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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888100201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. GOP Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 4888. NO. 67. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. ' graie." IS MYE 3KD SOTHIgft .EtSE- pleasantness, I'MAttiM 'I'ltlC laOUTi LKITKU I'KU.M (JKOlUtKO. IIAUNE.S .Coiuinaion of tho lottrnlofiMullnjjtlif on InKyrwirn .wm ivvwUi-t- l In tin-attackTw Old the 0mI latriin (Joil - l" i wicked Admit a devil, j:mt enough enouRli, to lwar oil" nit the eil in the unlvcrwon Mm liroml shoulder, and viiiiUhe from the wene. xkeptk-lm1 am bold to write that men may danh thi'mnelveH njpilnut them problems of K'ooil and evil till doomnday, ami they will never et no witlnfactory a clue an the one plainly furnlidwii In tho Hible to Itevelntion, viz: A " from (iem-ni(iot a itAii m:ii.. They Indubitably Htnnd or fall together in the Scripture; which, tlnoiiKliout. in united in thin w.ir of fiodH; ami cUwuh with the complete victory of the "(5inl and Father of our I.Oltl) Jeftirt Christ" over the combined foivcH of the "God of tlds World.'' The iKiiomlniouM defeat of the "Hii Fle" hliiKCHon m'Klectof thin biblical mi uiiii-- nliiiu- - i'iiii turn Col. InHank. And w by reject it when I 'CI... Il,itu llf tills !.. !..!.. Ml piaiiny laiiui "" letter forbid the proof, but any honest man, with au oj.en Hible in bis bund, can overtake the facts. Ami boldly assert that no other solution is possible. Witness the issue of the one iipilnst live or onk. combat, ami the vhtou says it champions p Whereas into battle assured that 'one shall chase a thousand and two put 10.000 tollilit." "How Is this?" thoughtful men MiTik s 1 Vint bore wit lint v III! nill'tlt of I'Vil tlmtCol. IiiKfiMoll "cannot away with," any wort' than u ikthuimI God. Once turnout. , "' It Is "a largo place" a "way of n path of peace" where happy souls tuny walk in "green pastures ami beside still waters." Nor have I here, since limits forbid, occupied any of the common vantage ground so often availed of by the many defenders of the truth. All comparn- lively useless, so long as this cential difficulty could not lie settled. "A chain is only as strong as its weakest link" not Its strongest. What avails all argument to prove the existence of a God, if one is, at heart, ashamed of Him, after we have Him. So, I have not used i'aley's irresistible urgumeiit from design. To have a who mnkes all the palpable blunders, so graphically put by Col. Ingersoll, is to rouse a Frankenstein giant, who devour us. "I,ot n sleeping dog lie," says the proverb. Let (Sod be unknown if knowledge of Him be u curse. A bail God is worse than none. The inquisitor' God; Calvin's, when he burnt Serve-tus- ; Saul's, when he slew saints had better "never been born" In human brain and heart. Siy we all have Gods 1,100,0)0,000 of them! How important to get the "only living ond true God!' There is but one, in truth. I don't want to know (Sod, but tiik God. "I.aal- i.wi ai. w.i.ui," is true as gospel. insfi. ai.i.mi" is the qualifying sentence that turns tl at God into a de mon of fire and sword. The tree of the "knowledge of good ami kvii." over again. It ruined the race at first. It Is ruin to the last. Nor have I attempted to ask the unan- Frost lias done much damage to the tobacco remaining uncut in the field. The greater part of the crop in tliiscoun-t- y lias been safely housed. Tho "Return Paity" Friday night was attended by a large number of tho young folks, and all had a delightful time. (Juite n number of visitors- - were present, among them some of Stanford's sweetest and gentlest. Our town is fast becoming a town of preachers. Klder Frank will come here to live fn a few weeks. Klder G. W. Yancey, who had charge of the Christian church for about two years and moved away during the summer, has returned with his family and will abide with us. Hev. J. R. Peoples, once pastor of the Methodist church, will soon come here to reside again. This is sucli'ii good and pleasant place to live, it is hard for any one to leave and stay away. People sometimes leave expecting to find n better place, but they "can't do it, you September's late frosts, especially that of Saturday night, put an end to the late vegetation. John F. Frye and I). S. Carpenter returned from their western trip last week in good condition. Wo hear of no new cases of sickness and no improvement in the condition of those heietofore repoited. Mr. Green invited the other three s in town and two from tho country to unite with his Huston-vill- i charge in a general jubilee on Sunday p. m. The attendance was large and the exercises very interesting. Misses Hlakenian and Thompson, of Christian College, conducted a party of pupils through the magic mysteries of the centennial at Cincinnati last week and as they did not get homo until Sunday morning, it is shrewdly suspected that they formed n part of the unprecedented number of "lost children" so kindly rescued and cared for by the cenknow." tennial jK)lice Friday. Gov. Rucknor will please note this signal deliverance Question and Answer. as an appropriate topic for consideration 2. What is tho tariff tax upon some "Thanksgiving day." articles of common use ? Sunday-School- SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ! ! 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 A. Upon woolen clothing of the foreign value. 01 percent, l'pon cotton clothing I'.o per cent, of the foreign value. Upon sugar - per cent, of tho foreign 8- "arrow way tlimimli which skitch of willing souls may "escape for their life." to sit He not lUiwpuniRitl easily. down In'fore a jnwM ww of Scripture, , like the hundreds of them then-- ami witli the ly "', firmly entrenched your heart of heart, "wait patiently in e on the I .OKI)." U'urn to take a nepi-tivfirst, and "jKHsew your iKsition souls in patience." Say, "I do not know what this means; but I ' know what it l himhi." That which it "don't mean" hold-iiiis what some orthodox blumleier, elders," fast the "trailitions of the which have so often "made the Word of God of none ell'ect," has tried to force down your throat, by the old method of for liberty prescriptive authority. Yield not nn inch of and lifu here. Kttmnd. DniK these unwilling beasts to the altar of sacrifice ifiul slay them theie. When this is done, be sure that Hlit is not far oil; anil one day. or night, when, perhaps, you least expect it, the solution will break in upon you like the unravelling of a vexed mathematical or commercial or mechanical problem does up.to-TK vout believers' in liiwllonj: rout'.'" "Tell it not In Gath; publish it not in Askelon lest the daughters of the uuciiciimcisud hear it and ivjoice." to any who may ine wonl of to avail themselves of the due furwn't brief skeleton nished In this neces-aril- y ( -"- wlienimu 'intldol' drives (he 'de- t' Flit on the scientist, the merchant or the (W-ii- T All great discoveries are these inpiniliuH. Mow often abused, we Wnrne. Init more or less "udfts of God." My sincere hope is to furnish a useful clue to hnrrassed souls. My own has such. I would have others share n. iH-c- value. Upon rice til per cent, of the foreign value. l'pon salt W) tor cent, of the foreign value. l'pon lumber 10 jier cent, of tho forswerable question "Why mcst M.l. TIIK a lion?" Scepticism lias eign value. woiii.n iiavi: dress goods SI l'pon women's never answeied it. The "little flock" who say there is nono cannot turn the percent, of the foreign value. l'pon croekory and china M per cent, rushing tide of litimnn aspirations. Hut every honest man ought to answer this of the forciuti value. rpon linen IVi per cent, of the foreign question, honestly, before he takes value. speculative step. I'Imjii glass win e iV.i pur cent, of the All these arguments mavfairlybe gone over mi ami niM, after it is sfttied that foreign value. l'Min tinwaie 13 per cent, of the forwi: nixK (Son mi:i.i. woirru uti.rixo MMII T. eign value. With most of what Col. Ingersoll has Upon carpets 17 per cent, of the forwritten cordially agree. That which eign value. shocks "the orthodox" is a cup of joy l'pon books i" per cent, of the foreign and lefieshmeut to me. I loathe the value. Massachusetts Tariff Primer. Gtn,l he utterly demolishes, as much as i iik .u.ix wit tiik ri.u'E. mere is be. Hut I '11111101 help saying in: has A ml I w ill no man of any character in this country NKVKII TOI't UK!) my (Son yet. not insult him by thinking that he does who will say that Piesident Cleveland not wish to believe in a (Sod Whom he has broken any of the pledges he made I llllt echo the to the country. His administration has CAS I.OVK (Ml KK'K(T. wish of exeiy turn heart, that his bril- been particularly free from all scandals; liant gifts may yet be on the side of that his personal integrity and honesty are God i.kwim. nim:-tkntior what iik not questioned by his bitterest foes; his administration hits been honest and ecoHAS WHITTKV TOSTWH AshTKIlXAl.TltfTII. nomical, national in spirit, wise in poliF.ver in Jesus, Gko. O. IUkni. cy. The country in his hands has pro"Mr. Sampson asked me to be his wife gressed and is prosperous. We havo last night, papa.'' "And what did you had no financial panics like those in the say?" "I told him be must give me a Grant and Havs administration. The little time, and he said I could have the business eople have conlldenco in Clevusual thirty days, or ." per cent, oil' for eland because they know that he is hocash, ami then he stopied and apolo- nestnot a high-flye- r nor a sensational gized. What am I to think of him, pa- man. He means best for his country at pa?" "Think of him"" shouted the old all times, and being conservative in his man, "That young fellow is full of busi- temper and conduct, he will never jeopness and you can't say 'yes' too quick." ardize tho business men's interests to Toionto (Slip. intrench himself in a political point of Cleveland Plain Dealer. Hev. Clias. l'oumltext (who has lecn view. writing his sermon, looking up suddenIt has been estimated that there are ly) "Matin, will you take tho children now 80,000 salesmen on the road in this out of the room for a few minutes?" country, and that their expense alone Mrs. l'oumltext (in surprise) "Certain- averages $1,i12,'i a year each. This means ly, my dear; but are they annoying 1111 outlay of Si:U),000,tXX) a year, ami, you?"' llov. l'oumltext "Not at all; counting an average salary of of $1,000 but I have just dipped the mucilage brush per year, the grand total is swelled to in the ink well and I would like to be at $210,000,000 expended by and on travellibeity to make a few remarks." ing Tin's is scatall-wo- ol an-otl- ir 1 is The- ef recta of Mrs. Geo. H. Anderson, dee'd, were sold Saturday. The farm, which lies within a mile of town, some 80 acres, more or less, was bought by John Kills and Arch Frye at f 2:5. 10. it lies on both sides of the Liberty pike. Frye gets the portion east of the road and Kllis the p6rtion west, including the buildings. Esquire Kllis sold his town property opposite the mill to Mr. Van- -' Arsdale foriJSOO. Anthony Ilunn sold) his Huston ville residence to Mrs. Rogers' (sister of Mrs. W. R. Williams) of Cincinnati. John W. Reid bought the property of Mr. Tuttlo the Williams res-- , denee. J II 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 opened a new tocW of Men's and Hoys' Clothing, Ilooti, .Mioei, Dry Goods, Notions and family Groceries Also dealers in Coal. Country produce taken in exchanse for goods at highest market price. Come one, come all, and learn the advantages in trade io-6- 'in spite of all rumors to the contrary. My goods will and must be sold as jl don't intend to move any stock. & dayis Hrrroar Every article will be sold regardless General Merchandise, of cost, price or profit. Ilatejutt Cash I must have no matter what Hal., Cap. my loss may be. Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes ELLIOTT INSTITUTE! Hats, all share the same fate, nothing FOR MALES AND FEMALES. reserved. If this is no chance I HILTON K X DAMS -- DKALIHS IN j I ROWLAND, KY , : ' I KIKKSVII.I.K, KY. Nest session opens August a;, i&33 Instruction thorough. Including Latin, Greek, German, IlooL-keepi- French and . .. U 7S lloird per Week $ oo to 4 00 'tuition per Month... Instrumental Music per Month 4 00 a oo Drawing r Month l'jlnting per Month ... , 3 00 MII.TuN KI.MUTT. 1'nnciual. Adores, f Kirksvillc, Ky p-54-t- To Buy Goods for a Mere Song, nec-cessar- y. sfxcoxatxoit: then there is no other argument GEO. A. ROSIER. BANKER AND BROKER 40& 4 llroadvtay and 51 New Street, NKY YOKK CITY Stocks, Bonds, Grain. Provisions and Potroloura. IIOL'Oi'T.SUMKl' CARKIKI) ON MARGIN I morning as possible to avoid the rush Please be on hand as early in the H t S. Send for explanatory pamphlet 61 ty SPECIAL CUT IN OVERCOATS AND LADIES' CLOAKS. The Favorite Meduhie tor Thru.it and Lung liui long been, ami stilt Is, Ayer's t. liiTiy Pectoral. It cures Croup, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, ami Asthma,; soothes irritation ot the Larynx ami Fauces; strengthens tho Vocal Orjjuns; allays soreness ot tho Lungs; pruvonU Consumption, ami, even in advanced stagos ot that dlsca-su- , lclluves Coughing and induces Sleep. Thoro is no other preparation tor diseases ot the throat and luugsto bo compared vfith this remedy. "My wlfo had a distressing couch, with pains in tha sido ami breast. We tried various medicines, but nono did her any good until I got a liottlo ot Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which has cured her. A neighbor, Mrs. Glenn, had the measles, and tho cough was relieved by tho uso of Ayer's Chorry Pectoral. I havo no hesitation in roconimendlug this Dilll-cullies the "peace that passeth understanding," that comes to one who tights, at dreadful odds, against doubts that rill intrude, do what one may, and all at once discovers the "pathway of power," the clue to tho labyrinth; the highway to assured victory. This 1h without exaggeration the "so- rroMif tint LOUD." I write this with the full knowledge of bow easilv Col. Ingersoll, if lie took the trmilili to ilo it. iniulit use tho "letter wlileb kllleth" nirainut this nmiable view of Scripture. I feel all tho disadvantage of the position as judged by reason alone. Ueforo that tribunal I stand needing no licenser. Hut my appeal Is to tho "Spirit" of man that lies in its captive cell, tho only just and true arbiter, in coming to a right decision. Tho r.,ii,,i rf tills .Tiidiru is Bootless. And I own, at once, that some spiritual All may havo it in needful. is not so much a lack who want it. It of evidence, but lack of this spiritual capacity, that makes the settlement of tho vexed question so difficult, and almost nt salesmen. immense sum In M years of republican rule republi- tered throughout the entire country and can presidents signed 1,.VM private pen- furnishes an important item of railway sion bills. Within three years and a and hotel profits. half President Cleveland has signed over It is no joking matter to violate the Hy the Itli of March next he will 1.2(H). A man prohibition laws in Kansas. have signed us many in years as all the named Stewart sold MA glasses of beer republican presidents did in M years. and was sent to jail for 17 years. This With all the clamor against him, the sol- did not satisfy tho Attorney-Generadiers have never had a better fiiend than who proposes to confiscate the handsome (Srover Cleveland. business block where the beer was sold Somehow or other, even a sensible to satisfy tho flues and costs, which are man never wholly gets over his surplrso oulv!?J(J,tXX). because other people nren't so much inTho movement of Mormons upon terested as lie is in the first photograph Mexico is assuming largo proportions, Somervillo Journal. of his first baby. and extensive purchases of land have 1 l, Fifty cents on the Dollar will buy them and some will be offered at 33 cents od the Dollar, 1-- 3 Opp. Myers House, Stanford. Cough Medicine to overy onn afllictod." Itobort Ilorton, Foreman Headlight, Morrlllton, Ark. " I havo been aflllctcd with asthma for forty years. Last spring I was taken with a violent cough, which threatened to terminate my days. Everyone mo in consumption. I determined to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. u iilTi'cts wero magical. I was immodl-utel- v relieved and continued to Imnrovo u. ml mitiriily recovered," Joel Dullard, (luilford, Conn. " Six months ngo I had a severe ot the lungs, brought on by an ut tough which deprived mo of sl.'i-and rest. I tried various remedies, but obtained no relief until I n to take Ayer's Chorrv Pectoral. A foy Ixittlesof this medicine cured me." Mrs. K. Coburn, 10 Second St., Lowell, hern-or''.iiiiiet-ts.ibe-sa- ZDZRUQ-G-IS- T Ao Mo PENBT1 9 5c J2 mn ims J'E'vVElLESK. F r As William bent over her fair face ho whispered: "Darling, if I should ask you in French it I might kiss you, what Syrup of Flgi would you answer?" She, summoning laxative. It is the Is Naturo'i own truo up her scant knowledge of tho French, most easily taken, and the most otTectivo Bind, "Uillet doux!" remedy known to Cleanse tho System m I Headwhen Bilious or Coitivo; todlspol Mr. Harrison's plan of paying tho suraches, Colds, and Fovers; to Cure Habit- plus to tho States, then taking tho monimpossible. Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. ey of the States to pay back into tho s, Hut I would deprlcate this appeal to ual is a piece of statesmanship which Kven Manufactured only by the California Fig the naked "letter" of Scripture. Company, San Francisco, Cal. will excite tho envy of all our other Satan kept to tho twtWma verba of theO. Syrup statesmen. C.-when ho tempted tho Son of For snlo by A. R. Ponny, Stanford. Testenient -God. "It is written ayain" alone failed The Babies Cry for It, Tho Boston Herald has discovered that ia for a pouible ground him. My only plea And the old folks laugh when they find of tho candidates for President this year to stand upon, so that 1 may havo tho that tho pleasant California liquid fruit Cleveland is tho biggest, Harrison tho God I want and cannot do without, boast remedy, Syrup of Figs, Is more easily shortest, Flsk tho handsomest, Streeter as I will. Ah I wrote in my Inst: "Were taken and more beneficial in its action tho wealthiest and Itelva Loekwood tho tho ground but narrowed to a Javelin's than bitter, nausoous medicines. It Bweetest. m point, piercing each foot thnt stood upon itrengthons the Liver, Kidneys, Stomach, An enterprising physician in Austrawere better than tho awful nlter-nativ- o it, that and Bowels, while it arouses them to a lia advertises: "I will pay half the funNo Gon." To my mind I may healthy actlfity. eral oxpenses in cases where I am not not speak for others the solution indiFor Bale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. successful." is more than a "point of cated above Bur-pluJ. As to who butt the bull oil' the bridge, we can't tell, unless it was the follow that didn't use Gantcr's magic chicken cholera cure. So "no cure no pay" by L't McKoberts & Stagg. been made by then. Pcihaps the Utah problem ia to solve itself by tho emigration of promoters of polygamy. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &0. Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. TtcVHsV'k.'1 sfk THE LAMEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. paired on short notice and warranted. Muss. crtitg'is, Horn throat, or croup, I do nqt know of imv remedy which will giro moro spend v relief than Ayer's Cherry I'd'toral. I have found It, also, invalu of Whooping Cough." elilo i'l en-rs "For children nflllcted with colds, Mo C. BITPUHY, Is Receiving His Ann JI.Hton, M.tss. Lm.'o, liTT Washington street, MERCHANT TAILOR FALL AND Ayer's Giierry Pectoral, I'llKt'AltKO IIV 3". J. C. Aycr k Co., Lowell, Mass. Hold WINTER GOODS. Give him a Trial ty oil Druirglnu. l'ricefl; dx bottles, $5. Goods Warranted and aPerfeot lit Guaranteed, , ws '. . , . s .', -'' J s istts ii M I is fv i i ' The Southern Woolen Manufactu-rin- those who owed him wheat to deliver it Skxatoh Voorhkes, who has been Company, of Louisville, Ky., has or pay that amount. InteriorJournal speaking in lriiinna, says, "I have never 1). N. Prowitt has bought in tho last assigned. seen the I milium democracy in niton of Mr. and Mrs. Hobert lnman died of week a couple of condition. The only thing excellent cattle at SJlftt to Ky., Ocjtohkk 2, 1888 fear is Stanford, Tho whole State yellow fever at Decatur, Ala., Saturday No stock of consequence was sold procession from night. Fifteen cases are now under t is a blazing IN- publicly yesteiday, the auctioneers reKven our oppo- treatment, there. one end to the other. fusing to pay thu $10 license. Mr. Win. P. WALTON. W. London is much torn up over the nents concede thnt the advnntngo is now onsecuently, had the whole with us. It is as safe to Cleveland as is mysterious murders of many women of Foster, the town by a fiend whoso identity can- thing to himself. Tiik Uusollville Ilcmlil is not fur front Texas." J. It. Farris drove Pence, Adam not be ascertained. rjjjht wlu-- it Bays lint "the lenders of TiiKfroxt did not extend as far South stallion, on (t. A I). On pei ton ami .John l'earce Pence's fine John the prohibitionists in this district have as .Jacksonville, but the yellow scourge were ilrowiif I in Hie wnn river, near C. P. Cecil's track at Danville Friday nominntetl a raniliihto for Congress in is on the decline, though the condition and in three heats he made the following the interest of the republicans, and with there is had enough yet. Sunday there Lothswlle, by the upsetting of their Jap-ttime: li.Urt, i:.Ti and the last halt mile of Capertoii was the son of the the hope of defeating McCreary. They were 7!) new cases and ii deaths, making the third in 1:15. Horsemen say that preacher. know that they have not the remotest a grand total of cases and L'.Vi The Hon. Swope may be a more pro- Pence Ih the most promising chance of electing their e.indidate, .1. A. deaths to date. At Decatur there were found thinker than the Hon. O'llradley, in Kcntuckv. Nooe, and they know that the demotwo deaths and 15 rases under treat- but when it comes to a race for Congress crats and not tho republicans will sillier ment. Wheat is selling at over $1 a bushel . the thoughtless William displays more on account of their putting a candidate ami all branches of business are boomdiscretion than the thoughtful Asmo-deuin the field. It is daily becoming more Ik the leaders of 'the prohibitionists ing within less than 4 weeks of the presTimes. tho leaders of that are not aiming their work especially and more evident that idential election. These aru unfailing A freight train on the Cincinnati region are hostile against the democrats, why have not party in the signs of tho times that the whole counShefto the democratic jwrty, and willing to some of them challenged Mr. Kwell for a Southern railroad was ditched near try is pleased with and prosperous under even when joint debate? Ho was speaking around field, Tenn., by running over a cow. the democratic administration and indefeat democratic candidates, Win. Lennon, of Cincinnati, they gain no benefit from the defeat, but in this county for nearly a week and we Hrakemau tend to continue it for another 4 years. know that all the benefit goes to the re- heard no demand on him from them for was killed. Hngineer Martin Ojiigley was danviueTboyle county. fatally hurt and the fireman was seriouspublicans." Democrats with prohibition a division of time. ly Injured. ponderon these things proclivities should Mr. J. W. Yerkes has been appointThe Wheeler A Wilson Sewing The republicans in the 7th gave Col. and not permit themselves to be used by ed by Judge Morrow Commissioner in Co., the Union Metnlic Cartridge republicans masking under the prohibi- A. M. Swope the nomination for ConChancery until the recovery of Mr. Co., the Cabinet Sewing Machine Co.. their ends. gress and he will have to meet the tion disguise to further McKec, who is absent from home Hreckiuridge in joint de- the llridgejKjrt Hrass Co., the Bridgeport under medical treatment. The National debt decrease for Sep- bate, or fall back on that sore throat Organ Co., the Bridgeport Patent Leath tember was about $14,500,000. The total again. er Co., the Warner Corset Co., the Pa- n 4 "M f CJ Onecflhe best In Lincoln Co , 1)1 fruit farm J? lronds, not yet due, purchased to relieve cific Iron Co. and several other manufac- anu 31 sires 0. U Acres; jo Acre sum wcio cooa anon lanu, win op NEWS CONDENSED. for Mil located at Bridgeport, ber If31. Send -. I....! with complete Information treasury of the surplus, amount to the turing concerns II Lft.. $O0,18V.K)0'and they cost $7:V0,3(V8. 1 Blaine is to speak in New Albany, Conn., have declared for Cleveland ami 1 . ...u..rt I t TI.A.. nam ' rui is to The policy of the republican party I J iiurmnu mill iui--j iuiv uiavf. 16. Iud., Oct. 0. H. M'ROBERTS, M. D., continue piling up the surplus by exactMr. Thunnan isbilled for four speech- cheaier raw material and more extending onerous taxes to buy bonds at n es in Indiana week after next. ed market. STANFORD. KY. tremendous premium and thus make the Virginia and West Virginia both Hasinc reinoscd to thl place from Liberty, to MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. rich richer and the poor poorer. The had ilight snow storms Saturday. practice nis profession, call the attention of the public to the fait that lie will lc ready at ull hours promise to reduce taxation to democrats We send hearty congratulations to day or nlghtto answer call in town or country. An old keg containing $'.',700 in gold Thirty ) ear of lil life were pent in Stanford and the least amount necessary to pay the was unearthed near Franklin, Ky. n Mr. French Tipton, editor of the he deems it unnecessary to .peal ol his ability as expenses of the government economicalshare of thu patron, physician and Herald, and Miss N. Marie Stuart, age of the peoplesurprint A and vie nity isasled Snow fell in Pennsylvania Friday of Stanford ly administered and to meet all its l will be united in by him, of Winchester, who and the weather was freezing cold. at maturity. The thinking men marriage at the Kpiscopal church in the Tho Chesapeake A Ohio has been of the country will not find it hard to at 11 o'clock. Bishop latter city y 6th of No- taken out of the hands of the receiver. decide between them on the Im A rate war has cut down the fare Thomas U. Dudley will officiate. vember. mediately afterwards the happy pair f . lii.. nnrrkit...! fk litinhr , .nl. nf J..rt. from Louisville to New York to SIO.'-H-). .............. .............. v ' M ltruee Omi Bakxcm, tho showman, who said l.cnrcc l. Wearen and The Ohio Falls Oak A Leather build- will leave OII a tOUr, which includes ;i a h yard at the one purchased of and will open Mr Wearen. worldly he would sell out his entire Ilcsides lumber in roush and dressed, Visit to the HOCkieS. will carry ings at Louisville burned; loss a large line of window sashe, doors and shinclcs, if Clevehfnd was elected, at 50 Willi. ..ii ileiulerson, oi luui, Light fronts are reported over a large U)ini,the,uketfence (ljrmef, oljby Ulh ,s ;. iiotKKR cento on the $1, but who not only refus- area of country, but not much damage serves to die in single cu.sedness and to Mr. w eaten. ijijr ed to stand to his agreement, but put a was done. have the fingers of female scorn forever higher price on them instead, has been Five employes were burned to death pointed at him. Miss Annie Deatley working his jaw again. This time he in the Wilkinson Furniture Warehouse, who loved him not wisely nut too well ays the Mills bill will ruin the country Chicago, Friday night. started Jo Aberdeen, ()., to become his THE GESTS' FURNISHER, and everything will go to the demnition to l'',000 wife, but her brother overtook them at An election bet of 513 4th St., Louisville. if it becomes a law. The old that New York would go democratic Flcniingsbtirg and at the oint of a pisThe fashions of the day in the (tents' Kurniih. fellow, having said that the American finds no republican backers. tol forced Henderson to give her up anil incline ill always be found in my store. I am people are the easiest to humbug in tho Hon Samuel J. Kandall has been re then is his presence gave tho girl a agent lor the Indianapolis Steam I.aundry, the world, is evidently trying to pursue the lloini.,at..(i forCoiiL'ressbvthe democrats sound choking leforo driving otf wiMi best Laundry in the world. same methods in politics thnt ho docs in . her in his buggy. M Pennsylvania district. the show business. Tho rol)nj,iiran TarW Bill will be re- FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. or Wednes-MT. VERNON, KY. Temperance ported to the Senate The Woman's Christian ... . . . ... l.i .mil ili.1h.ifi. tlinffinn i'ill Iw.irltl tw.vt ' l ......,.. i Sain Cowan bought of K. H. i. . e union, in Mate con veiuion hi ui:isk". 77 mountain ewes at S'J.l't. Hotel it stilt maintain, This old and refused to intlon-- the woman's suffrage Monday. -- J. N. Menefee bought a pair of coach ins its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. SpeJoe Blackburn and Frank Iliinl will prohibition platform, on the plank of the 1 cial attention to the traveling public. SlVtl). ground that they were not ready for that be among the speakers at the conven- horses from Gill Cowan for M.V. NKWCOMil, Prop, tion of democratic clubs in Louisville T. .7. Hill sold to Dwight Boot a car"department" yet. We do not believe Mt Vernon, Ky. hogs at 51 cts. load of that the true women of Kentucky will Thursday. Beginning yesterday the C. & O. H. T. Bush bought of John Hill, a ever be ready for it, and the union was will sell round trip tickets to Richmond, bunch of .KXpound cattle at $UV. wise in its action. Mrs. I.ula Nield, who LONDON. KENTUCKY, James liivens old toT. K. Wood II it is said will shortly remove to Louis Va., at one fare on account of the State I cents. cattle at head of 1, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. ville, was elected president for the en- Kx position. -- M. F. Klkin lost his $150 sorrel Mrs. Fairfax, widow of Lord Fairfax suing year; Mrs. C. A. Leech, of Ixniis-villThoroughly Kcnuvated and Kcfurnishcd. 1'irst- corresponding secretary and Mrs. and a sister of the late Mrs. Ueorgc 1). horse Saturday night. He had colic. T. M. Boiling sold to I)VC Lilian! class Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day and tnichl Bowling (Jreen, Prentice, of Louisville, died in WashingJames A. Mitchell, of ton last week. his crop of corn, 40 acres, at $1.50 in the Trains are met by Polite I'ortersot this Popular recording secretary. House. Zack Nooe, of Mercer, struck his field. session of the Pulaski court wife witli a stone last week, fracturing New Jersey is so Di'itiNo the The apple crop in of claims last week Kditor Backer print her skull, because she refused him moil- - large that 1'0 cents a bushel is all it comNEW BUTCHER SHOP. .. t0 .,, ,1....,,. on ed this paragraph in the Reporter: "Will mands. a butcher simp at Kiiwlamt in havr W. W. & P. C. Sandidge bought of thi Kernll opened bousand am prepared to furnish a county magistrate m;11 out for a drink )r L. T. lvddy, of Urayson, Ky., First-Clas- s. Mro t m.i.ui, fish and nys ."say yes, aim name me who went to wait on the yellow fever Wakefield & Lee a car load of cattle at tho pub ir with all kinds of whisky; ters in their srasun. As hiretnlnrii wi coiitui t men." Whereupon he was cited to ap- victims at Jacksonville, took the disease I cents. tu my tut ue running my ;ii;ori deiiierin conpear before the august body for W. L. Caldwell it Son, of this coun- tinners in Stanford and wunity M K KLKIN. himself and died Friday. t tempt, and although he swore like'a litTho Cincinnati Southern has with- ty, sold three young jacks for $1,750. S Q DAVIS, tle man that ho didn't mean that court, drawn from the Southern Passenger As- Danville Advocate. but some other one, ho was fined $' and sociation and will hereafter make rates A. F. Duckworth sold in Louisville PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, costs. This is rather a high handed pro- - on its own responsibility. Thursday 3 hogsheads of Clark county .. 1. .1 ...1 .1 MT. VKKNON, ceetling on tne pan 01 me coun, niiicii, j)own in Christian county James leaf at S- -' to SJ5.50. to say the least, is pretty suspicious about I)tI(11(.v ran ht An,irew Mo,re makinir Wm.Gooch sold toTliompson, of GarOllice next door to Whitehead's Dm tore. its own integrity. cattle at 4Je and a Special attention giten to diseases or children gun rard, !) love to his wife, when he siezcd a lot of butcher cattle at lie. Fixdino it next to impossible toget re- and filled him full of bird shot. John O. Neal sold to J. U. Bose 0 Congressman Hatch, of Missouri, a . publican speakers to discuss tho issues ! extra feeders, 1,140 pounds, at llccwt. of the campaign with the democrats, native of Scott county, in this State, is booked for the new Cabinet position of and SI per head premium. Chairman Mitchell Alford, of the State Hutchinson's profits on wheat sold I will deliver to regular uistomers in'Slanford and Central Committee, has addressed an Commissioner of Agriculture. vicinity esery morning Two saloon keepers at Yellow Springs in one day at Chicago, amounted to open letter to Uen.Landram, chairman of ! $i75,000 and over a million by the deal. At the republican committee, requesting an O., were each fined $50 and costs and Attention is called to the joint sale or Accounts must be paid at the close of each wci-given ten tlays in the Work House for when customer 'lints, The arrangement for joint discussion. It. E. IIAKROW. Shorthorns to beheld of fashionably-bre79 general would no doubt like to ariauge, selling liquor to a habitual drunkard. at Danville, Oct. IKJd, by Messrs.' Cecil & W. T. Sheridan, Territorial Statistibut it is (Joubtful if he can get any of his Fisher. See notice in this paper. :;0,000,-00- 0 who are willing to stand up and cian, estimates the wheat crop at speakers Mr. D. C. Terhune bought 17 yearbushels, against 52,000,000 bushels I am A Kent For The be made a laughing stock of. produced in Dakota Territory last year. ling mules from George Bright, of GarTho job for burying paupers was let rard county, at SSo.oO. Corn is bringing COAL, It is stated on good authority that Harrodsburg Demo-ciawho refused to run for gov- in Louisville at $1.40 for adults ami 80 $1.75 at the heap. Uov. Porter, And will keep it constantly on hands in my yards in Stanford. ernor of Indiana to help pull Harrison cents for children, which includes coffin Fon Sam:. A number of suckling through, has given it ns his candid opin- and all. The last contractor got S3 ami .Also LI mo, Sand and Hair. anil yearling bulls, the latter ready for ion that tho general cannot carry Indi- $:! respectively. (ive inr u Call. service. Also a lot of Shorthorn heifers JOHN II. HKUJINS. For over three years Rev. Fred. D. ana and that he will not bo elected. A f . Stanford. and female calves. Will sell cheap. A. good many other republicans are of the Hale has hail baptismal services every same way of thinking, but they are not Sunday that he has been in Louisville, M. Feland.fc R. B. Bro. have bought a Bedd save one night when the water pipe was honest enough to admit it. SUCCKSSOK TO of fat hogs at $0 per hundred. They avfroen. Bnou.v, the man who married !):i woThe democrats of Louisville are pre eraged about !l''0 pounds. Also a lot of M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, Lexingmen, was convicted at Detroit Friday of paring to give Henry Watterson a grand slioats at oj cents per pound. 511 4TH AVENUE, of 15 of his victims, reception on his return 'from the Fast, ton Observer. bigamy, on the oaths B. P. Hutchison, "old Hutch," they were present, and sentenced to who where he has been lalioring in the cause LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. call him, who is supposed to have coryears and 0 months in tho pen. He is of democracy. perhaps the fellow of whom it was writA Cincinnati restaurant-keepewho nered all the visible supply, ran Septem The Nobbiest & Most Stylish ten, "In his life hu lived in clover, and nailed a large turtle to tho sidewalk to ber wheat h) Sl.'-'- in the Chicago Board Stock of when ho died he died all over." from crawling away, was ar- of Trade Friday. prevent it An item is going the round of tho rested for cruelty to animals, and it is The Klizabethtown News has reached hoped he will bo severely punished. press stating thnt the turkey ciop in tho UOth year of a most successful existBoss Quay is preparing to flood the Central Kentucky is short. Wo don't ence. For a large part of tho time it has swamps of New Jersey witli Pennsylvan- know how it is in other counties, but been under tho wise ami conservative) ia "fat," but that snug democratic ma- Jessamine has enough to supply the Kct brought to the city of I.otmvillc, now open Including thu management of Mr. II. A.Soinmers, who jority for which Now Jersey is becoming s legion for Thanksgiving and demonstrated his ability as an ex- noted in presidential years is likely to Christmas and have stock left for next KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS has cellent and painstaking journalist, and bob up at the right time. Spring. And also my own importation or Knglish Hnts Journal. shown himself fully deserving of tho fine Cash wheat was forced up to $2 Sat- and Cnpa, An elegant lino ol Cane unci I.yon'a Ben Dorsey, a wealthy young farmsupport ho has received. Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. I'ine er of Scott, went to Lexington, got dru nk urday at Chicago by Gambler HutchinWill keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture on the and retired in his room at the Ashland son, although October sold at about a SEAL SKIN SA0QUES, OAPS, f Tin: Louisvillo Truth's and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods other papers of that city Sunday was one House, after blowing out tho gas; but dollar. Ho was able to do this by buy- Gloves and other Ttirt, a specialty. Orders nut can be bought in the cities. Give me of the best of the many bright things that a trial and you will be con ing all the September wheat in sight, paycity have emanated from the pen of Genius he'll never do so any more. Next day ing $2 for some himself and then forcing aldu of Don'tsolicited, perfect satisfaction vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. tail toordera NOIIIIV HAT, homo in a box. ho went Ben Ridgely. -- g Semi-Week- ly 1 car-loa- 1,000-poun-d e. torch-ligh- OVERCOATS I chillas. suil-bon- t. Satinets and Kerseys, Worsteds and Chinin Light Medium and Heavy Weights. Colors and I ut l In Light and Dark Our Stock is s. blue-gras- s Fill of Fresh Ms. Ma-chi- Come Early and get Choice ofPatcniH and Size. Iai-ga- n All I I BRUCE&MeROBERTS. SI- -- L-- J '. . 1 Bich-mo- obli-gotio- tj-t- to-da- lCTMBER I I 7AUDI I I $P-'5,000. ,l. j , WOOD WALLACE, T. R. WALTON & , , bow-wo- te , j NEWCOiMB well-kno- HOTEL. -- I e ,vi .... to-dn- y 1 Mar-cu- ni MAI MERE! STREETS Sj-ll- . d JACKSON HOUSE. STANFORD, KiaTTXrCaXT. d e, JO;-t- f. ) I j ! I I Prices Always Reasonable and Goods u-i- " a I Is-- ; ' Ml 1,500-poun- d 77-t- f. GOOD EMFTTT BARRELS FOR SAXE. ICE. ICE ICE Two Cent Per Pound l d 2TXW COAX 7ABD. t. SUPERIOR LILY ) oj-- t car-loa-d GEOGHEGAN, SEW FUMITUME STORE ! MAffl MiaFFMAKT, PBtDR, f 1 r, O FALL HATS, world-renown- ed blue-gras- get-of- (,'iiarnn-tee2J-i- ' WSMMHIIU LI I J' in e.i iir,i;;r;; A..-, i'm.i'iiintiifclir.i.'li...V ilTu iHVum'; ''.''wriw Mswr',ti anl.inlU.. J.7.1 .... ...'..' -- f.'wi'.M rirMn 7jC Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal1 n, a. c. wat-toStanfOIU). nuw. Ivy., Manacur and Friday Octoiieh 2, 1888 PubllBhod Evory Tuosday AT SU I'ICll VKAU, o paid IN" ADVA.2STCJS charged, "When not $2.50 will be K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tralnt lease Rowland at J.'JS " and 7: and return at 6 p m and t.40 p m. m I. AH. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North.. . 30UUI., jms 7 Tin: Court of Claims convened nt readv to take orders for fall And every thing has been selected with great care, the senior meni- oVIoek yesterday. I'resent Judge T.W. Mcim, Granville Cecil and k. M. Fisher, of and winter lothinu. Call in and have ht latter train lo carry passenger! Vamon" presiding; and Justices c. K. ;;i'd,XMhli;nwclilllid.llfe!", "le of fMh,cluMr ber's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with The above i calculated on standard lime. Solar your UlenHllrU taken. II. C. Kupley. time about to minuics unci, Wells) Ceorgo Tv'yoiiiik, Jolm FA,R CROUNDS, DANVILLE, OCT. 23 88, discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and To Faiimi.iis. Come In nnd look atlbe L MEAN8 IU8INE8S. Dix Feed Cutter. The only complete A. Clinitpell, Charles Boone, John Hal llcginningat i o'clock, l M Those detiriiiK those who pay promptly at the end of each six months is especially . catalogue can obtain them promptly by addren ley, J. K. I.ynn and J. O. Keal. Most Ol iiit cilherof the above named at Danville, Kv. Watciim and jewelry rejuUred anil feed cutler in the market. Met calf V, C. Kidd will be Auctioneer. A. II. I'diny. warrante.!. Foster. desired. the afternoon was devoted to hearing Tim lcst place to buy drugs, patent iciw from paupers who want to live on Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, It is wonderful to relate, but not a medicines mid toilet articles is at A. H. A New Livery, Feed and l Stable single orator appeared on the'scene here the county without going to tho poor Penny's. Buy your hJiooI books, ink, tntiletK. yesterday, notwithstanding the election limine, but County Attorney Carpenter very properly insisted that they must go iiaicr, iencils ninl wliool BiipplicH of all is hut a month oil". I have purchaed the brick Stable on kinds from A. It. I'enny. or get nothing. Tho consequence whs I guarantee all watches anil every refused the otter. The court Cait. Mstt. I.owi: took down over 70 that many of jewelry I hell to bo just as moonshiners and witnesses to Louisville will bo in session several days. It." Penny. Formerly occupied by J. K. Ilruce, but morp rc A. ccnuy uyjonii n carpenter I liavc put on his train yesterduv. S'uor in Tiik I1km. Squire M. S. Kav ble in thorouch repair and am furnihin; Ihfhu it with feed of all kind, a bran PERSONAL POINTS. Thk county court was pretty barren of tin tells us that llyiw McCiulfv camo to is very low. items yesterday. The will of Opie hind-sa- y his house ycstenlay morniiig and swore j New Stock of First-OlaSMw. Kn. Davi-o.- v Buggies, was probated and some other routine out a warrant against Dr. It. Jl. Mullinsi Surreys, &C, Miss M MiuiK Nkwi.axii has the pneu- and Hill Allen lUugh, charging them!. am prepared lo accommodate all who may huslueM onlv was transtcted. inouia. And with shooting llllll With intent to Kill. favor meIih their patronage (live me a trial. Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, Mu. D. C. Ai.i.i:x has iunlitletl as tleji A i.i.tii.11 from Kev. (i. V. l'erryman J N.mknf.fek. He says that tho two men with a wo- - ("xt . the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over !! .uncle nt this place states that a 0 ninii uiri ilrivitiL' iilonir Ibu road ilrnnlc. T.iom'ah (' ltnniNMis is very ill of Mi,. ' I hac mocd ,,.,. ,..h(M1 ,.., 1H,un1 llaj.tist arrived at his house a few SllI1(ln.. nn(1 tvphold fever. . . nights ago, iirin iiiiu r iiuiri riiiiiiiui Lucille spoke .in a civil. manner, .... llieir reply It. K. Wiiiti; is trying bis hanil in tin .. wiimiii. "lio to li I" and on his answering To Lancaster county clerk's ollice. opposite the t Different styles and pricss. Our stock consists largely of the better "Y,)" 'a" V" ,,,,r" yourselves," they I alto Vcrp a lotMreet of Ijtncaster, is ol IIKICK on hand ready for talc MihsMamiik HiiiTKii, Mu.M:ri:i: has opene.l the llverv J. V. F. KAMSEV. Mrs. I'annle lireen. stable on Depot street and relltted it opened lire on him, one ball striking .Stanford, Ky grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the !" t''-- l,:l,'k ,,f lll ,tl'll1. glimcing on Mi-(iKHTiu m: (iiuiiv, tif Columbia, throughout with' new buggies, surrevs, trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. ,t,c, .s-- notice in this paper and wiv. the skull and coining out without milk- as entered the College here. FUSLIC SALE QF A GOOD 4KC0L FAKU. ing more than a sculp wound. Mrv, Mattik V.mkkkk is itvsistingj ,jm trjaj Tou will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. lierf.itlier, Mr. 1). W. Vandeveer, in bis, I.k.i I'.iioki: and 15om: Dhixkn I.nto And I'ofMonnlty. I'm Kit CAixN.lwelling, situated on the 3D. .A. C. Carman suirer- - I will kcll at nubli auction on my plai.e on the Mii am. Mas. Thomas Mn.Ai.r an- top of Hulls (iap burned Friday 11KhttTni:tiiMH-M.-.Mthp le Mf'iMiiMiii i .. vi'Miimniv iimrti. i'miviiic anu lluMoimUc r..,.,. .i .i. .ii i. - ft j ?.im. i.ii Ti.rriiin. M,.in .. . , rn'mliiiL' a few davs with his ii.irents nt ,,l,'l tuer wiin an iim rriitiuius. ! ialri,r, .,.,, fw ,nir ..pile, . i . ,a from ' MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. ' iThe lire tiriginated from the tine of the illg. lie was driving ll team into town, .and convenient to churches and cliool, on Nicholasville. when tho bridle caino olfoneof thohors-- . 0oo Mu. it. (i. II Ml., teller of the Somerset cooking stove. .. 7) iooO) ,. . . es and they dashed olHit headlong speed, I l'Minkiug Co., caino up and tcstk his wife Land Tin: K. C. put on half fare rates to H'.mijh. u, htop them, Mr. Carman Mr Farm of about 315 Acrea of a. rr in ill utaiion in ,., rtnn.ii home yesterday. I'i.w.i.mn.l v...t..r.l.,v , wl.lM, ivill .nntt,,. .1 :....-.- ! .. . i.. u miiit m iiiiiiii iuiuj .1 vv.iuuii ocr anu me remainoer in ira ; It acrei on urn mu lias uiiMiuiu .Ii imik J. (i. Cim:ii,of llrodheail, was lie till the elii-- o of the o.MMtion, Oct. frame duelling, containing 7 ruonx. Thp and he did so as it paved Mr. J laugher- - outbuilding Mil: roomy and in ccod repair. Farm to the here yesterday and stayed '27. Tickets good returning live days tv's shop, with frightful results. lioth u well watered lie place win ueoiicrcuin three mr liirta mill iiivii sail uitiAla an.1 tllb !& fMK(tyittlKa . lslge lat night. I ihiiihu tvn n nnuliiiu tha from date of purchase. isiiien 01t ins leu iirg wen; oroKun oeiow taken, icrmt maue known on ilav of. sale. 1'ov - Mit.J. K. Smith and wife, after sevicktioti given Immediately, or at thr purchaser debeing driven sire. A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. lA'Ningtoii.basinov-- J Tin: MeKiiiuev Democratic Club ap the knee, the larger one tnil months' Mtv I v. At tell my perinches out of tho llesh and into the haul sonal the same lime and place goodillfarming brood pointed Dr. lireen Moore, Citero Reyproperty, consisting of a Highland. ed liack to McAdani of the street. A crowd soon M.ires, Imili of them in tojl lo a jack; one good Mits. Wooiiy Haw: lot her gohl watch nolds .!. W. Sallee, J. II. Vaubook, Crit tadillr and harnest Horse, and one t llorae, one vyear-olby Howard Smith and A. It. McKinney to attend gathered am! the sullercr was taken into Filly and one "iittdnv. but it was found i! work, mare Mule, weanling the shop, Do. Drouaugh and l'eytou, head of Milk ("out, a lot 01 oungMuln Colt,6 or 6 the lMitavillc invention. Cattle, consistr.ruco in t'hu Christian churchyanl. who wcio called, preferring to have him ing of Steers, lleifertand Calves; a lot of Hogs unci Mioats ; a good lot of Farming Implements Mns. Mahv Citow, only sister of Col. Kiiovt fell Thursday, Friday and Sat- - there to the prollered houses of the citi- nnd Household and Kitchen Furniture; 8 to 13 Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by r 11 tllll ...1., I..1.J lwiattt nit n viktt tit Bakery, Restaurant and ,,,.,. unlay nights, but the latter wits the only zens in the locality. Thodoetors .set the tout of 'timothy und Millet llav, u Jot of Oats, a Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s mall lot nf Wheat and a lot of Corn ' j iv.t faiiii lui niriiivi iiiiiva i..f, ivi.lnv fnr ..- - one that amounted to much and it was hones, but say it is one of the worst fracTerms liberal and made known on day of sale They will keep constantly on hand everyCalifornia Fruit Store. homo In MiMKoiri. J I'. LAND, too late to do any damage of uiiicli con- - tures they have ever handled. Mr. Car'I' 1) Knlish, Ait' licnecr Moretand, Ky thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls; Pics, Cakes and the Best of V' Prnf. S ..afc ..l.i.l v liiMir tlitit (HIT K1"11 f 1' S ,0 !'. huct will be told also. ,...,., I. ,.... MHiieinf. Mime 01 tlie line ni is siigi.t- - man boro the operation with great forti1.1. .1..- -. .1 Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. ,! what little tobatro was tude and al its completion he was taken iv injnriHi at the Academy- ..,M with .is N)IM,ninl Wlu,I1 . rahuotith Democrat. horse Ad-- , Itorn Dr.n. MhinIiiiI Wind wine and from Itutii: ii. D.M:.of the Danville A good citizen and a l'uliiski. mUier-- t of his j Respectfully, R. ZIMMERr , u.ite. whs h .yuN the keeper of the 'infamous clever man, his misfortune will be regret- Association, and til a g'ssl ilay's ' "Lyons' Den, " at .lelhco, ate dead from ted Wholesale and Retail. j.a'i yesterday by evoryliody. The team, one horse the wounds iceeived in the tight thatoc- - and mule, was Mopped at the Christian LEXINGTON, ork with his t.itnins. KY., Col.. W'kmii, who law Just lutiiuied n'lirn-- over the arrest of the latter. It church correr without damage to it or OCT. 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, 1888. from Knoxville, says that Miss Helen js stattsl that Lyons killed seven men the wagon, and had Mr. Carman not Siullev, who was threatened with thonlmjug his miserable csneer. THAT it is possible lie would have esjumped typhoid fever, is convalescing .MONDAY, OCT 8. caped accident. tiikTw-PsYI'.uSix per cent, is To Stallion Stales, j:jj clam, estimated f l,S Mu. ami Mns. .1m. T. (i so returned 6o Futurity St.il.ea for .Sunday, taking Mr. K. added by law on all luxes not paid by CHURCH AFFAIRS. Cuo lo Dallas, Texas, Ashland Stakes for earlini;, estimated trotting jiiirsc 3.40 ilnss 500 with them, who will goj November 1st. County Court day in Rochester will be too late. I have no TL'KSDAY, OCT. 9. All of the Jacksonville preachers re j November into business with Mr. (iano. 51,730 Sulii"" suU .jocliis, estimated Miss Ilre discretion in tho mutter. The Auditor main at their post duringmi the epidemic. i:j ilats pailni: purse 730 , , Miss A vnik Wiia-- has taken a Special Stakes, Susie S , Houri Kmincncc,es. charges me with the additional U per r.liier dOllll l.ong nili uiiiiiifiin: Ihebnrds' place in the poituJhce, while 600 UinaicU r protracted meeting at May wood chinch cent. T. D. Newland, S. I.. C. 450 Stales CF lie goes on a visit to Cincinnati and otli-- . WKDNKSDAV, OLT. ic the llrst Saturday in November. places, and is doing Tin: Jury hung in the case of Italian! :?6 class trottlni; purse Si, 000 How 11. F. Tavlor is conducting a Stallion Slakes, 2:31 class 1,000 .1. A. Chait, democratic elector, pass-ellronston for the killing of liilbert Dudat Buckeye, (iatrard county, which Kentucky SUle car 'olds 730 up to Ilichinond yesterday, where he ley at ltichiiioud and ho was granted had THUKSDAY, OCT. iu additions to last acresulted in opened his campaign, which will last till hail in the sum of $7,000. This is anothpurse 1,000 patin counts. 1 '10 class trolling nurse ?so tothe election. He speaks at er of the many cowardly murders that , estimaled The Daptist Church here has called l.exiiiston Stales for Orchard day and Crab have oceiirrcd in this section, which Hew .1. I.. Smith, of Danville, to till their! .j. Having secured the services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watch. ir,s-- nil Ir.Hllnir miFrs, Cs mus t . lUt Mil Mu. I.S. Ti:is is back from Indiana, will never be punished as it should. lt ' t H'fy pulpit till a pastor is secured by the pttl 2'ai class trotting purt 1,000 maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness alter the sad experience of a net loss of estimated 1,000 Mr. Smith lias accepted Special Stulct for and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the A i. Fikmi's Minstrels will open the pit committee. SiiS.OOO by the burning of his mill at Fort I.adics Free on First Day. the call. eye. He and his sister still have amusement season here Saturday night, Wnvnt'. The Baptist revival at Kminence, pxxj farms in this and Woodfonl conn-- j Dlth, and judging from the excellent which closed witli IH additions, was con- EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS. Kl). A. TII'TON, Stc'y. Ids time to, press notices In every town they have tics, and he will now devote 1'. I' JOHNS! ON', President. appeared since starting on their tour of ducted by the popular and successful exclusively. them they will surpass oven their for-- evangelist, Hew Fred. Hale, of SAJL1B3, Danville Advocate. AND VICINITY. mer triumphs hero. A number of nov CITY (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) Hew Hen Helm preached two excelnave ccn antieo ami mo miriii elties Nicholas Yoimi has been appointed and melody, fun and fmlic will bu fast lent sermons at the Presbyterian church Two Pianos, one Organ, two Wardrobe, two FAVOK1TE LIjfE IIETWKKN THE NORTH AND SOUTH. at Ottciiheini. Sunday. All the members are well ... .... Ilnnl-.and furious. - .lta tn...s lt.,l.n.l tf postmaster EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. pleased With llllll lllld II call for llllll tO a Wire Sprinus. Pillows, lllanleu, Coal Oil LIMITED A 1.AI111K lino of new fall goods just re-- 1 Tank und many other things. For cash these ar- Cojiino Homi:. A dispatch from Wash-- I IN 33 i HOURS. the pulpit regularly will bo made, can lie nau ni a uareain. Apply to eivetl at S. II. .Shanks'. Call in and see ington says: Hon. James 11. McCrcary, ,,.,. - tl,.. l,r. Itlcl.nr. tidest I'AXTON AI.KX S. w, I IIU IIMJIIIIIIIV.il IU, SHU 1.IIS.- l'WII"l r Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily, ,fr, them. who has dono as much hard and success- - tioorgo Foster Pierce has arrived from Alo clocks, piiiwt nianlets and thne good THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. Tin: young people are arranging for n (,,j work as any man, and has been at Italy. The fnmt of the shaft contains n 'iilll!il Vfc bigchestnut'liunt in the knobs ilext Sat-- 1 hittpost as faithfully as any member TIIlSTJaASSHORT IjIX-Kstriking likciices of tho noted divine. It ing this long, tedious and memoniblo will be erected in Sparta, in a few gAW ., M1LL FQR SALE i of ten ...onths will start for CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16,1888. lltoZix will give a hop tllIVS, Tin: young tiieky early this week. He opens his .AIho Lunil iinii Stock. J. O. Itust, who recently retired from in honor of the visit- ItKA-X- ) at tho Hall "UP. KKAD DQW'X. campaign at Taylorsville, Spencer conn- - the editorial depiirtuient of thollopkins-vill- e At desire to leave Kentucky I will tell .nl ureal ing ladies. traTns NoufTT "'f KAlNS SOUTH. sacrifice 2 taw mills complete with 30 horse boilerti October ll, and will speak right along ty, N o. 6. South Kentuckian, has been or- and so horse cabinet, 2 saw works, ox Ion wagNo. 4. No. 8. No. j. No. i. o. 7. , I .so. 3, I ! .STATIONS. No. 3. hurkhoard, muw spring wagDaily. 3 i.horse ocit runner goons iiavoiirniii. '!'!..... for four weeks, cleaning up tho tlistrict dained a Baptist minister. As long as on und harnrst .) olcs of cattle, 3 mules, horse, Daily. Ex. Sun, Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily. on 'isftfwanting sandals and overshoes can now as lie proceeds and closing with a yell the lamp, etc., the vilest of us, etc., so grist mill complete, and my fnrni of 560 acres of m 10 25 a 6 00 ill Cincinnati A'rv 640am! 6 817 a in Vospm S 00 pin 7 55 a ni.' l.'ve noli land well timbered. Will sell privately. from the mountain boys. ...: 830am 4 21 p m ..Willi.imtuwn... I.'ve 5 13 am get them. Ilruce it McHohertH. 9 5.1 a m 547pm 935pm there's hope for Craddock yet. .MART SMITH. in 4 10 7 14 a. ni 3 oS p in ticoruetuuii 1059 a m 70J pin 10 37 pm Maywood, Ky a m 4 Ijpra 700am 1 40 pm 3 l.exinston The result of the very interesting ,yp in 7 3$pm II 05pm 10 35 a m 11 Tiikiii: was a slim attendance, at tho State Kxpross is the Tin: United R.R. Ari 6 30 am. 7 10 pm. y 40a in 440pm 810pm 7 1011111 il.v. I.011., lam. S. " protracted services In the Presbyterian I.v 30011 mi j 30J1 m 8 37 p m 4! a m 10 50 a m' Ar. Nnrsm ' jia m quickest, safest and cheapest. Packages club meeting Saturday night, to the disof Paint l.ick was the addition rr' joa in 3 17 p ml 5 45 am 17 p in Ilitruin ia.12 pm 841 pin ii o a in it 17 amll.vc called for and delivered at your door. A. credit of the members bo it said. Presi- church at Dansille 10 put t jSa'hil w 50 pm Sj9 p 111,11 16 a in 530 a in dent Alcorn made a short speech and Hi members, besides the recollection for Junction City.., "jam 3533111 5.10 s in 00 apin T. Nunnelley, agent. ij pm 9 '10 pm la 30a ni 114511m cs,a ml 1 J p in Somerset... in loopm 05 many days to come of a precious season t t 300pm 105am delegates were appointed to attend the 1.. SCili.KsiiM., the Kiihmond I'hotographcr, ,..' 515am 415am Oaldile in 933 pin. 11 13a in j 35 a in 05a pm Hichinond Hegister. Tin: prohibition election in Casey oc- convention in Louisville as follows: Ceo. of refreshing 6 40 p m Art.. Chattanooga, will be in Stanford, l.'ve 020pm 7 3 a in 4 00 a 815am iu 00 pm sr v, siipm 7 35 a m a 10 a in 700pm 1. ic...i.naii iiiOi:a., Saturday, and Mrs. Nield, as P. Bright, D. KlasH, J. V. Alcorn, T. h. Tuesday. Octobor 2 nnd 30. curs next Kld.tieorge Darsio is preaching with 4j p m 4 47 a 00 p mi ) 49 p in ai'v. .....Iiaua..H Tuesday, November 13 and 27. pm pm 1 45P usual, is on hand, billed for one speech Shelton, H. C. Warren ami T. W. Var great power and eU'ectivoness at the II 45 m I.'lt IlirmniKham ..ii8 25 n m 300 u Tuscaloosa I 30 a m 41 6 15 P oi Tuesday, December 11 and 25. and sometimes two each day till then. K. S. Bastin, by his Christian church and scores are being And will male ueallics on those days liy using ml 4 43 am Ar'v... ..Meridian ..... ..I.ve 4 Ij a inioujp m ...'ll 35 p Tho linmo of 11011. Ar'v. .New Orleans., ,1. ve o 00 p m 3 35 p u ...,' ,..,1 630 a in II 00 to the roll. A com- turned from the error of their way. The ihe Instantaneous nroress. onI'lcluren can lieI made Ar'v Meridian m l.'ve 9 40 pm 5 10 well on cloudy us also clear days, I). U. Sumurruit has built a dwelling request, wasa tided Just nt . 6 top m co a m I. vc.. Ar v 9 consisting of W. II. Millor, J. confessions to tlato number 28. Several wish to mention that parties hiivmir I'icturi to ' 4 00 pm 1. e...,vicktuuri;,.. to a and Btoro at Taint Lick since leaving mitteeKnlarge in Cruyon, Water Color or Oil. will find ..Monroe.,.. 4 30 pin I. vc. K. C. Walton was appoint1005 a in were baptized in the Portnian pond Sat- it tn their advnntJgo to have It done at homo Dripping Springs two weeks ago, and an- P. Bailoy and Coo a in 8 15pm Ar'v. .Shreveporl.. to address the peo- urday, but it being found very muddy, ho will open it with a ed to secure speakers give entire satisfacropy them just at cheap and nounces that Mann lloudoir lluflel Sleeping Cart on all trains. nnd nt as ma- the ordinauco will be administered this tion '1 hauling the people of Lincoln county for D. O. r.DWAUDS, Oen'l Frt. I'ait. Ajt. "(Imnd Bull" Monday and Tuesday ple of tho county as often JOHN C.OAULT, (leneral Manager, their patronage, and hoping for n continuance of which all ny points as possible between now and afternoon in lagan's Creek, near R. CARKOI.I., (ieneral Superintendent. J. (JUINI.AN, (Jell. Adverusinj, Ari. kanie, I nm Very Itespecifully. nights next, 8th nnd Wli, to J. I...SCHLF.UF.I., Photographer. General Offices, St. I'aul lluildlng, West Fourth Street, CincinnatiOMo. the election. t ' . the ladies and gentlemen are invited. Ia.I ltl,l,l "I 11 I.iprett train " South....... .lUllll. .. . North South... . ....u Jipm 131pm ..iiJTpra . Wiin.r. In tlioeity I bought mi elegant Tho Lexington popcra wiy Unit Dr. line of millinery, which Ih coiiiiugin tlni- - J. W. Cox wrw in his (17th year and that ly. Kveiythinj! novel in my line run ho ho leaves a wife and five children, hut no wlii-n- t TitiiKi: No. 1 diil1n for had at my store. I cordially invite all to estate. A fow hours before his death ho Kitu clii'iip. I. M. Iiniw. examine my btouk before purchasing. called a member of his family to him and ' said that in dying the only thing of his Call itt S. II. Shunlcs' untl wo tlio new Mrs. Kate Dudderar. life that he regretted wu that he had goo- in lie if daily receiving. ,. ...... i.j.. i .. i... . I n.. i...t i.t.. l........ l.t t in. I'lim.r.u re uriB nun inn nun son of bridge over Knob hide creek is at last Dkatii. Fames, the lien Cooley, died of llux at Howland Fri coinjileted and icady for use. Itseaiae it y is 4 7,tXK) pounds, so no one need fear day. N KV A I) VKKTIS KM KXTS. in going over. It was built by the King Call at Mr. 11. K. Wearen's store and lion Ihidge Co., of Cleveland. neo some line portrait work executed by I Ox iirrmiut of the piotnuted meeting Mrs. Annie James. tho whh is in progiess, ...,. Hop Club will 'I here 7 Laiu.i: lot of both beating mid cooking .,.....,,. , ,mllll(. tn.u,.ht latncto my farm about the middle of September 7 Mountain Ewes, which the owner can Htovcs, grates, coal vases, cake boxes, tol as they intended, but will postpone get by paying for grazing mid for tint notice. W. F. A1IKA1IA.M, letsets, &c, nt V. II. Higgins'. week. The meeting was overtill Vf Crab Orchard, Ky. A skw postollico bus been established looked in considering the matter at llrst, I'lUII.IC SALE OK at Hammack, Garrard county, with Mrs. but ns seon as it was suggested the hop wiw declared of!'. Mrs. .S. C. Ilnmmcak potiunstcr. Nr.w liuoim iiiuinlli'SHvarU'tyntCourtH k Cox'h. NOW OPEN, We Have Opened our Stock of '. ,,.., ,...., ESTHATT ,,, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Everything is new, net ! .317am ..6 jo am 6 33 V" SHORTHORN CATTLE! SOT 3 PIECE OF OLD GOODS I am now j 1 ' iV: Cj-t- j nr-tit- le ti. repre-H-nte- Depot Street, Stanford, S SEVERANCE & SON. CARRIAGES j BUGGIES, ! - - i "; - ,. .,.. - .. 37 MEAT i SHOP Coiitt-Hom- c ng ( j 1 ' '" ... . r - . -- - GEO. i . . ii a. k. n.,.. cuiivsuu) vti, 7 1 1 at . .. . 1 1 I WEARER, MAN'G'R. Illue-(iru- k ..vr-L- ! 11 Ma-o- n- NEW! NEW! NEW! R-- I 1 I 1 111 d j IMME19 .;.....' . 1 j '""""7". . it j(-j ... ,':r, '''' ' izrsr;:: mm ' 1 lumn huh fresh oysters in every style ) j PLEASE OBSERVE I s. M'ROBERTSSTAGG' -- l i j j j Illue-Gra- st r llrst-rat- e. , id d , 1 Free-for-a- ll Lim-iistc- r -- WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. It--- - Kay,oct. jyear-olds- 9C-- is KM ,VtJV Louis-vllle.- j 1RSS-1- 1, -f FIDH QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. , r 1111 MM f- - L s8-- t- i j tlur-urda- y. I f 1 1 waf-oi- 1 1 1 42-- p 111 .1 5S-t- f 4 OUT THIS OUT. 11 1 -- 1 1 T I 1 11 .. - 1 1 111 .1 IU 11 111 1 111 11 111 11 . . . 1 111 , A-- How-htm- l. 6i-t- f - . V - .'X &mmmmm&im!mmteii ,.,. t " - ... v r i. - " jL i! VjtwV y!jjn r - W - . rr'.--rTT"- ' ,.,,,,-,,-,- ,. :l.:. -- .nifc--- ",. n-..Ti;,- .., -" mm111 ,.- - " !"- - j, .- em r,,jl . ' j ;jj jj "i iv ai iTn'iii ,n... ... ..... . JWTX . wmmmm ,, , 7 kTMmMVTtrwv f" tw u)4 m . " ""rW'W it'tv.'yi ' r , '-- i .' V-carlot gros grain ribbon for a waistcoat and under part of tho cuff, as tho only touch of color about tho costume, und j effective it is, too. Tho Oxford FALL FASHIONS. tics aro of two shades of gray suedo. X.stisa.t Paul In ilata Anil llonnntu Site will of blouso and Mantle) Clonk ami down of Chariuliijc boAll kiuds tho house. belted waists and worn In Surah, cropo IMtiuonii, tllovois, Collars and Makes India silk over luce and net skirts for evenC'uiTs Minor Matter, j ing house wear. Hashes of every form and (Special New York Corretooncloncc.1 gowns d straw huts nml bonncU will kind aro fashlonablo indeed; on somo newest bo worn late Into tho fall, according to En- thoy nro tho principal feature Tho glish stylo. Tho Dlrcctolro nhnpo trimmed variety springs from tho shoulder, down tho with heavy ribbons and autumn foliage Is front, caught ut tho wuUt with a buckle, drawn over tho hips and tied In a full long Kood form for this season. Borne of tho F. F. II shnixjs uro tied down with nar- bow ut tho sido or buck. row ribbons, tho severe edges being softTHE APIARY. ened with plultings of ribbon or flowers nestled under tho brim. For tboso who Honey Without Kflort How to Keep Iters ami to l'rotect prefer to sturt with winter millinery early ' to trevent Thrill from the ICisurc of turret. tho nil stylos will soon bo on exhibition. I keep my bees In a cupboard two feet Tho now bonnets will bo longer in tho crown than last year, thus indicating h return to square, says u writer in Farm and Homr. low coiffures. There is still a tendency to It Is inado of matched pine, having two trim from b.iek to front with large, full shelves, with a space between each sholf and tho sido of tho hives so that tho bees bows of ribbon. Bonnets f6r autumn wear hnvo tho f ramo can circulate as freely as possible. Tho entirety covered with loops of straight-- j hivo also has two doors In front, ono mado of caged ribbon i starting from the back of tho crown. Black ribbon with a cashmere border is hand somo mado up in IN-DOO-BS AND OUT. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. The belt ahe in the xwirld tor cut, tiriiltti, tores, ulcer, salt rheum, fever norci, letter, ihap. pcil H.nJ, chlllil.iliii, (form nml all aktn crup tloni, nrul po.itUcly curc pile, or no pay required. It U guaranteed to give perfect lathlnc-tloor money refunded. Price 95 cents per box. For sale by A. K Penny, Stanford, Ky n won-dorful- ly The Teacher GOFFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. Who advised her pupils to strengthen their minds by tho uso of Ayer's appreciated tho truth that bodily health is essential to uioutnl vigor. Kor persons of dollcnto nnd fooblo constitution, whether young or old, tills mcdicluo in remarkably beneficial. Do suro you get Ayer's Sarsupiirlllu. " Ecry spring and fall I take n num-tie- r of bottles of A) it's Sursaparllla.aml am greatly buuclltcil." Mrs. James II. Kastmnu, Stonehaiii, Musi, hnvo taken Ayer's Snrsnparllla "I with great benotlt to my general health." MIssThlmi h. Crcrur, Palmyra, Md. "My daughter, twelve years of ago, has suffered for tho past year from inritisTwisai JWXf flr--1 I m - MUL "" Dark-colore- Renews Her Youth. Mrs. 1'hu.tie Cliesley, I'eleroon, Clay Co., loua ells the following remarkable 'lory, the truth of which iouched for by Ine residents of the town, I am 73 )ear old, hasehcen troubled with kidney complaint and lameness for many ) ears; could uot dress in) self without help. Now I am free from piin and soreness and am nble to do all my own owe in) thanks to Klectric Hitlers homework. for hating renewed my joulh and removed completely all disease and pain. Try a bottle 50c and $1, at A. It. Penny's Drugstore, 1 SI SI ""TSsfrsi?-fit- a. .st.LsssfanWssssHsHsHiLssHlH .B Jfslw 4sssV .VassLLH JLW MAsSSa HMS mill iWL- - fW.sJHnssss LMltl.Wr sEjHHBsHHLLisHHHsisBHsV'as,vssjs ssv. raft ssMHatswII 1 J n fix EI rJ A JH bjSsJsJsHWpCSIslHlsIB, Worth Knowing. Mr. W, If. Morgan, merchant, l.aVe Cil), Ha, was taken with a severs Cold, attended with a distressing Cough and running into Consumption in Its first stages. He tried many so called popular cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Was reduced In flesh, had difficulty in breathing and was unable tr sleep Finally tried Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption and found immediate relief, and after using about n half dozen battles found himself well and hat had no return of the disease. No other remedy can show so grand a recorduf cures as Dr. King's New Discos try for Consumption Guaranteed to do Just tshat is claimed for it Trial bottle free at A K, Penny's Drug Store' by Shiloh's Cure General Debility. A few weeks since, wo liegan to givo her Ayer's Sursuparllla. Her health has greatly Improved." Mrs. Harriet II. Ilattlcs, South Chelmsford, Mass, "Alxnit ayear ago I began using Ayor'a Sarsapurllla us a remedy for debility and neuralgia resulting from malarial exposuro in tho army. I was in a very bail condition, but six liottles of the8r-sanarlll- a, with occasional doses of Ayor'a Pills, havo greutly Improved my health. I am now nblo to work, and feel that I cannot say too much fur your excellent remedies' K. A. Pinkham. South Moluneiis, Mo. "My daughter, sixteen years old, ls using Ayer's Sarsapurllla with good effect" Itev. 8. .1. Graham, United Brethren Chun It, lluckhaiinon, W.Vu. ".I suffered from with lame back and hendncho, and havo been much benefited by the uso of Ayer's Santnpnrllln. I nut now Mi years of age, and am nitthtled that my present health and prolonged lift nre due to the uso of Ayer's Sursaparillu." Lucy Mottltt, Kllllngly. Conn. Mrs. Ann II. Fnnnworth, a lady 79 years old, So. Woodotock, t., writes : "Aftpr sflverul weeks' suffering from nervous proitrntlon. I procured a bottle of Ayer'is Sursaparillu, aud lscforo I had taken half of it my usual health vpHMHISiiiHmQfVMsflP ij ssssssjssAiajajajajb WALL PAPER and J' U irtlM IT U AH COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. B Ik. jt KAxtSAsT 9m t i Mm sssseassjrfir'r Oros grain is more stylish molro ribbon, its only rival being velvet ribbon. Tho now toques oval crowns this way. now than Iff (ps? STMFQRD PLfiKIKG MILL Doors, IlllndH, Veranda Work, Etc. A. C. SINE. I. KIC OlTic 1 CO. . flit llv king Couh can be so quickly cured We guarantee it. Mcltooerts Stanford; Crow A Co., McKinnc); E. W. Jones, Crab Orchard Nervous Prostration, Flooring, SidluKN. Cclllnj;, FinlNliliiiC Lumber, foultliiiN, Brackets, Scroll Work, FrnmeH, Santi, Superintendent. ) HAY1 have long without brims and in front, with trimmed full ft PALI, y voivei,wingsi birds or smal1 srii about six inches from the barn. Price $1; six bottles, J. Worth 5 bottle. hi2iest market price for it Do nut sell without first seeing Superintendent Putts at the Mill or There Is a lurgo body of bees In tho cupI I lOSIKIt, thr unJcrsicncil board, probably half a buxhcl or more. Pre. Sta nfufd lUller Mills Co They breed tho same un In other hives but never swarm, for tho reason that thoy havo ! ' plenty of room. I have never been troubled ROYAL WrJ?"j W &c k with millers. My bees havo been In tho same cupboard for fourteen years and thov I has M .untai 1. Coal n re nr ., 40S1 k rt McKIV.S'KY. K. I givo us quantities of honey for family uso t and Timber 1. 3 lids iut I ts I' 'l at a harisain I have a slur, furniture and uu and for friends. Tho sweets can not bo ilertaklliK, or linnrr. rttMishment lmrl.lr' I'or l)ru(s, Mrilirtnrs, the tarnout Ssrup ul l'li;s taken out until frosty mornings. 1 never ' f r I'u'ai, I I'tirse arc ij irikrr utiurma and tu cet sour prescriptions ptoinptls ainl cur uso nny boxes, as the shelves are used by V Ml IC!K L m.itmn, write t redly- ruled at all hours, anj to i;rt sour Staple Itatuuurvillc, Kf the bees for the honey I prefer this methjl tltoceru-s- , line I icars, I'mlrt Articles, Ac , K" " U II.I.I AM.S od to all others because I can not spend my l.osas.Co,.McKimie Ilr J will altind to cxinlru,' ilcpartmcM, jl attend to tlmo as a and by this system ' the ssants ol the sirs, niht or ilisr. in limn or get u good supply of tho sweets with no ' cciimir) j trouble No horns blow in haying time to 25 call mo homo to hlvo tho bees. Iu cold weather there U no troublo except that tho Two miles South ol stinforj on Neal Creek STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE bees nro sometimes tempted to fly on warm Ail.lnss mc at Carlisle, K W.LHAIO days. They should bo shut in until tho si NiOKtl, K excellence. Tho weather Is warm enough for them to leavo favorite color for S.VI.K. without becoming chilled. the coming seaPerhaps for tho honej loving farmer's J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDENT, son especially in On aiisimt of bjlhcslth. I ofer for sate nil family who do uot caro to trouble with bees j farm cant lining tti acres Urmlnif land, .sell im- tho grayish t.. and yet wish enough of tho delicacy for . ti.n'n-- r land near t) ......I 70 acre shades of lichen, 11. r, t.Mt particulars ailJrcss homo use, this is tho most simplo und prcf- - I I'jghlftntli )ar hst;ms reseda, rush and M Knine) , Lincoln louisly, K SI tf erablo way of getting iu When honey is l cedar green. desired in warn weather tho bees can bo J 3, To compensato rendered temporarily stupid with smoke. I SAI.1C. Tor the plainness caro being taken, of course, not to smoke of skirts tho Carcfulls selsited cmp of toirl.e'- - T r::ili them too much nor set tho barn atlrc. ino acres on the Somerset and Crab O .ri.li.ird waist will bo as Oiod discipline llest 'iw'i ds This powder neeer varies, mars el ot purity ' road halfw.1) between the two places Welt of instruction . Send fur tirculsr 44 elaborate, if not strength and ssholesomencss Honr to l'ack Applet. More economical If."1 water at end ul r.h Itall c carsM and jn ntj outlet tor cattlr, 1oj than the ordinary kinds, and cannct be snld in acres In grass A more so, than Country shippers and packers of apples competition with the multitude of low test, shcrt and sheep V ii WAI.I.ACK. ever. New passhould inako It a point to pack their fruit weight alum or phosphite post ders Sold only; in Oahnc) K sementeries, emhonestly; that Ls, havo the fruit run allko cans KotA! HaklNt. Pontic Co., CRABORCHARDSPRINGS broider i os and Wall Street, New York i all through tho barrel. Do not endeavor to inotal thread cause deception by placing good, sound, ! Ky. laces have been riU. MANTLB HACK AXD largo fruit on tho top and bottom of tbo so rnoxT. introduced barrel and (ill in tho inlddlo with a lot of PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINS- that new and effective garnitures may bo gnarly, wormy and decayed fruit. It does OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. expected. uot pay. Tho deception is easily detected Tho cashmere-figureSTAXKORU, K borders aro by far upon investigation, and merchants do not the handsomest of tho bordered costumes care to have fraud practised upon them. T3iVeir. .nn't"" '" r"m nxcl,,, ,a To Waahlncfton, imported this fall. Tlieso can bo had in ncltherdothoycarotopract.ee it oa thek I Richmond nnd Fine llr.iss and Siring Hand ill Attendance from July 1st to September 1st Kates Kreatl) reduced grave or gay patterns, somo of the sitatrstTtiitsa either Old Point Comfort. Si per diy and Siaper wivVand upward grays with a suggestion of porcelain bluo and Full rexulatiou-slzcbarrels should bo THOMAS NKWM AN, Manvger, Indian red aro wonderfully rich and quiet. used. Tako tho barrel, ono head out, nail JAS C KINC, Itesident Sgpt , Plain materials huvo borders of plaid, or tbo hoops, and break off tho ends of tho II KUMlSsTON, ClerV I Ml many colored silk stripes, whilo fine striped nails at the Insido; placo n layer or tier i m AfTnPAu Loulsvilo nnd Cincilnnatlv goods have a border of plain along one sal- of apples, fair, smooth and bright, as closely I ' us possible, stems downward, on tho lower . vage. Conncctiont.dircct (ot atl ponit in the THIS prcparation.without HM n litl, ' Ml VU9RVV ") sus.ll Bordered costumes also come In tho silk lnH thrift MU tin n Vinalfat til of tS ttmn injiiry.removrs Frock- - WEST NORTH - WEST ANdI hi owing out small, wormy, gnurly and importations. Dull rich cashmero patterns coua iea. Livar-MoloPim SOUTH-WES- T aro the best and most expensive, though windfall apples, und thalting Wis barrtl vxll ples, Black-Hoad- a, Sunburn and . aftor eiich deposit until It ls full two inches nhexearo somo flower patterns that aro in Tan. A few applications will render the o. 4. "So Y good taste. Blouso vests aro u pretty feat- above the rim; place tho head squarely on most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth lover-pres- s and) iNKrritcTNos 13, '8; Daily ure of fall gowns. A nnvy-blu- e wool dress tho apples, und with a sorow or l Dally white. Viola is a paint or K.i. Sun has sacquo fronts and u lino plaited blouse forco it into placo and nail securely. Turn powder to cover Cream a not I.oiussille 7 no p m 6 50 a vest and rovers of red India silk Folds of ovor the barrel and mark(namo of applo With i It is superior to delects, but remedy to cure I.ve l.esinjton. and a the silk and a long buckle form a pointed rcu or oiacK ieu, or 6iencu. near in mtruj 13 guaranteed to all oilier preparations,(Imp; Arr White Sulphur Springs 10 3) p m it jo a m " j 10 give satisfaction. At that, to bo shipped safely, fruit must bo ' Chtrlottssille V.MJunit belt in front. 5 10 p m 11 40 p m ' or nalled for 50 r I'reparcd by " Richmond.. p m J 50 l "I 9 A promenade costumo s mado of checkered packedffsif, to provent rattling or brulslncr. i B'ts d1 ,irTrsrsrsrsTSvT-;rs-s- rrnt. Ar ?m srf"s m In shipping apples the first of the season " Newport Ness-iu ) a in o 33 English tweed plaited skirt and a tunia INO M. MtRKINf 11 co a m " Old l'oint Comfort TOLEDO, OUIO. K.S M.SMT1N. 7 on p m early varieties shippers should seo that raped in plaits. Double-breaste- d bodice IInodiiesii, KMs, iS9;. a m 7 40 p m " Norfolk ii 40 are cut sido of and coat sleeves. Tbo diaphanous quality openings in both on thoto admit tbo barrels For Sale nt McKoberts 8: Stagg's, Stanford, Ky " Washington 9 40 p m S Vj p m and also Albright A Martin beg to inform their man) ends, 11 a j p m 11 of " lliltimore . . .. . 5 p in of ball und reception dresses will bo pre- culation of air, which will greatly frco cir' Philadelphia j co a 3 no a m friends and customers of the change in lirm name help to served this season with tho addition lot 6 Vo a ml 6 o a m to I " New York filngcs and long trailing sprays of flowers. bring apples through la good condition dur-- 1 "" MARTIN & PERKINS. warm weather. For young ladles the palest shades of green Lexington Disision Trims run by Central ti me with maiden hair trimmings is tho newest I'alstco Curs for liens . Main Line Trains east of Huntington run by Kast The new firm hopes not only to sustain the repu-er- n LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. thing, also the clear pale shade of yellow-brow- n time, s Inch is one hour faster than Central tatinu of thenld, hut intends to make many One of tho latest improvements In tho ptdvemcnlsin the manufacture of tobacco sshich as canary ombroidoried in gold transportation of poultry is a patent palace ADDI'llONAL TRAINS No. 11. daily ex-- svill Le to the interest of our customers. We will thread. Black tullo cmbroldored with cop- car on tho Lackawanna railroad, designed Sunday, lease Ohve U1II4 4j a m; Ml Sler-- i devote special attention tc our Natural Leal cept per is effective for a married lady. for tho conveyance of llvo fowl. According THE LARGEST AND FINEST l:ng 7 00 am, arts e Lexington 835 a m; arris e at hr.inds of Kentucky's best leaf. 'I hankinz vou 1.1 forpast favors and asking fur a continuation 01 iiiiuvici ii j)a in lincinnaudaily ,1 except Sunday, leave A charming gown, just unpacked from to tho Hallway Newt, the car is two feet Cincinnati sour trade,' we remain. No u, Kcsoectfullv yours. HOTEL IN THE CITY. Paris, has an accordian skirt of tan colored highor thun tho ordinary froight car, cona.a....lB .V .... A. .&.. At K I irs loop m: Lexington SJ5 l in; arris e Ml Sterling l'f,RM.J crape. No drapary, but a long Directolra tains UU compartments, oach ono four feet 713 pm; Olive llii9 lop in No. j, daily, lease Clifton Forge at 7 ro a m; coat of bluo square, in u beries of eight decks, with un ij 30 brocade. alslo running through it crosswise and an- rates s2.50 to $4 per day. accord Charleston II 17 Dp min; arrive Ashland 5 40 p m, Cnlnmbus Tho waist- other ono lengthwise. Tho capacity of tho No. 6, daily leas e Ashland 7 10 a m; arrive at wlf.AsSssXSa inc to rooms; Charleston n nam; Clifton forge 7 36 p ni coat of fine car is from 3,500 to 4,000 fowls, according to Pullman Sleeping Cars 011 atl through trains pi a i t o d tho season of tho year. By tv system of drop Old Dominion Sieamshins leave Norlork on Mon crape, and decks the fowls aro loaded and unloaded at TUKKISHA- - RUSSIAN I1ATIIS IN HOTEL, i dap, Tuesday, Wednesday, Ihursdayaud Salur folds across tho bottom of tho car, tho sides of which day at 6 30 p m for New ork. ror liocts, Kates, iniormauon, cic, apply to to defino tho aro ot stong wiro netting, In which aro tho office or address waist In a doors to the several compartments. On tho Stable, Icket WICKHAM, KUI.I.KR,. II. V C ivery, &eed and (Salt? (Jen'l Pass ,g Receiver long point. top of tho cur in tho center Is a water tank largo enough to supply a full load on a jourenamelled ney of 9,000 miles. Each compartment is blue buttons supplied on tbrco sides with abundant food de down both and water, by a system of troughs and hoso that Is easily worked on the inside, no mat-tfronts, and HUSTONVILLE, KY. how great a speed the train may be godeep ruffles ing at Too food is carried in a box or tank An' mill In the business and reads' to do any of tan lace a)"toBISVIl.MlwAlsUlT CHIM68 T(q thing 111 the Undertaking Imp. We base a full falling' over beneath tho car. m slock of Cases and Caskets of nil kinds and Robes the collar of every description Our hearse, sshich is nearly The- Benefits of Cold Watar. new can be obtained on short notice. Mr, J. H. and sleeves, W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. The Prohibition speakor had occupied a (Jrccn has charge of our business and will show A great half hour while waiting tor the principal our goods tn any one needing unythinK in our LONDON, KY., Leaving lloth many green orator ot the ovening, and had f line closed uodegloves long sentence with: "But the reasons a lor hire I onGood turnouts and saddle horses always conven- LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI will be worn have given you aro but a few of those reasonable terms. London Is the most ! railroad this season. could bo given to show the benoflts ot that ient point on the section ofto reach places toin the Dally, Secures to Traselers, cold in the mountain the Slate. The heavy water," when a telegram waa put into his OF LINCOLN COUNTY. THE tltohing hand. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE TOHaving CITIZENS has been "Ladies and gentlemen," he said, after recently equipped a fine Roller Mill in ovo r d o n e, reading tho telegram, " regret to Ever attempted between the great commercial the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to I have to aud now tho announce that Mr. Thumper, who was to adcities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hence equal In quality of flour, we think the cltiicns ol 10 the fastest lime and most comfortable trains be- the county should have county pride enough inSTANFORD, KY., boat man- dress you is detained eleven tween all points In the South, or to the West and patronise and sustain the same. We wish to we are in the ufacturers miles east of hero by a wash-out,- " Northwest. The counterpart of thii train on all form whom it may concern that Judy. coat-slrev- feathers. n vt. collars and Uircctolre rovers, turn-ove- r jokes of velvet aro features of autumn mantles. For traveling tho most comfortable aro the Normandy cloaks of dark Henrietta. The front laps with a velvet revcra e and cashmero border. There is n with a velvet cuff and long open sleeves above, also trimmed with cashmero galloon. Dlrectoirc rcdingotes, with tho skirt portion cut away slightly at tho waist to show a stitch beneath, are to bo extensively worn. mantles uro mado of skill-entinnd fancy cloths, velvet, with invisible stripes and checks. Tho model shown hero is of beige lady's cloth, braided and beaded with bronze. Plain ungored skirts uro now shirred or smocked ou to a short pointed waist. Tho "bottom is trimmed with braiding, bias bands of velvet or ribbon and n sash folded over tho hips and looped 'at the side. Oreea Is par Half-season face-clot- panaeheiot Sleepless nights made miserable by that terrible cough Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for )ou Mcltobeits &. Stigg, Stanford; Cross & Co , Ml HKK CLT1IOAHI). glass and the other a wooden door shutting Kinney; K.W.Jones Crab Orchard Catarrh Cured, health and seet breath secured into it and oxcludtng all the light. Tho two fasten together with a clasp-stapl- e and lock by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price jj cents Nasand key. Tho cupboard or hlvo stands in al Injector free McKoberls & Stagg, Stanlord; McKlnney,- - K. W Jones Crab Orch tho chamber of my horso barn with a spout Crow running from its bottom part through a ard. Will you sutler with D)spepsiaand laser Com apaco mado for tbopurposo about six inches o wide. Where tho bees enter from tho plaint? Shiloh's Vitahier Is guaranteed to cure the chute should bo much smaller than you McKnberts .V Stagg, Stanford; Craw A: Co nearer tho cupboard, with tho top board McKlnney, K s Jones, Crab Orchard s of an inch shorter than tho bottom, so that tho bees can alight before out-sidthree-fourth- 1 117 KKMAN, dort attos-t SURC.KO.V SrAMruKD, DKM'lhT. KixriLkv, r w. meti sir METOALF fc HAYS, south tlsle Moin, two returned." I Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Dr. To the Farmers of Garrard Counties- - Depot St, ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. IIAKIIOUKVII I Kand PINKVII.LE, K Lincoln and Will practice In ans rourl In Kaitcrn Kentucky Ktaminalions of land titles msde a specialty Any sire trstts of Umber, coal and mineral lands f r sale. Informstion liirmshed on any point and Or respondents solicited. iJSi tf entering tho cupboard. Tho spout extends J. C. Ayer ritErjutKo nr & Co., Lowell, Mats. T h Stanford KiJIet Mills Companv wants sour of iMS, and whole wheat in (.ash the cTXTenedictITo Well Drillers Writ, drilled factor) prK.cs. Mountain 3Lsnds ."-- & Pump Adjusters, KY XjOITJD 00. STAMORH, I u order aliJ Pumps lurHlthnt t To the Farmers of West Lincoln, Casey and Elsewhere. Ilanitt: tws authorized bj Mr C V VanArs dale, piopnelor of II isii,nsl:le Keller Mills, as h s sgeni for the purju.c ..( sslitat ill this set Inn of eountrs.l sail sv.th .fi Int.. c .n my old and tntd lnnids of the tartninc p it In tu see me before (aging Ibeirslvps rlscsehere, llsslrsj leli 1 the trade alwuf trnty rrs. asu fsnu'iar .t tliebsjsiix-s- s I warrauieii, ihrrt lire, in thi de. Urali.ti that I will able In liciliisic iNe the a)ntKe tif all iran.ur ot )mr crup. . J II tiRKliS r, FOK, SALE. House and Aeres Iaud FARM FOR I.. f 1 f.-- e I '""1 ; POWDER , lcbaiicii IMaiiiii; Mill. 1871. 1080. , Absolutely Pure. LAND FOR Monday, September '88 J 5J-t- f A. S. PHICE, Chesapeake & Ohio Crab Orelinrd, A Or FLTT.Pr spuria I KIIANOV, KV SURGEON '' DENTIST, Doors, Sssh, llllnds, frames. Casing. Hue Moid ines Mantles llraclett, f mites Sisirs, Newels, d ca?-0?),- EAST llalusieis, Vtranda. Honls, Shclsin, Counters, Hoyn il-- s,di ig, bbingles. Laths, Rough and Dressed Lumber Send for puces befits bu) ing eixiwhcre. stc I d nasuBQSH TIllTtini B. to WEST THAT FIGHT C. H. Simmons, ht I.ouls, Prop'r M. A. Simmons Liter Medicine, Kst' J If1?) '?. ,hf. U Court PiriATt J. II. Zellln, I'rop'r A. Q.SImmons Llv. r Itreulator, Ksfd by Zellln i8uj, M. A. S. L. M, hat for 47 year cured iNDioasTloN. Diliol'.i;..s. DtsrBrsiA,5ic HtADACiii.Losr ArriTira, boun &tomacu. Ktc. Iter. T II. Iteami, Pastor..if. ... K. hurS. Aa ." svnies:- -! ;u I should V thins. have been dead but or jour ucnulne .M. A. Sim. r s,... mors Liver Medlelna. IsJtldM sometimes had to tubstitute I "Zeilln's stull'Sfn. .n.,. SI. 11 I lCyni$l clnt ,m5.- " doo' suxwer the I purpose. iXOfUl D'.J- - K. Oraree, Kdltof Tit IHJfliit, Memphis, Tenn. ssys: received a naekaim nf Medicine, and have used half of It. It workslike a charm. I want no hetter Liver Ileeutator and cer. taioly no more of Zcilio'i mutute. The Original Wins. " ' m UsV4 V sXjSVi (SiZ CHEW L.'. "nii liTOBACCONET. O. s ls e, n.iii... 111 I .THE GALT HOUSE, I . 1 BjfflBH8lfPfS e ANTEH' CHICKEN Cholera Cure I s a. j i Large J. T. STTTTOIT CO Ui. JBWWKjjw or - mmm mm m "'"sik'SsaSsisssW.. moMKNAUE ml mm uow.mj. A NEW FAST MAIL & Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Choi-erIt is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery oi a remedy tta positively cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial, bottle is enough foi one hundred chickens. It is guar, anteed. If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. 64-t- NOTICE MY1EMS HOTEJL, are return- Stranger You seem sad, sir. Young Gentleman Ah, sir, ah. 'Twos itjw of scly color for walking and day wear, while the evening gloves allow just n yeah ago that Lufra died. Stranger (tenderly) Was Lufra yoursls-te- r, rather more elaboration. A pretty fall slrf house dress is mado of that shado of gray Young Gentleman No, seh; Lufra was a Bengaline known as rU,lmnV brtalh, with fifteen or twenty ovcrluppiug rows o' little dogPuck. one ing to the old stvle of simple A Hsvl Anniversary. (to Young Gentleman) E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. well-kno- trunk lines Is denominated The Limited Express. The superb rolling stock we employ gives patrons Unlimited Comfort. sTAt all Coupon Ticket Offices in the South Hotel still maintains This old and you will find our time tables and tickets. Say Its high reputation, and its Proprietor it determin. get Monon and stick to Monon, II you want ed that It shall be second to no country Hotel in to save money and have a pleasant journey. K.O. McCORMICK, the State In Its Fare, Appointments, or Alien-lio- n (Seneral Passenger Agent, Chicago. and to his Ouests. Iiajgage conveyed t City ticket Agents and umcers: v.. n. IIVCKMK, lij 4th Ave., Louisville, Ky from depot free of charge" Special accommodaI. M.TOKRKNCS, II) Vime it., uincinnau, wnto tions to Commercial Travelers. Mo-no- market 10 buy your wheat and corn and will always give the highest market price for same. We have added some new machinery to our corn meal department and can now make meal to suit any person. It cannot be equalled by any other mill in this vicinity We solicit a trial In our flour and meal departmeul. All having grain in our line for sale will please call at the Mill, where our azenl will be found at all times, who will give Ih shipitutr a Iwavs best prices for same, llran and w sj iinTTC ' in stock.-- . Supt. Stanford Holler Mill do 331 tf. a 50-cen- two-third- s For sale by McRoberts A Slsgg, Stanford. i J '- 3L- -J Ldf. !'