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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888082101 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. V Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. Prohibition and the Church. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 2d, d888. NO. 55 S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Ml'. VE3R2COX, Iv V, Office next door to Whitehead's Drug "?tore. Special attention given to diseases of children tf. ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. , LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. ItlHNifuto nay tlmt tho M.'tl.odist Ohuroli, South, In wilitl, not only for torn IR.nnuv, but for prohibition. Wo jlo men of the the men of cool heads, whose church, judgment la too ound to be warped and misled by something that under the guise of reform conceals great dangers, ure solid against any third party movement. The Methodist Church, South, hasalwavH refused as a church to take part In politics, and one element of her strength Iiiin been that amid the wildest utornm of political excitement, her pulpit has hounded out a pui o gospel unmixed with party politics. It is no time now to surrender this crow ning glory of past history. What the world wants und expects from the church is a pine gospel. What it demands is that she be commission, and true to her leave iMilitlcul ipiestions to political par-ti(Jod-glvcn c. -.- K0()(N tIhiiiiimoii AMHCInrie nn . HelllnK notimiiiitbntltiHHoli.lfortho Mm !.... tlm v........... " flllioirs HU" iiarfK !'? bollevo that the thoughtful l'l' l'. - Tim. w, u, ,my ,, limr ill) thNwuntvtblHmwon yuarri. t.om tliiin for iiiiinv ,.., , . Klux mill typhoid feviT nro uplilfin-i- c in mill around tjiiiiil, in the wcntorn Nirtiou of this county. t, - .1 t roturucil from the iu town. nowt'st mid host Htm-n-- nth. III)?-!i'- Thompson V .McKinzii-- . '- -'t Prohibition is a great moral question comes legitimately within the sphere of her work, ami the pulpit has given no uncertain sound on this Hut when political hucksters seize upon this vitul ipiestlon as a stepping-bton- e to otllce, when political parties to their advance their own ends sugsr-coa- t objectionable tenets with prohibition, when the etlort is made to smuggle in woman's suH'rago and other evils, under the covering of prohibition, and when uianv zealous, good men aiu misled into the belief that they are bound to stand bveerything that pmfcsjo'S a worthy aim, It Is time for the religious press to speak out and we write mis to warn the brethren of the ministry to lmware of olitical entanglements and to let all third party movements alone. Then are several reasons for this advice. Iu the lirst place, to weld prohibition on to home political measure and to identify it with any Mirty is the surest way to defeat it Men have learned, like the Trojans of old, to "fear the Greeks, even bearing u'ifts." The men who vote an rs too accustomed to the tricks of to be hiiinbiigged by their loud professions of zeal for temperance. And just so long as prohibition listens to the wooing of Kilitical aspirants ami consents to wedlock with ihtical parties, so which olllce-neeke- iies-tio- n. long will it fail. Put another ami licttcr reason is that the gissl results accomplished by prohibition are more than counterbalanced by the evils that will result from converting the pulpit into hustings and the church of luxl into a Hilitical party. The church has a higher mission in tills world than the discussion of political issues. She stands related to universal humanity and must keep herself where she can reach nil parties and bless all classes. It is hers to move on u higher plane than jk Ittical partisanship, and to snthc, not stir, the wild passions of men. We set it down as a tlxed principle that no minister can identify himself ollicially with any political party or issue without nu rillcing his usefulness jn- -t iu proportion to ins political zeaH tuf course as a fit lie lias a right to hold ami express political opinions at the poK.i and elsewhere. The less acthe he N, as n man mi rely, iu politics, the better for his ministry. Hut when he identities himself ollicially with any H)llticaIly paity or measure, when he ust. bis pulpit to promulgate the gospel of party politics, lie degrades his ministry anil breaks down his usefulness. That a strong pressure should be brought to licarupou liim to this end, is natural and to he expiated. Hut with the good of the church, the glory of tiod and the elevation of the nice at heart, we earnestly exhoit the brethren not to be beguiled by ii. Stick to your business mid let political aspirants climb into olllce by somo other means, rather than on the ruins of your 1'ven prohibition may lie usefulness. bought at too high a price, if it costs the usefulness of the ministry and the puii-tof the church. Christ said: "My kingdom is not of this world." Simply because a party platform has some good iu it, it is no reason why yr.ti should mvallow it, if it is combined with great evils. Stick to tho gospel, brethren, and let politics and parties alone. Of course, there are cranks w ho, unless you indorse all their vagaries, w ill charge you with" being a foe to temperance. There have always been cranks and always will be. .Hut, unless you have sense enough not to be frightened into a tiling by their howl, you had best retire now, for ho who attempts to satisfy the demands of all tho cranks iu tho world has certainly shouldered a larger contract than ho can till. Many men besides Pilate have been frightened from their convictions by the cry: "If thou let this man go thou art tint fVn!ir'n friend." As citizens, bnwnrii of third party movements. As minis- tors, keep politics out of the pulpit nnd preach the gospel, for it, not prohibition most easily taken, and the most effective platforms, is thu "power of God unto remedy known to Cleanse tho Systom Alabama Christian Advo- - when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Head Halvation." ' cate. aches. Colds, ana hovers j lo uure iiami. J Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. -A- dolph Harmon, of Long Ditiucli, . . ... i tn mi t.i ,nti,.i J Manufactured only by the California Fig car-load Oil-bel- y Mi. Niuld, by ri'iiiioht of the triirh c sou. i'rn, di'iivt'r.'d a lirturv at tho It. M. Ware, of Cincinnati, spcntSun-da- y Thurwlny niitlit. All were duliht-L'iu Ijtncastor. Mcssm. Currey, Denwith bur nddrt'i". The ti'iii'liers' institute wan in ttcMhlnn ny ami Farra have returned from WashhiTo last wci-k- . ti'iiclieiH ington. Misses George Barnes and Lena utv in attendance. The exercise were conducted bv Prof, Klliott, of Kirku-vitl- Hiight were visiting Mrs. C. J. Doty last Friday. Mr. John S.uuliier, who has Mm. Mary Albrilit and Mlw Kevill been ill a month with feer, is convalCarson, of Hrodhead, wertj here Thurs- escent. Mr. Woodford G. Duulap, of this day. Miss Mattie W'illianm liiw returned (mm the Richmond fair. Cal Mill place, has announced himself a candilim, John I.untz nnd It. H. Smith, Lily, date for Congress iu this district, on the and S. 11. McClure, Livingston, and C. republican ticket, opposing Hon. J. H. .S. Nield, (irayx, were iu town Sunday. McCreary. farmJohn M. Palmer, a Mrn. L. S. Jones is Iiucaster. JuiiifM Houk, reported so low on Hick er of this county, ami a very cleer gentleman, uiiide an assignment to John M. list, is able to walk around. while returning Iliggiuhothnin last week. Assets in exWallace with his wiiuoii from Hriili Creek sta- cess of liabilities. The young folks of iinnister had a tion last Thursday ecnln, was llred r party by moonlight ii)on from the roadside by unknown delightful parties.' Foui balls entered his body; iu the yard of the old Franklin Institute thiee struck him in the back and one in Friday night. Refreshments weie servthe breast. It was thought at the time ed by Mr. A. Schilling. W. A. Hughes reports that on Sunthat the wounds were fatal, but he was alive ami netting on fairly Siitimliiyf veil- day the lightning struck a large poplar ing. It will be remembered that near his house, splitting it iu twain from is the man who killed (iniuville.Vd-aiii- s top to bottom, killing three fox squirrels near Itrmli Creek last .January, over and iiivery large raccoon. an alleged Intimacy between Laswell's Miss Annie Love Wherritt, of Covwife and Adams. A regular war existed ington, is visiting at John K. Mormcs'. iu that iieihboihotsl for two mouths af- Misses Louauii James, of Crab Orchard, terwards lift ween tho Laswell and Ad- ami Miss Lena Miller, of New Haven, ams factions, in which a man named Ky., weie visiting Mrs. A. II. Hice last Simmons lnt his life and a number of w eek. oilier persons more or less dangerously It commenced raining here hist Friwounded. .Minie oi the parties concern- day night and has kept it up with slight ed left the country nnd have not return- intermissions, until this morning and ed. Liswcll aftorwards surrendered and still it )Kiurs. More rain lias fallen than after lyin iu jail a mouth was pruutcd at any one time for a year past. The harlull. His trial is set for eptembercourt. vest is past, the corn is made, theground More soi ions trouble was expected after is wet enough to plow ami the fall gnirs Liswell was ambushed, but no further will lie splendid. Why should not hc developments are reported. No arrests. people rejoice? Henry A. Burilett, of this county, HUSTONVILLE. has a dog which is extremely valuable. Mr. I'riah Dunn left Monday with a He has a crop of n acres of tobacco and of hoises for the South Carolina the dog has made a regular hand iu the patch. He "worms" the tobacco and maiket. Thomas Cecil has returned from a sucks the eggs laid by the My. He is in visit to several of thcKatern cities some- the Held early in the morning and never what astonisbed at the magnitude of our leaves it until the sun goesjdown in the great Republic. Mr. Hurdett vouches for the west. Messrs. Sautley, Warren and Denny truth of this and invites all skeptics to were here Saturday and expatiated at call at his house and see for themselves. considerable length on the vexed quesAs it seems to be doubtful whether tion of the Uiritl'. we are to get the Louisville Southern or We have had line rains, beginning not, it lias been suggested that the counFriday night ami continuing witli slight ty buy all the turnpikes of the county intermissions until Monday morning, and throw open the This when this writing closi'd. would not only be of great advantage to The Teachers' Institute is in session the town, but to the whole county. The this week, tui'l we would be glad to see toll now charged is enormous and is a as many as can conveniently come drop heavy tax upon the farmer, who have iu and give iistlieeiicourageinent of their anything to haul to the depots. I am presence. We hope to have a meeting told that this has been tried in Ohio and ofsomegener.il as well as professional found to work admirably. Suppose our interest. people take the matter under consideraFriday was a busy and eventful day tion. among "the Nation's wards" iu this loDANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. cality. A mystic brotherhood swarmed Mr. A. M. King and Mrs. John W. around their hall. A grand procession paraded the streets witli band and ban- Yerkes, ill for some time with typhoid ners anil mysterious blazonry. Of course fever, continue to improve. Mr. Win. McKeo, who has been livthe base bailers with bats and boasting and licensed nakedness weie every w here. ing at Orlando, Fla., several years, is A picnic in the woods was followed by a here on a visit to the family of his f.itli-- j ball contest between the Stanford and er, Kev. J. L. McKee, I). 1). J. It. Jenkins and Louisa Thuiinond llustoiiMlle nines, in which, we are ashamed to confess, the latter Millered obtained iiiairiago license on the 15th an ingloiious defeat. At night a "festi-bul- " inst. The tlrst document issued by since the otli day of July, was spread at the negro headquaro'clock A gentle rain began about ters and a dance of considerable dimensions was cart icd out at Yow ell's Hall, Saturday night and if it ceased 10 minutes until 1 o'clock Monday! moi ning, the just opposite. Tile music was from Cieek and was certainly got oil by writer did not observe the "cease." .Mr. Karnes' meetings at tho court' independent peiformets. Their repertoire did not seem to be very volumin- house continue witli large congregations ous, but their selections were singularly iu attendaudance. Col. W. G. Welch happy. "MArehing thro' Georgia" gave and wife, Mr. H. C. Warren and wifo. cadence to a vast variety of steps in tho were here Sunday. John Sims, tho colored man cut by procession. The call to the festival was the animating strains of "Come ye Dis- Jason Hlackerty, is going about again consolate" and the ball was opened with iiml will soon be well. He says ho bears the pious invocation, "Nearer Mv God no malice toward Hlackerty, as both to Thee." were drunk and wore engaged in a dm likThe New York State Democratic en, scullle when tho cutConvention will bo held at Huilalo Sept. ting occurred. 12th. s s James Tipton, a native of Laurel An Elegant Substitute county, but who came to this county last For oil), salts, pills, and all kinds of bitter, November, has neon iu a bad way for a nauseous medicines, it tho very agrocablo week or two. Ho has a family of a wife liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. and nine children dependent upon him, by leading Physicians. Manuand a large lot of melons he put in last factured only by tho California Fig Syrup spring meeting witli poor sale, has so Company, San Francisco, Cal. wrought upon as to throw him into brain A. H. Fenny, Stnnford. fever. He lias been so wild as to require For sale by a guard to watcli over him for a number '"P of FigB of days past. Dr. D. C. Tucker, his phyIs Nature's own truo laxative. It is tba sician, reports him much better court-hoiiHd Fifty-thit'- o e. ny Circuit Court convenes hero Monday, his honor, Judge Morrow, presiding. Miss Maggie Miller has returned from a loun' and pleasant visit to Little Hock, Ark. There ate enough watermelons iu Gin rani county to supply the State of .Kentucky and the quality is excellent. Humphrey Hudson sold no head hogs for .i cents and "ill acres of corn for ;?l.."u per barrel iu thu Held, to Lin Hud- to-da- HrviHaJHsljHTV'Hs COL. E. POLK JOHNSON. ' Cough iacdli'iiii'3, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Is in greater demand than over. No preparation for Throat and Lung Troubles is so prompt in Its offects, so agrecablo to tho tutu, and so widely known as till. It Is tho family medicine in thousands ut households. " I liavo MiilTercil for yrari from a bronchial trouble that, whenever I talio cold or am exposed to inclement weather, shows Itself by a very annoying tickling sensation in tho throat and by dilliculty In breathing. I liavo tried a great many remedies, tint none doe so well as Ayer's Cherry I'octornl which rtlwavs gives prompt relief in returns of my old coin plai lit.'' Ernest A. Ileplor, Inspector of Public Koads, ParisUTor ru Ilonno, La. " I consider Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a most important remedy n, Best of All WOOD WALLACE, THE GERTS' FURNISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. . 1 he fashions of the day in the Gents' Furnish, ingline will always be found In my store. I am agent lor the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the best Laundry in the world. NEWCOMB HOTEL. We are indebted to Mr. 1'iey Wood-soof the Owensboro Messenger, for the use of the above, which is a decided improvement on the cuts we have heretofore printed of the managing editor of I have tested its curative power, In my family, many times durlnp; the past thlrtv years, and liavo never known it to fall. It will relieve tho most serious For Home Use. MT. VERNON, KY. This old and well-knoHotelis still maintaining lis fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. At. P. NEWCOMB, Prop., Si-t- well-to-d- o leap-yea- Lis-we- ll tho and the President of the K. P. A. In his sketch of Col. Johnson, Mr. Woodson says of his duties as managing editor of the Theyuro probably the inot confining nnd exacting of any newspaper man's work iu the State. From 7 iu the evening till 4 in the morning lie is constantly at his desk, seven days in the week. He is responsible to his chief for every line that goes into that great newspaper, and lias to closely scan much of the manuscript and s all of the of the vast quantity of matter that goes to make up each edition, to guard against infractions of the policy of the otlice. In addition to this lie inut be posted as to the events of the day, happening or likely to happen, the world over, and give directions accordingly to stall' writers and telegraph correspondents everywhere for reports. His mind must also be always fresh and inventive for new features to make the paper attractive in dull news seasons. Iu lively times the features suggest themselves. Notwithstanding the great strain on the managing editor's mind and it is the same with every managing editor lie does not become morose, peevish nnd uncivil, as human nature thus taxed is pione to do, but is ever full of life and humor, having a pleasant word, or a good natured bit of raillery for all witli wlmni he conies in contact, much of which crops out of the "News and Comment" column in the the most popular feature of that paper. Courier-JournCourier-Journal: proof-sheet- affections of tho throat and luns, whether In children or adults." Mrs. E. Q. LMgerly, Council BlufTu, Iowa. "Twenty years nco I was troubled with a disease of the luncs. Docton afforded mo no relief and con.dderod my case hopeless. I then began to use Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and, before I hod finished ono bottle, found relief. I continued to take this medicine until a euro was effected. I believe that Ayer's Cherry Pectoral saved my life." Samuel Griggs, Waukegan, III. "Six years ago I contracted a severe cold which Bottled on ray lungs nnd soon dovoloped all tho alonnlng symptoms of Consumption. I had a cough, night sweats, bleeding of tho lungs, pains In chest and sides, and was so prostrated as to bo confined to my bed most of tho time. After trying various prescriptions, without benefit, my physician finally determined to glvo mo Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I took it. and tho effect was magical. I seemed to rally from the first dose of this medicine, and, after using only threo bottles, am as well nnd sound as ever." Iloduey Johnson, Springfield, 111. Ml. Vernon, Ky. LOUIS SOHLEGEL, PHOTOGRAPHER, RICHMOND ICY. Photographs in all styles and sues. Pictures in India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. New designs in Frames and Mats at very low.pnces. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. F.ILEY, PROPRIETOR. First-clas- s Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. Pare and Reasonable Prices, Day and night Trains are met by Polite PortersJot this Popular House. io;-t- f. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, raEPAnr.D by Dr. J. C. Aycr U Co., Lowell, Mass. eli bottlci, $1. SoU by all Dratfstiu. l'rlcu givery, $eed and S.rte (Stable, Courier-Journal- 's ice, ice, ice I will Account muit be paid at the close of each week or when ctittomer quits R F.. HARROW. 3y At Two Cent Per Pound ! deliver to regular customer in Stanford and wcinity eery morning W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, i K" Good turnouts and saddle horses always for hire on reasonable terms London Is the most convenient point on the railroad to reach places in the in the mountain section of the State. to Mountain Lands ! MYJGBS have a store room to rent for a furniture and undertaking, hardware or tinner's ntahlishment. For further Informa-matioTheeare i;ood for 4od C W MK1CALF write to IUrtiourtille, Ky. 33 J61OT1EJL, Courier-Journa- l, hae 400 acres, more or lots, of Mountain, Coal and Timber I.ahds that I will .ell at a bargain. I I n, STANFORD, KY., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. well-kno- toll-gate- s. i Republican Congressional Convention. Lanc astijii, Aug. 17. A convention of the republicans of the Sth Congressional district will be held at Danville, Ky., on Saturday, the Sth day of September, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Congress iu said district. The members of the various committees will at once give proper notice of meetings to be held in their respective counties, to select delegates to attend said convention. The b:i-- is of representation will be one vote for each 100 votes and a fraction over no cast for Hon. W. O. Hradley for W. J. Laxiuiam. governor iu 1S.S7. Ch'm. Sth Cong. Dist. This old and Hotel still maintains its high reputation, and its Proprietor is determin. ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to his Guests, ilaggage conveyed to and McKIXNKV, KY. from depot free of charge' Special accommodaFor Drug. Medicines, the famous Sirup ot Figs tions to Commercial Travelers. nnd to get vour prescriptions promptly and corour Staple rectly tilled at .ill hours, and to Ki--t . R. OASIS. J, II. HILTOs:. flroceries, fine Clears, Toilet Articles, Sc , go to I.oul ,t Co., McKiiiney Or J. A WILLIAMS will attend to ourdru department; also attend to the wants of thu sick, nijtht or day, in town or 30 countrj UEAI ERS I.N LOITID &d CO., mrroar & d attxs General Merchandise, ROWLAND, KV., NICE FARM FOR SALE. IInln;lnitht a farm in Washington county, I wish to sell the on which I now reside in Lincoln countv, at Rowland, iyt miles from Stanford, Contain Ins: xo8 Acres K. S. M HT1W stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Mats. Cans, Hoots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Xotlons and Family Groceries. Also dealers in Coal. Country produce taken in exchange for goods at highest price. Come one, come ! all, and learn themarket advantages in trade. It lies on hoth sides of tne Crab Orchard pike and can be ditided to suit purchasers. It is under 1871. 1888. good fence, well watered nnd in good repair H. X. WW HE, Kott'.md Ky. 45 m Hasejust opened a new Lebanon Planing Mill, tf Dkodiiead, JNO M. I'KRKINS Kv., Mav, 1SJ7. W fROYALrSKWJ A Albr.ght it Martin be- - t inform their manj friends and customers of the change in firm name MARTIN & PERKINS, yS5w-KH3HH- ' out-cler- 1 1 j ts H The new firm hopes not only to sustain the reputation of the old, but intends to make many improvements in the minufacture of tobacco nlurh will be to the interest of our customers. We will devote special attention to our Natural Leal brands of KentucL)'s best leaf. Thanking ou forpat favors and asking for a continuation 01 A OFFU IT, Proprietor,. - LEDAXOX, KV. your traue, we remain, Kespectiiiuyjours. MARTINA-1'KHKINS- . Doors, Sash, illlnds. Frames, Casing, llase Moldings Mantles, Brackets, Cornices, Stairs, Xevvels, Balusters, Verandas, Store Fronts, Shelving, Counters, I'loorMg, Siding, Shingles, Laths, Rough and Dressed Lumber, Send for prices before buying elsewhere. THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. POWDER I ) THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES NOTICE ! TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill tin the tow u of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal in iuahty of Hour, we think the aniens ot the county should have county pride enough to patroniie and sustain the ime U'e wish to inform whom it may concern that we are in the mirket to buy your wheat and corn and will give the highest market price for same. We have added some new machinery to our corn meat department and can now make meal to suit any person, It cannot be equalled by any other mill in this vicinity We solicit a trial in our Hour and meal department. All having grain in our line for sale will pie ise call at the Mill, where our agent will be found at all times, who will give the best prices for same. Bran and shipstutT always in stock. W. X. POTTS. Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co 351 tf Absolutely Pure. Thu powder never variei. A S2.50 TO $4 ING TO PER DAY. ACCORD- rooms: good-hiunoie- d man el ol punt) Xrengtli and uhle umeues More lonuiuiul RUSSIAN 11ATHS IN HOTEL. than the ordinary kiivli, and cannot be sold in TURKISH competition with the multitude of low test, thort Sold only In weight alum or photphate powder cant, Kiival. IIM.INR I'omdkk Co., Lincoln, To the Farmers of 106 Wall Street, New York. West to-da- ' j ' Syrup Company, San Francisco. Cal. hiw 'failing in which ho shot and killed V sale by A. U. Penny, Stnnford. his wife and then himself. Setli Green, the'famous pisciculturist, is living at his home in Rochester, N. Y. Kev. G. W. Kolling, pastor of the Kaptist church here, was chosen assistant moderator of tho Stato Colored Kaptist Association, in session at Shelby ' ville. Having been authorized bv Mr C C VanArs. dale, iironriitor of Hustonville Roller Mills, as hi. ageut for the purchase of u hent in this section of I it llnck Yard and now have iS ooo THE FLORENCE I call witn confidence on my old ana bncV. read)-fo- r tale, or I will take contract to country,of the fanning public to see mc beforetrlca enfriends huild them In walU keen mv freth meat now gaging their crops elsewhere. Having been in lar andean furnish Shoat, lleef the trade about twenty ears, I am familiar with in VanArsdale'ice W F KAJISKY and Muttou ut all time the business. I feel warranted, therefore, in the declaration that I will ho able to facilitate the I have bought the right to sell the Florence transfer ot your crops to the advantage of all conWashing Machine and am now prepared to furnish j3 cerned J II. ORKKN. all who may wjsh to save their clothes from the rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of washing. Take one and try it and be convinced. I'll not worry you about buying unless you are fully satisfied 11. to Its merits. The undersigned have purchased the Klorence I'e)ton F.mhrec, a resident of Stanford, Ky , Washing machine and a thorough the OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. died onestate4th day uf May, 1333, leaving consid- take pleasure In adding after testimony to itstrial, we our worth, distribution union); his heirs. The for erable decedent had three sisters, Klizabeth, Mary and and without hesitation pronounce it a success In every particular, doing all that is claimed for it: Dolly, who left this county about the e.tr lSi Wm Daugherty, J. W. Wallace, Dr. Bourne, Fine llra and Strinj Hand In Attend met) from F.lizabclh and Mary when last heard of were in this State and In that portion known as Mrs S. P. Salter. A. C. Sine, till Perkins, Lewis Rate greatly reduced July tit to September tt. " Dolly when last heard of was a Dudderar, J. K. Lynn, L. I., Dawson, C Vanoy, ' 'I he l'urch.ise wV a id upward $2 per day and $10 per resident of Kansas. Any person having any In- Mrs. Amanda Peak, George Peyton, Alex Holti-claC. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, K. THOMAS NHWMAN, Manager ; formation as to the present residence of the above named parties or their heirs, will plcale write lo K. Harrow, A. M. Keland and many others. J AS. C. KING, llenldent Supt. J M.F. ELK1N. tne at Stanford, Lincoln countv Ky. D. II. KDMtSTON, Clerk. Ueadquatters at S. S. Myers' store. j, JOHX M. "HAIL, Kxecutor. 47 1 buzce: yabd i Casey and Elsewhere. WASHING MACHINE CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS Crab Orchard, Ky. HEIRS WANTED. liv-In- it 1 .) The Institute. Maiio.vk is whihtlini to keep his courTho Teachers Institute convened at age up. He tolls the National commit tee that Viiginia will go republican by Oi.'lOtA. m. yesterday. The conductor, Prof. Hacklcttc, had not arrived at time 20,(XX, the lying old summer coon. Stanfohd, Ky., August 21, 1888 of noon recess. After opening exeiciscs NEWS CONDENSED. Courier-Journa- l, the Institute was organized by tho elecII. James foil headforemost into his tion of Miss Kate Boglo secretary and V. Mr. K. L. Tanner as assistant seretary. spring in Mercer and was drowned. Tho mil appended gives tho names of It is stated that Joseph Pulitzer is two-cen- t morning p.ipir more than !iO present in the forenoon: Woman in hur natural sphere Is Ci oil's about to start a .Misses Fannie Wiight, Mittie Crow-Katt nml most sarred nift to man, but in Washington. -ATBogle, Ora Gooeh, Alice Stuart, when she descends from that sphere, George Thomas, a negro miner at little, lower than the mi and Lydia Lewis, Katie Wright, K. L. Kan-tie- r, which is but n Greenwood, was shot from ambush W. II. Mitchem, Mollle Waie, Mat Bel's, hell itself could not fumih her mortally wounded. tie Collier, Bettie Carpenter, Ida Pettus d counterpart. The woman "Buggy" Hum, Talbott Tinsley, who lived near Hap Sarah Green, Maggie Lewis M. B. Gorin- who was the cause of the murder of the py Hollow in Pulaski county, was drag lev, Anna Perkins, Klltt Douglass, Hva Uennick, Mrs. II. L. Bradlev, Mrs. S. two policemen in Louisville last week, is ged to death by a mule. Steger,Mrs. Maiv Grilliii. Mm. M. F. Cincinnati has had a dynamite scare. Dennv, Messrs. W. F. McClarv, A.J. but a fair example of the fallen angel. Born of good parents, she received all In the scrap pile of an iron works 17 gen- D.iughertv, J. T. Huberts S. D." Gooeh, C. M. Young, W. C. Wolford, T. S. uine bombs were found. the accomplishments they could bestow J. B. Walls, J. M. Cook, 1). S. Hille, In a light between whites and neupon her, grew to beautiful womanhood X. W. Hughes , 14 of tho latter groes at Xew i., and married n worthy young man. The Prof, llaeklett did not arrive on the afand two of tho former were killed. fatal gift of beauty was hers and she took ternoon train, but is en route. Prof. Pit. Woods, of the Frankfoit Capital, Twenty-fou- r wholesale liquor deal-er- a Yates was on hand and very ably filled delight in displaying her charms to oth suggests that while prayer may be very The following of St, Louis have formed a corpora- his place Yesterday. er men than her husband. Scandal soon good for boils, shoemaker s wax is equalteachers came in the afternoon: attached to her name and the man she ly as reliable, especially when the form- tion to build a gigantic distillery in opK. A. Singletowii, J. A. Chappell, O. position to the whisky trust. had promised to forsake all others for A. Gentrv, V. A.Collier, Miss A. Single- er is put up by a wicked and perverse catching here in a compromisingattitude Property owners who were burned ton, David Proctor, Miss Kiniuii lloilils, individual who is unfamiliar with the one night on his sudden return home, out bv the great lire at Chattanooga, S. W. Hobinson, Mrs. Ida Philip. Mis approach to the throne of grace. The .Mis A. Ooocli, .1. killed the man who had been ensnared decided to build a solid rearl l'liillps,G. singleton, Miss Graves W. F. Niles. M. K. troublo with us is not boils, 0! sapient Tenn., have to his death. The husband was acquitblock which will cost SIoO.OW). Pettus W. I). Drye, Misses Lily mid Vir-gi- e physician, carbuncles mean, malignant, White. ted but the slaying of his fellowman measly Thousands of fools paid 50 cts. each carbuncles, is the trouble. Send ' made him a wreck and a wanderer upon us a remedy for them and do it p. d. q., to go on the steamer New York, that LITERARY EXTRACTS. d Jim Blaine home, nnd look the face of the earth, while his wife sank for in the language of the Psalmist, the A f nrr.T of yellow paper placed on tiu that he occupied. from bad to worse and drifting to Louisinto the state-rootortues of hell have gat hold upon us. over James W. Crain, the man who had walleyes tho desk Is aaud to uflord res t to ville, became one of the lowest of the the of writers. brutal prostitutes who haunt LaFayette On the first page of this issue will be the strongest liquor law passed for Klein Tnr.ur. said to bo a populnr ihmo novel-1s- t who hurt killed one million Indians in street. The hearts she has made to found an admirable article on the church ingcounty is himself underindictinent for bleed, the familiesshe has made to stiller and the third party movement from a violating it by selling certain bitters that hi stories. TwBTT-rivr- . years Hgo only fifteen womand the souls that she has sent to hell leading Southern church paper, which are only red led liquor in disguise. .Molasses-- Suur-an- d Ilour-Har-re- ls en were employed in tho whole country us A collision occurred off Sable Island editors. Now two hundred till she we commend to tho earnest perusal of can never be fully enumerated llnd employ, R. stands up for final sentence in the court our readers. It seems to so fully cover August II, at 4 o clock in the morning, nient in New York alone. Tim first volume of tho Gre.itVoor-reapoudencfrom which there is no appeal. She is the question that comment is unnecessa- between the Geiser and the Thingvalla. wilted Count Tolstoi, urn in jail now, charged with being acceKso-r- y ry. Preachers should heed tho note of The Geiser sank in live minutes after tains 1.0U) pages midbyM! letter, and docu of the two policemen warning and not degrade their sacred the collision and 105 persons were ments referring to the to the murder between 1(1 and 1701. and let us hope that her criminal career professions by dabbling in politics, while drowned. Upw.um . f twenty thousand letters ot CKEAiM L. T. Foreman was sentenced a quaris at last at an end. people can tint! food tho piiest-riddc- n Peter tho (treat have leen gathered from for solid rellection which may benefit ter of a century ago to six years in the all parts of Kurope. and aro to bo published Tnn awful tragedy in Louisville where- them and the cause they profess. penitentiary for stealing a horso in Kails In teu largo volumes. They aro to bo edited H,. killed two poin a miserable county, Mo. He escaped before incar- by Count Tolstoi. licemen who tried to arrest him for beatMil. Gladstovc received an honorarium Tin: national surplus is a constant ceration and has just been captured at of 1(V) guineas for tho manuscript of his lust ing his woman, makes one almost wish menace and incentive to extravagance. Hannibal, Mo. from un American uiHgiuiuo. Tho - A I the double murderer could suffer at the Pension bills are now pending in Con A dispatcli from Orlando, Flu., says: sago of Hawnnleu has got higher pay from hands of an outraged people the justice gress that call for an oxiKMiditure of two There is not a case of yellow fever here, American authors than any other writer. that the courts will be months in meting, and a half billions; public building bills and there never has been. The city was M. Gucvr, Into President of France, is if the scoundrel does not finally escape Kill for 150,000,000; fortifications and never cleaner or healthier than at pres- busily engaged hi writing his memoirs covtho leading under some such technicality as the ships demand f"0,000,000, while the riv- ent. A strict quarantine is" being main- ering IMS to 1SSI. events iu French history from H is said that a publisher A I omission of the word "feloniously" or er and harbor bill juM. become n law tained against infected points. is already negotiating for their simultaneT. R. WALTON'S. ous publication iu London nud New York. other as flimsey pretext for reversal as rakes out a cool $:,000,000. Down with Dave and Albert Lewis, aged 14 and Tut largest publication In the United are fconietlines mndo. Wo have never the war tariifanil its consequent wring 10 years, who murdered a young lady States Is tho monthly volume, big ns un advocated mob law, tho Lebanon Stand ing of millions, needlessly, from the peo- - and their cousin, Henry Lewis, in MorNICE CALIFORNIA 'CANNED FRUITS dictionary, iu which tho patent M - ard to tho contrary, but there are cases ,,it for iuch month nro described Kvery largo gan county a short time ago, were iu T. R. WALTON'S. ot such outrageous nevus twit notinng Sterling and lodged in library nnd the country receive; these by it is by searching them, aided JcmiE DritiiAM thinks that the .Senate brought to Mt. of deal"but the most summary methods no secure place in Mor- an index, that one learns what hus been being will delay the tarill bill as long as possi- jail, there ing condign punishment seem to be apfrom tho dime hi this country iu any given lino of In& democratic mem- gan county to protect them so a? to keep the vention. plicable. The slow process of the law ble, AI mob, who have threatened to lynch bers at Washington nnd prevent n disA WCiLTIIV young man of Chicago usplr amounts almost to aggravation in such T. R. WALTON'S them. ing to authorship a Miort time hIiico sent n instances and Judge Lynch is in a meas- cussion of the question at home till late The President lliW commuted the manuscript to an I'ustcrn nucailno w.tli u in tho fall. Then they will endeavor to ilOO check uttacued for tho purjw.o of Inure excusable for taking a hand. frighten the labor vote by misrepresen- santencu dismissing the cadets convicted suring Its publication. Tho sumo was reof hazing to 150 days' confinement on a turned with tho following note: " Dear sir: Tm: terrible disaster at ea, mentioned tations about free trade. Korlhis reason Ftfly-unAirc f I anil, itiwiil)-i, with of Wo regret exceedingly being cotncllcd to tmitll huutc n it, 4 nulci I'll C mb Onhard I'lie in our news note, Is enough to make the judge very wisely advices the demo- war vessel, with each to be deprived return the inclosed M.SS..but wo uro prompt Ho takes furlough. 1 iK W.W.ION Term.;.) the blood run cold. Two ships heavily crats to inaugurate an early and as ag- half of his annual 5il to this notion by tho fear thut your occasion in doing so to read the young- ?hevlc is ns worthless us your story. Very souls, crash into each gressive campaign as passible. laden with human sters a sharp reprimand. Tho offense rcspeetfuUy ." other in a dense fog and in five minutes So mtti.i: Is known of the personal or McCiiimkv added further laurels consisted mainly in making the new caGov. one of them goes down and with her 105 lll rnit the liuu.e at If ab tc i nnt told paper for prlvato history of Molicro that uny detail rraitoiiatle figure T K WAITli.V persons meet a watery grave. They were to his fame in the House Saturday by a dets stand up and chew toilet now discovered uttrocu attention In French returning to telling speech on the Chinese question. their diversion. literary society. There has recently been mostly The Ixmisvillo Fall celebration prom- found at Kontulnublcjji a, contract of 8do the fatherland to see Jo veil ones and re- His arraignment of the republican parby ty on its disposition to Hood the country ises to be a big affair. Tho Industrial signedmuno Mollcre's father, Jean lVxpiellin cant upon the scenes, adventures, the tho so spelled. It Is dated May '.".), of China to parade occurs on tho 5th of September; 1K11 i when Molicro was a little over nino of life in the with the miserable rofu.-- e hardships and the successes the military ami civic Flambeau parade years of age), und It has to do with tho land of the free. As broad as is the At- compete with honest homo labor was lantic, it would seem that such a horror very strong and his speech will furnish on the 7th; Musical ami Floral jubillie supply of furniture for tho royal troops. Tun Manesso manuscript presented to might be averted. But fate willed oth- much campaign material on the tines- - 10th to 20th in the Imposition building; Illbliothcca Palatini!, at Heideberg, by tho tho procession of Flora on the l.tth and lato Emperor the erwise and so far as known no human tion. Prodcrick Is said to bo very 20th a magnificent spectacular pageant precious. It consists of lovo tong of tuo agency is to blame. It is said that the democratic national of the Satellites of Mtirctiry will out-ri- v fourteenth century, nud there uro TJt) pages Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboarda, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, committee will challenge the republicans of parchment, richly - nented, und al the New Orleans Mardi Gras. Maksiiam. 1'iki.I), of Chicago, the larg- for ' i jx)ct. 7,000 verses, a debate between Carlisle and Blaine. It was the best assortment we have over had, embracing over An Alabama farmer discharged two placed In tho Bihllothec Pohitlnu, ut Heiest merchant in the west, has declared say negroes who were working for him for a delberg, In 1C07, having bceu purchased his intention to vote for Cleveland, al- iarnsie is awining, nut it is sate to that such battle of the giants will not cause, and they swore to be avenged on from u Swiss baron of Holm-Saund was though ho has been a life long republitake place. Blaine's part in this cam taken by Picking their chances when he years' away undtho Prcnch during the thirty on the ground that President Clevhim. can, war, now, after the lupo of two paign will be entirely spectacular and it eland's administration in its policy on was absent they seized his centuries and u half, it has recovered. Different styles and prices. Our stock wouldn't do to have the tinsel and calciconsists largely of the better the tariff question is distinctly on the um lights son, and taking him to the woods emastaken from his figure. FOOD FOR FUN. grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for tho now scourthe conn-frside of the business inteiestsof culated him. Armed men aro "Dm you tell tho ladles I was not at He bays that there is no free trade A Grown v judge has decided that a ing the country for the fiends and death homo!" "Yes, ma'am." "And what did trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. at nil to bo apprehended from it, but wife can not legally open letters written in short order awaits them. thoy nay (" "They said, inu'um, us how It You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. that there is just that wise and moderate to her husband by another woman. This was terribly lucky." DRIPPING SPRINGS. reduction of the rate of duties which is is a mighty good law, and many of us " AVait till ray spurs grow out," sanp am, bitious young Shanghai, iw needed at this juncture and which must would like to see it applied in KenTwenty-liv- e persons whose time had head into a tomato can to ci-ap- ho ducked his tho perseIks had if the nation is to escape serious tucky, but neither the penitentiarv nor expired left Saturday. This (Monday) cutions of tho "ruler of tho roost." difficulties. MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. the gallows would deter thoaverago wife morning we have three vacant rooms. MiNisTRH "My dear brethren, in this from its infraction. On Wednesday several moie boarders warm, oppresHivo weather, I can excuse u The harmless pastimo ot putting up littlo drowsiness during my vcrniou, but I are to leave and those who are occupypresidential tickets continues. With 7 The Springfield, (Mu-s.- ,) Republican ing cottages will leave them. If you do wish you would try to keep uwako whllo tho collection Is being taken up." already in the field, the "American Par- gives excellent reasons for supporting He was "It isn't ty," after a row and a rumpus, succeed- Cleveland and Thtirinati, chief among want to come nnd keep house can get a lato yet, Is loath to go. ho asked, bo awfully It, I.auraf" uumously. cottage on Thursday. I furnish cooking ed in naming a ticket at Washington last which is this: "Tho republicans have "No, Oeorire," sho replied, "it's early. stoves and bedsteads. . Price per week Papa won't begin yelling ut tho hired girl now conies the National pitted a second-rat- e week, and man with an unjust D. G. Slauhhteii. to get up for moro than an hour yot," $5. Respectfully, Greenback party with a call for a con- policy, against a first-rat- e 'man with a "Do tou think I could mold public opinP. S. I have four guests this season vention at Cincinnati, Sept. 12, likewise just policy." MouldiiiKH, ion!" asked whoso bills will amount to over $700. a veteran in an aspirin young iwlitieian of Sauli, to nominate candidates. These little tho profession. "Porhups ou Bno A hem., of the Lebanon Knterprise, Pretty fair for "that little summer resort might," said tho othor; "somo of tho stories IIlindH, diverting and amusing. side shows nre Etcv you introduced In your seech seemed a litD. G. S. The real fight is between the democrats says ho is praying for us. If any editor in the hills." tlo moldy." A. C. and tho republicans with cheap necessi- is Abell to reach the throne of mercy in "I NEVEit can bo moro than u sister to DEATH'S DOINGS. his petitions, wo would think he could, ties against free luxuries and liquor the you," said u buxom widow, tenderly, to an and our early deliverance from the pes old bachelor who had proposed. issue. used madam, yes you can," ho rcs'iondcd, "Ah, galtiferous plaguo is therefore confidently f The wifo of V. L. Linney, who to bo a compositor in this oflice, died iu lantly, "I uin not a man to lose hoiw." Fleming county has the most iron expected. "Yes, but I can not," sho persisted. "But," .Shelby villo hist week of consumption. clad prohibition law ever adopted, even ho said, "you liuvo daughters ; you may yot Gen. Laxdium sends us a call for a Mr. .loo llastin, who lived nt the bo my mother-in-law.- " the giving of liquor being unlawful. The republican convention to noiiiiuatea canhomo M'liiml for Dm lillier of yminK women. Art. Mimic nud I.llcrnrv Pc. house just at tho further end of the bridge Tnr. venerablu wifo of a celebrated physiadvocates of the law had a druggist ar- didate forCongress in this , '?' district, which over Dix Hiver, on tho Lancaster pike, cian, o:to day oa Uin; her oyo out of tho 'VVI:. V;!'r. I'?.""!'. '?C .f.rt . r rested for selling on a physicians' pre- appears in this issue. Danville is imyui.tV vm.ii t ,ViMe fe &. Ttt-- .scd for cMniog'uo to ,'" from the died .Sunday of consumption, aged about window, observed hur husband in tho Judge Colo at n special scription, but ) AhSOCialu Principal., funeral procession of ono of his patients, ut 5: place and September Mb the day, but o5. Ho had been totally blind for over which Mio exclaimed : "I do wish my bus term of his court instructed the jury to the lamb for tho sacrifice can not yet bo 10 years. bind would Keep away from such p'roccs-sloaacquit, and they are very hot in tho col- named. it appears too much like a tailor carlar. CHURCH AFFAIRS. rying home his work." Hon.ui: Hays, n negro boy, was tried A Nintvofs und HoiiiDwhut exeltnblo dea The old sinner who edits the Coving- yesterday nnd held for stealing money con, after talking for Borne timo In u meetThu United States now has !M,-rton Commonwealth hesitates to pray for from Mr. ing (Jreenberry Urigbt. Mr. Geo. ministers, i:S,8S5 churches, 1H,71K),:W:J ono tit his church, llnully said: "And not us because he is in doubt as to whether Prigbt says tliut bo lias gotten tit or shall year's gain was l.oO.'i Noticing theJottlo of Ills word of his fall."o as iiiucli members. Last audl-cucsmiles on tho faces IRXCIEaiiMIO-bTXD- . we seek prayers for forgiveness or for as SU) in 2r2". comall. The last baul was a mark- preachers, (, I'M churches, and conscious of his blunder, ho atFull Fncult 7. TwclTd Ocpartincntii of Study. ITpnttlivliip.tinn i ,, . For tho latter, of coin-no- . recovery. tempted to mend matters by saying: "No, ed So bill, which was afterwards found municants, equal to n daily increase of . rvRlun . ItcUncd nnd hosidtablucuiiiiiiunlty. l.V Mudurntu 1 mean not ono tottio or jit." yourself loose now, old fellow, and see if on him. .V last kcihImii 235, from 20 .States. Nuxt oiioiirim is liii i5.:mi'i i.! 112 ministers, 17 churches and t,lLM) and "Mivma," suid a city girl, just returnfor once the prayers of tho wicked can ing from u visit to a Maryland farm, Thk Wcht Virginia democrats have members. avail. According to the statistics just pub- "you uro always tnlking about nice nominated Judgo A. U. Kloniming for Presbyterian church country milk and how much better Woman suffrage gets a back set in tho governor on a platform entirely iu ac- lished tho Southern nnd richer it Is than tho milk you Com t of Washington Territory. PI synods, OS piesbyteries, 1,1 3H get in tho city, but I think you uro misSupreme cord with our national declarations nnd has EIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS It is declared unconstitutional on tho are going into tho light with victory ministers, 7,110 ruling elders, o.'JL'S dea- taken." "I don't think lam," replied tho Sunmothor. "Well, I know you aro, for thoy A3neuHural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal School. Military cons, 1 0(1,1! l communicants, ground that the legislature exceeded its perched on their banners. to Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study day School teachers and 101,700 seholais. used ut water tho cows twlco a duy whllo I powers granted by Congress nml that was Aunt Ann's." Tho poor mother COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED The farmers are neversatiHiled. They During the llscal year just cloed it raisFREE .,Z. TUITION OF went the word "eitien" in tho organic act can and shed a few scalding r Tall term begin r Cnial,, i. Isss. are crying too much rain now. Umr. ""?' Information mMri-Ued $1,4(:),17S for all purposes. onlv mean a male citizen. JAlli:s li. I'll. I).. Iiv.lnwtqii. liniitilfki. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal P. WALTON. IVkaiii.y everybody feels adislro to see how the man looks about whom thoy have heard so long nnd after whom they have read so much, henco we present n pict ure of Col. K. Polk Johnson, the able managing editor of the which, while not doing the right royal old fellow justice, still givesa pretty good idea of him, especially of his cranium, which has no capillary substance upon its summit, at least none to brag of. The Colonel lavs the los of his "bar" to ear ly pictv, but constant work of a massive brain has had very much more to do with it, wo opine. His fort is not to writing alone. Ho is an unusually versatile man and withal carries a heart in his honest old bosom that is as tender and as true as a woman's. May his restoration to health be permanent and his days of usefulness be long upon the eaith. con-line- CI o thin G During the Remainder of i CUT PRICES Ilx-riii- THIS MONTH ONLY BMUOii & MPltWBIIJJMT , dead-heade- 1 Good and Clean for Sale Cheap. T. Walton. Pi-to- r ICE FREEZERS cut-thro- at T. WAXTOIT'S. ssy Extracts lor Ice Cream T. It. WALTON'S. ELEGANT GREEN TEA j, Fruit Jars Scaling Wax FOR SALE c FOR RENT 1 Danish-America- BUGGIES, CARRIAGES ! con-tabli- 1 bn y. GEO. D. WEAHEN-- MiiarG'R. STMFORD PMEING MILL CO. Flooring, Slcling, Celling, FluiNliiiig Lumber. HrackclK, Scroll Work, Frames, Doors, Veranda Work, SINE, Superintendent. Milison Female i'.': institute, ?" oSr hip-i-mla- RICHMOND, KY.. 3j 7 CENTRAL BISBVERQITV oxi-ii...hi-n- t It s .i,i... t......". STATE COLLEGE I KENTUCKY 'Ol 8 "'.N. "... t Semi-Week- H ly Interior Journal 13UH. Ci.otiii.wi loss than cost ntl). KlnW. (.Soon dinner with a change nt mer'n for a tpiurtcr. AiuiUT 1M0 Ziiu- - Xr.w stock of Oliver Chilled ami Imperial Steel PIowh at 11. lliggins'. . Ki.nnit Hai.uht will speak at IHghlantl next Saturday afternoon at !1 o'clock on . NEW A IVKUTISKMKNTs M. H.C.WAI.TON, ?TANFOM, KY., MnnQ(or J1, 1888 ImisIioN of for wile. .1. K. iikavy rain stoiinut :i o'clock yesNkv Millinery in great variuty at terday afternoon made, it so dark in this CM "J"1 "puUllahod Evory TuoBday and Friday. C(,"r,H tW- - !" " fcw lhx olllce that lamps had to he lighted, SCO it. A AT AUOUST Ilruoe. m white ryo seed prohibition. CH35W NEW FURNITURE STORE ! M A'UK IB( VWJF Mi A tV , .1 R DP., TOBACCONET. NOTICE! $:j PJCIt VKAH, IN A DVACJO a"Vhm nut so paid Don't let llrueo A:. opportunity pass you. tihOniOllt. $2,60 will he ehari;ed.t L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ...I J w Smith... ..i )ipm ... 1157pm spreis train " South ... North 117 am ... ..6 10 am Local Freight North 655 prn South. 1 he latter tram alo curry passengers. The above It calculated on standard lime. Solar tunc It about so minute falter. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 'I a 0 Mail train going North jlpin a All pernon having Kill ac minta with Mrs. Mil. J. It. Auonn bought of li. Ct. Alford a wi the St.infonl.uu! Attkmitkd HriciDK. Janii'H IJenson, Icrfcate keeperforward nnd fettle withKuttonvillc lot fronting on Hustonvillo street li.O pike, vrlll come her, as she Is Koinif to lean' thu mite uiuJ uanta In who lives on Adam . Carpenter's place, tilt? all feet for SIM. account biloru Itnvintf Ke.pectfully, shot himself three times Sunday, proJDII.N t LASH. Tin: II. A: O. F.xpiuss Ih the safest ami ducing wounds that will prove fatal. No 5S cIhniik'M. (Jive It a trial. A. T. Nun-nelle- cause is assigned, llu was just alive yesagent. terday. y, artistic sign now points the public clothing See their advor- - to the millinery of Courts Cox, In the e place of the old one that had done long beyond it time. A.v c ber-vic- ... a a FARM FOR SALE. rain leave Item land at 5 nam and j return nt 6 p ra and I 40 p in roam warranted. A. It. IVnny. Tin: best place to buy drugs, patent medicines and toilet articles Is at A. It. 1'ennv's. lkv your school books, Ink, tablet, napcr, pencils ami school supplies of all k'nilw from A. It. IVnny. truarantoc all watches ami every ar- . tii It of jewelry I hell to In; just as A. It! IVnny. 1 rcprc-suited- means'busikess. Vtuikh and jewelry rcpairutl ami tle up in full. I must have my business FOR MALES AND FEMALES. settled up by September 1st, ami all acMassTasWllasl "'last aasssssssWBFlataWasssfassssWfassssWassssBrissssssniassi mnF I BBBBBLalBBLaBlBa!fUaBfaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV BBBBBBBBBBBaSBBBBBBVliDBBBflBBBBl )bL Miss Hct.it: ltHr In with the Karneses '.Mat Next tc.iloii upens Aul'uH ;, ui3. Instruc1.. for the roun.l trip; tickets counts not paid by that time will be tion thorough, Including Latin, Greek, Cinnan, in ).tnille. good lo days. Price fioiu Lexington ami placed in the hands of an ollicer for col- French and Hoard per Week M 75 rr.iiM. I'kitov, of Kuoxvillc, is Winchester will be about i'J. lection. .1. P. Mavis. 'luitioiipcr Month J) oo to oo friends here. siting Instrumental Mulc per Month . .. 4 00 Dit. A. S. PiuiK, of Danville, has Draulni: nir Month a 00 A Tiuur elFtcted an ontrance Into Mr. Mm. I.. A. lltssiM., of Somerset, is 1'alntuiK cr Month 300 night and tap- - moved his dental odlce to Stanford Address .1. T. Harris' N I.I.I.ItnT. I'nncinal. MI1.T rriday lsiting relatives here. Kirksille, Ky and occupies the room lately vacated Mil. nm Owkni and Bowman have hwd the till to the amount of $.'1 or by Dr. V. P. Penny on Ijtncaster street, The clurk put the blinds up gone to Tennessee to visit her father. LAND FOR SALK. lie will bo ready for business on Monday Mat-ti- e ami the 'itunji took advantage of it. Miis. M. II. McAi.isTi:ii and MUs next, thu IMtli, and akh a share of your are at lted Sulphur Springs, V. Vn. Hank Stwk. It. II. Courtney, bank jmtronage. He comes well recommendloo ,ii res on the Suncmt and Crab OorLhard I.. A. 1'auiiis left yesterMil A.sn Mit. roid half Ky., has for ed and has the reputation of being an Kood waterway between the twit places. Well of er and broker, on the phce Half c cared and 30 day to visit his turcnts at Huchauan, Va. sale some First National Itauk, Stanford, acres in grats A vod cutlet for cattle, hojs excellent dentist. V (.. WAI.l.ACK, and sheep Ci:x. W.J. I. indium has acknowletlg-e- Ky. stock. Persons desiring to o Dabncy Ky. JJt to -' and Is now it Mexican war ON Co.siiDi:iiixo the heavy rain a fair will find it greatly to their inteiest crowd assembled at Hutonville Satur- him. It to write to i Mits. Hkn Si'Ai.mxo, who has iK't'ii vi day afternoon ami listened with much Wi: are rctpiestetl to state that the pro .ting at Col. T. P. Hill', returned yesl.aucn.tcr tr;et for all kinds interest to the promulgation of sound hibitionists of the Sth li.trict will hold a ' democratic doctrine by Judge Saulley, of I reh V.Ketables, Truils, Cilicllei, Ilutter and terday. I.jks, Fresh Cakm, KolK and tany (iroirici Miw. J. W. Sai.i.hi:, of Lincoln, h the convention here m Thnisdiiy, Septeni-- ' It. C. Warren and A. K. Dennv, each of of all kind. Also on this street we keep all kinds ofdrinkstli.il we arc allotted to keep . . Danville Ut nth. One of the leaders tells us that ,111U Kiut of Mrs. I. T. J I' HARRIS. 5; , , . ... h.r (. ongress ami .... ., wi" ) A.lvoonto. "P .1.1.. time. .I..., it wont be a ptea.-he, W.M. FmTKIi went to SomerM-to buy w, aiU t NEW BUTCHER SHOP. t t, 1. .. ... 1.. ..,.::.. !!.. 1 ,, , the refreshment privilege of the Fair, ft rvuvuvn; uv iwmi muv iwi in riuuiK, t m. t have optud a hutclur shup at Rowland in ' that's a fart, wl h were to In) sold yesterday. the Kirrill Storu liousc and am picpart'd to furnish tcmber. A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. tin! pub ic with nu kinds nt m.iats, full mid oys ,Imk,i: (', V. Mi:TtAi.r, of Harbour-illtTin: prohibitioniM don't fcoem to be i I continTnr:businessmanagerseemstobo"hog-gingallth- e lets in their season. As heretofore ue ruiinliif: my wapiti de turin; miat to my cuswas the guest of Thomas Metcalf, very strom; In Pulaski. In the race for ' persimmons" lately, if we tomers in Mat.furd and vicinity convention. sherlltyhcir en mute to the Wlnchtt.-te- r M F. ELKIN. got only n' votes, may use such an expression. He is in Mas. A.S. Miiititt, returning from while "the republican reiuived l,.M'u. irginia, is (.topping a few das with Twelve of the precinct-1- , ineltitliug Iho. almost daily receipt of something in the fruit line, ami yesterday Mrs. John DinMrs. Jaine Pax ton befoif going to MidOf Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by llallou's 'Cracker's Neck," didn't cast a widdle sent by Miss Minnie and Dave way. ing!u prohibition vole. The good broth- Allen a big box of the largest and most Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s Bakery, Restaurant and Mi:. V. M. O'IIhvxn has rented one of As xisrmnrs of amlcrd Knvin, dee'd, we is evidently needed in the el's elotjuoncc luscious peaches we ever saw. Kd'sa ell at his late residence on the Stanfcrd & Dan- California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand every'he Niius Iioum'S on Ijtncnster street laud of his birth. thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pics, Cakes and the Best of pretty good divider, so we wont kick be- - ville I'ike, midway tx'tw ceu the tun t'jwns, and moveil his family from Crab Or-Tiik heavy rains of the last few days cause he usurp tho editor's prerogative; ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1888, Candies, Fruits, Nut3, Etc., Etc. Moate served at any hour. Try hard. Mu I. II. (iivrst eiids ti cojiics of settles the corn crop in favor of thu faun- - but it is pretty sad for an old man to r their Ice Cream; it takes the Cake. We do our own work. Come 'I he (ollo inir p ronal property fal steers, 4 high grade and theie will be the largest yield ali.e that he is falling somewhat Seen and 3 Hater, Mo paper, which tell of the ti.e Satisfaction guaranteed. hellers, 5 high i;radc cowsund calves, 35 hih and buy at first hands. in this iectioii for years. Peace, ous desuetude, as it were. tf Urudehojs, 75 hifrh raile sheep, t pair aged storm which teceiitly visited R. ZIMMER, Respectfully, family nore, 3 jjenr-omarc iiiules, piosperity and plenty, coupled with the fine ones. fine jeafllnj; filly. that section. fine conblnpJ FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Wholesale and Retail. mare and colt, brood mare bnrouclin und Mn. JoF. .InviM has swapped places giandest triumph of the tvopleoerproharness, bu),rKy ami harness, nj;on snrinu; Pure hied Southdown buck lambs mid harness, vaion and harness, Mr. J. I). Swain, thu former coining teeted 'monopolies ever witnessed, bid with wheat drill, harrow, plcws, harvesting machine. fair to make the good year ls.s.s a memo- - for sale by F. Iteid. As , .Vi .urcs of 10m in field and 5 st.Kks of hire and the latter going to Powers' new ruble one in the history of the country. J. H. Karris, sold for.Mis Alma Hays Terms hav knoi- n store. made ot div nf sale her line combined horse to a New MexiMils I KKWI.V.I,. Mn. vnd Mas. II. J. McItoniiiiTs and Tn .vks. Kditor M. D. Hughes' kind co man for $:."0. t T I. LI I. LAUD, Mr II. C. Itupley and daughter, Miss mention of ourselves in connection with Fok Sam:. Four nice Jersey heifcis Minnie, have been visiting at Harrods-iinr- the aflliction that holds us in its Pl'KLIC SALE OF and calves. No. both in color and and attcndiiiu the Pair. grasp, makes us sorry that we form, K. II. llurnsidc. lit. Mu. Kiii: Hollos is at home from De- - ever said anything unpleasant of him, &C. Tatein, Knibry it Co. will ship on the III., where he is in business, ami even in fun. Hole's looking at you, old atnr. 2M) fat cattle bought A I'xcciilorst.f the vm! ofCraii: Linn, deceas was hero with his father, Dr.J ,T. Pohon, fellow, and hoping you are well enough Mst from ltichmond ed we will on ltcgisten in Madison at.'i cents. Saturday, seeing ld friends. of the "crTiup" to go and kill Ooo. OFIt is estimated that the wheat crop SATURDAY, '88, n Mi:v,iis. W. II. Cnm and Lloyd so ln can perpetrate no more jokes will remove to lA'xingtnn and go on you and tho Kentucky Central News. of Minnesota ami Dakota this year will sll In the highest bidder all the vtork, crop and reach a round hundred million bushels. fanning implements of which said decedent did a possess, in tin grocery business. Mr. Curtis will It. I). t A. K. Ixigau, this county, of which 50 ell'ects on t he 'JSth. therefore sell his Limns visiting the Centennial Kxpo- bought a nice bunch of '20 feeding cattle Coiisistm: of about of head of cattle 30 head vi steers, there lire id head .. r'ii..li,int! Jum!,! , . r 1,1 Mn T. N. Poiii'.iits. forsoinetliuu a )ear old hufcr,4 milk rows and calves, ubotit Aof Marion, at 4 cts. 30 good lios, 3gw and piK, 6 brood mares, and , tho sinw-of this place, severed his business ,,, Machine Com-- fro1 - !.V bred to Kood jacks, 35 acres of good corn 6,coo the Stanford bundles of oats, 2 shires stock forD.in- - ,.n..u ..l.ti.t, ii... i,,rb i:ii,ii,.m ...... Li'"viue .uivocaio. and left Vednosdav .. . ... . n ,i....,v .nr jr.i.ij I)reno Smith, the . greatest of mel-. RollcrMills, 1, shares stock in tho Stanford & Having secured tho services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watch:.... .i...,v .i:u, .!.,.' ,.f ,,w..L- i. i ... .li,. tilx ftttiim- lioinc ntarboiirvillt' Hulls Gap 'turnpike bu.'irv and harness, v ..... , .. ,, i ,.v, .. A.lllllllV lilt II wagon, sulky turnniK plow , Thomas Hay Kake, maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness .1,1 lllirvin, ...n, .. iimii-illu lllil News. civ visitors, by rogistenni: tlieir name Thoiuai Harrow, mowing machine, and nil the and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the . Adams this season, has sold his infarming implements usually kept on nuell Coi.. Sm A. W'u.tov has boon elected can secure, free of charge, a ticket that farm. eye. Kentucky Democratic will entitle them to a chance on one of tercst iu the patch for $70. made Insn on day of sale. Terms ptesident of the JOHNO ,VJ K l.YNN, McAlistcr camo out second in the Washington. He is a typical their elegant Cabinet machines, to be Club at as pla:e as above, I Kentuckian and will look imposing at given away at the close of the Imposi- nice at Hairodsburg rYiday and Pence Also nt same timeA and tucker, deed sell will, the second tho day before. W'o understand Administratrix of C implemcntsof said all decethe head of such an organization. stock, crop and farming tion. For full particular!) call on ti. It. been dent, consisting ot some cattle and horse stock, Mu. .I. II. Kis.ii writes us to change his Waters, agent, .s'tanford, Ky., who has that tho owner of the latter has lot of hogs, bet v ten 300am! 400 barrels ol cum, 16 stacks of hav 110 liushels snelled oats, small lot from Orlando, Fla., to Concordia, constantly on hands the machine that oll'ered Si.OOO for him. piper mawagon, rvc, buggy The Ijihu'I County Fair will beheld chine, Acme ami harness, j and many mowingthings Kas. Ho and his faiiilly were at Pablo docs all kinds of embroidery work, hemuthcr harrow, plows (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) prospect wlncn I cannot mention. Beach, when a death from yellow fever stitching, button holes, Ac, or address P. the 'JJKIl of this month and a made known on day of sa'e Terms FAVOItlTE LINE HETWrXN THE NORTH ANDSOl'TH. for a good exhibition is very promising. MRS Al.lCUTUCKi:it. 53.Ul occurred next door. It only took hhn II. Idol, Agent, Danville, Ky. Secretary It. M. Jackson has our thanks LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. and them two hours to pack up and llitoitiiiT Pack. Suiio timo ago the for invitation and ticket MILLERSBURG leave. INssi-- HOURS. Pell county, Texas, wrote to "Thank tho Lord, we'll have plenty I.v tho Democrat last week we note sheriir of ! Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. ho was under tho eorn bread and whisky," exclaimed a tho following young ladies from this vi- MioriirNowland that Miss.lu-li- a impression that ho could spot a man Kentucky fanner as he sat on tho fence THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. cinity at tho Harrodsburg Imp: ! Ii'radley, Hustonville, black embo'shcd them who was wanted for murder here. m Mirvovcd with satisfaction his splen-- A Modern Progressive School TII IC TICK AS SHOrtl' LINK- correspondence developed the fact ,tj,i ,.(irn crop. Lexington Drummer, Where) our daughters vvilljbe taught how to becliantillygold ornaments. Miss Pattio The mortgages on the farms in tho come true omen, as well as thoroughly InstructTribblo.'junction City, bluo silk, point that it was Samuel Combs, who killed ed in pearls. Miss l.iwio Jimios Monaco at South Fork Trestle, ton Western States aggregate over SI, . . a CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN MAY G, 1888. lace; diamonds and rf n mnin who with his wifo'JOO.OOO.OCX), on which there is a yearly uitimiunc, owt.tuc, nm tx muoiu .Stanford, pink Kurah; r.atuuil Juno I, ISS2. Combs Karris, ukv c l'"i'L. was livimr at Helton, has been keenlna a interest of :?K).0(X).00O. Ohio stands ilrst ' Address ItlKA.!.) UP. KKADDOWN. tlowers. or .MRS S C TRUI.IIEART, TRAINS NORTH. in Cin- little grocery and behaving himself as a with IsVI.OOD.tXX) of mortgages, lRAlNa Mn. and Mas. A.C. Sisi: aio Lady I'r.nclnal. 37 No. 6. No. 4. No. 8. When arrested for tho good citizen. II. Traylor has retuinctl from a .so. 3. "No. j. "N"oT77 Mltlersbiirg, Ky, No. 7. will go from theio to STATIONS. cinnati and No. a. Dally. crinio Combs ucknowledgeil that he was business tiip to Cincinnati, where he Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily Il'.x. Sun, Daily. Daily. county, wheie tho Sinn family Cincinnati A'rv6,oam 641 pm'io .15 a m' Coop ra hold a reunion tl)is week, w hich we hope tho man wanted and he was lodged in made a sale of his excellent whiskies to 8 itam! 40j pin Scopin j a a in I.'ve .... 830am 4 It p was appointed State's tho amount of $.VXX) to 10,000. Iks will Villi.imstovn....I.'ve 5 13 s m 95 ami s 47 P nu 9 35ini ' . will bo attended and enjoyed by them jail. .1. X. Monofeu .(Jeoretoivii 410.1111. ill in Jospin 7 01 pin to 37 pin 1059 a him and started about make that amount tho coming season. 3 48 a m 415 pm: 7 co a m, a 40 p m i.eiui;ioii .STANTORI), KY., 7 3J pmil 03 pin 10 15a mi all. If tho sample that wo have of tho agent to go after 30P a 38 it m Danville..., a 50 pm, 8 59 pin la 15 pin 530am 110 p in a aS a m 3 10 p ml t:oa in1 on pm family is a fair one, they mo good ten days ago on his errand. Friday he Lancaster News . . Junction City. 15 pin, 9 10 pmia3oa in u aja in . c... Will onen tne nrst .stonuar in September. In tke i m oincrsci 05 a 05 jop in J 05 am ia3opnii A Killing irosl IS ropoueu iroiu h,,.rielt,nu.ml.iiy will he prepared for Col b 00 pin enough and clever enough t desorvo all returned with his man ami ho is now in dale as am pm. 7 13 a m Oil 955pm it ... J5 a m 3 15 University. Also 50 pml l.itl ai:.... lf Mii.w.r.w. ..o .... - vuiiem, ..i.i...., .. li.iui .I... liiiniuiriilnni leire ur practical course, thnse vvhn desire ..v, .v.......... 1:111007.1 . ..I. VC 7I01PII1 irt r m 4 con ra ArV I j.,.,. ..... ...v.... uii.'o li-- li.i.l ,,(i tr.Mil. s! good tilings of this life. 10 00 pnr t;rkr the . ...I f. ru i nil Af'v. 3 ll fliSttinnilfT s fell to :0 before sunrise 1' i iday iiioriung le in bringing him and did notuso ivnmanhiiinwiillic t.iuiu o scinitiilc pnnci 2 15 lm Attalh Ar'v i lonni' pies, hv ilie an.ili of the lettirs. I'.iil'IisIi Com I..LOCAL LORE. 1 45 pm top ui lve Ilmiinghan at all. Ho claims that ho did the Advices from inneiieg mv to the ellect HJSP'H 330am linJ Uciumation will rcceKo special at Tuscaloosa m 40 a m b 9 to a in 11 4S a p ...l,.i,. ..r.i.1 Iu i.iiln. lfiitiiin. l'unlls will he trained In thu nrt ol ex self defense and that ho ran .i... .1... :umm.-.I.'ve .Meridian soa mno ;opnn , v.w,. . tl as pm1 4 ion mlAr'v linn mu ieinporaneous .puakinn UUclpllne will he Und, Clothing, Clothing at and killing iu Ci.otiii.n-ol)rleans....l.'vo 901pm $ 00 p nM 63331111 030 a mi away because ho had no money to biro a jlired by the cold SUlip. hut linn; K'd Lchuviur and dilltent applicutlon Meridian .. .. 1000 pm' Ar'v ........ '... 5 10 a nill.'vc below cost at D. Klass'. 615 pm; in I.'ve. ... J.icUki.1. ...... Ar'v ......... lawyer to present his defense. Fioin V. lI.Torhuno sold last week .'00 ''"f.nmpai'VilihevvLdld 900.1 !n loaiii,L've....VicUoiiri,' 40 pin ihorougli W. S . ie thntmnst titlr thf hasls lor ah..n, .,.i cdiica- .,,.,., iooj tl asp m l.'vc., Monroe Xkw lino French ..uidiiw at A. A. the report wo printed of the affair June sioci. nivim fnilii ' 7." to v.-4 ,( ,nt;,,. ..f oonm 8 is pin"Ar'v....Shreveport (1, 1882, wo observe that both woio diunk III. MOSS n Cltr load will be in. tilled mill Inlm of courtesy will be HroWer bought of Wanon's Model (iioccry. . ciulrud The I'rinciiml Lringstd , and arrives in ChattauiMcn at 9 to, vi. No. I(, leaves at thu time, and quarrelled over a .Sunday of flit llOgS avelllglllg '.0 potintls at Oi of hUiII Ami expenencu untamed this school a fund N. H. Train No. 9 leaves Oalcdalo ot J 15. from the vvorW nf Two iii'Xiutim TiiorxANii good brick nftorunon'ri gaino of cards, when Combs to w cents. I). C. Tor IlUllO bought It tllU many years in nisii mm i.ia.sic.11 ftcnnuu. M.. and arriv0st Oikdale at 3 J5. Chattanooga at 50), lVrnis i.or Susatnn f ten scholastic months: Mann lludoir llulTst Sleepins Cam on all trains. for sale. Call on J. V. Naiighnuin. drew his pistol ami shot Mounco four nuigllborlinod of I'arkSVillo lo good llllllo l'rinwry. UH Intermedial.-- , $n; Aeiidcnilc H. COLLllltAN, u il '.'rt. t A 'J$Bfc t tnilN C.C.AULT. OencrnUlanaser. pavahleiinirser' Daduction only in inith'iir,',ri provud fa- colts at "'Issiij to ?.). ril....l i h,1(., K. C RUOI I., (Seneral Superintendent oOO buslmls of 'ye. Will times, indicting wounds that f, I wish to buy l n tal iu a hhotttlme. L. s I'WlON.I'rinilpal Oener.dOrKs, St. raiiU'ud. ., West tuiirth .Street, Cinunnali. Ohi lrati price. W. II. Traylor. pay markot i SOMEWHAT PERSONAL. A.soTiii:it Old Point excursion over the C. & O. leave l.uiiiM'illo on thu 'J.'Iitml 1 Tim: annual (.iovcrnor's Pall will be Stkvi: )hi.ns thinks that "Tipsycanoe On accannt of ha health. I oflir for ale my given at Crab Orchard Springs next fiirm conlnlniiiK ija ncre Urtnlnif land, well ImJohn Chinaman, too," it the way it Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select li ne of Furniture proved, and 70 acres timber land near by For y night. It is always the event of the particulars addrtst. ought to read in thin campaign. II. P. KS TKS. . and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods M Kinney, Lincoln county, Ky season and this year will bo on a larger Nkw lot of Hat", Handkerchiefs and wale than usual, liov. Puckner him alcan be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conTies just received by Mrs. Kate Duddcr-ar- . ready arrived. BOXTDS. vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. " Call and examine. A.v attempt was made to enter S. S. Oi'n new fall hats and other fall goods Myers' stole Saturday night, but the ON MONDAY, SEPT. 3rd, 1888, will be in in a few days and we cordial- thief succeeded only in getting into the Ilcforc the e door in Stanlord, Ken lucky, le at publli ly invite the ladies to call and examine. back room ami not into the store proper. ooobliat lo I' M v.cvlll rffer county bearing $$,' Lincoln bnndi of lx per cent. Interest, payable annually Co. Courts Two such attempts in as many nights W VAUNON, ) (J VCom'ttc COOi'KK, C01.. Miimh.kv is about right when he ought to put our merchants on better I) It CAKl'ENTER.J Svld says Kentucky is it tloubtful State. It guard to thwart the scamps. a a will be cMroinely doubtful whether a Tiiosi: owing me by note or nccount ELLIOrJT INSTITUTE! single county goes republican or not. will please call at my old stand, now ocKlttKSVII.l.K KY Cor. Lancaster News. cupied by Mr. Joseph Severance, and setMini Frit-am 54-t- f S AIE OF Ciirt-IIr.n, I 60FFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. 11 'fi SBBBsl BBBBBT g. -- a. L e . J4-- m WALT. TJlTISB, and PTJH.ITITTJIIB. d r. pur-chas- (!- pen-ii'iie- ; loob: cctt COMPLETE :3TOCK ALWAYS HAND. I l't t r ; 1 1 i.i ,. - NEW I NEW I NEW I Ho I -, 1 'tf FF3BM AiUil, MMMEH, 1I1 ' 1 j re-e- innocti-know- n ear-ol- d ilevn-tatiii- 1 hor-t- s. 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 1 Hti'-lonvtll- 1 - 53-l- d . PLEASE OBSEBYE g 1 STOCK, CROP, M'ROBERTSSTAGG A KHUILL ASkWMGIJllW -- Pur-dot- t, Hob-ino- SEIT. I, m , . i.U-ii- t r r nn-.t- . lii-n- i v 1 't-.'t- .i .... ..., ,i .w.-. 1 "'. WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. 111 -- ,. - 1 1 11 N - regit-..te- d QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. J FEMALECOLLEGE ..,nr ' j ismr-onr- - Mil-I'll- . Pen-dlcto- u MAM SEOTAHfT f. luclud.nk-ItoolcKeiplm- 111 111 ...-- .., . 11 111 1 1 .. -i. 1 1111 1 1 11 IIH 1 Q 111 I ' hand-cull- C I U 111 - . .... ),, 11 . 1x1 111 1 4 Ar'v-Ne- vv .1 I u. .- -., , A i ' A 1 . tr ' - 1" l,-.lli,i- ,in HC IL. . 1 f ihfyMf iPJw 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 COMPELLED TO CLOSE OUT MY STOCK, that account. Should you need any CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, SHOES or FURNISHING GOODS now or later on, it will pay you to borrow money to buy them now. 'Never in the history of Lincoln County were such BARGAINS offered as I am offering now. The goods must be sold and unless sold to one party, will be sacrificed at such prices, that you will buy if you hear the figures. n.p-f- c On "TOtTetlfc You lose an 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. ley T D. KLASS, Stanford, Ky. Sc Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Glfls of Poison. . It Is timo that respectable merchants combined with consumers for the suppression of nil gift, prize and lottery facheines in connection with the sale of articles of merchandise. These schemes arc not only demoralizing to legitimate business mid to the morals of the community, but in the extent in which they are being carried in the sale of nrticles of food have become n source of great danger to the public health. They are no matter In what form they appear, nothing more or less than devices to swindle honest and unsuspecting people. It is gratifying to learn that in some instances the officers of the law have taken hold of the matter. In New Yoifc and also in Chicago parties w ho in this way offered gifts to purchasers of their packages havo recently been arrested upon indictments for lottery swindling. The latest candidates, both for public ex- ecration and criminal prosecution, are the manufacturers of the alum baking powders, who are both by means of gifts STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE and lottery tickets disposing of large quantities of their corrosively poisonous .SI WIORD, KV Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Is Receiving His compounds, which are so well known to be detrimental to health that no house The bet salve in the world tor cuu, bruises, tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever tores, tetter, chap J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDENT. keeper will admit them to her kitchen ped Hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erupknowingly. This form of swindle is not tions, and positively curet piles, or no pay reEighteenth jrir brains on Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial only peddled from houso to house, but quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect titistac-tioor money refunded I'rice 25 cents per box under the promise oi large profits to be Monday , 3, '88 For tale by A R I'cnny, Stanford, Ky realized, the manufacturers are entrenching themselves behind, the counters of Renews Her Youth. Carefully selected corps of teachers Thorough instruction Good discipline Ilrsi methods manygiocers by getting them to offer Mrs. I'hcebe Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co., Iowa bend fur circulir 44 the alum goods with the gifts or lottery ells the following remarkable stor, the truth of which is vouched for by tne residents of the to n tickets attached, thereby shifting the I am 73 years old, have beei troubled with kidney I hue j.ur. i.ej the lumber yards of Mews liability to prosecution, in part, upon complaint and lameness for many years; could not t.e rge t W'cittn and Uruse and will open other and perhaps innocent p.utics. Ev- dress myself without t'elp Now I am free from jiCarda ih one punhjicd of Mr Weaiea llcsiJes In roujh itul dressed, I will arry ery grocer or dealer, for instance, w ho pain and soreness and am able to do all m own alarelmco' windowic sashes, doors and shingles, Ulhs j its a id the ket fence foimerly s.llKy-Msells or offers for sale any of the prize or housework, I owe my thanks to Electric Hitters ltOL'TJO. ' Wearen. S t. HOC KIR for haunt; renewed my youth and removed i,i)r or baking powders is a criminal in lottery THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE all disease and pain. Try a bottle 50: and Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowoll, Man. c vr. miti Air Kr. oi the eyes of the law and liable, upon con! 1, at A. K. Penny's Drug Store. Trice 1 ; ill bottles, $5. Worth 5 bottle. ' viction, to fine and imprisonment, while CENTRAL KENTUCKY METCALF & HAYS, Worth Knowing. those who sell the gift goods are morally ALL THE LATEST SPRIHC STYLE HATS 1 0 ail Point. ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. Mr, V, H, M rjan, merchant, Lake City, Fla as responsible, for they are ottering an A1 with a severe Coll, attended with a .NORTH .EAST.. W,EST.ANn IIARIIOURVII I.Fand PIN'F.VII.I .,h. inducement or prize to to wis taken Co. Cough ani r mnin f into Consumption in A No. 1 use a food that contains a corrosive pois- us first stages. He tried many so called popular Will practice in any ourt in Eavtetn Kentu ley 11 J5. Ksaminali ins f landmles maile a spe ialt Any on. This is a predicament in which it is cough remedies and steadilj grew worse. Was sle traits f timber, al and n.ner d Ian Is f r The Farm contaris i3s to FAST LINE BETWEEN sate. Infrmati n furnished n not possible our grocers will care to place reduced in tlesh, ha J duficult) in b'eathin; and springtiew anil 1'errjvill m.i'. situated nth. ) p nt and t r tnties from the respondence sf U jli if tried Dr. to onion stirrjundid LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. ' M'MIOHAEL, themselves when they come to think se- was unable for sleep Finallyand found King's New former and S milts from I,and THE HATTER, Consumption hoots Discovery immediate by (rood neislibors, churches add is riously of the matter. relief, and after uinz about a half dozen bottles adapted to all the favorite grain ami grass grown 611 4TH AVENUE, . ., in rtentucK) House, uarn SCIIKDULE IN i:m.Ci MAVio, iM3 lias It must be borne in mind that every , ,,Ullilicii wcuanu. .iia. ...an, iiu rciuril 01. mc outbuildings, Plenty goon asting wufsr utul oilier lounu of and inn I or further particulars, show so grand a high state of cultivation LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY one of thci-- gift or prize baking powders disease. No other remedy can No i. No 4 K'S I'OWi'.LL. HusKiuilhi, K Tho Original Wins. addre' South Hound. are alum baking powders. These pow rec.rdofcuresas Dr. King's New Discovery for I' Dally A discount of Sun per cut wil .CK' SI"""0". SL Louis, Pron'r Guaranteed ti do just what is j Consumption kien i.n all M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, IJst'd tiers cofct lesi than four cents a jiouixl claimed lor It 8 30 a m 8 I.ve Cosmgton Iriarootlle trie at A K, i'enny 1N9, In the V. S Court ukikat J ' in r p m orders sent fur II it si li i pv of i u a ve n C. A. BENEDICT & CO., I,e Falmouth. 10 01 a m 9 35 P in 33pm vertisement mt'iiiniii n, y II. ellln.Prop'r A.Q.Simmons Llv. to produce; the gift or prize conts but a Drtij Store i iyr 11 05 Cjnthiana in 10 i p in 4 30 p m f Regulator, L'st'd by Zeilm IS.", I.e few cents more. They are sold at the 40 a mno jo p in' $ 10 P m Arr Paris SI. A. S. L. M, has for 47 )Car Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath sceured Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Arr I.eamgton li jo p m 30 p in 6jo p m '""SUSSTIO-J- . s V b.ikint; powder, m b) Shiluh's Catarrh Kcir.edy. Price yi cents. Nas-- .! IIILfOltMLM. price of a I)rrr$iA,SicK Hkadaciik.Los. 11 50 I.ve Paris . M'ANFURU, KY 5 "'o p m 111,1055 p that the swindle in a commercial seme Injector free McKoberts & St.i;s, Stanford; p mill 1$ p pi. o 05 p m ArrTiT,11.bavn Stomach. Etc Arr Winchester.. 35 iiev. Heami, Pastor M. K. 7 10 p tn l ui V ml Arr ltichinond is enormous. l!ut the chief iniquity of CrowiCo. M.KlnnF),- E W Jones Crab OrchPULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINS. Church, Adams, Tenn., writes "I 18 p m 5 10 p ml Arr Lancaster. ard. Wells drilled t i.rJer and I'u furnished .nouiu nave Deen dead but p m Stanford Arr I40 the business consists in selling ns Will )ou sufTer with Djspepua and I.iv er Com facturj prices jo or jour uenuine .11, A. Simi.se Richmond 05 p in mons Liver Mcdicin:. I have wholesome an article of a plaint? Shlloh's Vitaliter is guaranteed to cure Arr lie tea .0 p omellmet had to substitute A: Stagg, Stanford; Crow A Co p positively injurious character, and by ou McRo'icrts Arr Lexington. . 'rw' "Zellln'i ituft" for your Medi To WashiiiKton, Richmond and JIcKinney; L W Jones, Crab Orchard pwirj cine, but it don't answer the means of gifts or bribes inducing serOld Point Comfort No. j. No. purpose." No. 5. S?pu vants or unsuspecting houskeepcrs to "'Gr""; Editor Th, Mj farm of jjt areson the Stanfrrd ."I uaMttt, Memphis, Tenn. savs: nilcs frim SUnfurd .mil in one I.se I.isingslon. a u a purchase it and uo it in our daily food. ,,c l'Kige of )our Liver mile of 5lcCorniacksChun.h Will sc'l .mbllcly I.c I'erea 10 5 a in Medicine, and have used half of it. There should be somo prompt method a in Arr Richmond.... It workslike a rhsrtn. wn To Louiavllo and Oiuclinnati of reaching these dun erous practices and hettir Liver Ileirulstnr an. rm. I.se in .0 25 TUESDAY, SEPT., 4, '88. I.e btanTord .. .. 37 in aa in 15 J a tainly no more ofZcilln's roixturc. Lancaster punishing the parties engaged in their a Counections.dircct for all points in the Arr Richmond. 11 m a 50 a promotion. If the present laws are not Two miles South ot Stinfordon Neal- CriiA Address mc at Carlisle, K) W.CHAKt 'Ihe farm Is well w.iten-- and unler good fince I.ve Richmond.. 30 p in t 50 ample, we cum mend tiie matter to the .WEST NORTH - WEST AND Arr Winchester. J .5 p in and has on it a Hpleudld onliird I hero is a goo consideration of our Statu Hoard of Health SOUTH-WESKENTUCKY house with four rooms and the outbuildings are Arr Pans "iS P m. 0 S a 3 for recommendation of such additional first class At the same time and pi u c I will sell I.ve I.cxlugton . 3 " p in in in l3S a tn 3 00 p m No. of No 1, legislation as shall bo effective for the 40 p I.e Cynlhiana.. 3 06 p m 8 06 a 3 $0 p m j IN irKKtTXov 13, '87. 30 Agricultural and Mechanical a lot " tattle and mules JA.MhS COVER.Ky I.ve Paris rd, Dailv a in 4 30 p in 9 4 piotection of the public. Dalle I.se Falmouth. ,. 4 p m Ex, Sun, 10 0 a in 5 5 I' ASSOCIATION. Arr Covington . 6 fi j 35 a 050pm I.ve Louisville " 7 00 p tn 0 5 a Central Normal School umllUisincsa Sept 30. 13.6, Witd Kake, a lalf ; Arr Lexington mm On the.Maysvillc Ilranch, No. 9 leaves Paris at " While Sulphur Springs.. lojjpmn3 10 a m College, I'leasuroville, Henry Co., Ky. Oct 1$, i'S?, Sudlo I) yrl , e. jo, a m anil No. n, at 5 jo, p in, arriving at " Charlotlsville V.MJunct $. 3 vi p ml ti 40 p in Oct J, i33i,Hluda Hose, a ioJ4i Ma mile at 10 50, a in, and 740, p m. No. 10 " Richmond Fall reunion opuiiii flrot in Supt., 9 00 p m 3 30 p m UP) touitVlttl HtWAlOmS CKICAtO ST((9-Auif. 31, lis?, Ilrown Hil, pirer, a .v. leaves Maysville at 6 00, a m, arriving at Pans at " Newport News '' 10 33 a ml 6 33 p m " nc.n 4, two, Jerome turner. 3 ij'4 ; '88; 523.50 payH table boanl, room rent 830, am. No, ii leaves Maysville at 10; and! " Old l'oint Comfort 00 a ml 7 co p m Noember it, i33(, MAL'D S, j'oo' arrives at I'aris t 1 15, p in These trains are " Norfolk a m 7 40 p m 40 and tuition for ten weeks. Private houid daily except Sunday " Washington 9 40 p ml 8 X3 p m No, 3J leaves Covington ?- - per week; room lent 50c per week. arrives at " Italtimore as pm 11 LEXINGTON, - - - KY., ipm lalinouth ut 10 30 a in; Sunday only. No. 31 " Philadelphia 3 10 a in' 3 on a m Leaving Iloth Businehs College equal to. any in the leaves I iilinoiilhnt 4 30 pm. arrives at Covington " New Vors. 0 Yo a ni, 6 2o m at 6 30 p m; Sunday only No 15 leaves I.exing. State. Selioold of Music and Art taught LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI inn 7 15 p m, arrives Paris 7 55 p m. No. 8 leaves Mr Lexington Division J. wuvmgton 3 ao p in, arrives Falmouth 7 ao p m. Main Line Trains east Trains run by Central ti me Teleg- AUG. 28, 29,30,31 AND SEPTEMBER I. by aitibts of Ability. Fhort-banof Huntington run by I.ai i No 7 leaves Falmouth at 5 30 a Daily, Secures to Travelers, arrives at Cov em time, which Is one hour faster than Central Ington at 7 50 m raphy and taught by coin, time. DAII.V EXCEPT SUNDAY. potent teachers. Three hundred and Competition Open to the World, ADDITIONAL TRAINS -- No. n, daily ex. NO I'E. 'I'ralns anil a are ilmU Keftvn Win. cept Sunday, leave Olive Mill 4 45 a ni; Mt .Ster- THE MOST RAPID ROUTE twenty-fivmatriculates last year. We ; Chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other other ling 7 oo am; art wc Lexington 8 33 a m; arrive at Ever attempted between ihe trains are daily except Sunday, creal commercial Cincinnati via Winchester 11 35a a. have tho school and at living prices. Urnd ani1 Direct connection is made at Winchester with lournament. Gentlemen Riders in Cos''V ." 'h.T No u, daily except Sundij, leave Cincinnati ,11c ?. i miicsl iime ami nwit rtMr.s..t.i.i. . Send for catalogue. Addiess J. 1J. tnsapcake . unio for ait. Sterling, .Ashland loop i"i i.cxinviion 5 jj p in, arrive tume Kacli Day. Crowning of the (Jueen of sterling tween all point, in the South, or to If In turn. An PI...L.I.I. ' llcaiit), Saturday, September isi the We t and """ "'""ran'l 711 p m, "live 1111101111 President. 'neeoi'inert-artofthls. InSl train on all I orge land run via Winches. No. j, dally, leave Clift .i,h e"'iis denominated tf n, rain Est is falling, to the delight of our farmers. A good deal of sickness prevails in and around this place. The democrats of our town assembled last night for the purpose of forming a McCreary Club. The meeting was called to order and its object explained promptly at 7 r. t. by that faithful, true ' and solid old democrat, G. T. Karris. Mr. W. J. Lytton was called to the chair, j which he he accepted gracefully in a t ' speech of thanks. Mr. T. A. Fain was made secretary by acclamation. En-- 1 rolling members was then commenced' and in a short time more than 10 were enrolled. Mr. J. Lytton was elected president of the club, with It. M. Hrooks T. and G. 11. Williams A. Fain was made permanent secretary. By a unanimous vote the club was then christened the James B. McCreary Club, of Eat Bernstadt, at which an involuntary burst of applause was gien in true democratic style. We will have 150 members here in this republican rooit, but I think after November it will be a rooster. Hurrah for Cleveland, Thur-inaMcCreary, Walton and Watter-son- l s. McCreary Club in Laurel. To the Editor of the Interior Journal Bernstadt, Aug. 18. A nice r,i:re i irunnrMA.r, Long-Standi- ng SURGEON DENTIST, Stanford, - - Kbntuckv, Office south side Main, two doors Above Depot Si, Blood Diseases are cured by the persevering use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. J This mod Iclno is an Alterative, and causes a radical chango In the. it stein. Tho process, In somo cases, may not bo qntto so rapid m In others ; but, with persistencp, tho result Is cortnln. Keail theso testimonials : "For two years I suffered from a severe, pain la my right side, and had other troubles catueil by a torpid liver and ilyspejwia. After giving several ineillcines 11 fair trial without n euro, I liepiii to take, Acer's Sarxiitmrllla. I was greatly lienptltcd ! the nrt bottle, anil after taking tie Imttles I was 00:11- W. Fletely cured." .JohnMuss. lluusoii, 70 St., lowell, Last May a large carbuncle broke out on my arm. The usual remedies had no effect and I was conllnetl to my lied for t 'ght w eeks. A friend Induced mo to try Less than three A j it's Saraparllla. bottles healed tho sore. 'In all my expewith medicine, I never saw uiuro rience Another marked effect of tho uso of this inedii ino was tho strengthening of my sight." Mrs. Carrie, Adums, Holly Springs, Texas. "I had a dry scaly humor for years, and suffered terribly ; and, as my brother and sister were similarly umictcd, I prciiutiio the malady Is hereditary. Last winter, Dr. Tjron, (of Kernandiua, Fla., ) recommended mo to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and contlntio It for a ear. For tfvo months I took It dally. I liavu not had 11 blemish upon my body for tho T. K. Wiloy, 14(5 last three months." Chambers St., Now York City. "Last fall and winter I was troubled with a dull, heavy pain in my mIiIo. I did not notlco it much at llrst, but It gradually grow worse until It liocamo almost unbearable During the latter part of this time, disorders of the stomach and liver increased my troubles. I began taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and, after faithfully continuing tho use of this medicine lor somu months, the pain disappeared and I was completely Mrs. Augusta A. Furbush, cured." Haverhill, Moss. EDWARD H. FOX, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, Ao H. ZDiRCTGa-IS- PENNY, JEWBLBE, UAXVIhbK, TCV. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Has moved to his elegant new building opposite FANCY ARTICLES, &C. the postolice and is better than ever prepared 10 accommodate the public with fine pictures from to life sue. Satisfaction guaranteed. photograph Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. To the Farmers of Lincoln and Garrard Gounties- THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Ever brought to this nirV-- t I'n e Sower than the Invest. Wat he. CI- k an I Jew!ry He. paired on h rt nut t an I w arranted j The Stanford Holler Mil's Company wants jour whole wheat crop of S$1, and will pay in cash the highest mulct iice for it Do net sell without first eemg Superintendent l' its at the Mill, or , I J r OS the underside J Pres Stanford Roller Mills Co U II-II- TASE3 I TAXES ! To The Voters of Lincoln County: The fat Honks ytf now ready fnr 18M and I Etervhod) will amrcady to the last nl tax come forward and pay earl 1 I) NEW LAND. S I. C 30-- Wonderful Results. j I JWo t'o BTCPJUUY, MERCHANT TAILOR AND SUMMER GOODS. SPRING n September XiTJMBER, S I Imn-x- r TABDI KentuckyCentralR. R.; ' Ayer's Sarsaparilla, rUEI-AUF.- r ' Washington Farm For Sale. A-r- GE0GUEGAi'S, SUtCI-hSO- c ile-i- o THAT FIGHT ( 1 1 . I .1 ir 1 flrst-cla- 11 . .1 111 Chesapeake & Ohio! - t V . FOK SALS. 1 111 ZEJLST 111 North-lloul- h. FOB SAIilE. 111 House and Acres Land - WEST T. "'! " 1. 1 M I . 111 I I 111 111 111 111 111 Tui-sdu- 1 M' "'s ' 11 11 1 I .11 11 A NEW FAST MAIL FAIB! ' .1 Type-writin- g CREAM fatM I I 111, 11 e 1 Se-crc- That I lacking CoukIi tan be so quickly cured by bhiloh's Cure We guarantee it. Mcltooerts KHKE I.ad e and Children under u jears of Co, McKiuney, E. a iikniiucu iree uie nrsi ai A Stagg, Stanford; Crow W. Jones, Crnb Orchard Spetlil Trains on nil railroads at tedu-v- d rates Sleepless nights nude miserable by that terriblu Floral Hall oneneverv d.iv and ullllxwi 0:iturrn' cough, bhiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. the IVir. For further infonnatio'i and Catalogue, Mcltoberis & Stagg, Stanford; Crow i: Co,, Mc. .nldrfus the Secretary. P. 1. JuilNSON, President.-TH- OS Kinney; li. W. Jones, Crab Orclutd. L. MARTIN, Secretary. TWO RACES EACH DAY fURIftj 111! i LEXINGT01r,KY. sas HwiMaH j I hriugh tickets and biggage checked to any ilesl.nauon reached by a raifroad, any i,?,' ft1.' Ji?ilc"lar ddre S.F..agent of the Co. K. II. HACON. MORSE, lravclinirt'ass'g'r AzU, Gen'l Pass'g'rAgt., Lexington, Ky. Covington, Ky. ILK. HUN riNGT ON, Ccneral ter.ASohd trains vtith Pullman Sleeping Cars, be. tvveen Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Win- Chester and Washincton. ,; I.INU-.No- "'.' VI V t .i - !" t 4 Charleston la Colnmbtis Vr, f. , Charleston j aonomcos. ciU Kentucky. dap, Tuesdas, Wednesday, Thursday and Satur. day at 6 30pm for New York. For 'licken, Rates, Inforinallon, etc., . pply to ,, A icket office or address c. I 11 ai a m; Clifton Porie 7 36 p m Vultman Sleeping Cars on all through trains Old Dominion Steamships leave Nortork on Mon- -' Jijwi,. 11 17 30 p m; p m am A 1 lila nd 5 40 p m; Al.1m,l ,m .1 m- ...;.. . I ",rM '"llro" u"T,mrJcS,for.,,0CW,emp,O 1 Ollices In the South v,mU' tZ.'S. f The Limited Ei.r,.. ."! .?"? li,nbles 'd" 'a"i.,"ck ,0. and tickcis. you MoSay 'onon, il a - Vj"""" . '. w.CKHAM. ",; n , i,'1 ''"V, AiJent, ind i"e. ' a,,e,Ver Aeenl, Chicago Jrncv. McCORMICK, onleers: want . i.Wiffllog.S