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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888092801 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 u Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY.f FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, d888. NO. 6 stlll-necKo- .! VOL. XVI. 'I A LANCASTER.GARRARDCOUNTY. ngainst tlio mighty," instead of foiling boII; and now seen to bo no longer JehoIHin by thuir obstinacy. Ik'te, tlion, vah's inVor tuVi, but every sad conversion Our yellow fever contribution to date KJJ wo coino to thoceiitnil iiii'8tionof whutli- - o my ii o measuro oi mo mg mm. nor-- , ,0 a,,mlt e nmren. er Jehovah permlttoil Ills people to eat al condition o ills ,,,, nt Uje Hob(. w Uev w tho of animals? 1 mmwer "Nol I do not say that this solution will bo en- - t..., ., i niAItJlU'TMIC LOUt). i. ill ., .!. Ji. u i.... ' Iloonly foilmilo its use. At llrat, only tirelv sn tlsfactory to renson alone. This I'tiiriini i;iiiiiiu it .i tritiums. wif i ,.n.J. .. rri.i....u i..t,.. iiiiu but; iuiui t aj iiuun iiunu LETTKIt FROM GKOUOKO. HAHNKSiln part; but ever with Hlsoyoon nil the is the colonel's foundation stone, which C. Hopper Monday night and rifled the rest to bo forbidden, "in duo time." Ih- - 1 am obliged to disturb. For to say that money drawer of a small sum. oI'h failure In allowing llliu to carry reason, or the mind, is the part of us The Lmcnster Mill & Elevator Co., Kv., Sew. 10, 1888. tl. que. ion that alone, or even chiefly, recognizes, or have lsuight the flouring mills of Geo. I' I n.n about It, Peak Ixtki.iok-WI.- IIo loMHliitentlo,w I,, tho leant. ".Shall rejects God, is to ignore our real make- Denny A Co. Price paid $20,000. The ietmoaddomewbattotbat written Scripw'"-- ' ,KU "' ' present owners will operate theinillsday V" us up. All experience endorses what my liiHt, toiirhlnu tin. "letter" of Scrip-- 1 """f "' " tor ture expressly asserts, that man is a M'01' of "0Ilu ' and night. ture that "killetb;" and the "Spirit" that bid! complex being of, 1, Spirit; '2, Soul; ',), Capt. D.tniel Murphy, of Kansas, "givi'th life." We all neeil to learn anew looked nt from this standpoint, how it Hody. Tho only part of man that, like formerly a of this county, writ' how to read our HibleH. What relieves us in meditating on God's char- the solltnrylwlndow of the Ark, opens is here on a visit. W. O. Kigney, our now may be helpful to mime, if iiiimui acter! Wo seo Him, n ever, solicitous, out DiiiKCTLVupon God, Is our hpikitl'ai. now undertaker, is in Cincinnati taking derMood by others. Col. Inxornoll ban for the liVes of His creatures, and going side. Much afterwards may subsidiarily a course of lectures in tlioart of embalmmade fun of it, lontf ago, art stated from on ns fast ns our "slowness of heart" will bo received and enjoyed, mentally, or ing. Mrs. Sallie Owsley has bought a lot nn orthodox standpoint. Perhaps If it permit, to a consummation, when the soulishlyj and much by the body, which, in the Hill addition and will build nt meets bin eye ho may bo iliritiosetl to List vestige of cruelty, or carniverousness alike, shares in the e&tacy of knowing onco. it, prelook with more lenience upon will forever vanish from the scone and God. Hl'T THK Sl'lllIT AI.O.VK KNOWS J. A. Nooe, prohibition candidate sented from another side, when) his "God will bo all in all." Thus will it be GOO, INIIUI'KNIIKNTI.Y OV KITHKIt BOl'I. OK for Congress, opened the campaign here sense of rilit Ih not outraged, to begin when man's consent shall biing in tho iionr. This is the part of us wo call by last Monday, speaking to an audience of with. Tho question, rw all thoughtful day of God's jwwer. Itemcmber, even tho indefinite but true name of our "bet- about 100. lie claims there is only n men know, in how did it over eomo to "Almighty fiod" can only work first to ter nature." It Is indeed such, for it is fraction of nn issue between the two old muw that GchI, Whoso "merey eiidtiroth will and second to do in us; whatever Ho "Emmanuel-Goin us." Developed to parties; that prohibition is the irrepresforever," became oven thoostcnsible may do out of us. His Almightiuess its most perfect state when Christ sible issue, and the only one now before atrocior commander of llcndioh waits on our w ills, beyond a doubt. On- "dwells;" first, "In our hearts by faith" the people. His speech was free from ties, that curdle tho blood to read of ly thus can He work und be Himself "Changes our vile bodies" and rant or abuse, and it was void of force them? It will help tin to understand tho while we are ourselves. How this one undJd makes them like His own. Then tho and logic. His few attempts tosliow tho subject, here only briefly touched upon, view, from tho lowest round of the ladpure Spirit, always pure; but ever in this condition of the country proved that lie if u" remember that this Ih tho invariader, begins to clear the prospect earthly condition, imprisoned by u sin- was not a statistician. le is undoubtedble method resorted to by a wine Father Now apply it to other things. Take ful sou), and a diseased body, shall have ly a true man, and u gentleman with in breaking up tho accumulated had hab- tho case of victory in light. Such expebefitting its origin and na- honesty of purpose, but it is evidentthnt its of a wayward sou, whom lie has pa- riences were constantly coming to the environments ture, and be at rest. Tutil then it he does not possess information equal to tience to Mve. Precipitance ami a harsh front. Tho good LOIU) saved all He stretches out yearning hands towards the demands of his cause, or the tact necshow of authority is simply fatal. For could with the people He had to deal God, "sighing by renson of its bondage" essary to n successful campaign. Ho dethere is a free will opposed, that I.OVIC with, ciuiiuering nnd conquered. Sava and longing for complete deliverance; mands an issue, charging that the old bo must win over, and that can never ges flushed with victory are hard to deal comforted betimes by "The Comforter," parties are wrangling without one, yet coerced. Therefore tho Father "winks with while wills are free. All know "witnessing with it," bestowingan "earnat" many a thing be utterlydisipproves, what oven "civilized" soldiers in the est" of final deliverance, and otherwise he attempts to raise nn issue on a point thnt is not disputed; for both the old triif only ho can make another point mad hour of successful conflict are. soothing the sorrows of its long impris- parties ndmit all that he claims will be while not insisting upon the umphantly; Fiends incarnate. Itad blood, boiling onment; yet over are wo no better than gained by that which ho desires the disodious but unassailable lust, that has to with strife, so recent, that all restraints "spirits in prison," or "prisoners of hope" use of whisky; und in discussing this Ik carefully waited upon, till fitting op- are thrown oil. A city given up to a sacktill final deliverance shall come; as thank branch of tho question lie argues n setIt successfulportunity arrives to assault ing of soldiery is simply "hell upon God, it will; silicon "Deliverer shall come tled point. What Mr. Nooe needs to do ly. Thus liod has to savo im, or not at earth." N'o general but a Xapoleon can out of ion and turn away ungodliness is to apply himself to the task of conall. so much as partially restrain them. What from Jacob," in due time; and out of the vincing the people that the measure he a us, then, take up the least offenriii even Jehovah do, with such materi- "bondage of corruption" shall issue the proposes is the ono that will produce tho sive xilntifi Old Testament history- - the al in a savage state, und He shut up to once fettered "image and likeness" of desired result. This is really the only , command toahudu from certain meat-- one way of dealing with them, viz: an apNo! it is not rtm that knows God. issue between the prohibition and the while others scorned "permitted." Hy peal to their unchained wills, which rage God. He is only iritunllij discerned. And other parties. I predict that in this of tho ladder stepping' on tho first round like uncaged tigers? To save a part is here I am met with the fair and search- county Nooe will have very much enof obnoxious command, wo may be able nil He can do, at first, as in tho case of ing question, "Have you not made out couragement during the campaign, nnd to attain by graded steps to those which tho eating of animal food, while dealing an ideal God. and one nA revealed in the very few votes at the end of it. . before seemed clean out of grnp. with such maddened creatures. Add to Hible?" Tiiis is my answer us understand, before going furIct this tho "full cup of iniquities" filled to Kverything good in this world is in a ther, that the Children of Israel were an tho brim, tho Hible speaks of, so that Samist and fog of concealment. "Men as untrained, grovelling mob of abject slaves; tan had a right to come In and claim his DKL'U STOKE, wah Rood liininen, on eay trees are walking," ever in this imperdegraded hy generations of cruel servi- proprietorship in the how best caiti Canaanites, and fect stage of cure. "Now," "wo seo this eatylerm. illCan country. Cau.cbuine ot any iJriig Store of selling, ill the tude, and coming out of Egypt in need you have a state of things that will fairly LOCK IlOX Ni 77, health.1 Addre in a glass darkly." Onlv "then faco to l..iucatcr, Ky. of tho most careful tuition in the "first explain the carnage of an Nraelitish bat- face.71 principles" of tho doctrine of Christ. tle. The human race now is educated There is something in our Savior Jesus I.13K F. These, by grace, bavo Isjcuiiih such lK'yond n fow of these nwful points a whenever we look nt Him, that does not SURGEON DENTIST. household words to us that wo will find vkuy few, aliLs! and "civilized warfare" meet tho eye. Even His disciples knew - SrANroRD, Kk.ntickv, it difficult, If not impossible, to appreei-at- e God save the worst withholds its red Him with a feebleness of knowledge tlint Office south ildc Main, twodoori abote Depot St, the material with which Jehovah hand from a fow things the Israelites onco and again surprises us. Ills own had to deal. Tho words of the Apostle did. Yet only a few, J repeat it, after mother is puzzled ns she looks upon give ns a hint, in n simple sentence, of nil. The education is slow. The Cos- Him. His brothers nnd sisters believe what they were, when, describing their sacks, of Russia, would y do more not in Him. His own receive Him not. wandi rings, lie says: "Mo (Jehovah) atrociously than Israel at her worst. And The world was made by Him, but know GEO. A.ROMER, hufi'ered their manners in tho sildur- - an army of English soldiers and Indian Him not. Whence this almost univcrsd ness 10 years" or as tho margin has it, SeMjys commingled, looting Delhi is ignonnce? Tho answer can only bo II u "BACKER ASTD BROKER ''bore them in His arms ns a nurso" hardly behind tho sacking of a city of cami: ix iiiMiuisK. An "open secret," ns 40 & 41 Hroaduay and st New Street, would a fretful, peevish, foolish child. Canaan, in the olden time. But odious one has called Him; seen by many; NEW YORK CITY Now, suppose Jehovah undertook to comparisons will not avail to settle the known by few. "Whom do men say that bring that selfish cuupof lately emanci- question which continues thus: Did I the Sox op Max am?" Ho asked; pated slaves into tender sympathy with God have an approving hand in it, then nnd only J In 1'J dared to speak boldly Stocks, Bonds, Drain, Provisions and Petroleum. Himself with regard to tho helpless, low- or now'.' I answer "No! a thousand und without hesitation. And 1 in 11 onIIOUGHT SOI.D.V CARUIEI) ON MARGIN er animal creation; how better could Ho times no'" Ho mmf nil Ho could w- - ly received a blessing for thnt heavenly 61 iy 1' for explanatory pamphlet do it than forbidding them to eat n cer- biiUlimj certain excesses as His wretched courage for spkakimi, asnll were taught of these creatures were able to bear and obey His oi uie raiuer, uiu omy i was urave tain specified series of classes creaturcH at all; leaving, however, as a command. Gladly would Ho have sav- enough to conpkss opi:ni,v. As was the I.ivixo Wonn so the wiut-tu"sop to Ceroberus," tho cleanest feeders ed all. Mut lie cvuld not, any more than To expect, in this devil's world, carand most toothsome to satisfy their Christ could save Jerusalem, or do "ma- now governed by the "ruler" of its "dark- nivorous propensities. The restraint ny mighty works" in n city that rejected ness, a Hook transparently dear, would Sarsapnrllla, and bo snro yon get it, would bo good and salutary, as far as it Him. His eye, was fixed disapprovingly bo to look for the impossible. As well when you want tho best 1 wun lis lony years wont, in two points: 1. It would lessen on nil slaughter. His standard was that demand that the mingled mysteries of good and evil; light und darkness; wrong !jT of unexampled suc-- I to that extent carnivorous tastes, in of Jesus, Matt. ", where, one cheek smit- and right; death and life, that cross our cess in tlio euro of themselves, unnatural ami dieadfully re- ten, tho other is turned. Hut man is pathway every 50 yards we walk on earth, j Wood Diseases, you volting, though long habit has well nigh man, alas! and even Jehovah must wait should vanisii. o can niako no "spake in parables" and In preferring eradicated conscience in this matter, on His creatures. How this view clears edJesus mouth in dark sayings." "openHis How Ayer's with tho best of us. ''. It would by the the prospect from another round of the dark, we have nu inkling iii the sigh of Vrrv&JL- -f ll working of a law that wo all know some- ladder! .vo we may go up and up, each relief with which His disciples said, on "Now speakest Thou thing of, curb and limit to that extent stop levealingour God apparently con- one occasion: to nny other. Tho tempera that thrive niving at and even eoimiviiuUng wrong, ;uin'y und not in jiambles." Silly creathose passions and of modtures! to add: "Now wo know Thou art most luxuriantly on certain classes of until we get the clue. And then Hois tho Son of God" because their feeble t ern blood medicines, Hence it has long been seen seen at every step forbidding wrong; ami roul or iium'd laid hold of n saying, which flesh. Ayer'a Sarsapariila m(ir is still tho most popthat the forbidden and permitted foods tho Jehovah of the 0. T as of the Now, spoken on a higher plane, whore njiri' &SFS&M ular, being in greatof tho "Mosaic Code" follow a "natural says at every turn: "I am come not to only could discern, was hidden. 'I bus does nature ever resent n pure er doiuaud than all law" of selection and rejection, that, in destroy men's lives, but to save them. walk "by faith," and hanker for a comothers combined. itself, indicates to a certain extent what munication from Heaven that i:i:asox "Ayer's Sarsapariila is selling faster And Jesus, tho gontle and compassion- alone can grasp. Hut to constitute 3d:ru"(3-q-:es- t Is unwholesome, or the reverse. Wo than over boforo. I never henltato to ate, is no longer seen as an improved and JudgeJ Kuler, God, is to deArbiter, recommond It." fieorgo W. Whitman, grow, in a measure, like that wo feed on. revised edition of the Jehovah of the throne tho rightful occupant and install Druggist, Albany, Iud. Savages, the world around, food by Jews; but tho very same, only now "God a usurper in the place of authority. "I am safo in saying that my sales of DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, fresh swine's llesh, tho grosschoice on Ayer's Sarsapariila far excel those of manifest in the flesh" and nolongerseen "Then tho deluge," of course, a forwe cannot live without ruling; and false ruler nny other, nnd it gives thorough satisfacest of all meats; and It seems, in turn, to FANCY ARTICLES, &C. in twilight sliadows "thro' a glass dark- means ruin. tion." Ij. II. Hush, Des Jlolues, Iowa. keep them perpetual savages. The bru"Ayer's Sarsapariila and Ayer's Pills "faco to face." That which was To return. This mystery and disguise ly," but l'hyslcianj prescriptions accurately compounded. tal Canaanites nourished a race of physnro tho best soiling medicines in my not in the thing disguised, but its beginning, is now and ever shall store. I can rocommond them consciengiants on swine's llesh and tho fero "in the ical furnishes tho clue to tho tiously." C. Ulckhaus, Pharmacist, bo world without end," is recognized to real obscurities of the Hible. The rows cious islanders of tho Pacific prefer it to ltoseliind, 111. be over the same God. Only now "we of tomes that gather tho "dust of ages" nil other. This, therefore, was forbid""Wo have sold Ayer'a Sarsapariila STOCK OF WATCHES, have seen, we have looked upon and our on library shelves witness to its doubtTHE LARGEST hero for ovor thirty years and nlwnys den and its disuse has ever boon a mark- hands recommend it when asked to naiiio tho have handled of tho word of life." ful meaniui.'. Hut it is the best tied can CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. W. T. McLean, ed feature in tho history of Israel. Tims Tho tho way of Kovelation. 1. darkness is gone and the "truu light do innlwavs does n His best. He Hecnuse host Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. God would ns the skilful angler attempts with an atbrought to this market, Prices lower than lighteth every man that comet h in- not be Go'il else. L There are 14,000,000,-00tho Kver lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. I havo sold your medicines forkeop the tenuated thread, threatening a snap at that world" is come, to abide with last seventeen years, nnd always us of obstinate human wills ranged with paired on short notice and warranted. nny moment, to draw u great fish to land, to the them in stock, ns they nro staples. for evermore, revealing an "unknown more or less of viciousness nnd wn.rn.-xi- s ' Thero is nothing so good for tho youthJehovah drew Israel with "words of against Him, creating such fogs and Whom the "world by wisdom" ful blood' as Ayer's Sarsapariila." love," strong in themselves, but inmlo God," mists of ignorance that tho only wonder It. L. l'arkor, Fox Lako, "Wis. know, nor can know. For He is is that oven the light from tho "Sun of nover weak by Israel's unbelief, "Ayer's Sarsapariila gives tho beat only "Spiritually discerned." Kighteousness" can break through. That satisfaction of nny medicino I havo In denials of the flesh pointed, not "Spirit" and These stock. I recommend It, or, na tho of ignorance" It does, at all, demonstrates tho divinity uncertainly, to tho time when tho "wolf Hut once come tho "times of the splendor of that light. Thus, my Doctors say, ' I prescrlbo it ovor tho onco "winked nt" disappear forever. counter.' It novor falls to meet tho answer is: It is xo mi:al God I forge, was to lio down with tho lamb and the coses for which I recommend it, oven I think I can take tho above principle, but a real God; only ono Who "hides with tho kid," niuljinnn, tho noleopard whero tho doctors' prescriptions havo imperfectly indicated, Himself" and around Whom "clouds of lieon of no avail." O. 1. Calhoun, blest animal of all, should no longer feed thus bi lolly and " darkness" gather not fuom Hi m for Monmouth, Kansas. upon tho carcasses of lower animals, but and run It tluough and through the "Ho is light nnd in Him is no darkness Is Receiving His and at each trial it will yield n fair at all." but the obscurity is wholly that on tho clean products of tho earth. Alas! unbelief has balked Jehovah in this and reasonable solution of tho great di- of befogged minds and wills, "led capthat devil at his will," and gropby rRKl'AKKn 11V progressive educational course! Hut one fficultythat dillleiitly, bo it always re- tive liko the membered, being to clear our God of nil ing areblind men nt noonday. Our Dr. J. C. Ayer it Co., Lowell, Mass. can plainly see wliat Jonovnn intemieu of our own manufacture, unmists Trlco ilx bottle, 5. Worth t& a bottle. to bring to pass, by these restrictions, complicity with tho savagery so justly der tho supervision of tho devil. Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, (To be Continued.) Israel only "come up to Ills help and eloquently denounced by Col. Inger- had "t M.k ,,,, ik-H- Day, "' SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT llI 1 repa-sentativ- TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN I have learned that there are rumors out that I don't intend to leave and sell out, but only advertise as a scheme d per-mitt- er ! 1 to sell, more goods. While the latter is true so far as selling is concerned, the former is not so. I say emphatically here again that unless something unavoidable should happen, I WILL LEAVE STANFORD in spite of all rumors to the contrary. My goods will and must be sold as I don't intend to move any stock. Every article will be sold regardless of cost, price or profit. 'Cash I must have no matter what my loss may be. Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, all share the same fate, nothing reserved. If this is no chance To Buy Goods for FOB. SALE. 38-t- f IICl-U-'MA- a Mere Song, nee-cessary. SPSCTTliATIOlT. to-da- 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. cnd x. I Ask For Ayer's blooil-purllle- j i I ll A Fifty cents on the Dollar will buy them and some will be offered at 33 cents on the Dollar, 1-- 3 mls-talc- Sarsapariila c mm foro-runii- Opp. Myers House, Stanford. Ken-so- n, A. B9 PENNY, & jeweleb. (br blood-puriilor- ." 0 Ho Co MUPOQY9 M ERCH ANT T AI LOR FALL AND III-bi- o Ayer's Sarsapariila, t; WINTER. GOODS. Give him a Tria 1 . . i ,'. r , ' i r t c- - - . ...j IVMMMWMMlbMita tjinmitejjuiwwu. 58 WKS.'SM '"m"T;t"i ....,.t. iyMiHMiaMujwft t, y rr?wi wpwww i I ssssssmssjs; ' MM Tnr ffl Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Grn. Hahmson will not go nway from Stanford, Ky., Peitemheu Indianapolis to make speeches. Ho is evidently in with'tho railroad corporations, which aro running excursions to see him 28, 1888 at a rate almost equal to paying a cliro-ir.for tho fools to go. o i Democratic Committee) Meeting Called. Tho members of the Democratic County Committee are requested to meet at Tin: usual methods of delaying nnd tho ollico of J. B. l'axton at 2 o'cloc k thwarting justice has begun in the Dil-ge- r Monday, Oct. 1st. A full meeting is earcase at Louisville. His attorneys T. D. Newlasd, nestly requested. have secured n continuance till October Chairman. 11, when they will move for n chango of venue. It will bo granted, of course; wo NEWS CONDENSED. never heard of a refusal to do so; ho will Senator Heck is rapidly improving- not bo ready wheij tho ease is called in Tho republicans will nominate Dick the new county; thero will bo another six month's' continuance and nftcr inter- Krnst against Mr. Carlisle in tho 0th. conMilton Weston, tlio 'millionaire est in his iliabolical murder of tho two Beaver, policemenegins to die out, a trial will vict, has been pardoned by Gov. secured to of Pennsylvania. be had with one man or more Tho will of W. G. Meier, the hang the jury, or if convicted tho court tobacco man of Louisville, dispos reverse. Ho will apply of appeals will es of a million of dollars. for bail after that and get it, and when Frost has appeared at various Southho chooses to bo tried again tho princidied or gone away ern joints nnd it is hoped that tho days pal witnesses will have of yellow jack are numbered. and ho will bo acquitted. Mob law is Mrs. Kva Gately, a weulthy widow, alwavsto be deplored, but there nro would seem to and her two children, were killed at a some" cases, at least, that railroad crossing near Versailles. invite it. The Indiana campaign is a hummer. The Louisville Times states tho issues Twelve thousand speeches a week and a between the parties thus succinctly: Tho little quiet missionary work on Sunday democratic parties offere tho working-ma- n is tho uverage. low taxes, tho republican party Tho remains of $S Confederates, who offers him high taxes; tho democratic fell at Cliickamauga, havo been removed party offers labor cheap cluthing, the re- to Frankfort to sleep in tho soil of their publican party offers labor cheap whis- native State. A monument to the Confederate ky. Tho democratic party offers the manufacturer cheaper raw mutcrial and dead was unveiled at Staunton, Va., extended markets, tho republican party Monday. Gov. Lee and Gen9. Early and offers tho manufacturer taxed raw mate- Kosser delivered addresses. Mrs. Lena Schreincr, of Chicago, was rial and restricted markets. Tho demoparty offers tho business interests sentenced to ten yearsjin the penitentiacratic a reduction of the surplus by a reduction ry for pouring keioseho over a drunken of of taxation, the republican party offers a husband and then making a bon-fir- e surplus by an increase him. reduction of the Lewis Davis, taken to St. Louis six of taxation. The democratic party offers to destroy trusts, the republican party months ago to prevent him from being offers to foster trusts. Tho democratic lynched for murder, was hung by a mob party is a friend of the people, tho re- at Cuba, Mo., when he was brought back publican party is a friend of the monop- for trial. Felix Trainer, a man about 40 years oly. committee, of age, sent to jail in Baltimore on the Tub republican campaign charge of cruelty to his motherless chilwhich employed Col. Ingersoll to make dren, jumped from tho fourth tier of speeches for five weeks at 51,000 a week, cells and dashed his brains out, as he tho has gone back on its contract, and ought to havo done. colonel will orate no more. His utterMr. Scuggs, of the linn of Gooch & ances on the whisky and other questions Scugs, contractors on the Kentucky were not what the committee wanted, Midland railway, hail both eyes blown hence the henceness. Tho colonel him- out nnd his face badly burned by tho self says: "I am not going to make any premature explosion of a blast nt his political speeches. My tongue is a free works a few days ago. one, and there wouldn't bo any use tryS. D. Gooch arrived from Central what ing to fetter it. I should say Kentucky last Saturday with 135 conI believed on all tho phases of tho camvicts for his construction camp on the paign, and that doesn't seem desirable Cumberland Valley extension, which or at all events it isn't desired." will give him a working force of 1500 l'ineville Messenger. is doing a glori- hands. Courier-Journ- al Tun Notwithstanding heavy purchases of for the yellow fever sufferers. ous work It has already sent them some $4,000 and bonds by tho Treasury Department durby its efforts induced the sending of ing the present month, there is still an much more. Yesterday at its suggestion excess in receipts over expenditures the entire receipts of the Iniisvillc bince the 1st inst. of SI 3,000,000. The Jockey Club races were donated to the surplus, as stated bv tho Treasurer in his sufferers and a concert, under tho direc- last report is SlO7,25,OO0. Mrs. Lizzie Hay, of Texas, deserves tion of Col. Will S. Hays given at Leider-krat- z Hall at night. Our people are achromo. The 'Lone Highwayman," about the only ones who have not open- as ho was known, attempted to cntcrher ed their hearts nor their purses. It is house for the purpose of robbery Monnot yet too late. Won't somebody take day night and lie let him have it with a needle gun, killing him instantly. He hold" of tho matter? has been a terror to the State as a robW. R. Hay.ni, who styles himself a ber and murderer, and had repeatedly protective democrat, has announced hjm-se- gone through btage loads of men single-hande- d and got off with their valuables. a candidate against the regular dem, W. P. WALTON. . Co ef the A T t C? has bought "I? AiXMiJ. One Acre: bent In Lincoln furni , X 'iknob land, jo illAcre fruit Octo. le old Acres anujsj Semi in this and' ndjoinirg counties her 31. lor hill with complete information. hutnbor of cotton mules, for which ho II. II. Klin, Moreland, Ky paid an average of $1)0. g Tho program of tho Lexington H. M'ROBEUTS. M. D., will be held Oct. races, which STANFORD, KY. is given in this issue and will bo found of interest to the Iovom of that kind of Il.lvuu removed to this pl.icc from Liberty, tu rnctlcr his profession, call the intention ot the horse performances. public to the fad that he w" hi: ready nt .ill hours A good crowd attended the sale of day or nlRhtlo answer .nlls In town or country. Thirty years of hl hie were (pent in bunford and John D. Carpenter, dee'd, yestenlay. 52 he deems it unnecessary lo speat. ol hi ability us share of tho patron 4 physician and shares Hustonvillo bank stock sold at nKe nf the peoplesurgeon A and vie mty is.iVed of Stanford by him. J tl $125 to $127.50 and 30 in Farmers National Bank of Stanford at $140.25 to $141.50. cattle sold ot f.20; 22 head of 10 yearling steers $30.50; 18 head cattle $5.1' porewt.; brood mares t have purchased the lumber yard of Messrs. George 1) Wcaren uiul t M llruce and will open $75 to $147; saddle horses $S8; a hip yard at the one purchated of Mr. Wcaren mules fi0; hogs 4 per pound; sheep $4 llesides lumber in routih and dressed, will carry line per head; 20 acres of corn $175 for the a lime....... Ul window sashst, uwii and shingles, laths, and the ...w. fence rA.....iy ...l.l by field. S. G. HUCKI'.K Mr. Wearen. ij lyr WlNCHESTEit CouiiT- .- About 1,500 cattle on tho market. Tho followingsales were made: 00 good feeders, 1,1 W) lbs., at $5.15; 54 extra feeders, 1,125 lbs., at THE GENTS' FURHISHER, $6.35: 30 nlain feeders. l50 pound, at 613 4th St., Louisrillo. J3.07J; 10 plain feeders, 900 lbs., at $3.01; $:?.S0; 118 40 plain feeders of 1,050 lbs. at The fashions of the day in the Gents' Furnish, am plain feeders of 1,000 pounds, $:1S.S5; 28 inglinc will always be found in my store. Injianapobs extra feeders, 1,200 lbs., nt $4.!55; 33 plain agent tor the In the world. Steam Laundry, the htst Lauudrr feeders, $3 1.75 each. The was not quite so good as hut market court day, due perhaps to tho MT. VERNON, KY. of common grade. About 400 mules IWJ of which were suckon the market, lings of which horse mules sold at $15 to This oil and welMnovn Motel it anil maintain. Spe$00 and good mare mules $75 to iU"; 32 in its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. cial attention to the traveling public. $7ii and yearling cotton mules bruuuht At. 1' NKWCOMll. Prop,, Demo10 of slightly b.'tter grade $S0. Mt Vernon, Ky. Sj.tl. crat. us to A well posted fanner desires call the attention of his brother farmers LONDON, KENTUCKY, to clover growing and threshing. He tells us that while in this vicinity there is a CAPT. FRANK I. IILEY, PROPRIETOR. fair crop grown, n larger acreage would bring more money in the county. For Thoroughly Kenorated and Refurnished. instance, the gentleman in question sowI'are and Reasonable i'rices. Day ami night ed 7 acres in clover, from which, after Trains are met by I'olite I'ortersjol this Popular being grazed for a couple of months, ho House. threshed out 22 bu shels. Clover seed sells readily at $0 per bushel and it will BUTCHER SHOP. bo seen that on the 7 acres he realized a buichcr shop at Kowlaud in not only tho $132 which he sold the seed llio Ihavr opened h')UMi and am prrparrd lo furnish Kerrni Morr ol m.wtj, for, but had grass for his cattle all tho the pub ic with ail Undt hrrnuliire fish l and oysI As continters in their M?a)ii year, save one month in which ho gave ue runnin; my ac"" de ivenu,; meat to my cusa chance to bud. There is tomers in Stanford and vicinity the clover M K KI.KIN ..tf little or no labor neeesssiry, and w e w ould suggest to our fanners to give clover S. O. DAVIS; .rowing and thrching their attention for at least one year. Put in 5 or 10 acres PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, and see if it does not make you good and easv money. MT. VERXOX.KV. . A. Doty, of Garrard, I I liot-tin- 8-- 12, 0. OVERCOATS I IN- - 1,450-poun- d "UkI3CIl YARDI 1 Satinets and Kerseys, Worsteds and Chinchillas. In Light and Dark Colors and in Light Medium and Heavy "Weights. WOOD WALLACE, Our Stock is Full of Fresh Goods. Conic ICnrly nnd get Choice 1 000-poun- d cat-ti- e of PntcniH and SIzcn. over-suppl- y NEWCOMB HOTEL. BRUCE&MeROBERTS. - JACKSON HOUSE. First-clas- s tf. NEW I T. R. WALTON MI & SOMERSET STANFORD, DEATH'S DOINGS. Office nest door tn Whitehead's f. Drue More jut diseases of children Mits. W. G. Welch received a dispatch Special attention ieu to ;j-t.Mary Cox saying viMerdav from Miss that her father, Dr. J. V. Cox, died at 1 f p. m. fie was na&tor of the Chtiutian church here for vears and was much be to regular customers in loved. Ho was n man of much bearing I ill dclucr vicinity ever) morning Stanford and and as editor or preacher he was able to ! copo with the best of them. Accounts mutt Ic paid at the close of each week IC3E, ICE. XCE At Two Cent Per Pound ,9 hcn customer nuns K STREETS 1 or The rin.t Step A.alnat tlio 'Trust- -" ' E HARROW lf rx i ocratic nominee in the 4th and hopes by disaffection in our party and radical votes to beat Montgomery. But he is reckoning strongly without his host. In 1880 on a light vote Montgomery beat his reand it is not publican opponent this assistant republican can likely that overcome that majority. Haynes U a blatherskite and a dupe, and that'sabout all he is. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. . Tiir.nu were 10)5 new cases of yellow ff.vonui.1 7 deaths in Jacksonville Wed nesday and only two new cases and no deaths at Decatur. Tlio doctors say mai the sickness at Jackson is not yellow fvr.r nnd on the whole there is lets ex citement and fear in tho South. The disease seems on tho wane and the cool weather presages an early end of tho scourgo by tho arrival of Jack Frost. Tub republicans aro counting on carrying Florida because a majority of tho white people have fled from tho yellow fever and tho negroes can not get away. This is liko a drowning man catching at straws. It is six weeks before the election and one good frost between now and then will restore tho entiio refugeo popn .State. ulation to tho scourge-stricke- Hail sold to M. F. Elkin 4 head of butcher stud' at 2. Fanners are paying from 8 to 10 cts. per shock for cutting cam. Wakefield it Lee sold to John Gill, of Garrard, 50 yearling heifers at Home ndbed timothy and clover seed pure and clean, for sale by F. Held. No. wheat reached the highest notch for years when 8 cars sold atSl.lL'J at Minneapolis Tuesday. D. N. I'rewitt has engaged for June delivery 300 lambs from various parties in this county at C( cts. D. N. I'rewitt shipped from this s place to Cincinnati two of hogs, for which ho paid from a to b cts. Reports of a short turkey crop (,'ome from all parts of the State, and that with Thanksgiving day growing on apace! Two Lincoln county horses ran 4th in races at Louisville Tuesday, G. A. Lackey's Santa Cruz and Scott Earns' M. J. .'. Mr. Clainu htu inado many assertions homo that will not bear the slneo ho Quo of tiiom in liirht of lnvcstlr.Uloii. his statement that "England is pliiAtoml all over with trubts." Tho Globe lias no sjieclal admiration for England, us our readers well know Hut It h&s an admiration fur truth, and truth compels us to udmlt that when Mr Maine mado that remark ho waB "talkhijy wild." iVs tho Now York Times' correspondent ha3 shown, England U not plastered all over with trusts. Iti fuct thero uro no tnihUi there iu tho senso In which tlio word is uwkI In this country. There cannot bo a trust any whero uidess tho production can 1a monopolized and the market "cornered." If thero la any com modify of which England naturally has tho exclusive production, that might be controlled by a trust; but thero could bo no Bitch thiug as a British trust In things which cau bo produced In other count rlos, for if such a trust wero attempted coods would How In from abroad mm break the "corner." Thero might bo an inter-national, world wido trust, but as Iouk as England has frto trudo thero could not U; an English trust. And except la a fow articles of very restricted production a world wide trust would bo extremely difficult to hold toother. Boston Qlobo. 2TEW COAX TTAEJ3. 1 am Agcut Kor The SUPERIOR LILY COAL, And will Letp it c instant!) in Stanford nn hand m my yards TSlSVrTTJGBrZ. Also Limo, Sand and Hair. filM) me a 63 ' C all II tf JUltN HIlsClNS, Stanford. Prices Always Reasonable and Goods First-Clas- s. . 1 i J. T. STJTTOIT c& CO., HUSTONVILIiE, KY. 1 car-load- campaign documents, arranging with speakors, organizing clubs, and uttond-h- i to tho other details of an actlvo campaign, tho members of tho Democratic Campaign commltteo in Now York amuse tbetnheives working off jokes on tho reporters of tho Itopublicau organs about ferocious quarrels in tho commlttoo room and about Democratic prospects going to Tho beat part tha demultion of tho joko Is that tho Republican newspaper reporters and editors swallow It all down. at. Louis Republic bow-wows. In tho Arc still in the business and ready to do any- IKing ill inc 1. nuenuKiiiK !iu- - .. c iiuvc u full slock of Cases and Castels of all kinds and Holies of every description Our hearse, which is nearly new Lan be obtained on short nonce Mr J II Green has charco of our business and will show Gulllblo Ilcptibllcun. one needing anything in our our goods intervals between sendlug out line y &4-- GOOD EMPTTT BARRELS FOR SA3CE. THE FLORENCE WASHING MACHINE Doo Dillion. . cratic nominee in tho 5th and Gussy Wilson has been pitted against him by tho republicans, who hope to repeat tho close contest of two vears ago. But tho democracy is united this time and Mr. Caruth having made n good representative, will bo returned by a majority that will silence tho radical batteries. Cahuth has been declared tho demo- At tho public, jwilo of a political character might bo given week at Lexington, by Sherloy, Middle-toits items that it refrains almost from pubLynn, Wallace, Chinn and Black, lishing any at all. 45 animals wciosold at an averagoof $70. TiJEitE was a Blight speck of war atltio The present tobacco crop in Central KenGrande City between tho Mexicans and tucky is tho largest over planted both in Texans, but tho Governor's prompt re- acreage and size. Yet it is feared it will sponse to call for troops soon restored prove one of tho most inferior crops over raised. Paris News. quiet. n, The Williamsburg Tunes goes to the trouble to deny that it takes sides in politics. Whilu it was at it, it might have udded that it is so fearful that a coloring Violin, valued at $5,000, and Misty Way, at .4,000, were burned in the file at Shockenoy's stables in tho Fair Grounds, near Louisville. Tho best time to sow timothy seed is in tho fall, and it usually succeeds well sown with, or rather after, a seeding with winter grain. If tho soil has been properly prepared for a seed bed for the grain, the grass seed will bo amply covered by tho first rain. I). C. Turhune last Friday bought 20 yeailing mules of V. S. Vnnarsdall for Sl.Gitt, and 5 of J. A. Iluguely at $71) each. On Saturday ho bought 3 of C. C. Huguely at SS2.C0 each, and 2 inule colts at $50 per head and 13 other of various parties at $12.50 to $90 per head. o Advocate. I have boucht the right to sell the Florence Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish all who may wish to save their clothes from the rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of washing. Take one and try it and be convinced, I'll not worry you about buying unless you are fully satisfied a to its merits. The undersigned have purchised the Florence Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, and without hesitation pronounce it a success in every particular, doing all that Is claimed for it: Sloro I ill: bhexl Thau Uloodshed. Wm Daugherty, J V, Wallace. Dr. llourne, Col. Dudloy says: "Wo shall mako no Mrs S P. Sailer, A. C. Sine, Hill I'erkins, Lewis Dudderar, J. K. Lynn, L. L. Dawson, C Vanoy, attempt to carry any southern stato, and Holti-claGeorge Peyton, I want to glvo tho reason why. Wo want Mrs Amanda Peak,Albert Camden, bun .lex Raines, K. C. C. Fields, to avoid bloodshed." But tho colonel's K. Harrow, A. M. Fcland and many others M.K. ELKIN. campahju methods havo always been perIlesdijuaiters nt S. S Myers' store. fectly peaccubl'j and pacifying, as tho votera whoso political projudicos wero overcome with his crisp 3 bills will cheerfully attest. A campaign on the Hooslor plan of 18S0 would not oxclto bloodshed anywhero, and Dudley's fears aro wholly teuglsary. Chicago Herald. .miw, indeed. Mr. Upson Downos If you see any R. B. GEOGHEGAN, SUCCESSOR TO f ATC UjVW CW)OE? fI MT'VTmT? IIIWWIIIWIj tDrH M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, MACK MOT'FMAN, PMtDPo AV orj 5U 4TH AVENUE, thing LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. around here, Holtinan, I of wish you'd hang on to it for me. I'vo just lost 0110 out of my pocket. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Mr. Hoffman Houoo Was It a now bill or Stock of an oldouol Upson Oh, a bran now ono. I just borrowed It an hour ago. Puck. Didn't Enjoy tlio Trip. "How did you enjoy your trip abroad!" Dan-villEver brought to tho city of Louisville, now open wa3 asked of a Now Yorkor. "Beastly stupid time, I didn't sco a sin-gl- o including the while I was gone" of Jerseys last & CO'S. HATS KjfyV7?uSmSJaf?V'tv J FALL HATS, world-renown- o Jud'jc, KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON ScAitiXT revcit Is a spcclilo poison which emanates from tho person of tho patient, and can bo caused by no other means. Diphtheria is contagious, but may arise from fermenting filth, eto. Typhoid fever and Asiatic cholera aro not directly from person to person, but aro spread by tho dejecta of their victims, which coutuinluute the water supply. , And also my own importation of Knglish ILita and Clips An elegant lino ol Canes and Lyon's I'lne Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select lino of Furniture SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, CAPS, and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low as such ,goods Gloves and other Furs, n specialty Orders can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conof city solicited, perfect aatlsfuction guaranvinced that I sell lower than the lowest. NOIUIV HAT. teed. Don't lail to order a out-vid- e 22-i- i w rr,7w?s-- K Wrjs1fc1 jw i.cD..jA.'jL'j ,.1. jf i..'.-- n srnr""! n"mim t.i,ii'.'uU- -. l.i .W...i,. lil fc'iimuHltnw vjTrfw tm I'lt rn'oM''t fl -- s.1- i iMmsM'iV- -' -- . mm" -,- fWi U f,,-,- .. --- . v Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal! c""s mm. ManaRori . mm.mmmmmmmm .C. WALTON, iiitS. II. MiankH'. Tiiiikk No. " "ri.i!Lii"ta"'''i ashtiick ... 1 Tint JJcll county murderers, AlvisTur-hi- t Foster. Tlio meetings will continue till nnd others, who weru hero for safe- further notice at 10:110 a. u. nnd 7:15 p.m. joi oi now goons jiifii received keeping nearly n year, nro now out on bail. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. y Thompson & McKinzio have their Tun United States Express is tho t f ItrtiMft u.tln itliiirm house lacked and jammed witli new ' ' quickest, safest and cheapest. Pncknges Stanford., Ky.., Ni:iti:miii:h 28., 188a - goods. 2t Oai.1- at b. II. hliiinkn and see the now called for and delivered at your door. A. T. Nunuelley, ngent. "Wo have been using Ganter's mnglc PubllBhod Iivory Tuouday and Friday oviimim lw In ilnllv rrii(vini'. . chicken cholera euro very successfully Tin: postmnster nt Pinuvllle, Mr. Mon- nnd hnvu dispensed witli alj AT Cam, in nnd wo tho now good Mn. others. No roe, has been suspended nnd his ollico U I'KK VJlJAlMX AUVAJfCJC Knto Duddorur lias junl received. diseases, less food nnd fine plumngo." . placed in the hands of his bondsmen. Tin: Stlllwell Comedy Co. hascnnclled He is behind in his accounts nnd had no Poultry Yards, Gordonvllle, Ky. Sold irWiikit not o paid $3.0O will be charged." its uiiKnguiiiuiit and will not njipenr on system in thu management of his busi- and warranted by McBoberts A Stngg. tlio ft!, its stated. ness. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Work has begun in earnest on the - Iravr Rowland nt m and ;:o a m I iiKMiir. to runt my property on Main rainTin: 'great American cano maker, Con- grade of tho Barbourville Street Hallway anil return it ( m nnd 8'r p m. News. Htreet. For particular and ternm call on stable Dan Miller, has laid numerous Co. or addrew V. II. Hi'iiiM. Mrs. C. A. town people under obligations for ntco LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. NEW AM'EJtTISKMENTS. Holmes. specimens of Ids skill, ourselves among II 31 pin Mail train going North .. 1). Ki. km is in I.oiiisvlllo buying a few tho number. ....1 Jtpm boulh. I have rooted ,.n j;pm l.ipretsltaln " South.... liieh lie will Hell at re .. j ; . m more awii, North Tin; democratic county committee lias 6 30 m niiirkably low prices Local Freight North. befoio ho leaves called a meeting for next Monday. It Is ,.6sspm souui.. Stanford. I he latter tram. al.u .rf y pus.sugers, high time something was being done. To Lancaiter Hreet. opposite the CourtHotite I also keep alotol HKICKon hand read r for sale. calculated on standard ume. Solar he ahoe 'i: bought an eleg.mt variety of mil- The rads and tho prohibitionists aro acW. F KAMSF.Y, lime It about w minute (a.ler. Stanford, Ky. linery while in Cincinnati and arc now tive, but tho democracy seems to bo sufMEANS BUSINESS. prepared to have our ciiHtoincrri call and fering from its usual attack of apathy. 7USLIC SALS OF A GOOD LINCOLff 7AKH, Watciiim and jewelry repaired and look through ourfitock. Courts A Cox. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. warranted. A. It, I'enny. A young lawyer, Mr. Will Imv, of Tur wife, of .Mr. AlexTraylor, who was TiinU'ht iilnrtj to buy drugs, pntent And nt A. It. a Miss Stone, was adjudged a lunatic Pineville, and Miss medicines and trtilet artiths Hose, daughter of will tell at public auction on tny place on the Penny's. Wednesday and ordered to tho Asylum. J. J. Gibson, a lnrgo land owner in Bell Danville and llimonville pike, V milei from the latter place and K 'le from Moreland Station, IJt'Yyour school books, Ink, tablets, The tioublu was produced !'' disease county, slipped over to Jell'ersonvillu and convenient to churches and schools, on paper, pencils and school supplies of nil peculiar to women. Tuesday and married. James G. Givens, kinds from A. K. Penny. Oct. 17, 1888, e Ksq., assisted thu youngsters' in their I guarantee all watches and every Tiik creditors of J. J. Newland, dee'd., (light Mr Farm of about 315 Acres of Land I sell to be Just as repreof jewelry and helped them to happiness. About s acres in cutivatlon; as acres in timare notified that their claims must be sented. A. U." Penny. of tho happy pair could ber and thu remainder in (;rass It has on it a Thu friends Hied with me, properly verified, on or frame dwelling, containing 7 rooms. The wish them no greater boon than that tho outbuildings are rtwmy and ill cood repair. Farm PERSONAL POINTS. of October, 18SS. Cr. M. the Kith is well watered the place will be offered in three lives of Mr. J. W. McCurdy and Miss parts and then as a whole, nnd the best aggregate Davison, Master Com'r. Mu. .1. C. MU'i.u is In Imisville. Terms made known who wero inndu Alinn ii... bought an elegant God's Hays, ordinance Tuesday,onu after taken given immediately, orona day of sale. dethe purchaser Mil. John Smii.i:v Is at homo from may be sires holy Whim: in the city At the same time and place will sell my perImisville. line of millinery, which is coming in dai- over as'bright and as beautiful as the sonal property, consisting of a good farming brood Mil. J. S. HotKKii went to Marcs, ly. Kverythtng novel in my lino can bo lovely Autumn day which saw them saddlu both of them in loal ta a Jack; one good and harness Morse, and one Wednesday. lind nt my store. I cordially iuviteall to united. Ixrng before thu hour wt for tho Filly and one Horse, one is viswork mare Mule, weanling Minn Mis.sii: lluuii, of Ioudou, examine my stock before purchasing. ceremony the new Presbyterian church head of Milk Cows, a lot 01 youngMu Colt, 6 or 8 Cattle, consist, iting Mrs. W. F. Itamsey. (and by the way, this was tho first mar- ing of Steers, Heifers and Calves; a lot of Hotf Mrs. Kate Dudderar. Shoata: a good lot of Farming Implements I'iiu W. (J. Wki.i went to Knoxville riage to occur in it) was crowded with tnd Household and Kitchen Furniture; 8 lo ta and Mn. It. C. Wauiikn was much pleased the friends and acquaintances of tho hrido tonsoflimoihy and Millet Hay, a lot of Oats, a on legal business yi'fterday. small lot of Wheat and a lot of Corn Mas. Pm:nSTitt has returned from with his visit to Lilrcrty, and is confi- to witness thu consummation of her hap'I rrms liberal and made known on dav of sale. J 1. LAND, dent Ids speech did much good. Finley piness nnd to wish her lnm voyngo on to relatives at Moreland. I I). English, Auctioneer Moreland, Ky S. ,30 bee hires will le sold also. MissSi'sn: (J i:tiiv, of IlarnKlslturg, had Judge IWldeu to meet him, but we the sea of matrimony. At 1U.15 thu briopine the judge is a better snorer than dal party entered, attended bylv.C. Walhas betn isitiug Mrs. It. F. Hunt. has rotiirnel he is an exHunder of the UirilF issue. Mm. Col, T. W. Mii.i.mt ton and Miss Sue Bout, George L. Penny from a viMt to friends at Danville. Six per cent, is and Miss Annie Wray, and preceded by To tiikTav-PaykiiCut. F. II. Iln.r.i, the clover ptwprie-to- r added by law on all taxes not paid by the ushers. Messrs. J. II. Baui'hman nnd of the Jackson House at lnidon, was Association, NovchiIht Nt. County Court day in Will Severance, and to thu music of Men-in town Wediifhday. lute. I have no oeissiion .unrcii, ariisucaiiy perioriueu November will bo too pYTViPTn'V - KY., -u .Mim Iiiiim: ltnni:v, discretion in tho matter. The Auditor by Mr. and Mrs. A. G. IluH'iiian, Jr., young lady of IniliiuinK)lis, hid., is vis- charges mo witli the additional (1 per proceeded slowly down tho aisle to where OCT. 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, 1888. iting Miss I.uey Tate. Buv. A. S. Moll'ett stood ready to say the cent. T. D. Newland, S. L. C. K1.1.KJ. Iti.i.otr came up from the . Miss words that would unite them till death to spend a MONDAY, OCT 8. Somi: liar at Crab Orchard quotes from shall sever. Tho grouping was quite "r.iiierset Ctillege ,...51,300 la linn 15 a rebel ftpoeeh made by old Cncle Mar- picturesque, with a background of beau- IiiturilN Stakes, for iI.im, estimated dny or two at home. olds Smlrn sw a Mltlon tin Boss ami char.icteiies him as the tifully arranged boxed nnd cut flowers, Ashland Stakes for curlings e.Mimati'd 600 Mis Sri: Koit hn taken 7 o class purse jco trotting with the Unit of Courts .t Cox mid will oracle of democracy in Lincoln county, nnd then thu man of God, with distinct TUESDAY, OCT 9. in a dispatch sent to theCincinnati Com- and well chosen terms, pronounced the Nullum Stakes 1 jo class, estimated act as s.ilcxlady and trimmer. Si,;jo purtc Mmi. A. S. Mvkus, Smith Irvine mercial, and mills that the party here is final words that made them huibandilnd a'lj 1I11- 1- pailng , liuuri Kininvnee, es- 750 Spicial Stakes, Sutic.S timated 600 in sympathy with his treasonable utter- wife. The music, which had continued nnd J. H. Ouens are llshing in thu Stakes for (yc.ir-ol... 430 ances. Mr. Kos is a u'ood, clever old in Mibduod notes during the ceremony, near Williamsburg. WKDN'LSDAY, OCT. 10. Mn. A. I). Nkwi..nh chaperoned Miss- man, but the lying reporter knows as broke forth again and the party left the 1.1(1 clas trotting......... ..purse $1,001 class i,oon es Mary Newlnml, Pattle Cochran nnd well as we do that Mr. Bns is nt tlio age church by the oppoMtu ainlo from which Stallion Stakes, J si yeor'oliN K mucky Stakes j 750 to be garrulous and that no 0110 regards they entered and taking carriages were liceklc White to lnilsvllle yesterday. THURSDAY, OCT it. Mas. M.nv A. M ahtin called in to pay his utterances with scrioiti considera- driven to tho depot, where Mr. and Mrs. acing purv) 1,000 J purso 750 ycstenlny and left a tion. her McCurdy took the train for their homo I. esmgtun Stakes for estimated 900 d, of apples to remind us n long big basket FRIDAY, OCT. i. Tin: prohibition light is waxing warm in Kansas City, Mo., tho attendants and trotting purc$a,oio time of her pleasant vMt. in Casey, which will otu on it next others accompanying themns farns Junc- 7 ai class trottih); pure !,ooo Mn. IIoui.k writes from Ilustonvillero-gnnliiiestimated. .. 1,000 tion City. Of the bride, who is a lovely Special Makes for j week. KIder J. J. Montgomery made the sick: Mit Wentherfunl is live speeches there this week nnd blonde, and the only daughter of Mrs. Ladies Free on Hrt Day. no better, J. It. Cook not improving, entirely from a local Kate Hays, too much in praibo can not EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS. the question and Fred IViicwk is oie. and mom! point of view without regard be Mid. She is possessed of a warm, KD TIITO.V, 5tcy Win. McKi.ssr.v has been htrnnl from. to politics. That's thu way these sly bright and imputnivu nature, and to I JOHN'S FOX, President deterHe and two other railroad men Prohibi- an oft repeated description, "Slio is one fellows maiingt) thu business. mined to remain nt their Ksts in Deca- tion is purely a moml ouestloti till it is of the best hearted girls that over was," 10 tur, and he is still there, well nt last ac- voted ut of a section and then it becomes and the young people part with her with grc.it reluctance. A traveling dress of counts. a political one. From a moral standTwo Pianos, one Or(Mii, two W'nrdrotos, two I.ri'Y Tm:is entertaining it love-l- point we might all be for prohibition, dahlia cloth, trimmed in old gold and Dlliin; Ku in Safes, one Walnut i'xtension one large one luartette at present. In addition to Inn when it Is mixed with politics wo dahlia velvet, setoir her splendid figure, and Table, Springs. Pillows, lllankets, Ilcdstead Wire" Coal Oil while a hat to match and Marechal Neil Tank and many other thlnirs For cash these arthe me mention above, Missus Annie prefer to utick to the old lamlmaiks. Le had at.l bargain. Apply to ticles can roses completed her out-fiHer Frautz, of Louisville, l.izi" Young, of t ALF.X S. l'AXIO.V Stanford. Kv Tin: Platte City, Mo.. Lindmark conis quite extensive and her bridal Sue Hanlin, of N'iehol.isville, and Alo 3 docks, pillws Illankits and thrtegoud arrived yesterday. The C. S., tains a sketch of the life of Dr. K. McD. presents numerous ami costlv. The for-- . mattresses. as usual, failed to connect and the two Coll'ey, who was recently nominated for tunalo groom is a resident of Kansas last had to wait for the 7 o'clock freight. treasurer of Platte county by a uuijoiity City, whore ho is deputy in the collectof democratic Cut. W. II. SwKi:vr.v, the cleverest in the He was born primary election this or's ollico, and during his numerous vis- SAW MILL FOR SALE! J.V at Htistonville, its hero lia impressed those who have conductor that ever pulled a bull cord, .AIho Ijtmcl tintl Stoolc. in medi- met him with his gentlemanly bearing after running on tho Knoxvillo llranch county, in 1Si.i( and graduated As I desire to lease Kentucky I wilt sell at great ever since it liegiiu, leaves us next week cine in tlio Transylvania University, and genuine worth. Ho is to be con- sacrifice 3 saw mills complete with jo horse boilers Uemoved to Mis- gratulated on winning so lovely a bride, and so horse engines, 3 saw works. ox log for the ll.mNtowii Branch nnd will be Lexington, in lS'il'. wijjons, liurkboird, 3 spring agsouri two years later and practiced med- and the Istkuiok .Ioi'k.vai. extends to on mid Inrncss 3 joke of cattle, 3 mules, t horse, succeeded by dipt. Crouch. Tho new grist mill complete, and my farm of 560 acres of run will bo much lighter on the old gen- icine, till tho breaking out of tho war, him ami his the assurance of its sincere snob land well timbered. Will sell privately. MART SMITH, tleman, as it is entirely In the day time when ho enlisted in tho "lost causo" and esteem and good wishes. Mawopd, Ky. Ho then Cicero Ciarkson and Miss Martha and only occupies three hours each way. scru'il gallantly till its close. I'verybody will bo sorrv to lose the gen-i- returned to Platte county and resumed Camden wero married at Albeit PU1SLIC SALE old Captain, but will bo glad he has his practice, w hich has several times on the 2.'ith. or lighter work. been interrupted by election to importTho report, that a handsome widow ant olllces. Dr. Coll'ey Is a cousin of of this place was married in Danville FARM & PERSONALTY. CITY AND VICINITY. Squire M. C. Portman and has many rel- yesterday turns out to bo a canard. . at S. S. Myers. atives in this, Madison ami Casey counFkkhii oysters Mr. Sam Flint, 08 and a widower, As administrator of the estate of Geo. I). Anderties. was united in marriage yesterday to Miss son, dee'd, with tho will annexed, I will on Xi:w Goons ineiidlessv.uietyat Courts Tin: Little Bed Hog and tho coons had Isephenn Wilcher, a a Bpinster of 13. & Cox's. SATURDAY, SEPT. 29, 1888, Yesterday Judgo T. W. Varnon it all to themselves at tho In the town of Hiistonville, Lincoln county, Ky. forget tlio Fresh Oysters, Fish Don't Monday night. Not oer a dozen, if that bound together Mr. Blueford Literal, a sell at public auction to the highest bidder, the and Celery at J. T. Harris'. property of many, whites were present, and our in- widower of 41, and Mrs. Bruley J. An- as follows: the estate of Geo. 11. Anderson, dee'd, Nkw York countB served in any stylo formant says ho never witnessed such a derson, a widow of 28. A lot of beds, bedding and lurniture, one sewing machine and other household goods, the farm of at Zimmer's for 25 cents per half dozen. monkey and parrot time. Tlio speaker CHURCH AFFAIRS. about 83 acres about a half milo South of Hiis. ... refened to himself several times as tho tons lllc 011 the Liberty turnpike, and the A i.Aitou lino of now fall goods just rehnlfintcrctt it small tract of land on Littlo Bed Hog and onco ventured tho Bev. Hen Helm will preach at tlio the Waters of Green Kiir. ceived at S. II. Shanks'. Call In and seo assertion that he would root out thu Presbyterian church Sunday next. them. Klder 0. I'. Williamson's meeting at Mr. Dutton the tenant now ontothe litrmwill show democratic party, lock, stock and barrel. it lo any one desiring purchase. connect u sin His remarks wero entirely devoted to Mt. Kden, Fnyetto county, continues, Tin: C. S. has failed to Terms. For thu ncn.011.1llv nnd Knob land a witli 17 additions. gle day this week with tho Cincinnati abuse of his bettersnndnn alleged discuscredit of 3 months 011 nolo with good security, 01 Jio and all ..1 1.1... i ,!,.. uoiiu iaiiK ii..m-i- i 1. :.. .......1:.,.. bearing interest for cashsumsFor the farm, over but mail fortius point. sion of tho tiirifi, which was O reek to uia r.ltier uJertli4t amount cash oil day of sale, ri inainder I'l 6 and a months most of his hearers, but tlioy didn't fail at Mt. Olivet Sundav. Seven confessed rt untiic tli tr(Vi.l iiipuvitt imiif lnlaL iiuni u Tin: Lincoln County Club will bear in iivitituu iiitviwit (n,n "ii" (."" to ejaculate, often at tho wrong time, Christ, !( took lneillboiahipiind.l restored date of possession and possession to be given Jan. called for mind that a meeting is "Thank Cod for that," "Bless Jesus," to the church. Tlio meeting was one of AJmr o, (.ro night at tho Ac. At the conclusion of tho exhorta- tho best ever held in tho church. John! Salc to commence nt a o'clock, sharp. Oc'it rubber goods have anived. Thoso tion all tho congregation crowded up to A. Chappell. Bro. B.irnes is devoting much space wanting sandals and overshoes can now glvo tho speaker tho right hand of fellowship, after the order of soinu church- and etl'ort in attempting to prove that get thorn. Bruce A McUoberls. es on receiving an applicant to member the Hod of the Old Testament is not so I. SCHLHGF.L.the Richmond Photographer, Tin: town authorities should require ship. George W. Gentry, tho colored bad as He is pictuied. Bead his letter wnl be Stanford, Tuesday. October a and 30. tlmt tho stono now being put on tho Demothene.s, Indulged In a fow oxcited on tho tlrst pae. Ho and the troupe aio Tuosday, Novombor 13 and 27. streets shall bo covered with gravel, it remarks, and tho meeting adjourned to now in Brookville, Ind.' TuoBday, Docombor 11 and 25.' is almost impossible to drive or. portions tho street, where tho colored contingent ineetiiipnt tho Christian church And will inako negntUos on those days by using The of Main faster than a walk. proceeded to parade, bended lly drum is progressing very gratify high--. Klder tho instautaiiious process onPictures can boI made also clear days. Just as well on cloudy .is hnllooing for Ilallison nnd Georgo D.irsie is a lino speaker nnd an wish to mention that parlies Having Pictures to Mas. (J. T. Mc'lloimiiTs sends us a sack andfifoand Knlarge in Croyon, Oil. will find Color or a singlo whito man ap- oxcellent expounder of the truths of the it lo tlieir advantage to.iter ltdone at homo. ill. have of tho largest and finest npples wo ever Morton. Not ot st'iiding them ofTwith strangers, us I can which plainly indi- Bible, and is winning golden opinions stead ilium them, copy Just as cheap nnd git c entire satisfacsaw nnd a raddish that beats any over peared with aro willing to uso from all who hear him. There have tion '1 hanking the people of Lincoln county for brought to this olllce. Wo aro afraid to cates that while they their patronage, nnd hoping for u continuance of for their purpose, they nro yet been three additions, two by letter and same, I am Very Respectfully say how largo they really nro for fear wo them J. L.SCHI.hGEL, Photographer. with them. ono by confession, tho latter Mrs. J. B. 61. if nshamed to appear in ranks might bo charged with prevarication. wheat drills for NOW OPEN, We Have Opened our Stock of ",'... - - ? - j in ... Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Every- '1 j thing is new, MOT K PIECE OF OLD GOODS . . . M7 MEAT SHOP 1 i - I 1 And every thing has been selected with great care, the senior member's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and those who pay promptly at the end of each six months is especially desired. Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, I nr-tid- Wednesday, SEVERANCE & SON. BUGGIES, CARRIAGES Kluc-Grai- s on 1 1 year-ol- d Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboardd, Eoad Carts and Spring Wagons, the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over 1 11 11 11 .it 1 s. emmranmm . Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for tho trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. 1 GEO. 3D. BTSAHSN, 11 Iniiitl-om- ,,.,, MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. MN'G'H, ny NEW! NEW! NEW! A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Cum-btrliii- ul Itlue-tjia- ss d .. -- Eo zilLl MCM(MM9 Free-for-a- 311 cbiss-trotti- ng Free-for-a- Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by Bakery, Restaurant and Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everything in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. g j-- ear-old- s, pre-sen- tl FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE Respectfully, R. ZIMMER, lc-- e 1" Wholesale and Retail. 'Fim Hook-Cas- HAILM, IFLIE.A.SE -- OBSERVE HAVT Mi-.- -i v Din-in- g t. trou-sca- n j8-,- M'ROBERTSSTAGG A FUIL.IL ABSOl&TMGEJKT -- Ilar-rodshur-g, cr- 1 1 1 was-o- n v WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. Having secured tho services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with many years experience, all work done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the eye. jS-l- f nl I.an-ham- 's QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) KAVOIUTF. LINE 11ETWEEN to-da- y ... ... THE NORTH AND SOUTH. court-hous- o LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. IN 35 J HOURS. Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. TirKiucx-A-ssTiorivr testi-t.itor- 111 link. ItlOA-X-) CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16,1888. rcKaYTJDOAVN-TRAINS M)U1 No. 7. 11. . TJI. It. . .. 1 mc-uu.- . .o, onc-thl- 1 ' 111 i( ! court-hous- ... e. .9 S.V Daily Ex. Sun. Daily. Daily. 8 17 a m 4 03 p m Scop m, 7 SS a m. I.'ve... .Cincinnati .,,,, A'rv .Villiamlown. ...L'vc1 9 Si a m 5 47 1 nl 9 35P m1,... .,. Georgetown.. 1059 a m 7 oj p m 'OJ7P nu .... ...,.. ' Dally. 3. NoTJ." No. 1. STATIONS. No. 6. TRAINS NORTH." No. 4. No. No. 2. CUT 111 ... Tms OTJT. ... 4 10 a in 714am 308 pm .Lexington.. ,......' 3i.8a ml 4 IS P" joojm a 40 p ni 11 pp m 7 33 P 1105P nil 10 35am To am Lv. 1. 011 , Lou S. R R. Arj 63011 m 7 10 p in 9 40 a 4 40 pm 8 10 p ml 7 L 8 37 pm! 11 48 a in1 10 50JI m'Ar. llurgiir' 50 a m 300 a ", 3 3l"n J' llurgin .Arr a Son m( 3 17 p m 5 4J a m 11 pm 17 p in a 31 pm 845 p ii oa a Tn .. 17 am LLvc JjSa m' Danville.. j 30 a m 10 pm pm la 16 a m li jo p i j? 3 jo a in 00 p in .Junction City 1 15 333 a m 3 a 910pm 11 30 a m it 45.1m;. cs.a ml J5 p m Somerset ... 00 pin' a 05 a in 03 a m 3 00 p in 11 35 a in Oakdalc.. .. 7 35 a m o 50 p in 9 3P ij a 535 a "f p m 755 a '" ,ooani 835 a m 0 40 p Ar'v.,.Chattanoosa, ..I.'sc 0 30 10 00 pm Ar'v 5 45P ni 7 is a in 9 10 a ml 7 00 p m I.'sc.. Chattinooga,, 40 a m, I 00 p in. o 49pm'Ar'.. ...Attalh, .., ISP in in 11 45 p m l.'vt... Ilirnungham, II3JP mi 3 co p m oa m ...Tuscaloosa., 8 isp in' I 30 a in 841a L've 4 15a m looop Meridian.. 11 35 P ml 4 45am Ar'v m 11 00 a m'Ar'v...New Orleans ...I.'ve 9 cop ni 3 35P'" 63011 ... 9 00 p in Meridian... ...Ar'v ...1 i 00 .1 in I.'ve ... 6 top ml, Jackson.... ...Ar'v -.- .1 9 00 . m L've ... 400 pm 50 am L'vc....Vicl.sliuri;,.. Monroe ... jo pm I.'sc ...1005 a m ... 600 a in. tj p Ar'v....Shreeport.. Mann lloudoir Iluflet Sleeping Cars on all trains. D. O. EDWARDS, Gen'l l'rt. A Pass Agt' JOHN C.GAULT, General Manager, J. QUINLAN, Gen. Adtertisinr, Apt. R. CARROLL, General Superintendent. General Offices, St. Paul Uuildlng, West fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. 111 1 1 1 111 111 1 1 1 5 13 a m Dally. 6 40 a ml 64a pm ... Daily. Daily. ioij a in 6 00 p m 8 30 a m 411pm a 111 111 111 111 1 3P 111 1 11 111 111 4W..JV N - I - wwumshium fisii .' ' .i -- ! nmupwif iniijnwwsr""ii ' J '" I. r IM TJ'il1 ir y Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FRESH CMESTNUTS. GETS Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve In the world lor cuts, bruises, torei, ulcers, salt rheum, fever tores, tetter, chapped Kinds, chilblains, corns nnd all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Trice 5 cents per box. For sale by A K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. m TUXl'l JUST TUK 8.VS1K. Rich and Poor, COFFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. I'rlncp nnd Peasant, the Millionaire and Day Laborer, by their coiniiiuu uso of repthis rtiined.v, attest tho world-wtd- o utation of Aycr's l'llls. Leading physicians recommend these pills for Slutiinch and Liver Troubles, Costive-net- s, lllllottsnrss, and Sick Hoadacho ; ahto, fur ltlieiiniatlsni, Juumllre, and j conNnurnlgla. They aro sugar-coate- d tain no calomel ; uro prompt, hut mild, In operation ; and, therefore, tho very best UH'illchin for Family Use, as woll as for Travelers and Tourists. " I have derived preot relief from Aycr's Pills. Five years ago I was taken so 111 with i GROVER CLEVELAND, Of New York. For ALLEN G. THURMN, OfOhio. Kor Congress, james b. Mccreary, Of Madison. CRAB ORCHARD. next Sunday, everybody; help to build it up. Mr. J. It. Bailey has rented and taken possession of Mr. W. K. Buchanan's house on Cemetery stect. Miss Lydia Lewis remained with us only two weeks. The school was so small that it did not require two teacli-er- e and she felt that it was her duty to resign. She left us Sunday and the friends she. made during her short stay sadly regretted to have her go, ais well as the patrons of the school. Wo are glad to report that Mr. Sam Hardin is almost well again. Mrs. Martin Hardin, of London, has been visiting Mr. Sam Hardin's family and Mrs. J. G. Livingston. Mr. Joe Cofl'ey and family, Of Danville, wero at Mr. W. It. Billion's this week. Misses Sallio Mock and Eva Bradley, of Stanford, wero tho guests of Miss Lura Doores. Mr. J. H. Stephenson and family, lato of Kansas, paid Mrs. Mary Garnctt n short visit. Miss Lida Edmiston has returned from Goshen. Mrs. C. McAlister and Mrs. C. Singleton have been visiting friends at Brodhead. Misses Mollio Brooks, Lounnn.i and Katie James visited Louisville last week. Misses Bettie and Mamie DeBorde, of Stanford, are the guests of their grandmother, Mrs. Foley. Miss Lelia Hays, of Stanford, is visiting Mrs. C. McAlisGo to Sunday-school us Is Consumption Incurable ? Head the following: Mr. C. II. Morris, New. nrk, Ark., says: "Was down with Abscess of the Lungs, and friends and phvslclan s pronounced me me nn incurable consumptive. Degan taking Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle and able to oversee the work on my farm. It is the finest medicine ever matte." Jesse Mlddlcwart, Decatur, Ohio, aavs: "Had It not been for t)r King's New Discovery for Consumption I would have died of Lung Troubles. Was Riven up by doctors, Am now In the best of health.'1 Sample bottles free at A. II. l'enn's drug store s 1 v ) 3S3fl ter. HUBBLE. Electric Bitters. Tho catcher of tho team Is a llttlo but stiff tM no Inconvenience on that This remedy is becoming so well known and so account by roasou of tho ubova Ingenious popular as to need no special mention. All who device. have used Klcctrlc Hitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it Is DOCTOR. BILL NYE'S guaranteed to do all that Is claimed. Klcctrlc A Very Opoa T.ftttrr nnil nn Invitation te Hitter will cure nil diseases of the I.lvcr and will remove Pimples, Rolls, Salt Ilhcum and Alexanrinr Street. other affections caused by Impure blood. Will Alex. E. Swhet, Ejq : Dtin Bin: I hare seen recently nn open drive Malaria from the svstcin and prevent as letter nddrebsd to me, and wntton by you well as cure all Malarial Fevers. For cure of in a vein of contldonca and strictly sub rosa. Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Klec-tri- e Hitlers. Kntlre satisfaction gaurantved or What you said was so strictly confidential, tn fact, that yeu published the letter lu New moneyrefunded Price 50c and Ji per bottle a York, and It was eepied through tho press A. II. Pcnn's drugstore m of the country. I shall, therefore, enArc you made miserable by Indigestion, Const! deavor to bo oqually careful In writing tny reply. patton, Dirtiness, Loss of Arpctite, Yellow Skin' You refer In your kind and confidential Shlloh's Vitalner Is a positive cure. McRobcrt note to your experience as an Invalid, and A Stags, Stanford, Ky ; Crow A Co , McKinney your rapid recoTery after the uso of red-h- Ky.; li. W.Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky. Mexican pepper tea In a molten state. Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, a positive cure for But you did not have such a physician as Catarrh, Dyphtheria and Canker-MoutMcKob I did when I had spinal menlnpitls. Ha erts A Slagg, Stanford, Ky. j Crow A Co., McKinwas a good docter fer hones and blind ney Ky.; K. W.Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky. Buerger, hat ha was outof hla sphere when Why will you cough when Sht'oh's Cure vtill he atrevo to fool with the human frame. give Immediate relief? Price 10c, 50c and J 1.00. Change of acene and rest were favorito McRoberts&Slagg, Stanford, Ky., Crow A Co. prescriptions of his. Most of his patients McKinney, Ky.; K W Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky get both, especially eternal rost. He modo The Ker Geo II Thayer, of llourbon, Ind. a specialty of eternal rest. says: "Iloth myself and wife owe oui lives to Ho did not knew what the matter was Cur? McKobcrts A Stagg with mo, but ho seemed to be willing to Shiloh's Consumption A Co, McKinney, Ky j K, Stanford, Ky.; Crow learn. My wifo says that while he was nttendlng W Jones Crab Orchard, Ky me I was us crazy as u loon, but that I was more lucid than the physician. Even with my little, ahattered wrack of mind, tottering between a BupcTncwi imomiage of how to pound eand and a wide, shoreless sea of mental vacuity, I still had the edge on my bow-lcjrge- d, Kid-neym ot many yearn, they from which I stilTi-re'afford greater relief than any other iiieillrltio I uver tried." T. F. Adams, Holly Springs, Texas. " I havo used Ayer's Pills for a number of years, and havo never found anything etpial to them tor giving me uti upM-tltanil Imparting energy ami Mrriigth to the .sVHtetii. IuIvvuvn keep them in the house." It. L. Jackson, Wilmington, Del. " Two boxes of Ayer's l'llls cured mo of severe ntn never without a box of tlieiii pills." Peter (.'hriittenscii, (Sherwood, Wis. "Aycr's Pills have been lu uso In my family upwards of twenty years ami Iiiivii completely verified al that Is claimed for them. In attacks of piles, that I was unable to do any work. I took thieti Ikim'S of A.rr'n Pills ami wus finitely cured. Since that tlmo I Rheumatism HW U WE. WALL 5PAPSB, and J' U jfcVNTT COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. B. K. WEAREJSTo STMF0RD PUjfflNG Flooring, MILL CO. from which I was long n sufferer." Ihuma Keyes, Jltlbbard.stoli, Mass. 'Whenever I am troubled with or suffer from loss of nppetitc, AyiT's Pills set hip right again." A. J. Klsor, Jr., itock House, Va. "Aycr's Pills are in general demand among our customers. Our sales of them exceed tlioo of all other pills combined. Wo havo never kuojvn' thuui fail to give entile sntl.tf.ietlotl." Wright & Hantielly, San Diego, Texas. Headache, SldlngN, Celling, FlnlNliing Iumcr, Iouldlngs, UrackctM, Scroll Work, FrnntcH, SuhIi, Doors! lHlmlri, Veranda Work, Etc. A. C. SINK, Superintendent. EDWARD H. FOX, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, c w. UETcsLr ; fc s havs METOALP HAYS, DANV1LLK, JCV. ' ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. Ayer's Pills, r ruKr-AiiK- nr Dr. J. C. Aycr k Co., Lowell, Mast. Sold by all Dealers In Medicine ;to j v IIAKIIOl'KMI I.Fand. PINLVILLF., KY th twstalfKe ami n lctttr th.n ever )rcurcit to Will practice in any court In Kattern KentutV) accommodate the puhlK with fine pictures from photograph to life sue, SatufiUion guaranteed. r.sammations of land lilies made a specialty Any sire trai ts of timber, and mineral linds for sale. Information lurmshsdon any tnimt and retpondenre solicited III if rlrf-a- Has mAvpil Irt hit nrw hiiitttin.- - omioftile rl rr the Farmers of Lincoln and Garrard Counties- - C. A. BENEDICT &cb" physlciau, from an intellectual viow. point of Bro. M. Evans will preach regularly lor the MeKondry Chuch here this year. Miss Lizzie Nunnolley is visiting at "V. M. Hubble's. Miss Susie Gentry is spending a week with Mrs. Bice. Miss INniinic Carragan is making Mrs. Spoon-junor- e a visit this week. Mr. Stroud, of Kansas, is visiting at Mr. Uigney's. E. 1 Woods is buying mules at Win. Hubble's this week at" $)0 to $100. A steer belonging to G. 1 Bright died, after lingering sometime, and on examination it was found that both lungs had gone to decay. A large wheat crop is being sown here this fall. J. A. Hammond & Co. are paying 3 cents for turkeys on foot. C. K. Harris has not torn down his old barn, but lie is building a new corn crib. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. -- Brown and Dunlin.), of Lancaster, did not till their appointment to speak here Saturday. John II. Jackson has returned from n trip to Louisville and Cincinnati. Mrs. It. M. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith and others of our townspeople are sightseeing in Louisville and Cincinnati this week. Charles Farris, of Louisville, is visiting here. The result of the examining trial of tho parties charged with the killing of Larkin Byrd, as mentioned in my lnt, was that Henry Milis and John Bosseo were held in the sum of $000 each to answer in the circuit court. Bosseo wus Milis' landlord and was armed and present when the killing was done. Grand Tobacco Excursion to Richmond, Virginia. Special excursion train with Pullman Drawing-rooSleeping cars will leave Lexington, Ky., Oct. JSd at 1J o'clock noon, reaching Richmond, Va., the next day at 10 ,. m., running on fast express time. Passengers can leave Louisville at 7:30 a. m., connecting with the special at Lexington; and can leave Cincinnati at &30 a. ji., connecting with the special at rate from Winchester. The round-tri- p Louisville and Cincinnati will be $13; and from Lexington $12. Stop-ove- r privileges will be granted on the return trip on all Virginia Exposition excurnion tickets. Excursionists will have an opportunity to inspect the cheap lands and' visit the interesting historical cities of Virginia. For rates address II. W. Fuller, General Passenger Agent Ches.i-peak- o it Ohio Railway, Louisville, Ky. Oliver Scnlf was sentenced at Chattanooga, Tumi., to live years in the penitentiary for marrying his sister. m at res ou the Somerset and Crab Oorchard Well of, road half way between the two places Half c can-- and 30 Kool water at end ol porch elenchod teeth: This powder never varies. A marvel ol purity acn-- s in grass. A good outlet for rattle, hogs strength and wholesomeness More economical and sheep W (i WA1.I.ACK. "Physician, hoal thyself." than the ordinary kinds, and Itahncy Ky f I then tottered a few times and fell back competition with the multitude cannot be sold in of low ten, short into tho arms of my attendants. If you do weight alum or ph. solute powders Sold only in K iyal lUkiNi. I'owdkk Co., not bcliovo this, Mr. Brvcot, I can still cans. ! S all ir hlreet. New York. show you tho clenched tooth. Also tho at100 J 53-t- lie is still practising medicine in aqulot kind of a way, weary of life, and yet fearing to die and go where his patients arc Ho had a aaaer wound on one cheek that gave him a ferocious appearance. Ho frequently alluded to how he used to mix up In tho carnage of battle, and how he used to roll up his pantaloons and wade tn goro. Ho said that if the toes la of war should sound evon now, or if ho ware to wako np in tho night and hoar war's rudo alarum, ho would spring to arms, and make tyranuy trcmblo till its suspeuder buttons fell off. Oh, ho was a bad raan from Dittor Creek. Ono day I learned frem an old neighbor that this physician did not have any thing to de with prcsorvlnf the Union intact, but that ho aequirod tho scar on his cheek wbilo making somo experiments us a drunk and disorderly. Ho would cotuo and sit by my bedsldo for hours, waiting for mo to die, so that ho could collect tho bill from tho but ono day I aroso during a temporary delirium, and extracting a slat from my couch, I smoto him across tho pit of tho stomach with it, whilo I hissed through my your The Stanford Knller Mills Cnmpanv srANHiHD, K hole vyIimi crop of iSM. and will psy in cash the liiiihttt marlet price for it !o n.il tell without seeing Superintendent I'oitt at the Mill or 'first I I lOSTKIt, I have Wells drilled 10 order and I'usaps luruiihe I at too sum, more nrUs,of Mountain, Coal tht- - undesigned I'res Staaford lUller.Mills Co factory prio-- t and TimU-- I.alidt lliat I trill trli at a Imjain it y (or a furniture ami nil have u store rini to rent derUkitig, hardmire or tinner's rstatlishment To the of We3t Lincoln, Theeare ir i'k, I t iiidms V r fiitthr mfurina t' W Ml.lt L!' matHin, write t.. Casey and Elsewhere. Mountain ILands r ! at Well Drillers & Vunip Adjusters, 1 38 llarlourvillc,Kr FOR S-A-Ii- House and 25 Acres Land Two miles South ol Stanford on Seal's Crrck W, Cll Alii Address me ill Carlisle, Ky ' ! FARM FOR SALE. On account of ha I health, I ofTer for sale mj farm containing j acres farming land, well " proved, and 70 acres timber land near hy r'or , IUviH) Hmii amhnruetl ly Mr C C Van r. dale, proprietor uf HustMsvMie Roller Mills, as hi KM for the pur. hate uf wheat in this itciton or For Drugs. Medicines, the famous Svrup f I IBs- cuatr),l rjtll tvita nHdiM.cc mi my old and tried jK.tfniM.1 ...-. ttwr ttratrrutti ltt ,Mrntnutlt and Cor, ...... Irtends of the farnttuj publi, i.. sf me hef'.re en la pie gaging their nops rlewSre llavirg ImIi i" rrctly tilled at all lHur. umi In Kt vttur yrttn, I am fsmi ar Willi hne Curars, Toilet rticle. Ac,i;oto tho tiade alMMit Uroecrlm, I.md Co.Mckhmev Dr I A WII.IIAMm the ''K.lnr.t I lie) vjiisih.I, ihcf f tt, in the will attend In our drug 'department , aUw attend to ttedaran. ilnil . w ' .1- - i . Vi Is l. at- - the . : inl3iff the wants Ol tne sick, mni or oar. in iwn or tran.lcr u country J certled J II I KLIlN LO"3D -- &d CO., Fanners McKlNNEY, KY. ,....,. 1 in.t ' r, POWDER Absolutely Pure. 11. I. KS I IS. particulars address. McKinney, Lincoln county. Ky 51 tf ' , STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE STANIOKO. K Lebanon 1071. rianiit 1UOU. Mill, LAM) FOR SALE. . J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDENT. I'.ntitcenlh sear 'nin n Monday, September 3, '88 teat tiers Through xwtxmt A r3a5H OFKl"lT Pr prjetjr I tendants. I had a hard tlmo with this physician, but I still live, contrary to his earnest solicitations. Mr. Sweat, I desire to stato that should this letter creep into tho press of the country, and thus becomo, in a measure, public, on I hopo that it will creato no your part. Our folks aro all woll as I write, and should you happen to be on Lako Superior this winter yachting, I hopo you will drop is banging in and boo us. Our latch-strin- g out most all tho time, and if you will pound on tho fence I will call off tho dog. Africnd wrltos mo that Mr. Knox, of your paper, and Carl Pretzel aro going to lecturo to each other this winter. I presuma you will write a good many pieces for SIJL ings. I ouppose thut you have been with Mr. Knox so long now that you are getting to bo quite n humorist yoursolf. In fact, I havo seen a great many little pieces from your valuable paper which I attributed to you. I frequently buy a copy of your paper on tho streets. Do you get tho money I Aro you acquainted with tho staff of tho Centurv, published In Now York? 1 was In tho Centurv office several hours last spring. and tho editors trcatod mo vory handsomely; but, although I havo bought tho maga-zin- o ever since, nnd read It thoroughly, I havo not seen yot whero thoy said that "they bad a pleasant call from the genial and urbano William Nye." I do not feel offended over this. I simply feel hurt. Beforo that I bad a good notion to writo a briof eplo on th'o Warty Toad and send It to tho Century for publication, but now it is qulto doubtful. Tho Century may bo a good paper, but It does not tako the press dispatches, and only last month 1 saw in it an account of a battlo that to my certain knowledgo occurred -- te, u VhlhiOctpUUt twenty years ago.--.BY Proa. fH tnesapeake & ulo!:5rJrc..s!.,J,,c,,,,,, SOLID TRAINS- - KIIANON, KV PULLMAN CARS AND SURGEON cated by Dr W. Office on 11 DENTIST, KY in room recently va 1 i STANFORD, IinLaster street, Penny - To Wtiahington, Richmond Old Point Comfort. Loulsvilo BAST und T. CRABORCHARDSPRIINGS und Crab Orcliard, Ky. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. July itt Fine llrass and Strinj Hand In Allendani from to September 11 Kales tfreatl) rattuced JJ per day nnd Sin per Moelaud upward TilOMAlM'WM AN, Manager; JAS C KING, Resident Supt ; D It I.DMISTON, Clerl J41 D., r ' s I rames tasitig, Rase Mold h, I ings Mantlet Ira kett, l .roicet, Suir, Newels, Ualutleri, ila, ture Irnts, Shelving, C nnlcrt, 1 ...ri.'ir. iding, Shingles, Laths, Rough and Drettc i Lumber, Sendfv r pn. es bef .ie li)lng le where. t mcEc, eft-il-at- KS WiolaCream THIS prcpnration.trithout ' To j WEST 13, '87. THAT FIGHT C I'. Simmons. St Louis, I'rop'r M. A, Simmons Llser Medicine, Ust'd IS". I" the If. S Court BiriATl J. ll.ellin, I'rop'r A.aMmnions Liver Regulator, Kst'd by Zellln iSv. M. Ay S. L. M. has for 47 yean Cured INDIGSSTION. UlLIOLSNUS. aisraraia,aiCK lllADACMB,L.OT Tho Original Wins. Oinciinnutl AND No. j. Daily Kx. Sun. r. Connections.dircct fur all points in the - most stubbornly red skin foft, smooth and white. Viola Croam is not a paint or Lve Louisville powder to cover defects, hut n remedy to cure Arr Lexington... White Sulphur Springs It is Buperior to all other preparations, and '" Charlottsville'VIJunct, is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At drug " Richmond cisU or mailed for 60 cents. Prepared hy " Newport News " Old I'oint Comfort ,Sg " Norfolk TOLKDO, OHIO. " Washinstou " Il.iltimorc. ForSale nt McKoberts H Sta?i;'s Stanlord, Ky Philadelphia " New York iicv.fi- los. Liver-MoloPim ples, Blaok-HeadSunburn and Tan. A few applications will render the a, a, iniiirv rpmnrrt Vrftotr. WEST NORTH SOUTH-WES- WEST ' in rryr.cTxov Dally. 7 00 to J5 pr i O. C. BITTNEU CO., 9 00 p '10 S a ,11 00 a 11 40 a 9 40 ,11 j p 3 co a , 6 Vo a j 10 pi 1 1 o a fl o a 3 10 a II 40 p p 6 i5" 3V in m in m m m m m in m in MILLERSBURG FEMALEC0LLEaJ3 A Modern Progressive come true women, as wall a ! ji m p p p m, p in 3 to a m. 6 o a t 1 mils 7 7 S V3 ai School ! Where your daughters will,c Uuyht how tube til r. uglily iiittruct- Church, Adams, Tenn., write!"! linn t snouiu nave Deen dead but lor your Genuine M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine. I have, sometimes had to substitute "Zeilln'a stull" for your Medl 'tri P.I'WJ cine, but It don't answer the purpose." Dr. J. It. Graves, Rdttor Tki fltttnt. Memnhls.Trnn. I received a nacksve of vnnrt.l.rr Medicine, and have used half of It. si wonts nite a cnarm. I want no better Liver Rerfulator and certainly no more of Zeilln'i mixture. ArrTiT.II.Soir Stomach, Ktc Iter, T Reams, l's.mr r ir LITERATURE, Address J7 SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. TIUMHF.ART, Millers.Surt, Ky i What Is u Sleeper? Tho Boston Jturnal uf Commerce thus do- fines It: A sleopor is ono who sleeps. A sleeper ia that in which tho sleeper sleeps. A slcepor is that on which tho sleeper runs whilo tho oleepor sleeps. Theroforo, whilo tho sleeper sloops In tho sloepor, tho sleeper carries tho sleopor ovor tho sleeper under too sieopcr until tuo sieoporwmcn carries tho sleopor jumps tho sleopor nnd wakes thoBleepor In tho sleopor byBtriking tho sleeper unucr tno Biceper, on tho Blcepcr, and thoro is no longer any sleeper slcepin" in tho 3lccpor on tho slcepor. I Lexington Division Trains run hy Central ti me Main Line Trains east of Huntington run by Last ern time, which is one hour faster than Central LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. "ADDITIONAL TRAINS' No. 11, daily ex. a m; Mt., Stercept Sunday, leave Olive Hill 8 THE LARGEST AND FINEST ling 7ooam;arrwe Lexington,35a33m.a 111; arrive at via Winchester ti Cincinnati No. u, daily except Sunday, leave Cincinnati HOTEL IN THE CITY. loop m; Lexington 3,35 p m; arrive Mt. Sterling ni 713 pm; Olive Hill 9 m No. 5, dally, leave Clifton Forge at 7 00 a m; Charleston 11 30 p in; arrive Ashland 5 40 p m; RATES $2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORD- - Colnmbus it 17 p m. No. 6, daily leave Ashland 7 10 a m; arrive; at Charleston 11 3 J a m; Clifton I'orge 7 3 p m rooms: inc Pullman Sleeping Cars on all through trains . Old Dominion Steamships leave Norlork on Mon-daTuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Satura-- russian i1a1iis in day at 6 10 p m for New Y rk. For Tickets, Rates, Infornutinn, etc., apply to Irket office or address II WFILLHR, W C WICKHAM, givery, gecd and Sale gtable Gen'l 1'ass Ag Re elver GALT HOUSE, IlI'V or MRS C I'OI'L, President, S C Lady l'riin iptl iP CHEW K 'SO. M. MtRklNS 1SS7. ANTEH' CHICKEN to TOBACCONET. K. S. MAItTIN. Cholera Cure ! s Ol A'i turkish hotel. IIkodiieau, Ky., May, Albright A' Martin beg to inform their man friends and customers of the change in firm name to i j fiVVaW "W. , 111 rfl T2TH?3 7?rynyy TTZXSeMErsvsjBSSBeaBS, - - - Syrup of Flgi Is Naturo'i own truo laxative I It is the j m$Mah&m& W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KV , iivi HI ill msss&as&osss TloUISVIttt Leaving lloth Mi IIIH & MARTIN & PERKINS, KtWAIZAKraCHICASOKTt(S- most easily taken, and the most effectivo remedy known to Clcanso tbo Syetom when Bilious or Costivo; to dispel Headaches, Colds, and Fovors; to Curo Habitual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. Manufactured only by tho California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For salo by A. It. Penny, Stanford. A NEAV FAST MAIL LOUISVILLE CINCINNATI Daily, Secures to Travelers, The new firm hopes not only to sustain the reputation of the old, but intends to make many the inauufa ture of tobacco which will be to the interest of our customers. We will special attention to our Natural Leal devote brands ot Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking you a continuation 01 for past favors and askin,; your trade, we remain, Respectfully yours, fr It, laugh when they And tho old folks The Babies Cry for find tb&t tho pleasant California liquid fruit torncdy, Syrup of Figs, is moro easily taken and moro boneflcial In its action " Has tho campaign opened In your neighOood turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire borhood yet?" ashed a citizen yesterday of on reasonable terms, London Is the most convena farmer from ono of tho Western town- ient point on the railroad to reach plat.es in the 10 In the mountain section of the State. ships. " Oh, yes," was tho reply. " Much enthusiasm J1' " Heaps of it. It has got so that no Democrat cuu borrow a drawing of tea from u ReSTANFORD, KY., publican, and no Republican could get a bar of soap from n Democrat If ho wus dying for E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. it. Oh, yes; tho campaign has opened." Dttroit Vrce Press, BIiuKcsponi'tt AiliiptrtL "Conscience makes cowherders of us all," remarked u Western cattle king solemnly-Hi- s gue3t learned nfi rward that ho und his gentlemunly cowboys wore ull "reforms' from a gang of desperate Eastern burglars. well-kno- It JJm Ojicuutl. MAR'UN.Vl' r.KM.u, aroTrcE TO THE CITIZENS i than bitter, nauseous medicines. It itrengthons tbo Liver, Kidnoys, Stomach, uid Bowels, whilo it arouses them to a healthy activity. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. Having recently equipped a finu Roller Mill in the town of Stanford that we defy ny Mill to eijualin iiuality ofllour, we think the citizens ol the county should have county pride enough to patrotiiie and sustain the same We wish to inform whom it may concern that we arc in the market to buy your wheat and corn and will always give the highest market price fur same. We have added some new machinery to our corn meal department and can now make meal tn suit any Hotel still maintains This old and person. It cannot be equalled by any other mill Its high reputation, and its Proprietor Is determin. in this vicinity We solicit a trial in our flour and meal departmeut. All having gram in our line cd that it shall lie second to no country Hotel In for sale will please call at the Mill, where our the State in its Fare, Appointments, pr AttenGeneral Passenger Agent, Chicago. agent will be found at all limes, who will give the Ilaggage conveyed to and best prices for same, llran and shlpituff always tion to his Guests. City Ticket Agents and Officers: W. N. POTTS. ; 4th. Ave,, Louisville, Ky In stock. from depot free of charge- - Special accommodaK. A. Hocknib, Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co 351 if, I. M.Torrence, 119 Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio tions to Commc'rcial Travelers, F.ver attempted between the great commercial cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hence the fastest time and most comfortable trains becst and tween all points in tlie South, or to ths Northwest. The counteriurtof this train on all trunk lines Is denominated The Limited Kxprcss, The superb rolling stock w'e employ gives patrons Unlimited Comfort. WAt all Coupon Ticket Offices In the South you will find our time tables and tickets. Say Mo. non, get Monon and stick to Motion, ii you want to save money and have a pleasant journey. K. O. McCORMICK, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than alt other diseases combined. Hut the discovery ol u reineay tnut positively (tires it luttbcen made, and to be d of its efficacy only requires a trial, a bottle is enough fit one hundred chickens. It is d 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. con-vince50-ten- guar-antee- AJ two-third- s For sale by McKobert ic Slagg, Stanford. WH.Jl'.i:. ifiasje. Sul.w.'jLJ.Misi.-.laae- J - li A '1 V"i"' "usteVii 7 dfJJm A i.u'i niiiii .7" '.-- i' ; in f i- f- ..1 . JT