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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888100901 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. 1 well-ke- Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9. d888. NO. 69. -' ' ' GOD '"V ( ut in tlii faniiH coiintrv iiiv ELSE and ovcrv nlgu of piogresnivu we.iltli. IS L0Y The generous floll him repaid tl.o toil exon , 1111,1 tin. tiller of tlit- null. Tine iiOiiu, lire proHpvro.11, cxeecdlnglv. You w ill . limit.... If 1.. ...I... ...v uumiwim, iiiv 1:1 huh- " .rntinl'l. 1, II.'I.V ftlons v, i.iw iiii ruw.M ui.umii.w. tlintlnnrk u KU'iulyiulvniifc. There, is the "little old log cabin in the lain'," where the sturdy puttier of "() ycnis ago Hhook VI1.1.K, Im., Skit. lfl, 1WN. N'ear It Is the inodent frame cot-neforedlMiiMngthc I'll that .superncdod it, when the in in- - tf-Dayton meeting, to give place to its warranted the outlay. Then the I'vitalile HiiiiMfwor. 1 ntn lumpy to more pretention) fiont knowledge the courtesy of the Timet Ifu "fourth edition" is called for daily evening of wealth or the ht which gave up tegular notices of hy the pride utono manpton Ktnnding, Im rears ltn It Ih ii hreexy, lino hrick or the klntlent character. journal; cleanly print inwliig proportions ti tell the ptory.,Jtut newsy, in thlp HooHieV State i notice tin! old ed; well edltea aim ciaims me mini It imiunngs are utilized, not pulled down of the I in. daihcp. circulation of any ip republican jieniuuBion, which of uml cleared away, at so often with up. ofcourpo commendp it to pome, con- - And I rather like it, even wlien it man It is well to keep .li.imiH it with others. I have only to the landscape a little. Us unvarying klml- - In inumory the "hole of tho pit whence record with thank, new to the Troupe. As a general tiling wp are tliggwl;' and the humble, cubit), the secular press lm, thus far, In most where the children were born; that wit placed, treated In fairly. Only religious nesscd the Htrulcp of earlier, honest (M newspapers, or secular ones like the poverty; and, mayhap, where the happi,N V. Sun, have done us injustice. Ap est hours of life wen- spent, should be n matter of fact, the most virulent as- religiously preserved as a sacred memensaults have been delivered ill the Name to of the uuforKOtten past, Only rich folks, generally, try to for Ah, me! how many in all of the putlered from the sectarian P't that they once were pour, and thus iikci have deil- - Voariiitf, reiullnj:, devouring -- as, proclaim uiempelvc genuine ;rrrniiw; dothed in tlie raluient of an "lintel of while upnart airs that usually accoiupa- lij;ht," and taking the hallowed Name tf ny recently aciiiircl wealth, too surely .leMis as his warrant. he iHTsccuteil, with- - proclaim to others that they are not "to ... .Iill'.. " I. lit nnw.i.lf ".,..(!.... .. ii iiiii iiiiiniv .1 tun I... 1......Ii in 111111:1 !. tin. tmmtli.r twin. in nil' i'uui v uiiii iiiiiiiiil' on style" jmt because thev have a little oninion from him' Sharp are the gush.; .w....ri.r ing. laws; relentless and unsparing ti... inon j. .iml. mi ..vt.il.iii.... ...i..f..i to angels and men. gleaming teetliofthisro.iringlion.asthey ........ i.. il... ....iv..rinL. l.irerutcd llesh. Therefoie. I like the nresened m- .them, once and moriaN of humble life, that Hoosierdom, Surely, we have felt ail pee it around llrookville, reserves again going through and through. lur dear Dayton entertaineni uiiined from the destroyer fimhioii even if the ; and out true blue to the lust. I cannot re- log cabin n utilili.ed ma clean-cu- t generosity than the other domiciles become convenient tall any more to the stately mansion of that wo experienced in the "Pink Cot- days. When 'of our Itro. Ijiv. He saw hi ..tothe more tlouiiihing .... . 11... Z.....we forget .....I n .It Hl'l ... U 1..... It It i tl '. "i.nt., tm-- hi uif jiiv?i Kill I vx- IHIV " Win hint H)I1 II Nil II IH ll KIIHl bless hhii altatiom of Heaven, we shall deserve to .,ur tickets to llrookville. V .... ' f . hereafter! 'l'1 .B0,,,el1 Cl,y "S we snobs, unlit to reside in its sacred pro- U e mi-the "bibiluns" sorely; as !....., . ..111. lllHr III. IH. IIO CXlH'CtCtl WO Slioillil. The "Moved nhvsici.in's" S.initaruin .MaMer will send us another baby stsin, '..' . to make up her loss; and enough freico-In- is an impoMiig stiitcture, built in the to Itro. Ijiv to replenWi the chann inidilleofaHiinreand just on the out-- ! maile by the stay of the skirts of the beautiful town. Here he in his Troupe for two weeks, under his hospi- skillfully and puioepsfiilly treats those awful chronic diseases, with which Satan table roof. to Mrookvilh1 atllictsour wretched hiiinanitv such as The run from Cincinnati I Jright s disease, consuinp-lie- s i is only t'-- Milles. For IT out the truck cancer, along tho bank of tho "Nolle lliviere" tion in early stages ami others one sliud-anHe is a regular almost that entire distance is lined dels to put on paper hut makes these chronic horrors where Cincinnatians M. with pretty villa, ivside, in the country air, free from coal " specialty; and he certainly has elicited smoke and clatter. The continuous out- - j pome inarvvlloin cures, with special across the river, ui the Kentucky edies, known only to himself. He will nhore, ii very pleasing. The banks rise, not attempt what he deems an incurable into undulating hilli on either side, with j cme, hut honestly disunites it, in such, Mindless opulence of building sites. At however much money might be made by Harrison wo strike up, in a northwest-- j retaining it. Above all, ho is a fervent erly course, the valley of the Whitewater christian, who takes his patients "to the aw in prayer," ami has little river, making llrookville on this "achours. The deuce in remedies, apart from Ood's in about . I: i l.l ,:.. .muII nouvr. whik regular morning express noes !....... mfi, doc'ors "may their tribe W.- landed after dark, to tind our physician," good Dr. stxldanl, in increase" are what is needed in the department; a.s "Docwaiting. Wif and I drove up to the medicine-healin"Indiana Sanitarium" in the doctor's tors of Divinity," who know and preach buggy, piloted by a "small boy," while ChmI's i.o k, and Nothing Klse, are the do tor and the "girls" followed on foot. crying want of the Church of the Living Dear Sister Stoddard had supper ready Cod. I feel that I am conferring a boon upfor in, and a cup of fragrant, hot coffee on the suffering by telling them of this dust. soon banished fatigue anil Wo have had time to "view tho pros-p- dear doctor and his mission of love and ridge And on this t o'er" pinco that Tuesday night of healing. nrrnal, and I jot down, as usual, im- where malaria is almost unknown; in pressions to date. Perhaps "surprises" the pure, bracing air of this favored rewould more accurately describe the Mate gion, the invalid has opportunities of rec ( mind. For llrookville n a genuine as- gaining health unknown in less favored tonishment. I had no idea of the beauty localities. Tlie expense of hoard and will add, me on the most One treatment, of its locality and environment!). must see them to appreciate the charm reasonable scale, compatible with- - suita ofy.w lovely surroundings. Ihe cast ble caio ami comfortable surroundings, anl west forks of the Whitewater river llrookville is rather looking up in tlie meet a little below the town; and on the mill line also. A large furniture factory; s merchant grist mill; a paper commanding r'''K-'- i hctween these pretty a meandering in grace- ditto; ami a "pulp" grinder, are the expebbly little riven, ful curves, the clean, well built town of ternal evidences of a spirit of enterprise that may, if it grows apace, at some l',.r00 population is built. day, transform this quiet village inAcross the river on cither side, bilalmost complete am- to a large manufacturing centre. Tho lowy hills fom an phitheatre; only in one narrow place in paper on which tho Cincinnati Kwiuirer the N. W. of the circle, giving promise is printed is furnished by the llrookville of an outlet. The forki) How at the bot- paper mill. Tho pulp factory was a novtom of deep, gravelly gorgci over illim- elty to us, and wc inspected it minutely The wood of tho once almost itable cobble stones, that inako tho rippling inurmer in water we all love to worthless cottonwood tree hnsbcen found qualities that hear. No sullen gliding between banks to possess mud bottom!, suggestive of have run up the price of it to $7 a cord, of mud, over piiakes and suicide; hut the glad laugh- and will, perhaps, enhance its value to a ter of dancing wavelets, hurrying off on still higher figure. It is pawed in blocks a foot long; these are carefully divested the "light fantastic" to a meeting further down. Hridges span of the sap wood, which contains a gum, the swift waters in long h retches, that injurious to tho after process; and then, tell how these innocent looking rivulets split up into slabs of n few inches in become roarjng, dangerous torrents in thickness, are fed to a revolving grindwhen their now stone, rotating perpendicularly, and not tho gushing spring-tide- , tributaries are "up" and boom- in pairs, horizontally, as in grinding ing, and they themsulvcs are on a mad grain. This stono is "burred" in a pelampage. culiar way, and tho device for feeding Kxcellent gravel turnpikes radiate in gives it the appearance of a huh surevery direction from the town, giving no rounded by great spokes. One stone ond of drives; with oxtpiisito views, va- can in LM hours convert nearly J a cord rying with tho changing standpoints; of wood into lino pulp, that, in water, looks like milk whey, us it is "run olP' hut all looking down upon tho town, like a control gem in its to tho round, revolving metnl solve, that setting of surrounding hills; and tho glit- collects it; letting the clear water distering flash of tho rippling rivers on their charge itself, after depositing its treaswinding way to meet each other, and ures on the disc of the strainer. A wool like blending, kindred heuits, hereafter en blanket, pressing without rubbing or totlow, in harmony, together, in one friction, takes up the pulp from the face channel, instead of two. JESD MOTHISe irtviaj I i..w. I I . 1 ' oi-- 1 tuo-Ptor- y aildi-tlo- Mar-Cinci- nnati new-sp- wide-awak- e of-t- he f i of tin nelve, us fu.it 111 deposited, whence, passing between roller., to expel tin-- ' greater portion of tin-- iiioUtiirc,undcoii.-- ' pact tin- - td.cet of pulp, it is delivered in corrug tt.-i- l Mrips, white, clean iin.l roa.lv . unllnl.tn I ,,ilv rmru .mil. .11 ................. n. - ,..,...... ...l ...,..-- , for the manufacture of printing paper. It in Hunt to tin- - paper mill, which ii lo- catcd a few hundred yards dun u the mil, that furnisher hydraulic power for all the factories, in law cinks, where the later procespes are carried on. Iloth mills are under fiiu'imiiiiigciui'iit; 'i wood pulp and J rays is the ordinary mix, 1 am told. The buckeye tree produce n g wood, and is used fair also to pome extent; but the cottonwood .... ,liiviiriii-- , uiiij, iihiidii uuiim ..... i, is nil? uir ,..,..., .. linn ! !...i.. llliilioi'lHini n iiimu ill .1.8 iiiiimu- - ...iniiur will per- try. I tenders of the haps pcrutlni7.o its paper material, after reading this, with some languid curiosi ty to see how cottonwood can be . paper-producin- LANCASTER.GARRAF.DCOUNTY. ' ,u' tlK inilll "tcrcoptiemi lectures to be delivered ill 't.frllu- beginning - of tin-penil- lmlial, l','m,,' IIIC .Mil : m'1'" I" III.' LHII HIM. ,l"' II. V. Sanderi, Hank examiner, was here lait week looking into the n Hairs of our two Rinks. He found them both pound and in a nourishing condition. K. I. Iliiho!, our noted turfman, who has been in the circuit for several weeks, Hpent a day or two at home lapt week. Kd is looking well and Inn been Very Pticccpifiil. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ! ! ,.,,. On account of the large number of ......... .i : .. 11 '" " i for more room, and the trustees i it ....!! "l ""' l ,,"",i "mw; . . 1 "re . """" . ...... ..i.r.. ill IT iiiiildinuuii addition to their alread I imiM kt rn.il I. r. JiTO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN ''"":llMliWI VIII trans-niorillc- (l into printing paper. - Iiti. .'. ! ( -' corn-crib- ..... .... il I 1 I,,.?1 I E 1 g jXK-k- d I !. rein-loo- k j Wo preach in the Town Hall, a beautiful room, for which we pay i2 a night, hy special generous arrangement. This hartllv pavp for gas, and the tires necessitated by the recent cold snap; but the good town marshal kind Ilro. I'oiey takes the greatest interest in us; shows every attention; and is as assiduous us if he were making lots of money out of the Troupe, instcadof doing almost gratuitous service. I have not found so great HUSTONVILLE. mislcration in hall charges, no. not in Kentucky; nor in any other place outWe are still waiting and hoping for side of this State of Indiana. Whatever a favorable turn in the cases of our young liir Mlinrtrnmimw. tins nf i.Ynrliifniit liiill mill it iw.f i.l.i. nf tin. In 'PI... .llifririi. irtCUlIS WllO IlllVe been so long i irimii ku in uhwitii'i tions are fair, ihe political fever is run- - ghng with diseases. J.H.looki.i tliougl.t high; teinperatuio (juite abnormal, to be out of danger. (Jivens Kennedv is t,lt, 0trllrn.n. of torchlight procepsiom; speeches bv opposing can-- 1 "'7 ',. Il".c with etlect. I he case of .Miss U eather- ilruininltig nnd' filing mf itftiort: IIdntes: and the special stir that is moving this ford is not promising. The report from hotly contested State in every fibre of its little Miss Carpenter is favorable and body 'politic are not conducive to tliu lliiM.H ww elltortiiit..il of her recoverv. hcalthv growth of the religious element1,. in our natures. Our congtegationi are Sunday gave us pleasant, wholesome excellent, considering; but have not et weather, and we trust the health of the tilled the hall, m we 1iom thev will, 't-- 1 neighborhood will soon be restored. We tentioti verv marked, ami Intsol gisxlbe- - regret to learn that our active post-miing done, in spite of the political deil, tiess is at present mine pick, phi we .. ... ...... ..(..I ol i iirrt-i,i ullll " "Wl nwwnsj iwivmi.i, "ii tiir mi ii till... uini u iiik "' ll'llt f"1" tw llfkl UllfltllUII' IllliWlllUl -S- chool teachers are drawing from 'JO " Mrv him. He won't do it, all same, "bv a large majontv," asath to 40 percent, of their si lanes. I hoy would sav; for the dear Lmi. ii lifting, had better apply at once. I will le- tm a oiiiet "Mandard against him," in he main at home a lew davs for the purpo.-- e r .!.:..! :.. i:iht'U i i n.nL i... ...,......:.!.... VIII .1. . .. "IIIUHi: ., lll.-lll1 IIUIM- - , 1.n,U imi I UllllN Nl'llll' 111 l.u .... ..k m;iklng a good many triends, who will come m person must send tneir trustees Mtii'L-I'm fur ns "ilnif ui m iv tnt n trtille:iti and t'liilorMt tberuou an order ,HKMi footlioM for tlu Tin tii in Indiana. empowering the bearer to sign a receipt for the money. Trustees will please Kver in Jesus Uko. O. Hikxk. ' note that the districts will lie visited in Omnrrwnna Cnr Tha Tnnnhopa' Aenol:i. soon its possible, and that officials will be held to strict account for failures ii lu-ttion, School houses must be attended to To be held at Turnersville on the 'Jiith and 27th of Oct., to begin promptly at 7 a"t once and made comfortable. The law . t. Satur-da- v on this point is very stringent and must i'. m. on the llrst day ami !i be enforced. Let us have good accommorning: i. Welcome address, by Mrs.. I. I'. (Jo- modations and the teachers may then be called upon for otlVtive work. ve r. '2. Itcspouic, by .lr. I). S. Oooch. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ;. Tendeiii-ie- of Times in IMucation, by Mrs. Denny and Prof. Niles. A. Skill in Stimulating Thoughts, by On the 8th of day October we will cstnlilisb tlie cash svstem and will be Miss Maggie Itrowii. .". Is it right for a teacher to agree to enabled thereby to sell goods lower than and see. ttach more than the months for public oversold in Mt. ornon. 't Thompson & McKenzie. money.' Opening address py .Mr. to be discussed by "association . One cf ihe hot in Lincoln Co, in general. $'.l-(K- night. He is lalwring for the Widows' and Orphans' Home in Louisville, mid his address will lie in behalf of that institution. John C. I lagan, a prominent farmer and trader of Madison county, has made an assignment to Win. Cruteher. Intiindebtedness, mated assets, Several thousand dollart) worth of his paper is held in our town. """ liiuilii . "'" hl-a-i ... "".u) i miioiun ig ,,,, ., I have learned that there are rumors out that I don't intend to leave and sell out, but only advertise as a scheme to sell, more goods. While the latter is true so far as selling is concerned, the former is not so. I say emphatically here again that unless something unavoidable should happen, I Kd 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 . ' . f"y .!, ... s- ' 1 i- y. s a Mere Song, - "!e-loe- d liod-feariu- g g ''. The Relations of Patrons to Public School, bv Mr. N. W. Hughes. S. O. DAVIS, '.'. Duties of Trustees Toward Teachers, bv Ilev. Itogle. ATCTl SITRRKON. iPTTVRTnTATtf Hctween I. What is the Difference Leaining? Opened by IMucation and M'l. VEHyOX.K V. Mr. ( t. Teaching Kuglish, by Miss PATIIIPAY MOItXISll. Bogle. U Acre; 50 Acre fruit farm and ) Aero good knob land, Mill lx- - sold Octo. Kt 31 Send lor Mil with complete information II II KIiik. MoreUnd, Ky I mm m Alllllu. i thp thflrfl IS 110 Ot. h fir fl "PP'nTYl fiTI t. TlftP.. cessary. Please be on hand as. early in the morning as possible to avoid the rush , o. lvwav, "Who Can Kdith MoVgan. raves. Tell?" by Miss cr ei well-draine- d Mim Kpitii Mom. an, ) Com. W. T. Nii.es, J JoitPAX (iltWKs. P. S. We hope the patrons and trui- tees will honor us with their presence, as it is bv them espociallv we wish to bo W. F. MiCi.AUV, l'res. iieiiid. Fn.ASKi. $S,(Mit Druj tore. Ortice nett door to Whitehead' Special attention gii en to diteaic. of children 77-- f. SPECIAL CUT IN OVERCOATS AND LADIES' CLOAKS. Fifty cents on the Dollar will buy them and some will be offered at 33 cents on the Dollar, 1-- ! Long-Standi- ng 1 llrst-clas- fu-ti- The court of claims allowed and tlxed the levy nt 'JO cents on the $100. The boast of a surplus by the This nu'illcino Is an Alterative, and lepublicans proves to be a lie. In going Dallas Tuesday causes n radical chniiRo In tho system. to see his sick sister at night II. II. Hrinkley was thrown to thoi Tho process, In somo cases, may not bo ; ground by the overturning of his buggy ipiltn so rapid as in others is but, with certain. tho result and was "seriously hurt on his neck ami persistence, testimonials : breast, causing partial paralysis. Abo Head tlieso years I suffered from a se"For two Sewell, who was with hi.u at the time, my right side, ami had had his arm broken, lloth men lay in vere pain in caused by a torpid liver other troubles the eohl a long tune and Mr. Hrinkley and dyspepsia. Afler giving several now has the pneumonia. Miss itchccca, mi'iiicliies a fair trial without a cure, I daughter of Druggist .1. W. Iliehanlson, ls'gan to take Ayer's Sur.siitmrlllu. I was greatly lenetited by tlie llrst Iwttle, was married to Marshall Simpson on the and after tuklug Hvd lxittles was com;!. Reporter. John W. lleiison, 70 pletely cured." Lawre nee St., Lowell, Mass. Bringing Gladness Last May a large carbuncle broke out To millions, pleasing thoir palates and Tho usual leiueilles hail no 011 my arm. effect and I was conllned to my bed for cleansing thoir systoms, arousing their Liveight weeks. A friend Induced 1110 to try ers, Kidnoys, Stomachs, and Bowols to a Less than tlireo Aver'.s Sarsnparilla. liiittles healed tho sore. In all my expehealthy activity. Such is tho mission of rience with medicine, I nover saw moro tho famous California liquid fruit romedy, ' Blood Diseosos are cured by tho persevering U3e of Ayer's Snrsaparilla. 3 Opp. Myers House, Stanford. 1 Ao Ma FENNY9 :d:ru"q-gkes& t jeweler, DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &0. I'hyslcun prescription accurately compounded. to-da- paper-makin- g Syrup of Figs. For sal by A. K. Penny, Stanford. Syrup of Flgi Is Nature's own truo laxative. It is tb most easily taken, and the most offectivo remedy known to Cleanse tho Systom when Bilious or Coitivo; to dispel Head-acheColds, and Fevers j to Cure Habitual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For salo by A. It. Penny, Stanford. s, niorry-makin- g dry-be- d Electrlo Bitters. Till remedy U hccnmiiiK 1.0 well known and o popular in to need no pccUt mention, All who haveuicd Klcctrlc Hitters lii(; the utile sons of praise, A purer medicine doc not exut and It la guaranteed to do all tli.it ) claimed. Klcctrlc Hitter will cure all dlkeane of the I.lver und will remoic l'lmplct, Holts, Salt Itheuni and other affections caused hy Impure hlood. Will drive Malaria Irom the mitem and prevent a well at cure all Malarial Fever. For cure of Headache, Comtlpatlnn nnd InillKe.tlon try Klcctrlc Hitter. Kntlre natikfactlon gaurantced or money refunded. 1'rlce 50c and $t per bottle u A. It. I'enny'i drugstore. Kid-nc)- i, Another marked effect of the use of this medicine was tho strengthening of my right." Mrs. Carrio Adams, Holly Springs, lexus. "I lmil a lry Brnlv lintnnr for years, and suffered terribly : and, as my broth er nnd sister wero similarly almctod, I presume tlio malady is hereditary. Last winter, Dr. Tyron, (of FernaniUim, Kla.. I recommended me to tako AverV Sarsaparllla, and continue. It for a year. For live mouths J took it dally. I have, not had a blemish upon my body for tho T. K. Wiley, 14U last three months." Chambers St., Now York City. " Last fall and winter I was troubled with a dull, heuvy pain in my sido. I did not notlcu it much at first, but it gradually grow worso until It became almost unbearable. During the latter part of this time, disorders of tho stomach and liver increased my troubles. I began taking Ayer's Sarsapurllla, and, after faithfully continuing tho use of this medicine for somo mouths, tho pain disappeared and I was completely cured." Mrs. Augusta A. Furbush, Haverhill, Mass. Wonderful Results. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Ever brought to thu market. Tricei lower than the loweit. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. paired on short notice and warranted. Mo (Do IrSUFL13T9 Is Receiving His, - MERCHANT TAILOR FALL AND Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mas. Price (1 ; ill bottle, ti. Worth $i boltl PRKPAHKD BT WINTER GOODS. Give him a Trial Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guarantee d, hit iii iirriiTriiiTmMinTci rrrfni "mi ii riiiiiT iimiwurmup greatly enjoyed by the largo number of CHURCH AFFAIRS. Thk minority report on tho tariff bill iadics'in the audience. Whenever Field exin tho Senate gets off thy time-wor- n wants to llnd his uaimest fiieutls heal-- 1 The Harnes Troupe is at William pression, "Language is inadequate to ways comes to I'arkersburg, and thel town, Ky. ofter he comes the better bis friends hero but it docs describe nil the same Elder Stanfohd. Ky , OirrouKii 0, 18P8 tbo inlouitv of the trusts against the resulted in Cobb's meeting at Carlisle has like it, especially when he brings such a I LW additions. .Mercury. West show as the one" given last night. riehta of tlu nconle ami their disastrous J 'Pin. ClirisliiiM linri'h now milks )tli Vu. State .Journal, Oct.- -. IN country. n Illllllb,roli, , h, Ullite, states. effects upon the welfare of the At Walton's Opera House, Sat unlay, ' P. i;itn were nursed into life by tl.epres-- . They Ht.r,lette. the noted bu- . vnl t.XWlW1TC tnnfl and it in the wall be-- 1 mml ,,y n ,v1-l- i, to mi WJ L-- d,. It should always be borne in mind by bin.l which these combinations are n nl i.iU0 Marion, IViin. every voter that the tr.rill is n tax whicli formed and by which the people are( xiK, Woman's Missionary Society of I acrt'S is put upon nearly everything brought plundered. Taiiff keeps out the foreign t,o )aiIV,tl lUs;ri'ct wU uwi ttK. nml hac 400 l.atiiW mnrc Inr Inn, nf atMountain, Ccul Timbvr that will M'b lurKnin I , to this country, t lie effect of which is to competition and the combination sup-- Mt,tl()lUht t.nm., mv Friday night hae;itor romitu rem tor a furniture ntiH till , ilcrtAitiK, harilwtiru or tinucr't rUblnlimcnt increase the price of an article by just presses the domestic and the whole peo-- j1Lu A) art, jnvJt0d. Miss Maggie Thfc.ire ifiMid l"r uilnjn lor furtlicr inform malum, write lu t' W MKICAI.K mm imusi, i" ure m. mcir mt-n--j the amount 01 tne lariu pinceti upon it, pie soorcturv. lUrboiirville, Ky 38 both on the home made as well as the whatever is demanded. Hlainesays these ICllcr- J. Q. Montgomery will preach President jit 1$rflltH .xtsaturday night, and at foreign. The average tux now is Scents' trusts are private affairs. SOLE on the $100 worth of imported goods, Cleveland nays they must be suppressed , .. , ,,,.,.,. sutulnv mornim;. His which oxtm uinniint imnosed adtls to by law. Choose ye between the oracle mi'iitim. til lt Mnrinli luid- ri'hlllli'd in ! . . Uirk't Dfticc of the Lincoln Circuit Cuut. n. i ii. ... me , n(,,m,0IW the prime cost and which the consumer oi .i repuoi.can panj m i w.c i Ottober j. iSRS, t0 Sunday. Sallic IW'IIp lliatt, plaintiff, iigiiinil Jamrs I 1. hi- - t x line finally pays. The Mills bill, which pass- true una tried occupant ot ttie congregational meetThere will be a alt. UeluiUanl Inl.iiultt ed the House after great republican op- House, who will if given the power make ing at the Presbyterian church WednesNi tne i hereby ifUen that the plaintiff, Sallic llelle lliatt, ha tiled in the clrrk'a olHce of position, reduces this excessive tax to an gootl every promise. day evening, 10th, at II o'clock. Tho ob- the Lincoln Court her petition in flinty nmmi the defendant, Jme 11 lliatt, praying the court average of 42 cents on the $100, anil puts to re ject is to consider the question of calling to empower her tnactai a lemc Mile with all the Thk republicans are endeavoring certain necessary articles on tho free list. vive the Maria Halpin story on Prcsi- - a pastor, and all who are interested will rlgM and privileges aulhnriied by Section 6, All I, of Chap. 51 of the (encralStatutcuf Kentucky, The republican Senate, instead of afford- - .!.. rtl I i t t... I lillc, huthand and wife and that tint notice h. tl.ll oy imving t i;r. imu, ...l. c please attentl. .t in., ihn IiKv.r man this slieht relief.f been ordertd by the clerk to be publithed In the Hev. H. A. Dawes was hero Satur Intkniiii ImmNlL. u tirtttium-O .,rtlrt At... ..!.... ........ 1.1,. D"'k (.. ulitn. (! "" uulilitheil al ",a jet-t"'?' day. He will attend the Theological Sls.ilii.il I illfiiln .nunlu t the bill and in its stead present ', '" '" Bffn, lur ''"n8t tm " '1h,1ch Seminary at Ixiuisville this session, but W Ii. Milluk, All y J I', 1IAILLV. Clerk. one that, while it reduces the revenue, ly charged the reverend scoundrel which by this net they admit is too much SIzch. . ing. The Supremu Court of New York will continue to till his regular appoint- for an economically administered govM. D., ments at Sal visa and Junction City. Hewill bo asked to decide a commission to n ernment, nffonls no relief to the Ct ns to cently be closed a meeting at Camden, STANFORD. KY. is issue to examine rover Cleveland people. The principal reduction jiersoird career ami make the testi- Anderson county, with V2 additions, affrom the internal revenue. In other Ilavinc removed to thh place tiotn I.iberlv, to mony a part of the caw. The sole ob- ter spending most of the summer in le- practice hit profctmon, call the attention ol the words, the republicans propose in the pub lie to the fait that lie will be ready at all hours ject in reviving this exploded lie is to vivals. meeting the Christian chun-dar or niht to anvuer callt in town or country. place of cheap necessaries of life, to give ' at Tho Thirty yeara of hit lile were upent in Stanford and divert attention from the tariff issue and and he deems it unnecessary tu peak ol hi ability a will until us free whisky and free tobacco, neither give republicans the chance to resort to continues and utron-agand of which is essential to life, if they are longer if thought advisable. Besides the a phsician peoplelurKeon Ahareufthe itaiked of Manford and vie nity nf the I their favorite methods of t by him of 45 to tho inemliership, the Hut it won't work. accession "" n K.,i., W v ,t Wl, nr.. of great meeting has been productive . :.... IIIVIIIH.-I- I .t .I....... in. ...ii.. .i ! nml alimitil luiftrtriis linrilpii nf I The issues have been made and the can glMMI !III liniWIIIK t. lunnii" i vass must be fought on them. .. '. taxation instead of clothing, sugar, salt, ' er anil healing old differences. Hev. &c. The democrats projiose to reduce I have purchased the lumber yards of Menu. has respited Cornelian George Darsie has endeared himself to 0ov W'earen and I M llruce the tax on tho latter articles to the mini- - for montnSf because his physicians cer- - everybody ami his visit will be a memo- George I at the one purchased of and will open Mr Wearen. a bip yard Ilesides lumber in rough and dressed, I will carry mum, consistent with the relfare of the ti,Jl!(i tint i,is u.nIth noxM be perma- - rable one in many lives. a laree line of window sashes, doors and shinclet. country, and upon this issue they have nuntly atrwtKI Hi,ould he lie forced to laths, posts and the picket fence formerly sold by r S CHOCK KK Mr. Ueareu. DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. gone before the country with a candidate ' rt.mail, In Mt. sterling jail this win- tle whose message has been made the par-- 1 ter Tll;8 Ig the ,injt 8U.p tommi9 u fmai Our morals are improving a little. ty's platform. The suffrages of the peo-- j pmtlonf wllich the p,Vernor at first There are but two prisoners in the work pie are invoked and those who are Intel- - 8Wcnring that he would never give, seems I hase opened a butther simp at Ro aud in house ami none in jail. ligent enough to appreciate the diller-- , ,,.ivjnj, tie wav to issue. Cornelian is Mr. hdnionil Meyer, recently of tins ,(ie rub ic nh a i vmdsf.i ma.ua. fish and oys. ence L'tvveen tne two propositions, aim too tonsil for a jail sentence to bnrt verv t,in,... s urreioHiri "" si cumin o be marrieil Tuewliiv to Miss"" ""f"'r fi anon dr Utrnii; meat to my cus . are not: blinded by party bias, will we , ,That.H anu sKiiiny ,)f M K KLKIN t are sure come out for the cause of the ........ the ' protected money Skxatoh Hkkiiv was elected mayor of l nirlit." neonle Tom Williams, a negro boy, who was Newort with the entire democratic tick power. SAW FOR to the penitentiary for ten years et. In Covington, after a hot contest, sent Alwo nml Htrx'lc TiiKtirand Master of the Knights of the ilemocnitie cimilitlnte for street con about three years ago, for killing George As I desire to leave Kentu. k) I will sell ati;rcat Ijibor, Mr. I'owdeily, has written n let-- 1 inissioner beat his republican opponent Warren, another negro, at Shelby City, horse sacrifice a saw mills has been oaroleil under th'e law paved and lohorse n;iuvs,complete uith ,vi m U boiler i ler to sav that "not oniy uiti .ur. iniiine .,,.--. mu ,)f saw works, 8tniWM int to .,,,. on 3 a,t w inter. It was thought wjoiis hurthotnl, spring wag. , make a bid for his inlluence in 184, but retle(:tion of Mr. CnrIisle on Hnd harness .( )okes nf tattle. ) mules, i horse, tluit lhe sh(X,t," was that the republican managers of Mr. jumj iimuiK luiiuirruuuu, , iinst null coinplc le and my farm of ci ares of Hn,,,,!,,,.... Marks' ni-tnohlandnell tiuiliercd Will .ell pnsatelr Mr. John J. Willi nil ! In llnrrionn mak'i smith. I Mj)v.ixh1, K) f is a very intelligent man and un- cutter, NEWS CONDENSED. offer of n fat of lice to keep the Knights of til recently a citizen of New i ork I ity j Itborotr the back of their aristocratic1 I Il.tlC HI"tCl The street car drivers in Chicaga are and a member of the Tammany democ-candidate." The republicans are in a on a strike. racy. He thinks tho split in ranks will terrible strait, with the sole reliance of j Dr. Williams, the eminent Cincinnanot affect Cleveland's fortunes in the i money and bribes to keep their heads ti occulist,died at Hazelwood, l'a. .... , i.anraster t'tci ippoitiie in conn Mouse bile some may vote for ii.,,, least aUo lt , uto, hkiCk n han I ready for sale above water. It is useless, however, fori' I'hilip I'allcdoui, for the murder of ami others for Grant, all will support W. ' ItAM.SKV fight against the inevitable. his them to Stanford, Ky brother, suffered the death penalty (trover. Cleveland, Thurman and tariir reform at JJridgeport, Mns. i Dmiiitv Mwriir J. M. Hailev brouu'ht are away in the lead and are cantering ,..,.; man,!, The body of the unknown .... , ,M5i..i,..iiai,nr.. ., , iiuiii inn iiuiiiu iiv.ii ...... ..v....",.. s...v..r. . victory. louuii in .Jessamine., nas neen niemiueu j nl apples of the Maiden's Hltish variety. MT. VERNON, KY. Mtfai listening to Nooe's speech about as ting of I. X. Uwyer, of Miami, O. They are fully developed, of delicate tla-- ! Capt. James M. Wilson, a prominent two-thirof which wasdireccted against what is inot lintel Is still maintain- rhisoldand ..It ha... .. a........ .aM.l vor and perfectly ripe, and ..!!...... .. Charges reasonable. Spc the democratic party and in consonance UlliAl.-l- l "I VIU.KJII, ll'll IIUIII WillJII illlll strange, thev are of the second crop this '"S ' teputation ,.,,..... siai aiieriiioii in tne with the republicans, the Harrodsburg was instantly killed, the wheels passing season. Mr. IU.ley says .i n'i.wcom ii. p . is satisfied that his candidacy over his neck. Democrat First-Clas- s. on the trees than when the first crop' Sj. Mt. Vernon, Ky, Mrs. Sarah Crutcher, aged SS, the I is for the express purpose of aiding and ripened early in tins sninnier. abetting Kwell to defeat McCreary if pos- widow of a Kevolutionary sojtlier, died Capt. Jncobi, of Cincinnati, a com-- i sible. Democrats disposed to practical near llardstown. .She had drawn a pen- mercial traveler and a close observer, On account o( b:i I health, I ofer for sale my prohibition, do not allow yotiiselves to sion since lM.'i. ' generally contrives to spend Sunday in farm containing i.p acres Mriumi; land, well im coun- The court of claims of Mercer near lis lor be caught in the trap that republicans, Danville when in this part of Kentucky. nrntcd.uml 70 aires timlxr laud II. ....r nr.,.,-- ,, ... .... .s...... .. ......... j.... ., ......, "- ,c W.LS im. V(;r,tc.rjrty having just re- - particulars addrtxMi Kinney, Lincoln I. KS IKS, masking as piumim.u.ii-H- , If 5 loiint), Ky ; ,,.,.....,,. .(mr of fully set for you. Stick to the old land-- ftUOO, attorney s to ,00 and school supermMWm intendent's to S700, marks. Indiana. lie thinks that part of the A monument to the memory of Jentoo acres 011 the SnmcrM-- t .uid Crab Oorcli.iril kissed by nie Bowman was dedicated at Cavt. Hill, State undoubtedly democratic and says Wiiii.k trying to avoid being freely offer their road half way between the two places Well nf a woman, George Vindle, of Jtaltimore, Louisville, Saturday, Judge li. II.Thomp. that Indiana democrats Half i e.irid and jo Kuod water at end el porch money on how the State will go, hut find acriH in grass. A wid uiltt lor cattle, luis fell down n stairway and was instantly son delivering an eloquent oration. XV (. XX'ALI.ACK, and sheep few takers. f llabncy K killed. The woman must have been Alfred tjuiglcy, who has jut finishYcNer, who bus been in Mr. Henj. rotten-toothe- d perfumed ed n term in tho Frankfort pen for per- with a breath Texas for several years, is in quite feeble with onions and hideous beyond com jury, had both legs shot off .luring tl he;ut,, ut t,ie of ,lis hrolhWt Mr, pare, to have driven the man to such u.ai.( ,,,,,1 i,.ls )L.,. ,iRlwmK ,, pension of LONDON, KENTOOKV, John J. Yeiser. Wm. Silliman started extremity, or the fellow must Have been $72 ,t ,mmth since his incarceration, this morning for it week's journey thro' CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR.' a dainphool. The telegraph fails to en- Aaron Hean, a negro, was killed by Kstell counties. ter into particulars, but the explanation ,, moi, f citizuns near Jasper, Tex. He1 Garrard, Madison and 11.. Knvu i.iiiiui.iiir vi.lliiu' root. hIii'CIi ' Thoroughly Itenovaled and Kefurnished. First must be 111 the one or tho otlier ol the attempted to outrage the voting dniigh- . . , shins and other articles suitable for i,m ,', , , Carts and Spring Wagons, suggestions above. ler 01 .joiiii J.ce, 11 pruiiiiut'iii i.iniier. nl presents. Uev. A. J. Urady returned House. ioj'lf. Mrs. Garnett, of Medina, 0.,hasbeen the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over from the Northwest Saturday night anil L'nuku the idiotic bill passed by the sentenced to be hung in January for last legislature to parole convicts, the held services at the Catholic church in murdering her two imbecile first batch of 1 were turned out Friday, Somerset Sunday. und then burning the house over Mrs. II. G. Sandifer ami children are' THE only one from this section, Tom WilFURKISHER, ., them. liams, of Uoyle. Afterthe great uxpensu visiting friends ill ureensuurg. me Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better Minister Taylor, who was appointed 513 4th St., LoiUBVlUe. and difficulty in getting the courts and by Cleveland to represent this country friends of Col. Iigan MoKee will regret their deseits, at Liberia, says that 'M0,(X)0 colored men to learn that he is not SO Well. Several! ' The fashions of the dy in the Ocnts" Kurniih. grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the juries to give they should certainly suffer the light in the north will vote tho democratic iiipiiiiipi-- of his fainilv Oil Friday Went ing line will always be found in my store. I am trade. Come and see our goods before making your seam selections. the or ,he sentences usually imposed upon them, ticket. to visit him at Oxford, Ohio, where he tvw iiNiuiui ,"anP" inv nvnui You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. 51m. j August. and not be permitted another chance to The dead hotly of Win. Traflbrd was bus been since early in xvith something ill s follow the bent of their natures. 111 Graves county, and John Car- - II. K. Samue )Us Colin and; lk.r,BVt ter being susiiected of the murder, n mob children have returned from a visit to Thk Colonels, Breckinridge and Sx ope, formed to hang him, Oman, two Two but the sheriff got Cincinnati. Mrs. Joe Flaig returned to DiuiiiE Pianos, nnn one Walnut Wardrobes. Dili- - MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. K00111 .Safes, Kwcntion l..s tu ......a :.. t,.:.t . . ......; .silll w.u . , lll IIILUl, III JUllli, .i,.i...,v .i.iilst Mintiay. ins Tabic, one ltont.-Cic- , one larji' Ilcdstead her home in Terra Haute, lnil., accompa- und Wire Springs. I'lllows, lll.inki-- , Cual Oil .. ugh I'l'd, the eailiest date the former can .... Mrs. P. A. Marks, . , of Her mother,far as Cincinnati. Innk and nt.ui) oilier tiling I'nr cish these ur- J. Grant, .,' J11 nied her as the uiterv.il Xuw Yof return to his I111I uta luriraln tides enn be Apply to )wn noi!liiatll(,.forni t Al.r S I'AX'ION Col. bwope has very magnanimously de-- , Qf ,)y . ,2 Stanford . Kv la ,1 uinf.miu in .iviirvrlifni tho .. . (l,mo,rm.y awlInJt .u.n.iiw.1" Also ... ...,.. ks, pillws lll.inl els and thriii aiwd UUI. . UI..KU U.V Myo1 tu 110I)lilll.(, f a mixed ln imtlurtiikes. but his latest triumph is inattresses7 . invention ,11111 luu luiiuij ,1, nocracx, greatest. ins cuiiii... ol operatic min ..'",.;.," ", .. . twtss mu vni iiiiiu un nuui 11 u iii.n j is on 11 A Louisville dispatch saxs the case strcls held the boartts last night at the JwC fine itleas of the proprieties. of Miss Sallie l'. Uowiand again-- t G. I). .cademy of JIusic, delighting and capti- jj&fTgZTg!F!&IS L. Uiwson, James I'. Ma- - vating al.irge audience. Instead of the J(If"" A.nnibSt.xixe, xvhilo delivering,..a wo- 'O0,t , Ky . ...:ii, . ...!K. i. larv .. . pan, ;. lion ,n, John W. Siler, for for 11 nn man's rights sneech in Cincinnati ursi "The Hussars in Camp,01 cimracter, was seiuci ny tnrv arrested and locked up for lunacy. If i'"hiioh in coininand. the tlefendaiits paying SiOrt and giving (ii'(iiLi W.'Kerr colonel arms, snaggled-toothe- d all the old short-haireservants There were ollicers, tents, 1 g women, who howl for women's rights, lu'r n wrt..l.tlui, of good character. undid! the. equipments of the soldiers COMPANY s, lo,m' mw ! W,,,0',I lw,,,,l,r Mt camp. During the scene numerous songs are to be incarcerated, the prisons of the ..,,. liamsburg Ky., ami i bright, pietty girl were sunir, funny things were said and inui-in- iiv svill i.v.. in j of lit years. While there she alleges the comical things done. The scene was a largetl. "The Hoad to the tlefendaiits circulated reports defaming tremendous success.Howe, nil anil Meld While House," bv SiMKMr. Cleveland's inauguration her character and in eoiiheipieucn the followed, and kept the audience in a the public debt has been decreased song, suit was brought. continuous roar of laughter. and is still being reduced as fast and dance festival was next on the mid was loudly applauded. OthMrs. J. A. Carpenter has received a as laws passed by the republicans for "J letter from her brother, Mr. J T. Guth- er features were "The Klectric no" in t the benefit of the bondholders will per-- ) songs; Howe and Wall in a musical merie, operator at Niiuhright, Teiin., telling lange init. mil JJjL:.tff" that could hardly have been betZmrXl TftfVjUB Ts-"T fff her of his marriage to Mi-- s Kebecca ter; "The Gamins' Clog;" n female imt, At Jacksonville Sunday there xvurti ;U1 Jones, an excellent young ludv of that personator; Harry Lou, the Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture nft.Tileiv, "Hie," not lint,.new cases of yellow fever ami 1( deaths. place, ami of his promotion t a a iifsltliiii "'x' n fy ' and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such good3 ent rely, the re wmVA) Taking it in its Total cases to date !l,l.)0j deaths L'lH. At at Dayton, in the Mine Stat " h i,aH nuvcr 1moii a gieater minstrel sue- can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con Decatur all is (juict. Thure nru no now friends hero will be glad to hear of his ,.,.hH at tho Academy of Music than that vinoed that I sell lower than the lowest. " xtsSS -cases and but few deaths. good luck aud congratulate him all round last night. It was a clean show ami was 'Semi-Weekly Interior Journal OVERCOATS I Satinets and Kerseys, Worsteds and Chinchillas. Colors and W. WALTON. ,,,,.,.., ,.,,,,, .,.,.,, Movmt I l,k. J ' FEME ., '"? i0T1CE. In Light and Dark in Light Medium and Heavy Weights. r- wwwunu Our Stock is Full of Fresh Good:. Come Early and get Choice of PaternN and t""rf I"" I UT tax-ridde- 0. H. MHOBERTS, BRUCE&MeROBERTS. e dirt-throwi- 63-t- Hlime-slillgin- g, !..-...- IW.-- ZiT72kBSiK YARD Ul-crn- J J NEW BUTCHER SHOP. 1 1 T. R. WALTON ,,,,,. " oMo S-'-f- : ti-t- . MILL SALE! j ... ....... .,., ,. ,,."., , "n- MAN & SOMERSET STREET STAITFORD, KHTTTJCB.T. jS-t- f j lyflf MEAT NEWCOMB SHOP .... I HOTEL. ' ..... Prices Always Reasonable and Goods FARM FOR SALE. LAM) FOR SALE. G0OX EMPTTT BARRELS FOR SALE. 5,5-l- . i ,,,;. JACKSON HOUSE, j BUGGIES, CARRIAGES TrltbyVre'lwK GESTS' ' step-daughte- rs 1 WQOD WALLACE, ... .. r. rs i""'y, ..,. 1 ',, 1TOB I ..... ,,, 8 A Mii., tn GEO. D. WEAKEN, IHCAN'G'R. ... J ,' s...U, 1 ::: ,.l . j.,, 1 1 n.v.., 1 in-n- j8-4- .- cI-- BE FUKMTURE STORE'I j -- MAD)K JCntTFFMAW, FJR(Wl Jeph nun-tlixpla- y, - xHKflr r"W 'V ' w"-..nnnir- v. i. I I f 1 A CREAM - 1 pro-gram- ' - LEXINGTON.KY. man-serpen- ;- " i r rui II ' rimi ur,ipnrrTriwifrinfaiiiiiiisi i i n ' us mssimisiisii tfai5w : faMNf7 tTA-- ..--B Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal E.CWALTON, DUN. MunOROf SrANKOHi), Ky OuruiiKit !), 1888 Published Evory Tuesday and Friday AT Um vku YMiVn,iN adVanck not o paid rv r Whin 32. BO will te charBcJ." K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1 rains Iron Rowland nt j:)J a return hi 6 m anil B 40 p in. m anil 7 to m LAN. Mail train I LOCAL TIME CARD. .. South... ljipm spress train" South . .lM7I'm " North it am r .6 30 a m Local Krtluhl North ...635 pro aouin. 'I he latter trains alo pas.enijf rs the above Iscalculated on standard time, So,ar lime i about to minutt faster. . omc North. .11 Jipm cry I MEANS IUSIHE8S. wurranted. A. It. IVnny. Tiik best place to buy drugs, patent medicines and toilet articles in ut A. It. Hcliool K!iicilH iaur, from A. amiPenny. H. kinds I Watciim and jewelry rcpalied and I'enny'B. IJuy your school lyooks.'ink, supplies tablet. of all nr-t- it guarantee all witchcs and every le tif jewelry I noil to Ik just an represented. A. ItJ IVnny. PERSONAL POINTS. Mips l.u. Kit iiAKfiMi.v, of Somerset, i" with Miss Annie Alcorn. Mits. U II. HtiKsiNu and Miss VXujx Kout returned to Somerset yesterday. Mtv M tii.ii: Mom mitv, of Chnttanoo' Witgn. Tenn., it visiting Mm. Ai. FiKl.iMind his minstrelx, larger in her. numbers ami stronger in talent, will Is- Mns. T. P. II11.1. and Mr. C. C. Panish with next Saturday night. There's l,ae Iwcii on a vMt torcliitivcsiit Parks-Mil- going us be a jam. Secure your ticket to early if you want to Iwt sure of a seat. Miv. M.miy Klmoiii:, of the Preacher-Mil- e A Stngg have tliem at the ncighlsirhoitil, viiting Mr. M. I). Mrltuberts usual price. K'more. . On our lib page will lx found lists of I )n. Ki:iurrr Piik and Mr. K. C. Park, both by iov. McCrcnry tij Nin FranciMti, aiv visiting Mr, titti. npMiintini'nts, and those arranged by a democratic com- II Hruce. I'mov I'.utuiNii has returned from imttee. 'I he latter will be lilled by good the mountains in the.'nterest of sewing 'speakers fully equipped to dixtiss the groat issue of the campaign. Itemeiuber iitehines. that the governor will be bore on the 17 Mas. V. C. SwmiMii: is with hor Misses l.ticy und Mary l!eaidoy, for and don't fail to attend. it few days. Cuai r Coi ut. Clerk James P. lt.ti-le- y Mns. Mil i.i:k, Mil. J. S. (si.i: and tells us that the docket of this court, naughter, Mics Mattie and Maggie, nit which Irogins next .Monday, i composed in liuisville this week. of 157 Commonwealth cases; lliilold equiMus. Jimi: I'Kntov, of Somerset, ty; : old ordinary; !I7 equity iipioaraiic. with MKi Foxle Pennington and es and ' ordinary iipjearanco, making h now the gucM of Mrs. T. M. Penning-t"i- i I 101 e. 1 sis-tor- s, 1 Mrs. Alex. Traylor, who wus adjudg- concealed. Ski: tho light running New Homo nt 15. His victim Ih lut slightly ed insane lust week, died nt hor liomu hurt. Thi' Company hi;ld n meeting II, Vearents. , . . . , Sunday afiernoon, not lia inn 'k'OM taken and ruled Chinn oil' the track for life. 'TitADi: nour old iiTaiihlne for n light' to tlio iisylimi. Shu wiih it Miss Stout1 The scveial farms composing the running New Home. mid before tho giving awny of her svs- - Tribhle estate were rented at $.Y. to' Don't fail to utttMiil the opening of tern, which caused her lunacy, she was SH.ltt an aero. There are -- ,188 acres and a true wife and mother and an excellent the rent amounts to .Jii.iiOr.tsi'. Robert' Courts it Cox Thursday next. woman in every way. ' The husband and Miller's farm of :':!() acres fold at auction We Have Opened our Stock of Tiik chestnut ciop is unusually largo 8 children survive her. The burial oe- - at $70; cattle brought $(15.55 In the knoli section iih year. curicd yesterday alter a hervice by Kcv. and mules $75 to ?I5J. I.. I... I!. .11 CM.j,,.. Mr. A. M. Feland has left at this Yor enn get alightrunnliigXi'W Home MrH. .Mary C, wife of Jacob Hack- - ollice a sample bushel of his Kmpirc on easy payment at It. K. Wcarcn's. of lindnu, died Thursday last. The State Irish potatoes that he planted this A Minn: lot of cloaks, wraps anil jack Keho says: Mrs. Hackney wiih nhotitriO1 year experimuiitully. They are verv f.tM f nut nt Si.viiriirirn .t; . 01m, years of age, had long been a member of large, .smooth and pretty fn shape and Call in and wo tliein. the M. K. Church, South, and one of our are of splendid llavor and the variety Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Everymost valuable Sunday-schoo- l workers, ought to become popular here, TiiEiti: were four deaths in town last Col. W. W. Baldwin thinks that and as a consequence her death is an ir- thing is new, Thursday night Mr. Davison, the wife f of the tobacco crop in Mason loss to the community gener-- , ly of John Jones, eolored, and two negro ally. She leaves a husband, two sons county is badly damaged, if not entirely children. and three daughters to mourn hcrdeath. destroyed. In some places entire tlelds After a long illness of consumption, of the weed are ruined, while in other nvi:nTisi:i(s should bear in mind that suiioriudiiccd by pistol shot inthclimg er sections but little injury is reported. And every thing has been selected with great care, the senior memwe will Issue a double number Friday and a larger number of Vopit-- than usu while in the discharge of his oHicinl till The greatest damnite falls on the late ber's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with, nt lit.,... ....... ... 1... ......ul. ....... t. t. ty n number of years ago, Mr. K. M. Da-- ,rI nn(1 that in the lowlands. 11 JMII ntllll MJ IIIIII. Ill IV visou departed this life at an early hour now is vour chance to tlo mo. The patronage of persons with cash and A man that refuses to look at a circus discrimination and profit. rmlay morning, aged h. 110 was a na- procession would actually want a fairer Stylish Suits made to order at $18.00, tive of Virginia, but moved here in early those who pay promptly at the end of each six months is especially $'2 , r.V.rrf) and $25 by John II. Craig A youth mid married Miss Vaughn, sister plan than lianter's manic chicken chole ra cure is sold on, which is "no cure no desired. Son, with Wanamaker it Drown, of (reorgu Vaughn, and she with sevand Drowning, King & Co., New en childrecn survive him. Mr. Davison pay." .SjIiI by Moltoberts A SLngg. 1't Asking a share of your patronage, we are Respectfully, No tit whs of rather peculiar temperament, but York. Workmanship XKW ADVEUTISEMENTS. no wile. he was a man of considerable force of character, and was strictly upright and ScksKIvh. Judgu It. J. Ilrccklnridge honorable in all his dealings. lit! had BT7ZLDXXIS I hits written tliu eommittee selected to.10 an HiMiiiti lor years, 111 lact everj will been cure speakers for thin county that he I Iron Koof-since his wound, which at the time laid ins am agenttor The Cincinnati I'orterfurtmh their CDmp.iny and am prepared to Heak at Milledgeville Thurday night, him up for over three years. Several Nov. I; at Hustouville Friday Hfternoon, IRON ROOFING months ago he professed religion and ov. --'. ' was baptized and received into the Chris- At Sj ;s per .inre, naiN, paint". At , incluiled. trial MILLION, Wk will have our regular fulland How land, Ky. tian church. The funeral occurred at fryini Thursday next, Oct. II, his late residence Saturday afternoon, and cordially invite the liulicH of Stan-fo- Itev. John llcl! (Sihson otliciatlng, ami IN AND GOODS. ami icinity to Ik present and ex- the remains interred in Utiflalo Cemetery amine our complete ntook of everything in the presence of many friendss. We will ell nt public auction to the highest bidWe Invite Attention to our Complete and Carefully Selected. in the millinerv line. Court fc Cox. der on , I NOW J OPEN, OLD GOODS sz 1 no-y-, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, E PIECE OF one-hal- NOT 11 - I 1 ' Phila-dolphi- n, llrst-clus- s. TO SEVERANCE & SON. 1 (IM-H- a SEASONABLE STYLES FALL WINTER nl PUBLIC SALE! On the premmi FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. J. II. McAlister sold recently toTew-me'21 y SATURDAY, OCT. 20, '88, a Stock of , Mrs. John S. IIihiio, Mrs. F. J. Campbell and St. Claim Camplwdl turned from Hock Castle. Springs re- Fri- day afternoon. Mbssii. Powki.l Dr.vv and tiarnett Thomrson, of IlarnxNburg, anil Hon. i W. T. Jones, of Nicholasville, have l.ucy Tate and friends. itlng Miss repn'sonting Low JwitstT. Cu-omis' sons , Co., importers of men's furnishing good, is bore with his splcn- d line of dimples, suppliug our mer--) ants right and left. Tin: Wichita, Ka., Sunday Miiror bus a very handsomo notice of Mrs. Julia talg Dunn, teacher of vocal miisie in he b'wis Aciideiny, who nsently sung at the annual meeting of the Y. M. C. A. and jiays her splendid anil highly cultivated voice deserved compliments. Mu. W. M. Di.i:, the clover advance man of Al Field's Minstrels, was in town aturdav arranging for the coming of the troupe on the l:ith. He says that the bntssbauil utimbeis '.'I ami that their treet parade, which will occur a little all'air. after-!- ' o'clock, will be a gorgeous Tin: following young people coiiihm'i1 a merry chestnuting arty to tho knobs Stturday: Miss l.ucy Tate, Powell Dunn; Miss Ito'innino Hraden, P. M. Mcitoberts; Imm-i-v, Missl.iw.ii) Young, darnott Thomson; Miss Vimlu I'rantz, W. A.Tribble; Miss Mattie Owsley, J. 11. P.iughmaii; Miss Maggie Owsley, James C. Iteid. On their return they drove through town, their buggies and horses decorated with autumn leaves, and presented a sight which Hindu even the old fogies wish they were young again. The chestnuts were disposed of before reaching town. CITY AND VICINITY. tune-keepe- high clock showing moon's phases and days of week; a good for sale. Apply at this of- fee. . . ... Tub I'nited States Kxpress is the quickest, safest and cheapest. Packages railed for and delivered at your door. A. T Nunnelley, agent. An r, ... It. C. Wanen will iiildioss tho people, of Yoemite at 'J o'clock Saturday, l'.lth.' Mos Taylor will make a noto ofi'thtsluTd have abigcrowd Yosi:MiTE.--Hon. head yearling mules at S100. Corn jumped up '2 cents a bushel FINE FARM OF 271 ACRES . Known uuhc "Chilhowie Farm," formerly owned ami closed at 47c in Chicago Saturday. R J Ilrrclinridgc, and situated nn Kno Sam Harris sold to John Tewmev, by Dr. lick pike about 2 nillt from Shelby City. A. of Movie, 10 fancy yearling mules at $105. good residence nn the firm ml the nuthou!c in ntd rr.lr ntii.n.lanj..! rin 'IK. hrm I. -- T.J. Foster nn.l II. T Hush hold to well fenced and in a tine tutrf.nl.r cultivation 'ibis farm U'illbc date il bogs at Mild i.matcly old publicly on the anne be had not Will Prewilt a of in before A bargain can tin farm 5. Half ca.h and balance in anil jjeari, 'IrNVs 11. F. Itohiuson, bought of Lincoln in c.iual avmcnt, with T. illM.umtJ. W. AI.COIIN. of fat cattle at tytd county parties a Stanford, K). IJots! UHClC SAI.K OF The wheat market is still excited at Chicago and December went up to i.'2"2 SOOKTHOKN CATTLE! Saturday. I). N. Prewitt liought of C. M. Jones , Metr Granville Cecil and K. M. Fisher, of a of fat hogs, to be delivered lid) Ir county, will hold a Joint tale of fashionably Oct. J.'), at 5 els. brid hhoithorn Cattle at the D. M. ('res, of has purFAIR GROUNDS, DANVILLE, 0CT.23 '88, chased ill this and (Jarrard county ".' M. Tho.e destriuir lleginninsat I o'clock, mule colts at to $58. catalogues can obtnln them promptly by addrc 1). N. Prewitt bought of Holrort Mciir cither 01 the abott namcit at uauwiic, Ny. Of the number there are minder . V C.Kidilvillbe Auctioneer. Cj td of hogs to be delivercjis's and 5 divoioo suit. Of the latter Alister, a UAVIs, J H HILTON two are by whites and three by ne- ed tho LlHh of this month at 5 cts. At the combination sale at Paris (IS ' groes. VOlVr & Tl ZS . jc horses sold at an average of $175. lCstel-l- a youths, whose names Two UEAltlt Itelinont was the hfghest priced, bringwe wore unable to loam, and who, we ing $1,500. Mcrchancllsc, are glad to say, do not live bore, disturbJohn Stephenson sold to Wakefield KOWI.ANII, KY , ed the moetiug at the Christian church '20 cattle, 1,500 pounds, at 4, and it Ilatv jut openeu a new nock of Men, and Hoys' Friday night by striking matches and John Holmes sold to same .'I head 1,500 Clothing, Mat. Cans, Hoots, Shoe, Dry (loods, talking loud enough for everybody to Notloni and Family Groceries Al. ucaiers in at same price. toal Country produce taken in exchange for hoar. Kc. Mr. D.irsiu stissl it for a few Anderson, Haas k Foley bought of giocls at highett market prue Come one, cunc all, and learn the advantages m trade. moments and thou stopping short in hi P. Oentry, K. McCarthy and others sermon, told the youths if they could bushels of wheat at $1 kt bushel. ' not bohae they would please retire Danville Advocate. rUSLIC SALE OF A CQQD L1KC0LH FARM, while he waited. Tliev did not go, ami The damage to the tobacco crop in the preacher resumed his discourse to North Carolina is stated at 25 per cent. .Ami I'ofHoimlty. lie again interrupted. He stopped a secKaius and hosts have also damaged the uill tell at public auction on my place on the time and said the uoie had to be ond Daimllciiud lluttonville juke, tJ miles from the cotton 1100111 jii per com. mile from Mnrchiml Station,' place and slopped, or he would pnwure the names "Old Hutch," the manipulator of the latter and convenient In churches and schools, on At of the disturbers for Chicago wheat corner, and who is now this point I'm. Oibon 11100 and asked wortli Ids millions, Oct. 17, 1888, started life as a cobP.ro. Vanileeor to go back and preserve My farm of about jij Acres of llluc.f.riwt Land bler in a Now Knglaiul town. .. i.v t ...... ) stVlt.i tl lit sunt . illlnn order, and the old pjntloiimn taking his lliitliuiii ) tiwis.lii til It lilt' l.t'Mlltim.illZl'ttU lilllillNllinKl ier and tW remainder in urass It has on it a huge Mine with him, complied, when the tin. Tlic sliry frame dwelling, containing .nnrtu nriiitu Olirs mi olb;idings arc riH.iiiy and in goo. 7 room. rarrn IIM Dl 1011111 repair, decided It was best to deyoung w w ill be offered ill three he place viaieretl till' -- it .MDIlililV. I lllllllji' It tt) till' Iht, sist, and they did. They should have' parts and then as a u hole, and the best uegrccatc Ifiti. (lrntz, if you want to ho ucriimto. taken. Terms it.ul known on day of sale been lodged in jail, and they may have giscn iiilinedialcly.oras Ihr purchaser .1. I.. C'opir lioulit J. W. ratin's to answer an Indictment yet, if their rroMif Imrli'y at 70 fonts. Jiu!j,'o H. II. At the same time and place mil sell my names are ascertained. propertv, i 'insisting of good farming brood D.ivi'iiport lioitKlit in Scott county l." Marcs, both of them in toal to a jack ; one good and harness Horse, and one Mitlwuy saddle and one perewt. Tin: Pineville mu and Lumber Co. tons of lit'ini at Horse, one Killy work marc Mule, weanling Jluln Coll, o or 8 announce an auction sale of business and Clipper. he ml nf Milk Cows, n lot m young Cattle, consistresidence lot, mill ami manufacturing - J. K. Kern sold a of ing of Steers, Heifers and Culses; ,t lot of Hug's mid S boats: a good lot of farming Implements sites, to iK'cur in that coming city Oct. to llowdcn it Ivlwanls at S7o and Household and Kitchen Furniture; 8 In l Half fare tickets will be sold I'ucli. The IriHh jHitato crop tliroiiiliout lonsnf 'limothy nnd Millet Hav, lotofO,its,n IK ami 111. small lot of Wheat and a lot of Corn. from Louisville, Cincinnati, Knoxville, the State is repoitetl iihout 10 pur cent, Terms liberal Anil made known on day of sale. J. I'. I. A NO, Huntington and all intermediate stations wlioit. 1'ar'iH News. Morelanil, Ky T I). Knglish, Auctioneer. 111 and 17, good for days reten on tho John Itaney Bold to 1). X. Prewitt 18 I'. S, .to beelmes will be sold also. turning. The future of Pineville may hoi, iiouiuIh, at centH. Mr. l'rew- Imj juiIk'oiI hy its nipitl increase of jiopii- - :tt Hliipiol from Ilowlniitt Saturtlay two At Opera House, iiition since January last, wlien there STANFORD, KY, of lion's liought of H. W. Caines were lint '20 persons there; now there an, others at o cents, a. iHhihU-1are over 1,000 ami the number in con- says tho tlainajje by frost Htantly incieasiiiK. The Company says: t0 tll0 tobacco crop in the Sotith-sii'lthrco years there wiil be built titn of VirKiuIii is very rent, that ami in operation in Pineville anil vicini-- 1 nuire than AL. Q. FIELD & CO.'S of the crop has ty hundreds of coko ovens, tlo.ens of iK.ln ,.0mplctely ruined. Iiunber mills, iron furnaces, railing mills, A Tt Xtuiiiolley has bought in this furniture anil other factories and two or ,.0unty in the la.--t "week a of BICGER AND BETTER THAN EVER. more additional railroads. Coking coal butcher cattle at '' to cents; a is in abundance and there are inexhaust-- 1 0f fat 10J!S at d of lo ani ible ipuintitics of iron ore and timber in Hb(.t.j,f ones, at '.) cts. FASHION'S FAVORITES endless aiiioiint and variety." Investors ice vai0ter boiiKht of Thomas ad- can obtain further information by Wood, of lloyle county, 'V extra feeding Kmire New Company, , tlri'SiiiiB the Company at lniisville, Mt. ,.i,ttlc, veinht 1,'J00 pounds., at l cents. An New Acts, Original Ideas, iMO head of Sterlintr or Pineville. llodukin boimlit Nast'l l'eatiiri', Catthy Music, 1. car-loa- d LMO-l- b. MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS Shirts, Collars. ' Cuflfe, Neckwear, &c. I -- intere-M- . 1 ' car-loa- d 111 All the Approved Styles from 50c to $5. The Largest Stock of car-loa- d TRUNKS & VALISES In this Section of the Country. I 0 car-loa- d K K xxx ao Comprising Extensive lines of Newest and most Fashionable Ladies' Shoes, Gents' Boots and Shoes, Children and Baby Shoes, Rubbers, overshoes, Etc. Men's Rubber's at 25c, Ladies' do. 25, Misses' 25. FOOTWEAR, No CIOUBX IT JfOU A 111 -- IN- Gcncral THE PRICES ARE LOW ' ! one ... sell you .RESPECTABLE Goods Cheaper. , We .. can Can Tina anyone Willing lO meetj. OUT priCBS mi V yUailtlOS NPARI aS CiOOQ. .s,-0- .THESE GOODS ARE BARGAINS. Viewed from any sti" ml point. Noiliiiin better can b IihiI. Now you know us and tho (iooiIf, for we have told j'ou the Truth without misreprei I sentation 4 n. Wednesday, I . 1,11 I TBTST TJS, PROVE TJS, TrOTJ'IX BE GLAD. Respectfully, . . m 111 ne-cttl- s I I'os-sct.i- CALDWELL&LANIER DANYXLJCE, KY. -. I per-Mn- al car-loi- year-liiiKiiiul- NEW! NEW! NEW! A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. l'I-- ."i Walton's &, i DIMMER, Respectfully, R. ZIMMER, nir-lnatl- j i e in Saturday Evening, Oct. 13. a'l d 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 one-foitrt- h' Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Operatic Minstrels, FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE : car-loa- '-'J car-loa- d -,; IX car-loa- Wholesale and Retail. PLEASE OBSERVE -- III T- - '.'JO-pou- to hear him. ,& Look out for new millinery. I will have my fall and winter opening Friday see and Saturday, Oct . llMII. Call and ...... . I... iiuiiiK, .!... mv cicptiii line iiifiuiu i.....:.... im-i- i j.... until you buy. Mrs. w ill never leave Diuldcrar. Kate - cent, is To tiii: Tax-P- a VKits.--Six- ier xes not paid by "H by lnw a Med November let. County Comt day in I linvu no November will bo too lute. in the matter. The Auditor tllscretion ( charges me with the additional I.. C. T. I). Newland,.S. pm-cen- tii t. Sniper li SlnsliiK, , ,.;i(UM.,,0,,b ltallou has returned A DaiKliiK 'luiimaiiient - II.WK - from l'ulaki, where he sold 10:1 acres of .Iiulc Win. Tiiwle, the oltlest citi i e s ? 11' for $1,010, . . letaininj,' a Itaibourville, is tlcad. after .en of cedar bin A "sivZTSr daughter tenth of the mineral rights. Ijeoro 1'. Sucie LoKiin, a 1VH .CM Mammoth Military Encampment First Part of .Mr. Ira boaii, who lives near Huston- - Taylor, n MasxiehiiK'tts man, is tho pur- CK- ville, who for tho last year has made her clutHer. (C'opri;litcil home at Mr. William Hurtoirs.iliedSun List spring lov, McCroary sent .1 . Drtiiiiincn, orTlie llntol at the Juncday nifjlit of coiisuniption of the bow- 15. Mcrshon some seed, among them a TlioTuo tion. lot of raddish. Yesterday he brought in Hie llurlesipie Jawi)ese Students. '1 lie els, after a lout: illnees. mij iie liiiudrcd utlicr new ideas. Fred Peacock, eldest son of Mr. i. a specimen of what was grown from tho F. Peacock, Hiihtonville, died.Suntlay af- latter. It weighed 7 pounds and is '22 The Greatest, Grandest Combination Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchternoon of typhoid fever, a;ed about 18 inches in ciiciiiiiference. Comedians, :iud Dancers cut Of Musical Ciklirilies A favorite with tho younj; folks, .lack Chinn, the race horse man, years. maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness I.OL'ISKI'.KK'd hpesiahsls i:t.tnt. at the his death will be deplored at bis homo .loh'n Howling, a dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the CHALLENGE MILITARY BAND. and mid this place, where he frequently visraces, anil is under arrest for as- $5,000 eye. Mii.ic.il Cnncerl anil liran.l t'ur.ido. ited. sault and carrying tho murderous dirk DEATH S DOINGS. M.inilsonie Ccttumvs, M'ROBERTSSTAGG V - A WWML DBTMB33NT I'oliiu-man'- s r.ir-id- WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. book-make- r, l.a-ton- ia gsggggggg fl 9. ht 1 one lWfdc-- In gottlng through tho vorse PUBLIC SPEAKING. wlrtrut u mistako thero need bo no moro rcuiling by tho itelry child. The lint ono Hon. James B. McCreary, s called the "lusy" scholar, and his or Dimocratic nominee for Congress in the 8 ti ConA SUCCESSFUL REMEDY. her immo was written on tho blackboard, gressional District of Kenluck), will speak at Ui'tii.i i U iuuupt treuttuuiit. Tho lion Hurry 1Vu Curti.l Vn-Xuugtitr whlM all tho others copied It to tako homo. the following times and placet! i f neglect may Ihi Kcrlolit. Avoid IlalilU Tbo queorctit rowunl was that daily glvon Taylorsvillc, Saturday, October 6lli, i833 ill lmr-iand draitle purgatives, tho UK prayer-bel- l had tho ticholars who hud porfect lessons. This 8lli. Shctb)vllle, Monda), October teiidi'iny of which Is to weaken tho tung, aud I wns not was marking u lurgo O with chalk ou tho Mt ralcn,Tuetdav, October gth liOMrlt. The best remedy Is Ayor's rondy. But CouMn palms of their hundi. For punishment tho Chrlstianlurg, Wednesday, Ottiber lotb fills, llclng purely vegutublo, their Kltu waMi't ready, offenders wore put by themselves to show l.avvrtnceburg, Thursday, October nth uitlon U prompt and tholr effect always olthor. because I they were not lit to bo near others, und for Salvlva Friday, October nth lieiiiiilchil. They nro an ndmlrabla heard hor hurried a rerxUltloii of tho act u small yoke- was IlMrrdhurg,Saturda, October ijth I.Ivor nud Afinr-illiiiiipill, and every. words to tho chil- put around cuch neck. At certain times of Monday, October 13th, Danville, t hcru eiidorseil by tho profession. dren us sho tried to tho day scholars were allowed to study Mcholmvillp, I uesdav, October i6h, aloud, but nt others they wore expected to fasten the small "Ajer't l'HU nro highly nnd unlver-Mill- y B'alanforil, Wcdne.dav, October 171b on tho three Keep still, itio good old schoolmaster wroto ntHikiiu of by the pcoplo nlmut llustonvi Ic, hur.day, October 18th bodies which out ono hundred rules for good behavior, restless hern. I muko dally iisn of them In my Kiclimond, Saturday, October aoth among them being these: Dr. I. E. Fowlor, Urldge-jxir- t, would not bo still. I'onn. Lancaster, Monday, Octobir aid. Suddenly thero Was u Willi from ono of When you comb your hulr do not go out " run rrentntnend Ayer's l'llls nliovo tho babies; I know the sound. It was Win. Into tho middle of tho room. Ml Vernon, Tursda), October ajd all others, huvlng loug proved their Ifred. Then followed dead silence, which ' Donoteat.our morning bread upon tho London, Wednesday, October 11th xiiIiik ut n cathartic for myself aud was broken by tnnnnna's ujrgriovcd voice: road or in school, but ask your parents to McKee, Thursday, October ijtli 41 Now, Hurry fuiull.w" J. T. Hess, Leithsxllle, Ia. must be punished." give li lo you ul home. itoonetillc, rrklav, October 16th "For several years Ayer's Tills hnvo Do not wobble with j our' stool. I know what had happened. The two-Annville,Saturda), October a;th been used in my family. Wo find them year-oi- a Put your knlfo and fork upon tho right boy, wita his great bluo eyes, li.ct Rcriivtailt, Monda), October ajlli au 4iis tittle dimples And his merry luutrh, nnd your bread on the left sldo. Speaking will begin ut I p in each d.i) Tunc Do not throw boucs tinder tho tirele. vas not tpilto perfect Ho had ono When through eating ask to bo excused, mil bcilttldcd with other candidates for Congress. sad fault. Whenever his llttlo sister 41 Wink," ns ho hud named her, did any get up quietly, tako your stool, wish tho for ronttlp.itlon and Indigestion, and DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING. are never without them In tho house." thing which ho did not like, tho dimple fled, others a pleasunt meal nnd go away quietly. Mines Oreiiler, Lowell, Mass. tho sxnllo hid uway, and the pretty face, . Do not put tho remains of bread in your In addition to the appointment! of lion James hod a naughty look that brought tho tears pocket. "I hnvo tucil Ayer's Pills, for llyer II McCte.irv at Suntord on the i;th, and at trotihlet and Indigestion, during many Christopher Dock lived to bo very old, to mamma's eyes, aud tho llttlo hand How the ijtli of October, the Democratic havn to Wink's cheeks, and mado deep scratches, ' and kept his school to the Inst. Ono after- County Committee hu arranged for speaking at .vcarx, and cftlcleutalways found them prompt und in their actlou." Jonp and rod. And that brought tho tears noon ho did not show up at supper, und was I.. X. Smith, Utlcn, X. Y. the following timet und plaera: dead. to Wink's eyes. But inhnunu couldn't say found on his knees in the school-room- , " I suffereil from constipation which V;i) neAburg, Saturday afternoon, Oct aoth, '81. or do any thing to bring tho tears to Harry's . assumed such nit oluitinato form that I Matrimonial Item. Uushcn, Saturday ct tiling, Oct. aoth. eyes, or mako tho baby say ho wus sorry for feareil it would causa a stoppage of tho An old German played it rough on his Stanford, Monday afternoon, Oct find Jhurtlng llttlo sister so. ImiucIs. Two txixes of Ayer's Tills of. He had frequently stated that , Crab Orchard, Saturday atternoon Oct ajth Almost every day Wink '.ad a now piece levied a complete cure." D. Durke, he was going to give 'his daughter ),000 Saturday night, Oct ijth Mcrcinncy, r on her nose, nnd almost tsaco, Me. of after sho was married. Although sho was Stanford, Monday afternoon, Oct 29th. every day mamma tried and tried to tnlnlc I A hnnmlv na at " I have used Ayer's Pills for tho past n mm fnmn nn.l nn Vin Vnr4 Highland Wedneiday afternoon, Oct jil. how sho could muko her llttlo thirty your nud consider them an side of ihtrtT'llYe, sho had lovers threo family medicine. I know of I'rcaiherillc, WedneJay night, tcl Jitt l"roe- - una nnu"-- v "no. Rawercd In a no iMtter remedy for liver troubles, On this particular morning I felt curious South Fori Station, 'I hurday afternoon, Not young reprobate After they and have nlttays found them a prompt Milledf(ellle, Thursday nlRht, Not nt to know what was going to tried. married about a month it occurred euro fordjspepdn." ..Intiies tjiiltni, M Be- - hadhbe Cousin Ella camo In lato to prayers. Huttontille, Friday atternoon, Not, and Middle St., llurtford, Conn. unK "'ember that a motion to Uko llnght'a School llmne. Friday ntkrl't,Noi. and lorehor walked Dedo and Wink-W- ink would bo In order "Having been troubled vtlth costive. vlth'Wvvet lashes, nnd, sure enough a ' P tho appropriation bil In Hfternoon, iipss, Mhlcli seems lne liable with per-horaU had aucdiM making his solid Ottenhelm,Salurda) night, Nov Not jrd frcrifpioco of court-plaston her noio. I klngttllle, Saturday jrd of siMlentury haliits, I have tried comprehend tho si uatlon, JIafry aton tho sofa beside his mother, ld ld relief. I am Aer's Pills, hoping KcnUcmai. ostenUUiously shelled out I he naiuptof the apcaLcra to fill lhrc Avith his yellow head down, and occasionally . tho glad to say that tin t linve served mo be announced as toon at arranged wnow dollar. casting a doubtful glunce at tho facoabovo lielter than nnv other lii(llcliio. I Tho young husband still lingered as If ho j,lm nrrivu nt this cuiielutlun only after a & on. tiilthful trl.il i f their merits." .Samuel Drawn to tho shoulder, over each little fat w i,V'ult',",fc' ,W.)ho Prforn,aco uunu iraitur- T. Jones, Oak at , lloston, Mass, '" ei.wc-umi-i arm. .. . v tun Inmf hlnrb . .....ov rxrr r.l V . .. ... ..f 1 givo dot -- .. I.1....1, tm .i......i -- . M" "i auiiUK; 1 Ya, s you won t'JiUXiO, but IV'...dollar every .!..- - ,,1.illt ,IIU .,,,..1,. U.BU In. tllS ' "0l ' ' tOUCl, paj HIV JMJ IIUllll .r..., Il.n LUt, l,...t ill, I.I. year." mother's lajt. 1 won't get ull that monev until the "80 ) 11 V After prayers were over Dedo und Wink year A. D. 'Jl.rKl." wcat, as usual, to kiss auntie good mornDr. J. C. Ayer U Co., Lowell, Matt. vas don't ing, ' but Harry refused to go, so th,o big In "Ya, ya,der dear blcaty tlmos; SlUny.bo Stjld'hy all Dealers lu Medicine. u hurry, my poy." Texa doctor-cousi- n tossed Hurry up ou his shoulShe I'Jaye.1 u Selection. der, saying: '"Why, Harry, boy, what's tho Charles A. Gardner, tho German comedl' matter, and whut's ull this superfluity of (stocking fori" an, is n jolly soul, nud cau tell n funny story "Tell Cousin Doctor," said mamma, with great unction. Hero is ono which Is worth repeating. A certain gentleman was quietly, as Harry hesitated. "Stratchin' While," said tho baby, add-'in- desirous of disposing of a play to tho comedian. "1 digged her." sTANMiRD, K "It's all right," said Gardner; "but At breakfast tho stockinged hands mado 1 Introduco my songs! You Olllceon I.ancatter ttrvl, in room rt cull) 11 dreadful work of tho slipery glass of milk, where could Cited by lir Y. II rcuii) nnd both llttlo black nrms wcro drenched. couldn't expect mo to do us tho pearl ol statins now," said Harry. joyfully; but pianists did" "How was that I" bo was mistaken, for Dedo quickly brought " Why. tho play was on tho M'llss' order, a fresh pair, and ou they went. This wus k New Livery, Fed a&i Sale Stable too much. Harry slipped down from the fltlfl till) lllirnllllt whn ICUBfl vam- - Hnn mntilat ' -- aw no opportunity to introduco her tabic, and ran into the library, aud after mamma found him sitting behind ,yi but at hit urranged It to her saUsfoc- I hate purchased the brick StiMe on foot of a tbo bota with a very sober face. "Are you 'to"- - Tlio'sceno was laid sorry, littloboyl" she nked. Tho answer mountain, with high rocks towering at tho ' came quickly: "Ilnwwy not soddy. No.'.' I back und cither side. On ono sldo of tho All tho morning tho little fellow played stago stood a'grand piano The heroine camo formerly occupied bj J 1. Unite, hut metric with Ills nrms covered with tho stockings. rushing dowu the mountain path, with hair I liait pat llir Ma cently by John 11 Carpenter hie ft thorough repair and am lurni.hmg 11 villi ZMunnna fed lilm ut dinner, und lie took his disheveled and dress torn, fell upon her , feed of nil kind., u tiran nap with tho black coverings still on. I knees In tho center of tho stage, and In g accent, cried: Theyhavo ' "When ho awoko ho ran to his mother First-clas- s Buggies, Tint powder never tariet. A martel ot purity New Stock of (Boy docSU, now'.' No stotins ori. Hates burned my house, nnd killed my father and .More economical Surreys, &c, mother, but thank Heaven I hnvo saved my (trength and wholetnmenct. "um!" "Aroyou sorry I" asked mauima. Lindt, and cannot be cold in I than the ordinary 'No," replied tho child, "soddy for piano, and I will now play a selection.' " conmelit on with the multitude of loir te.t. then And am prepared to aicmmodale nil who mat I weight alum or photphate powder. Uawwy; not soddy for Wink," nnd mamma nld only in favor inr lih their patronage (iite me a trial Will Get can.. kiiial ntk'lNil I'iiwiiik Lii J N.MhNKrKK. icft tho stockings on. An old farmer from tho Okaw camo to 106 Wall Street, Ne York Ucforo tea cullers came. Harry was town, tho playing in the hall, and mamma culled him catcherof aother day, when ho met tho base-bal- l nlno with u wire mask In. Of course the ladies asked about tho on his face. After gazing ut it a mluutc, ho stockings, und Harry explained. ' After tho callers had gono mamma heard turned to his wifo and said: I am Age 'it for The I. SCH I. EOKL, the Richmond l'lioiiraphrr "Old woman, I'll bo durned of 1 ever wi I be in Maliford, sounds of sobbing in tho closet, and there thought the Prohibitionists would over niuz- -' at Harry, his little black arms around ;slo tho boys liko that to keep Tuesday. October 2 and 30 COAL,'i 'cm from "Wink's neck, saying, ia. a very choky voice. Tuesday, November 13 and 27. And will Veep it con.tantly on handt in mj )ard ' I soddy, Wink; Hawwy vowy soddy." 80 drinkln."' Tuesday, December U and 36. 'Pshaw. John!" replied tho old lady, in Stanford mamma IiIshcU her baby, and took off tho " that's not u muzilc. And will on tho.e dart using That's 11 dude that's the hateful stockings. Hair. Just inttnitanroiit process onPictures can b) I made he bccii up town buying a bustle fur his sis--' Also Llmo, Sand as well on cloudv ut clear dm lu As ho knelt by her sldo that night, this (jitc me n Call wish to mention that parties having Pictures to ,. was his prujer: " Dod bless papa, mamma, ter." that sol" queried j hnlarge in Cruvon, Water Color or JOHN " Is Oil, will find Stanford, it to their advantage to have it dune at hoint- - in. Dedo an' Wink, an' Hawwy, nn' peas', Dod, gazed ufter tho youth in tho. old man, as ho Ojtf speechless wonder. stead ot sending them off with strangers, at I can stotins uden. Hawwy dood now. Amen." " Wul, all 1'vo got to say coHy mem JUti at cneap anu git e entire satisfacAnd mummu went out of tho room with a sister w'ars sich uti open Is, thet ef his tion Thanking the people of I Incoln count) for cz that very huppy look on her face, nnd after that thar Is, she'll their patronage, and hoping for a continuance of git purty badly sunburnt." same, I am t ery Hetpectlullt Wink's noso looked like Dcdc's nose, and rcolu Ceroid. f J I bCHI KliKL, I'hotographer Wink's stockings never went ugain on HarCollege- Farming. arms. Cirare 1L Dujjitld, in Cltt ry's llttlo "How aro you getting along with tho ex ttian Union. X THIS nrennration. without I perimental farml" nsked a member of tho ago. board of regents of a Western ugricultural iniury.removrsFrock- jog Liver-Mole- s, .ieuwPlm GEO. A.ROMI-H- , college of tho president of tho Institution. Tlici TetniHnr SletlioiU of an Uljlitocntli pies, Slack-Head- s, Sunburn and ! "First-iate,- " replied t,ho president, "wheat Century Teacher. Tan. A few applications will render the Tho schools of one hundrcd.und fifty years I all killed up and calves taught to drink sour most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and milk. I'm having troublo.with somo of tho ago wcro not much like those of tho present. aojt. 41 llroadway and 51 New Street, hovvover. Thoy claim it is white. Viola Cream is not a paint or Jf tho children of y could by any man- students, work for them to dig thatgreat defects, but a remedy to cure too hard tho ?owdcrtocover NKWVORK CUV ner of means be given a term's tuition, all other preparations, nnd such as was known in 17T53 nnd thereabouts, I holes necessary in planting tho pumpkins " is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At drug- Stocks, Bonds, out, Professor, flrj 'cm out," Grain, Provisions and "Flro they would undoubtedly return to tho ad- returned 'cm regent. Petroloum. "If thoy kick on that, gists or mailed for 50 cfnt, Prepared by vantages now enjoyed with u higher appre- j what will tho do they noxt next fall when they O. TOLEDO, OHIO. fc IIOUC.HT SOLD A. CAKHIKI) O.V MAKUIN ciation of them thun ever yet entertained. huvo to dig tho pumpkins with maybo fif. It is amusing to read of ono who wus I' S -- bend for eitplinatjrv pamphlet 61 t Fur Fa'e at McRob:rt A Stag?', Stanford, Ky as a model of American school. teen or twenty in u hllU" Tt.iic. f ago. no 'Blasters n century und True Vitiligo Iuatlncta. THE FLORENCE Avas named Christopher Dock, and lived In Undo Silas (taking his ttrst trip on the Tennsylvanla. Acquaintances culled him elevated rullroud) Kinder nice, ain't it, the "pious schoolmaster," us it wus said 'Mandy, fur these Now. Yorkers to rido tio never lost his temper under any circumhomo on stilts this way I Beats a patent LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. I have Imucht the right to tell the Klorenre stances. He did not even uso tho switch, ' mowin maehino all holler. Washing Machine and am now prepared tofurnlth as common among teachers there, but won I Aunt Amanda Yes; an' then they can all who may with to save their clothes from the Ills pupils through kindness. When n new look lu tho winders nnd seo what every one rubbing tearing to the procctt of THE LARGEST AND FINEST tvathing.andTake one incident it and old continced, apd try be scholar came to Ids school ull tho others else in taown la havln' for dinner. Judge. I'll not worry ou about bu)Ing unlets you are fulwelcomed tho stranger by shaking hunds ly satisfied u to Its merits. HOTEL IN THE CITY. .and suylng something pleasant. The newThe undcriigned have purchased the Florence Bucklen's Arnica Salve. comer wus then told that tho school wus Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we take pleasure in adding our testimony to itt worth, '1 he hot fait e In the world tor cuU, brultci, only for good children, who would bohuve, pronounce it a but there wcro "harsh" schools for them if tore, ulicr, salt rheum, fever tores, letter, chap- RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- and without hctitation all that it claimed tuccett in every particular, doing for it ped Hands, chllhUlns, corns and all skin Wm. Daugherty, J V. Wallace, Dr. Ilourne. ' ING TO ROOMS. MrsS P Salter. A. C. Sine, Ihll Perkins, Lewis, and poiitltely cures piles, or no pay reDudderar, J. K. Lynn, l L Dawson, C Vanoy, . quired. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satittuc-HoMrs, Amanda Peak, Ceorge Pevton, Alex Ilolu. TUKKIbHcV RUSSIAN IIATHS IN HOTKL. claw, U. C. Melds, Albert Camden, Sim Kaines, K. or money refunded Price 25 cents per hot. K. Harrow, A. M. 1'eland and many others For sale by A. K. Penny, Stanford, K) M.K.KLKIN. m Headiiatters at b. b M)crs' store. Is Consumption Incurable ? table, irery, $eed and Sale Head the following: Mr C H Morrl, New- OUR YOFNG FOLKS. Constipation 16OFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. lti irt - T pur-mea- ts 1 1 Effective Remedy "WAIali F AP3SR and FX7ZHTZTT7RX. COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. n STANFORD PLMIHG MILL Floorlujt SldlugH, Celling, FlulHliliitf CO. son-in-la- court-plaste- Lumber, MouldlnxHt Hrnckcts. Scroll 1'ork. FrrtincM, Snsh. 1 DoorH, IlllitdH. Vcrnnda Work, Klc A. C. SINE. C Superintendent. I II apHinl-inenttw- ill fr W HKTcALf SURGKON DKNTtST, STANfOKD, Office touth tide .Main, u-n- ,. . "" - todiKr METOALP & HAYS, ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. IIARIIOc'RVII.LKand KasTUCKV. 'above Depot St, V. Ayer's Pills, rUM-AllKl- whole wheat crop of SH, and will pay in each the hig'iett market price for it l not sell tvithnut flrtt.etinit Superintendent I'olt. at the Mill or 1 I KllKIt the undefined (oiler Mill Co Pre. Stanf To the Farmers of Lincoln and Garrard Counties- The Stanford Roller Mill. Cimpany want. yur PINI'.VIt.M', K retpondencc toliiited. Will prartire in any court in Ka.tern Kenluicv Kaaminatlont of landlillti made a.pecialty Any Ire tract, of limber, coal and miner. I land, f ' tale. Informatmn lurnithed on any point and r ill tf C. A. BENEDICT & CO., it Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, STAMDKI), k Wellt drilled to wJrr and Pump. Iwriti.KeJ factor) price. surgeon ;dentist, L03TID &o CO. Mc:iNNKY, KV. ! A. B. FKICE, "o counlrv 1 l.mdvCn,McKliinc J A U II.I.IA.M.S will attend to mrdru dctartmet; al.ii attend to the want, of the tick, n In lit or day. In town ur I'or Drug. Medicine, the fainou. St nip ot Kite and to Ket vnur prmcriptluit. pnitnpth and cor Mir Maple rtctly filled at all hour., and to tlrl Groceries, fine t luMrt. Toilet Articln, Ac , on to To the Farmers of West Lincoln, Casey and Elsewhere. n llatiiiK a.ilK.ir.ed bt Mr C C dale, prupriet r ( llu.innville KIler Xillt, - i gem fur the pur hate of wheat ill Ihi. tecixtn tnunlr) , I call tnth anrulriK e on my old and ti tii.nd. nf the farming-- public to tn me bfra e gaeiliz their ctiilx rl. where. Ili.inir ! I am familiar the trade ahout twenty r t I fncl warrant), IthcHu.liiFt. therefore, in I derlaratmn that I will li able tn laciluate I iran.ler ot jour crop, lu the advantage u all J l (.KKUN ji a- lr ln special-breakfa- st at-th- o POWDER Depot Street, Stanford, STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE MAM ORI), K- rr. - "d J hcart-rendrin- Absolutely Pure. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDENT. Kightecnth rur trt;in. n Lebanon 1071. Pinning Mill. aSBSa BBBBBBBBBBBBBsS 1080. londay, September 3, '88 Carefully tclected corps of teachers Thorough dltcipllne Hest methods instruction Svend for circular 44 ' Siui-IIiirnr- d. (if 1TEW COAX YABD. SUPERIOR LILY CUT THIS OUT. (id CRABORCHARDSPRINGS Crab Orchard Ky. , A Ofrt'TT. Proprietor, - I KIIANON, K Doors, Sath, Itllndt, Frames, t ating. Hat McM Ingt Mantlet, llrackelt Cornice., Stair, Newc.l, and ...-....- OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Fine lira., and Siring Hand In Attendance from July lit to September Katet greatlt reduced $1 per day and 5m pir vnt and upward rilUMASNKtVMAN', Manager, JAS C KINO, Itetident Supt , 1 It KDMIhTON, Clerk ill -- llalutien, Verandas, fronts, Shelving, Counter., Hoori g Siding, Shingles, laths, Rough and Drested Lumber Send for pnect before bu) ing elsewhere. S,e it d THAT FIGHT C K. Simmon. St. Louis, Prop' M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, Ktt'J !jr?J '?, ,h" Court naraAT J. ll.cilin, Prop'r A.Q.SImmona Llv. r iieguiiior, cst-- oy 2illln tSw. M. Aj S. L. M. haa lor 47 ears CurtJ ...vv,.llw(1. IHLIUCI-IIl- l, - 'a school of long XM vouCream (yvcTt - 6j-t- The Original Wins. D.. a SPECULATIOIT. CMJEW BANKER AND BROKER TOBACCONET. X. S ArriTlTi, Sovh Stomach.' Htp! Her. T II. Itrama, Paator M. K. Cch,urch' A"1. Tenn., ithink I should have been rritet:"l Ami Kts A ItYSPafBlA-Mr- llsinini. t .- -. ,r2 G. BITTNEU CO. rr VIAHTIN. NO TS IIkooiikaii, K.V., Mav, iSJ; M. fKKKINl ono-hal- I THE GALT HOUSE, WASHING MACHINE Albright it Martin beg li inform friends and cutlomert of the change In firm name their man) ! package ol your I Medicine, and have useJ halfLiter of It. It works like a charm. I want no hetter Liver Kegulalor and cer. taloly no mora of Zellio'a mature lNUt lor your Genuine M. A. Sim. moni Liver Medicine. I have sometimes nau tn smbsl tuta "Zeilln's stufl" for your Medl cine, but It don't answer the put nose.1 Dr. J. II. Orarea, Editor Tit Alefflnhls T.nn ..... MARTIN & PERKINS, I The new firm hopet not only to sutlaln the reputation of the old, but intends to make many im ptovemenlsin the manufacture of IjImcci which will be to the interest of our cmtomera. We will devote special attention lo our Natural I.eal brands of Kentucky's best leaf, '1 hanking ou for pact favors and asking for a continuation 01 Kespectfullyyours, tour trade, we retrain, MARTINA I'KRKINS crup-tlon- s, n J iyfmtf J. T. SUTTON dc CO., HUSTONVILLE, KY. Inc. fi ANTEH' CHICKEN Cholera Cure I ViaissssssssS s s ltKivAim CAim. sk some othi;r scholar to tuko tho new ono und help him to learn. It sometimes happened thut tho latter would bo ruggod and dirty, uud no ono would bo unxlous to uctns instructor. Then Mr. Dock would offer us an inducement un illuminated card painted by his own hund. Tho following illustration is a reproduction of ono of bis reward cards : Whenever ono of tho young children hod mustered tho A 11 C's, Mr. Dock would prc--von the father to give his sou or duughter a penny, and also usk tho mother to cook two eggs us u treat In recognition of tho " day was child's diligence. Tho when u pupil began to rcud. Tho noxt morning tho 4! vent would bo commemorated toy nn illumltiuted curd. Thoro was no regu Harbour for beginning school then. Children came ut ubout tho same time as nearly as they could, utid'pussed the tiino reading Bible verses until all hud arrived. When ull "red-letter- otherwise inclined. Then Mr. Dock would ark, Ark , says, "Was down with Ahuccsn of the I, lilies, and frlendt and ph)lci.ins pronounced me me nn incurable consumptive Ilegan taking Ur. King' New Discovery for Consumption, am now on my third hottle nnd alilc tn t irsee the work un in) farm It is the finest medicine eter made." JcRe Mlddlewart, Decatur, Ohio, says' "Had It not been for Dr. Kind's New Discovery for Contuinpllon I would have died of I.ung Trnubles. Was given up by doctors Am now In the hct of health." Sample bottles free ut A 11 I'enn's drug store. a. R. B. GEOGHEGAN, SUCCESSOR TO 55t""HisSlsssBPHsssssC t M'MIOHAEL, 611 THE HATTER, 4TH AVENUE, W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KV , LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Are you made miierahle by Indigettiou, Di.Inc, I.ott of Appetite, Yellow Skin Shlloh'a Vitaliier it a positive cure. McKohcrts .V Stagir, Stanford, Ky. ; Crow A Co , McKInney Ky ; K. W, Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky. Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, a positive cure for Mcllob Catarrh, Dyphtheria and Canker-Moutens 3c StagK, Stanford, Ky. ; Crow A-- Co,, McKInney, Ky, ; K W Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky Why will)Ou cough when Shiloh's Cure will give immediate relief f Price 10c, 50c and $1.00 McKobcrts&Stagg, Stanford, Ky., Crow ic Co, McKinney1, Ky.; K.W Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky The Rev. Geo. H. Thayer, of llourbon, I ml. says: "lloth myself and wife owe 0111 lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure. McKobirtt ic Stagg Stanford, Ky,; Crow & Co., McKinuey, Ky.; K, W. Jones Crab Orchard, Ky. Comti-patioh Good turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire on reasonable terms. I.ondon Is the most convenient point on the railroad to reach places in the In the mountain section of the State. 10 The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Stock of Arc still In the hutlnetn and ready to do uny tking III the Undertaking line. Wc hate a full stock of Cases und Caskets of all kinds and Robes Our hearse, which Is nearly of every new can he obtained on short notice Mr J 11. Green has chargo of our business luid will show our goods to any one needing mi) thing In our Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill lin Ever brought $0 the city of Louisville, now open the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal In quality of flour, we think the citizens ol including1 the to the county should have county pride enough Inpatronise and sustain the same, we with to In the that we are It E. H. BURNSIDE; PROPRIETOR. KNOX A JOHN STETSON & CO'S. HATS form whombuy may concernand corn and will alyour wheat market to Anda'somy own importation of English Hats ways give the highest market price for same. We and Caps. An elegant line ot Canes aud Lyon's have added some new machinery to our corn meal and can now make meal to suit any Hotel still maintain! Celebrated Umbrellas ahvavt on hand This old and Pine department cannot be equalled by any other mill It fierson. vicinity its high reputation, and its Proprietor is determm. We solicit a trial In our flour and departmeut. All SKIN SAOQUES, GAPS, mealsale will please call having grain in our line ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel In at the Mill, where our for the State in Its Fare, Appointments, or Attenagent will be found at all times, who will give the Gfoves and other Kurt, a specialty. Orders outtion to his Ouetts. llaggage conveted to and best prices for same, llran and shlpttuff always side of city solicited, perfect satisfaction guaran- in stock. W. N. POTTS, Special accommodafrom depot free of charse teed. Don't fail to order u NOI1UV HAT. I -- tyr Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co jii if. tions to Commercial Travelers. world-renown- ed MYJEjKS kmdtel, STANFORD, KY well-kno- FALL HATS, I. NOTICE ! TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. IIAL Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Choi-era- . It is more fatal to chickens than ail other diseases combined. Hut the discovery ol u remedy nu wsitivtly turn it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial, h bottle is enough foi one hundred chickens. It is If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. 50-cen- ts guar-antee- d two-third- s For sale by McKoberts .1 Stigg, Stanford. r: sasttiiatamsidsi 'SLAV' I TV III Minis'. atajsssstswfcat; .i it.ri...i..,fr '', '