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Qrin Wrrii v liiTrnmn Innnitni ULfTIl IILLllLI Mil LnlUnUvUnlulL K.C. WALTON, uuh. MunaRer StaNKOIU) Ky JUNK 1'2, 1888 ...i . . '. , Jg ' Published Every Tuesday and Friday. ?:. IM-Mt Viaw.lN jVOVlNC'K ft When iml -n i.,.il $U OO will I ,t iharK.il - L.&N. LOCAL TIME CAPD. a train tfoinK North . tj o inn ' .vjuin .' Win I nr train " South Nuiih l"Hm rrrlKliI Nurtli 6 30. m Son lli 55P, I hn latttr train ulo uny M.cr ikcaboieitcukuUicdon luriil.ird time. SoUr Il"""h""w '"''""" '"'"' , ! K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. . I rjiin rar KnvUntl ut jj J in anJ 7 in j k i. rclnrn at 6 i m mul ( 40 p m MEANS BUSINEuS. , Wsti iiks and jewelry repaired and j warrantctl. A. IC. I'enny. lli'ti Ki N' if it gets away with ixiiato and tobacco For sale by Mcltoberts A Magg. TiiKiH'sl jilace to buy drugs, patent medicines and toilet in tides is at A. It, I't nti)'s. Ili your schiMil books, ink, tablets. jwter, pencils and school supplies of all Kinds from A. H. Penny. I guarantee all watches and every ar- j It Ic of jewelry I sell to be just as rep re-' (tilled. A. K." Penny. SOMEWHAT PERSONAL Jot: K. I'oiii i vn attended the St. itinveiititm. J M. Vn.i.itM, rf Ml. Vernon, K .' un for the hop. Mivt lttuii. lti:ni has returned from ! Millersburg College. Mil. M. J. Stkki.k has gone to Mem- I i I1" IW7W i the eonnty clerk olllce. W. II. WKM.K.v.of KniiNm, is huxsnf. I. r several yeai Miss Adkii: II MM:;,of Hainslsliuig , is Msitllig the .MisMts Miuiiey, J l. Sw i.s is at his xst again, alter ,i tonliiieiiient with rheumatism. Mil. liwi. II in. tf Clark lounty, is Msiting Mi. P. P. .Niinnclley. Mu. .wii Mas. John M. Fostkii have taken nsnns nt the Myers Home. Miks M mu: Pit ki'.rr, of Shelbyville.is with Annie and IJIa Shanks. Mn. S. W. (ono and Mr. live, of Middlcbiirg, wciv in town jeMeidny. MlssHl.ll.K ChK, of Htistoiltillc, is Mting licr nixtcr, Mrs. H. H. Cotijutr. Miss M vrin: Hiiown, of Ijiiictihter. is with her sister, Mis. Hcirge II. Hluce. Mil. M Mils. W. F. I'u k nilefl rdity to visit lelatives in Ohio and Chi- .ICJ. Mrs. Ciim:ii Jo.vns, of Kansas City, ..mwd Saturday on a visit to her old me. Mk. Ci. rn. Ciii.km, Jit., of .Mer- ..l...ul.......!Itl.i..lii.t'ikf.ii'Allkli. "n,,n""" " '""' " ' T Helm. s I Mu. J. S. CooH.it, ..f Kansjis City, is' ,s,ung her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. C. A. ,. , , . Redd.Sr. I. Fu.K Siii'siv. of Oweiisboro, is siting his parents, .dr. and Mrs. P. I., iiipvin. Mrs. J.S. Hi xoi.irv, of Washington , iint, is witli heruiotlier, Mi. RcuIk'H I iigleman. MisAi.m IIumn.ii county ' iiautx.is visiting Misses Mttttio and 1 Maggie Owtdey. Misslm Pimwtn was .tilled lo her i....... ... i ... l.v the '..in .'... - - Mrs. J, S. McF.i.nov anil children, of Mt. Sterling, w'orc isitihg Mix. Ceo. II. ' llniee. ' MlSS fil'.ltTHl'Di: (ill HIV, of Columbia, arrived yesterday on a visit to her cons- In. MIms lliitnii s'linlliif Mm. S. C. Tin i:m:utT and Miss Mary Myers, of Millersburg College, arc j in " ft'w A,M'kH witl' wlr "rother, .Mr. S. S. Myers. Mm. llcartscll. of Mar- shall, Mo., is with them. )vn K. (i Milium, of .Manehctcr.stoii. . pel Wverhcic returning from tlie con- vfiuioi) t take in lb.' hon to-night, lit . is still boiling over with enthtisiiiMii over the work of the hodv in w hich he sat as i crnatc delegate. I .. .... . . . "V. ' "" " 'wM N, f ,'"." I .. u ,lliM '"""'t. returned from St. (lay. He is enthusiastic over the result J of the convention and is coulldent that the ticket and olatform adopted will i sweep the country. He was for Oray as a matter of policy, but he is for the Old I Roman now and alwavs. LOCAL LORE. x:w potatoes, cucunibeis and cabbages at S.S. Myers'. Hoi'sk, t miles on Crab Orchard pike for rent. T. It. Walton. i .. . "" TT ,' ; mm: oh l""' l lot. It.r further jiartieulars call on Mrs. Fannie Dunn. Fiti'iT J ots, Tin Kans ami Jelly Olass ! cs at A. A. Warren's Model (irocery. A xiccaiid UM'ful piesent given with ' every dollar's wtirth of goods at I). I Klass. ' .Mil. (iiiniii.i: Iiomn is lemodeliug the old Short house hi that its oldest friends no loiiuer recogiii.e it. Tin; Crab Oichard Springs have duccd their rates sotliat it will be almost ! as cheap to stay there its at home. See their'ligiires in another column. . , T,V" ," ., , ..r niius fell Saturdav night ami Sunday but not near eiioub for the J needs of vegetation. Die mercu.v.w Inch, on Satunlay was up 1.. iKI,iul fallen to r,o ychtenlay morning. Tin: .Mei iv Kachelom loiim on the uniinlisi hop they have ever given A iiuiiiIm'i of iMttiitifulbellesand liaudsome beaux from a are beh to take pint. Hsi. IKi.i.. - An iiiterestiiu: gaiiie will be plitytsl between the colored nine here ami the I Un villes Wednesday at II o'clock al their grounds ner the Pinning Mill. Ify.ni want toswag.Hi.ls.uine, go. Ad- ,inder of Hail.in Klliott at Jenkins pre- mission i:, eents. duct at tlie August ISyj, that I'iod the (Wy circuit court from Mon-. T.nmi. are those .liosed to s.tv Thnm. s.,..t i. ,.,MHt i,M.kliiL. ,:lll..'hy till. Stttirday, when the jury Hut wehitv itsideof bispieture s. ! ' hoi' .....abl.Mvi.lei.ee unit no is. , .,...,1,.. man who has seen him sayh he is the ' I image af our A. M. Felaud, Ivsq. A otiMMM, xot after Hillv chickens ami when he went to.hive liiiu , (),. (, MUw.tH ,,, .., lUt w ,m ,, ..... .. .. .. .. s'miii laid him out wild n well iiltvcte.i plst.d shot. We hear a gieat alsiut . , , ,. , , M .: ,f tt. ,. oyni. --.. in: lliitoiiillians eoiild not ague in ly regard to holding a fan ibis yeMr.sothcy pi agieci lo give us anoiiicr eniiiiee. me v Lincoln '.unity will loie hold its second annual fair and will endeavor to beat its gol tcconl ol a year. It will begin August - and last 1 hi ee days. , W i: have a hmg ami amusing letter from Hriglit Fencll telling of his .. ... :.. ......: IT..H .......I ..... i e..er.e...e o. pen. ..K.....i.. ...,, leaching lliciv, which we have had on account of space. Hriglit ' ! ",m,M ,,,'u"1 'V 15i". N'' !ls a wnU'r '""' when we nub is b us letter we have no doubt be will receive many proposals from the leading new spnj 'v. i',,,.M.nltif eonvciilion did not ad-1 journ till after J o'clock Thursday after-' . . .. t .". . Jncss of a hint her. - "t... I ..f WitsliItiL'toiH'iiter .out.iv, iswithlier inollici, Mrs. Ren- ifnglen.an. o, n Miss.in Wi:i.is.ind l.illie s n, who have Imvii visiting Miis Montie'' llaiiis, went home Saturday. Miss D.m.i.iv. of Somerset, has lien visiting the Misss i.astiueau and .1 ........ :i.. ..f i.. 1:. ......... Iv'i.llv ""' ' '" " ' M us. John . IIai.ukmin leluincil , """" ""' ,Nr J" ,"-, "' . , ,l, iiounccs the death of the noted Metho- ... . i:.,i(. ..f,..r j telling all about it, the '.i., ...:..:.,.. ,.... i. .. ., i ' with Miss Jean Huclianoii .. lioni I j j.ori,mK ticket mul the admirable plat- ille Saturday and is now at Crab n"( f(l,iu. We are always up with tlie news j .hard. , procession and will be in the van M....I. W. P.astiv, sec.cta.y of the,rinh, ,hiH llM.si,u.lltial election year of Uitirel lo.ii i ompaiiy, ion nnu '"" our Lord. Now is the time to siiltscnhe. ,. ... ., ,. been on a visit to his father, Mr. J. !.' "V'1' "lam"lli,J KiU,.s,M' l,al'W " , j(i(t.n Tuts is going to be a gala week in Cin- vey the ni.I news that ill C., son of Dr. , Mas T. I-:. Kun invalid children, cinnati. Over IDO,(KHl Knights of ""d Mrs. L. R. Yates, was killed by and ilallie Hopper, of eas will be there and the city will be, ing run over by the wheels of a hose Mile Texas are on a visit to their old I decked in licr Hncst array. The K. C. cart of the lire company, of which he J Ktntuckv home. I will sell round trip tickets from liere on was a nicinber. lie lived about l'J m..,.J m' Wii mid M. C. tlie III. N and 15, good to letuin till the ' hours, but never regained his Wearen of lAiulsville, mu hero to attend I HI, at!..SO. The grand parade will tlie hop Theirold friends .tie glad to ' cur on the l.'l and on that day tickets gicet them again will be sold at SMtt, good only for that M.1.Jo..N.S.Owsi.KV,J.t.,isbackf.oin,day. . the law school oi uuinoenaiui yiik Pulaski lair Company awarueit , . . , , ; tv at Lebanon, Ten... He will graduate I , in,jIlu ,)f H m (,,tal,.guc to the , ? 'I1 ' ;v'."l"'th..ng -ii, m,,"lrt '" their terr.blel !. live months ino.e. j,Nril ' , J,i.nx...Io1 ice over a ..,...,-, MU..LT. Harris Las been granled ,M.,.of 1IlMl.w. Tllis h I10l tll be won- "; v. I. nnfjMgncd sorrow. , pension for service in tlie Mexican war. u.r,(lll( .,. (,ur prices are always as f) ;;. " ";, V' l" '!- "' ' f ,f " " ,u " t II. , R. was in Capt. T. T. Oarrar.l's Co. K, ! ,mv as , , Work can be .1. audits 'fu -N"'"; (..vens, ho preceded her to the tomb ' eight ,th Kentucky regiment. execution the best that ,(MllJ ,.... , i m i i r.: ., y'ai, died at licr home m thiscountyl . . r, .-...., i iri t i .lilts. .Hi".. ' - i Kansas City, returning Horn a visit toj her father In Richmond, Va is the guest ) , of MIX. J. IL .illlli I ami other iriemis. ,". . ...n .- 1.,... ,,,,, ... . , sir ncju, new Ijpc IIIIO noe vti.i limns-i v jt ''he Fair will beheld September 11 She t (i ii:v. Orkiii.y, of the signal ser- and ",..... .1... ..!..,. i.i. r In. ii. tli'lt '. , ",l "'." "'"!"' ""'"" .,". . ... ii... tt riii, ini'i iiiiii iiii' iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiLiiiu ' is getting low, many volunteer stations which now receive weather reports will be discontinued after July 1, and asks , ..,... .MRS. W.SII. in i. .'.' the College, mil Misses Honey wood and Clyde lluirnian left Saturday for Uncus i..r tbev will leiiuilli for some time. MissLii.v McIvinxkv went down to Xkw lints and bonnet for hiiiiiiiht wear just received nt MrH. Kate Dttdder ar's. " IriuiK Vaknon's (t!iirtcrly court began yesterday with n) eases, only .S of wiiieh lu0"u'htt"' - . :'m sWiK( (ll y01. mvn j,iiei.,oiie Will- tcr A. Wood chain rake harvester, sec- ,.,..! i.,i,i.i Melcalf - Foster. H ur.'s Wki.i. will open on Thursday night with u moonlight hop.- A line ; will ! nd big time is guaranteed ( Rv.nim.vas will be all the ragu tliis .... i . , ,i . ...lev. until at bis death Ins estate is est - vcar. me iiicrciiinii who win iirsi lav i K "tocfc of then, w ill realize on id's , nVl(.tmunt. ( ." .. ! Ki.ss had prepared to decorate his , storo front with red bandamiH. but the Ltorm interfered and tlie concert had to In. held inside. I Owis.1 to the fact that the orchestra , will leave on the .W, train the nig lit of . u,u,,ui,..H.H.,1K, n.-K, ytwin,3 M II o'clock titt (iu to complete f lilt program I This is strictly business, Tin: I.ntkiuoiiJoiiixa'i.s, under Capt. J Flie II. Hansford, beat iirdayafterniKin 11 to 10, without plaving1 lho !iwt lialf of ,,, mh inninK. Tllt. boyM; (III llfl lllltt I'OHl ninvn jhiiiii nwnn i UHiial. ' ' - - will be furnished at ."schilling I ft Ziiiimer's handsome new restaurant to the "hopjiers" and visitors to-night at only ."0 cents, and will include ice cream, sherbet, strawberries, cake, fruit and lemonade. TiiuM ts C. Ham. will resume businefs , nt the I'nion Store, Howland, the last of this mouth, when he will "wakeup"th natives witli such a "terrible storm" of bargains that tlie "blast" will be heard! far and near. ' ' hub PHI n n comfortable spring- , lM,twt.t.u hcru ., .,.! vi( wm lwivp lim, R oV,m,k (.a(.h ,,, n.,Iirnll,Bnl , , .beafteinoon. ,,,m. ,. WV -, ,.t.nH or rollll(..trip il .,. . p'v1111,111ii.. Oti: fiicnd, S. I). reiresenting the nuiNcry of Snell i: Howland, St. Louis, is driving a rushiiit; business in this section and deserves thesiiecers he is making of his business. He makes a snecialtv of Keifcr's Hvbrid Pears. White MnjBira Umprrt and Ktge Oranges for Allen Hun and J. (i. Mont-hedging, and his pHces are very low. gomery. -' Let no church in the countv fail to Tin: trial of James T. Chaiuiian for the i 1..1 d.arge.l, standing .", for acquittal to ! lor manslaughter, with fro... two to JO "'r '."' ""b l " airen, i.. , .i. r....1 . I.b.l ....I '; lu I ..... . 1 . . r. . . . 1 1 Hieekiniiilge Mr. Hays defended, and Stone it Stone and Clark ec Adams iiroveeuted. The tiitil of James Piles for ' killing Hiowulow Cnibtree is -it for to- U Mll)! .,, j,, ,,. . tian eliunli. Tiiuextiiuiniiig tiial of Dinl: Fanner, Ja.k Terrv.Jin. Farmer, Jr.. JohnOitines and Un. I i ..i , f i ctry, charged with unlawful- confederating together .-.ml destrox ing i vat" piojieity, was held before Judge uivon Miltiniay. It was shown tliat they had torn down a poitionof ton house because it had lfccoiue notorious result lor lewd women and men who made it a common nuisiiiee. Judge Alcorn, their attorney, produced authorities to prove that under that stale of case they had a right to tear it down, if they could do so peiuiibly, but ....... . ' . the .1 u.lge held that it took ihicct pro. :: ofaclual unlawful coliuliitnti.m tin..-,, t ,.smblisb it a baw.lv house, so he held tl"'"' in S-'" each to the circuit court for destioying properly unlawfully a misdemeanor instead of tlie felony charged. DEATH'S DOINGS. The Covington Commonwealth au- noon, aged 1st years, Rom in 1'ulaski ,.,mtv, lie began life as a laborer at L'5 ,.(.i,tica day, but by indomitable energy and line business tact lie soon began to sunt for himself and to accumulate moil- , . . "!a," ,ll m .t0 7.- lk' Miss Hobbitt, n sister of Hon. Fontaine Fox Uobbitt, and for many years they lived at Crab Orchard, where Mr. James engaged in the mercantile and nthcrlins. finesses. His wife preceded him to the grave a year or more ago, and it is lllllc t)l;lt iTl'i'f nvcr ilontli liiiatuninl ,,, wn yXvm (. WU a (.on8if)ttnt Int.nib(,r of tm. Hal)tJht ,,,,.,, nd ni.wt iJiwiiil man in IiIh community, be- ing ever ready to assist those that he tliought were honestly striving to better their condition. Four children survive him and the public joins in lamenting his loss, which is its as well as theirs. The funeral was preached by ., , x itowHn ... .,, i,a,lt,t(.ilim.i, . - - - r 1 -- - .- Saturtlay afternoon, to a large audience of synipatliizing friends, who afterwards followed the remains to their last resting place on Cenieterv Hill A lengthy tribute to the deceased received from Mr. Hobbitt yesterday, which will nppenr in next issue. Program Of Co-operative Meeting of the Christian Church in Lincoln County, to be held at llusNmville, Saturday, Juno Ki, 1SSS: moisnixo sksmo.v. I. Introductory exercises, . Address of Welcome by Joseph Hal- lou. II. Response -John Hell Oibson. I. Christian (Jiving Wilson Hooch and Shackleford. .). Scriptural Plan of Missionary Work -William Stanley and Logan William". Dinner on the grounds. trTKIIXOON'. 1. llusiiiess meeting. '. Scriptural Relations Rctwccn Congregations of II. C trarrison, Jose ill Million and John Hell Uibsou. ::. The Gospel and the World J. 0. ""' J. t. MoxrooMrisv Pics j.,, u,:m.Y.,m,v, ''-- -' -A storm unprecedented in seventy and rain-fall swept over the Ct.per Mich- igan Peninsular at..rdav night. Hous- es were underiinned and in some cases wt.,,t avav; ami bridges were dest roved and miles of lencingand wood en sidewalks were washed awav. : A daring attempt at train mbbeiy and murder was made 1J uitkn cinnati the Cincinnati, on Indianapolis, s . ,, ,is and ... CI ica'..V I .. R "imrt . v . i- ter HI o 1 relay night, .lust alter leaving Delhi the baggage master, Jos. Zimmerman, noticed some men on the flot plntfunn of his ,ar, mid witli the expri'ss messenger. Jos. Ketchuin, start- ,.,ltowai.l the platform. The trespassers at once began tiring, a bullet striking Kctchiim in a vital spot, from the ellcct ol which he then next .lav. . tight en sued, but the train men succeeded in getting tlie would-be robbers, 4 in number, oil' the train. NKW A!tM'.nTIsKMr.XTs'. THE KIRKSVILLE STOCK FAIR sS.iU UION, KIKK.SVI1.I.K, KY WillliuKl tlicir .inniml Kiir at ihtir gr'nimN . miles from Kiiville on JULY 27 AND 28, 1888. i.ibtrnl nrcmiu m .in J goo J inatiaccmeiii n.ic ""ie'''"o(the su.ck Fair. .r ti IIo'M!,":' rsataloSts.in.i iiarnculAr addresN, J WAl.Kr.tt.Secnwr,. ' Klrl.v.llc, K a o LO o p- w X) i z p p o g P g 0 z Mft iiiiiimvi in ti it) iiiiniriiLiiit ..(),n old ice of 7:1. He lived a noble at l.'j,,VL.( ., .'i-and old age. i,as worked faithfullx' as a minister of ! tl. xspel for upwards of. vears. .' He was born in Stanford in INK. ami was nearly 20 years f age. The pa- pers contain high eulogies of his ter and tender wonls of comfort for the; ickci in rents, in. me taiier iivn i lit. Saturday night, at the ripe old age of !l'. was the oldest member of the tonville . Piesbyterian . church and a good true woman in every respect. Six .1.11.1..... .!..... l... If 1- u. I "'" .--... ... i . ....-, i-:........ i i i i, ii . .. ,.i, .. linn iv. ii. in veus, .uis.i I.'dwai. I Alcorn and Misses Helle and I l.cltie (livens, and although tbev were blessed with the love of a tender uiotl . . . ii it, . CoUcl'o Fiidtv to attend U wliat go..ls reasons can oe picsenieu mr inany years in excess of the tnuo i In. A- l wwr that when I tl.flr continuam'o here There are many y allotted to children, they yet give her reasonsand l.ey have been laid be-1 p will, reluctance though fully aware nane won, . m . he next one Mttte no Mu ilium v fore the pioerolllcial. , that she is better oil' in a laud that is ' be McMnncy. fairer than day. The funeral discourse was preached by Hev. J. A. Bogle, for long years her pastor, and then a lengthy procession of friends followed the remains to Hulliilo Spring Cemetery, where they vcre gently laid by thesideof those of her husband. After more than a year's illness of oiganic valvular disease of the heart, Mr. Ocorge James departed this life at his home at Crab Orchard, Friday, at 5? S. a C 13 i - s w s s Ui CO S. P3 C5 ! v o B o o D p in PLEASE OBSBBYE 111 AT i&& M'ROBERTSSTAGG -HAM a full Aai(MiriiMninKrar WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the eye. SPRING OPENING! WALL PAPERING OEGORftTIONS l"'rom loo lo to prr cent chr.ipcrth.in tver lulorc known in Coiitr.il Kcnliirkr Wlnilmv Simile to uit Jllcinnhlnutionuf .illl'.ir I.argetMKii'k M tclcctlro'ti it K (illlllOV"' l.irlor, Oan xillc, Ky I'ainU, OiN, V.iriiilic :iml I'.ilntcrt' Stipplict, Win.liiw (I,iih, lie PIANOS AND OHOANS for John thir.h - Cii ' Mntlc.il A. E. GIBBOJST3, DiS.WTrJUt.E, KY. "DIRlTGrGKEST DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &C. l'hUun prc.r.ptio i u iir'clj componnJci!. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Tver tiroitRlit I" thi market. Price Imtcr llinti lhelcwet. Wnt' I c. Cln Ij. and jrv. ilr lie . ' 14 U VII 'III ' lj UMIII V III Drill! IIIVII. BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! Surreys, Pha2toii3, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over ? Different styles and prices. Our grades, and includes 3oma of tb.2 trade. .Come and see our goods You will bo astonished O see such GEO. D. 'JATEAREINr, M&STG'K.. MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. SEW FURKITUKE STORE I MA'U ft W CTTM A vV , lH OF-, Will keep constantly onhiad a lir3 and select line of Furniture andJUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods can be bought in the cities. Give me a tvial and you will be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. GGFFIN5, GASKETS, ROBES. ,, ifj ..- J ;J.li i. -''' ""'-' L'-' '' ' ' I I.-.. WALL PAPIH, and FTHlTIT'Crit33. COMPLETE :STOC! 5c JEWELER, T5TI t -- "i i- f (rMrm"!1 lfi k(S?a?R.W stock consists largely of the better very be3t vehicles made for the Deforc making your selections. a stock in Stanford. ALWAYS ON .HAND. , i f "V"