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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888091401 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. To Wlu'tvuiion putting nwuy tyinjj..Hio:ik every iiiiin truth with Ills nulj;hhor. :'-'."). Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY.( FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 4888. JUNCTION CITY. ( NO. 62 . . ' J. K. McCl.iry, lately returned from Alexander Tribble is going to buy a This words trusts indicates to the peo- Hot Springs, is improving. farm. ( Horn, to the wife of Col. James W. ple of these I'nited States one of tho Tho republicans will have speaking most powerful ami unjust organizations at Cook, a boy Grover Thunimn. ICplionluiiH Keeder's mill on Saturday, S pi. nub. Kev. Mr. Osborn is conducting a re- of oppression and tyranny that is aflliet-in- g I know of no oiio fltihjwt that iicimIh Dan (Juinn, who was mashed by our free country just now iw never slate at Livingston, is able to be hotiic iiliu-iu- l before the people more than vival at Willow Grove Male and Female around. before. This power, when carried out, the one at the head of tliln artiele. How Institute. Henry Mabloy siys it's a mistako Miss .led' Davis Itossell Is iiuwnpoi. which Is being done every day, lightens about his being lined last week for selloften, Hir, have I heard, in the courts of ular clerk in Itobertson's store at Dan- the rich man's labor and enslaves tho ing whisky. mirCoiiiiiioiivcaltii, oatht adinliilHten-to men to tell the truth, the wliolo truth ville. Mr. T. D. Kaney, late of Stanford, poor; in other words, makes tho rich A number from here will take adand nothing hutthe truth, whoturn riK'ht is i pounds heavier than when lie came richer and the poor poorer and is pre- vantage of the low rate to Indianapolis around with all the liijieiiuity they mjv to the Tribble House, just one week ago. eminently the enemy of the poor. These Monday next. .an nnd Miss Fannie will feed the boys- - unlawful combinations control your T. J. Italian! has bought S.OOO acres Bert and try to evade the very tlshiKtlu-T rail Oliver P. Garr, Sr., aged about (10, grain markets, with nearly all the neces- of land in the eastern portion of this have wilemnly Hworn to do. Now died yesterday nnd after funeral services saries of life. It takes the corners olf county for an Knglish syndicate. th!H lyhiK. plitic:i:iiiH frv.pit'iitly at the Christian church by Kev. Stanley, your bread with nearly everything that Ajialn we hear A. M. I toon e, night operator, has know-iiiKlthe remains were taken to McCormack goes into your daily being and puts the been transferred from Ilea to Junction minreiwwnt each other and that At commercial value of living into the pock City. We regret to lose him. Mr. KerNow, nir, do you call this lyin V church yard for interment imprehxel a few one time lie was one of the wealthiest ets of the speculative gambler. Your ry now owls it here. I WW forelhly I do. citizens of Imisville and an upright gen- wheat, corn, coffee, sugar, medicines, To close a pirtnership, Mtret, Vowtlnys binco in rendliiK a rand speech hy Jude Tliiirmnii up nt I'ort tlemen. I hear that his life was insured witli the oil that feeds the lamp of the els & Co. advertise their furniture factoanxious watcher by tho lcdsldu of a dy ry for sale. No better location can be Huron on the iiimplieuted mihject of the for ?ir,,O)0. in mien A young man from Stanford was in ing child, the coiilu in which your dead found hi the State for furniture making. TlieHpoeeli wnsdellvun-tariir. are laid to sleep, ami your cotton of the Coal and timber convenient. a plnln, lionent way, that It is compelled a dllema and perplexed to the extent of thinking,! his capacity to endure while passing this South, your hemp, bagging, wool, coal, The trouble at the circus has revivto force conviction on every by lioiict mind. There weined to lie only place yesterday en route to the Somerset tobacco of Kentucky, all are ell'ected or- ed the town organization. Dr. S. C. Dathe extorsive powers of these Trust vis, F. L. Thompson, M.C. Williams, I)r. a deoiro in the npeaker'n nrguuieiitH to Fair. With his companions lie came ganizations. Keally these exactions of A. G. Lovell and D. C. Poynter Jiavo tell the truth, the whole truth and noth- down to take the excursion train, and ing but the truth. Now, nir, was not coucludiiiu' with prohibitionists that tiie the trust power extract millions from been appointed trustees. A marshal the prosperity of the country and gives will soon be had and then woe to the this right ami just, as u minimi w hi a town ought to "go dry," he proceeded it to the avaricious speculator or gambler. great man, w ho In oireriug, or w ishing to with the ihtllcult task of trying to drink it so. After hitting the demon Anil this imwer alfeetsthe laboring massIUI the Hecoitd higheM portion In this Mrs. Jesse Williams and daughter, V a few rounds he was "about three sheets es, tho people, everywhere. The poor of Carthage, III., an visiting relatives great nation (limed especially, from the cradle to the imm of in the wind" and feeling a pressing need Hut now we come to another here. J. C. King, of C. 0. Springs, was grave. Many can's of this unlawful men, called Cliriitlunn. Some of this of heaving up, he sought a secluded spot here Tuesday. K. T. Fish and K. G. grindspeculation in own Williams are tilking in the Somerset fair. clan are lltly represented by the Savior and with his head overhanging a filthy ing the face of our poor,country, he might the MuttiiiVsii'.'.S, which reads: "Kven place in the town branch, he "let her go Win. Towery had his head Injured in a in to, but let us go back to the Old outwardly apear righteous Gallagher," false teeth and all, ami thereeo ye ill-- ) cine mill Wednesday. World jut now and take a case in point, The circus was here Monday. 1,'JOO unto men, but within ye are full of hy- by hangs a tale. He couldn't go on to I have Been come the Fair where his girl impatiently await- although we presume there were no people were in town. About A o'clock, pocrisy and iniquity." Trusts in InTilay. Imagine the case of just before the balloon ascension, severmen much disposed to evade the truth, ed his coming without his masticators, Kutli, tho Moabitish damsel, with her g al parties who had heretofore acted pretnot only evade, but if there "as wime-tliin- and a critical moment in his checkered widowed mother-in-laNaomi, both of tliat wonld give a dillerent ca.e al- ami carousing career had come. After a ty much as they pleased, and being unbe told, they, considerable search the lost "ivory" was whom were in low circumstances, yet der the impression that they were in no together, which should striving to earn a living. This little damAnanias-like- , keep back. See Acts ol fished out of its hiding place in the water danger of nrn-st- , began tiring their pisami mud and putting his pearl-lik- e teetli sel asks permission to glean in the har- tols into the air. The excitement ran Apostles .',, which is as follows: "Hut a where they would do the most good, he vest after the reapers. Permission be- high for a tiiin Judge Lair with severcertain man named Aiiauiai with ing granted, she gleaned in the Held of al marshals after a hard tiissel with his wife, sold a ikmmwIoii and hoarded the train with the vow that he r g- -t drunk any more till IUv.it., gathering six measures of barley. them, landed several of them in jail to kt'pt back part of the price, his wife also would It may be she gleaned on till she had cool. he arrived at Somerset. being privy to it, and brought a certain had gathered 'J, .'? or 5 bushels, n little l.ild it at the Antic's feet. Hut part ami CRAB ORCHARD." more, perhaps, than needed for bread Totersald 'Ananias, why hath Satan mother-in-law- . the overMr. Sam Hardin still keeps his bed for her and her filled thy heart to lie to the Holy tilnwt, of which she proposes to sell to get plus price of a good deal of the time. and to keep back a part of the Miss Mollie Hrooks will commence other little iicccosarics. of life. She gws Is doslrcd and admired by all. Among the land" while it remained was it not to a member of the Tiust Co., the miller, tho things which may best bo done to thine own'.' And after it was wild was it teaching a class in painting at her home and says, "I have some wheat culinnco personal to sell; not in thine own power? Why hast next week. beauty fu tho dally what can I get fork?" "We only give The meeting at Preaehersvillc still use of Ayer's Hair thou conceived this thing in thine heart? you so much a mensure or so much a Vigor. No matter Thou hast not lied unto men, but unto continues, livery night some of our bushel; you must take that," says tho what tho color of young people attend. God.1" tho hair, tills prepaThere is a good deal of complaint hard man of the Trust. The poor dam.Here we see a fair representation of ration gives It a lussel wanted to buy a little llour. "What what men can do, and basely lie. Th-- y aihoug the housekeepers this year about tre and pliancy that do you charge?" "You must pay me to adds greatly to Its may deceive here for awhile, but theday their canned fruit spoiling. charm. Should tho Mr. Opie Lindsay departed this lift-o- much a measure or so much a pound." of reckoning will come. If men either lmir bo thin, harsh, the ."tli. He pained to his eternal Poor Kuth was cornered. She gets about ' attempt such de' politically or religiously dry, or turning gray, one-hathe value of her wheat in llour. ceptions, will they not come under the rest iriiic Hy and peacefully. Ayer's Hair Vigor The show was the poorest that has Is not this tyanny over tho farmer with ,' tho condemnation of the Savior, found in will restoro a vengeance? I have said nothing about will color, tiring out a ever been here. F.very one who attendw hich says they Matthew the remedy for this pernicious evil in new crowth, and the damnation of hell. This being ed was thoroughly disgusted. our country. The remedy is with the, render tho old soft and shiny. For Dr. J. S. Cooper and wife have been "true, how careful we should be to tell keeping tho scalp clean, cool, and people. They should rise en masse and the truth, as found at the heading of very proud of the m rival of a tine boy at say to our these unlawful healthy, thero Is no better preparation in tho market. this article. When we sec men assum- their house since the 5th. He hiis been organized Trusts must be put down, " I am frco to confess that ft trial of ing lofty positions in the church and en- named Charles itedd. Faiimku. crushed out. Ayer's Hair Vigor has convinced mo Huchanaii and family Mr. W. deavoring to injure others, Ananias-like- , Stanford, Ky., Sept. Hi, 1SSS. that It Is a gonulno article. Ita uso has what should we think of such? And not will move to the country this week. He not only caused tho hair ol my wife andr daughter to bo The Colored Teachers, willing to let the truth be presented, but has rented Mr. James Fish's farm and Composed of Garrard and Lincoln, in a sly, hidden way trying to deceive Mr. (Jeorge Holmes' house on the Chap-pell'- s adopted Abundant and Glossy, the following: Gap pike. the people, will not such come under the Kksoi.vko, 1, That we, the teaehersof ) but It has given my rather stunted musProf. J. M. Kuplcy opened school at i m-condemnation of what the Savior said in insuiiui', iiuiiK iiini tni-r- siioiiiii oe tache a respectablo length aud nppear-uneo- ." H. llrltton, Oakland, Ohio. Itt'-"Woe unto you the College last Monday. Miss Lydia a law making tho trustees personally reMatthew '.: Lewis is primary teacher and Mrs. Stark sponsible for their actions as trustees. "My hair was coming out (without Scrilics and Pharisees anil hypocriU any asslstanco from my wife, either). -- , That we, the teachers of the Instifor ye make clean the outside of the cup Fish music teacher. The professor and tute, think that the system of buying I tried Ayor's Hair Vigor, using only and'of the platter, but within they are Miss Lewis are boarding at the Harris and selling schools as practiced hv some one bottle, and I now have at lino a head of hair us any ono could wish for." teachera and trustees should be denounlull of extoi Hon mid excess. Thou blind House. It. T. Schmlttou, Dickson, Tonn. been ced as unprincipled Another business stand has Pharisee, cleanse llrst that which is with" I havo used Aver's Hair Vigor in my !I, That we highly appreciate and reat in the cup nnd platter, that the outside opened up in town. Curtis Kgbert has turn our heartiest thanks to Prof, lluth-nwn- y familyIt for a number hair years, and re-I preparation as tho best gard brought on a new lot of confectioneries also." may Ik clean for his faithful and elllcient work know of. It koops tho scalp clean, tho hair soft nnd lively, nnd preserves tho There are men mean enough to Mis- and has them nicely ananged in the during the session of the Institute. original color. My wlfo bos used It for I, For the constant attendance at our press the truth to injure a man's charac- room under his father's gallery. He ami satisfactory reInstitute and for the useful suggestions n Iontf tltno with most Johnson, M. D s ressults." Isonjamln M. ter. Such are not only Ham, but slan- his father will also keep a oll'ered by our county superintendent, Thomas Hill, .Mo. derers of the worst type, and deserve the taurant in connection with the store and Mr. J. A. Hogle, we return lilin our " My hair was becoming harsh and dry, give them a share thanks. condemnation of the whole community. desire their friends to but niter using half n bottle of Ayer's 5, That wo tender thanks to the peorespectfully sub- of their patronage. All of which is most Hair Vigor it grow black and glosiy. I Miss Minnie Myers has returned to ple of Stanford for their hospitality to- , cannot express tho joy nod gratitude 1 T. K. Wahiik.v. mitted. wards us. J. II. Harber, Fannie H.'Mil-lerfeel." Mabel 0. Hardy, Debt an, 111. St. Louis, after spending the summer M. D. Adams, L. A. Goodloe, S. K. IIkiiilami. Hut little work has with relatives here. Mr. K. It. Gentry, Iackey, Committee. done on the pike during the past three of Stanford, was in town several days riiKrARED nr Judge Thurmaii is himself again and weeks on account of the rain. Mr. Heck-e- r ago. Mrs. K. L. Tanner, of McKinney, Dr. J. C. Ayer tc Co., Lowell, Mass. moves things right along in good was the guest of Mrs. W.T. Stephenson. back ut his home in Columbus. Sold bv DniEKlJts r.nd Terfumers. weather. Cash & Watts seem to be do- Mr. W. A. Carson has gone to Somerset Bucklen's Arnica Salve. sawing cross tics. to attend tho fair. Mr." John M. McKob-erting a lively business The bett lalvcln the world tor cuts, bruises, A. 11. Hastiu has moved his shingle mill Sr., of Stanford, spent Tuesday with tores, ulcers, s.tlt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapnear V. H. Howard's. C. II. Haker has Mrs. Kate Kgbert. Mis. Frnnk Clifford, ped Hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erupor no pay rehis now house about completed. Mits of Livingston, paid a short visit to Mrs. tions, andItpositltcly curesto piles, perfect satisfacIs Kuar.intccd quired. give Kdith Monran. whoriuspended her school Sam Ward. MissSalhe Alcorn has re tion or money refunded, l'rice 5 cents per box, DRUO STOKE, with good business, en easy easy terms. Can show licit cash business ol anv last week on account of her health, and turned to her home near McKinney, af Kor tale by A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. of selling, ill Drug Store in the country Cau-LOCK HOX No 77. health. Addrest went to her homo at Kubanks, has re- ter spending tho summer with tho Miss Lancaster, Ky. Consumption Incurable ? j3if Is turned. Mrs. Dr. Mullius has gone to cb Hardin. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Livingston Head the following: Mr. C. II. Morris, Newcounty to visit her mother. II. made a living triii to iAiuisville. Mrs. Henry ark, Ark., says; "Was down with Abscess of F. ljorton and wife have gone to New Maggie Hibbon and Miss Annio Steph the Lungs, and friends and physicians pronounc.Albany, Iiul., to spend the winter. Mies enson returned to Kansas this week. ed mc me an incurable consumptive, llegan tak ing Dr. King' New Discovery for Consumption, Bessie Light has gone to Ludlow. L. G. STANFORD, KV am now on mv third bottle and able to oversee the An Elegant Substitute and ltov. ti. Nowell, of Pulaski, and Jno. work on my farm. It Is the finest medicine ever Office on Lancaster street, in room recently Newell and Miss ltamsey, of Casey, were For oils, salts, pills, and all kinds of bitter, made,'' Jesse Middleware Decatur, Ohio, says: by Dr W. II, Penny here Sunday to attend the funeral ser- nauseous medicines, is tho very agreeable "Had It not been for Dr King's New Discovery vices of Mrs. Isaac Uaugh. for Consumption I would have died of Lung rrnrr- ,liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. RecTroubles. Was given up by doctor. Am now ommended by leading Physicians. ManuITt-..- " jmip ef Vlgt In the best of health." Sample bottles free at factured only by the California Fig Syrup A. H. Penny's drug store. It Ntture'i own' true laxatW. It U the Company, San Francisco, Cal. Ukon, and th most effective moit Electric Bitters. rTlTYTQ lllitt For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. known to Cleante tho Sytem remedy Thl remedy is becoming o well known and o Head-achc when WHoua or CoitWej to dUpol Are you made miserable by Indigotion, ConitlJ popular as to need no special mention, All who Pim lea. liver-Mol- e. song sing Cold, and Fereri; to Cure Habit- palion, Diiziness, Loss or Appetite, Yellow Skint have u.ed Electric Hitter doe the sameand of ples, Black-Head- s, Sunburn and it is not eaut praise. A purer medicine Is a positive cure. McRobeits ual Conitlpatlon, IndlgetIon, Pllea, etc. Shlloh's Vitaliier Ky ; Crew Co , McKinney guaranteed to do all that It claimed. Electric Tan. A few applications will render the A Stagg, Stanford, most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and Manufactured only by the California Fig Ky.J E. W.Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky. Hitters will cure all diseases of the I.Iver and white. Viola Oream is not a paint or will remove Pimples, Dolls, Salt Kheum and Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy, a positive cure for defects, but aremedytocure. Mcllob other affections caused by impure blood. Will powder tocorer Dyphtheria and Canker-MoutCatarrh, other preparations, and For sale hy A. U. Penny, Stanford. It is superior to., McMn-ne- y, drive Malaria from the tvstein and prevent a is guaranteed to all satisfaction. At drug-eisKy. ; Crow crts & Stags, Stanford, to gire Ky. l'evrrs. For cure of well as cure all Malarial Ky.; E. W.Jones, Crab Orchard, The Kev. Geo. II, Thayer, of Ilourbon, InJ. or mailed for 60 cents. Prepared by ) ' y. to-dareil evil-doer. red-eyed Sap-phlr- About Lying. the Editor Interior Journ.d.) Trusts. Co MT. VERNON, ROCXCASTLE COUNTY, the Kditir of the Interior Journ.il SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT 11 TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN I I have learned that there are rumors out that I don't intend to leave and sell out, but only advertise as a scheme to sell, more goods. While the latter is true so far as selling is concerned, the former is not so. I say emphatically here again that unless something unavoidable should happen, I WILL LEAVE STANFORD in spite of all rumors to the contrary. My goods will and must be sold as I don't intend to move any stock. Every article will be sold regardless of cost, rice or profit. Cash I must have no matter what my loss may be. Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, all share the same fate, nothing reserved. If this is no chance To Buy Goods for Beauty n lf dc-Hcr- ';?, a Moro Song, law-make- rs f. , then there is no other argument nee eessary. iPlease be on hand as early in the morning as possible to avoid the rush SPECIAL CUT IN OVERCOATS AND LADIES' CLOAKS. M first-clas- Fifty cents on the Dollar will buy them and some will be offered at 33 cents on the Dollar, i-- 3 sin-cere- st . h'n Ayer's Hair Vigor, FOR SAXiE. c Opp. Myers House, Stanford. IjEE 3T. HUFFMAN, SURGEON DENTIST, STANroRD, Office south side Main, two doors above Depot St, s, - - NOTICE I TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. I Kentucky. A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. Havins recently equipped a fine Roller Mill in any .tun 10 tne town ui aunioru mai sew; by the eqjal in quality of flour, we we.ueiythe cituens ol Wanted to think week in orlvate iami- - the county should have county pride enough to patronise and sustain the same. We wish to iny or witn dressmaker. Ad dress, wuki it. form whom it may concern that we aro in the Uox63, Lancaster, Ky. 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 meat department ana can now make meal to suit any person. It cannot be equalled by any other mill We solicit a trial in oar flour and in this vicinity meal departmeut. All having grain in our line too acre on the Somerset and Crab Oorchard for sale will please call at the Mill, where our road, halfway between the two places. Well of agent will be found at all times, who will give the gocH water t end of porch. Half c eared and 30 best prices for same. Ilran and shipstuflT always acres in crass. A good outlet for cattle, hogs In stock. W. N. POTTS. W. G. WALLACE, and sheep. Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co jji tf. Dahney Ky. f nt-.i.r.5-4 LAND FOR SALE. 53-t- tmj 'cui aa JWiolaCream ku..ui!. To the Farmers of West Lincoln, Oasey and Elsewhere. Having been authonied by Mr. C, C ViiiArs. dale, proprietor of Hustonville Roller Mills, as htl auent for the purchase of wheat in this section of country, I call with confidence on my old and tried friends of the farming public to see tne before engaging their crops elsewhere. Having been in the trade about twenty years, I am familiar with the business. I feel warranted, therefore, in the declaration that I will be able to facilitate the transfer of your crops to the advantage of all con33 J II.GKKKN. cerned. THE FLORENCE WASHING MACHINE t have bought the right to sell the Florence Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish all who may wish to save their clothes from the rubbing and tearing Incident to the old process of washing. Take one and try it and be convinced. I'll not worry you about buying unless you are fully satisfied a. to its merits. The undersigned have purchased the Florence Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, and without hesitation pronounce it a success in every particular, doing all that is claimed for it: Wm. Daugherty, J. W. Wallace, Dr. Uourne, Mrs.S. P. Salter. A. C. Sine, Hill Perkins, Lewis Dudderar, J. E. Lynn, L. L. Dawson, C. Vanoy, Mrs, Amanda Peak, George Peyton, Alex Holts-claC, C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. E. narrow, A. M.reland and many others. Kid-ncy- ts FOR SAZiX. Two miles South ot Address me at Carlisle, Ky. W, CHAIG. Why will you cough when Shlloh's Cure will says: "llolh mjrielf and wife owe oui lives to Shtloh'i Coniumpllon Cure. McRobcrti & Sta,. give immediate relief! l'rice toe, 50c and $1,00. Stanford, Ky.; Crowd: Co., McKinney, Ky.; E, McRoberts&Siagg, Stanford, Ky., Crow & Co. McKinney, Ky.; E.W.Joncs, Crab Orchard, Ky, W. Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky. I Headache, Conitlpatlon and Indigestion try Electric littler. Entire satisfaction gauranteed or money refunded. Price 50c and St per bottle a A. H, Penny' drugstore. 5b. O. 35 Acres Iand BITTNER &, CO., House and Stanford on Neal! Creek TOLKDO, OHIO. & For Sale at McRobertt Stagg', Stanford, Ky. Headquarters at S. S, Myers' store. M.F. ELKIN. , MMf&&m. 1 k-- 5. A m ..iui wWWwaKWHmHWMlM 11 A prohibitionist nnmetl Jones will Hakuison's letter of acceptance is out and tho general impression it produces run against Hoger Q. Mills in Texas, wo is that it is very common placo string of supposo to seo how far ho can got left. George Ijiw, who last week lavished platitudes, arranged somewhat to "catch Stanford, Ky., S'kitemijeu 14. 18S8 'em a coming and a gwine." Ho swal- upon tho gamblers, bruisers and barlows the whole platform, Chineso exclu- keepers $40,000 of his ?J00,000 income,, sion and all, notwithstanding ho spoke contributes this week 51 --',000 to the vol- ' W. F WALTON, and voted in favor of the unrestricted low fever sullerers of Jai k.sonville. of llarrods Night Watchman Hoard, immigration of the Mongolians while in Mitchell, a In n ilfbate between (Jen. Wolfortliiml the Senate. Wo have the entire docu-- , burg, had to shoot Crreeiislmrg. tho former expos- ment ready for the press, but a lack of prostitute, before lie could arrest her. Finley at ed a scheme of tho latter for a national space lorimis us appearance mis inne. She knocked him down three times with in each county to bo regulated Besides it can wait. He was in no par- an iron bar before he let her have it. Richard A. Proctor, an English sciby the government. Finley denounced ticular hurry to get It before tho public entist and astronomer, for some years a the charge as a lie and the old general a and we are neither. resident of tho United States, died in a liar. Hut the old gentleman bided ids Mit. Wattkiison has been heard from New York of well defined yellow fever, time and only smiled as usual. After Louhaving contracte'd the disease in Florida. Finlev had sotten through. Gen. AVol- - very little in this campaign, hut the isville Times says ho has been quietly at ford produced a letter from Judgo J. It. A freight on the N. Y., P. & 0. railin New Sampson substantiating the chargo that work at democratic headquarters road ran into tho rear end of an excur however, ho he had made, and Finley had to practi- York. Beginning sion train at Rittman Station, O., killing will deliver a campaign address in New cally admit that it was true. When the four persons outright and injuring !!." adcheering had ceased, Wolford pointed York City, to bo followed by other others, three of whom have since died. New his linger into Finley's face nnd said dresses in Boston, Providence and Wm. Clinton, an Arkansas school ho will speak in Chi emphasis which showed how Haven. After that with an teacher, whipped a girl 14 years of age. reearnest he was, "You are a liar and an cago and probably in InUianapolis, next day her brother came with turning homo tho 1st of October. Dur The Thu never varir. infamous scoundrel and you can't bluff drawn knife and ho and the teacher ttrengthpowderwh.letomeiic A marvel ol purity ing tho remaining five weeks of tho cam- fought till both were mortally wounded. man the and ordinary kindt, nnd cannot be nld in me, for I know you arc a coward." Tho Courier-Journcompetition wilh the multitude of low tctt, hort crowd went wild and Finley was a dead paign he will make the The 21st annual encampment of the weight alum or photphite powder. Sold only in "hotter'n a lime kiln." Royal lUkiNQ i'ohiikk Co., cock in tho pit afterwards. Grand Army of the Republic is in ses- Cam. ltS Wall Street. New York. The President very aptly sayB, "Un- sion at Columbus and the whole city is Thompson be the Little Red Hog Phil S. O. DAVIS, full of old soldiers. There is also a good for Congress 807 in 1W2, while McCreary necessary taxation is unjust taxation. sprinkling of pension agents and coffee, from tho undue PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, downed Thomas Toddy by 4,103 in 1SS0. Our people ask relief and unnecessary burden of tariff taxa- coolers. Notwithstanding this, Bradley carried M1 ViCHNOX, K v. Miss, Jennie MeKeiuie, of Blue Rapthe district in 18S7 by 71K5, owing to the tion now resting upon them. They are ids, Kansas, aged 17, tried to imitate the democratic apathy and prohibition re offered freo tobacco and free whisky. feata of a contortionist whom she saw at Office next door to Whitehead' Drug tore. cruits for the same party. Bradley's vic They ask for bread and they are gjven a a circus and in doing so dislocated her Specialaltcntion given to dieae of children tory, however, was purely accidental and stone." Will they take it, or by their thigh, and several young doctors had a while we have no idea that such a result votes show their utter execration of a picnic getting tho pretty member, into could bo obtained again, it behooves our party which seeks to rob the people by shape. party to be prepared forany contingency. perpetuating in timca of peace a tax The P. M. General's report shows THE CERTS' FURNISHER, exegences of We inclino to tho opinion expressed by imposed to meet tho that tho number of Presidential war? democrat the other day, that a red-h513 4th St., Louisville. ces in force July 1, 18S8, was L',50:', an inGov. Hill was renominated by acMcCreary can beat all the republicans crease of 1GC. The tot.il amount of sala The fnhion ofthc day in the Gent' and prohibitionists this side of hades, clamation at Buffalo, N. Y., Wednesday, ries paid to Presidential ostinasters was ing line will always be found in my store.Furniih. I am but saying so will not accomplish it un- with Jones for lieutenant governor and Total agent lor the Indianapoli Sleam Laundry, the " increase of belt Laundry in the world. less work is added to talk. McCreary Gray for tho Court of Appeals. Every- gross receipts from Presidential has made us one of the best Congress- thing was harmonious and tho leaders for the year was $:13,4JS,9S$, an in men this or any other district ever had are confident of victory all along the lino crease of 13,322,820. and the democrats must see that his ma- in November. The Empire State will MT. VERNON, KY. give Cleveland more than 1,040 plurality jority is what his merits deserve. CHURCH AFFAIRS. this time. Thi oM anil Hotel it ittll maintain, Cqj Hull, in the Rev. B. M. Karris, late pastor of the Ma J. R. Wauhkn, of this place, now Southern Presbyterian church at Frank- injf in fine reputation. Charge reatonable. Spesocks it to 'em as follows and it must bo cial attention to llie traveling public. admitted that tho criticism is not unde- in his 82d year, who has always voted fort, who recently moved to Searcy, Ark. M. I. NKWCOMU, l'rop.. the republican ticket, has been convert- died Sunday. served: "Tho insignificance and impoMi. Vernon, Ky. tence of the republican press in Ken- ed to tariff reform by Judgo Thurinan's At Brodhead on the 18th a Baptist tucky is a subject of frequent comment. Port Huron speech, and will cast his Sunday-schoconvention will be held, One sufficient reason for this is tho fact vote next November for him and Qrover and on the l'.Uh the Rockcastle Baptist LONDON, KENTUCKY, that the party in this State is composed Cleveland. Association will convene. chiefly of the negro population, together The Woman's Christian Aid Society CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Tiiehe are conventions ami convenwith the vast majority of ignorant and tions, but one would hardly imagine will give a supper at Brodhead on the illiterate whites. But oven if there was there is a National Convention of Danc- night of the l'.ith, for the benefit of the Thoroughly Kenovalcd and Kcfurnithed. t Fare and Keatonablc Price. Day and night a constituency for political papers of the ing Masters. .Yet there is nnd it is in Christian church, now nearly completed. Trams arc met by I'olilc l'orter"oi thtt Popular republican color, tho reader could not be session at New York. Tho object is to Rev. J. T. Barrett, the young Home. content with such stupid and erroneous invent new dances and reform abuses who will attend tho Theologicstatements as are put out by tho fow in tho old. al Seminary at Louisville, spent tlie bumpublications professing their principles I mer in preaching in this section, the Chaiuman Alfoho has called a meet visible results of his labor being 27 con now in existence." ing of the Kentucky Leaguo of Demo versions at Wayuesburg and 20 at I will deliver to regular cuttomcr in Stanford and A tahle of the vote of the State, class- cratic Club's te convene in Louisville, ticinuy cery morning ified into CongreKsionaldistrictsandpub-lishe- d Thursday, October 4. Frank Html and ! The Main Street Christian Church. At in the shows other prominent speakers will be on 278 to 4:1 to ac- orAccount mint be paid al the dote of each week Lexington, voted Sunday wncn cmtuincr quit "Gen." Bradley carried the :id by 1,040, hand and deliver addresses. K E BARROW 9 cept Mrs. Chinn's gift of a handsome orthe 8th by 795, the 0th by 359, the 10th (Jen. Wolfortl anil gan to bo used in worship. It is said A DEitvTi: between by 1,050 and the 11th by 1,418. A bare nearly all of the 4:1 have signified reference to such a result should ninko Judge Finley ia better than a circus. that every democrat who faile.l to vote uo ho. They will como together at Williams- - their intention to abide the will of the majority, which shows a true chiistian hind the house and kick himself till ho b,,r on tht -- 7tl'' wIl'-- ,he oW spirit. w!l1 boarJ the lion in his den. GEO. A. RO.IIER, 'li'its from himself a promise never to J Semi-Weekly Interior Journal j mm LADIES' SHOES IN ALL GRADES JVST RECEIVED. Dog-Hea- d I bar-roo- m to-da- STANDARD SCREW, MACHINE SEWED, HAND SEWED, HAND TURNED, IN t T POWDER Absolutely Pure. GALF, GRAIN, GOAT, AMERIGAN, al Furores BaXD. BOYS' CHILDRENS' t MISSES' AND SCHOOL SHOES MEDIUM AND EXTRA HIGH TIPS. LIGHT AND HEAVY WEIGHT 77-l- f. 1BMUC1IS & M'TOBEJlttTS WOOD WALLACE, post-olli- ot H'-W.SOO, $3,-"J,5- jiost-otll-c- NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. Courier-Journa- l, Good nnd Clean Molasses-- , Sugar- - nnd I for Sale Cheap. T. K. Walton. ICE CREAM FREEZERS A I lour-Ilar-rcl- H Sj-l- ol JACKSON HOUSE. . Tint-clat- T. R. WATTOIT'S. ExtraetH for lee Cream T. R. WALTON'S. ELEGANT GREEN TEA ar T. R. WALTON'S. NICE CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS Misn-issippia- n, 107-t- f. ICE, ICE, XCE y. Courier-Journa- l, Two Cent Per Pound ' SFECTJLATI01T. .i T. R. WALTON'S. T. R. 1 u wnr-hon- w Fruit Jars & Sealing Wax Z7 Al WALTON'S. ! do SO again, .. 1 NEWS CONDENSED D ANVTLLE,lBdYLE COUNTY. W Thu Louisville Tost bays: "Mr. Kwell, Two more murders in miinlerous of London, has been chosen as the lamb Louisville this week. to bo sacrificed on the republican altar Boyd Winchester, minister to .Swiin the Congressional race in the 8th did-- tzerland, is hack at home on a visit. trict. Mr. Kwell will be lucky if he gets j Senator Beekissaid to bo bo ill of witlnn o.ooo ot as many votesas McOresi j rt .Huise that his nhvsicians advise . . Ml .a ti. ry. rrt t mourner biaiement win nanny complete rest. be controverted, but you are away oil" in The brotherhood will reouest the tho kind of animal to be sacrificed. Brer. Southern roads employing negro firemen Ewel! is a"littio red hog," and don't you to substitute white men. forget it. Spencer Cooper has been appointed Thk republicans claimed :!0,000 major-it- y postmaster at Hazel Green, Wolfe counin Maine and jjot less than 20,000. Al- ty. He is editor of the Herald. Hon. .T. L. M. Currv, United States though Blaine's majority in 1884 was L'0,084 yet they make as much fuss as if Minister to Sjiain, lias resigned and is they had won a famous victory. The soon to return to tho United States. Gov. Buckner and Treasurer Sharp democrats carried Alabama a week or two ago by about 73,000 mjority, or attended the Somerset Fair Tuesday and about double that of Cleveland, and yet Wednesday and proved great drawing tho democrats made no fuss about it cards. A premature explosion of a blast in But a dying man will catch at straws. a tunnel on tho Montana Central Bail- The returns from Maine show a great way killed ten men and seriously injurfalling olF in the prohibition vote. If ed five. Hon. Frank Until, of Ohio, the elothe result there is anything to go by, Fisk and Brooks will fall even behind quent and convincing tariff reform oraBelva Lockwood in tho freo for all race tor, will speak at Lexington, Wednesday for the presidency. Thu Louisville Times Sept. 20. If no other democratic candidates aps says that it begiiiB to look liko tho are once more taking their politics pear by tho 23th, tho committee will declare Ashcr Carutli tho nominee in the like they used to take their whisky 3th district. straight. Four women claimed Actor Drako The President's letter stating in a as their lawful husband and to get rid of clear and foicible manner the issues be- all of them, lie committed suicide at tween tho democrats and republicans Springfield, Mo. appears in full on our fourth page. It is Tho oliicial majority of Montgomery like all his utterances, bold and fearless, over Clements in tho 4th district is 847, and of his numerous excellent papers it and he has been declared the nominee is perhaps the best. Wo hope every of the party by the committee. one of our readers will peruse it Banker H. 11. Courtney, of Lexington, sold this week 2!) shares of Northern J. O. Bust, who has ably assisted W. at $123.:!0 and $123.43. Fayette National sold at $171.50 and First National at A. Wilgus in tho editorial department 1 11 1 i 1 i There are 74 appeamilcos for the 4U& 41 Uroadway ahd 51 N"vw Street, circuit court, which begins Monday. NI.W YORK CITY Fox Bros, sold this week to Fuller of Georgia, 3 head of Southern Groover, Stocks, Bo. drain. Provisions nnd horses at an average of $100 each. J. C. Masottheimer has removed to the residence on tho not tii west corner of UOUOHT.SOl.n.V crimi:i O.V MARGIN I1. S. tend for explanatory pitmplilet. 61 ry Main and Second streets, wiiero lie will Mr. perhaps open a boarding-house- . Joseph W. Caldwell has returned from Texan, after a year's absence. Rev. W. C. Young, D. P., is now in LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. charge as president of Centre College. His faulty may not be hero until about THE LARGEST AND FINEST December 1st. Peter Gilcher and wife will sail from Bremen for the United HOTEL IN THE CITY. Suites about tho 17th inst. A. P. Bruce, W. A. Russell, Kl Hutchings, Frank RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDFox, K. W. Lee, J. C. Hardin, Mack BasING TO ROOMS. Hughes, W. J. Bohon, W. T. Guest, il Guest nnd hundreds of others from here attended tho Somerset fair this TURKISH RUSSIAN OATHS IN HOTEL BANKER AND BROKER FOR SALE Tifiy-ofie A.re on it, 4 I I mull hone mile Term;aiy and. tiDilly in gran, with mi Crab Onhard Pike ( WAI.ION. 1 FOR RENT! If above not told reaianahle figure. will rent the hoii.c at T W WAI.TO.V. THE GALT HOUSE, A-- pro-bib- care-full- y. of the Hopkinsvillo South Kentuckian, Steps have been taken for the imhas resigned his position to permanently mediate construction of an electric lino retire from the newspaper business, and of cars from Richmond, Vn., to the hiswill bo succeeded by A. M. Wallis, a toric battlefield of 'the Seven Pines, or newspaper man of 20 years' experience. Five Oaks. Tho remains of A. J. Ford, Jr., The Danville Advocate calls him Robert L. Kwell when his namo it is Rich- which have been deposited in a vault in ard. If you can't think of Dick, call him the cemetery at Lexington sinco Juno tho "Littlo Bed Hog" and he will an- 8, have been shipped to Richmond, Va., for interment. swer just as well. If given in time, your chickens will Hon. Jalues A. McKenzio nnd Hon. ICdltor W. II. Bolk, of tho Loxing-to- n A. M. Svopo,will speak at Nicliolasville never havo gapes or cholera. We mean Drummer, mourns tho loss of his Monday, September 17. .The latter has Ganter's mimic chicken cholera cure. cure no juty" by McKoburts dear littlo daughter, Margaret, aged ncar-- y signified his willingness to run for Con- .Sold gress in thu 7th. four years. $1.K).43. The suit of John Builder, of Dundas Canada, against Geo. C. Cohen, of pending for some time in tho Boyle circuit court, for the recovery of $000 duo on a note sinco April 21, 1883, has been settled and the case will go ofl next week. Builder sold' n stallion to Cohen, whoso printed pedigree given to Cohen and generally circulated showed him to be a cross between a pure Clydesdale stallion and pure Canadian trotting stock. Builder removed to Canada and soiuu months after, Cohen refused to pay the note. After the suit wus instituted, Mr. Builder mado several expensive trips from Canada in the hope of getting a trial, but owing to various causes, could not do so. Ho came here a week or moro ago, and after some of tho proof on both sides had been taken, it was found that the case could not be ready for trial at tho next term, which begins Monday. TiiC caso was settled lv uouen surrendering thu horse, by Builder retaining tho $200 already paid nnd jiaying to Cohen's attornev the sum of $23. Builder claims that he would havo fought tho case to the bitter end if lie had had the time and it had otherwise been possible for him to do so; provided ho had not licfiii informed that even if ho had ob tained judgment, the horso would havo been till the sheriff could have found to levy on. Law-rencebu- fi ANTEH' CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! s If BUGGIES, CARRIAGES Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over LiaaaaaaaBiSfLiaaaaVtlWlaW Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for tho trade. Oome and see our goods before making your selections. You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. . MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than made, and to be convinced of efficacy only requires a trial, a bottle is enough foi one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using s of .1 bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned und your money will be refunded. has-been 50-centwo-third- Thousands GEO. WE&RENT, KJCJSLNrG'R. cum it all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a remedy mat posilivtly SMSF0RD HMMG MM Flooring, A. C, SINE, CO. Sidings, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber. Mouldings, Brackets, Scroll Work, Frames, Sash, Doors, ISlinds, Veranda Work, Etc. For sale by McRobertH .V Sues, Stanford. Superintendent. L MIHPlfMai4 -- M - ' , I, l.l ' I Ik Semi-Weekly 3 Interior Journal ! Look at lirueo tMcHohurtb' new "ml." fc'uiii.uir.i. will bij ho re next Tuesday. rcceiv-'ctlntS. Tin: College Iibh 0(1, the Seminary 10 nml the Public School pupils up to (Into. NKW ADVKItTISEMEXTS. i.e. walvon, Bus. MunaKur Sr.v.NFoito, .ee ml A.voTimi lot of new goods just Kv., Skitumiili. 14 188s ILsimiikw'. OvsTiius n- veil in any tylu at ' per half ilo.cn at Ziniincr'n. - tho harbor, is still alive ami bettor than ever prcpatcd to plonso the public in anything in bis line. Tiiumi-so.v, TO STOCKME11T. Having regained my health I hate opened Mallei nt in)' oftt stand, Nns $4,ti niidto South fry- or street, Atlanta, iieorgut 1 woulil be lad in secure, nil my runner patronage and desire to call j the iittcntioii of all hipcrs to thli point to my atnhlei. Liberal advance mnde on Mock. No in- - ' ureUchargid. j F HKDD. I A GRAND OPENING! We Will Open our Stock of PubllBhotlUvory Tuoaday and Frtdny AT S n PJOlt ViCAIt.IX AJDV.A.N'OJfi not fo paid P ' 83 CO will be charged.- - K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 'I rain least, Ho laid at j 33 a in and 7U0 ud return ill 6 p m mill S 40 1 m ft m L.&H.LI0AL Mail train Rome North F.spress TIME CARD. .. . North .. .6;0m Freight North ., .....633 p m South. ..i.. . .... passengers. 1 he latter trains also Solar '1 he ahovc it calculated on standard time, time it about to mlnnles flcr. train " South ' Souin j pin '7 p m ...ja; am I 1 u Jtpm Local irr MEANS BUSINESS. warranted. Tiir. s Watch is and jewelry repaired and A. H. IVnny. lsst place to buy drugs, patent and toilet articles is at A. It. j N properly of the ettutcof Geo 11. Anderson, deed, for the presidency. Our people would a follows' probably not rare to hear her lecture, but A lot of beds, bedding and furniture, one sewing level. 7ERS0NAL'P0rNfsT machine and other household goods, the farm of if she wore eaged and a small admission about 85 acri'S about a half mile Soulh of J. T. IIikkku has sold his general mer- fee charged, thoy would on Milm. J. A. Coti'KSTKK Is visiting her jony up to see latort' halfthe Liberty aturnpike, and ofthe lettl intereM in small tract land on chandise store at .MeKinney to J. West looking creature she is. the W'alcra of Green Kiver. what kind of a parents in Iloylc. lUiloy for cost and carriage. Mr. 1 locker Mr. Dutton the tenant now on the farm will show Mit. M. L. lloriiNK started to Virginia is undecided as to what business he will Wk hear murmurs of considerable disit to any one desiring to purchase. to visit relatives Wednesday. go into, but will likely remain at voters satisfaction among the colored Ik; very ill Terms. For the personalty and Knob land a Da. Daviii Iouas is said to with tho actions of the bosses and one or credit of 3 months on note with good security, bearing interest for all sums 01 $10 and over but at his home in Iloylo county. will with the under that inoru have said d farm, I,hoiiiki. Hon. Font F. liobbitt democrats next they It voteabout time cahondy amount cash. For Die6and 13 months Mil Alvi.n Cyimio, of Pittsburg, Pa., of sale, remainder li is time. on notes with cjood security, bearing Interest from Is visiting Misses Maud and Maggie) will address the people of Hrodhead and were awakening to the fact that date of possession and possession to be given Jan. ' vicinity Saturday afternoon at 2 on the thoy Welsh. ). N. MhNKFKM, the democrats are their true friends and 1, 188.;. Admr of Geo. II. Anderson, c. t. a. Mus. H. 0. McKkv.voi.iw and H. S. Ho- -' tarill', with which qiirntioii he is thor-hothat it is unworthy of them to do the of Decatur, 111., are visiting Mrs. It. (Highly conversant and which he hnndlos bidding of the radical Ihjksos, like dumb In his inimitable way. S. Ltle. driven cattle. We hope that Mr. It. C R. B. Miss ItACiux AI.UMIX, ol ucorgc An oil painting of little Lucille Cooper Warren will address them especially at SUCCESSOR TO tow ii, is vMtlng her sister, Mrs. Judge bv Mrs. Kate HuH'mim Culbertson, of an early date. u 1..... It. ,,,.1, M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, '"Kton, is on exhibition in Penny's ..'..., iiv.Titiir. of Mad-- , m MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. , t . , lnv window and is a rt'iil gem of art It .. u...i f cnrr-in- t 611 4TH AVENUE, , . JHim n ..so., John Kidd and Miss Mary Hrooks i is a perfect likeness and the execution is . here luosday. LOUISVTLLE, KENTUCKY. were united in marriage, yesterday near iiuiMit. worthy of tho Mas. M. Mn...i:it, who made many May wood. friends during her long stay here, Ins n CiiAYo.v Portrait Painting executed W. II. Hrvssler and Miss Caroline The Nobbiest & Most Stylish moved to Ixjuisvitlc, itromntlv at reasonable tiricos. Sneoi- - S.illaer wore married near Crab Orchard Vegas lL.nKO( ,nv work ean lie seen at tho fur- Stock of Ma. MoitaisJ, Fmiius, of yesterday. Now Mexico, is on a short visit to , t,m. mow of It. K. Woaren in Stan- C. C. Terry took to himself a wife Advocate. family hero.-Dan- ville or(if wll0 will ,,1 Kjvo j,rjtH.8 iml oljlt,r yesterday in the person of Miss Sara K., Swi:i:ni:y, of Ltncastor, jfon,m,iOI1 or n(,ln.M mu m Klrksville. Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture daughter of M. P. the pretty ininti..i.i.s, in jlrH AllIlio w jm,.H. pus sin I lliniiign uiiseuy My prices will be as low as such goods F.scr brought t o the city of Lomssille, now opun and Undertaker's Goods. Hubble, of MeKinney. rmto for Cincinnati and Owensboro. can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial ana yon will bo conWo lire in receipt of the after earils including the Mu. DNii:i.Srno, Sit., of Casey, was i Tun wife of John liaMiiioau, who has of Mr. and Mrs. James Halley Dunlap, KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. In re Saturday ami called in to coiimiIo Im'oii ill of malarial fever for sometime, Angeles, Cal., Anda'somy own importation of Knglish Hats - himself. attempted suicide at her home near Ijiu- - who wore married at j with iii. lie's got a bad winare 'caster, Monday, by cutting her throat on the oth. The bride was Miss Liura and Caps An elegant line ot Canes and Lyon's D. Wi:aiiiu Mn isn Mits. Cko. Comstock White, and is said to bo a very Celebrated UiuhrilLu always on hand Fine visiting their daughter, Mrs. It. (J. Hail, with a razor. Two gashes, one of which el 'guilt and accomplished Mr. lady. cut the windpipe, and the other barely SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, at somerset and attending the fair. Dunlap is prosecuting attorney for his r, Will missing tho jugular, came near Misns. Sot Owns, John Farris, other Furs, h specialty Orders outdistrict and is stopping right along into Gloves and solicited, pirfect satisfaction guaranWin. Pinter and many others plishing her design, side of nty prominence and favor in his adopted teed Don't tail tocrdernNOlUlY HAT iyr from here are attending the Someret jr N Stan.o...,, home. His friends bore and elsewhere ro. k. It. II. Couitney, Rinkor in Kentucky will learn of his happiness '"Da C Co and wife have moxed Kv., SALE. 'J Mrs. II. It. jxlnum. Ky., has for sale- with pleasure, and wish him a long life On account of bal health, I offer for sale my to Judge Satilloy's. Mr. and dBjJjgjTaMAjAjMwfalMMAAfaBBj ' Wl I . n..u-of connubial bliss and continued pros- farm, containing ni acres tannin)- - lind, well im- - i rsBrULssl.UA " m A Miff Ntiitloy, of Montiallo, will live with " good coudmoiied and well managed perity. prosed, and 70 acres timber land near by Fori II. 1'. KSl'F.S, , , particulars addreit. ,1.1 ...i... !...- 'iieiu. .t i. ...i. fi... Frj)HraslsCw)rK9VsvAHsfls9sl))))) "RV " ol Armin-- " 5(11 sND.Mus.J. r. (.ticrwinney, Lincoln toumy, rvy oov. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. and conimuni-gratulation- s - tage of thitopiKirtuiiity are in Kichniond, receiving the conof friends. The (iovemor's tite with liim at once as the demand for Old coin sold in .Madison at $:).;. s,,K'k is ooiiiiK active witli him.' ' Host wheat is worth IK) cents in Cin niu.orltv is about H's.OOO. .. .. W fl... V..M--". i John Bom.iiy says in his Winchester cinnati. .'lAIIOM, jnibiui " s" ' llEV. It. 'I wo one Orjnn, two two -- Harry T. Hush sold to K. P. Wood a DiuiiiK l'ianos(Safes, one alnut Wardrobes, Dm. iM)rt Haptist church, wife and daughter' Sun that Lincoln county is a good place Katension Koom in 'I able, one Hoot. Case, one lare lledstcad mi; are visiting their many friends to go away from. Well, yes, in his case lot of mule colts at $.0. and Wire Spring. I'illows, lilankits, Coal Oil Paris Kentuckian. Apply Tank and many other things. For cash these arA farm of 10:1 acres for rent. It looks o. I'p nt Winchester lie seems Apply to ticles can be had at a bargain J. S. Josus, immagor of S. L. Powers A to 1k a pietty big man, judging from the to C. L. Crow, Stanford. AI.F.X S. I'AXTOX , says that Powers Mr. Stanford, Ky -- A. T. Nunnolloy bought of Dr. J. H. Co's. store hen-complimentary terms in which his party Also a clocks, piliw lllunkcts and opened up at Colum- in thooountycndorscdhiin forCongross, Owsley a lot of dry cows at .' cts. w rites that ho has mattresses bus, 0., In grand style and that six clerks while if lie had have remained here it is Foit ur.NT. The William Hays house lannot wait on his customers. possible the transcendent genius of tho with 10 to 50 acres, as preferred, for 'SV. It Mu. i:. C. Wai.tos is holding up the gieat What is It, would have so F. Hcid. Intkiiioii JontNAi.N end of the log at tho overshadowed him that Congress and J. K. Kern, of Hourbon, sold to Jno. .A. Iho Xttnd ami Stotilc. Somerset Fair, which is proving to lie his name would never have been nssoci- - Darnell, of Savannah, Ga., 11 big mules As I desire to lease Kentucky I will sell ntgreat -. ((ti(j for S Lists.1,. the best ami most succcssnu m me.-imisacrifice a saw mills complete w ith 30 hore boilers and 30 horse cosines, a saw works, ox log wag exhibition. closes the excellent A. M. Pence has bought in tho last on a.liorse wagons, burkboard, 1 spring wagj Uai Man Takk.n. A Deputy V. S. odiiestiay catMiss I Att in Hr.i.i.KY loft on uud liariiess 3 okc of cattle, 3 mules, 1 horse, few days a number of grist mill complete, and my farm of 560 acres of Marshal, with tho nssiManco of Thomas tle at lets. for lmlsvllloi where she will servo her nob land well timbered. Will sell pnsatelv. captured S W Yh ill, Casey MAKT SMITH, friends and tho public its A. T. Nunnolloy bought of S. II. f Masood, Ky. desiring her assistance Monday, and l.slgod him In jail here on Haiighman a small bunch of agent Tlioso wnrmiit charging him with resisting a heifers at 11 cts. can address Imr at .",05 West Chestnut. A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. W. Auxins was made an fetloml olllcer, who was destroying a James Heau bought Wednesday of moonshine distillery inTennessee in 1884, ho'norarv incmborof tho "Anti-Chinos- o Thomas Wood, of Danville, 40 1,280-lb- . County," last t which time J. M. Phillips, one of the steers nt $4.o0. Democratic Club of Winchester Democrat. m.rshals, was killed. Pile was driving a Mondav and n.adoa rousing speech, upon J. F. ltoild, Atlanta, is himself again As administratrix of e wagon ami just as he drove John D. Carpenter, deceaswhich he was highlv eoinplinionted by and stockmen would do well to confer ed, I willon t ot H'0 f(,r1 ofUroen river, near Lib-o- f Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by The Judge has a host with him. See notice from him in this the entire club. with THURSDAY, SEPT. 27th, 1888, Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s ")', the olllcer leveled a shot-gu- n Bakery, Restaurant and war... friends in issue. h ' ' surre.itlored ; Il fo lowing property, the Monroe Leer sold his sweepstako Sell to farm Inuliest bidder theon tliu Tiik following persons took advantage acomlitloiinlly, when J Store. They will keep constantly on hand everyHouse locked the of the deceased, Hustonville .V California Fruit at tnc of tho cheap rato oxoursion on the K. C. to J. II. Moonoy, of Contralia, Kas., Middleburg pike, a miles from Itiistonsille: thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of r"colets on his wrists. Pile was known jack for Sl.'JOO. Henry liishop bought in St. 50 head of t, 400 pound cattle, 30 head of 1,300 to the Imposition at Cincinnati and loft ..., ...... ... .,..o Louis 100 mules at $S0 to $140. Paris pound cattle, 30 head of yearling steers uud licit-er- Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. .'ir. nun urn, n. yi L'stertlnv morning: .ur. 20 cows and cals cs,ao brood mares 3 year:iil'lf. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. varren, D"d-- thought that hu would iho heloro lie News. ling hrc colts, a aged work mare mules, and Mrs. U.S. Withers, Mrs. Kate void submit to arrest, but he didi i't. a car.otd mare mules, 150 aoo pound hogs, . . i P. P. Nunnelley bought of Sam Harmu M.iirirm Viiu'lnnd. MIrh Kate' lie hits a , roller serving a en y, oars a lot of shoats, 40 head of ewes bred to SouthV V,,; Mr CJJ. Carson. d cattle at II cts.; down buck, 1,0 acres of corn. 15 acres of millet, ris 10 head of R. ZIMMER, wheat, 51 shares Respectfully, 784 bushels , !,,,. ,.t w rnn. sontonce lor his paiticipation Intht;same K cows, averaging 1,200, at --' cents; one VJ Ions of hay,National Hunkofstock, 30 shares of of Hustonville ami ch'ildren, who trouble for which lie will now be tried. Wholesale and Retail. mock in the Farmers N11t10n.1l Hank ot StanIs came after his wife 1 1,500-lb- . bull at cts. nnd a 1, ford. Also farming Implements and household have been Bpendliig the HUinmer with' and kitchen furniture. Tin: Club borenado of Judge M. C. cow for SI 5. Reid, and after reII. her father, Terms made known on day of sate, u' ilnv or ... left Tuesday for, Saulloy was attended by over 1200 per- Cattle are firm in Cincinnati at 1J to maining Mll. M W. CAKl'KNTKR, Admit. John I). Carpenter, Dcc'd. ami sons, more than lot) ot whom wore in fi cents, tho latter for best shippers. i,.,w. Mr .Innes s v -- THATIt before, will 011 that day rent the general nianager of the Decatur, Ala., line. The Clubs of MeKinney and Hogs are dull and lower, best selling at "Leenot rented contaiiig 354 acres ot Sit, 1 blue Farui,1' Iniprovemiint and lMirnace Co.. were largely represented and tho (1 cents; sheep are active tit2J to 4, best Krask land. made up of St. 1iuls cnpltalists, and will much of his time display was very creditable. After sev- wethers 4 to 4 J; stockors 11 J to lii. nocossarially spend W. W. it P. 0. Sandidge have sold eral appropriate selections, well render- in the SouthlMHfajUjndvinter. - HAVF led by the Gold nml Silver Hand, Col. to Dr. Franklyn, of Glasgow, their lino CTY AND VICINITY. Welch presented the Club in a very hap- combined stallion, Second Jewel, for As executors of Samford Erwin, dee'd, we will ' e on tho Stanford & his py little speech, to which Judge Sautloy During tho three years Second sell atI'lke, late residence midway between the two towns, Km ity barrels at T. -- CFof the very eloquently and feelingly responded. Jewel has been In the hands s simply delicious. Each member and others then shook ho has been shown In fair lings ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1888, Tub wvathor now is Jc The following personal property: bands with the Judge nnd Mrs. Saulloy 42 limes nnd has IIS of theBO tiniOH taken fat steers, 4 high grade Sesen annd isear-olDon't forget tho Fresh Oysters, Fish nml many a moist eye told mutely how the blue ribbon. heifers, 5 high grade co sand calves, 35 high grade hogs, 75 high grade sheep, I pair aged and Celery at J. T. was. The family sad the parting A. B. & L. W. Hudson bought So iiuii;. llinre miliesri lainuy nurse, 3 fine combined line ones, Tine yearling filly, loft Wednesday for Ijiramio, Wyoming, licatlof fat mules from Wakefteld & Lee seo Cam. nt S. II. Shauks,,aud " the barouche and uure and colt, brood maru with tho exception of Miss Helen, who at $180 per head. Martin, Thompson harness, buggy unit harniss, j spring- wagon he Is daily roceivwiji:. Having secured tho services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchwagon and harness, 1 mid harness, ., has gone to Knoxvillo to become an ait it Co bought of John Tewiney 50 yearwheat drill, harrow, plows, harvesting machine, maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness fall btudent. There is u deep and general re- ling mules at SU5 per head. Samo sold ,Vi, 'c. 16 acres of corn 111 held and 5 stacks of I iiavi: just received a big line of new hay. Mr. Averott, of Million, 20 yearling and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit tho Zeigler Hros.' make, and In- gret over the departure of this very ex- to n on sale. bhocs of the milieu at S100 per head. L. W. Hudson Terms made knoMILS. dayL.ofKKWIN, ( L. v d eye. , vito my customers to call and examine cellent fanillv, in which wo very sincere- bought one extra flue pair of T. L. LILI.AUD, ly join. Danvillo Advocate. mules for $4'0. them. S. H. Shanks. icpre-Kilted. e Penny V. vour school books, ink, tablet, Main Sthkkt, which is in a very bad and whool supplies of all paper, condition, is at last to be repaired. P.. u. runny. kinds from A. guarantee all watches anil every ar- Ci. Pennington has the contract to it fioin one end to the other, 18 ticle of jewelry 1 sell to bo just as A. 1.1 Penny. feet wide and deep enough to make It 1U-1 mac-adiimi- FiKi.i'8.Mimtreli inaugurated their fointh season in grand style at ColumIlOth tin; iiosfotllec bus last week ami tho paperB thoie ut Toddville, liarrurd oounty, will bo dis- speak in the highest terms of the new fciitures introduced and of tho entertain continued. inont generally. Thoy will be with us lJi: tho lulvoitSftt'inunt of tho wile of Oct. Ultli. John I). Carpenter, deceased. It will he Tiik horse driven by .Mrs. John Von 0110 of tho latKi-h- t calcs ever in these Uruniigan and sister became frightened parts. at the depot Wednesday and in starting I i)iiiii: to rent my property 011 Main to run turned ipiiokly, upsetting the vestieet. Tor particulars and terms call on hicle and throwing the ladies to the or address W. II. lliggins. .Mrs. C. A. ground with great violence. Luckily Holmes. they escajH-- unhutt, save n few bruises . Tiik Millersburg Fe,malo College open and a bad scaio. ed with 70 boarding and an unusually Hon WniTi.KV, nlglit porter at tho large number of day pupils. Hov. C. Portmau House, shot twice at Jim Tall, Pope has made this one of the most prosanother negro, Wednesday night, beperous schools in the State. cause, as he says, Jim was trying to take a Wi: will leave In a few days for Louis- the otlice by force and otherwise. No ville and Cincinnati to lay in our fall and arrest was made, but a warrant against winter stock of millinery which we will Hob for not killing the pestiferous little o)ien by the Kith. All are invited to rascal, who has already killed a boy, ought to be issued. " call ami examine. Court it Cox. ' cents At. Ml CTTT Tuesday, Tuesday. Tuesday, Tuesday, THIS OUT. J'hotrigrnphcr, 18, 1B88. . SCIILKOi:i the Kichmor.d will be in Stanford, d And will make nc)atlvra on thote dara by lining the Inttaiilamoui proreu. Pictures can be made :u on jul at well on cloudypurlin clear dayv I also wuli to mention that having Pictures to Lnlurue in Crnyon, Waicr Color or Oil, will find it 10 their adYantageto have it done at homo in. Mead ol tending them off with strangers, at t can copy them Jtutat cheap and (jive entire lallsfac-tiol hanking the people of Lincoln county for their patronage, and hoping for 1 continuance of same, I am Very Itcapectfully. f J. L. SCHLF.r.LL, Photographer. u 61-t- October a and 80. November 18 and 27. December 11 and 20. September Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, Which We Cordially invite the public to "call and Examine. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17TH Every thing will be new, m m PUBLIC SALE OF- - NOT E PIECE OF OLD GOODS FARM & PERSONALTY. And every thing has been selected with great care, the senior member's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and those who pay promptly at the end of each six months is especially Mas. Cuaiik, of Danville, was hero this week with the view, she said, of arrang- SATURDAY, SEPT. 29, 1888, desired. ing for a lecture hero by Mrs. Holva In the town of HuMonvllle, Lincoln county, Ky. Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, silt at public auction to the highest bidder, the Lockwood, the woman's rights candidate a Aa administrator of the estate of Geo. II, Anderson, dee'd, with the v.'illnnticed, I willon SEVERANCE & SON. STORE FAaMSPo NEW FURNITURE ! one-thir- MACE HUFFMAN, n, bi-l- d GE0GHEGAFS, '. wi-n-- I I ' FALL HATS, world-renown- GOFMS, GASKETS, ROBES. accoin-Hutliike- ... "" "u'r FARM FOR .o. .i.. ,"""ul" ""N LflMWsKssNspiBaH'IssKfii is FDH SAILX, t. g. llin-ojou- WAXali PAPEE and FU.RiST.XT'CreiE. SAW MILL FOR SALE! 1 COMPLETEISTOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. B. K. WEAKEN, To-da- y 1 two-year-o- pun-basin- -- ". '., NEW! NEW! NEW! 53-l- 1,000-poiin- d PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY two-hors- -- ." L ... . FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE 1,000-poun- PLEASE OBSERVE Hus-tonvil- lo jS-t- d FUBMOJAlLIEo d M'ROBERTSSTAGG $1,-70- 0. "- Dan-wil- San-didg- A FKJILJL ASSBTMHiOT WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. """'' new-good- s 1 1 1 1 1 SVSWS 1 w-l- L'. . III1,"!'!",,11 JJjejflSLaaMagga nfWiWrmWvMmLm v . i suggested for the return of this accumulated spirits used In ths arts and for mechanical They declare also that thoro surplus to the people and the channels of purposes. should be such a revision of our tnrilf laws trade. Some of these devices are at variance with all rules of good finance; some are as shall tend to check tho Impoitatlon of doluslve; some are absurd and some betray such articles as are produced here. Thus, In IDZRUTQ-Q-IS- T HUBBLE. proposing to increase ths duties upon such by their reckless oxtravaganco the demoralizing liiLlueuco of a great surplus of public articles to nearly or quite a prohibitory E. Enbunks : llro. sold Tom J. iimaey upm the judgments of individuals. point, they confess tbstnsolvtts willing to Wood some yenrliiiys for $23 wr liond, W.ille such o (Torts should be made as are travel backward In ths road of civilisation DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, y. M. Spooniiinore sold ono calf for SlU. and to deprive our people of "Therefore it Is not only the right, but the consistent with public duty and sanctioned tbelr goods, which can only the markets for be gained and Dr. Traylor and My nun Luce nro at- duty of a free people, In the onforcoment of by sound Judgment, to avoid danger by tbs FANCY ARTICLES, &0. kept by least, of nn tending tlio Conference at Nichoiiisville. this guarantee to insist that such expense useful disposition of ths suiplut now remain- change oftho semblance, atthoy abandoninterbusiness, while our Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded, ing in tbe treasury, it evident that its Jim 11. Robinson is at home again from should bo strictly limited to the actual pub- distribution wero acoompU ished anotherif ac- consumers to ths unrestrained oppression of seems perfectly clear that when lic McClnre, of tbe needs. It his tour of lectures. James government, this instrumentality created cumulation would soon tako its place, if tho tbe domestic trusts and combinations which Colorado, is visiting here. Wesley Ows- and maintained by the people to do their constant tl iw of redundant Income was not aro in tha samo platform psrfuuctorily condemned. ley sold his niulo colt to J. A. Ham- bidding, turns upon them, and through an checked at its source by a reform in our 'They propose furtl.er to release eutlrely THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, monds for $;$." cash and goods. 11. F. utter perversion of its posters, extorts from present tariff laws. "We do not propose to deal with these con- from iniKirt duties all articles of foreign Engleman sold his entire stock of Koods tbelr labor and capital tribute largely in production (except luxuries) ths like of which CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. of public necessities, the creature hat re- ditions by merely attempting to satisfy tho to J. A. Hammonds A Co., amounting to cannot bo produced Iu Tho !!." per cent, discount. We re- belled against the creator and tbo masters leop!e of tbo truth of abstract theories, nor plain people of the landthis country. who Kver brought to thum.ul.ct I'm. et lower than $S00, at and the poor, servants. The cost of by alone urging their assent to political doc- scarcely use the lowctt. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. gret very much to have Mr. Engleman are robbed by articles of any description pro- (Mired on ihorinot.ee and warranted, go out of business here, ns he is strictly the government must continue to be met by trine. We present to them tho propositions ducej exclusively abroad and not already 7t5sVHs8iBsvV i'tA -' ssfl-i A'jr f TW that they aro unjustly trcat.nl in tho extent n gentleman. C. It. Harris sold some tariff duties collected at our custom houses of present s federal taxation, that as a result free will find it illlllcult to discover where ood for 2 cts. Cnp- - upon Imported goods, and by internal reyo-uuto George heifers taxes assessed upon spirituous and malt a condition of extreme danger oxits, and their Interests are regarded in this proposi tain Dillon is on the road Wltll lllf ivac- I sup- that It is for them to demaud a remedy and tion. They need In their homos cbeapsr liquors, tobacco and oleomargarine. on nimln, hallooing, "All aboard for domestic necevsirles, aud this seems to be pose it is needless to explain that all these that dofonse and safety promised in tho round-tri- p Danville and Longwnv Station; entirely for In duties and lusessnienu are added to the price guarantees of their free government. We Kjliemo to unprovided country. this proposed G. P. liright sold his wheat, 50 Bum. I comserve tbo of tho artieles upon which they are levied, believe that the same means which are wet anil dry, for 75 cents. become a tax upon alt those who adopted to relieve the treasury of its present pensation for this neglected need Is found In and thus buy these articles for use and consumption. surplus and prevent its recurrence, should the further purpose here announced and Program of Teachers' Association I suppose, too, it is well understood that the cheapen to our people ths cost of supplying covered by the declaration, that If, after the y and effect of this tariff taxation la not limited to their daily wants. Roth of those objtcts wo changes already mentioned, there stilt reTo bo held at Point Pleasant mains n larger the consumers of imported articles, but that seek in pirt to gain by reducing tbe present tbe wantn of revenue than is requisite for the government, the entire inr'lllllAY AKTKr.NOO.V. the duties imposed upon such articles permit tariff rates upon the necessaries of life. "We fully appreciate the importance to ternal taxation should be repeal!, 'rather The Importance of Our Organization, a corresponding increase in price to t laid Is Receiving His than surrendering any part of our protective by W. F. Mt Clary. upon domestic productions of tbe same kind; the country of our domestic industrial ontr-priseIn the ratification of existing wrongs, system.' Benefits to be Derived from our which increase, paid by all our people as conThe "Our people ask relief from the unilii'j nnd Monthly Meetings Prof. Niles. sumers of home productions and entering their maintenance and prosperty should be unnecessary burden of tarlir taxation now Can tno Membership be Incrcasel? If every American home, constitutes a form of carefully and in a friendly spirit considered. . mattnt lirii.n tV.i,m SSiau !... ..ail taxatlou as certain and as inevitable as Even such reliance upon present revenue ar- free tobacco ami free whisky. bo. How? Miss Morgan. Give him a Trial Tncy ask for i Qoods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, Why is Teaching as a Profession held though the amount was annually paid into rangements as have been invited or encour- oread and they aro given a stone. aged should be fairly and justly regarded. the hand of tbe tax gatherer. in Reproach? Misa Gover. "The implication contained iu this party "These results are inseparable from the Abrupt ami radical changes which might Teachers should be Paid according to declaration that ilesprate measurus are I j we have adopted for the collection of endanger such enterprises, nud injuriously K. L. Tanner. plan to their Qualification, I justified our revenue by tariff duties. They are not affect the Interests of lab jr dependent upon tion or or necessary tois save from destrucSATURDAY MORNING. surrender what termed our protectheir success and continuance, are not contemand How mentioned to discredit the system, but by Beat Order in School-rooI hve oo acres mors or less, of MounUin, Cnl tive system, should confuse no one. The exI way of preface to the statement that every plate.! or Intended. I will tell a! a bargain Secured. Miss Maggie Lewis. hare purchmJ the lumber ytd- sfMttsn we know the cost of our domestic istence ot such a system is entirely consistent and Timtwr Latiilt thai for a furniture and un'But oik between (.muled million of dollars collected at our custom manufactured products Ls increased, nnd with tbe regulation of the extent to which it Iistc a lor room to rcnl tinner's nlablithmenl. I'.ixirRe I VVearen ae I I M llruc J w.'l open Comparative dertaking, liantare or a Uif )ard at Ike otie sntrchxed ol Mr Wearen Common Schools. MissMittie Crow. houses for duties upon imported articles and and , For (under should be applied and the correction of its (food for sod)i I sullssrr)-by their price to lloiiie. lumber in ros(h and How Best to Itaise the Standard of paid into the public treasury represent many duty Imposed the consumer enliai.c.l usedthe abuses. Of course in n country as great as Thescare C W MMCAI.K write to lare line of windo satSos. i!irsant shui.., upon the raw material in ItailMumlls, Ky millions more which, though never reaching latht, imtlt aid the Teachers ? Mr. Buuson. jj if fern h farmerlv sold by their manufacture. Wo know this In- ours, with such a wonderful variety of Inter-esMr. Wearen. l. IIOtKr.K ij We must Educate and Why. Miss tho National treasury, aro paid by our citi- creased cost prevents the sale thatour pro often leading In entirely d fferent direcof zens as the Increased cost of domestlo proKate Bogle. ductions at foreign markets in competition' tions, it is ditllcult if not impossible to settle C W. MKTCALr J s ma How to Secure Regular Attendance at ductions tesultin; from nur tariff laws. upon a tariff plan. "In these circumstances, and in view of with those countries which have tbe advant- plishing jwrfect reform we have But In accom- ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, School. X. W. Hughes. the entered upon, METOALF tz HAYS. this necessary effect of tno operation of our age of free raw material. We know that the necessity of which is no DAXVlbbK, IvV. obvious, I believe our mtnufactur-i- n plan for raising revenue, the absolute duty confined to a hone PRESIDENT CLEVELAND'S LETTER. ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. (irni'iitiom are curtailed, thir demand we tdiould not be content with a reduction of of limiting the rate of tariff chariot to the llasmoved tehi. slcsant new buildm.- - opposite necessities of a frugal and economical ad- - i for labor irregular and the rate of wages revenue involving Ue prohibition cf ini)i La the postoihte and it better than ever prepared to IIAitlinlKVil IJnd l'INi.Wl.l KM "Warhi.ngto.v. Sei)t. 8. with line paturct from covernment. eems to be P""1 uncertain, ue propose, lliererore, to tions and tho removal of the internal lax a 1 com mwliie the pubtu SJtitfaaion guaranteed. Will practi' e in an cuutl in Hastens Kenui ky Patrick A.:.Coll!aj and others. Com- minUtration of theThe life tue. "lion. continuance, upon o stimulate our domestic iM,iitrU. enterprises uponnhLsky. It can bo better and more pholocraph to perfectly plain. Ksaninaliuns of land lilies Made a speitalts Any mittee, etc.: of nd museial Ian ! r lie ira. is of tlm'er, pretext of meotiiiR public expjnditures. of b freeing from duty the lmportl raw safely done within tho Hum In granting ac"Gentlemen In addressint; to you my such a scale of tariff taxation us draws from materials which by the employment of labor tual relief to the people their means of r sale. Inform ilm I'linnhed o.i .i post! and living, and at tho mine time gisingaii im- To the Farmers of Lincoln and respondents sKitei. forranl acceptance of the nomination to the the substance of the people a sum largely In nru usw in our home iiiiuufnctun, thus ill if petus to our dom.tl- - iMterprises ami of th" United States, my presidency of public neexls, is surely something ' U!,l"1h tha market! for their su!o mid pr Garrard Counties- thoughts persistently dwell upon tho lmpres-elvwhich, under a government based upon jus- - I mlttin an increasjd nnd st.idy production furthering our Nitlonal welfare. C. A. B:HED!CTSC3.,' "If misrepresentations .f 11 ir puroosjs and The Stanford Killer Mills C mpan santt )oar w,tn tlle allowance of abundant prollu relation of such action to tlie American tice and which llnds ite btrength and useful-Ihe will in cli "Tr" t0 tne JndevUUu courvjof the motives ure to gain credence, ami defeit our si hole svIksi! criipofiNSS. itand it people, whose conddeuue is thus InvlwJ, and ness In tr faith and trust ot the nl sell wuhout Well Drillers A: Pump Adjusters, present elTort in tliH dirwciou theru to In'iest market price fur UcmocrutIO party wo will not to tho political party to which I belong, just nm-h- t not to be tolerated. While the h!avlrt,t interests of labor und our workinllOiiect tno lie no renson wliv esriy emieivor In tbe Hrtt seeing Supermini lent 1'otts at the Mill or T 1 J rl)JI,,f,lV NnKr K In Ihr undertone! entering upon a cont?t for continued su burdens incident to the necessities of the allcirirtsto rente ly existing evils,.iie.i. mil future to I'res Stanf ra it jiier .nu v. v we retoiiue reform should M coverument are uncomplainingly borne, premacy. The world does not afford n spec li grievous and intolera- furnish no excise tor tue toss of employment not be likowisd attacked und with like result. bt hurdsns Wwl.Jn eJ . ' iS 4 at i'i ! f.-vtnelo more fublimo than is fiiinUlit.nl hen ble whuu or the reduction nf theuaeof uon-s-t toil. Ami yet no tnouhtfui 111 in can fail to see lint justified by such necessities. tailor) pri. in tbe continuance of the preout burdens of millions of fies uud intelligent American "Uniiec.'ssary taxation is unjust taxation. Ou the contrary, wo propws in isny .i Ijust- HlLtON I by the govcitizens fceloct their chief magistrate, and Anil ye; this is our condition. We are an meut of our revenue laws to coi.ode such tho ieople, and tho abit.-nctlMcKlNNKY, KY. encouragout and udvuntiifu to tue employ- ernment of the currency of tbe country, inbid one of their number to find the hi;h: uually collecting at our custom bouses aivl evitable distress and disaster. All danger HCXX.TOKT& earthly honor and the full measure of public by means of our internal revenue taxation, ers of domestic labor us lll eus'iv c'onix-u-b- - will lj averted by timely action. The I'or Oruss. Medicines, Hie famous Sjrup M FIrs many millions in excels of all legitimate mU for any d.tTerence that may exiit duty In ready submission to their will. :.ai i tweeii the standard of wages' saould ditllcutty of applying the remedy will never and to irrtvoHr prescriptions promptly And cor"It follows that a candidate for this his;h public needs. As a consequence there now be paid to nur tailoring men wiuoti,tne i ate lo lets und tile blame should not ! laid at rectly tilled at all hours, ami to Ket onr Maple and remains in the National treasury a surplus c . go li (irocerirs, tine Clirars. Toilet Articles, oflloe can never forget that when tho tur the door of the Democmtlc party If it Is No better evi- allowed iu otuer touutries. of more than $133,UOJ,0j0. , .'ivniiiii.j ' j f l.liU . ROWI.ANP. moil and the strife which atte'id the se.ee dence could be furnished that tbe peoplo are "tt'u propose, too, by exitvid n the mar- plied too late svlll attend to ourdruj depaitment, ulsoallcnd to "With tlrm faith In the intelligence and the wants ol tlic sics., runior uu, in tlon cf 1U Incumbent shall be heard no more, exorbitantly taxed. Tho extent of the kets for our own uunufactur-r- s to prom u ( Men sanJ list Hatrjustonenedantw.ti ' Clolhin, If its, Caiu llo..,.. utriotlsm of our coutrymen, and ndyiug coitntty there mast he in the quiet calm whicn fol .. l)rs fi dt, burden indicated by this surplus the stendy employ.!!:!; of Ub.r, wjil i oy upon Aidealers Notions and Iam.it lr.sri lows a complete and rolemn the conviction that misrepresentation cheapjuiug the OJt of the liocaries of life will be better appreciated when it is sugCm1 Ctsunlrt pr.Ju.e ttken 11 es. sn,e f r by the people' chosen president of every gested that such surplus alone, represents we iucroa.se tho purch .!u pjuer of tha will not influence them, prejudice will not (. gnsiU a! hihcsi i.Mrk.t ri m l rrt fuculty and endeavor to the sorvloe of a taxation aggregating mora than $103,000 In workwoman's wa-e- s a, 1 aid to (14 run-fort- s cloud their understanding, nixi that menace m i COLLEGE all, and Uarn It's a Itaitaxe. i traie confiding and generous nat'on of free men. a county containing 30,000 Inhabitants. Taxof his home. And More pasting from will not intimidate them, let us urge the ' STANFORD FEMaLE The thoughts are intentifktl by tbo li?ht ation has always been tbe feature of organthis phase of the question I am c mstruiued people's interest and public duty for the vin1 A Co. srASIORl) K of my experience in the presidential office, ized government, tbe hardest to reconcile to express the opiino-i- , that wh:l tue inter- - dication of our attempt to inaugurate a righteous nnd beneficent reform. which ban soberly iuipressttd nie witu ths with the people's ideas of freedom and hap- ests of labor should be always reseve'ro responsibilities which ic imposts, piness. When uresentod in a direct form garded iu any modi ileal Ion of our tariff "Ukoveh C"vtArn.'' 1 he farm c r's, J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDENT. Springricld u mtaiti. le , pit 1 snuat"ironr (Is i while it has quickened my lova for Amerie. t'crrtvi i. nothing will aroue popular discontent more laws, an additional ami mire direct aud furmer and Smi.es fr m 1I e'.a. ti Virniundc I can institutions, and taught me the priceless quickly am' profoundly than unjust and un- efllcent protection to tho. iuurrsts ould .v If-sneUhiMirs, tihmlsanl ihn hr. and is value of the trust of my countrymen. It is necessary taxation. Our farmers, mechan- be allurvlod by the restriction uud proniliitlou Kichtcenth rar Witini on adapted ! aft the fj rur iinu jr.. grasses jr"n of the highest importance that thoso who ad- ics, laborers and all our oititens closely scan of the Immigration or importation of lalor-er- s Has i;ol h in Kentiivk) , Lirn a: d other outbuildings l'leni of tm; water and III a minister our govaraBJejDt gfcould jealously the slightest increase in ths taxes mwutxl 3, from other ciuntries, wuo aw.1r.11 upon hich state of vultitaiioti for further p irinulns protect and maintain tie riots of American up an their lands and other property, and de- our shores, having no purpo) or inntnf K s W) t 1 . Il.istitisi le. Kt address eitlrens at borne and abrotft, and should mand good reasons for such increase, and yet becoming our fellow citizens, or aiqairing Cough medium's, Ayer's Cherry Pecroiuh Carefully selected orps nf le licrs Th 1071. strive to achieve for mi: country her proper they seem to be expected, in some quarters, any permanent interest in our country, but 1808 toral is iu crcitcr demand than ever. instruction Good discipline I'.rst methods placo among the mtiims of the earth; but to regard the unnecessary volume of insidi who crowd every Held of employment with 4 Send fr circular No preparation for Throat nud I.un there is no people whose home interests are ous and indirect taxation visited upon them unintelligent labor at wages whicn ought not Troubles is o prompt iu its effects, so to great, and whwe numerous otijecrs of do by our present rate of tariff duties with to ttatisfy those who make claim to American agreeable to tho taste, nnd so widely mestlc cqneern deserve so much watchful citizenship. if not with favor. known as this. It is tho family mediCRABORCHARDSPRINGS 'The platform pdopted by tho Ute Nanets nud care. kurplus revenue now remaining in "The "Among these are tbe regulation of a tbe treasury not only furnishes conclusive tional convention of our arty contains the cine In thousands of households. " I lmvo milTcri'd for years from ft sound financial system suited to our needs, proof of uujus; taxation, but iU existence following declination :'Jul;e I by Djmocruttu bronchial trouble that, whenever I tako thus securing an efficient agency of National constitute u tep irate and independent principles toe luure-- t o. tue imp!j ore cold or am excised to inclement weathwealth and general prosperity; the construc- menace to tho prosperity of the people. when by unneceisiry uxiuou trmt! er, shown itnelf by n ery niuioyini; and equipment of means of defense, to This vast accumulation of idle funds repre- and combinations are permitted and fostere 1. tion tickling sensation iu tho thro.it nnd by OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. which, while unduly enriching the few that insure nur Nationi! safety and maintain the sents that much money drawn from the cirdilllculty iu breathing. I lmvo tried ti dehonor beneath which such National safety culating neditim of the country, which is combine, job the boly of r.ur citizens by great tunny remedies, -but noun does so woll its Ayor's Clierrj- I'cctaral which reposes; the protection of our National do- needed In the cnannels of trade and business. priving them a' uurchasers of tbe benefits KmellrassandSttinc Hand in Attendance from alwnvrt ,'ives prompt relief in returns of ' beyond tbe needs of a It is a great mistake to xuppxe that the of natural competion.' main, still July tst to September 1st Kites ureal!) red iced A OIU IT V I K. sN l K ii r Krnest A. Hepler, my old complaint.'' century's expulsion, and its preservation for "Such combinations have always been hlch follow tue continual withit per day and lie per neelcand upward Inspector of Tubllo Hoods, Parish for-r- u I . tho s ttler and the pioneer of our marvelous drawal and hoarding by tho government of condemned by tbe Democratic party. The I) tlS I ate MolJ 1 rar s C ism 1 HOMAS.NT.WMAN', Manajcr, , su lJonnc, La. i ings Mam.'- - I ' .ct I rr es Nr rs Newels, growth; a sensible and sincere recocnition tne currency of the psople are not of imme- declaration of its National convention is sin- J AS C KINO, ItesldentSupt , " I consider Ayor's Cherry Pectoral a Canisters, he sio, rr I ; - s (t of American labor, leading to diate Importance to tbo niass of our citizens, ceroly mode, and no member of our party of the value I). 11 KP.MIb TON, Clrk j,; si II v most important remedy Counters, (tit l.a'hs, ttit e the scrupulous care and just appi eciution of ami only concern those engaged in large will be found excu.in the existence or beKoin-n t lre.I.mr en i r ,r e tief ire I iiyin eUeviher' the interests of our workingmen; the limita- financial transactions. In the restless en- littling the pernicious results of those devices tion nnd checking of such monopolistic ten- terprise and activity whicn free and ready to wrong the peoplo. Under various names MILLERSBURG I liavo tested Its curntlvo power, In my dencies and scheme as interfere with ttie""adV money among the people produces, is found they have been puutshe 1 by the common law family, tunny times during the past vantages and benefit which the people may that opportunity for labor and employment for hundreds of years; and they have lost thirty yt'iiris, nnd lmvo never known it ! rightly claim; a generous regard and care and that impetus to business and produc- none of tholr hateful features because thoy to fall. It will reliuvo tlui most serious Tho Original Wlna. nflfectlons of tho throat nnd iinu;, for our surviving soldiers and sailors and for tion, wnicn bring in their train prosperity have assumed tho name of trust insteail of C, K, Simmons, St. I.ouls, Prop'r Mrs. tbo widows and orphans of such as have died, to our citizens In every station and voca- coniplrncles. Wo believe that these trusts are whether In children or inlults." A Modern Progressive School I M. A. Simmons Liter Medicine, Hst'd E. G. Udj;urly, Council IJlulfs, Iown. to tbe end that while the appreciation of tion. New ventures, new investments in the natural offspring of u market nrtillsially So. In th. U, S. Court dkmiats J "Twenty years ago I was troubled ll.Zellln.Prop'rA.Q.blmtnons their services and sacrifices is quickened tbe business and manufacture, tbe construction restricted; that an inordinately high tariff, Where your daughters viillle taiiht how tube er HtjTulator, KstM by Zcllin 36 with a disease of tho hmes. Doctors Application of their pension fund to imbeside furnishing the temptation for their come true women, as well as thor mijlily lli.tru t of new and important works, and the M. A. b. L. M. has for 47 sears allordcd mo no relief and considered proper cases may bo proventod; protection enlargement of eutei prists already estab- existence, enlarges the limit within which Cured I.SDIOKSTIO.V. IllLIOtSNSSS. my caso hopeless. I thuu began to uso against a servile immigration which injuriLITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. they muy operate against the people, and this Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, nnd, before I iJTsrsrsuicic bTOMACii, lished, depend largely upm obtaining money ArriTiTi, Sot'HIIiadaciis:,Lo. ously competes with our laboring men la the upon easy terms with tair security; and all increases the extent of their power for JJtc hud finished ono bottle, found relief. I Her. T H. Itearas, Pastor M. K. Itl'.V C I'OPE. fresklent, Address Held of toil, and add to our imputation an these ihiugs are stimulated by an abundant wrong doing. With an unalterable hatred continued to tako this medicine until a hirch, Adams, Tnn., writes:"! S C TKUr.HEART, or MRS euro was effected. I believe that Ayer's element ignorant of our institutions and volume of circulating medium. Even the of all such schemes we count the checking of uuu s snuuiu nave ocen dead but Lady Principal .i; Cherrv Pectoral wived my We," ior your Uenuln M. Sim. laws, Imp'JSiiblle of assimilation with our harvested graiu of the farmer remains withtheir bdeful operations among tho good remons Liver Medicine. I have Millersburs, Ky. Bumuel Griggs, Waukegan, 111. people and dangerous to our peace and wel sults promised by revenue reform. ' sometimes hail to tubstituta out a market, unless money is forthcoming " Six yours ngo I contracted n severe "While we cannot avoid partisan mlsrep fare; a strict and steadfast adherence to tbo for its movement aud transportation to tbe "Zeilln'a stuff for your Medi rold which nettled ou my Ulliss and wr cine, but It don't answer the principles of civil service reform and a seaboard. reseutation our position upoti the question soou developed all tho nlnrmlng symi-tom- s purpose.' thorough exeoutiou of tbe laws passed for 'The flrst results of a scarcity of money of revenue reform should be so plainly Dr. J, It. Graves, Editor Tkt Consumption. I hud a cough, their enforcement, thus armitting to our iinoug the peoplo is tho exaction of sovore stated as to admit of no misunderstanding. ( night of kflJrii, Memphis. Tenn. save: Bwcats, bleeding; of tho lungs, advantages of business methods in Arms for its ue. Increasing distrust and Wo have ontered upan no crusade of free pains in chest und sides, aud was so people tbo J.,e.;, Ted P"kage of your Liver Medicine, and have used half of it. the operation of their government; tbe timidity is followed by a refusal to loan or trade. Tbe reform we seek to inaugurate is prostrated nn to ho confined to my It works like a charm. I want no guaranty to our colored citizens of nil their .dvauce on any terms. Investors refuse all predicated upon tbe utmost care for estab- - , bed most of the time. After trying better Liver Krgulator and ctr various prescriptions, without benefit, no more of Zelliu'a miitura. rights of cltlzjnslilp mid their just recogniisks, and decline nil securities, and in a lished industries and enterprises, a jealous my physician finally determined to give, tion mid encouragement in Ml things per- leueral fright the money still in tbe hands regard for tbe interests of American labor mo Ayor's Cherry Pectoral. I took It. taining to that relation; a firm, patient and f tho people is persistently hoarded. It is and a sincere desire to relieve the country aud tho effect was magical. I seemed humane Indian po.icy so that in peaceful re- quite apparent that when this perfectly from the injustice and danger of a. condition to rally from tho flrst ilosu of thla lations with the government tbe civilization natural, if not inevitable stage is reached, which threatens evil to all tbo people of the medicine, anil, after using only threo INO M. MRKINS R.S.MARTIN. of the Indian miy be promoted, with resultbottles, am as woll and sound as over." depression in all business aud enterprise laud. We are dealing with no imaginary Uroomkad, Kv., May, iSij, ing quiet and sifety to the settlers ou our will, as a necessary consequence, leueu tbe danger. Its existence has been repeatedly Itoduoy Johnson, Springfield, 111. frontiers; and the curtailmeut of public ex- opportunity for work nud employment, and confessed by all political parties, and pledges Albright & Martin beg to inform their manj friends and customers of the change In firm name pense by tbe introduction of economical of a remedy bare been made on all sides. reduce salaries and the wages of labor. InCherry methods in every department of the govern- stead, then, of being exempt from the in- Yet, when in tbe legislative body, where ,JJ" MARTIN & PERKINS, ment. ruE?Ar.Et or fluence and effect of an immense surplus under the ronstiution all remedial measures "The pledges contained in tbe platform lying idle In tbe National treasury, our applicable to this subject must originate, tbe Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mail. only to sustain the repuThe new firm hopes not adopted by the late convention of the Na- wage esrnors and others who rely upon their Democratic majority were attempting with tation at the old. hut intends to make many im Bold oy all sJ.ck'cllt. 1'rlcoil, alx bottles, S. j tional Democracy tend to the advancement labor for support, are most of all directly extreme moderation to redeem the pledge provements in the manufacture of tobacco which of these objects and insure good government, concerned in the situation. Others, seeing common to both parties, they were ran by will be to the interest of our customers. We will devote special attention to our Natural I.eat the aspiration of every true American citi- tbe approach of danger, may provide against determined opposition and oostruction; and, brands of Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking you zen, and tho motive for every patriotic in tbe for past favors and asking for a continuation 01 but it will find those depending upon their tbe minority refusing to it, 'action nnd effort. In the consciousness that dully toll for bread unprepared helpless and bouse of repre ten tat Ives, or propose another tLivery, Respectfullyyours, your trade, we remain, fieed and Sale Stable, j.om MARnN & 1'KRKINS. much has been done in the direction of good defenseless. Sucu a statu of affairs does not remedy, have remitted tbe redemption of government by the present administration, present a case of Idleness resulting from dis- their party pledge to too doubtful power of and submitting its record to tbe fair inspecputes bvtweeu tbe laboring men and his em- the senate. tion of my countrymen, I indorse the plat"Tbe people will hardly be deceived by ployer, but it produces an absolute and enthus presented, with tbe determination forced stoppage of employment and wages. tbelr abandonment of the field of legislative form again called to the chlf magistrathat if I am STANFORD, ELY., 'Iu reviewing the bad effects of this ao action to moot in political convention and cy the-- e shall be a continuance of devoted en- cumulated surplus and the scale of tariff rates flippantly declare in tbelr party platform deavor to advance the interests of the entire by which it is produced, we must not over- that our conservative and careful effort to E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. country. Our scale of Federal taxation and look tbs tendency toward gross and scan- relieve tbe situation it destructive to the its consequences largely engross at this time dalous public extravagance which a con- American system of protection. Nor will Hotel stilt maintains This old and the attention of our citizens, and the people gested treasury induces, nor the fact that we tbe people be misled by tbe appeal to prejuW. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. its high reputation, and Its Proprietor Is dctcrmm. are soberly considering the necessity' of I are maintaining, without excuse, in u time dice con tain td in the absurd allegation that ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in measures of relief. Our government is tho of profound peace, substantially tbo rata of we serve the interests of Europe, while they LONDON, KV , creation of the people, established to carry tariff duties imposed in time of war, when will support ths interests ot America. They the State in its Fare, Appointments, or AttenGood turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire tion to his Gueiti. Ilaggage conveyed Iu and out their designs and accomplish tbelr good. the necessities of tbe government justified propose iu their platform to thus support tho terms. London is the most ..w It was founded on justice, and was madj for the imposition of tbe weightiest burdens interests of our country by removing tbe in on reasonablethe railroad to reach places conven- from depot free of charge Special accommodain the ient point on a free, intelligent and virtuous people. It is upon the people. Divers plans have been tornal revenue tax from tobacco and from In the mountain section of the State. tions to Commercial Travelers. 10 Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal only useful when within their control, and only serves them well when regulated and guided by their constant touch. It is a free government, because it guarantees to every American citizen tho unrestricted personal uso and enjoyment of all the reward of his toil and of all his income,except what may be his fair contiibutlon to necessary public expense. & JEWELER, ex-ce- tllr f ct-!- " Mo Co MPLOT, SUMMER to-da- MERCHANT TAILOR AND GOODS. Mountain. Landa s. SPRING LtjmBEK YAED 1 m Infurma-malhin- lftJ, a M VT t, bdwardTi. fox, t'ir , I I cl o J 1 e, I j- - -- oa LOYID & CO., iin .( M DAVIS s- -- ; General Merchandise, - t 1 No. 1 rami For Sale. S 1 I Washington Best of All Monday, September '88 1 Lebanon I'laniii); Mill, d Crab Oreltnrd, Ky. rkflU -1 Vj For Home Use. FEiMALECOLLEGE THAT FIGHT l.. ' -- . , .. r it CHEW J TOBACCONET. Ayer's Pectoral, I tfkW umyj COMPANY1 I CREAM ?wK& KS-CfeEtftf- i II well-kno- LEXiNQTOisr.yv - A