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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888101601 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. ru Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. 4H. 1888. V A NO. 71 I s the saddest events that has ft rtl.iteh,ad;.,e".l,inf;.0ton' not too much to say that tho old general if Klug, Moreland, Ky occurred in this section within our iccol-- , yesterday. rode to victory astride of a "hard cider" I'JIAftilC Tlllfl i.OKIJ. The Taris Milling Co. bought 1,NK) lection is the death of Mis. .John S.un " keg, In front of a "log cabin," while his bushels of wheat at $1 per bus. News. Owsley, which occurred at the residence LAND FOR SAL.E. supporters rang the changes in song by I,KTTKU KHO.M (iKOIHiKO. HAKXKS day and night, to A. M. Felandsold to It. Cobb, Jr., a of her father, Col. Thos. W. Miller, at ti' keep tho "ball in mo i . . .. .... .. iix) .icre on i e ?tninertpi .inn i ran i ociock yesieruay morning. A week ago ro.ui halfway bete..n the tw., place. unrrn.irn Well of Being musically inclined ' and ,,1"u" (" Hll" yHrling steers at :ic. tion . iva.1 m. II If uliii vm .u. ..I -.- Mim.eney iv nitron nave ou It t . i ; "v i'..nt hi. I.,vr ouHuerantKiaugniers vrwul Wfllpr 1l nml nf , outlet Infor cattle. nil n rather a fair singer, I did good service, in ,f Vii,i.iAMwioN,(hi.STv,'ois-n,K.hn neep s w. ii. wai.i.ack, feed m lAiiiiHvine, mil was uiKon suddenly CrOTUIIKK , IfcWS. J my small way, in swelling tho tide of yearlings for sale; also 100 Dal.ncy K). !.'.. ers. iitf ami violently ill nf itiihu... ....;..,. ,.f Wli: . Dkau Intkhioii: It to worth u pilgrim melodious doggerel that lauded the .......J. October w heat closed at Chicago Sat - bowels and had to be brought back. Ar- -' Indiana to hco tlu Whitewater grandfather of his grandson in the White nmto urday at $1.1 l; December at $1,101; Mav riving here, it was found Impossible to ! Valley, iih wo saw It Monday morning, House. One short month he reigned, 1.1 IJ. take her to her own home, and she was follouH the "slept with his fathers," and then John at tlio Mh hint. Tho railroad Cieo. II. Whitney, of Fayette, gold to conveyed to her father's instead, where, have 400 acrn, more or of Mountain, Coal graceful cnrvcH of tlio liver till It fallnin-tTyler sat iu iu his stead, to win the ha.. j,cnman uros. i:hj cattle of l,ruO pounds ,.v.rtiliin,, tl,..i ...... 1. 1... .1 ,,...... ...... Uuui uc nunc iur .1... .1 ani1 limber l,ahil to that will aJell at a bargain.un- muni hare a More room rent for furniture nl tho Ohio; and idl the way you wo a tred of his party, by that famous veto, average, $.).''.i. at leviation of hersilflerings was Wrought hard.irc or tinner' MUblihment. succession of the lowliest wooded IiIIIh that stanipeil him "traitor" with all good rhi-are cooil for 40 day For further informa During the (1 days' combination sale lly willing . CI. v to little matn, write to mkicalf ou both Hides; now frencocd in jolt and Whigs. 33 Uarbomlle.K-- . of Woodard & Harbison at Lexington avail. The grim monster had put his crimson by that ciiiiniiiK nrtlnt aututnn What "ages of ages" ago that seems to -- 71 horses brought an average of f'.WM. seal upon her and she seemed from the liKht who jmiotM the woodn in bright-huo- d be! How small the little life, that then II good yearling cotton 'lirbt to be conscious of it, and talked of Q t T beating looked so large! I am more ami more tiutH when October cornea; IUILuj rVJlV Q A T T? I mules. Itrge majority mares: ill miles death to Iwr ......... Oil 11 AflTT T?HI? OAJjl!i . iii. fe.i(t. .w. famiiv ..a.. ........ resigna ww Ky. Stagg & n gallant retreat into the valley and shad- impressed with the utterly trifling nasouwiwesi 01 iiusionvnie tion and composure. She was the only .Vino J ..n rut unit Htook ow of wintry death, and defying the ture of the issues at stake, that we mites Itoliou. child of her parents, now well stricken As I desire to leave Kentucky I will sell at great no soon to conic, by bathing the of that time magnilled inLidy Hunker, dam, the dam of Guy in years, and how fondly they loved her sacrifice 1 saw mills complete with jo hore boilers hillsides in the brightness of the resur- to life and death questions, on which the Wilkes, sold at wag the combination sale at is but partly shown in the deep anguish ana tzonorsc engines, 3 saw works, ox log wae. on burkboard. snrinir wairons. rection glory that is so soon to follow. Ho fate of the Republic hung. About as 1 lajxington, Friday, for $d,.00, to Garrett that now tries their very souls. It was on und harness sokes of cattle. ofmules, i horse. grist mill complete, and my farm acres of 5.60 thu dying christian's face lights up with momentous they were as those concern- Img, ltullalo. sell nrivatclv. truly pitiable to see Col. Miller, when we snonianuwcu iiiuiiereu WillMART SMITH, unfading life, as gazing ing which the good Hoosiers are being of thu Alcagetta, valuel at 12,000, felldeud attempted to talk with him Maywood, Ky about her steadfastly across the chasm of the tomb, Ixmibarded at the rate of 2,.VW s;eeches at the Lexington trotting course' Satur- yesterday. Great tears rolled down his the eye Iniholds tho letter things be- a week at this present writing, as lam day just as 1'UIIMC SALE OF she completed a race, making cheeks ami he was so overcome with yond, and sends back to earth a parting credibly informed. 0 tfinori.' U morrt! the third to do so there. emotion he could scarcely articulate. SHORTHORN CATTLE! smile, such as seraphs wear habitually. Sir Intntil.' The increase of the yield of corn this God pity him and his wife iu their beSo the season of the falling leaf is not And all the rest of them. What a lit year over livii estimated at (wiO.OOUOOO is reavement. Messrs. Granville Cecil and R. M. Fisher, of all sadness; and there is a hopeful way of tle farce it all is, compared with the real nishels. This has been a reirular Cleve In the bright flush of young woman- no) ir county, win noid a joint sale 01 lathionably -looking ou it, even when bred Shorthorn Cattle at the issues 01 ine tnat t would fain con- land year for the fanner, hood, Miss Malinda Miller was led to the " The melancholy days base conic, vince my countrymen of, but which they J. P. Crow, of McKinney, bought at marriage altar by the man who is left to FAIR CROUNDS, DANVILLE, OCT. 23 '88, the ildet of the year.' are so slow to recognize. Woodward k Harbison's sale a Belmont mourn her loss, and a lovelier bride nev- Ileg1nn1ng.1t t I met a very agreeable surprise on my o'clock, V M Those desiring Five hours in the city were pleasantly sudlion for $HX); can stallion by er developed into a fonder wife nor catalogues nf obtain tnem promptly by .idtlrcs. to the city. A Haptist preacher of wiiy 1.. 1.. u.. .i... t either named at Danville, Ky. i" Costello for 17o and a .loe Downing a more devoted mother. Kight children ing C. Kidd the abuse I' will be Auctioneer. Indianapolis came to our end of the car, ........ T. .., , ""'i'-'"..,,., HUl, .,.....,,..,K, shook me cry cordially by the hand; blesned their union and no death had knowing that jewelers' day meant closed I). Thompson, Key A Co., of Wash- heretofore come to mar the said he was glad to know me, that he beauties of a doors at noon, was hugely disappointed ington county, sold l:t mule colts to W. truly happy home. Otioof her daugh knew of our work, rejoitvd in it, and on going to Diihme's to have Marie's S. Brewer at i". to fSO. W. II. Terhune t with all his heart. I bade me ts had married and become a mother, Wc will ocll at public auction to the highest bidwatch "fixed," to find all shut up. has oold in the last ten days 000 ewes at and she, and the oldest bon, were denied der on record, and fervent herewith gratefully Dear Hro. Ijiy us on arrival; $'2M to Sl.itj. Harrolsburg DeiniM'rat. the mournful privilege of being with her SATURDAY, OCT. 20, '88, ly hope I may meet mom clerical bicth-redined us at the Women's Kxch.iugo ami Tom Curtis sold to Col. Thomas .1. in her Inst momenta. The telegraph like him, (iod hlcus this good brothOn the premises a yes' didn't leave us till he had heaped up Moberley two weanling mule colts for terday told them of their terrible loss er. His greeting was a "cup of cold wafresh obligations upon ouralready heavi-- i FINE FARM OF 271 ACRES, J.M0. One of them took the premium at and they hastened to come and look ter to a thirsty soul." He is one of a for hearts. Sister Imv was with the Kirksville fair ami the other the red the last time on the face of her who had Known Msthe 'Chilhowie Farm,'' formerly owned "remnant according to the election of us too. Hut by Dr. R J Ilrrckiuridge, and situated on Knob "Hibiilluns" was left at ribbon at the Richmond fair. Richgrace," in whom my inmost mouI dedone so much for them. None but those l.lcl. pike about a miles from Shelby City. A home, well, and "sweeter than ever." mond Register. lights. And can't help asking myself ...I .. llUVC experienced the fearful blow guuu resiucnce on ine lariu anu me nutnouses in good repair; abundance ul fine water ihelarmls The e. i. accommodation 011 the C, The next man who comes into thi can realize the awful auonv that pos.sesN- "Why are, all tho rct not like him?" and,,n a.?nf sU".i't "'"'"'" .This Williams-towfarm willbe X.O.AT.l'. brought us to publicly on ahene date if not ollice with a big beet or a monster raddish CH the SOUl to KIIOW that "mother l.sdead." "ld privately before A bargain can be had in There is not one of all my brethren in in great comfort. It is only :?. will be promptly . . .. . this farm the miniMry who has any moie cause to miles from shot. The oflico boys 11. IS II njronmnjr, lUltl andajear., Ukus -- Half cashandbalancein Cincinnati. The same from can't live on c dislike "llni. Ikirnes" than this hum them, nor will our solitary wo who have similarly suflered know, m eiiu.il payments, with intere.t Georgetown. Quite accessible from tout . AI.COUN, from lndiainiMilis. pig, even after long and prayerful fasting, of what slight avail is human sympathy Iain not going U mnrnlf. Come and see us fVtd Stanford, Ky everybody. to do him an ill turn by giving his name; apiica.se its hunger with them. Bring us in such an hour. May the God of Mercv Our friend Menifee, who asked us here, your other remarkable productions, but temper the aflliction 'to their temporal but I'll not forget it soon; and I hope the met us iu PnHW the city, but had to follow on liiil will enter this loving greeting to latter train, ou account of business. be sure they can be "et," after the peri- ability to bear and sanctify it to their od of exihition. his credit in "the books" that shall "be eternal welfare. Fovsouulty. Due preparation had, however, been opened" one day. J. W. Ferguson sold to John Kmbrv Mrs. Owsley was born in Madison coun- , made, ami we were soon llUell allluMIeTL mv Our last service in Hrookville was a stalled at the Johnson House, and, on 'W-- t for Nelson Morris, of Chicago, 04 tV Mav '.1. lbll'. and Wiisnmmed tn Hun. Dansilleand llustonville pike. iH filace. on..the the .., . ... .. i . ...... . - fat cattle averaging 1,5.V) ' I... ' :. ..1 ... t ,4 ...... rl ..v... .J.M..WH, complete triumph for the dear Uuin. nnnai, heaieii a ixniiiwiui ami aiiracpounns at ." e. John Sam Owsley, October 13, 1801, her and convenient to churches and.....n..uj ou ", school., The jtcoplo pressed forward to tdiuLo l tive supper table. If the meeting is as They are for export and a very fine lot. death occurring on her marriage mini' good and enjoyable as our first meal, we Oct. 17, 1888, Kahn bought of James K. Clay 100 head verssiry, it will be seen. She was given hands with us in a nay as grateful as sur- shall have a good time. averaging l,."00, and of Bedford k Ken- every advantage that wealthy and lov- Mr Farm of about 315 Acres of MucGrass Land prising, considering how slowly they I'ver in Jesus, Gko. O. Biiim. About M Ovation; came to the overflow ing point, lint nedy, 150 head weighing 1,000 ounds, at ing parents could bestow in education bcr and the acres in cu in Krasa 7$ acres in tim a remainder It has on it CHURCH AFFAIRS. frame dwelling, containing 7 rooms. Tho when they did, they Iwilod over like a same price. Tne latter says he has paid and other ways, and she became a most outbuildings are roomy and in cood repair. Farm kettle of hot sugar, nil at once. Wo were Rev. F. I.. N. Pott, who went as , out $450,000 for cattle iu Bourbon this accomplished and cultivated ladv. Pos- - is well watered '1 he place will...be offered ill three ............ .i.t j me . . aifKrccaic ... . , 4n. .uu uicii Itiite touched by It, and hot to go back a missionary to China, fell in love with 80US0 'fans Kentuckiau. sesscu oj a sunny Uisposmon ami niwnva taken Terms mh wiiDic.sna dav oesisale I'os- made known on of next summer and have a very glorious an almond-cveready to speak a kind word to every one "rV,io" slven immedia,el.v-o" ,n" Phaser de. miss ami married her at Democratic Speaking. "second benefit" at the capital of Frank- Shanghai recently. she met, hhe Was universally loved, and At the same time and placet will sell my per- 1". farmmtt Tl"-- d, tarries. V have lin, if tlio dear committee appointed to pro- - her death Will create UII aching VOld as nonal property, consistint; of a goodjack; onebrood ' -- Rev. Hen Helm will begin a pro- -' Mares, both of them in toal to a good closed our last three series of meetings traded meeting cue louowing well ill her church and iuiililinrlin,l n "4dle and harness Horse, and one N """""""-at the fresbyterian nay and one 0 one Horse, by an evening "Holy Communion" ser- church the latter part of the week, lllrt IIHt "MlRnmentH, with tho promise in her own household. She was a inein- - ol,i Mule, i weanling Mule Colt, 6 or 8 head young lot consist. vice, with a few, who lieliuvu fully that wife and children will accompany him. froln l'ach that tlie IKint- - l... of .1... Cumberland Presbyterian ine ofof Milk Cows, a andorCalves: Cattle, of Ho- " " a lot steers. Heifers there is health for body and soul in the -- The attendance at the Baptist 'Theo-- I "lont witl't)l- - ''': church for yearn and was a devoted Chris f&oVSSd Ki.cfenumireTt'lo "11 faithful partaking, in loving fellowship, logictd Seminary, Iuisville, is unusual- tuiifonl, Wednesday afternoon, Octo-l- y mm wiMiiiui. tons Timothy and Hay, a ai iter request, mane a sm.uiofioi ni v neat anaMillet 01 lorn. lot of Oats, a ,,er 17' Hon- Ja,,iw - McCreary. of the broken loaf "and tho cup of blessshoit time before her death, the remains Terms liberal and madelot full. The institution is now the larg- known on day of sale ing." Very precious was our gathering est one of the kind iu America and even J "onvuie, liiursday afternoon, Oct. will bo taken to Walnut Flat church, 1 D Kngli.h, Auctioneer. I'. LAND, More'and, Ky in Dr. Stcsldard's parlor, after the last at this it will soon have to be enlarged. IS, Hon. J. H. McCrcarv where sho worshiped, ami at 11 o'clock V S to bee tmc will be sold also hall, and dearer than Wayneshurg, Saturday afternoon, Oct. service at tho town -- The Kentucky State her pastor, Itev. It. H. Caldwell, l ever seemed tho Loan's sweet Iaivk, as Kxecutivo Committee desires to employ 1!0, V. K. Varnon ami J. H. Paxton. will preach the funeral discourse, after we surrounded His table. After, Goshen, Saturday night, Oct. 20, W. which the remains will be borne to their visitors; salary three Sunday-schoo- l so vend present were anointed Laymen who can sing preferred. Ad- 11. Miller,!). H. Carpenter nud J. A. lust testing place iu Iluil'alo Cemetery. for bodily healing, for ailments already dress II. V. Hunter, Chairman, Louis- Chapped!. A model woman has fallen in the height fiarsaparllla, and bo suro jou get It, at work; a lilting appendix to tho loving ville. .M.. Higgins' school house, Sugar of her usefulness, and the entire section when you want tho best At the request of several ladies of Grove, Saturday night, Oct. 20, It. C. mourns with the stricken family in the provision made in the Iiiid'n Supper, With Its forty years from others not yet in hate- the Christian church we will publish in Warren." for security loss that falls socrushingly on them. fe of unexampled mic- 1 full iu our next issue the excellent ser- ful and tormenting activity. 1 7 Stanford, Monday afternoon, Oct. 22, w&y v ccss in tlio cure of Mrs. C. W. Whipp, a sister of J. G. Wood Diseases, you llro. Will Ferguson and Sister May mod on Jacob and Ks.ut, preached by lions. J. A. Craft and J. S. Van Winkle. Sweeney, of . Lancaster, died in Casey. I JViS-- 3 e can make no were with us again onSatunJay and Sun- Hev. George Darsie during tho late reCrab Orchard, Saturday afternoon, Oct. Mrs. John Cash, who lives near iu preferring day; and came with us to the city. These vival here. 27, Hon. J. A. Craft, Klector, Hans. T. Ayer's Maywood, died Sunday evening of tyPhiladelphia has now 07.") churches, P. Hill and J. W. Alcorn. two are as steadfast friends as we have anywhere and their presence is a bene- New York .":ij, Chicago 1171 and llrook-lyMcKinney, Saturday night, Oct. 27, phoid fever. She leaves a husband and .'100. Of those iu Philadelphia the Hon. James W. Alcorn, J. 11. Paxton young child to stiller and irreparable Will Is one of those dear, diction, over. to any other. Tho loss. of modgenerous men, who seem to delight in Methodists lead with 107, tho Kpiscopa and W. K. Varnon. ern blood medicines, anticipating one's every want; the soul Hans have 10J, the Presbyterians 101, the Stanford, Monday afternoon, Oct. 20, Syrup of Flgt Ayer's Sarsaparilla ' of as ho in as Baptists S.1 ami the Itoman Catholics 51. lions. M. J. Durham and T. F. Hollam. honor and as Is still the most popGeo. 0. Rimes, tho Kentucky evanto hide from his left hand what Wayneshurg, Tuesday afternoon, Oct. la Nature' own true Uxatire. It i tba solicitous ular, being in great er demand than all the right hand delights in doing. Hut gelist, is now devoting his energies to :W, Hon. M. J. Durham and It. C. War- most easily taken, and tba moat effective remedy known to Cleanse the System others combined. ren. for him we should have fared ill, onco the conversion of men from the when Dilioui or Costtro; to dispel Headhabit of arguing " A'Jer-- Sarsaparilla Is selling fas of need. Ood bless Highland, Wednesday afternoon, Oct. and again, in times Colds, and Fererij to Cure Habitthan ever before. I never hesitate to him for all he has been to his vagrant that Jehovah did not intend for the hu- :il, Hon. Thos. W. Varnon, W. H. Mil- aches, recommend It." George W. Whitman, ual Constipation, Indigestion, Files, etc. Chiman nice to feed on animal .food. ler and C. It. Hell. Druggist, Albany, I ml. friends. Sunday evening we saw tho huh set in cago Tribune. Mr. Haines said somePreachersville, Wednesday night, Oct. Manufactured only by the California Fig 'I am safe In saying that my sales of Ayer's Sarsapiirilla far excel those of glory from the observatory of thing about tho question in a lato letter 31, Hon. W. 0. Hansford, j'. H. Paxton Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. unclouded aay othor, and it gives thorough satisfacFor sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. tion." h. II. Hush, Dcs Moines, Iowa. the Sanitarium, and it was n sight not to this paper, which the Tribune magni- and W. E. Varnon. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla ond Ayer's rills. South Fork Station, Thursday aftersoon to bo forgotten. Thu hills around fies, but he is not devoting his energies Bringing Gladness my aro tlio bust, soiling mememt's to any alarming extent to it. (Sod is noon, Nov. 1, Hon. T. W. Varnon and so transcendently beautiHrookville are To millions, pleasing their palates and ' storo. I can recommenit mom conscienC. Blcklmus, Pharmacist, ful that my pen cannot do justice in de- lovc and Nothing Klsc is his theme and A. K. Denny. oleansing their systems, arousing their Lir j tiously." III. Itoseland, Milledguville, Thursday night, Nov. 1, ers, Kidneys, scribing them. Then, wo saw tho grand will be till he dies. Stomachs, and Bowels to a "Wo lmvo sold Ayer's Sarsaparilla The Women's Missionary Society for Hon. It. J. Hreckenridge and A. K. ' orb lifting hit) radiant face in tho east, as always years bore for over usuny activity. suca 11 thu mission of, rt.c0lnnl0n,i lt thirty asked andname the to whon we dressed for an early breakfast the the Danville District held a pleasant and Denny. ' the famous California liquid fruit remedy, W. T. .McLean, host next morning. He had been, meanwhile, pnrfitablc meeting heio Saturday and Hustonville, Friday afternoon, Nov. 2, Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. Sunday, though it was not largely at- lions. It. J. Hreckenridge and James W. Byruporrfgi. blazing in brightness on our friends in I have sold your medicines for tho For Bale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. last seventeen years, and always keep India and Australia. Wonderfol are tended from a distance. Among those Alcorn. them In stock, as they are staples. Hright's school house, Friday night, these circuita of our gloriotiH sun. More present were Misses Maggio Polk and 'There Is nothing so good for the youth-fi- d That Hacking Couj(h can be so quickly eurcp Bull, of Perryvillo; Mrs. S. C. Nov. 2, A. K. Denny nnd W. E. Varnon. by Shiloh's blood' as Ayer's Sarsaparilla." wondrous still the vlsitH of tho Sun of Cure. We guarantee it, Mcltobcrts Wis. Righteousness, and "the healing in His Trueheart, of Millersburg, and Mrs. SawOttcnheim, Saturday afternoon, Nov. A Stagg, Stanford; Crow A Co., .McKinney; E. It. L. Parker, Fox Lake, gives the best "Ayor's Sarsaparilla W. Jones, Crab Orchard. yer, wife of tho presiding elder of tho 3, W. H. Miller and J. A. Chappell. beams." satisfaction of any medicine I have in Sleepless nighu ma Je miserable by that terrible stock. I recommend It, or, as tho We saw (Jen. Harrison's gravo at Cumberland Gap District. Miss Polk Kingsville, Saturday night, Nov. 3, Cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you Doctors sav, ' I prescribe it over the North Bend as we passed. The first po- presided over tho deliberations of tho Hon. J. W. Alcorn aDd W. E. Varnon. Mcltobcrts & Stagg, Stanford; Crow & Co., Mccounter.' It never falls to moot the I remember was tho body and little Miss Lula Allen made a canes for which I recommend it, even litical campaign Speaking in afternoon at land at night Kinney; K. W. Jones. Crab Orchard. where the doctors' prescriptions have Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath secured "log cabin and hard cider" humbug of very excellent secretary. A number of at 7 o'clock. been of no avail." U, i. Calhoun, by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy l'ricejo cents. Nasto. I was a" prodigious "Whig" and tho interesting papers were read, together Monmouth, Kansas. G. L. asks for a method of preparing al Injector free. McKobcri A Stagg, Stanford; "other fellows" were "Loco Focos" in with a very gratifying report of the exCrow Co., McKinney; K. VV. Jones, Crab rch. thobo earlier days, when at tho nature cellent work tho Society is doing. Tho cider, so it will remain sweet. Dip a ard. stick in melted sulphur, set it on llro and Will you surTer with Dy.pep.ia and liver Com age of 13 I threw myBelf with all the vig- ladies deserve great praise for their PREPAHRD BT barrel, then agitate plaint! Shiloh's Vitaliier is guaranteed to cure labors to extend the gospel to hold in a or of an ardent nature into the struggle Dr. J. C. Ayer St Co., Lowell, Matt. Scientific Amer- you. McKoberts & Stagg, Staiilord ;'Crow A Co, of that memorable year. It was a period every tribe and tongue, which have been it and complete filling. McKinney; K, W.Juno, Crab Orchard, rtlce ; six bottles, 1. Worth ii a botllt. and thocumpaign blessed even beyond their expectations. ican. of song, wimvii pi.sk ditties of "Tippecanoe and Tyler too" mw nuiiu.iu jiiuj have not been surpassed since. It Is in DEATH'S DOINGS. ' -- The lxington running races began lUffi "n ':h b"1 '." .,:l!.co.'n,c:: NEWCOMB HOTEL. MT. VERNON, KY. This old and well-knoHotel it still maintaining it fine reputation. Charges reasonable. See- cial attention to the traveling public M.I' NKWCOMH. Prop, sJ-0- -- - X - 1 , ... I - Ml Vernon, Ky. first-clas- '" " W JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished, First Mountain Lands I o ..-- 1 .... 1 I i'". !, I class Fare and Reasontbte Trices. Day and night Trains are met by Polite Porter"ot this Popular House. aor-t- f. THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. n 1 I 1 THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. X jS-t- f rates $2.50 to $4 per day. accord-in- c to rooms: TURKISH RUSSIAN HATHS IN HOTEL. 1 STANFORD, KY., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. This old and well-knoHotel still maintains its high reputation, and its Proprietor is determin. ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to his Guests. Itaggage conveyed to and from depot free of charge- - Special accommodations to Commercial Travelers. MY18S MOTIEIL 11 .,r. ;"" I 6;-l- -- I PUBLIC SALE! Uod-.spei-- d n wny-lni- CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS Crab Orchard, Ky. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Fine Urass and String Hand in Attendance from 1 A n July ist to September tst. Rates greatly reduced, ' ueari-ruiHll- ...!!. ti per day and 3,1 1H 1 cln-m- $10 per week and upward. THOMAS NEWMAN, Manager JAS C. KING, Resident Supt.; D. 11 EDMISTON. Clerk. ; I 11 ' plea-sintl- v 111 """""" a,i I -- THE FLORENCE WASHING MACHINE I have bought the right to sell the Florence Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish all who may wish to save their clothes from the rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of washing. Take one and try it and be convinced. I'll not worry you about buying unless you are fully satisfied as to its merits. The undersigned have purchased the Florence Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, and without hesitation pronounce it a success in every particular, doing all that is claimed for it: Wm Daugherty, j. W. Wallace, Dr. Hourne, Mrs S. P Salter, A. C. Sine, Hill Perkins, Lewis Dudderar, J. K. Lynn, L. I.. Dawson, C. Vanoy, Mrs. Amanda Peak, Oeorge Peyton, Alex Holtt-claC. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. E. Harrow, A. M. Keland and many others. ' 111 J Wednesday, '' ..,:-.- 1 d r lin , s Headquarters at S. M.F. ELKIN. S Myers' store. 1 worl-,nar- I NOTICE t TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill tin the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal in quality of flour, we think the cituens ol the county should have county pride enough to patroni'e and sustain the same. We wish to Inform whom it may concern that we are in the market to buy your wheat and corn and will always give the highest market price for same. We have added some new machinery to our corn meal department and can now make meal tn suit any person. It cannot be equalled by any other mill in this vicinity We solicit a trial in our flour and meal departmeut. All having grain in our line for sale wilt please call at the Mill, where our agent will be found at all times, who will give the best prices for same. Bran and shlpstuff always in stock. W. N. POTTS, Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co aji tf. - .1 -- -- Sunday-Schoo- to-da- y coin-muuio- u, J). Ask For Ayer's blood-purlllcr. 1 8$i ' 1 m r. s. ms.ktin, ino. m. rerkins IIrodhead, Ky., Mav, iS3;. nils-tak- Albright & Martin beg to inform their and customers of the change in firm name n Sarsaparilla MARTIN & PERKINS, foro-runn- er open-hande- d The new firm hopes not only to sustain the reputation of the old, but intends to make many Improvements in trie manufacture of tobacco which will be to the interest of our customers. We wilt devote special attention to our Natural Leal brands of Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking you for past favors and asking for a continuation 01 your trade, we remain, Respectfully yours. MARTIN & PERKINS. meat-eatiu- Lebanon Planing Mill. 1871. 1888. 111 A. OFFUTT, Proprietor,- - - LEBANON, KY Doors. Sash. Blinds. Frames. Casinjr. Rase Mold ings Mantles, Brackets, Cornices, Stairs, Newels, llalusters, Verandas, More rronts, shelving. Counters, Floori.ig, Siding, Shingles, Lathi, n blood-purlftor- ." Rough and Dressed Lumber, Send for prices before buying elsewhere. &ivery, eed and ale $t libit, C Ayer's Sarsaparilla, 1 W. H. JACKSON A CO., PRO'RS. ' half-fille- d LONDON, KY., Cood turnouts and saddle horses always for hire on reasonable terms. London is the most convenient point on the railroad to reach places in the in the mountain section of the State. to Ff "- - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1G, 18S8 Wb stop the press to announce that Stanford, Ky., October W. P. WALTON. liov. llii.i., who wns President yoke fellow when they were electof ed governor and lieutenant-governo- r New York hy 1!L,000 majority, spent lust week in Indiana and spoke to vast crowds on the burning issue of the cam paignthe reduction of the onerous tariff". His arguments wero dimply unanswerable and completely upset the efforts of the "magnetic and tattooed Btatestuun" whoisdoingtheStatefor Harrison. Here in Kentucky, where weilem-ocrat- u have things our own way, we con hardly conceive how tierce the political battle wages in the lloosier Statu. During th day thousands of speakers are telling the people how to vote and the nights are turned over to torchlight pro cessions and other demonstrations, till everybody has been drawn into the maelstrom. The republicans with audacity, are claiming every thing, but it is plain to see that they are whistling simply to keep their courage up. The most reliable information from there is that Cleveland will carry the State by a larger plurality than in 1884. Clove-land's lond-mouth- the paper that published that "Gen. ilradley" was n rebel brigadier is a prevaricator and the truth is not in it. The "general" was not in the war on either side to speak of and the only damage to any person, place or thing we have ever heard of him doing or threatening, was when bo deliberately drew a knife before an audience anil said if he thought there was a drop of radical blood in his veins lie would cut an artery and let it run out. No, the general was not a warrior in time of war; he is simply a pugilist In time of peace. y weeks from till tierce battle of the ballots will be the waged. The prospects of democratic suc cess brightens as the days go by and everything points to a famous victory. It goes without saying that Kentucky's electoral vote will be cast for Cleveland to-da- It is just three and Thurnian.but every democrat should strive to swell tho majority to such a figure that tho republicans will hang their heads for very shame. An analysis of the vote by States pubshows that lished by the Courier-Journthe republican claim that they will have the next House is not fortified by the facts. It shows a republican gain of 11 and a demoenrtie gain of 111. The pres ent democratic majority in the House is 15 and from the prbsont outlook it will bo increased a few votes, rather than dial There wero ISnowcases audi! deaths FARM SALE. from yellow fever at Jacksonville SunOn account of haJ health. I offer fur ale my day, and U now cases and 1 death at De fit r in containing i, Hcre fannlni; luiul, well int. prmcd.und 70 acre limber land near liy. Kur catur. II. I', l'.S t'l'.S, particulars addicts. Mi Kinney, Lincoln county, Ky. SI U Two thousand miners employed by the Conoba Coal and Mining Company at Illoctou, Ala., have struck against u LTTMB2DB, reduction of wages. Tho St. liuis papers aro telling I have purchased the tumher y.udi of Mewa. (lenrgc about the arrival of Mayor Dave Francis' a big li. Wearen and M Unite an J ill open yard At the one purchased of Mr Wearen sixth son, who canio '22 years to tho day Ileudea lumber in rough anil drexed, I will carry n Urge line of window aahe, dooi and alunglca, from the time of the next governor's ar- lath. )ot and the picket fenceS formerly old by (5. IIOCKKK Mr. Wearcn. rival in the city of his adoption. Tho opinion is almost unanimous in Washington that Congress will adjourn, To tho Farmers of Lincoln and take a long rceess or in some other way Garrard Counties- bring tho session to an end within the next week. It is certainly time. The Stanford Knller Mills Company want our hole pay in Tho Chicago street ear strike, which highestwheal crop of 1SS8,itand willnot en raOi the price for market wunoui io lasted II days, ended Sunday, tho ques fintaeeing Superintendent I'uin ai the Mill or T. I. rOSI'HI iu.i ..iit. I'rct Stanford Holler Mill. Co tion of wages being compromised, ait adtt vance being secured, although the scale C. A. BENEDICT is lower than that originally demanded. CO., Near Cochran, On., a negro named Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Win. Johnson outraged Mrs. C. O. NewSTANFORD, KY man, the wife of his employer. Being captured and identified by his victim, he Weill drilled was hung to a tree and his body riddled factory price. 10 order and I'umpt lurnlihed with bullets. FOR i OVERCOATS I IN TABS! 1 r Satinets and Kerseys, Worsteds and Chinchillas. In Light and Dark Colors and in Light Medium and Heavy "Weights. Our Stock is Full of Fresh Goods. Conic Early and get Choice of PateniH and Sizes. , MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. r r i" W, MtTCALr j It is said that Uov. Knott will likely ;iuh On the 'd of November the engageCivil Service Commission. ment of long standing between Dr. Harsucceed to the METOALF & HAYS, Next Saturday is Democratic Day at ry Goodman and Miss Irwin Baker will ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. the Cincinnati Exposition and the rail be consummated in their marriage. IIAKWH'KVIM r and IMNKVII.LK, KY. Miss Baker used to Ax Atchison, Kas., attorney, who dic-- n roads all otlcr low rates. Will practice In any court In Kaitcrn Kentucky S:J,0OO,O0O acres of the attend college here. More than mien rod eiiiht vears ago. and was Ktaminaliont of land title made atpeclalty Any thought to have been killed by the cars, public domain have been restored by the The Ixmisville papers announce the lie tram of timber, ual and mineral land for tale. Information Inrnuhed on any point and tor marriage of Mr. IlarryTamplettandMiss the remains of one who was having been present democratic ailminisirauon. retpondence tolicitcd. 1S1 if K. J. Kelley, a drummer from identified as his, has turned up alive in Carrie Meynelle, which will occurin that Ohio, dropped dead in the iSilch-e- r citv on the iMtft. Both are Colorado. His wife, after mourning a House, Danville, Thursday night. for him, cast oil" her old respectable time here, having attended several of the Mer The republicans of Indiana propose ry Bachelors',! lops. love for a new, and now has several children by the man who took her to to raise the corruption fund from Mr. and Mrs. Kvan Waters will celewife, under tho impression that she was per vote, and special agents are now in brate the oOth anniversary of their marBHiiaaBiSaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaSaaull I free to give herself to him. It has not pursuit of the lloating voters. riage The union has been a hapA brother of (Jon. John H. Castle-ma- n py one ami all their friends and acquainyet developed how the matter will be arhas been nominated by the demo- tances sincerely congratulate them on NHsMTCBaBlSffilBflff! ranged, but the woman, no doubt, joins in the wish that the cars had crats for Congress in the Dili Missouri, attaining their golden wedding, a privi- w the nublic r"?rt .T "P w ww. WOT killed the fellow' instead of the other! which is equivalent to election. lege enjoyed by few in this world of disj man. HUSTONVILLE, KY. The League pennant was presented ease and death. ball club Sunday re Mill In the limine and ready to do jn SiiKitiKK Gimnt, the nominee of the to the New York l?ae line Grand Tobacco Excursion to Richmond, We date u full iln in the Tammany democrats for mayor of New night by Hon. Amos Cumminus before stock of Cae and Caalriaot allMmW and Kohea Virginal. of every Our heartc, which i nearly a largo audience at the Star Theatre. York, announced in a card that he would .Mr new can obtained on Special excursion train with Pullman Green I1.1tbecharge of our short mince will J II The dress of little Minnie Hoyd, of nhow liuamoa ami withdraw in favor of a union candidate Heepinj; cars will leave our gooija 10 any one needing aii)thlnK m our Mexico, Mo., caught lire from tho grate Drawing-roo, lur if Mayor Hewitt would, rather than sacH l ixitiKtnn, Ky., Oct. '.KM at -' o'clock-noonrifice the interests of the National ticket, and not only burned her to death, but rent'hitiK Uiehinond, V11., the next suffocated. kkile .aaaaaw r. First-Clas- s. but the latter stubbornly refuses, pre- her two baby sisrers were Paulino McCoy, a colored girl, aged day at 10 a. t., running on fast express ferring his own advancement to the sucUCDDli Passengers can leave Iniusvilkwit 11) years, was hanged at Tnion Springs, time. fj urwa cess of Cleveland and Thurman. It is Cream Ala., Friday for the murder of Annie 7::50 a. M., connectiii with the .special at said, however, that should both run to aged 14 yeiuv, last Lexington; and can leave Cincinnati at the finish it will not jeopardize the tick- Jordon, a white girl, VIP.'A. 'inn inip.ira(.ion,wiiiiou( 8:1.0 a. i., connecting with the special at J 'ASH liijiirT.rciraovcs Frocket, but draw out u larger democratic vote; February. round-triVr...AJ" i0 Livor-Molnrate from Plm- Hon. Hugh McCullocli, Secretary oj Winchester. The in other words the light in the party Black-Headthe Treasury in the cabinets of Presi- Ijuisville anil Cincinnati will he SKI; plos, A few applications Sunburn and there will, like the lighting of cats, rewill render the Tan. r dents Lincoln, Johnson and Arthur, an" and from I'xinjjton $tL moat htublxirnly red akin soft, smooth and sult in more cats. nounces that he will vote for President privileges will he tinuited on the return white. Viola Oroam is not a paint or , trip 011 nit Virginia Imposition excursion powdertocoTcrdefccu, but a remedy to cure Adam Korepaugh, Cleveland. It is superior all . after a six months' tour of the principal TheCouit of Appeals has affirmed tickets. Kxcursionists will have an op- is guaranteed to gireother preparation,! and to satisfaction. At (I country, has returned to the constitutionality of the act authori.- - portunity to inspect the cheap lands and gnus or mailed for CO cent. Prenared niK cities of tho br New York enthusiastic over tho pros- ing the Sinking Fund Commissioners to visit the interesting historical cities of G. C. .Sc CO., j Virginia. For rates address li. W. FulI TOLEDO, OUIO. pects of democratic victory. So strongly hire the convicts outside the walls of the ler, Cteiieral Passenger Agent Chesa- ror t is he convinced that Cleveland will be penitentiary. McKnhcrtt .V Siagg'i, Stanford, Ky j Seventy deaths have already result- peake & Ohio Hailway, Iuisville, Ky. own successor that ho has put his his money to talking by taking betsamount-in- g ed from a collision on the Lehigh Valley HILTON MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. tlAVIt J to 10,000 and says he is going to put road and more nro to follow. A drunkup S2"),000 on him before the election. en engineer seems to have been tbecause All old accounts and notes due F. HX3CTOJST& The betting that Cleveland will win is of the terrible disaster. L. Thompson will he found in the hands IlKALER IN Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, The recent hurricane tore from the of C. C. Williams if not paid on or bemade at big odds all over the country. bottom and destroyed much of thesponge fore November 1st. -- t the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over KOWI.ANI), KY., Coi.. Swopk, having designated a few on the coast of Cuba, and it is feared that select democrat, as being worthy to meet the trade in sponges will necessarily bo There are about 20,000,000 of working llavcjiut opened a new Mock of Men'a and Hoy t llal( Cana, lloott, Shoei, him on the stump, and the most of theni suspended for sonic time. people in this country, anil only about Clothing, and Family Uroceriea AKoDry (Jooda, Notion dealera in being absentorotherwisoengaged, Chairle feud in Perry one in every lit of them Ibid employ- Coal.If Country produce taken in exchange for The at highett market price. Come one, come Different styles and prices. Our Boo. A ford proposed to him to permit a man stock consists largely of the better county has been brought ngain to notice ment in highly protected industries, and all, and learn the advantagca in trade joint discussion with Charley Uronston, by the assassination of hlijali .Morgan, a they get lower average wages than those hgrades, and includes some of tho very best vehicles made for the but the gallant colonel, for "reasons sat- brother of tho wife of J. C. Kversole, who who are at work in the unprotected inLouisfactory to himself," declined. Tho trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. with Combs was assassinated Inst spring. dustries. Does high protection protect, isville Times thinkH that after a few more Chinnadvi-ces- . then? Yes, it protects but not labor or Sa.v FuANt'isni, Oct. You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. will surveys of his person his per Bteamer City of Pekin, state that wuges. It protects the capitalists, like have grown so great that ho will limit on the night of Aug. 11! a flood caused by Carnegie, and makes their exorbitant LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE Ids joint discussions hereafter to the Pres- great rains inundated 20 villages, drown- profits solid. Boston tJlobe. RAILROAD. ident. MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. ing more than 10,000 person.! and large uoitltiB CTu Wltn Uar. The Great- Mra. Qulvor (waking In tho night) John, The Cincinnati Commercial says: "Tho numbers of animals, in tho Len Li Ho I'm sure tbero's burglars ! Louisville Commercial is getting back in- district. THROUGH TRUNK LINE. Mr. Quiver (slocplly;-Stu- ffl Let 'em Thos. Wardell, a wealthy land ownto tho ranks of orthodox republicanism burgle. To The again." Jess so. It has been remarked er and coal operator, was shot and killed Mrs. Quiver-- O John I didn't you promise at tho altar to protect me I repeatedly by democratic journals, but liy a number of striking miners at Mr. Quiver Bah I And didn't you prom-is- o Mo., Saturday. When assaulted that paper invariably replied that the V,th to obey me It's a stand-off- . Judge. It can hardly with brickbats by tho miners ho fired a diagnosis was incorrect. Keeping- - It m Dark tiecret. have the hardihood n'ow.to deny that it shot above the heads of the assaulting "Clarence, dear," said the elrl. anxiouslv. has tho disease, when so eminent a doc- party and was shot in return ,,r have a democratic: President, o, "what In the world do you suppose nana " wouldn't sav if to kno tor in that line of politics pronounces so Louisville democratic Cabinet, a democratic House, beer! You know how very strict he Is." upon it. positively To Nashville, "But ho doesn't know It, darling," a Senate which is on the verge of being IIiTitit.Mi for Judge Jackson, of LouisMemphis, and now we haven democrat, ville! Ho has denied Murderer Dilger's ic Chief Justice. And still the country! whisky." Life Atlanta, application for a change of venuo and is safe. People aro going ouattciulitu; Montgomery, thus balked one step toward the scoun- business as usual, and everybody seen is" Little Rock, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. drel's prospect of thwarting justice. A to be happy, except, possibly, the mugMobile and New Orleans. would purify wumps. few more Judge Jacksons t".i...illii Iiui.lni.f tubulin, uif tlw. r'l,,,,,. .,1.. . GROVER CLEVELAND, Newport News & Miss.Valley Oo, tho criminal atmosphere and makeinur iiiu & Ohio, announces the following ollicers, der inoro odious in Kentucky. Of New Vork. Only one change to polnta In appointments to take place at once: For that with the theK. Tiik Enquirer thinks M.jJaaaC W Mf 1( C. V. Welford, assistant of the President; & HV ff gttgflSUKtJ I MaaP? flnii proper work Ohio could bo mudo to give J. T. Odell, (ieneral Manager; Henry T. G. THURMAN, ALLEN EMIGRANTS a democrats majority.' Lot her stay Wickhiun, (ieneral Solicitor;!'. P.IIotoh-kisOf Ohio, Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture with her idol. Tho democr.uiy don't Keeking homeaon the line ofthlt road will receive (ieneral Freight Agent; Harry W. rnr Conjre, Special ralea. and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods need her now. Fuller, (ieneral Passenger Agent; T. (). 01fSee agenta ot this Company for r.itei, roulei Sic,, or write to can be bought in the cities. Oive me a trial and you will be conMr. Carlisle is booked'for A speeches Harbour, Treasurer. Tho liendipinrters C. I'. AT.MOKK. O. I'. & T. A., Or.Mndnon. will bo at Richmond, Va. the last of tho month. l.oulnllle, Ky vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. in Indiana IT-- Wiiex Illaine withdrew lii suit for slander against the Indianapolis paper, which published what was current re port, that ho had cohabited with his wife before the usual marriage formula, he gave as the reason that he could not get justice in Indiana and embodied it in his nilidavit. Tim other day when he visited Indianapolis to speak for the republican ticket, be could not turn his eyes in any direction without their resting on placards which bore his statement, "I cannot get justice in Indiana." They must have brought up memories that hu would like to have wiped out, but the elastic statesman is also tough, and cannot be hurt long by memory, or eonscience either, for that matter. minished. Jt'ixiK Turkman's letter of acceptance was issued yesterday and is less than a column in length. The Old Koinun knows the use of words and he puts them just as they will do the most good. telegraphed from Munfordville that Judge Kinley said he would carry his district by 3,000. The Judge is evidently very much of a liar himself, if he was guilty of such a monstrous assertion. is NEWS CONDENSED. It Judge Varnon united in the bonds of marriage Saturday Mr. Frank Martin and Mrs. Wettio Jane Smith. , Mr. H. II. Farris, of Crab and Miss Kittie Douglas, of Danville, will ba married at tho residence of Mr. W. M. O'Hryan today. Col. J. Wesley Durham and Miss Nettie Johnson will bo married Wednesday, October 17, at tho residence of tho bride's parents, in Iuisvllle. -- The marriage of Mr. H. Gill Boyle, of the Danville Advocate, and Miss tho beautiful daughter of Mr. J. W. Guest, is announced to occur Oct. III. Mr. C. V. Gentry tells us that his brother, Harvey H. Gentry, whoisacon-ducto- r on the Metropolitan ltailroad at Kansas City, was married Sunday to Miss Nettie Illume, of Columbus, On-hard- STANFORD TIM ALE COLLEGE brANIORl), KY. J. M. HUIIARI, Kightccnlh A. M., PRESIDENT. year hrguu on BRUCE &MeR0BERTS. Monday, September 3, '88 Carefully elected corjii of teaclirm. Thorough instruction. Good discipline Ural inrlhoda. Send fur circular 44 I.on-nl- e. UJdJCW TOBACCONET. C T. R. WALTON I Ohio. I Courier-Journa- l. , Ports-uioutl- i, well-know- n & SOMERSET STREET to-da- I STAITTOKD, KE1TTTTCKT. fftTTTTftr I'lult-rtalllit- ; 4 m 1'- ymT zc Jlvio la s. ION Prices Always Reasonable and Goods p Stop-ove- Tiir.old-sliowman- GOOD EMPTY BARRELS FOR SALE. BITTNKR Salt-a- 11 K K BUGGIES, DAYIS CARRIAGES "H General Mcrchaiidtae, French-Kverso- 1 self-estee- GEO. D. WEAREN, MAN'GR. down-stairs- Be-vie- r, iraf SOUTH & WEST " FURNITURE STORE ! A 1 MACK MOTFMAN, PBIDPo &tSSSSTSS SKo2 ! ARKANSAS TEXAS. nWLB "ilHsl Zm,L Jtf 41 1 JaVaaaW s, james h. Mccreary, i w. .M$.'J 4- Semi-Weekly Interior journal UNiniiiuKAit specialty at Owslov - fc Craig's. Sr.w lints of Ulassand (Juecnsware jiiHt received at A. A. Warren's Model !ro-eer- y. NEW AIiVKUTIHKMKNTS. E.CWALTON, Liu a. Manager Stankoho ' " Si:k tliu list of upointmciitH for Hjteuk-In- g in this issue unit maku it it point to attend. Yon can trado your old machine at a good price and getn New Home at I), K. Ky., Octuiikh 10, 1888, """ Wearcn's. ' PUBLIC SALE! A executor of David Spuonnmore, dccM I will nell at bis late rulclciur, j milci from Stanford and mile from Dudderar'a .Mill, on NOW OPEN, We Have Opened our Stock of 3 Publtabod Bvery Tuesday nnd Friday 4 high clock showing 1'i.orn has increaK'd in price liero moon's phases and days of week; a good about 75 cents and is now worth about for.sale. Apply at this Ih An time-keeper, of-llc- o. $8 l per barrel. Wheat wiling at about AT SATURDAY, OCT. 27, '88, J he fo IowIiik IVrtonal Property, 4 work ami brood nurt-- 5 cuws 3 with calvex other j fat,3 jvarllnt;, 1 ki'0en, 10 fat ho(, J nowa and 17 ahot-- , 150 thorktcorn, lot of hay, t wairon, fanning Implements, elder mill hi da ami bcdifiiiK, liou.ehold and kitchen lurniture, lot of soap &c At the tame time and place C M. Spoonamore will ll tin- - followinit Mock- - 1 brood mare, t cow and calf, 12 shorthorn yearling tteer. Sale toiommencc at 10, A M. 7iid j .. SjI'OONAMORt !fiJ l'JUK YWAU.XN ADVANOK "When not to paid 32. 60 will be charged."! Tin: ureal sale of lotH at I'inovillo cum on tin; 18th and llith, with half-far- e rates thither on the Kith anil 17th, tickets good for HI days. I 1.0 oc- - 1 Piiiuorr has taken a position with II. K. Wearen and can always bo found there. He will sell you anything from a sowing machine to a baby buggy on the K. 0. LOCAL TIME CARD. m Trains leave Rowland at J j$ and return ut 6 p m and 8.4(1 p m. L. M-- and ;-- a m iN7L0CALTtME0AHD. -- ...I nki my ovcrcu.it to hoiiio person installment plan. month ago and have forgotten to An unknown couple with a baby got whom I loaned it. The holder will on the train Saturday at Jellieu. One pleasu return it to JaineH It. Xunnel- got oil at K unset1, tho other at Kastllern-stad- t, ley. leaving the little waif on the train Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Every- about n COAIMISSIONER'SSALE 1 - U train going North. " i North , 6jom Local Freight North .......6 55 P n South. The latter trams also cany passengers. The above It calculated on ilandard lime. Solar time i about to mlnutet faster. r prei train ' " South .south HJ7P" pm 131pm t J7m Dawk IIciiiik", of the Lancaster News, and it was taken to lly Mr tut-o-f . Judgment of Oarrard speaks of A. T. Nunnelley, as a "eattle." While standing on a box to reach af- Court in the above styled tun,the uill on Circuit I If Fatty doesn't call him to taw for thin, ter something, Mrs John W. Wallace "Dod 1I011 my nkln" if wo don't doit our- slipped and fell, seriously spraining her MONDAY, OCT. 1888, selves. ankle and otherwise painfully injuring IMni the first day of the Octobir Term, 1888 ot NOT a PIECE OF OLD GOODS thing is new, 22, I that malHkin has become ho MEANS IUSINES8. j common that the rich people are wearing Watch im mul jewelry repaired and Russian sable, the most expensive of fur, to distinguish them from the poor warranted. A. It. I'tMiny. Tiik best place to buy drugs, patent trash. medicines und toilet articles Is ut A. It. (Stvkui surrtindcied to Jailer I'enny'n. Buy your (school books, ink, tablets. Owens Saturday and wait incarcerated. taper, ix'pcils and school supplies of all He cut John Moore at Hustonville beI ;lnds from A. It. lVntiy. cause, as he alleges, Moore made at him 1 guarantee all watches and every with a K'in. I sell to le just us of jewelry A. It. I'enny. Tut: Cincinnati Southern will sell round-triticket to Cincinnati on the PERSONAL POINTS. ItHh and 0th at $2A0 fiom .Iiiuctiou Ci M11. K. II. llAYltKN, of Providence, is ty; .Sinday-schoo- l children under IKhalf hen. d. of that aniount. Tickets good till -J!k. Hkiivkv Hki.m is assisting Circuit! Khank Giikkn, who used to brake on Clerk Ilailev. Smilky I1111 Komi to Indian-- ) thin division, killed a man after leaving Miu John. here, for which he was tried in Nash- nKili to engage in business. Miss J m n 1'f.vtox U visiting Mr. V. ville last week and aciuitted. It was re-Iorte.l that he had lieen sentenced to WillianiH. at Huston ville. T. M .sitsim.i, of .ndianitpoliH, is he hung, but it was a mistake. John vulting his relative, Itobt. White. Tiik McCreary Cluhat lluMonvilleand Mil ami Mitt. Miiik II.miiiin' have the democrats generally are preparing to visiting at Mr. .1. K. Karris'. do our Model Congressman proud when Miss Jknnik McKin'.nky is visiting the he comes to address them next Thurs-- I family of I. X. 1'arrish, Sr., at Owensbo. day. Let the whole section turn out ami hear the glad tidings he brings. Mil. John IWcoiimw, who has Imhiii To tiik'Tw-I'wiiiiSix sr cent, is quite ill, is able to sit tip again, wo are glad to sa. added by law on all taxes not paid by Mit. (tKoiiiu: McAi.iMKit wont to LexXovember 1st. Coilnty Court day in ington yesterday, where his horc whs to November w ill ! too late. I have no run in the afternoon. iiiiMTeiiou in tne matter, i no Aiiuitor Mu. .I.S. lit ones accompanied her Charges me with the additional It per to Cincinnati yesterday to ii'- ieent. T. D. Xewlaml, s. L. C, ' main a week or two. Anorra month ago I mis-e- d my gray Mit. ). II. t'niMiM, of Ueorgetown, ie- turned home yesterday after a visit to' overcoat and am not surowhutherl limn-hlled it out or bail it stolen from me. it pretty sweetheart. Mit. Titos. C. ItoiiiNooN is hovering be-- had in one ptH'ket a largo pwket-lsrotAeen life and death at the erical perMnl containing some valuable papers, which will pay a lilwrnl rewanl for the return his ease of typhoid fever. with the oveicoat. Thomai C. Mil xi Mie.. W. It. MixiKii,of and John S. (Jwsley, Jr., from bib-- j iiison. an I niversity, niriviii yesterday. I.KfTUitK. Itev. W . vs. Oiliuy. a erv T. Mlv II ixvaii Fun has purelne-eaccomplished colored man, who has reJ. Christerson's property at McKinneyj cently returned from seven years of misand will (M'etipy it with her mother. sionary work in Africa, was to lecture at HonvW. T. Jom:s, of Jessamine, was last night on what he the here again Saturday ami Sunday. A niw and heard there. Thou who see j mighty pretty girl was the attnu tion. this notice in time will be repaid by atCut. Smith Iiiwin is representing the tending. Stanford Chapter at the ('rand bslge in His wife went with him. A itorsivti rcce.tion ought to be given PaoK.J. W. lYiiiTKit, ( Hamilton Co- - onr ,,iHt,n,.ujHhw, (ongre.ssman, tiov. lrge. wits over Sun.l.iy to see the pretti- - Ml.CrvnrV to.miirrow -t little ,., w' i.. yv UI1(,.rtaiilnli ,luri. beauty Imaginable. that the UoT.i.Mr.M. T. Craft and his brother, Vivri(M1Hdll(S()ftll0 ,(( It Ih said .Ij her. She is not, however, dangerously hurt. Tins is perhaps the llrst issue of the Intkiiiou Joi'iiNM. that ever was sent out without a letter. May the devil take the last one of the delinquent correspondents anil the other kind, too, and burn them till they promise to do better. Tin: republicans, are laying low in this county and are practicing their favorite disreputable methods, known only to Democrat must not the be deceived by their apparent lack of interest. It is only assumed to catch you napping. still-hunter11 m the l.arrard County Court, fell to the higheM at public outcry before the court home door In Lancaster, Ky , the followiiK described properly, vir a a-St- bid-dc- r, Brick Store-RooKy m Situated on the South east corner of Ilichmond street, and the public square of the town of -'- I he sale will hf made on a credit of 6 anil la monthk, in e,ual pajments, the pur- et",Viir "' ,5',,' '"""' w,t'' security payabmto the Master Commissioner, bearing 6per cent. annum from day of sale until paid, and haling the fnr.i-aneffect of a judgment, and with a lieu resirved on the property as additional security for the payment. K A. IIC'KNSIDK, And every thing has been selected with great care, the senior member's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so witk discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and those who pay promptly at the end of each six months is especially desired. Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, TKRMS KJ SEVERANCE & SON. SEASONABLE STYLES IN FAUL, AND WINTER GOODS. We Invite Attention to our Complete and Carefully Stock of Selected ar-tic- lu d. repre-tinte- Master Cnmmit'loncr, tiarrard Circuit Court. p cone'smormrciM, I'tr-kin- 's vv -- m - J . L j 11 m: moved my meat shop from lordan I'erkin's hrs., Tiffs., against Jordan hrs , Deft Garrard Circuit Court Itowland to Mr. lteuhen Williams' house lly virtue of a judgment ol the Garrard Circuit opposite the 1'ortHian Hotel and will Court rendered in the nbose styled case at the An gust term, 888, the undersigned .Master Commiskeep all kinds of fresh meat in good sioner of said court, II at the court house door In Lancaster, Ky. on oualitv. I will also continue to deliver to my customers at Itowland. C.ive mc MONDAY, OCT. sta, x888, a trial. M. F. F.lkin. I In-f- ! I s. -- Coi.i.kitok lluoxsrox has discliargtd Deputy Dudley because he took an active part in the prosecution of his son ACRES, I ROOD, POLES Mallard, who from all reports is guilty of Hems the home pla e of Jordan Perkins. This ill he ottered asonc boundary; he will then offer a very outrageous murder, and has prosaid trai I as follow s. 'I he 64 ar res, 3 roods and moted his daughter to bis place. This is .11 polcscut nffby aurvevand the Salter tract of running the otlice more in the interest of too acres .as one boundary mallnc 164 acres, t"""" J' i'ui., men me residue tract containacres, the family than we believe the democra- InRjo, uounuary,rood and 17 poles will be offered as one anil the bid or bull rcalirlu. the cy generally will sanction. most lor the whole tract will be secerned Willi County Court day for Garrard county, ex pose to public sale to the highest and best bidder thcfol- lowint;taactsof land in (Jarrard county, Ky, to wn a tract containing MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS Shirts. Collars. Cuflfe, 369 Neckwear, &c. 8 1 liu-li.ti- id miles from Lancaster, 7 miles from It, C. Wtiutux sjsiko to a good audi- Stanford A trait ontalnliis ence at Yosemite Sattinlay afternoom I20 Acros and and wanned the boys up to the impor- Immediately on the hall Lick Turnpike, sbont tance of tin contest. A committee wait- miles from Lancaster, on wnicli there is a dwelling outbuildings. ed on him to make three more speeches house andi oiitainin; A tract 14 ncre, 1 roods and 11 poles, in the county at given points and lie will adji.iuint; the lands of widow Austin and Rani Km comply, If possible. He says that all the bry A tract containing 8 acre, 1 roods and 31 notes. k 1 reports from there and elsewhere point immediately on the Lancaster & Crab Orchard old war horse, Wol- - I urupikn Koad, 3 miles Irom Lancaster and ad to the success of the joining Lucius reruns. j 111 fonl, against Sutler Finlcy, rood and it poles, A tract lonlaiiimt al acres, of Newest and most Fashionable Ladies' - Hob-villI) mi immediately on Fall l.iek Turnpike, about s Comprising Extensive lines Fuji:. About noon Sunday the new miles from l.ancastcr, opposite LawMin School Shoes. Gents' Boots and Shoes, Children and Baby Shoes, Rubbers, Home house of Willis C. Itnrnett at Itowland Three Ira- Is of knl land near Dripping Springs. Overshoes, Etc. Men's Rubber's at 25c, Ladies' do. 25, Misses' 25. 19; acres, ime 107 caught tin1 and was entirely consumed, One tract .unlnins res: lies on (he contains Fall waters of acres and ne jj owing to its catching up stairs ami the ''" sVr,nrdlhj,rtc,,toJord,n T limited means of lighting it. Most of the i- - 1-l- J JL I A V I Ikkm -- the sale w ill be made on a credit or f, furniture was saved, together with the and ta months, In eiual pa) mcnt, tlie purihascrs ' security payable to the Coiirt-Hou- e doors, window siisli, sc, but all inn bad- tou'ise lnd with i;oodheanngo per cent interest NO 0116 Ma.tcrC minis smner Catl SOU VOU RESPECTABLE COOdS ChOaDOr. W up condition. The house was per annum from day ot sale until paid nnd luvlnc dOUDt If yOU Call ly broken theforcendelfectofajudi:mem.anditlia lien jI find anyOtlQ Willing tO tTIOOt OUT pMCQS insured in the Tnion of Philadelphia for reserved nn lite property as additional sc. urity OimlitSrsCt NF-R- LY UJS Cnnd k A IIIKXSI I)K, ( A (or the payment S1,(XH), ami was hardly comjileted. Mas er Cominiss.oncr (nirrard Clr. uil Court poor man, dependent entirely upon his Uni-viU- c. j daily labor, the s falls heavily on Mr. I Harnett, who has a large family to sup, , Viewed irom an v you know ,. point. sothui - better can bo nan. Now . j i am aKCiuinr i nc vuiviiin.iii i oner iron rsiwu- port. Another tire in the sime town blaek-eyems Comprint and am prepared to furnish their ' us aU( the (lOOfJs, for W6 have llllll JOU the TlJUTII wilhoilt IDIflPpre was prevented by the timely discovery sentation IRON ROOFING of a lot of rags mul other couiliustililesi IlolHTt,or Ixjudon, are tl.jwn with t"!KOrt.(lt. ,,1 and show in other which a little child had piled up in the At $J 75 per siiuarc, nails, paints, A'i , ilicludeJ. . . .. ., "v- , , . . . , I lypimiu leiur, 11111 ...r,...-- ... I. MIKI.TO.V. TTS, railroad company's boarding house nnd Cuei it a trial Itovtlaud, Ky. carious condition. how jiroud of the good work lie has done set alire. Miss Ki.i.k.v I.ai.mh' lias been appoint- for not only the country at large, but Ins l CiitiTiT CoritT convened at of the Kentucky Music distiict. ed o'clock yesterday, witli Judge Thomas. Teachers' State Association for I'ulaski t hat i! n tmti her shop at Kow'nnd in As usual, when a show came to Stan- - Morrow, who had arrived tho day be- the Kernll opened house and am prepared to furnish Somerset lteportor. county. Mom ol moats, Mit. ami Mas. W. 0. Wiikkiutt, of font, it rained Saturday night, and kept fore in order to bo in ample time, on the tho pub ic villi n kinds herrtolnre fish and oysvti I cutitin-nAs ters in their season Madisonville, are on ft visit to his father, many from the country from coming to lieneh. The charge to the grand jury runiiiiiK my tsncoii de iterinjj meat to my cusvicinity and see Al Field's Minstrels, .hot a pretty was delivered by the Commonwealth's tomers in Mauford and Mr. W. II Wlierritt, of M. K. KLKIN. f visit Friday. all the same and attorney to tho following gentlemen who good crowd was there paid their friends here a Miis. (ir.om.K Khun, the hiiudxome enjoyed three hours of as solid fun as compose it: James Itaiues, J. M. Hill, FEiM E SOLE NOTICE. wile of the stage manager of Field's Min - can be had anywhere. There were ma- - Monroe Cuttis, W. J. Carson, J. F. ltig-neLuther I'ndorwood, W. H. Dudde-ra- r, strels. has taken rooms at Miss l.ucyv nv new features and the company From Allen Ilca.ley, J. T. Martin, George Clerk's Office of the Lincoln Circuit Cout, j lleazlev's, while her husband is playing Urst to last showed that it bud been October 3", 18ES. j s ' ulniiiirllii.ni'it unit lnitirftv-i.i- l ovi'll nverits King, 11. J. Collier, S. J. Kinbry, J. M. Salhe llelle Hiatt, plaintiff, against James 11 III- the Kentucky eireuit. alt, Defendant. Iniquity Tiiom.ih HfTfinxsox, Worshipful Mas-ter- last visit lieie. Field is a whole team Mcltoberts, Jr., Georgo T. Mtltoberts, A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Notice Is hereby (jit en that ihe plaintitT, Sallic Lincoln I.odge N'o. 00, Is attending himself and his reception proved how ltobert McAlister, Henderson Sims. Hiatt, has tiled in the clerk's office of llelle John M. Mcltoberts, (.and he is not a the Lincoln Court her petition ill eijutty against the meeting of the MasonieGrand Lodge great a favorite he is witli the amuseprajinf foreman of the the defendant, James 11. Hlalt, sole ilhthe court all the in IHilsville. His mother, Mrs. S. A. ment lovers here. Of an entertainment republican) was made toempuwer her loactasa feme authnriied by Section 6, Art. to thecity. that is so gisxi all around it is not neces grand jury and then tho following pettit rlunts and privileges General Statutes of Kentucky, Hutchison, accompanied him of the of j,'..t.. Chap. s....I .....I ..ir an. I .lin. .liia.- nillir. till. I. ...I. . j. sary to speak in detail. It is tins best of inrors wero sworn: it. . ware, IIIIC, IllOI'JIIU tWIM ..lit MIIU KIM. CITY AND VICINITY. I). Hopper, X. M. been ordered by the clerk to be published in the Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by tho kind over hero ami can always bet Cone, It. G. Collier, G. Interior joi'knai., newspaper puousneu ai DePaitw, A. W. Carpenter, A. M. Frye, Stantord, Lincoln county, Ky. I1AILKY, Clerk. on a big welcome, rain or shine. Bakery, Restaurant and Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s Candies at the Model Grocery. Nkw J. V. S. F. Cowan, J. L. Hock, T. J. Hill, Geo. W II Mttl.KR, Att"y They will keep constantly on hand everyCalifornia Fruit Store. I'AMI.Ntl r.N'IICIt TIIK ItUI. Mrs. Jollll A. Peyton, J. II. McKinney, J. L. Van-tiCloaks, Clo.iks, Cloaks at Owsley t thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of I). Curpt'iiter lias Ihm'ii jmssiiiK uniler tlio L. D. Garner, J. S. Craig's. A. J. llaydcn, . A Hew Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. SSI niontlm iih Bledsoe, Sam Dudderar, J. G. Haugh. roil of iitlllction for tlio hint of all kinds at SnwiNi! machine needles to entitle lier to tlit vin)athy of itllgtxxl The case of Mart. Smith for the murder II. K. Wearun's. pt'oplt1. In September of last year hIiu of Oe Smith was set for the loth day of - i 'ji I have purchased the brick Stalile on N'KW'lotof overcoats just received ut wits taken ill while on a visit to relatives the term, Hist, and tho witnesses recogR. ZIMMER, Respectfully, in Clay county, where she was nized to appear on that day. S. II. Shanks'. for six weeks. On Her return home Wholesale and Retail. Charles Dryo wan lined $10 for nssaul t Formerly occupied by J. K. Ilruce, but more re. by John Tub New Homo on' easy payments at mul scarcely before she hail recovered, and given 10 days in jail and llned.2.) cently thorough II. Carpenter am have, put tho Stable in furnishing it with repair and IS. K. Wearou's. her husband was taken sick of a disease for carrying concealed weapons. Mr. feed of all kinds, .1 bran . -which resulted fatally in June. Shortly Dryo didn't honor the couit witli his New Stock of First-Glas- s Buggies, It will cost you nothing to call and see afterwards her little Nellie was taken presence. Surreys, &c, light running Now Homo at U.K. down with the scarlet fever nnd after a the of Sam Combs, murder, was The case " Wearen's. lonj; seige. had about regained her health set for the 8th day; L. 11. Carter, samo Ami am prepare- - to accommodate all who may . . fator mc with tlulr patronage (nve me n trial. Fun: Hamiion has had the dignity of when she stillered the terrible Accident charge, loth day and .loo linker, for hog mhi J N MK.NKKKK. day thrust upon him, as it were. from a pistol shot, an account of which stealing, a graml-pawo guve at the time, anil by which she Mrs. Henry Philips lias a girl. Ilontl forfeitures.wcie niKen in tinvc imps iitfuinst Sam Acton. The trial of loses an eye, besides being otherwise Tiik Viola .Socials huvo issued invitaWhile she was at her worst an- Tom Knds for malicious wounding was -- OK I. SCIILKOEL, tlie Richmond l'liotirapner, tions to tlieir "First Grand Hop" to oc- other chihl was taken with the scarlet on trial at edjoumment. v.i I be in Stanford, cur at Junction City next Friday night, fever and now when the third child has Tuosday. October 2 ami 30. t wore Among the attorneys Tuesday, November 13 and 27. ami tho junior of thisilnn returns thanks Williams, it Mrs. Carpenter has been taken down Messrs. H. II. Toinlinson, C.C. Tuesday, Docember 11 and 25. for remembrance. with the same disease. Mrs. l'ortei Stagg, Judge lliggins, W. O. Hansford, Win. And will make on those days by using the instantaneous process. 1'icture. can be made black horso recently who has been with her since little Nel- Ilerndon. Tiik nico little just as well on doitdy .is on clear days. I also tvisli to mention that parlies having Pictures to purchased by 0. C. Carson for $150 got lie's accident, has also had the fever, but Knlarce in Cm) on, Water Color or Oil. will find Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical WatchItortliiiuiiks'H strike terror to mankind, itto tnelr ndvantiKu to have itdonn at homo in. nut of the stable Friday night, and is about well. Deeply indeed has Mrs. n stead ol sendini; them off with strangers, as I can below Carpenter drank of the cup of allliction, and cholera brought narrow to our maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness wandering on to tho embankment copy them Justus cheap and give entire satisfacuntil Uanter's magic chicken tion I hanking lbs) people of Lincoln county for and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the was struck by tho but wo hope that the light of better days the Haptist church, their patronage, nnd hoping for n continuance of midnight passenger train and so injured is breaking and that life may again w a cholera cure was sold hereby McKoborts name, I am Very Itespectfully I'hotORriiplicr. eye. f J. L.SCIII.r.OKL, -- t ' st Stagg. pleasure to her. that ho hail to bo killed. mile Irom amines hard pile, Lancaster and Crab lit All the Approved Styles from 50c to $5. Tlie Largest Stock of Or-- s 29 Polos, TRUNKS & VALISES ' In tills Section of tlie Country. H I 1 1 POOTWE .A. IR,, pDjpirQ ULjU '" Xa-h-'- e, I , d 11 iL art nA lo.-v- ,., TO BUTLDERS .- tl j !,;,( ,,, ,.. 1 THESE GOODS ARE BARGAINS. THY PROVE TJS, TTOTJ'IiL BE GLAD. ICfc-t-- NEW BUTCHER SHOP. Respectfully, j o CALDWELL&UNIER DANVXIVttB, KY. ..-i- y, NEW! NEW! NEW! IBo DIMMER. 11 s, 1 FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE heil-riti-tl- en Depot Street, Stanford, 1 ' PLEASE OBSERVE M'ROBERTSSTAGG p CUT THIS OT3T. A FUlL.iL ASkCTMOIUNT pit-sen- nt'K-itite- WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. poul-trvme- 6i-i- rrwr mi 11 JW, .. " 'T'T pW' ., fj i i j i ip - ''""WJJIgPl, M, B ,-Jf fcni ttwutjijlM V PROOFS OF ROBBERY ' Who'll tin. Attention of Fttriiirrx In Ciillml. Tho.o who ro inclined to bcliovo, us General Harrison Invites thorn to, that tariff taxes arc not milled to the prlco of domestic goods, and at the samo tlmo that tho manufacturers ran not ixwlhly utand n reduction, will plc.no Rivo their uttcntlon to a few facts. In tho llrst pluco thero tho fact that tho owners for yiars American copper-min- e sold vast quantities or their product abroad frco at tlio world's prices detenu Incd bywould competition, and at the samo tltr.o not sell a pound to their own countrymen, for less than the world's prices with our tariff tax added. This fact la established by pneo quotations and by testimony given in a Now York court of justice Fact No, -'. A jjcntleman recently told the editor of tho HnKerstown (Md.) Afa.l that ho went to Now York to buy certain machines to soli in Bouth America. Tho regular prlco to American dealers Is $13 apiece, but this foreigner, upon shining u pledge to sell nono or them In tho United States, got all ho wanted at f" each. The difference- was equal to our tariff tux on like machines when Imported. The tariff en ables tno American producer to extort from the American purchaser fl'i for a 17 machine, or f 5 more than tho prlco at which he can afford to sell and docs sell to foreignSoma TIiIiib 1 '- AMERICAN TtlE nUTTKn FABLES. PUBLIC SPEAKING. y i Fact No. I). On the 2d of last month Mr. TValtor Negley, of Hinjcrstown, Md , wrote to A. J. Ladner & Hro.. at Piedras Ncgras, 3Iex., asking the prices paid by them for certain American goods for sale at their stores, one at Kaglo Pans, in tho United states, and tho other at Piedras Negras, Ttfcx. Tho Arm answered as follows : "Our shovels bought Tor our Eagle Pass store cost us about W per dozen, exclusive of freight. Our shovels of tho name class and material cost us MM tfotrn in fiVJra Another item: Jfcgrtu $3.01 per dozer?. Agate Ironware can not bo bought for delivery anywhero in tho United States at better than .To per cent, discount. In Piedras Negras we can buy tho samo articles from tho samo houses at 00 per ent discount. The list is tho same in both cases. Theso are not the only articles. Disston's saws can be bought with an additional 20 per cent discount, showing that tbe manufacturers rotiM sell in homo markets In competition with tho outside produ-ccrThese llgurcs aro only a partial list. Every article known to tho hardware trade can bo bought from American manufacturers for export chenpor than they can for iomo consumption." The shovels referred to aro the Ames shovels, manufactured in New England. Will tho Western farmer and the West-sr- n working-man- , who isn't a farmer, just Jook that over again and see what ho thinks of it? What docs ho think of a system un- - than her mlstre?, has more to say about most dcr which the American manufacturer ex' everything, oven ns to whether company may torts from him more than twice as much for I or may not be invited to the house, has no the Mexican! bills to pay for anything but clothes, and a shovel as ho domunds fromconcern wouiu actually lives a far more indenendent ifo Does no tnuiK mat. mo Ames shut down ami turn its workmen out to than lots of sad eyed women who aro tryln: starve if tho duty on shovels should bo en- to hold a very ticklish position In what wo tirely abolished! Does ho think that tho call society. Bill Nye in New York World. American manufacturer Is unable to stand alone, or that he divides tho tariff spoil with Tho Torn! Parent. ills workmen when he can afford to sell, and "What shall 1 do with my boyf" queried ?. In Mexico forSS.tll the same goods fond parent of a docs sell, corrtstoudeut of The New Joe which he taxes tho American buyer (61 York Evening Sun recently. "He Is lOyeam After paying wages he can afford to sell at of ugo and too old to spank, and yet for pure the lower price How, then, can tho work- unadulterated I havo yet to man get any of tho higher price obtained meet his equal. Ho will smoke. He will from the American purchaser! If not, indulge In bad language. He won't attend Isn't this, high tariff a huge fraud I school. I am nt my wit's end." "Has he an allowancef inquired the ro WHAT DO THEY WANT? jwrter. "Yes. Five dollars a week," replied the Tbe llcpubllcan 1'nrtjr Simply tin Ob struction to the Kmla of Coosl fiovern-nnrn- t. almost tearful mother. I "Then fine hitn. Fine him when he What do the Republicans of the Senate smokes, if you don't wish him to smoke. want with regard to tho tariff! They re-- j dollar from his stipend when he loo!: Jcct tho Mills bill, but they apparently have upon tho (lowing bowl. Dock hltn when li r.othlt.g to offer In its place. They are Uses loinruaire. and evurv tim hn nlvsi . 1, .f simply a party of obstruction, as they were 1. vvj ui icimcaw Bum,, i ..i.. 11 uuiiiirur in connection with tho fisheries treaty, two off his 'balary.' That will bring bint to which they rejected without ofletlngany termi." thing to take its place so leaving the About three weeks after he had given this American fisherman totally at the mercy of advice the reporter again called at the homo Canadians and venturing not the slightest 0f the fond parent. proposition lor ins rtgnts or tno Donor ui "How doe the fine system work on , .the Hag. Georsrer he asked. v cry eviuenuy mey s ubi uo tuey wunu "Oh, only tolerably well. Poor boy I Tho donH want any just Democratic measure, llrst week I flued him tho full amouutand be because that would help the Democratic didn't have a cent left. The second week his party in this campaign. Hut they havo no fined amounted to 7, and as the poor fellow f measure to take its place. They can't agree , uu it on his $.5 allowance, nnnlhnp Mtirht tU Ki Sr with UIIUVIIVI si u t fU ntliuf VUII In Iia t why I well, I increased bis allowance to 1 SJtJSJ tS HMD llilll done. They aro united only as to the mat $10, and now he's as bad as ever. I think be ter of wlutought not to be done. Weeks havo Is incorrigible." elapsed since the Mills bill was presented 'fur their respectful consideration, and they An Idyl of tho Hob Tall, sarc.-&much in tho dark as they wero at the lie was dressed in a new suit, of faultless 'beginning of their reflections. Of courso tho Congress Is but a slight tax on tho great fit, and ho iv as the only man in tho bob tail public, out mere is no real necessity ror a car. This gavo him nn excellent opportunity SHOW OU ft 11110 UiamonU ring De vvotV. At nnrnetiml f'nnProRR. Whv ilnn't thov do what liiey want to do. if they know what' last ho gave up his seat to a lady and then .that is, and so permit Congress to adjourn! posed for a further benefit on tbe ouuids platform. Tho Republican party Is tho party of Oat fate, tii the shape of a woman, pursued says tlic New York Grnptfe. Its leaders havo been put In a hole through the him. Tho woman Ut whom ho had surrencounigo of President Cleveland, and they dered his good sent reached the end of her route. Singling him out with her index .don't know how to climb out of it. Tho she called sternly: Senate is as to its majority a body stop the car." Detroit Free of 'Obstruction. It is tho American Lords ngalust tho American Commons. It is stu-pi- Press, willful and malicious, und it llvei for A Matter of lluslneas. dost year rather than for this and tho next Squilhby, who works in a photographic year. What do tho majority of tho Senate want! They do not dure to soy they nro studio, jwpped tbe question successfully tho .against u reform of the war tariff. The Dem- other night, after which he remarked: "And now 1 suppose you will allow tne to ocratic House has declared for reform, but they will not ucccpt its policy of reforma- take a kissf" "Why of course," site replied, "it would tion, and at the same ttmo they have no polbe in perfect good taste now." icy of their own. "Very well," said BquilUby, "turn It seems unreasonable. The dog In the manger may not havo lccn so utterly bad a head a littlo more to tbe right, fix your eyes dog after till, bec.iuso ho may have had a on that picture knob so that's It smile just a littlt wink as often as you pleaso human criterion to go by. there now the operation commences." WHAT SOME EDITORS THINK. Springfield Union. -s. x?r-vancus.-odne-ss ers. Hon. James B. McCreary, Democratic nominee for Congress in the 8th A Flunter who was returning from Ditnct of kentuck), will speak at pedition, and "ho bad fired away nil the following limes and place's: lets, met a Wolf In tho path and Cried ami t: Nicholasvillf, Tuesday, October iih. "Ahl but Whoever had such III l.uckl If I only had a Ixwd In my Gun I could kill ISrTStanford. Wednesday, October t;tli. lliutcinvi lc, I'hursd.iy, October i8th. you I" Richmond, Saturday, October aoth. to that," replied tho Wolf, as ho gently "As Lancaster, Monday, October aid. Scratched his loft Ear, "If I hadn't known Ml Vernon, I iiesduy, October ajd. your dun to ho unloaded you would not have London, Wedncsdty, October Jth. eauglit sight of me." McKee, Thursday, October ijtli moral. No man at nil Auction loes anyDoniicville, Knda), Oclolcr 16th thing liy not having his wallet along. Annvlllc, Suturd.i), October i;th FOX, TUG HAKE AND THE HEIIPK.VT. TIIK ".;it Iltriist.idt, Mondu), October aoth. Once upon a time n Fox, a Hare and n SerSpeaking will begin at t p in each day. Time pent met by Cliauro beside the llrook, and after tho uual predictions of a Hani Winter will be divided with other candidates for Congress. and another rnlso on tho Price of Coal, tho Fox observed, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. "1 have Ju- -t been asked to talo the Nomworld tor cuts, bruises, '1 he best salve In the ination ror Governor." sores, ulcers, salt rlieuni, (ever sores, letter, chip, "And 1," said tho Hare, "Just overheard ped Hands, chillil.ilns, corns and all skin erupmyself called the Handsomest of my Spe- tions, and positively cure pites, or no pay recies." quired It Is guaranteed to lve perfect satisfac"I don't see how this Neighborhood can got tion or money refunded Price 5 cents per box. along without mo," said the Serpent in st For s.ile by A I Penny, Stanford, Ky lofty tono. "It Is my Wisdom that Keep m us ail In Harmons." Renews Her Youth. A week later nil were Dead, and a Bear Mr, l'hiebe Cheslcy. Peterson, Clay Co., Iowa 8nufllng about the spot where they hail met, ells the following rem irkable story, the truth of Otorved: "Poor, Vain Critters! I can't find any one which Is vouched for by tne residents of the town, t am 73 years old, have been troubled with kidney who even Remembers their NamcsP It' Wonderful (In our mlndsi complaint and lameness for many years; could not MonAL. what a void some of us are going to Leave dress myself without help. Now am free from pain and soreness and am ablo to do alt my own Behind. Detroit Free Pre. 1 owe my thanks to Klectric Hitters houseworV. for having renewed my youth and removed com. AdruntHcrs of a Hlrvsl flirt. a I notice that one of our American girls pletely all disease and pain. Try bottle 50c and who married n nobloman has gone back to $i,at.. It. Penny's Drugstore. her old calling as a hired girL She was a Worth Knowing. citizen of New Jersey, and married Eddlo, pinchbeck from across tho deep blue tho royal Mr, W. II. Morgan, mcrcnant, Lake City, Fla,. sea. Ho said he would liestow unon her nil was taken w ith a severe Cold, attended with a disI his titles, crests and patrimonial ncrm If she tressing Cough and running into Consumption in would love him and bo his u. She stated its first stages. He tried many o called popular that alio would. Then they went to live with cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Was bcr father for a spell, Eddlo eating the cream reduced in fleh, hai difficulty in breathing and off the morning's milk of three cows, spread was unable to sleep Finally tried Dr. King's New over his vesper dewberries. Now Eddie's bro- - Discovery for Consumption and found immediate I ther comes from across tbe sea and says that relief, and after uing about a half doren bottles he is not noble, but boils sugar at home. He well and has had no return of the ' takes Eddio by the nose and tells mo lady found himselfother remedy van show su grand a disease. No that sho had letter hustlo for herself. So recordof cures as Dr. King's New Discovery for I sho has resumed the crumb brush nud Consumption (iuir.inteed t do just what is two tifghU out each week. What an Ameri- Claimed for it Trial bottle free at A R. Penny' can girl wants to be a duchess or lady of high Drug Stor degree for, when she can be an American bins I girl, with ten times as much power, is more than I can make out. Aside front Mug a sleeping car conductor, with a haughty mien and nothing to do, 1 would rnthcr benti American girl, with good wages, no board to Iay and my nose worn high, than to be most t anything I know of. A good American geucrnlly dresses about as well or better AND THE WOLr. an exhis Bul- Beauty Is doslrod and ndmlrcd by nil. Among the things which may best bo dotio to cnh.iut'o GOFFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. BklaBEr . leauly iisn of Vigor. what tho color of tho hair, this preparation gives It 11 ins-tr- o and pliancy that adds greatly to its charm. Should thil hair lie thin, harsh, dry, or turning gru , the will restore color, bring out a new growth, nud Fur render tho old soft nud shiny. keeping tho scalp clenu, cool, and healthy, thero is uo better preparation In tho market. " I mil freo to confess that a trial of Ayer's Hair Vigor has convinced tun that it Is a gonulno article. Its use has not only caused the hair of my wife and daughter to be Ayer's Hair No matter is the dally poraoual Jl 4lvBnrfisHiCK''sVvHwsa ,skJ's-"- B H Ayer's Hnlr Vigor mi mmWmmmmmMmmmmmmT :T"JMJUJ M WALVL FAF3BR and rXJUI IT U JbiH COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. Abundant and Glossy, but It lins given my rather stunted inns, ttiohii a respectablo length nud appear-nui-eH. Drltton, Oakland, Ohio. "My hair wa. coming out (without ." B. K. WEARENTa 1 any asslstancn from my wlfo, either). I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor, using only one bottle, and I now have as tine a head of hair as any one could wish for." K. T. Schmltlou, Dickson, Tonn. " I havo used Avcr'a Hair Vigor In my family for n number of years, and regard it as tho Iwst hair preparation I know of. It keeps the scalp clean, the hair soft and lively, and preserves the original color. My wlfo has used It for n unitf time with most satisfactory results." Heujamlit M. Johnson, M. I)., Thomas Hill, Mo. " M v hair was liecoming harsh and dry, hut after using half a Iwttlo of Ayer's H.ilr Vigor It grew black and glossy. I cannot express the joy and grulitudit I feel."-Ma- bel C. Hardy, Del an, III. 1 ciVo x)K;"cra-a-isT TO LIsLO JUL TPi.TxrTWr Q MJAJl X JL ac ;. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, I TAnui Aniiuiitjo, au. Physicians prescriptions accurately compounilcd. Qm) t'rrnx .9U'Z, sJej-weleiK- . 'ftl iMmfCrrat A mmMWMm1m.,miXm'immh THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, Ayer's Hair Vigor, Dr. riiKrAUKi) nr C. Ayer k Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold bv Druggist and l'erfumers. F.ver brought to this market J. CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Prices lower than the lowest. Watches, Clusks and Jewelry lie paired on short noilie and warranted Ami fJ ESl 'llUTUt WOOD WALLACE, THE GENTS' FURNISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. I'hefa.hions of the d.y in the Gent.' Kurmvh. ing line will always be found in my store. I am agent lor the Indunipoh. Steam l.aundrv, the best Laundry in the world Mo Co MICJFIL)li!T9 MERCHANTTAILOR Is Receiving His to;r Itook-Ca.e- ailih'l, j FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Give him a Trial POWDER Absolutely Pure. I Two Pianos, one Organ, two Wardrobes, two Dining Koum Safes, one Walnut Ksten.ion Din , one large I'cdttead ing 1 able, one and Wire Spring.. Pillows, illankets, I'omI Oil and man) other things For cash theve ar lank tides can be had nt a bargain Appl) to AI.KX S I'AXION Stanford, Kv Also a clock., pilltv. Illankets and thrrvgiiod mattre.ses. Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, STMFORD PLHNING MILL Floorings SldlnjjH, Celling, FIiiInIiIiij; CO. A !.,.. 1 1 This powder never varies. A marvel ol nuritv strength and wholesnmeness More economical and cannot be sold in than the ordinary competition wiih the multitude of low tctt, short Oflice neat dnor to Whitehead's Drug Slots. SoIU only In weight alum or posphat- - powders Specialattenlion cven to dUeases of children cans Kiivai llskivo I'divokm Co., 106 Wall Street, New York S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, M'l VKHNON.KV. Lumber, MoulclliigH, HrnckelH, Scroll Work, FrauicN, SnHli, DoorH, HlhidH, Veranda Yi'ork, Etc. A. C. SINE, kin. Superintendent. IIUW-'MAN- f. ' A. S. PRICE, SURGEON STAN SPECTJIiATIOlT. va- NEW 1 CO AkL YAJID. am Agent For 1 he l.hZK l , DENTIST, I), KV .".." Oflue on l.anianer street, in room rcccntlv cated h Ilr W. II I'enn) GEO. A.KO:IER, SUPERIOR LILY COAL, BANKER AND BROKER And will keep it constantly on hands in my yard, 40 &. 4 SUKOkON DKNTIST, - - KlNTilKV, STAhrollO, Office south side Jfain, two door, above Dapot St, llroadway and si New Street, NKW VOKK CITV in Stanford THAT FIGHT H.sllln.Prop'rA.Q.SImmons Llv Keplator, Eafd by Zeilln lafi. M. A. S. L. M. hsa for 7 )car cured L Also Llmo, Sand and Hair. Hire mr a Call 0. H. M'ROBEIiTS, STANFORD, ELY. M. 1)., Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions and Petroloum. OJ-t- JOHN 11 -- l HIC.OINS, Stanford. Louis, I'rop'r M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, KstM In lh U. S. Court DiriATi J. Ss?. IMDioasnoM. fllliovaNtts. DvanrsiaJtim llain.ru Tn.- - C Tho Original Wins. K. Simmons. SL s NOUGHT SOl.OA CAKHIKI) ON MAKCIN I' S. -- Stnd for esplanatory pamphlet 61 ! Having removed to this place trout I.iht-rtv-, to practice In. profosion, cjll, the nttrntion oi tho puh lie to the fact thut lie will be ready at all hours iliy or night 10 anvwer tails in town or country. Thirty years of his lite were spent in Stanford and he deems it unnecessary to speak ot hia ability as aphvsician and suri;cin Ashjrcofthe patronage of the people ot Manfotd and vie mty Uuked by him 65 tf I ly R. B. GEOGHEGAN, SUCCESSOR TO To the FarmerB of West Lincoln, Casey and Elsewhere. authorized by Mr C C VatiArs Having dale, tironrletor of lluslonvllle Kollcr Mills, as his purclia.c ofI wheat ..ill this section of sgeni for . the ..,.1 ...! ..l-- .l tl .L Country, I call wun cunnurnccuu ntj uiu auu uicu friends of the farming public to set me before en gaging their crops rl.ewhere. Having been In th trade about wenty )rars, I am familiar with I warranted, therefore, in the thcbuvliifis declaration that I will ht able to facilitate the transfer ot your crops to the advantage of ill con cerned J H GRKKN jJ .ArrTiT,B.Sou Stomach,M. K. m ' T Ilcam. Pastor Etc wins AOimi, Isnn., miles:"! s snouiu nava wen dead but ror your ucnuin M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine. I have sometimes had to tubstltuu "Zellln'a slult" for your Medi clnt, but It don't answer the purpose." Dr. J. n. Gravet, Editor Tkt . IltIMt. kfrmnhl, T..M I received a nacksire of rour Liter Medicine, and have used half of it. It works like a charm, t want no better Liver ReRulator and cer- no more ol zeilln sautur. cow-arO- s, M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, have moved flu-ge- r, MY MEAT W. SHOP V 611 4TH AVENUE. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. fl To Lancaster st'rcet opposite I he Court House I also kci-- s lot ol I1RICI hand ready for sile Stanford, Ky ItAMSKV The Nobbiest &, Most Stylish Stock of FOB. and 25 Acres Land SALE.-House Chesapeake & Ohio PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID ! FALL HATS, Kvcr brought to the city ol l.outsvllle, now open including thu vrorld-rrnown- TRAINS- - Two miles South ol Stanford on .Veal's Creek Address me at Carlisle, Ky W.CKAIG. LOlrTID 5c CO., KNOX A JOHN B. STETSON & CD'S. HATS Andm'somy own importation of Knglish Hats and Caps An elegant line ot Canes and Lyon's Celebrated Umbrellas aiva)s on hand, Fine To Washington, Richmond Old Point Comfort. BAST and - and McKINN'KY, KY. "VsTIEST To Loulsvllo Connection.dirccl B CHICKEN Cholera Cure! s Oinoiinnati AND No 1. Daily 3 i I Cincinnati r.Vfiifrr; If Congress would adjourn, as it ought to have douc long ugo, thu country might be saved the humiliquarrels in tho ation of further cellar-doo- r tienate. Ilostnn Hernia: llelva Ann Lockwood Is getting in her work at the agricultural airs In New York nud New Jersey. Chuir-ma- n lirico and Chairinuu Quay should keep an eye on Uclva. Pontine IKKjNjsfrr. A Democratic Admin-jstratio- n has restored N),?.K),rj0 acres to the public domain and recommends the of ft.'),(W,.ri.,M acres more. Comment is unnecessary. Chicago Tunc: What has become of the waspish John J. Iugulls! Since writing his .memorable letter ut tho timo of tho Chicago convention bo soems to have lapsed into silence measureless and profound. New York .Star; General Harrison la represented as greatly cheered up by the news from Maine. The grandson of his grandfather must have beeu in a very gloomy state of mind if he had any doubt that Maine would give turn its electoral vote. St. Louis iiUDlnticl: General Harrison Hn declaring himself unalterably opposed to diminishing in any degree tfic burden of taxation Imposed upon the ieop)e by the present high protective tariff puts himself forward as tho champion of the favored classes as against tho oppressed masses. The Issue Is clearly made and the people can vote with open eyes In November. A Mother's Memory. For Drugs, Medicines, the famous Sv.up ol Figs and to ret your prescriptions promptly and cor- SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, OAFS, rectly tilled ut all hours, and to get your Staple Cloves and other i'urs, a specialty Orders out Groceries, fine Clears, Toilet Articles, &c.,Kito I.ovd (fe Co.. cKinncy Hr I. A. WILLIAMS side ot city solicited, perfect satisfaction guaranwill attend to our drug department; also attend to teed Don't tail toordera N'onilY HAT 11 lyr tbe wants of the sick night or da), in town or country 3" for all points in the WEST NORTH SOUTH-WES- T. IN HrfKCTNOl WEST No. 4. Dally I Ifl'Qrf Record. in Hi fkr Mm A I, '87, 7 Ex. Sun. m m m m m m m flnHtVHU,MlWiblTl . CHKUtO sy It ((& I.ve Louisville .., Arr l.eslngton. " While Sulphur Storings.. " Charlottsville;VMJunct, " Richmond.. " Newport News " Washington. " llaltimore 1'hlUdclphia " New York Norfolk Hi Wwa -- A NEW FAST MAIL Leaving lloth Old i'olnt Comfort 00 p m 6 jo a pm 11 50 a ,10 5 10 a 5 to p m I 40 p ' p m 1 50 p 9 00 to 35 a m 6 3$ p ill 00 a m 7 00 p Bkk wHaBwafialKnamVl a 11 COMPANY 940pm pm 11 a j 00 a m a m 6 2o 40 a m 7 40 pm 8 i3 p m 11 3 LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Daily, Secures to Travelers, o.oam jp m 00 a m CREAM M& THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Hopeful Youth Yes, madam, 1 have called to ask tbe hand of your daughter. Madam The time has come. In the year 1885, June 'X, at half past 5 o'clock?in tbe afternoon, 1 stopped car No, 823 at Eleventh and Chestnut, and not a man there offered mo a seat. I rode from Chestnut to Spring Garden street banging by a strap. "Brutal I" "Yes, and you sat the whole distance, within four feet of ma. Gol" Philadelphia n LEXINGTOJJ,KY. 'Mi Ever attempted between the jtreat commercial cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hence the fastest lime and most comfortable trains between all points in the South, or to the West and Northwest. The counterpart of this train on all trunk lines Is denominated The Limited Express. The superb rolling stock we employ gives patrons Unlimited Comfort, TAl all Coupon Ticket Offices in the South ) oil will find our time tables and tickets. Say get Monon and stick to Monon, if you want to save money and have a pleasant journey. K. O.McCOKMICK, General Passenger Agent, Chicago. City Ticket Agents and Officers: E, A. iIucknm, J7 ith Ave,, Louisville, Ky Icket office or address I. M.Torhknci, 119 Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio W C. WICKHAM, 1 Mo-no- Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than '"ADDITIONAL TRAINS:-N- o. ti, daily ex. all other diseases combined. But the cept Sunday, leave Olive HilUUS a m; Ml. dUcoyery ol a remedy mat positirtly 7 00 am; arrive Lexington 835 a m; arrive at Cincinnati via Winchester 11 J5 ". cum it has been made, and to be conexcept Sunday, leave Cincinnati No. 11, dally loop m; Lexington 5 J$ p m; arrive Mt. Sterling vinced of its efficacy only requires a 7 13 pm; Olive Hill 9 Jo p m trial, a bottle is enough foi No. j, daily, leave Clifton Forge at 7 00 a m; Charleston a 30 P "i; arrive Ashland 5 40 p m; one hundred chickens. It is guarColnmbus 11 17 p m. anteed If, after using s of No. 6, daily leave Ashland 7 10 a mi arrive at a bottle, the buyer is not thorough Charleston una m; Clifton Forge 7 36 p m. on all through trains. "P. Ilman Sleeping Cars leave Norf ork on Mon satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Old Dominion Steamships dap, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Satur Cholera, return it to the undersigned day at 6 30 p in for New York, Tickets, Kaics, inioruiauun, etc., appiy iu and your money will be refunded. ror l.eslngton Division Trains run by Central ti me Main LiaeTrains cast of Huntington run by East era time, which Is one hour faster than Central Sler-lin- g 50-cen- ts two-third- Receive. Oen'l Pass Ag H. W FULLER, I For sale by McRoherts 1 Stagg; Stanford. J ij rvsr-y- m