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5323S3SSeSiHita2SZj " ''-" ' ' 7ffyfeyiW am in?; WjT"tniTrgiT ..-; s - 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 I was coming 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, 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 train for fully (t a mile loo 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 wo shacked. 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 of tho thirty-two points of t'10 compass 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 un-blushingly, "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 was a shindig out of town aboutu mile, at Old Man Mummer's placo. It was u big un thoy had tlnvo 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 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 onto a buggy with its front r'ared up 'n tbo ar llko a treadmill. It inadu a owerful funny lookln' buggy of it 'peared to bo built some like a builerlo high In front an' low behind. I never seen such a high shouldered buggy beforo nor sinco. It looked 'sit it bad its for'ard feet up'n the manger over into tho oat bin. "Well, tho night wore some more, till 1 o'clock, when Charlie, this 'ere youth what thought be could ruu a paper, said be guessed 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-her 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 f urder, 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 J 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 on 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' had tho histories. They k?p' a goin' for 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 dash-board, them hiud wheels was up, I 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. 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. 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 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 1 doing u good taiug at tho sumo time. Such a placo I will have running by winter." Chicago Herald. Uorluj nn AHuhIuii Well. Tho mechanical operation of boring a well U exceedingly dlfllcult, and many of tbo fall-urea to obtain artesian water in tested districts are undoubtedly duo to tbe carelessness or ignorance of the well borers, or to tho in-efficiency 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, are dangers that only great skill can avoid. Wells that start out bravely with a boro of fifteen inches in diameter, often fail to strik6 water with moro than a six or eight inch bore. The flow at tho top U of courts diminished correspondingly. A ucll of uniform lzo throughout, piped with u tight casing, so that the ascending water does not cscapo Into tho surface strata, will deliver the tuhxltuum amount possible. Charles II. Shlnu la Overland Monthly. 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 In the lust of health ' Sample bottles free at A. K. Pennj's dri store Electric Bitters. This remcdyls so well known apd so popular 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 drive Malaria from the tcm and prevent us well as cure all Malarial Fevers For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigest!6n try Hitters Kntire satisfaction gaurantecd or monev refunded Price 50c and i per bottle a A It Pennv's drugstore . 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 CatsrrS, Dyphtheriasnd Canker-Mouth Mcllob ert A- Stjg, Stanford, Ky ; Crjw .V Co., Ky ; E W Jones Crab Orchird, Ky Why will you couh when Shi oh's Cure will give immediate relief Price 10c, joe and Si. 00. McRoberts &Sta;,;, Stanford, Ky., Crw A Co. McKinney, Ky.; li W Jnne, Crab Orchard, Ky, 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 tre aud pliancy that add greatly to IU charm. Should tho hair bo thiu, harsh, ' dry.orturnluggray, Aycr's H.ilr Vigor will restoro tho 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 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. Ayer's Hair Vigor, ritKl'AUF.D BY Dr. J. C. Ayer it Co., Lowell, Mats. Sold hv Drucelsts and rerfumers. FARM FOR SALE. On account of hal health, I offer for tale my furm containing J.ti acre farming l.in I, well improved, nnd 70 acre timber land near by. Kor particulars adore. II. P. KS I'KS. M-Kinney, Lincoln county, Ky. brick: I haveoprned a Unck ard and now have 3 ooo ' brick ready for lie, or 1 will take contract to, build them in wain Ikeepmv freih meat now in V.iuArtiLile ca lar an i can furnuhMioit, llcef , and Mutton at nil tine V K RAMisKY fm . AFTER' CHICKEN s Cholera Cure ! Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from 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 sc-cents bottle is enough foi one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed If, after using two-thirds 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. For a!cby McKolerts Si Slags, Stanford. est of All 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 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 my old complaint.'1 Ernest A. Ileplor, Inspector of Public lloads, Parish Ter-re Bonne, La. " I consider Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a most Important remedy For Home Use . I hnvo tested its curntlvn over, in my f.millv, ninny times during the put 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. 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. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, rnsrAHED ut Dr. J. C. Aycr li Co., Lowell, Mass. 8jM !)' irivkl, six bottles, ti. SNUKE& ALL THE LATEST SPRINC STYLE HATS R. B. GEOGHEGAN'S, SUCCESSUK 10 M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, 511 4TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. A ditcouut of i per rent: will be given on all order tetit fur Halt with a copy of the above ad ertiwment, mentumin; paper. S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MT. VKRXOX, K V. Office next door to Whitehead'! Drug Store. Special attention given to diteate of children i WOOD WALLACE, THE GEKTS' FURNISHER, l 513 4th St., Louisville. I Thefathiont of the day m the Rent' Kurniih. 1 ing line will alway be found in my note. I am I agent tor the Indianapilit Steam Laundry, the beit Laundry in the world. NEWCOMB HOTEL. MT. VEIWON. KY. Thi old and will-known Hotel it still maintaining its fine reputation. Charge rcatonable. Special attention to the traveling; public. M. P. NKWCOMII, Prop., Mt. Vernon, Ky. LOUIS SOHLEGEL, PHOTOGRAPHER, UICIIWOND - KY. Photograph in all ityle and me. Picturei in India Ink, Crayon and Water Colon. New inl'ramei and Mat at very towaprtces. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Thoroushly Renovated and Kefurniihed. Fare and Reasonable Price. Day and night Traini arc met by Polite Porten;"ot thu Popular Houie. ICE, ICE, ICE! I will deliver to regular cuttomeri in Stanford and vicinity every morning At Two Cent Per Pound ! Accounti muit be paid at the clute of each week or when cuttomer quiti. ao R. E. BARROW. givey, &ed and S&1 table, oyW J BBW W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KY Good turnout and laddlehonei alwayc for hire on reasonable term. London l the moil convenient point on the railroad to. rcich placet in the in the mountain lection of the State. to Ao Bo F13 DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &0. Phytlcians pretcnplioiit accurately compounded. I 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. Mo 0 MIGPKI'iT, MERCHANT TAILOR Is Receiving His SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guarantood, Give him a Trial I 13A2CVILI.K, ICV. I ' Ilaa moved to hit elegant new biiiUin; opp.nta . 1 the MwleUUe and it littler than ever prepared 10 , 'accommodate the public with tine puturet from photograph to life me. tlifactun guaranteed. . Mountain Xnd I I have oo acrrt, more or les, nf Mountain, Coal and Timber I. a lull that I will ..II at a bargain. I have a note rmimto rent lor a furniture and undertaking, hardware or tinner's ntvbllvhment Thieate ifood for iday rorliirlhrr write to C V MK'I CA1.K jg Ilarbourville, Ky EDWARD H. FOX. ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, , 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 lughett market price for it ! not tell without rirtt teeing Superintendent Potu at the Mill ot theundcrtignad I J .",?...VU JJ I'rat Manioru iioiiar .tiiut v-o LOYD & CO., McKINNKV, KY. Kor l)ru. Medldnet. the famnut ''vrup 01 I'lg ,nd toi!t vour pretcrlptloii prniiiptly and cur- .-.!.. .HI..1 . ll .. 1.. ...... n.l In tfrl tAur . Stnle . I refill ,i.M "- - - w - I Groceries tine Cbar. Toilet Artirlrt, .J.c . j to Lovd S. Co , McKinney Dr J A WIl.I.IAM.s . willattenuio uururug ucpinmcni, i.u aumu the want of the tick, night or da. In town or country f STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE ! vTANKORtJ, KY J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDENT. Kigbtecnth year beifin on Monday, September 3, '88 Carefully telccled corpt of ten Iver Tt" rough instruction (.ood dltc pllne Hett method hend for circular CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS Crab Orchard, Ky. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Pine llratt and Strinj Hand III Attendance from July itt to September ut Rale greatly reduced J.' per day and $10 per and upward THOMAS NliWMAN, Manasrr; JAS C KINO, Hetldentbupt ; 341 I) II KDMISTON. Clerk MILLERSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE! A Modern Progressive School ! Where your daughter wlll.bc lauuht h..vv tu become true women, a well a thoroughly invtruct LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. Addre.i HKV C POPK. Premdent, or MRS S C TKUKIU'.ART, j; I.ady Principal Mlllcriburis, Ky, CHEW TOBACCONET, R. S. MARTIK. JNO M. fEFiKINl IIkodiik.vd, Kv May, iSi;. Albright .V Martin beg ta inform their man friend and cuttumeri of the chaiige in firm namt MARTIN & PERKINS, 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 your trade, we remain, Reipectfully yoiiri, j.6m MARTlNAPfeRKINS. MY3EBS H0T3BL, STANFORD, KY E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. Thli old and well-known Hotel still maintains itt high reputation, and ill Proprietor It delermin. cd that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in the State Iu itt pare, Appointment, or Attention to his Guests. Baggage conveyed to and from depot free of charge1 Special accommodations to Commercial Travelers. Sc JBWELEB,, Z.T7MBSK YARD! I have purchased the lumber yinU of Me ' Oeore I) Wea1en.1n.il M llruic jn.1 will ipen a bijc yard at the una purihate.t of .Mr Wcaren lloidet lumber in Mnili and dratted, I will arry a lame line at winjiw vathet. do.rt and hm at, lilhi, potts and fie pi kt fence fxrmrrty ld by Mr. Wcaren. i.iyr ( IIOtKKR , C W. MfTi ALT 1 HAVt METOALF J5 HAYS AHYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. l'INT.VIM.r,L Will praituc in any C'Xirt in Kaatam K'ni. ky Ktaminati )it of land title mit apt.iitt Ai y .! frs. 1. nf timber, .'itjl and mineral lift It t .r ' le. Inf'irmUKMi lumuhed on any point and r . retpondenca tolKiied. zi tf C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, hTANtoKD. KV Well drilled to order and Pump firm .re at factory priiot i . I - ) M MILTKl r 1 t 1. HII.T0INr.3c DAVIS General Merchandise, ROW I. NI. K . Have )ut i peneu a new tt h k .f Men an t li yi Clothm. Ilat.. Ian. II .... Shot., )rj (, it, Noiimi an I imdv tir eric Alt" in Coal Oauntrv pr lu a t!u in fr CMW at htjhett mrkt pr. l"me "c "e all, and learn the advantage in trade i A No. i AVaNhinton Co. Farm For Sale. 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. I by Rood tialchlHirt, ttholtan.l i.hurtliri audit adaited In all the tavunix grant and aratta sron in KenlucL) Hat gout) hnuw, barn and lhar outbuil.lini;. I'l.nty nf '.innj wattr and In a high ttata of i ultlva'ioit I or further paru. utari, addratt I s PnWFIl II. tt nti'le, Kr 1071. looa. JLebanon Planing Mill, A OIFl'l I. I'r .r : r I KIIWON k I) r, I ,rii, I r me- C am;, Pate M " injj Mant! I ra kei I r -3 Sij,r, N , llaluiteri, ersn 'i si re Ir n'- s vrj, Counters, In r S n, V -,,'et I .tht, R nigh an , I)re I, in s Sendf rpi es lief jre i).iige'shere THAT FIGHT Tho Original Wins. CP. Slmmoni. Sl Louii, Prop'r M. A. Simmon Liver Medicine. Kt'J 1?V ',n, ,hf. U'.s- Coutl 0ritAT J. H.eilln, Prop'r A. Q.SImmoni Liver Heculator, Kst'd by Zellln i, M. A. S. 1.. M ,.'. ... .- . '. Cured INDIOIITION. IIltlOUlNIl. UYSrMIA,SlCK lIADACHK,I.Oiy Ar."T,X,t Sovn Stomach, Htc. i " T H. Keamt, Paitor M. K. Cnureh, Adami.Tenn., vrritei:"! i" inouiu navo oten dead but or your Oenulne M. v. Liver Medicine. I have WIRI tometlmes had to substitute I frw' "Zeilln'i ttull" for your Medi ICevnti cine, but It don't answer tho 5l&x purpose." "'J. " uravet, Editor TA I rrrlvf4 m l...r. v i' - Medicine, and have utcd half of iu i wuiKiiiHe a cnarm. X want no better Liver Itcgulator and cer tauiiy no snore ot renin's) mixture m. IH COMPANY h CREAM mMu&i il ISWtlMf UAMUJMnyfl LEXINGTOU.KY i'. tf"