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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888092101 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. KOI) 1S-UV- Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. d888. ' NO. 64 Iiiih illstiiuucil tlio ll.'ot of foot. Tlio roa- Wolforil and Finley at Jamestown. HUSTON VILLE. sou for this is wort!. i .sunn-li- . I am uro H Col. Dick Wnrrvn h back from (l Tho fiOIia,t,iKclho Unit It U not in the .lefen, ive HtreiiKth of , where he .leliverc! , trl, of about 10 lm of mil iuniizlll:lv. Col. liW'Woll a main position, that hii minute in the forenoon of county court A MmM linntity of noW com WIU I'HAWIB U'JJJC liOltD. uiuwailuhlhty Id. In repelling nttnuk (ldivt.rC(, vl,HtL,nI ay llt to, $uo pcr barrd. day, devoting his short time mainly .lis- onhUhyHteiiiJiuiHiiHweiikiiH NuiiHon,) Kinley, u ho was ,.:l(. Kennedy vUitri Stanford this the tnriirisMie. ! .. .1 I.. IjKTTKU FROM OK0KOK0. liARXKS ol. ...... ..f 1. 1.. !..!. for he is a pionseii tiiat .Mr. Warren slioul.l "come i. ..i i... i. ii.i .....i.j .i.. i!.... .i. iiuii'iiuiiik ii morning. Treat him kindly, ,rom llu mue-gras- s wmi iiu limning wunn to bushwhack him, promising vouth say it with courtesy, but I think ho Dayton, Ky., Skit. 18. '88. Smith Powell sold his Washington and tell the mountaineers how they shall 1)i:aii iNTKiiiHii: Tlio Indepcndeiuo knows in his heart of heart that his own county farm of IS") acres to 'Squire lira-d- vote," had Capt. Phelps to follow Mr. Warren, tho' that gentleman attempted inoetiiiK clotK'd in olomls and tlurkiiww, substitute for Christianity is his weakest of that county, at $10.50. which we accepted as a "complimentary point. His amazing forte Is in attack. is tho no answer to Mr. Warren, but directed i Steele's last reported extension benetlt," from the "prince of the power No predecessor in the dialectics of scep- purchase of Col. Weatherford's resi- his remarks principally to the Tate do-- 1 of the air," and "ruler of the dnrknww of ticism lias touched him in acute percep- dence on Danville street. Price nbout falcation, saying that he was not prepared to speak on tho tarilT question. lie- -, this iiko." The Independence "love-fenH- tion of the assailable points of Christian- $1,1.00. ity; and no one has stormed the carefulwiw not to liis liking and he flowGivens Kennedy, our popular young sides he preferred to leave that for Fin- ed it in thin little piece of parting uplto. ly constructed outworks of theology nnd railroader, has been confined to bed at ley to discuss. At noon Col. Wolfonl took the stand It failed, however; for the dear people demonstrated their indefensibility so Ills father's for some ten days with mabraved the element and faced the black completely as he. is reported slightly bet- and for an hour nnd a half poured hot larial fever. He And lot me add that his assaults are shot into Finley. He said that Fin ley nik'tit, lllllng the pretty church comfortter this morning, but still very sick. delivered, not with tli blind courage of ably. Have received letters from Mrs. Lu- had accused him of selling tho garden We came over to our now preaching-plac- e one who rushes with eipial assurance of cy H. Hays announcing her safe arrival seed the government furnishes Congressby 'bin from Independence to Cov- success against a Malakoll' or Itedan, as at her home in Kansas. Misses Lillie men for their constituents and had apington; from there to D.iyton by street against some insignificant eai th work; Dunn and Annie Helm aro making a liv- propriated the stamps sent by corresponcar, or "tram," iw we learned to call it in but he chooses his ground with n vete- ing visit to Louisville. Miss M. K. Weatli-erfor- d dents who wished answers, and that if the land of Kphrnim. Hro. Lay, who ran's skill, and only makes n feint at an (Judo) is quite sick at tlio Car- he repeated it lie was a "liar, an infamimpregnable post, while his reserves penter Hotel too ill to be taken home. ous scoundrel and a coward." Ho show"got up" the D.iyton meeting alone came over to I. to show tin the way to "rush" the point where ho knows hecan School trustees aro required by law ed up Finley's unique proposition for For example, his attacks upon to keep record of all 1i!h "pink cottage," where wo arc now get In. a their ollicinl acts. the government to establish a bar-rootlio New Tentmncrit are far less pronounhappily and generounly entertained, the The board books have arrived and can or two in each county, at which a man whole "Troupe" once more together. ced than agiiiust the Old; and he seems, bo procured at any time at Hustonvillo could get no more than three drinks a We have a holy horror of being depura- instinctively, to shrink from assailing or at the October court in Stanford. At day and none if ho was n drunkard, and ted, even when there in a "needs be" for the tcitchiui; of Christ: even though he tend to this. Tie law requiring you to said that Finley had acknowledged tho charge at some other appointment, but I ImtmrMtivi it. At Covington on Saturday the bulk can easily prove Him from the "letter" iirnv'lftf. vmtrsjili'ita . Jar-o- f claimed that lie was drunk when he pro-- 1 of the party went at once to Cincinnati, ofSTipturetobethe apparent Author j hVo Just lwinie.1 that Mark ' the orthodox dogma of eternal pun-- 1 ,,,. while lint. Ijiv and I came to Dayton to -...... ...... l)lWi nf. mir rft- - posed it. The old man said but little -- his especial I'lt tiuir. ie well ishineiit reabout the tnrili", most of his speech being mid bundles, depoiit ored citizens, died Monday night after a joining them at the Cillwon I!ouc by 10 knows they both stand or fall together, brief illness. Ho was a man of peculiar directed against Finley, his record in o'clock. There, joined by our kind and ami he scouts to feel this, nervously, by character, and with cultivation would Congress, etc. from Now Testament Finley in his response was very bitter Mleadfiwt friend, Frank Savage, wo till getting nway have figured with the ino-r- t prominent of where hcfliad a ground, and the Sermon on the Mount, his nice. Many will feel sad over Mark's against Wolford, whom he claimed was went to the Centennial, congenial "M of Mosset up by the democrats, not with a hope inoct enjoyable day; getting to D.iyton to the more sudden call. es," where lie can have things pretty of election, but to harass him as much as about 0 v. m., fagged but happy. possible. He then launched forth into LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. What we nav there and what we beard much his own way. For he can here abuse of Cleveland and alaudaiion of the It is revel in an opulence of damaging facts, I hball not attempt to describe. Born, to the wife of J. T. Drown on protective tariff, which subject he hanespecially utter the that tell, at every turn, against the Jequite "fairy-land,- " boy. Wednesday morning, an hovah of the Old Testament; while he dled with his usual recklessness as to night illumination shed its many-tinte- d Judge W. S. Drown is having the facts "tights shy" of the "(iod and Father of! and figures. At the conclusion of radiance over the whole. foundation put down for a handsome his speech nil the republicans left our LOUD Jesus Christ." the Our HTVicos are held in the llalke Op-eresidence on north Main, to be pushed court-rooIn hi- - Continued ) refusing to hear Wolford's House, tit Hellevue, at a point Interrapidly to completion. rejoinder. Democrats who were present mediate between Newport and Dayton, JUNCTION CITY. Our worthy Herman shoemnker, Mr. tell us that this was tlio arrangement, catching auditors from loth places. It As the accommodation train arrived Hauser, lias removed lussliop Irom lorm- - and that the applause that Finley re- -' was well selected; is a beautiful nwiu, htoriJ to t,,e l Co-'from Cincinnati yesterday, blood could '" I''" 0Vt'r i: reived was by chequers, who frequently into which six or seven hundred can be be seen on the cow catcher. On enquiry "plendid rooms on corner Main and Sub-i- t cheered at the wrong time and place. tilled from the crow ded; and has been was that she had sent a Hinity streets, up stairs, Well posted democrats think that Col. first, and Sunday evening it was packed. -- Work on tho new three-stor- y brick man into eternity at Williamstown. He Wolford will come to Pulaski with O An earnest, rcsoetful hearing is all we was trying to cross the track, when he of Faris A Co. has begun in earnest and majority, leaving that county and Whit can a;k, and that we certainly have had. before the robins net again a magnififell, with the feaiful result stated. ney to overcome n u finley is eiecteu. A large proiwrtion of the congregation Mr. L. M. Iteid was with the fair cent structure will adorn the quandom Mr. Warren thinks that the democracy cohsInM of tlioe who are "teacher of Miss- site of "Puzzard Koost," corner Main is in good fighting trim in Hussell, and others," of which I am glad. Tims far maidens at Hustonvillo this week. es Pattie and Annie Trihble have re- and Manchester streets. that if tho Central Committee will do its our audiences seem most favorably imJ. A. Craft has so far recovered from duty in the district Wolford is sure of Harrods-burpressed, for which "l'raiso the I.OKD!" turned to Daughters College, Mrs. W. II. Cox anil children, of his recent sjell of typhoid fever as to be ' election. Kver since the dear Master gave us Covington, are spending a few days with able to take a trip to ILirliourviltc this this gospel in charge He has preserved the Ciintain. our wide-awak- e J,ICK V. HUFFMAN, agent. Mr.'woeK. .Mr. ami .Mrs. .ioun i. naicner. us from the cringing attitude of depreca- A. S. Trihble returned to Hopkinsvillo '! little Miss Mary took in the sights at SURGEON DENTIST, - - mntpckt. tion; as If we needed to apologize for an v.....t.... ..ri..,. vt otinesuay. uir- - , -staskd, . ....v. ..-.- . v. ........v, v.vin.i.k ...t i... Trii.i.i.. Louisvi eluostlav anil unpopular doctrine; but has given us House several months. Mr. C. W. Han- - Ctlit Court Clerk HrOWIl Was ill Louis- - Office omh lde Main, two Joort above Dcpoi St, l'ill'l pmyeil for and ''boldnctts," "Hi'li n. nacKiiey na, after making many friends in June- - vine during the week. asked others to help him to, by their tii.n r'ltv IniM ri.tnm...! t liU nl.l limni. left for Louisville and Cincinnati Tues- of prayers, to strike right at the tap-roI"' night to purchase the fall and win- iu Mavsville. I am For The the matter in hand and fling out "a banei... ' c i ...in .....n i Iter stock of uoods for the house of J. & ner on the outer wall." COAL, for wrecks'." Monday morning as tlie'fastl"H. Hackney. Mr. and Mrs. Jniues The scandal of Christendom is ourplea fr..i,.i. Va ivj ,,,ia ,i,,i..,,.i,!n,. Win. Dees are in i.ouisviue. .iiuigo jorom ,) hands in my yen). Anil will I lip it coiKUntly for a "new departure," which yet is not ilom Station at full speed, the engineer is home again. Judge It. P. Y lute, of m Stanford new, but a return to tho true theology of observed that the switch board had been Manchester, was in the city Wednesday. Also Lime, Sand and Half. Apostles and I'ropltets, and the open left open. Ouickas thought, he reversed A man named I.irkin Dyrd, a miner Give mo n Call JOHN II HIGH INS, and manifest failure of tho"Hig Five" to his engine and whistled for brakes, but at Hast llernstadt, was shot and instantStanforJ. f "hold the foit" against one unseconded it wits too late and down into the ditch ly killed near that place last Sunday afassailant is tho text from which "a more the engine and S cars went, complete- ternoon by an Italian boy named Milis. excellent way" is pointed out. That ly wrecking them all. The cnginocrand Hynl, having become incensed against way, no christian ought to object to, for fireman were both badly wounded, but Milis from some cause, having previous- it is simply the insistauce on the princi- no one was killed. After a delay of i.. l.,..,.tl.,.,l tlir.mi.1 ..fc o. tlu lmv I I have.,luirclia.cJ the lumber vardt of .,Meisri ., H..V...U .Kriinit ...V .,..,, '.' ple that our dear I.OItl) Jesus is the full trains of only about S hours, the track SOUgllt llilll OUt lit Ills boarding llOUSO a Lip yard at the one purchased of Mr Wearen. I will carry lleide lumber in rough anil . nml true manifestation of CJod, and that was again clear. while tho latter was ,iargeimeor window taihe.,drctted, and hinKles, and tired at door. - laths. pot and the picket fence formerly jold by thu eye is never to bo taken from HIM, The false teeth man came icariiigand lliakillgno hostiledemonstrtltions; where- Mr. Wearen. r S ( MOCKhK ., , , n moment, in learning anything of the charging oil' the train from Somerset yes- upon voting .miiis armed niuiseii wun a holy character of our Heavenly Father. terday and rushing up to n gentleman of shot gun nnd advancing on his antago This is where religious teachers have so this place, whom he thought was the nist, empted the contents of tho gun incommonly failed. They have Interpret- Junction City correspondent, was about to his abdomen. These are the post TEE QEMTS' FURNISHER, ed Scripture, not in tlio white light of to call for blood, but on being informed inquisitorial facts, the examining trial 513 4th St., Louisville. Jesus' dear Life anil Death, but accord-in- g that he had tackled tho wrong torn cat, before Police Judge Baker not having to the "killing letter" of tho Word. and could be accommodated with all the been completed at this writing. Thefahionofthe day In the Gents' Furniih. ing line will always be found in my itore. I am This is death to "tlio Spirit," as l'aul fuss and feathers desiied, he speedily Mrs. Zerelda G. Wallace, relict of tells us plainly. And this alone has giv- changed his mind about wanting to Wallace, of Indiana, and moth- agent tor the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the lngersoll his opportunity, in clos-iu- g tight, nnd "changing cars for Stanford," er of Gen. Low Wallace, or more proper- best Laundry in the world. en Col. in deadly strife with tlio accepted ho left our city feeling his oats, or spirit- ly speaking, mother of "Ben Hur," dechampions of Christianity. uous fruiuenti to a degree apparently livered a powerful lecture at tho MethoDRUG STORE, with Rood hiutness, on easy I trust 1 shall not bo misunderstood, quite comfortable and still in possession dist church in this cityTuesday evening. Can show best cash bu.iness ol anv easy prohibition and woman's Drueterms. in the country Came of selling, ill referring again and again to what has of his teeth. in Store Ho subject was LOCK 1IOX No 77, Address become so shamefully notorious; for sutl'rago and tho gifted woman brought health. Lancaster, Ky. f Paso del N'orto is raised to tho rank out facts in an entirely new light to mathere are thousands who will lazily drift IDiRCrQ-Q-IS- T Sc down stream, unless conscience can bo of city and tho name is changed from ny present, and all were pleased with of Juarez, afthoroughly aroused to the disgrace of Paso del Noito to tho City nnd withal plensing presentaher able these patent facts. To "go with tho ter tlio Patriot President. tion of her subject. She denied that the DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, GEO. A. The body of Maxwell, the St. Lmiis prohibitionists had pushed tho tempermultitude" is so easy, even when tho murderer, is to bo buried at sea. Tlio ance question into politics and asserted majority is utterly wrong. FANCY ARTICLES, &0. Tlio latest Theological "mill" must family desire that there shall be no spot that tho whisky men themselves had Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. 40 & 41 Ilroadway and 51 New Street, have reached its close. Ilenlly, there is on earth to remind them of tho fate of done so, by passing resolutions declaring NEW YORK CITY. candidates say on either side, as the par- their wayward boy. no more to that thoy would support tho ties to the conflict aro now arrayed. of no party who were not pledged to the Syrup of Figi I am loth to acknowledge it, for my tratlic, and tho temperance people Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions and THE LARGEIT. STOCK OF WATCHES, own truo laxative. It is the liquor Petroleum. sympathies and longings for victory aro Ii Ntture'i had nothing left them to do but to take takon, and tho mot eUtttlvol CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. light for God and llOUGHT.SOLDi CARHIED ON MARGIN side of Christianity, but I must moit easily and nil on tho to Cleanso tho Systom up tho gauntlet 61 ly Ever brought to this market. un tno quesfor explanatory pamphlet. Prices lower than say tho "Agnostic" has tho best of tho remedy known Costive ; to dispol Head-achI'. Native Home and or the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Re. light thus far. Though, to bo sure, five whon Bilious tion of woman's sutTrage, among other THE FLORENCE Colds, and Foyers; to Cure Habitpaired on short notice and warranted. to ono uru heavy odds. And heroin Ho things, sho protested thut if some patriual Constipation, Indigestion, Files, etc. should address us on the mystery nnd the shame of it. That tho otic Irishman Manufactured only by tho California Fig with tho best Bido to defend and outsubject of Homo Rule for Ireland our San Francisco, Cal. sell the Florence I have bought numbering tlio wrong ho greatly, victory Syrup Company, hearts would go out to the cause earnest- Washing Machine the right to prepared to furnish and am now For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. nnd she appealed to tho all who may wish to save meir domes irom ine yet porch upon tho banner of ershould ly nnd speedily, -- . r rubbinjand tearing Incident to the old process of ror, in such a decided way. Surely tho gallant men of the United States to give washing. Take one andtry it and be convinced. Cry for It, The Babies about buying unless you are ful not worry conviction comes to every thoughtful tho woman at lest a partnership in tlio I'llsatisneu as youlis menu. 10 must bo heavily hand!-caniie- And the old folks laugh when they find Homo Rule of this fair land. Politics ly The undenmned have nurchased the Florence man that Truth a thorough trial, we to be so far behind. Instead of that tho pleasant California liquid fruit sho said would not degrade tho women Washing machine and after testimony to its worth, take pleasure in adding our remedy, Syrup of Figs, is more easily pronounce 11 a "ono chasing n thousand and two put but would elevate them. Tho address anu wunout ncsiiauon all that Is claimed iusn in for it: wrrvtiariicular. Join? la Receiving His .1.,.. I.... il.Aiwimil to flleht." nstho Serin- - taken and moro beneficial in its action throughout was striking nnd learned, Win, Uaugherty, J. W. Wallace, Dr. llourne, medicines. It A. U. Sine, Hill l'crklns, their champions; wo find (than bitter, nausoous the doc- Mrs.S. 1'. Salter,Lynn, L. L. Dawson, C. Vaaoy, tures promise and although I can not endorse Dudderar, J. E, I , tho Liver, Kidnoys, Stomach, I'eak, George I'eyton, flvo fleeing, discomfited, before one, nnd itrengthens trines advanced, I should bo glad to give Mrs. AmandaFields, Albert Camden, SimAlex Raines, R. C. C. d Bowels, while it arouse, them to a n full synopsis of tho speech, believing E. Harrow, A. M. Kcland and many others. that ono in tho wrong. M.F.ELKIN. it would bo of interest to your readers, "Weakness has overborne what, ought j hcnlthy activity, Headquarters at S, S. Myers' store. Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, but both timo nnd spneo forbid. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. been power; nnd tlio sluggard lmvo E IU ,,,,, ,0 wJ7or llnm, ' 1 y, SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT I!I t" TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN I have learned that there are rumors out that I don't intend to leave and sell out, but only advertise as a scheme to sell, more goods. While the latter is true so far as selling is concerned, the former is not so. I say emphatically here again that unless something unavoidable should happen, I m ,,, ,,, 1 hnml-witchol- x 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, price or profit. Cash I must have no matter what my loss may be. Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, all share the same fate, nothing reserved. If this is no chance To Buy Goods for -- IV-'O- g. ..1...-M,,.- . a More Song, nee-cessary. NEW COA.L TAHD. A)-et-it ' then there is no other argument SUPERIOR LILY Please be on hand as early in the morning as possible to avoid the rush 6j-t- I'll-H'V- IUMBEK 7AH33I SPECIAL CUT IN OVERCOATS AND LADIES' CLOAKS. ,..,...,, .. ,J WOOD WALLACE, i. t ... I Fifty cents on the Dollar will buy them and some will be offered at 33 cents on the Dollar, 1-- 3 Opp. Myers House, Stanford. FOBSALE. 58-t- A0 Mo SFECTDXATIOIT. PENNY, CTE'WiEJIjIEIR,. ROMER, BANKER AND BROKER nd. end e, WASHING MACHINE Ho BUPUEYc, d, M ERCH AN FALL AND t TAI LOR Give him a Holti-claw- WINTER GOODS.. Trial .. to '.A . Wfr -- ! OfwummKinSttm!itSuSt't'Am in lift yrw. HUiuUll! W , .M ' i. miM judkktimn r.3Sr VTfvT ... mkWS95&mimuttnU. "rVSVrr wrvjr' TT" - ., .,,, I . j 5 V T "I- -" -"-J "in-- , J" ' t-" - v . w r . ... -- ow ....... Thomas Johnson, who came homo sick from Rowland about ten days ago, Lloyd Mallard's residence at Lebanon died at his father's homo' last Tnesdny. burned; los,s $2,500. . His remains were buried in tho Tho Knights of Pythias are holding ter cemetery the following day. Com Stanfop.d.Ky., Peitemiiei: 21, 1888 their annual meeting in Ixniisvllle. pany G. Ky. State Guards, of which he A fellow named Uowenkilleda fathwas a worthy member, attended in a er and two sons named Kstes, in Powell body. He was an excellent young man. county. There is a report from Paint Lick to There are 15 local murderers in tho the effect TiiEoDonta II.vi.lam, Covington's jiront that Win. Best, desirous of furLouisville jail, besides others sent there unenSemi-Week- ly Interior Journal NEWS CONDENSED. W. P. WALTON. tion raid "that Jolin G.'s littlo bands! 1). N. Vance, tho cashier of the Car- hail been stained with walnuts in the flth rollton National Hank, is a defaulter to district, but never stained its Congresthe amount of $4,500. sional representation; that his bare feet Speaker Carlisle thinks that demohad often cot stuck in the clay mud of crats in Congress will favor adjournthe Gth district, but that in official life ment about October 5. they had always trod the road of rightThe total number of cases of yellow eousness." This was a neat wy of defever at Jacksonville now runs up to scribing the most honest and incorrupt',',m and the total deaths to 170. ible, as he is one of the greatest, if not Judge Crawford, of Sbolby, refused the very greatest statesman of his day. to grant a liquor licenso in a case in No taint of official dishonesty has ever which 03 protested against it and IK) faclung to his garments and his course has vored it. been such that even his enemies are -- Itcv. Dr. Travelli, of Sewickley, Pa., forced to admire and respect him. His who introduced the kindergarten system speeches at Covington Tuesday and at of education in America, died at PittsJErlanger Wednesday are master pieces burg. of facts and argument against more taxDilger, the demon who murdered es being levied upon the people than is two Louisville policemen, has been innecessary to meet the expenses of the dicted for tho crime and his trial set for government rightly and economically next week. administered. Mr. Carlisle makes no .Jim Breathitt lias decided nol to pretention o eloquent oratory, but no monkey with Cant. Willis in the I'd disone can hear him deliver a speech or trict, and therefore declines to accept tho read one of them without being impress- republican nomination for Congress. ed that a great man is expressing the James M. Rash, has been nominat honest convictions of an honest heart. ed for Congress on the prohibition ticket We shall take occasion to publish liberCongressional district to take al extracts from his last two speeches, if in the 10th off as many votes as possible from Judgu we do not give one or both entire. Day. ,',.i;!IIr' They will have to cut and come again Nooe also says Nooe to the prohibition ists who want to run him for Congress. He is the third man to be nominated by party and the third to dethe correspondent A Courier-Journcline. from Harrodsburg says: "The prohibi tion party is in n sad plight in .this dis-- j tnct, and is on the hunt for some one to carry its colors through the coining canvass. It is thought their next move will be to thrust that empty honor on Mr. D. J. Curry, whose experience in the Legislature last session as the standard-beare- r will not.warrant him in seeking further favors of such a nature." Lateh. It is reported that Nooe has decided to withdraw his letter of declin- ation and will accept the nomi nation for Congress tendered him by the alleged convention held here. al Charles A. Pillsbury & Co., of Minneapolis, tho largest milling firm in the world, have just divided $40,000 among g their employes in pursuance of a years ago. plan adopted four At Jellico Monday night Thomas Bruce, deputy town marshal, was assaul- ted by two negro men, one of whom stab bed him twice in the back, inflicting wounds from which it is feared he will profit-sharin- die. In his speech at Covington Speaker Carlislo said, "I look forward, gentle"-ineto the ides of November, for the achievement of one of the grandest democratic victories ever witnessed in this n, trouble is there is not enough room to house it. The rains did not damage it, and unless an early frost comes the eiop will be immense. J. S'oulo Smith, Grand Master of Ma- sons in Kentucky, issued an addrets yes terday, urging that collections be taken Up in" each lodge under this jurisdiction and from each brother in the State, for the benefit of the Jacksonville sullerers, rr The ofhcitd returns from .Maine are in the amount to be sent to John II. re-- 1 . . at last and t hov show ers ouisville publicans increased their vote of 1SS-.. of Meret,rcoln. but OT. the democrats piicd2,(M. lhe tv. coul(ln-- t bear thu difS);raL.e 0f bring- republican plurality ,s 2,.J2 less than in j,' forth an inoitimate . babe, bo she 1SW. Tins shows a per centage of dem-- , nn Wlllt nil per cent, and is She k,ft ,ett(jr my. ocratic gain of Umt her und equal to lie tidal wave when applied to Fnmk Cimuini:h Wll8 h,r btHluctf UlUSU (3UUVU. "U lllUgUB UU31 IIU 11111111 who accomplished it by promising to last. The republicans have had theirs. get a divorce from her aunt and marry The cachinifation N now entirely with her. the democrats. ; j SrEAKcn Cahlislg was tendered grand ovation at Cincinnati and Covington on his arrival there Monday. Thousands of democrats were in line and escorted him to the latter city, which was in a blaze of gorgeous enthusiasm. The next day he was renominated by acclamation for another term in Congress, which he accepted in a splendid speech. The democrats say the lesson of two years ago has taught them to bo always prepared for any emergency and that hereafter the Thobo business will no- be repeated. country." At Livermore. Ky Charles Hall, a young Methodist minister, was arraigned by the church on complaint of pretty Miss May, who charged him witli forcibly kissing her. Tho sensible old deaa cons promptly acquitted the alleged kisser. A dispatch from Mason county says ther einbelishing his already very viable record, began tantalizing young John Campbell, and finally assaulted him by slapping his face. Campbell resented this by casting a stone, and now William carries his arm in a sling. Miss Lucy Arnold, who has been visiting in Kansas Hince last March, returned homo Monday. Miss Allle Ycls- er, of Danville, entered Garrard College this week. Mrs. Mary Kstill and daughSince August ll Jockey Rimes has ter, Miss Estill Timberlake, of .Summit, races, valued close to Miss., aro visitiug at Capt. Elkin's. Miss won upwards of Lizzie Sweeney has returned from nn ex- $100,000. No jockey in the country has ever made a record approaching this. tended visit to Louisville. In Kan Bernardino county, Cal., The opening of Garrard College has Indians burned n young squaw at proved very gratifying in every respect to both teachers and patrons. Tho at- the stake on tho charges that she practendance, remarkable at tho opening, ticed witchcraft. Many of the tribe had is increasini: daily and now numbers died from n typhoid epidemic. 1 15. The faculty in this institution is Mad dogs are a terror to everyb ody not surpassed anywhere. They are firm So was tho chicken cholera until s and gentle, and have tho ability and magic cholera cure wua introduced readiness to thoroughly instruct. ' no Mc- J. B. Brewer, W. O. and C. W. here. SoldStaL'g. cure, no pay" by Roln-rtit Sweeney and R. II. Batson have returned from the cities, where they bought I immense stocks of goods for tho fall and winter trade. George Smith, of BirmingI have opened a Ilnck Yaril and now hac 18 oco v. ill take contract! to ham, is here for a few days. W. B. bnck ready fur le, or build them In uallt I keep my frenh meat now Moss, of Piueville, who recently purchas- in Van Arilale" ce'lar and can furnish Shat, lltcf V K KAMS.KV ed a fine farm near town, moved in with and Mutton nt all timet his family this week. Mr. Moss is a thoroughgoing, enterprising man, and NEW BUTCHER SHOP. we give him and his a hearty welcome. I have opened a butcher uliop at Kowtand in linux and Can nnv human heart refuse to res the rVrrill Sturv all kinili n am prepared In furnith tho pub ic with nuau, full and A heretofore lull continpond to the mournful appeals that day in their k'lwn, ue runnine my agon de'ivrritii; meat to my cut. by day are wrung from tho fainting tomert in Stanford and vicinity M K. i:t.KI.V. hearts of our distressed brethren in the South? Surely all that is needed is for S. O. DAVIS, the people to give the subject proper suffering ami PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, consideration. Sickness, sorrow fill tho atmosphere, and almost MY. VJ3UXOX,JvV. hourly death is disponing tho homes of Jacksonville; the wealthy and strong Office neit door to Whitehead' Drug Store. may fiy to safety, but the poor and help- Special attention Riven to dicatct of children less must remain; and to them starvation is not far off. Garrard's jeople are us respond noble and generous. f promptly. A contribution Imjx can be found at Miller's Hotel, and either of I ill deliver to regular cmlnmert in Stanford and vicinity ever) morning the Banks will gladly forward nny gift. No matter if some do think it is God At ! Who is depopulating Jacksonville, let Accountt mutt be (aid at the clote of each week us do the right let us throw our bad orwrncn ciittomer quitt. R. E. HARROW. 9 God overboard, for the time being, and do our duty according to the scriptures. 1 '-'0 entitled, and the vetdict of acquittal retarded Wediusday morning was a surprise to no one not blinded by prejudice who heard t lie proof. It is but fair to say that not a single point was made by tho prosecution but what was successfully met by a witness just as reliable, with several others to conobointe him, on tho part of the defense. The dissatisfaction with the verdict is chiefly confined to those who did not hear what tho witnesses said, and who look only at the enormity of the crime by which Whitecotton lost his life. It has not jet been decided whether Matt. Withers will be tried this term or not. Bteckin-ridge and MeFerrnn defended; Herndoa and Harding prosecuted. Among the indictments returned up to this time are Nelson Anderson, col'd, house breakine: John Higgins, col'd, grand larcenv; Win. itowsey, obstructing nulioail track. NEWCOMB Thitold and wcll-Una- HOTEL. JACKSON HOUSE LONDON, KBtfTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK MT.tVBRNONKY. Hotel ti stilt maintain-tit fine reputation. Chre teaionaldf. Spatial attention to the traveling public. M. V. NEWCUMIl, Prop, Ml Vernon, Ky. Sj-t- 6. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Home. Thoroushly Kenoratfdaml KcfuinUhed. Kirit cla I'are anil KeaonaMe I'nect, Day anil night Train ate met by IMiir I'ortenjoi thu Popular Joj-t- f. LADIES' SHOES IN ALL GRADES Mo-ja- ve jist uixi:ivi:i. STANDARD SCREW, MACHINE SEWED, HAND SEWED, HAND TURNED, IN Gan-tor'- CALF, GRAIN, GOAT, AMERIGAN, s bhicb: YATID ASTD FHIBXTCH KID. 1 BOYS' CHILDREN? S MISSES' SCHOOL SHOES MEDIUM AND EXTRA HIGH TIPS. LIGHT AND HEAVY WEIGHT ny-te- rt M-t- f BMUCIIil ,& MBBEBTS I't ICE, ICE, IC3S Two Cent Per Pound GEOGHEGAN, SUCCKSSOR TO that by far the largest crop of tobacco ever raised there is maturing and the DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. R. B. T. R. WALTON A .,.,.,., ,,,. ... ,.,., ,,. ,,,, 1 24-10- 0 j Coi Sworn failed to meet his engage- DEATH'S DOINGS. Anderson's career as a journalist has been brief, but not inglo- M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, rious. He has sold out his interest in 511 4TH AVENUE, the Advocate to Mr. Boyle U. Boyle.. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. A well executed crayon fnortrait of Mr. Morris lxmg, of the I), and I). Institute, by Mrs. Annie James, of Kirks-villThe Nobbiest & Mo3t Stylish is o;i exhibition at Caldwell & St, ck of Kastlimd's drug store. orJohn Masonheimer was dered to Lexington by a jury in the circuit court, in the hope that treatment in tl city ol l.ouittlllc, now open the Asylum may benelit his mental condition. Poor John had an attack of fe including the ver early in the summer and his mind KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS has been disordered ever since. AniIa'omy own importation of Kn;lith Hat An excursion from this place to Lou- and Capt An clcjam lino ol Cano and l.jon'i IUi ulway on hand isville to attend the meeting of the grand CcMiratcd 1'inc lodge of the Kni ;hts of Pythias left on SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, Tuesday morning and returned Wednes Oloc and otlicr Fur, a nprijty Orders day night. Some of the party weieUabe city loticitrd, perfcrt .nlf.nctlon guaranCaldwell, James II. Letcher, William teed Don't tail to order VOIIIIV HAT il.tyr Dugun, W. P. Givens, David Logan, Col. C. 11. e, to-da- y FALL HATS, world-relmwn1 MAIN & SOMERSET STREET! STAITFOHD, KEITT"CTC1S"2'. 4H ! f MU?flJ church in young manhood, and has since been a faithful member. A man of eccentric disposition, he did not form many strong attachments, but those who knew him best say iio was possessed of Instead of tho 2,000 Kontucky excur- a lovely christian spirit and was scrupsionists that the republicans claimed ulously honest and just in all his dealwould go to Indianapolis Monday to see ings. Ho was a great admirer of Mr. Harrison on exhibition, the Louisville Barnes and his teachings, and never Times says less than 2"0 went and that missed a sermon by him when ho was number had to bo made up by hiring ne- near enough to attend. The burial will gro boys and men to go along. True occur at 10 o'clock this morning at Buf- build and contemptable in appearance, Kentuckians are no more anxious to see falo Cemetery, after a short talk by Dr. was sent to the home of llcv. J. C. RanHarrison than they nro to voto for him. M. Evnns. dolph for some cream. Mrs. Randolph, an elderly lady and a grandmother, went TiiEYdoBay that Gen. Wolford has LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. to the cellar to get it for liim. The boy gotten to be quite n dude. At Jamestown Monday lie had on a new suit and his Toinmie Miller, who has been quite followed her and while she was skimming tho cream he clasped her about "biled1' shirt and white collar gave tho sick, is now recovering rapidly. lio to the malicious invention of tho J. F. Marsce, of Bell county, bought the waist with both hands. Mrs. Ranthat he never changes those gar- of Mort Kobinson his furm of lOo acres, dolph screumed and tho old colored cook ments, lie is also in lino lighting trim paying $4,120 cash. Mr. M. will move coining to her assistance, tho boy left. Mr. Randolph mot him on tho street and is fully assured in his own mind in at once. that he will beat Finloy hands down. The stockholders of the Lancaster next day and tried to wear a walking Mill and Klevator Co. have elected n cano out over his head, but the boy beCol. C. R. Andeiison didn't stay in board of Beven directors J. A. Ander ing nimble of foot, ran away from him, the nuwspaper business long enough to son, president; W. J. Kinnaird, treas- but was arrested that evening. Brown get acquainted, but Jtls said ho cleared a urer. plead guilty and was Riven two years. cool 3500 in tho deal. Ho has sold his Zack Simpson, in felling a tree, bad George BowiinggrcQii, together with stock in tho Danville Advocate to B. Gill his foot caught by it and crushed in such Jim Carroll and Matt. Brooks, were Boyle, a brother of S. G. Boyle, who a manner as to renderanipumtion necesfor tho murder of Wm. will bo business manager. January 17, of the picsent year. sary. Drs. Kinnaird and Bay porfoimed At the following February term of the the oporation. The police judgo of Somerset fined ills W. S. Ferguson has just returned circuit court all wore indicted; Carroll son $10 for drunken and disorderly conwas acquitted and there was n mistrial duct. He should have laid him across from Dayton, where be says Uro. Barnes is preaching to .delighted heaiers, .the in the cases of the other two. Tho jury )iis lap and used n shinglo instead. Jiouses'being packed.. Tho people never material in tills vicinity being exhausted, a substantial body of men were Tuesday was Jacksonville's worst heard anything liko it before- 13(5 new cafes and 20 Tho very admirablo report of tho brought from Puloskl county, and on day. There were Somerset fair by tho L J. man is lacking the first day of tho present term a deaths in 24 hours. selected from them to again try Hon. James It. Burns has been nom- in ono particular only, lio should have Rowlinggreen. Tho trial was thorough inated in tho'2(ith Pennsylvania district, mentioned tho balloon ascension. Anto succeed Congressman Scott. other omission liko that will bringdown and exhaustive; tho rulings in strict ac'An olllco building 28 stories high is upon his pato the scalping knife of Prof. cord with law. Both sides had every thing thev asked for to which they were tp be erected in Minneapolis. j Headley and Capt. Sam Boone. en-ene- ment with Quinino Jim McKenzie at Nieholasvillo Monday, owing, he claims, to a sore throat. McKenzie is the most captivating orator in the State and it is well for tho colonel that his throat was sore. lie would have been skinned alive otherwise and the soreness would not then have been confined to any particular spot. i Mr. Solon Crait:, aged li(3, after years of suffering, is at last at rest. His death occurred AVodnesday at 0 i M., tho im mediate cause buing a failure of the heart. Ho joined the Presbyterian Wm. Williams, Wm. Simpson, W. IJ. Nichols, Uoylo Nichols, Wm. Shears, Joe S. Moore, A. G. Whitley, W. I). Moore, Guy Wiseman, Win. Van Arsdall, F. W. Haudman, Tim Murphy, C. H. Joo and Nick McDowell, Alex Alvcrson. Mr. (ieorgo Metcalfe, of Atlanta, Ga., is here on a visit to old friends, after an absence of four years. The cases in the circuit court of public interest thus fur disposed of are those of George Brown and George Bowling-greeTho first was indicted for violaof the statute making it a felony for tion any one "to detain a woman with intention to carnally know her. Brown, a negro boy 18 or 19 years old, of slight -n. Best of Cntiyli ntilli-iuus- , AH Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Is la greater dctuanil than ever. .'o preparation for Throat ami Lung Troubles Is po prompt lu its effects, bo ngruuablo to tho tastn, nnil so widely known at this. It is tho family medicine in thousands of housoliolils. " I liavo auuYrud for year from a bronchial trouble that, whenuver I tnko cold or am kximisoiI to inclement weather, shows Itself by n very annoying tickling flensation in tho throat anil by dllllculty in breathing. I havo tried a prent ninny mneillen, but nouo does so won n.s Ayors uierry t'cciorni wmcii always elves prompt relief in returns of myolil complaint." Kruuat A. Ilenler, Inspector ol I'tibllo ItoacSs, Parish Xer-r- u lionno, La. " I consider Ayor's Cherry Pectoral a most important remedy In my family, many times during tho past thirty yeurs, ami lmvo never known it to (ail. It will reliovo thu most serious affections of the throat and lungs, whether In children or adults." ilrs. E. G. Kdnurly, Council Bluffs, Iowa. "Twenty years ago I was troubled with a disease of tho lungs. Doctor afforded mo no relief and considered my case hopeless, I then began to 1130 Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and, before I hud finished ono bottle, found relief. I continued to take this medicine until a cure wus effected. 1 bcllevo that Ayer's Cherry Pectoral saved my life." Samuel Griggs, Waukegan, III. " Six years ago I contracted a severe cold which settled on my lungs and soon developed all tho alurming symp- toms of Consumption. 1 nan a cougu, night sweats, blccdlm of tho lungs, puins in chest and sides, auu wus so irostratcd as to lio conuued to my bed most of tho time. After trying ..((flints YAVntJt various proserin! my physician finally determined to clvo . Avn.lu f1lA.H liAA.Aml T IaaI. I and tho effect was magical. I seemed to rally from tho first dose of this medicine, aud, after using only throo bottles, am at woll aud Bound as ever." Itodnoy Johnson, Springliuld, HI, Prices Always Reasonable and Goods First-Clas- s. 5d GOOD EMPTY BARRELS FOR SALE. " i.u,. I liavo tested its curative power, F,or Home Use. ME FUBHITURE Mrl'OI HiUFFiMUVTCt, smm PB'QP, H i'' - ! K$ Jtf White-cotto- n, jury-wa- s Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, rilKr.UtKD UTT Dr. J. C, Aycr ti Co,, Lowell, Mast, BoldbyallDrui'sUU. 1'rlsul, tlx bcttlca,$S. , WiU koop constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods can bo bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will bo convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. '! ''"" ""'""WH.VMIuiHlJjUU.'a-tWwwnt- . - B'miwiwpr" , .u. - -- ' -- ...itf 1 ribM'tyri .,,!,., -- H "" M'4 frer M J Semi-Week- ly Photographer Sid Williams, who . used to live here, was married in LexTii.ii:i. No. tMiorso wheat drillH for ington the other day. S.C.WAUTON, nuH. ManaKer ;,, ,.u.,, j. .t, jtra, Urn The marriage of- - Mies Mary With-roCam. in ami sou the new goods Mrs. of Woodford, to l.utherFaBtln, Oct. Stanford, Ky., Skitkmiiku 21, 18SS Kate Ditthlumr liari jiiHt receivetl. 10, is announced. Miss Withrow was a Bihoolmatdof Mrs. Hugh Iteid and A white iirl to apprenPubllshod Kvory Tuesday Mid Friday tice. Apply at once to .India; Thos. W. made numerous visits to her here AT Invitations are out for the wedding Varnon. -1 .vini:-yi:.I!-oi.- :i Interior Journal j 4, noon recent .Mycin'. cigar lit 2 for cents at MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. hnsi"" ""'" 1111 ; sweet potatoes almost ins large. He had seen that his brother, John B. Dicker-sohad sent us a cabbage of 12 pounds weight and wanted to show, not that he wns a better gardener than his brother, but that the Itussoll land had greater caDick- pabilities than the ...... Mr. r ' .. " nun vimi nun ui'iu ur mu ui vitv iinu "I"'.;, n, NOW OPEN, We Have Opened our Stock of r blue-gras- s. 1 !" 1 of Mr. John Dinwiddie, of Lincoln conn- -' otrWheii not to pahl 82.60 will be churetd.-fc- U Tin: College has 7J pupils and theyare ty, to Miss Jennie Tarkington. The cercoming in right along. The .Seminary emony will be performed at Caldwell has 45. church on tho i!0tli, He v. It. II. Caldwell olliciating. Parksville Xews. NKV AllVKHTISKSIEKTS. tune A patent for n weight motor has been Miss Alma Hays, one of our hand)m granted lien G. Miillins, of Garrard, by somest and most lovable young ladies, the ofliee at Washington. will be married to Mr. J. W. McCurdy, " L. &N7LdCALflMTcARD. l.ijiCKTY. Hon. It. C. Warren will an excellent young man of Kansas City, next Tuesl 3'Pm speak for the democracy at Liberty next at the Presbyterian church, Mail train fiolng North South Ji pin Monday, county court day. day at 12 o'clock sharp. He v. A. S. Mof-fe. Kiprctstiain " South 1571" will olllciate and immediately after ................ " ' ' North 7ara 630am Kot a ticket to the Harrison exhibi- the ceremony the couple will take the Local Freight North South. 6J3 P tion at Indianapolis was sold here, tho' train for the groom's home. The Uller traina alo carry ps. enters 'Kit above ii calculated un lUnctitd time. Solar the railroad rate was ruinously low. bright-eyeTwenty-fou- r Train lfavp Ro land at $ :js ml return at 6 p m and S 40 p m. in .n J 7 K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. o BhZLaLaLaLaMpBrCWl'ffBK fOJMAB Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Everything is new, . ... 1 VmHHMHflT!fflHBHaVMaliaVraTm3HHaKj7ni tt J. T. STJTTOIT HUSTONVILL.E, KY. NOT any-tain- t: CO., a PIECE OF OLD GOODS about so minutes Cisicr, MEANS rosy-checke- d, Tin: Blanche .Still well Comedy Co., with band and orchestra, will hold the Watciiim and jewelry repairctl ami boards at Walton's Opera House Oct. II. warranted. A. It. 1'enny. 1'kvtox Paiiiiot has taken the agency Tiik1c place to buy tlrtiK, patent medicines and toilet artkh'H 1h at A. it. for the iA'xiugton Steam Ijiundry ami iVnnyV. itks the patronage of the public in gen- lluv your school booko, Ink, tahletc. eial. 4 naKr, jmiic.1h ami m.'liool Mipplit'H of all Nkws comes from Springilold, Mo., kind from A. H. Penny. 1 Kunranteo nil watchea and every arthat Mr. and Mrs. II. ('." Bright are reticle of jewelry I wll to he just iih repre- joicing over the advent of their third myth. sented. A. It. IVnny. son. BUSINESS. I.. Swedish maidens, ranging in ages from 10 to 25, and as plump as partridges, arrived in New1 York Monday in 11 bunch, having' come over the ocean blue to marry men they knew only through epistolary correspondence, procured through a matrimonial agency. All but one of them will wed the men they came to, the fellow who was to take her for better or for worse proving n red-lippe- d and ready to do Are (till In the In the Undcrtallni; line. We have a full lock of Catra and Casket' uf allklnd and Kobe of every description. Our hearte, which i nearly new can be obtained on thort notice. Mr, J. If. Urcvn hatch.iri;d of our buoncss and will show our goods to any one needing anything in nur line. 64.tr lulnn wmn n&ivEo Two Pianos, one Organ, two Wardrobes, two Dlnlne KoumSafet, one Walnut Katemion Dining Table, one llooL.Caie, one lar;e Iledstcad and Wire Springs. Pillows, lllankets, Coal Oil Tank and many other things. For cath thce articles can be had at a haruin. Apply to t ALKX S. l'AXTON Stanford, Ky. Also a clocks, pillws lllankets and threvgood mattresses. 38-t" And everything has been selected "with great care, the senior member's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and those who pay promptly at the end of each six months is especially desired. Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, SEVERANCE & SON. BUGGIES, PERSONAL POINTS. Miss Jknnik Hocki.ii in vixitini;friendH at Junction City. Jksm: Wkaiirk has entered Central ecini-aiimi- I'liiverhity at Itichiuoud. On- - W. (J. Wn.ni in attending his conference. .Miw. J. II. McKix.vkv is visiting Mrs. Win. Itoyston in (inrntnl. W. It. McItoiiKiiTs ami i. I.. lVnny went to Imisville ytstenlay. M11. K. I). Kknnkiiv has k:un to asfor the year 1RS.S. sess projH-rt.Mit. I.1.7.11: Dii.uin, of IjinniHter, has been visilinK Mrs. Mattle Kevins. Mu. J. It. MtCi.AUV is attendini; the Haptint Association at Hrodhead. Mu. (5. C. Kki.i.kii, .In., of Iiarrods-hnri- f, hits been visiting friends here. Miw. .1. II. MrA1.1w.1t has returned from a visit to friends in Cincinnati. : Iti:m left Wednesday to Miss enter llatuiltoii College at Iexington. Miss. Mourns Kvxm and ,Mnj. Hairy Ivans went to Iniisville Wednesday. Mn. Thomas C. Dunns, of Iji Crosse, Wis., is visiting the scenes of his youth. Mu. It. (i. II Ail, of theSoinerset Hanking Co., wasjn town Tuesday on busi-ne-Ilia-Mi- s. dkmiil' to rent my property on Main The Methodist watchword is "Twelve street. For particulars and terms callon hundred thousand dollars for missions in or address W. II. lliggins. Mrs. C. A. 18S1I." SAW MILL SALE! Holmes. Hev. H. C. Humphreys, of Ianeas-ter- , . Xrftmt fiml Stock. will preach at the Baptist church Tin: United States Kxpress is the As I desire to leave Kentucky I will sell at great quickest, safest and cheapest. Packages here next Sunday. sacrifice a saw mills complete with 30 horte bojers wag-F- .lders W. L." Williams and J. G. and ao horse engines, a aw works, ox Iok wagcalled for and delivered at your door. A. on i a.horse wagons, buckboard, spring Livingston are holding u Ineeting at Go- on and harness 3 yokes of cattle, 3 mutes, horse, T. Kunnelley, agent. farm of shen. It commenced last Saturday and grist mill complete, and my Will sell 560 acres of anol) land well timbered. pnvatelr Wr. bouirbt an elegant variety of mil there have been two confessions to date. MART SMITH, Maywood, Ky. linery while in Cincinnati and are now The Iexington Transcript says the prepared to have our customers call and organ was tried for the first time in the look through ourstock. Courts A Cox. Main Street Christian church Sunday, NEAR STANFORD. I.ot. A small open face lady's silver and worked so admirably that 11 persons watch with small gold chain and bottle joined tho church during the day. The Northern Methodist Conference As Administrator of thcettaie of Chris. Schoep-ter- , charm. Finder will be rewarded by deceaseed, v.ith the vill annexed, I will on appointed (5. K. Jolly, P. E. of the Burn-sidleaving it with Miss Pearlie district and sent S. F. Kelley to 26, 1888 Burboiirvilte; John Thomas to Barbour-vill- e At clock, '. M , On the premises , sell at publt Womc on the Highland ami Waynes-burcircuit; W. C. Judd, Corbiu; II. 1). am ion the pike is progressing nicely and will Hutdctt, Harrodsburg; J. M. Cook, Highbo completed to Highland by October 1. land; T. J. Anthony, Liurel; S. K. Ha- FARM of ABOUT 102 ACRES Mr. W. H. Miller tells u that it will be rney, Iondou; II. F. Whitemaii, Middle-bur- At Little Flit Lick, near Stanford Ky., onwliiili Chris. Schoenter lived t the time of his death. an excellent road. offered J. W. Oliver, Somerset; L. P. The land will bo first about to in 3 parcels, as follows: 1st, containing lures and including a comfortable dwelling and contain. Hi about 60 Tin: creditors of J. J. Kewland, dee'd., Hanks, Williamsburg. Including; tthe lnt The Southern Methodist appoint- acres and 3d, including about 26 residenceof of the Knob are notified that their claims must be acres decedent. ments for tlits district are J. Hand, P. E.; una. tiled with me, properly verified, on or The whole tract will then be offered and the best before the Dtth of October, 1SSS. (5. M. Danville, E. II. Pearce; Harrotlsburg, F. aggrcga e bid accepted. cash, remainder In two TKRMS. S. Pollitt; Perryville, W. lL.Ditzler; Davison, Master Com'r. ciiial Installments, due respectively in 6 and 13 I ... CHURCH AFi AIRS. CARRIAGES FOR ...I . .A-Ih- Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over 1 1 1 1 sS-t- f FABM FOB. SALEWednesday, Sept. Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the trade. Come and ee our goods before making your selections. You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. Ia'X-ingto- e. n GEO. D. g MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. WEiREN ROLNTG'R. g; NEW! NEW I NEW! A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. g, One-thir- d - Tin: colored pair, Bill Johnson and I.011 Tenters, who got drunk, fell out and "lit," made up while in jail and when Mlice Itr.1.1. GlitMi.s is spending they were lined $5 each by the near llar- - judge, Johnson stepped tip and liquidaa few days with his parents, ted both assessment. rodsburg. Mu. Ocoikik Fmi and wife, of Brod-heaFlIlM" Kvtionai. Uaxk, St.vnkoiid, have been vihitlng Mr. and Mrs. Kv., STtH'ic. It. II. Courtney, Banker W F. Itainsey. Ky., has for sale and Broker, Mu. W. II. lliooissaml mother, Mrs. a few more harc.s of the stock of this W. M. lliggins, are back froniafewdays' good conditioned ami well managed fctay at Ijuisville. bank. Our readers should take advanMil A. It. I'i.nny was in I)uisville tage of this opportunity ami communiIriiiniiti'rM Day, but wiw not particularcate with him at once as the demand for ly inipresM-'i-l with tlio jmrade. this stock is becoming active with 111. .IrnoB T. W. Vaunos went up to of Ax Out "CiiKiut." Mrs. H.J. jicltob-crt- s Whitley yesterday to get' a car-loa-d has an heirloom in the form of an real, that is coal, for his lantl there. Mu. J. T. Si'ttov, of Hustonville, lias old chair, which has been in use in her u family since 17"tl. It is of an oltl design taken charge of the toll gate on the pike, formerly kept by Mrs. M. and is said to have been the first one ever made on a turning lathe. Save a Miller. MissTiM.m 1 am. went Thursday to new bottom or two, nothing has been Kirksvllle to spend a week with her done to it in the 1 111 years it has been friend, Miss Minnie Klliott, of that place. used. It was used by Daniel Boone while lie visited Mrs. Meltobeits' great-- Winchester Sun. of Dallas, Texas, ar- grandfather. Mit. J. T. Uano, rived Wednesday and ho and his wife, Puiilic'Si'kakixo. J. A. Craft, demowho has spent the summer with her cratic elector for the Mb Congressional mother, Mrs. K. T. Itochester, will re- district, will speak at the following times turn home In n few days. and places, viz: Hichmond, Monday, Mu. AXi M its. Ocusartd daughter, Miss October 1; Iineaster, Tuesday, October Nannie, who have been spending some 2; Crab Orchard, Wednesday, Oct. II; Mt. time nt Crab Orchard Springs, were in Vernon, Saturday, Oct. ti. The republitown Wednesday. Mr. Ochs is theown-e- r can elector is respectfully invited to atand publisher of the Chattanooga tend at each appointment and a division Daily Times. of time will be cheerfully accorded. , Mu. F. 11. Hamilton-- of Hartford, Ct., Speaking at 1 o'clock r. i. each day, agent for the Life A Annuity Insurance For several years CofXTKiiriUTKit. Co., of that city, who has made several in its interest, and niadepiany David Burge, who lives near Paint Lick, visits here friends, was at the Portman house with lias been a dealer in spurious coin and his father, Mr. It. W. Hamilton, a line has done it so skillfully that he has old gentleman, also connected witli tho evaded arrest until Tuesday last, when n U. S. marshal, after n day's hunt, mn same company. upoir him between Crab Orchard and his CITY AND.VjCINlTY. home and took him in, He was brought Fish here and lodged in jail to await orders to Don't forget the Fresh Oysters, Burge was conbo taken to Louisville. 1 larris'. and Celery at n pretty good citizen by those sidered Call at S. II. Shanks' and Bee. the not so well acquainted with him. he is tlaily receiving. Dkatii. President Mark Jurnian, the A LAittu: lino of now fall goods just re "old fogarty," who used to pride himself ceived at S, II. Shanks'. Call in and see on the statement that ho was the originthem. ator of colored fairs, died n few days ago, y at 25, 40 and 50 aged about (15. He had an idea that he FitKsit Oystkiw cents per win. Leave your order. S. S. was the best known man in America, claiming that ids fair bills had made him Myers. . prominent in "thousands and thousands Job Fiiost, u bnikemiin, was lined $10 of States." Although unable to read or and costs in tho city court Wednesday write, he ran far the legislature in this for drunken and disorderly conduct. county n few years ago, but got only 10 brethren refusing to I iiavi: just received a big lino of fall votes, his colored Bros.' make, and in- support him. His last attempt at a fair shoes of tho Zciglor vito my customers to call and examine was in August, when ho was to put his name against tho stockholders' money, them. S. H. Shanks. . but on his demanding extra pay for his Whim: in tho city I bought an elegant services, they kicked anil tho thing collino of millinery, which is contingin dai- lapsed. May the sod rest lightly on tho ly. Everything novel in my lino can bo poor old fellow. had at my store. I cordially invite all to J. K. Bruco bought of Henry D. examine my stock before purchasing. Baughman V.) feeding cattle at I!1 tits. Mrs. Kate Dudder.ir. Wau.aci: (iiTintiK has been made extra agent and is now at work at Nuw Ha- - K. Nipper; Salvisa, E. 11. months secured by lien nil the Und and notes with bearing interest Marmaii; Bryantsville, T. B. Cook; Stan good securitygiven January 1st, from dato of sale. ifcSo. I'ussession M. Evans; High Bridge Circuit, F. JOHSO. NEAL. ford, Dec d. Admr Chris. SltH-ptcr- , 63 C. Itutchfield; Somerset, C. F. Oney. In 115 AtL'O 1ZIMMBH 9 d, litis-tonvill- 1 Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by the Cumberland district J. E.Sawyer is PUBLIC SALE P. 13.; Undon, O. F. Duvall; Whitesburg, Bakery, Restaurant and. Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s OF E. A. McLnr; Hazard, D. Hyder; HarCalifornia Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everythlan, A. L. Went; Manchester, to be sup& PERSONALTY. ing-in their line, such as Bread, H0II3, Pies, Cakes aud the Best of plied; Crib Orchard, M. P. Morgan; Haz- FARM Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. el Green, Joseph Gardner; Jackson, A. II. An adniiuitrat r J. Terrill; Cumpton, A. L. Oney; Stan- son, dee'd, ith the of the estate ofI Geo. on . Anderwill nr.nped, will ton, Win. Derickson; Flat Hock, to be SATURDAY, SEPT. 29, 1888, supplied; Frenchburg, E. B. Darty; Respectfully, R. ZIMMERr W. J. Derail; Beattyville, W. Oak- In the town of Hulonvill.', Lincoln comity, Ky. sell nt public auction to the highest bidder, the Wholesale and Retail. ley; Principal Jackson Academy, J. J. property ol the estate of l.co. II. deed, Dickey. Hev. II. C. Morrison goes to as folio s; Frankfort; J. W. Fitch to Grassy Lick . Ui ..r i...t. i... i.i..... .... i .. ..:...... .... '.! ... utu, t'v iviii'k miu iu.4ii.uic, uiic sv'.iii,, and Mt. .ion; J. S. Sims returns to machine unci other htnicehold t:iids, the farm of and S. W. Peeples goes to Auabout 85 acres about a half nine South of THAT ville on tho Liberty turnpike, and the test gusta. Hichmond and Providence were tators' half interest in a mall tract of land on omitted from the published reports, hut the Waters of Green Rier. Dr. Evans tells us J. A. Henderson is returned there ami I). P. Ware goes to Mr, Dutton the tenant now ontothe Innr. will show purchase. it to any onvdptirin College Hill. Hev. J. It. Peeples will move to Lincaster and jireach there as Terms. For tho personalty and Knob land a credit of j months on note with good security, often as he is able. bearing interet for all sums ot ito and ovsr hut ! FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE Pine-vill- Aiult-fon- , Sliel-byvil- 4 -.. le llu-to- ll PLEASE OBSERVE M'ROBERTSSTAGG -- FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. l'JO Kin Han sold Moiulay for $12,100. Adam l'eiiee boll to ). N. I'rewitt uheep at $:t.-U- jier heiul. M. Ijiekey bought of Uidtlle, of ) d under that ..mount oaih. For the firm, Sand la months cash on day tf sale, remainder on notes with Rood security, hearing interest from date of possession and possession to he given Jan. 1,1889. J. X. MKN'EITK, Admr. of Geo, II. Anderson, c. t. a. one-thir1 1 OJ-t- d A FU3L1L A'SOMTMIISMT CF- PUBaLIC'SAUB OF Pulaski, iii mule eoltH at Foil itr.ST. The William I lays house with 10 to 50 aeres, as pieferred, for '.S9. &. WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. Having secured the services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the PERSONAL PROPERTY JT. new-good- s in to-da- i. Ueitl. It As administratrix of John I). Carpenter, deceas1 A. T. Xunnellev sold to n Cinein- - ed, will on natl party 11 ear load of butcher eattle at THURSDAY, SEPT. 27th, 1888, eye. $1.41) to SI.-.- ). Sell to the highest Itiddcr the fo low inj property, . Jollll M. IIllll bought of Various pat - ' at tne farm 01 the deceused, on tho Hutonvil!i A-'"'" Hu.tr.nvHU: tieH ill ltockciutlo couhty io mule colts M,Jdl'"'-jo head of too pound cuttle, 30 head of 1,300 at an average of per head. tiound emtio, vi heid of tearlinc steers and litif W. K. McAfee lost n full sister to calves, so Irood marcs 3 year-liners, ao cows-au(Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) (;ed worlc 1 Terra Cotta. She was a promising filly a horse colts, mules, ijo aoo mare mules, hoes, pound mare FAVOIUTE LINF. UF.TV.VEKN THE NORTH AND SOUTH. a lot of shoats, 40 head of ewes hred to South" anil ho hatl been ollered $1,."00 for her. down buck, jo iicrcs of corn 15 acres of millet, LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. Wakeiiold, Moreland & Lee bought 10 tons of hay, 7S4 bushelsof wheat, jj shares of lltiktouville National Hank stock, 30 shares of of J. C..it Monte Fox liil head of feetliny HOURS. IN jj stock in the Farmers National Hank ol t Ato fanning Implements and household Danville 1, l.r0. cattle at SUK), wcif-liThrough Oars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily and kitchen furniture. ' Advocate. Terms made known on day of sale. MRS. M. W. CAIU'IWTKR. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. .Several hundred ewes sold this week Adiux. John I). Carpenter, Dec d. at S2.lTi to $'.). Some lambs have been will mt th.it day rent the It not rented before, TIIK TISX AS SHORT XjIXIS- sold for next muiiuier delivery at 0 een s "I.ee Farm," contain 34 acres ot Xu, blue grass Winchester Democrat. per pound. CONDENSED TIMS TABLE EFFECT IN MAY 6, 1888. Charier! Adams sold to his brother Josh bin farm of l(K) acres, situated on READ XJP. KHADDOWX TRAINS NORTH. TRAINS SOU 1H. the Danville pike half way between l)an- No. 6. , No. No. 8. Wo. 3. j No. j. No. 1. No. 7. ville niitl .Stanford, for $21,:vro. STATIONS. No. a, Daily, j Daily. Daily. Dally. Daily, 4 Ueorgctown Court. About .'100 eat Daily. iKx. Sun, Daily tle on sale, witli fat hcii'e ru selling at $'! A'rv 640am 6 4? p m 10 jj a in 6 00 p m Cincinnati 8 17 a in 4 03 p m 8 00 p m, 7 jj a m I vc ...! 830 am! 411pm 'illiamstoxvn....I.'ve 5 ijam '., 9 51 am J 47 Pn,l 9 35 pm1 to ") jier evvt.; yearlings of 7o0 to 800 (ieort'etuwn ... 410 am' a ml 7 oj pmioj7 pm... 714am 3 o3 pm 10 59 I.exinslon. 343am 415pm: 700am 140pm COMPANY pounds, $:i to S3.I0; good three-year-o11 op m' 7 3J pmlit 05 pm,io 15 a m'.. m 1 3S m Danville 10 p m -5 3 B 29 piniia a jopmi 5 pm steers $;).(" to $..80; best feeilers, of 00 pm J aS a in. 310 pm) s:oam .Junction City. 15 pm. 9 10 p m ujon in ii :$ n m .., 1 05 a m . ..... 1 os a mn 30 pm vj ". ,' ..........'Ull. 15 4 00 iini.... 1,100 to l,:i00yound8,$I.L0 to 7 J5 a m a n' 31$ pun 9 53 prnjii 25.1 in uamiaie 6 5opr 4 00 a m Arv... Chattanooga. ...1ve 710pm! 900am 820am' calves at '1 per head. to 00 pin Ar'v 6sn.pm' .... 8 joa m 600 pin.l.'vc.Cliatnnooga T,i . The Milo of the ell'ects of S'aiuforil 4 i) inn I 10pm1 mail...... iitn' ?uivmsrn. --vAA 10pm v.. 1135pm' 3 3o" lilrmlncnam P Hrvvin ycbte"rday was fairly attended and i 45 p " iij 48 a 111, I.vt...B..Tusca.ooa o CO m 9,i&a m 1 40 a ml l.'ve 4 zoa m,to jo pm L good prices were realized. Funning II 1$ pm 4 to a mAr'v....Meriilian 6 30 a in 9 30.1 tn.Ar'v...New l)rlan....l.'sB 9tMitn 5 00 p m...., "( sold high; fat eattle, weighing Ar'v Mertdiin lOfopm, 3 loam .'c Jackson. ...... Ar'v 6 15 pinj....... 900 a lit l.'ve yearI,!i00, brought $5,112; feeders . 4 txipial it to a niil.'c....VicLhiirir, Monroe oosam. ... 1 1 1) 111, l.'ve lings $4.po; lnood niares $05 to $150; Ft I 11. 6 oo!tm . . ,...... 8 13 pm'Ar'v....Slireveport. yearling colt.s $77 to $S0; pair work mules N. U. Train No. 9 leaves Oakdule at 5 as, M, ml arrives tn Chalttnoo.i .it oc, s m. No. m leaves $1510; hogs $5.0(1 to $5.12; corn in Held Chattanooga 01500, 1'. M., and atrives at Oakclale at 8 JJ. I Sl.'W and hiiv $19.50 per ordinary stack. Maim UouJoir JIuiTet Sleeping Cars on all trains, Mr. Sam Dickerson, of Russe D. !. KDWAItDS. Osnl irt. .V I'ass. Act. sent. If JOHN C.OAUI.T, General Manager, R. OAKllOl I Csrcral Si'pulnleiulrnl. us by It. C. Warren a cabbage li Ccr.crBlOm.e-- , Ht. J'uul l'.uiliiiiK.West Until Mrset, Cincii'natl. Ohm. iiiplc of weighed 1(1' pounds and a ir, 1 . E ; !". QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. R :- Stan-lor- I 1 1 ' $.'1.-'.- ld &M 11 1 1 ; j?-- in CREAM g 1 V w a J- 1 LEXINGTON.KY. ftotflll JSSjsSrigtBfeSjJi 1 . J '" nai ttn niiiMtui " ' " J i. . .. .. yf"-.- . ! -- . - - .. bjiuh 4j 'in m- - ..Jtaw.vL.ui jj ttx. .mjitmmmamm mnmimWmnmi I )! Thomas Johnson, who came home entitled, and tho veidict of acquittal resick from Rowland about ten days ago, turned Wedm sday morning was a surLloyd Ballard's residence at Lebanon died at his father's homo last Tuesday. prise to no one not blinded by prejudice LONDON, KENTUCKY, MT.VEIINOKY. burned; loss S2,500. who heard the proof. It is but fair to were buried in tho holding His remains Tho Knights of Pythias are CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Stanfokd.Kv., Seitemiiei: 21, 1888 cemetery the following day. Com way that not a single point was made by ThiioM ana Hotel it stilt maintaintheir annual meeting in I.ouisvilli tho prosecution but what was success- ing lt Tine reputation. Charge! teaionablt . Spepany G. Ky. State Guards, of which he A fellow turned Howenkilleda fathThoroiicMjr Renovated and Kefiirnlnhed, was a worthy member, attended in a fully met by a witness just as reliable, cial attention to the (raveling public Kara and Keatonable Price. Day nnd night er and two sons named Kstes, in Powell body. He was an excellent young man. with several others to conoboiate him, W. P. WALTON. M. 1' NEWCO.MII, Prop, county. Mi Vernon, Ky. rraliunre met by I' llilr I'ortertjot ihu Popular on tho part of the defense. The dissatThere is a repoit from Paint Lick to Home. Ju;tf. There are 15 local murderers in the the effect TiiKuuun): Hallam, Covington's gront that Win. Best, desirous of fur- isfaction with tho verdict is chielly conLouisville jail, besides others sent there ther embelishlng his alieady very unen- fined to those who did not hear what orator, in seconding Carlisle's renoininn-tio- for safe keeping. viable record, began tantalizing young the witnesses said, and who look only wild "that John G.'s little hands 1). X. Vance, tho cashier of tho John Campbell, and finally assaulted at the enormity of the crime by which had been stained with walnuts in the nth National Hank, is a defaulter to him by slapping his face. Campbell re- AVhitecotton lust his life. It has not yet district, hut never stained its Congres-hionthe amount of $4,500. whether Withers sented this by casting a stone, and now beenbedecidedthis term or Matt. Bieckin-representation; that his bare feet will tried not. Speaker Carlisle thinks that demo William carries his arm in a sling. had often got stuck in the clay mud of eiatB in Congress will favor adjournndguand McFcrran defended; Hermlou Miss Lucy Arnold, who has been and Harding prosecuted. Among the the Oth district, but that in official life ment about October 5. RECEIVED. visiting in Kansas since last March, re- indictments returned up to this time are they had always trod the road of right The total number of eases of yellow Nelson Anderson, col'd, homo breaking; turned homo Monday. Miss Allle Yeis-e- John HiggiiH, consncbs." This wis a neat wiy of decol'd, grand larcenv; Win. fever at Jacksonville now runs up to of Danville, entered Garrard College Bowsey, obstructing railroad track. scribing the most honest and incorruptl'tm and the total deaths to 170. this week. Mrs. Mary Kstill and daugh ible, as he is one of the greatest, if not Judge Crawford, of Shelby, refused Since August 11 Jockey Barnes has the very greatest statesman of his day. to grant a liquor license in a case in ter, Miss Estill Timberlake, of Summit, Miss., are visiting at Capt. Klkin's. Miss won upwards of 20 nice1, valued close to ISo taint of olhcial dishonesty has ever which 93 protested against it and IX) fa- Lizzie Sweeney has returned from an ex- $100,000. No jockey in the country has clung to his garments and his course has vored it. ever made a record approaching this. tended visit to Louisville. oven his enemies are been such that -- Uev. Dr. Travelli, of Sewickley, Pa., In San Bernardino county, Cal., The opening of Garrard College has forced to admire and respect him. His who introduced the kindergarten system proved very gratifying in every respect Indians burned a young smaw at speeches at Covington Tuesday and at of education in America, died at Pittsto both teachers and patrons. The at- the stake on the charges that she pracpieces Erlanger Wednesday nro master burg. tendance, remarkable at the opening, ticed witchcraft. Many of the tribe had of facta and argument against more taxDilger, the demon who murdered es being levied upon the people than is two Louisville policemen, has been in is increasing daily and now numbers died from a typhoid epidemic. necessary to meet the expenses of the dicted for the crime and his trial set for 145. The faculty in this institution is Mad dogs are a terror to everyb ody not surpassed anywhere. Thoy are firm government rightly nnd economically next week. So was the chicken cholera until s and gentle, and have tho ability and administered. Sir. Carlisle makes no magic cholera cure was introduced Jim Breathitt has decided not to readiness to thoroughly instruct. pretention o eloquent oratory, but no monkey with Opt. Willis, in the I'd dis' J. B. Brewer, W. O. and C. W. here. Sold no cure, no pay" by Mc one can hear him deliver a speech or trict, and therefore declines to accept tho Sweeney and H. H. lVitson have return Bobert.s it Stnirg. read one of them without being impress- republican nomination for Congress. ed from the cities, where they bought ed that a great man is expressing the James M. Hash, has been nominat immense stocks of goods for the fall mid I honest convictions of an honest heart. on the prohibition ticket winter trade. George Smith, of Birmingoccasion to publish liber- ed for Congress We shall take I havcopenrd a llnck Yard and now hac 3 ooo Congressional district to take ham, is here for a few days. V. B. brick ready for le, or I will tale contract, to al extracts from his last two speeches, if in the 10th build them in nll keep my (resh off as many votes as possible from Judge Moss, of Piueville, who recently purchas- in VanAt(!.ile' ce'lar I and can fnrnith mratt now we do not give one or both entire. Mm.it, llecf V y RAMSKV and Mutton at all timr Day. ed a fine farm near town, moved in with AND HEAVY They will have to cut and come again. Charles A. Pillsbury & Co., of Min- his family this week. Mr. Moss is n NEW BUTCHER SHOP. JCooe also says Xooe to the prohibitionneapolis, tho largest milling firm in the thoroughgoing, enterprising man, and ists who want to run him for Congress. world, have jut divided $40,000 among we give him and his a hearty welcome. I hao onenpd a butcher chop at How laud in g He is the third man to be nominated by their employes in pursuance of a MEDIUM AND EXTRA HIGH Can any human heart refuse to res the Fvrrill Store Iiouh and l am prepared to furnith the pub ic with all kintla m.its, full nml ovt. plan adopted four years ago. party and the third to dethe pond to the mournful appeals that day tcrt in ijieir uaon. A heretulnre I wi continmy vann correspondent At Jellico Monday night Thomas by day are wrung from tho fainting ue ninmncStanford anddt'ivrrin mrat to my cline. A Courier-Journin vicinity was assaul- hearts of our distressed brethren in the m v. i:lkin. from Harrodsburg says: "Tho prohibi- Bruce, deputy town marshal, sad plight in .this dis- ted by two negro men, one of whom stab South? Surely all that is needed is for tion party is in a S. O. DAVIS, trict, and is on the hunt for some one to bed him twice in the back, inflicting the people to give the subject proper carry its colors through the coming can- wounds from which it is feared he will consideration. Sicklies", suffering anil PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, vass. It is thought their next move will die. sorrow fill tho atmosphere, and almost MT. VKUNOX, Jv V. In his speech at Covington Speaker hourly death is dipoiling the homes of be to thrust that empty honor on Mr. D. J. Curry, whose experience in the Legis- Carlisle said, "I look forward, gentle- Jacksonville; the wealthy and strong Office Drue net door to men, to the ides of November, for the may fly to safety, but the poor and help Special attention civen Whitehead'! of children iore. lature last session as the standard-beare- r 10 ditcatct will not.warrant him in seeking further achievement of one of the grandest dem- less must remain; and to them starvaocratic victories ever witnessed in this tion is not far off. Garrard's people are favors of such a nature." Lateiu It. is reported that Xooe has country." noble and generous. Iot us respond f At Livermore, Ky., Charles Hall, n promptly. A contribution box can be decided to withdraw his letter of declination and will accept the nouii nation for young Methodist minister, was arraigned found at Miller's Hotel, and either of will deliver to regular cuitnmeri in Stanford and Congress tendered him by the alleged by the church on complaint of pretty tho Banks will gladly forward any gift. vicinity ever) morninf Miss May, who charged him with forci- Xo matter if some do think it is God At convention held here. ! bly kissing her. The sensiblo old dea- Who is depopulating Jacksonville, let Account! mutt be p.iid at the cloie of each week us do the right let us throw our bad Cahlisle was tendered a cons promptly acquitted the alleged God overlward, for the time being, ami or when emtomer quit. K E. HARROW. 9 grand ovation at Cincinnati and Coving- kisser. do our duty according to the scriptures. ton on his arrival there Monday. ThousA dispatch from Mason county says R. B. GEOGHEGAN-- , DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. ands of democrats were in line and es- that by far the largest crop of tobacco SUCCESSOR TO corted him to the latter city, which was ever raised there is maturing and the Col. C. B. Anderson's career as a in a blaze of gorgeous enthusiasm. The trouble is there is not enough room to journalist has been brief, but not inglo- M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, next day he was renominated by acclam- house it. The rains did not damage it, rious. He has sold out his interest in 511 4TH AVENUE, ation for another term in Congress, and unless an early frost conies the crop the Advocate to .Mr. Boyle G. Boyle.. which he accepted in a splendid speech. will be immense. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. A well executed crayon portrait of The democrats say the lesson of two J. Soule Smith, Grand Master of Ma Mr. Morris Long, of the D. and D. Instiyears ago lias taught them to bo always sons in Kentucky, issued an address yestute, by Mrs. Annie James, of Kirks-villThe Nobbiest & Mo3t Stylish prepared for any emergency and that terdny, urging that collections be taken is o;t exhibition at Caldwell it St. ck of hereafter tho Tliobe business will no- be Up in each lodge under this jurisdiction Eastland's drug store. repeated. and from each brother in the State, for orJohn MiwMihoimcr was the benefit of the Jacksonville sufferers, dered to Lexington by a jury in the cirThe official returns from Maine are in tho amount to be sent to John H. I.eath- cuit court, in the hope that treatment in ers, Louisville. the Asylum may benefit his mental con- Ever brought to tint city of I.vumitlc, now open publicans increased their vote of 1SS1 Pretty Linnie Davis, of Mercer con n- - dition. Poor . John hail an attack of fe- including the The tv ennliln'r liimr rhr i1i.(.i'ii'i nf hrinit- but 001, the democrats gained ver early in the summer and his mind KNOX & JOHN 8. STETSON & CO'S. HATS .. republican plurality is 2,302 less than in , ,,,,. so nf . . ,. has been disordered ever since. . 1SS4. This shows a per eentago of dem- ,., Anda'tomy own Importation of Kngliah ItaU n An excursion from this place to Lou- and Capi. Ancles ant lin ol Canet and l.jon't per cent, and is s, ,, ,. 1lf,p Rn . , tIin . ,, ocratic gain of 1 tUa n!wj) on hand Fine equal to the tidal wave when applied to . Vmu fVnnim.lin..i wna .... fcoiliici.r. isville to attend the meeting of the grand Celebrated T "-- , u. ......... v.. ...... ........, .... lodge of the Knights of Pythias left on close States. He laughs best who laughs SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, who accomplished it by promising to Tuesday morning and returned Wednesi last. The republicans have had theirs. get a divorce from her aunt and marry Order Mil1 day night. Some of the party wereGabe Glove and other Kur, a The cachinifation is now entirely with her. of city tolicilrd. pcrfert natitfaction guaranCaldwell, James II. Letcher, William teed Don't tail toordtra.VOllllV HAT the democrats. i.iyr Dugan, W. P. Givens, David Logan, DEATH'S DOINGS. Cou Swope failed to meet his engageW. B. Wm. Williams, Win. himpson, ment with Quinine. Jim McKenzie at Mr. Solon Craig, aged (J, after years Nichols, Boyle Nichols, Win. Shears, Joe Nicholabvillo Monday, owing, he claims, of suffering, is at last at rest. His death S. Moore, A. G. Whitley, W. I). Moore, to a sore throat. McKenzie is the most occurred Wednesday at (! p. M., tho im- Guy Wiseman, Win. Van Arsdall, F. W. il Couli liieiliritio, Ayer'n Cherry First-Clas- s. captivating orator in the State and it is mediate cause being a failure of the Handman, Tim Murphy, C. B. Joe and W i:t (;r'utcr tlcnmnil than ever. well for tho colonel that his throat was heart. Mr. Ho joined tho Presbyterian Nick McDowell, Alex Alvorson. No preparation for Throat ami Lung Troubles U fo prompt In its effects, so sore. He would havo been skinned church in young manhood, and has George Metcalfe, of Atlanta, Ga., is heic agreeublo to tho tasto, nml go widely alive otherwise and the soreness would since been a faithful member. A man of on a visit to old friends, after an absence o known m iMa. It Is tho family not then havo been confined to any par- eccentric disposition, he did not form of four years. in thousands of households. ticular spot. many strong attachments, but those who in the circuit court of pubThe " I havo mtlTcred for years from a knew him best say ho was possessed of lic interest thus far disposed of are those bronchiul trouble tlint, whenever I tnko cold or mil xiwwihI to inclement weuth-eInstead of the 2,000 Kentucky excur- a lovely christian spirit and was scrup- of George Brown nnd George Bowling-greehIioms Itself by n very annoying sionists that the republicans claimed ulously honest and just in all his dealtickling sensation in tho throat and by The first was indicted for violawould go to Indianapolis Monday to see ings. He was a irreat admirer of Mr. dilllculty in havo tried a tion of the statute making it a felony for great many breathing. butI nouo does so Harrison on exhibition, the Louisville Barnes and his teachings, and never any one "to detain n woman with intenwell as Aycr's Cherry I'cctornl which Times says less than 230 went and that Klvf.s prompt relief In returns of missed a sermon by him when ho was tion to carnally know her. Brown, a atwavs complaint. Krnuat A. llepler, number had to bo made up by hiring ne- near enough to attend. The burial will negro boy 18 or 11) years old, of slight my old Inspector of Public Itoai'.s, Parish Torgro boys and men to go along. True occur at 10 o'clock this morning at Buf- build and contemptablo in oppearance, re Uonno, La. " I consider Ayor's Cherry Pectoral a Kentuckians are no more anxious to see falo Cemetery, after a short talk by Dr. was sent to the home of Rev. J. C. Ranmost important remedy Harrison than they nro to vote for him. M. Evans. ; dolph for some cream. Mrs. Randolph, ,'..'u,, an elderly lady and a grandmother, went Tiiky do say that Gen. AVolford has I linvo testrd its curatlro power, in my LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. " I. to the cellar to get it for him. The boy gotten to bo quite a dude. At Jamestown family, mnuy times during the past was skimthirty years, mid havo never known it Monday he had on a new suit and his Tommic Miller, who has been quite followed her and while she reliovo llio to full. It ming the cream he clasped her about affections will tho throat most serioua "biled'' shirt and white collar gave the sick, is now recovering rapidly. of and lungs, adults." Mrs. lie to tho malicious invention of tho J. F. Marscc, of Bell county, bought the waist with both hands. Mrs. Ran- whether in children or Bluffs, Iowa. E. G. Edgcrly, Council that he never changes those gar- of Mort Robinson his farm of 105 acres, dolph screamed and tho old colored cook was troubled "Twepty years boy lelt. with a disease of nco I ments. He is also in flue fighting trim paying $4,120 cash. Mr. M. will move coming to her assistance, the tho lungs. Doctors Mr. Randolph met him on the street afforded mo no relief and considered nnd is fully assured in his own mind in at once. my caso hopeless. I then began to uso of the Lancaster next day and tried to wear a walking Aycr's Cherry Pectoral, and, before I he will beat Finley hands down. that The stockholders boy behad finished ono bottle, found relief. I Mill and Klevator Co. havo elected n cane out over his head, but the Col. 0. R. A.ndkuson didn't stay in board of seven directors J. A. Ander- ing nimble of foot, ran n ay from him, continued to tako this medicine until a cure whs effected. 1 bellcvo that Ayer'a the nuwspaner business lone enough to son, president; W. J. Kinnaird, treas-uie- but was nrrested that evening. Brown Cherry Pectoral saved my llio." Barnaul Griggs, Waukegau, 111. get acquainted, but it Is said ho cleared a plead guilty nnd was given two years. " ago I cool $500 in the deal. Ho has sold his together with cold Six years nettled contracted a severe Bowlinggiegn, Zack Simpson, in felling a tree, had George on my lungs and which stock in tho Danville Advocate to B. Gill his foot caught by it and crushed in such Jim Cai roll and Matt. Brooks, were insoon tloveloped all tho alarming nywi- 1 bad a coiml Boyle, n brother of S. G. Boyle, who u manner as to renderaniputatlon neces- dicted for tho murder of Wm. White- lgut sweats, uiceding 01 tho lungs, will bo business manager. sary. Drs. Kinnaird and Ray purfoiuied cotton, January 17, of the picsent year. patus in chest and sides, and. was so ns to At the following February term of the prostrated of tho bo confined to my bed moKt time. After trying Tin: police judge of Somerset fined his the operation. S. Forgu6on 1ms just returned circuit court all wore indicted; Carroll W. various prescriptions, without benefit, son $10 for drunken and disordeily conmy physician finally tintcrmiucd to give ho says Bio. Barnes was acquitted and there was a mistrial mo Aycr's Cliorry Pectoral. I took it. duct. He should have laid him across from Dayton, where is preaching to delighted haulers, .the in tho eases of tho other two. Tho jury and tlio effect was magical. I seemed his lap and used a shingle instead. to rally from tho llrst dose of this houses being packed.- - Tliu people never material in this vicinity being exhaustmediclno, and, after using only throo ed, a substantial body of men wero heaul anything like it before- Tuesday was Jacksonville's worst bottles, am as woll and sound as ever." Kodnoy Johnson, Springllcld, III. The very admirablo report of tho brought from Pulaski county, and on day. There were lot) new cases and 20 Somerset fair by the I. J. man is lacking the first day of tho present term n jury deaths in 24 hours. Cherry Pectoral, Hon. James B. Burn) has been nom- in one particular only. Ho should have was selected fiom them to again try Will koop constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture inated in thutZUth Pennsylvania district, mentioned tho balloon ascension. An- Bowliuggreon. The trial was thorough rilEIMIlKD BY and Undertaker's Goods. My pricos will be as low a3 such goods other omission liko that will bringdown and exhaustive; tho rulings in strict acto succeed Congressman Scott. Dr. J. C, Aycr & Co,, Lowoll, Mass. can bo bought in the cities. Give mo a trial and you will bo conBold by all DruijeUU. 1'ilcul; tli bottlea,$5. 'An office building 28 stories high is upon his pato the scalping knife of Prof. cord with law. Both sides had every vinced that I sell lower than tho lowest. thing they asked for to which they were Headley nnd Capt. Sam Boone. , to be erected in Minneapolis. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal NEWS CONDENSED. NEWOOMB well-kno- HOTEL. JACKSON HOUSE Firit-cla- Sj-t- t. I n Car-rollt- al LADIES' SHOES IN ALL GRADES Jl'ST 1 r, Mo-ja- ve STANDARD SCREW, MACHINE SEWED, HAND SEWED, HAND TURNED, GALF, GRAIN, GOAT, AMERIGAN, A1TD FUEXTCH KID. Gail-ter'- IN BRICK "STAD BOYS' CHILDREN'S MISSES' profit-sharin- SOIIOOL SHOES TIPS. LIGHT WEIGHT r I cut-tomr- w-t- f BBUCIE & RFBB3BSiaTS ;7-'- f. ICE, ICE, ICE I Two Cent Per Pound T. R. WALTON SOMERSET STREETS, A e, - ' to-da- y i 2,0-17- ... ,., .., FALL HATS, world-rt'nr.wn- MAIN ,.,.,, 24-10- 0 ,.., STA1TFOHD, KEUTTJCKTr. . lii-- r ie-ialt- out-aid- e Best of AH Pec-tor.- Prices Always Reasonable and Goods incdl-ciu- ca'-e- s r, n. GOOD EMCFTTr BARRELS FOR SALE. 'Eor Home Use. en-ene- MEW FURMTUEE 'SWME ! MAJK HUFFMAN, PM&Po r. tc' jf . Ap's A M til naf,;j i.L-?wy--. , g . ,,-;- fl sw sweet potatoes almost ns large. He had Dicker-BoI'hotogrnpher .Sid Willinms, who seen that his brother, John II. had sent us u cnbbage of -'J pounds " "" " Tiiuiir No. 1 iMiorso wheat drills for used to live here, was mnrried in Lex- weight nnd wnnted to show, not that ho ington the other day. a. ,nu.tfi uuM.ManuKor ;,,! rilviipa i. The inarringo ofMiss Mary With-ro- wns n better gardener than his brother, caoods Mrs. Cam. in niul m-- thi now of Woodfoni, to Luther ICastin, Oct. but that the Russell land had greater Mr. Dick- pabilities than the blue-grasStanford, Kv., KKiTKMiir.u 21, 18SS Kutc Hitililenir Iiiih just iccclvol. 10, Is announced. Miss Withrow was a . ' sdioolnintti of Mrs. Hugh lteid nnd has, erson is a noted sweet potato raiser and We Have Opened our Stock of A wliiti lrl lo apprenthis year has nn aero or two of very tine Publlaliod Evory Tuoadrvy rvnd Friday I Hindu numerous visits to her here. tice. Apply at oncuto Jiulce Tlios. V. Invitations are out for thu wedding Varnon. of Mr. John Dinwiddle, of Lincoln coun1'juu vKAit,ir-,vrvvrcj- c XKW ADVKKTISIDIKNTS. Tin: College has T pupils nnd they are ty, to Mi"S Jennie Tarkiugton. The cerO0Whcn not to paid 92, 60 will be chrsed,Hl coming iu right along. Tlio Seminary emony will be performed at Caldwell has !'. church on the L'Oth, Rev. R. 11. Caldwell olliciating. Ll'arksville News. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. A PATr.NT for n weight motor has been Miss Alma Hays, one of our handm tnJ ) 10 jm gnuittd Hen (J. Mullins, of Garrard, by 'train travr Rowland nt Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Everynd return at 6pm nml 8 40 p somest nnd most lovnble young Indies, thu ofllce at Washington. thing is new, . will bo niairied to Mr. J. W. McCurdy, L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. J,tni:r.TV. C. Warren will an excellent young man of Kam.as City, Hon. It. II jipm speak for the democracy nt Liberty next at the Presbyterian church, next TuesMail train coins North . 31 pin " " huuili. day at 12 o'clock sharp. Rev. A. S. Mof-fe- tt Monday, county court day. t'iprct train " South.. liJM'tn ' ..... l7rn will nlllcirito anil immediately after North .. ...630 am Not a ticket to the Harrison exhibi- the ceremony thu couple will take thu Local freight North... And every thing has been selected vi ith care, the senior mem...635 P" loiun tion nt Indianapolis was sold here, tlio' train for the groom's home. HUSTONVILLE, KY. 'I he latter trin alo carry taktcngeri. ber's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with Solar the railroad rate was ruinously low. '1 he above U calculated un standard time, bright-eyeTwenty-fou- r Are mill In the iuine and ready to do any. time i about o minute Uncr. line. We have a full tkiiiK In the d Swedish maidens, rung-in- g lock of Clin and CalHuf all kind and Kohet discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and Tin: Iilanche Stillwoll Comedy Co., Our hearte, which in MEAN3 BUSINESS. and an plump of cvcrydcicription. on short nonce. Mr. nearly in ngvs from It) to with band and orchestra, will hold the new can be obtained J. If. those who pay promptly at the end of each six months is especially butincst and will Oreen h.i charge of Wauhis niul jewelry repaired nnd boanls at Wnlton's Openi Houso Oct. II. ns partridges, arrived in NuW York Mon- our goods to any oneourneeding anything iniihow our day in a bunch, tiAving'comu over the line. warranted. A. It. lVinty. 64.tr desired. I'kytox I'aiiiiot has taken the ngency ocean blue to marry men they knew onTiixlrot jilaeu to buy drills, patent Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, inedieincrt and toilet nrtielcrt Ih at A. It. for the lA'xington Steam laundry and ly through epistolary correspondence, 1'ennyV. n?ks the patronage of the public in gen- - procured through a matrimonial agency. Huv your riclionl bonkn, ink, tabletH. niul. All but one of them will wed thu men Two Pianos, one Organ, two Wardrobes, two paper, pencilH and hchool Rtipplien of all they camu to, the fellow who wns to take Dining Kooin Snfe, one Walnut Kxtention Din Nkws comes from SpringtluliI, Mo., kIikIh from A. K. IV'iuiy. Hook. Case, one Urge Iledstead ing Tabic, one and Sprint;. 1 guarantee nil watelit-that Mr. and Mrs. II. C.' Hright aru re- her for better or for worse pioving n TankWire many otherPillows, lllankets, Coal Oil and every and thlnM. For cah these ar mvtli. of jewelry I noil to be jiiHtiw repre-Mtito- joicing over the ailvent of their third tides can be had at a bargain. Apply to ! AI.KX S. l'AXTON A. 15. lVnny. son. CHURCH AFi AIRS. Stanford , Ky 'Alio a clocks, pillws lllanktts and threvgood I i)iiitt to rent my property on Mnin PERSONAL POINTS. Methodist wntch word is "Twelve inatticitcs The street. Kor particulars and terms cnllon hundred thousand dollars for missionsin Mi Jt.sMK Hoc'kkii to vifltiiijrfrleiJtlH oruddrcbs W. II. Higgins. Mrs. C. A. 1SSII." SxVLE ! SAW at .1 unction City. Hoi Hies. Rev. II. C. Humphreys, of Itncas-ter- , Jksi: 'i:hi:s lias entered Cent nil aVlKO Land and StockSurreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, will preach at thu Raptist church Tin: United states Kxpress is the Tntversity nt Itielunond. As t desire to leave Kentucky I will sell atreat the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over Cot.. V. U. Vi:un Ih nttendinj: IiIh quickest, s.ifest and cheapest. Packages here next Sunday. sacrifice a saw mills complrie with horse butlers wag-- Klders W. L." Williams nnd J. G. and ao hone engines, a saw works, jo ox log wagcalled for and delivered nt your door. A. conference. on 3 a.horse wagons, buckboard, spring Livingston nre holding it lueeting nt Go- on and harness 3 jokes of cattle, 3 mules, 1 horse, Miw. (.!. II. McKixxnv !h vicitlnj? Mre. T. Nunnolluy, agent. grist mill complete, and my farm of j6o acres of m shen. It commenced last Saturday nnd Win. ItoyMon in (iurninl. imcii privaieiv Wi: lwiight an elegant variety of mil- there have been two confessions to date. anon lanu wen iiiuucrca, MARl'SMtTltj W. H. MiHoiiKiiTH and (5. I 1'enny f Ma wood, Ky. Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better liner while in Cinclnuitti and nre now The Ixwlngton Transcript says the wont to Louirtvillo yehterdny. prepared to have our customers call and organ was tried for thu first time in the grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the .Mit. K. 1). Kksskiiv lint Ikkii to nt lirok through ourstook. Courts it Cox. " Main Street Christian church Sunday, nest prtiperty for tlio year 1SSS. m trade. Gome and ee our goods before making your selections. NEAK STANFORD. Mil". LiKzii: IM.U)X, of btneaster, lins l.ovr. A tiiiinll open face lady's silver and worked mi admirably that 11 persons during the day. You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. been vMtiiitf Mrs. Mnttie Novlii". watch with small gold chain nnd bottle joined the church The Northern Methodist Conference As Administrator of thceuate of Chris. Schoep-ter- , Mil. .1. It. MiCi.miv Ih nttemlin tbe charm. Kinder will be rewnrded by deceaseed, with the uill annexed, I will on leaving it with Miss lVarlie Burn-si.I- appointed G. N. Jolly, J'. K. of the l.exHuj'tiet ArwM'intion nt lirodbead. ington district nnd sent S. K. Kelley to 26, 18S8 Mr. CS. C. K 1:1.1. t.it, Jit., of Hamdn-Inirj- :, Riirhourvillc; John Thomns to liaibour-vill- e MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. hiw boon visiting friend liens M , On the premises , sell at pistil At clock, 1' Woiik on the Highland and Wnynes-bur- g circuit; W. C. Judd, Corhin; II. D. au ion the Miw. .1. II. McAi.isTKit hits returned pike i" progressing nicely and will Ruidett, Hnrrodsburg; J. M.Cook, Highfrom a vinit to (rk'iuln in Ciuciniinti. ABOUT 102 ACRES FARM bo completed to Highland by October 1. land; T. J. Anthony, Liurol; S. K. to Mr. W. II. Miller tells us that it will be Hesmk IIkiii left Wedm-nlaMiss At Little Hit LkIc, near Stanford Ky , on which R. V. Whiteman, Middle-burIns death Chris bchocnter lived t the time nter Hauiiltou College at Ixiiigtou. an excellent nmd. offered J. W. Oliver, Somerset; L. 1 The land will bi first about 10 in 3 parcels as folHairy Mil". Moiir.iH K .nk ami lows- lit, containing lures and including a comfortable dwcllim; 2nd ccnlaiii.iii about 60 1 of J.J. Newland, dee'd., Hanks, Willimiisbuig. Wednenday. Tin: nn went to including athe I.Mc The Southern Methodist appoint- acres and 3d, including about 36 resideiiv.1of of the Knob acres decedent. Mil. Thomas C. HoiiD", of Iji Cros"e, are notillcd that their claims must bo of bis youth. filed with me, properly verified, on or ments for this district are J. Rand, P. !'.; land whole tract will then be offered and the best Win., in visiting tin The K. II. Pearce; Harrodsbtirg, K. DRKrega e bid accepted, A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Mit. It. (5. II ut., of thoSoinersetllank-in- g before the l.'Ub of October, ISsS. (J. M. Danville, cash, remainder in two TKKMS S. Pollitt; Porryvillo, W.IL.Ditzler; Davison, Master Com'r. was jn town Tuesday on busi-noInstallments, duo ri'tcctiily in 6 and u Co., N. Nipper, Salvisa, K. H. ctial by lien nu the land and notes wit'i nmnths bearing mu rest from date of sale. colnied pair, Rill Johnou and Marmati; Rryantsville, T. R. Cook; Stan-fon- l, good securityuU en Tin: Wam.aoi: lii'Tiiiiu: has been made ex-tJanuary tt, 183. lVijion M. ICvans; High Rridge Circuit, K. JOHNO. NKAL, ngent and is now at work at Nuw I In I.ou Teateis, who got drunk, fell out and Dec d Admr Chris, hell 63 "lit," made up while iu jail nnd when C. Itutchlield; Somerset, C. K. Oney. In vin Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by Ki 111:11 Jons Hki.i. (tusox is sjieniling they were lined ?" each by the wliio the Cumberland district J. K. Sawyer is SALE judge, Johnson Mopped up and liquida- P. Ii.; bunion, O. F. Duvall; White.sbnrg, a few days with his parontft, near Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s Bakery, Restaurant and. OK ted both assessment". K A. Mcl.ur; Huaml, 1). Hyiler; Hnr-lai- i, California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everyA, L. West; Manchester, to be supMit. Gkoiiiik Fisii mid wife, of llnxl-luathing in their line, such as Bread, R0II3, Pies, Cakes and the Best of Knisr Nvtio.vai. Rank, Stanford, plied; Crib Orchard, M. P. Morgan; Hazhave been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kv., Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Stihk. R. ii. Courtney, Ranker el Green, Joseph Gardner; Jackson, A. W K. ltniuooy. nnd Rrokor, l.exington, Ky., bus for sab II, AnderAs admini.tr.it' r M11. V. II. lliciiu.ssnnd mother, .Airs. Terrill; Campion, A. L. Oney; Stan- son, dit'd, with :ho of the estate ofI lien.on will annexed, v ill a few more shares of the stis'l; of this J. V M. Illgglns, nre luck from a few days' ton, Win. Derickson; Flat Rock, to be good conditioned and well managed SATURDAY, SEPT. 29, 1888, K. R. Party; Pine-villMay nt Ixmisvillis bank. Our renders should take advan- supplied; Frenchburg, R. ZIMMER, Respectfully, W. J. Poran; Reattyville, W. Oak- In the town of II utonvill, Lincoln county, Ky Mu, A. It. I'kssv was iu bmisville tage of this opportunity and communisell at public auction lo thu inchest bidder. Hie Wholesale and Retail. Drummers' I My, but was not particular- cate witli him nt once ns the demand for ley; Principal Jackson Academy, J. J. properly of the estate of Gio. II. AudeiMn, deed, Dickev. Rev. II. C. Morrison goes to asfollows; ly impressed with tlio jmnulo. this stock i" becoming active witli in. Knmk'fort; J. W. Fitch to Grassy Lick .IiiKtr. T. W. Vaiixos wont up to A lot of beds, he Idiuc and lurniiure, one seu'in niul Mt. .ion; J. S. Sims returns to machine and other hmioehold iMods, the 'arm of of An Old "Ciir.im." Mrs. H.J. MoRob-ert- s Whitley yobtenlay to get 11 - THAT llus about 8t aires about a half mile South and S. W. Peoples goes to Autnuvillc on tint Liberty turnpike, mid the test! has an heirloom in the form of an gusta. Richmond and Providence were oral, that is coal, for his land there. tutors' hiilf inleret in a mall trait of land on Mit. J. T. .Si'tto.v, of HuFtonville, has old chair, which has been in use iu her omitted from the published reports, but the Waters of (irven Kiver. is family since lT'ii. It is of an old design Dr. Kvans tolls us J. A. Ileiulen-otaken chnrgo of thu toll gatu on the Mr. Duttoti the tenant now on the l.inn will show returned there and I). P. Ware goes to it to any one do.irin to purchase. pike, formerly kept by Mrs. M. and is said to have been thu first one College Hill. Rev. J. It. Peoples will - IIAVK turning lathe. Save u move to btneastor and preach there ns Terms - For lliu personalty and Knob land a over made on Miller. credit of 3 months on uote with good secunly, MissTn.1.11: Ham. went Thursday to now bottom or two, nothing has been often as he is able. hearing interest for all sums ot fio nnd ov-- r but under that amount cnh. I'orthc frm, Ktrksvilleto spend a week with her done to it in the IRt years it hns been 6 and i cash on day of sale, remainder months FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. -- CFfriend, MIm Minnie Klliott, of that place. used. It was used by Daniel Roone nn notes with good sultrily, bearmtr interest from date of possession and possession to be ;ncn Jan. greatwhile he visited Mrs. McRobeits' - Winchester Sun. King Han sold Monday for 512,100. 1,1889. MKS'Kl'EK, J.X. Admr of Geo. II, Anderson, c. t. .1. Oi'td Mit. J. T. Uano, of lMllns, Texas, ar- grandfather. Adam Pence sold to D. N. Prewitt rived Wednesday nnd ho and his wife, I'uin.icSi'EtKiNii. J. A. Cnift, demo-cmti- u O sheeji at sW.-I- jer heifd. who hits spent the summer with her W. M. bickey bought of Kiddle, of elector for the Sth Congressional mother, Mrs. K. T. Rochester, will re- district, will speak at the following times Pulaski, Its mule eolts at $(15. turn home in a few dnys. Foil nr.XT. The William Hays house and places, viz: Richmond, Monday, Having secured the services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watchdaughter, Miss Mititin It I msiis.titr 'I'ttiiuilnv f iMrstwir with 10 to r0 acres, ns preferred, for S9. Mu. and Mas. ' . maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness ' ...1. 1....... !.. . c.stiiii -- ..., .Minnie, who it As administratrix of John!). Carpenter, deceasCl.lh 0rclmnl, We.lnesdav, Oct. II; M. F. Iteid. and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the ed, 1 will on Crab Orchard Springs, were in tlment A. T. Xunnellev sold to n Cincin- . n ' town Wedncsdny. Mr. Ochs Is the own- can elector is respectfully invited to at- nnt! party a car load of butcher cattle nt THURSDAY, SEPT. 27th, 1888, eye. er and publisher of the Chattanooga tend at each appointment nnd a division 4() tQ i;j !, Sell to the highest bidder the fo lowm; property, , Daily Times. John M. Hull bought of various piU - ' at tncfnrm ol the deceased, on the HiistonMllv ,V of time will bo cheerfully accorded. , 3Iii. F. R. Hamilton-- of Hartford, Ct., Speaking at o'clock v. m. each day. ties ill ltockcastle couhty 15 mule colts .liddleburg pike, a milts from ilustonsille: agent for the Life it Annuity Insurauco 30 head of t, 400 pound cattle, 30 head of 1,300 ut an average of $4:1.50 per head. pound cattle, 30 he id of je.irlmj: steers and heif CoirNTKiiri:iTKii. For several years Co., of that city, who has made several W. K. McAfee lost a full bister to crs, so cows, and calves, so brood m.irci 3 jcar (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) ling horse colts, a acd norlc mare mules, in its interest, nnd mndo pinny Davitl Rurge, who lives near Paint Lick, TeiraCotta. Shewima promising filly visits here son pound hoes a a year old mare mules, 150 KAVOKITE LINE UETWKEX THE NORTH AND SOU HI. friends, wns nt the Porttnrin House with has been a dealer in spurious coin and and ho Iind been oll'ered $1,500 for her. a lo't of thills, 40 head of ewes bred to 30 acres of corn 15 acres of millet. LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. a lino has done it so skillfully that ho has his father, Mr. R. W. Hamilton, Wukoileld, Mioroland & Leo bought 30 tons of hay, 7S4 bushels of wheat, ji shares of llustonville National Hank stock, 30 shares of old gentleman, nlso connected with tlio evaded arrest until Tuesday last, when n of J. C..st Monte Fox lid head of feeding IN J5 J HOURS. stock in the Kartncrs National Hank ot StanU. S. ninrshal, after n day's hunt, ran cnttlo nt SMK), weight 1,150. and household same company. ford. Alsofarming Implement Danville Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily and kitchen furniture. ' upoirhim between Crab Orchard and his Advocate. Terms made known on day of sale CITY ANfX.VICINITY. home and took him iu. He wns brought CAIUT-NTKR- . MKS. M. W. .Several hundred ewes hold this week THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. Admx. John I). Carpenter, Dec d. Don't forget the Fresh Oysters, Fish here nnd lodged iu jail to await orders to nt )5 to $.i. Pome Iambs have been It not rented before, will on thnt day rent the TIIK T.EXAS SHORT LINK. Rurge wns con- tiold for next bo taken to Louisville. 0111 ,ee t iiriti, ' contina 114 acres 01 .o. and Celery nt JT. Harris'. Minuuor delivery at 0 con s 3$. td (,'rass Lml n pietty good citizen by thoso per pound. sidered Winchester Democrat. CONDENSED TIMS TABLE EFFECT IN MAY 6, 1888. Oai.i. at S. II. Shanks' and sec the new not so well nciiuainted witli him. Charles Adams sold to ids brother goods he is dally receiving. ItKA-READ TJX DOWN. Dn.vTii. President Mark Jarman, the Josh his farm of 400 acres, sitiiated on TRAINS NORTH. TRAINS MU 111 goons just re "old fogarly," who used to pride himself the Danville pike half way between Dan-- ! A i,.it(u: lini! of new tall No. 6. No. 4. No. 8, No. 1. TXT tt. n. TToT Shanks', Call in nnd see on the statement that ho was tlio origin- ville and Stnnfoid, for $21,:V0. STATIONS. coi veil ut S. II. No. j. Dallv. Daily. j Daily. Daily. Georgetown Court. About !!00 catDaily. Ex. Sun. Daily. Daily, them. ator of colored fairs, tiled a few dnysngo, with fat heifers selling at $1! tle on sale, 600pm in Ive. ....Cincinnati .. .A'rv 640 a m 6 43 p m 10 33 a 17 a in 4 03 p m S no pill ut L'5, JO nnd SO aged about IH. Ho had un idea that ho Fhksu Ovstkiw e' 5 13 a in ........Hi... U 30 a ... Willi.inutown. ..!- -' 4 3i p m ... 51 a m! 3 47 p mi 9 35 pin 7 34 a - ..(eorctuwn,. 3 oS p in 4 to a in order, b. S. was the best known iiinu in Americn, to $i:2't per ewt.j yearlings of 750 to 800 a nn 7 oi p in 10 37 p in -59 cents pur etui. Leavo your m1:::::::- .. ..Lexington.. a 40 pm m 4 ISP'" 7 uoa d COMPANY 3 43 a jop m' 73s pm,tl 03 pn 10 15 a cliiliiiinir that his fair bills had made him pounds, $.1 to SU.IO; good a j3 n in S 31a top m Danville... 8 i) pinita 15 pm m 1 Myers. . 50 p nn to $:i.S0; best feeders, of t 00 pm j 33 a rn J 10 p m io a Juncliun City tiiominent in "thousands and thousands tii'ni $!. I5pm, 9 10 p 1230 a m it jja m Pll"1 . ., p a in 50 Someriet.... 05 1105am o? a mil 3j p '"l oopim Joi: Fitosr, a bnikemnn, was lined i10 of .States." Although unablu to re.td or 1,100 to l.IWOyounds, $1.20 to $l.!55; 15 pm 11 13 a ... 7 33 a m ... .Oalxlale.. a m' I'r 50 p rn I25 a m 3 1$ p ml Ar'v, ..Chattanaosa. .. .l.'ve 9 55 p nv 9 00 a in .... 1 in 4 ooa m 7 to .. , and costs in tlio city court Wedncsdny write, lie ran fur the legislature- in this calves nt $21 per head. 00 pin p in, U'vc, ..Chattinpoga.. .Ar'v 6 n. p m 850 a in b 00 tX iR V for drunken nnd disorderly conduct. 1 15 pm The Kale of the uffccU of Saiufoid Attalla ...Ar'v, 1 10 pm county u few years ago, but got only 10 . s m & int. 11 J5I 3 30 . 2& .145 pin 11 10 p mll.'vt . Illnniiisham, OCO pin 1 48 a 1111.. .... ,.Tuscaooa... fall votes, his colored biethren refusing to Frwin yebtirday was faiily nttendedand 9 to a mi 1 40 a ml. I iiavi: just received n big lino of good prices were realized. Farming imII 3$ pm 4 10 a nilAr v, . ...Meridian ... .t.'e 4 30 a m, 1030 pm t'.l 3 00 p m 6 33 a m 930 a in Ar'v, .New Orleans. ..l.'ve IJ V shoes of the Zeiglor Rros.' make, nnd in- support him. His last attempt at a fair plements sold high; fat cuttle, weighing pro . 10 MorHi in,, .Ar'v 3 10 a m I.'vc my customers to call nnd exainino was in August, when he wns to put his 1 6 vito pit. 900 a m I.'vc . ..Jucknon .. .Ar'v 400pm!. 11 10a llljl,'0 l...Vn.llmrj,', money, 1,:;00, brought $5.:W; feeders $4.00; iiiuuu against tlio stockholders' them. S. II. ShaiiKH. . in'l.'tv, ,. ..Monroe .... 1003 a 4 U brootl mares $05 to $150; Sy tt nt'., but on his demanding extra pay for his 8 ISP m Ar'v ,...SIirMpett... W1111.K in the city I bought nu elegant uorvic.si fluv kicked and the thinu col yearling colts ?77 to $0; pair work mules , u. No. 1.. Imvci dai-lN. U. Train No. 9 Ieave Oakdule at 5 33, A 11, tml arrive in ChatUaooga at t t i... Ln. ,... i!..i,iu. ..,, .i,..; SMI); hogs iro.Mto $o.P--'; corn m Held lino of millinery, which is comingin ir Chattanooga at 5 00. 1. M anJ arrive at Oaliilale at i 3j. ,m1 hn' " ",0 IH'r on iniiry stack. my lino can be poor old fellow. Everything novel in Mann llouiloir I'.uiTet Sit eplne Cars on all train, . Mr. Sam iJiekeison, of unssoll, sent D. (J. EDWARDS, C.w'1 Irt. ,V P,i. Ast. had nt my store. I eonlinlly invite nil to JOHN C.tiAUl.T, General Manager. .1. K. Uruco bought of Henry D. us by It. 0. Warren u cald'ago head that R OAK'IIOI I C'.tntr.il St'pcilnuni'rnt. my stock before purchasing. examineliterIOfll., H. 1'ul liuiloirg, W Until Uittl, Uaughmnn 111 feeding cattle at !!? cts. weighed Hi pounds and a couple of Mrs. Kntf Duddemr. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal! K.. noon MytTrt. A ! ciptr itt '' for " cunts nt MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. n, C.walton. " l- .. o NOW 3 OPEN, GOODS geat s. m m sa m Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, r 1 J. T. SUTTON" A I'ndi-rtaMn- SOT K PIECE OF OLD CO., rosy-cheeke- d, red-lippe- '"), wmm sAMiic SEVERANCE & SON. CARRIAGES nr-tu- le d. BUGGIES, MILL FOR - K'lnl-nnmi- 1 1 m 3S-t- FAEM FOB. SAT.TV e. Wednesday, Sept. of GEO. D. WEABENT, SOLM'G'R. Ra-me- y, g; - cn-dito- NEW! NEW! NEW I s Uw-rencebur- g, Onc-lhir- d ", nt g. PUBLIC d, FARM&PERSOxTALTY. FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE e, Sliel-byvil- le enr-loa- d PLEASE OBSERVE lhii-tonvll- lo M'ROBERTSSTAGG 11 one-thi- 1 A FUILlLi ABBOMTMlISKfT ,.. ,. ,., 1 l'-'- PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. 1 ,,,., -1 "' ,,'",,., ' QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. Soutli-dowubu- I j 1 J I to-da- y three-year-ol- f s - CREAM "yw" "il 1 1 7a . 1 "1 M 111 1 1 111 ttoifi lexingtomky. . 1 111 y. .,,,.. J &&&&& tl (.11n.11n-11.nh- tsfcr- - fmrit.n ... -- ..., z?mzE7w ..a zrix9mm.''vv-,rw9lmlll tmfrr,fTTmW,ri9Samift' It.l irinifi iiri.nir : fi 4J -- v'-Firr .V - i 'qwFggtjni i iiniifiiiuriiT il : MM tfrqwiio . w iJr ',- - iJ? "WfU j"' ( MMMHHHMMUIMIMHi mSflaaSMnSSBMSttaMMJ 1r$Wim't- - 'W mrmmmu f.yr ' ' r-- - 9 i A MAN'S REPROACH. When Into my life you came You kuvo mo no promise, yet stt'i Daro I chnrRo on you the shamo Of a pledge you liaro failed to f Ulfin ftild not each tono of your voice. Said not each look of your eye, "Measure my truth at your choice; No means of proof I deny." Wn.i It foi uothlnjt your glauce Held ltslf, flamo pure, to mlno? Needed thero fpcecli to enhance Tho strenRth of its promLe divine! Was thero no plexljjo In that smile, Dazzling beyond 11 eclipse? Only God measurer ywr gullo When ) on could to with those llpst You fall me, In ep! o of It nil, And smllo that r j promlJ you break. No word you have need to recall; Your self Is the vow you fortake! ArloEste In the Tbo Century. "Tvnii. we ought to havo a vino down there." "Down thero" wu-- s tho few square feet of soil which mndo up tho front luwn of our rosldencc, und as wo woro sitting nt the bead of tho flight pf brown stonu steps which led to onr front door, naturally wo wcro at some elevation over tho lawn, It was a relief to tne to find that my wife's mind was duelling only upon vines. I had joined n new club tho wtlc before, nnd I had Trcbeon thinking," Raid my wife, "that leen expectitigsome llttlo Interrogations concerning Initiation fees, dues, etc., till proffered so civilly and courteously that it would bo lmtwKsiblo to withhold the desired information, ullieit I knew that following such conjugal interchnngo of confidence would probably como u gentlo reminder that "wo must bo sure to lay in the conl in August, as the papers anticipate strikes next winter." I replied most cordially to tho vino suggestion, "A capital Idea. You mean it, of course, to bo trained up the houso front P "Oh, yes," sold Airs. John. "It v. ill hav to be wired up, you know, and tbon trained Vo havn tuken tha out nbout each window. bouse on a long leuso, aril it u ill pay to make such small improvements to tho propI assented with sufficient heartiness, still a llttlo fearful thut another silwe on my wife'a jmrt might evolvo bomo referenco to club matters. Hut Mrs. John was absorbed with tho vine. It nnd her imagination we.--e growing together. "I shall get some sort of frco growing Ivy, I think," she went on ntuiiuatlng. "I don't liko n big leaved vino or a sprawling growth clinging and up a house side close, sending iu blunder tendrils out in effective tracery of rich green ngniust tho stone." "Lil.e ft woman's lovo," I ventured, knocking tho ashes off the end of my cignr, and when too words rang out on tho ovol night nlr they reverberated through spuccuIUiu linfully flat note "If you ucan that a woman's love is n rich green," said my wlfo coldly, "I agree with you. The woman and the lavo uro both richly groon to bestow themselves upon tho average man. John," sho broke off quite irrelevantly, "don't road so many cheap 'novels. 8tick to your business nnd your clubs oh, by tho way, is thu i'cluam rvall.v ested spectator. "It won't do, Annie," I said, "Barker's Isn't strot'g enough. That bit of Imtany down In tho yard iherj wnnts n summer nt tho seashore, n winter in Florldanndn spring at n Herman ra. I would also recommend freo massage treatment," To tell tho truth, the vino waa becoming an Incu jus. Tho neighbors on the block manifested nn uncomfortable interest in it They looked iu curiously only nt llrst, then rather derisively, nnd now w hen they passed nn expression of contemptuous pity stole over their countenances that was not ngreeablo. Wo had lived so little time in tho neighborhood that I felt our reputation was not sutllcleutly established to stand this sort of thing. 1 put on n bold front though, and tried iu a mean, masculine way to shift tho responsibility. I mndo jocose remarks, loud enough to bo heard two doors away on either side, to my vt ife about her vino, and felt sneakingly better when I saw that such cowardly humorous efforts provoked n fleeting and rapidly smllo from either adjacent doorstep. I went further. I blush to say that I made that vine, nnd Mrs. John's hand in it, tho subject of a beer saloon story, and I can only offer in extenuation that it was a sort of family beer saloon on tho next corner, very cholco nnd exclusive, frequented chiefly by tbo adult mnlo residents ot tho block. We were all husbands nnd householders together, so to sixxtk, behind tho hip doors of that cool retreat, nnd as tho fellows, after I had set up tbo drinks, laughed hilariously at my nccouut I was led on rather further than my llrst in- but at tho end of a wee'.: ths vine still remained a passiro and apparently uninterplied, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve In the world lor cuts, bruises, ores, ulcers, silt rheum, ferer sores, tetter, cli.ip-peHands, chltMalns. corns and all skin eruptions, and potitlvcly cures piles, or no pay required. It Is gu irantced to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price is cents per box KorsalebyA U Penny, Stanford, Ky d Long-Standi- ng GOFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. ssssssC" OS)- Blood Dlsoasos aro cured by tho porsovoring uso of Ayor's Snrenparilla. This modlclno Is nn Alterative, and causes n radical clinngo in tho system. Tho process, In somo cases, mny not bo qulto so rapid as in others ; but, with persistence, tho result Is certain. Uetul theso testimonials : "For two jears I suffered from n Severn pain iu my right (tide, nnd hnd other troubles mused by n torpid liver nnd dyspepsia. After giving suviirat medicines 11 fair trial without it cure, 1 I began to tnkt! Acr's Hrtrsiiiwrllht. wan grently Wiii'llted by the llrst liottle, nnd after taking live Ironic I win com .John V. IIciihoii, 70 plctely cured." Mt., I,ovu!l, Musi. Last Mny a largo carbuncle broke out on my arm. Tho usual remedies had no effect and I was confined to my bed for eight weeks. A friend induced 1110 to try Ajcr's B.iisupnrlllit. Less than threo e lH)ttlei healed tho sore. Iu nil my with medicine, I never saw-- more IjiM-rutic- a cxihv-lleiic- ellt the following remarkable story, the truth of which is vouched for by tne residents of the town, I am 7j years old, have been troubled with kidney, complaint and lamtne's for many years; could not am free from dress myself without help. Now pain and soreness and am able to do alt my own housework. I owe my thanks to Klectric Hitlers for having renewed my youth and removed completely all dieae and pain. Try a bottle soe and Ji.atA. It, Penny's Drugstore. 1 Renews Her Youth. Mrs. PhrebeCheiley, l'eteron, Clay tifc"-- ' ''uisissstissL ..sSssssssssssssssV sHA-- l MA k IEnHft FBI rf"H M Co., loa ? RjCcsSKniSfflPNWp''ziSSEJSSBSBsismi. W.AT.T. sup-pross-ed Worth Knowing. Mr. V. 11. Morgan, merchant, bake City, Kla. was taken with a severe Cold, attended with a distressing Cough and running into Consumption in itshrst stage. He tried many so called popular cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Was reduced in fleih, ha J durkulty in breathing and was unable to sleep Finally tried Dr. King's New found rnmediate Discoery for hollies relief, and after using about a half well snd has hail no return nf the found disease. No other remedy can show so grand a recordof cures as Dr. Kind's New DUcovery for Guaranteed to do just what is Consumption claimed for it Trisl bottle free at A. R. Penny's Drus Stor ' Conu-nptionan- PAPER and FT7K1TZTT7HB. B. K. WEARENTo den medicine was the strengthening of my sight." Mrs. Carrie Adams, Holly Sprlngi, Texas. Another marked effect of the use of this Wonderful Results. COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. erty." startodP l "The PelhamP I related. "Oh, yes, the Pclham," floundering cosily and hoplesly. "I believo it opens shortly. I'll tell you w hat I'll do, isnn, about that vine. I'll stop at tho florist's in tho morning nnd tend him over tc hoe you" and then tho baby cnul nnd Mrs. John sought tho seclusion of '.ho second lluoi front. 'That is how tho vine started, or, to be strictly accurate, that is how the vino did nut Tho Pelbara was tho now club. night air was no longer cooL The cool start. moment surprised to discover a wire cable h bout inch in diameter stretching .from thu llttlo mat of turf inside tho iron ienco uwuy up to tho roof of the three btory and basement house, and, for aught I know to tho contrary, considerably further. As far as tho naked eye could reach perpendicularly tho wire weut. For a moment I said I was surprised, but a second glance downward showed mo a small plant, perhaps six inches in height, from m hoso very heurt apjwrently tho formidable length of tho wiro took source, "Ah!" 1 reflected with a smile, "Mrs. John's vino has becoiuo an established fact." And I muy as well state right hero that the vino teemed entirely content to exist merely in that capacity. At ilrst, of course, wo expected nothing more from it than to get used to its new drop its underground anchors, settle itself to work as it were but when a week had passed and tho vine hod not seen fit to tnko on a single additional leaf, much less add to its stature by eveu tho fraction of an inch, I ventured to ask my wife if sho bad curried out her expressed intentions and procured a "freo grower." "Ob, yes, indeed; tho florist selected it blm-vel- f ; ho said that it was remarkably prolific In growth, and that by fall it would mako a Juo showing." "Well," I replied, facetiously, "nil I cnu uy is the sooner it gets down to business tho better for tho showing." Soreral more days passed with tho interesting specimeu of floriculture remaining iu statu qua "I know what's tho trouble with that vino of yours, Mrs. John," I remarked as we were bitting again upon the doorstep after dinner, and as usual viewing the estate. "Whatr" asked my wife, quickly betraying her anxiety in tho mutter. "It's discouraged," was my reply; "you've given it too much wire f it's enough to take tbo ambition out of the most enthusiastic grower. 1 can imuglnu tho ioor thing gazing up that stretch of cable, saying to itself, 'What do tl.ey take me fori 1 wonder if they think I nui a Stnudaid Oil company vine: even an octopus couldn't reach that length,' and words to that effect. Vnu know how t is youtolf, if you will puiuon tho slang. Set joursc-l-i too much to do uml you feel at once uuequul to anything. Sydney timith says, 'TaUu short viows,'" 1 continued, wanning with my subject, particularly us my wife mudo no reply, "uiid it's good, sound philosophy, applicable to vines us well as people. If you Had carried tho wire up to the parlor window only, at first, and coaxrvl tho vino that far, it would have seen that, taking tho thing by easy stages, oven the roof was not inaccessible, ilut to have iu wholo llfo work laid out on tho stuit has broken its spirit, crushed its enterprise, ovorwnel...ed It's" "Barker's, that's tho name,'' interrupted my wife suddenly and wholly unintelligibly. "Jixcuso me, John, were you speaking J I've been tryiug to recall tho tiatno of a fertilizer Undo Joe uses ou his farm. I don't think this city soil is rich enough. The vino ueod more nourishment." "You might glvo it a course of cod liver oil or a few bottles of beef, wino nnd iron," I replied with some asperity. The fertilizer was bought and freely ap one-eight- Tho next evening when! approached my homo shortly before the dinner hour, I gave the promises the usual Inspection which a man is apt to bestow when he is rather proud than otherwiso of his place, and was for a That Hacking Ciugh cm be so quickly eurcd We guarantee il. McKoberts Six weeks went by. Tho mlddlo of May Si Stagg, Stanford; Crow A. Co., MeKinney; E. gavo place to tbo llrst of July, when, one W. Jones, Crab Orchird evening, my wifo met me with n, smile of Sleepless nights inade miserable by that terribl triumph upon her face, and, turning nw cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you around ou tha doorstep, pointed don n to tbo McKoberts & Stagg, Stanford; Crow Co., Memuch maligned ami heretofore immovablo Kinney ; K W. Jones Crab Orchard. vino. Catsrrh Cured, health and sweet breath tecured "Did you sooP sho asked, expectantly. by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. 1'rn.e 30 cents NasIdid.oee. Sinco I had looked at tho thing, & Stags, Stanlordji and I was sure I had glanced that way that al Injector free. McKobertsW Jones Crab Orch. Crow MeKinney, K very morning, tho stunted and incomprehensible trailing plant bad added at least flvu ard. Will you Salter with l)jspepia and Liter Com inches to its stature. plaint Shiloh s Vitaluer is guaranteed ti cure I "What's come over it, do you suppose McRo erts A-- Stagg, Stanford J Cruw A Co. asked in some trepidation, for the idea of that you MeKinney; K W Jonc, Crab Orwhard vino growing seemed positively uncanny. "I think," said my wlfo wisely, putting her head to one side, "that the effect of Barker' is cumulative, like opium. Tho vino suddenly feels tho combined force of all thst I have put on, nnd I don't mind telling you now that there is something to show for it; that I have pounds." And 1 think sho had, if it was Barker's that prompted the growth of that " fROYALH-yiS- Jl vine, for anything liko its progress I never saw. Within a week it had cleared the basement w indow and wm on a leTol with the jwrlor sill, nnd at the end of a Jittlo over a fortnight it was nodding a tendril of pale greun nt the second floor. It grew cloo with the wire, twisting around it as if to twist Itself further up. The pus.ers by noticed and commented upou it My w ife fairly basked and beamed in Its wonderful growth. My own feelings nUo underwent u chnuge, I began to refer to it as the vine, then as our vine, and at tho store I did not hesituto to say iioldly, "I have a vine over at my house," etc. The vino Itself attended strictly to business. When it reached the roof, as it did before n month was out, it grew wild for a day or so, sending out a long, swuying shoot; then it caught on to tho shutter of the third Bj BjK floor window aud began a me.uideringcourso lack to earth. All tho way dowu It swung S; out its tentacles, llnding n hold on anything a shutter hook, window ledge, or even a slightroughnws in tho stone. By the middle of Auguit tho houso was beautifully fesThis poardtr never varies. A msrsel ol purity tooned, and still tho original stalk was growstrength and whvletomeness More economical ing toward all points of the compus. than the ordirary kinds, and cannot be sold in Every man on the block euvied me that competition ilh the multitude of low test, short weijht alum or phosphite pouders. Sold only in riue. I telt that us n family and us n house-froK'. u HskiM, I'omdkr Co., cans. we were an ornament to the neighbor106 Walt Street, New York. hood. I always take a fortnight off tho latter part of 8optemlcr. I did as usual that year. My wife nnd children followed me out on the doorstep and nrrauged themselves iu a group as 1 walked off, gripsack in STANFORD, KY hand. I turned buck two doors away and Office 011 Lancaster street, in r .n recently vasaw them thus framed In the rich green of . I l'c. ii) tho luxurious vine. I felt proud of tbo en- cated by ilr bosity. by Shiloh's Cure. tentions. Afterward I regretted my ver- i ' J r "I had n dry scaly humor for years, nnd suffered terribly ; aud, as my brother nnd sister wero similarly nilllctcd, I presume the malady is hereditary. Last winter, Dr. Tyron, (of Fernniullim, lfla.t ) recommended mo to tako Ayer'a SarsapnrlU.i, nnd contlnuo it for a year. For tivo mouths I took it dnlly. I havo not hnd a blemish tion my IkmIv for thu T. :. As'lley, IK! last three months." Chambers St., New York City. "Last fall nnd winter I was tronbled with a dull, heavy pain In my side. I did not notice it much ut llrst, but It gradually grew worse until It boenmo almost tinbearnhlo. During the latter part of this time, disorders of the stum ach nnd liver Increased my troubles. I begun taking Ayer's harsapnrilla, and, after faithfully continuing the uso of this medicine for somo mouths, the pain disappeared aud I was completely cured." Mrs. Augusta A. FurbuMi, Herhlll, Mass. STMF0RD PLMIRG Flooring MILL CO. Lumber, h SldlngM, Celling, Flu tali lux MouldlngM, llrnckcts, Scroll Work, FranicH, SuhIi, DoorH, lllludH, Veranda Work, Etc. A. C. SINK, Superintendent. EDWARD H. FOX, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, C W. MtTi Lr t s MAVS METOALP ct HAYS, ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. IIAKIIOI'KVU LI and I'INKVILLK, K DAXVILLK, KV. II s moved to hit clejaut new builjins ottotite than eser prepared 10 the poslnflke and is accommodate the publn. with fine pn. lutes from photograph to hie me. Satisfaction guaranteed. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, riiKrAKKt) nr. Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Man. I'rlco l ; six bottles, J. Worth il a bottle-- ltter Will prscti e in any . uft In Ka.tern Krritu ky Examination, of Un.' litis s made atpetulty Any tlie trails f 11ml r, mil and mineral Unit f r sale, Inf rm1i r lur iithcd on any point and retpondeace toiimed. Ill If u-- ed F Mountain ILands I ! acre, more tr lfs,nf Mountain, Coal and Timber ljihd that I will W at a twreain I a litre mww rant tors furniture and unhare dertaking, lijrUnr or tintver". etWUimm For lurthvr f r 4da Thmcare hae 4011 whole wheat crop ufiVW. and will par tncah the !) not sell wilhoul it highetl marlct price rirviseeini: Superintendent Potts al Ihe Mill or T I KDMblt, WHIt drilled theunderuned Pres Stanford lloller Mills Co factor) pri'et jj To the Farmers of Lincoln and C. A. BENEDIcT&Cll, Garrard Counties- Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, ' The Stanford Kller Mills Cmpan anls pur STAMORD, K fr 1 1 order and Pump fumut-- ' to at i.d Informa-matiim.wr.- fli ji t. W MlllAl.l' ltartmirsillc, Kr LO"Z"ID 1 &o CO., ut To the Formers of West Lincoln, Casey and Elsewhere. FOP SAliS. House and 25 Acres Land Two miles South t Stanford on Neal's Creek W.CHAIO Address me at Carlisle, Kv FAR3I FOR SALE. prised, and Mtf On account ol farm contaimnj Having authnruaU bv Mr C C YaiiAi-dale- , proprietor of IIusuhkUIc K oiler Mill., a. o agent for lh purthase of hat m ihit mcipki I'or Drug. Medicines, the famems srup M IIks c.tuntr),! tall with vortdroicon jr old and trxnnd to i;et Mur Krescnmion prosnnur una esir fttendt of the fit mm puMU to tee we bef re e ut Staple gazing Ihcircrop Ilsvirg lvli rcctlv till t.l at aA horn, and to , line Clar. Article. Ac incrir :n,.MeKinney Twlsst J A 0lI.I-l.M- s . ifo to Ihe trade aboutI tcnty ynais. I am familiar in '' ' x wartalitrd, lliertfure, ....1 Or wifl attend to iHirilruj deiiartmesit , also attend to ieJ.rli .n h t I n.ll s'tt to Unlntl' e t the a lts I i,e fa iran.ter I the wants ol the suk, nl,;ht or da,, 11 . ern- jJ I' IjRK! N country McKINMA, KY. hn y'r (' itMht. ' ', t' - r piifiiirn y Absolutely Pure. 1 HBi BJFBjKII H bb VBmAIBTV !al health, ;i at res acre timber land near I') sale farminir land, well fur i oner my im- - i rnr STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE SlANrORII, KY Lebanon 1071. I'laiilnj; Mill. 10BO. M. Kinney, Lincoln county, Ky LAND FOR SALE. Kood 100 acres on the Somert and Crab Oorchard road halt way between the tw p'aces Well of water at end oi porch Half t earrd and jo acres In iras A good outlet for cattU-- , hogs V l". WALI.ACK, aud sheep Dalmey Ky J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDENT. Kiihteenlh ear hecmi nt c.( ii Monday, September 3, '88 CarefulU selected orn of leichers T" r instruction (5ood dl.cip me itrst ineth u Send for ilrcuhr A. S. PHICE, ih 44 A limn I'r 1 ;nct r I KHVNOV, K SURGEON DENTIST, STANFORD, KY., E.H.BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR., CRAB ORCH ARD SPRINGS Motel still maintains This old and its huh reputation, and its Proprietor is determin. ed that it shall be second to no cunntry Motel in the State in its Tare, Appointments, or Attention to his Jueit. lla;za ;e conveyed to and from depot free of charge' Special accommodations to Commercial Travelers. well-kno- Crab Orchard, Ky. ' D rt, Sat ,1 mis, 1 ratnet Casing, Hate M !! ingt Mantlet ra ktli I rr t Stain, Newe.s, crandat, Si re llaluttert, ;hevtn, Shingles, Litht, Cnunlers, Ihitii" Rouh and Dietteil l.utnner. Sender pruet bef 'ie t u)ingclehere. s.ig. lrni, ft.. s tire landscape animal and vegetable. "Good-by,- " I said; "take caro of yourselves," and then, glancing at tbo clambering foliage, 1 warmed to that "Wo must havo that trimmed down this fall and packed in straw," I called, nodding toward tho vine. Thero was a wagon passing nt tho moment, and I put down to tho noise of that tbo apparently garbled reply of my wifo. kit" Ut03? IWtOLACREAM A& ? OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. July tst Tine lltass and Strmj Hand in Atten!an.e fr m Rates treat!) reJjied to September tst wk and upwrar! J J per day nnd Sio THAT FIGHT C. K. Simmons. St Louis, Prop'r M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, Kst'4 'n the U. S Court DtrKATi J, Jl.Zellln.l'rop'r A.q.Mmmons Llv er Ilegulator, Ksfd by Zellln i3e. M. A. S, 1.. M. has for 47 tear cured Indioxstion, UlLIOLSNSSS. JJrsrtrstA.SiCK HiADACiiit.LoaT Stomach, Etc Hev, T n. Reams. Patlor.M. K. Church, Adams, Ttnn., writes:"! minx 1 triouiu nsve Decn dead but lor jour uenuine At. A. Simmons Liver Medicine. I have sometimes had to substitute twrl "Zeilin'a ttull" for vnur M.,11 ICsUHjfJ c,n bui,'t Joa'' ns'Acr the Tho Original Wins. iSj t'vas 0. THIS preparation, without injury .removi'sFrock- Liiver-Moic- s, rim-ples, a, acuL- - ion, THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Black-Hond- "I think so, too a perfect nulsjnce." My return was accomplished nt night The air was mild, though October, nnd after an hour or two of welcoming KoIp Ma Jobu and I sought tha doorstep while I finished my last cigar. "Oh, John, I did as you suggested bad tho vino cut down while you were away," remarked my wifo casually. "You moan trimmed down for winter," I suggested. A few applications will render the most stubbornly red skin eoft, etnooth and white. Viola Oroam ia not a paint or powdertocoverdefecls, but a remedy to cure. Tan. Sunburn and j4l THOMAS NKW.MAS, Manager, JAS C KINO, UesiJentSupt , I) I) KDMISTON. Citric pr V I and It it superior to all other preparations,drug-cists is guaranteed to Rive satisfaction. At or mailed for 50 cents. I'repaicd by THE LARGEST AND FINEST, HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES MILLERSBURG j MALE COLLEGE! School ! G. C. BITTNER TOLEDO, OlIIU, & CO., Ky S2.50 TO S PER DAY. ACCORD- - A Modern Progressive 'OPUl ForSiIent McUolisrts.t Stau's Sunfird, INC TO ROOMS! "Why, no. I had tho wholo thing removed Turkish .v Russian-- iiaths i.v iiorKL root, branch and wire. You spoko' just a you wore leaving that it ought to bo cut ! down; it wasn't worth n straw." I groaned aloud. Mivery, geed and Sale Stable, i "Yes, and 1 replied that I thought so too PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINS It had become u perfect nuisance; it wast1 breeding place for inusquitoes and spiders that got in tho rooms, and those dirty and detestable sparrows simply It, To 'WaBhington, Richmond and making iroro noUeand mischief than wus Old Point Comfort. tolerable. I was glad to hear you order its removal." My feelings literally choked my utterance. The next morning urnoiig some bills awaiting To Loulavllo and Oinciinnatl' W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. my return I found tbisi Wherejour daughter, will, .e lai.uht h w t he come true women, at well as thriutfhly niitru t U'-J- " Oravei, Editor Th U.iftut, .Memphis, Tenn, lays-- I received a narkurr of voCrl.lvvr Medicine, and hate used hallof it. It works like a charm. I want no better Liver Regulator and certainly no more of Zcllin'f mixture. y sad Chesapeake & Ohio ujerajmre, Address J7 SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. BAST I fl ItT.V C I'OI'K, president, or MRS S C TKUKHKART. I.ady Principal Mlllcrsbutj, Ky CHEW WEST T. BANTER' ! JNO. St, rERKINS I TOBACCONET. K. s - v John Ulunk. To A. Terraceyarden, florist May 13 To one vine, freo grower. Tl May IS To ouo wire for samo St CO May 13 To hours' work.. , too Sept. 1 To ono day's work cuttlag down Connections direct for all points in the , LONDON, K , WEST NORTH SOUTH-WES- WEST "NoTT AND "nTTT Daily Ex. Sun. to Good turnouts and saddle horses always for hire on reasonable terms London Is the most convenient point on the railroad to reach places in the 10 in the mountain section of the State i, MAKTIN. IIXOUMXAU, M.,.Ar, ijjj. Tine Kept 18 To renioTlng vine In cartloads o 00 1 00 S3 US in HrFix'rr.ov 13187, l.ve Louisville Richmond Dally. Albright Martin beg to Inform their manj friends and customers of the change In firm namt And besides this I paid a man 3.73 for Arr I.exinston White Sulnhur Stirincs. washing down tho house, Now York Times. Charlottsville'VMJunct; All from tbo Same J he. But tbo mineral water fako is nothing by comparison with the one which another street merchant is running for tbo benefit of Chicago's thirsty thousand. Ills specialties are: "Moxio, birch beer, mead and root beer." Ho is never particular about which of tbo four boveragea you drink, for ho make3 R8 much by selling ouo as another. They all como from the same jug, henco When ho first opened his aro all alike. 'stand, ho claims, ho kept tho genulno articles of drink on tap, but ho soon fouud that it did not pay. Tho birch beer would spoil, tho root bcoomo stale, and moxio aud mead Ho mado a fow inquiries wcro expensive. about them ss lth a view to aficertaining their component parts, and ho bit upon the decoction of Kama par ilia and molasses as a happy tnodluin. Ho says ho has not heard a single complaint about tho quality of his root beer or moxle, but, on tbo contrary, that be hoi frequently boon told that they are excellent. Perhaps they aro, Chicago Herald. Newport News Norfolk Washington Ilalttmore. Philadelphia New York Old Point Comfort Total 7 00 p m 6 50 a m 10 3J p m 11 50 a m 5 10 a m 10 d m 11 40 p m I p m 3 50 p m 9 00 to 35 a m 6 35 p m 11 00 a rn 7 00 p m 11 40 a m 7 40 pm p m g 40 p m 8 11 35 p m 11 '5 p m 00 a m 3 c a in 6 Vo a m Jo a m MARTIN fneuiSVlltt.Mtw AtBY CHIC & PERKINS, to Rtflfl- - i A NEW FAST MAIL Leaving lloth i The new firm hopes not only to sustain the reputation of Ihe old, but intends to make many the manufacture of tobacco which will be to Ihe interest of our customers. We will devote special attention to our Natural Leal brands of Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking you for past favors and asking for a continuation 01 Restpectrutly yju jour trade, we remain, MARTIN A I'ERKINS. j.m y . -1 m ', Lexington Division Trains run by Central tl me Main Line Trains east of Huntington run by East em lime, which (s one hour fai'cr than Central TRA1NS:-N- o. ii, dally Sunday, leave Olive 111114:45 a m; Aft. SterLexington 835 a in; arrive at ling 7 00 am! an we Cincinnati via Winchester 11 35a m. No, 1), daily except Sunday, leave Cincinnati Lexington SJSpm; arrive Mt. Sterling loop m;Olive 7I3P m; daily, HiUqJop m. Forge at 7 00 a mi leave Clifton No. 5, Charleston la 30 p m; arrive Ashland 5 40 p m; Cotnmbus 1117 pm, No. 6, daily ev Ashland 7 10 a m; arrive at Charleston niurn; Clifton Korge 7 36 p m. Pullman Sleeping Cars on all through trains. leave Nortork on MonOld day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 30 p m fsr New ork. For Tickets, Rates, Information, etc., apply to Icket office or address H. W FULLER,. V C. WICKHAM, Oen'l l'ass. Ag ReceUer. Dominion-Steamships LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Dally, Secures to Travelers, NOTICE I TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill tin Ihe town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal in nualilyof flour, we think the alliens ol to the county should have county pride enough Inpatronise and sustain the ame. We with to we are in the form whom It may concern that market to buy your wheat and corn and will al ways give the highest market price for same. We have added some new machinery 10 our corn meal department and can now make meal to suit any person. It cannot be equalled by any other mill in this vicinity We solicit a trial In our llour and All having grain in our line meal depirtmeut. for sale will please call at the Mill, where our will be found at all limes, who will give the agent best prices for same. Ilran and shlpuufl always W. N. POTTS, in stock. Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co 251 tf, "ADDITIONAL THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Ever attempted between the great commercial cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hence the fattest time and most comfortable trains between all points in the South, or to the West and Northwest, The counterpart of this train on all trunk lines is denominated The Limited Express. The superb roiling stock we employ gives patrons Unlimited Comfort. TAt all Coupon Ticket Offices In the South you will find our time tables and tickets. Say Motion, get Monon and stick to Motion, il you want to save money and have a pleasant journey. K O.McCORMICK, General Passenger Agent, Chicago. City Ticket Agents and Omcert: E. A. IIucknsk, 117 ath Ave., Louisville, Ky I. M.Torkknck, 11 Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio Thousands of dollars worth of hickens die every year from Choi-era- . U is more fatal to chickens than .!l other diseases combined. But the discovery of a remeay mat fositin vy cures it made, and to be d of efficacy only reiuires a trial, a bottle is enough foi one hundred chickens. It is guar, anteed If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned ald vour money will be refunded. -- has-bee- con-vince- n so-cen- two-third- s For sale by McRobxrts & Sugg, Stnnf. rd. t y