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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888101901 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. T pSEMi-WEfiKL-Y Interior JourNaij STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER d9, 1888. NO. 72 VOL. XVI. i JACOB AND ESAU. -- ial 0. 1 t . ot St. T foril. the privilege (if deciding between these LANCASTER. GARRARD COUNTY. !I0TIIIK else! two bow, in all probability we should GDI) IS Sermon Preached In StofordOct. II, 1808, hpve It is repoiteil that Kd. l'rlce ami entirely reversed the divine decN-foty Rev. 8eo. Darde. Minx .Mary PnincN weie innri led last nitil have i n itiitead of JaPltAleJK TifIC It Is w i itten, Tbvt. IIoiiiihih i; "Ai night. n cob, For the simple that nt tin Jacob have I loved, Imt l'.au " have I A parte numbering about '20 went Olivet Knn m'oiiis to have bail every I.K11UJ n:oi!(K()lMJKO.AKNlismm ,,. hated." t.,1K.,niia ou the oxt.,lr. . iiior.il advantage over his brother, f These wouIh are a quotation, wf tlliln character us a boy shows up in far bright Mon Wednesday. MHO HTIIF. IXniiKL? trojhutory words, "as It Is written," In- - er rolor. Take the instance of the birth The new bell Is here at Inst mid In VllLIAMNTOV,0NT.Cot'.ST,KY. .n...i.. rri.T... .iM.iii.tiiit'rAiii llii. itrrmri. Its place at the It Is n gem, ' faau had just come in f mm a Ion? .. Oit. nt, i88s.j ii liiiinnini"i i... i.:..i. in .1... mm riant ... iiii.i iimik iiiit i ii ecy nm wT Ji iiilMHii run nir muvh ; with clear, mellow, melting tones. i r. i u I r.KIUI.; . V.MITIUIV lOUriLT- ... Itl,,, inim i M""1 """iwiiii' I'HUllll utinuil. 1,.. Pr The .News' Paint Lick THE lurnWi I w mu,t .wropriule says that Brown and Dunlap were fii.i.eh ?' ""'I' ',Tk' "' '"I""''- . ,,.. u l,vi,il.oilnil. Tu ' .....,.. most lainiiug miii uuuger, asKCii ine ia- - comment -on wiiat i navejimitrving to to sjieak there Saturday. Why this . t . . strong impression mention of an ordiuaiv occurence?) " " ""'" "' "r,V'- ? truth Intentionally overstates the ; ., io . ,. So you wanted the devil to burn till ( iiivi vol Hi'on hi nr nt. . :J"nion htiuiniiitv. lint tatMuk of bntherlvi!tMierat on. that l W pcnoni , IWlwr5'im-,.r?'l,,, , uelinqueiit coi respondents. Well, we ,1 f iaTM, U l, U- -1 hl, utterance have felt his burning touch, having ' .,,.U.1 ?,M ! strayed lifter the old deceiver in search reiusfo; mihu up ins ueari in uiihvuii.i 01 im- lainouu piencuer 01 iirooKiyn to net at the exact truth in the case we wc como back to the Ih now jammed and packed from floor to tak- - eruucle. It came to hundreds of thous-int- r of news; but hardmjs, and then and there ceiling with have to nbutu noinuwhat the Mrenjtth of frowning editor, thoroughly convinced a mean, ungenerous and cruel advnii- - amis of readerd yesterday morning. Finest Display of Seasonable Goods ever shown th lant;uaf;e. fabricator of news, he excels tujre of his brother's famished condition, wonder how many it shocked and dis- - that, as in Lincoln County. In the strict meaning of the worul (.iod the other boss. ery few, l tear, Tim ,,r'm """ """ ' nnni, jUWionor.iqie Kn,u ili.T AnitraTv Cicero Hall, superintendent, of the j L, loo famllLr In orthodox pulpit., of k w. M, teS liiS, JI'V The proprietor, Mr, $. L. POWERS, has spent the last l'l,U'r 1rotu'r " 'rtlimit und too common in the orthodox relijr Wrought Iron Range Co., is making " v)l iA we'ro vlt VlJmr Vdrlit 'died with several as- few weeks in .New York City, looking for Bargains in ev" f oirnmii)c ur n nirwroi juiMir. iv wan " ioun nurary io exciie lUUCU comment. It headquarters here, and " for uiT." H'"t'w,,' habby and unprincipled trick, is with the hope that, at least, the limit- - sistants is selling Itanges in this and ad- erything adapted to the wants of his customers at the old When, therefore, it is here atlirnicil joining counties. Some of our citizens wiiuii we cannot too Heartily despise. ; wi circle wno re.ui tliu I.nteiuoii home store. The goods are now Pouring In by the Car-Loa- d, by :ho Lord that "Vjuu have I hated," too, when the time came for the .val may have their attention called to who jiurehased Ranges of this Comjiany we must bear in mind that the full force and Prices are Lower than ever known in the Histo-r- v axed Kiac to confer his tiual benediction, the matter that I notice this ferocious several years ago have them yet and recof the word "hated" Is not to be taken. ommend them highly. of the Mercantile Business. Case after case of and he called Ks.111 and sent him out to' Vifni. Here it l; Paul Is talking on the mibject of Will Harris, It. It. agent at Carlisle, the tleld to tind the t;anio and prepsro "Ah, Intidelity, stand up mid taketliv The whole chapt" Is devoted to a the eavory dish which he loved, that he wntence!' In tltb pn'rteiileofCJoJamlaii- - is visiting his jiarents here at his old discussion of that theme, and by refer might eat of it for the last time and uro- - !e'",1(.,, ' ""t""' ' np.inoHnionMer.iny home. Will Ferguson, a lover of the lip blasted with blasphemy, thy cheek Barnes Troiipejind gosjiel, has just reence to the context preceding this juo iiiiiiiii'i iiik iriiuun : tiioti : ..-- ' L":,;r' mtlnn ui. Imint that the nt riiLMIon.tJi.it .." hlcriiir, wirrvn nuu nisi, iny oreaiii 10m Wltil turned from Williamstown looking retlMejiltig the corruption of the ages'. Stand till, r"iLii..ti7ri.'T.;iKn.Mt KaU,n'ff.l.. telnSkv.w-oliMMMUlill,y S 5 at thejtent door. No,ooiier has Kx.iu wiiyr, tllUiy goat, buzard of the nations, freshed and liajipy. .The jture gosjiel, , a" .1 iBUHitr w iinijB WIH.T 01 Hiumiltirtw' ""' V'TCX fA wink OMftl,.,,, I... n.,.1 hi i,i,i!l,..r Mnml lip. thou has been a feast to him, jiowerfully : Part man, part pan- - (reached nud sweetly sung, as it will be (Odnccpniinfcto hlttium mixHt bUiml. , 1,.. practic- - i "uumter niturelit A.i tll..r Imrt I .... n ftli, 1Slr! . iKrniM iiitiui .1 nil' iiriiri' .1... I'liniM .1..1 11 iuiii 1...1..., . ng an outrageous imposition upon the und. take thv sentence! Thv bnmlv n.il to nil candid hearers. The lectures being delivered nightly All Sizes and St vies, and often at not the cost of the stuff that the degree of love and hate in the ..1.1 l.llK.I j .,.. tu It .lr.,du. U llll till' llllHliI III U'lltl'll l.nul ii'iuli. text may be exactly expired l.. Jniiw... thvfkim ,,i.llV(l llK)ll thesmoothskin t';1: thy feet crimson with the human gore this week by Elder dine have been fairthev are made of. I cho-e- n . ,, , ,. thiougb wh icli thou bast waded; stand ly well attended. If our jieople knew ., ,. Ku.,l(UU latiiigtheworils, with what a treat they miss when they fail to , , , , or e ecteil, Ks.ni iih. i..jlecte.1." ".' ami V'"w thy bentencel nnJ llins J'KO". palming hlmmdf ,.,r ..... thee"'".the ..; .....i cup on tun" to This p.i.s.s ago has ong Jeii made tlie, f:1I'nilil.s tlm ,, h,lwtwJ,; and hear theoe veiy instructive and enter,hl oM linff . t,R M lWan aciinv ttnMm of taining lectures, the hoii'-- would be (iibraltar of the U.dvlnlst.eMoclr.nc of .....Cpking IntTWank. "'I. the bed of knives which tin wicked . ...! iiiKfjiiilitlon.il e cct on to eternal ........ijii- 1.1 :.... 1. ..1 ' I... . muiiii-iuM- i ...I .uruiiiem. . ami. let inv filled every night. There w ill be anoth i ii.iii 1.., 1... it.., in-i"v 111 . ii' jvi inraniui: iii'iuii-the everlasting ami one er lecture That it does not teach that dm trine, and his brother return'. 1 here can be no music Enough for everv man, woman and child in the county, and whom thou hast dnmnel' I brand night closing the series. that it will not bear such n construction, or palliation for Mich conduct. forehead of Intidelity withall the crimes ij,'ht,i CHEAP don't express it; it cost more to make them in Just after dark on .Moniiav M'enis to me to be ttuebcyondthc slight- - j No wondei Ks.ni was indignant. No!of for the last century manv cases than we charge. C'lav Hamilton, a youth, while on the doubt. Thnt5(Ml electh iihmi now Is' wonder he threatens hU brother with ' ' who Imil their way from his boarding house to the store freuly adiiiituxl, That He elects tbeiiii ho that he tiecs from home for Mr TaIuinjw u IIIKU.llI, 0 tla. t.ritnt, w as assaulted and robbed by some unthrough belief and obedience of the We have come to know from years of pleasant business ac. I''1'"'. of suicide. After convenientlv disposing known Clay was so astonished man cannot lie denied. That etvry 0( quaintance with the people of this grand old County of ALMiiLwIum Uvear later Jacob. HukIi Miller-w- ho went and excited that he can tell but little lias the power to decide for himself iiirmu'j 10 me lanu 01 Canaan ai ine mad, after wrestling in an unsuccessful about it, except that he was filched of Lincoln just about what is needed in whether or not be will be one of the head of a numcious caravan, hears that attemjit to make the tlrst of Genesis several dollars. As the thief is still at manifest from the apostolic Ksau is loiniug to meet him with a comelect, exhortation, "iuak yourcallingaudelec-- l pany of 100 men, his guilty conscience sipiare with his scientific tlieoiy, and large, no stejis have been taken towards j change of venue. tionmirc." Two things in my texture instantly sirgests that it is mi errand of blew ids brains out; and of William w I o, beyond doubt, went mad over - Stephen Marrs, after a brief Illness ihti-- i nu First, beyond a vengeance for the destruction of him and thmal lift contemplated ill the passage-b- ut all his. He sends 011 jiresetit after pres- an unsuccessful atte.njit to square Cal- of acute pneumonia, died in the "IVlyear ' only that God chose Jacob to Ikj the ent to Hijeiise his brother's sttjiposed vinism with his sweet, instinctive belief of his age a his home Tuesday morning. in a God of Lof, and tried rcjieatedly On Wednesday morning touching and SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS, he.wl of a nation of people which He in- wrath, arranges his caravan so that those to destroy himself the preacher seems imjtresaive funeral services were contended to raise up for a specitlc iiurjK.se, dearest to him are put tot ami can have if I understand him, that the ducted by llev. J. C. Itandoljih at the is and that Ksau was simply uot chosen. the best cliance to cscajie, and then rails tou.swrt, And everything men, women or children can wear. other jieoplc were sane, who destroyed late residence of deceased, after which Their eternal Interests were not involved upon God to help and defend him in an our daily study and nightly dream to please those the nife'lvcs because tbev hint )un 1I0- - the remains wete interred in Imcaster at all. 'Ksau had just as good a chance, wrcstlitnr in jjrayer on tho imlt,a by intlileltty into "tho belief to whom we owe all that we are as to our sucthat Cemetery. Mr. Marrs was one of our m far as his future ami eternal salvation banks of the Jabbok. will, u ...... I. Then oldest business men, having embarked ..u is our pleasure to sell low and to make cess in life. rt t III itl xavoa't. mtril.iilinn ILIIIIMtlVII wun concerned, after Im was rejected usjj., .,,.,.,. w ilitliiuv in the mercantile business in this town saucame.il was not 10 imnci veil-- . ,.om,)(t i.t, ......, it to the interest of all who trade in Stanford to buy of ... . .. before. Second, the ground UKin which geinw, oiuioin-siolorgnenewiioiioj,,,,,,,..,!,,!. 0n whch j W(MU, tv 'M years ago. He was upright, kind and is our ambition and pride to have the most atus. Jacob was elected and his brother rejec- w his dcadlv hate, but to imprint mark: generous, and led an even, quiet life of God the kiss of love; not injure, but to jirof-fe- r ted, was not the arbitrary jiower 1. That he can only be sentencinc Ix- tractive store in all this part of this most glorious section was honored by the old and respected to do its He ileases. Jacob was chosen bids guidance and jirotection. Forgotten ni)Ki, when he of country that God's sun ever shone upon. To this end of the two for, are all the wrongs he had .s Ho red at his Intidelity "stand hji" to hear the awful by the young. We will greatly miss this because he was thewe have ransacked the whole globe in person, and thro' aged citizen, whose mild "good morning" divine purpose.. Just as. merchant who limtlu'rV linmt- --M vimii-- liefnn. fnruli-i.award jironounced by the jwstor of . ... .. ...w., whose gentle our agents, that we may offer our customers 01 i UvMiym to employ n ,,u tmu.K.rv iU1( injustice, and In a Brooklyn Tabernacle. "Intidelity," iu we heard almost daily, and and aj.pHcants for the J.lace, will tak tl,e foiul hrothfr lovlnj! fiubniev lip shows the abstract, can neither "sup on sobs" salutations strengthened our esteem Increased our admiration for this good more con..etent and the better.iialitled; tm. .Ilorositv nnil kin.ilineM of his nor "roll on knives," nor any of the rest. gentleman. and courteous u student to jv nol)j0 jiear"t as a jih)Meiun desiring Stripped of verbiage, Dr. Talmage is to sleej at ollice will take the brighter' jn au tbe'se iiibtances the moral sujie- - damning Col. Ingersoll and his follow- And now that he has gone read in his last, we can but join with all the town 11. ami more iiminising 01 iwo ihjjs is clearly and strongly ers, who have professed an utter disberiority of of symjiathy for the familief iu Tahnage's God, and will not have in expressions heek tlie Jiosilion; jusi as ncarpemer win shown. ly in this their grievous and mournful We have the services of a Xew York buyer the 'ear around the lad who choose for an ajijirentice Put ttol saw deeper than we ami chose him at any price. adding piayers for their consolahbows the greatest njititude for learning more wisely than we could have chosen. ''. Dr. Talmage is, of course, sjeaking time, to watch for Bargains, and we give our customers the tion and comfort, and expres the hope eho-of All succeeding ages lmvo the cjiriMHitur'n tmde; s Gol as a mouthpiece of ins t.ou. He would demonstrated benefit of them. To attempt to name one article in a that when their allotted years have gone tlu'M) two unborn infants the one in the correctness of Ills decision. He saw not dare, formally, to sit in tho judghundred would be folly come, which, with the eye of omniscience, He (i, that while Ksau was a dull boy, Ja- ment seat, even to consign the man who and the time for their departure that they may juiss jieacefully into an beheld the slumbering qualities that bet- cob was briaht and smart. At every has beaten him iu argument to endless with "I'ncle ter titled him to accomplish the object turn Ksau U outwitted. He Is a mure torment. No! he speaks ran Go. And unclouded and endlefe rest Stephen." use him. His tool in his brother's hand. His mental the unctions approval of thehideoussen-tencfor which He desired to And everv article is purpose was to found and tinman? a na cajiacity was exceedingly limited, and is perfectly apparent, In verv care Syrup of Pigs tion of pcojile to which He could com his brain woiked with painful slowness fully constructed jihmse. It Nature'i own true laxative. It is the ,. , , ... , , , mit His oracles and reveal His character, , . :i. Passing, in thorough disgust, the taken, and the most effective which He might He).iratetroni,theaiK)m-inatlon- s ease. Dullness is a fault that is always ghastly dlsjilay of "fine writing" on such moit easily remedy known to Cleanse the System of the surrounding peoples, and constitutional and incurable. Hence for a fearful subject for we must remem Costive; to dispel educate, up to u high spiritual Jlaui?, tliro' Ksau there was no hope that he would ber that these sermons are no magnetic when Bilious or Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habitwhich after Uv lajise of centuries the ever bo otherwise. Hut Jacob's slyuesd outbursts of altmport eloquence, but Many grand Specialties are arriving daily, and are here Piles, etc. MeJsiah might come acconling to the and trickiness were simply the abuso of carefully penned discourses, furnished ual Constipation, Indigestion, to-dYou can find them any day and gone Manufactured only by the California Fig tleah, and by which, after He had come, his brightness. The whool teacher the press in advance of delivery I would Syrup Company, San Francisco. Cal. we have sold goods cheap before, but you call. We think the goodnewH of His salvation knows that he may tlmiah tho etupld situjily offset this great D. D.'s idea of For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. have never shown all wool Red Underwear at 50 cents a throughoiU ihe orld. Toatart QV ten tJmi.a ft dav nul ,,, wit ., heralded God, bv the contrasts furnished in the m 111 ' hucU a iijitloi lie chooses Aopinani iw move no faster and, his ' lessons w ill be Bible. garment, or a good white or gray Merino Undershirt at 25c Bringing Gladness calla him out of Ur of learned no better than before. But he its fouRtaln-heaiLook at the White Blankets at $1 a Jesus- - Who came to "reveal" God; to To millions, pleasing their palates and until this season. the Chaldees, removes him far oil' to the knows that for the smart, mischievous "manifest the Father," in Whose "bos- cleansing their systems, arousing their Liv- puirj' also the extra large part Wool Blankets at $1.75. 25 westward and settles him in the land of boy who keejM the school in an uproar, om" He had lain from eternal ages-m- ore ers, Kidneys, Btomachs, and Bowel to a cent all wool Socks for 15c. At this season of the year Canaan. Of Abraham's two sons, Isaac and neglects his books to play hisjiranks than 1800 years ago, had somu deal- healthy activity.. Such is the mission of to you can find mountains of cheap and fine Blankets and and lahmael, Ho chooses the former upon evervone within reach, a strong ings with "intidelity" and "intldcls," the famous California liquid fruit remedy, Comforts, stacks of Winter Clothing, including Overcoats, be iu the liaaof descent to the; coming application of the birch is of incalcuhv and this is the way He treated them. Syrup of Figs. etaxth-'lattOf Iaaac'H Ration, n& piles of Woolen Hosiery, and Winter Flannels and Jeans, hie betietit. I wouldn't give a farthing Surelv Jeusalerq wa$ Infidelity embodFor sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. two Bone, He choses Jiicob and rejects for a boy without a vein of restlessness ied, 'in spUe of nil His miracles of powheavy Boots and Shoes", Hats and Caps, all Ksau, and thus eliminates from the line and mischief in him. For that is the ev- er; His words of Love, Jerusalem reject That Hacking; Coufh can be o quickly eurcp certain strait of bd blood in iBhmael idence of good parts, and shows the pos- ed the Son of God. If that Is not infi- by Shijoh. CureN We gurWJ it. MslWbeiU and Ksau that were but Illy suited to the session of the stutTthat will make him a delity, what is? And now comes the A Susc. Stanford; Crow Si Co., McKinney; E. W. Jone, Crh Orchard. divine purpose. In short, Gqd wisliea man of force. Hut I would't give a far sentence of woe. Let us bear jt: Slceplctt nlghu made mleriMc by lint terrible the highest possible starting thing for a mischievous boy who la alto attain "0, Jerusalem! Jerusalem! 'How often cough. Shlloh'i Cure i the remedy for you jioint lor tlw nation no oesirea io ioubo, lowed to grow up uugoverned and would I have gathered thee, aa a hen McKobcm SUgg, Stanford; Crow & Co., Mo in order to avail Himself of the operation (when he needs it) unthrashed. Bring doth gather her brood under her wings, Kinney; E. W. Jone. Crab Orchard. You can scarcely believe your own eyes. of the great kereJitary law that "like down the rod upon his back with a vim but ye would not. Behold your house Catarrh Cured, health and iweet breath aecured ShUoh'lCaianh Remedy. Price 50 cenu. Na-- al by produce like." In reaching that start- when he requires it, or kewlU-turout is left unto you desolate l" And then Injector free. McRoberU &. Stagg. Staoford; W ith grateful acknowledgments for for past favors, we ing point we connot but observe, in the a ruined man. Now God knew this was the Savior of the world bowed bis head Crow Ss Co , McKinney; K. W Joo, Crab touched upon process of elimination just most earnestly invite everybody in Lincoln and adjoining grief and wept like a exactly Jacob's case., He was sly, tricky, in eenslaBt use God made of the great overreaching, but He knew these faults child. what counties to call and see us. You are cordially welcome if r, a. daws. HILTON. Jecientllc principles of "natural selection" simply betokened a bright, active mind, Corujmre this with Dr. Talmage's: you don't want a cent's worth of goods. Make our house and tho Vsarvlval vi the fittest." and that a little sound thrashing would "Stand up, satyr; filthy goat; buuard of your headquarters While in town. His eye la fixed upon the farofffuture. cure him. So down cornea the divine the nations," and tell me, dear reader, if DiAltnsiR Tho destiuy of the world Is involved In rod upon him. this man's God, in Whose awful "Name the bless-ing- s he pronounces sentence on the culprit, tho choice He makes. Owing to the press of other matter, of tho Christian religion, under tho we are foreed to defer balance till next is the "God and .Father of our Loan Je- ROWLAND. KY 8CS'0Mt8T?" shadow of which we sit and In which we" Issue. Boya' But there is another swifter witness Have just opened a new ltockof Men'a andGoods, Hoou, Shoei, Dry so greatly rejoice, are directly traceable "In the Clothing, Hat. Cap, Uroceriek. . ... Wilt you uner with Dypep'u and lifer Com- against him than even this. i n. J ii i Notioni and Family. to tho fact that God chose Jacob and re plaint? Shitoh'j Vltatitrr ii guaranteed 10 cure mouths of two witnesses shall everything Coal Country produce tanen inaio cicningc ior you; McRobtttt A Su,j, Stanford; Crow A Co. be established." goodi ai higheit market price. Come one, come jected Ksau. all, and learn the advantage in trade. (To be Continued.) nd yet, Htrange to Bay, If l'.y had had McKlntieyJ E. W.Jonrs, Crab Orchard. lot m i n. hn-c- I;S-- r,ont. loa-u- ' I ff TO j THE GUARDS! i I murt-liou&- e. - -.- I .,, - r iii-nn- I 1 H corn-sjKinde- - W riii... ... '"' '""'" , 1'W. "' h. sje-cii- il - . !SSn,SJlKv .ffdTS r "' ""v' (.Ut'.'TliI-wi.Mvcr!.il.twl.L.!- Old rn - lul i Reliable Great Bargain Store lan-thi'tj- c to-da- y 1 ' 11 setitt-.5V,h- f' o1 I Joi'h-The- ) Klec-tio- n. "3; i' - "...' 111111 1 "K . Winter Clothing, Suits, and Farts of Suite, Heavy and Light Overcoats, . Aifl5,, ir..'irsn I V f a ,,. ,, 1 tliz-w- ".Fai-obhav- e ,,. 1 1 ,.' .0 111111 1111 - .... e BOOTS AND SHOES, aitwr-,t,oftho- e e 111 et I" e. gos-p- el jiei-son- n-- tla-nwo- f s j Cow-jie- r, 11 r Dry Goods, Clothing, It ; ; all-nig- 1 1 1 .:.... It n-a- It - 11 11 t, . .- - uook-kwn.- ...... tru-jii- ' bt white-haire- d H-- ati Better Values tlian Can Be Found Elsewhere. Couxvtars and ShlvB Ar Trail, o ... - ..,. Head-ache- s, A Splendid ay to-morr- Bargain ! ;Wt . m l, er. So Wonderfully Cheap Oreh-ar- broken-hearte- d - HII.TON D AVX8 General 'Merchandise, To-la- y S. L. POWERS & CO., STAHTOIUD, t iii fflMifciitii j. i,r -1 na(P mj. bTANFORD.-KY- V. ., m. X -- UCTOlinu f ... 1 15), . - nrtrt 1HPO V. Pr WALTON, 1 GOV. J. R M'CREARY Fires tlie Heart of the Dc mocrcv, L And Makes Victoty,Easy and Sure in Lincoln. TORCHLIGHT ritOCKSIOX AND SKRK.SAUK. . CHURZH AFFAIRS. ue to tho farmer in omminiriiHi a nun ture'ns in the past, if they would Htill s . ; innrket for 1,1 jcorn, wheat d stock, he- - I honor thvotn with their suffrage, ho ,,' llt th, EI1I1 seat, while cheer nfier cheer re. t the sides benefiting all the people. till . . til -- , iw..i..n:w.. ri. i. Mostoftheurowu which linl sat r 4V VsUIIll'nU J'jAVIII'VUII Dill. Ilf A. .,,. 11M1,i1I11.,lf .... n 'tro.luce.l tills bill and engineered it to a tlnouKh three hours of Mieaking, then,' ll..n T..... , tlnal parage. It is iminediately opera- - disiened, leaving h ell win ing tho air .,,. ... :..l....n.l V.. m .... tivo and prohibits this most undesirable in his endeavor to get it to remain and ,uiVlUimi tt), and detcstible of people from desecrating hear his rejoinder. Hut few did so, and it0i,,,,t Turner ho died Hear War- ho was so rattled that he could say but saw, Ky., tho other day, sought to inV our suit. oth, 1epaitnient of Agriculture This little, speaking but 7 of tho Ui minutes (n1 ,;nMm nl tm n o Mnvw is the romt he Introduced in the U)th allowed him. Of course tho aDovo is a by giving the full amount he sold them ('oiigres. It is now the law, and bv it very impel feet synopsis of tho Uovcrn- - for to tho chinches. the farmer!), heretofore, unrecognized in or's speech, which was pronounced by nil One rf the In Lincoln to,, tho Cabinet, will havo full renresenta-- ' who heard it as one of the best over tie- - 1? PfQ3 s.ll ACfcn: btil Acre fruit furin jo ill O. ami jjj Acre k00'' knob html, n ill U oM livered here, llo completely skinned tion. 31. Send lor hill with cunuilele infurnialion Regarding the political outlook, the tho Uttlo Hed Hog allvo and left no II. Kliih', .MoitUnd, Ky (JoVernor said he lutd good news to snout upon liim to root out the democra-brinLAND He had just returned fioin New ey, as he promised his nigger and white SALE. York, where the lenders told him the! friends here the other night. loo acre on the SointMet unit Crab t.k r- t .,, , t,M ,,.,...,p. ir. i ,.., 0ERCOATS I IN- - j I I hi .,. I Ill I Satinets and Kerseys, Worsteds and Chin chillas. In Light and Dark Colors and Oclo-li- 11 l g. p- - f i H Wednesday was Hed Letter Day with the Iemocracy of Lincoln and the day's work will tell most cratifyiiiKly at the ZiHAds I election, next montli. Uov. McCreary Ills, best nl hi nplenxlid specJi, wiw$ of Muuntain, Coal har .oo acrr, more or It i safe to'sav.' made scorch of votes for and Timbrr l.ahdt that I will mII at a ItarRaiu r.. . ." J .'. ' kr.lien uio have u ttore room to rent lor a furniture and unv him and the National UcKeu dertaking, haidoarr or tlnncr' ivtablohnienl speaking began promptly at 1 o'clock, lepublican outlook, and lie described it Theeare Rood for aodavii Tor furthrr inform mation, write M C V. MHICAI.F was fairly rilled and by ,,y Hkeulng it to thnt given by a voung the court-roollarbourtille, Kjr Come PntcrnM Choice it Sixes. Ho.v. J. A. McKknzik says Uen. Palmthe time the Governor's time came it lnat1 who on jttinK up next morning, ITI1I.IC SAI.KOF governor of Illier in sure to be elected was literally packed. .Mr. Xooe, the pro- - nfu.r ,R.ing put to Rjee, wj,h ,s n nois and hu thinks the electoral vote will , candidate, Iel oir in a harmless, jon fn n 8trange to see if it also go to Cleveland. This is most too SHORTHORN CATTLE! effort of an hour, in which WU(J jHyj Mt urountj ;n tj,e darknetw till rosy n view, but we hope "Jim" is not he said nothing new and by which ho )IC t0 ti,e window of the cupboard, mistaken. He has been stumping the Mrnr (iramille CtCit and K I iaher, ol wade no converts. fashionably l))le county, w.ll hold a lolnf kj (Opening It, he looked, as 'he supposed, .State though and ought to know what he bnil Shorthorn Cattle alux II L. Kwell, Ksq., alias the Little Hud j out nvon $w darkoned world "and Mid FAIR CROUNDS, DANVILLE, 0CT.23 'IS, Hogfollowed in a labored speech, i . to his eompenion: "The outlook is as is tulking about. wmcu lie slioweu ins ignorance oi ins ,jark as i,aUe8 and 8mens like lkatl jrWiETnuiiMK is setting the woods lleclnmngat o'rlocl, I M Thoae dtnltinc can party's record and platform to such aujucks." The republican outlook is simi- afire in Indiana. When he spoke at catalogue of theobtain litem promptly by addrtt wg either aboe named at Danville. Kv, degree as must have made Judge Mor-lfj Shelby ville .V,000 t) td t. Kidd Mill be Auctioneer, in every respect. people greeted him, row, and other intelligent republicans, if ' The promises made by the democracy and at Fort Wayne nearly ns many litany such were present, heartily ashani- -' assembled at Chicago in 1684 hud been tened to his words of truth and sober-ed- . He worked thoroughly redeemed. The rings of al.'ncss. Allindirationspointtodemocr.it-th- e of their standard-beareWc w.ll tll at puhlu tuitioi in the Mj;hcit Ind j Blair bill humbug for all he could, kinds, which flourished under republi-- , ic victory there and elsewhere, ron and got, off, some mouldy, worm eaten can rule, had been broken up and no. service even taint of dishonesty of fraud hung about ' K' l T" N' Km,, ,of t,,e chestnuts that hud done-hiSATURDAY, OCT. ao, 88, tne w W'H'US since he was brought into somewhat of the present administration. They had i "neH 's vcr5' '" ')Ut On the prcin ri a prominence by his slleged race against done all in their power to reduce taxn- -' ' thousands of friends prevail, he will FINE FARM OF 271 ACRES, Phil Thompson. He tried to talk upon tion and had after flogged opposition by ' not ,onK occupy the bed of disease. Knowuaohc 'Chilhowin Farm,' fonncrlT.niied tne lariu question ami actually ma.ietne the republicans succeeded in passing the by Dr. K J llrrvkinndcc.and lmaled on Knob NEWS CONDENSED. monstroiLs assertion that his party was Mills bill in the He use. The Senate had l.ick nle about j mill from Mirlb) Cit). A roideme on the for the reduction of the tax on the nee- - refused to accent it. and in .... Ktiml bn.l Thirteen decrees of divorce were good repair abundance farm ami the ouiluur In , its . 'I he farm l ot li.ic oatcr Kod .f ell feme.' and in fine tile I cultivation I hit essaries oNlfe.while any school , boy, prepared a bill, which it had no idea Smted at I.ouihville Monday, farm will be old lutlilulv on the dale if not who knows anything, is aware that it. is 0f passiii);, even if it could.. The rejnib- "Long John" Wentworth, A harcaui lan be had in dd ornately btf re th.a farm distinctively against such reduction. His Hcan record had always been in favor of f Chicago, and died inns .Half iah and IuIjiicciii and iear, created little applause even with the moneyed class. When the nianufac-- ' day. in ciiul iavincnt, with intc.rt T I' lilt a.idj W. AI.CUUN'. his own friends, and it was the subject Hirers asked that the tax bo taken on" of ' rnicd $,7htf. I (i) td The Courier-JournStanford, K) ' of general remark that he has lost what them it was done; when the millionaires ' for tli5 yellow fever sull'erers and has little ground he possessed ix years ago bought to rejteal the income tax it was ' closed the call for the present. as a speaker. He finally sat down, repealed; the bankers, the telegraph,' Seven persons were killed and calm which was railroad and express companies, each oh- - jnreil by a wreck on the Lehigh Valley a death-likI have pnrwhaicd the lumber ariU of Mtr. furiously broken when the .Model Con- - tained the .sought relief, but when the railroad, near 1jst Creek, Pa. M lln.ee ami villi open George l. earen and giessinan nroso to speak. ollicenmdect- - a bis yard at the one ourchaed i( Mr. Wcarcu farmer, the laborer and the unprotected Following are the new llciidei lumber in roiijh and dreed, will carry The protracted and repeated outbursts ; class asked for a reduction Of their bur-d by the (irand Lodge of Maons: .Most a targe line of mjow ahc, d.Mira and khinclei, oll iain,Kt anu the in act lenccS Inrmerly .'KKK by of applause which greeted Gov. McCrea- - duns, the lepublicans would in place of Worshipful James Dixon Ulack, of Har- Mr. Wcarcu. ti i. ry were such as we have never seen ac- - free clothing and other necessaries of i bourville, (.rand Master; Hight Worship-corde- d . spriaker here. It wnsa magnif- - life;give,tliem freeniiiskvt free tjraw '"' Win. Whitlock Clarke, of BaSJTTTTCK-rac- aconifiind'freo photogniphstheTr Uritf vllIy. Deputy t irand Master, liight Wor- MT. VERNON, KY. Ktiowieimeii m lining woni". iieorougtii. bill beginning and ending with the liitfer'shiplul Uliarles 11. risk", ol Uovingtoii, down the houw on the htnrt by iiwci tiiifc' jiuiijvI nriicles. 'irand Senior Warden. Motel l mil maintain-inThu ul and in fine reputation. Charge reasonable. Spethat Kwell had got his jiAV' foP The Oovcrrtor then went ou to show1 cial attention to the traveling public. aw rjtmirv 4 Itvni' Vt .tl. I' NKWCOMIl, Prop, h place, but thnt thij!Cfiit.qn his investments, men's clothing' tie J. W. James is movim: his htock of Ml Vernon, Ky. time he wouldn't gel even sO small a re-- manufacturers made 41; women's, cloth- - j goods into his father's store room on He understood that Kwell had ing 71; Ixwts and shoes M; paper goods cr Main street. b.'en sneaking around Over the district Jo; woolen manufactures tt marble W Another large party from here went LONDON, KENTUCKY, before he left Washington, in the night and won. It is the farmer who bears 'out chestnut hunting t Saturday, mid First-Glas- s. CAPT. FRANK 0. RiiEY, PROPRIETOR. time, telling negroes and others that he the burden of taxation and the demo- - although there arc plenty in thu woods, had while Governor recommended the cratic party is for alleviating those bur- -' they brought back only a few. Thoroughly kcno-iiand Kcfurmthcd. Firtt working of convicts in coal mines. IK dens. Mr. II. U. Karris anil bride are ex- - clao Kare and Ke inna'ilc l'rn.e. O iy and nijhl but he'i Referring to Cell's proposition that pected back here had not dared to do so . They will go Train ate met b I'ollte Iorter. ol thtt t'opulai llotne. . .. use whisky felt it Ins duty to show How utterly lame neither nor money in the iminedintely to housekeeping in Mrs. r w. MtTcrLr. Vv ; man) and unworthy of any man such a htate-- campaign, he said thnt It was not neces-me- Dr. Armendl's house on by reading from his mesiige stiry for him to go into such an arrange-o- A host of friends unite with us in wishwas, METOALF 6z. HAYS. the subject, which showed that he J, tiuiit; he'could beat him easily without ing them n happy, pio.sierous wedded ATTYS. AT UW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. Hail urgi'il against tne bringing oi con- - the use of either, but the proposition life. ' with free htbor. In jfrom-ItARilOlKVII.U. and I'lNT.VIt.l.K, KV. via hi' competition Jos. CoiFey, of Danville, who recent member of u" party, which 'hiul tnmnnitcr, as wen at in uic pontics or nominated Morton solelv for the $100, ly lMiugl.t out D. H. Kdmiston, will open Will practice in any court in Cnttcrn Kentucky of land made a specialty the country, his opponent had evinced' ood whieh ho gave the'reimblican cor his stock of goodB in the room just vacti Kxaminationt liml:r, title and mineral landi Any ioal for iie tractt of Information Inriiiahcd on any khii and the sheerest ignorance. 1 ho republican nlption fund, and had outraired all ideas ted by J. W. James. Mr. Kdmiston will tale. .. fn..! party had passed no single bill for i.vm.fJ take charue of the Mom and run it for nml n benelltof labor In the 24 years of power, ' nigously stealing the presidency in Mr. C. He went to the city Inst week and it was idle for it to try to pull the. ic7, ,vn8 ,m.nosteious. rtnd laid in a now stock of dry goods. wool over the eye of the wage workers of hast Hcrnstadt, Mrs. (ieo. The republicans that thev, of this country. Republican legislation are beaten in the national contest and ' ,,t'tvisiting Mrs. Scott Karris. Mrs. Is doalred and atlinlrcil liynll. Ainons had been eijtirejyjn the interest of mon- will eoncentniti their cHorls on carrying I)r. Hronaugh, of Stanford, spent sovei-th- e the tilings which may best lm tlono to milopolists, ciiliamo porsonal House, beratfsehfter the 4th f nl tlnyu t Iiit son's, Mr. It. II. bounty tho dully t Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, lionaires. unless they do, the democrats naugh. Mr. John It. Brooks, of Kansas use of Jiytx'a Hair Never till the republican party came will have it, the Senate andiilsothepres-- , City, is at home on a visit. Mrs. Will the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over Vlor. No matter into power had there been any direct idency. The millionaires ami others in- - Green, of Bell county, is the guest of wliut tho color ot lan.I graut to railroads, lnit,in.J4 yearsof Mrs. J. K. Caron. Misses Mary Satin- in tariff art? lmttliiL' m. n i tho hair, tliU its power iUiaVgivqn hway W00O,0Mt nionIanililymlrUlniliHtrictJwIll ders anil 1Ockic Dlllion hove returned gives it a lustre aud pliancy that acies of tbe'pubiic doirinih, an urea six M plastered all orer with It. It is their from a isit to Miss Lottie Dilliou nt adds greatly to Its fi.ui'U nu liiiin nv Kmitn.-kvTim ilcni- - only hope and like drowning Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely Of the better Stanford. Mr. It. L. Davis, of Bnrhotir-villmen, they charm. Should tho ocraey had not only redeemed it promis- are canning at the only btraw left them. paid a short visit to the homefolk. hair bo thin, harsh, grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the es to stop this waste of the people's prop- The present inaloritv is onlv V A Miss Alice Hardin and her iet, little Li- dry,orturuliigtay, -erty, but had reclaimed over SO,000,OCO change of 7 districts will give tho House ' "a Kennedy, spent a day or two in the Ayer's Hair Vigor trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. tho will acres already. to the republicans, so it will be seen how country with Mrs. J. G. Livingston. Mr. You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. color, bring out a In regard to Ids own stewardship, he necessary it is for the democracy to lie George Lee James left Tuesday for Kort now crowtli, and felt it due to his constituency to say that up and doing. It. B. Ward, Mrs. rondcr tho old soft and shiny. For i Meade, Florida. Mn lie had devoted his entire time and all He then read from tho of the iiam Ward 'and Miss Alice attended tlys keeping tho scalp clean, cool, aud the ability he possessed to the service railroad corporation that Harrison, was burial of Mr. Frank Lilted little son nt healthy, there Is no better preparation MRS. J. F. WEAKEN, PROPRIETOR. they Jmtl called him to and modestly re- attorney for to show that while tlie Lick Monday. Mr, J. R. Bailey is in tho market. 1 " I am freo to confess that a trial of " ferred to the fact as stated in the New- borers were striking because of a reduc- - in Louisville. Ayer's Hair Vigor hits convinced mo ' York World and Boston Globe, that of tion of wages, the trntndKon of his that It Is a gemiiuu article. Its use has not only caused thu hair of my wife and IN MEMORIAM the live bilko public and general im father w'nsdraw-iiiL- ' qnl.irv u,..i a i M't r dutighter to bo pf portance, he had had the calling for troops to alitpU themintosul- -- The followingrebolutions were adopt four of them. The bills referred niission. This js the kind of a rjeiid to Abundant and Glossy. t..l by the Atheneanociety at its regu to are: Hie Inlwring man he is. lint It has glvon my rather stunted , lnr ,ut.etiiig, Outober ft, 18SS; 1st, The Tariff, on which he made a n roHiiectablo length and IheonlytimehoreferiXMltoMr.Nooe.1 , WimtEAa. It has been the will of Al It. Urlttun, Oakland, Ohio.1 sneecn tieieninnj; jveniuci;y on ine who liijcl left iininejlialely after ,liisj mighty C5od to remove from her home . 7 fr.tr. t. Jrpui "My hair was coining out (without uyv rig loMaimt-aciiiiv asslstauci) from my wifo, elthor). L t1ur,ifnr lw if fc K;toJoCp25-i!ntnenii ftjii aairtibSjJwtftlfnfeiie iii'iii inn rnrf rrf- - ,ii.nlur td mi only ;.m tried Ayer's r'.-.-. .... ...... ...... una bottle, and Hair Vigor, usinglino a . iikvii.i:i). iiiitL nu in. . ... ' I now havo as uic gress, wlilcli nail tlie ciicctoi nuiKing orm speecnes, iiiiiHtrating them with Kate recognize and mourn the loss of a head of hair its any onu could wish for." him revise his speech and send out a his experience in buying H -- It. T. Schuiittoii, Dickson, Tenu. of beloved schoolmate ami devoted friend,, very different one from that deli vend suits of clothing. The one that cost " I havo used Ayor's Hair Vigor In my - That we oiler our sinceiest sympa-:ot on the floor of tho House: here could have been obtained in t''.v to the sjirrowiug family in this hour familyIt for a uiunlwr hair years, and I preparation as tho best 'of then- allliction. 2d, IteUliation, whereby lOOJJOOAmur-ica- n CanailaffjrklSniu.tlie lirondulotli' know of, Jt keeps tho scalp clean, tho :t. That these ivsolutioiiH be entere.l, suit lively, and preserves tho hair soft ntul citjzpnn will be protected in their that cost $70 here only sold at i.tt fimt! upon a mine of our minutes, set apart to nrlginal color, My wifo has usod it for rights against Canadian tisurptions. He m'er the lino in the Hn'MmI. tlte'menwrrWHeiitl-iueuiliw:-o-- . a long tlmo with most satisfactory re,. ' 1..I-- . tuny hikiicii ue sults. ' .llonjaiiiln Ma Johnson, M. D ii. l nai ft oi prepared this liill, introduced ii and it Closing the ( lovernor rVfe, red to lllc sent to the T'Ti of deceased and Thomas Hill, Mo. family .. the ifi..r.:.. was finally passed, with but few republi- per incasing surphis in treasury, " b5ii!isirl UielifrftwJoiTf but My hair was becoming harshotand dry, can dissenters: wrenchetl fmm the people unnecessarily.' and HainillfiirCollei'eMMtriVftritlb' Ayer's after using half n bottle , Dill, uii.i ajijieaied to tne people to :M. Tho American Conference Ifuir Vigor it grew black and glossy. I M.vv'Iiiomi-mixbvi"l'nt,onstand cannot ."ctiress tho' Joy ami iinilttido I .; Hiiii:i. (joopm.w, Com. which is for the purpose of bringing us tlie party which proposes to reduce itst feel." Mabel 0. Hardy, Ula.uii, 111. J ,A,. I'jMiuicrcial'telatinitf-tA'imfacnnniK" itnAu'i i) ..v into ulMU. m.miVi invito 1. IT. ItKnlilua solth ok.Ttt. inkrffutctfliv Jlf l!l ulQirfllL' tlillinfa. KarthjuakeH strike terror to mankind, visjriniroiiuceti uns it hand a largo and select line of Furniture Will no . .W,0OO,rjrj() people, Old Koinim. nml and cholera brought narrow to pur BY and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods bill in the 4!)th and ngnin in the oOth thanking the people of Lincoln for the until (Janter's magic chicken Dr; J. C. Ayer & Co,, Lowell, Mats. can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conCongress, and it is nowifrjpv, therrv mJ5n?IJLlI'eBllays stood by him cholera cure was fold hereby McKolortH Sol.l bv Dniciilsts (tin! Perfumers. Biilt of which will bo of inestiTnalife val- - and promising to serve them in the fu- vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. Stngg. vir-an- ... -- 1 . 1 Mas. Hanson, State Librarian, died iin.lTliurmmi.iv Knn..kv. Kn route sullenly of heart diHaso at Frankfort, i,ome llu travcit.u wjtM Gov. Urny, of In- -' (A'n- . T,u""1l,-Vshl' wnH l,H ,wWo Mnt8011 democratic can- -' uinna( nruU-end u, u c ger uanson, co,nii.a,..,er didate for governor in tho same Stub, Br,P,',c- - w;ho w?s ki"c? nt t,1,c !mt: they authorized him to tell the peo-- 1 l),,mn Murfiwboro ,n lftfl, and had pie of Kentucky U.at the Hoosier " l Wl" , tlu ",w would as surely go democratic as tbe sun lw,l Bi,ines. Soutuhodv asked him to irive the liem III Mie lliuv ui iivr urniu, ciiu nun Rn excellent and highly cultivated lady. I j 4ijFii u ... ii;iuihiiw titinr oiuv iui r.w..i.,.l ,. FOR Kotxl Oorcharil placta. Well of at end rl porch. Half c tarrJ and 30 uirct In cra, A jod ontlrt for ratllr, hoes V i. WAI.LACK. and Ourp, Dilmcy Ky 5Jtf road halfway between the ln ur in Light Medium and Heavy "Weights. .Wtleof lCointdn "" i"" I l. I Our Stock is Full of Fresh Hoods. Early and get m or and COnipan-hibitio- I dining-room- school-boyis- h BRUCE&MeROBERTS. 1 -' or I r. PUBLIC SALE! I '' T. R. WALTON f ft I A 1 lir I I Tueh-etTo- rt I I J -'tl id LUMBER 7ABDI I I e MAIN & SOMERSET STREETS STAOTPORD. i 1 ' NEWCOMB 1 vclt-lsiio- HOTEL. ! ' rirTipurf rjV 5 I store-keep- Sj-l- 1 low-van- f. JACKSON HOUSE. rJ f la-s- Prices Always Reasonable and Goods to-da- , JOj-t- f. 1 nt j n , GOOD EMPTY BARRELS FOR SAX.E. thef ! iti-l- fnir.-nmi- t reco'-ni.- e ' Beauty t m - BUGGIES, CARRIAGES ' Ilro-Marc- h, ; tm-stet- l tlu-ir- prcpa-ratio- . e, t i ! I I pay-ro- ll GEO. B. WEAHIN, MAN'G'R. la-- - ', 'at a ho-no- r prp-Mjntl- mus-tar- hu nppcar-unco- ." r :1 MM FURNITURE MAI HUFFMAN, STORE a PROP. r ,"...... - Sru-ti.t- 1 ui-iu- 111 . K rc-g- jul , t , -- ! .!. .. w ,T ..- - 1 1 - - H ..ii' t': '.' 'J0'. ,;. !nti-.-i.L.n.- -- I 11 Ayer's Hair Vigor, keep-conatantljr- poill-trym- 't V SEMlWEEKLYjNTERIQRJpURpLJ IT1 K vTr h k 9 maclilue nt n ij iIlMiYmoM of "" Jgooil jirJoeainl jet(t New Homo nf H.'K.; Virginia, CciHllg, Wt'UrcJiV, The inarriaKu of .Mr. II. I). Furrix, of ilyaretal;l..ginthesightsattlieCindnnatl Kxposition. Stanford Kv., Ouro.u.i 10, 18R8I " Col. .am iiur.tctt yet Mou1HiiKh, i" Oivliurd, and .Miss Kittlu Douglas. occasionally liiKCoiip-ebMonii. . . gives a few lines fo the pices, ... ; inmlidates ioke tin t'rah t ,ii as the Omaha Daily Democrat shows. ii j'niiwiM kiii i tiin.iiijiiiuivi n litrgucroui. at IltiMonvillc yesterday, o'clock at the re.sidunco of Mr. W. M. Publlabod Every Tuesday and Friday, RU'l h)ie'n all rilit for t.iu democracy. We still ask an answer to this ques-- t O'ltrvilll TllOKllnv I'lili.l-- lolni III. II t Slit. A. C. -A- T, I),Nai.K n to have a Htentn laundrv. ' son olllelntintr. The pair then drove to tion: is If high turill' makes high wages, China, that has had a very ii PKR YKA,IXADVA5TOH Meww.' J T. Veni;r nnd I. (IV Wood I.ancatcr and Hpeut the nlulit with why it that 'J(X) high tarill' for ?. years, only pays comCol. V. T. limnt ami wife mon laborers '' cents per day and skillconijiOHo the linn and the plant linn al friends. eWhennot o paid $3.60 will be chars J. ready heen purcha:tl. them by pix'sentin a hand-Hom- e ed laborers T.0 cents? Will somebody Advocate. explain'.' Manchester Tnion. Mlver Hervlcu. Okaii Om ii.wto. In addition -- The p. wedding of Mr. and Mi K. C. LOCAL TIME CARP. NKW AIlVKHTISKUKXTS. Train. ltai Rowland at 5:33 a m and ;!a am Owsley will speak at Crab Orchard, .Sa- Hvan Watern, whieh was celebrated on i.i) return hi 6 p m ndS:vop m. ithe Kith, provt.il n joyful time to all turday, 27th, and .ov. MrCrcnry has preHcnt. Of those who attended the mar- proinhed to be there on S'atnrday, .No- ringo of the koo1 old couple .V) yearu L. A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Is Receiving His ao vember IJd. the following were on hand to congratuMil train (olnc North.. 'Ihcrv duappcarrd from my farm on Green Kit-- t Jlpm tMi...tlI p m South r a few dy aco i work httvri. ji TiiKitKHceniH to te home inisunder-Htandi- n late them Tuesday: Itev. .Strother Cook, I spies train " South. , llntb ure KiiteJrcd and white and one of them ..lit;pm ' North about the day thnt .Juilne Dur-hn- Sr., aged 80, and Memlames I.ucy CKk, lim a white face. One car of each Meer hu a iJjam Local Freight North. ...... 6 join umall piece it. Any Kpcaks at WavncHbnr'. He and It. , i8; I.ueinda .Myers, 73; BeUy Xeviun, 07; ins to their cut out ofthanlclully Infonnaliou lead Goods recovery received, C33pm south.. Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial. The latter iraina also larry passenger.. W II Ti:itKV,.McKliiney, Ky. C. Warren will be tlivru TiukiIuv after- - .MlranUu Look, 71', anil Mimn book, i.h. 'I br above U.ralciilattd.nn staadard time Solar Ik 7:1 nnd his wife 5S, so the noon, Oct. and not on the UOtli, a Mr- - Vaten iit.i it about so mlnutta faster,'' r eombined agcH of the S is .VW years, an Heenm to Ikj the iinprewion. average of 711. Of their children nil I MEANS IUSINES8. , ioM It iis'kii, the man who was lodged were present, save Mrs, Thos. B. Kirtley, VV.TL'iu-.H.nni- l jewery repaired ninl in jail here for robbing tbo'postoHice at who Uvea in Texas, and arc as follows: amiqted. A. It. lVnny. A ekecutor of David Spoonamorc, dee'd. I will 1'arristown, Juircl county, was found Oeorgc It. and wife, Khoda; Chapman C. Tick .wet plmv to lmv ilruvn, patent nil at l)li late retidencv, j mile from Stanby the lT. '. court at Fmiville Coleman and wife, Muggio J.; (i. T. and ford and I mile from Duddcrar'a Mill, on u.-immitiiii itiiicv nmcirs is ill A. ii. guilty IVnnyV. thin week. The cane was so clear that Annie I,cu Helm; John L. Waters and SATURDAY, OCT. 7, 88, Huy your K.I100I IkhjUh, ink, tabletn. thu,district attorney would not urgitu it. Joe F. and Ithodu Water The old coupWe Have Opened our Stock of 'I he fo lowing Pergonal to. wit: a work ptnicjln nnd bchortl btipplicH of all le lost two children and raised (!. who and brood nurei., 5 cmviProperty, calve with ? kindiifrdruA. ILTeitny. ' SKiiKNAiKi).-- Th J.lncoln Club wltli j trmtlicr lmvo 14 children and Itov. nnd fal, jyearllngi, yokeoten,3 10 fat hv, oilieros a and 17 t wagon, I KUarautee all watchen and. every ar- inemberx from oilier chin all over tlioj w. Perrvman have their only --' farming holfi, tjo thoclcorn, lot of hay, Lrddinj;, implrmrntii, elder mill ttd and ticle of Jewelry I Bell to le just as l. county formed Into 11 torch light proces- - Kri.at.Kninl children. May the good old houtehold and kitchen lurniture, lot of aoap He. A. R. IVnnv. place C M. Spoonumore At the ame time jaion w eiiiifMlny incut, utnl alter march- - jmirlivemanyayeartogladdcnthohearta wilUell the followingand Lrood marc, Mock: cow and calf, n thorthomjearlingtteers. e of the j th,.jr chMma, who having been raised j iug awhile to the inpiriiiK mu-lPEmaWALPflNTS.. Stanford (iold and Silver lUnd, stopped n t(l0 niirl,lro nnt admonition of the Sale to commence at 10,J.A. M. Z. SPOONAMORK. "Oov," JAMts (J. Jir--s haiTgoneto in front of the Myert Hotel and sciena- iMTit 0wy strictly the coiumandniant, Kiitjlund flgaiu, I Which We CordiaUy IdedOov. JkCieary, who appeared in "Honor thy father and thy motherland COM invite the public to call and Examine. Every- Mk. . J. Ci'iiKA.v, of h'liringjield, Mo., answer to lotto ami long calls, ami nia.Je tl)ejr ,liyH i80 VTOtu to be long upon wmg is new, is with his friendi hem. a handsome acknowledgment of the com- - tw. earth Garrard Circuit Circuit, fW( W. M. Douds, of tluT West Km), has pliment in a xiintel and appropriate JP af 'm m T A. m www wt m m'm Geo Hall t heirs. Defend been grantrtl a pension. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. . sH!ech. Afterwards enlN were made for llv virtue of aiudzmen of the Garrard Circuit 1 M JI Court in the ahove Myltd uit, I will on Hok. J.mks I)KSTox,of Somerset, join- Messrs. O. II. Waddle, It. C. Warren, J. J. It. Fan is lxmuht of J. F. Cash n MONDAY, OCT. ed his wife here Tuesday. II. Hrown, Oeorue T. Karri", Judge Var-no1888, And every thincr has been selected with crreat care, the senior mem- pair of work mules for SI'J.!. .Mils. M. Ifc Uoi'h.vk is back from a visJudge W. ). Hanford and others, llelng the first day of the October Term, 1E8S ot I u- -. ... .. : --- ; Mike Haggard, of Georgetown, lll'B ... it to her old Virginia home. who icsixtnded in !iorl and timelv iTifT vv..... j .WM(,, r.n (W.I.V UU . , imi h mi jl vtfMnt mk I HriHitHH uai n nriimTTiBP an ii n it & mm rn iv a A .....n mut v w u "1M r dcr. at nuLlic outcrvliefnre ih court lllktlt.l !nor hon. Iwught mule colts at $40 to JS(). .Mirh. C. U. Uitixncu,ol AlUmont, jHK.'tvhcs. Jtonllrcs added their mite to I In l.ancavter, Ky., the followiig described proper discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and ' Nunnelley A Catron have "0 No. 1 ) and J. It. Lrookc, of I.ily, are in town. the heautv of th scene and everylnxlv I Dit. A. S. PitH'K. went.over to linens- - went wild with enthusiasm. OeorgeS. yeai lings for sale; also 100 Store-Roo- m' those who pay promptly at the end of each six months is especially ter to attend the marriugo of'bis brother Carpenter was chief marshal, with Dr. ets. Mc-- ( Situated on the South can corner of Richmond bought of Catron In- -t night. 'ireen Moore, ti. T. l'arris, Jim Walker Coinis, of Cumberland county, () scrub vtreet, and the public iquire of the town of l.an. desired. cavtrr, K) M!m:s Doit, MtxxiK asi) F.txsa: (Jivens, W. I.. McCaitv. J. II. Watts Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, at TKRMS -'- I he nalc will be made on a credit and IVter Stranb am taking In and otheix, nviistants. It was a sjilen- - cattle SrKun John M. Hail bought of Baton, of of (and ii months, in equal payments the Hie Kights of Cincinnati. lid airalrand highly enjoyed by the hun to L'ivr bond with L'ood Security to cat- the Mauler ConimivMoiier, bearing6pcr payableInthis county, a bunch of cent. Mits. S. P. Hr.titt has returuol from dreds of paiticipanK terest per annum from day of tale until paid, and tle at'51 ci'iitJi. having Ihe force and effect of a judgment, and Mrs. J. I). Carpenter's and reorts that -- Fou.Sai.k-II jjood vearlintf cotton wltli a lieu reserved on the property a additional A .MN Si.AYiiic Diks uini His JJoop Mricken family impmving. K. A. the payment. I)K, mules, ljirge majority mares; :i miles security for Commissioner, Garrard fll'KNSI Court. Master Circuit I)u. J. T. Itono.v and his daughter, OV. Hill tireshnm and John Keltl, partsouthwest of II ustonville, Ky. Stagg it sev-en- d Miss Annie, now a grown lady, wen1 ners in the killing of Cam Itowsey will Hohon. yeai ago, and brnthcrs-inOaw- , cuothof Mrs. Thomas Mctcalf. To Huvmts. I have logoo) no moie together. They were playMux. C. C. I'Aimisii left last night for tun cattleJ'l'.lOtTjwunds weight, or better, ing a game of cards in the woods near her homo in Virginia, ufter a 'pleasant to tlisM)se of. W; I. Letcher, Paint Perkins' ltr , Plfi' , against Jordan Ptr-InA CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. " vinlt of a month iiinidl the Hcenex ofliT Moreland Wednesday alxint dark, when hr., IVft Garrard linuit Court r . pistols lHingdiiiwn, Lick. they tptanelled, and lly ChitllllO). the Garrard Circuit tf ,' William and Johu Conover sold to Courtvirtue of a judinnen' of styled cast- the An Keid got in his work llrst and sent three rendcrrd the above Iks l.t v Tatk ami her guest, Miss bullets Into the breat of O'resliHm, eith- John Allen, of Lincoln county, 111 head gust icrm.lSSS, in undemigned Master atCommit. the sioner of aaid court, wil ai the court house door Komuine llradcn, are viVitlnictlieir old steers at .' cts. Mr. Allen In Lancaster, Ky. on of which would have done the work. of Mint Adelaide Hfalgkln, tit er There were two witnesses present, uo. alMi bought of Dolphus Todd 10 head of MONDAY OCT. 22, 1888, WinchrKUr. Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by Columbia Hrown and John Hraxdell, but they and mule colts at $l't jer head. Mtss Maii XrxNi:i.i.BV, who has lieen Ciiuiltv Court slav for Garrard county, cvnnsi' to i lt"Id have not showed up that we have Spectator. Bakery, Restaurant and Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s tiubllt sale to the highest and best bidder the iritlng her aunt, Ira. P. P, Nnnnelluy, vounly, ' Ky., to- California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand every- Wrought Iron Range. homo at he.tnl. iircshain suceeedel in getting wn: a tract containing returned Wedneslay to licr V IF jsvtP 3 away with at least two of his fellow men m U .ra r 3 n 3 IJ nlln ft 1am 4ls tM b jvsm A nm Tho.Superjntendcnt and salesuieii 5 rove, Texas. 1 lonoy ACRKat I ItO'OD'A POLFJ luluS lil luc" iiuc, suw aa ottsau, nuua, jcivo, uatsca uuu mc xicai ui - and in his time, and it is but iiatund that the interest of tin Wrought .Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Mk. M. K. IIklm, MisM- KeltUF ? such a man should die with his boots Iron Hange Co., of Pt. Louis, are located UeingtheJioine.phjci' if.'JortUn .Perkfts. '1 his . will be oflervd aonboundaiy; hewill then ofrcr1 May Helm and Florence, Truylicart and . on. Itesides Hmvscy, be killed Joe Fer-rel- l. at Lancaster. They will canvass all the said fractal follow'V'' lh6a TJ1 la' L' V Jll-L- X X i Jooda. and I1 WTTQTT OVQHrPT T?Q A, McKiniu-- ami little Aich went to X i-l- Jli the Rafter tract of JC iXJllrOXl Kj X tO In the latter ca--he didn't get oil' adjoining conn tics nnd show the good jip..lescutotT.bM?rveyand itiaktnc loo acnts atone boundarv iri ncri.. if ( incinuati Weilnenday. roods aad 31 pole; then thq resiijnv tract contain so well as hi the former, though he was R. ZIMMER, Respectfully, Mn. ni Mr."1 B. W. smith, of Topton, let oil with the light scnteuco of two people of the county the various advan- lug Joa acres, rood and ij pole will be offered tages the celebrated "Home Comfort" as one boundary, and the bid orbidt realirlng the C, ure.ou a ylit tujie father, Col. T. vears in Ihe'penitcntiarv. Wholesale and Retail. mot for the whole tract will be accepted. Itange has in convenience, durability, land lies yt mile from Lancaster and Crab SaidOrP."JltH?;iivinRjjn tii. wild? of N'O'th hard pile, 3 mile from Lancaster, 7 milts from A tract containing' Ciun it Coutr.- - The trial ofTomKnds itc, over the ordinary cast stove. This "Carolimi wTeuis o have agroud with Miss who Is looking uiiUHivilly veil. for cutting the negro Tea tern wan rcNuni-e- d Hange was sold over this county several lannie, 120 Acres Tuesday ami icMiltcd in bin acquittal, years since. Many of onrcitizeim pur- linmedl.iti'ly on tne hall l.lcH'I urnpikp, snout .t Mas. I.ai'ui .MoNTooMKiiv went to chased, and as far as we lmvo been in- miles from lincarter, on wmch tncrcis a dssclling open a branch but he was lined $10 for contempt Pinevillo yesterday to and outbuilding. iV. he pcrrdMedain telliim what Itai-le- formed, 'all are well pleased. As evi- houc iroiitainincji acres, i rooji :md ii poles, More for the millinery linn of Courts X ir:i, ...... dence of the fact, hey are selling twice ailjninlni; .,"- - mnos 01 winow svusun anu f . r.majm tne who he alleges did the cutting and I ox. .Mi's. Court" will spend a few days . , as many Ranges now as were sold be- - liry. Ih.m- - who is now a fugitive from justice for with Irer to initiate her into the A trmcieontauiiiiBSiurM, jrofllvanil at r"'--- ' S Crall Or;h trd murder, said, after the court had once or fore. This alone is the iikst evidence of immediately the for this twice ordered him not to do so. of this Hange over an oi the superiority iirnpiVr,K'd, jH miie uoui i.aniasieruna t'o'u'T.S. HitossToN.rollecto.r LucitisjPTkinC ,V,"J :' ao? liht8ict, WiW hero Wednesday, and honA irac'rt'iitarninc u ncrcrtrooJaai'alio!u, County Clerk Cooper turned ovcr,to diuary cast stove. They heat more even-- CF l.lcfc.lurrtpikc. us with n call. We had never met the trustee of the Jjury fund SiM.S receiv- ly, bake quicker, eonstiinu less fuel and lv iiil' imnn'diaiclv.011 Fallopposite 'l.awstjn about 1 ored Schoo miles from Uiivaaicr to .him before, and wen inueh pleaik'd ed from tax on deed", mortgages, seals, are more thimble than anyother cooking Hnute. Thrs;tf'-bj'l'vn,'- , '"d nelf t'rippl"S Spring. form the aoUi'.iutt.iife of mi comteous circuses, studs, jacks and bulls; Circuit apparatus ever thrown upon the mark tractifcoDtaln;. 19$" acreK, me contain 107 .... ,w.i;:,.hl, (!.,..., et. The ltunge that is being sold now is One andtvne ji5 ucre llcson.lhe.-w.u- f an ollltvr. ra.pfSl all , 'i. ...i. ihiiiiij and ilignilletl acre 1' iiuv-rVltln ii..:i..., iu. rji " toj " improvemeiit over the old one l.tcV tt Dry lJruncli. Conveyed .? ste., ami Ju.lge Vamon ?.) on petitions, !" TlTY AND VICINITY: "()"1 ""w or u),,r J TRMK.-'llic.n- lB will I,. '" "s ,l m and u mcothl, IfreiiUtil be inaiMui the purchaen 6 Ibeir co.ninission of o tier ctnt. payrachts, Having secured the services of 0. F-- . KENT, a practical Watchfnvry. Ham was lined f'JO in one ease water connections, extension shelves, Iodise lnd with komI iei.urlty payable to the John S'kw Candidal additional. They are composed entirely lasterCommlsionir I)cnrine6 per cent, interest maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness for selling liquor unlawfully; another per annum from day ot sale until paid and having Cloalcs, Cloaks at Owsley i of wrought and malleable iron. If any the force and elfect ofa judgment, and with a lieu ease was Hied and two continued against dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the 1 told, years reserved on the property a K additional security and Craig's. A IR'KNSIDK, him. Win, Minks for unlawful shoot- repairs art! needed for lunges for the payment . . eye. on Mas cr Commissioner, Garrjrd Circuit Court. shut, they can bo obtained UyuKUWKVu tvspo'ialty at Owslev & ing was acquitted. Harry Middlcton, Cicero Hall, Iincaster, Ky, disturbing religious worship, acquitted. I Sandy Withers' case for whipping a MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. kinds nt sewino inachtne needles of all waseontinued. Win. Wil-burchild to death 1 am asentlor The Cincinnati Porter Iron Koof-in(Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) 11. kT'caren'ri P. M. Cress sold a span of .Vyear-olCpmp.iny and am "prepared to furnish their carrying concealed weapons, fined mules for SWO. FAVORITE LINE IJETWEKX THE NORTH AND SOUTH. iu-j- t "revived nt .'.' and given Ifldays in jail, Hill ThompIRON ROOFINC tnz r.wsi ol pf- - oveicouu His numerous friends here regret to son failed to appear, but was given the included. LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS IETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. k;h.'"i.iVhV At $1.75 Pr 'lrc, nails, paints 1..1-- same senteneyhe same offense. The , hear of Mr. M. T. Craft's sickness and (JivnliaiilaU IN a$ i a HOUKS. How land, ky. .; . . . , . at trial of WillisHHm Adams for lfth.A hope for a speedy recovery. TiikNuw Iloimvon, easy payments Mrs. Amanda Norvell, aged IV), died sector stealing wasi Through Oars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. 11. K. Wearen's. : sole-noticeWin. Delanoy was lined O for dis- of nervous trouble .Monday morning ami and see THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. wJlLvoat you nothing lo ft turbing religious worship, Tuesday. The was buried here Tuesday. .ew uiuuiv us . William Smith attempted to board a Clerk's Office of the Lincoln Ciicuit Com, j TH E TKXA8 SHORT .L.I N K- cases of 11. b. Hubble, Crit Kiibnnks and October j, 18ES. j . 2 moving freight Wednesday on the Pine VrtV--' ' Robert Hosley, for the same offense, were i t a3 Sallie llclUtltiati, plaliuilf, against Janus II. HiCONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16, 1888.. att, Defendant. In Kquity. tti.U;SmLtf.Ctam.nI. ,iiHilv dismissed as lo Ikwloy, ami the others Hill grade, fell under the wheels nnd Notice ta hereto' given thai the plalntlft, Sa!ic his hand crushed to a jelly. accepting a majority verdict were lined had Hiatt, ha 'aled In the clerk'. Jofhcn of HEAD VJ'-j- l KK AD DOWN. 1... I rrJudjte J. Carter ,and tytjHIiMW llelle fniirt r nelition ill euuity nuainst : TRAINS NORTH' ' "; S.'l) each: TKATNT SOUTH. L the defendant jaiiu II, Hiatt, praying the court a jiiinaR iNo. 87 Yesterday Clayton .Montgomery for Miller, of tliis place, were married in to empower her toactasa leme sole with all the No77. iio. 3, Sonr .So. i. s, X o. 6, . Court . STATIONS. Nj. i. -- -r "Monday morning: John A. riunts and privilege uuthorUcd by Section 6, Art. Daily. t ii 'Daily. Kentucky, - apsnult on J. J. .Curtis was acquitted. Louisville . frtin 1, nf ihr CeneralStatulesof Da y Daily. Daily Dailv. Daily. Oi-i- i friend, JL A1,niiliiwK1i;on,riil'roctor was married to Miss DorcM f.ong "I itle, hutlmnd and wife nnd that thi notice has 8 a Ex. Sun, Soopm, p4J pm 1015 a in Ooop nt l.'ve. ...Cinciiuull . ..Arv, 0 so a liJ ..n,..ii s. sarhicli is Ras Clarkfor brejikjiiR open a houso and- last Sunday. been ordered by the clerk to be published in the 0 17 a mi a 03 p mi 911pm 735am 30 a m 4 it p in Williamwwii ,l. ve s 13 a m , nt r. .. Interior Jouhnai., a nesspaer puliluhed at 10 el m siipni, 1037 pin m totllld ite.ding .corn 'from J. If. Watts was' tie7 n a m 3 08 4 10 a in l.eorifctown... ., 59a nr 70a pin oyjiw 10 News, reaehod here Tuesday off the Stniiinril, Lincoln county, P.llAtl.EV, Clerk. gtv ..!. 3 48 ajni 4 is pm 7011m 1 40 pm pm 11 MWtin. a mun with the 5 j in. ..1. Lexington nlttwl. Fnntk ujop mj.7 35 J. liable' pmluetion. of Dr. J. S. Hice, at Now Interest, it. to bo n most'erc.. W. II. Millkr, Alt y lomn gionm' 7 louiu i.v. i.ou., 1.011. " is. An 6 30 a m J 10 p m 0 40 a in nost peiuiljaiJHiiiiggininjJinable, was death Lv ami am. JiOm vjoam !'.'"i 837 pm 11 48 a m.iu.s.ua m'Ar. Ihiryiu W. Va., of typhoid fever. Dr. llieo was and read the advertisement irletWa tke afWrneiarjteiug baivon 8 at urn, Ii ota m. 11 17 a in, I.VU niruui j uiiDln s rap m 'fi Jjsara' J'n"" sa jo a m ij p in Tkk time 10 pm ..Damillc, v. .. so 111111 . one tBai1wUi9li'on'itfaJroTin,otiTl is A Xew Livery, Feed and Sale Stable JI T Jp o "10 Ip m 1110 am . . oa .. h. ... .junction City.;. . . p a in ofi. U Towers, Co. on the lht page. ' t at am- z 33 a 3 90 a m 11100 a 11 jj- i" is ! mi Somerset..-- .. laepm: ..4J 05 Jlis to. a 05 a in I 00 pmi ...- Ji&i-- T . W'JP" fi'T.'i0"11 mi., 1 .' venr 111 viiu 3000 j . a m They are onering gopos. ui,;ii!! 11 .5 a .,.. 7 3 930pm isMWim m ' 'mn 25 am 4 15a m. ..,.,.. ,.,Mkuaisi. 6 50 p ml,. earlv tak iuu oil is a ten iDie mow to ins pay, yqw ts o at l Siiuiru OjK. i'i),whow,a,,barrister 0 20 pm 7 33 a "' ....... si.,,4 jam 6 40' p in Ar v.. L.naitauoujia. .1 1000 pm,,, low prlevrtaml it would 3 45 P " 7 J." '" g 10 am' 7 0op m' l.'ve, Cliattiiio6sat....Ar'v 'I i,:5 pvirchtTihs.jYfj;vStalIr2M" "j . thwq tn adniljtfcit li tlje baryes- - young wife. wu5' J 4 47 a " ...Aitalla;. co unilUfapply your wants .while I 00 p m,,0 40 p m Ar'i The L, it X. railroad will sell round- 3 pm J.... .;. lis. n mill. 4. nraL'vt. Ilirminshaui.,..,....iu8 4J a in noun ,A,U. great bargaliiB are being ottered. 10111 Tiuciloiija..,.. 0 is V I". 30a j I M ir8i Hrei'MBiMKe.liariifciL'. Hub- - ,trjp,tickots atjveivtjipej- niH$jpu CuU W ii . pm1' 4 43 am Ar'v ..Meridian ...l.'sei 4 15 a m looop m ............ .11 as '-E. Ilruue, lint more re , Formerly occupied by - N- -. 3. Lv.. from .i 335P l moved 630a in , iiooiimlAr'v.NewOrlo:ins.,..lve 900pm 9 opm by John StaCarpenter. have put 1hvk toMr-jreube- my intuit, shop houso 1blo. Wnddle.' Denton, isrown ami otliers and 27, gbotl relurn'ing on tlio --'8th, from cently thorough II,repair J. am 1 furnishing the with ... Ar'v Meridian !,..., 510.1m l.'ve, Williams' it , 6 1011 m ...r.i u lackson ArV' ltowiaiid nnsu l.'ve present. Junction City, Williamsburg, Harbour ble Inof all kinds, :t brannnd lire feed ... 4 I"',' 'ii 50 Mn l.'ve.... ViCktbiirif.......-4...t.l"'i ..' portmau Hotul aud, Yil ami intermediate points, to Mt. ville opiHwitethe ....... iw mj f" fyyg,.,.., 4 x pm I. ve..'.i....ioiifoc.,..,..v,ui 4 00 i.n"Z... J.., . ......... v. to thtiiJtuiidutlUo soldierH New Stock $F?rsti6ssBuggies, kinds, of fresh meat in good , 0 l I' ...J..MW.V. ni keep ull 1 i"i ' '? The widow of Jlr. (Sreun T. Jones Venun, will also continue to iH'hver ilied reunion. Inking' plaVo hero oh those Mann Boudoir Duffel Sleeping Cars on all trulnt. tiuality. Tuesday and was buried at lluston-tonvill1). O. .':uVAItU.sj,,5eiiM Krjt'.VJ'i,1Aei dates. IOI1N C.CAUI.T. (Jeneral Manacer. toinyrisuHtonienifttJUiwlaiid.. Cilvc, mo .iccommodatc wno mav .Shu had long been in'lmd R.'CAKKOLL, Ceneral Superintein.'ent. J('. jrQUtNI.,N. (!S"'All.VI,i,Ii,i.As Win. Flannery, who assisted his Ami am urciureu topatrunuKe. tiivenilme trial. favor me with Ihtir market price paid for atrial. Highest '"'"''"-ji- i J. N. MENEFEF.. OeneralOmcen, St. I'aul Huildjnfr, Weil Foutth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. r Ii if 1" father in building tlui Iloekctistlu river l i.C. Walton, uum. Mnnagor Ws ..N'kw Hue of liluwjuiiil ijutfviiHWiiru jutst eivyil 111. A. A.Wnrren'.siMudel tiro-i v ,"". T i fr A ' ..vt... Vot' rim Initio yoitroM . S tVr- - ri..,hitVrf MATTERS. ..Miss hiiHim iTi'tjton Hurt, wuh marMATRIMONIAL . a railroad bridge, was in town during the t week. He reports work iiroKrcfwing' Tncwlny to J. X. Cnm llnely on Cumberland Gap Tunnel. .Miss Kusio llrown is with her sister at New Cnnulcn, nf W. Interest, V. Va. James Maret and fam-- . - STSSFOSD PliMlEG Mil CO ' Sidings, Fillislling Lumber. Brackets, Scroll Work, Frames. Sasli, Doors, IlliudS, Veranda Work, Etc. FloorI,,B SINE, Superintendent. rr- - I Mo Cd MUPIUIUTs, MERCHANT TAILOR FALL AND- WINTER GOODS. I ESTRAY NOTICE. m . :, PUBLIC SALE NOW OPEN, rcpre-K-nt,H- - jiu, 1 1 ;i-t- Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, if ' MISSIONER'SSALE 1 j Uf)T 11 IJUilJlLt OF OLD GOODS n, I 22, :a ...... j ... a-St- Brick f-MH. pur-chat- ,00fl-oun- SEVERANCE & SON. wnssAuornmiffi, - NEW! NEW! NEW! Bo 2HMME1E 5a a tvsv .;jl' 1 ogn '' ''. '' . e JllXtO III ill LT O i. Q-TP-7- 1 and 29 Polos, PLEASE OBSERVE be-cau- y, !., . - M'ROBERTSSTAGG l.an.-asie- r j v-'.- Jnrdartjil'er-klnvbrWm.'llenrd'ahi- lr WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. ! tl' ;.ks, TO BTJTLDIHS A-- QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. n, d r ly-i- v Mll-LIO- to-do- y. t feme I- - s .. - rcHtead,WJdg.von 1 s '.u.rsa. ' . --. (. In.-nl- bi-- I I 111 1 ro.il?iven ' s 1 1 1 I ' ' w. 111 111 111 i 111 ,.,.i ! -- ;1 0". Depot Street, Stanford. . . 1 111 111 ..,.,., .... 111 -- 111 -. 'I e. 11 tft-t- r hides. M.I'.KIW"- 'J." ' I WJ"1 I' 9 I I ' Ilarrhton'a HeroiM. Tlcro nro tho plain facta In thorocon) of Boa Harrison on tho question of Imported Chlnoso labor, mid tho placo In the oulclaJ record whero any ono can verify (hem who chooses to da so, Tlio Congrewlona.1 HE ACCEPTS OF THE VICE PRESIDEN- Ilocord Is on tile In tho Stuto library, and TIAL NOMINATION. any ono Is admitted botwoon U a. in. and 4 p. m Tho noonl does not show that In ercn ono Itr.nuico, dnrii)(r his six Vtnm' WIS I.KTTKll TO THE NATIONAL fcorvlco in tho United States stinte. ilarri-soD1.MOCIIATIC COJI.ntlTEK. voted to f roliiblt Chlncso immigration 1 Hurrison voted lu favor of tho Iloar atiicndnifiit tomlmlt skilled Chinese labor "XVIijr lln Is Aiixltiwt for tlio of Soo Congresblonal to this country I'resldrut Cleveland What II lln In Hecord. Murih 8. 1882, Vol. 13, part 2, 171(1. Sr on tlio The mid Tariff Questions. page-- Harrison voted In favor of the Hoar 2 JO10 Denior atlc 1'nllcv h lln Views It. amendment lomluilt Chluese artisans to Record, samo as abore. this country. 3. .HniTlsoti "dodgpd" tho vote on the final Vttsagti or tlio bill. Seo imu 1753, as abovo. 4. Harrison votol for John Shennaa's motion to commit the bill prohibiting Chlncso Immigration and tho veto to tho commlttoo on foreign affairs, to smother 1. See Couareitsloiial Record, Vol. 13, part 1). pace 2010. 5. Harmon voted agnlnat tho motion to pass the bill over tho veto. Soo page ' 8017, as above. G. Harrison voted to strlko out the sec-tloIn tho ten year bin, which prohibited the admission or unincsa to full rittzen ship. . Soo Congressional Record, Vol. 13, part 3. pages s'JftJ-H-l 7. Uarrlson voteii to strike oat the sec- tlon which prohibited the admission of Chinese skilled laborers, and his voto curried that amendment. See page 326H, abovo. 8. HarrUon voted against restoring the ALLIEN O. THURMAH Coix'Mbvk, O., Out. IS. Following it section which had been stricken out. Sco as abovo. paffea Judge Thurmati'ti letter of acceptance: y. Harrison voted for tho Edraunda 'CtfLUMBUS, O.. L. -, l&v , njuendradnt to ercludo only Chlnesaj THna. Patrick .A. C'oIIIm ainl Other, 'oni. .IrLniamiid labor, and admit skilled ' . aitteaj as "GjCMXitMKX In obedience to custom I Clilneso artisans. Soo pages 8411-1- 2, tend you this formal acceptance of my nom- above. 10. Harrison voted against bill ination for the office of vicef president of tb prohibit Cliinese Immigration thofor to ten Unltrd State, made by the National years, which President Arthur signed, of the Democratic party at St. Louis. face page 8412, as above. "When you did me the honor to call upon me 11. Harrison "dodged" tho vote on tlio at Columbus and officially notify rue of my bill to enforce uoro Btrlctly tho law of 1 expressed to you my sense of 1882 against Clilneso Immigration. nomination Soo obligation to the conrentioa an J stated that Congressional Roconl; Vol. 10, pArt 0, although I had not sought the Domination I pago 6038, July . .1884. did uot feel a', liberty under the circum-stance- s 18. Tho Congressional Record, Juno 1, to decline it. 1 thought then, as I 188G, does not give tho voto by which tho ttiU thinlc, that whatever I oould properly do I list bill an tho subject wai passed. Tliiw to promote the reelection of President Cleve those who opposed the lefjsfutlon escaped ZtuA I ought to do. His administration lias golnc on record. ahem marked by such integrity, (rood sense, Hill, wo believe. Is tho complete record manly courage and exalted patriotism that a of Mr. Harri.sou'M artton ou tho Riiblcct of jut appreciation of these high qualities Clilneso labor during his six yearn term seems to call for hi I am also In tlio Heuato. Wo find no record or any ,!., strongly impressed with the belief that his ,... nt 1,'l..,.. ,sl.; . l,u .f.I..,l would powerfully tend to IV. Hn.1 f.- strengthen that feeling of fraternity anion admitting tiiiivj iv swifc; !!... k.ifv Uhe American people that is o essential to ship, and right votes against different their welfare, peace and happiness, and to propositions to excltulo Culueso labor 'the perpetuity of tho union mid of our free from this country. If there wero any Institutions. othur recorded facts papera "I approve the platform of tho St. Louis nonld have presented them, citing tlio convention, and I cannot too strongly page of The Kecord. Bert Harrison Is n my di&sont from the heretical teach- great "protector of American labor." Of ings cf the monopolists that the welfare of course, nil Itepublicnn cantlldates nlivnya Uhe people can be promoted by a system of aro about election time. Albuuy (N. V.) exorbitant taxation far in excess of the wants Argtts. , of the government. Tlie Itppubtlmn IamuItt In Indiana. "TAe idea that a people can be enriched toy boavy and unnecessary taxation, that a So, after all, Blalno Is to make only two truuTs condition can be improved by taxing speeches lu Indiana. Tho hlppodrouw im on alt be wears, on all his wife and company gets oft cheap. It dared not children wears, on all his tools and muzzle tho mastiff altogether, so It proindustry Is au obvious absurdity. poses to let him bark twice and then get of Tssnll the vaults of I he treasury with an aim out of tlw stnte'ti Internal politics as tUeurplus, for which the government has speedily as possible. xm legitimate use, and to thereby deprive If ono will look Into Rlalno's political ohe people of currency needed for their career calmly and dispassionately he will and dally wants, and to create a power- sco niagniGceut probabilities wrecked upon ful and dangerous stimulus to extravagance childish niLsadrenlui-ofl- . There was one nd corruption in the expenditures of the sticlt in Indiana. Ptahnlng'to have been .government, seems to mo to bo a policy at Infamously libeled by The Indianapolis variance with every sound principle of gov- Sentinel, he sued it for exemplary darn ernment and of political economy. ages. Issuo tvas scarcely joined before he "The necessity of reducing-- taxation to withdraw the suit, netting up the plea as a Vraveat such an accumulation of surplus Justification that twelve men honest levemieand the consequent dapletlou of the enough to pass In Judgment on the merits circujatlng medium is so apparent that of thecontrovcny could uot bo found In all no party dares to deny it: but when w the commonwealth. Of course there were come to consider the modes by which the Indignant protests and denials. Tho reduction may be made we find a wide an- Democrats spread the ponton of this Insult r tagonism between our party and the monopwlic-eveIt could bo mado to do harm, olistic leaders of our political opponents. and the Republicans, too envenomed lw "We seek to reduce taxes upon the neces- - ennso of It to be politic, writhed up against I tssarles of life; our opponent seek to in- - tho blow and struck bnek. They said a I . Twase them. We say, give to the masses of uiitltlttido of harsh and bitter things itao people cheap and good clothing, cheap against him then, nnd they have not I idanketa, cheap tools and cheap lumber. The qualified a single ono of them since. Thoy , lUpublieans, by thoir platform and their may turn out to greet hlni with seeming deader in the senate, by their proposed bill, enthusiasm, but there Is no state In tbo I . say increase the taxes on clothing and Union whero ho would bo less welcome, blankets, and thereby increase their cost, tnd an little capablo of making an Impresmaintain the high duty on the tools of the sion upon tho masses. Tiio only wonder fanner ami mechanic, and upou the lumber t that Dlaitio himself would tako so many j ivnicn taey need for the construction of chances of reopening on old wound and I their luodeU dwellings, shops aud bjrns, and making it bleed afresh If not mortally. thereby .prevent their obtaining tneje usees-- Kansas City Times. GRAND-FATHER'S WAIF. Tlmrniai's Letter. rime,"(,randf4lliet' floik sMndfjlher hat vj looluit-- for "Ah Hen," So il'i nn taking cite of llclf And since he's abhorred by thcjvUc worklnmii lie muit henceforth tlepenJ on hl"palf. ' Vet, one ilolhr diy, ! all M h uould pj) , Ad itK cannon he'd tiule 'cm uccomb; llnl lic'll hunch of(atet lo return, When N'oir.lior' ionic. ciioki : AtliNf.itc he'll he grunibliiw rtcitt, beat, beat, bt.it, II : Ask For Ayer's S.trs.tparllla, and bo sttro you get It, r when yon want tholiest Its forty yeuri Mood-purhlr- J60FHNS, BASKETS, ROBES: I 1 . .V iWltli v,, f), jm 'issty&ssgWiiPsssssr sin- - I TV Pv Tohlmcll adlj- inunibllnjt lleit.liejt, tct,Ieal, Ami fin J out ''protection" don't protcit - wSf?iL.r -- cess In the cttro of lllood Dlspivses, yon o ctn nmko no in preferring Ayer's mis-tak- Sarsaparilla fore-runn- er Winn Noveinbv'r'i conic And a blein to futncr. And ttint 'I .irlff Jteform Hcv" ihttproteetKn'' li legl and ru'it, nJ lueh, endanser u quite, 'IVou.J cpoe our de ir lnf.int" o much. Vet ithloefrChiucc, the CoJileiv he'd p' caw While lie o(tii to P idd "free" rnii, lint he'll lainuh off never lo return, Whtn !o ember's come. j I JMliaAaHsW hskt u Vet he Ihlnts Jim and l.eicjn pull Benny thro', tune Such thuiur., even the Hooticr disjiisis, June hi liJdle' been in Since the Now, yuu bet he irnincs he I taint; ,, . Hut he'll launch olf net er touluin, , H.i I'lifortn li tnd(h)ard"Ariri.sn" t"o, Tho-jjit't plastered all uer ith trust.; .??j.ik'V0,,i.ui.t is to he Theurplu,of coure, I He'd Juposs of it how, gie a w ncogi.iied, guett? dxed " should think millionaires weulJ he all "Mibii. f j eam'd And the bondholder too he would Sirce lllaine has returned, for freedom Hen ha f J list to pound on monopoly's drumji Hut he'll liunch oft ncer to return, When November's come hle, I ' High taxesrclain on the luod vccmtiunc, And provide us'Trce' rum In iutlead; So that llcnnv can ijhe hit "protection" a boom If too weal he it not in the head, (mont crate. Ve,ia ''Know Nothing" dayt he abvarbedthstfaWith no thought of hit prevent big "bum," Hut be'U launch uff never. In return, When November's come. J A. VasnonK, WpoJiiol.t K). - Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The belt salve in the world lor cuts, bruises, torei, ulcers, salt rheum, ferer sores, tetter, chapped Hands, chilblaint, corns and all akin erup tions, and potitivcly cures piles, or no pay rc quired. It is Kuarantrcd to give perfect sttittac-tioor moncv refunded, l'nee ij centt per I'tox, For tale by A R 1'cnny, htanlorJ, Kj to rmy other. Tlio of niotl-cr- n blood Medicine, Ayer's Barsapnrllln p ttar ty, is still tho inoi op vm, being Ini grca( cr dcnininl t i.m all s others combined. "Ajnr's Barsnpnrllla Is aelllng fns. than over K'foru. I never heititate to recommend It." Oeorgo W. Whltinan, Druggist, Albany, lud. "I ntn safe In saying that my "ales of Ayer's SarsuturilU f.w excel tlnw) of any other, and It give. t tlioroti);li .,titl'sfa-tlon- ." L. II. Hush, Dos Moines, Itivv.1. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla nnd Ayer's Tills are the best MMllrig tnedivlnrs In my store. I can recommend them eouscleit-tlottsly- .' I'. lJIckhatis, riinriuaclst, ltosuliiud, III. . "We have sold Ayer's 8arsavirilla here for over thirty years and always: recommend It when asked to name tno T. Mclean, best Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. I have sold your medicines for tho last seventeen years, and always keep them in stock, as they are staples. 'Tliero is nothing so good for tho youthful blood' a.1 Ayer's Sarsaparilla." II. I.. 1'nrker, Fox Lake, Wis. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla gives the best satisfaction of any medicine I have In stock. I recommend It, or, as the Doctors say, I prescribe. It over the counter.' It never falls to meet tlio cases for which I recommend It, even where the doctors' prescriptions have C. 1. Calhoun, lieon of no nvnl"." Monmouth, Kansas. mm V. Sr" tssssssssVnr'E.l fri Wi Jttstl w WALL PAPER and 3TTJI11TITT7RI. COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. A, M. varstTr AXWAAVAaCik), XA11VI inniTtrio riifticuTti prvttiptuwt a PEMY, f WotHl-purlflor'- DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, .n QbU, Vf i curaiciy caaipounoeu. ouicfltvN iVVi fsssssssssssssssssss iftrVi " &jmmM2S$&&&0 .i jr u JE. 'ir Watch HVtta Tk A. W THE LARGEST I STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Ever brought lo ihn mirier Pn.et loer Van ihelowett. Watches. ClxVs and Jewelry He. paired on thsrt notice and warranted ' I I -- Ayer's' Sarsaparilla. rr.nr.mitn nr Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Matt. Worth i a botltt. l'rlre It, tit bottles, i. LOITHD c3c McKIN.VEY. K. CO., s pySfjMsssjsSBssssMSjjBsssHL, b gsfcvsjrv 1- I n l,nu , which it vouched for the to n, tne years olJ. have been itoaWed with It dney lam 7j complaint and hmenevt fir many ear; could not drcst mytelf without I clii Nov. 1 am free from able lo do all my own pain and toreiie-tanda- m hottterorL, 1 my thanlt ta Uectric Hitters for liavin; renewed in) youth i.i'i renaed completely all dieae and pain. Try a bottle " and Renews Her Youlh. Mi. I'lxebe Chetley, t'etertin, City Co.. tela of ltsl TaIIa.. innKiiiiiltl. .tnti- ith lo-v- ,.", - oc I'or Druiji, Medlclnpt. the f im" t s v,i 'Iiki and to cet sour prrcritlon p, imptly an I cur rrctly hllcd at .til huurt. anj to ct vi Mtpjc (Irtic'crict, tine Clirars, Toilet ArtiC'et, Ai , u to I.ivJ A t .McKiimey Dr. J A WIM-IAMThe Stanford Roller Mills fumpar.) want, vour will attend to otinlr.u department, I'tn attend to whole nlimt crop of iSSS, and will pay iniath the the vrantt ul the tick nlfht ir Jiv in town or highett market price fir it l)j not ell without cuunlrs tirtieeinj Superintendent l'itt. Dtthe Mill or T J KOSTKII, theuniler:;neJ j I'ret Stanfrd KolUr Millt Co 1 To the Farmers of Lincoln and Garrard Counties- - ' $i, at V. It, Penny's Uruj Store. THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE LAROEST AND FINEST NEW COAL YARD. t A t J. T. STJTTOIT tlnjk tttH Ait tnll In ( & CO. i- HUSTONVILLE, KY ihr hu.ine.t and rcaJ) a the I'pJitjliiiK line We i ' Ca.et and imrt. ul all klndt itnd V. ofc.fty tit inpti t in Lear c. 'icH it ii't new (in be MtilieJ n short roti. Mr J v ill r l.rce'v Ujh .mt. r 'st tt me auifnif m I"' "1 I fi- - m Worth Knowing. Mr, W. II, Morzan, merchant, was taken uh a s:v:rc Cold, altco Jed SUPERIOR LILY COAL, And ilt keep it In Stanford t be , i Citj, Da. ub a and rinninjinta Contanptioa ia Mint' vnJ. m -- IV )jrdt I -- 1 Implo-intent- s buil-mve- s He tried many to called popular its hrt HOTEL OITY. cough remedies and tteadilv re Wat reduced in tleth, h:il diifitulty in breathing and vras unable to sleep. Kmallj tried Dr. King's New RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDDiscovery for Consumption anJ found immediate relief, and after ING TO ROOMS: about a half doen bottles found hiTntelfuell and hat had no ret irn of the dltcae. No other rented) can ho-t- to Krand a TURKISH A RUSSIAN HATHS IN HOTEL. recordofcuret at Dr. Kinj't New Ditcotery for Consumption. Guarantied to da juit what It claimed font Trial bottle free at A R, Penny's ttae. IN THE Also Llmo, Sand and Hair. (nt 6j it m- iK - JHN .t C ill II IMilN-- , Stanford. To tho Farmers of West Lincoln, Oasey and Elsewhere. Havine autlwrirtd Uv Mr C C VanArs date, proprietor of ItuttunMlle Roller .Milit, at his for the purchate of wheat in thi. iciwnof aitent cnuntrf, I call witri unnjm e ou mj oM all I tried Iriendt of the fainuns pubhv tj ei me bvUrc en. C'tiiZ their erupt et.ewliete Hoirj beli In the trade about twenty yrart, I am familiar with thebutlnett I frel ttarrttitvd, therefore, in the declaration that I will h able tn laclliUte the trantler olvour cropt lu the advantage of all concerned J II li KICKS jl 4 XlGWlOlACREAM r.-- . fV'4""?i' leBt -'- VTClsu Blaok-Hoada, r..urTro A. THIS itfiratIon. without jwsi rt Llver-MoloB, InJiirv.rtmoTrtiFrBok- Pim-plof- l, Drua Store- - lW(T)KHy 3H4DTJE5JL, -- KY., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. STANFOKD, well-kno- . MSStTIW is 11, rsuKtks i. This old and Hotel still maintains! rv., .... , lair. inovniiu, 1. high reputation, and its Proprietor it detcrmin. ' its Albright .V Martin be; t inform their cd that it shall be second lo no v,onntrv- - Hotel in fiiendt and cuttomert of the ihanjeln lirm rntnj iiimt or Atttn-tio- n the State in itt Fare, to hit Ouettt. llii;a;e conveved tt and MARTIN & PERKINS, from depot free of charge Speiial accomntada-tion- s The new firm hope, nut only to stittain the reputo Commercial Travelert. tation of the old, but intend, lo make man)- the minuf.ii. lure of t)Si. , whirh will be lulhc Interett of ur lUitimert, We will our N Kuril I. cat devote ieclil attention brandt of Kenlnck)'t best leaf, ''nankins you forpitt faiors anj i.kinrf fur a continuation 01 sour trade, we rcnain, Respectfullv t.urt. MARTIN A-- PKRKINS .. .. A few applications ill rentier the most itubUnnly red skin soft, itnooth ami white. Viola Cream Is not a paint or posnlertn rover defect s,l-u- t a rcmetirtocu re. It is iuwrior to all other preparations, and is guaranteed lo sjive aatidfactlon. At unig-cist- s or mailed lor 60 rrnta. I'renarwl by Tan. Sunburn and G. O. BITTLNKIt Ac CO. TOUCDO, OHIO. Sa.eat NUKoScn A I r ''tajts , stan'ord, ky THAT FIGHT Simmons, SL I.ouls, frop'r Lker HeJlelne, Ett'J '? ,hf. U'.s .Cou, nrAts J ftJ II.Zellln,'roj.'rA.Q,MinmonLiv. M. A. Simmon, WOOD WALLACE, 513 4th St., Louisville. x CK. The Original Wlnt, by THE CERTS' FURNISHER, r IteipiUlot, Est'd ZeilimS. The fashions of the diy in lh Gents' r'urniih. injline will always be faund in my store. I am agent lor the Indianipolu Steam I.vmJtv, the bett Laundry in the world. CHKW eutej IKDIOISTION, IllLIOLSNtSS. uvsrarsu,Sicic ArrtriTi,II,Sota HiaDcn,I.osT bTonicH. Htc Ilev. T llearas, I'aator .M. K. i,r!u:'.,A,Jjlm,'Tnn-- . writes: i i furies aCaooable prices. "(.'an any seiulUle man doubt as to where Keep It Cp. Wb'houldsUnd in this controversy? Can Having charged any welt informed man be deceived by the iwitulnlitratlou tho ujion tho Ueuiocri'tlc responsibility for tlio Jai- - pretense that a system so unreasonably Florida, it is qitito in ran(t august is for the btmellt of laboring jellow fovor in orJor for Tho Tribuno to seek to lix upon TOBACCONET. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., ( POWDER Absolutely Pure. I , S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,! MT VEHNON",Iv.V. Office nest door to Whitehead's Uru Store. Specialattention given to dlieates of chiMrsn ;;-t- f. .!"' cpnt think 1 should have been dead but ur your otnuln A. Sirh. rnons Liver Mtdldns. I tiassti sometimes badIn- to tubttliut Zltln' .lnft. - teA... cine, but It don't answer the ir Durnoae.1 rt j, ,. ursTrs, . ... TM it. .- ItaHliI Sl.mnl.1. Jldllor ,. v f. 1'- about competition of American laborer with the pauper labor of Europe ; but does not everf man who looks around ihlm me and know that an immense majority tof the laborers In America are not engaged vn what are called the protected industries! And as to tbcm who are employed in such industries (s It not undeniable that the duties liropoted by the Democratic measure called the Mills far exceed the difference be tween American and European wages, and that therefore, if it were admitted that our by tariffs woi kiugiuen can be protected against cheaper labor, they would be .fully jirotected mid more than protected, by that bill! "D.xw not every well Informed man know that the increase in price of home manufactures produced by a hlh tariff doe not go into the pockets of the laboring men, but only tends to swell the profits of others I "It seems to tne that if the policy of the Democratic party is plainly presented, all must understand that we seek to make the cost of living; less, and at the same time lb ishare of the laboring man in the bent flu of National properity an 1 growth. "I am very respectfully, your obedient servant, Allkw O. Tiiurjiak." ".Much d unenf Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, K i It works hk a charm. I want no I'rttrr Liver Ileeulalor and ccr. Uinly nu more olZcilia'a taixtuxa. . n..L.n..l. ;, rri.li..l and have usedJ""' ti.ierhall of It. u. ,i," I.-;-".. tlio sdiue party the odium of tho tulvanco In tbo price of wheat awl thoclosiug of nugnr refltu.'rici by tho trust. U'be nrocesd is very simple for nti Tho aUniluist ration has released, in tlio only vrny sanctioned by law, a portion of the money locked tin an idle surplus. Tlio tnoiioy has stltniilnteJ speculation, ijpcculatioa advanced tho price of wheat. Krj,'o, tho adraiuLstratlou l.i to blatso. Lttt if tlio notify hud bvn left lucked up tliero would have botfti : panic, all btisiueas. And that, probably, would havo btiltetl.thc orynns ovcu or-paproa-tratiug- sTAMORD, Wells drilled to or ler an factory prices This powder never varies. A marvel ol purity strength and wholetomenest More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cinnot be told in competition with the multitude of low ten, then wcijht alum or phosphate powders Sold only in cant. koval IIakinc, rowDSK to., 106 Wall Street, New York. l'ucnw lurnu'ved at i SPEOTJLATIOIT. GEO. A. HOMER, BANKER AND BROKER ao k. 41 ji &ivery, aarrsv geed and f ale Stable, IiKe:!', nuKioiaVN-- , Office south St. " Stanford, tidcfaln, two SURGKON DENTIST. - Kintcckv, Hroadwa) and ji Nevr Street, doors above Depot St, NEW YORK CII'V. VlllllWlaTll i K asHB't ANTEH' CHICKE- M- Cholera Cure I Lot tor. s a. Tlie Purtiflcatlun Board. Wasiiinuton, Oct. 11). Secretary Eudi-ois giving a great deal of attention to the personnel of the fortification board. Of the CjI. II. B. names mentioned to be sele.-te-- l Ayree and Cspt. James M. Injulls, of the artillery; Col. John M. Wilson and Col. Comstock, of the engineer corps, and Col. "Silas Crispin and Col. Buftington, of the ord nance seem to be the most prominent. Maj. Oea. tkhollcld will be president of the board ijy law, and it is understood that he is very anxious to have Col Ayres serw, but he has (been In such bad health lately that it may operate agaln.it his selection. A Watitera Hotel Hurueil. DravKn, Col., Oct. 15. The Depot hotel ait Los Vegas, N. M,, was burned at 4 o'clock "Saturday morning the guests and employes dosing all" their clothing and baggage and barely saving their lives. Loss on buildings, 417,000. tt llavlnz removed to thlt place from Liberty, to practice nit profession, calls the attention ol the pult lie to llit: fact that he will be ready at all hours Nut Hi All Confident. dajr or night answer calls in town or country. One of tho best informed Republicans Thirty yean to his lite were spent in Stanford and of hero Is Robert P. Porter, who alms to he deems it unnecessary to tpeak ol hit ability at make his new paper. Tlio Press, tbe nc, aphvtlclan and surgeon. Athareoflhr patronof knowledired organ of bis party in New agehim the people ofiitanfor J and vie nit) isatked by 6yl York. I was surprised to find him not oversonguliio of Republican victory in I have .moved this state It Is his opinion that If the Provisions and, Tho sugur refineries aro enabled to conPetroleum. rca-so- n trol their market bv f & duty W. H. JACKSON 41f., PRO'RS. UOUOHT..SOLDA CARRIED ON MARCJIn' voted and maintained by KcptibUcuns, anil by a trust which Mr. Blalno says is "a SURGEON Ci iy LONDON, Ks , I. S. Send for caplanatory ri,imphlet prirato affair with which neither tho STANFORD, KV. Good turnouts and laddie hortet alwayi lor hire president nor any prlvato citizen lins any on reatcnable ternit London Is the mutt convenOiTil on Lancaster stret, in room recently vaparticular call to lnterfero." Tho Detao-cra- t ient point on the railroad to retch placet In the R. B. proixne to rodttco tho duty 20 per cated by Dr. W, U, l'cnny. in the mountain section of the State lo cent, and to forbid trusts. And yet SUCCESSOR TO souio of tho refiners aro Democrats H. M'ROBERTS, M. D., Tho Tribune holds that party responsible MMI0HA1L, THE HATTER, for the shut down. STANFORD, KY. Keep it up. Thorn aro four weeks moro 311 4TJJ AVENUE, ia which to disgust votern with such Office on I. meaner Street, oppotlia Court-Houpartisan rot. Now York Wort J. LOTJI8VIIaLB, KENTUCKY. iK A. S. FHICX, Stocks, Bonds, Grain, DENTIST, GEOGHEGAN, aBflasslasiHasfiaSMC'flaKB 0. io MMti The Nobbiest & Most Stylish fclocl of W t COMPANY e u T FALL HATS, Ever brought to the city of Louisville, Including the vvorld-renoivn- rd CREAM AAasalLP. VW- -. x. Democratic majority lu tho city can be kept down to tho Ogures of fonr years iifjo. 40,000, Harrison will win. Almost To Lsnraiter street, petite the Court-Hom- e any one will agree with lilm In that. But 1 alo keep a lot ol IIR ICK on hand read for sale, W. J' 11AMSKV l':u Indications aro that New Vork county Stanford, Ky. will rIvo a largely lucreaued majority, and if tbo Republicans In tho state can do no better thou ovcrcomo the run tori ty of 1834 In the city, their chances of sue-ecswould not scent to be of the bright, 35 tat. At toast this Is tbo way it looks at Ibis atogo of tbo cnmpalgu. Ntw York Two miles South ol Stanford on Neat's Creek Letter to Philadelphia Times, W.CHAIG. Address me at Curlitlr, Ky. s MI MEAT SHOP now open KNOX A JOHN I. STETSON & GO'S. HATS ; mMmMJr M .(&. Sitt& vmwL --5 LlssLBi Anda'tomy and Caps. own Importation of Knglith Hats An elegant lirw ol Canei and Lyon's 8AT.T. House and Acres Land 70H Celebrated Umbrellas slways on hand. Fine LEXINGTON-.KY- . SEAL SKIN 8A0QTJES, CAPS, -- Cloves and other Fun, s specialty. Orders out-sld- a of city solicited, perfect salttfaction guaranteed. Don't tail toorder a NOHHY MAT. Ji lyr I I Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Uiol-erIt Is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery ol a remeay mat posilhtJy aire: it has been made, and to be of its efficacy only requires a rial, a 5oents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens, It is guaranteed If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. con-vincc- d two-third- s For sale by McKobms 1 Su-- , Stanford, ..,i.E iBfumnu Ai.is'iii .'i l.'i. li" uiWnaiL'.. a(.vnnjiaaai.