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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888091801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. The Somerset Fair and Hop Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. d888. NO. 63 LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. as Seen by An FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. v. -- William I. Williams iiniUMta Mat-ti- e Fair week tho week of fi'Htlvltlex ninl lllack, of Fast Hurustadt, wero marin fact the week of thu year with tlii ried Sunday. Kjo1 jieople lnw come ninl K"" ani' Tho colored Baptist Association was SonuTHft niil Pulaski county uru iiroutl, In session here Saturday and Sunday. nnd very JiiHtlyw), of their Fair, which Chickens are scarce and hard to catch at was a Kraiul huccchm, both in bIiow of this writin'. Htook amlatteiulancetwf their Hop, which Judge Vincent Boreing has been in wa botli elegit nnd brilliant, ami lastof intenwly enjoyable Louisville and Cincinnati several doys ly of the number on biininess. Judge It. Boyd completed imrticH, which thu fair ihuijshterH of his fall teim of circuit court at Barbour-vitj- e have given with creilit to Saturday and came in to spend ami city Itkuwiw. Sunday at home before leaving for HarArriving at the fair late Thursilay lan, where court convened Monthly. evening, 1 wnt unable to see much of Mr. Ktuory Farris, who has been sick from that lny'HCxliiliitH, but I for several days with typhoid fever, rethe contented look on the faces of the mains about the same. Mis-- t May Bore0,000 people prewnt that it had been ing is very ill and it is feared has typhoid jjood. On Friday, tho liwt day, I took it fever, dipt, and Mrs. F. B. Kiley visitin from start to llnish, and feel no hesi- ed Louisville Monday. Jos. Owens, who tation in jtayinK that it Is nip and tuck is holding down the wires at Jellico, in regard to Mock exhibited with any Tonn., was home on a visit Sunday. of the eiht fairs 1 have attended thin Col. U.S. Hwell has not yet signified i by far the year, and in attendance it his intention of standing as a living BurpuwjliiK ono. A better managed fair, upon his party's altar at tho Noor a more orderly one I have never neen, vember election. He has been heard to nnd tho nmnajtment Hhould be congratcomplain that wero there a shadow of a ulated on the whole. showing for the election of a republican The trotH and racea liave all been Wh1 in this district his name would never be and as the purses wero larp, of course mentioned, and he Is right. Whatever the best of horses were entered. In the Col. Kwell may be, lie i by no means a "free for all" trot Friday, McAlister, fewell, and lie knows that It would be owned by J. Will .lames, of our county, worse than a fool's errand for him to unwalked oir with llrst money, while HI dertake to reduce McCreary's safe maHutchitiK' Nora Neal, from Hoyle coun- jority of II.OOO in the Mb; but there are ty, came in for second. Tho track was few things a republican statesman will in excellent condition and vast improve- refuse to "take," even unto empty lion- ments have been made since last year's fair, making the fair and all appurtenanMT. VERWOfT ROCKCASTLE" COUNTY. ces M good as tho lest. Col. T. M. to I am under obli)mtions J. L. Arnold is acting town marshal. Thatcher, the clever secretary, for cour0. C. Williams went to Nieholasvillo tesies extended to me. He is an excel- to hear Swope and McKenzie. lent man for the place and the Pulaski Some.of our visitors to the Somerset County A. k M. Association cannot, I fair returned rather the wor.-- for mud think, do better than make him their and with squeezed secretary for all time to come. Dr. W. I. MeKee writing from Flor About thu Hop too much cannot be ida says ills Kentucky papers are very &aid. lleautiful women and gallant gen- irregular on account of the yellow fever. tlemen made up the larpi numlwr who James Maret will pay a reward for attended, and when this is said it is un- the loeovery of his gold watch, taken necessary to add that everybody enjoyed from Hix's repair shop. So questions to their fullest extent the hospitality of asketl. the Nimerset Hop Club. The town organization is now comMr. and Mrs. It. O. Hail, only a few plete. Win. I Vase is the llr.it to antler mouths ngo Stanford people, are pleas- the error of his way. Arretted and jailantly located, and say they are well ed Sunday; plain old drunk. pleased with Somerset. Mr. Hall fills J. M. Williams is taking in the celwith credit the ollice of teller in theSom-erse- t ebration at IOiiisville. John Brown has Hanking Co's. line kinking-house- , followed the Chicago base ball club oil". and informed me that the bank was in M. J. Miller, Jr., left yesterday forschool He was particularly at Kirksville. line condition. Miss Sue Williams left kind to the writer ami was tho cause of for Stanford Monday to visit a few days n good many new subscribers being add before returning to her home nt Carthed to the legion that now take the Istk-nio- age, III. This county is virtually without My gratitude will not permit mo to roads and there are no laws for collectclose this attempt at a letter without say- ing taxes for road working purposes. No ing something of the most elegant din- law to have the roads worked! Why is ner, set by Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Hichard-so- this thusly '.' Can our representatives inami attended by their two handsome form us? They have engineered various daughters, Misses l.nlii and Alice, nnd of hills through the legislntureduriiig tho was a fortunate participant. last ten years looking to mail interests, which Substantial, delicacies, fruits and in fact as they claim, but it wins that they legeverything of an eatable nature were in islated the mads out of existence. abundance at this delightful repast, and Saturday afternoon, between I! d was partaken of by a largo number with and hta home, Allen Hagard was a zest that evinced their apprecia- found in the road murdeietl. Indication. Tho I. J. man of course did his tions point to the murdered man's part and tenders his thanks to one and J. K. l'owell, as the assassin, as all of this excellent family. they had been at outs for sometime over the fact of Powell's wife having HUSTONVILLE. for divorce, charging her husTho Kmmett McCormack has moved to band with inhuman treatment. tow n to secure educational advantages .parties had been carrying guns for each other for sometime. No arrest. for his increasing family. mill is winning reputation Our roller More than 75 percent, of the duties is s Hour. rapidly as a producer of collected upon articles of necessity. DiaSteele, the enterprising owner of half 'he monds pay 10 per cent., common wintown, is still extending his business. dow glass S7 per cent. Itaw silk is free, Those who had wheat in stack are raw wool is taxed 15 per cent. Jewelry taking advantage of the late dry days pays -' per cent; steel rails S.' per cent. andaro busily engaged in threshing. Cheap woolen goods are taxetl 70 per There is considerable complaint of dam- ceut., spool thread 51 per cent., clothing aged grain. Much damage is felt by tho 515 per cent., and blankets 00 per cent, tobacco growers, some of whom have lost while tine wines get in at IS) per cent, most of their crop. and India shawls nt 40J. N. Y. World. Col. Weatherford, of Texas, arrived Minister, (.dining with Ids family) last week and is looking well. Mrs. M. W. Carpenter and nephow, Hugh Man- "How did you like the sermon this mornBobby "I didn't pay ning, left for Cincinnati Wednesday. ing, Bobby?" Misses Lizzie and Ulanche Twidwell aro much attention to it, sir." Minister, at Louisville. Dow Caldwell and sister, (much amused) "Why not, Bobby?" Miss Mary, of i'aducah, are at Samuel Bobby "I heard ma whisper to pa, Keid's. Itichard Hradley, wife and baby ,'Same tiling over and over again," so I Texof Harrodsburg, aro at John Dryo's. D. didn't think it was worth while." S. Carpenter, Ad Taylor, Smith Yowoll, as Sittings. Win. Hell and John F. Dryo aro visiting Syrup of Flg tho West miscellaneously. Mrs. Mary from Ii Nftturo's own truo laxative. It is tho Bradley and family have returned along sojourn at Harrodsburg. Mrs. most easily taken, and the most ctTecUvo Lucy B. Hayes, of Kansas, left for homo remedy known to Cleanso tho System last week much Improved by her three when Bilious or Coativo; to dispel Headaches, Colds, and Favors; to Cure Habitmonths' visit. I'll-Irw- ki I. J. Man. them-nelvc- H jutll J. M. Hail bought of Adam Catron mule colts at $50. J. F. (loversold 1,000 barrels of corn in the Held at $1.50. A farm of 10:) acres for rent. Apply to C. L. Crow, Stanford. The Louisville Baces began with a big ten day's programme. New corn sold at Talton Newby's sale in Madison at $l.'J5 in the field. T. J. Foster bought of Dr. Vnnnrc dale L'l head of 1, cattle at IIJ. Dr. J. B. Owsley sold to Bales, of Tennessee, a combined gelding for $150. Jo.siah Bishop bought in this, Casey and Pulaski counties mule colts at 50 to $05. A. W. Carpenter has Innight of various parties n lot of yearling cattle at ,1 111 to-da- y 050-poun- d -'-' SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT I! TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN WILLIAM M. HULL sac-ritlc- e pocket-book- s. n. n 1 rod-hea- Foit iikxt. The William Hays house with 10 to 50 acres, as preferred, for '8!i. F. Beid. 4t Took Hubble bought at tho Somerset fair a nice bunch of cotton mules at $75 to ?10t). A Pennsylvania man named Sayler has made 11,000 grain cradles by hand in the last 12 years. Squire James Yeast bought the half of 10 acres of corn in the field at $1.50 n barrel. Harrodsburg Democrat. B. G. Hover bought of Jim Doolin, of Pulaski, IS yearling mules at $70 and sold him an extra yearling maro mule for$lL'0. Martin, Thompson A Co., New Orleans, shipped 7 of mules from Shelby county lint week, which cost them J. J Dryo has sold his farm of :'.'." acres near Hustonville to M. F. & Wm. North, of Bell county, for $10,000, and will likely remove to the West. Peters, of Fleming, sold to Bigstatf, of Montgomery, 100 cattle, at 4 cts., claimed to be the best lot ever sent out of the county. O. M. Aboil Is buying up n large number of young mules. He has 00 weanlings, for which he paid on an average a little over $50. Bardstown Record. w A owned by Farmer Powell, in Crawford county, Pa., has a sworn record of l'J5 pounds and 12 ozs. of uusalted butter in 111 days, which beats the record. Moreland ik sold to Wakctleld, Moreland fc Co. 750 wethers nt 11 cents. John Tewmey sold this week to Martin, Thompson k Co. 22 broke mules nt $180. Danville Advocate. There has been set for Octolxjr 5 a o growers, at meeting of the Princeton, to discuss the propriety of reducing the acreage, improving the quality and getting the sense of all growers of dark leaf. C. Y. Wilson, Commissioner of Agriculture, advertises a Farmers' Institute to be held at Klizabethtown Oct. lOtli. Many papers on important subjects to farmers will In read, but we fail to observe the name of any reader from this part of the Mate. Mattingly A Simnis shipped to Martin, Thompson & Co., New Orleans, DO car-loaHol.stoin-Fricsian'coe dark-tobacc- to ::. son-in-la- madcap-plicatio- n first-clas- extra dray mulesat$lSO. Leonard, Gentry & Co., New Orleans, shipped three car loads of extra line mules, which they bought at $1:57.50 to $170.20. Lebanon Fnterprise. L. M. Lasley bought of A. W. Columbia, Mo., n bay yearling colt by Imp. Claudius for$l!(H); and purchased of same party the running qualities for the years S, 'IK) and '!)l of tho Imp. yearling Wood Moss for $1,000. Wood Moss is thought to be the highest TEE GESTS' FURNISHER, bred youngster in America, as he has 11 513 4th St., Louisville. close crosses of the great Whalebone. d farmers tell us that about 10 Thef.nhionsofthe day In the Gents' Furnish. ...... percent, of the wheat was injured by HIK IIIIC ..HI HW4)'I 1.. f I III .... IIUIC. . .M iu Will 1.....- UC IUUIIU sprouting in the stack, but oven after agent tor the Indianapolis Sicim Laundry, the that the crop is thu largest for years. ben Laundry in the world. Corn was too far matured to be much injured bv falling down and that too is nn unusually large crop. The fall grass is liner than ever known, anil on the whole the farmer's lot is just now n very hapGEO. A. ROMER, Mc-Alist- Though not a good likeness, tho above cut gives a tolerably fair idea of the features of the youngest, as ho is ono of the s brightest and best, of the editorial writers Mr. William M. Hull. A little over .'!0 years ago lie was born nt Kvausvillc, Intl., to which place his father had in his younger days removed from Yirginia. He was given nil the advantages of the schools of that city and afterwards coming to Louisville, he studied law nt the University and graduated. His newspaper work began nine years ago, first with the Post, on which ho served two years, ami then on the with which he has ever since been associated. From the first his'work showed true journalistic ability, which his superiors recognized by frequent promotions, until now he occupies n position of high degree, and in it manner which rellect8 at the same time credit upon himself and on the greatest newspaper in the South and West, if not in He seems to bo an the United State.-especial proleg of Mr. Wntterson, with whom he has his ollice, and between whom then are the most agreeable personal relations. Of Mr. Hull's more recent work, the report of the late State convention and subsequently of the St. Louisconvention is especially notable for the graphic manner of description and the comprehensive measure of detail. Besides other editorial work, he lias especial charge of tho "In nnd About Kentucky" column, ono of the brightest and most interesting in tiie paper. He has the happy faculty of remembering faces and names, with anything that he hears of a man of any prominence, and although not native and to the manner born, ho will soon be as well acquainted in Kentucky as Managing Fditor E. Polk Johnson, who, It is said, is able, while presiding over a State convention, to call the name of any man who rises to address the chair. Social, clever and warmhearted, Mr. Hull u loved by all the .fraternity whom lie honors by ids membership, and each will watch his upward career and feel gratified at the realization of ids every ambition. OnNew'Year's day, 1SS0, Mr. Hull was married to Miss Ella Ynughn, daughter of Capt. J. F. Ynughn, of Evansville, a lovely little woman, and two boys nnd a girl have blessed the union, which is a most happy one. Courier-Journal'Courier-Journal, . sell out, but only advertise as a scheme to sell, more g:oods. 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 I have learned that there are rumors out that I don't intend to leave and 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 Hoods for a Mors Song, nee-cessary- then there is no other argument . Please be on hand as early in the morning as possible to avoid the rush SPECIAL CUT IN OVERCOATS AND LADIES' CLOAKS. WOOD WALLACE, Fifty cents on the Dollar will buy them and some will be offered at 33 cents on the Dollar, 1-- 3 Po-te- ! - -- ! 111 1 SPECULATION. Opp. Myers House, Stanford. LEE Stanford, TP. py one. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The'beit tahcin the world tor cuti, bruises, ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap, ped lUnds, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is nuur.intceJ ,0 s've perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Trice aj cents per box. For sale by A. R. fenny, Stanford, Ky. BANKER AND BROKER 47 & 41 HUFFMAN, Kentucky, Ilroadway and 51 Ken Street, SURGEON DENTIST, Office south side Main, two doors above Depot St, btotxce t TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill (in the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal in quality of flour, we think the citizens ol the county should have county pride enough to patronize and sustain the same. We wish to inform whom it may concern that we are in the market to buy your wheat and corn and will always give the highest market price for same. We have added some new machinery to our corn meal department and can now make meal to suit any person. It cannot be equalled by any other mill We solicit a trial in our flour and in this vicinity meal department. All having grain in our line for sale will please call at the Mill, where our agent will be found at all times, who will give the best prices for same. Ilran and shipstuff always in stock. W. N. I'OTTS. Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co 151 If. NEW YORK CITY Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions and Petroleum. FARM FOR SALE. Renews Her Youth. Mrs. riiorbe Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co., Iowa ells the following remarkable story, the truth of which is vouched for by tne residents of the town, am 7J years old, have been troubled with kidney: complaint and lameness for many years; could not dress myself without help. Now 1 am free from pain and soreness and am able to do all my own housework. I owe my thanks to Klcctric Hitters for having renewed my youth and removed completely all disease and pain. Try a bo:tle, joe and $i,atA. U. Penny's Drugstore. 1 On account of bad health, I offer for sale my IIOUGHT.SOLDA: CARUIE1) ON' MARGIN farm, containing i,p acres tannine land, well improved, and 70 acres timber land near by. For It. P. ES L'Y.S, I'.S. Scud for explanatory pamphlet. 61 y particulars address. McKinney, Lincoln county, Ky. 54-t- f Public Sale of A. J. C. C. LAND FOR SALE. (rood 10a acres on the Somerset and Crab Oorchard road, half way between the two places. Well of water at end of porch. Half cleared and 30 acres in grass, A good outlet for cattle, hogs W. G. WALLACE. and sheep. 53-t- JERSEY GATTLE! ' If given In time, your chickens will Manufactured only by the California Fig never have gapes or cholera. Wo mean Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. Ganter's magic chicken cholera cure. For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. Sold "no cure no pay" by MoKoberts & An Etegant Substitute 2t Stagg. oils, salts, pills, and all kinds of bitter, lie 10 quickly cured For Thut Hacking Coutfh can by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee It. Mclloberts Co., McKlnocjr; E. A SUCK, Stanford; Crow W. Jonei, Crab Orchard. Sleepless n'tfhu made miserable by that terrible the remedy for you cough. Shiloh's Cure Mclloberts & SUgg, Stanford J Crow & Co., ; K. W. Jones. Crab Orchid. Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath secured ual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. f Dabney. Ky. AT W. R. BRASFIELD & GO'S HORSE EXCHANGE, LEXINGTON. To the Farmers of West Lincoln, THE FLORENCE m Worth Knowing. Mr. V, II. Morzan, merchant, Lake City, Fla. was taken with a severe Cold, attended with a distressing Cou(h and running into Consumption in its hrst .tages. He tried many so called popular cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Was reduced In fleh, ha 1 difficulty In breathing and was unable to sleep. Finally tried Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption and found immediate relief, and after using about a half dozen bottles found himself well and has had no rtturn of the disease. No other remedy can show so grand a record of cures as Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Guaranteed to do Just what is claimed for It. Trial bottle free at A. R. Penny's SEPTEMBER 20th, 1888 Casey and Elsewhere. WASHING MACHINE I have bought the right to sell the Florence Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish all who mav 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 as 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. Bourne, 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 Holtr. claw, C. C. Fieldi, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. E. Barrow, A. M.Feland and many others. i nauseous medicines, la tho very agreeable liquid fruit romody, Syrup of Figs. by loading Physicians. Manufactured only by tho California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For salo by A. It. Penny, Stanford. od s Will you suffer with Djspepsia and Liver Com Tw, iT..t.,.n, fr.. McKobcrts... Stagg, btanlorti; plaintt Shiloh's Vitallier it guaranteed to cure .. . ... i ; Crow 3t Co. '.t. n...!... Crowi Co., McKlnney; r.. t. juk, v..- - ".v..-ard- you. McKoberts & Stags, Stanford Orchard; ST-- 11 Nas- bv Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, l'rlce 5ocenU. McKinnoy j E. V. Jonc, Crab nrug Store' Hiving-beeauthorized by Mr, C. C. VanArs. dale, proprietor of Hustonville Roller Mills, as his agent for the purchase of wheat in this section of country, I call with confidence on my old and tried frieHdsof the farming public to see mc before their crops elsewhere. Having; been in trade about twenty years, I am familiar with 50 HEAD CHOICE COWS AND HEIFERS, the business. I feci warrauted, therefore, in the the declaration that I wilt be able to facilitate the Selected from their herds. This offering will be transfer of your crops to the advantage of nil conlargely composed of younir, now fresh, orduo cerned. 38 J.U.GRKEN. tocalve this fall. All the heifers cows old enough are tafn in calf to or will he bred to excellent bulls of Signal, St.Helier, Stock I'ogis, or other popular trains. It i seldom so good n lot is offered at pub lie sale, S"Salc will bejin promptly nt 12 o'clock. Lunch nt 11:30. For catalogues address J.V II. WALLACE, Lexington, Ky., or J. CHINN, Frakfort, Ky. Two miles South ot Stanford on Neat's Creek It. E. Edmonson, Auctioneer, W, CKAIG. Address me at Carlisle, Ky. - J. C. Sherley, Anchorage, Ky.; 1. A. Middlcton, Shelhyville Ky.: V. S Lyne, Danville, Ky.! I. II. Wallace, LelnBton, Ky : S. lllack and W. j. Chinn, Kr.inklort, Ky., will sell. co, House and 25 Acres Land Headquarters at S. S. Myers' store. M.K.ELKIN. IMMMpHMMpHpi t mtvwj(mhm'i NJ If- - H hlf President Cleveland has given $200 Tub Spencer Courier says, "Tliink of I tlio leading pint our Congressman, Gov. to tho vellow fever sufferers in Florida. Chief-Justic- e him tnl-i.Fuller's gown has been I luenpcneil u llrick aril and now hac 18 ooo i CoilgfCSP, it 11(1 in I t.ilc, to 7T 1888 thou,,,think of the 'Littlo Kcd Hog' tak- - made by n Chicago taller and is said to trek rcnty InformiiIM orkeepwill dike contract nmv J Liulil them my freuli meat STANTOI.D, KY., &E1TEM1IGU 18, Ti,is ja too ,nuch for tlio contain $100 worth of gros grain silk. ,)laCL j j1R in V.iii Anil lie ce l.ir and urn furni-.- li Shout, Ileef U' I' KAMS1.Y Henry Fritts, a farmer, and Archie mid Mutton .it all time.. imagination. Surest something easier. Kimbro, a railroad brakemnn, quarreled I3. NEWS CONDENSED. 11UTCIIER at a station near Kuoxville. When tho 1 havi ovneil n tmulirr H. F. Wiiruick has been appointed train started, Kimbro picked Fritts up lip nt Kowlm.il in in his arms and threw him under the th I'rrriil Mi-r- aIioiim. and urn pti'iiurvil to furnish Flanagan's famous inquiry nt n re- postmaster at (.ircenup. tho tiuh ic with I kind nt mi.it. nli mill -. A hvrrtnlort' I wi I cuntm in their MMVOI1 publican convention, "What are we here Ijifnyette Carpenter was killed in a wheels, where he was ground to piece.-- up running my i to my uncoil k"ternii At a Fair at Princeton, lml., Sylvesfor, except for the olllces?" might Imvo drunken row at Mt. Sterling. III MaiifnrU a nil vicinity ( M l KI.KIX. got jealous because his sweetn member of the G. A. been changed by The republicans of the J Id district re- ter Grubb 15. to "What do wo meet for except to nominated Dr. Godfrey Hunter. heart, Miss Gertie Downing, smiled up S. O. DAVIS, demand more pensions?" The National A collision between steamers at the on lus rival, and nnot Iter titreo times, fatally. He then tried to kill PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Encampment answered the question last Canary Islands caused the loss of 40 lives. probably week without being asked, however, by The Kentuckv State treasurer certi himself, unfortunatelv without success. MM.'. VKRNOX, J V. . Pulaski's beautiful republican reprevoting 420 to 2"2 for the presentation of a fies that the public tollers contain $225,- sentative in the legislature is under arbill to Congress to give every soldier, 420.4(5. Office next door to Whitehead1! Priij- - ""tore. army and navy A death from yellow fever ut Deca- rest for attempting to rape his cousin. sailor or marine of the SpeciiUttention nUeit to diteatet of children f. between April 1801 and July 1305 for a tur, Ala., has created consternation I.atku. At the trial Saturday, Miss Farmer broke down and admitted there was period of GO days or more, n service pen- there. S. W. will build a nothing in the case. It seems that she The C. & O. sion of SS per month; and to all who served a period exceeding 800 days an branch of 32 miles connecting Paducah tried to play Mr. Fanner for n sucker. MT. VERNON, KY. additional amount of one cent for each and Cairo. The Hatllelds, of West Virginia, in, TT-mCongress has passed a bill appropri- vaded Kentucky again Sunday in their AXTI3 day's service exceeding that period, and the passage of n bill placing the widows ating $200,000 for the yellow fever suffer- search for the McCoys. They found Thi old and Hotel It still maintain of soldiers, sailors and marines on the ers in Florida. them and were driven back across the inR lit line reputation. Charge, reatonable. SpeSeventeen thousand bills have been border, leaving two of their number dead cial attention to the traveling public. 'tension list without regard to the time S Jd. P. NEWCOMH. Prop., introduced in Congress since the present behind. It seems as if this ancient feud of service or cause of soldier's death. Mt. Vernon, Ky, beosion began. could only be ended by extermination. On being asked by a Pennsylvania edA contagion of genuine Texas fever, It was a mistake about the acquittal. AND itor if he ever said that $1 n day was in its most violent form, has broken out Some adequate idea of the disastrous LONDON, KENTUCKY, enough wages for a working man, Mr. near Streator, 111. floods in South Carolina can be obtained Harrison sent the following evasive reTho Snyder Preserve Co. shipped n when it is known that the Roanoke river CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. MEDIUM sponse: "There may bo campaign lies whole train, 15 of catsup to is now U7 feet above high water mark, so plausible ns to require n denial, but Chicago last week. of the fields along its ' Thoroughly Renovated and ItefurnUhcd, Pint-clannd that many this is certainly not of that sort." If ho Fare and Keontble Pricei. Day anil night John Lucas, head waiter of a Sarato banks are 30 feet under water. Two didn't say so, why didn't he say he ga hotel, died the other day and left a ' whole counties have been turned into Train are met by Polite Portcriot thit Popular Joj-t- f. Home. didn't? that's the question. The honest fortune of $00,000. lakes and houses are said to be floating nothing man at the White House knows The L. & X. railroad has during the about like so much driftwood. about equivocation, but when asked if past 12 months purchased 3o locomotives DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. XC3G r the charge made in the Nprth American and over 2,000 cars. Mrs. B. O. McReynolds and Mrs. R. l.eview that he had declared "he beRansom Rayle, a prominent tobacco S. Bolton, of Decatur, III., are visiting I ill deliver t regular cuttoncrt in Stanford and lieves in free trade as he believes in tho dealer, was killed by the cars near vicinity ever) morning the family of Mr. W. J. Bolton. Protestant religion," answered: "I never Sunday. ! Mrs. Sallie Spears, wife of Ben 1). made use of that expression or anything George Bobbitt was assassinated at Account! punt be paid at the cloie of each week like it. The statement is a pure, una- his home in Pulaski by an unknown Spears, of Xieholasville, formerly of this or wncn cutiomer nuiti K K. IIAKROW county, died Sunday morning. Tho redulterated fabrication." man at 4 a. m. Friday. mains are to be brought here for inter PP1TF ' ? ji- Augusta, Ga., was entirely submerg- ment Owino to John P. Murray, Monday. ,mm mesm. urHebra-s- " the founder and for 14 years the editor of ed by the heavy floods of last week and Mrs. J. W. Yerkes, who has been ill the IJardstown Record, has sold out to 11 persons were drowned. fever, is now able to ride with typhoid County Judge Matt. Tumey, who out. Mrs. Heber Craft and Mr. Hugh his nartners. and in the last issue of that 7..11U1 .A. in preparation, without paper takes n touching leave of the peo-- ! was serving his third term, dropped dead Craft, of McComb City, Mks., are visitn 7 vi' ? Injil rT,romovos Frock Bowpie ho has served so long and so well, ot apoplexy at rans rntiay. ing Mrs. Craft's mother, Mrs. Mary 'Vc'oi." loa. Iilvor-Molo- s. Pim- An accident to a grand army train man. Mr. Murray was one of the hardest workploo, Black-HoadSunburn and ing and most painstaking of editors, and on the B. A O., near Mansfield, O., killed "Col. Bnidshaw," the Messenger Tan. A few applications will render the has done much to elevate the standard two and wounded 32 others. Chief colt sold by H. C. Mock, of this most btuhbornly red fkin soft, smooth ami Congressman Scott absolutely refus- county, in February, to Col. C. G. Brad- - white. Viola Croam is not n paint or of Kentucky papers. Wo wish him a tocovcr defect, but a remed v to care, speedy restoration to health and good es the renomination tendered him and shaw, of Montana, for $3,000, lowered fowdcr to all other preparation!, and says ho will decline if elected. hick wherever his lot may be cast. his record to 2:22 a few days ago. Be- is guaranteed to giro satisfaction. At drug-ciiCharles Beeraft, a wealthy farmer of fore the last race Col. Bnidshaw sold the. or mailed for 60 crnt. I'reparcd by Dit. Tannkk, who fasted 40 days in Bourbon, walked out a third-stor- y winO. TOLKOO, OHIO. Ac Mr. Mock Mill owns animal for $o,000 Xew York some eight years ago, is seek- dow in his sleep and was killed. the dam. JForSalc at McRr'erM & M m Si4n(r I, Ky ing further notoriety by claiming that George C. Gorham, formerly clerk Mr. John B. Neeb and bride, nee men, like bears and other animals, can of the Senate, and a devoted friend of Miss Lottie Echel, of Cincinnati, are hibernate, and says he is studying with Conkling, has declared for Cleveland. R. B. spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. a view to experiment in tho line by perAn explosion in the Xational Mill at Frank Uilcher, on their return from the SUCCt-SSOTO R mitting himself to be bcalcd up in an air- Cleveland killed one man, injured 4 and George Scrughani, Mammoth Cave. tight cofiin to be laid away till sometime damaged property to the amount of THE HATTER, formerly of this place and for sometime M'MIOHAEL, that ho may designate. It is to be hoped $250,000. in the employ of the Electric Light Co., 511 4TU AVENUE, that he will test his idea at an early date Judge Edwards, of Maryville, Mo., of Lexington, lias obtained a luerntiu' charge will forget to was so chagrined at being defeated for LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. and that those in situation with tho Kentucky Union It. open tho collin nt all. the Court of. Appeals, that he went out It. in the otlkv of II. Q. Staunton. and hung himself. Mrs. S. 1). VanPelt on Wednesday The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Gov. Hill, of Xew York, in accepting Horace January, Grand Commander night heard unusual noises in the gar a renomination, says that tho success of Sti of of Knights Templar of Kentucky, has is- den, and looking out, saw two negro the national ticket uvertowor.s all sued a call upon the Knights to aid their men in the branches of a pear consideration and expressed the hi others at Jacksonville. Awaking her son, Hiram, that hope that every independent voter Mrs. Snell, widow of the murdered ' man stepped to the door and tired at would support Cleveland, whether he Chicago millionaire, oilers u reward of tinopun it of I imii!Ic, them with a pistol. They jumped from could vote for Hill or not. That's the the $20,000 for the capture of William B. tin.- trim nnil rim s. . ,..- ... nmiv., li'.'ivillL' two Mli'ks ...Vway for a true democrat to talk, and Gov. T.iscott, the supposed murderer. which they would have filled with the! KH0X& JOHN B.STETSOH & CO'S. HATS Hill has increased the estimation in -- The Chinese restriction bill failed of choice fiuit had they not beendistutbed.Anilatiiny ,VI1 mpntUUon r Kni.Uih ,,aU which ho is held by doing so. reconsideration in the Senate and the Hiram doesn't know whether his bullets ' ui C.in i cne ami i.jon. mt im 11j t'clclirateJ I Kacii democratic club will be untitled signature of tho President is all that is struck the thieves or not. uhvijl oil hand Fine to five representatives to the convention needed now to make it the law. Circuit court began this morning, Tho Grand Army elected William Judge Morrow and Mr. Ileuulon being SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, of clubs ut Louisville, October 1, and one commander-in-chie- f and other Fura, n ipecinlty. Order! for every additional 100 members. The Warner, of Missouri, present. The mot important cases set Clove city mjIiukhI, perfect .itUf.Ktion i;uariii-teed- . of for tho ensuing year. Tho nexteir for clubs in this county should meet at once ai u those against Geo. Ball, Dim", la!! toorder a NOllllY HAT r and Appoint live men, who will attend, nimpiiient will be at Milwaukee. murder; Sam Green, murder, John How-seSam Brown, a desperado, who boastand make tho meeting a memorable one. murder; Geo. Bowiingieen, murder, Hon. Frank Hard and other distinguish- ed of having killed four men, was shot Matt. Brooks, murder. The following 1 r"l ed speakers will be present and deliver and killed at Hartville, Wyoming, mill- citizens make up the grand jury: W. 1. ing camp, by Frank Williams, a cowboy. Moore, foreman; T. C. Piewitt, J. B. addresses. C0111.U n.iUii'iiiea, Ayor's Cliurry Pec .7. Sel Miller has been reappointed Carter Walker, W. It. Bowman, tmul is l.i t;riator demand than cvi-r- . As predicted, nono of the boys would commissioner of the Louisville Chancery Caldwell, No prrpn ration for Throat ami Lung Benj. West, N. I. Buster, J. L. Webb, A. tackle Billy Breckinridge for tho nomi- Court by Judge Edwards. Miller has G. Hainey, II. Headly, It. I). Bruce, J. Troubles U so prompt In its effects, so nation in the 7th and the committee de- been behaving himself well for the last agruculilo to thu taato, ami ho wliloly E. Lee, G. 1). Malum, J. T. Shelton, B. Known as till. It is tlio family mediclared him the nominee of his party. It year. Following is cine la thousand of housuholils. Ueporter records the death of W. Crane, Fleece Owens. The is said that Col. Swopo has expressed his T. G. Oirut, J. L. Taylor, "I liavo Milli'rfd for years from a willingness to carry the republican ban- Mrs. C. M. Hail, daughter of J. W. Hail, the petit jury: I tiiko bronchial trouble that, wliem-vo- r Sim Slaughter, M. P. Sallee, T. Puidom, ner in the final fight, but wo incline to and Mrs. W. E. Perkins, both of Somerset. cold or inn i:po.sud to incli'tiicnt weutli-o- r, W. It. .Meyer, K. I. Hlttinn Itwlf by a ery annoying the opinion that lie is smart enough to The former was the mother of 14 chil- Bichard Cobb, Jr., tickling Mentation in tho throat nnd by .Moore, W. C. Curran, T, G. Worthing-ton- , know that discretion is the better part of dren. ditliculty In lireathitig. I linvu tried a J. O. Evans, H. P. Gray, J. II. Gen- great many riHiirdlet. hut nono does ho A service pension as suggested by valor. Shanwell as Ajcr's Cliorry I'cctonil which tho G. A. It. would increase tho annual try, J. M. Cox, W. E. Wood, Jos. In returns of Kives nrouipt reHarvey Hay, F. M. Carpenter, O. alwavs complaint." lolief A. llt'pler, Full returns from Maine show n K rnest pension expense $90,000,000 and make non, in void Inspector or Public Itoads, 1'arUh lcr- publican plurality of 1S,495, or about the total for that item alone $178,000,000 Tucker, T. L. Humble, J. T. Wayne, ru llotiuo, La, Andiew Wayne, G. L. Potts, C. I). less than in 18S4. The republicans a year. " I consider Aver's Cherry Pectoral a 1)04 and tho demoW. C. Kern. Mary Engel, a daughter of Anarchincreased their vote most Important roinedy crats 2,154. And yet this is tho famous ist Engel, who with his three other partPut'Emon the Outside. victory tho rads prate about! If tho ners was hung at Chicago, was married I have tested Its curatlvo power, in my I can give advice on tho point prowhole country vote at tho same ratio in last week to Gustavus Bost, an anarchist Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, family, ninny times during tho past pounded to Mrs. Langtry by a corre-- j tliittv years, nnd havo nutur known it November Eclipse Cleveland will bo first sympathizer. fall, it will relievo tlio most serious tho best assortment we have ever had, embracing over Col. T. II. Hanks, of Anderson, who Hpondent, whether pads, if worn at all, to the rest nowhere. affections of tlio throat and lunga, recently lost his residence in the same should be worn insido or outside of the whether In children or nditltri." Mrs. Neither. Nooo nor tho Little Red Hog way, had his stables and barn to burn stays. Outside, by all means. Let your E. G. Ldgurly, Council Ulttfls, Iowa. "Twenty years has signified his intention of accepting last week. He says in tho last 10 years corset, my slim and flat sister, bo fitted j with a disease of ago I was trotihled tlio lungs. Doctom the republicans ho has lost $00,000 by fires. the empty honors tli.it simply to every square inch of its surafforded mo no relief and considered Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of tho better my case hopeless. I then began to uso and prohibitionists have given them, but Alexander Goldensen was hanged in face. It will ho the more coinfoi table; Ayor's Cherry Pectoral, and, beforo I grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the we learn that Nooo is setting up nights San Francisco Friday for tho murder of it will pioduce the better outlines and it j had finished ouo bottle, found relief. I to talcu working on his letter of acceptance, a schoolgirl in 1880. Ho was will bo greater in deception if that's continuedeffected. this medicine until a was I bellovo that Ayor's trade. Oome and see our goods before making your selections. which will bo even a better document 18 years old when ho killed tho girl for what you'ie at. To me tho very idea of i euro Cherry Pectoral saved my life." You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. than Harrison's, which wo give on our refusing to accept his attentions. carrying a pad of biid seed or what not Samuel Griggs, Watikegan, III. a severe "Six years ago I fourth page. The C. & O. will run an excursion to within tho corset is disgusting. But cold which settled contracted on my lungs and too.' The upper edge soon developed nil tho aliuining sympTiik I'aducah Standard says that in Old Point Comfort Scpfember 2(1 and 27 utility forbids it, 30. had a round-trip- . Tickets will of a stuffed corset is dead sure to bo toms of Consumption. I of tho cough, lungs, tho last 12 years 27 persons have been at $12 for tho night sweats, bleeding MRS. J. P. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. defined to view, and that innke.s pains iu chest and sines, and was so killed in Daviess county and not a sin- be good on all regular trains and stop- sharply you look as though you wero standing prostrated as to bo confined to my over privileges granted returning. gle murderer has stretched hemp. This bed most of tho time. After trying Speaker Carlisle left Washington breast high behind a fence. No, no. If various prescriptions, without benefit, is a fearful stato of affairs, but it is no falsity, put it my physician finally determined to givo worse than in many other counties of Sunday evening for homo to attend tho you require symmetrical Cherry Pectoral. I tool; it. into each gown by itself, and let it ovei-li- o mo Ayor'B which ho will bo nnd tlio effect was magical. I seemed the dark and bloody ground, where tlio convention ut the corset. If your dress bo fluffy to rally from tho first doso of this in Covington Ho will speak taking of human life is tho cheapest of mcdlcino, nnd, after using only thrco at Erlanger Wednesday, returning to nnd projecting, there need bo no padbottles, nm an well and sound ns over." all crimes. Hod n by Johnson, Springfield, 111. ding. If otherwise well, then, other-- 1 Washington Friday. Congressman's Lanham's district in wise. Anyhow, the bogus shnpo will bo j Tun yellow fovor scourge continues to Cherry hold Jacksonville in its baleful embrace Texas is the largest in tho United States, twico as deceptive if it looks pliable and suflering that comes from having an area as largo as Maine, New yielding than if confined by tho bones of and tho taloof nv there is enough to make bravo hearts Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, n corset. It woiit wabble with its wearDr. J. C. Aycr Si Co., Lowell, Mass. Bello in grow faint. To date there have been Wo Itliotle Island, Connecticut, Now Jersey, er's supple movements.-ClaBold by all DruggUti. l'ricu $1 ; ill bottles, J5. A. C. SINK, Cincinnati Enquirer. Delaware, Maryland and Ohio. cubes ulid 120 deaths. OhMI-l- f O fx r V t pmnn Tnnnimi ttlVLl IN I tK.UKcJUUKNrlL BHICK 1 "STAKD I n LADIES" SHOES IN ALL GRADES Jl'ST RECEIVED. W. WALTON. NEW SHOP. oy-ti'- dh-.i- cm-tonu- n-l- 77-t- STANDARD SCREW, MACHINE SEWED, HAND SEWED, HAND TURNED, GALF, GRAIN, GOAT, AMERICAN, NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. IN FRENCH Sj-t- BOYS' CHILDREN? MISSES' JACKSON HOUSE. car-loa- sanooL shoes AND EXTRA HIGH TIPS. LIGHT HEAVY WEIGHT B1BUC3E & M'BOBUBTS ICE, ICE, n, At Two Cent Per Pound to-da- l$!KWiolaCream $-. e, deAlk, T. R. WALTON I SOMERSET STREETS, U G. BITTNKR CO., GEOGHEGAN, MAIN v; STANFORD, KENTTJCKTT. a per-hou- al :;:FALL HATS, vorM-r!i"ncd ..-- Prices Always Reasonable and Goods First-Clas- out-lil- e to-da- y r-iy- y, best ct All GOOD EJMCFTV BSRRE1CS FOR SAX.K. LXV Mc-Cor- d, BUGGIES, For Home Use. CARRIAGES J J' V l GEO. WEAKEN", aOLKTG'R. to-da- SMNEOWPLMMG ILL k CO, Aycr's Pectoral, Flooring, Sidings, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, Brackets, Scroll Work, Frames, Sasli, Doors, ISliiids, Veranda Work, Etc. Superintendent. i . I if . SSdB 4 -, ,. I )' ' ' ,J ,1 7 Semi-Weekly Interior journal Jf P i: vr.it "ahiSr K00,,H,U8t fcSo.v ,8 u rortiso rottiv of Samuel Dndderar, of this county, ( Tin: of .Tamos Duililernir. son ar- t XKW AIlVKIITISKMKXTS. K.c. WALTON, mm. Manager ' .cr. thll0 (lld lhuft, Blotj rived yistorday from Texas. Mr. I), was opened yesterday on about !Vj years of ago and died of'typbold j j0 nm, fever. NEW COA.Ii YABD. t am Agent Tor 'I he NOW Ve Have PEW Opened our Stock of Stasi'oiiw, Kv., Sliti:mi:ii 18, 1883 K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. I.,. 1 ml rains leasu KnwUnJ nt IMS a m an J return ut 6 p m unit 8 40 p m. L. iioam & N. LOCAL flME'CABD. ....UJtpm Mail train going Noilh 131pm bomh ., H37Pm Kspress train" South Noith -- 630 am Local rrclght North South. 3JPn f he latter iraiua u surry passengers. i calculate J on standard lime. Solar The above tine l about ao minutes faster. 7'n al-- MEAH3 BUSINCS3. the lVnny'w. The land will he firt offered in 3 parcrU, a fnt ut, containing about 10 acres and including your school book, ink, tnhletH. lk'Y a comfortable dwelling and containing about 00 pcncilM anil school supplies ol all acres and Including the late residence of the And every thing has been selected with great care, the senior memi;1 jht, decedent. 3d, including about 26 acres of Knob intts iroin A. u. renny. land John-so- n CHURCH AFFAIRS. Foil disorderly conduit, Hill I puirnntee nil watches and every arThe whole tract will then be offered and the best ber's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with 1 fell to bo jutrt art repreami lxni Teaters, both colored, were acKrega.c bid accepted. ticle of jewelry The llapti-- t church at Ilarrodsburg The patronage of persons with cash and cash, remainder In two discrimination and profit. TKR.MS sented. A. U. lViuiy. lodged in jail Sunday by Marshal Carequal installments, due rrspectivclr in C and n ban purchased a parsonage for months secured by lien on the land and notes with penter. The incarceration of Miss Tea-teFERSAirpOlriTS. The next annual Conference for this good security tearing interest from date of sale. those who pay promptly at the end of each six months is especially makes three of a family now in du- district will be held I'oisessiun given January 1st, I5S0; at Paris. JUH. J. NKAI.. d. desired. Mi:. J.T. Hauiiin went to Iuisvillu rance, vile. 1 II! Dec Admr Chris. Schx-pter- , confessions so There have been i yesterday. Wk stand corrected. It was K" boanl-er- s far tins year at the Central Mission, LouAsking a share of your patrouage, we aro Mitw I.izzir. Uiikiiit haa boon vIhIiIiik and as many day pupils that the isville. in Female College ojteiied with. by ltev. Itev. J. M. Kvans, Mil.!.. It. (iIVK.nh, of Slater, Mo., !h There is still room for.a few more, and Henry Miller, closed an inteiesting meetHaving rccalncil my health I hac opened staback on a vinii to bis parentH. in order to accommodate all who may ing at Iloliou, with 1! additions. bles at my old stand, .So 34, 56 undo? .cuth I'ry-W11.1.11: U.viiiinkii, of Bardstown, Mims te Street, to wiNh to come, President l'opu will build October 11 is the day set apart by of- secure all Atlanta, Georgia I would desireglad call to my former patronage and In vlmlin lier hihter, Mrs. It. C. Stailer. largo addition to his buildings at ficers of the World's and the National the attention of all shippers to this point to my a stables Liberal advance made on stock. No in .MIM.MaXI I.AIKKY. Of lt(M)lllillKt01l, V. C. T. L for a day of prayerthe world 01 ICO. charged. J F. KEDD. 111 , is tlit' nuwt of Mrs. J. J. McIlolnTtH. over. Kii.lki). Itob Oibsou, a negro man, lit nt, the younvreht son of Mr. an.l Jacksonville, Fla,, oilers a brilliant Mrs. ltobt. McAlister, lias been very ill. jumiHid on a Hat as it was pass! ng Jonfaith-eurpeople, but they Owsley's Saturday, intending to Held for the Misn.Mauy MiKinskv left yesterday athan HtTFi-'iNKA:- , have not been Hocking there to any exHurrods- - ride to Maywood and get oil". The train t. SCIU.KREL, the Richmond Photographer, to inter DaiiKliters Collet-oa-t will be in Stanford, failed to stop, and in jumping 011 to the tent. , Tuosday, September 18, 1888. Itishop Dudley laid the corner stone of .Sylvia, Kan- wet platform Ids foot slipped and be went K. II. SrAi.i.fi-1-Mu. Tuesday. October 2 and 30. Friday of an Kpiseop.il church tube built sas, is on a visit to Ills mother, Mrn. S.S. under the cars, which passed over his Tuesday, Novembor 13 and 27. at lA'xingtoii, with a seating capacity of Myers. leg, fearfully mangling it, from theeHccts Tuesday, Docombor 11 and 25. 100 and to coit with the lot tlU.OOO. And will make negatiso on those days by using Mu. Ci. W. Pkm-i:-, of.N'ovailaCity.Mo., of which he died. the Kldor C. C. Cline has taken charge just instantaneous process onPictures can beI nude visitinj: bis brothers, Ailani ami' K..T. clear days. as well on cloudy as alto is Jim Owiins seems to be especially un- of the pulpit at the Christian church and wish to mention th.it parties having Pictures to IVncc. Kularje in Crn)on, Watir Color or Oil, will find fortunate. He hardly recovers from one will remain until Jan. 1st. He is giving it to their advantage to Imvc it dmiH at home, in. Mils. A. M. I'k.nti: darted to Mis-ou- ri ns I can stead ul sending - another, ltst satisfaction as a preacher and ospfeially copy tliem just 11sthem offandilh strangers, satisfacO. accident before lie suHeryesterday with lior hrothur-in-lacheap Rive entire Lancaster News. tion 'thanking the people ol Lincoln count) for week while he was climbing up to put as a vocal soloist. IViuv. and hoping for a continuance of Iheir Itev. John It. Peoples, on account of s.ime, patriinige, Ilespei tfullv, I am V ery Mu- - .1. It. W'aiihkn lias returned from some mail in a high box, the train struck ( J 1.. SCIII.KdKL, Photographer. CIet land and "t'lule .liiiiiny" is him-se- a curve and the Midden lunge threw him feeble health, asked for a siiperanuatod on his back, hinting liiui ipiite severely, ndatiou to the Conference this year, and ntftin. SALE Mi-- s Motmx C. I wist, of Olreleville, He is now nt homo and will not boablela mibseriptiuii of about $m for him, in ' addition to the Conference appropriation 0 , the hundsonu sister of Mr. II. J. to woik for sometime. ' ' for its supeniuuated inoinbers, was rais- is bis yiieM. I.iit, Fiii-- t FA11M & National Hank, Stankoiui, uij, ! nt. K S l, ti.k loft Shi u nlH y for I Itev. John Hell (Sibson, who has a lar,je and sslest line of Furniture Kv., Somk. It. II. Courtney, Hanker I Will keep constantly ()rtensboii ami Cineinnati, to bo ami llroker, l.uxiiigton, Ky., has for Nile gnatly omleared himself to his congie-- a As administrator of the estate of (.eo. 1), Ander- and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods v'oiie a month or more. few more shares of the stock of this' gallon, lias accepted tlio call for his ."tli son, dee'd, with thu will annexed, I will on can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conMm. .1. I'. Davis is down with the ty- good conditioned and well managed year at tho Stanford Christian church, nt SATURDAY, SEPT. 29, 1888, vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. phoid fever at .Moniiccllo, so wo learn bank. Our readers should take advan- an advanced salary. The church has ' Line-I- n In town from 11 rani to Mr. VY. A. Tribble. tage of this opportunity and communi- greatly prospered under his charge and sellthe public of Hustonville, highest county, Ky. bidder, the at nudum to the Mi-- n. V. Amoiin, Win. Uanglier-t- v J. property ol tne estate ol uco II. Anucrvon, uec o, cate with him at once as the demand for the nieinbers,hip is largely iticwimod. . aslollows: and (too. Mi A lister vseiit to 1nii.sville this stock is Rev. II. A. M. lieudotson, whoonce active with 111 u sewing and furniture, lot of beds, wMerday, wo Mippo-- to the races. was suiH'rintendoiit of tinblie schools in A machine anil holdingnousenniu gooos, one larin ui otner ine Association, owing to a biiinutto, Miss Xmicy Tin: Teacher' of Tim handsome aires about Kl.t..kv .and who afterward hwhiiikhI about 83on the Libertya half mile South the lesti turnpike, and ml ui mi II I Kagland, of Winchester, arrived last misunderstanding, was not held at IVint from the Southern to theNoi thorn Methtators' half interest in a small tract of land on 2: . . the Waters of tireen Riser. night and Is tin piest of Miss Anne l'ltMistmt Friday, but will be held at odist Church, and tooka charge in llrook-lyKingsvillo next Friday and Saturday, "J I Hunks. has joined the Cincinnati Confer- Mr. Ilulton the tenant now cm the larm sill show it to any ouedeMting tu purcliacc15. (.'wi-o- n, Messrs S. II. and ii', with the same programme as ence and will be pastor of tho Trinity Juw.iiW. of this paper, Church in that city. in the In- -t is-Terms For the personalty and Knob land a hnnks. K. P. Owsley and C. F. Kent are publ'i-diecradlt i.fj months on noie with good security, as! Vo Imp nil the who can will A 1vviv.1l meeting will begin at the bearing interest for all sums ol Ju and over but in Cincinnati on a purchasing us well be on hand, also the citizen of the coin- - Christian church next Sunday morning. under that amount cash. For the6 farm, 12 months tiip. cash on day of sale, remainder In and with of .MilllH.ro, a., munity. W. ! McClary, Pros. socurity, hearing interest M11. C. C. Pwiui-i- i, Rev. John Hell (iibson will begin tiie on notespossession and possession to be eim-i-i from state of Jan isitto her uncle ami mint, Col. Staiihbii. Toy Toutorn, who has been mooting and will be joined by Itev. !eo. i, 1N9 J.N. M1NKKKK, isoiui Admr. of (jco. 11. Anderson, c t a looking oven hand-K-mand Mrs. T. P. Hill, Darsio, of Frankfort, Monday night. in Humorous' rows, sluliln-- .luck ., . . . . .... than ever. 01 .11 r. i..iiioii s sermon Miimay win, another negro, Saturday night, just ""'J0 Mil. It. C. W wiHKX went to Jamestown AJLli!c 01 ueiig- or- - niornmg win 00 1110 over the lieart, iwiroiy missing that yesterday, whore lie was 1011, Suiulay night, the saviours Laiuoii-tatio- ii savage one mid that section on the gan. The wound is a the over Sinners. Two Piano, one Oran, two W'ardrobcfc, the man hied almost as much as if Ids DlnliiK Kooin Speaking of ovangeli-t- s, the Central ing Table, oneSafes, one Vt alnut Extension Dinimios of the campaign. one large lledstcad heart had Ih'oii reached. He is rather It. Cook and David Skinner were Christian Advocate warns its ministers and Wire Springs. Pillown, lllankcts. Coal Oil things. and many days. Tho former wore in a critical condition and the examin- and people against tho roving characters Tank can be hadother bargain For cash these arhero a couple of Apply to ticles at a TXn&Zn-VU&E- . WedALEX h. l'AXTO.V expression and looked as if ing trial has boon postponed till a who prey upon the churches and make Stanford , Ky. nesday to await tho result of tho wound. lie had lost his best friend. thrtegood Abo a Teaters and two of his a livelihood in that Held, when they in.itlresses.clocks, pillws lllankcts and K. Kihti.ky and childien, In the meantime M us. Tuns. would tail to do so by honest work in brothers and aie in iiiil. the others ny It thinks there is no need of afur spending thesiiuimor with her par ., other. , vujioiin uiii'iinvn. SAW rent'", return to Uieeiivilio, Texas, to- lor tins class 01 111011. Tliev are morrow. Tin: grand pageant and ball of the Sat - The Church does not send them out and Land atul Stock. Miss Asnmk Jr.Nxixos, on route to her ellitos of Meicurv will occur at Louis - pastors Bhould not have anvthing to do As I desire to leave Kentucky I will sell at great homo in St. .1niis, Misses Annie Dunn, ville next Thursday, and promises to be with them. sacrifice a saw mills complete with 30 horne boilers ox log wagand 30 horse engines, 3 .May Holm, Kddio Yv". Rochester, Albert the grandest display of the series. Tho on i burkboard, spring wagWoodford Cannon shot and killed on und harnesswagons. of cattle, 3 mules, 1 horse, Wilson took theear-l- y L. it N..will sell tickets y ami toseverance and 1slie 3 yokes grist mill complete, and my farm of 560 acres of trainthis morning for Louisville. morrow, good to return on the L'l'd, at Karnost Tingle at Lexington. soon lanu well muttered, win sen pnvaieiv. A lire originating in Rohkoft's sadMAKT. SMITH; has returned $2.10 for the round-trip- . D11. J. O. Caiii'k.stkii We thank .Mr. f Maywood, Ky. u dlery house at l'atluoah destroyed it and lthinological from a meeting of the A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Thomas II. Stark, of Moore k Stark, paat Cincinnati. He was appointed per dealers, for invitation to attend tho adjacent property valued at $l'00,000. Xoaily nil the Louisville churches on the board of council and also made ball at the Unit House. The invitation took up collections for Jacksonville yelone of n committee to visit the lunatic is in the form of a cap, which with the asylums of the State anil examine the cards and order of dance, is both unique low fever suli'erers .Sunday. About $2,000 will he realized. patients there for nose and throat troub- and handsome. As administratrix of John D. Carpenter, deceasI no same ratio of democratic gains Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by ed, I will on les, the Association being of the opinTin: last legislature passed a law for us that exhibited in .Maine will give Illi-th- e ion that those diseases cut a. largo llgtiro Bakery, Restaurant and Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s benefit of druggists, which provides' nois, Minnesota and California to Clove-tha- t THURSDAY, SEPT. 27th, 1888, in producing insanity. California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everyno man shall sell certain drugs and land and Thiirman. New York, Sell to the highest bidder the fo lowing property, "CITYANDVICINITY. the Hustonwllc A thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, 0ake3 and the Best of until he lias procured from the necticut, Now Jersey and Indiana are, of at tnc farm of the deceased, on Hustons llle: Middlcburg pike, a railea from Fish State Hoard of l'liarinaey a certificate as coursef assured, says the Cincinnati Ku- Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Don't forgot the Fresh Oysters, 50 head of 1,400 pound cattle, 30 head of i,?oo to handle them. The (purer. to his ipialillcation pound cuttle, 30 he id of yearling steers and heifand Celery at J. T. Harris'. ers, 30 cows and calves, ao brood marcs 3 yearpenalty is a fine of $2.") for tho first, $50 ling horse colls, 3 aged work mure mules, Another Am'r.v Jackson. C w 1. at S. II. Slianks and seo tho 3 a.jear-olmarc mules, 150 300 pound hogs for tho second and $100 for the third ofreceiving. Tho niessago will certainly nrouso the a lot of shoals, 40 head of ewes bred to Southhe is daily R. ZIMMER, Respectfully, fense, and so on. Druggist llourno lias cuser of thoDcmhiion cud or Cnglaud as down buck, 50 acres of corn. 15 acres of millet, " 30 inns of hay, 784 bushels of wheat, 53 shares of laid himself liable under the act, but he no ether document has dolio for many Wholesale and Retail. lliistonsille National Hank stuck, 30 It is said Unit green is going to be the pleads total forget fulness of the law, yearj. It is evident that tho president slock in the Farmers National llauk shares of ol Stanprevailing color this winter. Also farming implements and household nooplo, ford. which, however, is not a valid excuse knows tliovhjhtaof tho American Ills totMid kitchen furniture. and "knowing daros maintain." It. llHioiss has gonu into the for his failure to comply with its require- ter lifts the question abovo partisanship Terms made known on day of sale. John -- THATMKS. M. W. CAKPKNTER, coal and lime business. See r.d. ments. Thedoctor thinks, however, ho and ma'.cca it a national matter. It Is u Adinx. John 1), Carpenter, Dec d. to Great Britain and announcement II not rented before, will on that day rent the will have no trouble in arranging; the I iiavk just received a big lino of fall Canada that another Andrew Jackson Is "I.ee rami," comaing 354 acres ol No. blue j8 til helm of tho republic Utica (N. grass land, and in matter. nt tho . . shoos of tho Zeigler llros. make, before Y.) Observer. is just seven weeks to call ami examine It vite my customers HAVK-tho November election and it is high A root, them H. 11. Shanks. time the county committee was perfectfho Democrats aro pet a big As we si of Snmford A. McKoe & Son, nurs-vmo- n ing plans for a thorough organization of Norwegian voto this clnr? which doubly sell atexecutors residence on Krwin, dee'd, & Danill Asskim:d.-- J. his late the Stanford fall, Kingsvillo, this county, and Clovelaud and Thurcian success. ille Pike, midway between the to towns, ut -- CFtho putty in the county. Tho result of ussuros btraw, Cynthiana, have assigned with liabilities bSSO must not be repeated and it will not This is not aRegister. but a fact. Bluo ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1888, Earth (Mum.) of over $11,000. Assets :V acies of land if proper work is done. Uradley, owing The following personal properly: acies to democratic apathy, and tho fact that fat steers, 4 high grade, in Ilanison nml several numireu Sesen a and 3 year-olVerily Tliey Are. heifers, 5 high grade cows nnd calves, 35 high ;l II) persons, nearly all of whom were of land on Kings Mountain. Thcro 13 a Mrs. Carrlo Harrison Hepub-Jlcagrade hogs, 75 high grade sheep, I pair aged horses, marc mules, family horse, 3 club over tho river, says tho Louis-HUdemocrats, voted tho prohibifine combined fine ones. 1 lint yearling filly, Di'.atii. JamcH A. lteasley, a wealthy formerly Courier-Journabarouche and mare and colt, 1 brood maru tion ticket, carried the county then by knd carry Iudiaua aro but Carrlo Harrison quito different citizen of Ciarrard and brother of Allen !V harness, buggy ud harness, 1 spring wagon Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchmajority, but with Cleveland, Thur-ina- u wagon and harness, and harness, Uea.ley, of this county, died Friday of wheat drill, harrow, plows, harvesting machine, maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness and McCreary, wo ought to go back Our brilliant Brother Blalno ,Vc, .Vc, 16 acres of corn in field and 3 stacks of liver trouble, at an advanced age. Ho Has nado his usual bust; new hay. and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glassas to suit tho of the Reform church and to our former democratic, majority of Tliia tlino It tvos In Maine I was n member Terms made known on day of sale. :io0 to r00. Let uvery democrat sea that I.. I.. KRWIN, J Fxorl MKS. d lUi subject was tbo "Trust." eye. I Vto btood very high as a man and as n Chris it is done. T. I.. I.II.LAK1), Atlanta Constitution. 4 . tum. W.miirji nml jouelry rcpairud and warrantol. A. 1!. lVnny. Tiik heat place l buy lnin, patent medicinea and toilet aitieh-- is at A. K. Mu. J. K. FwuiixtK hns contracted i MAlUK ,,, rent lliy ,,ro,,t.rly 0 Main with Allen & Ilanoy for a large street. Fur iiaitieulnrH and terms call on on his lot of an acre on Logan ornddresH W. II. IIIhiiih. Mm. 0. A. residenci Avenue, south of the railroad, recently Holmes. bought of 1). V. Vandovoer for $000. Now would be a yooil timo to :et a MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. good Hiiit of clothes on short notice. Como early and not llrst pick. II. (J. One of Rock Castle's pretty visitors lltiploy. has married since the regular bmsoh ended, and she didn't marry tho "mash" II 1:111: is riclineHs sure enough. The Ijiiieanter Nuwh says: J. II. Urown and she iinul'i there either. The young lady, Mi-- s Fannie Settles, was united to John W. (i. Dunliip will hold a joint debate, Fears, of IKvatur, III., last week at on the. political issues at Crab Orchard, How's that, Andy? Friday, '21st, and at Loudon on Saturday A reader asks us tosay that the correspondent of the iNTKIIIOltJoi'lt.S'AI.is, no doubt, mistaken in regard to the Califor.Mu. K. 1. Owhixv, of tins linn of Owsnia preacher marrying an oldirl in that ley Cr.iitr, is now in tbu markets buying the fall stock fur that firm, and will locality. Madam Humor bus it that he endeavor to buy the largest and best se- has a very great admiration for n fair lected btock of dry goods ever brought widow, whom we claim as a resident of Ilarrodsburg Democrat. this place. here. two-stor- y m m liar-rodsbur- g. SUPERIOR LILY COAL, And ill kttp it constantly nn hands in my yanl" in bunfiml Also Limo, Sand and Hair. Give me 63 n Call. if JOHN II HIOOiNS, Stanford. FARM FOR A SAZjE- , NKAR STANFORD. Administrator of the estate of Chris. Hclioep-terdeccasecd, with the vtill aunexcl, I will on Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Wednesday, Sept. 26, 1888 At ao' clock, I' auction the M , On the prenniea, icll at publi MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17TH Every thing is new, FARM of ABOUT 102 ACRES At Little Klatl.ick, iiear Stanford Ky., on which Chnt. Schoenlcr lived at time cf his death. lo' E07 E PIECE OF OLD GOODS One-thir- d nt rg TO STOCKMEN. as-i-t- ed or SEVERANCE & SON. PDFo CTJT o THIS OTJT. NEW FURNITURE M(A;K STORE I 6t-l- lf i PUBLIC PERSONALTY. onlnni 60FF1M, BASKETS, ROBES., e n, mmm - ue sivjlit-soein- I one-thi- cji-- nl dj-i- d j t FDft Hook-Cas- eitir-ons-o- f to Js. far-awa- y 38-- WAT.T. PAPER and si-t- or COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. self-calle- MILL FOR SALE! 1 B. K. WEAREBro .A-Ih- ' o 1 to-da- NEW! NEW! NEW I jS-t- Asso-oiatio- PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY .. j es I ' new-good- s d FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE - PLEASE OBSERVE -- 1 to-da- y PIUBILICO SAILE, M'ROBERTSSTAGG a ficiljl AMTMaimfar d n o 1 WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. 1 1 l, 1 11 1 1 , j3-,- ., MMmmn fy Vl- -, sjBEb&JBBi "S H ill 1 V-t- V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Published Every Tuoedny and Friday $2 PICK sWVhen YJ12A U. IX AIJ VAJCCJ'J will not so pvid $2.60 le eharged.-TX- U DEMOCRATIC TICKET. GROYER CLEVELAND, Of New York. For Vice President, the Increased supply of foreign markets. Ily way of recompense for this reduction in bis wages, and the last of tho American market, it is suggested that the diminished wages of tho wnrkingman will have an undiminished purchasing power, and that bo will bo able to nuke up for the loss of the homo market by an onlnrgod foreign market. Our working-me- n have the sottlomont 6f th question in their own bunds. Tboy now obtain higher via oi and liro moro comfortably than They t'nwo of any otlo' country will make ohoice between tho substantial nil vantages they have In hand and the do captive promises and forecasts of thoso theor-i'n- g reformers. Tlioy will decide for themselves and for the country whether tho protective system shall be continued or rtblo result of Roods In our question of the political preference of the people of a territory should close ngninst them the hospitable door which has openel ' to Hut of the existing status. admission should be resolutely refuied to any territory, a majority of whose people oher- ish iiutltuUons that are repugnant to our two-thu-I Long-Standi- ng ' j Blood DisoasoB aro curod by tho porsovorinrjr uao of Ayor's IDIRTjrG-Q-IS- Ao Mo FHSNNY 9 T 5c J"E"W I ALLEN G. THURMAK, Of Ohio For Congress, james b. Mccreary, Of Madison ge.v mr.iusov. The folbwin? is tno ti.li text of Gen. 1 itter of wto pn.cn: Ilnr-riion- "In ther legislation exton.lliii the reform to other bruuchj of the rvitv, to uracil it Is "Closely cor.ro teil with the u ject o! oppllcible, would receive my approval. In tho Unit is that of the import it.on of r.ptioiutineiits to overy grade nnd d.nart- and not punv .ervice, auould foreign laliorois under contracu of service liient, llino-n, and and ' to p rformed here. The law now in force bo the fl'iollty and elllcieucy tho only ure teuare of ' prohibiting such contracts received mv cor clll-e- . LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. Only the Inlere-Cf th publui serdial support in the senate, and such amend v t s fro n ol'.i v. I vice siiuui u;get n-ments as may be found necessary efTctivsly to deliver our workingmen and women from know tho practical iliUie i.'I-- uttiin tut tUe THE LARG25T AN33 JKIEST tills must inequitable form of competition attempt to atp y the - it of tho civil rultM t ml itppoiutmsnt a.id removals. 1U have iy sincere advocacy. Legisln tion HOTEL VJ THE CITY. It will, sincere purpose, if measure rendered it unnecessary for nit to pro'iiL.ting tho importntion of laborjrs electeJ, hit'tetur, bi lu-invrvf.irm. to udvnic under contracts to s.m ve here, will, however, of co.uiiiutilcat-in-s use this letter m a "I noti'M with ptensuiu that the convention aifonl very inadequate lelL'f to our "nil:-in- s to the public my views on tho people, if the ytem of protective duties did noc omit t e irus its MilicitJ It for tlio RATES $2.50 TO 54 PHR DAY.ACCORO-- 1 " involved In the campaign. of our proiuoti.iu of virtue an is broken down. inc to rooms: "I appreciate very highly tho confMenca "If the proJuctH of American shops must jHjiple. Ti.e Hjou "liort'i piiy fits nlwavs ' and respect manifested by the convention, compete in tho America i market, without been frij.id;y w ekerytuiiu that lendnl to nnd accept tho nomination tilth n feeling of favoring duties, with the products of cheap maite the Iio.iij lit oi our p.-- ip.o fioj, n ire 'IL'RKISH A. RUSSIAN IIAUIS IN HOTEL s gratitude and a full son.') of the mu. aid wnl In thj future 1m foreign lnlwr, the effect will be different, and pr. which accompany it. It is it nutter if at all, only in degree, whether tho cheap true to its iniiry in tins reelect. "Our reUin us witu foioign couutiiei of congratulation that tlis i o larations of laborer is ocros the street, or over tho c:d and Sale Stable, the Chicago convention upon tho questions Huch competition will soou reduce wages should bo cin.tuoteri2.sl by friendliness ' ivcry, and of that now attract the i meruit of our people hero to tho level of those abroad, uud when nud re.sjxct. Tno rUut of our ore so clear and emphatic. Tnore is further that condition is reached we will not need our ships to hvtepituuie tivatineut s.iouid In v cause of congratulation in the fact that the hiiv laws forhiiblbip- - fhn imnorfjitfnn it lu. iuslste 1 upon w U.i an I llniino.i Our In nmteri.il iitrjnth convention utter inces of taa DinioTatio nation it too i.reat, borers under contract they will have no inrarty,lf In any decree uncertain or c iLt i or ducement to come, and the employer no in- - and ill moral power, to hi lu e l.i iilu-tt of timuriiusnevi. Viicillatlon can now be judje 1 an 1 intorprjl by to und for them. In the eorlior j to lie MistR-i'toexecutive acts and ineiei and by d jfiuite j ears of our history public agencies to pro--1 and iiic.iiisiiteiicy are as inco:upatille with l proposition' in legislation. This in espeiiiiMO.ii.tcy ni tiiey aro with the mote immigration were common. Tho a snoul.l especially culcially trus of what is popularly known as pioneer wanted a uelguoor witli moro National dignity tje tariff question. Ttie lue cannot now be friendly interests than the Indian. Labor tivate uud i xteud our tliplo.iutiu and cum W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. obscured. It is not a contest botweon vus scuce and fully employed. But the dny nierciul relations witn the Coutiul and South LONDON, K . schedules, but between wide apart princif the Immigration bureau has goito by. American istutes. O.ir ll.heries tbould be ples. Tho foreign competitors for our While our doors will continue opon to proper toatere.1 uud protected. Tue hard-bland Good turnouts and saddle horses alwa) t tor hire incid.-umarket have, with quick Instinct, seen how Immigration, we do not need to issue special risks that nro th of tho on reasonable terms is the most convenone issue of this contest may bring them Invitations to the inhabitants of other counbusiness Khoaid nor bo i:icreuoil ty an iuhov ient point on the railroad to reach places in the in the mountain section of the State io ndvtvntage, and our own people are not so tries to come to our shores or to share our pitable exciuito.i fnim tno rioar lying ports. dull as to miss or neglect the grave interests e tizer.ship. Indeed, the necessity of tome The of a firm, dignified nnd diplomacy are iiteloiibully equal to tint are involved fur them. i t pxvtiou an I limitation is obvious. We "Tl.o nsjiult upon our protective system suould resolutely refur-to permit foreign l,.- - jirompt and ie.icefulolution of the diffiis open and defiant. Protection is assailed governments to send their paupers and culties that now csUt. Our neighbors wid at, unconstitutional in law, or as vicious in criminals to our pons. Wo are nl-- o clearly buruly not exp ct In our ports a commercial inrn 1 n .1 1 ? a l, l c." ' .2 ljV&Pj?M rH(SLkI.S.JslA.n-9Jl.l.t principle, and those who hold such views under u duty to defend our civilization by hospitality tow de.iy 1 u in tueirs. iff filstTi ri JuG,iUklSi62.XlKMi (d) tCUISVIItt HCwAlBasri CKICAMltt sincerely, cannot stop short of an absolute including hhuii taces who-"I cannot extend ti.it le..er bynkpucial ultimate u.slm-ilatiorofeiuiio.i to ntucr subjei-t- i iiton whlcn the elimination from our tariff laws of the prill- with our people is ueituer twssible .cipieoi protection, lne anus ma to only a nor deahub.e. Tho famllv has Ixjen tho convention gate on epr-..iou- . Inieiect a "V?"Vr l1 sirl', I 7T I? Vii X M 2V1.Lj .step, but it to toward an object that the nucleus of our bet immigration and the to them, as well as to til o I have noticed, I leaders of Dfinocratic thought and legfshv home the most potent usslm..atn g fore. In um iu entire agreement with the declnra Leaving lloih tions of the convention. Ttieresolutious tion liave clearly In miiid, Tlio important i our civilizisM""i question is not so inurli the length of the to tho coinag", to the rebuilding of LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI "The objections to Ctine-- immigration step as the direction of it. Juljed by tho are ilutun iVo mi i conclusive, and urj noiv the navy, to cojst dtfeusoi nnd to public lauds, espresi couclusi nu to all of which I Dail), Secures lo travelers, executive n)eRa?ll of December last, by the so generally accepted as uca tint thequej Aillls bill, by tue debates iu controls ana by tion has pu.iiod entirely beyond the stae of ,;avo my supp it t iu the senate. Inviting a the S Louis platform, the Democratic argument. Tne laws relating to this sub- - j ralm and thoughtful consideration of thes THE MOST RAPID ROUTE jiarty will, If supjiorted by the country, juct, would if I should be etiarged with their public questions, we submit tlieui to the peoEver altcmntsd between the sreat commercial place the to rill laws upon a p'ircly revenue enforcement, be faithfully exicutod. Such ple. Their intelligent iiatriutism and the ( Kiser and Chicago, barns. This Is practical free trode free amendments or further legislation as may be good Providence that made and luu kept us cities on the Onionnd mnst comforl.ihlc and hence the fastest time trains be. trade In the Kngllsh sense. The legend upon necetsary and proper to prevent evasions of a nation will letd them to wise and safe con- twecn all points in ihe Smith, or t the West and clusions. Very your obedient .Northwest. The counterpart of this tram on all thebunuer may not ha 'Free Trado,' it mav theluvtsund to stop further Chinese immitrunk lines is denominated Ihe Limited r.apress. Be.vjami.v IIaiu(Mox." be tho more obscure motto, 'TnrifT Heform;' gration vvonld utao meet my approval. Tne, servant, 'ihe superb rolling stock we employ sites patrons but neither the banner nor the inscription is expres-io- n of tho convention upon this subUnlimited Comfort tttTAt all Coupon Ticket Offues in Ihe South conclusive, or indeed, very important. Tne ject is iu entire harmony with my vieug. you will find our time lahles mid tickets. Say assault itself is the Important fact. "Our civil comp-iois a government by ou want Ret Motion and stirk ta .Motion, it "Those who teach that the import duty majorities; nnl the law looi its sanction to save money and hat e a pleasant journev. E O. McCOKMICK, upon forelgu go U sold in our msrket is nud the in tgistrnto our reipect when tnis General I'astengcr Agent, Chicago. paid by the consumer, and that the prico of c mipaet is broken. Tue evil results of elec City T icket Ajjeius and Officers the domestic competing article is enhanced tion frauds do not exn-mthemselves unoii K, A IttcKNrs, 2ij ith Ave., Louisville, Ky to tho amount of tho duty on tho Imported the voters who aierooosdof their rightful i L.M.Tokkckce, ily Vine st , Cincinnati, Ohio article ttiat overy million of dollars col- - influenci iu puolio niriirs. Ths Individual, C ROYAL ?oS'.1 Jk W lected for customs duties represents many or community, or party tht practices or KS4'iuTJe.rs2 millions more which do not reach the treas- - connives ut election fra'uJs, has sufreied ir-- 1 in-- j ury, but aro paid by our ultizms as the reparable injury and will sooner or later cieascdcost of domestlo proiluctions result- - re ilize that to exchun-- e the American svs. ing from tho tariff laws may not intend to tern of majority rule for minority control is CHICKEN di.crcdit In the minds of ot lors our system of not only unlawful and utipatrlo.lc, but very levying duties on competing foreign pro- unafe for tho3o who promote It. ducts, but it Is clearly nlr.- - idy discredited In "The disfraucu Biment of a single le;al Cure ! their own. Wo cannot doubt, without im- elector liy fraud or intimidation is a crime pugning their integrity, that if free to act too grave to lie regarded lightly. The right tiooii their convictions they would so revise of every qualified elector to cant one free our laws as to lay tho burden of the customs ballot, ana to havo it honestly counted, revenue unoti artlelos that are no: produced must not be questioned. Every eonstltu-ithis country, un I to place upon the free tiotial power should bo used to mnko this ' right secure, uud to punish fruuds uikjii tlu list nil competing foreln products . . . . .. "I do not stop to refute this theory as to iinuot. uur colored . people ao not asK siw- effect of our tariff duties. Thoso who cial legislation iu their iutorot, but only to the fV Ft. advance it nre Rtudonts of maxims and not of bo made hocure in our common rights of tho mnrKets. Tney may le safely allowed American citizenship. Thy will, however, to call their project 'Tariff Ileform,' If the naturally distrust the sincerity of tho-people understood that in the end the arguparty leudurs wno appeal touir race for ment compels free trade in all competing support only in those localities nhere the Tills end may not be reached suffrage is free and election results doubtful, products. abruptly, and iu approach may be accomand compass their disfranchisement where panied with somo expressions of sympathy tboir votes would bo controlling and their Industrie) and our working choice cannot be coerced. for our protect! This powder never varies. A marvel ol purity people, but it will certainly come, if these "The nation not less than tho statos, Is strength and wlmlesomeness. More economical early steps do not urousa the people to effec- dependent for prosperity and security upon than thea ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in the multitude of tive resistance. The Republican party holds the intelligence and morality of the people. competition withphosphate powders. low test, short weight nlum or Sold only in that a productive tariff is constitutional, This common Interest very early suggested cans. Koyai. Making Powder Co., Thousands of dollars worth of lort Wall Street, New York. We do not offer National aid in tho establishment and wholesomo and necessary. chickens die every year from Chola fixed schedule, but a principle. We will endowment uf schools and colleges In tho era. It is more fatal to chickens than revise the schedule, modify rates, but always new state. There is, I believe, a present all other diseases combined. But the with an intelligent provision as to the effect exigency that calls for still more liberal and upon domostle. production and the wages of direct appropriations in aid of common discovery ol u reineay tnut positively DRUG STOKE, with good business, on easy cures our working peoplo. school education in the states. it has been made, and to be coneasy terms, Can show best cash business ol anv "Wo believe it to be one of the worthy ob"The territorial form of government is a Drutf Store in the country Cause of selling, iii vinced of its efficacy only requires a jects of tarilf legislation to preserve the temporary expedient, not a permanent civil health. Address LOCK HOX No 77, bottle is enough foi trial. A f Lancaster, Ky, American market for Ainet lean producers, condition. It is adapted to the exigency It is guarone hundred chickens. the American scale of wages, that suggested it, but becomes inadequate and to maintain by adequate discriminating dutios upon for- nnd even oppressive when applied to lixed s 23 jPsHfZwAe of anteed If, after using eign comietiiig products. Tbo effect of and populous communities. Several terri.1 bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly lower rates and larger importations upon the tories uro well able to bear the burden and satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken public revenun Is contingent and doubtful, discharge tho duties of free commonwealths SURGEON Cholera, return it to the undeisigned STANFORD, KV. but not to tlw effest upon American prodtia iu the A ii wr lean Union To exclu lo them is tlon and American wages. Lei-- work nnd to deny tne just rights of tneir people, and and your money will be refunded. Office, on Lancaster street, In room recently vaton er wages .nust be accepted us the iuevit- - may vie.ll excite their indignant pretest. No cated by Dr. V. It. 1'cnny. For sale by McRoberls .V StagZ. Stanford. , ' to-t- "Hon. M. M tee, CtC. "GkMXtMKK "When your committee visited mo on the Fourth of July list And presented the cfllcial announcement of my notnln ition for the prwsliloncy of the United States by the lit publican contention, I proniieil as .ooi us practicable to communicate to you a more formal acceptance of the Since that time the wor.f of nomination. receiving anil uddiowin-;- , a!mot daily, large delegations of my fellow cit.zim, has not only occupied nil of my time hue has in romo u is. Ksue a .d 0 IAJ.ATO Kept. 11, li rs, Co.a:nlt- - 18. "The fact of n treasury surplus the amount of which is variously stated, has public attentiou to a consideration if tho methods by which the National in come may beat be reduood to the level of a wie and iiecessiry expenditure. Ttiis condition has been soil d upon by tluwo who nro hostile to protective custom duties as an advantageous lyase of attack uixm our tariff lnwn. They hivb magnified and uured the Mir pi us, which they nlfoct to deprecnto, seemingly for the purpose of exaggerating tho evil in order to reconcile the people to thoextromo letnody they propose. A proper reduction of tho revenues does not necessitate, anil should not suggest tho abandonment or impairment of tho protective Tho methods suggested by our system. convention will not need to bo in ordor to effct the necessary reduction. We aro not likely to ba called upon, I think, to make a present choice between the surrender of the protective system and the entire repeal of the Internal taxes. Such a contingency, in view of the present relation of expenditures to revenue, is remote. The inspection and regulation of tue manufacture and sale of olsoinnrsarino U inqiortant, nnd tho revenue derived from it is not so great that the repeal of the law need outer into any plan of revenue reduction. "The surplus now iii the treasury should be ucd In the put chase of bonds. The law author!::: this umj of it, and if It is not needed fcr current or deficiency npproprla-t- i i'is, tho people and not tanks in which it has been deposited, shou 1 n ve the advauruge of its me bv stopping in'erat upon the pub lie debt. A least h we who nemUiAsly Hoard it should not be idlowed to ue the fear of a monetary stringencv, tuus plucel,to coerce puoliu son' mo it upon o aer q dir-icteoxh-uttte- "lv dm! vgiriust- 'iroeL Allap-- i t no its unicr it abtolu eiy Ii.t mil ik.rtivin cnusidrutio!u and in-- 1 fiuvii e. Some extensions of tho clarified list are prncticiiile ait i diiirable, und fur- civilitttion oi inconsistent with a republican fcrin of goveimnent, "Tho dcclaintlonof tho convention against 'All combinations of capital, organized lu trusUi or otherwise, to control arbitrarily the condition of trade among our qUIilmh' It In hannony with tho views entertained an i ' publicly expressed by me long before the naxeinbling of tho convention. Ordinarily, capital shares the lassos of idleness with . labor; but under tho operation of the trust, r In Koine of Its forms, the alotu suffers lovi, while idle cap'iul receives its dividends from a trust fund. who refuso to join the combination uro destroyed, and competition as an element of prices is ellmfnntud It cannot bo doubted that the leglilttivo authority should and will tlud a method of di.iling fairly nud elTej lively with llic-- o and otuer abjos connected with this subjroi "It can hardly lie necemry for mi to sir that I am heartily in svmpathv ultli thj do- claration of the couve'itlou upon the subject of pensions to our soidUrs a"d saiiors. Wnat tney gave and wnnt they sufidi ed I had soma uud, in a small opjiortmiity to measure, t osp 'rienco. Tt.cy gavo un-- 1 grudgingly; It was not a trade, but on ofTer- -' ing. The treasure was heapel up, running ovor. What they uchieved, only it dlstuut generation can adequately tell. Without at- -' tempting to discuss p.trtlcubr proiisitlons, I may add that meanures in behalf of the surviving veterans of tho wur and of the I families of tholr dv.d comrades should bo conceived and executed in a spirit of justice nud of the most grateful liberality, and that, in the comH-tltiofor civil np;ointmentfi, honorablo military service should have ap-- . propriate recognition. "Tho law regulating appointments fo tho j civil service received my support in the senate, in the belief that it ovued the way to a nmch-needreform 1 still think bo, nnd, therefore, cord in Ily approve the clear and forciblj oxpre-- s on of tneconvvn' tlon upon this ktibj-o- t. The law should have the aid of a friendly interpretation and be wage-worku' I ' j ' cla-siflsi Sarsaporillo. BI .BR, This medlclno Is an Alterative, nnd causes a ntdlcal chitngo In tho systom. Tho process, In some cases, may not ho qulto so rapid as in others ; but, with persistence, tho result Is cortitln. Itead these testimonials : "For two jenr.s I suffered from n severe puiti In my right side, nnd had other troubles iuuseil by n torpid liver nnd dysMps!a. After giving seveiul mi'dlclncs it fair trial without it euro, I Ix'giiu to take Ater's Kiusaniullla. I wits gTeatly lieiiullted by the lirnt lmttle, I was nnd nfter tuklng live bottles cured." John V. llenson, 70 l.iiwreiico tit., Lowell, Muss. hivst Mny n large cnrbuuilu hrnko out on nn :u in. The usuiil remedli-- hud no i fleet and I was coullued to my bed for I'lglit w eolH. A friend Induced inn to try Air'H bnisapariil.i. l.ens tluiii thruo lxittles htialetl the sore. In nil my experience with inodiciiie, I never saw more s DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &0. 1'hrsicUns prescriptions accurately compounded. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Ever brought to this market. l'rke lower than the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. paired on short notice and warranted. coin-iilete- ly falf poll Another mnrked cITect of tho use of this jiieillcluo wits the strengthening of my sUlit " Mrs. C'urrio Adams, Holly bjirings, Tomis. "I had n dry sr.tly htitnor for years, nnd suffered terribly ; and, n.s inv brother nnd sister were similarly tiflilctcd, I presume tho malady Is hereditary. Inst h Inter, Dr. Ttron, (of Fernnndliia, me to Uke Ayer'n Flu., ) Sarsapurilln, nnd rontinuo it for a car. For live montlis I took it dally. I lutvo not had n blemish uhjii mv IhmIv for tho lost threo months." T. K. W'iloy, lit) Chambers st., New York City. "Itst full nnd winter I m troubled with a dull, heavy pain in my side. I did not notice it much ut first, but It gradually grow worso until It bernmn almost unlienntblo. During the latter part of this time, disorders of the stomach nnd liver increased my troubles. I begnn Inking Ayer's Snrxiipnrilla, and, after faithfully continuing the use of this medicine for some mouths, the pain disappeared nud I was completely cured." Mrs. AugusU A. Furbush, Haverhill, Mans. Wonderful Results. Ho Co llMJPIUIIIYj MERCHANT TAILOR Is Recoiving His SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Goods Warranted and aPorfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial Mountain .Lands t I ICTMBEH 1TAKDI have purchased the lumber yards of Messrs ! Wesren anl I llruce and will open Wearcn llesidcs lumber In rough and dressed, I will carry winjuw sashes, dours and shingles, a Urge line of laths, ixxis and tae picket fenr fnrnerlt sold y Mr. Utaren. SO IIOCKl K ij lyr I i have 400 acres, more nr less, of Mountain, Cod I nd Timrwr I .atids that I will !! at a hsuain have a store routnto rent tors furniture and un driUlmg, lwrdure ur tinner's etablihment Thescaregoed for )dajs Korjurlher Informa-matKiW MKlCAl.r write to llaittourville, Ky j? a big yard al the one purchased of Mr (eorge turaJbj Ayer's Sarsaparilla, riiKrAur.i) nr Dr. J. C. Ayer St Co., Lowell, Matt. Trie (1 ; six bottle, $3. Worth $1 a bott! , EDWARD H. FOX. ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, l j W. METCSLr J sfc 1'A.M DANVlId.K, ICY. METOALr AHYS. IIA R HO U K V 1 HAYS, l"! N 1" Has moved to his elegant new building opposite the postolllce and is betler than ever jirepared to accommodate the public with fine putiires from photograph to tile sue. Satisfaction guaranteed. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. 1. V 1 . I ' THE GALT HOUSE, To the Farmers ofLincoln and ".njen'oi'iuteT Garrard Conuties- Tl,, tmtnr.l liitller rrr-f Mia hrnetTrrcVf-iiT'reTirimo'ut r.-ll- s Itsamiiiatioos of land lilies mole a specially Any slie tracts f limber, coal and miner! lrfnt for all If ' .Jn Will practice in ant iouit in Ka.tern 1. L M Vs Knilu' -- t ofnivanv wanlt tour C. A. BENEDICT & CO., 1 s u-- first seeing Ihr undersigned Suierintenlct jj at me .vim or 1 J KOS. Ml, Stanford Keller Mills Co Pres Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, si MlKl, K WrIU drilled t faciury pi we. ; HiLrrts 1 LOYD ! &c CO., nii,i.iAa -- cr.li-- r and I umps funilshi-.- ' at 11 .MsKINNK, KV. rei;un-l-Lilltie- p.-op- uu-iiitb-- lie-tor- y, ,-- For DruK-- , Medicine, the famous Syrup oi r'ln IK- OKAl and tnpet votir nrrscrlptlons promptly mid csir rectly idled at all h ours, unu to jrel Jour niapie Groceries, tine Clirars. Toilet Articles, Ac.giilo Co , McKinney I.ovd in J a. ROWLAND. K , will attend to our drug department; also attend to the wanu of the sick, night or day, In town or Have jut one tied a new slot k. of Men's and lbys country Clothing, Hats, Cam, IUhiis, hhocs. Drt (.idt, dealers in Al .Noilnn. ami famils l,rovries Coal Country produce uken in cschance fir gotxts at highest tnark't prue Corrte .tie lit COLLEGE all, and learn iht ajvaniajes in trade HX3CTOr& DKirxs General Mereliancli.se. c STANFORD FEMALE SI ANrORII, m J. 1 A No. succi-sjifu- 1 Washington Co. Farm For Sale. n.ile-fro- M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDENT. Kightccnth j ear begins on pi ' nec.--.sir- y Monday, September 3, '88 Th' rough Carefutty selected cirps of tcacers insiruclion Good discipline ltr melhuds 44 Send fur circular The Farm contains I$ A. res, n.iiatxl . n Ihe Springfield and I'crrttille pike, the former and 3 miles fr in I it Surrounded g.Mxl n.uhb-ir.- , br sihuots am! ihurlr. and is adapted tu all the fatiirilr rilin and grasses grow n 111 Ksiituil) Has gu.id h.nise, barn and other outbuildings I'tent) of 'asling water and ins high state of cultivation lor further particulars, , I'oWl I L. Ilui-iiiile- , I Ky address con-lsttt- e Lebanon 1071. I'laniny; Mill, H 1008. 1 1 e n .f . CRABORCHARDSPRINGS Crab Oreliard, Ky. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. tssassBQsBBsssfll (ssUsBBBWIVK9'FiBlf9SBBLBBBBBj -- c- J-- ! i -- Kltie llrass and Siring Hand ill Attendance from July st to September isl Rates greatly reduced, tl per day and $io per week and upward ' A Ofrt Du rs, M 1 I.l'r I pr.ei r n C '- I RHINOS', KV ,la--- 34 I IIO.MASNKWMA.V, Manager; JAS C KINO, ItesidcntSupt , I) II hD.MI.STUX, Clerk mi es, Mir , Sewels, era .43, re balusters, r nts, shelving, C Si 'ing, g Shuglea laths, timers, In Rough an I)rcsi I, .in er Sendf r prires nef re tiuyuige'sewh-r- e titles 1 Sah, I. m i,l-ets i ( rcsp-ctful- lv, MILLERSBURG r ami iiii .Mo-no- FEMALE Where J our daughters LITERATURE, Address COLLEGE! School be- THAT FIGHT ! A Modern Progressive ill,!e Unuht how to come true women, as well as ilnruughly instruct- w SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. C. P. Simmons, St. Louis, Prop'r f. A. Simmons I.lvcr Medicine, Hst'd nsrsATs J. li?; ',?, ,hf. II. cilln. 1'ron'r A. O. Slm.m,n. t li. cr Hegulator, Est'd by Zellln livs. a, u. .si, nas lor ai vrsrs cured iNmotsTlo.v. IIiLioiiaM. .IYsrsrstA.Sir-- lliimrn. Tho Original Wins. .t. 1 -. AHTEE'i Cholera j ItKV C l'OI'K, President, or MRS S C TRUEI1KAUT, Lady Principal Mlllertburg, Ky . & CHEW n TOBACCONET. R. S. MAHTIN. Church, Adams. Tenn., writes:"! minis 1 mould liave been dead but lor your Genuine M. A. Sim. mons Liver Medicine. I hate sometimes had to substitute "Zellln's stuff for your .Medl cine, but it don't answer tlia CflU7 purpose." ll J1.' Gravesj.Edltor 7 laPfu U.J' Memphis, Tenn. savi: '"', f.rc.V Tcua PehK o yourLlttr Medicine, and have used half of 1L It works like a charm, I want no better Liver Iteirulilni- and r. tainly no more olZellm's mixture ArrsriTs, Sour Stomach.' Etc Iter. T II. Iteams, I'sslorM. K. tnJ - HHVvtA IIrooiirad, Kv Mav, JNO M. FSSKINS 1S87. I e t- -i POWDER FOB. SAX.E. Albright A Martin beg ta Inform their manj friends aud customers of the change in firm name Absolutely Pure. MARTIN & PERKINS, ifl si Iv' The new firm hopes not only to sustain the reputation of the old, but intends to make many improvements in the manufacture of tobacco which will be to the interest of our customers. We will devote special attention to our Natural Leal brands of Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking you foruast favors and asking for a continuation 01 Respectful! your trade, we remain, KINS. MARTIN &T Sm 1 -- COMPANY t MYUMS MOTJEiL, STANFORD, KY., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. Hotel still maintains This old and its high reputation, and Its Proprietor Is determin. ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to hit Ouests. Haggage conveyed to and from depot free of charge' Special accommodations to Commercial Travelers. welt-kno- CREAM j i m t M 50-cen- ts jL two-third- DENTIST, HM I t i LEXINGTOff.KY. j&!r& HI N I lMfSSJ -- a-