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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888090401 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. THE LAUREL FAIR. GOD Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. d888. IS LOVE AN!) NOTHING NO. 59 -- ELSE Our Business Manager Selected as Judgo Riding Attends, In the Ladles' and Is Ring. I'llAWK TJIJn l.OUU. LKrncn from I.VIIKrKN'DKM-K- , T!iu Fourth Annual Kxhlhltlou of the Laurel County Fair, which ended Fridayo, was day hint, after three the eeli)sin mm hy far of the erieH. Thu grounds wero In pood alinpo nnd the largo amphitheatre, which had been ereeted hIiico last year, nttbrded the or '',000 people a oikI oortunlty to horae display of A No. nee a stock. There wan not n ring without coni)etltlon, iw in orrnrtiotuilly Horn nt fairo, and in Home oven the hluo-Knis- s there were nH many a l'J cutriert. The vn stock exhibited wan of the very rlety, fat and tine with now and then an extra thoroughbred. Then1 v;ere race every day and on Friday, the day the writer was prcHent, there were three. Two running races and a mule race. Hob Jacksou'H thoroughbred racer won the free for all and Mr. J. T. Adams' race; threoenlries old won the in each ring, the best - In .'1 winning. The races were both interesting and the free for all very exciting, It being neck and neck between the winner and the Mceniid-plnco hore. The purses and premiums were liberal, the association giving about $1,.VX) in piemiums. KuvU lent order was kept and everything workThe I'ntloii Cornet ed like clock-worHand, under the leadership of l'rof. Cliiesiuuii, furnished the music, which was one of the decided features of the Fair. The mcnders, with the exception of the professor, range in age between 1 nnd -- 1, but are all .ood and make music second to no country band in my knowledge. Mr. (ieorgcT. Farris was one of the HUccessfuls. He took the blue in nearly every ring lie entered. He is a general favorite with the ladies ami their sweet voices wete frequently heard saying 'tie it on Mr. Farris!" Instead of the red tie, or certificate, a red bandana whs iwd, which Is convincing that l.turel is for the Xohle Old They wete furnished by the clever Ilrm of Arnold k Funis, of Hast Born-Htnd- t. 1,-rllrnt-clas1 gkougko. haknks Kv., Au'. IKl, 18SS. bit Dkak I.vtkrior: Tliu Danville meet-I- n is "come and pone" and I hardly know what to write about It, beyond what has already appeared in the Advocate, which pave us friendly noticen,and, on thu whole, earned our gratitude for the Hplrit In which it criticised our services. The court-hous- e was fairly tilled the whole time, and, at times, crowded. At the cIokIiik meeting, Sunday night, ma- '- k. ny went away, failing to gut wiitM. I was hnprewed with this general fact, I to see did not put in tlio.w we ux pit-tan appearance; but u house full of strange faces greeted us night after night. We "re related, nearly or distantly, with half the county, and the abence of those wo hive so dearly, of course, touched us with a very keen disappointment. Wo could only sorrow for them, knowing how cruelly they had mistaken the character of our teachings. Had they given us acan-di- d hearing, we feel sure most of them would have been won over. As it was, we left, as we found them, "netted on thu lees" of their various isms, to await the blast of the trump that shall at last wake j 1 all. They doubtless think thevareright. So do we. Thus it goes, till the "day "hall declare nil things." I am impressed with another thing, which came out particularly in the Dan ville meeting; Pimply because Danville is thoheadiuartcis of orthodoxy and 'the fact would be moie glaringly apparent Iliere t lain elsculu're. .lust the same classes oppose us who opponed the dear Savior; Whose "gopel" we think we arc proclaiming. "The chief priests, scribes and elders of t lit people" were "gathered together" to resist us, being "grieved that we taught thu people" that "(!od is I.OVK and Nothing Klse. l'he publi cans and sinners drew near." That is the way they did 1SO0 years ago. I ought not to complain of that. I do not. The business manager was tendered a "The servant is not above his Master; judgshlp in the "graceful lady rider ring" nor the disciple above his I.OKD." The but declined, fearing that his knowledge old cry: "He is mad and hath a devil; of graceful equestriennes wasinsutlicieiit why hear ye Him?" I am also used to, to render a just decision, when there as m v Master was. "Have unv of the were so many pretty contestants. There Pharisees, or rulers of the people believ were six fair starters and a number of ed?" is also frequently put triumphantly judges had to be culled in to make a de-- 1 to me. So it was asked the Greatest of cision, so hard was it to decide which was all in olden time. the most graceful. Miss I.ovelnce Una!- - j On the whole, seeing t hat evenenemie.s ly won the blue, with Miss s'ctiles coin- - can bring no accusation of "evil doing" against the Troup- -, and that all oppro- ing in a good second. Took Hubble and Joel Walker, who! bium is against the doctrine, I take much were up for tlie purose of buying cot-- j comfort from the thought that exactly ton mules, and who, by the way, bought the same opposition of Satan, through of good ones at from the eitmt tUUi crtmt of religiousness in about two JnI to $100, weie amongthe judges. They .ludeii confronted the "I.OKD of Glory," tiro both good judges of stock aiid the as that which meets us wherever we go. consequence was there was iiocomplaint It must be, because the gospel preached of partiality heard, as is so frequent at nil is the same in all its main features with that which fell from the lipsof Him Who fairs. Mr. Joseph Owens, who has been cor-- , "spake as ne ver man spake" and so for the Intkiook J or its ai. od the devil's hatred! We all know how luu moved to Kuhourville and will no the best people can be ued by this arch-doube missed by some of our readers, tlend as his unconscious instruments. We have, however, engaged the services Witness Milton in that bo.ss lie of the of that thoroughly xsted newspaper ages Paradise Lost; or Calvin in sprcad-ma- ii and tine democrat, Mr. M. T. Craft, ing the awful heresy of a "limited atone-t- o write for us, and he will keep the I. menf," or Wesley in propagating that J's. readers posted on the doings in ami dreadful falsehood, that a man can he lost after being once saved. . Indeed, Sa- about lOiidon. A very pleasant enteitaliiinent was tan not only works through good men, given at the court-hous- e Friday evening! when they get "oil' the track," hut even by the ladies of London for the benefit delights to assume the garb of an "angel of the Iondoii Band. A good supper of light," when specially bent on mis- and splendid music, both instrumental chief. think ' "' ; l'"" and vH.nl. was the programme, which1 that. I "J"'1 1!(m1 ma" ,,0K ,h ,lev1 8 was enjoyed greatly. Tho prettiest young l ' ' V ; "'"V ladies (and London has lots of them), "" . I am onlv returning were selected as waiters, which added to often and often. tho enjoyment of the occasion, as wellas the compliment, ami now that the issue Is fairly made, and each Is saying In iuo they proved to be good appetisers. Tho capital stock of ifoO.OOO having que ( A nglice "you're another"), it is been previously subscribed, the share- tight to lut the Bible settle who is holders met Saturday afternoon and or- right. And I ask them this question; Whom ganized the First National Hank of Londoes tho devil treat the best; can you don, Ky., with Judges It. Boyd, Vincent Boreingand J. W. Alcorn and Messrs. hiiug the scriptural proof of your docfi uorgo (ilveus, C. D. Anderson, J. T trine being right, viz: that it is persecuBrown, Joseph Sampson, It. M. Jackson, ted? You know you cannot. I can. and M. T. Craft directors; V. Boreing, And by the same pintles who persecuted my dear LOUD before me the "chief president; It. M. Jackson, It. C. Ford, cashier. Although a pioneer priests; the scribes; the elders of the peostep in this direction here, the outlook ple." As your doctrine it "walks in from the start indicates that it will piove silver slippers" as Buuyaii hath it. It an einiiieiitlv successful vendue, Lon- brings lespectahlity in its train. Your don being the distiihuting and nearest ecclesiastical "rings" are like other rings, railroad point for a wide scope of coun- banded to crush all opposition. Let hut try rich in minerals and material wealth. Tho directors expect to get the bank in a Paul appear, not to say Mesus, and good running order hy the iiilddlenf next straightway Pharisee and Saducee commonth. bine to put him down; as "Pilate and K. C. W. Herod," hating each other like poison, "made friends" over n common persecuCi'ntimi, NoitMAi. School and Business College, Plcasurevillo, Henry Co., Ky. tion of tho "Christ of (iod." I preach no doctrine tliat, by any prob Fall session opens first Tuesday in Sept., board, room rent ability, can approach the Calvinlstiehoi 'JX..rn liiiva table KS! r of NilviUlmi only intended forafew, ,,.,,1 inltinn foVten Avwltn. Pihntiilimml were judicially passed s. nr week: room rent BOe oer uwlt. while the mass by an eternity of torture by, to illustrate Business College equal to any in the oii'o side of Uod's character. State. Schools of Music and Art taught I have never approached in impiety, Telegby artists of Ability. Short-hang the Arminiiin doctrine that the devil can taught by com raphy and petent tcacliCis. Inreo liuuuicd ami (snatch one of Christ's dear "bheep" "out twenty.five matriculates last year. Wo of His band, in spite of Him. Yet when J pivncli Ood is I.OVK And have the school and at living prices. catalogue. It. So- - Nothing Klse, these hostile camps, who Addiws f. Send for ilrlit oVr tluir issus like cat and do;. crest, President. i I'o-mai car-loaarous-respondi- make up their quarrels for the time, till they can combine to silence this "voice of one crying in the wilderness." I wisli I could only get dear, honest souls to see how "historv is repeating itself" in this matter, if pcradventure they might lie "delivered out of the snare of the devil," who are thus "led blind fold at his will," only for lack of sober second thought. Most people only look nt the outside fact that this thing is "everywhere spoken against," thinking that its proper condemnation. Whereas, if they would only read their Bibles, 'they would discover that this is the seal of Heaven on true doctrine, without which, indeed, no teaching can be like that of Jesus and IDs Apostles. We can never forget the loving way in which our sympathizers treated us in Danville. And I feel sure all who attended tho meeting hud a better God at its close than when it began. So many came with tears of joy and tender to tell us this that I cannot doubt the fact. This Is the chief delight that happy souls relinquish heathen gods wherever we go, and cleave to the "only true Ood. even Jesus Christ, Whom He hath sent." Tho "Ood of our Fathers" is often seen to be, at best, but a Hindoo deity, before whom the prostrate worshipper grovels in a "spirit of bondage again to fear." To help such ones to a better knowledge of the dear, Itoautifiil "God and Father of our LOUD Jesus Christ," and see them "clothed and in a right mind," instead of 'wandering among the tombs" of buried joys, "cutting themselves" with the sharp of a cruel theology this is a joy akin to Heaven; and so largely ours, of late, that we can gladly "bear all things" for the bweet compensating happiness it bring us. For the rest, Danville will always be n place where peculiar interest centres. It does not lose its old identity, as so many modern towns and cities do. It has never grown beyond easy recognition. Improved in many ways, the old landmarks remain as half a century ago. The old College campus and building; the president's house; the "First Church;" the Yonce mansion; the familiar residences on Broadway and 'Sri streets; the Biisscll mansion, standing guard at the head of Main street and the Rochester ditto at the foot; these and scores of other landmarks keep up the old Danville against hand-pressure DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. s W. W. Tompkins lias moved to tho lairimer property on Main street. John Masonheimer is in a had way. Never of very strong mind, he has weakened perceptibly for some months past, and now requires constant watching. Miss Keenan, of Cincinnati, and Mrs. A. S. Robertson, Jr., of this place, are to read selections from standard auMonthors at Caldwell College t, CLOTHING I FOR ONE WEEK ONLY! EXTRAORDINARY day. Kd Hutchinson, ofllarrod.sburg.and Phil Mason, of this place, had a light on Friday. I'd shot at Phil and Phil hit Kdniund under tho eye with a hatchet. Kd was arrested and sent to the workhouse for (50 days, and Phil got away; both negroes. A French-speaking Belgian family terror-stricke- n Hint-ston- named Squifllet, who have lived here for six years, will leave next week for their old home, Charleroi, Belgium. They have tried America long enough to feel satisfied that they are not much better oirhere than where they came from. A negro named Brown, about 11) years old, was jailed on Saturday for an assault on Mrs. Randolph, wife of Rev. J. C. Randolph, on Friday. He had been sent to Mr. Randolph's residence on an eriand, and seeing no one hut Mrs. Randolph thought she was alone, and threw his arms about her. An old colored woman in another part of the house came to the lady's assistance and the black scoundrel was driven off. Mr. I. A. Marks has returned from New York. Miss Mary Fisher is ting friends in Shelbyville. Dr. Fayette Dunlap will leave for New York Satur day and on the following Wednesday will sail for Kuropo, where he expects to remain 4 or months, the most of the time in Germany. His sister, Miss Mary Dunlap, will accompany him as far as New York on her way to Wesley College, near Boston. Mr. J. C. Cowan has opened a coal yard opposite the old Central House. Prof. A. B. Nelson lias returned from a trip to Canada. Mr. Scott McFerran, of Casey, is in town. Miss Belle Beard, a toucher at the I). it I). Institute, was recently married to Mr. King, of Lexington. Rotli are mutes. vi.-i' ' CUT WITH a MP WO. COMPELLED TO SELL OUT! The time to Leave Approaches Very-Fast. HERE IS A HUMMER Read and Digest For This Week Only at the following unheard of prices: I will close out lot No. 1: Men's fine Dress Suits, former prices $16, $18 and $22; this week your choice for $12 50. This lot comprises the very finest foreign and American worsted cork-scrediagonals. Lot 2: Men's extra fine Cassimere, Cheviots and fancy Worsted, full suits; former prices $12, $14, $16, $18; take your choice this week ODly for $10 in the entire lot. Lot 3: Fifty Business Suits in all the different styles, sacks, frocks, &c; former prices $10, $12, $13 50 and 15; take your choice this week only for $8. All Boys' and Children's Suits at same reduction. s of cost 300 pair Pants at price. Shirts, Hats, Dry Goods, Shoes, everything in these departments at prime cost. Cash only buys these Bargains. I must sell, and I need the money. Here is a chance for you to double your money, by calling without delay at the Mammoth Clothing and Dry Goods House of ! w 1 During tho last three months of the llscal year ending June !0, pensions were granted to 12,424 persons in Kentucky, tho amount paid being $:!70,714. all new comers. J ' j j i ''" ' t; livery street in the town has its "host of moving memories" to me, and brings back the scenes of live and forty years agone. Some of them I wish I could forget; and yet others I never want to fade from fond remembrance. The graves of my dead are in the quiet, well-kep- t cemetery, that has grown fearfully within my recollection; till the sleepers in dust almost outnumber the living who walk the streets and inhabit the houses. Our train was to have left at 1:"0 i m. It was delayed six hours, which threw us at Dixon at II o'clock at night. There we found our good "Yorick," faithful and due, wit li carriages, amply seating our pin ty of 8. Miss Belle Boot, John Woodcock, wife andson, with the Troupe made up the number. Six miles of drive through rain and darkness brought us to the church, whose lower windows blazed a cheerful welcome to the benighted travelers, type of the true House of God, whoso doors stand open night and day and welcome the wanderers as well as "pilgrims of thu night." Sister Kiln, at the parsonage, kept midnight vigil, with hotcoilbe, abundant feast and smiling welcome; as bright of face as if we had arrived at proper supper time. Wo violated all rules of hygiene; ate heartily at half past one; went immediately to bed; and slept, un chased of goggle-eyed dragons of dyspepsia, and unharmed hy demons of indigestion. Offended hygiea took no revenges on our tired party; smiled in sweet forgiveness, as one who could make allowances for wearied travelers, and waved a wand of absolution as wo sank to rest. Of how happy we are at "Yorick's" and how glad to get buck to this quiet nook, where of all places I know, the outer world and its roar are shut out most completely. Anon, if the LOUD will. Kver in Jesus, Ur.o. 0. I1.mi.vks. W t royal sva J two-third- POWDER Absolutely Pure. ' Thu powder never varies. A marvel ol purity strength and whIeomeness , More economical than the ordinary kind, and cannot be told in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in can, Kovxl IIakinh I'owdkr Co., 100 Wall Street, New York. A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST, KV. STANFORD, Otfice on Lancaster street, in room recently cated by Dr W. 11. Penny a. CHEW FOB. SALE. ledc NOTICE ! d, Typo-writin- ! j TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. My larm of 97 acres on the Stanford & Mil tile 1'ike, 6 miles from bUnfotd and ill one Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill fin mile of McCormacks Church. Will sell publicly the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal in quality of flour, we think the alliens ol the county should have county pride enough to patronize and sustain the same. We wish to InThe farm is well watered and under gixid fence form vs horn it may concern that we are In the, and li.i on it a splendid urclnrd. There is n good market to buy your wheat and corn and will give the highest market price for same. We house with four roomt and the outbuildings are At the same time and pl.ice I will sell have added some new machinery to our corn meal first class department and can now make meal to suit any Syrup of Figs a lot of cattle andnuiles. JAMKS C.OVKK, Stanford, Ky person. It cannot be equalled by any other mill 45-t- d is the Two miles South ot Stanford on Xcal'u Creek Is Naturo's own truo laxntivo. in this vicinity We solicit a trial in our flour and meal departmeut. All having grain in our line W, CIIAIG. most easily Ukon, and th most ofltctivo Address mc at Carlisle, Ky Lincoln, for sale will please call at the Mill, where our To agent will be found at all times, who will give the remedy known to Cloanso tho System Casey pest prices lor same, liran and shtpstuir always in stock. W. N. POTTS. when Bilious or Costlro; to dispel HeadSupt., Stanford Holler Mill Co Having lieeii authorued by Mr. C C ViinArs 351 tl. aches, Colds, and Fovors; to Cure Hublt-ut- d dale, proprietor of lliixttinv illc Roller Mills, nt his 1 lmvt1 oniMii'J u butcher lnp at Rowland in Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, ote. the Frrrill hunt lionvi nnd nin picparod to furnnh aelit for1 the purchase of wheat ill this section of on my old and THE FLORENCE the pub ic uith ill kinds ol units, fish and ys-- I country, cull with confidenceto see mc beforetried Manufactured only by tho California Fig ten 111 their siuum. A licri'tulurt? I wi'l omtni-- 1 friends of the f.irmilirf public en. cagiiii; their crops elsewhere. Having been in 110 ruiiiiuiii my u,igon de ivvrui intnt to my cusSyrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. tho trade about twenty years, I am familiar with tomers in Stanford an J 1c1mty I feci warranted, therefore, in the thebusincx. tf M. F. EI.KIN. For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. declaration lhat I will be able to laciliiute the I have bought the right to sell the Florence of your crops to the advantage of nil contransfer Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish cerned. An Elegant Substitute 3i J. U.CRKIJN. sill who may wish to save their clothes from the rubbing nnd tearing incident to the old process of For oils, salts, pills, nnd nil kinds of bitter, KtRKSVII.Li:, KY. washing. Take one and try it and be convinced. nauseous medicines, is tho very ngreeablo I'll not worry you about buying unless you arc fully satisfied a. to lis merits. liquid fruit romedy, Syrup of Figs. FOR MALES AND The undersigned have purchased the Florence l'u)lon I'.mbrcu, a resident of Stanford, Ky , WTMniug machine and after a thorough trial, we died on thu 4th day of May, iStM, K.nini; consul by loading Physicians.- - Manuor.iMc ust.Uc for distribution anion;; lushcirs. The take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, factured only by tho California Fig Syrup Net .colon opens August ij, I tl llnlriif di cedent had tlilcu idstcrs, Klixahcth, Mary and and withvut hesitation pronounce it a success in tinii thoiouuli. iin.liidiiw l.at.n. (Ircel. Gariimu. Ilollv. who luft this Lountv about the e.ir iSl?. every particular, doing all that is claimed for it: Company, San Frnneisco, Cal. UoiV,-V.lliWin Daugherty, j. W. Wallace, Dr. llourne, Klizubeth and Marv when last heard of were liv l"rneh nndWmV, ijt U IS Ina in this Stat and In that portion known as Mrs.S. 1. Salter, A. C. .Sine, Hill l'orkins, Lewis Ikxird For sale hy A. B. Penny, Stanford. Month t to to ou ' The I'urchusa." Dolly when lust heard of wasIn--a Duddorar, J. K. I.ynn, I.. I., Dawson, C. Vanoy, Tuition . Music per .Mjutk I i ot Mrs. Amanda Peak, George Peyton, Alex II0I11-clarwident of Kansm. Any person Iuviiir any Will yon differ wuli Dyspepula md I.Uer Com Instruments! a o formati-H- i C. C. Fields, Albert Camdtn,&im Raines, K. to tin present residence of thu ulnne Drawing par ilotith " o named pkilntt Shiloh's Yitatiier i guaranteed to euro r.untiinr por M nth mrtbsor their hrirs, will pltnlc write to i:. Harrow, A. M. I'clund and many others. ' Ky in., .it M inf'irtl, I.inc .!n Mil r hl'l r. run. i,..l. M.F. ELKIN. A Mr. you. McKobom A: Stent, Stanford ; Crow .V Co. K i -- I Ky Il.'.idrtua;ters at S.S.. Myers store. 4JOHN M HAIL, i:xi lit r. ,4 tl Y V TOBACCONET. FOR SAXjE. TUESDAY, SEPT., 4, 88. It House and 35 Acres Land NEW IIUTCIIER SHOP. the Farmers of West and Elsewhere. WASHING MACHINE ELLIOTT INSTITUTE! FEMALES. HEI US AYANTED. pr pr ,, MiKlmii yi Jo"?, Crl Orchard. ', K WM"fllWfffftflTHWHlHBSwfiii 't,!l'."9""L!ftobf!JMtMHUBi VT-fr-ftvf- r '?; iiihi"iWin I'llll llmi TV J"" , t;;?.. '??-t . - rrmnftu egJ?MiinirriTn fHiiiiiiniliiiiiininiMiftiiititiifc,iitt f J. P. Sandifer ami daughter went to Fon Sale. i!00 mountain Ewes, Caty Cincinnati Saturday. Mrs. W. O. tf ron fc Nunnelley. Senator Lewis Martin tlicl suddenly nnd Miss Nannie Sweeney went to JohnA. V. Carpenter sold to John nt Cyuthiann. Tuesday. hogs Ixmisvillo of Boyle, 70 head of Stanford", Ky., Feithmukr 4 1888 Sat- ston, Mrs. Iingtry sailed for Europe Pew Pecplcs, pastor of the Methoat 5 bents. urday, but 1'reddy did not go with her. Smith Bra, of Montgomery, sold dist church here, preached his farewell Cloit'-diCalifornia estimates Daily. Win, Bush, S7 head of 1,500 lb. cattle nt sermon to his Hock Sunday. He has b'iow n Clew na ami Thitrman majori W. P. WALTON. been here two years and is well liked by 5J to o cents. ty of ll'.OOO. his congregation and the people of Alexander, of Woodford, sold an foe Lan bur, killed Pen Walker in generally. of Bourbon, old steer to Betinlek, Tun Committee on Foreign Affairs, 6f Louisville Tl uri lay night, in u row nt n 1,450 lbs., for $100. All Ijiuciister is in mourning this chairwhich Gov. McCrcary is practically Bporting lionW. Levi Hubble's fine jack. Brignoli, morning over the sad news that the Louman, has reported a bill which gives the The total number of applications ic- president complete power to enforco by ceived at Washington for patents during took the premium in every ring he was isville base ball club had sold its crack pitcher, Chamberlain, to the St. shown in at Lexiugtnn. retaliation the rights which Canada de- the year was 10,177. W. II. Murphv bought of vaiious club. Now if they will send the balance nies our fishermen, and the peaceful setnt Hot Springs wreckA t all will tlement of which the Senate rejected. ed many buildings and drowned lit per- parties a large number of yearlings at ." of the chumps to the be rejoicing again. good ones. cents. They were extra Mr. Ilehnont, who is the nominal chair- sons, mostly negroes. The most interesting part of n circuit Win. laiyson has sold 25 Christmas man of the committee, has returned after Kd Chamberlain, the star pitcher of a prolonged absence, but does the fair the. Louisville club has been sold to the cattle to Mok'S Kahn at 0 cents, to be court is the last day of the term, "divistaken November 25th. Carlisle Mercu- ion" day. This is the day the lawyers thing in lotting Governor McCreary en- St. Louis Ilrowns for $4,500. divide up what money their clients may ry. gineer the bill and get all the credit oil tank at Cygnet, A A. B. Bowling A Son have sold in hapien to have. Every one got a fat for it. 0.. oxnloded. killinc S persons anil Fayette, Clark and othercounties, in the wad here last Saturday, but Sam Engle-maCourier-Journthinks that the wounding a number of others. The who, being u tender-fooiw shut last 15 days 1K30 head of breeding ewes George Wills was nccidentnlly struck negro, Jim Schooler, would be n "strongout. He will abandon the profession and for :J,70o" er" man than Wood Dunlap for the re- by a base ball bat while playing a game Observe the notice of the large sale try tobacco raising in the future. publicans to nominate for Congress. It at Pembroke, Ky., and killed. The dilliculty between Capt. Butler, of fine Jersey cattle to be sold nt W. K. "Mr. Crowley," said to be the most begins to look now that Wood will not SntcciiN Bmsficld's Horn; Exchange, Lexington, of the K. C, and the negro on the train SllkH, he nominated, but old man Ewell in- accomplished npo in the world, died at on the 20th. Slick HamllcH. the other day need not have hnpjcncd stead. Wood simply wanted to have New York. Ho was valued at $10,000. J. C. Bryan has just sohUor M0 the if the railroad company would provide The estate of the late Chas. Crocker, himself talked about and written about, A3TO came to his place a year separate conches for the whites and of the Southern stray steer that and he has succeeded well in both. Ev- second ago, after having complied with law on blacks. Ix't each color have its own car, erybody regards him as a good clever fel- Pacific Knilroad, is worth over $25,230,-00All. and see that there is no intrusion upon the subject. low, but at the same time looks on his threshed either. This ought to be satisfactory to James Tate, near Shawhan, Thatuas'Nnst is now employed by candidacy as a joke. the national democratic campaign cotn- - (K52J bushels of Fultz wheat from 15 acres the colored jieuple, and I know it would suit the whites. The first year in Minnesota under high initteo to furnish cartoons for democrat- - of measured land, 44 bushels per ncre. I am glad to state that Garrard ColParis Kentuckian. closed and the result is 11 ItUI'l'IC. license has just A fire broke out in a toy warehouse Fair gives an anim- lege, which opens its fall session next The Fern Creek highly satisfactory to temperance peoin Baltimore, which kijled 7 persons and al bannuet to nersons over 70 years of Tuesday, does so under the most flatterple. The number of saloons has fallen destroyed property to the ntnouut of nge. This year about 200 wit down to ing prospects. It is to Imj hoped ourpeo-pl- e from 8,1500 to l,ri7 and n decrease in the will give Prof. Skinner and his able $1,500,000. the feast, many over P0 and one i5. consumption of whisky is everywhere W. 15. Pettus, of Somerset, has been The record of the Western pork corps of teachers their solid supKrt and shown. The low groggeries have been of the packing shows that to date there has make the College what it should be, an closed and the business is under much appointed principal examiner Service at been a falling oirof IJOO.OOO head. Hogs ornament and pride to the town. If the police supervision. Under the Pension Ollice under the Civil better school fails now, then God help poor old will therefore likely behigherthis fall. old system the licenses paid SoO.000; $2,000 per year. Molasses-- , Sugar- Flour-IIar-und no Good Peter Anderson recently died in FinCaldwell it Johnson, of Boyle coun- Lancaster. She is a gone the saloons now with less than by will to the ty, have in the last few days lxmght in mistake. land and left his estate Tor Sale it is $1,100,000. R. will Marion and Washington counties 150 devil. Anderson's mother-in-laDRIPPING SPRINGS. The democratic committee in the 7th contest the will. head of feeding cattle at flj and 4 cent The Attorney General has agreed to per pound. Lebanon Enterprise. How little did I think when I told 3 district has decided that if by the loth of September there are no other announc an increase of $100 per annum in the sil II. N. Ware told !50 acres of the 10S about the little white ribbon Bow in " ed candidates for Congress, the Hon. W. ary of Cnpt. Thomas Bell, assistant Unit- - advertised in this paper to David Collier: your last isMiirthat such a FREBZERS C. P. Breckinridge shall be declared the ed States district attorney, would be raised in the same nbout $45. He still hns 80 on the East gale at 7 national and - paper. Now in order to give your oth- There are alnwly nominee of the pirty. If there nre side of the Crab Orchard pike, well imer candidates, then a primary election is private banks in Lexington, with a eapi-ttonville corresjondent another proof of which he aKo wants to sell. be held on that day to settle the nom- - tal of $.,27.1,000, and the cry is still they The heavy rainfall during the past my "versatile genius" and to warn him ination. It is safe to bet that there will come. The Phu'iiix National is to be e few days has proven very damaging to of the danger that besets a punsters Ice augurated in a few days. no primary election. the tobacco crop in Montgomery and path, I will narrate a little story: Twas l.imtn At a ball mtne at Lodi. Obio. Sun- - iiillll ,.,,.;.., ilmi ... lu. Imv......... In. a beautiful day in August while the . . . .w ... lUllilllLri .." in T. WALTON'S. ' .. l,,! struck lHEOIlly surviving soldier, WHO lOSt iv nn l... liilUi.lm it l.ir.1- - tv,.r l....,.l ..f 1...... rr.li.. .I.,.!-.-- .. imnnii? i?irl bo.': both arms and both legs in the war, will h,n(1 1,,0 oar ln,tantIy kUHllK hor. At . a1(, t,,e MVWl JtvTtlMa of tu, lll0llI1ll, .j have his pension increased to slOO. His j.,.,,,, ELEGANT GUICKN TEA ()wi18 .' tht. fuct tlmt the t0WII ,lL.- - fiower was wafted to us bv the gentle 0i Cllll.ht,p was fetruck by name is Benjamin Franklin and lie was hM oyn i . nml kH,0lK fw of m.imUi(1 a hv ,10 0 mit.ton. wimm f hvrtlf nccoIllIW'lH , a private in the .econd Minnesota LaNai-T. R. WALTON'S. official bulletin for the eer nniH.ait.il vesterdav nml no stock fllwlii.. naniiNi ik..oiis. Miss.-ry. He is the kind of a man pensions 24 hours ending nt 0 i t. September 2: was S0U1, except privately. No license Stoll, Ella Chinn, Alice Young, and were oriirinally intended for, but the New ca's 25; deaths 2; total number of bas lecn charged for several years and May Boreing, Mrs. Akers, Miss Payne, NICE CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS coffee coolers and bounty junipers now cases to date 250; total number of deaths this rather snap judgment will be moie Mr. J. 11. llcattchamp, Miss Dora Hackget away with most of the swag.. to date U4; under treatment 15I5. er, Mr. J. C. Anderson and his little sou. fully treateil in our next. T. R. WALTON'S. The totnl cot of the foreign mailser-T. C. Uobinson contributes to our Blvthe, I took a ramble over the motin- pre-- Tim Internal Revenue Bureau lias tains. Not a cloud olweured the horir.ou pared a statement which shows that the vice during the fiscal year was $4'J0,0t!7. citalogue of line vegetables two & enactment of laws by which whisky is The totnl number of pieces sent to for--i cabbage, measuring M inches in circum- jmii little did we hnairuio the terrible ca eign countries was S9,22t,9:M. II The total ference, and a beet something smaller t Mvt tonltii ilirit tvitu k.inn ttt i titbit mtr heavily taxed, has re luced its consumpT. R. WALTON'S ...'..' .llll IIIK Ml HIV wi.:.- - W..I..I...J i... . IIIIU steer. Mr. I'etibeii than a lf. In 1840 2.52 proof gallons number received was 7(J,t.,50,0o,3. I'.lll,.. ...:..: tion of cab- - spring and slopping under the grand Gabriel Marillo, while working on says Tom has f00 head of distilled liquonj were drunk per capi FOR SALE ! ta, flisunst 1.19 in 1SS7. On the other the streets in Uiihith, was struck in the hage that will average ns lnrge as the one heech trees to quench our thirst, some froI,ia hydrant sent fac0 ,l strea, of one made the fatal miftakc to oiler a hand the consumption of wines nndbeer Kiflywn Act. I I jnd, mo.iljr in ra, with '? and his false teeth knocked down his J. V. S. liidlev. Columbia. Tenn., pun. ul hou.e i H, milt. n Clb itliout a moment s tnouglit, ut has considerably increased. throat. Ho died from hemorrhage fol- - sold to Leonard, Gentry & Co., New Or- ter striking a dramatic attitude, I paral 1 R. WAI.HJ.V leans, 1(17 cotton mules for $20,000, to b JuixiK Cooi'Ei: has exploded iinother, lowing their temoval. yzed the who party rs well as myself by Tiie Louisville Southern now has a fed until 25th of December next. The the following soliloquy: I am so Smil bomb at Owingsville. He decides that FOR provisions of the charter of that connection with the Cincinnati South-tow- same party bought 129 sugar mules of ed and Slaughter-e- d by the Chinn mus the l nut Mld will Hl ih hoate at a If giving the Board of Couucilmen em and the E. T., V. & G. to Knoxville, Mr. Uidley which were shipped to Lou- ic of the Young ones that I have Ft WALTON tM.MtMl Aflltt. for which they power to grant license for the sale of Tenn., by which the trip is made from isiana on the 20th inst., Aking Pavnes all over liuuor there, repeal the local option law S:10 i. m to "rllO a. m. You can trv the paid $2:5,220. me nud I mil compelled to rot for a The sale of the effects of Craig Lynn, while under the P.eauch-aiii- p which has prevailed. The prohibition- - route Sept. 11 at half fare. trees nml How manv blacksmiths know that deceased, Saturday, was well attended beg Mie ists arc greatlv excited and a row and a Ander-soto fan they are paying $ .'.10 for every absolute nud the bidding, except on the farming me. "Til ta, Uro. rumpus is likely to ensue. try again but Fair prices when you strike siuii n "Poiul-erou$1 worth of horse shoe nails thev buv? iniplenients, was hyely, . repuoicaus 01 urn iuui o. ng.exs- - TI,,h h tho trut,)( whl.,jler tllcy know it ii'.iwi vii.i1ivr.il m.fl iit'f.rv thine (:l!ne nil blow, don't forget "Pap's" daughter , ... ,. l IVIllt.lV'l ....1. V . . ..jionai oisinci nave imieu joiiu 11. ir nr lint. Of ninrui it finiillt' fullj in. mi to the appraisement and many things takes tho Intkuioii JoriixAi. and so does son, of Barbourville, against Judge Hay, the fannerg am, teaiIlMer:! Th(J fact re. went over. 22 the man who says his wife is n contraol Mj. .sterling, but late oi .ueneiee. t mains that the tariff is 11(5 per cent. cattlo sold at f:5.74; cows and calves $2:5 ry that when he asked her to make Both nre mountain horses, with the pros Timer, in f.liflrmi rtf tl.n cfi.lri.l. fni- tl... to $:50; milk cows $19 to $2(5; brood mares for breakfast she always made ". . . " n . ... pect of a close race and chances in favor $0 to $110; 21 150 pound hogs at $8.50 a and it there hail been a long range of Day, who has the warm support of Cnjie Ilenelopen, in 179S, believe that piece; 7 Poland China shouts $5 to $7; cannon that would cany a bomb shell Taulbee, the mot popular man in the they have located it. The sloop had corn in Held $t.!55; oats, per hundred Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Oarts and Spring Wagons, from Paint Lick to Ilustonville you1 district. aboard, in addition to a large amount of bundles, $1.55, and hay $S per ordinary would have been blown up by an electho best assortment wo have ever had, embracing over The democratic committee of Tennes-- copper, considerable coin, which fact size stack. Stanford Roller Mill stock trie "E El y" which came from a "Pond" of $50 brought $40. long before this. Coming up the K. It. see has declined a proposition from tho makes the search interesting. AVork Abner II. Davis, beyesterday nil the com (Alcorn) warned prohibitionists for a joint debate LANCASTER.GARRARDCOUNTY. me that your Ilustonville punster was a tween the resnective eubernatorial can man, Knights of libor, at Mt. Vernon, I,ld- K I,as strong, influential Fat hogs are selling here at 5 cents regular buzz saw, but what should I care Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better didates on the ground that tho prohibi- tinit nnlinn ia nnt n nnlitii-n- l for a little Gale, even if it has a How, grades, and includes some of tho very best vehicles made Olio mill repUUUCail, lias JOlllCll tllO Hendricks per pound. for tho Circuit court has adjourned, nfter string attached to it, when I am the political campaign. League Club, and will vote the entiro ought not to enter a trade. Gome and see our goods before making your selections. democratic ticket. Mr. Davis refuses to disposing of a big lot of business. only man who was ever known to drink TiiEitK seems to be magic in the touch support (leu. Harrison, who, ho says, There is no improvement in Mrs. n Pond, with its big Es and nil, nt one You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. of President Cleveland An old negro, has nlwavs antagonized the interests of George Denny. Her family and friends time, but ns I, as well as the readers of with the laboring man and also objects to the are very anxious about her condition. who toddled up to shako hands the Interior Journal (no doubt) are alplatform of high taxes and free him while he was on his fishing trip in Harrison . Messrs. Ben Turner, Sterritt Turner; ready paralyzed, ho will certainly Ik? too whisky. Virginia last week, declares that tho Henry Ijuie, of generous to shoot any more arrows from Anderson Paiker and MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. "minnit his ban' fetched mine dat misBell county, are hero with a viewofbuy-in- g his how string, knowing that he will al ery in my hip lef." s EEI y. so paralizo that Garrard county land. Mr. W. K. Johnson, of Casey, obHcBpectfully and fraternally, Dr. James Kinnaird is smiling over license yesterday to marry Miss The treasurer of the United States, C. tained 1). G. Sl.At'(IIITEII. the ndvent of'his first born, which come N. Jordon, whose trim signature appears Florence, daughter of J. H. Minks. to him a few days since. It is ivgirl ami I'. S. A young lady once in tho far, One of our prettiest girls will leave on the greenbacks, estimates that lie has christened Angie. dim past told me that I was a very hand- -' signed his name many millions of times. us tho latter part of the month as the has been Mr. Alex IC. Denny has sold to Mess. some man, but that I looked best in the bride of a tasty gentleman from tho wild When ho was a bank president he sign1 Woodcock & Owens, of Boyle, 20 head of Dark, (see cut in last Interior.) She ed it 15,000 times one day and used up and wooly West. cattle, to be delivered from the lsttothe so told mo that I was "a very unsophisti- It is reported hereabouts that n CalSO pens in doing so. Sasli ...iiii.1 l.l.Il.i. IIIUII, lltlll llli III nil im.4lu(l.ll CD I!IIIU ...Ill illlll IIUl lit mi vuuiuiiiifornia minister is to coiuo after a Lin- 15th of November, at $1.90 per hunv. rs, cal." nro. Walton writes that as his JunnnTiiuiiMAN will speak in New coln county bride shortly. You couldn't dred. It is estimated that tho products of prcs is so little in the hahit of working York Thursday and the democrats are guess and we wont tell yet awhile. A. C. SINE, Garrard county for the year 1SSS will on such handsome and delicate features preparing to give him such an ovation as only pint he could promiyield a revenue to tho county of half a as mine, the FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. shall pale into insignificance the demonwould be my rhuk. million dollars. This ought to mako nently display tho roses come again." Good-bystration over tho plumed knight. "Till George Caiter sold to J. II. Swopo good times surely. 1). G. S. The case of Mrs. Betsy Johnston A i.i. the fools are not dead, but a suc- GO fat hogsatocts. Madison. Dr. E. O.Guernmt has been T. J. Foster bold to Farris Sandidge against the Imcaster Mills has been cessful fooler of fools has just shuttled oil' SO ewes at $.'! per head. A linilll) M'lllifil fur tlm lilL'hpr rulnf!.' tnti ..f .. compromised and the stock company, elected pastor of the First Presbyterian her mortal coil in Paris. Mad. Moreau, i.mi.. ........ ... ...-if- ...i . . V ! . . . . . T.iif.'iilini lii.nltli... fM..tiiit .......". i.iiit William Gooch sold to I). N. Prewitt which has recently purchased tho mills, church here, nt n salary of SI, 700. Mr. accumulated acool$100,-00a fortune-tellelii.iiil.fnfl. icliii. wn-- liip iiml tti lion In Literary DiiimitiiiiMit mil Miuin fiirVKftim t,,. lib Itobeit II. McCreary has gone to the Unifl'OM ii .viitcmiicr till June. hogs at 5 cts. will proceed to business at once. Nulimit uniklclinoiKi. before going hence. Semi forcatnlogno to P. WILLIAMSON, Ed Jones sold to I). S. Johnston a Associate Principals, Mr. E. I). Bishop, so long a clerk for versity of Virginia, where he will enter O. U. MAULNMAN. U. The republicans are counting upon of fat hogs ntS.:5. J. G. it 0. W. Sweeney, has severed his upon tho study of law. James Cosby 155,000 plurality in Vermont A good many mule colts sold pri- connection with that tlmand has gone sold to Alex Doty, of Garrard, 20 head of mules at SiC'.oO per head. John S. Rhea and A. M. Swopo will vately yesterday at $40 to $S0. on a business trip to Lexington. Ed has debate the political issues of tho hour at Jerry Briscoe bought of T. J. Uobin- many friends here, who hope ho may Died, ut his residence near Kirksville, Lexington at 10 o'clock next Saturday. son 12 Augusts.), 18SS) .1. S. Long, an old and cattlo at 4 cts. soon return. EIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. The ninth application for n writ of of Dan- respected citizen, in tho Tilth year of his Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal School, Military John Turnbull has bought near Crab Mr. Eugene McGoodwin, Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. habeas corpus by Cornelibon was refused Orchard n lot of corn in field nt 50 cents. ville, was in kincaster last week looking ago. Tho deceased was for 10 yeais u - M. N. Depauw bought of various after the interests of the Chicago A Al member of the Christian Church and for COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. by Judge Edwards, of Louisville, and the Nrplembrr 14. jis,s. K.ir (.,, In nit- nml other lufornintlon nil.tre8.--i C Fall Krm judges of that city will now be given a parties yearling feedijig mules at from ton railroad, for which ho is agent. Par- 10 years a member of tho Masonic Lodge JA.ui.n iv. IAI I l.HMl.M, i. I liichmond Heg'ster. rest. to Hu, West will do well to see him. at Kirksville. ties going $o Semi-Weekly Interior Journal NEWS CONDENSED. - wee-no- to-da- FALL GOODS ! Thc arc Coming wn I I th Lint-ast- er 1500 FAIRS B I AND SHOE water-spou- work-hous- e Rooievod Tosterday. L'o.OOO-barr- el TRUNKS n, al t, From the Cheapest Gingham to the Finest and in Naturral or Gold To Suit UMBEELLAS! In All Sizes and & VALISES Frio. POCKET HATS vice-preside- nt STIFF SOFT 1 0. j BBUC3E & M'HMMBEBTg go-din- one-fift- h and Clean rcls and T. Cheap. Walton. 1 "Pond-erotis- tl$o-gl- o ICECREAM ."J o Hits-prove- d, ' T. K. WAITOITS. in-b- - j r r ui. - . . Extracts for It. Crenui J j j m s U-tti- j j 1 Fruit Jar Scaling Wax fii-n- I one-ha- wr j Tf.,.y b-- v 4 . Mf-hat- lu. RENT! 1 n I Pore-ingan- d ru-hi- ug ns i 15fi.-'- -. he s" . - bin's-cu- it . ...... - corn-brea- d, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES -' 1 er j - '- -' ' GEO. WEAKEN, MAN'G'R, I Pond-erou- 8MNFQRD FLKEIEG MILLCO I id-- " 3IoulcliiiK, Ilrackcts, Scroll Work, Frames, Blinds, crniula Work, Etc. Flooring, Sidings, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, Superintendent. A e iifeii li bn-l- n ftiale i osiiite, V""'-L- r, 0 250-poun- d car-loa- d RICHMOND, KY. gtf to-da- STATE COLLEGE 1,200-poun- d i KENTUCKY l mr- -- Ocrrll'IlttiM-- l llULKiUttdUUKWHL K. c. WALTON, Orui liVrrtt v litTrnmn inimitni I Hknt. Clary. Street, Sumford. Tin: H. t a Tin: mills through tlie country advance lilt I'd S'l OKU, ith Kooci tutincfs, n tuy A:.nCan how l)t caili bu.lntm ol any y lurmt 'S cents on the 10() pounds of flour to-- 0 llrt'ij btorv ill the euiititry. Cjiiic of tvllini;. Ml 4, 1888 Stanford, Ky., Skitk-MIieLOCK 1IOX No 77. Tiik Seminary, Prof. A. .S. l'axton, day. Thii raise in tlie wheat market is health. Adilr.-- .. I.aniattrr, Ky. principal, bon.ui its session yesterday the cause. Published Evory TuoBdny ond Friday with :tl pupils. Mns. I.. A. Nir.i.i) will addret-- the win, ixHiiirr at Lincoln at Stanfoid, Thursday ami lasts Tin: Paris Fair begins e and lith, L'::;) I, m., at the SU' J'JCU YKAK,IXADVANCK till Saturday., Tlie K. C. makes a speci-nllTwo Otjxn, two at 7:;'0 r. i. at one of the churches. In- DIiiIiir I'lino, onu one Wnlnut Wardrjbt, two low rate to it. KMuntion Kitife, o pid $2.50 will be charged."" not dies particularly invited. Tabic, one lluuk'Uu.e, onv Urye HedMeid 9 .ind Wire Sirmi;i. I'illcw., ISIinkctt, Coal Oil - Tin: next prohibition election in this tmtl in.iny thtnt. Lawykii I)vvio. witii several other 'Imik enn be haduthiT bargain. Fur cmh th.ke Aiiily to tn section in to be held in Casey, tlie 1st MEANS BUSINESS. t AIEX S l'AXTO.V I'rcentini; at all lime, more than advermedand introducing ultra gorceotK array of pre eminent perof the republican bosses met yesterday swssssisss Saturday in next month. SLinford, Ky formance, carefully c 'llrcted acv.eptaly to and gave himself the county's instrucAIo 3 (.lck, pitlwt IllnnV.cn and ilrco uoo'd of other than an unanlmmn ecmmpndation (rc.ented and proudly tubmitteil the public without fear Watciikh nntl Jewelry repaired ami A quadruple exhibit ill one A thow of inattree exclusive and Hartlinj features. Ahuilutely oristral and marvclom nocltie, warranted. A. H. Penny. Ou it new fall hats ami otlier faH Hoods tion for Congress. If this is not a joke Tub best iilaco to buy drus, patent will be in in a few dayn and we cordial- on the candidates for Congress, wo nev10 medicines and toilet articles Is ut A. It. ly invite tlur ladies to eall and examine. er heard one. A. C. C. With entiiiK capacity for unlimited thoumnd Tr pple arena' Theatre! liicicle College Kus.ian Penny's. Court & Co. Keller Slaterf, World's Hcre Coni;re, 'I rained Animals and Ancient Carnival of Rome, PerformA i.Aimi: majotily of the Farmers Nalli'v your school books, ink, tablet, ing MonUy, Hogs, Goats and Trained wild animal., irick Stallions, l'onies and Mules! all decided to paper, pencils and school supplies of u.ivt: just received a big lino of fall tional Ikmk stockholdei-A DOZEN OLOWNS! PONDEROUS PERFORMING ELEPHANTS! kinds from A. It. Penny. hIiocs of the Zeigler Hros.' make, and in- - wind tip the affairs of the institution nil watches "r vitc my customers to cull and examine with the close of the year. The charter (.nmniiiU-Phcncir.inal arer.lc champions from cscry noted Huropean capital! 1'sery promise a sacred pro-- ! tide of jewelry I sell to be pledger Aschatte as it is initchletsl will expire in a year or two anyway and tl,w"' Hwnicii. KHiU.il. A. K. IViiiiv. a reorganization swincr is preferred. Doors Open at 1 and 7 P. 1YI. Performance an Eour Later. AT W. R. BRASFIELD & GO'S . Tut: total rainfall for August was 10.5.'! SOMEWHAT PERSONAL. ' So far an Tub .r),000 per cent. 1:10 Lincoln inches, the greatest ever known. HOUSE EXCHANGE, KEXING ION 11. J. MiHoiikuts is back from a visit this year the fall is oO.IW, which is but Bonds advertised, sold at auction yester.71 in excess of tlie average. day at a premium of from $'2 to $7.'J.i on SEPTEMBER 20th, 1888 to Harrodsbur;. All, 10 m. 11. C. IUim.kv is visiting her each lwiid of ,VX), making a total of J C Sherley Anchorncr, Kv ; A Middlcton, Mas. in his Hail will flanv 0 i:r 1,000 of Capt. Richards' postage 10.7oon the whole. Col. W. G. Welch II Shelby ville Ky ; W. SKy l.ync, l!lack lie, Kv.; J Open Dins ofinWild l!e.nts with 'I raiuert' I'rof. Zamora with male an Ascension earth after on and mother in lliirrodshurj;. while will male a des.ent of 1,000 feet ; S his parachute to the Walhue, Lexinctou, and W.J. stamps got irretrievably fcttick together bought HMO and Mr. S. II. Uaughman Cliinn, Frnnktort, Ky , wilUcll. the prccroslcn is over. T. 1). Hanky kocs to Junction City todurim the long damp spell and are val the otlier day to clerk at the Tribble House. 50 HEAD CHOICE COWS AND HEIFERS, ueless. The guvernnient will likely re- Mum Maooik .Swinkiihoad, of the HubTlllMli: Will be a balloon ascension alter Selected from the(r herd Thu oft'eririRwIII be deem them, however. ble neighborhood, Is with Miss Mary mill win. tin. lareely coni.ocd of younj cowii, now freh,oriluc tlie i.ir.mu 1.. Allthc cow.oidcnouch Illicit. Tiik room of Joe Jones, who lKar,ls at lerciiatlt readies a height of 1,000 feet he .iret.ilHncuif toor willt.e bred to excellent bull . of hlRlial, St Hener, Stock royi, r other r"Pf'a'' Mihs Namsik tiii.Moni: nnd Mr. T. N. Mrs. Powers', was entered Sunday night Will leap flOlll it to the earth liy tllU mil Utraini. It laeldom9Koodalat i offered at pub. I.iw.iu and c Koborts, of Danville, visited Mi. rwv neuin ptommiy at taken out of Ids pantaloons. It rifn - - will ! - n freo OCT- - i.unni r at 11 in rurlllciuiiicuta auurctt ocioek. Farris Suuilay. was clfeeted by a window which lorniiiiice and tlirillnifly interesting, hv J II. WAI.I.ACU. Lexington. Ky. w j rrakiort, Ky. Mas J win: Williams anil daughter, was left partly up. He h.w no idea who erybody ought to be here. K. Kdinonton, Aiictioneer It. Miss Siile. of Carthage. III., are vMting the thief is. In the county court ycterday the will Mrs. I.. M. Ijwley. I.ANU FOR SALE. TiiomsTiayui has just received a af Mrs. Santh Cook, which gives her Mas H.C. HiiAiti.KY ami little son, Harnew llirdscll Clover II tiller containing property to Mrs. Dr. Win. Huffman and 100 airet on the Sbtncrnet and Crab Osrchard ry, of Harnxlhbtirg, aie visiting the famroad half way all the improvements In clover hulling, S. H. Cook, was n ire red for probate. Mr. Koul water on 'letwetn the two placet. Well of the place, liulf c eared and 3c ily of Mr. Newton Ilradloy. for the most complete machine made for the A. C. KnbitiNon will administer. W. ni.rei in gras. A good outlet (,. cuttle, hoes W WAI.I.ACK. and beep Mis Mv I.cki:v, of lllooir.ington, Farmers who have clover to K. Abraham was allowed credit on his Uahncy Ky Kngleman puritOH. 111., is visiting Mls hull should see Mr. Tntvlor at once. ' tax list for land wrongly nes&ed to him. near Hubble, this county. Mi:, ami Mil, (ir.ouoi: II. lliii'ii: and How we envy those newspaper nn'ii KiiMiiui'l Minks ipialitied us administra-to- r SAW MILL FOR SALE! of Susan Minks. Howard returned from a visit to the) who can give up the newspaper business vVIho Itnitl unit .StfX-k- . Friday. Cincinnati Centennial O.SI.V to become money devils! Our friend, The IJtlisville Fall Cele- - A, i Jire t0 rave Kentucky will tell atKreat mid family took the Morgan T. Craft, late of the Lebanon Mi:. W. II. ;ii .mpUie with v horc boilers and lasts till and '"' ' bration begins aohore enint, 2 saw workt, ox lug wag- train bore Friday for Lexington, where prise, has lieen chosen a director, and the wagons t burkboard, spring wag- Agellt J. A. Carpenter tellrt on 3 fit ti he will go into the grocery business. uvi. si i)V jfcittwsvj hrri (i U. C. Knnl, neeittlv of the Owen Conn- - us that from now until tho eioe the I.. i.n iitiri liiriiii. t j lit i.a nf ' ill! nftnnf.ii. acres of 6o crist mill complete, and mv farm Mu. W. J. Iloiio.v, the cleverest com- - ,P HonnHTat, cashier of the new bank at & N. will sell tiekets everv dav at S5.55 nt,, u,ul el1 wii eil , Will keep constant'y onhinl a larje and sflcsi line of Furniture mercial tourit out, was here Saturday I'tudoii. May wood, Ky for tht loiiml tri, good live days. Fori and Undertaker s Uood-s- . My prices will be as low as such goods with his haniNonic boy, ("Jeorge Currey however, the Tin: very large eroud whieh tame out the evening train lloboii. . d can be bought in the cities. Give me a tr.a' and you will be PUBLIC SALE OF tlie neavv rain inuay aiiernismio al- morning train of the oth, evening train U. Amikiivix, of the Advi ColC. ' n( (In. lit It mill itinriiiiii trniti (if flu. Till that I sell lowr than the lowest. of Capt. V. F. hi- - llr-- l vWt to our ..'0.le tend the funeral ette, mn-lgood until the Mli the faie will only be' and win loaded down with "l'.v testllled to the high estimation in for the round trip. whieh he was held here by everyone. liirtvbv'theiit. As adrr..!ii,rntrtx 'if John D Carpenter, deceaswho has a big Mr. Mollelfs tribute to his memory and Mn. S. II. Thomi-minAi.Tiiofi.it tifter 2 o'clock yesterday ed, Will ull wee.ingfai.t-IomwIiIeontmet for bnildingi at I.ilv, was down words of eonsolation to his when Mr. Denny began to speak, u court ' l,,'tl' ,,,"U'1' :""1 ' ipirinti?. fmiiflv Saturday.' Mo thinks hoie-- full of people were present to hear THURSDAY, SEPT. 27th, 1888, the I.lly Oxil Co. Iiiimi real bonanza. 'i.dder the fo lowing property, him and nearly all of them waited to Sell to the A Yot'M. IlKMi'i'iiAT. .lis' Jeirer.-oat tnc farm ot the dci H.i.ed, on the Hii'nviHe .V MU". 1. I KIKTI.KY. 1.1)1)10 llllil IIIIIIM tin 1irit.lt! t lii..iwvijir.iilil unit iif Mrv .1 hear him and Mr. II. C. Warren through, Middlebu.'iC plVe, a mites from ,,f Tevas Mrs. C C C.de'.m,, Jr., of K Mjr w,o ,; rfht n whieh took till IJ o'clock. Mr. Denny 50 head of 1.400 pound cattle, 30 hcul cf l,;oi' A j and Mt. (.. f. Ileh.i, of .Inn,- -; .,. handled tin tin ill' ipicntiou from the pound inltlr. ju he nl of jcurhnc steers and liclf , , Slltlln,liv. ,() ers, jo ciAva anu calves, 90 brood marcs 3 tl.elr b.other, Mr. t...n City, hi,, fanners' standpoint in a clear and foiei-bijn n M1)t HmW, ()f h.r.e colts, a ii'ei! wurlc mare mules, .! V. Water. mam mules, t;o ano pound Iioks 1 while Dick Warren was unmanlier, kerehiefs, with eap of same material, on a lot of shout. 40 head of ewes hrinl to SouthC U.I.BV Mel 0M.1..TS who has jimt re- usually felicitous in Ids utterances. Hoth down biicV, jo acres of corn 15 a. res of millet, , (f r,l,vi,ll(ll(1 wl.(,h Im,lu. wheat, v mas of hay, 74 bushels ofstock, 53 shares of turno.1 from a Uil to bis siMer, Mm .1. ,m(, speeches will tell in the coming canvass. MfS ch,Vl,,nMll. s Mr llustunvillu National Hank 30 shares of It. ...untatUtiin.nB,.,broiightusabas.m,kii(Mvlt(1),imint((f stock in tho Farmers National Hank ill Stan , of h,s Itidgi' M. C. Saulley wound up with one tu, ftw, AIm. farming implements and household ford ketf.le1e,.,nMsw,,Hfm... berthatav-- i h(t furuiture. htnk()nilltllosnit Tu.,,lnN of his happiest oilorts, whieh was longly, 'I and k. Until known day of sale ems m..il entge.1 J a k.,iii,I. lb- says then; never in ,lf wm, jn t))i lU,ti. loudly and often applauded. MKS. M V. CAKI'KNTEK, and was ii fnut en.p .11 that , Admx. Joim I). Carpenter, I)c d hw, fmMv jn Tiik piohilutioni.sls claimed that they It aot rented bef'iri', will on that djy rent the lmtthepi.e,esareb..tafa.r.ampleof , A UnU ))V aii, f)f had hlu ' "l.ce arm," contains 3.4 a.resot No yesthe llrst show at the coin f It. the- Mullt.v i;ras land .jtliwii. terday, although Mesrs. Warren and U .: regret exceedingly to hear Mr. tieo. I). Utinlutl, who has served i.J rmiMOTBii. Mr. V. F. l'aekanl, who Denny had been adveitised to speak for fc exivlleiitlytisljinesteru'poiler.is alxiut has been train dispatcher here for somey several weeks. Tho latter gentlemen RDMrMSTRHTQR'S SELti asiid FUJftl-TITXraE-. good natureilly agreed to give them tho t. leave with bis family forOmaba.wheie time, litis boon Jpromoted to ehief (.It lloi'ws, Pitiless, forn, iSro. though, and they proceedwill make their future home. The pateher and master of trains on tlie C). ,x e ed to listen to speeches by young Pow- As Adnumstralor ol J J New la id. dee'd w II, with N. division of tlie I.. , N leaders of this jMj.er and his friends I'rea and will leave ell, a son of Capt. IJ. F. Powell, Mont- at his lale residence nearinty uiIn rs.illc, In Lin names are Legion, will join us in 'luarternat Kiln c ' Mr. gomery and others. If the prohibitionthis i, grot and wish him prosperity and for his new post WDBiSLHEMT Sept. 5, 1S88, ard is a Hplundid niilroml mnii and by his ists will givu duo publicity to their apin his new loention. Sell pulln.ly all cf his personal property. gentlemanly deportment has made ma- - pointments by publishing them in this LOCAL LORE. ny friends herv, who while regretting paper, we will seo that there is no eon- - Consisting nf househo'd and kitchca furniture, tanning (nipann'iits, ahtut (n head of Iiol'S, i his departure will lenm of his deserved Hiet hereafter, unless they want to hog Walton's. pr inules, hurses, lb turn, Lull, a lot of c.mcs, Fmitv baireU at s about i.cou libls. corn in field, about 1,000 promotion with ideasure. Mrs. Packard, all the pcisiuimoiis.. of wheat in stack, of stock They then held a businessiiieetiiigand I.imoi.n county has lol pensioners, ' who is a most estimable lady, will visit a in the Stanford and I'reachersville Turnpike, VC A stock of gooJs who draw ?',(K.) a year. short time among her relatives before appointed the following delegates to at- - Terms' all sums of at l'rcaituTswIlc, Ky., hand;, Sio and under, cash in leaving permaimntly. tend the District Convention, which Otcr that ntnt,, three months crtdit, pcnonal A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Tin: room adjoining tho Odd Fellows W M I'.ii- - security and interest bemi; required ,i..v. .......1. I, W T. II. WHITE, Adm'r. ' 57 .,,, j,x v,..saturlay morning as IIIV.is IIVK itl Al t UllirMIMs Hall is for rout. A only to John A. Al- is A M L;nmmo, Hugh e , shn Ion orS. S. Myers. Capt. J. . lhitler, who runs the fast S,J ,,, Ymu houis n L u , Hnil " tl10 through (. Ad;im Ca JmiM M' HHiTHst MiUoitcitrs have just reeoiv t1n the car of colored excursionist to tin A nvin, dee'd, we will wf oOO paiis of boots and shws, and oth penler, F. D. Albnght, James Mel'her-son- , sell executors of Sainton! Itho Stanford & Danon his Odd Fellow celebration at Richmond, James Dudderar, J. t). Livingston, ville atI'lke, late residence Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by midway between the two towns, er giwsN in pniportion. tio and seo just after leaving Rowland, he told them. J. D. Ilastin, K. 11. Caldwell, James 11. Bakery, Restaurant and Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s McAlistor. a Stanfonl neero. not to (Jooch. ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1888, I'm: name, ol tho poslollicont Mingo, L.n.lk,, j,. ..... .,ils. ,...,,.., ,,, 0 illl() lireen, W. M. Murphy, Wilson California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everyThe follouln); personal property: Rockcastle county has been changed to t,w par wlWl.iaiy Set apart for that pur- - Chairman John O. Xeal calls a meeting Seven aand 3 fal steers, 4 high grade thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of l of tlioexecutivo coininitteo of tho county heifers, s liiifli itntdc con's and calves, 35 high Climax, wo suppose in honor of French poo. Ho reluseil to no so ami nnaiiy Krudehogs, 75 IiikI grade sheep, pair aged Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Try at v. .M.Thursday. horses, uare mules, family norse, a Tipton's paper. cursed tlie caitain. Now Captain Rut- tine ones, line yearling rilly, tine combined their Ice Cream; it takes the Cake. We do our own work. Come barouche and as over mare and colt, brood mare UHURCH AFFAIKS. Havk already received and ant daily ler is as mil a inaniwred a man Satisfaction guaranteed. barney, buggy and harness, spring wagon and buy at first hands. ' wat, but neither white man nor negro wagon ami harness, ml harness, receiving a line of tho most desirable fall R. ZIMMER, Respectfully, wheat drill, harrow, plows, harvesting machine, Rev. W. T. Spears will preach at tho so the c, Ac. 16 acres of corn III rield and 5 stacks of and winter suitings the maiket allords. cancursohim with impunity, h Wholesale and Retail. Presbyterian church next Sunday hay. new negro's Call and examine them. II. C. Rupley. words wvro hardly out of tho Terms made known on day of sale. before it was mashed all over his lK "1 evening. MKS. I.. I.. KRW'IN, ' 'thxor' T I. 1.II.I.AKI), The W. C. T. U. will meet in New Havi: your express to como by tho face by the capt lin's good right list. with 100 delegates from Louisville, About this time Alex Smith, another no- - York Oct. United States express who carries the sword in the Odd resenting more than ,00,O0O members. tiuick tinio and lower rates than any The meeting at Sugar Grove Church express company. A. T. Niinnelly, Fellows pant le, stepped up behind tho LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Agent. conductor and dealt him a sav.igo blow is increasing in interest under Pros. Hams and Livingston and up to Sunday luck of tho ear, with the weapon, Tin: Colored Teachers' Institute began HAVK through his lint and into tho day night there were Pi professions. Tho THE LARGEST AND FINEST with Prof. Hathaway, of Mt. which cut yesterday, not fractur-- meeting will continue tluoiigh this week, Sterling, conductor. Tho attendance was skull, fortunately, however, HOTEL IN THE CITY. stunned! Wo learn that the friends of Mr. tiar- - ing it. Capt. Rutler was badly good both from this county and OFby the blow, but he managed with the Ramos, largely through Mr. Green R. rard, purse RATES S2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORDassistance of his crew to get .Smith into Woodcock, succeeded in raising closed tholes . Cit.ui Om UAiti) Sfiuxi.s another car and hold him a prisoner till of about $1.')0 for him as a slight testimo ING to rooms: son proper Friday, but tho hotel will be tho train arrive in Itlehiuond, where an nial of their appreciation of his "recent kept open all tho year lound. There olllcer wiw on Ii tud in response to a Advocate. visit to Danville. h RUSSIAN UAH'S IN HOTEL. TURKISH are still sdiuo 10 or oil guests there to rellev. P. T. Hale, well known heio to bike him in. Ho was convoyed main till October. to jail, where ho spent theday, instead of and who has been pastor of tio liaptist Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical WatchI Saturday, September 1st, I will showing oil in a march, and that night! church at Danville for about six years, Xi:xt maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness begin to bundle liesh lish, oysters and lto was brought back with the hand that tendered his resignation and will preach and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eyo Glasses to suit tho celery, and will run through tho season, ho dealt tho cowardly blow ended to the his farewell sermon tlieie next .Sunday, Kattcy r.L'gs, I'rtsh be undersold by any other with a pair of steel bracelets, lie Ho has been called by a big church and of .ill klrnls. CaU,on Rolls anil we keep all kiluls determined not to J tins suet Also .1. is now in jail and likely to go tbenco to u big salary to Hiiiningliani, Ala., and nf drinks that e are allowed to kvup . 0110. My stock will always be fresli. j 1. IIAKKia. 57 ' tho SUito prison for wounding with in-- will start thither next Monday, ltcv. K. T. 'Hani's. Pieachorsvillo turn- tent to kill. Capt. lhitler, though weak V. Mullins, pastor of tho liaptist church ' Mouii-fcaiLLancls I Tin: Stanford lo'-of blood, managed to run at Ilanodsburg for tho last four yoais, pike directors elected yesterday aro W. from the through to Lexington, where a lias ollered his .resignation and will go to his train .. Hvta phwis. t I...... IsMMltftltt. fVl1I. ......... us BSivsv! nirm i.c lst.tt nf M. Lackey, Hugh Seargeiit, J. T. .1, f Al t , It ,1i'.., r 11 .mi,, ,u hiku ciuirgu cuf it an,l (tV TimUt I.alids that will sell at a liarsain. un- I SlirgOOIl SlllVeil II1S lieiUl aim uressoil llio JMiiiiuuii.-Siias Andei-soand M. J). 2CTT a furniture and mumtu iitiltn III! nlv OUU, llio ' ehurcll. Tllis leaves live Uaptint ,church-- lmvc star liatslwr.trent tor IS or tinner' establishment, full ractilty. TrrelTe PopnrtnictiUof Sttnlv. llealtliy location In tlie heart at TNt'o 1"' Kuutm-kMr. Lackey was then chosen wound, Wllli.ll M,toiiii-fttan-- . JBTUkmtf, ThVhV'u9oi fur ,0diy8. w. I'or further informa-no- t rcclon. Ucilncd ntnl liusiiltaljlo community. Moiteraiooxiunc,IHaj. tn :(.'. Atteudanre siilllciontlv suLi to islui. tho plucky ',fonl, baiica-iter- . l'rovidoiico. Danvilloaud ' Seargeiit secretary and Fur IjH 1fu ittiUai States. president ami Mr. l. mkicai.f Ky, Inst Fcsslnn ru, ftiim to L. H. Nuxt Session on'tm Sept. 12, ' U.ubourvillc, ami Catalogue. Apply BLANTON, D. D., CHANOCLLOK. fellow from eontinuing hii run. Ilarrodsbuig. j 3 treasurer. cheapest. A. T. Nun-ni'llev, BUH.Mana(er k 0. i Now house on Whitley Tun Stanford Female College opene Apply to W. F. Mc- - yesterday with fill pupils, which number will likely be doubled before many Express in the safest ami weeks. m m NKW AIlVKKTlsKMENT. FOE SALE. I COL. tivo it h trial. in I W. ILL'S -- agent. J ilf! Menagerie! I Bingley's Monster European s of to-da- y y Couit-IIous- Dm-1M- Stanford, Friday, Sept. 7, Crab Orchard, Saturday. Sept. 8. Acres of Tents in Which to Exhibit! m m . jS-4- Mf Public Sale of J. Requiring 1 1 "'1.', JERSEY 6ATTLE! mid-ai- r 's- - I Unparalleled, Resplendent Street Parade! Free to at a. mid-ai- r l, 11 .,' mi.i,,,!. SEW 1 osmuRB SWBE 1 Kn-tran- j" MACJK iiii., IBirFMAo PBOlPo m - o j3-t- f , 1 Ci-UTi- Kn-t- ei 1 1 s 1 1 vai-t.- , j i , eJ. ur'-;!y- ss-t- f to-da- y, con-vince- ' MeKin-yestfrnia- y e PERS0XAL PROPERTY' 1 S-- , h 60FFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. j -- e n, .t . ) , M.-r.v- .,., ng , ,,., ,,. o year-lin- e ., . ,,,,,,1, - ,,,,.,,,,,. mu-I- i i . .. -- - I 1 )E-t- oKrt3BiaMWWBtf3sCMWIH.P! WALT, dir-the- jPE1 court-hous- ' head-who-- I Uiih-ellvill- complete:stock always on hand. B. K. l'aek--.'lanplne- Wednesday, i T-- H. hush-el- tenty-fonri.hare- s NEW! NEW! NEW! .,.-.- . TI.ii.--i1.iv- . 1 " C-- J w-,- l'''et ,. PUBLIC SAILE, Al-hu- rt ear-on- 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 morn-mout- m 53-- td ) lil-L- :'., rep-gr- o, ' THE GALT HOUSE, FLENSE OBSERVE Wil-jtt- st m M'ROBERTSSTAGG -- 1 ' A F1UILJL A&(G)lirirMGlMT 11 -- I dis-mtc- A-- WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. n. ; o?l&Mti" Oroct-ricn LOOK OTJT s , , 1 1 s 6ENTBA XI) Spoon-amor- e, 1 1 1 1 . . 1 I . i t .v- -t . u. , I "i 1 11 TlXZJZaTZD, ' ,!,. ..1,1 -- i.!sV A''-- a' V tiB.'--ufW,- f iltL2!. - , "J1""" ' " ' ' 'll"' ""- -" ua-icsr-.'- ,..; ... '.i, :. :; " "' '!' mil ' 'J' sn.... ...,,. c ,; "' III ll.iMI '"" " '' ' "ji.. i ., hi i ii . i ., Wffchl tr "rin.tn.i.. " t i ihi' j.. BSiSgggrrpMm i',' f m,-- . t. a. ' ' r.. 'JWX CLEVELAND'S LAST MESSAGE. ff I PfrM and Politicians rronour.ro It a Mm ter Stroke. Medlilni) for Throat nud I.ttn Dllll By this mossago tlia president has com. ' .es has long befit, and still is, Ayer's plotely circumvented tho Republican par1 rry 1'eitortl. It cure.. Croup, of tho bcuato. Ho litis taken from tisans Whooping Cough, Uroncliltls, ami tho Republican politicians tho power to Asthma; soothes Irritation of tho DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, . Arouse-- Now Englaud and tho country genLarynx and Fauces; strengthens tho Renews Her Youth. erally with tho cry that tho Administra1 Vocal Organs; nllas soreness of tho haibe Cheley, 1'eterMn, Cly Co., Itwx Mrt. f Lungs; prevents Consumption, and, tion Is lacking in pluck and dignity and ell the followi i remirlobtc the trmh of even In advanced stages of that disease, Jjthat it is not equal to maintaining tho I'hysicitns pretcriptious accurately compounded. which i vouched for by tiie rciMcnM of ihe town rights of cltizons, Tho president, in disrelieves Coughing and induces Sleep. t am 7j year old, hivtht-etroubled with kiJney cussing tho questions involved, shows Thero is no other preparation for discomplaint and limene fur many yAr. loulJ not great familiarity with tho subject In all eases ot tho throat nud lungs to bo comilrcst myielf without help Now 1 am free from Us phases. In tho abscuco of a treaty ho pared with this remedy. and am able to da ill my own pain and orene THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, is justified In calling for theso ineasurcs "My wlfo had a distressing cough, houteworl. I owe my think to Klectru Hitler retaliation. Sow ork World. of with pains Iu the sldo and breast. Wo aniU removed comfor having renewed my )oulh CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Mr. Cleveland's messago to congress on tried various medicines, but none did pletely alt dieae and pain, 1 rv a bottle oc and her any good until I got 11 liottle, of tho subject of tho fisheries marks another Kver brought to this market. Prkes lower than $1, at A. It. Penny't Drug Store. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which has cured stage- of Ids oxtruonllnnry development. atcliet, Clocks and Jewelry Ite. m the lowest. m her. A uelgliWir, Mrs. Glenn, had tho His enemies are dumfounded and Ids paired on short notice and warranted. Worth Knowing. measles, nud the cough was rullaved by friends cannot restrain their admiration. tho use of Ayer's Cherry l'ectornl. I Mr. W. II. Morgan, merchant. Lake Cny, Hi. it was tho act of a master of political liavo 110 hesitation In reeoiumeudlug this as taken with a severe Cold, attended with a strategy. It belongs In tho category of thoso bold, original and decislvo maCouh and rjnnm; into Consumption in neuvers of which ir.cn of genius nro ulouo lt tint stage. lie tried miny o called popular to everyone n filleted." Robert Horton, deemed cnpablo It fell llko a thundercough remediet and steadi y srew vore, Wat Foreman Htadliyht, Morrllltou, Ark. bolt from a clear sky and surprised thoso rctuced ii djsh, hai dun u'ty in breathin; and who lienor as much us thoso who hato " I havo been atHlctod with asthma New wn unable to !eep Finally trie I Dr. Kin for forty years. I.'wst ttpring I was taken and drer.il him Out of tho "hole" Into Dneover) for Coiiumptl9nanJ 'outI imnediite with a violent cough, which threatened which his adversaries fondly imagined hottlet relief, and alter mm? about . h ilf in terminate my days. Everyone they had dropped him ho suddenly springs has hid no return of the found himself well and 1110 In consumption. I deter-nitn- 'l to a commanding and impregnable podisease. No other remed) cm show s gnnd a to try Ayer's . Cherry Pectoral. sition. False as waa tho charge that ho It-- . I was itumcdl-I'ereordof cures as J), Kind's New Disciserv for 'iTeets were iiiaili-alhad In negotiating tho rejected treaty relieved and continued to linprovo ilmr.inteed t do Jut whtt is Consumption la Receiving His " Joel Dullard, cravcnly yielded to British dictation and him ilmiilri'ly recovered. claimed for it I'rul bottle free at A R, l'enh' sacrificed tho Interests of our own citi(iuilfnril, Conn. DniR Stor zens, there v. ere thoso whobo partisanship " umiitlis ngo I had a sovero That ; Couh can be o qin.kly cured inclined them to believo it; but hereafter f the lungs, brought on by an wlili'li deprived mo of We guirantw it. Mclln. ctt liy Shiloh's C ire even they can no longer harbor that most Goods Warranto d and nPerfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial unjust accusation. Brooklyn Kaglo. Su;s, Stanford; Cro ,k Co, M Kinney; E. slep nnd rest. I tried Mirlous renin-ilie- s, liitt iilitulued no relief until I By a disgraceful act of partisanship tho V. Jones, Crab Or.hird fjiko Aei's Cherry Pectoral. A to Renublican malorltv in tho United States Sleepless mshts made raitcraMc bj thit terrible few Lotties ot this liieillelno cured tin1." eenato has refused to adopt a policy of cough Shiloh' Cure Is (he remedy fir iu Mrs. K. Cobiirn, lit Second st., Ixiwell, I.K1C F. ltT'I'l,MVX, comprotnlso with Canada on tho fisheries i Mclloberts .t SUr, Stanf.ird, Crow A Co., Muss. SIKOtON DKNrtSl, question. H W.Jones Crtb Orchird lren nilllrteil with colds, "For V Kkntickv. Stantoud, What devolved on tho president a a Catarrh Cured, health and sweet bristh tecured ore tlinv!i, or croup, I do not e"U2lnt I have imnhjie I the lumber yards V. iuvv mattcnotfdnty aapbdn. Tho alternative by hhiloh' Catarrh Kerned) Trice 311 cents Nas-- A of any rMiini!v which will givo OfTice south tide Main, two doors abne Depet St. (Itufc I) Weirtn und t M llfuie andofMiri i.l pen -proposition-o- f conciliation! Is retaliation. tm.re w.'" r.Mef ilmn Acr's Cherry Injector (roe McRoberts i M.i;. Mantord; is bijf )ard at the uiie purchased of Mr V eaten It, also, liivalu- rnl. I h.p Congressihaa already placed in t!.o presMt.Kt-.nv- , K W. OrchV Co llesido lumber in rouli and dressed, I ill any Cro. J.ns Crab I WftsHipitf Collgll. ub.e In 1" a larce line of lnju sashes, doors and stuai t , EDWARD H. FOX. idents hands authority to retaliate upon ard. street, li"; aslitu-'toi- i laths, lNi.i. .in J the tKet fence firnetly si I ' y Ann !. Canada for anyofrensecommrtted toward iSs'S'oli, .. St, IIULKIK ij ijrr (ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, Mr. U eaten. us, but iho general schemo was not satisfactory. Tho United States cannot afford I c r. mktiaI r y HA1 ':-!iUANVII.bK, KV. to bo petty in its reprisals any mora than in its concessions, and tho general scope of MDTOALF st HAYS elegant new buildinj opposite Has moved to Ins retaliation contemplated In the act of 18S7 (h :. .mrk: nv Ami is tetter than eser tiretvarcd to ' is not largo enough. Tho president, thereaccommodate the publ.c w,h fin. p. ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. ' Who advised her pupils to strengthen r L Co., Lowell, Mass. v. J. c. photograph to life sue, batisfaitioii ijuaranteeu. fore, sends to congress a mesago asking minds by tho 1110 of Aycr's their ii.KiiOl'KII.U and I'lN'rVII.I ),K. I'ncv 1, ll lottlr,(a. for legislation empowering tho adminisappreciated tho truth that Will prsli e in art) court in Ktrn Kent tration to proceed on a lurger scale, and Vy bodily health it essential to mental To the Farmers of Lincoln and KtatniHatiii is of land tit 'n,e ptul'.) Ary pointing out a variety of wavs of squaring! vigor. For persons ot delicto and fceblo of timber, i .il ati.l mineral .n 's fjr si accounts witit tno umgrccaulo Ilttlo Garrard Counties- constitution, whi'thur young or old, this sale. In form s tlon Inrnis ted on any pMnt a I r But ho takos excellent care to respondents K.lKHrn j?, if medicine is remarkably beuctlclal. Bo placo tho Republican senators In their The Stanford Knller Mill ComiMB) wants sure you get Aycr's Siirsaimrllla. in cash the whole whtsat tiopof iM. and willpiy tmo position before tho country. Thoy " Every spring and fall I tako a numbiche-- t mafktl price fur it Io n.it sell wuboslt C. A. BENEDICT & CO., must tako tho responsibility in full of reft.tscemi; Sunenntendent foils at the Mill or ber of bottles of Aycr's S.trsitparilla,and Tho Trick of It. jecting tho peaceful and mjgnanlmous r KOSlHIt, v itnJerij;ned t1 am greatly benefited." Mrs. James II. Republican papers say that Democrats I'res Stanford li.dler MilU Co Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, method of de.illi?g with tho question and ,U Eastman, Stoueliatn, Mum. following their own arguments out to a show how they tear Blalno bv talking so " I have taken Aycr's Snrsiiparllla vr.MiU, k logical conclusion, blnco they liavo In much about him. Not at all. Wo talk lit to my ' &c nbut tllQ latP.v returned tourist because with great beneL. Crerar,general health." slated on retaliation let t!rn In 1'alinyrn, Md. MUsThirza WrlU drilled I r d r Aint full for retaliatory measures. Brooklyn ll0 '3 Put forward in tho canvass as the f irn .' . 'i at "My daughter, twelvo years of age, MiKINNF, K. factory prurs central personality; because, to illustrate, ' Citizen has suffered for tho past year from tho Republican delegation from Kansas If tho senators wero sincere In their , , i . J M Mit.ros I r llrui,. Medicines the tammis ssmp "t 1 alleged reasons for rejecting the treat) City barely looked at Mr. Harrison and prmnptls and nil anil Ins.! (tuur iits script! n ... hurried on to New York, where they ... ..II thoy must welcome with satisfaction PreALL THE LATEST SPRINC STYLE HATS l.l .1.. .Hi. .,1 Ml. 1... .. n.t . ..a, ,.ui, SIiihI ...w. kv llj IIIISU A few weeks since, wo began to givo ".ii sident Cleveland's proposition to author-iz- waited for days on Blalno, talking only of l,riKerlr, tine I icars, I'oiU-- t Articles, c .150 t her Ayer's Sursnparilla. Her health has r I til A Co , McKlnnes VII.IIs such rctaUatory measures towards Blalno and spent every mltiuto with SI U Is greatly Improved." Mrs. Harriet II. "ill itlcndtii ourdruj department, alu attend to Canada In tho absenco of a treatv as will Blalno ho would spend with them. Ro- Battles, South Chelimford, Mass. in tossn or the ssants t the tisk. nii!ht or (JEOGHEGAK'S, ruunirv most effectually establish tho tearless i publicans compel us to talk of uw J "About a year ago I began using Ayer's policy of "Woo unto thoso who cause they talk of him as an uuerowaed now vi). K . Sarsaparillit us n remedy for debility SULCFSbOll TO n priuco of politics, a plumed 'tlnff. abuse usl and neuralgia resulting from malarial n statesman of immortal famo Ilascjust tpmed a n- - sto. k f t(n , , exposure in tho army. I was in a very It would absurdly Inconsistent If tho knight, n Hats, Caps. Ikots. Shes, bail condition, lint six tattles of the M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE Cluthinj;, jn I (aiuils t.rweries Al Irs t. ii . senato should interposo to savo Canada and everything elso which ho is not. The Notion, dealers with occasional doses of Ayer's from effective retaliation, after rejecting only Harrison thoy seem to know Is Will-laCoal Lountry pro luce taken in rs.hinte f r Pills, hmo greatly Improved my health. 511 4TH AVENUE, Henry, and they pause very briefly M NrORn. KY goods at highest mirkct prise time tie c tho treaty on tho ground that it j lelded I am now ablo to work, and feel that I anrt karii Us all, ant m ifiJe i ' too mucn to Canadian Interests. Now on tho old Virginian. Bnt when thov cannot say too much for your excellent LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. como to Blaino they are both audienco i remedies. York World. F. A. riukhaui, South x Co. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDENT. A Tho Republicans of tho senato refused and chorus. Thoy keep tho curtain up A discount of to pr ceut. will be gison on all Moluncus, Me. until In a frenzy of applauso thoy fall at to postpouo or to amend tho fisheries order sent fur Mats uitli a copy of the abuse ad "My daughter, sixteen years old, is treaty. They took tho untenable ground tho feet ot tho uncrowned king and the ; using Ayer's Snrsaparilla with good ef1 settisment, mentionui, ,n.r tyr Kijhtcenth rar ' ri(m on The I t i 'nia.ns S A. res, s.Iu.ikI fect." Hew S. J. Graham, United that tho president has no right to negoti- voice of Eoutello rises abovo tho clamor, Springliel ! and rerr)ill i.ik,-- , miles in. n i ate any treaty without express authority saying: "Wo uro going to elect Blaine, ' Brethren Church, lluckhannon,W.Va. and s milis from I elan i suit un e S. O. DAVIS, 3, " I suffered from by io.d tieuli'..,., from tho senato. und rejected It by a too." ch uls and , hur,'i and i A adapted! a'l th fas rile grtni and ifra.sps hr wn strict party vote. This looks llko an at Mr. day or two ago it was suggested that PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, III Kentu k) Mis (vd h.,ue, l.arn and l t Cail bio neet tho uncrowned king in tempt to force upon tho presldtnt tho alCarefully selected corps of teachers Thrreuih outbuildings I'Uni) if isnii wain an ' i a high slate of nilllnii.in I or fuilher parn ar, ternative of exercising tho retaliatory debate on tariff reform. Wo do not discipline lint mtthods instruction Oi-MT. VKUNOy, Iv V. with lame back and headacho, nnd havo y s I'mUM I . catch the uncrowned gentleman, whom 44 addre.. Send furctrtular authority conferred upon him a year and Hustnsi.le. Kr been tntieli bonetlted by tho uno of A j er's a half ago, and of cutting off all commer- Lovl P. Morton found.up in Malno in dls- - Sarsaparillit. I am now hit years of" ago, 1871 OtVice net door to Whitehead's IBOO, Druj Stere. tress about this timo eight years ago, KitlxfU-and am cial communication between this country that my present health Special attention jiven to di eases of children and prolonged life are due to tho two of and Canada iu tho event of tho seizure of napping that way. Blalno never debated CRABORCHARDSPRINGS a;;-t- f. Lucy Moffltt, Ayer's Sarsaparlllu." American fishing smacks that disregard a subject in his public Hfo. Ho doesn't Killingly.C'oim. tho threo mi!o limit fixed by tho old know a prlnclplo trom an illicit minor or Ky. Mrs. Ann II. Farnsworth, a lady 79 an undistributed middle. "A biicker Is treaty. Gt. Louis years old, So. Woodstock, Vt., writes : Everything depends on Canada, if born every dav" Is tho shell giimo opeseveral weeks' suffering from "After Canada's irritation at tho rejection of tho rator's cheerful creed. It is also Mr. ! nervous prostration, I procured a bottlo THE GEKTS' FURNISHER, OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. treaty takes tho shapo of a renewal of the Blaine's. Ho plays for tho suckers. Docs of Ayer's Sarsaparlllu, und before I attacks on American fishermen, then tho It not occur somotimos to western Blalno- - had taken half of it my usual health 513 4th St., Louisville. president will bo compelled to practically ites that his personal frleuds are all of returned." Fine Urass and String Hand in Alien 'ance fr m upply tho provisions of the retaliation act. ono class shrewd, unscrupulous fellows The fashions of the day in the Gents' Furnish. July tst to September tsl Kates greatly reduced It is a noticeablo fact that no Republican whoso consciences havo gone to kepcoui- ing line will always b found in my store, I am i per day and Jio p, r wivl and upwar I who lias argued against tho treaty, which pany with dignity and w hotvo poker is inoro UtEl'AUED BY agent tor the Indianapolis Stcun Laundry, the TIIO.MASNKWMAN, Manager; lias been rcjcciod by tho hcnate, lias of- exact than tli. lr manners? SJtovo Elklns. Dr. J, C. Ayor it Co., Lowell, Mass. best Laundry in the world. fered an amendment. Tho plan teems to Kcrlus and Manley cro his body guard JAS C KINO, ItesidentSupt , A OHI I I ! I hllN IN k r Trice (1; ilz bottlei, 5. Worth $5 a bottle. I) II F.IIMISTON, Clerk bo to afford Brother Blalno (if ho should and tho rest rank In luvcrio ratio to their (j4) .. t I I Ili rs SitT .1. .1.- reputations among honest people. No unfortunately como to bo tho practical rj es S air , Newels, is I ins Maf president of tho United States) an oppor- fresh, clean, just nature ever abodo long r Haiusters , st re I r nts Mieiie, " near Blaiue. Kansas City Times. MT. VERNON, KY. tunity to go to war with Great Britain. MILLERSBURG Ciunlers, I tr n r s , e, s, a,j,f t SAL.E. R" uli an ' Die u I.upt e Fortunately, there is no likelihood that Scni'f rpn es ef re Mr. JelTcrsoti anil tho Wh!!j Tax. ), ; elsewhere Brother Blalno will becomo acting presi. On ac ount of ba J health, I ofer for tile my wcll-S.This old n Hotel is ilttl maintain dent. Atlanta Constitution. Re)ublican journals do uot publish tho firm cont lining i.ia acres f.irmlnc land, w.ll un in,; its fine and reputation. Charges reasonable. Spelor1 Tho president's mc33ago on retaliation following extract from a letter of Mr. prosed, nnd 70 a.rcs timber aiid mar b cial attention to the traveling public. IS. 1'. KSTF.S. A Modern Progressivo School against Canada lias stirred tho Republican Jollersou to Gen. Samuel Smith iu 1821). particulars nddrcta ivinnc , souniy, ry. ai 5(ti M.I' NKWCOMH, I'rsp., seuatora to an unseemly fury, which Mr. Jefferson, llho Mr. Blaine, uaw tho Tho Orlcrlnal Win. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Where your daughters wille tauKht hw ti beshows that they havo been baffled in their moral aspect of a liquor tas, ami ho tC;,Slmmon SL LouU, Prop'r come true women, at well as thoroughly instruct ! efforts to put film in a falsa position be- favored It on Banitary irrouiids. Vo M.A.Mrnmonal.lrer Medicine, Est'J -- fore tho people of tho country. Tue best quoto: !5l?y '" th " S Court oiriars J ( LOUIS SOHLEGBL, ellin, Prop'r A. Q.SImmonaUr. LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. they can do is to cry out and ask why ho er Hctfulutor, K.t'd by Zeilin tC0',,fnCCcddit,?,nttl t V.lVuV.oc.V Of hasjiot put in forco tho retaliation act of or on build them In walls lkeiim irasb M. A. S. L. M. haa for a? ear ItKV C I'OI'K, 1'resident, Address ii..w 1667 If there uro wrongs to bo redressed. 7hisky shall CUablo US to moot all our CU in VanArsdale ce lar an.lti ii i uiiuh !shj r, lleef orMKS. S C TRUKH1.AKT, . ' "I "Is.lUUlNIIS) is H' f HtMsKi Tho all suQoiout aujwer to this is "! Muttnii at all tune. V"r,l",;"CXlIAnACII,I.O.. ffairemeilts with mmoiualitv. - Vin-I;i- f Lady 1'rini.lpal ltlCIIMONU . JCV. j37 j. i: ho had more w Ldoia and prudence that tax a3 an article In a system of es iirTliEt SoL' Stomach, Etc. Mllierslnirx, ky 'V' rri ir. V i it IT. tvtor.M. k. "r:UP, fi. ' - I than tho makers of that act. 11:o act of else, I waa ouco glad to beo it fall, with S.I ti" M. -l L, A,lam.i,Tenn., write: "1 rhotojraphs in .1. K ft India Ink, Crayonall styles sues. Pictures in .J. M congress of last year threw tho wholo tho rest of tho system, which I couoidered iiuuiu nave oeen dead but and Witer Cdors. New de lor your Genuine M. A. Sim. responsibility upon him without defiulug as promaturo and unnecessarily introsi(ni in Kr iTies and Mats it s'ery low.pnces. tho limits of his action. That act care-full- y duced. Dut tho prostratiou of body and ffi FO 11 i Ml JKJ-excluded tho most cffectlvo and mind which tho cheapnesj of this liquor Is i rjf, rsstwaa cine, but It don't answer the direct modo of retaliation and undo spreading thiough the mass of our citizens mifnri county. I it impecjlblo to measure tho punish- now calls tho attention of tho legislator Dr. I!atln liotisht u f.irm in i 1IYopl(V FIA..sI. Itf (1r... t mi. a . ... nn .utslfti I unu psfi.(u In f nwssss si, .!. ia ...sll i i av m " 111. lias, nh ment by tho offenso. If Canadian fish- on n very diileieut principle. Olio of his nun ilii tnai un aviuv rin nine LONDON, KENTUCKY, cnuntv. at Uowl.iud. iV- - mile frum Stinford. ',..-- ? rrreivtila .i ing vesse's were to bo excluded from tho important duties is as guardian of thoso nl. i.r used half of ft, A VI Medicine, and have samo rights and privileges in our ports who, from causes susceptible of prcclso CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. ! no m $ ticitrr i.ivrr lork.!ike xo8 which cur fishing vessels claimed but did defiultlou, cannot td:o ecro of themselves. nin nun 'wnt .. uot bcciuo l:i Cutmdhui ports, It would Ono ncvrerrtil obstaclo to his M I '""'l' Du mon "fZcilln'! mixture. on butt, side, of tne Cmb Orchard pike It lies s Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. amouut to nothing. Such privileges r.ro ruin by self Intiulgcaio would ba u price and can be divided to suit purchasers. It is under of no value to them, raid thoy do not usl: beyond his competence, Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day and night good fence, well watered und in good repair .s n sanitary II N WAllK, Rowland Ky 4j for them. Tho privileges claimed wero meaburo. therefore. It b:;:::ei ono o'f Trains arc met by Polite I'orlersot this Popular f, not iicwrUod by tho treaty of ISIS, nad duty lu the public guardians." House. R.S MAUTIN. JNO M. fKKKIN therein is l I.o :'i;:rcocf tho mala controIlKOOHEAt), Kv MAV, I S3 7. versy. But if vo denied tho trading vesTin' Olit Ilouian. Albright .V Martin beg U inform their man) sels! of (V.uad.v entry to our ports under A great fano of honesty surrounds r friends and customers of the change in firm name tho cttstoivavy regulations, that would Thurcicn. Citizens who hato him nolitl to not bo a fair rctalatlon. brxiuto our cally gloat over his defeat of Gould. ReMARTIN & PERKINS, traCius Pssels nro v.jt ilonled tho ordi publicans uho ore not enough I uill deliver to regular custumcrs In Stanford and nary cimnjorci.il privileges iu tho port j t f wcinit) eter) morning The new firm hopes not only to mislaln the repu to leavo their party yet credit Canada. make many imold, lh, Ytl.hU rAVi MVMijjn Thurman with un equal and ! tatmn of thein thebut intends to of tobacco which urr provements manufacture In i.ll tl:!s contest tho couiso of the to all men with an houenty exact justlco which befits r. Accounts must ho paid at the close of each hccL; will be In the interest of our customers. We will iSss Z Ihwii c:.:inoiitly wise, saga-cloupw-'.-l- cl lui a public man called by whatever party devote special attention to our Natural Lent orunen custuiiier quiu p-?C;.:::! piv. k-- .t. t'.:r.: of tho mabrands of Kentucky's beat leaf. Thanking you f R K HARROW. 9 nano. It Is to bo hoped, then, that r COMPANY for p tst favors and asking for a continuation 01 jority it ll i senato s Lein narrow, Thurman will Impress many of Ids yours your tratle, we remain, Kcspeciiuuy par: s..v. i ".I costcupiible. They cannot 'l'h on sands of dollars worth cl Livery, hearers with tho truth that Is In PKRKINS MARTIN $eed and Sale Stable, yCm lcliiuto lLeuii:Ios by bluster und tho him. :hickt.':!s die every year frum ('hoi propOiindlii,.' of nl.3U-.v- l ijUintlous. Tho There Is hi tho American character inucli : a. It !: more fatal to rhickens tl an peoplo of t l:f.i etintry havo common sense of tho quality of martyrdom. It Is un. and an iif precis', .on of motives and tafo to count on n:i American dclug that V! other diseases combined. IJut the methods fur w'.iiati'sndi nien as Mr. Ill which U directly to Ma eelllsh Interest If discovery of a renieuy mat ft'sititvlv STANFORD, KY uiunds. Mr. SboiTOcn ..nd Mr. Halo do uot ho know It to bo wrong or unfair. Chi'.j ' has been made, and to be roti give tbetn rrdlt. 'lb . will pro the cago Herald. v.uvd of its efficacy only reuires .1 E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. tT.lghttorwT.id!io33 and tho , ti. I; trial a bottle is one ugh f'ti patiitUi.i of tho president's cottrnu nutl aii They Will. Imlctil. H "WtiSi IV B It is yiui ont hundred chickens. Iho pari' xn.Llp nud tLo disliijrtuuuus. Wlll,rnv eano man contend that Judno Hotel still maintains This old and iiBri of tlutv'f hlu oppononts. Ills met, Tlrafau Is olthor eafo or sound on tho anteed of If, after using XINGTON,KY. : y. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRCRS. lis high reputation, and its Proprietor is detrrmin. aago ouufmntx tho llcpubllcr.ii senators greatilobtio now boforo tho Anericati a ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in io-- ' a bottle, the buyer is not thorough!) I ON DO V, h uud thoy t an; "t get away from It auy , Voile ProsB (high tariff orsan). i, I he Muto in us or Attritsatisfied w ith it as a cure for Chicken r'nrc, Apittintinents, ui.ru tli.tu they liavo own ablo to Our guess Is that between O.OOO.COO ami ('holern, ays lor hire Daggage convened tst and it to the undeisigneri onOood turnouts and saddle horses nlumot conxen ion to liis I i tho isi:e whlcli 7,000,000 sano men will tontond that ho ,;et uwar fruai leturn reasonnblc terms London is the ll free of charge' Special accommodaI .tit. he fd upon the country iu both Bftfo and sound. Count tho imt (Mint on the railroad to reach pl.icei in the frum depot vofs tnd your money will be refunded tions to Commercial Travelers in the mountain section of the State. 10 last December. If usr.X Novcuiber and bee. Boston Globo lih aii.i ,d I'c-ul by McKoleru .V Siajf , Smnfurd. n -- thoy comply with his request in regard to retaliation they will havo to accept his position as right If they refuso to comply with It thoy will stand before tho country as not only blocking tho settlement of tho fishery troublo by treaty, but as preventing tho adoption of an elective and clearly defined policy of retaliation, which Is tho only alternative loft. Lot thum add this to their position of obstruction to tariff reform, and there can bo no question of tho judgment of tho pcoplo at tho coming election between this administration and its opponouts. Now York Times. President Cleveland, having been by tho rejection of tho fisheries treaty to tho posstblo necessity of adopting a policy of retaliation, asks congress for power to retallato In such kind that ho may niako tho blow tell without breaking his own fist or suffering from a counter blow. And tho Republican sonato ana Republican press appear to bo wonder-fulldisgruntled. After a while they will find out that Grover Is a dangerous man to fool around. IUiiladelphia Record. President Cleveland's message to congress places tho administration In n firm and resolute attltudo on tho fisheries controversy with Great Britain, and marks out a course of action for our government that cannot fail to command tho approval and support of tho American people. Tho rejection of the treaty lately negotiated changes tho whole facoof tho situation, and it is to tho now position of affairs that tho president courageously It was within tho addresses himself. power of tho senate, if it deemed tho treaty unsatisfactory, to havo it amended to suit itself. But the Republican majority, bent solely upon tho mannfacturo of a cheap variety of campaign thunder, determined to reject it in toto. Thev might. if they had aimed simply at tho patriotic ana useiui oDiect or securing an Honor-abland advantageous adjustment of tho disputed questions for American fisher-mon- , havo recast the treaty. That, how. over, was not at all In their lino. Tho interests of tho fishermen and of tho country must tako care of themselves, whllo thoy mado party capital out of this international episode Without making tho slightest effort to substitute better terms of settlement for those which tbey rejected, tho Republican majority in tho senato have practically refused to allow any settlement at nil to bo made. Our fishermen are thereby put back upon their original footing. It remits them back to tho treatv of 1818 r.nd o.poed to tho old and hostilo interpretation put upon it by tho Cauadlau authorities. Boston Globe. d y o Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The belt ulvc In the world lor cum, bruises, orei, ulcers, .alt rheum, fever rc, tetter, chap, ped Hands, chilblains, corn .tnd nil skin crup. tlonj, and ositlvely cures pile, or no pay required. It Ii iuarnnticd to niv perfect tatistac-tloor money refunded Price j$ cents per box For tale bv A R fenny, Stinford, K The Favorite Ao Mo F1DNNT9 "Mfi? - I&mSpSLs) v lr, trAriSlmrsZJrATUU Cough Medicine Ho Co BTUFILili:T9 itn M ERCH ANT TAI LOR AND SUMMER GOODS. K Hai-km- i hem-nr-'ut- in r SPRING be-if.- iu XCTMBER YAR3DI The Teacher 'cr's Pectoral, ' f'i ' trt General Debility. SB LOYD CO., i, ... o HII.TOJMiScDA'SrXS General MerchaiuliKe. ' K R l, n 1 ' . No. ar-- Washington Farm For Sale. ir. i j Moiitlay, Scptemlicr hI '88 Nervous Prostration, , Lebanon Planing Mill, Post-Dlspatc- WOOD WALLACE, Crab Orchard, nf;0hp7lf in 1, .r-i.-v- Ayer's Sarsaparilla, NEWCOMB HOTEL. FARM FOR FEMALE COLLEGE! in iTHAT FIGHT !,, BHICK TiE,) Jl i- Sj-t- ' ll bn'edorWJi m-a- ts PIIOTOGRAPIIEIl, o A Hd 'rrn iar r -- s V. ,' BBV1 m NICE FARM svsj SALE, inr-iil-li $ Cholera Cure! JACKSON HOUSE. S! W s Contaliiiiiir Acres mil . First-clas- 307-l- ice, ice. ice 3gr Jofier-fionlan- a At Two Cent Per Pound .vi.vi al s S? Z'4? h-i- N CREAM l$MMW$l 50-cen- ts mss8$mzw&ms yffl9tAsg-- well-kno- two-toird- s plc-NT- civ o lKt-ocg- r ssbss wwiiliwii --..