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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888082801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. F Semi-Weekl- y tf Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, d888. ; VOL. XVI. NO. 57 DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. LANCASTER.GARRARDCOUNTY. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Tho Prevldenoi Coal Mines. I (Jnrrard College will open on Tuts- i.,m. )rt.(l SoiltltlloWll buck Iambs P the IManroflhc Interior Journal Tho mail services couiinu into Dan, -1 PlMlVILKXI-KKV., Alltl. JufrW,Iol,V F. ltci.l. ilny, Sept. 11. ville from all directions is in bad condi' "1,r vu,",il,,, I"1! will nllnw mu ' -- J. K.'llru... bn.ml.t of T. C. Hobin- Major J. A. IJurnxiilo reports the to- tion. The I.vti:iiioii Joru.v.w. has not per I will jjivo you a Itrlcf lUwriptlon or wm MuBiij) at .;U() been on time fur weeks. bacco crop away over an average. tho fmnoiw I'rovl.U'iuo Coal Mlnw.l MoMii-ri(.'. 0. Tyner and Wilnm, of Mr. Gen. Dimniett, a native of Doyle Ilnw. l)otijht of H T. Uush (K) .0ihh Tlii-rntv about r,0 iicrt-- of land 0Wch at ?2.7() ikt liwul. coiintyybut for several years an attorney Atlanta, are visitini: Dr. V. S. Klkin. ill Wi'llntlT :0lllUV nwir Uiu Diumnm w Tho booth privileges of the Soiner John K. Anderson hold hisfaney bay of Kansas City, is hereon n viit. Mr. iimlorlniil with thnc vuliih set Fair sold for Sl'Vi.TO. rrovlik-mr- , marc to Mr. Alvenon, of MiHsistijtpi, for Jus. Tipton, whose illness has been menh ttmiiiioiM vonl in Ken- of tin lliu-s- t tion, was able to come to town this mornJ. II. l'a.xton hold to .1. K. Urnco o u. tucky, tho vi'lns measuring !1J, 5 anil OJ Klder J. W. MctJarvey preached on ing. cattle at 'IJ cents. ami btlio only niino In noiitht'rn A convention of the republican voT. K. Wood bought of John John-ho- Sunday morning and evening nt the KiMituuky thnt can ho worked without of Ilovle, lo ters of Doyle county is called to meet at yearling at Christian church. iiMchitiory for puinpln wntor anil lioiijt-In- n :)J cts. Wednesday, Aug. 211th, The Gairard republicans hold a con- tho couit-housg H. I), it l. Iipin bought of Jones vention th coal. Tlu-u- mines arc now Monday, to appoint del- for the purpose of selecting delegates to up by K. H. Hayilcn, for- llros. a bunch of l.llM-pounopt-ncattle at I egates to tho Danville meeting 011 the the Hlh congressional district convention merly of .Stanford, and 11. 0. Tliouison, cents. which meets in Danville Sept. 8. 11th prox. of luUt Ik'rnstadt, and when in operaThe Kail Meeting of tho Louisville Itev. Geo. 0. closed his The members of the Dtiekner Club tion will bo hecond to noiuv .Mr. Jockey Club commences September Iritli will please all be present at the courtSunmeeting at the court-hous- e Tliimiiwiiii. tint aiiiKTintonilont. lniM vis- - and lats eight days. house on next Saturday, September 1st, day night. A large congregation was Koi: Si.i:. Four nice ited all tho principal milieu In Ohio, Inheifers at II o'clock p. m. present and gave earnest attention to the diana and Kentucky, thereby ascertain-iiu- ? anil calves. So. 1 both in color and The tobacco crop is being badly in- discourse, winch was concerning the lost tho advantaj;'M of all tho modern form. H. II. Iluruside. lit. jured by so much rain. In many fields tribes of Israel, lie goes from here toKvoiythtiiK jt l" Muir llros., of Fayette county, sold the scallolds have fallen, almost ruining day to Independence. onler, neither pains nor to lA'hnian llros. 107 cattle, averaging up In tlrat-eln-Mr. I). G. Slaughter, of Dripping tho tobacco on them. belnji spared. Tho coal in expends pounds, at of cts. A Garrard county boy, upon being Sprint's, was in town Saturday working down-rad- o slupu from tlio Ijongborry bearded Wheat, import- asked who are the three greatest living up his grand excursion of next Friday. niinert to tho tipple, and tho capacity of ed Northern grown, for Mile by A. I. van men, wild, "Mr. Jim McCreary, Grover Mr. lCdinond Meyer, for several years tlm lnineH Ih about W) ears per day. Tho ie viator. Manioni. .Niumieat Minimis Cleveland and Simon Bolivar Huckner, past with Joe Haas, of this place, leaves - .. coiniMiiy has lust complete! the.. tipjdo and there is Mr. Henry Wutterson, too." Tuesday for Louisville, where he will and elevator; l.iO.IWli feet ol white oak T,H, p,MrIu.rt Tr0,,L. vti iMnvillo for Mrs. W. 0. Itigney and children are embark in the shoo business. Mr. V. A nml iMinlnr IiiiiiIht Iwing Used in their Indepenileiice yesteidnv. Jtro. (loo. W. visiting Mr. It's, father in Casey county. Marks went to Newport Saturday and const ruction. They have contracted Dunlap will now bo in his glory for two Messrs. W. M. Schmucker, W. J. and will bo absent about ten days, l'rof. W. llullding Co., of week. with Dehner-WueipK. Argo has icturned from Colorado 1.. J. Frazier, of l'oor & Co., left yesto put tip the very Is'st elevatM. Tho Owen News says the rain has terday for Columbus, Ohio, to which much improved in health. ing machinery. The oleiator will hold helped the late tobacco, but under the lS.OOO biishelrtof nut coal. They use for nii)t favorable circumstances less than place they have removed their stock of Serious Accident on the Louisville South' good. -, bcrocnlng tlicir lump coai, - men ern. 7of 1S5 will be K.r CH.t. of tlif cro Messrs. Daniels and Hollingsworth, Special DiipaUli to tlie Interior Journal motiil bar screen. lairimiiKS rcaio k.u raised in that coiiutv of the Louisville Southern, were in this , IlAUitohMii'iMi, Aug. 27. This morn- weekofler-150,00(- 1 linished pulling up a pair oi have just A JU tlif.,niitvlml , 1);l,,01)!er tr;,i jf0. from pounds miner's transpoitation jH, ,0M, ,(X) imnvIri of rom forS1 Cat. cny Min.iay. .mis .moiiic Jiurnett is vis- il), t .j... jitingMrs. Lizzie Dice, in Doyle. Mnjor, 1Iur,jn t0 Ul,svUK,t 0 tllc i.0iSville beams. The t)(. . and railroad scale with i". nmr).,.t ,, ..i (0 ;tj w.tn ". . . ). Kiguey is visiting ins son, 1. .....1 . . it.. .. 1. ..entering the yard company nas jusico.ii.iui. jmn U),rti, :, t.,.ts. "(,.0Ill. l,,,u',rl l(L..,v. Dr. Siiimwiti Klkin. nf Atluntii. t Southern, was baggage and express here ., lim,.H in t,Js n car the engine and of railroad tmck to ineir mines, w.ai ihv t ('til.. 4 viMifitit. r.ilitf ii'iw ,onlt iti nml ntuint were thrown from the track by tho Ing thedititanco from tho depot, iney () to , Depoiler. r,.!,,, ,llw.ullir miiu i, i.. p:.,i.,- - switch being open and both badly damnp. II1IIIIJI1II U11 .III! Iii.l..lif ...I 4. tli.. ...iiirl.uti.u . . ulll ! lmilil 10() minor's houvs and .1 t. I1IV- IIIIIIILII ..in nan. . 1.. miiii.r'w tiiun.' 1.... aged. Kngineer John Dyler wasserions-l- y anu ciever seeropiry, .iir. mounts .11. iiiivu i inn- - I.H..H. tir .. The cn-- o of Charles White in the injured by being thrown from the enTlie coiniMiiy will be ready to ship coal ,'rhntchor, fur a "complimentary" to the circuit court resulted in his being found in about ten days. They have employ- - j Kr, hieli begin- - Sep't .11 and ;uilty of mauxlaughter, for the killing of gine. None of the p:isengers were hint. G. C. K. ...I tw V t. Uiriii-- s nf i'iiiiit Lick, book- - i...,t.. f...., .1... ., .1... 1 ,...1 .. :n to the peni- Scuciik, presiuein 01 tlie these carbuncles are likewise willing , woi.''M'i Grimes, and sentenced koopur, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. for 11 veais. I here will an of- , , . , Uhal I lie "thar or thambouts." thank vou tentiarv Swks Colony at llernstailt, ion . no matio nv ins aiiornevs lor a new hook-keepTliomas Manuel and Miss Susan IJ. ." and weigher, .i.i.i 11. u. Mr. Seeri'tnrv. . . trial, on the groumls that tlie jurv arnv- - Story, a I ll.l... U II. I III. ........ .11... I t.l.I... ...1- principal agent. were united in Thompson, t II III I" III! Illj'llltVllllllt III illV 1.1 III ed at their verdict by lot, a method that , .1.... it. . .1 :..i marriage Sunday by l!ev. S. S. Mcllob-ert- s This laud was bought from tho Giv-en- :...:u.. ...i . . , , . , 'Is forbidden bv law. . exat his residence. We know by Thompson fi Hayden, the pres- iv auvaiiciiig 111 price, ,,.. ine sales lasi -- Major T. A. Klkin, of "Maples," will perience that the old gentleman from tie They have plac- week were l.lslt hogshends again-- t 1,140 can ent owners, forS17,l. amounting to $M) for the give 'em about as quickly as the next one and ed their capital stock at $7.1,000 with the Week before, The recent mins did I... .. premiums .! ..... .. 1.! C?! ...11!.... I .l oesi. gei,.in ins mm.,siiiiiiun, .iriiiur ciuin, we commend him to those who do not The great damage to tobacco ready to cut, . privilege of increasing to , , , want to suller the Mings and arrows of a opening up of these mines will greatly amounting, it is said, tb ,0 per cent, in ' .... ...,!. ifi'O lor the best ,.male colt and ,, tor the ceremony. benellt allSouthern Kentucky and will Southern Kentucky. , , . , r) t. . ,ii'M nurse con iiMieu in joo-- niv add much to the enterprise of Providence. ' S. ItolilliMin sold ".ill lieiiil of Joilll ., , .. awanls will he inuile on county court . W llltlltllu llllllllll ' iiii'iiuii I lllllllll lit :' pet head tK niivi till' & Doty's v t; . en-ni-l ....i.i ... w:....... m'..:i it......... r.fiii tw .iiiiuii il - oi day in September at Walker .. MT. SALEM. .ihverv and sale stables in U'Uicaster. hogs at co. 10 per hundred and a load of " a . 1.T ..1 u woumI tie n 1.1. .. iio wns coun-. oiessing Owing ton press ol liusincss, homejiM,.iu.rnltti,.( rictlv heifers, at $II..M. y it our gran.l juries woulil timl tower pleas- I). C. Terhune Ismght 17 mule colts nt time has elapsed since we had the ,.f ijyi i.,.r I. l I., v lerson muiciiiii'iiis. i ii oy snouiii ne inoroiign . ure of addressing the readers of the J. J. mi .. v...-i.". W LRPYALttSas'j ly satistled that an indictment would Jlarrodsburg Democrat. our pen, which is almost as mighty and stick before they commit themselves. rusas our sword, has Ik'coiho somewhat About Race Horses. Now, at thi term of the circuit court. ty. Many things of gieat importance, .... r.A fx n1l.......t Proctor Knott lias proved himself the win til iiifwiii tm ;... it... .......... mi iiiii'i-i- i 1111111.11111:111a have been recorded, have which should of tlie year so far, having violation of the whisky law, not one has happened since our last. One item, best not yet too old, was tho won the Westsiiie Slake at Nashville, held good. It is just costing the State which is the ixen-- j money tor nothing. Milford Kubunks' ham me Alexander ai Lotn.-vui- e, burning of Mr. Tho ease of James I. Hamilton, who party or panics, and the ah- - wood at Chicago and the richest of all, bv unknown 11'ipt moving away of certain citizens iui-- ! the Jiinior'Chaiiipion, making his win- - killed Joe P. Turner while marshal of mediately afterwards to parts iiuknow n. nings foot up over $:M),000, and now has I jiuctister, resulted in an acquittal. The "l0st decidetlly the best showing to vin prosicutiun was conducted by the Coun- Mr. Kubanks' loss was about JitOO. Miss Hello Hiiro, a prominent belio the great lutiinty, to he run the 1th ol ty Attorney oi darranl, Mr. .1. il. Drown, of the Hnstonviilo neigliborhood, is vis- September, which will be worth over Commonwealth's Attorney Herndon and s, iting the family of Mr. M. S.Jones. Mrs. $IS,000 to the winner. Should ho win Mr. W. II. Miller, of Stanford. The his sire, the gieat Luke Dlackburn feiise by Messrs. KauH'iiian, Landram, Florence Kinsinger, of Ctica, Iowa, is iriting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. will be at tho head of winning sires by ITouiliiison, of Lancaster, and Judge M. some $.'0,000 or more. I.at spring, at C. Saulley, of Wyoming Territory. Tlie Hicliards. of Mt. Salem, have tho Hello Meade sale, tho get of Luke1 verdict gave univers.il satisfaction to the We, the voters Hlackbiirn were not in demand and sold citizens of Lancaster. no regular Cleveland elub, but wo send very low; now they are all bought by rae-- j Thoe people of Stanford who reour names to tho clubs at Hustouvill'1 We me ing competitors. Luke Hlackbiirn him- member Mr. L. S. Jones, a young SouthTint powder never variet. A marvel ol purity and McKinney just tho same. strength and wh!ei miencn Mcre econ"mical that Cleveland is get- self is a young siro ,and like Leamington, erner, who came to your ptow 11 some than the ordinnry !mil, and cannot be told in inclined to think Glencoe and other.-- was condemned be- -' yea is ago, worked in tho depot theie, competition with the multitude of low ten, short ting there, though wo are informed that weight powder sold only their! was afterward agent for the L. & N. nt! tans. alum or plnpli.u iUkiNt, rov.rKR Co., in cause his ilrt were not "iirst-class- " KnAL one Harrison is about to enter the race, io5 Wall Street, New York. Ilrst season out. The young sires at the Pine Hill, and ;i correspondent of the I. mid il he gets full credit for the eulogy great breeding establishments of Ken- J., will be glad to learn that he is y oil" for him by Senator Voorhoos at dealt tucky and Tennessee Luke Hlackbiirn, a rich man. About two years ago ho 10- - j Charleston, S. C, tlie other day, ho may said Hindoo, Spendthrift, McDuil', Falsetto moved from Louisville to Hartland, Kan-- 1 proven dangerous opponent. TJio and others promise o keep up the high kis, where he has been engaged among Senator characterizes him as follows: "I quality of horses established by their other things in tho real estato business. know the man in my State who is the grandsires. While it should Hy a recent sale of 110,000 acres of coal candidate of tho republican paity. Gen. sires and not be forgotten that their progeny has hind in Colorado, tho commission on 1 speak tho truth Uutler knows that to run and win over tho hottest compe- which amounts to $.150,000, Mr. Joins when I say that a more uncharitable, inor $110,000. Hurrah for bigot in politics tition ever before known to the Ameri- gets one-fift! tolerant narrow-minde- d can people. A few years since an extra Luke! candi-didat- o never lived than the republican good horse was generally good for everyI hive opened a llrick Yard and now hair iS ooo Scr. for president." I to k'i'c, A paper mill bleacher exploded nt brick ready (orwalls .I rUecpwill take contract now thing ho stinted for, while now- ho lias my fresh meats build them in imNeeiiah, Wis., killing IS men and and in VanA'rsdale's ce lar andean furnish Shoat, llcef Ck.ntk.-i!- . Noum.u. School and Husiness to bo extra good and continue to W F KAMSKY. and Mutton at all tun?.. College, Pleasuroville, Henry Co,, Ky. prove to continue to win good stakes, or seriously wounding a number of others. "Huggy" Hums, the accomplice of Fall session opens first Tuesday in Sept., even purses, for never before was there pays table board, room rent so many good horses facing the starters. Charles Dilger, the Louisville murderer, 88; $"J8.r0 and tuition for ten weeks. Private board And where so many are good, that glori- is held to answer before the grand jury $2 per week; room rent f0o per week. ous uncertainty, tiik iikst, it seems folly without hail. 25 Hon. T. Spicer Curlett, Husiness College equal to any in the to try to select, except for particular Two miles South ot Stanford on Nc.iI'h Creek fore-e- d Address me at Carlisle, Ky. V, CllAIG. State. Schools of Music anil Art taught events, then 'tis safest to wait until nigh of the Virginia legislature, has been y Hut Proctor Knott, barring his position as Coinwon-wealt- h to resign leieg-raphthe time. by artists of Ability, siiort-iiani- i, Attorney of Lancaster county. taught by com- accident, will win the Futurity next and Type-writin- g 1 have opened a butcher shop at Knwlnud in L. Vn., for sending a man 11 challenge to teachers. Three hundred and Tuesday. petent tho FtTtlll St ire hoim- - and am prepared to furnish Stanford, August L'7. mortal combat. matriculates last year. Wo twenty-liv- e the pub ic with all kinds ol muts, fish and oyscontinin their season, A hall i feet in diameter, bearing tersruniiini; my uaon As hentiilore t will my cushave the school and nt living prices. ue deuwnui; meat to Syrup of Figs tho portraits of Harrison;, and Morton, tomers in Stanford and wcinity. M. for caudoguo. Address J. II. Send F. KLKIN. v..tf Is Nature's own truo laxative. It it th and the mimes of tho ilS States and DaPresident. mot easily taken, and tho most eflectlvo kota, has been started from Dresden, 0., remedy known to Clcanso tho System An Elegant Substitute and will bo rolled through the country pills, and all kinds of bitter, whon Dilious or Coitlvo; to dispel Head- until the closo of tho campaign, if the KIRKSVIU.K, KY. For oils, salts, Habitnauseous medicines, is tho Tory agreoablo aches, Colds, and Fovcrs; to Cure leaders furnish money burnish. FOR MALES AND FEMALES. ual Constipation, Indigestion, Files, etc. liquid fruit romody, Syrup of Figs. xirl at Logan sport, InA, Manufactured only by the California Fig Physicians. Manuby leading diana, swallowed poison and died, nfter Next sotloii opens August a;, 1343. Instrucfactured only by tho California Fig Syrup Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. writing this note to her sister: "I havo tion thorough, includlni; l.j'jn, Creek, German, For sale by A. R. Penny, Stnnford. French and Company, 8an Francisco, Cal. taken inorphino because' I havo been de- Hoard per Week m Ji 75 For salo by A. It. Penny, Stnnford. $1 00 to 4 00 The Itev. Geo, It Thayer, of Ilourbon, Ind. ceived by Kd Wise. You will please let Tuition per Month Instrumental Mtulc per Mouth 4 00 1 11111 dead. Good-hvtay: "Doth myielf and wife .owe oui litet to Drawing per .Month 1 00 Why will you cough when Shlloh' Cure will Shiloh' Coniumption Curi. McRobcrtt & Sugg Wise see my face after 1'jlntinir per Mouth 3 00 Win-gardI have gone to hell. Frankie give immediate relief t Price ioc, 50c and $1.00., Stanford, Ky.; Crow Mll.TOX KM. I U IT, Principal,-34-tAddress, Co., McKinney, Ky.j K, McKoberU&SUBK, Stanford, Ky., Crow A Co. W. Kirksville, Ky. Juiis,Crau Orchard, Ky. .McKinncy.Ky.; K. W.J one., Crab Orchard, Ky. CLOTHING I EXTRAORDINARY' ''"' . I FOR ONE WEEK ONLY! l,'J(H)-pouii- il fi-o- n, e, he-hi- to-da- d two-wee- CUT n WITHaSHJM INTWO. work-edwisj- iu '.,, , COMPELLED TO SELL OUT! The time to Leave Approaches Very-Fast. el I -- , - i ti, 1 , ,,,,,,. .. HEREISAHUMMER Read and Digest For This Week Only at the following unheard of prices: I will close out lot No. 1: 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 cork-scrediagonals. Lot 2: Men's extra fine Cassimere, Cheviots and fancy Worsted, full suits; former prices $12, $14, $16, $18; take your choice this week only 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. s 300 pair Pants at of cost price. Shirts, Hats, Dry Goods, Shoes, everything 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 ! w i rJliO-Som- orset t- - 1 ....... - pfcj 1 i.,i iii ,,,,.. . 1 sweet-sixteene- r, s' .,, .,,.,..,. ut I 1 I l.- 1 j ." n. - ' ' s two-third- de-thi- POWDER Absolutely Pure. ' to-da- CHEW TOBACCONET. BRICK YAED FOB. SALE. TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. My larm of 97 acres on the Stanford & Mil Icdgevillo Pike, 6 miles from Stanford and in one Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill tin mile of McCormackii Church. Will sell publicly the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal in quality of flour, we think the cituens ot - TUESDAY, SEPT., 4, '88. Is FOB. SALE. House and Acres Iaud NEW BUTCHER SHOP. The farm veil watered and under good fence and has on It a Kpleudid orchard. There is a good house with four rooms and the outbuildings are first class At the same time and place I will sell a lot of cattle and mules. JAMES OOVKK, Stanford, Ky 45-t- tl er To the Farmers of West Lincoln, Oasey and Elsewhere. Sc-crc- ELLIOTT INSTITUTE! od g. m e. ." f Having been authonted by Mr. C. C. VanArs. dale, proprietor of Hustnnville Koller Mill., its his agent for the purchase nf wheat in this section of country, I call with confidence ou my old and tried THE FLORENCE friends of the farming public to see me before their crops elsewhere. Having been In tho trade about twenty ears, I am familiar with the business. I feel warranted, therefore, in the declaration that I will bo able to facilitate the I have bought the right to sell the Florence transfer of your crops to the advantage of all conWashing Machine and am now prepared to furnish j3 cerned. J.H.GRKKN. all who may wish to save their clothes from the rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of washing. Take one and try it and be convinced. I'll not worry you about buying unless you are fully satisfied as to its merits. The undersigned have purchased the Florence Pe)ton Kmbrec, a resident of Stanford, Ky., Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we died on the 4th day of May, 833, leaving considerable estate for distribution among his heirs. The take pleasure In adding our testimony to Its worth, decedent had three sisters, Kllzabeth, Mary and and without hesitation pronounce it a success in Dolly, who left this county about the year iStj, every particular, doing all that Is claimed for it: Win. Daughterly, J. W. Wallace, Dr. Uourne, Klizabeth and Mary when last henrd of were liv. ing In this State and In that portion known as Mrs.S. P. Salter. A. C. Sine, Hill Perkins, Lewis Dolly u ben lust heard of was a Dudderar, J. K. Lynn, L. L. Dawson, C. Vunoy, Tho Purchase." resident of Kansas. Any person having any In Mrs. Amanda Peak, George Peyton, Alex Holtz-claC, C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Kaines, K. formation as to the present residence) of the parties or their heirs, will pleale write to K. Harrow, A. M. Kelaad and many others. M.F.ELKIX. ine at Stanford, Lincoln countv Ky. Headquarters at S, S. Myers store. r.xecuior. joh: .it. 7 the county should have county pride enough to patronize and sustain the same. We wish to inform whom it may concern that we are in the market to buy your wheat and corn and will al e ways give the highest market price lor same. have added some new machinery to our corn meal department and can now make meal to ault any It cannot be equalled by any other mill fierson. vicinity We solicit a trial in our flour and meal department. All having grain in our line for sale will please call at the Mill, where our agent will be found at all times, who will give the best prices for same. II ran and shinstuff always in stock. W. N. POTTS. Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co 331 tf. WASHING MACHINE HEIRS1! WANTED. 1 above-name- d hail, jlkjlWhnUtjkrirWni . IJ i. aiif ......,. "P"""'"??""'?1? ZLL '"fftSB M Hen Moseley, a brother of Sheriff mCEi-5-- 2: It is said thnt 50,000 people gathered XSISM. to hear tho Noblest Old Roman of Them Moseley, of Jessamine, was found in an XVAAPL.g-'Vc- m All speak at Chicago and that his effort, unconscious state nenrHr.rrodburg with like tlintnt Port Huron, was worthy of a vial of inorphlnt lying by him, and Stanford, Ky., August 28, 1888 the attention it received. Speaking of n died shortly after being taken to town. rXSSS1 THIStirepnrntlnn.wlthout i"Jar,remoesProok- fijCr1 redundant and overflowing treasury, Hehad been on a protracted piee. 'Acul Plm- - t Us. I.ivor-MolJudge Thurnian recalled tho words of Tho false work for the Chesapeake ...... J OmimW TTAHrl. t)..... wives uinu&.'nu iub. oiiuiiurn iiiin W. P. WALTON, . , Gov. Hilly Allen, of Ohio, whojsaid: "You mid Ohio railway bridge for tllCUIUO, m wl w..,.l.r , .IIrlnna soft. nmnntli mil might as well undertako to keep a at Cincinnati, was swept away Sunday niont MulibornlT red kln Is Allen G. Thurman's Tariff.-Th- is -house in hell as to have an honett by a drift of wood that had accumulated white. Viola dream !j not n paint or, The Uriffis nothing but a tax imposgovernment with a surplus in tho treas- at the base. The los, which isestiinatod powder (ocoTcrdefcclc, Imtatvmeilvlncurp ration, und ed by the General Government upon goods, wares It i superior all llridge is guaranteed to gireother propa to and manufactures Imported into the United Mates ury," and added: "That was the truth ntSl'OO.OOO, falls upon the Phtenix natisfactlon. At tiruif putfl or mailed fur 50 cmtn. l'rcnared 1t for sale, the effect of which l to raise the prlco very forcibly expressed, and now I can Company. nf everything upon which it is put, and not only appeal to you just to look at what ConSz CO., The ongineeiv, firemen mid switch- G. C. TOI.MDO, OHIO. to raise the price of the articles upon which It ii gress is about and seo whether or not men have struck on what is known as put, but to raise the pnee of similar ait cles that this is the truth." The Old lioinun has ihe Mackoy system of roads in Indiana, are manufactured in this country GARRARD COLLEGE! stood the round of speaking iluely and consisting of the Kviuisvillo and Tone LANCASTint, KV seems as full of life and vigor as a boy of Haute, the Peoria, Decatur and Evans The refusal of tho republican Senate ville and the Evansville and Iudianapo IlourdlnR Oepartment rxcluaitely for girls. to ratify a treaty with tlio Canadian j;ov 40, Hoys trained for leading Colleges and Univcrsi lis railroads. negotiated by President Cleveeminent, lie. (.troKai: H. liETCHKit, who probably Well selected count cf stud v. land and Mr. llaynnl for the purpose of Morals and manners carefully instilled CHURCH AFFAIRS. ought to have been hung for killing Dr. i HcniMrieu itaciicis, xuiuiuant tetimon' settling the fisheries dispute, and of Fur information apply to J.II.SKiN.VKIt. maintaining tho rights of American citi- Evans at Xicholnsville, instead of being Two of our churches are still without Lancaster, Ky. 4t 21 years und then getting a parlying put the President on his metal and given zens, pastors, as many preachers a aro he immediately sent to tho august body don, lias been sentenced to the peniten- around loose in the country. KENTUCKY for obtaining money a message that lias rattled tho republi- tiary for live years Over '2,'MO conversions are reported false pretenses in Kenton county. can leaders and set tho whole world to under as the result of Hoy Harrison's meetings Agricultural and Mechanical FlucNt Satecnw excelthinking. Tho message is a clean, con- Ho is the sorry sheep of a very in the St. John's Methodist church, New Silks, In Ciiold HanillcN. ASSOCIATION. family, who aro keenly sensible of cise and vigorous statement of thetronl-le- s lent York. Sept .v, tSM, Wild RnVe, i ial4' ; since it lias the disgrace he lias put upon the name. and invokes the Senate, Elder V. - Williams and myself Oct J3, iSS.- Siullol). rl, j5V(; A.NT) Oct it, 1883, HIikU Rnt, j 10H, rejected tho peaceful settlement of them, interesting meeting at TiiK'democratfl of the (5th do not pro- are holding an 16S7, Draw If il, p icer, ij; Auk. with '2 conto give its aid and counsel and tho fur- pose to be caught napping again, but Sugar UroveSchool-HoUM- , Sept 4, i866,Jerome Turner, i ts'i,, All. November 11,1884, MAID S, aojV ther grant of power that seems necessa- will return CarKslo to Congress with his fessions to date. J. O. Livingston. ry to an effective execution of the plan old time majority. At Covington Satur A couple of students at the llipti-- t LEXINGTON, - - - KY., of retaliation suggested by existing laws, day nieht the largest procession ever College, Uichmond, Va., studying for the which if entered upon will bo made e.on in tlwt ot mirrtilrwl Mir trii nml ministry, fell out about it girl and one thorough and vigorous. The document ntenva,8 t0 stirring seeches challenged the other for a duel, which AUC. 28, 29,30, 31 AND SEPTEMBER I. ends with the assurance that lie intends bv Jo,m g K, the authorities nipped in the bud. T p mhm Jm, ,,, b(J 0 , t, to protect the nghta of American e.ti- - . Hew T. S. Hubert, of London, in the Competition Open to the World, T, zens at all hazards and asks that tho Jackson circuit, lias withdrawn from the Thobe business there this time. ran members of Congress consider M. E.,ehurch, South, united with the (irand Tournament tientlemcn Ruler, in L'o Chaui.i:k M. Mkaciiam, late of the Southern Presbyterians and has been the questions involved calmly and patriturtle I acli Dav ronini;nf tlie (,ueen nf llcauly, Saturday September it Paris otically and with an eye single to the in- Hopkinsvillo South Kentuckian, who to labor in Carter county. terests of our people and the high stand- has been in California forseveral months Kentuckian. Flour-liar- TWO RACES EACH DAY Good Molasses-- , Sugar- ard of American citizenship. The mes- in pursuit of health, has found it and One would not think it, but the Kit KIT Ladies and Children under u ear of T. K. sage has given the lie to the republican will return at once to Kentucky, where Quakers of this country number 7:i,(XH), age admitted free the first dav charge that tho administration is under he will be greeted with jov by everv pen- - the Free Methodists have a membership Special Trains on all railrwidsat rcducedratos whoenjovs either his person- - of 12,000, theSwvdenborgianso,7o0;theru l'loral Hall npenex fry day and wlllUta feature, British influence and will have the ef-- j the Kair for lurther Information and Catalogue, feet of solidifying the Irish vote for the al acquaintance or knows his ability as a are 1,000 Reformed Episcopalian, ami address the Secretary 1' l. JOIIN'.SON', fresldent. democracy, which it was claimed would writer. It is to be hoped he will soon the Mennonites have IKl.OOO enmniuni-cant- s TllOS I. MAR I IN. Secretary. on account of the ,0 j the harness again, ICECREAM FREEZERS go to the republicans in the Tinted States. -- . -j i "jingo" policy of Hlaine, the head and ' At a Baptist Association nicotine. The Helvu Ixekwood iwrty has brains of the party. Like all of Mr. Monticello. Ira., the Tylor and held at miblicutterancesnnd papers, ' the bustle as a campaign badge, but Malone families eng.it.vd in a tiht. Tiiir- STANKOHI), KY, the message comes at the right timo and ' '"si noi ue taken ior Krameti uiai er-- y 8h(ls W(!fl. Jri.(1 hj ,,M ,,,., onp Iui Scptemhfr In tk in the right language and adds to the ury wu"" """ wera a miMie is tor ute. James Malone an. I Sa:u Tyler were Will op.n the tirst.Mandsv inbe prepared for bihsr dtpsrimrni boys Al h growing sentiment that he is the grand- iteivfi. ine jiremesi woman in innioni Instantly killed; VA Tyler mortally or UnWemty Also those d.sirr can taV. a praciical cn.rse, fucluding llool Kcci'ln.:. is red-hfor Grover, and she wears a T. K. WALTON'S. est statesman of his day. wounded and otiurs r eciwd slighter rcmnansliip uill he taueht uu it'iititic princihustle as large as a Imlloon. ples, hy the analrsis of the letters llncll.h injuiits. and Ilctbinilion mil recritc special Jok Mi'LitATTON, who was elected at 1'upils uill he trained la the artel ex ELEGANT GREEN TEA teinporant-ousreaMnj; Discipline will he Und, thelastweetingas nn "Onery member Tiieuh are 144 Congressmen oft" on Col. T. -. Moberly, of Iadison, Mild but firm: AT lehaiar and dillzcnt annlicatluu of the Kentucky Prcs Association," teaves, seeing after their fences at 4 Shorthorn bulls for jflJoO. heinp demandi d i.l all. T. R. WALTON'S. Primary iipiU illlie vi.ll drilled In ll fmdin'g n waterr Brto in '""'i-'- , but the House, in order that a stud. came near Tlie wheat crop of Dakota is said to ie mat constitute tnn basis ior a tliaruugli Ili;h toned prlnrlplosnf honor and tnurality Green Kiver last week, or at least hosuvs quorum shall bo present during the luve been badly injun"! by fnt. lrill be imlilled anil halms of cnmi.sy will be redid. He attempted to ford the twac'li-- cussion of the president's message, lias NICE CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS a fund The The Nelson Fair begins on the 4th quired. aid 1'iincipal bringstn this schoolworl f skill ohtained fruai the i4 i erous btream after n heavy rain. Uis revoked all leaves and ordered the A big display many ) ears cspsneiue and Classical Sh (wis and continues four day. in Knjlisli Terms per T. R. WALTON'S. scholastic iMonths; took friglit at borne floating object, sentees to return to their seats. and Mime line trots are promised. A. K. P nmary, $13; Session nl ten Jn; Academic in. Intermcdiule, ' and in plunging around threw Joe ovei- Tuition cdtution only In for Coru'.hcrs, tecretary, will aceept thanks case of payahle itiarterly 1.1.. . .....J.,, , I... ...no protracted ickiies. uoaru. oi 1...! i.K the 8tatt.luent tmt President Cleveland for 54. Al.liX. J. I'AXIOX, Pn.elpal. & Wax AH1.n,1 . A..... n.w V...V...., .j.-f- t, !. nuBlieuuunu ,1... fi.irtHifir f.rvinir tlto , ,.n,.fr luiti.il CIO flfWl in w.v-- noiotvn.rn Win. McClelland, of I. wWierjr.grew ...... A I .w,w . " while lust v for hell), it ,.o,., in tli. fund " and his cabinet and titrsnual friends 1.S00 htixhels of wheat on 60 acres thnT. R. WALTON'3 shape of a pretty widow, who stuck out in Washington have swelled the amount snon. Kleven ncivs averaginl biiili wliO a long pole to tlie champion liar, to $150,000. els to the acre. It was of extra line qual FOR SALE ! was now a detuned moist body, and he sold at SJtvnt.s a Inislu-l- , for LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE They do say that tlie President's mes- ity anil was clutched it in time to save his lying boul I'lflyie A its I I siiJ, in. .Ml) in crass, , ith see I. Mayvill Ihilbtin. from the liordition that awaits it, if lie sage may cause New Hampshire to go ml house ih il. miles on I ,ab Dtihartl IV c RAILROAD. It has been eUhnated that there arts now Ttrm.,c..y WAI.ION repents not the error of his way. Instead d 'inoeratie and even Maine is now plac-- 80,000 salustnen ou tho rotwl In this country, Tie l, of thanking his savior and proceeding ed among tlie doubtful States. Why not anu that tholr cipcnso occoira nlono aver- ages tl,'A a year each. This means an outFOR on his journey, he showed the base in-- make tlie tiling unanimous? lay of tl30,OOU,000 u year, nnd, counting au THROUGH TRUNK LINE. " . . immediately ' average salary of fl.OUO nor year, gratitude of his nature by , tho grand above is net Kl I u ill rrut Ike house st if The- There will hardly be war witn tireatj toUlii8 8Wclleato l0,0u0,000 .expended by I It WALTON proposing to marrv. the widow, wlio is reasonable Aiturc. IJritain. She can't afford it. But Grover nnd on traveling solesmen. The knmenao l.urilinl nu fair. f. it find fortv. and well .W .V..V.... .F 1. .. is going to mako her Canadian suojects sum Is scattered throughout tho entire heeled financially. We did not hear her do nnd furnlshos an -- Willthe fair tiling, or take the conseipien country, and hotel profits. Important item of railway answer, but if she accepted his proposal ces. Hnur. aro some curious statistics concernshe will live to regret that and the fact ing tho French Canadian population of NEWS CONDENSED. that she did not let him drown, unless Maine. In bcvcii years It has Increased 20 Louisville she is somewhat of a prevaricator herNine new cases and two deaths from per cent. In Watorvillo and M per cent, in To NasLvil'.o, Lewlaton nnd Auburn. Hut tho French self and likes that kind of company. ! yellow fever at Jacksonville, Fla., Sun- - Canadian lainlly is decreasing in slzo. In Memphis, li&l thoavorjge w9 5 'JJ, nearly ua largo as The democrats have nominated candi-- day l&M Joseph I Force, presiding judge of; tho average Maine family of 1&50. In 4.00, Atlanta, dates in tlie 1st, lid, Stli, Oth and 10th it fell to fj.Ort, hi 18S.J to 4.ttl, in 1S5 to Montgomery, Gen. Wolford is the rec- the Shelby countv court, died in Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, districts, while m 1S5T to 4 58, in ISSil to 4.5W, in 1SS7 to 4.S2, and in 1SS3 to 4.50. Tlio average Maine Little Rock, ognized democratic candidate in the 11th. the best assortment we have over had, embrccing over lias decreased from 5.G4 in 1850 to 1.5S in Fo.ster lias been nominated Mobile and New Orleans. Stone will bo renominated in the 2d, in by the republicans of tlie litli Ohio Con- - lt0. Montgomery is opposed by Clements Some ono has boon compiling some Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. in regard to married llfo in London, the 4th, Caruth has no opposition in the giessional district. A Trigg county man SO years old bus nnd estimates that among tho population of o Only one ilutiige to Kmts in oth, Carlisle none in tlie Oth and nono avowed in tlie 7th. Tlie been convicted of murder and sentenced that elty there aro 2,423 wives who havoloft Differcnt styles ntl prices. Our stock consists largely of tho better their husbands; 2,371 husbands wlio have & leaders say they intend to elect an un- to 21 years in the Penitentiary. left their wives: 4,730 divorced iwrsons; grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for tho JttooK.51' trunks to ormg back the lai.ua couples that live together in a state broken democratic delegation, but work EMIGRANTS of incessant hostilities; 510,512 couples that will have to be done in tlie 3d, Oth Dlaine family's purchases of the products Come and see our goods before making your selections. Seeking licmes on the line of this road ill receive trado. i,1,ifr,crcnt ono to Special rates., 10th and 11th districts to do so. It, of tlie pauper labor of Europe. npparontly other; l.ftiO couples .B"Sec agents ot this Company for rates, routes You will be astonished to seo such a stock in Stanford. An earthquake at Stevenson, Ala., happy. 1,102 couples that are happy to a A can he done, however, if tho party or write to f3i C. I. A I'MOltf (J. I', ft 1. A., the town up pretty lively nnd tain extent, nnd of couples that aro really ty will unite and given long pull, a strong l.ouisxllle, Ky naPP"' scared tlie negroes half to death. pull and n pull together for bikccs. JLVfiSLRTG-'B- . NOTES ON WRITERS. Frank Green, late of Paris, Ky, where Ma 3. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. Hox. J). It. Fkaxcis, mayor of St. Lou- his father still lives, lias been sentenced Hahriet DnEcnBu Hrown is thoUrst worn- is, having secured tlie nomination for to death at Franklin, Tenn., for murder, an admitted to tho Author's Club, of which governor of Missouri, tlio question of The Loo Monument Association at sho lias Just boon inado an honorary mem CHICKEN who will be the next executive of tlie Iticlniiond, Vn., has accepted Morciur's ber. Nathaniel Uawtiioknc was a shy man. is practically settled and tlio little model of tho eqneMtriiin statue of tlie Ilia sou Julian says : State "Inovor saw my faboy wlio used to paddle in the waters of filorious Hobcrt K. I.ee. ther In tho act of composition no ono ever Cholera Cure ! Dix lUvcr, in this county, will steer tlio II. U. Heed, of Kvansville, Intl., fell did." "Octave thanet," who lins becorao ship of State in the grand old democratic down a spiral stairway from tho (ith to very bright and origknown as a writer j stronghold, which will honor itself by tho I'd floor of the I'ahner House, Chica- inal short stories, of Miss Alico Trench, of is honoring him. .Mr. Francis is a kins- go, and was instantly killed. Davenport, la. Amelia Riveh, Georgo llqrcdith and man of our Col. Tlios. W. Miller and othJohn Williams took up n quarrel Worlc, Robert Louis Bmvcnson form literary ers and a nephew of Mr. S. V. Rowland, his brother and Tom1 Xunnclley trinity now In the useendeney.tlio They aro A. C. SINEC, of Danville. by shooting tho latter through the rijjht thojwpular "fads." Uuskin, in n noto to tho London Ttime, breast, tho ball coining out at the back. Tin: democrats of tlio I!d district, All live in I'ulaski. declures that ho hnows nearly nil of " Pickby heart, nnd that ho loves Dickens which was lost to them two years ago by Speaker Carlisle! has appointed his wick" every bit of Ids heart." "with nomination between a row over the private secretary, W. J. Kehoe, late of Miss Louisa M. realized more and Khca, have nominated Isaac Cynthiana, stenographer of tho House. than ltt),(X from Alcott literary woik. hor T A Herschel Goodknight, of Simpson, a Tlio position pays So.OOO n year and is for Frionda who assume to know &ay that within tho last ycai- hor Income was i?ir,ti0. bright young lawyer, and brother of life or good behavior. JT Mis. Minna Ikvino, the poetess of Tarry-towProf. T. M. tioodkniglit, who married a Win. Sapp has been hold at Lebanon N. Y., claims the proud distinction uf A'i.'it'Si Lincoln county girl, if tlio bitternebs for attempting to poison his possessing tho Bmallsst foot in America. Klio wears a slippar exactly ono slzo less engendered Iieietofore can lie forgotten wife by putting arsenic in her watermel Thousands of dollars worth ol and tlio party will unite, Ir. Godfrey on. He ought to bo hung without the than yo. 1, and keeps samples on exhibition hirkens die every year from Choi at tho different newspaper ofliccs in ow ra. It is more fatal to chickens than Hunter will servo only one term in Con- benefit of tho clergy, if guilty. York. ill other diseases combined. Hut the gress. Mm Lr.wis MoiiMb' definition of poetry is Tho Cunard steamer Unibria made liscovcry of it remeay mat positively this: All writing tending to noblo emotion IJ. V. Day received tlio democratic tho run from New York to Queenstown, or rollcctlon leading to ouch emotion having wes it has been made, nnd to be connomination for Congress in tlio 10th dis- 2,:i5 miles, in 0 days, 10 hours and L!) for its subject mankind or the material vinced of its efficacy only requires a or both in relation to Ocd nnd using trict on tlio IJSth ballot, beating his towns- minutes. Tlio other three vessels that rial, a bottle is encugh foi GRAND JUBILEE cefebrattng the Seltlomont of the Northwestern Territory, race were not even in sight. for the, most part tho veluclo of rhythmical entered tho man, Brooks, and J. D. lllaek, of It is guar )nc hundred chickens. form. A joint convention of tho American tho latter withdrawing his Mit. Hii)i:n IIvnoAun, in n moment nf irriof in teed If, after using DISFL,A-y- . name early in tho action in tho interest nnd Southern Dental Associations will tation, thus explained "She." "Well, bottle, the buyer is not thoioughly rrrsmnWHljS. -r for begin its session in tho Girls' High School there aro many explanations, but perhaps rtTnff. Theio is no of harmonyatisficd with it as a cure for Chicken is ex- the bo3t Is that womon nro vain. Ayo3tia Cholera, return it to the undeisigned 10th, but tho party building in Louisvillo It any democrat in tlio was vnm. Hho liked to da2rlo men with her can win if it will give Judge Day the sup- pected that COO delegates will bo pres- charms, and llnaJIy her vauity.was tho cause uul vour money will be refunded. ent. of her death. 7. port tb'cy should. For (.tic by McKobcrU .V StusS, Sianfonl. I Semi-Weekly Interior Journal IfSm 1 MQCrjyiOLACREAM' a. FALL GOODS ! They are Coining Iaily. I ( , j powder- definl-tionofl- i: BITTNKU MS BOO IS AID SHOE Heoiovod "Yesterday. TRUNKS SOFT & In All Sizes .nd Frioas. VALISES I From the Cheapest Gingham to the ami Naturral Stickor To Suit UMBRELLAS I- -, STTFP .11 POCKET HATS ,,,, FATEII B1BUCIE & MBdDBlEIBTg -- C j and Clean rcls for Sale Cheap. and Walton. 1 j adopt-Cleveland- 's MlIE ssmdtaby Col-leg- e . T. R. W-A.X.T01T- i Extracts for Ice Cream ot t ' I j I dis-li- e rsluca-tlo- 1 e 1 1 -- - I ' ti.-ke- "" Fruit Jars Sealing j 4 1 - rt 1 1 RENT! SOUTH & WEST BUGGIES, CARRIAGES 1 Miel-byvili- e. fum-il- y Ex-Go- bU-tistl- j ISreck-inridg- ARKANSAS TEXAS ' . ccr-siioo- k - an ANTER9 GEO. T. WEimEBr, s STMF0RD PLMMG MILL CO. Superlutuiiflent. Flooring, Sidings, Ceiling, I'liiishiiij Lumber, .Mouldings, Krackels, Scrll Work, Frames, Sash, Doors, minds, Veranda Fte. Hal-se- ll CINCINNATI Sk JDLY4aiO OCT. 27L- - uul-vers- o nwusiiii UNSURPASSED rrmun vflLLEr two-third- s i - walk-ove- to-da- EXCUR80GM RATES FROM mm$k imHmmmmstrm At,E-"P05MT8- 1 i mmmmmmtmmtt L 1 i ii mi ii fen mi i ii'k A Semi-Weekly Interior journal LOCAL LORE. .Sr.VKiiA.Ni'K A Son will open their the. Kmitv barrels at T. It. Wnlton'H. new tlry oods utoro about September. this fceaon lare, Si'HAKiNo. loth. of C. Warren and A. K. Denny will address the people at the court-hous- Uemember that Messrs. e 1!. y. Tiiosi: who Intend to visit Halts Well m I iiavi: moved my meat hbop to the will please tlo so at once, O.m: Vaiiii juwti tobacco for '.'0 cuntHiit as I will close early in September. old Dr. Meltoberts olllcc, on Lancaster Ky., Awjust 28, 1888 TANFOIM), street from the cellar under the VanArs-dal- e H. .S. MytV. A..L. Spoonamore. store, wheie I will be find to wait t Dkatii. A little daughter of Mr. and on my customers. W. F. Hamsev. Aiku't L'(K) buxliuli of white heed rye Published Evory Tuesday and Friday Mrs. William Dawes, aed 11 months, for wile. J. K. llruce. AT u ttr.v. Cii:o. O. Hui.nks, Mrs. llarnuMiml .,rrvrfv?r'"'Wi--'irrij-- y ww ,i&. died Saturday ni:ht of bruin fever. Mrs. itt'c 1'itrir jarrt of several variuties at A. A. $'.J 1'JCIt YJ'JAlt.lX AUVANCIfi Misses Marie and tieorae I'.arnes came Dawes In also very ill with flux. Warren'H .Model (irocerv. over after services Friday night and staid "WWhcn not to paid 33.00 will be charged." iiavi: just received a big lino of fall till next day with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mom: rain more runt, It wnH falling shoes of the X"iler Bros.' make, anil in- Wray, at their old Pink Cottage home. gently most of yesterday. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. vite my customers to call and examine While there the good evanyclist and his Two iit'Ni(iu:i) TiiofHA.M) jjood brick them. S. II. Shanks. daughters made a special visit to the afMail train Rolnj Noith ..ujipm forKtle. Call on J. V. I'.migliiiian. ' South Ijipm IIavk already received and am dally flicted editor, which he appreciated with y I J7 P m prci train " South ' North J7m Xi:w .Millinery in t variety at receiving a line of the most desirnblo fall the full gratitude of a thankful heart. ,630111 Local Ftcliflit North 6 35 P m CotirtM & Cox'h in 11 few dayM. South. Call and and winter suitings the market aHbrds. LvNCAsrKit Cot. 11T. Only a few yearThe latter tram alo carry paMcnijtrt. Call and examine them. II. C. Uupley.' ling ceo it. on tumtartl time. Solar cattle tin the market yesterday and The aUave U calculated time II about 10 ninutct fatter. Don't let Unite iVMcItoburtH'elutliiut; Jim Adams, who is indicted for hog none sold. The only trading done was Will keep constantly a large and select line of Furniture opportunity pits you. See their adver- stealing, was arrested and put in jail Sun in yearling mules, a good many changK. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods tisement. day night. Dink Farmer and several ing hands at from $70 to $10!). A KowUnd at 5 3s a m snd 7.30 a Train, can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be colts brought from $10 to d and return at 6 p m and g 40 p m others captured and brought bint to Tjij: It. it U. Kxprei-- is the safest and that I sell than the lowest. town. Uive it a trinl. A. T. cheaiH'Ht. meahs'TusFness. NEW AlKKTISKJIEXTS. ajjent. Nkxt Saturday, September 1st, 1 will Wati'Mis iuiii jewelry re pain' und begin to handle fresh fish, oysters and A. K. lViin'y. wiirnintotl. V have received and Ww.L I'apkii. Tin: t pluw to buy tlriiBX, pntfiit opened a Inr'e and new lot of null paper. celery, and will 11111 through the season, Sj8L6 tuciliciiicH ami toilet articlcM in at A. It. determined not to be undersold by any Owuley A: Craif. IVnny'M. Of JIorm'M, Muli'M, Corn, Aiu. one. My stock will always be fresh. J. lli'v your Hclnxil book, Ink, Mliletx. At Admimttratcr ol J J Newl.tnd, dee'd I will, T. Harris. Tim K. C. oilers the low rate of and whuol Mipplii'H of all at his late reudence near paptT, iK'iit-ilin Linfor the round-tril- l Fair, to the klndrt (nun A. K. IVnny. coln county en Tiik little negro burglar, Jim Fairis, is and endH Friday. 1 KiinninN'0 nil wntdieH and every ar- which bev'iim a slick one. Jailer Owens tells us that 5, 1888, ticle of Jewelry I hell to be Jiiht iw ropre-Kiite11 Out new- fall hats and other fall kocnIh he tried to get out by picking the lock Penny. A. Sell publi.ly all of !ii ptrnal property, will be in in a few day and we cordial-I- v with a shoe buttoner. The promise of a Coiiiliiln r,f houtchuld and kitchen furniture, SOMEWHAT PERSONAL. Invite the I.nlif to call and examine. cowhiding if caught at it again may deter farming ImplcnunK, about (a head of hocu, t .. . .. pr inule, hmici, s'. row, t oull, a lot of cjUc, few da vs. him for a Mm. .1 I IlitN UvLitim.lii.r Iluiri.ntH UillMK iV U), about i.mio bbl cm in field, nbout i,ooo ' " of Mock in otnek, in Wayne county. lAMii.ntkirin cottaj;eHcanj;etthein CYttinuScimit.. Two negro men, Jim in the Stanford and Preachcrtville luriipike, A Mock of guoda ..t I'leJtll'TM lilt, Ky , Ac, Mi-.I- II !A I'i:tis has taken rooms nl now at $t.f0 a week till the eloo of the Middleton and Tom Hopper, ipiarrelled Ivrma .ill mm of Jm and under, cui)i in hand. the Mih-e- s llcmleyN. hea.ion. A. I.. Spoouamore, jiroprietorof over a game of cards in Mackville Sun- Over that amt, three nuntha credit, pcr.on.il ccunty and inurcit bcinj required day and proceeded to carve each other Kn. A. S. MnrKKiT id buck with old Hales Well. I W I) WHITK, Adm'r. 57 tl.iVf. friends for a few up. Doth are pretty badly cut in the Tiik attention of men of money is breast, but not fatally, perhaps more's MiFA.lt i.t Waiin'kh, of Louisville, is j tiKiiin called to the sale of Lincoln county tj(u jtv iMtiiiK Mm. Kate iutlilur.tr. SURGEON MiMki.i:n .Sao'luy hi visiting Mix Ixiiuln, which is to be made at auction Tin: IjuiciKter Xews says that Humhere next Monday (icrtrude (irady, at Coliiinhi.t. STAXFORI), KY. phrey Ilest broke up a meeting at Mt. Mil Nim I'akmi.kv and wife.of Pulaski, Tin: house that I. M. Drure is build- Tabor, near Paint Lick, last week, by OIHcp on l.ancaitcr ureet, in room recemtr vaare vicMing Mrs. James (Joer. ing on his lot in the extension in the acting in an outrageous manner. If the cated by l)r W. I! Tinny .It D(.i: STKi'iihN llnirii ami con, Will, c.iMcrn poitlon of town is rapidly ap- law can not stop him in hi wild career ! have returned from lieorp'town. proaching completion. it would seem that the good people . Mn. 1. I'. NiXXKi.i.KV i.H ronvalft-flni- : u ill Ua meeting of thu ttoikhotdero of Tin re themselves might show him that he can thc.Slantardnnd l'rcat.h.rMllc Turnpike at the A smai.i. watch and chain was found from a nevere riiM.1 of tlirentery llu. e not continue to act with impunity on in Stanford at a p in on September county conn day, f r c'ectli n uf a Iloardol DirecMns. W11.1. H.n.:v, of Ijiwrencuburc, by a little negro Isiy under the depot any and every occasion. tor lor th eniuini; )e.ir, platform and turned over to .Marshal O. baa been viliirj: Mr. J. K. Karris. illl.U SAUOEANT, Sce'y Tin: prompt acquittal of Mail Agent Miks Iiikm: Dii.i.iox, of Cnib Orchard, S. Cariientcr, from whom it can be oh is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. M. O'Drr-- 1 taincd by paying the boy and for this1 James I. Hamilton by the Garrard jury, an. of the murder of Turuer, while he til.) notice. Cimiw, of Hichmoml, ha Mis was marshal of I.'iuraMer, was expected All perin l,aiiiKl'll a imnu with Mm .Mil. Wen the guest of MUs Foxie Penning- Tin: town has been painted red by the by all who were cogni-iof the facts in '"(Rate keeper n the Stanford and HuMomlllc ",n' pike uill cme forward and fettle with licr, bill inters for Col. Geo. W. Hall's circus the hc i koiih; to leap the cae, which was clearly one of uatc and want to utile all A CARD TO TH3 PEOPLE OP LINCOLN COUNTY. Mns. Hwv P. Mmk.iit, Mis Hettie F.v- -, aI. p,inKi,.yv XMAvr inenairerie, which - betore kaniL- Re.pictfully, Charles White, who killed a acunitif55 ;ms Dr. Kvans and others are at Hales wilI uxi,nU here Sept. 7th, and at Crab JOHN J CASH negro Inst spring, was given 11 years by Wi',"I Orchard the Mil. See "ad." telling all the Mine court. move to Mis l.u- Mn. It. K. Iton-wllSALE. paper, cy l!weleys bouse just vacated by Mr. . l)ti.w. Citpt. l. F. Powell came in On account ! '.at health, I offer f r sale my ' I Tin: largest number of prisoners over vithtjurdfiv In tnlt lid flint .Trilm T!iftwnii farm cuiitainuu Hi aire Unnini; land, UI 'wain. timber lard near by for Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by v Slit. .vi.Mi.s (i.C.DrNcv.v of Mon-- , i jail hrre at one time now sojourn In ,lie n.an'wl.o l. J, i;s 1 ES, hlmulf u week ago. particulars addreH. lit ,.., MtKtnniy, Lincoln county, Ky Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s M t' I tni'lbt, are visitlni; the family of Mr. J. that establishment Bakery, Restaurant and ..,..,.,.,.. here are 21, 10 of .i... ..,.,.,,. ,lf , N Menefee. whom are charged with murder. The wound in the left lung. He also California Fruit Stores They will keep constantly on hand everyshot Mit. mi Mns. J. It. lV-riare sjieiul- - majority of them, we nre glad to say, are himself in the forehead, but the ball did thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pie3, Cake3 and the Best of niijnfcw days with Mr. Djniel Stng, j from other counties, where the jail faeil- - not penetrate the skull. Two years ago ON MONDAY, SEPT. 3rd, 1888, Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Try r., in k nsoy. ities ate not so gixnt as ours he was struck on the head by a piece of lleforc tWeCoiirt-Hondour in St.inlnrJ . Km their Ice Crea.n; it taiC23 the Oake. We do oar own vork. Come Va.var-dai.Mi-- x of HarnxN lticky.nl 1' M wenill mTerat puhiic iale Minmk '" "'- -' of i in l,niid uf Lincoln tounty bearing I'm: Lain el Coal miners have signed h,a,t'' MhiU' lx and buy at flr3t hands. Satisfaction guaranteed. burg, is the guest of her aunt, Mry. II. wciu iiucrcsi raanie annually an agrcuinent to go to work at 20 a then he has been "lliu'htv" at times. He i y VAkxox. Respectfully, ) R. ZIMMER, J MeDobettx. was from Virginia and leaves a wife and t. II CUIII'KK Com'tiv. ch screens, hundred for coal from I) It LAKI'LXrUIt, J Mu. U. W. I.11.1. ui and little daugh5fld Wholesale and Retail. for coal from 1 screens. three children. . . ter. Nidie, of Lelstuon, aix' visiting Mr. and There was one price last season, ?J.7.i. CxfTfiiiitt. Will Pollock, who has LAND James T. Cmig. Mu. J. F. Wu.tox and Miss Jennie The compromise was effected by Ran- been supposed to be in jail at Shepherdsloo acres on the Sniiicr.et and Crab Oorchard ' "rwtl P ville, since li is capture at Lexington, on raid half way belHeen tlic twu places. Well of Walton, of D.tinille, were up to see rel-- ! ",J'I" " 1"""' w" (jowl water on tin- place llulf c "'w trouble. 30 - THAT forfeited bail, was arrested here by John aire in gra. A j,. od outlet for cared andhogs atives hero Satunlar. cattle, and idictu. W. (;. WALLACE. New land and Jailer Owen, jiM as he Danville, and tive" Itowman SS ' Dahney Ky. .. t was ukout to reach his mother's bouse, , , , ... , , tne iwuioni, ot iranKin, are .1 Minieiie it ,"1'1 1,1f",1 Jilil t!l1 yestenlay, when he gi.ctsof Miss Liw.ie Farris. wiiere he jiicked out W. M. .loiikius was returned to Shepherdsville, where - HAVB Miss V.uxs ltii.iof went to Somei.et i iwut t(l. jol o( .,, 'as t(t) ,,, ,wmtt,, j Ak exectitnra of 'amford Lnvin, dee'd, we will u Ih under Indictnient for lobbing L. & Saturday, to be ready for her iJirlIiiIlKlMlllt, Ala., for murder and for ell at his late reddendo on the Stanford i'i Dan' whicli opened there yestenlay. w,01 ht. WV8 Uwn, h n.mini of ,. j N. ars. It seems that the jailer of Itnl- - ville Tike, midway tVtween the tulwns, w ',0 -- Prof. A.S. PaMon will conduct pray - n)nU)Ulll j, Ilou.r handletl t0 wriously -- orfeill JoIlkills uiimi j "" ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1888, er met ting services at the Presbyterian am, tIlu R,cognjti0I1 vvas entirely by the for " ,l"s ,K'U11 ll,,ti- -' Pollock go at will The follouini; per.on.il property: 'for some time, especially culpable since 'description. church until a pastor is secured. 3car.olil fat ilitn, 4 high he had run off once befoieand givev the Sexcn aand IhkIi cr.idetoutmid calve., 35 gtada Mi"s Iv SjIII.rv icturnod on Sunday licifus, 5 high . ' rowKit-i- V tfriide hoy., 7s lnli (jradq hetp, pair aed lo. nave rio-e-ii authorities much trouble. lUtsimlngton, III., with Mrs. U. mebt to marc mule, family hore. a hor.ci. in order to open their store at tine one, fine ycttrllni; filly, fun; combined W. Fields, to remain two niontlis. baroucliK and maro a largo store at Columbus, Ohio. The Tin: thief who had successfullv enter- - mare nnd colt, brood liarnt-sMu. ami Mns. J, D. Swuv moved to harm:., btitfiry and Miring wnon hor wnson nnd Hustonville yesterday, to the good citi-xn- s sloic at this place will beunderthe man- ' (, four stores here and gotten oil' with nnd harneo,harrow, pbv, bareitln;; harness, Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchheal drill, machine, of Mr. Joe S. Jonos. Mr. J. D. the contents of the money drawers and x.,,Vc. i6arenf corn riild and 5 (tacks of maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness of which place we commend them. ageinent new h.iv Mn. II. T. II Minis and wife have gone Swain will manage the one at Huston- some other things, turns out to be a Ht- - Terms made kno.ui on day of sale and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the ville ami Mr. S. L. Powers will make tie negro boy named Jim Funis, from MltS L I. KRIN,Jror, Si td t.. P.iducah to stay with their daughter, T I. LfLLARI), eye. Mrs. Bessie Saunders, who lives theie. headquarters at tlie one at LoluuiDus, Lancaster, who has been woiking licre, ,mt win P0"'1 ,UOi!t of ,,iH t5,nc' visiting nid who is but 14 yeais of age. The at- Mas. R. C. II mi. carried olf the preni-- 1 PUBLIC ,,is various stores. tcniit to pass a counterfeit .lollarin Lm- iiiu. on her Konsington silk embroidery caster that he got out of some of tin ,.r r.. l.nwii.iieehnri' fair, over seven en- dfcC. Wi: note in the Ixtkiuou Joriix.M.that tli.iwers, lead to nm captiue. on iniorina- ' tries. Mr- A- - K- - l)on.v lmH Ulkc" thestumpin Mit. John K. Patiuhc, of Jackson, tion of Mr. Peter Hampton. When ar - edwillon"0'6 "'' f C"ls ''ynn' dccea' Having inmiu a speeeli at mis- l came over this time to attend tho Humus rested he had Meltoberts A Stagg's (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) t.,,,., t.m vnn ...- li..liivti .uHiiinnlinf tonville on Saturday and is booked for watch and some of the cents that he got SATURDAY, w. 1, '88, tWLWtMlf !'' jwi ...in FAVOKITE LINE IIETWKUN THE NORTH AND SOU I'll another at Stanfonl on court day. Can't that as you choose. from them. Heconfessed to the burglar- sell tu the hi);hct bidder alt the tok, crop and lie "deaden over the line" a little anil let farming implements of uhiJi said decedent did LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. Mu. W. K. Vaiinon, who came home ies and denied that he had an accomto'attentl the bedside of bis wife, who ,lis ,5o,k' "HI,ty fr,l'i,H ,,wir hI,,,v of about 50 head of cattle of which plice. Waiving an examination, ho was 1OJ.C, IN5i-- i HOURS. all matters, but especi there are 16 head of steers, jo head of a pretty severe easy of typhoid is well posted on has hail held to eiicuit court. old heifer, 4 milk cows nnd caltes, about ally so on the tariir, from tho fanner's joRood hogs 3S0WS and plt;s,() brood marcs, nnd Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. 9 fever, returned to Washington yesterlired to frniid jnck. 15 acres of good corn 6,000 Danville Advocate. standpoint. Fiir.i: Kxcneuox. Mr. D. CS. Slaugh- bundles 01 oats, t snares stock in the Stanford day, she having improved milliciently for THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. KnllcrMilli, 14 shares ter, proprietor of Dripping Springs, ad-- 1 Halls (Sap Turnpike stock in tho Stanford & him to leave her. Mit. Matt. Woodson, train dispatcher, buggy nnd harnos, TIIETffiXASSIIORT LINK. wagon, sulky lurmiiic plow, lhomas liny Kakc, Mu. John S. HroiiiM was hero yester- - is ipiite ill, and has been taken to tho veitises .a five railroad and carriage exThomas Harrow, mowing machine, and nil thu .... i... n 1. 1.. ....,..1 . t.. ... 1.. It. 1. vusne L vji. .lie- ti.ni larmini; iiiiplcments usually kept father-in-laday leturning troin hock Mr. 0. J. llll.iwil lu . .no ifuiiiti.il. ivnuu imm, f j, , , ,.....!.. Term made km on dy of sale on u will farm. Ic i iiiiv.ivfi. CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN MAY 0, 1808. to business In Cincinnati. I lo says that Crow, in the country. sickness1 mill teiiL. ini. i.wiii 1i.viJtiiiuif, he visitor will buy iCitv and Stanfonl. .10 people are still at the Springs in J()HNiJ L LVX:.', F.xccutum. about the dispatelieis' olllce at Louisville,' either of those ltlCYnLTJ' .ind that tho reason has been a good one Mr. T. A. Lice was called thither and for a . ' JtlSAiODOWX. Also.tt same time and pl.m) u abno, I will, ns stations and the amount will bo dedttct- - Adminhtrjlrix of A C tucker, dec d. sell all the tkain.s"niTutTl" "train's soUf H. No, for the management. nights Messrs. J. h. Hoi- fonrdavsand stock, crop niul farming implemcnisor said decefn-.No. "6. .No. 4. No. B. whie I. w,.n bo us i. .o. j. No. j. dent, consisting id inimi cattle nnd horse stock, No. 7. Miss Oua K.soni, of Lebanon, but now eucea.id W. F. Packard held tilillKS 0. STATIONS. No. 2 U.1II y. of ho;s, hetwein ,fxand 400 liarrcls lal of " ,la" from " l0 ,r! ,li,H' ,,S V0U lotstacks of hav it bushels klielled oats, ot corn, Daily Kx. Sun. D.uly. Daily. Daily. Daily. Dally. teaching school in this ..county, nnd by small lot It was nrettv roneh. but 0 - hen.. n. 1. ......... join rjo, buggy nnd harness, uagon, mowing main, 643 p m 10 3j a Hi C pm the way one of the prettiest aim iiriin- - thov uot tlnouh Jill rilit. Mr. Itico is like. Anybody fiom any 8 co p in 7 Ji a w L've ....Cincinnati ... .A'rv 640 O i m am 4 things m Wllll.i niotown.. the excursion and receive its bcnutlts. chine. Acme harrcw, plows and many other a 111, 5 47 P 3oa in 4 p in '; 35 ' ' winch ctiiiii"t inelltMi ....i....- -...(ieoratown... .L've 5 '3 m ."est of the numerous pretty girls who at back now and woiking the third tiick. pm 10 M pin 410 734 a m, 3 a m 7 oa Terms made kilobit on div uf snlo A grand mask ball and display of fireI.cunigtun... pm tended tho Institute, is spending a P in 7 13 pin ti oj pm 10 15 a m MKS AI.ICJiTUCKKK. 3l m 4 15 pm 700 a HI 3I p m Danville J 38 9 r im 13 5 pm Hall was a very ele- works on the night of Sept. 1 are some of iin Tin: Governor's Carter. m 3 to pm J3n m 3 33 with her relative, Mrs. :oa pm ..Junction City.. pm. 9 10 p in t 30 a m Somerset .... .. ... 11 a m 12 30 p 105 ml jo i.ml J Oj i pm Mil. ash Mit.s. Maui; ll.Minix, of Lou. gant atl'air and was very largely attend- the big attractions promised. It is ex O.ik.lalc ... 7 4 m 3J pm 3IJP .. ArV ...Chattanooga.. .L've 9JJ 111; II to a in a ni' a in 4 7 to m 9 .. s jo a p nv iville, were visiting friends here Satur- ed. Tho towns lu this section were well pected that a hundred or more will take S jo a ir 600 p L've ...Chatt'inooua... .Ar'i 6 . in proposi name on a pnciltage of COi'FEE Ja a 1 15 in day. Mr. Hardin c.uno up in rcsponso represented and all express themselves, advantage of this most liberal ... Ar'v ,.( 10 pm L've ... HirininKliain.. ..' 3 451"" 11 10 p "35 m' 3 30 a mi... . to'a telegram stating that his father, Mr. delighted with the manner in which tion, which tho proprietor makes as a yaurttiiteu of fescoKonco . . I u.vniiMa..., wa m o i p III u 4I a 9 10 m .Meridian .... .I.'io 4 30 lllIO jfi pint ,. tl ij pm 4 to: m Ar'v, M. D. Hardin, at Montieello, was very they were treated. In addition to those fitting close of a most prosperous season. ., Sou Orlcaiiii., .L've 903 ,., 6 jj n in 0 jo a ui,Ar in 3 t pml ... iteu pm! ,Ar' ill, but a second dispatch announced his who weio already there, tho following If our roadera could see tho lug tulvcrtis Mciluian j 101 in L'i ...' 6 15 pn Jackson...... .Ar'v 900 u inlv convalescence and he did not go further. attended from hcie: Mrs. .1. W. Alcorn, ing bill, which Mr. Slaughter has just .1., ... 4 (jo piw, .. 11 to. m'L'v( ...'icl.liiirir,... COFFEE Is leapt In till flrst-clis- 3 Monroe ni'l.'ie, ...10 0 Mns. L. F. llnTMANuiid .Misses An-- 1 Mrs. I. M. Uruee, Air. and .Mrs. S. v. sent us a check for, with "I find your storos Irom tho Atlantic to tho Pacific. 4"! m Ar'v . .S)irepirt... ).! a ml... . ISP satisfactome Alcorn and I 'ollin Williams returned Stagg. Misses Mary Alcorn, Sue ltout, account all right and charges A ac. ami arrlvmtm ChiiUhOnga al 9oo, u. No. 10 leave! iimi amount in luuaiid N. I). Train No. gleaienOaWilalcat j aj, Saturday from a several weeks stay at Anno and Klin shanks, Genu Peyton, ry. Chattanooga at $oo, I M., and atrtvet t Oalcdalc at 8 3j. Hollo Cook, lthoda Portinnn, Messrs. I). cept my thanks for your many kindnessimprovCrab Orehn.nl Springs, all much Mann lloudeir llu(Tct Slceplnc Cir 011 all ltaiti. ed. Miss Dolllo went to Hustonvillo It. Carpenter, J. T. anil G. C. Carson, J. es," they would be convinced that ho be- la novor t;ood when oxposed to tho air. II COLLUIt AN, tJe.i I Frt. A I'u Agt. JOHN C.UAULT, Ciener.il Manager. Sunday, but will return Satin day to take II. Daughnian, W. A. 'fribble, John Smi- lieves in printers' ink and attributes Always buy this brand In hermetically Siij:etirtnii'epl K CAB HOI I., Creti I tnrth of tho inusie department of the W t charge n 1., ilntt, Cinin lull. dhic. t. I'.m I Genetnl Ofi ei, Goalod ONE POUND PACKAGES. much of his success to it. ley and others. College Monday. . c. walton, bus, Manager Goto Ownley next M6n-dn- & CmiM for your wall NEW FURNITURE STORE ! .... paper. m J ftl rc-a- oakini ttr few-mul- e 111 con-vince- a Nun-nelle- y, lowr ln-ri- SDMmiSTRETQR'S ... BOFFINS, BASKETS, KOBES. to-da- y d. Wednesday, Sept. - twenty-fburahar- A. S. P21ICE, 1 DENTIST, Turnpike Election TItlTITrrElS. complete:stock always on hand. "WAlili FAPEBs aad .uurt-liou- Jkn ... N0TICEI NEW NEW! NEW Bo KYI I nt - e. - l ,.,.!. FARM FOR r Al MMISH 9 j ., SALE OF BOITDS. te , h, ' w'i $,-oo- o lr lj-in- ."! FOIt SALE. - PLEASE OBSERYE 1 1 !.. MAX.-Dctee- ..... i iPOJBlUCD SaVMI,,, M'ROBERTSSTAGG c,-- ' i h' A WVTLTL AmOMWMimT .""" 1 1 1 1 1 1 WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. 1 , 1 1 -- 1 111 ! SALE OF -- (IBS. STOCK, CHOP, SEPT. QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. 1 1 1 .,.',, 1 w ... - refill-lute- ,....,., ,.,.,, 1 ..,1 ' J - 1 1 few-day- s 111 S3-t- 1111 111 AJ-iBUCKLE- 111 1 1111 1 111 111 ARIOSA 1 -- COFFEE I w xf a"" jitmUfiuj p'rmmiii 11 t&Frv?wnrtiWFi!r tTiFti' iiifi-- - tj V- - ' UK 'ffKsr'' i -- "v iiiiiniiiarttiiilhi iiirriiim t l Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal DEMOCRATIC TICKET. GROVER CLEVELAND, Of New York. Kor ALLEN G. THURJIAN, Of Ohio. Fur Congress, james b. Mccreary, OfMuJiton. IlKsoLVKti, That wo hereby tender our thanks to County Superintendent J. F. McBeath for the courteous manner in which lie has provided for us; to Prof. W. P. Thomas for the industrious and faithful manner In which he has our proceedings, and to other officers and committees for their labors in our behalf. 2, That our thanks are duo our landlords and others connected with the hotels for tho polite and careful attention given to us, and to the citizens generally for their' social and friondly treatment. 3, That wo bolievo that the general welfare and safety of this great Republic of ours demands urgently a universal of the masses. 4, That tho greatest drawback to a full development of common schools in many .States is a want of sufficient means. 5, That we eamesty favor a distribution bv the general government of sufficient funds to the States to bring up our schools to an efficient standard. $, That wo care not from what resources these funds are derived whether froMi a surplus in tho treasury or the proceeds of public lands, but so restricted that they cm not be diverted to other purposes; ami nUo further restricted so that no real or imaginary State right may be infringed upon in forcing mixed schools contrary to the wishes ofthepco- that it- - would Cle. Wo further balievo bj distributed best that these funds on tho basis of illiteracy. 7, That a copy of these resolutions be sent to tho Kentucky Advocate, Ixtkui-oJoDitKAL, Yoseinite News and Educational Coumnt for publication. n Casey County Teachers' Institute. The Casoy County Teachers' Institute closed at Liberty on the ISth hist., after n working and successful session of five days. In the closing exercises the following resolutions were adopted without a dissenting voice: Whereas, We, the teachers of Casey county, have been, pursuant to law, assembled in thu eanacity of a teachers' institute, thereforo bo it J. L. Dkvl'i:, "J Jennie Ellis. After n A. P. Yoi'scs, y Com'tee. J touching valedictory by Prof. Thomas, the Institute adjourned. J. F. McBeath, Ch'n. E. TAimANT, Sec'y. Counterfeiting a Baking Powder. The public is too well informed as to the danger from alum baking powders guiso of a contra! bureau, throuch which tho cntiro peach crops shall bo placed upon tho various markots as tho actual demand dictates. It is said that more than halfofthecheeso now consumed in Great llrltalu is made in this country and In Canada. Tho American and Canadian checso pays its freight to England and then undersells their articles on its solid merits. A TiiuMENDors business is dono In pineapples In New York each season. From April until August the fruit comes In nt tho rate of ten thousand barrels n week. It is estimated that five million pineapples aro imported each year. Uncle Sam has been asked to help establish a steamship lino with Jerusalem and tho fur East at least with tho coast. Tho Eastern products uro wool, licorice nnd silk. Last year's shipments reached 115,000,000, but reached us via Liverpool. A BniTisn writer declares that not a kcr-nof tho best Mocha coffee over gets further west than Constantinople All tho best grains are picked out for uso nearer homo, and only tho pales shriveled and broken soeds aro left to roach any foreign shore. California is taking up silk cuituro with enthusiasm. Tho State Board of Silk Culturo sout 10,000 mulberry trees and cuttings to silk cultivators, and this season will put out EO,000 moro. Worms and eggs aro given to applicants who dcslro them and are already the owners of mulberry trees. Anorr a year azo a syndicate of New Yorkers set out a thousand acres of laud in Florida as an experiment In growing tobacco. Two kinds of Havana, Sumatra, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin nnd Connecticut and tho old Florida broad-loa- f tobaccos were planted, all of which havo grown luxuriantly, and is expected will nvcrago from (VM to 1 ,.V)0 pounds per acre. Thero aro now only about .1,000 acres in Florida under cultivation for tobacco, but if success shall crown tho present experiment a (?reat increase in acreage may bo expected in n few years. Besides tho largo dally consumption ot fresh milk, a largo amount Is used by the condensing and canning establishments for use in plccc3 and at times whero tho liquid nrtlclo can not bo had. This business has assumed largo proportions, and tho American condensing establishments turn out largo quantities of milk condensed to n nearly solid form and canned for exportation ns well as homo consumption. This form of milk is used by travelers, explorers and armies all over tho world, affording thu 3 at onco both u necessary article and u luxury. ol The best suite In the world lor cuts, bru lues, aore, ulcers, salt rheum, fever torn, teller, chap, vory strongly compressed. Chemicallt prepared cigaretto paper Is ped HanJs, chilblains, corn nnd all skin crup imported Into this country at tho rato of Mom, and positively cures pile, or no pay required. It it guarantied to (five perfect satisfacf 1,000 worth n day. Wisconsin ships largo quantities of mud tion or money refunded, l'rice ?$ cents per ho. turtles to ttio Ka..t, where they are con- Kor sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky ii verted into mock turtlo soup. Is Consumption Incurable ? . Cuts Simicckcm will havo his now reHead the following' Mr. C 11 Morris, New. finery In Philadelphia in running order in ouo year, with a capacity of 2,000,00C ark, Ark , s.tjs. "Was down with Abscess of pounds of raw sugar dally. the Luns, and friends and phy.lcl.inj pronounctak per cent, in valuo of tho ed me me an Incurable consumptive. Anorr nlnoty-siannual exports of the United States to In- Ing; Dr. King's Xew Discovery fur Consumption, dia, which amount nearly to $1.(XW,000, con- am now on my third bottle and able to oversee llie sists of petroleum. work on my farm it is the finest medicine cter Evcur minute 000 pounds of wool grow la made." Jesc Mlddlcwart, Decatur, Ohio, says: this country, and wo havo to dig 01 tons of "Had It not been for Dr. King's New Discovery anthracite coal and 200 tons of bituminous for Consumption I would have died of Lung coal, while of pig Iron wo turu out li tons, Troubles Was given up by doctors. Am now and of stool rails 3 tons. Sample bottles free nt In the best of health ' Bomethiw) vory liko a poach trust is A It. Penny's drug store. talked of lu Delaware. It comes in tho In bales, TRADE TOPICS. Sawdust Is now sent to market Buoklen's Arnica Salve. Ask For Ayer's i lit J 1 Sarsaparllls, and bo suro you got it, whon you want tho best I WltU Its lorty years 3T of unexampled sue- If coss in tho euro of I Flood Diseases, you I can make no nils- tako iu preferring Ayer's C J TTVVj blood-purlflcr. 1 A. THE LARCEST Mo PBMY, ?ul" 'l fo DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &0. I'hyslclins prescriptions accurately compounded. zJ& j.WlgcvwcA -- Sfli x Ilc-u- n Sarsaparilla to any other. Tho fore-ru- n nor ot modern blood medicines, Ayor's Sarsaparilla LW't if w- IsVl J C3 r is stilt the most pop. ular, being In greater ilemnud than all others combined. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla is soiling faster than over Iwforo. I novor hoslmto to recommend It." Oeorgo V. Whitman, Druggist, Albany, Ind. "I nm Bafo In saying tint my snles of Ayor's Sarsaparllln far excel those of nny other, and it gives thorough satisfaction." L. II. Itusti, Dcs Moines, Jown. "Ayor's Sarsaparilla and Ayor's Pills aro tho liest selling medicines In my store. I can recommend them conscienC. Ulckhaus, Pharmacist, tiously." v ltosoland, 111. "Wo havo sold Ayor's Sarsaparilla hero for over thirty years nnd always recommend it when asked to iiamo tho W. T. McLean, lxst Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. I havo sold your medicines for tho last seventeen years, and always keep them In stock, ns they aro staples. Thero Is nothing so good for tho youthful blood as Ayer s Sarsaparilla." It. L. Parker, Fox Lako, Wis. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla gives tho best satisfaction of any medicine I havo In stock. I recommend It, or, as tho Doctors sav, ' I prescrlbo it over tho counter.' It never fails to meet tho cases for which I recommend it, oven whero tho doctors' proscriptions havo been of no avail." O. F. Calhoun, Monmouth, Kansas. blood-purltlor- J STOCK OF V3yT TsSfcW siissm fe) sM WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Kver brought to this market. Prices tower than the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry lie. paired on shm notUc and Hammed. Electrlo Blttors. This remedyis becoming sit well known and so popular as to need no spcctil mention All who have used Electric Hitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine dies nit exist and It Is guaranteed to do all that Is claimed. Kiectric Hitters will cure ull diseases of the I. her and Kid ncys, will remove Pimples, Units, S lit llheuni and III other affections caused by Impure blood drive Malaria from the avstem and present as well as cure all Malarial !or cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try like-tri- e Hitters lintire satisfaction gauranteed or monrv refunded l'rice 50c and Ji pjr bottle a A It. Penny's drugstore Are you made miserable by Indigestion, C.m-t- i patton, Dinine.s, Loss of Appetite, Yellow Skin! Shlloh's Yitaluer Is a poitire cure. McKoberts .V Stags, Stanford, Ky ; Crow .V Co., McKlnney Ky ; K. V Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky. Shiloh's Catarrh Kcmedy, n positive cure lor Mcltob Catarrh, Dyphthena and Canker-MoutMcKin- -I erts Stagf, Stanford, Ky ; Cr w A C ney Ky ; K W Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky h ieto Vo btltpil:iuy, Is Receiving- His - MERCHANTTAILOR SPRING j.Ki'S STANroHD, Office south side i- - AND SUMMER LTJMB33H 1 GOODS. Givo him a Trial Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Quarantesd, SUKC.I.ON DKM'IM, - mri'TMAN, - YARDI I KIT CO, Mm, iwi doors atme t)it St, Constipation Demands prompt treatment. Tho results f neglect may bo serious. Avoid nil harsh and drastic purgatives, tho tonduncy of which is to weaken tho bowels. Tho best remedy Is Ayer's IMlls. Doing purely vegetable, their action Is prompt and their ufTcct always They nro an admirable. pill, nnd everyLiver nnd After-dinnwhere endorsed by tho profession. " Ayer's Pills aro highly nnd universally spoken of by tho tH'opIo nlxitit here. I nmko dally usn of them in my practice." Dr. I. E. Fowler, Uridge-jor- t, Conn. " I can recommend Ayer's Tills nlwvo ull others, having Ioiik proved their value ns a cntlmrtlo for uivxclf und family."--- J. T. Hess, Luithsvlllo, Pa. " For several years Ayer's Pills havo lcen used lu my family. "Wo Hud them an 'ARTIST ' EDWARD H. FOX. & PHOTOGRAPHER, I tf lumber yrd of Mes.r aren uij I M llritt nJ all) mien j yjru at me one mirclisseil ol Mr Wesren llentles lumber in ru.'h ami ilres.ed, I ill . jrrr a lirge line of winJo' loqrs nl shiriUs, laths. jMituml the pukel fn forn'tlr s.. I 'y ., .yr Mr. Ueiren. S(i MOCKI K hAYtf (.eorge I) l.r Ji v a ui j.h, Ayer's Sarsaparilla, riiKPAiir.n nv Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowoll, Mass. 1'rlc ft; six bottles, $5. Worth J a bottle. DAXVILLK,KY. Ha. moved In Ins decant new building utHwiile the postsirue and is lieltcr th.in ecr prepsird to the puniii '.'.fa.u'n photograph to life accommodate C W. MKTCSLK HAM METOALF iz HAYS. ATTYS-A- i. sl s:urir LAW & I nAL n. ESTAT ACs. K V.) llAltlMil'KVIM Will , nK n U.l ', I. To tho Farmer3 of Lincoln and Garrard Counties- TheStanfiird Kirfler Mills Company wants )ur whole wheal crop nt iSW. and mil pi) in ca.h th -t ell without highest market price fur it nisi seeing Superintendent l'utt. at llie Mill or I' J I OS I Ut. the undersigned I'rts Stanford tidier Mills Cu tj ptuli.e (n any mil it. ICs.frn I;aw(nth 1. f lr llilU. m.ils . al sire tra.t. ,f timts-r,! ,lrrrl , . Infurnistion tarnisSed respuri'enec .olmml. sale. point ana err Any n's fur ji, ,f l' n- C. A. Dh:DJCT & sNTiWD. K CO., Well Drillers VI Pump Adjusters, aft I TA2SS I TAZBS KZ&l ALL THE LATEST SPRINC I J To The Votors of Lincoln County: STYLE HATS plea., come furward an.' fas jo-- ti t M. drilled I'. factory prut X trier rump fur.u. I O 1.- -: HILTON l Effective Remedy for constipation nnd indigestion, nnd are uuver without them in tho house." Moses Greuler, Lowell, Muss. liver "I havo used Ayer's Tills, for many troubles nnd indigestion, during years, nnd linvo always found them prompt and clliclent iu their action." L. N. Smith, Utlca, N V. " I suffered from constipation which assumed surli nn obsliuato form that I feared it would cause a stoppage, of the Ixiwuls. Two boxes of Ayer's Fills effected a complete cure." D. liurke, S.ico, Me. amrritdyt The 1 It '. ar. in" r ads rr.ss. Ilk lass. 1 l f itt and t kvcr,tnvlv will r S I M.WI.AXP, rl C .Hir.Toar& :o avis Gcncr.il McrcliimcIIsc, KOWt.AVIl. KY., i a tw.V of Mn s an ! I. ys Cl.'lhinj. Hit., Ciis. IU.t, Shoe.. Ury i,, !s, No: Inn. ai..l I ,t ml) t;rveri. Al dealers in Coal Counlr) proUue taksn m esihane f. r highest one, me 2sls at learn e m.rk.t pr, e all, and tl a l ant.vt in traJe 6nt fpe-(-- K. Ji. (jsEOGHEGA-V- S. SlCCUOR Iu IM'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, 511 4TU AVENUE. STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE STANFORD. M Hate just - to need nny caution against using them. It is, nevcrthelass, a fact that many of our most prudent ami careful house keepers are, without knowing it, using these deleterious articles daily, and from them preparing for their families food which, were they aware of its nature, they wonld not offer to a beggar. Baking powders made fromjburnt alum cost less than four cents a pound. AVhen these can be worked off in the place of the Royal "Baking Powder, nnd sold for forty or fifty cents a pound, thero are ninny manufacturers and deaieis sufficiently unscrupulous to do it. A favorite method of selling these poisonous alum baking powders is by placing them in empty Royal Baking Powder cans and weighing them out in small quantities when the ltoyal Baking Powder is called for by customers. The grocer, if questioned, claims that he buys in large packages at a lower rate, and is thus able to sell below the price of the goods in small cans. All baking powders soltl in this way are entitled to suspicion. Analyses of many of them hae been made with a view to prosecution, and in nil cases they have been found largely adulterated and generally made of poisonous burnt alum. This is selling counterfeit goods, and is, of course, an offense against the law. We are glad to know that the Koyal Baking Powder Company have taken the matter in hand, and are acting in a way that will protect the public from the swindle. The surest protection from this fraud is for the housekeeper to buy the baking powder of the brand she wishes in the original unbroken package, looking care-t- o see that the label has not been tampered with. The Royal Baking Powder Company announce, what is well known that their goods are packed for the convenience of consumers in cans of Various sizes, but are never sold in bulk, by the barrel or loose by weight or measure. The cans are securely sealed with tho company's trade mark label, and tho weight of each can stumped on the cover. Any baking powder being peddled out by weight under the name of Royal they denounce as bogus and to bo avoided. Consumers should bear these facts in mind if they do not wish to have imposed uiioii them the poisonous alum stuff that is being profusely distributed over tho country under the name of baking powder. If, however, they buy the Royal in cans with unbioken labels, they me always sure of using u baking powder perfectly pure and wholesome, and of tho highest test, strength and efficiency. RECENT REPORT. The uso of pennies in tho South is rapidly increasing. A Tintirrv Scotch chemist proposes to of corpses by putting their various materials to profitable uso. Pullm in has Invented palace street cars with reversible seats and a center aisle as passenger coaches, and proposes to upholster them lUo tho vestibulo cars and mako smoking-roomRecent reports from California say that tramps woro never so numerous in that region as at present. Depredations nro multiplying dally, and tho jalU aro being tried to their utmost capacity. At Poughkecpslo, N. Y.. recently tho Unit Chmcso lawyer in this country was admitted to practlco. lie has been in America eighteen years nnd studied his profession in tho Columbia Law School and at Yale Noutheun capitalists havo bought several hundred acres of land on tho sand hills near Augusta, Ua., nnd will lay It out as a winter rcsolt for invalid and pleasure-seekers. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. j J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDENT. Ki.htecnlh dls-po- so A disco jut of to per rHit orders sent fur Hats with a opy sil on all of the above nd 1 givi-- n -. rar bcyin en A No. valuable family medicine. I know of no better remedy for liver troubles, nnd havo nlways found them prompt cure for dyspepsia." James Qiiluu, to Middle St., Hartford, Conn. "Having been troubled with costive-lie.s.- s, which seems iiiexifulilu with persons of sedentary liabit.s, I havo tried Ayer's Fills, hopimj for relief. I am glad to say that tiny bavu served mo ltter than nny other medicine. I arrive at this conebisioii only after a faithful trial of tlieir merits." Samtiol T. Jones, Oak bt., ISoatun, Mass. 11 " I havo used Ayer's Fills for the past thirty years nnd consider them an In- vcrtnement. rnHiiiiiiig najur. t jyr ' Monday, September 3, '88 Carefully selected r rps nf instruction (.noil disvipline Send fur circular 44 i Washiutoji Fanu Sale. I-'- Co. i S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,1 , 'the t arm ennui, its A res, siiu.icd i t)i nprintieio alio rerrnl!e Ii ke. t Bi,.. iro-- tl r farmer an.! smiles fr .ri ). ai..-- i su,roun le ' teachers Tacrsmch ar x h1 neifhb rs. h o's h jri lir. ao.l i. d llesl t.irthods Aiiaptfd t" all thf ls. nit- jr.titt and jr..ei cm III rveniuii,, MT.VJ5UXOX.lvV. Olfice next door to Whitehead's Drue tore. Special attention iiven to dtteases af children I outjniiMiriKs in,.. .i,i. i ad Iress IMmis lias ..f uMiii.iim K. I'ilWI ror ! 'stir.e s..tcr an nam, I h uvr, l.arn and 1 u.ars. inner llutt i!., He, Kv ,, a CRAB0RCHARDSFR1NGS 1071. Lebanon Crnl Orelinrd, Ky. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Fine Ilrass and Sum; 11am! in At'e ! .rco from July 1st to September lit Rates grr ui rciui ed $.' per day and 5i"pir upnar IHOMASNUU MAS, Ma .avr, d . Planing 3Iill, 1008. WOOD WALLACE, THE GERTS' FURNISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. j Ayer's Pills, I'ltKI-AUE- IIV Dr. C. Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Dealers In Mesllclne. J. "No diseaseainong my chickens, finest of plumage, plenty of eggs, with less food," is what Mr. W. B. Smith, Business Mnnager of the Glasgow (Ky.) Times, says since using Ganter's manic chick-epjl't Of L't clfolera cure for three years. n Tin: city of San Francisco has, according to its papers, fully llvo thousand opium slaves, embracing boys and girls as well as men and women, and tho number is suld to bo rapidly increasing. Tho victims of tho habit aro moral und physical wrecks. The farmers of Crawford County, 111., havo resolved not to rnlso any wheat, barley or ryo for three years in order to extcrmiuato tho chinch bug, and will endeavor to laduoo tho fannors of adjoining counties to do tho same. A late account from tho bcautlf rl city oi Los Angeles, Cal., Is to tho effect that 13 gaining a hold in that p'.aco. This dreadful disease la boomiug quite common In many towns nlong tho Pacillc coast, und tho pooplo aro becoming alarmed ut its spread. Tnr. Incrcaso of Insanity among tho negroes of North Carolina Is vory rapid. Tho asylum at Gold bo ro was recently enlarged to uccommodato tho augmented numbers. Tho number of thoso uffected Is over one thousand whero thirty years ago insunity wns almost unknown. "Watch case3 aro now being mado entirely of rock crystal or Brazilian jcbblc, thus rendering them transparent and exposing to viow tho movements und machinery within. Thoy nro beautiful In appear-auc- u and aro said to bo as durable and perfect as thoso of motal. Tun gold mines of North Carolina arc again belug vigorously dovelopcd, and exceptionally rich yields aro reported from the most of them. At tho .n Nash County, sorao inon who work ovor the tailing merely aro said to mako twenty-fou- r dollars a day. It is stated that a company has been formed in London to work tho patents ot tho Prlcstmun pctroloutn ongluo lu this country. This ouglno has boon successfully used in Englund for electrlo lighting, and tho projectors aro sanguine, owing to the cheapness of oil in this country, of doing u good business. The champion female bigamist of tho Unltod States was lately brought to account In tho person of a young woman thirty years of age, who has married no less than fourteen men in different parts of tho country. Hor object was to obtain their money, which being nccoraphshnd, sho would decamp und seek out a fresh victim. A Banooii (Mo.) tnnu lost part of his nose ono day recently while pluyiug with u parrot. Tho bird had been taught to go thonctofrkissiag, und when approached by tho man with tho request: "Kiss the, Polly," tho parrot remombcred un old grudgo against him, and with u vicious grab tore off lcp-ros- y Mann-Arlingtoth-ou- The fashions of the d 1) 111 the Gents' Furnish, ing line will always be found in my store. I am agent lor the Inditnplis Steam Laundry, the best Laundry in the world. . J S C KIM,, Ile.iJentS .pt , U II F.1)M1MN. tiers A LOOK OUT llf.idiii.-iitcr-s I fur all kinds iNEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. Cakes, Holls und Famy Groceries Alronn tins street we kicp all kinds o drinks that vtc are allowed 10 keep J. I HARRIS. Jj o all kinds. o' Fresh K;k, Fresh on I.aiicnsicr str.-e- t Vi;.-taldc- Irutts, Candle., llutter and MT. VERNON, KY. This old and Hotel is still maintain-in- ; its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. .M.I'. NKWCOMIl. Trop, Mt. Vernon, Ky, Sj-t- l. t mwm Female j&. OH I 11,1' , if r 1 lillANON k Lexington", KentulxY. . Ir.nie. C asing, liasc M Sat'i, I. Manl. l.r s - Netses is ( .rut. t llahi-ter, Ver. ti, "t re I r m he , t liners , H - ,, S,. v,, , , tin.-R i.n nd Dress,t ,n' c, SctiUfLr prt. s bef re I i:)in, ehe er- -' D.r.. Mountain Lands ! I have 400 ncrcs, more or of Motuil.iin, Coal and Timber Lahds that will rl at a liaviii. room to hne:t store hjrduitri'rent torn furniture mid or timur's eM.ihliliment ThtV; art. i;(rfd for o days, hur further informa-mntioC V. MK'I'CALF write tu Harbours tile, Ky. 33 1 1 THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR """' 'or OtfiifotfiiPtoj.T. PATTERSON.Pmr. VOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. (THAT FIGHT Tho Original Wins. . r. SL nirnmont. Lnuli r IteBuUtor, Rsl'dtMlOIHnOni aUI by Zcllln iho- -. ....... ,. t.. , ,or .. tars) Urfil !, LOUIS SCHLEGEL, RUS1NESSQPP0RTUNITY To connect yourself with n hous of 27 years stund-- I We want to viiitatfu the services ol an IntelliUK. gent mid triistnortlivirenileninii totnkn tlit entire cliuruHof our business In Ills county In Kentucky. I'reslout expetlvnre not n necessity. The duties am exceptionally pleasant. Not very lalxirloiis and jet pruHlnble. hull particulars made known iiiti hahid . PHOTOGRAPHER, nicriMoxo JCV Photojraphs in all styles and sues. Pictures in India Ink, Crayon anJ Water C dors, New designs in I'raTtes ail Mat. at very low.pnces. lwhtn.lnu ., Al!riMU'lICIt lrsft,e ? m....m . LOlrriD &G McKIXXFA', KV. 00., .c, "0CH,I.O. TC. n...Jl ' application. Address, l:o ii',. tllfhltTI, 0. For Drus, Medicines, the famous Svrup or KIk' and to (jet jour prescriptions promptly and correctly tilletl at all hours, and to get jour Maple Groceries, fine Ciirars, Toilet Articles, k t" Lojd&Co., McKinney. I)r J A. WILLIAMS will uttend to our dru department; also attend to the wants of the sick, nlj;M or d.ty, in town or CAPT. 31) country, NICE FARM FOR SALE, i JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. First-clas- Hat Ins bought n farm In Washington county, I wish to sell the on w hlch I now reside in Lincoln cnuntv, at Kowl.ind, j miles from Stanford, Containing; 108 Acres ! MILLERSBURG FEMALEC0LLEGE A Modern Progressive It lies on both sides of tnc Crab Orchard pike Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. s and can lie di tided to suit purchasers. It Is under I'are and Reasonable Prices. Day and nizhl good fence, well wittered and in good repair 45 Trains are met by Polite Porters;ol this Popular ii. ?.. svAiir., iiowiana ry. ! d.m.V Tenn., writes : "I .iiuuiu nave ncrn k... lor your Genuine M. A. Sim. mone Liver Medicine. I have "Zellln'i itufl" for your Medl cint, but It don't answer the Durnose." tPFUl Dr.J. R. Oravef. HMItor TL. ff JHtit, .Memphis, Tenn. says; ece ved package of your Liver dlcine. an,1 h... i. It workalike a charm. I want no Liver ,. tter uu mureItreulttor . ami ... oi zellln'i mature ,t.t .iu. r ,,.( t..i.. rr. House. io;-t- f. K, S. MAHTIK. School! 1 IIrodiikai), Kv., May, iS3;. JNO. M. I'FRk'INS Where your d.ngl.ter. willjbe taught how to become truj women, as well as tliQroulily instruct. LITERATURE, Address 37 XC3S, v ICE, ICE icinity every inorniuz Albright A' Martin beg to inform their man friends and customers of the change in firm name assssss. SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. will deliver to regular customers in Stanford and MARTIN & PERKINS, REV. C POPE. President, or MRS. S. C.TRUKHEART, Lady Principal, Millersburst Ky THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. ' $2.50 TO The new firm hopes not only to sustain the repu! tation of the old, but intends to make many improvements In the manufacture nf tobacco which Accounts must be paid at the dote of each week will be to the interest of our customers. We will or when customer ijuiis. devote special attention to our Natural Lent R. E. HARROW. '9 brands of Kentucky s best leal. I hanking you for past favors and asking for a continuation oi Respectfully yours, your trade, we remain, ivery, and Sale ,Stable, MARTINA PERKINS. At Two Cent Per Pound geei iff l.lH ""m SSSSStJSj J..C Jijtrik. -- rrj. BUzM XisVassCssBsBBrnki. rr .aswl'sKst.risns9BssBssBSSHts7s. u.CiASL jS vSttVBssMT""4iltfs9Lfll PiaiiL LMwsSlfcfaB CREAM I I dtftf i ' STANFORD, KY E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. well-kno- mMtk RATES $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- ING TO ROOMS! 1'URKISHA-- RUSSIAN BATHS IX HOTEL. his 300. Hotel still maintains This old and W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. its high reputation, and its Proprietor Is determin. ed that it shall be second to no country Hotel In LONDON, KV , in its Pare, Appointments, or AttenGood turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire the State on reasonable terms. London is the most conven- tion to his Ouests, llaggage conveyed ta and ient point on the railroad to reach places in the from depot free of charge' Special accommodain the mountain section of the State. tions to Commercial Traveler. io LEXINGTOtJ.KV mi VlJ- i- -- r r.v'7i1 illtil I 1 - tJSVa'lJr..''sUai.J A