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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888091101 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. GOD Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1888. NO. 61 ' tlmt iitoia'iiK'iit Iiiih lu't'n mink by our ilainiiKlii real. tie, thut will occur, IistiHt ill IHh ileur (lentil, for "ftk'kucMM wlivtliur tlivy ruinalti ignorant of them nnil !nllrinit!i'n" .m well tin "niii" nml or not, I iimrvul when I hoc them clolnjf "rtliH." Woato thu hri'.iit Hit Hoily (iko. O. Hai.xks. it. Kvur in Jemis, I'JCAleJK TJrW LOIIU. for heiilth of our hoillert. We drank the . . . ,no superiority or tne Lily uom our! HAKNKS wiiu Ilia LKTTEIt FIlOM OKOKUKO. To the Kihtor Interior Jounul ) Koula from the power of sin. The "cup I.it.Y, Sept. 10. All article in your p.i of hletuiiix" wan the "mixed chalice," mentioning! iMtKI'KSDKNCe, Kv., Sept. I, 1SSS. wine and water comininnled; an the pcrof August itlst, brielly vJfwHRw some of the many advantages possessed it tllll.Cltlt to DKAIl iNTKIllom It Children of Israel were accustomed to . by the Lily Mining Co. over othei Ken-ize tlmt this quaint II villnge, with n use it in the I'liMaover feast; and as our llavor of inihluw upon It, and quite J.Ol.'I) umiucHtiouably used it in institu- tucky mines has created so much talk and inveHtipttion concerning thu matter iiiiktM hoiiio unuxpeoted boom ting His feast of 1.0 VK. I lo not cee that the Proctor Mines have announced .striken it in the future, i.s within 12 mi lex how el.ie we can act forth what St. John a determination to wrap their coal In tis- of Cincinnati. Kvery day the northern Haw and recorded: "I naw a xoldierpierce pall of siiu paper, by way of competition. I horiKon in darkened with the His wide, and forthwith (lowed thereout hnvu not learned whether in homeoHinoko that riset fiom tlmt Krimu and And iikmIii "This in iii.ooii.anii WATKif pathic doses, but they are, or appear to biwy metropolis; but the green (jtiietudet Ho who camo COL. JOHN G. CRADOOCK. by Water anil by Mood; be, daft enough to imagine that tissue of thin nnciunt hainlet nre not dinturbed not by Wateronly, but bv Water atnl by paper can bo had thick enough to con-- 1 We present our patrons with theabove by thu ruh and roar of connnereej and Mood." ceal from the scrutinizine public the beautiful chromo in token of our appreit Hcenw like hoiiio dorlnjf jjninWre, in If I had my way I would alwayH u impurities ami want of cleanlines.sof that ciation of their long continued favors. hi "old urin chair," waiting quietly for the Holy Feast, mid oiler tho Holy or any other coal compared with this of Most of you have heard of tho subject, come. It hot thu end of nil thlnim to C'ommeinorative Sacrifice at the bein- one street the Covington pike. That ninj! of the real dav of Ittrael juat when the Idly Mines bright and shining, who until Mulhattou appeared upon the clean enough to spread on damask linen stage, had no superior in the art of preiiiu.iii.Iimh through, with a .louble turn; , um) ..... . as it comes from tho revolving screen varication, tliouuh his efforts lay in a , am, ihu niiiuji miu.1 .cement, , tm on, which like Tennyson's more laudable line. For years it was his and wnter-HjMtu- t, ' I.OHI) established it in he most part in tho lonK "Croatlon" ...... rivulet, continues to "flow on forever." especial province to tell of wonderfulan-imals- , w hi to t in an Irregular way; fr ..!.. ItaI An,ullcn lIl0 njhl , Lily coal needs no paper of any kind, cerials and garden truck, with dus ines. for a quarter of n . n le ,1 b1 ' winiliii neither to conceal defects nor to prevent now and then a fairy talc about some inshnkeH them all otr and (toes its ilarkneM a , . . nioinentarv the coal from soiling the hands, but dividual who was fortunate enough to be ,, , ,...,, way throiiKi verdant fanni and nlonr " those who are disposed to preserve its a Hourlton or an He has picturesque ravinen, city wardnaml river-- 1 ' , ' to.,',,"? il ,.r,..Iltll,.M ,l,anli..css may nvoi, 1 fallen somewhat into innocuous desuelately wards. One ambitious citizen has eer away, in uiai eon ii av soiling it by using white kid gloves, tude now, but It must not be imagined absolete proprieties by neer have a nibt to follow it. It is night here let me say that Lily will not that our hero lags superfluous on the :.. a i bu diiLa fash unable residence in the time to reinember what He ..." allow other mines to claim her samples; stage, however. He still manages to get style, that literally i', funis, when In . the dense darkiices, : , . but dealers and consumers are invited to around pretty lively, though in his .)7th midst of the m , jares with newiieM in tlie liere no ray of the sweet liht could neutral-tinte,:III 4.ltrillLi..l t.l f. ........ come and see the sight ii worth the year, and to make more long journeys modest, . . ' Tl.lllf.TrtlTl. I ' lli trip or to send for samples fresh from without expense and get away with homes on either side. And "Vorick's" "My (.iod! My tio-iwhy hast Thou the screens, uiisoiled by contact with more free hash than half a dozen less of paint, church, p)rri'ous in a new loat tueV" Securing thus, bv ventur- the cars. Poor old Proctor! Your tissue foitunate men. It is told of Col. Crad-doc- k on the northern outskirt, looks like a Iiik alone into the ivalms of death and paper is "too thin." that in his long, eventful and boine-whTheie has bten a pendent from the au- darkness, diamond our riirht ami title to the eter- great deal said about there being no roof checkered career, he was never ilow-- a ricular lobe ofsome superannuated nal "Jif.'ht that proceeds fiom in faded brocade, .. i :... i .iii.i ,.f i... i ..,i. ... theiiThrone to this coal, as well as many other state-- . known to fqicnd a cent, till his visit to diichev, rustling ' incuts of an iiijuilous character, and, the late press convention, when a and thoroughly respectable to the lust. t tial Iiiimiiiiity, now, from J bodilvsickncss Mich rcpoitH have been made for Southern conductor charired him ... .;, . lor Independence holds its own in and houI sin. e'Vliow forth I s. ent h" one of two purposes, i. e. to keep miners $1 from Lexinaton to Danville. This ,, ., .. , . , , . , in , -"'"." ii i" tin- "iiui,i Minn ii'iiin repn.ouce, as ,ar as fr0n wlvi, ItfM .,rolita,,i0 lnillHJ t0 was subsequently refunded him by the lone before nmtnrt Coviimton "l "" " "l "" regarded ason- w hleli is W).itempt..ou-l- y .u...Vj. i uiai- work and coming here where they do so company on presentation of the receipt ' "- - ' y" well, or to cover the mistake made by that he demanded when forced to shell n;;wail "Iv a suburb of Cincinnati, shared second , 1'1' ' "' former owners who abandoned the out his cash. He edits his paper on the icgard. And it honors with it in that n.?.....i .r ,1... Us deepening gloom. Hut this is u'one, mines thinking them no good, because cars and uses old envelopes and other . i... i i iiiivn 1...1 ... ni;iiii) m.-- ...i, i.i'iiik ii...... v. with well nidi all the rest, in our mod-ord- they did not know where to strike to hit scraps that he picks up for copy paper. stage by it.s inniMt if more populous em prostitutions of the blcs-c- d Ii. .. .....1 .ilii.intit the tlnest coal in the mountains and as He never learned to write, but his com....I..1. l.... .ill I .jtlll ii. '.1.1.1 Itu ..... .u.. . " III 'IUUIHII null 'f ll0,- - ' a, be desired, positors have by lonu wrestling with it urt- Vn'. !. n,t".rn well roofed as can courtH in its solid and substantial learned to decipher his hieroglypics, or ,i,,li "" P"1" oy io iieuoiu our tie- L. house, built after the old style, in a " lieu rather to guess whom he has met and u,nifip.i ulifiilit.il lit (irut lriMu iiii1 vouoiis, ne would say, as ofold, .ni.iw ' w T ',U",1; yu V ' BAKING POWDERS. toother, that is not to eat the what he and they said. Hut the colblue-gras- s sod ',... , verdant , .. ' l ' ' onel always gets there and and his paInteresting Tests Made by the Government "clerk's oHice." in respectful attendance, boasts per, the Paris Kcntuckian-Citi7.cn- , ',' - ,1"t ? Jail on the Chemists, on one side, and the 'the same night in wich He the largest circulation in the State. Long it.s :.. I...I,.. illgutty, Dr. Kdward (i. Love, the Analytical other, as becoming washetr.ived. old veteran live to enjoy the Chemist for the Government, has made may the The Catholics have a rusty wooden the iiiiachln here has been as else- some interesting good things of earth without money ami church, that is rarely used, and the col- - where experiments as to the the steady price. ' comparative value of baking powders. without orcd folks have just dedicated a small, central fact of tho Dr. Love's ' at tlie u.,,i, tests were made to determine weatherboarded structure Columbus discovered America, but it gospel, vij that the conlhct is between to took Gnnter todicovera magic chicken . what brands are the most economical ern outskirts, whore they Vliu,,,nui J.'od ami the devil, and not lK'tweeiKJo use, and as their capacity lies in the leav:1 . regular services. Ti.... tlieoiilj k,,i...i nd cholera cure. Sold "no cure no pay" by n- the sinner. That the is it besides t.vnrr..i,v" ening power, tests were directed solely McHoberts it means of grace, -- t ' has captured tiod'.s crea- . , trader, who to asceitaiu the available gas of each ,!. ... ......i... titres by guile; and that the historv of powder. Dr. Love's report gives the folr Woenjov IndeiR'tidence ,. .w.i.,1 onr r.uv is the history of Ciod's attemps lowing: else. Here at last we reacli to nrover His lost pntpcrty. That He . .. where oitposition, indeed, i...- - not ....it., is lalked nml hindered ' Njrne of th Culic inchpt J tcmporari v bv llalinj I'owdeM. d ed out that would be the millennium wr rach ounce of l'mrtlcr man's free will, with the Ko)m (.involute!. purr 7 4 and .1,1..,- but where the .1 ii r.. i US. devil; but tii.it He will certainlv succeed I'autcn (alum unwdcr) Kumlnrii'' uno.iuutt- - trcii .u 5 . of the iieope" do not "gather themselves ihoih.ite '" rryiiiK out His jtlans for recoveryiii Itillliluril .Mine nucn, old Ji J" ..... ....' .......:i ... -- !.. W fROYALttSBl no. ,,.,.., ..,, Th.il l'.il U "AlmM.iv" n.mioru". in o ircn logeuier, ... , , ...... ... o. tili.. . . nuni .. . .. 84 jj tgsAi'.nuTiiy.?iISj .1 !l.infml' None Sucli, olJ O"'.gospei gentle, inoiieiisive Krtlh.Mil 117.0 and will certainly never be beaten in Charm utuiii pow.tr 116.9 Nothing Klse." To preach in a such a coiillict; nor be reduced to such Am.won alum po Ji-til ')" lime nuS Clct church building, instead of be straits that He will either torment forev- -' Nm eUuil't cumalii't r'o.im 107.9 to have that ing driven to a court-houstoo 3 Ciar er, or annihilate the wretched creatures 101.0 llr I'ncc'k .contain, linn-- ) church irt full sympathy with our gos-pe- l, He tries in vain to save. Snow Klaki: (.'.roiT'.St Paul lot 35 to have a pasthrough and through; )i 2 I.cl.' Conden.i'd I am sure 1 can prove all these things Contest Yeat 97 i tor of a nourishing congregation boldly from Scripture. How sad, that C.K Amlrrwl .V Co.' (contains alum) 73.17 Hod's eclvi-r'91 J proclaiming his entire endorsement of people, who profess to be guided by 04 that Gillct 80.5 our doctrine; of course that can happen word, will not even listen to the exposi- Hulk In his report, the Government Chemnowhere, just now, but in dear George tion that so exalts the LOVK and grace Dunlap's "little Hock," where that faith- of our Hod and Savior; but will gladly ist says: "1 rcgaidall alum powders as very unful "under shepherd" feeds his Master's hearken to those who, by slandering His sheep in the green pastures of G. I. L. character, have given such an one as wholesome. Phosphate and Tartaric gas too freeA. X. K. Col. Ingersoll the easy opportunity of Acid powders liberate their It is a perfectly luxuiioiis nook for us driving in headlong lliglit five chosen ly in process of baking, or under varying to stretch our weary limbs in, and these champions of Christianity the mightiest climatic changes sutler deterioration." ' Dr. II. A. Mott, the former Govern-- j ten days have been as near akin to Para- the "christian world" cantlndin nlltheir ment Chemist, after a careful and elabodise as any we have known hi our itin- ranks. linking erant ministry. To me this is the awfttlest fact of the rate examination of thu various Powders of commerce, reported to the Mrs. Kllen Gibson, from Hichinond, ltlth century, Thu powder never varies. A marvel ol purity that christian men dare More Government in favor of the Hoyal brand. strength and wholesomencss. cannot economical joined our happy circle early last week, not put be sold in than the ordinary kinds, and mi unvarnished report of this Prof. McMurtrie, late chief chemist of competition with the multitude of low test, short and only left for home yesterday morn-in- conflict of live to one in the hands of powders. Sold only in weight lT. S. Government at Washington, j cans. alum or phosphate George's family, with wife and I, Koval IIakino Powder Co., brainy boys. That no religious the 106 Wall Street, New York. rest of the their chemical tests to which I j says: "The occupy the parsonage. .The publication house has the temerity to party are in the spacious basement rooms put in print what five of tho "bravest have submitted tho Royal Unking Pow prove it perfectly healthful, and free of tlio pretty church, where, not only aro and best" ean say for Christianity, along- der, they delightfully accommodated, but as side of what one inlldel can say against from overv deleterious substance." SURGEON the old African hymn says, it. Dare any one dispute this fact ? I STANFORD, KY. The Raccoon Democrats Organizing. many a more."' "There'll room for I am willing to To the Kditor of thu Interior Journal Sunday was an o.vcr memorable day challenge its denial. Office on Lancaster street, in room recently valiar and slanderer The democracy of Raccoon Precinct, cated by I)r, V. II. l'cnny. for us all. We did not crowd tho ortho- stand a if this is not so. Lnurel county, organized themselves indox three hervices in, leaving preachers of tho brethren Oh, honest men and women, will you to "Tho Royal Democratic Club of Racexhausted, for tho retributions limp and all this shameful coon" last week. W. S. Young was .! of "blue Monday;" and tho congregation not see that the reason 25 from humiliation has come upon us must be chosen president and It. It. Rowling secin a condition of spiritual dyspepsia e members were enroll- Two miles South ot Stanford on Neal'n Creek a gorge of gospel. Hut wo had preach-iu- g because our champions are utterly wrong retary. Sixty-fivW, CHAIG. Address mo at Carlisle, Ky. 11 a. m. nnd again at .1 v. m., with in the lines of defense they have chosen? ed and the number will be doubled at nt This awful fact is full apology for my tho nt'xt meeting. The democrats were an Independence basket dinner, between; Ij. A. X. K. if any were never more enthusiastic here. Wo will spread on amplo tuhles In the parsonage gospel of G. I. I hTp opened s butcher shop at Rowland in topped locust trees' de- needed. If it oilers a possible outlet, givu Gov. McCreary and the nationnl yard, under the the Frrrill Store hou.o and am prepared to furnish ought you not to listen to it, for very ticket a rousing vote in November. licious shade; with a carpet of blue-grasthe pub ic with all kinds ol mull, fish and oysters in their siMton. As heretolore I wl I continReported by request of the Club. springy nnd soft as velvet underfoot; shame's sake? I cannot do worse than ue runninj my wagon de'ivrrin; meat to my cusIt. R. IlnwMMi, Sec'y. above; Dr. Taltnage, Prof. Fisher, Judge Mack, smiling, tomers in Stanford and vicinity, blue skleH, rt-t- f M. V, ELKIN. gentle broezo, stirring tho leaves, and Kditor Field and Premier Gladstone a have done. We aro asham.ed to print An Elegant Substitute neutralizing the heat; victuals abundant all cold but tho cofleo, their "level best," besido Col. Ingersoll's For oils, salti, pills, and all kinds of bitter, nnd Can we sink lower than nauseou medicines, is the very agreeable fragrant; whilo Bharp nppc-tlte- s responses. bo hot and KIKKSVIL.LE, KY. liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. did full justice to the generous that? My hope is that earnest men and woleading Physicians. Manu by FOR MALES AND FEMALES. feast. In the eweet and solemn twilight, after men will ponder this thing, till they will factured only by the California Fig Syrup tho crowd was dispersed, about 20 lin- listen to every one, any one who will Company, San Francisco, Cal. Next session opens August 17, iSSl. InstrucHe-lition thorough, Including Latin, Creek, (icrmun, For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. gered for "holy communion;" which clos- proposo "si nipre excellent way." French and from this awful predicament is what $1 75 Board per Week ed tho day In fullest blessing, as wo The Rev. Geo. II, Thayer, of Bourbon, Ind, $1 00 to 4 00 parsonage parlor to re- real thinkers crave; come that deliver- tayt: "lloth niyielf and wife owe our Iivet to Tuition per Month per Month gathered in tho Instrumental Music 4 00 It may. How-goo- Shiloh't Contumntiou Cure. McKobern it .. a 00 Drawing per Month member the LORD'S death. Wo were ance from what quarter Painting per Mcnth 3 00 people can shut their doors and Ky.; Crow.V Co., McKinney, Ky.; K( Address, MILTON EL MUTT. Principal. all in sympathy with the observance of Orchard, Ky, Kirkstillc, Ky W. Jones, Crab 5.( tho sacred ordinance; fully believing close tho shutters to keep out theso IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE. HHH - d, SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ! ! TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN cele-hr.it- w, ,r ,,, i ,,. j.,,.,, ,,,., ,',,. ,,.,., ,,",;.;,.', ,",,,., .,..," " ..' jt .'.'. id ,, to sell, more goods. While the latter is true so far as selling is concerned, the former is not so. I say emphatically here again that unless something unavoidable should happen, I I have learned that there are rumors out that I don't intend to leave and sell out, but only advertise as a scheme ! at ear-dro- WILL LEAVE STANFORD in spite of all rumors to the contrary. My goods will and must be sold as I don't intend to move any stock. Every article will be sold regardless of cost, p rice or profit. Cash I must have no matter what my loss may be. Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, all share the same fate, nothing reserved. If this is no chance To Buy Goods for ,it oi ,.' Cfn-cinn- j " "f i' a "i,I,lM' ii . .,...,,.., ''" .,'.,,,, ""' '- "' ,....,, ..it ,.,.,, Sta. a More i Stri-nut- C "'' '"""v. - ,.. i J well-appoint- ' r ' then there is no other argument nec cessary. Please be on had as early in the morning as possible to avoid the rush SPECIAL CUT IN OVERCOATS AND LADIES' CLOAKS. j 1 1 s ' POWDER Fifty cents on the Dollar will buy them and some will be offered at 33 cents on the Dollar, 1-- 3 Absolutely Pure. g. ' Opp. Myers House, Stanford. LEE F. HCFPMAX, SURGEON DENTIST, Stani-ord, A. S. PRICE, DENTIST, - NOTICE I TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill in the town of Stanford that we.dcfy any Mill to equal in quality of flour, we think the citizens ol the county should have county pride enough to patronize and sustain the tame. We wish to inform whom it may concern that we nre In the market to buy your wheat and corn and will give the highest market price for same. We have added some new machinery to our corn meal department and can now make meal to luit any person. It cannot be equalled by any other mill We solicit a trial in our flour and in this vicinity. meal departmeul. All having grain in out line for sale will please call at the Mill, where our agent will be found at all times, who willgive the best prices for same. Uran ana shipstufi always in stock. W. N. POTTS, Supt.. Stanford Holler Mill Co jjt tf. - Kknti'ckv. Office south side Main, two doors above Depot St, fob. House and sale. LAND FOR SALE. . - - aS Acres Iand acres on the Somerset and Crab Oorchard road, half way between the two places. Well of (rood water at end of porch. Half c eared and 30 acres in grass. A good outlet for cattle, hogs V. G. WALLACE, and sheep. Dabney Ky. f 100 SJ-t- NEW BUTCHER SHOP. To the Farmers of West Lincoln, Casey and Elsewhere. s, well-please- woll-cooke- ELLIOTT INSTITUTE! ed ef g. d Stage-Stanfor- Having been authonred by Mr. C. C. VanAri dale, proprietor of Hustonville Roller Mills, as his agent for the purchase of wheat in this section of THE FLORENCE country, I calf with confidence on my old and tried friends of the farming public to see me before en. gaging their crops elsewhere. Having been in tho trade about twenty years, 1 am familiar with thebuilness. I feel warranted, therefore, in the declaration that I will bo able to tacilitate the I have bought the right to sell the Florence transfer ot your crops to the advantage of all conWashing Machine and am now prepared to furnish JS, cerned. J. II. GREEN. 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 unlesa you are fully satisfied as to its merits. The undersigned have purchased the Florence Pejton Einbrce, a resident of Stanford, Ky,, died on the 4th day of May, 3S3, leaving consid. Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we fo'r distribution amonif hisheirs. The take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, erable estate pronounce it a success in decedent had three sisters, Elizabeth, Mary and and without hesitation all that is claimed for it: Dolly, who left this county. about the year iSta. every particular, doing Wm. Daugherty, J. W. Wallace, Dr. Uourne, Elizabeth and Mary when last heard 01 were in this State ailtl in that portion known as Mrs.S.P. Salter. A. C. Sine, Hill Perkins, Lewis The Purchase." Dolly when last heard of was a Dudderar, J. E. Lynn, L. L. Dawson, C, Vanoy, resident of Kansas. Any person having any In. Mrs, Amanda Peak, George PeytoA, Alex Holti-claC, C. fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. formation as to the present residence of the above named parties or their heirs, will pleale write to E, Harrow, A,,M. Keland and many others. M. F. ELKIN. meuit Stanford, Lincoln county. Ky. Headquarters at S. S. Myers' store. JOHN M. HAIL, Executor. 47 WASHING MACHINE HEIRS WANTED. liv-In- n I . SF" I uwi 'u..j....rJi J Semi-Weekly '. SOLDIERS. DEMOCRATIC Hank Karris, a saloon keeper at Greenwood, shot and killed Thomas Somo riRiirrn for llio IrillK- mill fori Young in a drunken spree without provUlTK. ocation. It would seem, nftcr moro than n quar. Stanford, Ky., Seitemheii 11, 1SS8 The Virginia Agricultural and To- tcr of n contuiy hnd elapsed since tlio last bacco Exposition will not need n crowd flag hnd bean furled In tho war. mid nil tho questions growing out of It had lxoii for lack of low rates. Tho C. fe O. ad- adjusted, that party oracles and orators W. P. 3&S33SSS tickets from Cliicago would bo content to leave the pnst mulls-turbevertises round-triand movo on to Issues of tho to Richmond on the :i, I) and 17 of OctoTHE LITTLE RED PIG GETS THERE. In responso to nn Inquiry upon present ber at $1". Tiikuc wns n tremendous turnout nnd a this point, n prominent Republican oll 15. L. Kw m.t, our own little "red pig Francisco were tlclan, who will umlco a good ninny Two blocks in San mofct magnificent ovation tendered Judge from the county of laurel, was nomiua destroyed by lire Sunday, tho loss being Bpcechea during tho campaign, in a canThurinnu at New York Thursday night, I tod for Congress in this district at Dan-- i estimated at SI, 2.')0,000. The lire origi- did moment gavons tho solution of tula but the fatiguing trip had badly directed ville Saturday by the republicans, as we nated from a spark dropping among question that thero was uo wny toenthuso him and lie was unable to do more than but to fight over again tho said he would be, and as anybody else shaving" in the sash and door factory of tho masses tho past. It was battles of make his excuses and return Ins thanks. mucli easier could have said had ho known the true to nrouso tho prejudices of tho civil con Day, II uber it Crocker. There were other distinguished speakers . tcs tllB" to nnco by.pprals to reason inwardness of the business, which was At Corw Station, 0., on the Little . present and there was no lack of oratory, Gen. Bradley, Miami road , a freight train collided with , and nn honest discussion of tho financial about as follows, (low Hill was among the number and na business issues presented In who is afraid of MeCreary, did not want tho John Robinson circus train, killing mo piauornis oi tno parties, in n paid a high tribute to Old llomim whom to make the race, and in order to bo able five men and injuring 18 others, none of word, tho bloody shirt was still to he "welcomed not as a king, because the bo waved to take" tho placo of argument to get out of it, should his party demand them seriously, except Andy Smith, a and logic In following out this Idea democracy acknowledges no kings in got Woody Dunlap to his candidacy, he fotnoof tho Republican papers nro rcvlv a contortionist, who will die. Xa. this country whether crowned or unhimself, so that he could say, A young woman named Turpin, liv- log tho obsolete nomenclature of tho war him as a plain, hon- announce crownedbut greet period, nnd Insisting thatthat party alono "I cannot oppose a friend and a townsest, unassuming, private citizen and man." But the candidacy of Mr. Dun-- . ing in Roane county, Tenn., has been ar- was tho saviour of tho Union, and furof three nished about all tho Federal soldiers. rested, charged with the murder democrat full of years and honors, who j lap didn't fire the republican heart; on illegitimate children born to young girls Tills claim Is easily refuted by histories possesses the confidence and regard of a lit-tl- o the contrary, there was a general kick at official in that vicinity. The skeletons were andpructlrulrecords. Tho matter Is of as patriotic people." Continuing, Gov. ClicnpcNt FIncHt SatcciiH moment, and noted only the arrangement. The opposition began hidden in a hollow stump, where they Hill commissioned the Old Roman on casting about for a more acceptable man an Incident In tho Republican manageSIlkH, ment of tho present campaign. Demowere found. his return to the West to "tell our galand finally agreed on Judge Vincent The Senate Friday by a vote of ;) crats who tako up tho controversy serilant friends of that section that there are Boreing, of London. Now we aro told ously inako a surprising exhibit from tho yeas to :i nays, passed the House bill ab- records no divisions among our democracy this that there is no love lost between Brad- solutely prohibiting the immigration of compare of tho war department. Thoy year. We are united, enthusiastic and tho Republican voto of I860 with ley and the judge and tumbling to the Chinese into the United States. The tho composition of tho army In tlds way: confident. At the outset there were a racket, the general laid his plans to cir- ncgativo votes were cast by Brown, of Voto for few who were startled at the President's Troop Lincoln. cumvent it by having Kwell nominated Georgia, Hoar, of Massachusetts, and bold message on the tariff question, and rurohboU. 18C0. iiistead, nnd lie succeeded. Mr. Ewell is Wilson, of Iowa. Pending a motion by New Knclaml states 873.131 23CCC7 who wavered somewhat; but his recent Ml.ldlo vtAttu. 914,101 w,wo a pretty fair orator and (mite a clever felSenator Blain to reconsider the body ad- Wtfktern states aad terrUorics..l,C,0M8 still bolder message upon the fisheries low in B10.3I3 his way. He is a kind of a half journed till Monday. Bonier (Utc. 301,003 47,613 question has brought all the wanderers lawyer, half preacher kind of a The Glasgow Times says Bill Miller, back to the fold again." Total S,K.m I.S43.573 who has never made any spo the fool who bit off a snako's head for a Grand Utcl furnished from tlio L'nlon, Including Indians and colored troop of acceptance ' cial mark in any of them. Phil Thomp half dollar, has just died m great agony The President's letter from t,tate In rebellion rai. !1,V9,133 was published yesterday and is a docu son walloped lnm as easy as roiling on a In accomplishing the feat, it is thought i OranJ total of tho popular nte for .v. -log six years ago, nnd MeCreary will do l,f,IM ment which will draw the American that he bit into the sac of poison and I Mtt.TS) heart still nearer to him. As the Courier-Jo- the saine even easier this time. swallowed some of it for he commenced , . . . . . ... ,i 'Voto or West Vlrdnlaln 1851. not be j a urnal says, no point is omitted. He Rliea-Swo- pe on spitting foul matter in a tia or two ami memberoi the Union in imo. debate came off The does not consider trusts private affairs, Tho men who enlisted In tho Union time at Lexington to the eminent satis- continued till lie dieti.tne last oeing oi a army, it Is secu, numbered nearly 1,000,-00- 0 and does not fail to mark out the dis- faction of the democrats. Col. Swope, it perfectly dark olive color. In excess of tho Lincoln voto. Tho tinction between a wise and wasteful is said, got so rattled that he rushed up personal observation of thoso who lived DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. bysteni of pensions for soldiers. The in tho northern state.-- nt tho time will to Chairman Midi Alford and said "supland policy; the rights of labor; the re-f- toodvenr. Cook A Dillon's Minstrels attest that not moro than half the pose you had a hundred ncres of land." ! ilt.,a llrnnu !! Am straint of combinations of capitalists; the 1IU "ill tiitn HW IU 1U I , 1TM. will appear at the Opera House Tuesday dono during UUV war would IndicatetUIUlk A supposition that was at once irrela-vatho oven regulation of immigration; the improvenight. n smaller proport Ion. Still moro marked and improbable. MoIushok-- , Sugar- ment of the civil service; care for the InI lour-IIur-rc- ls Major Win. Goodloo is acting us results nro shown in tho border hUtes, llko Missouri. Kentnckv, Virginia and dians, and, above all, the reform of the NEWS CONDENSED. town attorney in the absence of Col. Lo- Maryland, R. whero but a trifling voto was tariff, are matters deemed by the Presigan McKce. cast for tho Republican ticket, and over John Goodin was killed by the cars dent fit subject for serious consideration. Last Friday was tho final day for aoO.OOO soldiers furnished tho Union army. We will give the letter entire in our next near Woodbine. bringing suits in the Boyle circuit court Thoso who euro to pursuo thlvlliio of InA hurricane in Cuba caused a loss of issue. quiry cau readily find tliudatn forcomput-In- g for the September term, which begins tho Democratic soldiery nt much moro ...,.... .w.v. .....-- ,i.A r.v, G1 Hvcs and much damage. it ....,, .i, i,n.,.a ...v, nrn. ..U...W .....,;. than 1,000,000 men Among tho ir.cn CKEAAl ,t. brother of next Monday. .,. I AAUlli. illU lt- hibitionists like the devil does holy The republican convention on Fri- who led tho armies tho Democrats furWin. Catron, died at Somerset. ter, is moved to remark: One of the enR. L. Kwell, of Ijiu-r- nished such magnificent generals as New York will hold her democratic day nominated Col. Hancock. Meade. Sit It los. couraging features of the Vermont eleccounty, to oppose Gov. MeCreary, Blair. Rosecrnns and others. ItThomas. should convention nt Buffalo protion is the decline of the third-part- y be left to political ghouls llko Iugalls to Henry T. Stanton has been appoint- tho democratic candidate. h of hibition vote this year to R. G. Dunn, who went to Kansas defamo their memories. Tho lino of paed to a $1,''00 clerkship in the Interior triotism nnd good scuiols to let -- Alits former dimensions. This shows the l1in-t..u..City a few days ago, has obtained u clerk- of saving tho Union bo shared tho credit with tho " strong rally of the republicans, and that, & Co., a lending patriotic men of both pirtto.s. nnd movo - ship with Z. Y. Smith . . The Cincinnati Chamber of Com, . , . . ... on to the questions nowprc!iu for solui.v.-- J..U...UO ..-- w......b i mttnM QUUCV.11U1.U i oin .r. tlw.- Jackson dry goods houe. IIIVILV J,A W ...about turning tho country over to the ville Mr. Joe H. Davis, of Holden, Mo., is tion. Tho issues of today pertain to tho sullerers. material interests of tho Thoso democratic party for sake of the cause of Judge Thurman is all right again here on a visit to old friends. Mr. John who sick to cvndo them nnd exhunio tho temperance. That most preposterous Xew York city, suc- dead confesu their weakness and inability and met his Newark, X. J., appointment, J. Daugherty, of T. R. WALTON'S. form of fraud i about played out. ceeds Mr. :." B. Thick' as cutter for P. A. to confront tlio duuiuuds of tho hour. though still weak. St. Paul Globe. I J. M. Greer, of Memphis, nominated Marks, merclinnt tailor. With watermelons at two big ones for NICE CALIFORNIA Dr. Johnstone's new hospital build- CANNED FRUITS Afraid to Rrad Iloltt Mn. of the American party, a nickel, it would hardly seem that men for ing is at last completed. Ho has moved Tlio woman's national Itcpubllcan would fall out about dividing one of respectfully declines. T. R. WALTON'S. few days will be committee is an organization recently Lester Wallack, the veteran actor his office there and in a them, yet in Christian county Harry ready for the reception of patients. The started which U dolii; what It can to furtho election of Crave shot a man named Ballew to death ami manager, died of apoplexy at his building is K most solid, substantial therIts head is Mrs Harrison and Morton. Elk-- .' Foster, who At countiy residence near Stamford, Ct. A: over just such a trivial misunderstandmodel of convenience in In an address ndvises tho women of Ilia ami a Frank Hudson was struck with a structure ing. And this reminds us that Christian country "to give the'r best hndn and every way. T. It. WALTON'S ' is becoming one of the most lawless in heavy iron pin during a quarrel with study of It was teported that a mad dog ran heart to thoand tln-l- of tho principlespracgovernment application hi Sam Seiuple nt Morehead and fatally in- the State. Hardly a day passes that the , through Main street Saturday morning tical politics." Mrs Poster is extremely ! dailies do not contain dispatches about jured. and bit every dog he met. A party who practical herself. She thinks that woman's Tlio city council has donated $2,000 somebody being killed or wounded clubs ought to bo formed for political disI ifl f I and. mlly in ' saw part of the transaction says the acran Aire mlh cussions, and while dropping n few hints to aid in the construction of a new freight there. mali hu en it, 4 mile on Crab Orchard l'tke. cused bit nt no dogs, except those who on methods of organization takes occadepot nnd side tracks. Somerset Re ! I W A l.'l ON. Termy bit at liim, and that lie seemed to be a ' sion to say: The newspapers generally arc express porter. "Uosiire ' you jrnd your household dog returning to his home as' ing some anxiety about ono General country It has been decided in Iowa that un regularly i j your first Information Bradley, who veins to have gone into ho knew how. of current jHjiiticul events through Reder the prohibitory law a man cannot fast as -' If abort I. not mlri I uill r. lit the ttotite at a his hole and drawn it in after him since Rev. P. T. Hale and family have re- publican papers; better 'bo charged with lawfully manufacture cider for use in his e fictire T K WALTON. the August election, when he heard moved to Birmingham, Ala The Bap-- , jwlitical narrowness than bo jwisoned own family. something "drap." Let up on the poor not yet elected his suc- with political heresy. Let not prido of church has opinion or a morbid self righteousness or The Flambeau parade of the I.011U-vill- e tist fellow, boys, ho is only taking a resting cessor. Mr. John J. Yeiser has gone to a boasted Independence in political opinion Fall Celebration, owing to the rain, spell to learn how to think. Texas to bring home his biother Ben, insiuiousiy oeguuo you to uirectly or in-was postponed from Friday till who is in bail health. Dr. Dunlap left directly glvo aid and comfort to tin night. Tun Antiedam, built during republiSaturday for Xew York, and as has been enemy."ndvlro Is so remarkably frank that This Myron Bangs, a New York manufaccan extravagance and rascality nt a cost will sail for Kurope Wednes-- , It ennuot fail to commend itself, whatover turer and former republican, lias sub- - noticed, to the government of $321, 171, was sold day. Mrs. II. K. Samuel, who lias spent people may think of the political issues Saturday for$7,000. It was never nbloto wribed $10,000 to the democratic cam- tho hour. the summer at Kastein watering places, of sulllclently Xo ono but a woman would bo Inuocent to sjeak In terms iloat and had been used as warehouse paign fund. is expected home in a few days. so plain. But whv Is Mrs. Foster ufraid Mrs. Green B. Willis, an old lady, and barracks for marines. to let her sisters hear both sides of tho wns burned to death near Xicholasville. HUST0NVILLE. argument and decido for themselves on a of the 7th District It is supposed that her clothing became The republicans plain presentation of tho facts? Sho cerMrs. George Rille, Jr., died Sunday tainly does not pay them very much of a are calling on Col. A. M. Swope to make ignited from her pipe. ' compliment lu desiring it to bo Inferred the race for Congress, but after his exJohn R. McLean, of tho Cincinnati night of consumption. for colored teachers, at that they nro unsblo to discriminate Examination perience witli Theodore Hnllain wo Enquirer, hns purchased the Xew York tho true and tho falso lu nolltlcnl j opine he will not care to tackle tho sil- Star from Mr. C. P. Huntington and will Stanford, Friday 14th inst. discussion. It is safo to assumo that tho -- Mrs. leorge Powell is reported to be ia(iy i2as B violent hatred for tho Mug ver tongued Breckenridge. take possession nt once. from heart dis-- 1 wimps; sho does not want their ncrnl The longshoremen nt Pensacoln in n critiVnl ' This is the issue in a nut shell. The ' CJ0US v . ease. Ull Wii.i ,.W,.,1 - unninn.J wcdl known kex. uoctrinea to invauo tho rants of ber v. . J.W without warning for an increase Brooklyn Eagle. republicans propose to maintain tlio war struck to $2.50 a day from $1.25 and were so ri- to two generations and a worthy memtariff and squander the surplus; tho demA Republican Dilemma. otous that the militia had to bo called ber of her race, wife of Thompson Lee, ocrats seek to reduce the war tariff and died Sunday night. Tho Republican senato Is In anothor out. n from tlio lift tho burden of bothcrsomo dilemma. Tho Chlneso reJoseph Pulitzer, editor of the X. Y. Half Fare Excursions South. people. striction bill has passed tho houso and World, has gone totally blind in one eyo The Queen it Crescent Route (Cincin- goes to tho benato. 1k If It pasioa tho son-at- o Our thanks nro due nnd they are here- nnd is about to lose tho other. Ho is in that nction will Southern and Associate Roads) will of Gem Harrison, and taken as u criticism Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, If It falls to pass by gratefully extended to Bro. K. C. Col-ga- Paris under the treatment of the bestoc-culist- s. nati sell Harvest Excursion Tickets nt One Gen. Hurrisou's post attltudo will bo Inof tho Pinevillo Messenger, for n the best assortment wo have ever had, embracing over Limited Faro the round trip, on Septem- dorsed. Tho fight In Congress has been highly appreciated notice of the secretaThero nro in operation in the Unit& 2:'.rd, '88, In favor of tho Democrats so far, but then ber 11th A 25th, October th they did not have so many bad records ry of tho K. P. A. ed States 147,W)8.( miles of railroad, good to return within IW days and allow- and dead weight platform planks to carry. with liabilities amounting to $8,890,4:11, St. Louis ing stop over piivilcge. These cheap Maine held an election yesterdny for 214 and assets $9,109,754,51:1. Poor's tickets will bo on sale to various points and probably went "hell- Manual. State officers, Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better 1 An Impci-joiin- l Lie. in Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Floribent" as usunl republican, but the rads. A flood on the Xew River carried IIcnryGcorgo is authority for tho stato-me- grades, and includes somo of the very best vehicles made for the da, Carolinas, Virginia, Mississippi, Louwill crow all the same, as if they had away tho big bridge of that Donn Piatt Is uuthorlty for antho Chesapeake it wrenched the State from the democratic Ohio Railroad nt Grand View, involving isiana, Arkansas & Texas to which States other statement that Col. Tracy, a "con- trade. Oome and see our goods before making your selections. great trunk fidential man in charge of an important Queen & Crescent is the column. a loss of $50,000. A great deal of other tho line, running double daily trains from department of tho Democratic campaign," You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. The Union Labor party at Xowport damage is reported. Cincinnati and Louisville. For rates, said: "It hi no uso. Wo cannot stand up Gen. Horace S. Kldridge, a former mans, time-table- s renominated Thobo against Carlisle, but or other information against tho cry of 'freo trade.'" Tho lu TAnGjgLRENT, Brigadier-Genera- l in the Salt Lake army defined concerning a trip South via the uamo of EllIn Perkins ought toIs como as ho was sensible enough to decline the this story, but it just Queen A Crescent Route, call upon your Eomowhcro a lie without It. St. Louis doubtful honor, and one Fox was named of Brigham Young, is dead, aged 72 nearest ticket agent or address, D. G. MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. years. He had five wives and unnuminstead. Edwards, Acting Geneial Passenger bered children to succeed him, Agent, Cincinnati. with its usual The Courier-Journa- l, It was thought that Mr. Blalno might It is reported that tlio Hatflelds, of feel Inclined to say something moro about liberality towards all deserving chari- Logan Syrup of Figs county, West Virginia, charged trusts in his Bangor speech, but ho ties, has contributed $100 to the JacksonI) with tlio murder of old man McCoy nnd Is Naturo's own true laxative. It is the avoided that subject with a doxtority ville sufferers and raised $SS7 for them. which bctokcn3 great strategic capacity. family near Pikeville, Ky., have had moit easily taken, nnd tho most offectlvo Brooklyn Citizen. remedy known to Cleanse, tho System Kweu, sou MeCreary slaughter the lit- their trial and were acquitted. Gen. Win. Terry, who succeeded when Bilious or Costivo; to dispel Head-ache"Left Handed Thunder" Is tho namo of tle red pig and leave his other opponent Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habitan Indian chiof in Dakpta. This is tho "Stonewall" Jackson in the command of Xooo-wltcr- o on tho (itii of November. thunder tho famous "Stonewall" brigade of the ual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. sort of campaign Harrison that Mr. Blalno for in his famous Gov. McCitKvitv's retaliation bill went Confederate aimy, was drowned in a Manufactured only by tho California Fig rolled out trusts at Portland. Xew York defenso of through tlio House like adeso of salts, swollen creek near his homo at Wytlie-villSyrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. Woild. A. C. 17dto-4- . Vu. For salo by A. it. Penny, Stanford. 4 Interior Journal FALL GOODS I They arc Coming Dally. WALTON. p i FAIRS BOOTS AND SHOES Heoieved TTestarday. ' ! to-wi- t: TRUNKS & VALISES All SixM and Frioaa. & tf tt:m::b:r,:e!j:ej.a.s From nnd i the Gingham to the in Naturral Stick or Gold IlmitllcN. To Suit All. STTFF SOFT AND POCKET HATS I bbuoe & M'TOBiaaro "' 111 lk-pu- ivta-a- nt Good and Clean for Sale Cheap. T. and Walton. Ar.,. ! o t.,. f 0.,l,l Vill-Ulli ICE FREEZERS el T. R. WALTON'S. T. It. WALTON'S. one-fourt- Extracts for Ice Cream .. ''. Din,.t ELEGANT GREEN TEA j Fruit Jars Scaling Wax r FOR SALE sr, FOR RENT! ' 1 ! over-taxatio- BUGGIES, CARRIAGES n, Post-Dispatc- nt GEO. Post-ispatc- I. MN'G'R. Tir h. , STMFOMD PLMIMG IhJUUL r ntrt s. Mouldings, Brackets, Scroll Work, Frames, Sash, Doors, Minds, Veranda Work, Etc. SINE, Superintendent. Flooring, Sidings, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, e, ' I.' rBHft'WIMWrf'WPMIH r -- ' 2 Semi-Weekly Interior journal Xi:w goods lit Courts A Cox's. t s. c. walton, Stanford, uu. Manager Don't foi get the l'rcrdi Oysterc, nml Celery lit J. T. Harris'. Juihib Vaiinon'h quarterly court commenced yesterday with i! old and 10 Tich new caws, most of them contested. XKW AIiVKIlTMiMKNTS. Ivy., Sj:itemiii:u 11, 18bb nml nee the now goods ho is dnily receiving. Call at S. II. Shanks' Aitkii deluging us for nearly n mouth, Jupiter PluviiiB seems at last to have let SPsa'oriiATioiT. GEO. A. U03IER, ANNOUNCEMENT. We Will Open our Stock of Tin: round-tri- p. L. A X. will soil to-da- y Published Every Tuesday and Friday AT IOiiinvillo parade up and yesterday was as clear nnd as tickets to the beautiful as could be. Fully 12 inches for the of rain fell during the longest spell ever for seen in August. $-.10 BANKER AND J3K0KER 40 & 41 llr'ailn.1)' and 5: New Street, 5fVJ I'lflll YJCA.lt, IX ADVANCK o paid $3.00 will be charscd.-- " Stock in the Stanford & I'reachcrsvillo pike of $'2'i per share sohl at Joe sale at ti" cents. New-land- 's T K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1 rain l ivr Kowlaiul at J Jl ml return nl ft ni nml 8 40 p m m end ; ao a m Most of our correspondents seem to have gone back on us this issue, but we 'Vet there, Kli," all the same. w I iiavi: just received a big line of fall SITUATION.Auilrtss. shoes of the .eigler llros.' make, and iniy or wiiii urcssmam-HKI.KN WORTH. vite my customers to call and examine Hi.Y HfMT. Ilnrilin Hudson, a Uox 68, Lancaster, Ky pin Mail train RoinR North .IJ 31 brakeman from Louisville, was struck on them. S. II. Shanks. ... 31 pin South . 37 pin Ksmcis tiain " South .. of the head by the SA-LBNuilli )7m Tub democrats of Garrard will have n the back which somebody hadcrane of a 6 10 m mail car carelessly Lotal FrtlsM North 633 pm general ratification the fourth Monday, aoutn left sticking straight out and badly hurt 'I he latter Itaina ulo mny pat.enKcrt. County Court day. Many distinguished at Alum Springs, Sunday night. He was Dkl'G STORK, with Rood Luincs, on tasy 1 he above itculculated on tUmlard time, Solar cash atioiil n minute speakers will be on hand to furnish the brought to Dr. Peyton's olllce yesterday eusy terms InCan show best Cwcbusiness ol any ter. lime of selling, id the country DrtiR btore LOCK IIOX No 77, health Addrtss chin music. and did not regain consciousness till jStf l.ancaMir, Ky. MEANS BUSINESS. Wk will leave in a few days for Iiuis-vill- e some time after reaching here. He was Watciik nml jewelry repaired nml and Cincinnati to lay in our fall and properly cured for nnd Cnpt. Smith Irwarranted. A. It. Penny. on No. win Tut bent place to buy drug, patent winter stock of millinery which we will '24 had him taken to Louisville in the afternoon. in at A. It. open by the 1Mb. All are invited to medicines ami toilet articles Two Pianoi, one Organ, two Wardrobe, two Hilling Kooinhafc, one Walnut Kxtenmon Dm. Penny's. call ami examine. Courts & Cox. CHURCH AFFAIRS. ing T able, one llook.Cise, one lar)(u liedstead Ituvyour school books, ink, tablets. and Wire Springs. Pillows, lllanLeif, Coal Oil Jot: lliiiiii.s Kii.i.kd. A dispatch from and many tiling.. in per, encils and school supplies of all Transylvania Presbytery will meet Tank can be hadother bargain. Tor cash the.e arILimit from A. It. Penny. ticle, Apply to at a Huckeye, Tenn., says that Joe Hughes ut Somerset on the 17th. ALEX b l'AXTON S8.4t I guarantee all watrhes and every ar- nnd Owen Mnmulay, fanners, were killbunford, Kv Our Sugar Grove meeting closed List AIo 3 clock, pillws IlUnVitt and three good ticle of jewelry I sell to be just as repre- ed by the cars while in an intoxicated night with 'JO confessions. J. IS. Living- inattrcitea ss nted. A. It." Penny. condition, Friday night last. Hughes ston. The Knoxville First Ilaptist church was born and raised here where he hns PERSONAL POINTS. A. C. C. wants a pastor, but will not take n man mnnv relatives. in Ids first pastorate, nor one who reads has entered College at Oi.uii:sii: Tati. Ciiavon Portrait Painting executed his sermons. Lexington. promptly nt reasonable priceB. SpeciOf all the modern sensational Hen K. IIoi.tzii.aw, of this county, mens of my work can be seen at the fur- preachers (Jcorge 0. H.trnes is the most linn been granted n pension. niture store of H. K. Wearon in Stan- scholarly and the most chaste orator. Mil. t.MiMus. V. H. Mfltoiii'.iiTs are ford, who will also give prices and other Lexington Transcript. AT W. R. BRASFIELD & CO'S in Louisville for a few days. information, or address me at Kirksville. Itev. It. H.Caldwell preaches nt WalrelHORSK KXCHANGi:, LKxingion Miis. Thomas ltuu situs is visiting Mrs. Annio V. James. Wednesday and Tliurs-danut Flat atives nml friends in nights. His son, Itev. Joe Caldwell, SEPTEMBER 20th, 1888 Miss Mattik Cox has returned from a Fikst NvTio.VAi. Hank, Sta.niuiip, t C Sherley Anchorage, K I A Middleton, Ky., Stok. It. II. Courtney, Hanker will also be present. visit to her home at Ureensburg. Shelhvville Kv . W. S Lne. Oanv lie. Kv.: A Methodist Kpiscopal Conference II WalUce, LexingloD, Ky . S lllack and W J. Miss Aliik Kiuiaiuimi.v, of NMiiOISOt, and Hioker, Lexington, Ky., has for sale Chinn, Frnklort, Ky, will tell has, been visiting Mrs. A. L. Adams. a few more shares of the stock of this at Mt. Ktnn, Iml., is following the old poll-- , 50 HEAD CHOICE COWS AMD HFIFFRS JiriMii: J. P. Co.att, of Parksville, has good conditioned and well managed bent of the church to dabble into .. .... bank. Our readers should Utke advan- - tics by voting 1'. to to support the pro Selected from their hord Thi offerinc will he liven visiting P.lder Joseph H.illon. largely composed f joungcowa, now freh,cnlue Mn. J. A. Mum, of liiiisville, has ta- tau-- of this opportunity and cominunl-- ! hibition candidates thi Tall. All the iieifcr a TheTates Creek Association of l're locahc in calf In or will he hred tocmvtold enough are afe excellent bulM ken V. F. Packard's place as train dU- - catu with him at once as the demand for! D.h" ".'!'" this stock is becoming active witli him. ilestinarian Haptists will convene at train It Itaeldoni "ick !"";'. U' offered ,P"P" patcher here. at will Ilcaale promptly at la o'clock J.rusll UreOK, lieXl rritlav. Mn. J. M. Hail, Mrs. Sue Haughman X i:TThursdny, L'.th, is Kentucky lay I'lder A. C. Xewland, the moderator for J II. WALL Lh, Lexington, Ky , or and Mis Foxle IVnnlngton winttoSom-- j w j v.ltl..N, rraklurt, Ky at the Cincinnati Centennial, ami to en- years, will he on hand. iT-- 't to attuud thu Fair. K. Kdinfinson. Auctinn.f.r H. able overylxidy in this section tobe pres Dr. Morris Kvans leaves for the an-- i Mil, llitiii It mi returned from l.e.-- l ent, the Kentucky Central has put the nual conference at Xicholasville W ington ytsterdny with Mr. John for the round-- 1 row. He will likely be made presiding; SAW MILL FOR SALE! rate for that day at who seems all right. Mu. II. It. Smti.kv and Mrs. Jennie trip, iiii'litaiiiga free admission to the ..Jder of the ditnct, certainly if he getsl " ,. .. . .... . vih X.iincl mul Stools Dunn ratne up from Monticello Satur- ivxxjsmon. iickcis goon reinrning ine' iiis deserts, ami in that event some otli ' uenrelo leave Kentuckv I will.ell atpreat ' ' night of UJth by special train, leaving at or preacher wi'l be sent here. It in linn ,atrficc , MW miik comnl,.., ,n t0 day and are at Judge Saulley's. hore builcrs 11::M). (iov, Huekiier and stall' will be' ed, however, that the doctor's promotion and ohore tnnlni-.- 3 a.ns work.. ox log wag PiitiK. S. J. Pri.UAM left yestenlay to on i w.ons tMictlO.r.l, .print; wai;- will not cause him to change his resi- on und hnrnts. 3 juke of cattle, 3 mulct, horc, take charge of his school at Falmouth, on hand. gnl mill complete, and my farm of (,60 acres of dence fmiu Stanford. !ca mg one ami perhaps two Mil heaits. wen I L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Faiiiiis sent nsa horrible lookNi.WOKK CUV ing thing from Mist Hcrnstadt Saturday, saying we could name him and take him. Stocks, Bonds, Drain, Provisions and Potroleum. Not being an adept in that lino we turned him over to Maj. Harry A. Kvans, IIOUOIIT.SOI.D.V CAR JUKI) ON MAKblN' who makes a study of such "varmints," I' S -- Find for etpl.fut ry jh 61 ly t and he pronounces it of the genus taban-u- s. In other words it is n relative of the tobacco worm, say about a third cousin. in;-)ilr 59-- (. T. Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &e., Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. M &tt MONDAY, SEPTEMBER Every thing will be new, 17TH 1 1 FOR NOT fl PIECE OF OLD GOODS 11 And every thing has been selected with great care, the senior member's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and those who pay promptly at the end of each six months is especially desired. Asking a share of ytur patrouage, we tre Respectfully, SEVERANCE & SON. SEW FURNITURE MACKS Public Sale of J. JERSEY GATTLE! EWFMA PiRDPo p ', 1 ......, 1 e ' I I 4S-Sa- lc lie-- in n, Sl'.-V- ) ..... writes -l ... .. ; Will keep constantly on hind a large and 3elect line of Furniture and Undertaker'3 Goods. My prices will be as low a3 such goods can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. ' i , 1 1 1 1 I'lTT-nri- Mu. i Mas. John Huiivmn, of -- Mr. .1. V. ISastin .non i.inti jS-t- iiiiriercHJ. ih en privnteiv (,'rab Orchanl, are on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. John A. nul.lc.nan.-I.ouisv- ilo "",t- Mnssiis. .l(ii:i'ii m:i.iimu and son, V ,,., ...... f.i.iii .,....,.,. i.ll(i.fllt.t ninl ,. lll 1..1I'.. .1. Cincinnati, whore they ....... I.. I.,.. I.. ..via .1 i... ... that the Standard Mineral Co. has been firt'ittiiri.d nt (lint nlni'i ivitli V ltir,iliM ,,, w. Bistin secretary and 1ItM,,lk.n F. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. f MAR1 .MII'H Mayviod, Ky BOFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. t Married, Mr. C. M. Shumate, one of and Anderson treasurer. Tln'v our most prominent young men, , Miss Mary Itowlan-l- , one of Hrodhead's iiuve oiiipiuyou ine .i. u. i.iiimh'k .Mantl , ami accomplished young , , .1.111 ,(,., ..",1.1.1111111 l.l charming o'clock Thursday evening, la" dies, at 8 in with one of their latest impioved their stin-k- . the CongieiMtional church, Itev. A. A. bote drills. The mapinspei-tiiiM J. II xiiiiv A. Ii Ns and wife leave olliciating. Dr. I.. M. Scott ami chinery is mi the ground ami began ope Myres when' he will fur Xahville Miss S.illie Kow land were the attendration last week. attend the medical lortureH at Vandor- ants. Mt. Vernon Signal. bill Cniversity. The Sayines tells that Henry Tank- It rained all dav Tridav and literally! ' C.M'T. HtooiNs Km.i.n is back from poured down from ihmiii till night. Col. ersley and Miss Helle Pointer, of to remain a month or two. He ' HiiH'h circus hhocl nil the sune, tho' rard, came over to Mercer and got Itev. tells us that his wife, who had her aim mlt Hlimn crowd ventured into the del-- 1 lion Crton to uiairy them. The hajipy broken last winter, has not regained the' .,. outside and that which awaited groom returned proper thanks, but the use of it jet. them 011 tho inside of the tent, where parson said that didn't buy the baby a Untold friend, William Henry Hnrrl ' ' the water came .low u worse than at U - !lrt'M and informed him that a few dol- lie 1110 irs w ouui no more itccepiame. .n,. ii(.,.i-n-r '.-..-ti.ivu lie wiia iitim..l fir nlil .. nir non.,ui .iu..ii.i either t flint nuitter ."v- - . ...., .., ... ,..lsl, ..!), I,iin.' but liloill s- . : . 1...1 1... .i:.i... 1 i.i.. 'i'! :. wait a i.i... jiiKTuuiiuf iniv mi uuiii iuiu i.i nioreiins were in a premium ami sin ed to send it if the parson would 111 imo, nor win iiesiippoiiins Kniiuistiu ,iL.S ,,1 anatomy got glimpses ol many Week or two. in ls.ss. He is pretty well satislled, thank LH.flmein good and not so good in vail-yoFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. witli Cleveland and Thurinan. 'ogated hosiery. The show was pretty J. Owsley Kvuns sold Saturday Mas. Imm: Hoi.MKshasgone wlthlier!pMM Wny through, and espeeinlly yeailing mules at $100. children, Master Charlie and Miss Alice, h0 j some points. J. S. Owsley sold to Towmey, of for Danville, whole sue will live till they Tin: Lincoln County Club had a pleas- Doyle, ,S:i yeailing mules at $75. are educated. Her neighbors and fiiemls Marsh Co Hey sold to James Denny regret very much to sever connections ant nnd profitable meeting Saturday with her, even though it bo rather of a night. The attendance was good and l'J stock hogs, weighing ISO pounds, at timely speeches weie made by I 'resident ol its. teiuporaiy nature. , Foil iu:nt. The William Hays house J s. (i. (iivkns, Km., fresh from his Alcorn, It. C. Warren, S. S. Myers, J. K. visit to Vie. Wales. William and other Port man and C. F. Kent. The latter with 10 to 30 acres, as preferred, for '69. 4t roval people of the old world, was in to lko about l.'i minutes and showed how-se- F. Keith J. K. llruce sold to James Lnyton, of us yesterday and looking as hanny as thoroughly he is uc.unintod witli the cattle a lord. He had n big trip and accom- democratic doctrine. It was then mov- Garrard, a bunch of lO-poun- d plished its purpose fully in seeming at- ed and carried with a whoop that the at from :t to-lClub invito all other democratic clubs in There was u heavy frost at St. Johns-burtention to Kentucky investment. the county nnd with the Gold and Silver Vt., which seriously damaged crops CITY AND VICINITY. Hand march out to Judge M. C. Saulley's owing to their immature couditiqu. Monday night ami tender liimn farewell An Mist Portland, Oregon, fruitKmity barrels at T. It. Walton's. serenade before he leaves llnally for his grower raised a freestone peach that .1 f Western post. Col. W. G. Welch was measured 111 inches in circumference. Si.vcitvNCK fc Sox open their splendid selected to make tho presentation speech W. II. Terhuno sold 700 stock ewes new stock next Monday. See announceon the part of the Club and thu Judge to dineront parties at prices ranging ment on this pnuo. no doubt held up his end of thu pole. from $:t.l3 to $.'!.." per head. Hnrrods-bur- g ..III. TiiKitu aie rumors that tho K. C. will As it occttried last night at S o'clock we Democrat. be sold to the K. T., V. it O. January 1st have to postpone fuither notice of it till John G. lirooks has bought of Van next, which will build the 00 miles' gap Friday. Shipp 100 hogs at $3.J5 per hundred, to between Livingston and Jellico. be delivered between November 1st nnd Wi: have received u marked copy of . . Midway Clipper. December 1st. Tin: attorney for the K. C, Mr. It. II. tho Woodsdalo, Kas., Democrat, which Kecent estimates place tho tobacco Tomlinson, und General Agent George prints and comments on thu article from crops of Christian county nt :!0,000,000 W. Ileitis, were heie yesterday to defend this paper which referred to tho cei till-o- n pounds. It is conspicuously fieo from to of exoneration by tho citizens of 11 a suit by A. M. Pence for $180 damages worms and injured less by rains than in tranof Sam Robinson, marshal of that by tho death of nine hogs while in other counties. town, and formerly of this county, who sit to Cincinnati. II. M. Liiinoy sold for Winllold It. killed four men there. In a column of A.voniiiit box of Mr. John Dinwiddio's very bitter words the paper says among Scott to W. O. Watts, of Kingsville, his mammoth peaches adorns our sanctum, many other things that: "Sam Itobin-so- n farm of 111) acres, situated on !ixs rivmiles east of Danville, for $1,500. or rather did unMI tho boys made a and tho crowd with him murdered er, six Danville Advocate. charge on them. Those who hnvo been four inenin cold blood nnd tried to mury Tho Somerset Fair begins to his faun say they never saw such a der another. Those who certify that it bo has, nor such flno specimens. and lasts till Friday. Low rates, a line crop as either are certiwas done in exhibition and splendid races aro somo I). Carpenter, 'ee'd., fying to what they know nothing about Tin: sale of John inducements, and if tho weather or if present, were a part of tho murder- of the which will is of the right variety they will draw imthollustonville and Middloburgpiketwo ous gang and should only bo given the mense crowds. miles from llustonvillo, will bo one of credit of trying to lie out of it. Hell is The average wheat ciop of tho Unit tho largest ever in that section. A large full of just such preachers as signed tho ed States is nearly one-thir- d of tho pro number of line cattle and a good lot of ceitillcate and their feet are sticking out tliiction of the world, it iu estimated nt the windows." Wo know nothing of mules and horses will bo sold and tbnt tblH venr's nroduction will reach llustonvillo National Rink nml of tho merits of tho case. Both sides ..,. !v Jfni (kM .iV)U IiuhIicIs. which will 50in thu KarineiH National at Stanford have been laid before our readers wlo utlniit of an oxportint; suiplu-- j of about ' l'J.'i.OW.OOO biwliolH. can judge for themselves. . w ill go to the highest bidder. lib'orge PL'KLIC SALE OF ......... 1 PERSONAL PROPERTY I dia-mii- A adminUlratrix of John D Carpenter, detent-- ' od, I Will on pi ltfm ft1 ff'Jfl I Ti if ft " THURSDAY, SEPT. 27th, 1888, Sell to the huhcM bidder the f 3 low in.: property, at the farm of the de. cased, on the Ilinmnville .V Middlcburs pile, mill it from lluitunvillc Oar-Kans- I 1 f. 1 ... v ... ... u, j t. jo he.id of 1,400 pnund tattle, 30 held of t.joo pound cattle, 30 hind of jnirlinc; Miir.aml heif er, ao cowl and cale.,7oSr'H.d i!i.ire. 3 yoar lhu hmv colt., 3 .j,'ed work mare mulct, pound hog mare milieu, 150 .1 lot of ho.it, 40 head of rwci hred to Somli-dow- n .ere. of millet, buck, jo acre of rorn 30 ton of lui) , 784 luhc! of hi it, j shares of lliistonville National Hank sto'.k, 30 hurc of, stock in the Fanners National ll.ink ol Stanford. AIo fanning implement, and household ami Kitcncii iiirniture. Terms made known on day of sale. MKS. M. W. CAHI'KNTER, Admx John 1). Carpenter, D1V1I. 11 not rented before, will o'l that day rent the "I.ee Karin," contain 334 airmot Xo. blue i'ar-old 1 WAI1L1 ZA.TER, and FTJjSTITTJUE. ALWAYS ON HAND. COMPLETEISTOCK K'ravs laud jS t it B. K. WEAKENS PUBILsK'C SaML.F.3 At executnrs of Sanifonl I nviti, dee'd, we will sell at hU late residence on thj .Stand rd & Dan-Mil- e l'Ike, inidtt ay bi'twceu the two towns, ON THURSDAY, heifers, 5 SEPT. 20, 1888, 35 NEW! NEW! NEW A CARDjrO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. I The following personal property: Seven a and 3 jcar-oli- ) fat steers, 4 hleh grade uradchOEs. 7S luuh urude sheep. I marc mules, 1 family horse, a hortet, tine ones, 1 fine )carllng filly, 1 fine combined mare and colt, 1 brcod mare I barouche and 1 1 hl'h Kradecou sand calves, high j. y, harness, bu;t;y nml harness, 1 sprni); witon and harncs, waeon aril harness, 1 whear drill, harrow, plows, liaretinc machine, c, ,Vc 16 acres of corn ill held and j stacks of new hay. Terms made known on day of sale 53-- td Mo Of 25IMMEH, Respectfully. R. ZIMMER, T L. I.U.LARU, MKS. L L. ERWI.V.Ip THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENITJOKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by Bakery, Restaurant and Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s They will keep constantly on hand everyCalifornia Fruit Store. thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. .1 - FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE Wholesale and Retail. - HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. inc to rooms: .V ACCORD- PLEASE OBSEHYB i THAT TURKISH RUSSIAN I1ATHS IN HOTKL, JffcW ples, Tan. to-da- e, ZoVSAV. cul . &$$Sv I0LACREAM fJTYZ r THIS x JWIlLXK STr gyiOM HEBRA's Pim M'ROBERTSSTAGG HAVF io8. s, prcparation.without ii.iiirv.r.ii.iiv.'N I. rmK. Livor-Molo- B. A FTCTIlJL ABdDiriC'MdEiMT -- OF Black-Hoad- boontho-,7athislatolioino- on A few applications will render the most stuluWnly red ekin soft, smooth and white. Viola Oroam is not a paint or nowdcrtocovcr defects, but a remedy to cure. It is superior to all other prepnrations, nnd is gimranteeu to Rive tatislaction. At drag gifts or mailed for 50 cents. Prepared by Sunburn and WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. Having secured the services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit tho eye. i?H!41 J G. C. BITTNICTt ' c CO., Tnr.i'no. OHIO. ForS.ilcnt A. It. Penny's, 'tanford, Ky. H . iAA rft -- i5'a 5323S3SSeSiHita2SZj ..-- s ; 7ffyfeyiW am in?; WjT"tniTrgiT " irtniiTrninim-fiiiawawaiOilW- ''-- ' - MUTABILITY. From low to high doth dissolution climb, And sink from high to low, Along a calc Of awful notes, whoo concord shall not fall; A nmsloftl but melancholy chime, Which they can bmr who meddle not with crime. Nor avarice, nor over anxlotn caru. Truth falls not; hut lieroutvvnnl fonns that bear The lonpfst ilnto do melt lite frosty rtmiv, Tlint In the rnornliiB whitened hill and plain, And is no more: drop llko the tower publlmo Of yesterday, which royally did wear. Ills crown of etuis hut could not o'en sustain Some casual nhout that broke tho silent air, Or the unimaginable touch of time. Wordsw orth. A PECULIAR BUGGY. One day bnlf a dozen years hgo ing down own train from Wlnulpos. lu the queen's dominium, to DnVotn. It vns n freight train of forty or fifty empty box cars with n red cab. o on tbe back end for the few KisMngers. The engineer was a wild, reckless fellow, who hod, I think, boondrink-ing- , and fcometinied ho spurted the train up to between lil:iO and ten inilM per hour. Tho timo table niKcit for only sit, but this dare devil insula It avcroso fully own. Ho didn't altogether forget tlitwo things which wero Iw bind and press forward, however, becauso once bctu ecu siding Jfo. i(5 and Oig Tortago bo happened to drop bis pipu out of his mouth whilo lie had his hcud out of the cab window and actually stopped at;d bucked that long (t a mile loo train for fully for it. Tho conductor and brakeuicn bung oil tin? tMn of tbo caboasu utid helped in tbo march. 1 put my hctul out of tho caboose window and looked too, picturing a great white meerschaum plpo lying on tho ground like a block of at foam, with Just a rich autumn amber tint on tho bowl. "When tbo conductor picked It up I noticed that it was clay and bad a stem two inches long. Tho engineer when ho took it admitted it wasn't worth much, but he said it was one that Billy Hlggins. of Q'Appelle, bod given him, nndbedidn'twaut to lose it. Ho started to tell bow Billy had happened to nuko him tbo present; but tho conductor Mid that he bad promised bis w Ifo to be homo curly that night and reckoned we had better shack along, Bo tbo engineer went forward and I was comtiirw-qiurten wo shacked. f I went luck and climbed up into tho "pilot house" of the cabooMi where I had secured u. teat by bribing ono of tho brjkemeu with a noxious cigar. This) gavo a lluu view of tbe country. You could sou llftwn miles to any points of t'10 compass of tho thirty-tw- o perhaps further. Tbe country tos as ilat as a congressional debate. It vra 'u the valley of tho Red River of tho North. A long lank mau with thiu balr and hollow cheeks ciinio nnd climbed up in the cupola with mo and helped me abuso tho scenery. Ho bad a wandering eyoand ubtrnctedair nnd said bo had lcen up to Winnipeg to soil somo real estate and was now, as ho expressed it, on his way back to God's country. Mot of tbo various articles of clotuiLg ho wow wero too largo for blm, though bocio wero too small. Ho indulged in great bites of dark, forbidding looking tobacco and hud a solemn, half dejected expression. "Colonel," ho bold, with an inilection which told that he addressed every man ho met by that title, "Colonel, what shall we do to pass away the time I 1 never play keerds with strangers on a train," he added with, it soemed to mo, unnecessary haste. I didn't know of anything to do, crrcept ubuse tho country. "I know what,"' ho went on; "let's each cne of us tell a story." "All right," I replied. "It'll a go then," be said; "what's your story "boutr "My story is about a man," I replied "who owned a cow that had only one born, and that wasn't much of a horn, you know. It's mostly about the cow," I added desperately, wondering what I could possibly tell about a cow that had only ouo boru and that not really all a horn should be. "Sounds first rate," he replied. "But two dollars 'n1 a half it'll be a thundering good story. Mine is only jess 'bout a feller that took his girl to a bbindig jess a scrub ev'ry day story. Blaze away with your cow yarn." "Couldn't think of it, sir, couldn't think of it for a moment. You go uheul first I want to hear all about tho feller who took his girl to the shindig." "Well," ho replied slowly, and I thought ho .joked even more column than before, "ull right I'll do It though I'm boiuewhat anxious to know about that cow, Which horn was it that was gone I No matter, though; I'll know when you tell it. The fellow I was speaking of cumo down to a littlo town where 1 useter live, in Aiinuesota, and started a iiewisaier. It was uu awful weak paper, and ho was a cussed fool. He was little, and bad red eyes, and wont around with his head up like a balky cow with a board over her fitco, aud ho didn't know nothing anyhow. Ho didn't know how to run a livo newspuper. I built a new hen hoiiMj ono that jess made the hcn3 opeu their mouths and cackle when they been it but ho never bald a word ubout it in his paper. Ho didn't seem to havo tho ability to discuss public questions liko lb s at all. "Well, one night th.-r- was a shindig out of town aboutu mile, at Old Man Mummer's placo. It was u big un thoy had tlnvo tiddlers and tho oran they borrowed from tho ilethodkt church. Of courso this 'ero Charlie Higgles that nw his name this 'ero editor of courso Cbarllo must go. Ho couldn't sco u hcu house, but ho could u shindig. He blowed about it in his jwj)cr beforehand, too, and called it a bop, which somo agin it, too, if he had only kuowtxl it. Well, ho went outi.omo sis or seven mills on OOpher perulrie, nnd got Old Hoss Perkins.' darter to tuko to this hop, as bo called it. 8ho wan't no caller, sickly jirvU-Jcrdic- they'd better go home. So ho hitched up, an' Old" Hoss darter put on her dry goods her wra an' fixln's an' went out an' got in tho buggy with Charlie. Still dark's the inside of a cow no moon for a month, an' tho stars all clouilort under. 'There's something wrong with this 'ero buggy,' says Old Hoss' girl. No, nuthln tho matter,' says Charlie, 'wo'ro Jess golu' up hill, that's all,' nn' then thoy both leaned for'ard to keep from follin' over back'nrds. "Tho girl still thought there wassomethln' out o' whack with the conveyance, an' said sho allowed sho'd havo to tie a tlatiron to her feet to kosp from gotn' out behind. 'Don't git accitod,' says Charlie, "wo'so jej goin' up old Dad Hawkins' hilL' So they kop' naggln' along, nnggiu' along, slow lilf , nn' Charlie let tho boss stop an' rest ev'ry llttls ways, 'cause ho Mid it must bo Kwcrful hard work to draw up such a steep hill. So they kep'pokln' 'loug, pokin' 'long', an' Chnrllo '1 jwed to git out an' walk if tho hill got much steeper. So they leaned for'ards, ou' part o' tho timo hung on to tho dashboard with their hands if they did strike a little hill, an' kcp'snallin' 'long, suallln' 'long,. A good deal of the time thoy stopped to let tho hoss catch his breath, it beiu' such a powerful loug hill, uu' then they'd sit there quiet as a pot o' paint, an' think. By an' by tho girl begun to git spunk'y. 'I've traveled this 'ere road before.' sbo said, 'an' I never men no such monstrous hilL' 'Oh, that's all right; that's nil right,' says Charlie, 'wero now goin' up old Pap Neil's hill.' 'Bit) where is tho holler between old Dad Haw kius' hill an' old Pup Neil's hilir says Jule-h- er naino was Julo. I 'low as how the road commissioners must a' filled it up an' made one long hill,' says Charlie. So they leaned for'ards ou' kep' moseyin' 'long slow, an' lettin' tbo hoss rest so ho wouldn't be all tired out when they got to tho top of the bill, an' still It was iLark as tho (initio of a infidel. Mebby half a nour they didn't say not bin', an' ihen says Charlie: 'Jul?,' says he, 'this does 'pear to bo n somewhat lengthy hill seems 'sif some atmospheric inllooence must 'a' lengthened it out' Tim's what ho said, atmospheric i'.ifloocnce. They poked a couple o' miles furder, all tho time easy on tbo hoss. Then bays Jule: 'We must be on tho wrong road,' s.iyshe. 'You cant fool cic, Mr. Higgles.' 'Mebbe wo be,' says Char lie, 'I rcckou wo might bear off to tho right.' 5o they jagged off to tbe right, an' went a mho, still up hilL Then they jagged to the left, still hilly. Then they jagged in all ' directions, and perty soon, after goin' straight i up a long, steep hill for two miles, they turned squar' 'round an' started back, but they btill had to hang en to the dash board to keep from fallln' out behind. 'Well, smitten Cnsari' yelled Charlie, 'if this ain't tbe blamedest country I ever got Into!' an' then ho hit the old boss a welt with the end of tbo lines. '1 reckon we'll git out o' this somehow, if wo kill a hosst' An' then they went teariu' round on that perairio with tho hoss 'Suf-fenon tho dead run and Charlie Washington!' howls Charlie, 'it's nil Hill, no matter where wo go, but I'll git out of it or bust" Then ho swung the line somo moroan'Julo hung onto t o dashboard an' They k?p' a goin' for had tho histories. pcrtty near a hour, Charlie gittm' madder 'n' madder nn' Julo mora historical. 'Bout then it begun to git a littlo light, an' Cbarllo happened to look at thj wheels. There to i each side of him, as ho hung onto tbo them hiud wheels was up, each like tho flywheel on a saw mill cugln?. ' Then ho stopped tho hoss an' wilted. Julo seen the wheels, too, but sho didn't wilt. 'We'll kinder keep this thing quiet,' says Cbarllo; 'we won't mention it to nobody , mum's the word.' 'Yes, wo will says Jule arisin'up an' climbin' out; 'yes, we'll keep it quiet, you low down, deceitful man. We'll huh it up, we will porhapsl Huul mo all over tbo perairio iu such a lookin' thing, will you, an' tell mo we're goin' up billl Good-by- , sir, our paths kinder sep'rate an' lay opart at this p'iml' an' sbo struck off ncrost the country ten miles for homo, an' left Charlie not loud but deep. Ho didn't know how to fix tho wheels, of course, so ho came into town with them as they was iu 'bout two Iioum, still tbinkin' quiet, but pow- erful deop down. I thought mebby he might see my henhouse when ho drove along down my btreet, but ho didn't." Fred IL Carruth iu New York Tribuno. n' dash-boarI Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve. The beit t.ilve In the world tor cuti, tmil.cs, sores, ulcer-- ., .Ut rheum, fever sorei, letter, chapped Hands, chilblains, corns and all tkln eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is iruarintced to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Trice 1,5 cents per box. For sale by A. R Penny, Stanford, Ky Is Consumption Incurable ? Kc.id the following ' Mr C It Morris, Newark, Ark., says "Was down with Abscess of the Lungs, an J friends and physicians pronounced me me an Incurable consumptive. Ileiran taking Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle and able to oxcrsec the work on my t win It Is the finest medicine cer made" Jesse Mlddlcwart, Decatur, Ohio, as. "Had It not been for Ut King's New Discovery for Consumption I would hue died of Lung Troubles Was given up by doctors. Am now Sample bottles free at In the lust of health ' A. K. Pennj's dri store a""-- . CmtU mi'dtclti s, Aycr'j Cherry Pectoral l In greater demand than over. No preparation for Throat and Lung Troubles Is so prompt In Its effects, so agreeablft to tho taste, and so widely known as this. It is tho family modi-cin- o in thousands of households. " I havo KttuVred for years front a bronchial trundle that, whenever I tako cold or urn exposed to incli'tnunt weather, shows It.soU by a sery annoying tickling sensation in tho throat and by dllUculty in breathing. I havo tried a great manv remedies, but none does so well as Ayer's Cherry l'cctornl which nlwavs gives prompt relief in returns of Ernest A. Ileplor, my old complaint.'1 Inspector of Public lloads, Parish Ter-r- e Bonne, La. " I consider Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a most Important remedy est of All Ao Bo F13 IDIRCrQ-Q-IST Sc JBWELEB,, DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &0. Phytlcians pretcnplioiit I accurately compounded. THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Kver brought to this market. I'ruci lower than the lowett. Watches, Clock and Jewelry He. paired on short notice and warranted. Electric Bitters. so well known apd so This remcdyls beco-ilpopular as to need no special mention All who haveucd Ulcctric Hitters sing the same song of praise A purer meJIcinodTei not exist and it Is guaranteed to do all that Is claimed Ulectrlc nitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Hoils, Salt Itheum and other affections caused by impure blood Will tcm and prevent us drive Malaria from the For cure of well as cure all Malarial Fevers Headache, Constipation and Indigest!6n try Klec-tri- e Hitters Kntire satisfaction gaurantecd or monev refunded Price 50c and i per bottle a A It Pennv's drugstore . ng I thlrtv years, and havo never known it to fail. It will relluve the most nnriou Directions of the throat and lungs, whether In children or adults." Mrs. f.millv, ninny times during the hnvo tested its curntlvn . For Home Use in my over, put Mo 0 MIGPKI'iT, Is Receiving His m Are you made miverable by Induction, Conti pation, Dinines., Lo of Appetite, Yellow Skint Shlloh's Vitalitcr It a poviiive cure McRoberts .V Sue?, Stanford, Ky ; Crow ,V Co , McKinney Ky j K W Jon. Crab Orchard, Ky Shilnli's Catarrh Remedy, n potitlve cure for Mcllob CatsrrS, Dyphtheriasnd Canker-Moutert A-- Stjg, Stanford, Ky ; Crjw .V Co., McKln-ne- y Ky ; E W Jones Crab Orchird, Ky Why will you couh when Shi oh's Cure will Price 10c, joe and Si. 00. give immediate relief McRoberts &Sta;,;, Stanford, Ky., Crw A Co. McKinney, Ky.; li W Jnne, Crab Orchard, Ky, h E. O. Edgurly, Council Bluils, Iowa. "Twenty years ngo I was troubled with a dlsraso of tho lungs. Doi'tont afforded mo no rollef and considered mv case hopeless. I then began to uso Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and, beforo I had finished ono bottle, found relief. I continuod to take this medicine until a euro was effected. I believe that Ayer's Cherry Pectoral saved my life." Samuel Griggs, Waukegau, III. " Six vears ago I contracted a sovere cold which settled on my lungs and soon developed all the alarming s) of Consumption. I had a cough, night sweats, bleeding of the lungs, pains In chest and sides, nnd was so prostrated as to bo confined to my bed most of tho time. After trying various prescriptions, without bcnetlti my physician finally determlued to olvo mo Avcr's Cherry Pectoral. I took It. nnd tho effect was magical. I seemed to rally from tho first dose of this medicine, and, after using only threo bottles, nm as well and sound as ever." Ilodney Johnsou, Springfield, 111. mt-to- MERCHANT TAILOR Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guarantood, SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Give him a Trial Mountain Xnd I Z.T7MBSK YARD! I have oo acrrt, more or les, nf Mountain, Coal I have purchased the lumber yinU of Me and Timber I. a lull that I will ..II at a bargain.un- I ' have a note rmimto rent lor a furniture and Oeore I) Wea1en.1n.il M llruic jn.1 will ipen dertaking, hardware or tinner's ntvbllvhment a bijc yard at the una purihate.t of .Mr Wcaren infurma-malulloidet lumber in Mnili and dratted, I will arry Thieate ifood for iday V rorliirlhrr C MK'I CA1.K a lame line at winjiw vathet. do.rt and hm at, write to Ilarbourville, Ky jg lilhi, potts and fie pi kt fence fxrmrrty ld by ( Mr. Wcaren. IIOtKKR i.iyr J Beauty Is desired and admired by nil. Among tho things which may best bo done to cntinnco personal beamy Is tho dally use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. No matter v.iiat tho color of tho hair, this preparation gives it a lus- -' tre aud pliancy that add greatly to IU charm. Should tho hair bo thiu, harsh, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, rnsrAHED ut Dr. J. C. Aycr li Co., Lowell, Mass. 8jM !)' jiiL..J.-.uu' EDWARD H. FOX. ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, 13A2CVILI.K, ICV. , C W. MfTi ALT 1 HAVt METOALF J5 HAYS AHYS. , . . irivkl, six bottles, ti. Ilaa moved to hit elegant new biiiUin; opp.nta the MwleUUe and it littler than ever prepared 10 'accommodate the public with tine puturet from tlifactun guaranteed. photograph to life me. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. IIARIinL-KVII.ljr.ii- l'INT.VIM.r,L To the Farmers of Lincoln and Garrard Counties- The Stanford Kuller Mills Company wantt your whole wheat crop of iSM, and will pay incath the not tell without lughett market price for it ! rirtt teeing Superintendent Potu at the Mill ot ' . in any C'Xirt in Kaatam K'ni. ky Ai y Ktaminati )it of land title .! frs. 1. nf timber, .'itjl and mineral lift It t .r r le. Inf'irmUKMi lumuhed on any point and tf retpondenca tolKiied. Will praituc mit apt.iitt zi C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, KV theundcrtignad JJ ' I J .",?...VU I'rat Manioru iioiiar .tiiut hTANtoKD. o dry.orturnluggray, Aycr's H.ilr Vigor tho will restoro color, bring out a now crowth, nnd render tbo old soft and shiny. For keeping tho scalp clean, tool, nnd healthy, there Is no bettor preparation in tho market. " I am freo to confess that a trial of Ayer's Hair Vigor has convinced mo that it is. a genuine article. Its uso has not only caused the balr ot my wife aud daughter to bo SNUKE& ALL THE LATEST SPRINC STYLE HATS LOYD & CO., I Well drilled to order and Pump firm .re factory priiot i r t 1. ) M MILTKl . at McKINNKV, KY. R. B. GEOGHEGAN'S, SUCCESSUK Medldnet. the famnut ''vrup 01 I'lg Kor ,nd toi!t vour pretcrlptloii prniiiptly and cur- . ll 1.. "- ...... - n.l In- tfrl tAur Stnle .HI..1 . w . refill ,i.M tine .. to . Artirlrt, Groceries Cbar. Toilet J A WIl.I.IAM.s Dr Lovd S. Co , McKinney l)ru. HII.T0INr.3c DAVIS llllM.vI. - j 10 M'MICHAEL, 511 THE HATTER, Abundant and Glossy, but It has given my rather stunted mustache a respectable length and appearance." It. Britton, Oakland, Ohio. "My hair was coming out (without any aislstanco from my wife, either). I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor, using only ono bottle, and I now have a tino a head of hair as any ono could wish for." It. T. Schmlttou, Dickson, Tonn. " I have used Ayer's ITair Vigor in my family for a number of years, and regard it as tho Iwst balr proparatlon I know of. It keeps tho scalp clean, tho hair soft and lively, and preserves tho original color. My wife has used It for a low time with most satisfactory results." Benjamin M. Johnson, M. I)., Thomas Hill, Mo. " Mv hair was becoming harsh and dry, but after using half a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor it grew black and glossy. I cannot express the Jov and srititudo I feel." Mabel C. Hardy, Delivun, 111. A 4TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. ditcouut of i per rent: will be given on all order tetit fur Halt with a copy of the above ad r ertiwment, mentumin; paper. . ucpinmcni, i.u aumu or willattenuio uururug night or da. In town the want of the tick, Have )ut peneu a new Men an t country f Clothm. Ilat.. Ian. II tt h k Shot., )rj (,li yi .... .f it, Noiimi an I imdv tir eric Alt" d'al-r- t in Coal Oauntrv pr lu a in e.hin- CMW at htjhett mrkt pr. l"me "c "e i COLLEGE all, and learn the advantage in trade i General Merchandise, ROW NI. K . t!u fr STANFORD FEMALE vTANKORtJ, KY A No. i AVaNhinton Co. Farm For Sale. I J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDENT. Kigbtecnth year beifin on S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MT. VKRXOX, K V. Office next door to Whitehead'! Drug Store. Special attention given to diteate of children 77-t- f; Monday, September 3, '88 Tt" rough Carefully telccled corpt of ten Iver instruction (.ood dltc pllne Hett method for circular hend by Rood tialchlHirt, ttholtan.l i.hurtliri audit adaited In all the tavunix grant and aratta sron Hat gout) hnuw, barn and lhar in KenlucL) outbuil.lini;. I'l.nty nf '.innj wattr and In a high ttata of i ultlva'ioit I or further paru. utari, I s PnWFIl II. tt nti'le, Kr addratt 1 he I'jim c.'Maiut M A re , tune ' in ' Sprmgriald and l'rr villa pikr, muct trom iK former and mile frnm Lananmi Surr.uni. JLebanon Planing Mill, 1071. looa. Solving the Cheap I ood I'roblem. Five cent meals havo been often dreamed of, but ono that could he eaten has never been known, in this country at least. Everybody knows that there is enough good meat wasted iu Chiccgo every year to feed nil tho jicoplo that so often go hungry, but thu trouble is to uso it. When wecallednttcntioii to tho high prices prevailing the butchers ut once replied that tho trouble was everylnxly wanted steaks and none would uso the other pieces that were perfectly good, but not so easily cooked. i WOOD WALLACE, THE GEKTS' FURNISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS Crab Orchard, Ky. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. l specimen she could preceruto tho good p'inU of a hen hoaso as I'm as vbo could tco it. They got to tho old man's 'bout dark, jebs as tho head flddler was t.urnlug up. "Well, the ulght woro on, which leaiark I once read, and everything nsxs all O. K. Tho daucln" was hep up lively mi' ov'rybody had a good time. Churlie, tho f Her I'm 'bout, brought tho girl to tho blow out in ouo o' these Vro ono boss buggies th.t has powerful small wheels in front un' powerful big una behind. V ell, 'long 'bout midnight, mebby a littlo past, when i: wasdurk as a string o' black cats, 'Ixiut twelve, or mebbysomo pust, 1 don't Know exactly, somo o' tho boys went out to thU 'ero buggy, kinder, an' sorter walked uiound it, an' hefted it, un' tal.cd a little, an' said it looked liko rain, nn' sized up the buggy, an' by an' by borter somehow changed tho wheels on tho blamed thing put tho behind ones for'ard an' tho for'ard ones behiud, you see. The boys douo it, you know, for bort of a Joke, I reckon. Mebby thoy wanted to boo if n man what couldn't sou u henbouso would catch But II. M. Kinsley, tbo woll known restaurant mn, thinks Loseesa way iu which ho can himself and somo oor at tho same time. Such liecf ns ho iu his restaurant costs 3 cents a jouiid. An entiro carcass ca-t- s 8,' cents a pound all through. Buying by tho carcass instead of by tho loin lit) figures that ho can save tbo steaks and roasts for the restaurants, nnd then, vvlta pood cooking, nuiL'3 tho restof tbo meat 'jalutablc, and thus sell wholesomo food to tho .joor at a nominal cost. His scheme is to establish a largo kitchen in tbe poorer district of tho city, and bo says ho can furnish good soup and bread enough forfour for 'JOeeuU, andean feed u familyof ix for half a dollar. Nothing but tho best of material is to boused, nothing thut is left over 1 10m other meals, but tlmply meat that Is not bcrved in the restaurant. "Tbo bcbemo Is nota charitable one," said Mr. ivituley; "it is wholly und purely a business proposition, but if at tho same timo I can furnish good, cheap food to poor jieople, food that is fit for their children to eat, such as much that they now use is not, I think I will doing u good taiug at tho sumo time. Such a placo I will have running by winter." Chicago Herald. o u.-c1 Thefathiont of the day m the Rent' Kurniih. ing line will alway be found in my note. I am I Pine llratt and Strinj Hand III Attendance from ritKl'AUF.D BY agent tor the Indianapilit Steam Laundry, the July itt to September ut Rale greatly reduced A OIFl'l I. I'r .r : r I KIIWON beit Laundry in the world. k Dr. J. C. Ayer it Co., Lowell, Mats. J.' per day and $10 per wc-- and upward - C I I) r, Sold hv Drucelsts and rerfumers. ,rii, I r me- 3am;, Pate M THOMAS NliWMAN, Manasrr; I ra kei injj Mant! I r , Sij,r, N JAS C KINO, Hetldentbupt ; llaluiteri, ersn si re Ir n'- --- s vrj, I) II KDMISTON. Clerk KY. MT. VEIWON. 341 S Counters, In r n, V ,,'et I .tht, R nigh an , I)re I, in s Sendf rpi es lief jre i).iige'shere On account of hal health, I offer for tale my Hotel it still maintainThi old and MILLERSBURG furm containing J.ti acre farming l.in I, well iming fine reputation. Charge rcatonable. Speproved, nnd 70 acre timber land near by. Kor cial its traveling; public. attention to the II. P. KS I'KS. particulars adore. M. P. NKWCOMII, Prop., Lincoln county, Ky. Mt. Vernon, Ky. -CP. Slmmoni. Sl Louii, Prop'r A Modern Progressive School ! M. A. Simmon Liver Medicine. Kt'J 1?V ',n, ,hf. U'.s- Coutl 0ritAT J. LOUIS SOHLEGEL, H.eilln, Prop'r A. Q.SImmoni LivWhere your daughter wlll.bc lauuht h..vv tu beI haveoprned a Unck ard and now have 3 ooo er Heculator, Kst'd by Zellln come true women, a well a thoroughly invtruct to, will take contract brick ready for lie, or M. A. S. 1.. M ,.'. ... - . '. build them in wain Ikeepmv freih meat now Cured INDIOIITION. IIltlOUlNIl. in V.iuArtiLile ca lar an i can furnuhMioit, llcef ART & MUSIC. UYSrMIA,SlCK lIADACHK,I.Oiy LITERATURE, SCIENCE, V K RAMisKY and Mutton at nil tine UICIIWOND Ar."T,X,t Sovn Stomach, Htc. HKV C POPK. Premdent, " T H. Keamt, Paitor M. K. Addre.i Cnureh, Adami.Tenn., vrritei:"! or MRS S C TKUKIU'.ART, Photograph in all ityle and me. Picturei in inouiu navo oten dead but I.ady Principal or your Oenulne M. v. Slmj; India Ink, Crayon and Water Colon. New Mlllcriburis, Ky, moni Liver Medicine. I have inl'ramei and Mat at very towaprtces. WIRI tometlmes had to substitute fm . I frw' "Zeilln'i ttull" for your Medi CHICKEN ICevnti cine, but It don't answer tho purpose." 5l&x " uravet, Editor TA ! Ayer's Hair Vigor, FARM FOR SALE. NEWCOMB will-kno- HOTEL. Sa-.- 'i " 54-t- f FEMALE COLLEGE! THAT FIGHT Tho Original Wins. - brick: Sj-t- staud-! ' 1 PHOTOGRAPHER, KY. i, AFTER' Cholera Cure s i" JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, FRANK B. RILEY, CHEW I CAPT. PROPRIETOR. ,i TOBACCONET, R. S. MARTIK. Medicine, and have utcd half of iu i wuiKiiiHe a cnarm. want no better Liver Itcgulator and cer tauiiy no snore ot renin's) mixture X rrrlvf4 "'J. m l...r. v i' - Uorluj nn AHuhIuii Well. Tho mechanical operation of boring a well U exceedingly dlfllcult, and many of tbo a to obtain artesian water in tested districts are undoubtedly duo to tbe carelessness or ignorance of the well borers, or to tho of their tools. The American apparatus, most ot It patented and manufactured by various firms, seenw to combine strength and utility to a greater degree than tbo Europcuu machinery describe! iu text books. A completo well boring outfit can bo bad for fiom$400 to f (300; and sometimes farmers club together, buy au cuttlt, aud work it themselves, though it is alnays best to employ a trained well borer. Tho danger of breaking of dropping something In tho bore, or of checking the descent of tho pipe, 83 that a smaller boru must bo adopted, onto a buggy with its front r'ared up 'n tbo are dangers that only great skill can avoid. It ar llko a treadmill.of it inadu a owerful Wells that start out bravely with a boro of 'peared to bo built fifteen inches in diameter, often fail to strik6 funny lookln' buggy some like a builerlo high In front an' low water with moro than a six or eight inch behind. I never seen such a high should- bore. The flow at tho top U of courts dimered buggy beforo nor sinco. It looked 'sit it inished correspondingly. A ucll of uniform lzo throughout, piped with u tight casing, bad its for'ard feet up'n the manger reach-iso that the ascending water does not cscapo over into tho oat bin. "Well, tho night wore some more, till 1 Into tho surface strata, will deliver the o'clock, when Charlie, this 'ere youth what tuhxltuum amount possible. Charles II. thought be could ruu a paper, said be guessed Shlnu la Overland Monthly. fall-ureu' Thoroushly Renovated and Kefurniihed. Firit-claFare and Reasonable Price. Day and night Traini arc met by Polite Porten;"ot thu Popular f. Houie. 207-t- IIkodiik.vd, Kv JNO May, iSi;. M. fEFiKINl ICE, ICE, ICE! I will friend Albright .V Martin beg ta inform their man and cuttumeri of the chaiige in firm namt At Two Cent Per Pound ! of each week be paid at the clute Accounti muit or when cuttomer quiti. ao deliver to regular cuttomeri in Stanford and vicinity every morning MARTIN & PERKINS, R. E. BARROW. Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Choi-;ra- . It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery ol a renieay tnat positively cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial, h bottle is enough foi one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoioughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. sc-ce- nts two-third- The new firm hopei not only to nutaln the reputation of the old, but intends to make many improvement in the manufacture of tobacco which will be to the intcreit of our cutomer. We will devote ipecial attention to our Natural I.eat brand of Kentucky' belt leaf. Thanking you for put favors and aikinj for a continuation oi Reipectfully your trade, we remain, j.6m m. COMPANY IH givey, &ed oyW and J S&1 BBW table, MARTlNAPfeRKINS. h MY3EBS H0T3BL, STANFORD, KY E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. Thli old and well-kno- CREAM Xsii-ISWtlMf mMu&i l il UAMUJMnyfl i'. Hotel still maintains s For a!cby McKolerts Si Slags, Stanford. cd that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in LONDON, KY the State Iu itt pare, Appointment, or AttenGood turnout and laddlehonei alwayc for hire tion to his Guests. Baggage conveyed to and on reasonable term. London l the moil conven- from depot free of charge1 Special accommodaient point on the railroad to. rcich placet in the tions to Commercial Travelers. to in the mountain lection of the State. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. itt high reputation, and ill Proprietor It delermin. LEXINGTOU.KY tf"