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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. seven-eijiht- s bene-llcial The man who took the key to tlie, Dick Southard, Jr., died Sunday of Protection fur American vvoiklngiucn? furniture store of George D. lluntett fc typhoid (lux. Satan'tt Hih to rtiin Mother Too thin Circut coin t begins heie on Monday Co. last Monday is known and if he conKve liavo never found their counterpart sults his own interest lie will leave same September .1. moru fully tluiii in tlu liypiwi iy, unHogs niu dying from cholera on in tlie door again, and that pretty soon. blushing Hob and nophlntry lined by the Sknggs Creek. Tlie trial of Charles White, indicted protcetionlHtn to lure tlit' poor man of Pat Parker sold a mule to for tlie killing of Jack (Srimes in March dcptlmof the, t'nlted States to the A. Catron for$IlV. hint, is now employing tlie attention of , linen, banner poverty. Head Tlie tide in the river makes the log tlie circuit court. A jury, it is thought, tlio gushing oratory, all hold up will lie obtained itnd raftmeii happy. Tlie case of .las. to iuw the poor laboring man an tlie Thompson A McKlnziu tiro selling I. Hamilton was called Wednesday and whole bunleii of thought and ellbrt. Yet goods at low prices. , parsed until Friday. Besides these casnot a man of bruins and thught. among Dogs killed two latgo and valuable es but little of importance has been EXTRAORDINARY them believe! Midi compound nonsense. hogs for Wesley Mink. done. Foster, the ureal light of the tepublicun Greens-bur.McPherson bad 12 turkeys Miss Nellie Anderson, of John league, Mmply Hpciiku what every intelkilled by a train Tuesday. Indiana is here on a visit to her ligent protectionist knowHwheri ho wtyw: Brandy 'stills aro stalling up and we mother. Mrs. (Jeorge Dennv has been "The mntiufacturcrn of the I'luted State will soon hear "howls in the land." quite sick, but we aro glnd to say she is are most protected by our tnrill lavn," Three convicts have been i (mining now improving. Mrs. (Scoigi.i Jones, of HUBBLE. and quotes the Vermont Senatorim lining around the county during the week. Louisville, was visiting Mrs. W. A. ArHdncy Dunbar is bavin a tobacco much utronger language. "Fisliie" is in from Pineville to see nold this week. .Mr. C. Cleiiimerson, of Hut now enters the arena the how liar bam lilted up for his crop. relatives, lie still has faith in the capi- Louisville, i visiting his daughter, Mrs. S. II. Owsley accidently cut his little and greatcnt political mountebank of the tal of Hell. W. O. Sweeney. Geoige T. Mason, of boy's leu with a scjthe while cutting ago -- James G. Hlainejjusbinuoverwith Chicago, is visiting his parents and Heavy rains and winds have Koiitiment and Hymputliy for tlie poor weeds. corn crops considerably. Oats are friends in this city. He looks exceed.Mioses Lou and Jennie Hright are over laboring man. Having damaged in stack. ingly well. l'urope with other p.ir.irdtertof American attending tlie .Sunday School convention Just returned from the cities, Tlie following is a list of the grand lalior, horcturiiH, receied in grand ova- at WincheMcr. newest and best stock in town. and petit jurors now serving in our cir.Sunt! boys went into John Hriuht's tion by nil the tag cimIh, tlie virtue of hi Thompson A McKinne. 't cuit court: Grand jury W. G. Anderhaving long ago execrated watermelon patch Saturday night and own party Lnsweli, the ambushed man, is on son, foreman; W. J. Hulston, W. A. Henz-ledestroyed a number. him, the most Allen Hay, C. J. Doty, I. M. Myers, tlie road to recovery. Ko further develWe got no Irm.uioit Joikxaia last anKUiHli and crowding tLwii the great opments in tlie matter. Sam Bourne, John W. Scott, Sim JohnWhose fault? . melting twin from his even, ho cries out Friday until Tuesday. Bethur.iin, ston, Solon Henry, Sam Merriman, Jas. Tlie waiehouse of D. Very-Fastto bin audience: "(Sod grant your eyes Tlie new agent', we suppose. Kn. containing MX) gallons of whisky, was MtCarley, John Simpson, J. M. Petty, A voting folk's p.uty was given by may never seen what mine hae beburned Sundav night. N'o insurance. Wm. McWilliamsnnd A. M. Uroaddim. held." MethiukH, Mr. Maine, tliat here .Mrs. Hice, ami the result wns flint it was Incendiary. Mr. B.'s distillery and barn Petit jury A. K. Walker, W. A. Burton, in the lone forest of Kentucky, toiling the hct tiling of tlie kind ever attended. went the same way two months ago. H. C. Arnold, Jr., John Clark, T. T. Pol- Tobacco got in n had tlx this week on with my own hands and inventing from Titos. Wallen, after an absence of 22 ktrd, J. H. Taylor, T. AV. Bradslmw, H. H. uin own pores to make an houcM living, account of scallolds fulling, and in some years, is hack fioin Texas to visit his Denton, James W. Ityton, Hobert I tan picturo from tlie mind's eve what cttaes the worms entirely Charles Gauldin and wife, of Her, S. A. Hill, Cruttli Henderson, C. C. j on really s.iw, but will never utter so in Mtuvli of food. l)iiisille, aro relaties here. A McClure, B. K. Covington, L. Y. Leavell, ! llru. Kvhus loti'd his seties meetlone as falsehood suits oui unholy olid number from this place will attend tlie, A. II. Denny, II. A. Hudson, N. Grow, ing on mroniit ot rain bcfoic completgain-.in comlHt. With your Governor's Ball at CO. Springs J. B. Collier, T. I. Herring, Tom Ham pany with kindled f.plH-- , wlio had ing the time. He furnished oine kimhI Tlie icpuhlicnus have adveitised mond, 11. Dunn and AVilliam bear. ground tlieir plethoric million out of the llelds for thought. a big speaking they propose Wallace Wiiltci.-- , our clever little Our Billy Ibeikinridge lias been bniie and sinew of tlie nooi man, oti having heie on the ."d of September. You fiMistcd liidt. i"u, is on tlie invalid hat. Mitts llattie C..i,l I ni.lr-ii. ,11,., v speaking in A'irgini.t to delighted audit traviised KtirotMv W II ences. You mw mid enjojed the luxury mid Hobinsoii isnt hon.eiroui a Wt to Wil-- i .. wiii(l n . 1: ltt.r , .. lutein which the protective parasite sonville. Mi. I'aniile Snoiw is xisiting' nj'riif.vi itii mi ,i. .i.:u, ...... .i nil.' iiiun. i nv uriiiiniain loes to level. In the grandest of all at Thomas Floyd's this week. will probably hae n speaker or two on Tom Wood bought one calf of J. A. grand equipages i$l,.VK,()tfci per your hands. pp'lits tin iron) you rolled thmuuh the Hammond foi Shi and one frofn J. C. CRAB ORCHARD. I. iw lauds ami highland- oi and Kulwnkh V Bro. fot $1". He is wanting of goiid ones wtighing from nnd iouc u might have seen, homelo The soldiers have decided not tout--it sheltering uudei trees and dill', ilK) to ntiO pouii'i-.- . It. I.. .. sjicnce HubC. O. Spring this season. the t roller, erected bv Carnegie, (initio ble me at Williamsburg buying mules. Mr. J. W. .lumen' new house i.s gocork-scre- w Watermelons are such slow trade ing up rapidly and will soon be ready for hosti Witians t Co., parasltcsof American labor, (yl.MO.OtKl per yetir) there you that it doc not xiy to lunil them to use. Ktw the princely inauMon, tlie golden inaiket isiiiMqiiently there ciiine a freshMr. and Mis. Joe Hliinehart MTUce, the gaudy livery of Carnegie, et dnwu Hanging Fork by liichard have moved to Pineville and gone to lb. housekeeping. nun il bv Sl.rHXUJW prollls iter vetir ' Withers' patch nnd carried to the lower market-- . Others were iron works (ct the in Mr. Sam Hardin ami Cuttis Hubert hexotesin Knglandt. Vott were regal- - making arrangements to rbip too. are on the sick list this week. Miss Hot Jim Alcorn's wife cut herself badly tie Harris is improving. ' island feted for your elioits in behalf of ' a mm knife falling from the loll and produced all this the robber tnriirthat The Cleveland, Thtmn.iu and striking iter near the ear. she was til- grandeur. Club of democrats will hold u ' But, Mr. Blaine, there are things you nuHt lifele-- s when Dr. Trnjlor was call- - meeting Saturdify, September 1st and tne did sW and for the sake of truth and " wsuceeeoeu in Mopping Iain- - invite Messrs. Hill, Welch, Saulley, Al- hlch Dr. Kinniiiid, of von should tell the American neo-ndit com, Wurieii and others to come up nnd was called in and they dress-hpie in this llery onlenl. Yet you will speak for them. s is order nml not. Your whole life Ims been such as isl the cut in Mr. Tom Kobin.son received a of tlie pure, and now loinc well. to excite the suspicious of Tuesday announcing the now defeated in all your schemes af amhis daughter, Mt.s. Mary Pettiis; she was DEATH'S DOINGS. bition, j on would infinitely prefer to livinu in Missouri at tlie time of her -- Died. August 17th, at Blue Lick ,juutlf )mt f,nu.ry HVed here, and her reiun in hell than serve in heaven. A on did see lh' pvw,lcrre r.ine. A marvtl ol ptiritv in free trade Kngland Springs, Mo., Win. Diiiic.iu, in his SOth mimy Matives and friends will sadly l M rc i wh' two-third- s nmrc intelligence, wealth, prosperity and The deceased wa- - well and favoi-- l j,u.t to hl,ar tjmt m and js,iend. She leaves tl .in ihc it i.iry n itiei c.inn itun i in l.c n v tet, hert muliit lc i( compel t 011 with tin highest civiliwition that ever existed ably known in llovle and Lincoln conn- - a husband and three little children to wiu'it il iti r s ,J on'y 'i.r lut I? . cam I'vkiv I'omiikii (' .. " tu one nation since time begun. A'ou ttiik W !. lilt litlil titiltit tl Hem fniiil ' inoiirn tier loss. ".' "" all Street, New cirW niw her millions of laborers well housed lllmnoiistHii.lar.1. Hvans. of Danville.and Mrs. ev-- Mh. Xitncy Jones, widow of Gleell- - Mis.. Il.mrv K.v.iiw .if Kiiiw.is Citv. Imxi. and tared for, and although they receive X "2A.:&D according to Mr. Kxarts' caiefully col- - iiji Jones, inMir Jacksonville, Mo., died been the guests of Mrs. J. H. Hutching. les jmy August Wih, ju- -t ten weeks after the We were delighted to meet witli tbetor-me- r lected tejMirt in 1S7U, I limi ipened a Unci. Yard ami nn !iac 18 noo lincV .ll take tontrct f r vile, r to than the American laboier, yet working death of her hvislmud. She had beeii a again, for we remember her as one liuild rcij) in .ill tlicm keep my roll m aU imu less time and living "U per cent. cheaper, sulleier foi several years, ami forlhe last of our best loved schoolmates. Mis. in V.m rt!.ilc ce Ur an.l uti fiirnish li it. 11. cf VV an J Mi Hon nt all t mo KAMsKV the j ate more contented than our own few months her stillerings had been very Minnie Hobinsoii and Miss Mary Thomlalxirer. A'ou heard of nostrikes, trusts, great, until within a few days of her son, of Hustonville, have been visiting combines mid lockouts. Then you cross-- death, w hen she becaineapparently easy Mm. Sue Holmes. Mr. J. H. Bailey ami cd the channel and journeyed into and died vety quletlv. She w.u liorn wne nave rctuincii troni nuiroui-uuig- . Lnntl 25 France, (iermany and Italy, the lands of Dec. l.A, 120, in Lincoln eoiiutv, Kv Mrs. M. C. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, is Two miles South ot Stanford on X'cal's Creek cominiiuisin, anarchy and bHgamlnge, where she still has relatives, her maiden visiting at lier father's, Mr. W. F. Ken- - Address mc at C irlislc, K) W, CKAIfi countries after ybui own mind, highly ' name heinu Stephenson, slio was nedy. Mrs. Hsupcr, of Woodford, and Of course jou expecte! ae- - ried Angiiot tl, KslO. ho was converted Miss Birdelle Bedford, of Frankfort, aro BUTCHER SHOP. cording to v our teaching tliat the poor in early life and united with the Baptist visiting Mis. J. II. Ilutchings. Mr. J.I NEW lini laboier was highly paid in these nations. church at Iogau's Creek, Lincoln coun- W. James lias returned from Louisville. tlit- hao oiH'i.ed n hutclur nm at Kow nnJ in' to ftirmth H'rnll Sturw liouw and ii'pirt-Ititt Mr. Hvurts, jour own gopel, says ty, Ky. After coining to Missouri, about Mrs. BeUel Henderson ami childien, of tlio puli ic wlili all kinds ot nu.its, (ij.Ii and I i As contintlieir scnwiii the poor laborer only gets half as much 'Ci yeats nuo, she itnitpd with the L'nion Garrard, vveie the gue-t- s of Mas. W. T ue ray wiifim do utiii mi'it tu mj cu- Maufurd and uimt wages in these countiies as tlioy do in Baptist church.'where she continued in Stephenson. Miss Ada Oovur, of Ala tumt'm M V r.i KIN. F.nglantl. Can you at count for it, Mr. the land's service till death; and that baniii, has anived and will mako her Blaine'' A'ou might even have extended Ixird Whom sho accepted at the tender home with her father, Mr. Curtis Gover. A No. 1 W?i;liiiig:loii Co. LNTOTXCIS t your tour to China, the ginund model of age of Is was with her the nearly 30 Miss Maria Siuip-oof Danville, te visS:dc. leiiiatniug years of her life, and sustain-liar- iting Mrs. Bottie FturK Mjs. Jus. Mil- protection. How the dty old TO THE CITIZENS oVlINCOLN COUNTY. M larrn of 47( awres nn the Stanfrd res. mujtet' or 1'ie to crack, do loom up all arouml, ed her in death. Aftur tipnmpriatu ser l.r ii'ttiilii'd to Lewisbliri.' Wednesday. The mm contains u l'ike, t ruin from stinford uud in enc Will Curl.H .paid a short ?n',r Havins recently eiiuipped a fine Koller Mill in Stii'"' imams, and Mr. and Mrs. Will sell puMklj the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to mile of MtCormatks Cliurih Mr. Blaine! Did you llnd tlie Hugli-- h peo- ' vices by her pastor, M. c. large ciowtl of visit to menus ininuniru. .diss .vtttggiu l.i iri.iwt ni.lfflil.nr.. . h ' and chuniio mid is the w liter, attended by a equal in quality of flour, we think the utirens ol ple exceedingly terrilK'd lost their poor moiiiuiiig friends, she' was placed by the McItobeitS spent several dllVS tllO ailmitdiill the tavorut (.ruin niniriuu grown TUESIHAV, SEPT., shjuld have enough to 4, '88. the count)and sustain the county pridewish to inh! 'ioiiw. II i In Keiitucky vV'e same patronize laborer should be ruined by the pauper side of her husband, to await the cull of count iv witli Mrs. T. Mc Holmes. Mrs. outhuiiuiiigs I'ltniv u if ?tiB2 barn uiul 0o.t.era ,, in ;. tr whom it may concern that we are In tho The farm l well witerAl and under ol fence form ass, of Mobile, Ala., and Mis-- Lonnio hiin.titcufcutlvuinii or further pnrritult-N- , labor in the adjacent nations? Did they (Sod, when together they shall come '1 heie is n jooj market to buy )our wheat and cum and will al It a splendid ortlnrd and has Lau- - addn i:.s I'ovvki.l llll.lullt inc. KV Ikuku with four rooms and the butlnuldini:s are wa)s give the highest market price for same. We tell you deliantly, as docs Mr. forth unto the resurrection of life. May Guest, of Danville, arc visiting Mis. not rather t the Mine time and tiluru I will sell have added some new machinery to our corn meal t'ir.t iliss the two sons and live daughter- left be- ra Moore. deuartment and can now make meal to suit any Gladstone, that they feat the competi- hind eoinlort themselves with these a lot of mult, andiiiiilcs J VMKS (H)VKK, Stanford, Ky person It cannot be equalled by any other mill 45 td Ckntii vi. Xohm vi. School and Business tion of no country as long as it is under words. J. M. Coi.km.vx. this icinil) We solicit a trial in our Hour and All having grain in our line meal department Maion, Mo., Aug. 21, l.sss. College, l'leasuieville, Henry Co., Ky. the withciing blight of protective taiiftV To the Farmers of We3t Lincoln, for sale will please cill at the Mill, where our agent w ill be fuun at all times, w ho will give the Fnll session opens Hist Tuesday in Sept., They have reasoned 011 the question of Casey and Elsewhere. best prices for same, ilran and shipstufT alwa)t An Elegant Substitute freo'trnde, they have put it into piae-tkpays table boanl, room lent 'HS; W. X l'OTTS. in stock. Slip.., Stanford Holler Mill Co Having 1ren authorised b Mr C (' VnuArs. clcaily that For oils, salts, pills, and all kinds of bitter, and tuition forten weeks. lVivutc board and they peiccive vety if 1 dale, proprietor of llustOiivlllc Roller Mills, as his jji tf nautcom medicines, is tlio very agreeable J2 )er week; loom rent ."Oe per week.1 Dfjcnt fur the purchase of vtheat in this section of tlie superior development of tlie coui try, I cull with confidence on my old and tried' THE FLORENCE COMPANY Business College equal to any in the and the supeiior advantages liquid fruit romody, Syrup of Figs. friends of the f.irmin' public to set mc before by loading Physicians. Manutheir crops elsewhere. Having bien in .Music and Ait taught State. Schools of ncquiicd by their genius ami energy tho trade about twenty ).ars, I am familiar with feel vvjrranted, therefore, ill the places them in position to lear no iivui.i factured only by tlio California Fig Syrup by artists of Ability. Short-hanthe Imsinuss declaration that I will be able to tiulitate the Francisco, Cal. and Type-- riling taught by comAVhilst on principle they would lie glad1 Company, Snn I have bought the right to sell the Florence tr niNter of our crops to the advantage of all con1 Washing Maclune and am now prepared to furnish j5 J II GKl.KX For sale bv A. l. Penny, Stanford. petent teaclieis. Three bundled and to see fiee trade among the kindled race .i, n cerned all who may wish to save their clothes from the matriculates last year. We twenty-livrubbing and tearing incident to the old process of in Ameiica, yet in policy it is the only Syrup of Figs washing, lake one and try it and he convinced. have the school and at living prices, t they dread. WANTED. danger I'll not worry you about Imving unless you are fulov,-true, laxativo. It is tlio Send for catalogue. Address J. B. Sely satisfied a. to its merits, Mr. Blaine, the people undeistand la Naturo's '1 he undersigned have purchased the Florence hiiibrcc, a resident of Stanford, Ky , rt)ton Washing machine and after a thorough tr.al, we your mock sympathy for the laboring molt easily taken, and the most offectivo ciefcL. President. died on the 4th da) of laj, 1888, leaving ionsidOleanso the System er.ibk est nc forilistrihuiiun .iiuont; his heirs. The take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, man; they have weighed you in the bal- - remedy known to decedent had three sisters, Klizaheth, Mary and and without hesitation pronounce it a success in lhat IlucUins Ccnivjli can be so quickly cured HeadI)Ily. ho left this count) about the vcar i,l. every particular, doing all that is claimed for it Shiloh'p Cure We Riurantce it. Mcltobctts Before this canvass is over the when Bilious or Costive j to dispel LEXINGTOM.KY. lij mice. Wm Daughcrt), j W. Wallaie, Dr. ISourne, Mirubeth and Mirv when last heard of were In 1J Ilabit- - .VfctiRS, Stinford; Crow imaki.trm Co., McKitmc),- E. factory hand will have ample oppurtuiu aches, Colds, and Fovprsj to Curo luir in this State and In that portion known as MrsS 1' Salter, A. C. Sine, Hill l'erkins, Lewis . .. ,ne may et. , ....1 nM.lt..AllAn TnrilA.ffnn "Pilot fif.. VV. Jones, Cr il) Orchtrd I he I'urcliase " Dolly whin last heard of was a Dudderor, J. K. Lynn, L. L. Dawson, C. Vanoy, -uii.iv.u.., ...b-..-.tv to percetvu tliat vvnereas resident of Kans is. Any person luviiic any In. Mrs. Aniauda I'eak, (tearge l'ejton, Alex Sleepless nights made mLeraMa bthat leinblo I" C. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, K, i'formation as to the present residence af the above cent, more than the Fuglish In- Manufactured only, by tho California Fig couuli. blnloh's Cure is the remedy for ou 30 per named ptrtlcs or their heirs, will ptcnie write 10 K. Harrow, A. M. I'cJanjJ and many others. FranciBco, Cal. & Stags, Stanford; Crow & Co, Mc iC& yet enbaii(edexpuncH under high Syrup Company.JJun me ut Stanford, Lincoln county Ky. M.F. Mclloberts boier, Headquarters at S. S.Mjers' store. JOHN M. HAIL, K teenier 47 For miIo by A. II. Tunny, Stanford. Kinney; K. W. Jones, Crab Orchard. turiil' nioto than consumo this, besides! low-cu- t linciip-tioiiH- the labor is harder and longer, and strikes and lockouts frequent; the fanner and farm hands, merchants anil professional men, of the people, will be so enlightened that they may perceive that nowheiois this tnrill' to them, but that by its oppressive exactions, yearly, hundieds of millions are wrested from them and transferred to tlie coders of your boon companions, the monopolists and inillionaiies. Thee, Mr. Hlaiuc, are the truths and facts in tlie case; ami tlie people will leant tliat the frantic appeals and assertions of you and your cabal are entitled only to the credence of your statement tliat you were becietly married in Ken.1. S. Kkitkut. tucky. Mt. Veinou, Aug. L'Oth. CLOTHING I FOR ONE WEEK ONLY! to-da- ( g, dam-nge- d nURPAXINTWO hob-nobbe- d llig-ges- t, COMPELLED TO SELL OUT! The time to Leave Approaches y, henrt-brok-e- n I ; Col-fathe- r. HERE IS A HUMMER , t. -- I ,'.'. ,;',, I'm-- - cnr-lui- il hs () lut-e- J j ry , 1 il"' 'tr e Win I 1 k. lirst-clas- tck-gr-.t- ni tit-nt- POWDER 1 Absolutely Pure. H I rc-ve- rut- - 1 "' li Ow-ile- ,1)1 , 111 i 1 V BMCK 1 one-tiii- ) I I I I- j 1 House and Acres ' d. 1 - Read and Digest For This Week Only at the following unheard of prices: I will close out lot No. Men's fine Dress Suits, former prices $16, $18 and $22; this week your choice for $12 50. This lot comprises the very finest foreign and American worsted diagonals. Lot 2: Men's extra fine Cassimere, Cheviots and fancy Worsted, full suits; former prices $12, $14, $16, $18; take your choice this week 02 ly for $10 in the entire lot. Lot 3: Fifty Business Suits in all the different styles, sacks, frocks, &c; former prices $10, $12, $13 50 and 15; take your choice this week only for $8. All Boys' and Children's Suits at same reduction. of cost 300 pair Pants at price. Shirts, Hats, Dry Goods, Shoes, erything in these departments at prime cost. Cash only buys these Bargains. I must sell, and I need the money. Here is a chance for you to double your money, by calling without delay at the Mammoth Clothing and Dry Goods House of 111 I 11111111115 111 ' i.-t- f . u, ohe-tnut- s, d Farm For FOB, SAILS. -- I t i&lZ'J &. 111 , .1 i 111 v 1 e, Anglo-Saxo- n cd Sf Telcg-i.iph- y w CREJLM 11 WASHING MACHINE 1 v e ' u -, HEIRS v - .! ... . ., .., .Vr - , i IV j ' -' I Ilolti-cla- 'Sftys , A- - 1 f mi ,Tn iiihii ijHw ! ' . ',i ftwyiv wnnrii '"". :"v; fwiMWiH tin -- I III".' ..fr- T1 -i '- -' p- -r it .11 lyy wiMijnf mmfi nttyi if iiniww Capt. Nat Kinney, organizer of tho gave the lights of her experience and Findikm no chance to indulge in his with a democrat on tho Bald Knobbers of Missouri, was shot adde.1 to the lights on tho question. Tho prohibition question, and not caring, wo. and instantly killed at Ozark by William hour and n half given this question was that organization, i evidently irofitably employed opine, to debate it with a republican, Mills, an Stanford, Ky., August 24, 1888 Uro. Hallou embraces the opportunltyof-fere- d When thieves fall out honest men begin WKONKSOAV. A committee wasappointed, composed him to indulge his other propensi. to get their dues. Comelison's eighth application for a of Miss Kdith Morgan and W. F. Nllcs ty tatottht tcribauli with our amiable F selves as the target. Since it is a rather writ of habeas corpus was refused by and W. F. McClary to revise tho proharmless undertaking and he is pretty Judge Hoke on the grounds that ho had gramme. Ninety minutes were devoted clever with his pen, wo are always ready no jurisdiction and the virtual murderer to tho discussion of grammar, Messrs. to givo him a bIiow at tho largest audi, of Judge Held has been taken back to Yates, Hughes, Chappell, Gooch, Bogle, Niles, McClary, Misses Morgan, Kuoch ence it is possible to secure in this sec- the Montgomery jail. Joe Quinn and Mrs. Denny participating. Flder J. O.v his wny to Port Huron, Michigan, tion, through tho medium of newspaper. Dan Lyous, who murdered Hon. Allen G. Thurinnn was received We repeat that the democratic platform over a woman, was hung at New York B. Gibson being present, by requesttook with a perfect ovation at every station says nothing about prohibition this time, Tuesday. He appealed to tlie governor part in the dipcussiou. In the afternoon Educational Psychol-- 1 his train stopped. During thu firet day and it is only by implication, rather re- to let him oirtill after January 1, to ho of mote, that the question is at all consid could go by the electricity route, but ho ogy was ably and eloquently treated by out he made ten speeches, all models compact, sound and sensible utterances, ered. All democrats regard it as a pure- was refused. He died like a, brute, Prof. Yates. Although a subject new to which is doing pretty well for a man ly moral one, to bo regulated by com- shocking the sheriff by remarking "That our ordinary Institute programme, yet under the masterly treatment of the lecclaimed by the subsidized organs to bu munities outside of politics. Uro. Gal- rope's too light to hang me." turer it was developed into a valuable, tiiC in his dotage and on the vergo of dissolu- lon's memory may bo better than ours, DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. . improving and beautiful topic. The tention. His definition of the taritf was so and we consequently do not deny that plain that the wayfaring man though a Mr. Wntterson claimed tho defeat of proF. W. Ilandman has added corn and dency of our educational work is decidedly upward. The antiquated system of fool could comprehend. Said he: "A hibition in Texas as a democratic victo- tomato canning to his beer bottling busbirch and bigotry, mental darkness half- tariff", my friends, is nothing in this ry, but if he did, that docs not settle it iness. world but n tax levied by the general by any means, since as good democrats Mr. W. G. Dunlap, of Lancaster, re- illuminated, and unreasoning hostility begovernment upon importations brought as Mr. "Wattereon were arrayed on both publican candidate for Congress, was in tween preceptor and pupil is rapidly passing away, and we are obtaining betinto the United States for sale, the effect sides of the question down there, which town Wednesday. of which is to raise the price of every is pretty good evidence that it was not The meeting of Mr. Barnes still con- ter results by more rational means. Tlll'liSDAY M0I1.V1N0. commodity that is imported, and also considered from a political point of view. tinues with no abatement of interest. It An hour and a half was given to the price of all domestic commodities of Good democrats have always arrayed is probable the meeting may close on the consideration of Physiology and Hygiene. the same nature made within the United themselves on tho sido of temperance, Saturday. States. This tax is paid by the consumDr. A. W. Johnstone's now hospital A large nymber participated, notably when it is morally presented, but when er of the article. When your State tax occupancy. Mrs. Tarrant, Mrs. Steger, MIkh Morgan it is clothed in tho garb of a third party building is nearly ready for and Messrs. Hughes, McClary, Niles and is levied, it is levied on property; it is movement and is sought to further the It is a model of neatness and conven- tho conductor. The subject, of course, paid by property. Tho man of much ience throughout. ends of designing men, they will not deproperty pays much more than tho man Mr. Kerr, a theological student, fell culminated mainly in a presentation of sert the party which was founded almost the deformity of "the 'cuss' of the age." man ot no ol little property, and tne at tho beginning of our national life and nearly !!0 feet this morning from a pear The first subject after ieces was property pays none at all. But a tariff unconscious. Dr. is destined to continue to control the tree and was picked up is u tax paid by tho consumer of the Tucker rendered profecsional attention "Good manners and good morals," which policy of our government. protected articles. He pays it, not and says tho extent of the injury cannot was treated by Mfss A. L. Stuart in an essay .ot up in her usual winning style. not to any officer of to the Tub passage of tho Chinese bill, the yet be told. Histhe government, but he pays it in tho object of which is to enforce the (stipulagla.ss window in tho This was succeed by I'nited States The line plate tory anil Geography. Tho latter called price which ho gives for every protected tions of treaty negotiated by the presi- front of Rowland's shoe stoic was broken Flour-llnr-re- ls Molasses-- , Sugar- introduced article that ho buys. It is a tax that dent and his Secretary of State, with an Monday night. Tho thief who took the up an interesting discus-ion- , Mins Maggie Hroun in a clear and takes hold of everything, from tho crown important amendment by Gov. McCrea-ry- , risk only got one pair of shoes for his by K. thoughtful and suggestive presentation. of your head to the soles of your feet; is due almot entirely to the skillful trouble and they were for the same foot Prof. Yates followed on the topic of that taxes your hats, your coats, your parliamentary tactics of that gentleman. and of different shape. In the general disctisxiuu, vests, your breeches, your boots, your Tho treaty absolutely prohibits Chi"drippingIsprings. Messrs. Gooch, Niles, Graves, Chappell, shoes; that taxes every implement that nese laborers from coming to this coun.Mrs. larrani. ine last noted nor reCUKAAI KRKEZEKS you use in your mechanical and agricul- try and furnishes the relief long prayed On account of the doubtfulness of tural operations. And now to tell me for by the people of the Pacific Coast. the weather, I will not run tho excur- marks with the reading of an approprithat to take a laboring man and tax him The Washington dispatch after telling sion train to Dripping Springs, but all ate and beautiful selection and a touchfrom the top of his head to the soles of how Gov. McCreary engineered the bill those who will buy round-tritickets on ing valedictory responded to by the Inhim on everything adds: The passage of the bill, coming Friday, the IJlst of August, or on Satur- stitute in a rising vote of thanks to Mrs. his feet, and to tax that he uses in his trade, and to tax him upon the heels of the pats,igc of his day the 1st of September from l'banon, Tarrant for the efficient aid she had givheavily, is a benefit to him, seems to me kind Bill, which will restore millions of Ky., Junction City or Stanford to Crab en in former days ami her kindly visit to be nothing else than absurdity. Of acres to their rightful owners, and his bill Orchard for Dripping Spring-- , will be now. In the afternoon Supt. J. A. Rogle dis all tho humbugs by which men are at- providing for an international congress kept at the Springs from !J to 5 days at cl tempted to bo deceived, this humbug of of the fifteen republics of the Western per dav, and there will be no charge for cussed the school laws in a very compri TI2A the laboring man being benefited by a Hemisphere to promote commerce and conveyance to or from the Springs, and bensiveand instructive manner and was A 1 listened to with evident interest by tho high protective tariff is tho greatest I trade, is a tall feather in the Governor's the amount of their H. H. fare will bede-- 1 teachers. T. R. WALTON'S. ever heard of." cap, and he is being congratulated on all ducted from their bills. This isthosanto as the promised excursion, only you Thkiie has been quite a shakingup in sides. The following worounanimouslvadopt-ed- : NICE CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS come on the regular train. Danville, the Danville Advocate ownership. S. m bicMiren of the Ibanon Standard Lexington, Nicholasvillo and Huston-vill- e Oca G. Boyle, who has bought a half interest Rf.oi.vei), That we tender our appreT. R. WALTON'S. Times extend their sympathy totlte parties can come from Junction Ci- ciation to our worthy Supeiiutondeiit in the Kentucky Stock Farm, has sold and editor of this paper, which is gratefully ty, and it will cost them no railroad fare his interest in tho Advocate to Messrs. he not have a coming or returning to that point. for his kindness to the teachers during H. E. Woolfolk and Col. C. H. Ander- received, and asks: "Can & the Institute ami hit untiring efforts to of comfort from the recollection of Please inform me which day you will make it i oth pleasant and profitable. . son, who with its founder and mainstay, bit which was come, Fridav or Saturday, so 1 will know T. R. WALTON'S Mr. J. R. Marrs, will conduct it on its Gov. Hendricks' carbuncle, '.', That we extend our thanks to Prof. finally declared to bu 'nothing but a how many carriages to have at depot. established policy of publishing all the Yates for his zeal and interest manifestbile V" I now have plenty of room either in ed in educational work and for the able news and commenting on current events darned ! cottages or Hotel for all who want to and efiicient manner in which he has public men and measures in the and Ji'imik Tm'itMA.v spoke at Port Huron, rifiy-unAcict i'l l.tnt, imnily in jiati, with fairest manner. It is said that Mr. W. Mich., Wednesday to many thousands come. conducted the exercises. tmal hwnte on it. 4 milei on Crab Unharrf If it. 1,000 visitors at J. Lyle, who has been solicitor and trav- of people. It was a grand effort, by the There have been over .'I, That Ave feel encouraged by the Tcrm.;cay T K WAI.'IO.V eling correspondent for the Advocate, erandest man of his dav. and we shall Dripping Springs this season. progress the teachers of Lincoln county 1 will only meet the trains reguiany m jmVt. matIu ,illrinr the past year and will go with Mr. Boyle, both of whom from tilllu to timo J,ive ainplt. t.xtracts CrabOu-haron Tuesdays', Thursdays l0,,0 tlmt their motto will be ""Onward we regret to lose from this section. The from it( if we ,io not print it entire. If abavr i net wild I villi trnt the bon.c a and Saturdays after this date. accession oi inai excellent young demoand I'pward." rcauMMhle figure. T K WALTON. D. G. SLAuaimnt. Respt., One of Madison's unsophisticated crat and cleverest of gentlemen, Col. An4, That we feel truly grateful to Mrs. Lebanon Standard and Danville Adderson, to the newspaper field is tliesub-jec- t youths, who went on the Old Point ex- vocate pleace copy. D. G. S. Tarrant for her visit to our Institute and of gratulation, and wo welcome him cursion, told French Tipton in great confor her touching ami earnest words of CHURCH AFFAIRS. with pride to tho ranks. The Advocate fidence on his return: "We had a heap sympathy and encouragement for the will lose nothing, to say the least, with of fun going in washing with the girls." Klder Joseph Ballon will preach at teachers of Lincoln county and also to him on its editorial staff. Elder John I tell Gibson for assistance Parksville Sunday morning and night. NEWS CONDENSED. rendered. Elder Martin Owens writes that his Mahoxe has succeeded in running The Philadelphia mint coined Il.OOO,-00- 0 meeting at Providence continued 0 days 5, That the thanks ol uiislutituteare John S. Wise out of Virginia but a negro cents last month. duo and hereby cordially tendered to W. and resulted in 14 additions. named Langston seems to have stopped Harrison Klliott was fatally stabbed A Georgia preacherbaptized his wife P. Walton of tho Ixtkkiok Jornx.w. for intokWise's shoes as a disturbing ele- at Morehead by Frank Harris. last week and it is spoken of as tho first his uniform courtesy and kindness man- Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Cart3 and Spring Wagons, ment for tho repudiator. He threatens The committee on Pensions reported instance of tho kind on record. ifested toward tho great school work and the best assortment we have ever had, embracing' over to take the negro vote from him, and in a bill to give Mrs. Sheridan SVIOO per Rev. A. W. Meachniu, a member of especially for his attentions during the his extremity Mahono has appealed to year. the Bethel Baptist Association, has re- present session. Fred Douglas to help him, who has reMas. M. F. Denny, 1 The republican Senate refused by n cently celebrated tho "of sponded by sending a proclamation to majority of three to ratify the Fisheries Miss Mittik Chow, his service as a minister, during which J W. F. Nii.es. the negroes to desert Langston and stick treaty. time he hat joined 1,100 persons in matProf. YntiB offered a fine gold ring as Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of tho better to Mahonc. We shall see which is the Hilly Cole, who shot two men at a rimony and baptized Ho is the a prize to the teacher thatiould spell the most powerful the old negro or the grades, and includes some of tho very best vehicles mado for the dance near Guide Bock, Neb., was taken father of Charles M. Meacham, late of young. largest number of 20 words selected by from jail by masked men and hanged on the Hopkinsville Kentuckian. him. They were about nt difficult as trade. Come and see our goods beforo making your selections. A itGi'UDUCAN said to us, "Wo don't a railroad bridge. any in tho dictionary, but Miss Kate Bo- You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. expect to beat McCreary, but wo want n Teachers' Institute. Herman Duhme, head of the gle, who is a chip of the old block, spellto mako him put up tho boodle." It will Prof. Shacklett did not come and Prof. Cincinnati, is jewelry Jinn at man than has been dead at 70. He canio to this country G. A. Yates, who happened to drop in ed every one of them and won the prize. take a much better Miss Kate is an unusually bright girl and spoken of for the nomination yet to pre- from Germany in lSIJI. on a visit, was pressed into service as issaid to bo the best secrctaryof any that MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. vent our candidate from winning hands The Hoods have been very disaster-ou- s conductor, and as ho always does has ever filled a similar position lieie. down, ,even if the republicans should in many parts of the country, par- filled the difficult position with credit to The teachers tell us that this has been have a strong ally in the prohibition can- ticularly in the South where thousands himself nndjto the satisfaction of Supt. the most pleasant and profitable Instididate. No, deluded vote sellers, Mc- of acres are inundated. Bogle and teachers. tute they have ever attended. A large Creary needs no boodle to carry the 8th MX'OXIl hay. A C. & O. freight train went thro' number is present and will compare in any combine. district over Notwithstanding the extremely a small bridge near Olive Hill. A brake-ma- n good looks with any crowd that has ascharacter of the weather, there sembled was hurt and an unknown tramp here. There are several ladies The democrats of the tltti District in was a fair attendance of teachers and an stealing a ride was killed. that are unusually handsome. convention assembled at Maysvillo nomThe A tree across the track near O.ik-dal- o interesting scries of discussions. The law allows the Superintendent to inated Thomas II. Paynter, of Greenup, derailed an entire passenger train first subject up was Writing, which was tax the teachers from $1 to $2 for Instifor Congress, on tho 42d ballot. He led on the Cincinnati Southern, slightly in- luminously considered by Conductor tute purposes. Supt. Boglo split the difin tho balloting from tho start with Hon. juring fivo passengers and doing consid- Yates, his presentation being supple ference and charged them 1.50. Green It. Keller, of the Carlisle MercuA. C. mented by Miss Morgan, Messrs. Niles, erable damage. Owing to our inability to attend, this ry, a good second. Paynter is said to bo The allotted DO At LaG range, Mich., a polo fell out McClary and others. report is not as full as we would wish. a capital man and well equipped to reof a balloon into tho crowd, killing two minutes was consumed in discussions Supt. Bogle and secretary, Miss Kate deem the district, which tho democrats boys, Charles Graftmillcr, son of Jacob and illustrations of tho subject; and the Bogle, have our thanks for a look at their i promise shall bo done. Graftmilleraged nine years, and Gilbert result evidently was a determination to notes. givo thn matter more nttention and to go A i.Aiioi: number of the teachers lion- -' Cvxtuiaxa took on a virtuous spasm Appleton, aged l." years. 25Y12! .. Reuben Giililmn, of Trigg county, got beyond Dogberry's Wise axiom that ored our invitation to come in audseeiis . Sunday and so strictly enforced the law f tffri Ait' .Nfrr; riti'n conies by natur'," for its observance that people had to go his sweetheart's letter from tho postollco "Readin ami print this edition last evening and gave outside of town to buy their newspapers. and refused to give it to her. She had and add the assistance of taste, philoso- us much pleasure and themselves some There are some things that ought not to him arrested and tho criminal court this phy and pi actieo in tho cultivation of profit thereby. this useful and ornamental art. The afbe done on Sunday and some others that week fined him &S7.o0 and costs. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. The news of another terrible disaster ternoon was consumed mainly by the ' " should be done and it is .not likely that Ji 'I "T" i imW' mm ik.' Ml the people will long submit to this re- on sea conies from San Francisco. Tho consideration of Arithmetic. The subOceanic ran into tho City of Chester at ject exciteil great interest and elicited turn of the Blue law regime. tile entrance uf tho bay, which sunk in evidence of a bioad acquaintance with Or New Vork. Gov. McCuiiaky thinks that Kentucky oO fathoms of water, eturying down .'II of the topic, original conceptions of its valTor will send u solid democratic delegation her passengers. ue, ingenious simplifications of its diffiGRAND JUBILEE celebrating the Settlement of the northwestern Territory. this-yeaand that the old to Congress Tho convention in the 10th had not culties and proving that there is poetry G. will be rolled up for nominated a candidate for Congrow) at even in mathematics. Tho burden of time majority Of Ohio. Cleveland & Thurman. It begins to look-tha- t last accounts. The first ballot stood: this discussion was borne mainly by the Tor ConurcMi, way, that's a fact. C. R. Brooks, of Mt. Sterling, 'S.l votes; gentlemen, though the ladies were in15. F. Day, Mt. Sterling, '20; J. I). Black, terested auditors. Messrs. Yatos, Niles, 52. Is the anguish of his soul, Bruce participaChamp, of tiie Paris News, exclaim, of Knox, Hi; D. D. Sublett, of Magoiin, Tanner, McClary and Chappul Of Miullion. Miss Morgan ted most extensively. "Kvorv i iron stoin to skirk us." Semi-Weekly Interior Journal eaeocthcn Iwptendx, W. WALTON. WITH SUPPLEMENT. CIotMnG -- AT CUT FjRIOESS During h 1 il Remainder of THIS MONTH ONLY IISMUOIIil & M'MdDBBSMTS ? Good and Clean and C for Sale Cheap. T. Walton. Map-Drawin- g. ICE T. B,. W-AXTOIT'- p Extracts for lee Cream T. R. WALTON'S. ELEGANT GREEN Fruit Jars Sealing Wax H FOR SALE c -- FOR RENT! j BUGGIES, CARRIAGES ! semi-centenni- 4,1-Sii- . well-know- GEO. D. WEAKEST, MAJST'G'R. unfa-vorab- le SMNFQRD PMKMG MILL CO. Flooring, SidinH, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, Uraekels, Scroll Work, Frames, Sash, Doors, ISliuds, Veranda Work, Etc. SINE, Superintendent. f CmciWNATX jpLY4aio M r A IMA. i GROYER CLEVELAND, ALLEN THURMAN, 'r, r JAMES Mccreary, EXCUR&IIONI as5fflg!ai88S8Mg& BATES FROeiFAO;"?OBWY"8. UNSURPASSED PISPBAy . ?, Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal nua. ManaRor AnoUT'-'OOlnifilie- for wile. u:. c. walton, W. II. Mii.i.kii has sold to Mra. C. J. of white seed ryo llailoy his residence on Lancaster street K. Urucc. . for $2,600. FinrtT jiirn of (several vniictietj nt A. A. lB NKW ADVEIITISF.MKNTS. J. mtmm r3a IPXlrXCiEjt EEW FURNITURE STORE I M(AUK WCfl,l'MAr?, PRDT Wurren'H Model Grocery. Two nr.vDiir.i) tihii'vami good brick STANFORD, KY speech for the Sunday-schoo- l. Stanpoud, Ky., Auounr '24, 1888 for Rile. Call on .1. V. Haughinan. Tiik wile of J. J. Newland, deceased, is Office on itrcet In room recently va The II. 0. KxpresH i the wifest and advertised for Thursday, .September 6th, cated by Ur V. II. l'cnny. PubllBbod Rvory TuondBy and Friday. cheapest. Give it a trial. A. T. 1SSS, at bin Lite residence near 1'ieach-ersvillagent. AT ! " SU PJBU YJ(!AH,IKADVANOK Wai.i. I'apiiii. We liave received and Oi'it new fall hats and otlfor fall goods Thorauill bo a meetini; nl tho ttockholdtn of PWhtn not 10 uij $2.00 will be charged.! opened a la rue and new lot of wall paper. will be in in a few days and we cordial- thcStanlordund 1'ri'jchvri.ville Turnpike at the e a p & Crultr. on September OuHley ly invite tho ladies to call and examine. county court In Stanford at of in Hoard ol Direcday, lur diction a tor! for the emulnv ve.ir. The nlagc mail route between here and CouiUitCo. 5S HUGH SAKGEANT, Sec'y. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mich a crop of l.ancator Inm been resumed, wuaro glad Thkiii: was hardly ever tiI jipm towiy, Mr. A. T. Nunnelley contractor' watermelons in this section and prices Mil train soing North .. South jipm are correspondingly low, a nickel being 37 pm I prei train " Suuili Wu.t. Tki:ii:u.s, negro, was lined $'2' good for ipiite n large- one. North J7 o jom .... Local Freight North..,......, ...ojjpui and given "0 dayn in jail for carrying a M)iim Til kiii: is some complaint that the corn The latter train aUo cany lut.enfcrt. concealed deadly weapon and for disorThe hoe iicalculaled on ManJard time. So!ar derly conduct on the Htreet. This put fell badly during the rain, but there's Unit it about o minutet taMcr, him in forlo davH, iih he will have to enough left standing to make us all the bread nnd whisky wo want. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. work the line out in the chain gang. Co I.. Iln.t. has promised KplicHUH picnic on the 8th to attend the and make a SURGEON DENTIST, t Nun-nelle- y, IpV 8 fl fl e. in Turnpike Election court-hom- m m CHEW TOBACCONET. NOTICE! Train leave Howland nt and return at 6 p m and liopu .Shot. Whit Montgomery, who liven near Crab Orchard, hot a man who uiIIh MEArTsjjusiTiEssT hiuiHcHTom Collin- - in the shoulder and repaired ami neck while the latter was stealing applet Watiiim ami jewelry warranted. A. II. Penny. in Moiitgonicry'8 orchard on Wednesday Tiiuhevt place to buy drug, patent night. The wound are not couriered ltu'ilIcincH ami lollct artielett in at A. II. in and fo a m 9 9 IIavk nlready received and am daily receiving a line of the most desirable fall and winter suitings the market a (lords. Call and examine them. II. C. Hupley. 9 Will keep constantly onlnnd a large and select lino of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods can be bought in the cities. Give rae a trial and you will be convinced that I sell lower than tho lowest. 9 r Thursday till Tuesday the rain fall in IMiisvillo was (I inches, nearly dnngerou. half of it falling in one night. There renny'ri. FARM FOR SALE. Ink, tablet. U. I. Thompson against was equally as much here. The average Tut: ruit of lluv your whool book, jmjkt, pcneilH ami wliool supplier! of all dipt. Kcnakcr to prevent hhn from August raiufull is .'1:60 inches. offer for 4IC Hi On account of I'llvl health, Kindt from A. It. IVnuy. tarm containing i.t acre' tannine lanu, well im drawing the 715 from the Louisiana For uear jo rc every ar I imarantoo nil vvatcheniind Thu rains let up Tuesday night and pro. til, and UIIUICS. timber land II. I . tiy KS, IlrflllUIIU4l IiOttcry, for which the former held the tit McKinmy, ticle of jewelry I ell to be just iw since there has been a decided coolness iounty, Ky lucky ticket and fold it for $10, law been A. C. IVnuy. in the atmosphere. Yesterday morning compromised by the payment to Itena- the mercury was down to oO nml nu SOMEWHAT PERSONAL merous overcoats ami sundry tires were Tin: 1. C. is indebted to the county of seen alwut town. K. Criin, of Somerset, is vMt-inMa-l. ON MONDAY, SEPT. 3rd, 1888, Lincoln for taxes before it was hold and Mrs. It. 11. Woods. llefore the F.i.iiioitATi: preparations are being lucky, at j I' M ,e e will door in Stanford, Ken offer at public tale MinsSviui: Ljnn, of Ixmlnville, is vis tho county court having authorized made at Crab Orchard Springs for the ooooti to Loud of Lincoln io.mty Lcaring $!, U Judge Varnon to settle the matter with MisM-Winy. tier cent Interest, rnvablc annually iting the Governor's Hall, which occurs T W VARNON, ) Mir-- M vttii: Dhnm, of Garnini, Is the the company without hitit, if possible, Com try. O COOI'rK, event is assured. Ijirge 54 Id a I) It. CARl'KNTEK, ) he went to Covington yesterday to con and memorable litict of the Misses (i rimes. parties will go from hero and the and Ijiur.i fer with the General Manager, Mr. U.K. Misik l.ri.i Witiii-.iitowns to swell the crowd that Iluntlui'tou. All the countieti along the ELLIOTT INSTITUTE! WitherH aio visiting in I.ancaster. will Ik; there. line, except this and IVdilleton, have Mim Maiiiiik Hoi.mi, of Crab KIRKSVII.I.K, KY. . compromiH'd at (15 cents on the dollar. Ciivc kKii. .Mr. C. .M. Young is visiting Mrs. L. M. Iisley. of Kmporia, Mih- Hki.i.i: I.ivimi-to.tells us that iu attempting") pull a FOR MALES AND FEMALES. I'iiomiic Samuel Jellcrs, of CaseV, stump out of the pike near Highland, is visiting Kentucky Iriends. Kansas, a half brother of Watt Fields, of this Mus. S. C. Tin kiikaiit, of Mlllereburg, Net iculon oten Au,ut 17, 1E88 Intruc-tioJames Flannery was struck on the head Ihoroujh, Including Creel, German, county, was on a visit to him this week, by the chain, which broke, and he sufWilli ner oroincr, .iir... n. .wjcrs. French and and in a conversation with him he told fered a fracture of the skull, that will Hoard per Weik a 75 Mil. G. II, Coorr.it and Miwi llelluCtxik a 00 10 4 00 Tuition per Month. a representative of this p.tpr that he likely prove fatal. .'. .. 4 00 Inttrumental Mutlc per Month have returned from Dripping Spring. Drawinc per Month 3 00 had i married '.'1 years and up to the iMUiuni; per .Mt,ntn 3 uo Mim S u.i.ik II acki.uv, of Cincinnati, sixth year of his married life no children Mimis. S. I.. Powi.itsiv: Co. have ilocd Addre MILT NKl.LIOtr. I'rincipal. l,na i vinitIiiK Miht.Io"i'pheiie Knule-ma- blessed the union. The Kirkitille, Ky year their store at Ijincastcr in order to open his wife presented him with twit's and a large store 'it Columbus, Ohio. The Mia.. W. T. Wkiki.y, of Shelbyille, U LAND FOR SALE. for seven consecutive times thereafter store at this place will be under the maniitinit tlie family nf her father, Mr. II. she did the Mime thing. During the 16 agement of .Mr. Joe S. Jonos. Mr. J. I. W. (iaincH. 100 ji.rc 01, years since his first set of twins he has Swnin will manage tho one at Huiton- road half way the Sonierit and Crah Oorch.ird Viis. J.T. IlAiiKiinnd Mn. I.. II. Nun- liecn prcstnteil bv his wife with ill chil- ville ami .Mr. S. L. Powers will make good water on octwem the two places. Well of the place Half c t.tred and 30 in Krat. A sod outlet for rm,p, hojs ihitim: relatives in nelley have liecii headquarters at the one at Columbus, hthulieep dren. .Hid W V.. WAI.LACK, (lark and Fayette. Oahncy Ky. but will spend most of his time visiting Til vt burglar continues to get in his Di:. A. S. 1'itirK hurt arrived ami isready his various stores. you in the dentistry line nt his work, noMvitlistatiiling the warning givto 1 en our merchants. He effected an enolllcc on I.imiiNter htreet. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Headquarter nn I.ancatter rlreet frall kindu has returneil to trance into McHobeits A Stagg'n Wed-Mil- -. I. C. Smiiimik Kruii, Camlirt, llutter and F.lijah ,s. F.lmotv and Mi.s Annie, of I'rrtli ViKetahlca, Kollt and hj2l!s, Fresh CaVti, the country, after a weck'n vIm'I to her cm lay night ami got all the change in t.rocvtiet on thisktrcit money drawer, some $1 or So. All daughter of Win. Arvin, were married of all kitiilthat Alto are allowed to nt keep all kinds the histers, the MUsei IWaley. of dnnka e kic.i S' Mips.MTTii: I'avton returned from of the valuable jew'elry is put iu the Rife on the 21st. JT HARRIS Kobt. I)i"hon, a widower of '..', was liringing with her at night, so the thief had only the common stock to pick from. Ho seemed to nuirriisl yesterday to .Mis Mattio In r aunt, Mr. Mary Dunn. I'niriiT. a maiden of ID. Nit lolled, however, only M vt in; and Maooik Wiii.mi be very A of Samfnrit we will Pete Cuiii, !JS and a widower, was tell atexecutor residence on I.nvm, dec d, .'i Danhi l.ttc lie Stanford ir,ive it very enjuyable party to a number taking one out of a lot of four $10 silver Mile rike, militia) Ivtwun trie two tuivm, watches. Other small atticlcs may have united in marriage yesterday to Mrs. Manf their frielldt WedllcHlay night. discover- tilda June Hurgett, a pretty widow of L'7. ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1888, .1. .1. Mclt(iiii:n "bowed us a Ir'cii taken, but it has not CvMiiiin is evidently after money, letter from Florida, which is "perforated ed. The The following per.cn ,1 property! FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Setcn a and 3 fat 4 high gride in full of hole" iu a leaf of poMajro usiKM'iiilly, as at none of the stores has he hcifirft, 5 high (,'radeiou sand calves, 35 high taken auvthing cite of much value. Pure bred Southdown buck lambs trade ho, 75 high grade hecp, ctnmps. pair aRid m:ue nuili'., family nurse, a l,nri, A gain we advise the merchants to prefor sale bv F. Held. I.isiirn'1ii:iihi:k, of IhiIi-villMiNil.vt-Kline one. tine yearling liily, fine comllntd in.tre and colt, t brcoj mare t hirouche and pare or the very slick citizen. Mopped over on returning from The Ixxington Fair, the best fair iu haruew, buggy a ml lurnmi, pnng ttjgon 99 nnd harness, IJ'M k Cactte Spring", and is the guest of n:iu harness, For ten days past otliccrs the State, begins Tuesday. Akiiiivti.d. wheat drill, harrow . plows, liartetting r.iacliiiict Mis. ti. II. Cooper. c.,.Vi.. i6.icret of torn ill rleld ami 5 stacks ot Kntries for the Latonia stakes numhave been on the lookot for one V. M. new hasMn-.15. Wvi.t)n, Mm. .1. T.Craig ber lit" as against .".!L last year. Terms made known oud.iy of sale Jenkins, who, it is alleged, is wanted in MIIS I. IRWIN. J.. r. Annie MeKinney, Sue Helm, Atlanta for killing Dick Scully and for and J. C. Kubnnks it Uro. bought a nice t T I. l.ll.lwKI), Annie Dunn and Kllal.ee Vaughan went whom a reward of SlJOO isoHercd. lot of yearling cattle at Sl'I.oO from .Mr. to Danville yeetenhiy tohwir Uro. llarnch. got word thnt he was on the Mitrtin. PVatUC SA1LE OF Mn. W. N. I'oTTs.'of the Stitnfonl HollP. C. Sandidge sold Wakelield, More-lautrain Tuesday and armed with a wiit c2jC. catof 1, .t Co. 2 er Milln, thu founder of the Douunxa sworn out by a man named Sherley, who . Holler Mills at this place, camo up lat savs he shot him at Corbin, because he tle at I? etc. As i.xecutortbf the .l of Craig I.jnn, deccis- Ceo. 1). Wearen has bought lo.OOO cd. tve will on week to vifIt his daughter, Mrs. .1. II. charged that he had betrayed him by Kichnwiid Climax, bushels of wheat this season and is now telling that a reward was out for his SATURDAY, SEPT. '88, Mkk. M vttii: Koi.nuk who had been hand with Jailer Owens, paying 7" cents. Foil Kii.k. Four nice Jersey heifers till to the highest bidder .til the stock, crop nnd v siting the family of Lewis Dudderar when it arrived. The man was pointed fanning of wliii.li kaid dccideut did left Wednesday for her home In Ilrook-l.- out to the sheriir, but he refused to obey ami calves. No. 1 both in eolor and possets, implements K. II. Uurnslde. nt. X. Y. She is a daimbter of our his order to get nil the train and theolll- - form. worthy townsman, Mr. J. T. Ilarrie. tear old heifers. 4 milk tmv and caltes. about -I- t. II. it K. P. Woods Fold to I.. Hudcer had to pull him oil', though he did Mood hogs, j sows nnd pig, 6 brood mares, aud mule for $'.'00 ami Mux. s. F. II. Tvititv.vT, who has been son a line tired to ood jacks, ajatrcs of jiod corn 6,000 a shares stock ..,...) in i...i ... in. ...:...h.l.Mii, iln not resist much alter he4 ,looked down also !" extra line yearling mules at SI lit. liundlcsof mts, shares stoik the the Stanford com,,,, uuk n)1.bro I)iH. t)u, jnler,H Kollcr.Milts, 14 btaniord & tJe llJttIu of in Halls (lap iirnpike S l' HI! II II nun uuciry and harness, SlOOOeil Oil III Uichanl Cobb, Sr., sold to John tol. On beingsearehedoneor more pistols sulky turnini; plott, lhomas Hay Kake attend the Institute. She Is looking well were found on him and ho was hurried John-oof Uoyle, 14 head of lb., T'hoinas Harrow, mowing machine, nnd all the fanning implement usually kepten atttllregu-Uteand everybody, especially her extra good New York shippers at 4J ets to jail. Our reporter visited him there farm. glad to see her. of sale are and questioned him iu regard to the Longberry bearded Wheat, import- Terms inadc!knwu 0:1 dayK. l.YNN. Kxccutors. JOHN (J A: J Ili:v. S. S. MiHoiikiits. who has been charges ajjaiin-- t him. Ilendiiiitted having ed Noithern grown, for sale by A. van and Also it same abote, I will, as familiar with the nit'.iirs of the clerk's a quarrel with Sherly but denies de Water, Skinfold. Sample at Higgius' Administratrix timeA C. place as dee'd sell all the of i'uekir, ofllce for more than IK) years, was down that he shot him, and says that ho store. t, stock, crop nnd fanning implements of said consisting ol some cattle und horse stock, yesterday examining papers to settle a is innocent of murder at Atlanta or i1m.'- Mrs. Sallie II. Uailey, of Mitchells- - lot of ho,;st betttteli 3ooand 400 barrels ol corn, dividingliiio between Mr. T. H. Hill and wheie. As near as could bo judged by burg, writes that . I. T. Uailey beats Tom 16 stacks ol hay no bushels oiled oats, small lot wagon, moninu; ma rye, biiLrv:y nnil harness, others. Mr. McUoberts remembere dis- looking at him, Jenkins is It- years, ." Null's tomato, his weighing pound and cuine, Acme harrow, plows and many other lliinKs 'which cannot mention. tinctly what formed corners on the line feet 8 inches high, weighs 1".' pounds, 14 ounces. Terms made known on dav of sale. ",0 vcars ago, when he surveyed it, ami MRh AI.ICTUCKCIl. Dr. .1. K. Vanarsdale, of the Mil- ban dark hair and eyes, and heavy, black could describe them to Mr. Hill. He is inouMabke. He says ho is employed by ledgeville neighhootl, liai bought fiom MILLERSBURG year ami appears as bright lieorgo W. Noi wond Co., railroad con-- various patties in his HTtion a lot of 00 in his mentally as ever, though physically ho tnutois in Uoll county and that he has pound hogs at cents. FEMALE COLLEGE ! is somewhat impaired. njado M'vend tiips South after hands for J. 1.. Cogar has begun cutting his them. Ho was with a lot when arrehted. ciop of irOaeieh of tobacco, which is of Modoni Progressive School LOCAL LORE. It :..,.. .1.1 .1.... .. woman who ..1.,!..... ... 1... ........11....1 quality. ti. .......:.. ........ ...:i, illLu taught how to he his wife is boarding at Corbin, but u yield about 150,000 pounds. Midway Where your du5nti--F.mi'tv barrels at T. It. Walton's. romi: true woiiiun, atwell a :h .ruiiuhly instructClipper. says t no only wife he ever hud is cd in Ooto Owsley AiCiaig's for your wall last LITERATURE, SDIEJiGt, ART & MUSIC. were Pent to various points Sam Duncan, of Mercer, paper. eek ."0 acres of coi n at $2 per barrel, to Addrm unking about him. UKV. C. l'OI'E, President, 9 9 ur MRS S C TKUKHEAKT, Iu Jenkins' pocket was found a letter be fed down to hogs. .1. 0. Caldwell bus great variety at lillinery in Xi:w Lady I'rinclpil. 37 Courts it Cox's in a few days. Call and dated July '2'J, at lumoton, supposed to bought of D. 2C. l'revvitt,.to be deliveied Mlllershurs, Ky. s iu September, 7.') fat hogs at So per cut. signed "W. 1'." It bo in Alabama, see it. the eheeiful information that if he At Georgetown Monday theio were Don't let Uiuce & .McUoberts' clothing hadn't left when he did they would now :!00 cattle and n good eiowd. Young their oppoittinity jMnyou. See have him in the chain gang; that "it is st(H.. was j ,)0or llesh. Feeders sold at LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. job between you :'. to thought it was a put-ucents; yearling Meers $'2'2 to be a cer- and her to kill Dock." Jenkins had ev- .:' :Vi per head; yeiuling heifois Sl.'i to Tm: Loudon Uauk seems to 'I.CiO. Horse t ratio on the street sli in THE LARGEST AND FINEST tainty, moht of tho Mock having been idently taken oil some man's daughter, as her relatives had been there looking Hut few mules olleied. siilwribod. HOTEL IN THE CITY. for him mid her and had ollered a reII. V. Kinbry ban piuehnsud of Sen-- ( Ciiuu'h. Uingley i Co.'s Cireus !h wind offi'OO for his arrcht. Tho letter aior John D. Inn in l.'iO cattle at 5 cents. to spread Its tents hero Friday, clones with a lotiuest that he letuin the They will weigh about IJiOO; and of othRATES $2.50 TO 84 PER DAY. ACCORDSujijomber 7th. money that ho took away, about $7", njid er parties iu Miulinou enough to make a ING TO ROOMS: right koii. Nothing had been grand total of S50 head, at prices ranging Tiiiouth-bmuu- l pafciMiRor train kill- that he-- t even- from li to oj cents, and to aggregate) heaid fiom the telegrams to ed two line mules for 15. 15. & K. TURKISH i' RUSSIAN 11ATUS IN HOTEL. ing. S70,(H)0- .- Climax. night. Wednes-dnWoods Fiiom V 1 All perron having toll .irci.unii wltli Mri. Mil. ler ((ate keeper on the Stanford and Huitonville rlke, will come forward and letlle with lier.au she l goitiK to leive the K'ltc and wan in to settle all Kctpectlully, account! oeiore icavlnir CASH IS JOHN BOFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. er--- ,sF I repre-nute- d. f jytjger"-- e W ,B 4s fBftKV ffc nirr7rrflr , kirof-Ti-'CJ- . SALE OP SOITDS. Court-Hom- . i 11 neigh-Isirin- g s Or-(har- d, Ski-i.i- - v, m WSLUL WAJP-E.'B- . and FUBliTr B. K. 5rELH3SXsTo -- u n, i Hook-keepi- complete:stock always on hand. Ih-ci- Ir-ci- n. f NEW! NEW! NEW I A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. " loob: o'ctt ft. Of IMMIHE9 i. ye-terl- Kli&i-bel- li PUBILJCC SAJLU I Mi-wr- s - Ik-c- Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by Bakery, Restaurant and Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a Fir3t-Clas- s California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everything- in their lino, such-a- s Bread, Rolls, Pies, Ca3:e3 and the Best of Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Moala survod at any hour. Try their Ice Creara; it take tho Oake. Va do oar o;vn work. Come and buy at Sr3t hands. Satisfaction guaranteed. Respectfully, R. ZIMMER, Wholesale and Retail. ni-c- al tear-ol- d 1 1 i. 1 PLEASE OBSEP.VE THAT 1 1 1 - T. M'ROBERTSSTAGG A FICJ1UL aSSoMTMBIINT -- Mii-M- 's d I Sher-il.'Newla- d cm-loa- ds d STOCK. CHOP. or- ' ' TX7 A rnriTn?.Q iii 'J,iJKJ HT.nnTT.Ci VJJVvaiW) .T?V TTPrTPT I.A.U J. j I II uJ 1 V i, AND SILVERWARE. n. tt'MertttffMfd I 1 Having secured the services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watch- v,rith manv vcars' experience, all work done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the eye. i 1 j n, 0 QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & 1 Texas Pacific Railway.) OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. decc-den- KAVOKITE LINE IlUTvVKCN THU NOKTII AND SOUTH. LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, HOURS IN as i- 11 1 1 1 Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. 53-t- S-- M iV: 1 -- TIIISTJOXASSIIOrfcT JjIXK. CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN MAY 6, 1338. .' j ! . r HKAnDOWX. . . No ?. JjMJbl2-.ir- -t - l.. ..if iTT. Daily. " UKAD UP. No. 1. s .to. 4 Dally Ex. bun. uaiiy. 3. No. J. Daily. 7 ... STATIONS. . No. 6. trains north; t?o; 4. No. B. Dailv Dally. Dally. vv con-vev- 105, nni 11 .top I j jo pin' 111 y 51 a ml J 47 P ml 9 35 P ml 7 7 glT.iin oi pm. Stopm .Ciiiiiniiati jj a m 1vb...VVillumitown tJ pin advor-titH'inen- t. THE CtALT house, o jo pin loou p III t .j m 5 I i m 940 pra 35 P 59 Pra,i ..I ,.1 l" 1037 im J '."" ,u '5 ,ts 11 pm,, 'J a m ' "' u 35 a m ''""." junction uiiy ..I.'te ........ w.uiu..u K In I.'tc 513am A'rv 640am 64 pm in ,. p I nnii 600 pinll.,e.ChatcinooBi ..Ar'v 0 2 ij pm '.Vr'v ., ..AtlalU iiopm1 IlimitiKhan li 35 pin j 5P"i ' lopmil.'vc 'i"iiealooa 9 10 a in 0 .0 p m u 4S a in najpin 4l.tmAt'v. .Meridian ....l t 4 10 m 6 pa ml 9 30.1 m,Ai'v.New Orleont...!. 900 pin ' v Li a m l.'ii .Meridian... Ar'v ro eo in l.'v ..J..ekon 3 10 JJm' 3 ij p in.......... ...OvLdale Ar v...Chattanoos.i. i iq in j,. 4o.i in.4 ij pm 7 ton 348am J 3a a in j 30 10 p ulain j ja p m lij. in 05 n,ri 9 jjpmtn jjam m a mi 1 1 jj m 600 pm ......'830.1111 4Jipm I HI 7 300 pm .1 in m m j4 1 . , ,11 1 1 pm m pin 7 lop 900 .pm .. 3 1 1 t2 4 im in 111 .1 .1 w ., ,.r 4cr m ' ,0 p m s i jl in! nn im 10 4 11 . .. . pre-Hiri- 1 t.'vo....'ii.l.liirK. M'inlue 4 aapJU I.'i" .! Ii,pm Ar'v....8hrtfJorl 11 ij., in -- ....... p pm 111 Pll I rr in 1, N. 11. T'rtln N jlrava H1 Chatuintios l m. 1'. M.. wJi-Man Woud.ur II u (Tift Sleeping In' it , ' -- II a ti, d .i.- - rd .n jnitesi 3 CiMitaim 4X ., v. ' I 1. i JOHN C.llAfl.T, . lleiural Mdiiacr, ' Ci ,: i on 2 tram. II COI.I.IIlt AN, I 1 I lii'ti. uf '.1 I At- HOI I.. ( k, Vift n rml .cii limit n rl I 'lh bifid, C11.111 nan. (Iln i.m n i V'. 1, k"K ipMi'M1""' "v;" Mr.vKtntj:'naM(iiri scaaWlWisffi Tlrz V Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Democratic Platform. STRANGE TO RELATE. As alligator killed tho other 'lay nt Dads City, Flu., weighed ix hundred pounds uud wns fourteen feet long. Upon being opened tlio saurian vm found to coutuln anothor alligator six feet In length. Htuanou mid Interesting pctrcfactlous were at a lute date being taken from stono quarries near Alton, Rl. Geologists have determined somo of them to bo of hugo of u very remoto date. A rcTdogut Chico, Cul., was lately given a forty-mllrido down a flunio in tho mountains. A raft was made upon which '.ha dog was placed und in three hours' time was taken safo and sound from It at bis destination. A cunious tllseaso of tlio cyo has developed among clgarctto smokers which yield only to long and careful treatment. It is called "clgurotto oye," and Its symp toms are dimness und imperfect sight, over which glasses have no control. WniTi: huckleberries wcro recently gathered from East Knob, a mountain in Piko County, Pa. Thoy wore tho slzo of wild cherries and wcro of a creamy whiteness. Sussex County, N. J., Is also said to produco a small quantity of this straugo fruit. A sin'oclar cuso is reported from X Y., In which a man hus awakened from a two years' sleep. U)X)u uwakening from his cataleptic condition ho remembered nothing that hod transpired la tho two years. Though very weak his chances for recovery were good. An old negro living In Jonesboro, S. C, said to bo ono hundred aud eight years old, has been married nine times und is the father of ono hundred und seventeen children. Ho has been preaching olghty-sl- x years, is still In possession of all his faculties and is almost us aetivo as a boy. Matty huso turtles frequent tho coasts of lower California, It boing a not uncommon sight to soe those of three or four hundred pounds weight. A traveler from the East lately saw a man rush into tho water und mount ono of those xnonstora for a rido, which ho obtained without any trouble. A tocnq couplo were married by a min-lstin Mlddlotown, Ky., who after tho ceremony was asked by tho groom If ho would tako bis pay In something besides s money. Ho said he would, and in a thoreaftcrjwas mado tho recipient of a stock of hay, a load of wheat straw und u jug of molasses. A St. Locis young lady with a wealth of red hair conceived it novel idoo to show that sho stands to her colors. Sho gavo u party people wcro to which nono but invited, und theao wcro to bo drawn to tho party by nouo but white horses. Tho servants wero and tho tablo-llnewas of a corresponding color. Some time ago tho of nu (Mich.) iron company started out with ilfteon thousand dollars in gold to pay oft employes. Whilo en routo his horse ran uwuy ups.cttitg Uira and his cash und scattering tho coin ulong tho syects as ho ran. After a long search thirteen thousand dollars wero recovered. Tho balance being irretrievably lost Cuinamex In this country arc strongly opposed to having tho bodies of their dead friends taken to tho morgue, Tlioro is a peculiar belief among them that tho coroner pours a maglo lotion over tho bodies taken to tho morguo, which causes tho fatty matter of tho corpse to run off in oil, which is bottled and sold to American doctors who uso it as a medicine San Fkancisco has a citizen said to bo constructed upon tho dual principlo of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. For whole weeks, It Is said, hi3 complexion is of a light yellow, resembling that of an ordinary Spaniard. Then suddenly his skin will turn to an Ethiopiau black, so that hlj friends can not recognize him except by his clothes. It has been noticed that when wearing tho light complexion ho l Jovial and fond of society, but when black hj pulls his hat down over his eyes, becomes moroso and seeks to avoid recognition by his friends. o Ring-Immtoor few-dayd n book-keep- Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve In the world tor cuts, bruises, ores, ulcer, salt rheum, (ever sores, letter,chap-peHanJs, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It Is Kuirnntecd to itlve perfect satisfaction or money refunded l'rlce 95 cents per box. Kor sale by A R Penny, Stanford, Ky. m d Best of All mi'dli uies, Ayc;'s Cherry Poc-torIs in gruatcr demand than ever. Ho preparation for Throat and Lung Troubles Is so prompt lu its effects, ao ngrecablo to tho taste, nnd so widely known as this. It Is tho family modi-cln- o lu thousands of housuholds. year, nu Ife "I havotumblered forwliwiuvt'rfrom a I tako that, bronchial cold or am lAjxist'd to Inclement w father, nJiows Itsidf by a ery annoying tickling sensation iu tho throat and by dltUculty iu bieathlug. 1 havo tiiod a great niniiv remedies, but none docs so well m Ayor's Cherry Pectoral which nlwavs gives prompt mllid in return of Einust A. my old complaint. Inspector of Publlo Ponds, Parish for-r- o lionnu, La. " I consider Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a most important remedy Cough al Hi-ide- Ao Mo n a lrmr nmriv i r. r rm lAiiui nmivijiuQ, civ. t-- "33i 32JI PBMY, i (To the KJitor Interior Journil.) ' am prAfoiuiiily Kr.itoful to you for your friuiully mil liberal vxprviMion tlint "Tlio IxTKitioii JoriiSAi.) Hko its editor, is always nt your Hurvieo, Hir." I must, therefore!, iisk for valuable spaco m m Renews Her Youth. Mrs. I'hrcbc Chestey, Peterson, Clay Co., Iowa ells the following remarkable story, the truth of which is vouched for by tne reldent of the town i am ;j yean ul J, hat e been troubled w ith kidney: complaint and hmeue for many ear; eould not ant free from dress myself without help. Now pain and sorenen and am able to do all my own housework. I owe my thanks to Klectric Hitters for having renewed my youth and removed all disease and pain. Try a bottle joe and it, at A. H. Penny's Drugstore. 1 y DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. &53$ t3B& to nnswcr. And first, I wish to nssuro yon and citizens of my all timid and lamb-lik- e peaceful and harmless intentions. John Sullivan and myself have not been able so far to establish any kinship between us. I havo never sent a eliallenjfo; never accepted but four, and then failed to entirely kill my antagonists. When a boy I never had a tight when I had good running ground, and never got whipped, if 1 could held it. 2. You seem to think I intended to leave the impression that the democratic candidates wcro nominated on a platform condemning prohibitory laws. 1 must say you interpret me correctly, sir. You say, "No reference- to prohibitory laws is made in our platform." Now hero is an issue. Somebody is simply mistaken. Let us have the facta and evidence in tho premises. In tho platform adopted by tho national democratic convention at St. Louis in June, 1888, wo find this language: "Tho democratic party of tho United 1. - to reply to your questions I put to ho (doubtless from did not condescend strictures upon the Mr. Warren, which prudential motives), THE LAMEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Ker Worth Knowing. Mr. W. II, Morgan, merchant, take City, I'U., was taken w ith a severe Cold, attended with a distressing Cough and running into Consumption in its first stage. He tried many o called popular cough remedies and steadily stew wore. Was reJucedin tles h.iJ diinculty ii breathing aid was unable to sleep Fimlly tried Dr. King's New Discoicry fof Consumptionand found Immediate relief, and after using about a half Uoren bottles found himself welt and has had no return uf the dlteaie. No other remedy can she so grand a recordof cures as Dr. King's New Discovery for (iuiraiteed ti do just what is Consumption claimed for it Trial bottle free al A. U. Penny's brought to this market. Prices lower than the lowest. Watches, Clocks anil Jewelry Ite. paired on short notice and warranted. Drug Stor' Citirrh Cured, heslth and swettvralh secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy Price ja cents Nas- -j btanlordj Injector free. Mcltoberts . Crow A: Co. McKlnney; P.. W Jones Crab Orch- ard. Com Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and Shiloh's Vitalirer is guaranteed to cure you McRoberts A-- Stagg, Stanford ; Crow ,V Co. plaint' titer McKlnney; K V Jones, Crab Onhard. States in national convention assembled, renews the pledge of its fidelity to democratic faith, and reaffirms the platform adopted by its representatives in the convention of 1834." In their platform of 1881 the demo-craticjpar- ty Long-Standi- ng Blood Diseases aro cured by tho persevering uso of Ayor's family, many times dining thu past thlrtv years, and havo nuier known It to fall. It will relievo th" j.ot serious affections of thu throut and lungi, whether In children or adults." .Mrs. E. G. Edgorly, Council JJlulTs, Iowa. "Twenty years nco 1 was troubled with a diseao of tho lungs. D tois afforded 1110 no relief nnd considered my case heirless. I then began to uso Aver's Cherry Pectoral, und, leforo I had finished 0110 Untie, found relief. I continued to tako this medicine until a euro was effected. I bellevo that Ayer's Cherry Pectoral saved my llfo." Bamtiel Griggs, Wntikegau, 111. "Six rears ago I contracted a severe cold wfilch settled ou my lungs nnd soon doveloped nil tho nlntiulng sj of Consumption. I had a conch, night sweats, bleedlnc of tho lltlij;s, pains In chest nnd sides, and wies so prostrated ns to be confined to my bed most of tho time. After trying various prescriptions, without beuetlt, my physician finally determined to givo I took It, 1110 Ayor's Cherry Peetoral. nnd tlio effect was magical. I seemed first dose of this to rally from tho medicine, and, after using only three Imttles, nm as well and sound ns over." P.oduey Johnson, Sprlugilcdd, 111. im-to- I havo tested Its curatlvo power, in my For Home Use. Mo 0 MUFOlSTIs Rocoiving His - MERCHANT TAILOR SPRING LlUm STAhrUHD, OlTice 1 AND , SUMMER GOODS. Give him a Trial Goods Warranted and aPorfect lit Quarantoad, 1LU1,1',M,YN-- DKNTIST, Kkntitckt, south side Main, twodinirs above Ilepet St, SUKtihON LUMBER TTAHDI have pur hated the lumber vardt of Messrs. 1) Weaien an J I M llrnce and ill open arj st the one purchased of Mr Wcaren lletides lumber in rouh and dressed, I will isrry a Ure line of wmdo sashes, dori and sluncles, laths, ikts and the pn let feme formerly s.IJ by Mr. Wearen. S f. IIOLkKK I (eorse a bi EDWARD H. FOX. I said: j"We oppose sumptuary lawslwhich vex the citizens and with .individual liberty.") jThnt clause in tho platthis form of 1SS1, anil reaffirmed in the platform of 1SSS, was primarily and pointedly aimed at prohibition law, is universally conceded, as far as I have heard an expression, and never denied. , IS. Tho LvrKRion Junt.-.Lfurthersays, "Neither is the defeat of prohibition, except when it is paraded as it party question, regarded as a democratic victory." I said (interrogatively) that the djiu-oeratparty in Kentucky regarded the defeat of prohibition, even elsewhere, as Proof: In the a democratic victory. State of Texas, at a bpecial election on constitutional prohibition, when noState officers wcie to be elected, in 1SS7, prohibition was defeated. It was well known that the defeat wasattributable, toainvut extent, to the almost solid negro vote against prohibition. These coloretl voters were about all republicans. In a few days after said election we have the following declaration in the Courier-Journfrom Henry Wattersou: "No matter who is responsible for the overwhelming majority, nor who composed the vote against prohibition, its defeat is distinctly a democratic victory." This Texas election had been ordered by a democratic legislature and governor; and prohibition was supported by about one-hathe democrats in the State, including some of the honored leaders, as Maxey and Senator Ilcagan. Yet the leading democrat in Kentucky, in tells us it is disour Courier-Journatinctly a democratic victory. The man who would not believe such authority would not bo persuaded, though one rose from tho dead! ie al lf or l, Sarsaparilla. Ayer's Ciierry Peciosal incAnr.D nv Dr. Boldb 'ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, OANVIhI.15, IvY. (ir C W. METt tr J IIAVS 1 This mediclno is an Alterative, and causes n radical chango in tho system. Tho process, in sotuo enses, may not Is) quite so rapid as in others; but, with persistence, tho result Is certain. Head these testimonials : "For two j ears I suffered from a severe pain in my richt side, and had other troubles caused by a torpid liver nnd dyspepsia. After phing several medicines a fair trial without a cure, I I liegaii to tako Aer's S.iriiiurlllu. was greatly beuclltrd by the llrt bottle, I was com- nnd nfter takiii" the Ixittles . JtulLSou, 70 iletely cured." Joint 1' .nwrcticu St., Lowell, Mass. Last May a large cnrbtllirle broke out nn my arm. The usual remedies had no l I was I'outlueil to my bed for i '"lit weeks. . irlciHl lniluceil me to trv Aver's Sarsaparilla. I.evs than tinea Imttles healed the nore. In nil my oxpe- riemewith medicine, I never saw morn elTei-t'aiu- J. C. all Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass. , l.Uki,-UU- incvtl. ' Uiaie,vi. METOALF & HAYS. His moved to his elegant new building opetile the postolhve and is better Ihsn eser rearcil to fine pit lures frem ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE the putilir with photograph to lifeire. Sinfaitiun guaranteed. IIAKIIOlMtVIM Kant riM'VII.1 ACTS. K, K n To the Farmers of Lincoln and Garrard Counties- The Stan ford Koller Mills Cmpa) wants )our wlx.le whmt irop f iSat. and wdl pay in ca.h the not sell without hill'iett inarlet price for it l S jpenntemWnt Putts at the Mill or first .fern I J lOslllt. theiindfrm-nePre. Stanford It llr Mills Co u J for sale. Infnrmslion Inritlshrti on any point and cor respvftdesKe soIhiim. Ut II practice . jiallAl.rtn. w( I.M.I site traits of ilmlwr, WMI in 1 any s irt i"l uj.t. . ...b.kIi . !. And mineral Unds 111 lva.tnn Kmtuily A C. A. BENEDICTS CO., Well Driller3 WW. .In.lr 1 . A; Pump Adjusters, fi TA3CSS I TSs&r f" ALL THE LATEST SPRIHC -- TAZES I I . STAN I OR P. KY . STYLE HATS AT III rjo The Voters of Lincoln County: r. 4 si r II no ar .n.l he t rj'mU ui'i imli'ih h rr nn' h.' r' plraMf comc f rwrd an ' a ( T l Nf.WI Nll. s Vtl 1 fa. I. r rn.hrt lima al i 1 n. I il I Lebanon IManii- i- Mill, 1B7I I CHURCH CONCERNS. died. Lst year 213 American Their averago-ag- o year. Daptist ministers was sixty-flv- o . "As advocated the most Ftriugent regulation (relegation is better) of the liquor tniffii, and whether it is accomplished by high 'license or entire prohibition, wo care very little." That is pretty good. So, we may, with confidence, count on Mr. Walton as a He has pretty fair onlv two methods of dealing with the li quor trtillifliij.'h license- and prohibi- tion and he cares vry little which is applied. Ibre 1 feel like, al leat, giv. ingyou tins leu liana (tliut is nearest the heart) of fellowship. Prohibitionists have much tohopeand nothing to fear from the Ixti:iiioh Jont-naAs to the tarill' (jU'stions I caiv not to say anything here. Possibly I submay touch upon that many-sidetho 1st Monday ject at the Mo?t Respectfully, in Sept. Jo-'ISLLor. 4. IxTKimm Joiitxw. for ourselves, wo have always The say-- : - l. d Couit-Hous- o . August L'l, 1833. Wi: note in the Ivratioit Jovkxai. a few shots from tho skirmish lines that would seem to indicate a disposition on the part of the prohibitionist for more active hostilities witii the democracy. We obMirvc that Hro. Malloti is quite but we don't see how he will be able to get up a "light" with Dick Warren after the latter has put fotth his peace ofiering. And our fiery brother of the IxTBuimt JoinxAi. is unwilling for such a coiii'ut, for the very good reason that there is no ground for it. Our prohibition friends in Kentucky ought Jo undeistand that the democratic pnity in to this State is not ho-tiprohibition laws in all communities that desire to have them. Lincoln county is so a notable example of this is Owen and other strong democratic countie" that have gone "dry." The rigid enforcement of the law is urg"d by consistent democratic papers liko the Joi its i., Owenton Democrat, and others where it prevails, and for the life of us wo fail to sen why our geod prohibition friends should desire to unlimbHi their gnus against Kentucky Democrat. Dauvillu AdvocaU. Simply beeflUM most of the leaders here were republicans and am still ho n't heai t. le well-orderIx-tkmd statement of Treasurer J. M. Philips, was ever 101,010. It tool: the Supremo Court of tho Stato to deeido that tho trustees should not Introduce nn organ In the Christian church of Wmfleld, Kan. The Reformed Presbyterian church synod, at Its recent session, directed tho local sassions to pro.ti.cuto, according to church discipline, members who advertise in Sunday nowapapcs. Hmcurrr.it tho Dutch Reformed churches will receive " offerings," not "contributions" or "collections." Tlio General Synod rocommonds the use of tho word "offerings" a Indicating u higher conception of giving to tho Almighty. The Reformed Presbyterian church, through its highest body, by u voto of 03 to 31, has decided: "That In our judgment tho ordination of a woman as a deacon is in harmony with tho New Testament and tho of tho Apostolic ihureh." i'KCJin teiuaxism iu Xcw England has otcad Jy increased during thu last ilvo years. Since KjJ tho numbor of churches hii3 Increased from eighteen to thirty-onund the membership from 2,873 to l.tob. A church ha recently bcou established in Xownort, It I. work-erThe Congregational Sunday-behoof Dostou purjwso robing a 003,000 memorial fund In honor of Rev. Asa Dullard, the pioneer Bunday-schovvorkcr, who lately died. The money will bo a permanent iund for tho carrying ou of Sunduy-bchoo- l missionary work In this country. Tub rather straugo fact Is brought out by recent statistics that tho Episcopalian Is tho only Protestant denomination in Now York City that Is increasing proportionately as fast ns tho population of tho city. Tlio New York Sim Bays that tho Episcopal ehurchos aro tho ouly Protestant ones that r.ro filled. DtaiNG tho forty-eigyears of thoox-lstone- o of tho foreign board of the Presbyterian church 153 missionaries havo been engaged In tho missions east nnd west of ilio Mississippi river. Tho forcigu board has expended fci'jO.OOO, tho free gift of tho chjrohos, besides tho S&.'O.OUO intrusted to it by tho government for educational work. It has been discovered thut the average length of tlmo that tho 12,000 a year clergy-mtIs abl3 to work without becoming a physical wreck nnd having to bo seat abroad is seven months. Tho (llGUO man can stuud It oijrRt months; ho who receives .,UW nlno months; tho 5,0o0 preacher ten months nnd so on; but tho man ou a i50J salary works right ulong ull tho yoar round, aud doeta't break down. A Christian church composed entirely of whisky dealers would bo a novelty indeed, yet that is the result that threatens to como from a chuivh row in Louisville, Ky. Two of tho wealthloot mombors of tho First Christian Church thero are whisky dealers, und tho church wiya tliey must giyoup their buotticfcaor suifordlsmbsal from the buoiety. The ivhli ky men of tho city are very much enraged and declare that If thj church car-Viout Us threat they will orgauUo a church f tholr own. .i o a n es Tzic total expeuso of tho M. E. General Conference of ISSs, according to ouleial tnlfitsl effect of the tine of this M' da tne was the strengthening of my K'liT." "Mrs. Carrie Adams, Holly Siirings, Texas. "I hail n diy senly humor for years, nnd suffered terribly ; and, as mv lirnth-e- r ninl sister wero similarly ntllieted, I presume tho imilady is hereditary. Iast lntir, Dr. Tjron, (of Feru.iudiun, Kin., ) rei oiiiiik nded mo to take Ayer's Sarsaparill.i, ami continue it for a year, Kor live mouths I took It daily. I havo not had a blemish upon mv ltodv for the last threo months." T. K. Wiley, Utl Chambeis st., 'ew York City. "Last fall nnd winter I wns troubled with a dull, heavy pain hi my side. I did not notice it much nt tirst, but it gradually grew worso until it been in o almost unltenruhle. During the latter part of this time, disorders of the stomach and liver increased my troubled. I begun taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla, nnd, nfter faithfully continuing the. us,, of this inedieliio for somu months, the pain disappeared and I was completely Mrs. Augusta A. Kurbusli, cured." lliuurldll, 3Iiiss. Wonderful Results. R, im tiEO(,HE(JAiVS, bLCXKSsUR STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE M'MICHAEL, D11-.T- THE HATTER, J. SI NrOKU M. HUBBARD, K. AVENUE. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY A A. M., PRESIDEHT. discount of 10 orders sent for Hats ht on all rwii. wnl be c n'i 1 ;.j of th above ad -- jfr hci;m. ( arefullr sele BliiiiiiHI OH t I'.a 01 scrtisemenl jprr 1 i)r IoiHlay, September 3, '88 insira.imn Send for circular i I 1 l'i I I ,it -- r I II - t T I I. s MIN I K S. C. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MX VICIINON.hv. Office "More dror lu Whitehead's Uru Special at tentiQ.iixi. iu of imldicn ;.! Ji.iplln tdo-pso- f teachers Thorough lies! methods 41 l.iii""! Smll i,h Mj ntasicr Ml l cs ' ke's j- V a 1 hair- e I- 1 ri" s I r , fi Ores' (f 0 v s i 1 i. in It 13 - ' h h cs cc I M u'(,, ath ec l r nge' r 'trt nl diMs ji: MHfllirmM-rorrib o ffRfM riHiuiEi E j : iTHAT FIGHT UrMisylMi WOOD WALLACE, THE GENTS' FURHIS1IER, 513 4th St., Loui3ville. The fashions of the day in the Genu' Tarnish, will alwayt be found in m- - star. I am agent tar the Indianapolis bteam Laundry, the best Laundry in the vtoitd. ne Ayer's Sarsaparilla, riiEr.viiKD uv Or. J. C. Ayer lc Co., Lowell, Mass. l'rlce (1 ; alz bottles, 5. Worth IS a bottle. THC BEST CQUIPPCD SCHOOL FOR fOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. tjr Ciifufiiie fit J. T. PATTERSON, P'tJt. ''' 1 1, Zellin, l'rop'r A. Q.Siminons Llv er Heeulator, Jist'd by Zeilin 136" ' 'M 'or T )ear muiuisTlON. UlLIOlSMtsS. ITSPrIA,SlCK lUADACMa.l.OS'. ArraTiTa, Sovu bTosiACM, Ktc. C. V Simmons, Si. Louis, l'rop'r M A. Simmons Liver Medicine, EssM 'S"i In the V. i Court tiar(ATa'). Tho Original Wins. "u 1 ." RUSINESSQPPORTUNITY To connect j ou rself with is liouaof ?7 years stand Ing want to riucaKo tin. iters Ires nl mi IiiIpIII Kent nnd tnistnnrtlo urtitiemaii to tnlie flieeiitiin etiarttof our tiuslneas In Ills county III Kentucky not n necessity Hie duties l'resloui Mountain .Lands ! of Moouiam, Coal u at res, more or and Timber Lahds that I will utl at .1 bargain I have a store room to rem lor a furniture and undertaking, hardware or tinner's rstablishnsent Yht further inform.-m.tioThese are piod fur 40 C W. MKl'CALK ssriteH I has 4 le, NEWCOMB well-kuti- HOTEL. eMeiir nreesrcntlniiull) pleasant Notsery laborious and se' nrolltutilH I nil imrtuulars madu knots n iikhi apl'llcailon .l'lre. f, II. M if,, UMINHTI. II. sJU' Adams, Tenn., lTtiles'"! ujin . snouin nave Men ileiil but lor your (tenulne M. A. .Sim mom Liter Medicine. I have sometimes had to imbstitute "e.lln'a atull" for your Medl Ccwirj cine, out it don't answer the nurnoii ." Dr. J. It. Graves, Editor Tt ffjllfllf. Monnhli 'I...- - uer 1 11. itcamt, rastor .M, rjl ..... MT. VERNON, KY. This eld and ILkI is suit maintain. ruputation. Charges raaseoable. Spe eiat atuatioa to the travetin; public. 1. 1. NBWCOMII, I'rop, Ml Vernon, Ky, IttR Its fine Sj-t- l. djs CRABORCHARDSPRINGS 38 llarbourtille, Ky. Crab Oreli.'ird, Ky. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Ill Iltuss and Str Jsil)' JS n Medicine, and hate used half of It, ll works like a charm. I want no r Liter Itrcmlator and cer taluly uo more oi Zcilln'a tcutme. hett-- LOITXD &D KV. CO., ; MiKINXrV, ' LOUIS SOHLEGEL, Hand in Altendancv from I (M Fifi Kor Urutr. Medicine, the fumHW nnd to it tl sour prccrlptl' ns ;iruinptiY ttud tor-rectl- y talvd at nil liiiir, and to sret your Staplsi Unicsrlm, tine Clijar., Toilet Artichia, Ac . 1(0 to Losd. Co , .McKiinwy I'r J. A. WILLIAMS will attend to our drsi department; also atUmd to the Hiints of tin. silk, n'.jjhtor d.ij. in town or o coun ry PHOTOGRAPHER, 1J1CWMO.VJ) 1 id to September 11 Kales ureal y par Ur and lio per arwL and upward g D. n. reduced Chesapeake & Ohio! PULLMAN CANS AND SOLID TRAINS. . KY. THOMAS NICWMAN. Manager; J AS. C. K I Ttl, ltesldent Supt ; NICE FARM FORSALW, farm in W'ashlmto.i county. now reald in Lincoln countv, at Kiyvlund, 1' miles fiora Stanford, ll.ivln--bought 11 1 photographs in .ill ttyles and tires. Picture In imlia Ink, Crayon an Water Cilors. New de. sijjns iu Frames j 1 Ml. at very 1 i:i.Misro.. citk To WfishiniTton, Rlohmcnd EAST nnd Old Point Comfort. and JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. wish tosetl thion uhkh 1 LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. The lireat To J..ou.3vilo WEST T. Oincllnnntl in Coiitniiiiiijir; zoS Acrei 'J, Connectn ns.iiirert for ail points thr It lies on both sides of tne Crab Orclmrd pike Thoroughly lUnovated and Kefurnished, lint and cm tie stis tslo't to a nt pun h.ior.. It is under class Pari nad Keasoaable Prices. Day ana nighi iiond felKC, well untcred and in ('il repair II N WAItl', Itowlnnd K.y Trains. ire mat by I'ouie rirtrsat this 1'opular 4, II. S WEST NORTH SOUTH-WESIN KfPKCr THROUGH TRUNK LINE. To 'l he WEST No, 1, AND Dnlv - MAIITIN. liaOUHKAD, K., . M. I'RCIMNJ SlAV, 1SH7. IIous. ioi-i- f. Mt Ij, '87. 7 Albright A-- Martin bej to inform their manj friends and customers of the change in firm name to xce, xc:s, xcis I SOUTH & Wuh SJ 1 MARTIN & PERKINS, UIi2&Ag Mill deliver The new firm hopes not only m mt.tnb, the repu! tation of tho old, but inlends 10 make m..i ihi.-the manufacture of t'ibai.10 n.u-- t be paid at the close of eash week w.ll be tolheinterrtt of our tu.toniers. Wu will or Accounts when customer omit dctotc special attention to our Natural Leal K I. IIAKKdW. 9 brst Ira'. Thanking jou brands of Kentucle)' a askin,' o-for -. ontmuition 01 firp.ut fmors in.l .1.. .. tve reiiMiu t.. It. ....... . itrrpiwtuuio your traae, IN's. feed and .Sale table MAKTIN.vrnf Al Two Cent Per Pouml Jlivsr, regular i.uttomcrt in Stauford and SKinity eter i.iorninK t WEST ZALAQfE QA. Memphis, Daily 00 p m x Louisville To Nashville, Arr Lexington lute uiilpriur SiiruiKs. " Ch.irloltsvillc'V.SIJunct " Richmond " Newport News Old I'nnt Coinlorl NorfoU ... Washington.... ll.iHiioorc 1'hll.idelphla New VorW.... I.ve Limns ills to 5 i p mill ' o P in 11 4 9 00 p m j j io j$ a ni, (1 i 11 00 1.1 7 01 40 a m 9 so P in 11 5 p m 1 1 sin ..)o. 'tun a 111 n. a 3 io o a 11 n ml p p p p 7 40 p H.i p 11 p j csi a 6 .0 a ni 111 m m m in m m in iu Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. 111 LexliiKtongjs a arrite al Cincinnati via iitchesier 11 ,13a 111, No. u, dally except Sunday, leave Cinrinnali loop m. I., xinaion 3 3jpm; arrive ,Mt .surllne STANFORD, KY., 7ltlpm,l)Uve HiUo ;.. 11m Only one change to points No. 5, da ly, lenva C Iifion Torcje at 7 00 a m; E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. Cliarleslon ,1 y. p m; arrite Ashland J 40 p in: Lolnmuus 11 17 i m. N0.6, daily Wave Ashland 710 a mj srrise at Cliarustnn it a m; C'liiuu V orijc 7 jfc r Hotel still inalntaml EMIGRANTS This old and V. H. JACKSOK & CO., PHO'RS. 'Vl'R0 'lejln Cms 011 all ihrmmh trains Old Dommio Steamships leave Norlork. on its liih reputation, and its l'roprietor is delirmin. SaaMug homes on the lute of this road will receive uescriy, Wedneaday, Thursday and SaturLONDON, K , ed that it shall lie second to no country Hotel iu Special rates, day at jo p tn lar New Vcrl . or AttenIn Its Pare, Appointment, See atjents ot this Company far rates, routes the State (iood tutnouts nnd saddle harses always for hire Tickets R.ues Infnriuati m, etc., apply to 1"1 I' IrVct or eor ad 're. tion id li 'lutisU. lUstatf on reasonable term. London u. the inot coat en Ac,, or write t(JC. I AT.M011K. O. I". & T. A., W. C ICKH AM, ient paint on the railroad to retch places in the uuuiniu.ia If. V from depot frea of sharff- - Sp. Louissilte, Ky' in the mountain sec lion of the Stale. Gen'l l'.its. Ag io "f isei tionttn Ceinmcrci.il travelers Lax mtlnii Dnision I rains run by 11 me Main Lute I rains east of Hiiiilinton run bs I itt crn tin.e, uhich is nne hour faster than Central . lime. ADDIIIONAL IKAINS-- Nc. , d.uly except Sunday, Olive llill4u a in. Mt lee ,; ARKANSAS& TEXAS. 1 1 woll-Kno- 111 Mon-da- 1 11 - I p--- r