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VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 24, d888. FOR SAX-E. Mv farm f 97V, "it the ManCul .. Mil. ! I l'lke.o miles from Minfxrd anil ill one nuU of McLormack t hiin.li Wil1 cll publicly TUESDAY, SEPT., 4, '88. the farm I well watered aiuf tinder Rivid fence and h is on It a mileitJid i third 1 a cnid , houe with fmir rooms .ml the outbuilding are I first cla At tin- ame time and tilirc 1 uill ell a lot nf mule. J.Mi:s lillVKK, 45-td Stanford, K. ELEOTJ ON NOTICE. the oter"of the l'urnerMlle Walnut Kl.it, Highland ami XX'auie.burj MugUterial Districts arc hereby notified that t an order uf the Court mid writ f election ixued by the clt'rk n'l said court in urutncv tlieret, 1 will a kherlff of said county upen .1 poll and hold uu election at the .inous otinj plicct in .aid dis. triclt o:i TUES1JAY, AUG., 7, 1888, I'or the purpinc of clettinga Justice of thi IVaco III eat.li of tiild districts i till ac.uii.ie c.iuttd by the l.nlnre of M. V Owen in (lie 'I unifrtille Dittrict to ijuallfy, the ren oal of Jnhu A. n, ol the Waynethunj Distnci.froin tin county, the removal ot li. C ol" the III;1iI.iihI District nnd Joint Aiuljif.jn, of the XX'alnut flat l!Ien under m" hand thi. litli d ty of July, 83. . T.I). NKWLAN1), td Sheriff ol Lincoln Co. Mountain Lands ! I hate 4 ioai.re, more or lets, nf Mountain, Coal and Timber Lalids that I will sell at a bargain I h.ueastore room to rent for a furniture and undertaking, hardware or tinner's establuhment Thetcare ifood for pidajs Kor further informa mation, write to C XV M El CALK 33 Harbours ille.Ky BRICK YARD ! I have opened a Ilrick Yard and now haic 18 000 brick ready for sale, or 1 will take contracts to build them In wallt I keep my fresh meats now in VanArsdale's ce'lar audcin furnish bhoat, lleef and Mutton ut all timet XX' K KA.M.KY LADIES & GENTLEMEN OK STANFORD. I keep a nice and neat little store on Lancaster street 1 keep CNerxthlnjf'nice and neat and so it jou jrtt hunirry or drx, this is the pl.Ke to buy If 1111 don't beliexe' me, call and tee Kcspectfullv, J T HARRIS LTTMBEH TTARDI I have purchased the lumber yards of Messrs. George I) Wearen and I M llruce and will open a bid ard at the one purchased of Mr. Wearen llesides lumber in rou;h and dressed, I will carry a ltre line of window sathet, doors and shingles, laths potts and the picket fence formerly sold by .Mr. Wearen. S (1 1IOCKKR To the Farmers of Lincoln and Garrard Counties- The Stanford Roller Mills Company wants your whole wheat crop of SS3, and will pay in cash the highest market price for it Do not sell without rirttseemir Superintendent Pottt at the .Mill, or theundertljned f I KOSTKIt, U Pres Stanford Roller Mills Co TAXES ! TAXES ! To The Voters of Lincoln County: The Tax It 3ok are now read f r ic' and I sun ready to receurt the taxes" Kxeryboi') will pleate come forward and p.t) earlx T I) S FAX LAND, S I C MILLERSBURG FEMALE ' COLLEGE ! A Modern Progressive School ! Where your ihuzhters will 'ie taught h w M become tine women, as well a. thoroughly instructed in LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. Addres- RK.V. C. POPE. President, or MRS. S. C TRUKHKART, 3; Lady Principal. Millersburg, Ky. K. S. VAKTIK O. M. fERKIM Prodiie xd, Kx' May, 1337. Albright .X: Martin beg to Inform their man; friends and customers of the change in firm name MARTIN & PERKINS, The new firm hopes not only to sustain the reputation of the old, but intends to make many Improvements in the manufacture uf tobacco which will be to the interest of our customers. We will desote special attention to our Natural Leal brands of Kentucky's best Ic if. Thanking you for put favors and asking for a continuation 01 your trade, we remain, Respectfully vours. MARTIN PERKINS. NO. 47 GOING IN THE WHOLESALE BUSINESS -tools. NO HUMBUG ! EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. I intend to leave the town about September 25th to embark iu the wholesale business in the West, and therefore offer my entire stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, Boot; Shoes, Furnishing Goods. Notions, Store Fixtures and Good Will for Salo. Any person or firm wishing to buy me out will have a splendid chance to go in a well established business with a good trade and profitable in every respect. lam CO IMPELLED TO SELL, and in order to lose no time I will from now on offer every article, no matter if Clothing, Dry Goods or Shoes, at and below original COST. On all Fall and Winter Goods, such as Suits, Overcoats, Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks, &c, 40 per cent, discount will be given. Such a chance to buy solid, fresh and stylish goods for almost a song may not occur again in years. Now is your time to make money. Every Dollar you invest with D. KLASS will pay you double and tripple. Do not delay; you might miss it, as the entire stock may be sold to one party, when it will be too late to regret. Come at once while you have got pick and choice. I am sure you will laugh when you hear present prices at the Mammoth Clothing and Dry Goods House of LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. M. T. Craft U llttini: tip a lnxv ollict? up Mains on of Miiiiuuul Sublimity A new family jjnxvry utoro lutx Itwii opviiisl by t'liris Jai'kMMi in tin- Thump-son building. A protmrttM niiTtiiij:. by Ui-v. Mi'ik'iiiiH.n Itaptiht minister, I i nt the .Methodixt ehiiroli. "joint' of the Imivh vMted the Swim colony Sundny. They keep it on ice over there; tint the colony, but the Ix'er. the yoiin folk attended chun b at liiver Mtniiuy. K. H. ilayden, of SpriiiKlleld, Mo., in hen- on husine.. Mr. Ilruxletoii and family, of Knoxville, Tenn., arectoppiiiK at Mi. Turns'. The deinoeraey of Ijinrul county aie rto,ucMed to meet at the court-house Saturday, Jttly'J.Mli, LM r. t., to 4lele(.iiteH to the Conisreotional Convention to be held at lanille, August Mb. .1. I.. Y.xkkn, Cliinn. When a man is calling on his jjirl and a roontcr in the back yard commences to crow with all liiMiiiglit atut 1:17 e. m., thcie in piin to Iki a, larye lemoenilie victory ritit mmh, or that in rrowiiu: for a nalury one. A paper in beiiiK circulated soliciting by Hiibscriptiotts money to macadamize, or rather to improc with coal slack, Main trcet. The anioiint hiillicicnt to lo the work ban, with the exception of a pinall sum, been donated ami work will MNHI bepll. The County Anti-Chinese Club held a meeting Satuiday, .Inly '2, nt the court-house. A omI crowd wan iu attendance, more names were enrolled, a rousing speech wan delivered by Hon. Joseph A. Craft and miioli was manifested. The present sherill'of this county is working bard for re-election, but his will be in vain, if eery democrat will do bis duty at next August election, l'.itriek Casey bus announced himself as it democratic candidate ami will net all the knights of labor votes. Tut will make a j;ood sheiill. I.et eveiybody vote for him. lie is a democrat, any way. . MT. VERNOrROCKCASfLE COUNTY. Tin' doctors of tlu'couiity have formed a medical association. Main A: Co.'hsIiow will exhibit heie to-day, a larj;e crowd already iu town. Sunday night, in ivtuinin fiom pleaching,. i ilillleultynitse between J no. Yroctor and John Tinker, iu which was fatally utabbed. The wounded man is alive at this xxiitint:, Monday morning, lie made a statement of the iiiliiir, which is about ns follows: 1'ioc tor was leturning from church with some young ladies; Pat Iter followed and desired the company of one of them, Miss Maggie Kcyuolds, to which she objected, saying whe didn't want that fool with her. Hot words passed between them; then Parker nhook his list in the young lady's nice. Proctor interferied and the waxed warmer, when blows were exchanged. Proctor used bis pocket knife, cutting a deep in Parker's' breastand twoin bis bowels. man will not likely live tluo' the day. Proctor surrendered and is under guaid. Proctor is the young man upon whose bead the doctors have twice performed tlio dillicult operation known removing each time a portion of the skull. Young Parker is the son of Pat Parker, who en mo here from Tennessee some vcurs since. DEATH'S DOINGS. Mr. Craig l.ynn, tme of the cleverest and most honorable men who eer lived iu this county, died at bis home near Halls tiup Friday niornini; at l o'clock, after a week's illness of typhoid tlux, in i bis "1st year. Proteasing icligiou when a mere boy, about "() years of Mr. Lynn's . life bad been spent in the ll.iptist church, of w hieh he had always liecit a most de- ' vout ami active member. As a neigh- I bor he was god and kind, always show- ing himself to be the superb gentleman I be was; as a husband he was infection- ate and title; as a father he was a father , in the whole sense of the word and as a fiiend he was sinceie and obliging. Nev- , er was he known to turua cold shoulder to any one, but iu bis frank and honest way be made scores of friends who will not noon forget the kindnesses they had received at the hands of "lrncle Craig," as be was familiarly called. iu all of his dealings and living a life which was u model one, Mr. Lynn had the pleasure of knowing that he had not an eiiemv in the wotld. He leaves a wife and three childien. His sons, Messrs. John (!. and James K. Lynn, are representative business men of this section, and his only daughter, who married Mr. A. C. Tucker, who died at Mr. I.viiu'm a few weeks ago, is known to be a most lovable Indy. she too is now vety low with the same dteail disease which so recently has lobbed her of husband, father aiifl child and her seven year old sou, who was the hist of -Mrs. 1 Tucker's family, died .Nttittday. Cntil these most betitt rending blows, so swiftly following each other, occurred, it wrs indeed a happy family and many a tear has been shed in sympathy for the le-niiiiniin: ones iu their sad bereavement. Mr. Lynn leaves an estate of some 51",-000 to jJ'.'O.(XX), after having supplied each of his children with a home His funeral was preached by Itev. It. It. Noel at the homestead, aturday morning, at 10 o'clock, and his remains were intoned in the family burying-ground on the l.ynn place immediately thereafter, iu the piosenco of a large number of friends. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. A couple of sows ami pigs for sale. II. K. P..iriow, Stanford. Mercer County Fair at Iltti rods-burg, Ky Tuesday, Atig. 11-17. A. T. Nuiinelley sold to I). N. a car-load of lambs at ? 1$ cents. Wild West .'"how nt the Mercer County Fair each day. Don't fail to attend. W.xxtkh To buy a jrood combined mine, a black or a bay preferred. Call at this ollice. oe the competitive lleef Cattle l'ingsat the Meicer County Fair, Aug. 1 itli. four days. $100 to ,l,u best hoid. Itunning and Trotting Knees each day at the Meicer County Fair. Don't forget the date, Aug. I...vi xstku CoiitT. A small cioxvd and business generally dull. About ','5 scrub cattle on the market. Prices for this class ranged front to A fexv horses ami unties xveie sold tit ordinary price. Monte Fox, of Itoyle, passed tluo Stanford Friday with a car-load of mules on bis way to Monticollo, where he will retail theiit. Ho bought them iu this and llrxvle countv, nt juices ranging from $100 to Sliit). The wheat eiop of Mercer county stti passes the fondest expectation of the fanner, both in yield and quality. It is estimated that the wheat crop xvill be about ,"50,000 bushels, The, com never looked more promising and a rain ten days hence will make the corn supi'ii.r to "that of IRS-'. The complaint mm heard from the fanner is "that they will have to mill down their bants and build greater,' to accommodate the gie.'it crop. Hat rodshurg 1 . J. II. Kotltil. this oilllltx, threshed bv machine measure last week ii'.o of wheat nil of I.', itcre of land, being ti fraction oxer 4 bushels per acre. On 17 acres he raised 1,1115 btisheN. an ; bushels Col. J. W. It tiest has shipped Ids line '.'-year-old, Heron, to Saratoga in cbaigeof Campttcll iV llankius. Ho has sex-end engagements there tun! will ptobahlv start iu the $40,-000 Futnritv stakes at'Conev Miuid tbi fall. Win. line -old for C. t. Pitman the very tine gelding, ltobert Adair. 4 years old; to Charles ltailev, Woodford county. for5")0. I Unville Advocate. DRIPPING SPRINGS. Wanted four or live mur.' hands for Dripping Springs, colored bovs preferred and those that have bad experience in dining room and who know how to keejt their mouths shut wuilc doing their xvork. Meet me at Stanford depot on arrixal of noon train from Crab On-hard. No shirks need apply. Abo good xx usher and ironor ami another assistant cook. D i vi xi i.iiti: i. Syrup of Figs U Natures' own truo laxative. It i the mojt ciuily taken, and tlio most remedy knoxvn to Cleanse tbo System when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Head-aches, Colds, and Fevers; to Giro Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. Manufactured only by tlio California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For sale bv It Potux tini'ir.l. Long-Standing Blood Di8onsos are cured by the porsovoringr use of Ayer's Snrsnparilln. This uiedicino Is an Alterative, and causes a radical chnngo iu tlio system. Tlio process, In somo cases, may not bo (jtiiio so rapid as In otliors ; but, with persistence, tlio result la certain, head these testimonials: "For two years 1 suffered from tt severe pain In my right side, and had other troubles caused by a torpid liver and dyspepsia. After several medicines a fair trial xvltliont a cure, I began to take Ayer's Karsanarilla. I wus greatly lKMielited by the llrst bottle, and after taking tixu lxittles I xxas completely cured." . John W, liensoii, 70 Lawrence st., Lowell, Mass. Last May a large carbiinelo broke out on my u rm". The usual remedies had no elTeet'aiul I xx'as confined to my bed for eight xxeeks. A friend Induced mo to try A.xer's SursapariUti. Less than tlireo bottles healed the sore. In all my experience with medicine, I never saw more Wonderful Results. Another marked effect of the use ot this medicine xvas the strengthening of my sight." Mrs. Carrie Adams, Holly Springs, Texas. ' I had n dry scaly humor for years, and sutTercd terribly ; and, as my brother and sister were tdmilarly atliicted, I presume the malady Is hereditary. Last winter, Dr. Tyrou, (of Feruandliia, Flu.,) leconmieiided mo to take Ayer's Satsapiitilla, and continue It for a year. For tlve mouths I took It daily. I not hail u blemish iion my body for tho last three months." T. K. Wiley, 14(J Chambers st., Now York City. Last fall and xvlnter I xvas troubled with a dull, heavy pain In my sldo. I did not notice it much at llrst, but It gradually grew until It became almost unbearable. During the latter part of this time, disorders of tho stomach and liver Increased my troubles'. I began taking Ayer's Sarsaparllhi, and, after faithfully continuing tho use of this medicine for some months, the pain disappeared mid 1 was completely cured." Mrs. Augusta A. Furbush, Haverhill. Mass. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, rilECAUKD I1V Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mast, l'rlco $1 ; tlx bottlca, 5. Worth 5 a bottle. POWDER Absolutely Pure. Tins powder never varies, .V imrel ol purity strength and hleinitnc Mire economical than the ordinary kinds and cinnot be sold in competition with the multitude if low te.t, hoM weulit alum or pho.plnte pov ier otd only in can ' K,ai llxkiNi. P iwiikk Co., I d6 XX all Street, New York Female (giiLjLgigi THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. Stml for Catalogue to J.T. PATTERSON.Pntsr. 1.101: P SURC.H ULN'ltsl. STSVfMMll, - - KtMOi.1, Office south ldc Mvi . twt)do"n a tv I-pot St. ! LOUIS SOHLEGEL. i PHOTOGRAPHER, KM 'll.NK.VU l-. Phot nrph tn ill tvle in t . Pi. tures in Indit Ink, Crijon til I XX iter Clr New de. ins in Km n x i I M i it wr I ,pnce. WOOD WALLACE, THE GEKTS' FURNISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. Thcfuhiont of the ilix in the Oent' inglinc will alwas he found in my tore. 1 am ajent tor the Indianip't s.evn , the i licit Laundry in the u .rlJ i 1. Mo PEMKY, rj XK.3,0 JX. ilJilAMA Jk 1 &c JEWELBE;, DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &C. Phytlciani precnj)tion arcuratelj compouniled. THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. ! Ker brought to thi market. Prices lower than the loweM. Watchei, Clocks and Jew elry Ite. paired on short notice and warranted. iiaiitjTC sjHsV a. 1f ivery, $eed and Sale Stable, SiM39P7sUss9HPlVHsssMis!HiKs W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KY , GoM turnouts and saddle horses always for hire on reasonable term. London is the iiDttconsen ient point on the railroad to reich places in the in the mountain section of the state 10 STANFORD, KY., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. This old and well-known Hotel still maintains its high reputation, and us Proprietor is determin. ed that it shall be second to no country Hotel in the State in It Kare, Appointments, or Attention to his (Jiiettt. Ilagjaje conveyed t and from depot free of charge' Special accommodations to Commercial Traeleri. ; II IIILTOS 1871. . R. DAMS. Hrx,T03sr&OAirxs IH- General Merchandise, ROWLAND. KY.. Hate jut opened a new stock of Men's and Do' Clothing, Ifatv Caps, Hoots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions and I amity Groceries Also dealers in Coal Countr produce fkcn in exchange for goods at htjhe.t market price Come one, c me all, and learn t! e aisantajes in trade 1888. Lebanon Planing Mill, sssssB HsssssssslL A OKU"! 1", Propriety, - LhltANO.V, KY. Doort, Sash, lllinds, r ramet, Casinc;, llase Mold ings Mantles, Ilrackets, Cornices, Stair., Newels, llaliisters. Verandas, Store Kronts, Shelving, Counters, Kloort,ir, Siding, Shingles, Laths, Rough and Dressed Lumber, Send for prices before buj ln elsew here. NOTICE t TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill 'in the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal In ituhty of flour, we. think the aniens ot the county should have county pride enough to patroniie and sustain ttje tame. VX'e wish to whom it may concern that we are in tho. market to buy your wheat and corn and will always give the highest market price for same. We hate added some new machinery to our corn meat department and can now make meal to auit ant-person. It cannot be equalled by any other mill in this vicinity We solicit a trial in our flour and meal department All having grain in our line for tale will please cill at the Mill, where our agent will he found at alt times, who will give the best prices for sime. llran ami thlpstuff Always ift.tpck W. N. POTTS. 351 If. jjgk Supt., Stanford Roller Mill Co V