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ii. 1 1, 1'wjyiii wL, n i ' " '.."I " ' " "uj ; hi m TTTT! ' ' . i. .. - lir' li'jivau y COIWCERW This is to notify you that I will leave Stanford about the 25th of September to embark in the wholesale business in the West. I am COMPELLED TO CLOSE OUT MY STOCK, On that account. Should you need any CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, SHOES or FURNISHING GOODS now or later on, it will pay you to borrow money to buy them now. Never in the history of Lincoln County were such BARGAINS offered as I am offering now. The goods muse be sold aod unless sold to one party, will be sacrificed at such prices that you will buy if you hear the figures. You lose-an opportunity of a life time. Come at once while the stock is yet in good shape. Every article will go; nothing reserve d and nothing will be charged during the final sale. Fall and winter goods at 40 per cent less than cost. D. KLASS, Stanford, Ky. Interior Journal WAYNESBURG. The general health of our community was never better than at present. No lux or fever, so far as I know, in this 'minediate neighborhood. The Sunday-School at this place is on a boom. Average for the three last Sundays, UK). Kvcrybody teems The finances of the school are in good condition. H. V. Freeman, the energetic life insurance agent for the People's Mutual, of Louisville, has been writing up policies for the boys for the last week past. Millard Padgett is at home ior a few days, winding up some land matters with Mr. .Mr. of Ohio. Our free school is in a nourishing condition. We have now a tencher, who is laboring to get our school on a still higher plane of instruction. Wo aro striving for a graded school for next winter, when all the younger teachers can qualify themselves better for teaching next season. The trustees are talking of adding another story to our school-house, with recitation looms, &c. The protracted meeting closed last Monday with 27 additions, 25 of them for baptism. The most of the preaching was done by Khler A. V. Sizeuiorv, of Louisville, who was room-mate with Elder J. T. lJarrett, our pastor, at the Louisville Seminary during last session. Bro. Sizemore is an able, earnest preacher. He labored faithfully for ten days and his labors were abundantly blessed. Elder Win. T. Reynolds is preaching n series of sermons down in the Gooch neighborhood, five miles southeast of this place, with good success. ISro. Hilly, as he is usually called, is a good, old- fashioned llaptiht preacher, and a fine reasoner on the scripture. Has 25 additions to date. The election passed oil' as quietly as a funeral; not n drop of red liquor to be had on the ground; not even a foul breath. This town used to average about 15 fights every election day when we had plenty of free u hisky, but since we have uo more whisky everybody comes up and cast their votcn and go home to their wives and children sober. We all feel grateful for the good local option has done, in our town, at Ieat. Whatever may be said of prohibition failing to prohibit in other towns, it always prohibits here. The reason of the failure elsewhere is in the failure of the officers of the law to execute it. Wo aro called on to chronicle the death of two more of our old neighbor. W. L. Singleton died last Monday night of consumption. He had been lingering for a long time between life and death. A few days before his death he confess-ed Jesus and was baptized and joined the Baptist church at this place. lie leaves a wife and two small children to mourn his loss. Polly Singleion died a few days sinco of the same dread disease, consumption. Her case was not so lingering as the other, but like all such cases, thoy are bound to go. She leaves a young child to be cared for by her parents, who are, I am sorry to say, in very bad condition financiallv to huvo toraiso the child. CuxTitAi. Xokmai. School and Bn.siness College, IMcastircvillc, Henry Co., Ky. in Fall hi'Knion opens lirst Tuewluy in Sept., A 8S; S2S.50 inyn table board, room lent and tuition for ten weeks. Private boat d ?2 per week; room rent COe per week. Business College equal to any in tbe State. Scbools of JIusic and Art tntijjbt by artists of Ability. and Type-writing taught by competent teacher. Tlnco hundred and twenty-five matriculates last year. We havo the school and at living prices. Send for catalogue. Address .1. 11. Se-crest, President. A The Kev. Geo. H.Thayer, of Hourbon, Ind. ay! "lloth myelf and wife owe oui live to Shiloh' Conuniption Curj. McRobert i Stajj Stanford, Ky.J Crow A- Co.. McKlnney, Ky.j K W. June Crab Orchard, Ky. IX" CRAB ORCHARD. I One of Mr. B. G. Cover's fine horses died Inst week. , Two hundred guests are now at Crab Orchard Springs. I Mrs. Stark Fish is teaching a class in music. , The Kentucky Slate Guards are expected at the C. 0. Springs the latter part of this month. The concert at the Springs i which the Mise Thixton took part, was said to be very fine and the large audience present gieatly enjoyed the entire per-' formance. Mr. and Mrs. M.Livingston returned from Louisville Sunday, but business called Mr. L. back to Cincinnati Monday and his wife accompanied him. They are expected at C. 0. Springs to-day (Thursday) where they have rooms engaged for the rest of the season. Their many friends join me in wishing that that their lives may be happy, prospet ous and long. Miss Maggie McKoberts, of Danville, is is the guest of Mrs. Marv Gamett. f Mrs. W. M. Higgins and Mr. W. If. Hig. gins, of Stanford, paid a shoit visit to Mrs. Kate Egbert and family. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Karris are attending the Kair. Miss liena Miller, of New Haven, in the guest of Miss Katie James. Mr. George Evans, of Kansas City, has been visiting his sister, Mrs. J. H. Hutching-,. Mrs. I'obeit Collier and Misses Annie Stuart and Kittie Douglass liuvo returned from a visit to friends in Danville. Miss Nellie Yantis, of Lancaster, is the guest of Mrs. J. L. Yantis. Mr. John S. Edmiston, of Birmingham , Ala., is visiting his parents. Miss Lelia Douglass, of Danville, is the guest of her sister, Mis- Kittie. HUBBLE. Bra Evans will preach here from Wednesday till Sunday night. G. P. Bright is freight rate agent for the Louisville Southern from Danville to Louisville. He can give good jates. John Blight shut a white crane a few days ago that was 52 inches from bill to toes and (50 from otic point of wing to the other point. John W. Britiht has watermelons that weigh 72 pounds. D. X. Prewitt bought J. J. Walker's hogs at 5 and 4 cents. He also bought some of Miv Broadilus, weighing lob pounds, at 51c. John W. Bright takes a lot of ewes from j D. X. Prewitt and gets the wool and ! ewes for the lambs from them for one season. H. L. Hubble bought a 2-year-old jack for iSOO. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The licit tatvc In the world lor cuU, hrul set, orci, ulcer, silt rheum, fever ore, tetter, chap, ped Hands, chillilaini, corn and all skin erup. tloni, and positively cure pile, or no pay It U guaranteed to (ive perfect mine) refunded, l'rice 1$ cent per box For .ale by A K. Penny, Stanford, K. Is Consumption Incurable ? Head the following Mr C II Morris, Newark, Ark , .ij "Wui doan with Atce of the Lung, and friend and pln.ician pronounced me tne an Incurable consumptive. Ilegan tak a log Dr. Kins' New I)icovery for Con.umptloii, am now on in) third bottle and able to ov cree the work on my farm It I the finct medicine ever inide " Jee Middleware Decatur, Ohio, it not been for Dr Kind's New DItcovery for Consumption I wauld have died of Lun Trouble Wa given up bj doctor Am now the best of health." Sample bottle free at R I'enn) ' drug store Electric Bitters. This remedy i becoming o well known and so popular us to need no special mention All who have ucd Klectrlc Hitters sing the stmesongof priUe A purer medicine does not exist and It is guaranteed to do all that is claimed Electric Hitter will cure all dUeaic of thel.lv er and will remove Pimples, IlolU, Salt Itheum and other affection cau.cd by Impure blood Will drive Malaria from the svstem and prevent a well as cure all Malarial Pevrr For cure of Headache, Constlp ition nnd Indlgetlon try Electric Hitter Kntire satisfaction gaurantced or monerrefundeJ Price 50c and $1 per bottle a II Penn's drugstore. , Why will you cough when Shi oh's Cure will give immediate relief t Price toe, 30c and J1.00., McRobet&.Stagj, Stanford, Ky., Crow it Co McKlnney, K).; E. W. Jones, Crab Orchard, K) XVStJLt Long-Standing Blood Diseases are cured by the persevoring use of Ayor'a Sorsaporilla. This medlclno Is an Alterative, and causes a radical change in the system. The process, In somo cases, may not bo quite so rapid iu in others ; but, with perilatcnce, tho result Is certain. Head these testimonials : "For two years I suffered from a severe pain In my rljjlit side, nnd had olliir troubles c.UHt'tl by a torpid liver and dyspepsia. After Kixlng several medicines .1 fair tri.sl without a cure, I to taku Aer's Siirsaiurllla. I was greatly hcnctlted lv the tlrst bottle, nml after taking live Ixrttles I was completely cured." John W. Hellion, 70 Lawrence st., Lowell, Mass. Last May a large carbuncle broke out on my arm. The usual remedies had no I'ltei t and 1 was contlned to my ImmI for eight weeks. A friend induced mo to try Acer's Sarsaparilla. Less than tlirou lmttles healed tlin sore. In all my experience with medicine, I never saw more Wonderful Results. Another marked effect of the use of this liieditiiie was the strengthening of mv Mght." Mrs. Currlo Adams, Holl' Springs, Texas. " I had n dry raly humor for years, and suffered terribly ; and, as mv brother and sister were similarly atlileted, I presume tho malady is hereditary. List winter, Dr. Tyron, (of Kernandina, l'ln,., ) recommended me to take Ayer's SursittiarlUj, and continue it for a year. For five months I took it daily. I have not had a lilemlsh upon mv body for the last three month." T. E. Wiley, lit! Chambers st., Now York City. " Last fall and winter I was troubled with a dull, heavy pain in ray side. I did not notice it much at tlrst, hut It gradually grew worse 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 Sarsaparilta, and, after faithfully continuing the use of this medicine for some months, tho pain disappeared and I was completely cured." Mrs. Augusta A. Furbush, Haverhill, Mass. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, rusrAUKD nr Dr. J. C. Ayer St Co., Lowell, Matt. Trice ft ; ilx bottle, $3. Worth J a bottle. No. 1 Washington Co.'S32T& 4&Wg$4!l8 Farm For Sale. i the Farm cntiiiM i4 .Wm, on t'le , Sprin;tield and l'err)ilie Lilki, ; iri ci from the LrdanneUi?oVr S..'nc'n arcUTS , lunpied to all the faiontc kmiii mi! rii imw n in Kentucky Ha. jo"d h mm; barn and other outbuilding. !lcn:v of atnr.i; water and inn luh iate if cultivation for further p irti ulirs, addre. F-. l'OWKI.I.. II i.tont'le. Kv C. A. B5HID1GT & CO., Well Drillers & ?unsp Adjusters, STANfOI u. ; WvlU drilled to and I'.mp. fjrm.hil factory price. 3- FOB SALS, My larniof97 aeun the Stanford S. Ptkc, 6 r.ulo fro.i atinfori nnd in one mile of McCormack ChiirJt Will keJLpuhlict) TUESDAY, SEPT., 4, 88. The farm l well watered an. under suod fence and ha on it a splendid n.hird 'I here t i too I hou.e with four room and the outbuilding are firt cla At the .arne time place I will rll lot of cattle and ntils J MKSJOVKR. 45lJ turturd, Kj 8 I -COMPANY fr J at I I CREAM 4 I f UBim 1 I lexington.ky: tin 1.KK K. HUFFMAN, SURC.KON DKNTIST, Stanford, - - Kcmtckv. Office outh tide Main, two door abate Depot St, EDWARD H. FOX, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, DAN'VlhLK, KV. Unmoved to hi elegant new building opposite the poioiln.e and ii better than ever prepared lo accommodate the nublic with fine picture from photograph to life ue. Satisfaction guaranteed. To the Farmers of Lincoln and Garrard Counties- The Stanford Roller Mills Company want, jour v hole when rrup ifiSrlS.and will pay Inia.h the highest market price fur it Do not sell without first teeing Superintendent 1'otts at the Mill or thf undersigned I" J KOsIHl, U l're Stanford lloller Mill. Co TAXES I TAXES ! To The Voters of Lincoln County: I The Tax Book aro now ready for liH and I , amrraayio receive in iaxe r.verjnouv ui tome forward and tuv earlv T D NEW LAND, S 1. C STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE STANFORD, KV ! J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDEHT. I I'jjlitecnlh ear ?cgin on Monday, September 3, '88 1 I Carefully telcctrd corp of tcacliem Thorough ' inntruction Good dl.cipline llmt method. 1 Send for circular 41 Kentu cky Centra I R.R. "lUal'JO GUAdS KOl'TK." THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE I-rim CENTRAL KENTUCKY load l)int FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI sciiKnui.K in i:k kc r may jo, ,m No ". No. South-Hound. Kx. Sun. ' Daily I.e Covinjtou.., I 6 jo a in 8 j p m1 2 to p in I. to Kalmoulh..., 10 oj a in 9 i p m 1 :9 p in I.e Cynthiana ., jit 05 a in iu 74 p m 4 jo p in Arr Pari 1 40 a m 10 cu 0 m' 5 10 n m Arr I.exinKtou... In 30 p m ii jo p in 6 10 p in I.ve Pari. '11 en a 111 10 cc n tn C t'o n m Arr Vincheter ii t p inm ? 11 m. 6 o : u m Arr Richmond... i 00 p.ml 4., 7 10 p m Arr I.ancaiter... 5 10 p ml 3 18 p m Arr Stanford 6 00 p ml ' 8 40 p m l.ve Richmond ., 03 p in' 1 . Arr I)erea 3 10 p in1 1 Arr Lexington.... $ 4? P hi No. 3. No. 1. No.$. l.ve Livingston... S on a in l.ve Uerea. 10 35 a in Arr Richmond. 11 4 J a in l.ve Stanford .. . I a m S J a in l.ve I.anciler 8 10 a in 5 45 a m Arr Richmond.. II 00 iiH 6 30 a 111 l.ve Richmond I 30 p in' 0 50 a in Arr Winchester .5 p nil 7 40 a in Arr Paris 3 5 p m 8 a am l.ve f.exlugton 3 00 p in I 7 35 a 111 1 00 d in l.ve Pant 3 40 p mi & 30 a in 3 50 p m l.ve Cynthiana , 4 o5 p in! 9 00 a in 4 30 p it ) l.ve Falmouth.. 4 51 p nil lo 03 a m 5 '5 V " , Arr Covington, 6 txi p 111! 1 35 a m 6 jo p m Arr On the Maysville llranch, No. 9 leaves Pari at " 3'jo, a m and No. 11, at 50, p in, arriving at " Maysville at 10 50, a m, and 740, n in, No. 10 " leave Mayiville at 6 00, a m, arriving at Pans at " 30, am. No. ii leave at 105 and arrive at Pari it 3 15, p m, Theie train are " diily except Sunday '" Nn, 31 leaves Covington at 8 30 a m, arrive at Falmouth at 10 30 a mj Sunday only. No. 31 . leave r'atinuuth at 1 10 nm.nrrive at Covimrmn " 6 30 p m; Sunday only No 15 leave .txitf , "" 7 is I' in. arrive iari jtin n ,o. s leaves Covington 5 ao p iu, arrive rah mouth t 90 ti I No 7 leiv e Kalmouth at 30 a m, arriv cs at ov. 1 initonat 7 (o a m. em vnrp1r",VEXC11!,TS5l!AY' I NO I h. trains 3 and 4are daily between Win. ' cept .,v, .,,,.,. ...,u x IH.IUIUII, uuiei oiner linB trains are uauy except rtunuay. riinVl?nhl!,,fn,,,,aM. "." i"1''"!".!"" Chesapeake & Ohio for Ml. Sterl u?, Ashland lloop Charlatan, W.Va. nnd Ka.tern cities ,, I AS I LINK -No 3 and 4 run via Winches. 7 er. Solid trains v., tl, Pullman Sleei.inBCars.be. tween Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Win. Chester and Washington. , Ihrough ticket and bagpge checked to any destination reached by a raifroad. vlu ,nvC,,li,M addrc,'Jn); aB;fnA?c,th.e Co' Traveu:n,a,.'ff'r i$& ntr .--. l'i. t r A.. Ki . ... .. !V. 7 ','",' "P..., V.V.. I mill,, (Jjy Lexington. Kv. Cov 1 Kv. .extngton, Ky. Covington, KV. Cincinnati via Winchester 11 35s Tin. , r .ifTii?11 Seleen ,ho ' commercial o. i a. daily e.cepi Sunday, leave Cincinnati ' n,'e! ,'h,Vih, R'v" " Chicago, and hence in; I.exinijton 335 p m; arrive Ml Sterling ,;V'n 1 ? . the "J?" ,confortable trains , m; Olive lljll 9 M u m, Polntjin South, or to the Weil and fjo. 5, daily, leavi Clifton Force at 7 00 a m ' ST1''! V" "' "i" on all Cliarle.ton ii 30 p m: arrive Ashland 540 ! m Th.i,non,lnafe'' ',he ''""''e'l Express Colnmbus 11 17 p m i .rr HPerb,,rollinS 'ock we employ give pvtrons 6 ,' A,hUnd , , , "i'f11! :?.mfr' ,.. , CVaaileston 1. i a m: Clifton Porge 7 36 p m vT.m"iCUp!n .H" 0mc' '" lh South P.llman Sleeping Car on all iKrough train., J" J,""! our time table and ticket. Say Mo- Old Dominion Steain.hip. leave Norlork "?i ,0 Ff ,'onon nd 'tick to M,on, if youwa Tttdy. Wedncsdw. Thur.day and Satur-, " money "e a p ea.in, j ,u . J. at o 30 p m ir .ew 1 orx. If c II TlvTlvvrnvr r t.. o. UNTINOTON, OeaOfflcea. Covington. Kentucky, elety A. Mo FENNY9 6c JEWELER. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &C. Physicians prescription accurately c impounded, THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Kver brought to thi market Price lower than the lowest. Watchei, Clock and Jewelry He. paired an tKorlMotuc and warranted K(o Co BICPIJilT, MERCHANTTAILOR Is Receiving His SPRING AND Goods Warranted and aPorfect fit ALL THE LATEST SPRING STYLE HATS - - AT It. B. GEOGHEGAFS, SUCCKSM1R IO M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, 611 4TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. A discount of in per rent wil Ikt civen on alt order. eiit dr Hal mtli a .oij of fie a ) nd vrrtiMMiicnt iiii'iitiiiuii pJpir . ir Chesapeake & Ohio ! PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINS- IE.A.ST To Washington, Richmond and Old Point Comfort. "WEST To Louisvllo and Cinoiinnatl Conncction;dircct for all points in the WEST NORTH - WEST AND SOUTH-WEST. "Tl O. 4. No ,r IN KFKKCTKOV 13, '87. Daily Dally Ex. Sun, l.ve Louisville 701pm A 50 a 111 1 ekiugton 1033 pm 11 So a m White Sulphur Sprinj. 3 10 a m Charlottiville VMJunct, 5 10 p m 11 40 p m Richmond. 9 00 p m 3 50 P m Newport New 10 3$ a in o 3$ P m vjiu 1-01111 womiori,,,,, ,,1 11 co a m 7 on p m Norfolk , ill 40 a m 7 40 p m Wahineton ,, 9 40 p 111 a 23 P "1 iik iTf ,11 5 I'm 11 3P m 1 1 1 Philadelphia 3 10 a ml 3 no a m New York 6 lo a ml 6 lo a 111 Lexington Diviiion Train run by Central lime Malll l.ln Train. r.r llimllnnlnn a.l vtaii I.. L... .. .. -;-. -. " "" "i time, wnicn t one hour fauer than Central MJDITIONAI. . daily ex. Sunday, leave Olive Hill 4:45 a in; Mt. 7 00 a miartvve i.exincton 8 1 a in: arriv e at 1 l', TlrVl. Mil., tnfnrmallnn. etc.. annlv J .r. - '..' ' ' ' icicei omce or aaurc tj w. c wickham, ii. v i JCCC1 C ft Oen'l Pa, Ag ' ,. J asniisy ..' A w xlHMIIHbiflKSfluBpHLL SUMMER GOODS. Guaranteod, Give him a Trial LUMBER YARD! 1 have purrha.ed the v irdi of M I) Weaien and I M llru. e and.will ope a bi ard at thf nie punha.ed "f Mr Mir-n llc.ide lumber in rut,'li and dieed, I ill . arry a large line of in I w 4the. door and thing!, lath., iKut and the pu krt fence formerly IJ by Mr Ucarei nir S t; IIOCKKR c W. MKT.ALr ) IM,s METOALP A: HAYfc. ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. liAKIUIlKMI IJandi'lN I:1M V,K Will praitiue In any lourt in Ivaitern Kenlu k) Knainination. c.f hnd title nude a.pedillr Any le trait "filml.tr. mil and mincnl land f r sale. Infiirmaii n tnrmshed on any point an J 1 r reipi'ndcncr .iliciteil j3i if THAT FIGHT Tho Original Wins. ..C;1'.-. ht Louis, Prop'r M.A.SIrnmons Liter Medicine, Kst'J tJ m,hr, U'.S ,CAu,t ""A" J II. eilln, Prop'r A.Q.hlmmon. ItepUtor, Ksfd by Zcilln tSi. M. A. S. I.. M, has for 47 sear cured Ikuiocstioii, IltLlois.Nts. l)rsrarsiA,SiCK IUadaciiiXos. A'riTiTi. Sour Stomach, Ktc ..t. . , iieams, i'astor.M, K CJuh, . Adams, Tnn writes "I iu. .nuuiu nave Been dead bat .-. juur uenuine .11. A. Sim. monil.lvcr. Medicine, t have tttm.' "Zellln's stuff for your Medl icmj, cine, but it don't answer the Z7 purpose." -Dr. J It. Graves, Editor Tk, ,r"ejveJ P:litce of yourLlier Medicine, and have used half of It. II works like a charm. I want no better I.lver IlcKulator and eer. talnly no more of Zellln'a raiature. A NEW FAST MAIL Ltavinj lloth LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Daily, Secure to Travelers, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE ."! ' aue"Z" A.r.1, Chicio. t City Ticket Agents and " V,,,U O-ncers: mt;"".1 ' tl! ' "ve" outnlle, Ky m'Torkbnc, Vine u, st . Clnclnnili, Ohio n i J s J.