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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888092501 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. in. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. d888. NO. 65 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. p iii lRA.ISItt TIIIC TjOKIJ. LtiTTBIl Flt'OM OKOUUKO. I1AUNKS Luttvr from Dayton, Ky., continiifJ. Subject Col. iBKorooll'H rout of tlio live great dminplons of ehrmtlniiity. I do not clmrRO lilm with nny i.IhIioii Ho only faircity of mlroitnvrw in llil ly makes tifu of lilo Htronm'Mt jkiIiiIh. Wo nil do thlH In eontroverH.v rellioiin or Hocular. It Is part of argument to leave our udvornarleH to llncovor weakneKses and innkii tlieir bent of tlium. Perhaps trausitarent truth would tiiHCiOiW to an opponunt the weak hjmH In. our (jyutuiiw the "joint In our hnrntW Hut this superhuman jtMioroalty is not possible In n world wliero it would inevitably and abused; and bo tiilsundoratood could only have tho effect of weakening thu real streiiKth of what 1h HtnmK, and put tho very truth vo wish to inculcate, nt a grievous tlkulviintuxo with the very ones wo wish to win. I do not know-tha-t wo nre lwund to do this, with the world constituted as it Is. In tho millennium we can afford it. "For the present distress" we must take uvcrajro humanity as wo find it and furnish it as few clubs to break our beads with, as wocan; knowing as we do that the temptation to etrike I Is irresistible. il blame Col. Inner-sodo not, then-fore- , for cleaving with tenacity to the A ,, authorized, "winked at," or commanded slavery; polygamy; atrocious murder of women and children; and tho shameful slaughter of Innocent and helpless dumb brutes, which the "letter" certainly -- and the spirit ostensibly of the Old Testament furnlbh in such manifest profusion. He him an "emb.irass-inen- t of riches" '.here a surplus in the treasury, that he hardly knows what to do with. And he, with perfect fairness, and, I must hay, admirable temper, makes the most of his wealth. I suspect this knowledge of "unlimited resource" at of his apparent his disposal, is the almost unostentatious -s- weetness of tcmjHT. I do not suppose he has natui- nlly a better disposition than Drs. mid Mold; Professor Fisher, Judge Gladstone. IStil he Ill.iek or excels them one and all in this sharp controversy, in refusing to Ukotho iniThe sharpest tiative in thrifts he makes is In parrying theho hostile allusions, that alas! only betray a weak iosition. Tho strong have no necess-itto use such weaiwns. The weak oint in the fivefold nKlogia fcr Christianity from these distinguished men lies in the full, fatal but wholly un- nececary admission of tho facts in the case, as Col. Ingersoll presents tliem. .starting thus with an unconscious, but real betrayal of the .cause they defend, they henceforth llounder in a quagmire of indefensiblo explanations; like Dr. Talmage's nstounding exposition of the architecture of .Voah'a ark; or the g.istrie energy of Jonah's whale; or Judge Black's defense of Jewish chattel slavIN MEMORIAM. ery as a benevolent, divine institution; On tho mjl I f the J"l of July, iftSS, the death or else take refuge its "mysterious Provi- angel tprvad hit sable pinions oir the lie.lutidil dences," that confound nil right and "l.ymt Home'1 and stayed not hi terrible hand wrong, and leave poor humanity "at sen until hit icy finger hail touched almoit every of without rudder, chart or compass. I do Craitf, the household A. Hit first sictini mi Sallic daughter C. mul Alice the assumption a;ied nine j can. ofSho was a child Jofl.nn Tucler, not wonder, that, with rare beauty of such false ground, the infidel publica- and Intelligence, and the grief of the stricken fain tion association are quite content to scat- Ily seemed greater than they could hear. Just one placed wccL ter broadcast copies of this controversy, on herfrom the day the wctor's crown wasblending beautiful curls, its radiance was "campaign documents." A badly ing with that of her lather Just ns she always as conducted defense of a good cause would met him at "l.ynn Home" to lead him with prat destroy It more effectually than nny at- tling otce to the house, hc can sechcr meet ti in at the pcatly gates to show him the treasures she tack, however vigorous or plausible. had found in a sweeter home. Thcnffvt liaru tu ".Sivo me from my friends !" Who launch in the dark was that of the head said. of the family, that rhcr and grand "M said it". Never mind. It was well noble '"an, "If it had been an enemy, I could have CraiK Lynn. Scarcely had his feet touched the borne It; but it was my own familiar other shore, when Nannie llclle Tucker called to Grandmist ol Jordan, friend, in whom I trusted I" A las I for him Iout of the chilly and those strong,"Walt, arms loving pa, am coming," become will- where she had slept for four year wcroouMtretch-cnny cause, when its friends to receive her, and then oh such a glorious refully or unwittingly its worst foo I With tho very best intentions then, and a loy- union in Heaven. While our Imagination pictures scene our with alty none can doubt, these bravodefend-er- s tho beautiful the two ocr there,widows turns"Lynn bereaved sympathy to at Christianity have done it unspeak- Home" One of them our dear Alice, is bereft of of able damage with the very people they father, husband and both children, but our Heav wished to influence. For they could ac- enly Father docs not forsake her. lie has (riven n all to her. Trust him fulthat he will complish little by confirming those al- promise and bleedingbe heart and His grace w ill susly, torn Hut tho wavering tain you. Lonely ones, behold the beautiful ready convinced. have" been lost by shoals and tho obsti- chain of four bright, new links, four crowns of glo. nate are doubly "set in tlieir ways" by ry, four unspotted robes, four voices tuned to Heavenly praise, and know that the four death those untenable defenses of tho Truth. beds, the four Collins, tu,e four graves, are earthly It is not tho fault of the "Hlg Five" so things that are eclipsed by heaven's glory. Fol much as of tho aystem that held them low little Nannie's pleading upward ffae as her hand-tiewhile it sent them into the spirit left for the grand reunion, that you may and lengthen the them In the celestial arena to overcome a giant athlete. Vae chorus by.and-by-chain TryJoin feel, dear ones, that . to viclu I If there bo not a turn for tho betWhat tho' your hearts are yearling, For the loved of Ions' ago, tor, a tidal wave of scepticism will soon Hitter lessons sadly learning, tho Savior's prophesy: bring to pa From the shadowy page of woe. "Neverthelesf when tho Son of .Man If you've Jesus, Jesus only, cometh shall Ho find faith on tho earth?" He'll be with you to the end, And now that "a last word to Col. And unseen by mortal vision, Angel bands will o'er you bend. Kobt. G. Ingersoll" has been Hpokcn, ISAtlKL Tl'CKBR. which, to mo, seems buta Parthian shot, from ono in full retreat, yet holding fast The Babies Cry for It, with dogged persistence to his preconceived opinions men aro asking with And tho old folks laugh when they find Is there no divine, th&t tho pleasant California liquid fruit with perplexity: I moro easily highway In which honest manhood may remedy, Syrup of Figi, on the one hand becoming iakon and moro beneficial In its action walk without "agnostic," or, on tho other, hold to than bittor, nauseous medicines. It itrengthoni the Liver, Kidneys, Stomach, views nbhorent to thu loving heart, betcredo? or not? I ind Bowels, whilo it arouses thorn to a tor enshrined in human healthy activity. boliovo with all my heart there Is. hu For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. For tho sake of d .' mi-ro- t lai-niiii- ni manity let us hopo it may bo found. "Surely there Is a vein where tho gold is found," all buried in the dirt and rubbish of ages, as it now may lie. If I understand Col. Ingeisoll's strong point of attack It is tills: Thu Hlble, and therefore the "(Sod of theDlbjo, connives nt slavery; counten-tthvut'lunst, polygamy; and commands absolutely what men call murder. In the lurid glare of tliwn atrocious crimes, tho subsidiary wiongsof tho lower creation vanish, or sink into comparative insignificance; though, in themselves, they constitute a strong count in the indictment, as being also most outrageous and unjust. Col. Ingersoll Insists that his mental and moral make-ucompels him to go without a (!od, rather than have one Who did such tilings, or permitted them to Ik done, approvingly. For one, 1 confess that I heartily go with him here. And I think that, ulterior consequences, apart, every honest mnn on earth would make the same choice. When, however, the supposed alternative is presented, of believing it, or being damned forever, anyone will halt, and if there be no relief, would rather be impaled on the horn of faith than that of scepticism; Dimply because the consequences of the latter are deemed irremediable. The moment, however, his mind can shake nil' the incubus of eternal damnation, as Col. Iugerholl has done, ho recoil from accepting the dogma of this ferocious Jehovah, with an nlat rity that shows how strongly entrenched in the human heart is the unwillingness to believe in such a liod. Hut, on the other hand, if a reasonable explanation Is offered, that the imjiris-ouespirit of man can lay hold of, that will exonerate (iod from blame, then the strong temptation to throw overboard the existence, personality and work of (!od is gone at once. I don't believe men aro infidels by first choice. I believe all make n struggle, however feeble or inclh'ctualito know CJod. It is part of our make-upWe can't help it. Hut the "llcsh is weak;" tho "devil" is strong; the "world" is very alluring. Willi this trinity of evil against a man, how easily lie goes down! Kight here our gospel conies in; and I humbly hut firmly maintain that it does furnish a standing ground; a ikWimhi (, where men can find resthome rest, at least. And if it only set forth a povsihle ground to stand upon, that is something. And were that ground narrowed to a javelin's point, piercing each fi)t that stood tion it, that, even, would be better than tho dread alternativeno Cioil; or a God wo aro ashamed of, in our heart of hearts. Hut it does more than this, I contend. It gives us back, from robber hands, the birthright that I wen snatched from men tho God of LOVKnud Nothing Klse the God we really want and cannot do without. I only wish to live to ho used in this work of restitution in my generation; and to be remembered in" the grateful heart of tho.se who have been delivered from a bondage far worse than phvsical death. Kver in Jesus, Gr.o. 0. Haii.vks. soul-tried Anthony I hum still presents a mov- There lias been a reasonable to the call for aid for the yellow Ing spectacle, having tented the farm of fever sufi'erers. Perry Land, near Moreland Station. His The young men will give n hop nt address for the present is Teachers run besupplied with blank Walker it Doty's new livery stable Friday evening. This is a novel place, but claims for services at any time. Thevj a good one. had better see to this, as no payment Mrs. C. W. Sweeney anil Miss Kate will be made without a trustee's certifiWalker, delegates to the W. C. T. U. cate of work done. Teachers' receipts State Convention at CSlasgow, left for will Ije required for each payment. W. H. Huston, of Lexington, travelthat place (his morning. Klder Clint preached nu interesting ing in the interest of the Kquitable Life sermon at tho Christian chinch last Sun- Insurance Company, has been here sevday, on the duties of elders and deacons. eral days. I recognize In Hilly a vallie thinks it scriptural for the women to ued friend and classmate of college hold office in the eliurch. Some of the days, and enjoyed hugely the opportunisisters now wear a very suave, ty to call up the memories of "life's smile. young dream." (Seo. D. Hurdett, now prospecting in A party consisting of Misses Minnie Wyoming anifCoIorado, writes us a and Mattie' Dinwiddle, Mary"T. Green cheery letter, filled with praises of the and Annie McKitiuey, escorted by Mess, West, but the unwritten sentences be- James Harper and Calvin Carpenter, tween the lines betray his yearning for went to Hoylc Thursday to asht at the the old State, ever tho best among them marriage of John Dinwiddle, Jr., and all. Miss Tarkington. Miss Hertie Newland, The Xowb says one of its stockhold- of Danville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. ers has become correspondent for the I. James Taylor. J. Yes, having placed the News on a The sickness of several of our young solid foundation and launched it in the people is casting n gloom over our vilhighway of success, we have now enter- lage. In addition to the case of Givcns ed a larger field nud purpose pulling the Kennedy, reported last week, we liaVo I. J. through. to notice the serious illness of James H. Some of our lovers of music are talk- Cook and Fred Peacock, the last espeing of organizing for tin1 purpose of pro- cially threatening, being a pronounced ducing the Cantata of Hclshazxar. These case of typhoid fever. Mis Weather-for- d entertainments are always instructive is reported ns improving. and enjoyable, and as we have talent We had another tempest on Friday here to present this cantata in a charm- night. The storm fiend howled dismally ing manner, wo trust rehearsal will be- the lightning flashed in terrific splendor gin at once. and tho crashing thunder gave grandeur to the "war of the elements," while the What a highly protected lot is that of atmosphere seemed to be suddenly tho man who owns it horse. If he wants liquified and nouring itself out a ceaseto get his horse shod, he goes to the less torrent. The whole thing called up foicibly Hum's description of Tain Smith who uses n shoe taxed at ol per O'Shaiiter's night tide, in which lie says: cent., fastened on by nails taxed at 7t! " That night a child might understand per cent, which are driven by a hammer The De'il had business on Ins hand." taxed at lo per cent. The bits and all President Cleveland is confident that metal used about his harness is taxed at !() to 17 per cent.., while the harness or his majority in New York will not fall short of 10,000. the material in it is taxed at ."0 percent. The lumber his wagon is made of is taxed at '20 per cent., while the iron or steel axles are taxed at (i'2 per cent. The tires GEO. A.lllOMER, on the wheels are taxed nt hi per cent., fastened on by nails taxed at 7(5 percent. BANKER AND BROKER The farmer now climbs into his wagon 40 & 41 llroadway and 31 New Street, dtessed in his suit of woolen clothes taxNEW' YORK CITV. 70 per cent., with his feet shod in ed at shoes the material of which is taxed at III) percent., with n protected hat on his Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions and Petroleum. head and protected gloves on his hands and settles himself back, ciacks his whip UOUOHT.SOLDA: CAK1MKI) ON MARGIN 6j is; over his rig, protected from the tip of for explanatory pamphlet I'. his horse's nose to the hind part of his THE FLORENCE wagon, and starts gleefully away, feeling that the republicans have made this a highly protected country. Cleveland Plain Dealer. l have boucht the right to sell the Florence ' ' ' SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT I!I TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN 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 I have learned that there are rumors out that I don't intend to leave and sell out, but only advertise as a scheme 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 SFECTTLATIOIT. end WASHING MACHINE To Buy Goods for a Moro Song, nee-cessar- y. trvas-lir- e wish to save their clothes from Why. A noted Sunday-schoo- l worker all who may tearing incident to the old process the of rubbing and asked to talk washing. Take one and try it and be convinced. living in Kansas was once I'll not worry you about buying unless you are fulon ly satisfied n to its merits. to the children of a Sunday-schoo- l The undersigned have purchased the the subject of temperance. He is very Washing machine and afier a thorough Florence trial, we its worth, in adding our testimony earnest in the cause and wears a bit of take pleasurehesitation pronounce it ato success in and without blue ribbon as a badge of his principles. every particular, doing all that Is claimed for it: Dr. Wm Daugherty, Rising before the school he pointed to MrsS I' Salter. A. J. W. Wallace,I'crkins,Ilourne, Lewis C. Sine, Hill K. l.ynn, I.. I.. Dawson, C. Vanoy, his bit of blue ribbon nnd said: "Now, Duddcrar, J. l'eak, Gecirge l'eyton, Alex , Mrs. Amanda can any of you children give me a reaC. C Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. son why I am not a drunkard?" There E. Harrow, A M.Velandand mtny others. M.P.ELKIK. Headquarters at S. S M)ers' store. was no reply for a moment; then child ish little voice in tho rear of the room piped out: "'Cause this is a prohibition town !" Youth's Companion. Holtj-claw- Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish then there is no other argument Please be on hand as early in the morning as possible to avoid the rush SPECIAL CUT IN OVERCOATS AND LADIES' CLOAKS. 11 . Rich and Poor, I At a praver meeting in an rasi ;nuu in Mission the other day an n"sad sincerity"aiid without the least intentional humor in giving his "experience," thus summed up tho prohibition question: "I thought that I might bo nblo to reform if I could get away from the temptation to drink, so when 1 heard they had prohibition in Kansas I settled out there'; but it was no good. Why, in three weeks I found myself keeping n prosperous saloon." X. Y. Tribune. Sin: Was Dkcollktk. One of tho illustrated papers prints a portrait of a lady at Saratoga who has 300 dresses. A careful study of the portrait suggests tho inquiry as to why sho didn't put ono on when sho sat for her picture. Augusta Chronicle. "What a sininlo nnd modest bathing suit Mias Spider always wears," remark ed tho minister. "Yes," remarked Miss Veracity, unconsciously, "You will always find n girl modest nt tho seaside pounds." when sho weighs only 8-- d I'rinco ami Peasant, tho Millionaires and Day Laboror, by their common use of repthis remedy, attest tlio world-wld- o utation of Ayer's Pills. Leading physicians recommend theso pills (or Stomach ami Liver Troubles, Costive-nes- s, IMMouxno.s, and Sick Ilcadacho ; also, for KlieuuiatUm, Jaundice, and ; conNeuralgia, They aro sugar-coate- d tain no calomel ; aro prompt, hut mild, in operation ; and, therefore, tho very best niedtciuo for Family Uso, as woll as for Travelers nnd Tourists. "I havo derived great relief from Ayer's I'llls. Flvo years ago I was taken so 111 with 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. 1 d Mad dogs aro a terror to everybody So was tho chicken cholem until Gan-ter- 's magic cholera euro was introduced here. Sold no cur), no pay" by & Stagg. Mc-Robe- took threo boxes of Ayer's I'llls ami win entirely cured. Sltico that titno I ntn never without a box of those pills." Peter UlirUtensuu, Sherwood, Wis. "Ayer's lMlls have been in uso in my family upwards of twonty years ami havo completely verified al that Is claimed for thutn. In attacks of piles, from which I suffered many years, they afford greater relief than any other niediclnu I over tried." T. F. Adams, Holly Springs, Texas. " I havo usod Ayer's Pills for a number of years, and havo never found anything equal to them for giving mo an appetite and imparting ctturgy ami strength to tho sy.stum. I always keep them In tho house." It. D. Jackson, Wilmington, Del. " Two boxes of Ayer's Pills cured mo of severo from which I was long a sufferer." Emma Keycs, Ilubbardston, Mass. "Whenovor I nm troubled with constipation, or suffer from ions of nppctito, Ayer's Pills sot 1110 right again." A. J. Kiscr, Jr., Itock House, Va. "Ayer's Pills aro in general demand among our customers. Our sales of them exceed thoso of all other pills combined. Wo havo nover known them fall to givo entire satisfaction." Wright & Uaunoliy, Sau Diego, Texas. that I was unable to do any work. Rheumatism I IDIRU-Q-Q-IS- lOI.WTHSr xko M JL jBJJJLjL 11 9 &c JEWELEB. T DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &0. Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Kver brought to this market. Prices lower than the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry lie. paired on short notice and warranted. HffirTrrt TBSSSSSFsVr" Oil of cinnamon will cause tho of warts, however hard and large they may be. There will bo no disap-pearan- Headache, co pain. Syrup of Figs) Ifflo (Do KUPMlir9 Is Receiving His devil-oppress- Is Naturo's own truo laxative. It Is the most easily taken, and the most oflectlvo remedy known to Cloanse tho System when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Hoad-achColds, and Fevers; to Cure Habitual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For Bale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. e, MERCHANTTAILOR FALL AND Ayer's Pills, FIUCrAKKD BT & Dr. J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mast. WINTER GOODS. Give bim a Trial Sold by all Dealers in Medicine. Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, f - ..i,, I'll' H1 . ,...,.,.,. IjllHWl! .,,,, , p,l)p ,,.,,,.,,,. ,.,-- , . iiufwwInilKUM '' - rffTT-Tff-- ...,.-- . ! . .:- - ;iH''.'.'j fi' f ' - ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Stanfohd, Ky., Seitemiibk 25, 1888 W. P. WALTON, Thk great Carlisle says of the bravo and truo man who occupies the White llouyo: "I think I may say without that I have ji tolerably fair acquaintance with Grover Clovulnntl, and know soinutliiiiK of his opinions, somethiiif of his Impulses, something of Ins purpose." to serve tlie people anil the country; and I may say here, without reservation, that I have never known a man, in public or pi Irate life, who was so anxious to perform his whole duty to the people and to the country as Grover Cleveland. He may make mistakes, as all of us mako mistakes; but I can say to this people that never, so long as he occupies that presidential oflicc, will he knowingly or intentionally perforin an act or recommend an act to the injury of any part of the people of this greatcoun-try- , v.. t tfV w burned early Sunday morning. 31 horses and mules 17 cars and 2 chariots were consumed. Ill All from 5oe $5. The Lower House of Congress has I am Agent For the practically adjourned. Eighty out of a The local editor of the Richmond Regmembership of are keeping up a COAL, ister, Mr. Clarence E. Woods, devotes a semblance of a session. Tho others are AnJ will keep it constantly on hands In my yard, half column to a notice of the Kentucky in Stanford at home looking after their fences. Press Association minutes, recently gotAlso Llmo, Sand and Hair. ten out. by this office, which the secretaMT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Give m n Call tlilH ry highly appreciates and hereby grateJOHN II HKiOINS, 11. II. Conn is in from Missouri on Stanford. fully acknowledges. whether they be laboring men or business. capitalists." This is the manner of man Our marshal nabbed two young men NEWS CONDENSED. the democracy rails on you to support. last week for jumping on trains. Marshal Bazaine, of France, is dead. Most all honest men will do so. Wm. Pease rested over Sunday with Win. Warren, a noted actor in his I have Dtirchii.ed lumber yards of Mei.rt, Jailer Arnold. Plain old drunk. George O Weaten and I M llruce and will open Comprising Extensive lines of Newost and most Fashionable Ladies' The leaders of the political prohibi- day, died at New York, aged 70. & McKinzie have their Thompson Gents' Boots and shoes. Children and Baby Shoes, Rubbers, H&SimL Five men were drowned by tho uptionists in this county are mainly repubhouse packed and jammed with new Etc- - Men's Rubber's at 25c, Ladies' do. 25, Misses' 25. ia.nrA""ndX licans, who would do anything to ad- setting of a sailing yacht near llrockville goods. 2t Mr. Nearcn. S G HOCKKK ijtyr of the g. o. p. They Ontario. vance the interests J. R. Vowels, of the Signal, has re An Indiana man, who tried to wreck are well aware that their man Xooe ! turned from a trip to Louisville and Nelstands no more chance for election than a train, was given 10 years, notwithstandson county. a powder-housin hades does of remain- - ing he failed. Tom Argerbright, in a row at Liv- THE GESTS' FURNISHER, No ono can soil you RESPECTABLE Goods Choapor. Wo Hon. James Denton was elected in intact, and that the only possible re ingston Saturday night, sprinkled Faydoubt if you can find anyono willing to moot our prlcos 513 4th St., Louisville. suit of his candidacy migfit be the defeat county treasurer of l'ulaski, over J. S- ette Whitley, u negro, with bird shot. in Qualitlos NEARLY Good. of McCreary, yet they aro willing to do May, 1 1 to 5, Another life lost through carelessThefathionsof the day in the Cent.' Turniih. S. L. Halloway, an engineer on the by draw what they can to encompass it ness. Sunday evening, as the south Incline will alwayi be found in my .tore. I am iui: votes from him which properly be Cincinnati Southern, was run over and bound passenger was leaving Uriiiiunctts, agent tor the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the be.t Laundry in the world. loni: to the democratic party. Let no cut clean in two. a section man boarded it to buy some Viewed from nnj etmidjumit. Nothing bolter can be had. Now you know pay the exIt took S315,saj,4JS to democrat be deceived by them. Tho refruit. After riding a few hundred yards, will do a deal of prohibition penses of tho National government du- lie leaped oil and fell under the wheels. publicans us and tho (loo In, for wo have told you tho TttUTH without nicarepro talk, but when it comes to voting they ring the last fiscal year. MT. VERNON, KY. sentat'on. Both legs were cut on" near the knee. The U. S. Envelope Agency at Hart- He died generally stick to their first love. It is that night. T only the men who really belong to the ford, Conn., wade 433,029,000 envelopes ThiioM an J Hotel i stilt maintain TH-SCT.AT). TTOTJXX, A in the eastern portion ins its fine reputation. Charge, reatcnalle. Spedemocratic party that seem willing to during tho year just closed. of town, belonging to Willis Grilliu, was cial attention to the traveling public. The President has appointed Gen. discovered to be on fire about throw away their votes in a hopeless o'clock Al. V NEWCOMB, I'rop., Walter C. Newberry PostmasteratChica-go- , Sunday morning. contest. . Mt. Vernon, Ky, It with a stable ownto succeed Mr. S. C. Judd, resigned. ed by Mrs. M. C. Bragg was destroyed. republican speakers and writers The Tho Senate has passed the bill creaendeavor to hoodwink the ignorant by ting a Department of Agriculture and The house contained a stock of colli ns LONDON, KENTUCKY, Baying tho importer pavs the tarifl'and providing for a Secretary of Agriculture. and two kit.s of valuable tools; loss $000; incendiary. The matter is being invesnot the consumer. The importer simply The democratic caucus of tho House tigated and probably the firebug will be CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. advances the tax, which ho afterwards has decided to prolong the session until adds to tho cost of the articles imported, tho Senate gets through the tariff tinker landed in jail soon. Thoroughly Kenovated and Refurnished, and every man who buys them pays the ing. Fare and Keatonahte Price.. Day and night DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Prof. Jameson, who was engaged in Trains arc met by i'olite .'oricr3ot this I'opular tax in the mlvniiccd prices that tho tariff Judge It. 1. Jacobs presided as judge Hou.e, occasions. Bear it in uiiiitl always that organizing an expedition for the relief of Stanley, died of African fever at Bango Friday and Saturday in the absence of the tariff is a Uix and that it is finally Judge Morrow. paid by the consumer, and give no heed las, Africa, :itt(3.R Mr. J. It. Meltoberts. a brother of' The shaft in tho Michigan gold fields to republican liars, whose only hope- of 14 feet deep and over Si'O.OOO Misses Maggie and Sallie McUoberts, of regaining power lies in deception and is now Two Orjan. two ardroU-ntwo worth of gold has been taken from it in this place, was married last week to Miss Dining I'lancM, one one Walnut Katriuion Dinchicanery. KoumSafc., Sylvia Abbott, of Greely, Colorado. Mr. ing Tabic, one Ilfik-- ate, one larc lletUteail less than a month. and An exchange very truly says that there spring.. and next day the C. it O. McltoberU' home is at Fort Morgan, Col- 'lankWire many oilierI'lllmvi, llUnltn, Coal Oil anil tiling. Knr ta.h thoc aris no issue in this country between free will sell excursion tickets to Old Point, orado. ticle, can be had at a bargain Apply to AI.KX S I'AXrON trade and protection. The issue is be- the last of the season, at $12 for the round Mr. John J. Yei&er arrived Friday Stanford, Ky Al.o 2 clock, pillw. Illankctt and thrvc kikx tween excessive and reasonable taxation. trip, good till October.lS. Bon who is srom Texas with his brother iiiattreMc Between the present war tariff and a reafrost inn low stato of health. Mr. Heber Wiggins predicts a sonable reduction. Between free at Jacksonville early in October Oct. 2d Craft, of McCoinb City,Miss., is in town. and protection on manufactures to flth. It is to bo hoped that for once Messrs. John Robards and A. M. King NEW liUTCHEK SHOP. and taxed raw material and protected his prophecy will be fulfilled. have purchased an interest in T. P. Curliave ojienml n liuulii-- .Imp at Kowlaud in goods. Any man or newspaper that says Mrs. William E. Murphy took a dose ry's drug store. Rev. II. C. MorrNon llie Kerrill Mure Iiouh and am prepared lit furni.h this is not true, lies, and does it for tho of chloroform and died on her husband's left Saturday for Frankfort, where ho tlie pub ic uitli a'l kind, ut m.i.ii., fi.li and nj I in their wstwui i'l continpurpose of deceiving and cheating the grave at Kansas City. She could not will take charge of the Methodist church. ue ruiitmi; my uauoli At driiwruic meal tu my customer, in Stanford and vicinity for no other live without people of this country, and Mr. E. B. Thiele has returned fiom New of her heart. M. K. KLKIN. purpose; but it will fail us sure as time The olllcers of the New York State York and will shortly open a merchant continues. S. O. DAVIS, tailoring establishment in the room formFair, at Khnira, refused to permit St. John, of Kansas, to make a pro- erly occupied by Ed. Flaig, jeweler. The bill to make the Department of PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Agriculture one of the executive depart-- 1 hibition speech on the grounds. "But suppo.-- e Mrs. Cleveland should MT. VKJINOX.KV. There are now 15,81. periodical pubments of the government has iiiMed both V" Tom Ochiltree. L". S., an increase of over Houses, but the senate refused to pass lications in the Oftiee next door to Whitehead! Drue ''tore. Well, suppo-- e she should. One of the House provision in it, to give the 1,000 in n year. Kentucky has 20 dailies, them would be named Thomas Jefferson Special attention given to dnea.cf of children and 178 weeklies. department control over the weather 4 semi-- , Theodore Bonta, n counterfeiter par- Cleveland and the other one Andy Jackfcervice, and a conference committee has son Cleveland. The former would setKENTTtTCBTSr. been appointed. It will likely compro- doned the 17th by President Cleveland, tle r in Now York and the latter in Indipolireached his homo at Harrodsburg from mise tho difference and then some ana. In lifcM the democratic ticket would tician, who knows no mora about farm- the Detroit prison, Thursday morning, read thusly: For President Thomas I will deliver to regular t uttcmcrt In Stanford and vii inity every morning ing than Horace Greely did, will bo ap- and died of consumption Saturday. Jefferson Cleveland, of New York; for The democracy of Indianapolis had ! pointed to sit in tho cabinet as the repAt Andy Jackson Account, mint be paid at the clo.e ofcai.li week its second campaign parade Saturday. resentative of the farming interest. of Indiana. 11)28 tho ticket would or when customer iiiit Mxteen thousands uniformed men pass- R E 1IAKKOW 7 In 10IJ2 and O'Bkadlky, who alwaysmanages (.,i the reviewing stand, on which Gov bo On. tho democratic ticket would be: For to corral a credulous reporter when he Gray and other candidates occupied the President Andy Jackson Cleveland, of goes to tho cities, has been telling a Com- - j,lm.ert 0f honor. Any man Indiana; for man that tho republican Mre.Sher-outloo- k jhe bill proposing to give 10150 the tickFirst-Clas- s. in Kentucky this fall is very fiat-- , j,iJm'a pension of was defeated in who can carry New York. and et would bo tering for the republicans, who will tho lower House of Congress, by objecnot only reolect three Congressmen, but tion on tho part of Representative Chea-dl- Thus you see, if Mrs. Cleveland should, mako a gain of two. Tho general is great of Indiana. It is well somebody had it could not but work well for democracy. The solid South will bo on hand to on loving to hear himself talk, which he tho manhood to present an objection. hold iii her end of the log. Upon having learndoes without thought, never It is reported that tho Kentucky Louisville ed to think, and without regard to tho Midland, which is being built from Frank- that you may depend. eft CO., truth, never having been built that way. fort to Paris and has the charter right to Post. HUSTONVILLE, KY. go to tho Tennessee line, bos been bought The Heaviest Man in the Woiii.ii. oraCan't some of our In to by the E. T., V. &G. for 0,000,000. This Hauson Craig, of Kentucky, is probably Are still the the hu.Incis nnd ready havedo any thine In tors be induced to come to Lincoln and will give Undertaking lino. We n full it a competing lino with the the heaviest man in the world. His stock of Catvs and Cahkutt of all kind and Kobei give our people somo good old democratof every description, Our hear.e, which is nearly Cincinnati Southern. weight is given at 702 pounds, and it re- new can be obtained on short notice, Mr. J, If. ic music, that will do them good? "Jim" Twenty oxen, 40 Southdown sheep, quires :7 yards of cloth to make him n Green has charge of our business and will show our good to any onu needing ant!iing in our McKeiuic, for instance, might mako us a 150 lambs and 1,000 gallons of burgoo, suit. Ho is (i feet 1A inches in height, is line. a visit, if tho electors aro too busy to vis111 years old and besides tho dainties tho ladies weighed 11 pounds at it us. Tho Central Committee must .not wero tho sacrifices offered on thebrought, birth. R. B. political When two years old he took n neglect us, as it seems disposed to do. altar at Erlanger, where Carlisle, Black-bu- $1,000 prize at the baby show in New SUCCESSOR TO and others addressed tho people. York, tipping tho beam at 200 pounds at Aktek holding a convention and canTHE HATTER, vassing tho question, tho Texas republi- Wo had hoped that experience had taught that time. His father weighed 115 lbs. M'MIOHAEL, New Orleans decided not to nominate it State tho leaders that barbecues should fall in- and his mother 122. cans 611 4TH AVENUE, ticket, as there was no probability of to in des . LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. A briito named Bohan, who uouued election, and adjourned. Tho Texas reThe tops of pino and spruce trees, are both his wife's eyes out, was let off with publicans aro probably no better than a now utilized in the manufacture of pa2(1 years, in Now York last week. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Tho majority of their party, but this concluper. The discovery is of immense value, poor woman was led into tho court-roosion shows that they aro much wiser, Stock of-to testify against the fiend, but she could as it makes marketable a vast muss of SwoiE gives it out that hereafter not bo mado to do so, trying instead to what has hitherto been waste material. Col. he will not debate with bucIi "scrubs" mako it appear that tho cause of her Hereafter the branches of all evergreens will bo gathered and after a process of as Ilallam, Rhea or McKenzie, but if tho blindness was purely accidental. steaming to extract the resinous matter, I'.vcr brought to thn city of Louisville, now open to buck up against democrats wish him Tho Libby Prison, at Richmond, Va., Carlisle, Beck or Blackburn lie is ready sold at auction last weok for 511,000 to a will bo ground into dry pulp, which may including the to do 60. Pray what lias this Ariupstcud Cincinnati man. Somo mouths ago a bo shipped to any distance. KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S, HATS Miller been feeding on that he has grown Chicago man, who evolved the idea of Should a republican ask you what the Andalsomy own Importation of Knglish Hats great? removing it to Chicago, and numbering democratic party has done in tho inter- and Caps, An elegant lino ol Canes mid Lyon's Tho Deaf and Dumb Institute at Dan- each brick bo that it could bo rebuilt est of the people since it came into pow- Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. I'ine Will keep constantly on hand a largo and seleat lino of Furniture thero, and put on exhibition, bought er, you can tell him that it has restored SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, CAPS, ville has 120 white and 2(1 colored students and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low as such goods wo learn from tho Deaf Mute, which re- it privately for 2;j,000, but after paying over 100,000,000 acres of land to the pubGloves and other Furs, a specialty. Orders can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be consumed publication with tho opening of a fourth down, he failed to conio to time lic domain for the benefit of poor setof city solicited, perfect satisfaction guaranfor tho balance, hence the public sale. tho session. vinced that I sell lower than tho lowest. tlers; it has paid 150,000,000 of tho pub- - teed. Don't tail toordernNOUUV HAT. Tub terrible yellow scourge increases and widens its devastating touch in tho stricken South uiul tho cry of distress and dispair which comes from there is The total number of cases in Jacksonville reach nearly 2,000 and the deaths over U00. Numerous cases and deaths having occurred in Decatur, Ala., the inhabitants have fled from their homes till less than 200 of its white population remain. Many of tho cities nnd towns have established strict quarantine against it and the other infected points and maintain it with armed soldiery. Louisville alone has opened her doors to the refugees and thither they are (lying for life. The accounts of the sufferings populace, and fears of the which appear in the dailies, is enough to melt the hearts of the most obdurare and cause them to do all that money can for their relief. heart-rendin- g. panic-stricke- n Bristol, Va., was nearly destroyed by flro Siturday night. There are said to bo three cases of yellow fever in Ixmisvillc. James C. Hopple, a well known Cin cinnati wholesale grocer, is dead. Tho radical Senate promises the long delayed substitute for the Mills bill this week. There wero ton deaths and 133 now cases of yellow fever reported at Jack- sonville Sunday. An Indiana woman has brouglit suit for divorce against her husband because he spit in the skillet while she was cooking. Tho stables of tho Consolidated Street Railroad Company at Columbus, Ohio, lie debt; it has reduced tho expenses of the government $15,000,000, thus saving a nice little sum for the tax paying peo ple, and at tho same time has paid out for pensions more moiiev than was over paid before in tho same length of time; it has repealed tlie odious tenuo of olllco act; has reduced the fees on postal mon ey orders and extended the benellt of the free delivery system. But wecannot begin to enumerate all it has done in one issue of this paper. SEASONABLE STYLES IN FAL.L, AND WINTER GOODS. We Invito Attention to our Complete and Carefully Stock of Selected F023, SALE. DKUO S TO UK, with good bu.mess, on easy easy Icrnu Can .how lie.t cali bu.ines. ol iinv IlrtiK Store in itie country Ciiuc of scllini;, il l.OCK IIOX Nil 77, health. Addre.s f Lancaster, K). j8-t- MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS Shirts, Collars. Cuflb, Ncckwcnr, &c. . 1TEW CO AX YARD. SUPERIOR LILY the Approved Styles The Largest Stock of to 300-od- d TRUNKS In & VALISES Section of the Country. LUMBER YAEBI FOOTWEA IR,, as WOOD WALLACE, THE PRICES ARE LOW e ) THESE GOODS ARE BARGAINS. US, PEOVE TJS, BE NEWCOMB wcll-Vno- HOTEL. store-hous- e 1 Respectfully, Sj-l- JACKSON HOUSE. CALDWELL & LANIER iDAJNT'SrXI.I.E, KY. r'ir.t-cla.- s ao;-t- f. , SAJLE, , 58-- T. R. WALTON f & SOMERSET STREETS, fever-killin- g 1 r tho-ma- n i.-t- f ex-Go- v. Mi 1 77-t- f. ice, ice, xcE STAFFORD, 15 Vice-Preside- nt Clove-elan- d, Two Cent Per Pound j j mercial-Gazett- o i Vice-Preside- nt Prices Always Reasonable and Goods e, J. T. SXJTTOIT silver-tongue- d GOOD EMPTY BARRELS FOR S.SXE. 1 6.1-- GEOGHEGAN, SE FUMITURE STORE ! HUFFMAN, PM0Po m MaVCJK Times-Democra- t. -- FALL HATS, world-rcuown- en-tir- o out-sid- e r. 11 MHBW mn&tmmuln r.Wnitmi)nm.u mm iwn'tuf.u."'imwV.'iii i.. I ..,.., 'IR's'jllt'l J IIJHWWI.. ...I.K.WIMI. StSlaUtHtemiMiMMetMH fm tlMIMIHIlMHM rf" Semi-Week- Z !. A GENERAL BATTLE. Nook, the prohibition candidate for Congress, was speaking to n small crowd Tho Marshal at Jcllico Shot in Attempting when our reporter left latncaster yesterta Arrest Bill Lyons, who Is also Til 111:1: No. liMiorHo wheat thills for day. He is not a taking speaker by any Shot. Others Wounded. C.WALTON, UUS.MonURur wilu chi'iip. I. M. Hruce. means, but is a man of pretty fair presS'icUl Dnp.itJi to the Interior Journnt ) O.M.L nt S. 11. ShatikH ami &ee tliu new ence. Jki.lico, Tilv.v., Sept. LMth. Marshal Stanfoiii), Ivy., Skitemiikr 25, 1883 Kootla lie in ilaily ii'celviiit;. Tiik report that a man had been found Woolwino mnde nit attempt to arrest dead in a field, near Mr. John Rright's, Call in ami see the new t?oo1ri Mrs. on being run down proved to have origi- Win. Lyons, of the notorious "Lyons' PubllBhodEvory Tuortduy nnd Friday Den," this afternoon. Woolwino and Kate Dudilerar Iiiih just receiveil. nated in thu finding of a man in an un- Lyons were both fatally shot, and K. A. AT A LAimi: line of new fall goods just re- conscious state, who upon being revived Do Funiac was accidentally shot by oth32 PICK VMAU.1KADVANCJS ceived at S. H. SlianUs'. Call in and hco said his name was Hathaway and that' er parties taking part. A general tight he had taken too much morphine, to took place. Ureal excitement prevails sTWhtn not o paid $2.GO will be charced.".! tlium. " which habit liu was addicted. Unfortu- and more trouble is expected. Hox. J. A. Craft, democratiu elector, nately it didn't kill him. k.c.l6caltTmecard.' Jos. Owkns. will Hpcak at Crab Orchard Oct. 3, at 10 ly Interior journal A noon S. H. aiyi-ro'-. (.'i'iir nt 1! for 0 cents nt I in NOW OPEN, We Have Opened our Stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Every- Miss Maria Theresa Worthiugton, thing is new, It. C. Waiuikx has removed his law ofL.&N. LOCAL TIMt CARD. ne if the best In Lincoln Co , fice to the hack room up stairs of Col. of Danville, ami Mr. J.J. Bethel, a proml?TVtC2 1? fruit farm inent IOiiisvlllo tobacconist, will bo amiZllVitlO. I .1J Acre; jo Acre aold Octo ,l 31 pin Welch's building, on lauicaster street. 135 Acre. l'ooJ knob l.iiul, Kill U- Mail train joins North, .. . bcr 11 senu lor mil with complete information. 31pm married on tho 10th. :sauin II. II. KIiik, MorelanJ, Ky ..11 571'"' I ittim: Main rent my Kiprcsstialn" houth am Miss Annio Stephenson, daughter o' . North ' .' rn street. Fortoparticularspropeity on call on and terms Local Freight Notth Mr. Logan Stephenson, of Kaunas, willbe I have moxed f ,? P m And everything has been selected with great care," the senior memSouth or address W. It. Ili'ins. Mrs. C. A. united in marriage y y passengers to Mr. Charles The liner trains al lime, Solar Holmes. ber's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with Southward, and they will make their The above iscuKutated tin standard .. time i about to minute fatter, Tin; 1'nited Slates Kxpiess Is the home in Wichita, Kits. To l.unc.utcr itrcct npuoslle the Cotirt'Houti: discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons vith cash and At Marshall, III., Rev. John Holston I alto keep a lotol IIKILK 011 hand ready for nalc quickest, safest ami cheapest. Packages MEANS BUSINESS. W. F KAMbF.Y. aged A'2 years, and Matilda Pierson, aged Stanford, Ky. those who pay promptly at the end of each six months is especially 1 juvM'lry rvialri'l ntul called for and delivered at your door. A. Watciieh 80, were married. Thegioomis of meT. Nnnnelley, agent. desired. wnrmntwl. A. It. lVnny. ... dium height and weighs l.0 pound, M. D., y Tiik l)ot place to buy lniK".t PnU',t of Wk bought an elegant variety Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, while the bride is nearly six feet tall, A. u. nutllcincfl nntl tolli't urtlt'U" ih STANFORD, KY. while in Cincinnati and are now weighs 'J.VJ and has a sou older than her lVimyV. books, Ink, tablet', prepared to have our customers call ami huslraud. Having removed to this place from Libcrtv, to Uity your practice hit proleition, calif the attention o? the patter, ihmikH ami chw HtiplilieM of all look through ourstock. Courts iCox. public to the fact that lie ull be ready at all hour CHURCH AFFAIRS. kintlH from A. It. lVnny. day or nljjht to aner call, in town or country. arThirty yearn of hit lilc were spent in Stanford and Tiik Harnes P.ox seems to be neglected I euanuiU'eall watflifxaiid every divntt it tpeak hit ability at repre-eentvt- l. The ltuisvillo Conference meets at hephvtician unneic.ary to A uli.ircolof thu patron of late. Do not forget that it is still in ticle of jewelry I wll to bo juntos a and turcon Leb'tnon this week. A. It.' l'enuy. ukc of the people of Stanford and vie nity it asked the p'jtoIlice and that the good evangel-N- t f The tlrst quarterly meeting of the by him. has to have money to proscclitu his PERSONAL POINTS. Conference year will be held by the new good work. presiding elder, Roy. J. Rand, next Sat- PUBLIC SALE OF A dOOD LIKCOLK FAIUt, J01: S Joxiw lias tfono to lAwington. Tiik creditors of J. J. Nuwland, dce'd., urday ami Sunday. Mut. H. 1'. Uwm.ky hoi been ijuUt) ill, are notitletl that their claims must be Kltler W. L. Williams passed homo And Hied with me, properly verified, on or rom (Soihcii yesterday, having closed but 11 Improving. 1 will tell at public auction on my place on the Nichohthville, Miw. Su.1.11: Wkij.ii, of before the loth of October, 1SS8. (t. M. ftho meeting held by him and K'der Liv- Danville and lfuttonvillc pile, l(miletfrom the Miter place and ), mile (rom Moreland .Station, K. lWtnmii. iHMHltnik'Mnt.J. Davison, Master Com'r. ingston Sunday night with '.'1 additions. and convenient to churchet and tchool, on bat (Jim.nt, of Mi si Klder Ocorgo Darsie arrived yesterTiik colored Odd Fellows will run an 17, 1888, been vimtin Mr. Jo,' Severance. day to assist Klder John Bell Gibson in Mitt. It. (i. II n, f Somercet, is up to excursion toCiuciiinati, leaving Itowland the protracted meeting, which commenc- My Farm of about 315 Acres of llluc'Grax Land. About ?j acre, in culiv.uion; 23 acres ill timnt it o'clock next Thursday morning, for atteml Mis Alum Hays' iimnin'. ed Sunday. Two services will bo held ber and the icmaimler in grass It ha. on it a Mii.Li:iloft Sun.lay for S'J the round trip. Jesse J. Thompson is daily, at frame duelling, containing 7 rootnv. The Mil Jtuixll. a. m. and 7 i i. outbuilding! arc roomy and in cood repair. Farm , to be koiiu heveral one of the managers and tickets can be I'anliamlle, 11 well watered w be - John A. Chappell writes that Rev parts and then as '1a lie plateandillthe offered in three procured from him. nj,'(;repate weeks. holding a meeting at Mt. Ol- taken Term, madewhole, on day belt.ale. John Ijng is known of Camp-11- 1 git en immediately, or at the purchaser Mas. Miiii'iiv nn.l Mit Nerlo To Tiu:T-PYi:iiSix per cent, is ivet, near Otteuheim, which is largely returne.1 from ltoek Unrtlu Spring itdded by law on all taxes not paid by attended day and night. Quito a numAt the tame time and place I will tell my personal property, consisting of a good farming brood yehtenlay. November 1st. County Court day in ber have been converted or restored. Marcs, both ol them in loal lo a jack; one sikhI and harness Mift Ihrrni: StsiMiMii:, of Panvitle, November will be too late. I have no and The amazing fact that of 1,000,000 laddie and one 3vcar-ol-Horse, Horse,one 'i.irao Kill V one b.ih leen vlriitinj: tbo Misses Vniy. ami discretion in the mutter. The Auditor Southern Methodists MX),0X) are women old work mare Mule, dweanling Mul Colt, 6 or 8 of Milk Cows, a lot ot )oung Cattle, consist- head other friemls here. charges mu with the additional (I per Is shown in the report of Mrs. 1). II. infjiu steers, miters anil calves; a lot ot llojrs Mitt. Hu'LKV, who hut been none all cent. T. D. New land, S. I,. C. of the and Slmatt: a cood lot of Farming Implements Corresponding Secretary and Household and Kitchen Furniture; 8 lo la Itu-- I hummer, returneil with Miss M ami tons Women's Missionary Society. The so- smallof Ilmothy and Millet Hav, n lot of Oats, a lot nf Wheat and n lot of Com Last Cii.i. I'oit Town Ta.mis. Again I ciety last year raised :? 10,7:.'! 1.03. It y ti her mhi'h yestonlay. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale John UiiltillT, . In., it helling kooiIh for urge thoe people who hnvu not paid J 1. LAND, T. I). English, Auctioneer More'and, Ky FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. shanks now, ami feeN much moie at their town taxes to cull on me and pay I S 30 boe hires will Lc sold also them, or he teady whtn I mil on them. home than in hunting down The 1ttonia races commence next This it positively the last call ami you .rn, ! McCunly, of Kantas City, will save both co and trouble by pay- Saturday. Mu .1. M. A. D. Root sold in Cincinnati a car vestenlay on very important but- - ing them now. tioorge s'. Carienter, arnvetl .AIho Lh lid mitt Stock. load of fat hogs at !i cents. AND new, which he propoos to transttetto-ila- City Marshal. As I desire to leave Kentucky I will tell at great hold to Bill Prewitt a car T. J. Foster sacrifice a saw mills complete with jo horse boilers at high noon. The Lincoln Coun- load of fat hogs at oj cents. Attkntios Cm-iiana ao nurse engines, a suw works. ox log wag M11H.C. W. Kiioikii hnt hoiio to !' wagons. : b ickuo.ird, 1 spring wagAd. Catron boughtof J. S. Owsley on i ty Club is hetchy allied to meet at the on hiiu iiurnos 3 jukes ui tame, 3 mulct, norse, Ky., to attend the marriage of Court-Hou"- e ilucah, for $210. grist mill complete, and my firm of c,6o acres of mules MEDIUM AND next Saturday night fortlio a pair of s her hister, MIn Mapjlo llarris.-.N- ow J. F. Citsli sold to Tone Hunn a car- noli land well timbered. Wulsell privately purjioto of electing delegates to the conMART SMITH, Courier-Journal. lbnnv Cor. f Ma) wood, Ky. hogs at .'it cents. Louisload of W11V (i. M Kin.nsv, who is with the vention of club, which meets at ville Oct. I, and for the transaction of J. II. McAlistorhas bought in the L v N.at Ilecatttr, Ala., has not been other business. J. W. Alcorn, president, last two weeks Hi mule colts at $". fever settre, heard from since the yellow J.S.Owsley bought of B. F. Hay-de- n by K. C. Walton, secretary. NF.AR STANrOKD. ami hit parents are very uneasy. - 7 l.isvpound cattle at :.j cents. llspiM-- i I iiitoh M. D. llrtiinw was over from adAs Administr.'t;or of thue.tate of Chris Si hoep-tei, attention is culled to tlie Home raised timothy and clover seed deccasccd, v.itb the will nnncic J, I will oil Sunday in chanje of Jailer vertisement of Caldwell it Ijinier, dealLtma-ti- r pure and clean, for sale by F. Reid. pursuutive-powersoers in Men's Furnishing (ioods, Hats, s.im Hothwell, to use his 26, 1888 W. B. Hill bought of Josiali Bishop Col. Hill to make a npeeeli at IJoots, SIhh's, iVc, Danville. They bun- '20 head of mule coltt, IS mares and ' At a o'clock, P M., On the premises , sell at pub!) Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, dle only the best of goods and those w ho horses, at SOL auction, 111c the mtinVntlon iiuetiii: yestertlay. n the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over patronise them will lliul them H1rt.i1 Mixiin. A. K. ItKXXV and A. S. I). J. Curry it Rue sold 'JO yearling FARM ABOUT 102 ACRES A share of tbo went up to Paint Iiek Sunday to in- and aceonimotlaling. mules to John Tewmey at SIR!. W. S. At l.ittle Plat I.uk, near Stanford Ky , on which f his death. vite Itev. I ton Helm to preach at the trade of this county Is respectfully solic- Biewvr shipped 2 Chris N.hoepter Incd .t the s of hogs, The land will bo tir.t offered. time p.'rcelt.as fol1113 Prcbvlerian church next. Sunday, with ited by them. Jo pounds, for which lie paid lows: tst, containing .iIhhu id ,ure and including weighing -ul lomaininr, about 60 a comfortable duelling a Mew of HerurliiK his services as n'lMi Hairodsbnrg Democrat. acres and Including the late residence' of thu Different styles and pricss. Our stock consists largely of the better Kii.i.ki). John Wilson Clemens, a sec- J1 cts. lar patt ir. decedent 3d, including about :6 aires of Knob Wlieat sold at Chicago Saturday for land. pasboarded the south-boun- d grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the Hit. O. II. M Itomtiiis, of Liberty, has tion hand, 'I he whole senger train at Iomlon Sunday, purchas- SI. I.ast year at this time No. 'J spring aggrega e bidtract will then be offered and the best accepted. tk tided that Stanfonl is the best place Come and see our goods before making your selections. ed 10 cents' worth of peaches from the wheat sold there at about 70 cents, tho cash, remainder in two trade. TF.KMS nfter all and has returned, with his fam- range for tho month of September being equal installments, due re.iiectisily in 6 and 13 profertsion, ami his newsboy and was waiting for change secured by lien on the land and notes with You willbe astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. months Iv, to pntctiee his good security bearing iiitt'rc.t from date of sale when the train start.'d. When it hail (!7j to 72 ccnLs and tho average (i!c. frit nds liero are ttlad that he has. See Possesion given January 1st. 1I80 sold to Price Thorn iv MiClintoek attained a high rate of speed he attemptOHS'O NF.At., advertisement eNewhero in this issue. Admr Chris. Sthoe'pter, Iec d. Hudson, of Boyle county, IS mules at 6.1 ed to get oil' and was thrown to the MRS. J. P. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. ground and both legs caught under the S107.'0aml delivered them yesterday. J. CITY AMD VICINITY. g entirely over K. Kern sold to John P. Darnell, of Sawheels, one car t i t liiMint in endless variety at Courts them, so mangling them that amputa- vannah, Ga., 11 big mules for Sl'SOo. OF Paris News. 4V Cox's. tion was necessary. He died shoitly afThere were 1,.00 cattle on tho Mt. FA11M& PERSOiYALTY. operation. Don't forget the Fresh Oystors, I'ihli ter the m Sterling market court day. Thos. Wood, and Celery at. I. T. Harris'. -Dkatii. Mr. Mack Humnan, under- of Boyle, sold .15 cattle, weighing 1,170 . At admlnistratcr of the estate of (ico. II. Anderfeeders son, dee'd, with thu will annexed, I will on large pales are advertNtftl in taker, received a dispatch Saturday to pounds, at S:i.0:t; 'J8 1, N'l MCiioi'H forward a casket to Williamsburg for at $.'5.05. Feeders sold at 1; work cattle tliis isuo to take place in the near fuSATURDAY, SEPT. 29, 1888, A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Miss Kate, daughter of Congressman 1 J to I and common stock at 2 to .!. ture. who died of typhoid fever. Rev. Yearling Millies sold at $71.75 nml aged In the town of Husionville, Lincoln county, Ky. Finley, i ell at uublic auction to the highest bidder. tne Tiik tilllcers and pupils of the Deaf John Bell (iibsou, who was called to ut $100 to $125. Sentinel. property of the estate of Geo. 1). Anderson, dec d, as follow : Institute have sent S'JlWVi to preach tho funeral discourse, says the and Dumb LAXi'AbTKitCoL'itT. About 100 catto bo forwarded to young lady was universally loved and A lot of beds, beildine and lurniture. one sewing the Courier-Journon tho market yesterday and nearly tle machine and other household goods, the farm of everybody turned out to pay her the last all sold. Most of them were rather in the yellow fever hiillerers. about 85 acres iihout a Halt mllesoutn ol Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by on tho Liberty turnpike, and the I tribute of respect. .Sho was 21 years of fer,or fmkrH 1)1(l 8ol(, u, from oj to ;ij. half interest in a small tract of land on Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- 3 Bakery, Restaurant and Lost. On the Stanfonl and Ijuieaster the Waters of Green Kin-rago ami last session attended Hamilton A lot of mules changed hands; aged pike, a small bundlo of books. The tindCollege, sickness preventing her return mules brought from $100 to $105; cotton Mr, I Hilton ihe tenant now on die l.trm will show California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everyer will receive reward for them returned It many one desiring to purchase. thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of this Fall mules from $75 to $110 and inulo colts at to C. L Held, Ijtncaster, Ky. and Knob land a Terms. For the Plug horses brought credit of 3 months personalty with good security, Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. on nolo Tin: democrats of Dig South Fork are from $40 to $00. bearing interest tor an sums 01 $io aim over out TiiKinenuir was away down below fair. preparing to organize a club and have a from $10 to $50. Crowd cash. For the farm, tinder that amount ,'0a yesterday. The usual equinoctial J. C. Caldwell sold Wednesday to Nel- cashonday of sale, remainder In 6 and 13 months the first week in October. arrived" on time and gave us more big 108 flno on notes with good security, bearing Interest from Morris & Co., Chicago, storm date of possession and poscssion to be given Jan Mr. A. L. Mclnally, 0110 of tho movers in son, R. ZIMMER, Respectfully, J. N. MLNKFEK, lbs. J. C. et 1,1889 rain and much thunder and lightning. Mr. it. C. War- cattle at $5,:!0, weight l,r00 - " Admr of Geo II Anderson, c t. a. tho matter, has written Wholesale and Retail. Monto Fox sold to Wakelleld & Lee 10 Sale to commence nt zo'cloek, sharp. Spkakinci. Charles K. Powell will ad ren to como and assist in tho organisasugar mules at $105. Charles K. Cald.. dress the citizens of Rowland and vicini-t- tion and tho other ceremonies. (Sen. well sold his farm of 74 acres, on tho nn iimhlhitioii. at Cherry Orovo Wolford will bo on hand and it is to asPleasant Hill pike, north of Danville, to -- THATchurch next .Saturday night at 7 o'clock sist in his election principally that tho Mr. Wallace, of Fayette, at a fraction will bo formed. Of course Mr. in worse club Danvillo Advocate. per acre. Tin: mail service was never As administratrix of John 1). C'nrpenter, deceasWarren will be on band. I To is 0110 of over $75 dipt. T. A. Klkin, the owner of tho ed, 1 will Oil condition than at present. Utters and tint good kind of democrats that can nevHue stallion, Aithur Sims, gave $00 in papers aro carried by continually and a er do too much for his party. THURSDAY, SEPT. 27th, 1888, HAVE cash to tho best of his get at Lancaster mailed in London Sunday night letter were 15 colts in the Sell to thu highest bidder the fo lowing property, 15. L. Kwkm, alias the "Little yesterday. There has not reached us yet. at tne; firm of the deceased, on thn lliutonville .V a Uv'd Hog," has donned tho war paint show and a liner lot, judges of horses Middlcburg pike, a tntless from llustoiivllle: efs, via:. Remember tbo sale of the and Saturday pounced down upon tho informed tho writer, they nover saw. 50 head of 1,400 pound cattle, 3a head of 1,200 -- CFpound cattle, 30 head of curling steers and heiffects of John I). Carpenter, deuM, takes inoU'ensivo citizens of Highland and vi- Tho tlrst premium was $40 to tho best ers, ao cow and calves, 30 brood mares 3 yearplace at his lato homo Thursday next. cinity without previous announcement, colt; the second $'J5 to tho best iiorso ling horse colts, a aged work mare mules, 3 mare mules, 150 a") pound hos stock, flno cattle, homo and inulo so far as wo know. Last night ho was to colt and tho third SJ5 to the best'maro Rank - n lot of ilioats, 40 head of ewes bred to Southby tho stock will bo sold. It will bo to your have held forth iitthoCourt-Housohercolt, ami was won, respectively down buck, 30 acres of com is acres of millet, to tons of hay, 784 bushels of v. heat, 53 shares of following gentlemen: It. I F.lkin, .1. It. interest to attend. but wo went to press beforo tho hour fix- Collier and Joseph Bobinson. lliibtonvtlle National Hank stock, 30 shares of ' stock In tho Farmer National Hank ot Still-formeantime, (.low Alsofarininj implements and household AViiile in the city I bought an elegant ed for tho show. In tho furniture. Having secured tho services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watchnnd is at his post in Washington, Tho steamer Kuturia heat her for- Terms Mtchtnknown on day of sale. lino of millinery, which is coming in dai- McCreary made ho was chosen mer record across tho ocean by 5 minbusiness maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness MRS. M. W.CAUI'F.NTKK. ly. Everything novel in my lino can bo attending to the Ad nix. John I). Carpenter, Dec'd. to perform, conlident that tho advantage utes on her last trip, making tho run and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the had ftt my store. I cordially invito all to before', v. ill on that day rent the It Liverpool to Now York in 0 days, "I.eenot rented contains jji acres ot So. I blue eye. beforo purchasing. his opponent is taking of him will from Fiiriii,'1 examine my stock grass land. to his benefit. 1 hour and 50 minutes. Mrs. Kate Duddurar. 1 1 ram lease Rowland 0I5 ml return at 6 p rn nnd B.40 p m. jsm and 7 :jo a m a. m. instead of I p. m., as announced. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. 1 NKYV AUVEItTISEMENTS. NOT H PIECE OF OLD GOODS to-da- MTT MEAT SHOP mil-liuei- 0. H. M'ROBERTS, SEVERANCE & SON. c5-t- LADIES' SHOES IN ALL SHADES JUST RECEIVED. Wednesday, Oct. on .. STANDARD SCREW, MACHINE SEWED, HAND SEWED, HAND TURNED, IN GALF, 1 k, GRAIN, GOAT, AMERICAN, A2TD sFAlEXTCH KTD. law-brea- SAW MILL FOR SALE 1 BOYS' CHILDRENS't MISSES' v ! - 1 SOSIOOXi SHOES EXTRA HIGH TIPS. LIGHT IIEAVV WEIGHT jS-l- d FARM FOR SALE- r, BMUOli: & MraWIBIIllMTS BUGGIES, CARRIAGES Wednesday, Sept. of l'a-tu- car-load- One-thir- d GEO. B. WEAKEST, M&BPG'B. pa-sin- PUBLIC SALE NEW I NEW I NEW Mo I 025-poun- d al 2 MEE toll-tator- . one-thi- rd flag-raisin- g FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE 6j-l- d PUBLIC SALE OF PEltSONALPfiOPERTY PLEASE OBSERVE -- M'ROBERTSSTAGG FTCTILIL AB)iHTM(IlilKrT e, WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. in-nu- jS-t- '.&. j'LiuiiiiJi.jiiiij'jwii'LUij1 HmMMWMRMl1 " ' iMTmMMMWltjls c HWIMMiMIMiMMlMiW -- r M It. St DROPPED Jay, DEAD. Dropped dead, they folJ tno, on tbo streets one "With life all rouud, Its splendid gonli In view, Tho dearest, kindest friend I ever knew. They told mo peutly, leagues and leagues away. Hy heart stood still an Instant, then tho play Of Joyous light diffused my Iwlug through; Death, gnvo him back to me, nnd.lt was truo Death Is mora kind thau Ufa to us nlvvay. A.l him back with a resounding crash against tho wooden wall of tho pit tili it fairly Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salveln the world tor cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever notes, tetter, chapped Hands, chilblains, corns aiul nil ikln eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satlstac-tto- n or money refunded l'rice 35 cents per box Kor sale by A R. Penny, St.mforJ, Ky m They wandered why I did not seem to care; They heard me sing old sonpn with old time They could not hear his low voleo overyw here. Nor know how very near ho seemed to me, Saying;, life Is so short our lovo to sliare. Do patient, death will giro mo Iack to theo. Km ma Seabury In Homo Journal. gle: A FOUR FOOTED CONTEST. "DjerldgowVa will kill tho stallion nt tho "llrst spring, raid tho rajah, in his lazy, arrogant, nnrt heartless way. "Thero is no tiger of hill or junglo that can compare with my Djcriilgotvka (thunder spenr) for sizo, strength, and ferocity. Tho whito steed, were he twenty fold tho oquino hero you claim for him, Sabih Colonel, would not ovado his doom. IJo will go down liku a shot, .and you will no longer dispute my guardianship over Mnhnla, tho demure llttlo 'uutcli igirl mirier your wing thero." "But, your excellency," said tho officer "if tho stallion should win, tho girl will go to Bombay with me, according to your august proiniseIn Tho dutky tvotentato waved his nnn, who jewel stiffened sleovo fairly blazed with tbo tnovomcut. "You have my word.SoJiib," was his supercilious reply. "Tha word of DJainpudra Hassan, rajah of Nngpoor, Is his bond." "Certainly," called out Ma j. Poindexter, another red coated olllcer of tbo group. "But If you are 60 sure of your tiger w inning, excellency, I will lay you an additional thousand of rupees on Xadgka, the mountain stallion." Tbo rajah inclined his hoad In nssent, and tho wager was duly registered by an obsequious wbitd robed secretary nt his elbow. Tho nrenn w as a deep walled circular pit, about 100 feet in diameter, nud around this tho tiers of seats, with ft capacity of 5,000 spectators, rot o so kteeply as to give every one, oven tho humblest, a completo view of tho Interior, and yet grant immunity from tho fiercest wild beast's spring. Iu addition to tho throng of personal attendants surrounding tho rajih in tho gorgeously tapestried stato compartment sacred tt his accommodation, thero was a group of English officers, resplendent in their scarlet it f 1H 'X m I'l - uniform. I'S prevented from wresting Mahala from her self constituted protector through a of tho British conquerors, but had Jit last exerted his malign and still powerful insistence to such an extent that the present ntot had been agreed on as a test of tho 3irl'8 guardianship. Tho rujah agreed to pit his champion fighting tiger Djeridgowka against a whito stal- iion, likewise noted for his combative disposition, that CoL Mohun had obtained from the foot hills of tho Western (ihants, justly celebrated for their flno cavalry stock, much of which is blooded, with a puro Arabian ancestry. Should tho stallion wm, Mahala would be transferred to the protection of powerful friends in Bombay, with n fair prospect of ouo day recovering at least a portion of her inheritance. Should tbo tiger come off the victor, sho was to bo surrendered unconditionally to her cruol and rapacious kinsman, whose appalling character was a sufficient guarantee of the tcrrihlo fato in that event awaiting her. There was a sea liko murmur of anticipation, and all eyes wero riveted on ono of two strong Iron gratings that wero side by side fn the wall of tho pit, on a level with its sandy floor. An instant later it shot aside, and thero was an involuntary burst of applause as the oohlo horso bounded into viuw. whole-soniejfe-- Tho first ono of theso to whom tho rajah (had addressed himself was Col. Mohuu, and jit his side was n singularly beautiful young Hindu gtrl, tho Mahala referred to. Everything was at stako with tho poor child in tho uniquu combat that was about to ensue. with blood. .Mohuu had found her with a band of Ghunt It was now a foregono concluiion that dancing women or Hindu gypsies of tho Nadgka would bo tho victor. Tho EnglishJ)eccan, and secretly verified a rumor that men roared themselves hoarse; oven tbo na,bo was tho last surviving child of iluley tives yelled their u.irestrniued delight, In Hassan, half brother of the present rujah of spito of their royal master's frowning disJS'agpoor, w ho had, after usurping the throne, pleasure; whilo little Mahala fairly clapped foully murdered all the other rightful heirs, her hands nnd liouuded in her seat at tho sido many of whom ho had thrown as prey to his of her stem vlsaged protector. But Djeridgowka, though plainly dis favorite, tigers. The rajah had only been fore-paw- ened into something mora than Oriental glumness; and his cruol gazo roamed from the tiger to tho littlo begum now radiant with a smoldering fierceness of dissatisfaction; but he, nevertheless, inclined his head majestically, nud tho third additional bet was registered. But ugaia nnd again was tho tiger's spring repeated, and with no better success, savo s that on ono occasion ono of bis mighty managed to fetch tho bravo cteedalong raking stroke a'ong tho loins, ripping his ikin iuto strips and staining bis silvery co.it Is Consumption Incurable ? ltcad the following .Mr C It Morris, New "Wan down with Absceis of ark, Ark , horn over tho squeakings and clamoring of the Lungs, and friends and physicians pronouncthe fifes nud kettle drums. ed inc inc an Incurable consumptive. Regan tak"Another thousand on Najgkal" ried ing l)r King's New Discovery for Consumption, Poindexter, excitedly fluttering two Angers am now on in) third bottle and able to oversee tho at the jKitentato in betting book fashion. "A work on my farm It Is the finest medicine ever whole lao of rupoo, if I only had theml made " Jese Middlcw.irt, Decatur, Ohio, a) What says your excellency!" King's New Dlscoery "Had It not been (or DJampudra-Hassacomposedly nodded his for Consumption I would have died of I.ung assent, nnd tho wnger was recorded. now by doctors (riven "It was Djeridgowak's tlrst miscalculation; Troubles. Washealth "up Sample bottlesAm at free in the but of his impatience overreached Itself," ho said, stroking his beard once more. "Watch him A K. Penny's drug store now! Ho will make up for tho faux pas, as Electric Bitters. tho French would My." This remedy 11 becoming mi well known and o Apparently but slightly injured by his re- popular as to need no special mention All who pulse, though panting slightly, thatiger had have used Klectric Hitters sing the same song of resumed his silent, watchful circling of tho praise. A purer medicine does not etist and it Is arena, seemingly with no mora want of con- guaranteed to do all that is claimed Klcctric fidence in himself than if they had uot been Hitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kid in tho least interrupted. But tho stallion was now seen to havo ncys, will remote Pimples, Rolls, Salt Rheum and caused by impure blood. Will changed his tactics so far that, whilo resum- other affections from the system and prevent as ing his pivotal gyrations, his head, In lieu of drive Malaria his hindquarters, wero now presented to tho well as cure all Mai trial Fevers. For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Klecfront. Another breathless interval of suspenre, tric Illtti.ru Kntlre satisfaction gaurantecd or followed by a fresh hurtling spring on tho monev refunded Price joe and Jl per bottle a A R Pcnnv's drugstore part of tho tiger. Are jou made miserable by Indigestion, Convti But it was countered oven mora cunningly and effectively than before. Crouching and pattern, DUainess, Loss of Appetite, Yellow Skin, gliding under tho flying black and yellow Shlloh's Vltaliier is a positive cure. McKoberts bulk, much as a gazslle might crouchingly A Stags, Stanford, Ky ; Crow A: Co., .McKinney evade a lammergeyer's hurtling swoop, out Ky,; K. W.Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy, a positive cure for flew the glistening heels again at just tho McRob right instant, this time bringing up with n Catarrh, Dyphthcria and Canker-Mouttremendous imioct on the monster's flank, to erts A-- Statrg, Stanford, Ky ; Crow A: Co., McKinthat when UJeridgowka's revolutions wero ney Ky ; K. V Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky. Why will you cough when Shi'oh's Cure will resumed, as they wero almost instantly, It was with a sullen, half gosplug nir, and with give Immediate relief ? Price toe, 50c and $100 a perceptible limp that betokened more than McRoberts&Stagg, Stanford, Ky., Crow Ar Co Mc Kinney, Ky.; V. V Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky a trifling injury to Ills hips. The Rev. Geo il 1 hayer, of Ilourbon, Ind "Another thousand to flvo hundred on tho whito stallion I" vociferated Poindoxtcr yet says: "lloth myself and wife owe out lives to again over the many voiced applause. "Is Shiloh's Consumption Curs McKoberts Sug it a go, your excellency! Or I'll go you three Stanford, Ky,, Crow .V Cj, McKinney, Ky , K W Jones Crxh Orchard, Ky. to one!" Tho rajah's Oriental composure had deep- Tho rajah frowned, whilo Mohala's soft faco correspondingly brightened, aud tho bronzo faco of Mohun slowly relaxed iuto a smilo as ho drew hor slight figure yet mora reassuringly U his side; tho entire British contingent at tho samo time bursting into a shout that n Jig nud rcrcrtieratvri over tho shriller plnuJits of tho uativo onlookers, much liko the hoarso braying of a battlo trembled. Ask For Ayer's Barsnrarllla, nnd bo stiro yon got it, when you want tho best 1 ltn its forty years EiT of unexampled suc- V cess in tho euro of I lilood Disoasus, you I can mako no mis- 11 tnxo in prcicrriug ffyUr blood-purifier. 60FFINS, GASKETS, ROBES.'- - m i). JLJKC f Ayer's Sarsaparilla to nny other. Tho of modern blood modiclnes, Ayor's Sarsaparilla is still thu most pop-ula-r, being in greater demand than ull others combined. 'Ayor's Sarsaparilla is selling faster than ever Iwforo. I never hesitate to recommend it." Oeorgo W. Whitman, Druggist, Albany, Ind. sales "I am safo in saying that mytlio'io of of fur excel Ayor's 8arsanarlll nny other, nnd It gives thorough satisfaction." Li. II. Hush, Dea Moines, Iowa. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla nnd Ayor's TUN aro the best selling medicines in my store. I can recommend them conscientiously." U. Ulckhaus, l'hurmaclst, llosoliiiul, 111. "Wo havo sold Ayer's 8arsnparlllri hero for over thirty years nnd always recommend it when asked to namo tho W. T. McLean, best Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. I havo sold your medicines for tho last seventeen years, nnd always keep thorn in stock, as thoy nro staples. ' Thnro is nothing so good for tho youthful blood' as Ayers Barsaparllla." It. L. l'arkor, Fox Lako, Wis. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla gives tho best satisfaction of nny medicine I havo In stock. I recommend it, or, as tho Doctors sav, ' I prescrlbo it over tho counter.' It never fails to moot tho cases for which I recommend it, oven whoro tho doctors' prescriptions havo locn of no avnll." O. 1 Calhoun, Monmouth, Kansas. fore-runnblood-purlilcr." n Ir WALL PAPER nnd FTTR1TZTT7IIB. COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. B. K. TaTEAHENTo STEMMED PLMISG MILL CO. Flooring, Sidings, Celling, Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, Ilrnclcets, Scroll Work, Frames, Sasli, Doors, lllinds, Veranda Work, Etc. A. C. SINE, Superintendent. EDWARD H. FOX, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, JJAXVir.I-.IC- , C W. MKTi Str HAW METOALP & HAYS, ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. 3CV. t Ayer's Sarsaparilla, rr.KrAKKD 11 r HasmoTetl to his elegant nevr building ofittoiite the poslatlice and is better than tier )it(urtt to accommodate the (ubhc Mith fine pictures from photograph to lift sue. Satisfaction ltAIUlOlKVII I.KanJ I'IXKVII.1 V, KY Uirtrd. Dr. J. C. Ayer it Co., Lowell, Matt. Price 1; six bottles, S. Worth i a bottle. Will practue in any ruurt in Kattcrn Kentu k Ksaminatinns ,f lam) titles made a specially Atiy site tracts of timber, mal and mineral ln(s f r sale. Information turmshed on an) HiM a" 1 i resposidenc suhtiled. tf To tho Farmers of Lincoln nnd Garrard Counties- I'he Stanford Holler Mills Comnanv wants your and wilt pay incash the whole whiwl crop nf sell without hwhesi market nnce for It llo n first seeini; Superintendent Polls at the Mill or v i tho undersiRncd I'res Stan ford lloll.r Mills C ji C. A. BENEDICT & CO., 1.KK K. IlfFKAIAN, SURC.ION STAvroMH, - Well Drillers Urlls drilled factur) pruts & Pump Adjusters, I'umps at I)KNTIr. I tn, STAMfiMi, k In k"riCK. mm Office south side Main. Inn atnte Depot St. 1 it tiisrcu. trrr ati-- f.irm-- ' , Mountain. Lancia 'i golden tinge, furnishing n contrast as uulque as it was harmonious nud beautiful. Firo was in his eye, the rhythm of speed and activity in his flue limbs, and, as ho curveted enorting around tho arena, it wos noticed that his small hoofs wero shod with now aud sharp steel shoes, that fairly flashed liko a funning rivulet in tho sunshino, with tho graceful and airy movements that scarcely seemed to touch the earth, and yet wero suggestive of a fierce wariness and expectancy. Tho rajah stroked his beard onco more and smiled again. "It was not mentioned in tho compact that Kndgka should bo shod," said ho. "Still, I vvaivo tho point I can well nfford to." Then ho straightened himself with a cruelly gloating and exultant look, uud thero was n fresh burst of many throated applause, not unmixed with terror, as tho other grating shot back with a clang, and tho vaunted monarch of tho junglo, after springing into tbo arena with n snarling sort of roar, began circling around 'and around it In ominous fiilcnce, with his oyes fastened on every movement of tbo sta lion, w ho coolly kept revolving in tho center, as on a pivot, head down, and heels invariably to tho foe. "Djcridgowka's way DJcridgowka's pet trick I" chuckled tho rajah, rubbing his Jeweled hands together. "Sahib Colonel, iu two minutes Kadgku's satin skin will bo In red ribbons r The tiger was, for very truth, a prodigy, oven for those days, w hen lurger imd fiercer specimens wero inudo prisoners tlian now. Ho was four feet tall nt tho shoulder, precisely eight feet ill length from tip to tip, nnd correspondingly proportioned, w ith a terocity that was at that timo proverbial throughout India. Round und round pro.vled tho monster with no mora sound than would have been produced by tho footfalls of a kitten. Suddenly thero was an exulting roar, tho largo striped bulk seemed to lly up into the air as though hurled by springs, and ho was seen to launch out towurd tbo whito stallion as if projected out of a cannon's mouth. But lightuing liko as was tho attack, it was countered by a movement as electric and as effective on tho part of tho oquluo hero. Thero was a whito, whirling sort of flash, out flew tbo glistening steel shod heels, striking tho tiger iu tho chest, whilo yet iu midair, with tho forco of a catapult, and hurling Bring forth the horsel Tho horse was brousbt. In truth he n as a noble steed, A Tartar of tho Ukraine breed. Who looked as though tho speed of thought Were Iu his limbs. But ho was wild! Ho was not large, but perfectly proportioned, with a glistening coat, as of snowy tin, a mil no and tail that were of a light white. Viola Oroam is not a paint or powdcrtocoverdefects, but a remedy to cure It is superior to all other preparations, nnd It was notid too soon. j is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At drii-- 1 Tho whito stallion, which had until that pists or mailed for B0 centt. Prepared by moment remained proudly in tho center of O. TOLEDO, OUIO. &, tho pit, suddenly reared himself high in tho air, with flashing eyes und floating mane, anu men reu ujxm nis swo dead. ForSalc at McRoherts & Sta?? Stanford, Ky roor .Naiigkal commented Mai. Poin doxtor, laying his hand on Mobun's shoulder. nPTTlT A T T.Tr TTO T7 KJ OXj, 'L v--i LJ-- ; J on which tho littlo bcRum wus now bobhiug x as ir uer uears would ureal:. "See. his entlro LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. left ribs wero lalil baro by that ono stroko of Djcridgowka's paw. Hut never mind. Mahala is f reo from tho rajah's clutches, and I havo won a pot of his money." And perhaps they didn't mind, nt least not . greatly. Money had changed hands; Mahala, tlw whilom Nautch girl, was saved to become a great mngistruto's wifo in Bombay, and thu mother of u child destined to depose the rates 32.50 to $4 per day. accord-ih- c usurping rajah of Nagpoor, twenty years to rooms: later, and restoro the rightful dynasty; and a most decisivo slnglo combat had been uobly contested and heroically won. TURKISH .v RUSSIAN I1ATHS IN HOTEL. Hut then tho hero was only a whito stallion ouly a horso I Nathan D. Urncr In Onco a I pirited, had as yet suffered no positively dis. abling injury, nud it was quickly evident that ho intende 1 to make ono mora supremo effort to retrieve tho day. Without tho slightest warning, ho suddenly changed his tactics by swerving from his pit whng circuit, und running, instead of leaping directly toward tho hone's lowered crest, until within a couple of yards, and then launching himself forward, liko tho veritable thunderbolt for which ho wax named, full at Jicdgka's throat. But the stallion was uot thero to meet it, having danced to one side with tbo rapidity of thought. Then, and before tho tiger could recover from tho shock of striking tho opposite wall of tho pit, crat-h- l crash! crash I successively wero tho steel shod, terrible heels launched, each timo reaching tho mark with arrowy precision and bono crushing force. And then tho jungle monarch was seen running whimperingly uround tho skirts of the arena on three leg, ami with his Jaw hope- lessly broken conquered, defeated, nud with tho Boln object of effecting a skulking escapo ' ' from his victorious foe. Tho rajah made the sign by which his fa-- J vorito was permitted to mako good his re treat, and tnen, with a bow to Col. Mohun, turned to go with his suite. "Ono moment, excellency!" shouted 's protector. "Deign, if you ples.se, to ' formally uunounco that tho victory 'is with Nadgka, nnd my llttlo fnend hero is to con-- ' tinuo undisturbed under my guardianship." ' Tho potentato did so, with liono of the best grace, it must bo bald, and then took his de parture with ns much haste as was consistent with his uugust dignity. ! Ma-hala- AKlH0 POWDER Absolutely Pure. llll ' House nnd 25 Acres Laud Two mile South ot Stanford on Neil's Creek Address mc at Carlisle, Ki W.CKAIC. -have mi at rvs, mire r Irs, nt Mountain, Coal Havitu; Wen aailmrusxl l.y Mr C C Van McKIN'NIY, KY. and Timbvr Lahd that I will t.i jt a Usrain I . .f ojinsi.ir of HisMiMviUe Roller Mill., as hsve a stor niomtii rmt turn furniture ami un- of kTnt fur ike pimh of in tkus ilertakilig, hsrdtxrv "r tinnrr's rataMi.hment. Medicine, the famost Srup nt I'lir ttiuntr), I rail with I'mrtiimrcofl mj old it. uir Kor DrHs, alul tr,eO These are g d f r ' das - s h'Tfurthtr uiftirma-- , aad to cet vour prrscnptin4 promptly and friends of the frmiis public i ice matM.n, write ti C W MK1CA1F tilhwl at all hour, ami to get Staiie eiC lheifi.ri.ps rlsewhere lls.irg Vet UarUHirsille, Ky I am f mi ar l (rinrenrs, fine Ciars, T.wlet Article, Se.ifotn the tt''e abuut tociits w Hi l.isd.Cu,Mchfinue Ur J A WIUHM.N the 'll'llir. I fnl virrsi.rl, ihcirf r. , in Iti Uo attrml tit de. Urn.n that In , , i, i ( wlfl attend to ourdru; department, t. .' the wunls of the sick, nlht or day, U vnn or .ir.r.jii i'ic . tvini i.e , countn J i i, j fi reriied I LOITID &c CO. )r To the Farmers of West Lincoln, Casey and Elsewhere. ht ) rr lf . FOE SAILS. lun.lrrt) 1071. fa' STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE SIANFORD. KY Lebanon I'lanln lonu. .Hill. FARM FOR SALE. On ac nunt 'f )aJ hcilih, I offer fir ale my' s farm containing M acres Unmni; land, well For ed, and ; a. res limltrr land near b p. rJs TFS. II. particulars address. Mv Kinnc, I.inioln count), Ky 54 tf J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDENT. This powder never varies. A mars el of miritv ' Kightccnth )par begins ti strength and whtlesomeness More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight alum nr phosphite powders Sold only in I' in i lUkiNt. Poimhk Co., cant. res on the Somerset and Crab Oinhard I'm I'jfi Wall Street, New York Carefully selected rorps of teaeliers T1' road half way 'elwrrn tlic IWi places Well of discip,io IUl meth l KOud water at vnd f porih Half c eared and yn instruction Jicnd fur circular acres in gras A xd mulct fur cattle, hog (. WAI l.ACF. and sheep lla'.ncy Ky LAM) FOR SALE. ' Monday, September 3, '88 (1I rugn 41 lOxjtftJlsssM A t OIFt Il.l'r prje r I Kit WOS KY SURGEON DENTIST, KY 53-1- 1 STANFORD, CRABORCHARDSPRINGS sa OfTiceonLan aster street, in r on recently catcd by I)r W. II Penny KentuckyGentralR. R. "Jll.XSK GliiVSs! KOLTK." , Crab Orchard, Ky. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. July Fine llrass and Sirinj Hand ill Attendance from Kales greatl) reduced 1st to September 1st Si per day and uivLand upward THOMAS N'liWM AN, Manager; J AS C KINO, HesidentSupt ; I) It KDMISTON, Clerk Ij,1 D.Tnrs, SssS, I n'j Ca'ing.lUse M"!d. Hrai kcts I rm, e ings Stairs, Neoe's, Italusters, ersnlat, St.. re Fronts, bhcivirg, Counters, I lo ri g, S.lmc, Shingles laths, Rnuh and Dressed Lmnher. bend for puces bf ire bu ing elsewhere Wf&M!B p.m-AJir- THAT FIGHT C. K.Simmons, St Louis, Prop'r M. A. .Simmons Llvtr Medicine, list'd THE SHORTEST AHD QUICKEST Front To ill I' ROUTE Tho Original Wins. '?, u-.- -- , XACiVWiOt-AAiREA'L.ssW; r THIS prcparation.withont i' CENTRAL KENTUCKY iits !?; thf. ll.cilin.Prop'r s $ipr pics. Tan. t Black-Hoad- loa. s. imnrv.rfrrinvivs lilvor-MoloB. r. rtii'K, M. A. Cured INDIOKSTION, IllLIOLSNtSS. "'k'ulator, list'd t. Court DiriATS J. A.Q.Slmmons Llv. by Zcilln L. M, has for 47 jeirs i. A few applications will render the most stubbornly red okin poft, emootli and Sunburn and FAST LINE & Finv BETWEEN LEXINGTON CINCINNATI. iDM MILLERSBURG SCIir.DUI.KIN UFFICl MAYio, No ?. South-Koun- FEMALECOLLEGE A Modern Progressive School ! G. BITTNER CO., No 4 ! feyij"!, xl I T the largest and finest hotel in the city. Kx Sun. ' Daily I.vc Covington... 8 jo a m 8 cum I.ve Falmnuth... 10 O a m 9 Ji P m I.vc Cyntlnana .. It 05 a m 10 ti p m M 40 a mi 10 50 p in Arr Paris Arr Lexington. li jo p ni'ii 30 p in m to 55 p in I.ve Paris tl 50 Arr Winchester. u 35 p m 11 is p in cj p in Arr Richmond. Arr Lancaster... 5 10 p m 00 p mi Arr Stanford i.ve Richmond . .05 p in 3 o p Arr Iterea. Arr l.exinitton... 5ii p in . 111 .Vortli-Ilouth, j i 6 4 luipm 3 p jo p Where your daughters will, be taught h- - v tu become true women, as Wi.il as tli'irutighly instruct- LITERATURE, Address ,1,7 in m 10 P m 10 P in Rcamt. Pastor M. K. Church, Adams, Tenn., writes-"- I 10 in 1 should have been dead but mr your ucnuine .M. A. Sim mons i.ivcr .Medicine. I have sometimes had to substitute r "Zeilln'x stuff" for vnur M.li cine, but it don't answer the purpose." Dr. I. It. Cittvrm. TT.IIln. TI. -Memphis, Tenn. says: I receiveda tiaeksi. nf vn.i. r . Medicine, and have used half of It. It works like a charm, (want nn better Liver Regulator and uu more of Zcilin'f mixture. 1 Juisrxrsu.SicK IliAriACiiK.Lot? ArriTiT, Sot &tomach. Ktc. '"'J, SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. 5 o p m 6 05 p m 7 10 p ra HKV C I'OI'K. President, or MRS S C TRUKHKART, . Lady Principal .Millersburg, p m 8 40 p m 8 18 Ky CHEW No. 5. AUTEeR CHICKEN No, 3. No. in t;i 1. Week. Mvery, (Feed and (Sale Stable, Chemically Puro Gold. "Is that puro gold V asked a pretty girl who was selecting n brooch In a Sixth aveuuo jewelry btoro. "Most certainly," answered tho jeweler, and tho fcatitlled damsel bought tho pin and deiartcd. Turning to resumo a conversation with an older customer, ho noticed a look of mild scorn tUroctcd at him and .aid, half apologetically: "Of coursothat was not strictly true, but it wu3 no He. What W. H, JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. bho meant to ask was whether it was real LONDON, KY gold, and not an imitation, and I answered her meaning truthfully, though 1 never saw Good turnouts and saddle horses always for hire any puro gold iu ray life that I know of. It on reasonable terms. London is the most convenIn railroad has always been supposed until recently that ient point on the section ofto reach places 10 the the State. chemically puro gold, was something that in the mountain could not I produced, but soino jeweler in Hhodo Island ts said to havo discovered a process by which ho docs produce it, and it is now on tho market, STANFORD, KY., "I do not seo that it isji particularly valuable discovery, for gold without alloy would E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. bo as little durablo as lead, or oven less so. It is very soft and would easily wear away Hotel stilt maintains with very slight friction. As a matter of This old and business, gold eighteen carats flno is as near its high reputation, and its Proprietor it dctermin. as wo ordinarily get to purcness. That is ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in thrco parts of gold to ouo of alloy. If less al- the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attenloy than that is used tbo cold is loss service- tion to his Guests. Ilaggage conveyed to and able, but wo do sometimes Uso it tvvcuty-twfrom depot free of charge Special accommodacarats Hue." Pittsburg Dispatch. tions to Commercial Traveler. : well-knoo I.ve Livingston.. j 00 10 15 I.vc llerea. 11 Arr Richmond... 7 o I.ve Stanford I.ve Lancaster .. 8 10 Arr Richmond... it 00 I.ve Richmond.., I 30 S Arr Winchester Arr I'aris I.ve I.exiugton ... 3 cw I.ve I'aris 3 40 I.ve Cynlhiana ... 4 06 I.vc Falmouth.... 4 t Arr Covington,... 6 to ' in i m L'A p in 1 3 p Jit 8 30 p m 0 06 p m to oj p mill 35 a a a a a a p p in a in 45 a 6 jo a in 111 TOBACCONET. 111 111 Cholera Cure I s . 5 5 111 6 co 7 40 U.S. MAKTIN. 3 00 p m 30 P m c. ''$ l m 6 50 p m 3 4 liKODUKAt), kv May, JNO. M. riRklNt iij. 50 pin AlhrMit ti Martin be a ta inform their mam friends and customers of the change in firm liami MARTIN & PERKINS, daily except Sunday No. 3a leaves Covington at 830 am. arrives at Falmouth ot 10 30 a in; Sunday only No. 31 leaves Falmouth ut 4 3c pin, arrives at Covington at 6 30 p m; Sunday only. No. 15, leaves Lexington 7 15 p m, arrives I'aris 7 5? p m. No. 8 leaves Covington j o p 111, arrives Falmouth 7 ao p m, No 7 leaves Falmouth at j 50 a in, arrives at Covington at 7 50 a m, DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. NO TE. Train 3 and 4 are daily between Winchester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other other trains are daily except Sunday, Direct connection is made at Winchester with .Chsapcike A Ohio for Mt. Slcrtiug, Ashland Hiictington. Charlestan, W, Va, nnd Kastern cities FnST LINK. Nos. j and 4 run via trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Va,, and Winchester and Washington. Through tickets and baggage checked to any destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars address any agent of the Co. . MORSE, S. K. H. IIACON, Travelin-- r l'ass'g'r Act., Cen'l Pass'g'rAgt., Lexington, Ky, Covington, Ky. H.E. HUNTINGTON, General Manager. Winches-ter.ASolid On the Maysville Ilranch, No. o leaves Paris at 8J30, a m anu No, 11, at 50, p in, arriving at .Maysville at 10 50, a m, aim 740, I) m. Mo 10 leaves Maysville at 6 00, a 111, arriving at I'aris at 1 8 30, a in. No 11 leaves .M.iyjvlllc at 05 and arrives at Pan at j 3$, p in These trains are The new firm hopes not only to sustain the reputation of the old, but intends to make many the manufacture of tobacco which will be to the Interest nf our customers. We will Natural Leal devote special attention to our '1 hanking you brands' ot Kentucky's best leaf, for past favors and asking for a continuation 01 youMrade, we 1 NOTICE ! TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill in the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to eiiual in quality of flour, we think tho aniens ol to the county should have county pride enough inpatrouiie and sustain the same. We wish to that we are In the form whom it may concern market to buy your wheat and corn and will always give the highest market price for same. Wo have added some new machinery to our corn meal department and can now make meal to suit any person. It cannot be equalled by any other mill In this vicinity We solicit a trial In our Hour and m.oi ,l.ntm.ni. All havinz Brain In our line for sale will nlease call at the Mill, where our agent will be found at all tlines.wlio wlllgive the for same. liran ..ud shlpstufT always best GenOfflcoa. Covington, Kontucky. in jji tf, stick. aupt., stanioru uouer .miii l- .. . Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery ol u remeay mat pesitivrty cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only reruires a trial, a bottle is enough foi one hundred chickens. It is 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 and your money will be refunded. s guar-antee- d. two-third- s 1.0 - For sa'e by McRoberts A Stagg, Stanford 4 J.AJMUAJU.ttlittLlUjUJJM-'- T '" I'lAawsti isi'iiillStijllfU 1 U,i'i-- i T.VtA'411 ., ift ' H'i'l