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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888090701 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. sy J Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. CRAB ORCHARD. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. DANVILLE, Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER BOYLE COUNTY. 7. d888. NO. 60. class m ruieviui'. Mr. Green It. Keller, editor of the Some new cases of typhoid fever in town, but none that promise to prove Carlisle Mercury, was in town Tuesday for the purpose of entering his son as a - Dr. V.. T. StcphiMison is at hnini) from serious. Mm. M. T. Craft is very sick. Mrs. student of Centie College. Mr. and Mis. tin1 Li'xlnntoii AhvIuiii. iiotrnetul Martha Fairis and Mrs. Lucy .1. Wil- Hobert llaiiu and IMinund and Alex, Mr. h Tho llaiitiHti liams weie in Louisville during the Ilium's sons left Tuesday for their new mi'i'ting nt PreuclierHvillo Siimluy. week. .Mrs. John Pearl has returned home in Denton, Texas. Mr. H. (J. Cliiuli-of AujiiiBt Mi. On tho liuslmtiil with u lino from a visit to relatives in (iarrardand Dunn left Wedncnday for Kansas City, ltw.il iiresi'iiti'd hor Madison counties. Mr. It. Hardin is where he has obtained a cleikship in a hoy. largo dry goods house. in about in Pineville on business. - - fjooil ileal of tin1 talk now A little year-ol- d child of Itufus The evening of leading, Monday, by isi to ho ln-rnext Satwhich the In the Hush's Store neighborhood, Miss Lilian Keenau and Mrs. A..S. Roburday. It litu liven pri'dicti'd thai thuro will was shot through the throat and mouth ertson, Jr., at the chapel of Caldwell by the accidental discharge of a gun on College, mils attended by an intelligent m much Hlckni'rtH hero afturniiuh n heavy Wednesday. Tho wound is a very seri- and appreciative audience. Iloth ladies rninfall. ous and probably fatal one, but the seemed perfectly at home before the footllWn wishing Mr. Will Curtl and family much fturowH in their new home child still lives Tho gun was being lights and showed throughout the most e.irelesslx handled hy some- one in the careful elocutionary training. Miss Keeat Lexington. After a few montlis' utay in 1'ine-vill- house when the accident occurred, the nau road Archie Dean, Mary's Night Hide, Hizpah, Aunt Tabitha and Little Mr. I). 0. Payne and family return- child being asleep on the bed. COL. JOHN 0. HODGES. Ijuirol Seminary and Business Insti- Mischief; Mrs. Robertson, Death of Lit ed here la.it week. -- The W. C. T. V. uii.Kioo.' Tenilarn tute opened Moudav under the most tle Joe, Too Iito for the Train, New Cure The above is a good picture of the edntlll meet every week, hut hoiiiu of the auspicious circumstances, the attendance for Rheumatism and Royal Princess. itor of the Lexington Observer, who was Some two months ago two boys pass- born 50 years ago at Cynthiana, where mouther do not attend as regularly iu being greatly larger than usual at the I few mouths ajro. What n the beginning of the term. Profs. T.A.I ays ing through tho woodland of Col. W. F. he lived till his 'JOtli year, attending tin thev did n and C.S. Lugi'iibeel, lately of the Mitch-el- l, Kvain, near tho Cincinnati Southern county academy and reading law with matter' I Ind.) Normal School, nn the prin passenger depot, discovciod the dead his father. In 1852 he entered Centre Mr. .1. M. ltiiiley, of Perryville, will Monday, cipal teachers and promise to build up a body of an elderly man lying under a College, from which he graduated witli at the Collect next open s institution of learning hero tree, witli his pipe, his handkerchief and honoiH three years later. He married with competent .iwUtiuttH. His and I trust tho good people of our coun- his hat lying beside him. The verdict of Miss Mary Messick, of Danville, in 1857, are tine and he is wild to he tho coroner's jury was that he died of and moved to Illinois, where he became ty will stand by them. nn excellent teacher. Died, at the lesidence of her hus- apoplexy, that he was an Kiiglishmau a horny-hande- d Imlien, in granger. Returned to ei(,'ht or ten of our (incut of both health and iiensure, walk band Wednesilay afternoon, of inflam- and that his name was Dr. A. 'Addison. Kentucky in 1 MW and becanle a memto the depot every uioriiiiii: oeioie mation of the stomach, Mrs. Martha A letter in one of his pockets showed ber of the Schoo'l lioard the following Row-lauyear, which reorganised the schools on hreakfant and drink the water at thentil-phu- r Horcing, wife of Judge Vincent lloreing. that ho was known to Dr. John T. of Loudon, Kuglaml, and that gen- tlte New York grade system. He had She had been an invalid for a number of well there. folthe distinction of establishing the tlrst Mr. Uple I.IiiiImv, who Is very old years, but not thought to be worse than tleman being written to, responds as , usual until a shoit time hufoioherdeath. lows: His letter is dated :'U .til.ton How, colored school in the Mate, May 20th, is and in "t alllieted with any W August --U lsi(5. since then his entire attention has just gradually wearing out. It Ih thnuKiit She leaves alo-- large family to mourn an S. Mrs. lloreing was a deDm it Sut: l cannot longer delay my been devoted to school and journalistic possibly la-- much longer. ii reparable i. that he cannot Miss Sallie (ireeii i down with the lltix. voted and excellent wife and mother and ansuei to your letter, although I have work, the latter on the Observer, which hail made not succeeded as yet in linding any of ho established in lsso and which has enMm. lr. Carpenter and children, of Stan-fon- l, a true christian woman, who Mr. .1. It. I'cavellV children, of many warm friends. Her death will he the relatives. The writer of the Cursitor abled him to do valuable service for the and regretted. street letter is not to ho found. I know former. He was chosen superintendent Ciarrard, have been the guests of Mm. widelv Mariied, in the parlors of tho Jack-so- u AildiMiu well and have assisted him in of Schools Sept. 1, 1SS0, and has been Jiiiiii-Pih. Mrn. Tatrant and Hotel at ! o'clock Tuesday evening, his dillicultios, which were brought on elected seven consecutive terms since by Alice Nii.ut MjHMit a few days with) Miss Kiln I'iloy to Mr. Sid A. Lovelace. by his conviction in Iindon fora misde- a unanimous, vote of the board. In 18S2 frhnds In D.uivllle. Mh hum Dooies left immediately for Louisville and meanor in purfoimiug an illegal surgical he was elected to the State Board of Edis spending this week in the country They Cincinnati on a bridal trip. Miss ltiley operation. He served his time, and his ucation and is still a member, lie orPari-di- . r, .Mks Leah Mrs. witli hersi-teoMest daughter of Capl. I 11. medical license being withdrawn, lie has ganized the state Normal School for colStegar left this week for (.ieoigetown IV-- . is the Deputy C S. Marshal and proprie- not looked up since. His wile deserted ored persons in lsstl, was t of its male College. Mr. Tom Middleton and' tor of the Jackson IIoiw, and is an ac- him and is I believe livingsoinewherein lioard of trustees two years and has refamily, of Danville, have been visiting complished, intelligent and iiidustiious Scotland under her maiden name, which cently been reappointed by Gov. Buck-no- r. cott I'arris. Mrs. A. Ilhinehart Mrs. will make a helpmeet I have forgotten. It is perhaps the most A democrat from his youth up, ho Pineville to live with her! young lady and has to indeed for the fortunate young man, happy result for the poor fellow, as he still continues steadfast in the faith. He son. Mr. J. T. Uhadwick and family while Mr. Lovelace, son of Mr. William could never have existed in any comfort is thoroughly devoted to his profession, have goiii to Tenncxce to Hpoiul a proprietor of the Lovelace in Kngland, or indeed, witli his habits, for which he has a decided talent, and to month with his parents. Mrs. Kllen Ivi'Iacet in . is vuuiik m. in uii .!...!...: .. any w here else. Kxcepting one fault, he the advancement of the common school uouse, ui: uiiBiiii.-.'wand Jier daughter, M.o II, , , . was a very decent fellow and an exceed- - system, believing that the power of the aiiammeius, ucing a unuiiiiiie in were the guests of Miis I)uana .lames. School of Pharmacy, and is at ingly good physician. I am greatly one can make the other the grandest Mrs. W. M. Higgius. Mrs. . D. Hopper prescription clerk in tlte drug to you for your communication Utitution in the world. Col. Hodges is a and children, of Stanford, wen the guests present store of Vincent lloreing it Co., this city. and am, dear sir, faithfully yours, num 0f tine presence, courteous and alia- of Mrs. Kate Kgbcrt Wednesilay. The best wishes of a host of warm friends John T. Row land. hie, and made a good impression on the attend the young couple. members of the Press Association at its HUSTON VILLE. Where 0. R. Francis Was Born. recent meeting at Danville. n the Kditor of the Interior Juurnal MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. In consequence of the enforced abYou will allow me tosetsome of our, sence of vour correspondent, and the J. P. Hani, of Pulaski, came over people exactly right as to the nativity, of the Ivtkiiioii Jot it m. of good old tow n seems to be j the line yesterday and took to wife Miss A.C., of David Rowland Francis, demoTuesday, our I). Ham's. cratic nominee for Governor of Missouri. languishing. A hasty visit Wednesday Lucy C. Meece, at J. and Miss Mary John (.'. Uritlin, He was Isirn in tho town of Richmond, ' afternoon revealed unusual ilulluess ol K. Ham, H, were married at tho bride's Ky., at the house of Ids grand father, business. Waynesburg yesterday. David Irvine Rowland, Oct., 1850. He W The sad event of the death Jos. Page, patents' near Croyal rasas At the Lutheran church, Ottenheim, is governor by inheritance, because his a young man of universal popularity in Mr. Solomon Hauerand Miss father, whom we all know here, was his noighlMirhood, fell with crushing yesterday, Many a tear Minnie Hertliardt, of the colony, were governor before him, and his mother weight on old and young. united in marriage. was Mrs. Gov., anil they brought up the "from eyes unused to weep" bedewed his three young men of their house "in the bier; Moral oll'erings from loving hearts CHURCH AFFAIRS. way they should go." He is closely re- -' and gentle hands in largo profusion beRev. I.S McKhoy is conducting a lated to all tho Irvine, Broaddiis and, his sepulchre; many heads weie decked bowed in grief, and his boyhood's friends successful meeting at I'liion, Clark coun- Francis families of .Madison county. His immediate kindred in this section are' vied witli each other in tenderly laying ty. Rev. tSeo. O. Ramos has accepted an Sidney V. Rowland, Esq., of Danville, His aged father, crushed by him to rest. his uncle on his mother's side, and Mrs. his great bereavement, himself tottering invitation to conduct a series of services Dr. Joseph Pettus, of Crab Orchard, his Knquirer. Cincinnati on tho verge- of dissolution; his weeping in Dayton, Ky. Rev. John Hell Gibson writes that aunt on his fathei's side. Mrs. Walter loss of her slater overwhelmed by the Dantrue ami steadfast friend; the young peo- he will till his pulpit next Sunday, hav- Saunders, now Mrs. Joe Cotley, of ville, and Mrs. Wm. Billion, of Crab ple of both sexes, who thronged around ing completed his Hloomlleld meeting Orchard, ate his own cousins, and he is the burial place in voiceless sorrow, pre- witli good success. The Christian church at l'rankfoit remotely connected to Mrs. Tim Penpeculiarly touching, sented a spectacle I and gave striking evidence that "Joe intends to celebrate the centennial of Al- nington and Mrs. James W. Alcorn. comes dislike to take up bo much time and Pago" was sincerely loved and in his exander Campbell's birth, which space writing about this yovng man, and of September. death will bo unatloctedly mourned and on the Thin powder neer anes. A mar el ot purity Rev. J. C. Tolton, the only colored only do so to settle a dispute as to ids (trength and whleiomenesi. More economical missed. nativity, and to remind his admirers than the ordinarv Lindi. and Cannot be told in celCatholic priest in the United States, competition with the multitude of low teit, ihort Not Affected by Age. w eigm umy ebrated High Mass and Vespers at the that his family made him, instead of him cans aium or pnoipnaie powucrv auiu Co., in Koial Hakino I'owork making his family, for among all tho Sonio old specimens of Royal Baking Cathedral in Louisville Sunday. Wall Street. New York. loo number of his numerous kindred there Powder that had been kept on tho shelf A revival at Hogtown, Rowan coun J. 11. Mii.i.ki:. of a grocery store for ten years were ty, has resulted in i.i additions. in:s is not a single fool. tested by Ptofessor Schedler, of delectable town has the honor of being Columbus discovered America, but it SURGEON Now York, for the purpose, of measuring the birthplace of Craig Tollivar. took Ganter to discover a magic chicken loss of strength they had undergone. tho STANFORD, KY. Rev. J. A. Sawyer having charged Sold It was found that although tho powder Dr. Guerrant with proselyting, the two cholera cure. Stagg. "no euro no pay"2tby Otlice on Lancaster street, in rora recently & by I)r V. II Penny had been exposed to atmospheric- chang- aro now engaged in a war of words, in- McRoberts during all this time for it was not in stead of trying to save souls. es Ebon I laynes Bhot and fatally woundair-tigcans its loss of raising power Rev. R. II. Caldwell will preach at ed his cousin Hill at Sloan's Valley, Puor strength was less than one per cent., Walnut Flat Tuesday evening next. laski countv. tho powder being practically as good as There will bo no services on the !ld Sun35 Syrup of Flgi tho day it was put up. day, as ho will bo attending Presbytery. Two mllei South ot Stanford on Nctl'i Creek This is a most valuable, quality in bakOur meeting at Sugar Grove goes on. Is Nature's own true laxative. It is the Addrci me .11 Carlisle, Ky. W.CUAIG. ing powder, ono which fow possess. Most Fifteen confessions to date. Great inter- most easily taken, and the most effectivo powders If not used when tlmt made aro est is manifested; largo crowds, notwith- remedy known to Cleanse tho System found to be ineilectlvc. If kept even a standing the Inclement weather. J. G. when Bilious or Costive; to diipel Headfew weeks they losotheirlcavoning pow- Livingston. aches, Colds, and Fevers ; to Cure Habitliavo opeued a butcher shop at Rowland in er, become lumpy or caked, and valuehou and the The Deciples of Christ's Year Hook ual Constipation, Indigestion, Files, etc. tho Ferrill Store all kinds ot am prepared to furnish case with n m)st, fish and less. This is particularly tho pub ic with 0,447 Manufactured only by the California Fig As heretulore 1 wi I continin their kmvjii. "brcttd preparations," or baking powders for KS8S shows 3,'JtKI preachers, ue running "y wajon delivering me.it to my cusmade from phosphates. churches, 020,000 communicants. They Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. tomers iti Stanford and ichitty. M. F. ELKIN. This superior keeping quality in tho have 4,500 Sunday-schoolVi.tf !U,:i40 teachFor sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. ariscH from tho extraordinary "Royal" m scholars. caro in its manufacture and tho scientific ers and 818,000 Miss Aimn VU is twiu'iini: nnisic CLOTHING ! FOR ONE WEEK ONLY! EXTRAORDINARY hi-jji- s, i) CUT WITHaSEARF AX IN TWO. tlrst-clas- reeom-inendatio- ni COMPELLED TO SELL OUT! The time to Leave Approaches Very-Fast. d, dim-ace- 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 only 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 300 pair Pants at of cost 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 tDry Goods House of ! w ! Mi' Hi-le- pro-ddi-n- I j s ! ti 1 non-arriv- j j V '-'l, j two-third- ' 11! - AKlH POWDER Absolutely Pure. l'-'tli ly A. S. PRICE, DENTIST, LEE V. HUPFMAX, SURGEOX DENTIST, KeSTTCKV. OtTice south side Main, two doors above Depot St. STANrjKD, NOTICE ! TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Hating recently equipped a fine Roller Mill ia the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal in quality of flour, we think the citliens ot the county should have county pride enough to patronize and sustain the lame. U'e wish to inform whom it may concern that we are in tho market to buy your wheat and corn and will always give the highest market price for same. We have added some new machinery to our corn meal department and can now make meal to suit any person. It cannot be equalled by any other mill in this vicinity We solicit a trial in our flour and meal departmeut. All having grain in our line for sale will please call at the Mill, where our agent will be found at all times, who willgtve the best prices for same, llran and shipstuft always W. N. POTTS, in atock. Supt., Stanford Roller Mill Co 151 tf, - - - FOB. SALE. House and Acres Iand NEW BUTCHER SHOP. 1 oys-te- LOOK OUT 51 I Headquarters on Lancaster street for all kinds of Froh Vegetables, Fruits, Candles, llutter and Eggs, Fresh Cakes, Rolls and Fancy Groceries of all kinds Also on this street we keep all kinds of drinks that we are allowed to keep " J.T.HARRIS. To the Farmers of .West Lincoln, Casey and Elsewhere. s, principles employed in its combination. The articles used in it composition aro thoroughly dried by heat before being compounded, and aro so prepared and coated as to prevent tho action of the n,.i,i nt.nn tho alkali tirematurely, or ex- copt under the inlluenco of heat or water necessarily used in cooking or bak ing. Tho Hoval Making Powder is now used extensively In Australia, Africa and othit has er low latitudes, wherepovde--h- been found will to bo the onlv baking withstand tho hot, moist atmosphere without deterioration. at An Elegant Subitituta Big Winnie, who weighed 8 it) in life, For oils, salts, pills, and all kinds of bitter, died at a Baltimore museum Tuesday, nauseous medicines, Is the very agroeablo and it took a collln 3 foot 11 inches clear liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. Recin length, l feet 8 inches in width and 3 ommended by leading Physicians. Manufeet 2 inches in depth to hold her refactured only by the California Fig Syrup mains, and they had to bo handled with Company, San Francisco, Cal. a derrick. By measurement it was found For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. that 8 nion and a boy could get inside Will you in Iter with l)ytpcsia and Liver Com the box. Tho woman was a Kentucky plaint! Sliitoh't Vltaliier it guaranteed to cure production and was the mother of 10 A: A' ELLIOTT INSTITUTE! KIRKSVILLK, KY. FOR MALES AND FEMALES. Next tension opens Auirust 7, 1 333 tion thorough, including Latin, Greek, Instruc- tuition per Month French and Hoard per Week German, 00 to 4 00 4 co 2 00 3 00 llook-kccpt- fa 75 Instrumental Music per Month children.. Stagg, Stanford ; Crow McKohcrti McKinney; K. W.Jpnei, Crab Orchard. you, Co. Drawlnj per Month Painting per Mcnth MILTON KM.IOIT, Principal. Addres, Kirktville, Ky, j4 tf Having leen authorued by Mr. C C. VatiArs. dale, nronrietor of Hustonvllte Roller Mills, as his agent for the purchase of wheat iu this section of country, I call with confidence 00 my old and tried THE FLORENCE friends of the farming public to see me before engaging their crops elsewhere. Having beeli in tho trade about twenty years, I am familiar with the business. I feci warranted, therefore, m the declaration that I will bo able to facilitate the I have bought the right to sell the Florence transfer of your crops to the advantage of all conWashing Machine and am now prepared tofurnish cerned, J.U.GREEN. j all who may wish to save their clothes from the rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of washing. Take oue and try it and ba convinced. I'll not worry you about buying unlets you are fully satisfied as to its merits. The uudersigned have purchased the Florence IV) ton Einbrcc, a resident of Stanford, Ky., Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we died on the 4th day of May, 1333, leaving considerable estate for distribution among his heirs. The take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, decedent had three listers, Kllzabeth, Mary and and without hesitation' pronounce it a success in ar iSij. e cry particular, doing all that Is claimed for it: Dolly, who left this county about the Wm. Daugherty, J W. Wallace, Dr. Uourne, F.lizabeth and Marv when last heard of were liv luir in this State and In that portion known as Mrs S. P. Salter. A. C. Sine, Hill Perkins, Lewis " Dolly when last heard of was a Dudderar, J. K. Lynn, L. L. Dawson, C, Vatoy, ' The Purchase Mrs. Amanda Peak, George Peyton, Alex Holts-claresident of Kansax. Any person having any C. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. as to the present residence of the above named parties or their heirs, will pleale write to E. Harrow, A. M. Kcland and many others. M.F. ELKIN. me at Stanford, Lincoln county Ky. Headquarters at S. S. Mers store. JOHN M. HAIL, Kxecutor. 47 WASHING MACHINE HEIRS WANTED. fajui, Mg hi-- ..i n ,. w t 4 " ii I' n il in inT iinitu .i.ii'i Hi . I it laliwMinif il - fit n ""' """'" ' ' " " "" - win. -- .i -.- - ii r - M-j- a. i - i fin ,M riTi-i- ri wtvmiri9uwrtHpmiihimvk IB HjQjiS&J .iTiii?.;iL n... VVK iFM iil. vuwu -amfc-f- ci I Y T NPK Ki KNB 'v..r!,n. uLvivtuj Stanford, Ky., Seitemijek V. 7, 1888 P. WALTON. nl A iiisiuTi'ii in the Couricr-Journpays that Judge Finloy met Gen. Wol-for- d in joint debate at 1 lardy ville, Hnrt county, and Pinley's speech wan so coarse and vulvar and so abounded in oaths, tha. nil the ladles in the audience went home in the midst of his ravings. His attack upon Cleveland and Carlisle was beyond the bounds of reason, and unfit for publication. He got so mad finally with Wolford that ho told him to go to hell, but the general grinned and licked out his tongue in that comical manner peculiarly his own, and drawled out, "No, I believe I'll go to Congress instead." If the half told of Finley's speech is true, and we have no reason to doubt it, ho is so disgustingly low nnd vulgar as to place himself outeide of the consideration of decent people. .,.. ti... .i,.,USmiley&Son. .wiv wvinvv-nutoutlook is improving every day. Cleve of feeding cattle at 4J its Bowling & Son sold 200 breeding land's lato uiesago has electrified the indeed to bo a '.Man ewes at $3.75 per head. A Scott county country. He seems of Destiny,' an I opportunities tiro fur- man bought in Owen 12 extra suckling Our mule colts at $(0. Times. nished him whenever needed. Bryant A McCiay Mild 2:5 medium we will carry JNew friends here think mules at $.S3. A McClintock York, Indiana, New Je:ey, Michigan, withdrew 42 work mules Monday at California and Connecticut." $117. A few feeding cattle changed Tub democrats increased their majori- hands at 3J to 4. Pails News. ty in Arkansas to IW.OOO. Col. Eagle is We nre in receipt of an invitation governor elect, and his wife, who was from Secretary A. D. llodgersto attend Miss Mary Oldham and well known the 2d annual meeting of the Christian here, will preside with easo and dignity County Driving Park, Oct. (, which s in the mansion provided for 'dm. They he assures us shall be in every do say that to her whining manners and particular. great popularity is due much of the po Leonard it Gentry, of New Orleans, litical success of her distinguished hus- bought two of good band. mules from Joe C. Phillips at SIM) per As Montuomkiiy's majority in the pri- head. They also bought of other parties Lebanon mary is well onto 1,000 over Clements in several head nt $105 to $200. , the 1th district, we don't see much room Standard. Morelaud & Lee sold on Saturday 40 for kicking by the latter or his friends, nice feeders to Isaac Vanmeter, of Clark, who are howling fraud. at 4 J cts. per jiound. Fox & Uice sold at NEWS CONDENSED. Monticello last week a load of cotton year's suicides in Paris number mules to various parties at $S5 to $125. The v- 4 At the cose of ...,:, ft private cttcr.Gov. .uoreiimu i i.ve, ui nuyie, uuiigiiiui the kindest treatment of this county, a car-loa-d Better friends 1 know at your hands. I will never find. That health and prosperity may wait upon every one of you, is my earnest wish. I shall never foiget you. W. T. West has Mild his farm of 13.1 acres to Henty Lano, of Bell county, for $45 per acre. Possession given January 1st, but Mr. West has touted the farm from Lano for the year 18Si. 5 FALL GOODS I They are Coming Daily. T :!-- 15. O. McLean Mild his farm of 210 acres to Mr. Turner and son, of Bell, for per acre, possession given January 1st. pike, These lauds lie on the Sugar Ca-eabout four miles from town and aie very cheap at the pi ice. FAIRS BOOTS AND SHOES RQoieved Yesterday. first-ch- N00E NOMINATED. The Prohibitionists Name Him After Bro. Montrjomery Declines. car-loa- A.XTD J. II. Stephens bruoghta lot of Kan sas productions along with him, which $7,324,075. A laughter of Henry Gibson, aged nro hard to beat. He left a watermelon at this olllce and he had a 13, is dead at Somerset. , peanuts, James Breathitt has been nominated wagon load of beats, snua-diR2 etc., of tremendous and unheard-o- f sizes in the 2d district. by the republicans Judge Montgomery's majority over and qualities. But Brer. Stephens very Clements for Congrebs in the 4thisabont naturally prefers to be back here, where 700. things grow large enough, if not so large ed: Judge L. B. Morris has been nomi- as in Kansas. The prohibitionists of tho Sth congresnated for governor by the democrats of Proctor Knott won the Futurity at sional district in convention Connecticut. Coney Island, just as Lucien Lasleysaid do hereby declare as the sense of this The boiler in the Perry Stove Works he would; distance j of a mile; time meeting, at South Pittsburg, Tenn., exploded, kill- 1:151; Salvador 2d, Galena '.'A. The stake I, We acknowledge Almighty God as ing five persons. alono was worth $50,000 and there is no the rightful sovereign of all men, from Hon. Wm. Merrideth, who twice telling how much his owners had backed Whom the just powers of government represented Warren county in the Leg- him. This puts his sire, Luke Black- are derived and to Whose laws human islature, is dead. burn, over $20,000 in the lead of winning enactment should conform, as an absoAlfonso Sapp stabbed his brother, sires this season. lute condition of peace, proserity ami Tom, twice,"while returning drunk from Good crowd at J03 New land's sale hippiucss. the circus at Lebanon. Wednesday. Household furniture and 2l, We reatlirm allegiance to the Na The Commercial Club at Louisville farming implements sold well. Dairy tional Prohibition party platform, and Flour-IIar-rc- ls Molasses-- , Sugar- is to have its own building, nine stories cows from $15 to $35.50. Horses $50 to favor legislative prohibition of tho imhigh and costing $350,000. $124; pair work mules $330; eom in the portation, transportation, manufacture The government received $13,522,185 field $1.07 to $1.27; wheat 70 cents at the and sale of all alcoholic beverages and for the sale of 24,4S5,S33 acres of public thresher. Store in Preachersville bold at the enforcement thereof by olllcials thors land during the last fiscal year. cost of goods. Seven sows oughly in sympathy witli the principles Three negroes, nccused of murder nnd pigs $12.75 for sows; 40 choice hogs of the party. Swoi-spent an hour or two at and arson, were taken out of jail at Ox- $5.04 jier cut.; shoats $3.00 per head. Col. 3, That weherebvendorsetheaction of CUEAiM IticiiMOMi Couut. Carpenter & Tal-- 1 the National Convention at Indianapolis Paris Monday lauding the g. o. p. and ford, N. C, and hung by a mob. Davidson & Seelbach have extended hot t sold 11 head mules, ex-- i in nominating Gen. Clinton B. Fi.sk and abusirg the democratic party, but when . . - .rt Covington, got through their contract for the lease of the Pluenix ira nne, in pairs, ni ..rrt w ?.'u. wom John A lnMU f()r pre(i(k.nt um vJco. Mr. Hallam, of with him, it is said he wasso rattled that hotel, Lexington, to 1S90 at $VJfiOO a 250 common cattle on the market, 175 of pregjcntf nil,i lhe ,u,mineeof this changed hands at 2J to 3 cents. ..,.,., i,.,.. lltlll ..... i in his o0 minutes rejoinder ho could year. ,,...... ..f nv MVIVIM ..l...!....,! Will MII 'tV.WU 11 The Merchants and Mechanics Bank Fifteen yokes of cattle mjKI at $50 to $!X. hardly speak. The colonel ought to give hearty support Owensboro this week and its Thirty mules and horses changed hands, up the scuttled old ship and let her go opened at 4, The existing conijietition of the two ,Wn n nnipklv as possible, for she is "wuviuutu ueposus u.e nrsi nay ran P the mules at $1)0 to $100 and the horses old parties for the liquor vote is a great to at $150 to $225. Wheat sold at 75 cents. bound to go. w oK There is not much complaint of it being peril to our nation; experience liasHhown recdvea that any party not openly opined to The Mt. Sterling Sentinel says that ' votes for Appellate Judge and has just spoiled. Climax. the traffic, will enga e in this coinH't1-tio- n Judge Day has 2,000 relatives in the 10th been declared elected by the State Board T. R. WALTON'S. and will court the favor of the crimLANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. district and most of them are democrats, of Examiners. inal classes, will baiter the public moi- Lucius J. Hendce, for Co years who will ride or walk all day or night to Miss Jessie Sweeney, of Owensboro, als, the purity of the ballot and every NICE CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS his interests. It is hoped that j ident of the Etna Insurance Co., Hart-the- y is visiting her uncle, Mr. J. G. Sweeney. trust and object of good government fo'r will go right to riding or walking at ford, Conn., died in that city Wednes-onc- e Mrs. Park, of Irvine, and Miss party success. T. R: WALTON'S. e ucciare mr sucn legislation as ), and lift the district entirely out of day, aged 72 years. Brown, of A rkansjis, are visiting at Mr. will ;,,:.. ty.,1.1 f Tmis. piotect and pntifv the ballot and the the doubt which hangs in some degree UUI IllilU "i;.u 4.1fe'IU AW. v., v. ....- a.AlC? i E. Brown's. punishment of all iversons who buy or ana, couldn't stand the sight of her lover over it. & Samuel Harris, Sr., and Samuel Har- sell votes. escorting another girl to church, so she ris, Jr., went to Louisville to see the (i. We are in mmnathv with evorv ef The Emperor of China rejected the went ofi'and committed suicide. T. R. WALTON'S. fort of the laboring man to improve his great parade Wednesday. treaty restricting immigration of Chinese moral, social and financial condition ami democratic Hag pole at The 120-foThe fall school, under the manage- declare that total abstinence for tho ininto the U. S., whereupon Congressman Richmond fell and broke in five pieces, ! ment of Misses Anderson and Brown, dividual and prohibition of tha liquor Scott, of Pennsylvania, introduced a bill but a taller and heavier will take it.s bids fair to be the best public school ever trallic by the State and nation lies at the Fifty one A.rt of am), mottly in excluding the Mongolians altogether and plate. Senator Harris presented the with very threshold of labor reform. taught hole. iraall houte on it, 4 milct Cib Orchard I'ikc. making it unlawful for those who have huge flag. 7, We favor a liberal and complete Miss M. F. Smith lias accepted a po- system I K WAl.lON Tcrme4y. lived here before to return, wlrich went Corneilison succeeded on his 10th sition as clerk for C. W. Sweeney. Mio great of education. Wo rejoice in the and s' "sful work of the Wothrough the House like n clap of thun- application for a writ of habeas corpus Temperance Union, ami is a fine saleslady ami deservedly jnipu-Ja- r. man's Christi der. commend them for their wisdom and in getting one night's freedom on a bond If atxwc Ii not ulil I Kill 11 lit llic hMe at a Gus Iuie has sold his blacksmith consecration, as shown in their organized Gov. McCueaky's speech on the Re- of $5,000, but he was returned to jail rcaMnable ftjmt. 1 K. WALTON. attack on the many great evils, and esshop to G. S. Greenleaf and will migrate pecially the liouor'trallc, taliating Bill was a splendid exposition next day. and we hereby Near Paladora, Ka., the vigilantes to Illinois, where there is more money assure them of our sympathy and of tho question, which elicited not only af- and better pay. much applause but brought him a bush- attacked a camp of horse thieves and ,S, V have lost all hope of reaching Mrs. S. L. Ashley has sold her house ter a desperate fight, 17 of the latter were el basket full of beautiful flowers four me di'siioa ends Herein set lortti at the feet tall from his fair auditors. The flo- found to be killed, and 3 killed and 0 and lot in Lancaster for $1,300. This is hands of either or both of the two old a oargain, iiiojol ueing one oi tlie most parties. We therefore desiie and invite ral tribute was afterwards expressed to wounded of the former. ' -- Mike Ford became intoxicated, laid desirable in town.. the aid of all persons who favor the ob- Mrs. McCreary at Richmond. heiein expressed to rally with us John R. Farra has accepted a posi- -' j1' down on the railroad track ntCrawfords- tion with C. W. Sweeney. He is at pros- -' l,J.jlIl!2IMI,,,M,rt f "r n,uio""1 nml Slat Ix common with the, outside world, ville, Ind., to sleep and was waked up who read the papers of that city, we aro by a freight train running over his left cut wearing his nrm in a sling, having "p'rhat our object being the legal n thrown from a horse. prohibition of the liquor trallic in State glad that the Owensboro municipal elec- leg and severing it from his body. with tion is over, even if Mayor Joe Leo was Sam Scanlan, a drunken husband, Ifthokettlo now being used as a nil(' nation, we can not Poh'.ti(,l that refuses to make town bell is not soon replaced there w ill reelected by 17 over Urey Woodson's killed his wife and then himself at I declaration of the same purpose. There preference. The editor made a gallant because of jealousy. She had be enough lunatics in Lancaster to fill fnrn wn ,1,.,.,.. u fight, though, and for nearly a month been a prostitute, but was leading a vir several more asylums. The sound is and to ourselves to nominate candidates for every office to be filled by the voteof tuous life ami gave him no ground for it. simpiy norriuie shot it to him right and left. Miss Bettie Miller has opened her , lh?ft,,eul'!';' Despite his announcement that he lik tltn nvikuntit utiii..1.. ,ui In 12 States which have held elections did not wish to bo returned to Congress, private school. ci... has been teach- between the republican and democratic since 1884, the democracy has a gain of Hon. Wm. L. Scott was unanimously ing nero several years aim nas justly parties over the tanll as insincere and 210,400. In only three States, MinnesoWediiesday by the democrats earned a reputation second to none as a Hive. both parties professing "tariff ta, 1,032, California 13,050 and West Vir- of the 2(!th Pennsylvania district, no teacher of the youug. rc'fon"' ""'n".!""' struggling in Con- ginia 0,027, have the republicans made other name for a moment being considi,...,...i.. .j :111 Hij, ...., ..... Kress and out of Congress simply to get -- i .ivj.n.1 . Huji nuii,- voieSi ii... gains, the total being 21,009. In Iowa ered. Charles bite, who was sentenced to 11, That, in choosing between two alone the democratic gain was GS,2SHand Hon. Mark Smith, delegate from Ar tho penitentiary for 11 years for killing evils wo choose to take neither. in Michigan 50,582. Hon. Alex Lusk named KIder J. Q. izona, fins been renominated by thedcin Jack Grimes, lias lieen given a now- ocrata. Mr. Smith is a Kentuokian of hearing and is now out of jail on a bond Montgomery for Congress in a flowery Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, The opening of the Louisville Fall speech, which was seconded and ho was the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over Celebration was a magnificent success whom it was said by Gov. McCreary that of $1,000. Mr. MontPete Hampton, tho jolly driver of unanimously nominated. ho disappeared from the view of his Kenof the procession both in the make-u- p gomery, to his credit, be it said, declined and tho crowd which witnessed it. There tucky friends for three weeks and when the 'bus between Lancaster und Stan- to accept it, though he acknowledged is the right man in the right place. were 500 splendid floats and it took them next heard from was a Delegato in Con- ford, C.-He is always on time, is polito and ac- tho distinction in appropriate woids. gress from Arizona. an hour or more to pass a given point. commodating and a good fellow general- S'ome 0110 then nominated J. A. Nooe, of Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better The celebration will last off nnd on for a FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ly. May his continue to en- Mercer, and said that ho would accept, grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles month. made for the large. though not present. Wo tried to find December wheat sold in Chicago Millard Rout thieshcd 108 J bushels out who Mr. C.viii.isi.u missed tho connection Mit. ooo was, but nobody trade. Oome and see our goods before making your selections. of wheat from a acre field, being 52 seemed to Xooo him. Tho nuostion of to Lynchburg and tho Virginians tho op- Saturday at 051. Foa Sale. 200 mountain Ewes Cat- - bushels per acre. Them wcre also 99 finance w;as then discussed nnd commit- You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. portunity of listening to tho great Ken-tuckishocks of com in the field when ho sow- tees appointed to raise and dispciibo ron it Xunnelley. cxposo the fallacies of tho repubA. T. Nunnelloy sold to Conrad, of ed the wheat, tho space occupied by them, and the convention nt4 o'clock adlicans 0i tho robber, protective tariff. It 30. which amounted to at leastono-fourt- h of journed. is hoped that a second appointment will Whitley, 125 ewes nt $2.95. A trade of $0,000,000 annually in an acre. Next! Thero were just two dozen of them MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. result more successfully. Well, Mess, editors, compositors, cor- and but l of tho 1!1 counties represented. mules is made in St. Louis. The sincere sympathy of tho editorial W. R. Carson k Son sold to J F, respondents, devil ami readers of the Mr. J. J. Curd, of,' Mercer, who is a fraternity will bo felt for Mr. Enimett G. Cash a brood mare for $125. Joun.VAi., I bid you farewell for neighbor of Nooe, says ho is n ' man of Logan, of the Louisvillo Times, who is W. R. Carson k Son bought of Ad tho present. Stick to tho I. J., practice good education, a farmer, a fair speaker called upon to mourn tho loss of his eld- Bosloy a combined horse for $150. tho religion preached by Bro. Barnes, and a popular gentleman. er nnd only brother, Ben II. Logan, for Mrs. Henry Baughinan sold to T. E. vote tho democratic ticket and happiness Our prohibition friends aro sly, devilthe last few years a resident of Christian Wood 7 1,070 pound cattle at 4 cents. is not only youi-- hero, but hereafter. ish sly. They know that Mrs. Niold is county. G. A. Lackey sold to Judge Walker, "Mo judice." their best drawing card, so thoy advertisI take this method of bidding fare- ed lior to speak of Garrard, a mare mule colt for 100. heie yesterday, so as to Ik the Mills bill becomo a law consumTho Stanford Roller Mills bought 30 well to my friends in Lancaster and Gar bring tho paoplo to town, but unfortuers will save $23,000,000 annually on sus of wheat in Garrard at SO cents rard county. I came anioung you 11 nately tho lady was taken sick and could gar alono and $2,225,000 on rice. A. C. on tho cars. yea i s ago and luivo received nothing but not come. system is entirely in favor of the capitalist, and against the laboring man. Take for instanco the case of Carnegie, the Scotchman, who is clearing a million nnd a half a year tinder it. He has 4,000 employes whose aggregate wages are less by $100,000 than his profits. They average probably n dollar a day, while ho receives $.".72 each minute and $4,120 So each day of ten hours the year round. "Will the laboring men vote to continue a system which increases the price of everything they have to buy and enriches the favored few at the expense of the many ? Altiiouoh the republican majority in Vermont fell short of their estimated majority by 10,000, with practically no democratic opposition, they are crowing like they had achieved a great victory. It would bo fully as foolish for the democrats to crow over carrying Kentucky as for the rads to do so over Vermont, which has never gone democratic since 1820, when the democratic candidate was the only man running. The debt reduction last month was ' The advantages of the protective tariff 7,572. Danville Advocate. The Prohibitionists held what they called a District Convention yesterday afternoon in the county court-roobut only a few of the counties were represented. At 2:30 the body was called to order ami Mr. P. L. Simpson made chairman, which honor he accepted in a short speech of thanks. YV. B. Hansford was then chosen secretary. A committee on resolutions, consisting of Elder J. . Montgomery, Alex Lusk, J. J. Curd, Mr. Cooke, G. P. Waters mid Bon Tinsley was appointed and during its retirement Mr. C. E. Powell, the promising son of (.'apt. Powell, responded to a call for a speech. The committee then rcjorted the following, which were unanimously adopt- TRUNKS &TIFT SOFT In All Sizes and VALISES Fxioes. I t - From the Cheapest Gingham to the ,'FIiicHt SntcciiM nnd SllkH, in Xnturral Stick or Gold IlnndlcN. UMBRELLAS POCKET To Suit All. BMUC1ID & M'BOBDMT w. Good nnd Clean nnd for Sale Cheap. T. It. Walton. ICE FREEZERS two-third- -- ., T. R. WAITOIT'S. T. It. WALTON'S. I i. con-whi- Extracts for Ice Cream I J Wj r ELEGANT GREEN TEA pres-advan- -- i n.. iii. A Fruit Jars Sealing Wax FOR SALE 1 11 !, FOR RENT! pro-bee- Lou-isvill- o, I Irty ,..,.... BUGGIES, CARRIAGES J. bay-windo- w c" -- an GEO. WE&RENT, IWCAWG'H. TflHFQM PIMIEG MILLC0 SINE, Superintendent. car-load- Mouldings, Brackets, Scroll Work, Frames, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Veranda Work, Etc. Flooring, Sidings, Celling, Finishing Lumber, V mrff- - . Semi-Week- Cam, nt S. II. .Shnnkh' niul tea tliu nuw J. N. Mr.si:n:i: lias bought tho livery ' charged the grand jury in the nbhunco of stable on K'pot stivut belonging to Hen- - (Judge Morrow, who arrived in th goot.H lie is dully lvceivin;.'. ry naug'hinau's esUite, and will probably noon. Among the cases dispone Foit Hunt. Xi'tv Iioiihu on Whitley 11111 to '1 hursdav we notice .lack Isakeryets it iiiiii-i- f. a. MannKor Struct, Stanford. Aiiiily to W. 1'. Mo ' " 11 i'2') line and 10 davs for pistol carrying. , ; Clary. Ct.u I.u.1. s l.rcat Circus and Menng-- , (Jwj Tiiu.kt.r M( Kmu) ... ..... .. erie win snread its tents on the lot of I. ,...,. this unfi'ht and Stanford, Kv., StlTKMHKli 7, 1SSS Tin: H. ftO. Kxpri-hsloiy Conway pays 5- -'. lor liquor selling. .. .11, urn oppose Mrs. Shanks, i...,...,. M Wn) Hoan nm, Th (live it atrial. A. T. Xunlhe street parade wi I l,e at 10 and the iiullcy, ap'iit. Snh To n balloon ascension immediately after-- 1 v,lfJ ,,,,,,,,.,. I'ubllHhod Evory Tuoaday and Friday ,' bomo wnnj U thefaf- - wauls. StutvH Kxpn-HTin: I'liltt'd hviTyljoily and IiIh rousin will . .... A1 . . nun t( i it ... jiiu ...t.i. t11111 unit: jiiuvi uu .. .... in ust, clicapi'Nt and HiiU'bt KxpruM in tin; ,Krlll'M'' 11 trial. pect of Witnecs fail to come, S'--i LMCIt YJ3A.JMX ADVAXCK! buniiK'M. A. T. NnniU'lU'V. Tin: last call for payment of stock has The case 01 Logan Sigman is yet on dock osTWlitn not o paid S2.SO will be chargcd." A iii.oi'..ak watvfHpoiit pruvnilud here been made by the Someiset Hanking Co. et. He failed to show up at this court for half an hour at noon Tmwlny, during and paid. Teller K. U. Hail writes that and his bond has been declared forfeit-th- e bank is getting along nicely with de- - ed. Business is being pushed along and whii'ha full inch of rain fell. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. inands for all the money it cm get nnd a good number of cases have been dis-thTrain lfj HimliPil Hi 5'H a m anj 7 art a m I iiAVKJuct received a bi lino 0 '"" ar.O return ill 6 p m ami 4(1 p m it will make u good showing at the posed of. More people than usual in d hhoe of tho Zolglur llnw.' make, and inof the year. Tho deposits are $.., tendance. Court will likelv not hold be- MEANS BUSINESS. vite my customers to Mill and examine Of10. yond Tuesday next. ly Interior journal c.walton, nus. ... ' s ... l j :M ; j FURMTURE STORE f lUtDI'Po ilTK tp-da- , ... ,,, y MrU'.K XirC'WMAIV, Jk JMiZifr. TV .. . fo.4V raM" 1 M W $ lJBvSe!iratoite.ttSWita XvTY--yS.r- I at at-en- , Watch i:s and jewelry repaired anil them. S. II. Shank. warranted. A. II. I'enny. Whim: cutting corn the other day Mr. TiiKbt'ft place to buy drug, patent medicines and toilet articles U at A. It. J. M. Wray cut his left hand quite se1'ennyV. verely. An artery was severed and the lU'Y your fchool hookH, ink, tnbletK. flow was with dilllctiltv stopped. paper. iencils and nchool supplies of all kiiitW from A. 1!. Penny. Anotiii:i train dispatcher has arrived, 1 iniumiitcv nil watches nnd every arand his surname is Woodson. Mr. and ticle of jewelry I sell to he just as repre- Mr. Matt Woodson are loth doing as sented. A. It." Penny. well as could lie expected under the circumstances. PERSONAL POINTS. ., Tin: Went llnd has many good and Henry Willis was drowned near truo democrat but she can boast of Burnside. none better than A mliroe P. Butt. He A letter from Bro. Barnes received is totally blind and can go about only last evening too late for insertion in this under a guide, yet he went through the irbtlO. Green Hirer section of the precinct and secured 06 members for the McCreary Xi:V ADVKKTISLMCXTS. Club at Huston vllle, the membership of which is now '21'2, the banner of the CI Till IT anted to sew rpiriT crt in private by county. Hurrah for Mr. Butt! iamb Will keep constantly on lnni a large and select line of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low a3 such goods can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you vill be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. Tin: Richmond Climax says that II. C. At the Sine reunion in Harrison coun- Potts, of Lmcaster, and It. L. Potts, of W. II. M11.1.K1: is attending the Mi:. ty lat week lL'Oof the descendants of the this place, have purchased the old Potts Ailair ciicuit court. Ml Uku.k Poimxi: li:w gone to Jexon father of Mr. A. C. sine, of this place, mill property at Paint Lick, in Ourrard were present. One of the brothers had county, and have ordered new roller mamine county to visit. V'2 vears. chinery, embracing the celebrated Case Mies MaxikTcckkii, of Crab Orchard. not met one of his sisters for t nt ttimie. rollers, and have set a number of caris viMtuiK .miss 1.1111U Cu-,,tTM.-A- ll of the town tax ' of (Jarrard, is t.s ,,,.,. H p.iid to me immediately. I penters to work, so that by the lstof Mins IIai.uk M. Wki-mthe new mill will be in operathe Sliest of .Mis. A. IS. Hullman. can't wait loncer. The 1st of Septem- Montuomery, is i,r ,iW i,ji.smI and I w ill havu to levy if tion. The capacity will bo "0 barrels a Mil, C. C. ItAitnow, of day. -' viMting hit brother, .Mr. It. h. Larrow. ()l ,,uid at once, (ieorue S. Carpenter, It is nearly two yeais before the elecMist I.izzii: I'Miiiisand hergucst,Mi.s City Marshal. tion, hut candidates for jailer are already Hirdelle Bedford, are visiting in Danbutton-holinTiikiii: will be a colored Sunday-schoo- l the dear people. Mr. Daville. Itavtn: Ukiii has returned from a Institute at the Christian church here, vid J. Alcorn, a good democrat and a Mts and lasting till sun- - clever gentleman, tells us he will be ft visit to her cousin, Miss Anna Ituid at beginning lay night. I lie state evangelist, ltcv. candidate and the probability is that the Hiitoiivllle. Mit. Jon It. I.awi.kv. Mrs. John ''' Augustus Keid, will conduct the ex woods will be full of them before the erei-e- s and deliver a lecture on Monday election. Tho present incumbent, Sam S'eott and Master John Scott, of Crab Or- night on the subject, "Boom the M. Owens, who has made a capital ehartl, worn here yesterday. and will be will offer for Mwmiii: McltoiiKKT", who hasjuro." been vMting Mrs. W. M. Iliggions, has Key. J. A. Bogle, who was a haul man to beat. We know lie ha Di:atii. returned to her home in Danville. attending the colored institute, in session attended well to his duties and so far a Mils. Sacxiikiis and Miss Maggie I.to here, was called home Wednesday to mi Iimvii lii'iinl bus l'ivcn meat satisf.'ii S'aunders, after a pleasant suniiner in preach the funeral sermon of young Jo- tioil. Kentucky, returned to their home in seph 1'iik'e, an estimable young man, Kik K CvsTi.u.Si'iti.sds. Ill letter enOhio Tuesday. who died that morning, after long ilkj closing check for his large printing bill, Mit". J. A. HoYsTox and son, Claude, ness of typhoid fever, aged about '27 Mine Ho-- t F. J. Campbell writes "Our of r,arrarl countv. and Mrs. W. O. Park years. season was n big success, but chiefly as and daughter. Louise, of frvine. are with tin advertisement for the future. My1 Jlmi.-- Dr, Carroll Kendrick season's dibit lias been directed mainly their sister. Mm. (ieo.H. Bruce. s Mus. Ui. D. Wkaiibx nn.l Miss Alma , nils us for publication enough to fully demonstrate the propositions l'1'1 nl"mt tlu' climate and advantages went to 1misvillo Wednesday that, 1st, A summer resort may run with(ill one issue of this f California to morning. The latter is on one of the out scandal; that it is possible to keep w' "' sl,i,rt' t!"' "l,:,r,J " I"-important errands of her life. a summer hotel so well that not one pa'""tter, even if We were disposed to M11.J. II.Stkpiidnm and familv, who tron will kick duiini; the season; that it fmm U.Ih countv to (ireeiis-- ' wrtiw tlu- State for nothing, and conse- - is altogether possible to maintain a stanburg, Kansas, three years ago, have re- qucntly will have to turn it over to some dard of fine and service away out in the one es.'cially interested in it. turned to make Kentucky their home. mountains equal to the best class of city Mil. imi Mas. W. X. Potts, Ciipt. ami hotels; and that there is une summer Font years ago Humphrey Ballon fur- Mrs. Ivd. Itoehesler. Judge W. It. Car-- nished least in the land that can run sucthe live rooster that surmounted ttn.. I V W'l.iti. niul fktluif-J' 'P " CK.v,..u,.l ...i1 Hendricks k1o here, cessfully without the intluence and pa,, m 1..1 . i ...v.. Kfllh III HIV 'and which created considerable merri-- 1 tronage of the spoiling classes." m m . 1 er M. ly or with j?-4t Oil UAllUlt. .ircimakir. Acdrex, l',itt, WORTH. Lancaster, Ky GOFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. FOB. SAXiK l)RL"G STORE, on eaiy ith good riu) term. Can uliow best caih bumicsi ol anv Uruc Store in the country Cauc of selling, ill l.OCK l!OX No 77, health. AJdrem f Lancaiter, Ky. jl-l- ltint, i, -- g J Two I'!ano, one Organ, two 'arjr'.l,c, two DinltiK KoomSafe, one Walnut Kxtvntlon lliti ins Tabic, one Dooi;.Caic, one laro lledttcad and Wire Spring, i'lllows, 1'lanVeti, ConI Oil 'ianl. and many other tiling, for cash these article! can be had at a burgMn. Apply to ALKX h 1'AXTON 3841 Stanford, Ky AIo clockt, pillwi lllankctt and thrif good ' "4 fm mf wy3Bfc3?BflriirirftBff "j(tfT!lrhMnKm3BA in.ittrcc( I Xe-Mis- s otli-cc- r, Public Sale of A. J. C. C. WALL FAFEE and FTTIUTIT U JAE. COMPLETE ISTOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. -- ' JERSEY GATTLE ! B. K. m WEARER 11 11 AT W. R. BRASFIELD & OO'S HORSK T.XCH AXGK, I.liX INGTON Ti - j SEPTEMBER I 20U1, 1888 NEW I NEW. NEW! A CARD TO TEE PEOPLE 03 LINCOLN COUNTY. clip-Ha- , Ky j J A Muldleton, f)anv lie, Kv. J J Lexington, Ky . S Illak .nd W J. Chinn, FranLlort, Ky , will sell I! Wallace, Shelliille Ky;W.S Ljnc, HEAD CHOICE coinpun-- C Sherley AnLhnrage, pa-mo- st , I fr 11 50 COWS AND HEIFERS, Selected Irom their - V.:, :.!.;, . of Signal, bt.lielier.Stock I'ogit, or other popular strains. It li.clJom xogood a lot is offered at pubwill bcuin promptly at 12 o'clock. lic salo. I. mull .11 11 130 For catalogues address J. I!. WAL1.ACK. Lexington, Ky , or W J CHINN, Krakfort, Ky. It. K. Kdmonson, Auctioneer ln'rd Thi orTenne will he of juung cof, now freih, oriluc tin fall. Alt the heifer cows old cnimyli arc taft' in calf tu or will be bred to excellent bulls largely toc.ilte JO rZIMLMliilM. by-Mr. . He tells us that the old fellow, ., Misf.s M ttii: imi MiiKiMiirr now 10 or IS years old, is still alive and grand nieces of liov. Owsley, are is our service we want .: M. "' c.i.Ii.i.iu fp.iin lim.nlti : to at from thewheneverCleveland him K " '" as crow top of a mil sweet . the Thev are tine musicians, .. lt.H...I.. ,.,.' itnj-i1 iiti ipwil'. 'II... MWW.... 1.1 a nil in . . sounds from Mr. Stephens resilience tea- - iiiuiiiiuii ' .11.. Iili. il.iiiik.tr tin. UIIU fiii.1 I I11.11.kl1n... lllll(l Ul,llin.lllklly niin III. It llllllllllVJj Paris Kentuekian. tifv. we are promtI.to say, is mat Kind ol n M 1:. ( i r.o. 1). Biiiiiktt, of linea-'ter- , fowl himself. naM-throtidi yesterday en route to Tin: nero man, Alex Smith, eliaed business. Omaha, where ho will k M. and W.T.,are with euttini: Conduetor Henry Butler, . ,llisbrothum., C0I.S.1111 a sabre, while he was both there and doini; well and he has n f the K. C, prospect. Sui'ce.-- to theln all. luttin Alfixsl McAlister, another ne;ro, favorablu has servel us as it eorresjionilent out of the ladies' ear for smokiii;, was triotl before .ludp) Varnon Tuesday and lone and well. wive. He swore .lonx W. Kn(ii.i:ma.v. r who bus been held in $1(X), which he ,, for a lar;e hoio Ilrni at Kalama- - he did not striko the eaptain at all and trainer 7.00, .Midi., for seve-.- il years, is on a visit McAlister says he dealt the blow with a wir pin. Ihe wound bein in tho back toliis patents, Mr. id Mrs. lteuU'ii cleiiiaii. Tho HoiMMiian, 11 p.ijier juib- - of the head and the hat Allowing it was hshed in his section, speaks of him as a made with a sharp instrument, tdve the ' tine trainer and as a moral and e.ucllent lie to the statements, which seems to Ho will go from heie to maud a prosecution for perjury. man. ws-i.i- Louisville Welne.sday. LAND FOR SALE. Kocxl 100 acres on the Somerset and Crab Oorchard road, half way betwein the two placet Well of water at end of purch Half c c.in-- and 30 acres in gran. A good outlet for cattle, hogs W G. WALLACL. and sheep. SJ-t- i Dabney Ky metit. ' ; - T .. ito s ' ... Helena, Montana. CITY AND VICINITY. Ni:w cooils at Courts ci Cox's. Walton's. mil- - Emity barrels at T. Sr.i: II. Courts A Cox for m m brand new linery. Tub room adjoining tho Odd Fellows Hall is for rent. Apply to John A. Allen or S. S. Myers. m II a v 1: your express to come by the I'nited States express from Louisville. Quick time and lower rates than any A. T. Nunnelly, express company. Aet. Tin: Hop Club desires ua to extend thanks to tho Somerset Hop Club for handsomely gotten up invitations to their hop to bo held Thursday evening, September Bl. Fit nk Oiikkx, who used to be a brake-ma- n on tho Knoxvillo division, is not to be hung on the Kith as reported. Ho has been indicted for murder lit the first degree and his trial sot for that day. Tin: Lincoln County Democratic- Club e at is called to meet n't tho night, 8th. Busi7:;i0 sharp ness of importatieo is to bo transacted, nnd a full attendance is desired. By order of President Alcorn. K. C. Walton, ecretury. - Court-Hous- ' somewhat of an aristocrat in his ideas. Occasionally he is sent to the trains to seo who comeHiind goes. Ono day this veek he reported: "Want but two ladies cum and I couldn't find nobody that knowod what they wus name, but they wasn't . friends. dresjduputill hir.l'y." Oin colored devil, Joo Chenniilt, is has been well attendedandirotit-abl- e to all concerned. M. I). Flack is sectetary and the followini: teachers are enrolled from (i.irranl: J. II. Barber, C. 1.. Dayton, Mattie I. Hoc, V. U. Willis, S. K. Lackey, .1. M. Craw find, L. (iethia Bntntl, Fannie Arnold, Lena II. Tihbs, Annie Crawford, .M. 1). Adams. From Lincoln, M. M. ltichardson, L. L.tiood- . McHeyuolds, l0l' r""'"-- ' l. .Miller, l ltobert Durham, It. A. Taylor, Annie I locker, Alice V. Carr, M. I). Flack, Sal-H- e n, II. Iviucaitl, II. P. Jones, S. K. Campbell, Fannie II. P.irrand Mol-ll- o S..I. Butcher. Tlio teachers are all well dressed and intelligent and present a most creditable appearance. The expen- Tin: sheritlof Knox with seven guards scs being pretty heavy, Supt. Bogle has aimed with WinchcstorscuniedownTues- - had to acss them to the full limit of dayaftertlie Iljll county muiderers, Alvis ' the law, $2 each. turner, the Hendersons, Hensloys, etc, MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. six in all, who had been in jail here nearly a year and who had obtained a change Mason Pullins, of (iurrard, is happy of venue to his county. Several of the over the arrival of twin uiils at his fiiends of the prisoners cuino along and house. Tl, "etingof the county medical tho olllcer was certain that an attempt ""soeiation at Brodhead has been post- would be made to rescue them. To guard against this he had men stationed Ioikm1 till Nle1'1 lo"lit two mules of l.o- nt every station between here and Pine- Henry Catron McKinney for .-. ville to give him tho alarm if there were Kim susoicious uioveinents. The whole tiartv bought two suckling mules for $17.i. A number of republican delegates was very much excited, but fortunately will go from here to tho Danville contheir fears were groundleM and they got their men safely to the point of trial, vention to assist in naming the lamb for McCieary to slaughter. though at a tremendous cost. F. 11. Bryant and Miss Viola Obaugh A.voTimt Pkomotio.v- .- The Decatur, of Tennessee, were married at tlio Mul-lin- s House, Livingston, Thursday. They Ala., Freo Liuco has this to say of a former Stanford boy: .Mr. J. I. McKin- left the same day for Tennesj-eo- . W. O. Bradley, V. L. Kwell, Gen. ney, the very popular ami etllcientagent of the L. & N. road in this city, has re- Landrain, W. C5. Dunlap anil others hero Monday to ceived notice of his promotion to tho po- spoke at the couit-hous- e sition of master of Mains on the Bir- a crowded house. Prof. J. S. Roppeit mingham Mineral, a part, or rather sev- spoke the same day at 11 o'clock on tar-il-l' eral parts of the L. i: X. system, running refot 111. The professor is well posted out of Birmingham. Mr. .McKinney will on the subject and he put in many tellat onco assume tho duties of his now po- ing licks favoring a reduction. sition, which give him the control of 27 1'iof. J. 15. Skinner, of Iincaster, trains a day, running over nearly lo0 was hero Saturday. Misses Leila Wilmiles of track. It is a dilllcult and re- liams and Mattie M. Adams left for Lo- of sponsible task, but Mr. Haraliiiu knows retta Academy Sunday. A. II. Dye-hehis man, mid Mack will till tho bill. The tho Kcho, was in town Monday. James people of Decatur part from J. I. .M- Stevens is "plugging" at tlio depot here. cKinney with sincere regret. Full of en- J. W. May and family have moved to ergy and ambition in his chosen voca- Corbin. Mrs. J. II. Brown, of Lancastion, and mo-i- pleasant and accommoda- ter, is visiting1 her parents here. Miss ting in his career in tliis city, ho won Mattie Nowcomb has returned from Garequally the conlldenco of tho L. & X. rard. Jonas MeKoiizio lias moved his management and tho people of Decatur, ' family to town. and ho will leave hero many warm Circuit com t convened on Monday. Fit-to' I c-,y. , t ........ ci Tin: Colored Toaehers' Institute, eon dinted by Prof. J. S. Hathaway, of Be rea, a tlnely educated iii.in and well for the position, and who by the way of a pub has just been elected liblnnccompanyat Lexington with$o0,00( tit-teiire-ident Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied Bakery, Restaurant and Penny, iu STANFORD, a First-ClasCalifornia Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everything in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Try their Ice Cream; it takes the Cake. We do our own work. Come 3 and buy at first hands. Satisfaction guaranteed. R. ZIMMER, Respectfully, Wholesale and Retail. caital, SAW MILL FOR SALE! A.1ho Lnml ami titoulv. As I denre to lene Kentucky I will sell atgrcat sacrifice saw mills complete with 30 hore boilers and 30 hone engines, 3 .i works, 1 ox log wag on i wagons, 1 burkboard, 1 spring wagon and lurnest j yokes of cattle, 3 mules, 1 hore, gnt mill complete, and my farm of 5,60 ncres of mon i.inu v. en in.iuereu. will sell privately sS-t- PLEASE OBSEBYB f MAR'I SMITH, Maywood, Ky M'ROBERTSSTAGG A FiCI.IL A'SSitMCTMGIIiKT -- OF- public sale: of PERSONAL PROPERTY Asadministra-n- x I will on of JohnD. Carpenter, ileccai-rd- , THURSDAY, SEPT. 27th, 1888, Sell to the hiehe-- bidder the fo lowing property, at tnc farm of the deceased, on tho Hustonvillc '.V Middlcburj pike, 3 miles from Himomillc: WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the jo head of 1,400 pound cattle, 30 head of 1,300 pound cattle, 30 head of yearling steers and btlf-erjo cows and cahes, jobrood mares 3 year-tin- s eye. colts, 3 ned work mare mules, 3 mare mules, 150 100 pound hoes, a lot of shoats, 40 head of ewes bred to Southdown buck, jo acres of corn. 15 acres of millet, 30 tons of hay, 784 bushels of wheat, 53 shares of lIustonil!e N'ational Hank clock, 30 shares of stock in the Farmers National (lank ol Stanford. Alto farming Implements and household nnd kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day of sale. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) MRS. M. W. CAIU'KNTEK, FAVOUITE LINE BETWEEN THE NORTH AND SOUTH. Admx. John U. Carpenter, Dec'd. II not rented before, will on that day rent the "I.ee Farm,'' contains 3.4 acres ot No. blue LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. grass land. hre QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. 1 53-t- IN aj : HOURS. POTILJCO 6AILIES0 As executors of Samforil Knvin, dec'd, we will sell at his late reMdcnrc on th. Stanford ft Dan-vill- e l'ikc, midway between the two towns, Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. THKTEXiVSSHORT LKSTE. ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1888, Seven a and d IN MAY 6,1888. CONDENSED TIME TABLE The follow in? personal property: fat stoem. 3 year-olhigh grado ucuers, j nign grnaccowsanu calves, 35 nign gradohok', 75 liie;h grade "heep, pair aged m II milln. ft n. II.. Kn.n n a.. &n. .1 .1 (.no... "TRAINS NORTH. IKAI.ns mji inlinu ones i line ycarlint; filly, i fine combined No. 6. No. 4. No. i. mare una con, i uroou mare i uaroucnu ami NoTs. 1NO. 3. No. ;. STATIONS. No. a. Dally, haruos, i huggy and harness i spring wagon Daily. Daily: mid harness, I wagon and harness, i Daily. Daily. Daily. jhx. bun. wheal drill, harrow, plows, nar citing machine, A'rv 640 a ml 641 pm 1013 a in Cincinnati S co p n c , ,Vc, 16 acres of corn in field ami j stacks of 7 35 a m L've 3 17 a in 4 03 p ' ,'illi.iraitovn ...I've' 513.1m! new hay. 830am 9 51 a m' r 1. nm fllllim Georgetown Terms made known on day of sale. a mi Tojpm 1037pm '410am. 413pm 7 n a m 1059 Lexington, 348am MUS. I. I.. Elttt IN, I .. or, 700am 11 3'P m 7 33 pm il oj pm 10 15a mi ,.,. 3 ju a in 10 01a la m ju.iii, i..ii.iis la 30 pm "' in ,F III ,U rt III li9am J IU p m ........ .Junction my..,. IJ p til, ainniniiKunu Ma m t 05 a m' 50 Somerset jujim la 30 p ia j 00 pm1 .Oasilale .... 5 33 a "i 3 '5 I' m' 9 35 pm 11 33 a in i 30 S jo a in Ar v.Clialtanoosa ....I. c 7 10 p m o 00 a m to 00 pin! mt J 830am 600 pmjl.'ve.. Cliattinoosa. ..Ar'v 0 ii. ji in Mtalla... ""'! 110pm Ar'v Jispir. LOUISVILHB, KENTUCKY. 1133pm 330am .. . 115 pm lopmil.'ve... Ilirmingham iiikcainusa Ooo pm, J 40 a m; 910am 140am 4 10. 'u ..... ...v.... wnvrtii.,1,.1.1. vc y IN Ill 3 x. :. .. ... 4 aoamiio IM pm . 30 III I'i j3 a lit V 3U m'Ar' .......aieriuian ww m . tw 1. 1.... O THE LARGEST AND FINEST Ar'v 5 10 a m.L've....Mcridi.in ..iooo pm o 13 pin r v jiucKson ....1 90011 mil. ve : . 11 10a .n,l.'vc....Vickttiiirg, 4,0pm HOTEL IN THE 1 EFFEd njcvn dowx. , 111 NoT8. Daily. 600 p ni 4 11 p m 30S pm a 40 1 53-- td 1 ' 11 .... pm ' 111 1 100 pm 1 05 .1 m 10 p in THE GrALT HOUSE, JSam 400am 7 1 "?. 1 1 j '... CITY. & Monroe ml.'vc hodp ni Ar v....snreveport 15 1100c a ml ocoaini RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- - INC TO TURKISH .V rooms: (Jen. Landr.un organized the court and RUSSIAN BATHS IN HOTEL. N. II. Train No. 9 leaves Oakdale at 3 33, A u, and arrives in Chattanooga at 9 oo.a i. No. 10 leaves Chatta'noosa at 3 00. I'. M., "'! ives at Oakdale at S 35. Mann lloudoir I'.ufTet Sleeping Pan on all trains. H. COM. MIAN, (Jen'l I'll. .V lasi Agt. JOHN C. OAUI.T, General Manager, R. CAK ROLL, Orneral Superintendent, General Ofii cei, St. I ll lluildirj, West Kouith Street, Cincinnati. Ohio. . 1 mmttussztiirrrTrimimprr;,..Kii.t i - .'!.., .,..,. .n.1,1.., ntsw .i y . ., ,. ,... .,, I.,,,:, ; r : Wmmmmmmmmm c t GRANDFATHER'S HAT. MY f taSi m On his tmwlfrttLer's hat poor Bm foudly ilotes, Although It's too lnrse for Ills head, But who 1 Jt comoJtimoto count tip tliovotet, Ho will llnd that its magic has fled. And then ho will learn that It's cone out f Do will seo that it's useless to try To trick Undo Satnviith his grandfather's tilo "When tho vot uro counted up by and by. Btvlo, Tlilrl.er anil Thicker. Thoy swarm now as ,bces bwarui In tlio spring. Itldo through n c.uiebrcak and they can bo Hushed as plentifully as partridges from a fitubblo field. Shake a bush imd dowu they will tumble as rlpo apples from applo trees when an autumn wind sweeps over an orchard In October. Pick up a newspaper nnd tho propliet has become pessimist, summing up tho cntlro political situation with a tos3 of the head, and settling the presidential election with the cold assurance of Bismarck adding up tho amount of tho indemnity Franco had to It Is tho year of prophets. pay- - Tho lost of these gentlemen to assume tho mantle of Elijah is Chairman Huston, of tho Indiana lie publican central committee. Harrison will surely carry Indiana, ho says. Why! No ruiuort. When was a propliet ever known to glvo a reason? Ho is stronger there today than any member of his party over was bet fore, Onuit. whvf No explanation. When was a prophet over known to cuter into an explanation? Quito a number of Democrats will voto for him on account of state prido and Dcrsonal How do acquaintance and association. you know? In answer not ouo iota of ovidenco is produced. When was a prophet over known to havo nnythlug to do with evidence? It is almply a wilderness of woods, woods, woods, through which thoro is neither road, pathway, guido board, nor scarcely a direction. Llko a quicksand, if ouo struggles to understand tho meaning of a single ono of these predictions, ho only goes down deeper nnd deeper, and tho moro ho struggles tho aooner will ho bo overwhelmed altogether. Tho trnth is, Harrison nover was strong-iIndiana. Ho has been beaten tirro foi beaten there for tho fovornor, beenand could hare been United beaten there for tho presidential nomination if tho Blaine following, in order to demolish Sherman, had not taken him as the choice of ovlls. For all of which, as appearances now go. IMalno means to demand a pound of flesh. Kansas City Times. ox!-cp- Blaine for reliof, lias again placed Its des tiny In tho hands of Its Jonah. Tho campaign was dull and npathctio before Brother Blolno arrived. Candidate Harrison was so completely smothered by tho weight and size of his grandfather's hat that his identity was lost. All that ha could do was to nhako tho hands of his fellow citizens of Indianapolis in an apa thetic way, and make perfunctory ro marks in reply to their congratulations, Tho campaign was a very dull and drag ging ono, but everything was to by cliangetl wnen iirotiier maine, "tue greatost living statosmau," mado hla ou tho stage. Tho "greatest living statesman" has mado his appearance and tho campalgu Is not only livelier than It was, but It Is far livelier than tho most impatient ReBrother Blaine, publican could wish. truo to his record as tho Jonah of tho Republican party, has already begun to cut liis remarkablo capers. Ho appears to bo a blunderer from tho word go, nnd his methods now are not esseutlally dlffereut from what thoy wore when ho pounced on Mulligan and seized tho Incriminating correspondence. Ho has cal'.vonod the campaign, but not In a way to help tho Republican c.tuso. In his Portland speech ho makes theso remarks. When tho president delivered his message he had bomething to say to tho American peoplo about tho danger of 'trusts.' I think thoro havo since leen no Democratic papers In the country, whother thoy understood tho meaning of the word or not, that havo not been constantly warning the pronto as to tho danger of 'trusts.' Well, I shall not discuss trusts this afternoon. I shall not venture to say that they aro altogether advantageous, or disadvantageous. Thoy aro largely private affairs, with which neither President Cleveland nor any prlvato citizen has any particular right to Interfere." Already there aro quite a number of Srompt Republican explanations of theso Col. Dudley, tho declarations. man who bought unvotes at $3 a head in Indiana, says that Brother Blalno "probably did not think about what ho was saying." And yet If Brother Blalno has read tho Republican platform ho ought to know that it condemns trusts. Another Republican theory Ls that Brother Jonah Blalno is not aware of public sentiment in this country toward trusts. Nevertheless, he ought to know that trust of any sort are in the nature of n criuio ngainbt the public Still another theory ls that Brother Jonah Blulne, knowing tho situation ns only a cunning politician can know It. has taken this opportunity to run his North Aincrlciu jack knife between Candidate Harrison!? ribs. If this was his purpose, lie has succeeded ndmirably, for there Is no honest Amirican voter in this laud but believes that President Cloveland, as well ns any private citizen, has tho right to Interfere with trusts to tho extent of his ability. Atlanta Constitution. pos-slblo Itrotlirr Jonah Ttlnlne. 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He tried many so called popular cough remedies and steidity grew worse. Was reduced In llesh, h.ii dirti ulty in breathing and was unable to sleep Finally tried Dr. Kins' New Discovery fur Consumption and found immediate relief, and after using about a half dorcn bottles ( the found himself well an 1 has had nc return diseae. So other remedy can show so grand ,i recordof cures as Dr. Kim's New Discivcry for Ouiranteed t do jut what Is Consumption claimed for it Trial bottle free at A K. Penny's Drug Stor m Ho o MICFIf.r,li;T9 Is Receiving His MERCHANT TAILOR SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Give him a Goods Warrauted and aPorfect fit Guaranteed, That Hacking Cough can be so quukly cured We guarantee it, Mcltooerts by Shiloh's Cure Stagg, Stanford; Crow Jk Co, McKiliuey,' E. W. Jones, Crab Orchard Sleepless nights made miserable by that terrihln cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you Mclloberts & Sugg, Stanford; Crow & Co , Mo Kinney; K W.Jones CrahUrchird Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Kerned r Price jocents Nasal Injector free McRoberts & Stagg, Stanford; Crow ,V Co. MtKinney, K W Jones Crab Orchard. Nervous Prostration, with lame back and hradacho, and havo been much benellted by the uo of Ayer's Barsaparilla. I am now Ml years of ago, nud am .ntlslid that mv present health nud prolonged life are dint to the iimo of Lucy Moflltt, Ayer's SiirsiipariUn." Kllllngly, Conn. Mrs. Ann 11. Farnsworth. n lady 79 years old, So. Woodstock, Vt., writes: "After foveral weeks' nufferlng from nervous prostration, I procured a liottlo of Ayer's Sarwnpnrillu, and before I had taken half of it my usual health Trial Mountain Xnds I ICTMBEH YARD! I hvr 400 seres, mote or loss, of MiunUin. C'ojII iMicain I has and Timber Laliils thit will sell at tmrLhatftil lh .m 'r yaHs of Meiri. fiirniiiire miJ un- lnve.i store roinilo tent t Dffii irtf I i W ire i mil M llrtue iIciuLiiik, tianloaie or tinner's .i, the ,i ,f Mr Viren v.j. 'u lloiJcs lumber it. r ugh and dressed, I wilt arry Iheiieifixiaior iiujis W r.TiiiMner iiuuint C Ml ICAI.V ,. malum, write la a lare line uf vin I w sashes dirs and shmjles, lUtbourville, Ky jj laths, potts and t!ie pi in fen. e f.,i n.J lir Mr. Weare.. i, MUlKrK .j iyr 1 (r .uti-iii.c- mini Tile Favorite Midi- in . returned. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, i ruKiMRED nv Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mats. Price tl; lz bottles, (). Worth J bottle. EDWARD H. FOX. ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, DAVVILI.!1;, IvV. C W. MITlALT MA METOALF & HAYS AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. IIAKiloVKVII.Mand 1'IM.VII.I.l , K.Y Will practite m any ..urt in Kaitern Kirn Vy Kiaminath-n- . f Ian J titles suili suitiU) Ai y site traits nf tisnhvr, roal and mineral Un... fir sale. Infurmation lursisshed tit any point and ir jii if rsMndcnct .oluned. i for Throat nnd Lung Dilll-- The Lament of llenjuniln II. tho peoplo all ore wondering If I'll over tal.-- the stump. fe'l taysclf It's blundering; I should bti ou tho Jump. An J I stcrto 1 brisk and chipper. Rut I said too much, th:y say. I must double lock my lip, or OU. u Lungs; prevents Consumption, and, even In advanced Mages of that disease, relieves Coughing and induces Sleep. There ls no other preparation for diseases of tho throat nnd lungs to be compared with this remedy. "My wife had a distressing couch, with jmlns in tho side and breast. We tried various medicines, hut none, did hur any good until I got a Untie, of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which has cured her. A neighbor, Mrs. Olelin, had the measles, and the cough was relieved bv the use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I havo no hesitation in recommending this Asthma; soothes irritation of the I.nrynx nnd Fauces; strengthens the Vocal Organs; allays soreness of the t.rif has long been, and still Is, Ayer's t rry 1V toral. It cures Croup, U'lioupIiig Couli, Ilrotichltis, ami Has moved to his elegant new building opposite tbe ostntrue arid is better than cscr prepared to nn one piiiuies mm aicommooalc tne piuiiii phntograph to life sue. batitfaitioii uarantred. AnYS. To the Farmers of Lincoln and Garrard Counties- Tlie Stanford K.ilUr Mills Company wants jour uhoWulvmt irupof iSM.and will pj) in easli the not sell withostl lushest market price fnr it ! uprmxenaeni ions nine ..in, r r i ri.it, iSe iindcrsicned l're Stan r.r.l if .Her Mills Co It C. A. BENEDICTS CO., Well Drillers WVIIs J & Pump Adjusters, furni- I y : tir.isctinc ns STANKOKD, KV dn ltd ti ..rJrr and I'unps HH.TOK I SvEHPsesELLVssV'S ALL THE LATEST SPRIIJC LOYD HATS t &c CO., faclolj pruet js it t McKIVNKY, KY. STYLE Cough Medicine Robert Norton, Foreman Headlight, Morriliton, Ark. " I havo been nflllctcd with asthma for forty years. Iist spring I was taken with n violent cough, which threatened to terminate tny days. Everyone me in consumption. I deter-i- i. tied to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. :s were magical. I was iuimodi-.itel.- v relieved nud continued to itnnrovu tti i'l entirely recoveresl." Joel llullard, (i.ulforil, Conn. ' Six months ago I had a sovcro ti of tlii lungs, brought on by an ituvss inr cough which deprived me of sleep and resr. I tried various remedies, but olir.ilned no relief until I began to take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. A few buttles of this medlcluo cureil mc." Mrs. K. Coburu, 111 Second St., Lowell, 1 hem-orrlit- 11 1 I to everyone a filleted." U. V.IUUUUDU.H1 IJ, SL'CCKSbUK Hi n 1irv 1 I I rn I M'lYIICHAEL, THE HATTER, pete with it." Ohl Republican Defense of Trusts. Tho ono newspaper which is defending trusts and Mr. Uiamo's defense of them saya that "if a trust makes very much money, other trusts will riso up to com- Th7 Trill ed 511 4TH AVENUE, See Man LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. A Drugs. Metllclnes, the (anaous Ssrsip l I'iil .is r ami ill irt l siKir niriii'ii""s 'i.m'iij aM w. reetls rtllcd at aft hewrs and tn net onr staple s.Mcerlcn, fine CiKars. Toilet Articles, Ac .bo in !.ud . . lo . McKlnnes Dr J A WI1.I.1AM.S HOUI INli. K I.hJ win attend to imrUruj ilepartmcni; awo atienu io the w.inlsot the skk, nUM ur tla, In town or llase Jut npeneJ a ne st .tk .f Menu . It ) s y countr) Clothing, llat. I ps k 11, Shies, llij ,. , Notions and lamil t,r eries Also tUa.ets in Coal Countr) i.t m. c Itkin in e f .r KhfIs at hijhrst t uk'l pn. t e ne ins m 11 traJe COLLEGE all, and learn the alianta-c- !'r General MercliaiitUsc, hne . . STANFORD FEMALE STANrOKl). K s Quay. dutount of t io per cent ' wnl i U giveu ou all A No. This Is Will they? Why does not somo trust "riso up" and competo with tho Standard Oil, which has absolutely controlled the market for this product for s years past and has made of its members? Why does not 6omo rival to tho sugar trust appear and prevent that monopoly from extorting $30,000,000 a year from (multi-millionaire- aw hypocrites nnd fools. I wcild llko to trample on Vest And the other rebel tools. We not n Christian contest; orders sertiM-min- iu for Hits w.ui a mentioning pi;r of the abote ad i nr 1 Wasliinjton Co. Farm For Sale. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDENT. And because I lose) my neighbor, Say n ar taxes ou,;ht to stay. But I mustn't talk cheap tabor- -It S. O. DAVIS, 'PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,! Kijhteeilh )ear btins on Won't Phsase MT.VKUNOy.ivV. ' Monday, September 3, '88 Carefully selected corps of lea. I.ers T nujh i nliuds (od discip.ine instriution 4 Send forclrcuhr .. t . lhe farm c mtauis its Aires, situate Springfield and l'ert)ville pile, 3 miles from l a former and Entile, from l.eHannu Sutr urdet by ijod neuhlirs, schools and ihunhrs andi. adapted to all the fatoni" srani and grat.e. gr.n In KentucV.)' Mas uh! hauti, ham and ifier outbuildings rielit) of aslinj ter in' if a high stale of itiliivaiion lor f nther turii, mars, 1 s pow HI II ,t adJress e, Ky Matt Quay. tho people? Tho coal combinations, east and west, make, largo fortunes every year for their members. But any competition with either of them would be crushed as John Sullivan would crush an egg shell in his hand. Tho railroads aro in tno pool. Trust coal controls tho market and is marked up by "a few gcntlemou sitting in a parlor, who "regulate production" and fix prices It's pretty plain to see For hltr.self that he's disporting, lie Ua't celebrating me. They ore getting lou of money And csect to buy my nay, Cut I'd rather loose tho honey 61cco Etalao's begun cavorUnp, tulllcted with colds, congln, sure throat, or croup, I do not knew nf miy rui"ilv which, will glvo iiur siwedv rullef tliiin Ayer's Cherry IV 'oral. I ha" f''iinl It, also, iuvalu- Hi i.oi.:ng umigii. i"'j in i.n I.o!.- . li"7 Washington street. - Muss. " Tor children Olfire next door to Whitehead's Drue ""tore. Special attention iiven to diseases of children !rl Lebanon 1071. -- Planing Mill, 1000. WOOD WALLACE. THE GENTS' FURNISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. ' JCRABORCHARDSPRINGS Tha JiltOl, Ml. A Crab Orcliard, Ky. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Fine llrass and Sirine Hand In Attendance fr..m July isl to September 1st Kates greatly redmed A IT Pr p Jill WON h SI per day and Jiupfr wwland upward 1) rs Sa h, I ' lri-- -s (an x, I s M 'J- THOMAS MiWM AN, Manager, I r: ings Ma-ktts C rr es si ,,, Newris, JAS C KING, KesideniSiipt , s'-r Palust rs iv 1 r n'3 I) II KD.MIsrON, ClerV C 34! urtera, li V III., K . s I I ,, Kot Down Doss Quay. Acer's G;;3ny Pectoral, New York Graphic. r:: a:: i : r.v organized conspiracy to trust is nn Zr. J. C. Aysr '. Co., Lowell, Mass. Ile'i a "Fellow Llko l'help." kill competition and rob tho community. d byai. I'ricd jl; fix bottles, $5. No ono supposes for a moment that Mr. To say that it cannot bo hindered Is to say that tho peoplo aro helpless victims Morton would have been chosen as a candidate for tho vice presidency had ho been Wo don't oellevo it. of extortioners. a poor man. A respestablo prlvnto citiNow York World. zen, ho has nover given tho slightest ovidenco of being endowed with unusual caoffer for sale ray On account of bal health, Republican Senators' Dilemma. pacity for public nffaiw. Indcod, such farm, contalniiij .1 acres farminz land, well imTho dilemma that theso smart gentleproved, nnd 70 acres timber land near by. For ovidenco as Is nlTorded by his brief and I). P. KS IKS, men have managed to construct for them-selve- s career in congress is all against that particulars address. McKtnnc), Lincoln county, Ky. 51 tf la keenly appreciated, moreover. conclusion. On tho other hand, ho has Tho presidents message is heartily praised failed coubplcuously to becuro tho confiI tor us canuor, no less than us spmt, and dence of tho peoplo of tho btato in which It is written in a stylo that leaves noth- ho lives or ot his own party. IIo has I liarcouened a IlricU ing In doubt. Bluster and bounce will moro than once undertaken to securo an nrd .1 id if u have iS 000 avail nothing. Meantime a thoroughly election to tho United States senato by brick ready for sale, or willtie contracts ts I keep my fresh meaf now aroused public opinion will see to It that mothods that demonstrated llttlo but his build them in walls lar an J can f.riiisli hli ui, lleef VanArsdale s ce tho Republicans stand right up to tho personal wealth, his ambition, ami his in Mutton at all tunes. W KKVMSKY and mark and meet thy situation they havo liberality in spending his monoy in ordor By and by Kepubllcans will to gratify Ids ambition. contrived. There aro, at a find somo more protablo policy than digmoderate estimate, 10,000 men in tho Reging holes for Democrats r.nd tumbling publican party better fitted by mental into tho pits themsolves. Brooklyn Citi- equipment, by experience, by reputation, zen. CHICKEN for tho office to which Mr. Morton has been nominated. But they havo not so A Convenient Illness. much money, or clso aro unwilling to Cure ! Senator Edmunds is indisposed again. it. Now York Times. Ho Bays tho Indisposition is entirely physical, and has no relation to tho candidates Thoao Letters. or platform of the Republican party. This may bo true as gospel, but tho fact Blag a on? of cuipense, "UTij-sJA that Seaator Edmunds ls afflicted with a Morslockctful Cf of organs steeped end plenty diseaso of tho intermittent type, tho atIn trouble to tko eyes. tacks occurring only In Presidential years, "Why don't drovo glvo It out" Ah, well, will lead a good many to accept his jC iiHllllrimlsiVfA It'd all one, last or first C'F apology with a largo margin of allowance. Llko convicts waiting for the Judge, Thoy want to know the wont. Disappointed ambition is often rcsponslblo for tho indisposition, physical and other-vise- , "I hear," Bays Jim Blaine, from the forests of of public men. Philadelphia Times. arbitrarily. A The fashi ins of the tlsy in the Gents' Furnish. ins une win always De toonu in my store. I am agent lor the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the best I.ainidry in the rrld. out 1 ,'NEWCOMB wcll-Vn- HOTEL. 1. FARM FOR SALE. 1 MT. VERNON, KT. This old and Hotel is stilt maintain-in- ; its fine reputation, Chirac, reasonable. Spe ciil attention to the Irateluu public M. 1' NEWCOM1I, Prop, t Ml. Vernon, Ky. Sj-t- -j, Dresse Rouh Sendf.rpr.ies .ci le ' uj t 1 I ! -- -- MILLERSBURG e'eere o FEMALEC0LLE0E A Modern Progressive School Where your daug'itcrs LITERATURE, Address 31 ! THAT FIGHT Tho Original Wins. ! BRICK YARD 1 LOUIS SOHLEQEL, illpe taught hrw PHOTOGRAPHER, nicrr.MONU JvV Photo;raplis in all styles and sues. Pictures in India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors, New designs in Fraiiss ani Mats at very come true women, as well as ed in tliir'u;hly to be instruct- t SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. M. A..Summons Liver Medicine, Kst'd ' hf, V- - S Court BriAT J H. ellin, Prop'r A.Q. Simmons Lir. er Itevulator, Esfd by Zellln .M. A. S. L. AI. hai for 47 sear Cured tNDIOKaTIO.V, niLloUiNin. slrnmoil. St. I.ouli, Prop'r !?l iy. UYsrir.iu,SiCK A1TTEE' Cholera con-tribut- o s IlKV C I'OIT., I'resident, or MRS S C TUUniKAKT, l.ady Principal Millersburs, Ky, Headache, r.r,T,i'v.s?,l'H Stomach, -- Etc JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. CHEW " Thoroujhly Kjnmated and Refurnished, First class I'are and Keasomble Prices, Day and nihl Trains arc met by Polite l'ortersJot this Popular ao7-t- f. House. TOBACCONET. K.S. MARTIN. JNO.M. IMKINS IlkODHIAD, Kv.,Mav, iSJ;. Church, Adams, Tenn., writes :"1 think I ahould have been dead but iur your uenuine .M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, thaw ometlmes had to tubstltute for "eilln'i Item, cint, but itull" your Medl It don't answer the numm." sn Dr. J. K. Gravel. Editor Tki -- ,nttttt ..,.,.,,,, ,cnn. says: " ...... M.mnkl. 'n ferplvrf nnLn.vn. t i: I Medicine, and have used half of It. It worki like a charm. I want no hettcr Liver Hegulator and cer. talnly no more ot Zeilin' mixture. Maine. They Learn Slow, but Tliey Do Loam. Tho peoplo who havo been accuslmr no'll Get Cietl to IJoth. Mr. Harrison is said to bo very sensi- President Cleveland of truckling to British tive to nowspaper criticism. Which an- Inllucncca uro mighty scarco now. Tho noys him the most, tho criticism of tho fools and knaves aro beginning to roalizo Democratic papers of himself or tho con- that thcro ls a day ot reckoning for Uioho tinued laudation of tho Republican papers of their kind, no matter how long It mtty Brooklyn Citizen. bo postponed. of Blaine? Chicago Ucralcl. A Republican paper observos that "Mr. Blalno does not get his speeches out of tho encyclopajdla." Certainly not. Mr. Dlalno's speeches Indlcato an assiduous nvoldanco of every repository of facts. They aro fairy talcs from an exuberant imagination. Chicago Herald. tho Republican party proposos to cither rule or ruin tho country. It really makes no difference which. It can do neither ono nor tho other at least not this year. It may perhaps somo other year". Brooklyn Citizen. Not for four Yearn Slurc. The Now York Herald asks whether 'That Harrison's written a letter: That'a all very woll, but Vo something to tell IIo'll find is both wiser and better. Letters helped to kill me; soma my own, then the) threo That Ourchard but I'll only say durn It; Still I know what I know, and hoonght to go slow, 60 1 limply advlso him to burn It." Philadelphia Times. ICE, ICE, XCE! I Albright 4 Martin bee ta inform their manj friends and customers of the change In fum nanu quit republishing tho disrespectful remarks which Uarrieon and his homo organ used to mako about tho Irish. That was in tho days when h was incensod at Dennis Kearney for saying "tho Chlaeso must go." St. Louis Post-Dispatc- Tho Labor Signal at Indianapolis should Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Choi, era. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a rcmeay tnat positively cures it made, and to be convinced of efficacy only requires a trial, a bottle is enough foi one hundred chickens. It is If, after using of .1 bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undet signed and your money will be refunded. has-been so-cen- The new firm hopes not only to sustain the repumake many I tation of the old, but intends to of tobacco which the manufacture Accounts must be paid at the close of each week will be to the Interest of our customers. We I.will eat devote special attention to our Natural or when customer quits, brand of Kentucky's beat leaf. Thanking you o R. E. HARROW. a continuation 01 for past favors and askinj for vour traue, we remain, ':l,:t"",,..7"",r! At Two Cent Per Pound ivery, ecd and will deliver to regular customers in Stanford and vicinity every mornint; MARTIN & PERKINS, V jS 03Mfo. COMPANY .v 'kBB S.rie Stable, MARTlN&I'KRKINS. MY3ESHS HdDTEiL, I CREAM i", IBs;VZ ' JttfYC " -- vVJa STANFORD, KY., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. Hotel still maintains This old and welt-knoIts high reputation, and its Proprietor is determin. ed that It shall be second to no cunntry Hotel In LONDON, KY , the State in Its Tare, Appointments, or AttenGood turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire tion to hit Guests. Ilaueage conveyed to and Is the most convenon reasonable terms. London of charge Special accommodaient point on the railroad to reach places In the from depot free tions to Commercial Travelers, in the mountain lection of the State. to W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. n IF Mil i,1 guar-antee- fjypu: fEo iCIJ ft two-third- s LEXINGTON,KY. jf for sale by McKoberK ,V Staj, Stanford.