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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888102301 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. ' V Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. 5F. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23. 4888. GOI) NO. 73. HUSTONVILLE. 4giD.KLASS. Stanford, Ky., Oct., 1888. FIlsTAL : . jftuTISrOTJlsraESMIDEllSrilf. To the People of Lincoln and Adjoining Counties: ' ' ' ' In thus takin g the liberty of addressing roil, do so merely to call your attention to a few facts, which I feel certain can not fail to interest yon, as it must interest those gifted with good judgment and common 1 bense. As I have heretofore announced in the Ixtkkioii Jouunal and otherwise my intention of abdicating my present business career as a met chant of Stanford, and to sever my connections with the good people of this neighborhood and with the citizens of Stanford, with whom I have lived for the past seven years, 1 can not hesitate in making this final announcement to those who have so liberally bestowed on me their patronage and with whom I have had dealings. I feel that I need no introduction to tell yon who or what 1 am. Having been in your micUtfora number of years, and having always enjoyed the reputation for square, fair and honest dealing with every one. I need offer no further explanation of myself. Therefore, in view of the fact of a previous announcement that 1 had determined to wind up my business and close out my entire stock by January, pression. McCreary was enthusiastically greeted and dieted repeated, nnd long part panther, part reptile, part dragon, rounds of applause. The assembly was " stand up and take thy sentence'. largely democratic. Gov. McCreary is DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING. roll Down with thee to the pit und an able and judicious debater and comes Crab Orchard, Saturday afternoon, Oct. with the on the knives thou hast sharpened record of a faithful nnd effect-27, Hon. J. A. Craft, Elector, lions. T. rt and let thy music be the everlasting ive representative in the councils of the W. Alcorn. of those whom thou hast damned!" P. Hill and J. nation. McKinuey, Saturday night, Oct. L'7, I regret my inability to speak cheer To quote the pitiless sentences alone W. Alcorn, J. II. Paxton would show that they came from the dev- Hon. James fully of the sick among us. The lingernnd W. E. Varnon. il, through whatever lips they are dising sickness of Miss Weatherford conStanford, Monday afternoon, Oct. 2l, Jlttt contrasted with the sweet tilled. tinues with no appreciable change. Tho M. J. Durham and T. F. Hallam. words of of the Savior, how do they seem lions. little child of J. G. Weatherford makes Waynesburg, Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 18S.). without fail, I hereby a thousand-fol- d more diabolical than no improvement. Dr. II. Brown has UO, Hon. M. J. Durham and It. C. Warwhen standing by themselves. been confined to his room for several ' ren. days by an aggravated ease of neuralgia. This characterization of the blessed Highland, Wednesdav afternoon, Oct. God is the reason whv the defense of When I first willed on him (allirmed by .11, Hon. Tho:,. W. Varnon, W. H. Milhis failure to attend the minstrels) L Christianity by the "Ilig Five," now in ler and C. It. Bell. feared it was financial embarrassment, creased by Cardinal Manning to the "Ilig Preachersville, Wednesday night, Oct. ns he seemed to be raving about "Tick Six," is making more iutldels, in the :H, Hon. W. O. Hansford, J. B. Paxton dollar owe!" but he explained that ho That to enable me to do so and not to delav it any 1 onyrer, T will oiler to the public my Church, and out of it, than nnv instru- and W. E. Varnon. was giving the name df his malady, mentality I know. entire .stock of South Fork Station, Thursday after and I fell relieved. Poor Dr. Talnuige, great man as he unnoon, Nov. 1, Hon. T. W. Varnon and CaSPThe wintry blasts admonish school doubtedly is, is only a conspicuous vicA. K. Denny. trustees to look after their houses. Bobtim of ti false system. I only wish that Milledgeville, Thursday night, Nov. 1, gifts were altogether bin says very justly that "Plato was his Hon. It. J. Breckenridge and A. K. wont to lead forth his pupils to the foron the side of right. Such a presenta Denny. est and amid the umbrageous shadows tion of the Good God ns that above will .SHOES,Huston ville, Friday afternoon, Nov. 2, of the stately trees, and beneath the cego far to nullify the excellence of many lions. I!. J. Breckenridge and James W. rulean canopy of the concave heavens delightful sermons,' written from Ixh'k's Alcorn. instill into the youthful mind tiie divine standpoint, and enjoyed by unnumbered Bright's school house, Friday night, principles of immortal science." But thousands of readers, weekly. Nov. 1', A. K. Denny and W. E. Varnon. Superintendent Pickett can't see it. Then I should be false to the God of Love Ottenheim, Saturday afternoon, Nov. repair your poor school houses or build and Nothing Else if I said less, by way :i, W. H. Miller, and J. A. Chappell. that and at such prices new ones. The teacher has a hard exof protest, than what I have penned hi such Kingsville, Saturday night, Nov. .1, perience, a harrassing position, poor herewith. I hope it will set some to Hon. J. W. Alcorn ard W. E. Varnon. compensation, thinking. I leave candid souls to decide and especially if a female, nigh Speaking in a body to be preserved and a soul to be ! whether the question asked at the head at 7 o'clock. afternoon at land at saved. Don't let her shiver out her life of this letter is appropriate or impertiand fall a martyr to the parsimony of nent who IS THE INFIDEL? Wrought Iron flange. -The weather has been very distress, THATTheSuperintendent nnd salesmen rep- her patrons. ing. t For live days the dripping skies resenting the interest of the Wrought If it were not a universally admitted did their worst to break up the meeting. Iron ltange Co., of St. Louis, are located fact that W. P. Walton is the" best temBut the people would come out, and we at Iincaster. They will canvass all the pered man in the newspaper world, the have had good audiences throughout, adjoining counties nnd show the good paucity of funerals in the ranks of his correspondents would bo an though the country people were kept people of the county tho various advanaway, in large measure. When the tages the celebrated "Home Comfort" unsolved problem. But the severest will make That lie administers to the direlict is weather was clear the house was packed. Range has in convenience, durability, Once more the sun has put in an appear- Ac, over the ordinary cast stove. This his quiet way of getting out his biggest I let us hope to remain visi Range was sold over this county several and best issues without their aid. The ance, ble for the rest of the meeting. years since. Many of our citizens pur writer of this was getting up nn elabome to Uro. and Sister Uiy, with "Bibbiluns," chased, and as far as we have been in- rate apology for remissness, when ho will induce the thief and tramp to renounce their profession, and come to That and induce the this time, spent Sunday with us. Bro. formed, all are well pleased. As evi- fortunatcry remembered the manner in Will Fermison, also, en route to Lancas- dence of tho fact, they are selling twice which General Marion (according to buy. This sale will make "free trade" afford you all ample "protection" ter ail'1 s Garrard farm. Our little pet as many Ranges now as were sold be Weeins) received the stammering exmiser to "reform" by wearing good clothes. I am determined to make this has 1 .irned to walk, in a very tottering fore. This alone is the iikst evidence of planations of a subaltern who had slipfashion, since we last saw her, anil, of the superiority of this Range over an or- ped away from camp at a busy time, course, is "too utterly too too" sweet dinary east stove. They heat more even- without leave, to attend a cock tight, "for anything," in the display of her new ly, bake quicker, consume less fuel and which had detained him several days accomplishment. All three left Monday are more durable than anyother cooking from duty. In the midst of his pathetic morning in the doleful drizzle of that apparatus over thrown upon the tnnrk- - pleadings the General seemed to have dismal day. The night before the et. Tho Range that is being sold now is become aware of his presence and bland Of prices sale a moon came out brightly for a few hours, quite an improvement over the old one ly remarked: "AH Lieutenant: uoen was crowded. W e sold three or four years since, as it has absent, you say ? Well, never mind. No and the court-hous- e THE HISTORY OF LIHCOLK COURTYl RED LETTER thouuht the bad weather was over, but water connections, extension shelves, one had missed you." My youthful mind before daylight the ominous patter on additional. They are composed entirely drew a lesson from this scrap of history enter into a old, gratify the young and please and delight everybody. the tin roof of the Johnson House gave of wrought and malleable iron. If any and I neverbeen preferred.defense until a will tickle the sale charge has visitor was repairs are needed for Ranges that knows no hesitancy, will noticeagain. our unwelcome sloppy, alto- since, they can bo obtained by sold years calling on What n raw, a determination that knows no falter, a resolution Syrup of Figs back ' gether horrid day was Monday ! And Cicero Hall, Lancaster, Ky. Is Nature's own truo laxative. It is tbe December positively and certainly during the month when our friends took leave, the Troupe most easily taken, and tbe most effectivo Bucklen's Arnica Salve. had to "huddle" hard, to keep up in anyknown to Cleanse tho System The belt salve In the world tor cuts, bruises, remedy thing like n cheerful fashion. But wo sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, letter, chap- when Bilious or Costive j to dispel Headdid, all tho same. The Loitn is good, if ped Hands, chilblains, command all skin erup- aches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habittions, and positively cures piles, or no pay rethe devil is bad. He never fails us ual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. To continue until every article is sold; but not longer than quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaceven in the darkest hour. Manufactured only by the California Fig Price aj or What does the "Metropolitan Chick," tion salemoney refunded, Stanford, cents per box. Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. Ky. by A. R. Penny, I For who has beenpeckingat poor Bro. Barnes mm For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. mm s Is Consumption Incurable ? in the Louisvillo paper, want ? Docs ho V" Don't consult other merBringing Gladness cxnect to eat beef steaks and mutton Head the following: Mr. C. II. Morris, New! IIow can he afford to do ask In amazement tho millennium, after tho lions ark, Ark., says: "Was down with Abscess: of To millions, pleasing their palates and Uncles, Aunts, chops, in have gone into vegetable diet? the Lungs, und friends and physicians pronounc- cleansing their systems, arousing their Livand tigers profits, but throw off your lethargy, and chants who want their ed me me an Inciirahle consumptive. Ilcgan takOr will he turn cannibal and feed on his ing Dr. Klng'tiK'ew Discovery for Consumption, en, Kidneys, Stomachs, and Bowels to a all have told you hereown kind in the shape of broiled chick- am now on my thtrd'hottle and able to oversee the healthy activity. Such is the mission of Neighbors and Friends to me and then convince yourself ever finest beyond belief, is equally true en'.' For tho present, I am not a vegeta- work on my farm. It Is the Decatur,medicinesays; the famous California liquid fruit romedy, Ohio, tofore was true; so now this unprecedented sale, although Syrup of Figs. rian, nor do I teach vegetarianism; nor made,'' It Jeise Middleware for Dr. King's New Discovery permitted the grass to grow do I expect to. But I hope I have graco "Hud not been I would hare died of Lung For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. for Consumption and bona fide. There are no flies on me, and have to bo ashamed of my low estate; deplore Troubles. Was given up by doctors, Am now will give you the its dire necessity; and look for something in the best of health.'' Sample bottles free at Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, a positive cure for under my feet; and being determined to wind up my business here, Mclloli Catarrh, Dyphtheria and Canker-Moutbetter ahead. I am sorry tho newspaper A H. Penny's drugstore. s crts 3i Stagg, Stanford, Ky. J Crow At Co., McKin-ne- y, will intoxicate you with delight and actually comElectric Bitters. men, sharp as they are, seem so obtuso Ky.J K. W'.Jcne., Crab Orchard, Ky. benefit of such and so comes to seeingan ethical ts becoming no This Shiloh's Cure will Why will you cough as repre- when itoften noticed it. I believe point. poputarremedyneed no special welt knownAll who give immediate relief! when 10c, and S1.00. and will prove exactly there I have mention, as to Price 50c pel you to purchase. My stock is all new and desirable is something of un indurating character have uod Electric Hitters slug the same song of McKoberts ftStagg, Stanford, Ky., Crow & Co have so gener- in their highly intellectual profession. praise, A purer.inedlclnsi does not exist and it Is Mc Kinney, Ky.; K. W. Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky closing this announcement, wish to thank the people who sented. Another proof'that mind and spirit are guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric The Rev. Geo, H.Thayer, of llourbon, Ind. apart. "Tho world of and with their friend- often wideGod," the Good Bookwisdom Hitters will cure alt diseases of the Liver und Kid- says: "lloth myself and wife owe out Iits to confidence' and patronage in the past, knew not Bays. neys, will remove" rimples, Holls, Salt Kheuin und Shiloh's Comumption Cure. McKoberts & Stag? ously bestowed on me their is caused severing my union with "This witness thotrue." Ilooster" is far .other affections from the by Impure blood. Will Stanford, Ky.J Crow A-- Co., McKinncy, Ky.; K, "Itural Meanwhilo sMtcm and prevent as W. tnes Crb Orchard. Ky. drive Malaria ship and social connections heretofore enjoyed by me of tho "Metropolitan Chick," in well as cure all Malarial Fevers. For cure of ahead Are you made miserable by Indigestion, Comti-patiomy judgment, in understanding what Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try ElecDiisines, Loss of Appet'tc, Yellow Skin? m very respectfully, them in the future. "Bro. Hames" really said and meant. tric Hitlers. EntireJ satisfaction gaurantced or Shiloh's Vitalucr I. a positive cure. McKoberts But "let us have peace." money refunded. Price 50c nnd f per bottle u .V Stagz, Stanford, Ky. ; Crew 3c Co., McKlnney wfa-tir- Dr. Sam 1'. Grunt and family, of Danville, and Dr. A. S. Price, of your city, I'KAIeUg TIUC IjOUD. were here last week attending the Price-Francwedding. Fon Sale. Desirable, new and atLKTTKIt FROM GKOHGKO. BAUNKS tractive residence in Ijuieastcr, Ky. For terms call on Mrs. George I). Burdett on WHO IH TIIK INKIIIKf. the premises, or address John W.Miller, Wll.l,I.MSTOWN,Glt.NT,Cot.VTV, lvY. OtT. Hi, 1888. Ijuicaster, Ky. 'Jt (Concluded.) Several families are here wanting to .. .A 1' On the crueL,tross, n little Inter on, locate. They will do well to consult the the dear Snvior of the world hung bleed- columns of the Intkhiok Joru.VAi., where ing. In If is nirony, thpvr wlio Htood they will find offered for sale a residence nVbunVl ,it, 'mofku'd II mi ,wjth' brutal that is new, desirable and cheap. tnunU. WerethcyinoU'iufldeln"i" Could Elder Cline preached a splendid ser"iulldelity" go further-- ? 'AYidliow listen mon Sunday, taking for his theme the to their words' of do6iV . rtntner forgive Lord's Supper. He has his opinions and thetiil They know wliat .they do." speaks them boldly; and, as he preaches It sounds almost like plasphemy to a great deal of truth, he will eventually me, to ask you, dear reader, even to con- get into trouble. trast this with Dr. Talmaire's latest utterThe boys are makingextensive prep ance circulated by the hundred thous- arations for the grand democratic rally and of copies by influential journals, as and torchlight procession appointed for edifying reading, for their numerous sub- Nov. 2d. Torches, Hags, bunting, ' uniscribers. Hut I must, for Truth's Bake, forms and everything needful is being bring this theological carrion alongside secured for the occasion. the tender words of Jesus. Hear them: Last week you took the sentence in "Stand up, thou monster; thy lip blast- which we had the "pure gospel, powered with blnsphcmyj thy cheek Bcarred fully preached and sweetly sung" and with lust; thy breath foul with the cor- transformed it into a deformity akin to part man, the ordinary gospel of the age. ruption of the ages; is IS LOVK JSD NOTHIKG EIrSK! LANCASTER, GAFinARDCOUNTY. Mrs. Mary Jones, who died Wednesday, was the widow of Green T. Jones and one of the oldest citizens of this community. She was the mother of a large family, most of whom survive her. In the shooting affair of Wednesday evening there was no arrest made and very little comment on the matter. The parties were brothers-in-laand intimate friends until tho time of the conflict. During the prevalence of the political epidemic and tho sittings of circuit court, communication- between Stanford and the outlying villages has been so easy that you have been kept posted as to the march of events. J. P. Laud's sale came off according to notice last week. A large number of people were in attendants!. No offer was made for tho land. I'ersonal property brought fair prices, especially corn, oats, hay, millet, &c. Corn brought $1.50 per barrel in the field: hay was sold by tho stack at high figures. Tom English" was1 w - the auctioneer ical, 'poet., There wna a large crowd ntthe speaking Thursday. Ewell made a good, imi , eloquent, polite, Proclaim, Announce and Declare Clothing, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, JiAKGAlXS pre-emine- nt Hats, Caps and Furnishing Goods, "WILL OPEN YOUR BYES IN ASTONISHMENT WILL GAUSE YOUR HAIR TO STAND ON THE END i (so-calle- Competitor Thxow up th.ir Hands in Holy Horror to-da- y; -- SLAUGHTER AND MASSACRE D8Y IS that A With that I of St th Ball Rolling and tnn look Out for a Cloan SwpT January. DON'T STAND WITH VOXJB MOUTH WIDE OPEN Don't it bring that I I not I BARGAIN" S that In I I regret I US. L .A. S S. Ever in Jesus, Geo. 0. U.vunks. A. It. Penny V drug store. Ky. ; K. W.Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky. 1 , .."H'-- f' wrrww" VfJf 'J. '' '"'" TI ' ' 'm ""-. , r , - tw Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal OoroiiEii 23, 1888 Stanford, Ky., W. F. WALTON. Thk republican party has reduced tho internal taxes SVJO.OOO.OOO, since the war. Hut the reduction has been for manufactures, banks, railroads and express companies, and when tho people ask for cheaper necessaries thev are given a stone. The republicans are against lifting tho burdens of taxation from any but tho rich man. The Sennte after making feint of trying to pass n tariir reduction bill, which would reduce the revenue without lightening the burdens of taxation, llnally threw up the sponge nnd agreed to un adjournment. !?o tho first half of tho 50th Congress expired at noon Saturday, after breaking the record in extreme length. Mr. I'rkv Wooiiso, chairman of the executive committee of the K. V. A., announces in the- - Owensboro Messenger that Mr. H. B. Herbert, editor of the Na- Ulaink Is quick to st o the tromlof events nnd cist nn anchor to windward. Ho started o.it In the canvass with tho insertion that tho 'Jiritr, having protection for Its object, was tho sole issuo of the campaign, but we tlnd him after he sees that a spirit of tariff reform pervades the atmosphere, Ignoring that question altogether to abuse his bettors and pull the wool over the eyes of. the peonk, who can not be hoodwinked by tho wi- ley statesman. Tho handwriting is on the wall that tho republicans must go, and no one reads the legend as easily and as plainly as he. Facts T. Fultehoml. In some quarters wo aro charged, I bc Hove, with being emissaries of England and missionaries of Bomo kind of "Cobden club." About tho nearest club recognl tlon men Hko mo mav expect to get In Groat Britain Is from tfio club of a ollce man trauo ts an imnossumiiy in I this county, oven If It ware denlrablo To support tho government costs nearly $800,000,000 a year, and tho people must We raise from tho In- t BOmcbo tornal revenue about 118.000.000, nnd custom duties (tho tariff) tho n , from l raised if the belt In Lincoln Co , .lj AcreS S Acre fruit farm knoll Unit, will be oM Octo. her Ji. Send lor, bill with complete information. Ky II. 11. King, T)TlfCl V anifiai Acre 1 AJLvluO. uood Mori-land- I I One LAND FOR SALE. ino.urcnon Well of roud rmlfw.ty l.elween the two placet uotxl ttHtcr at ind oi porch llitlf c i.inM and 30 A S",u.let ".? " crc In Kr.n nml.litip. If OVERCOATS I IN the Sointr.it and Crab Oorcli.ud sl W !lUA,1','At Dnl.ney k mjjnder y,nu tinio Mountain Lands ! I tional Journalist at Indianapolis, has accepted the invitation to address the next meeting of the Association, which will be held in Owensboro. By tho way, vpcaklng of that growing city, the prets boys will be bo well acquainted with tho appearance of its buildings and of its ilIKjoplo after scaning Mr. Woodson's which has not lustrated fair number, yet been excelled in journalistic enterprise, that they will feel perfectly at home when they meet there In tho merry month of June. Juimie 1'uli.iam, the brute who tried blackmail n rich man into paying him $5,000 for debauching his wife, which he alleged and nobody believed, has secured a change of venue from Breckinridge to Meade county, nnd has been returned to the Louisville jail to await tho February term of that court. The mob didn't get him while at the Bcene of his murder, but if it had, the chnrge could not have been made that it did not have great provocation nor that justice would have as surely been meted out by the law. The change of venue is tho first step towards a final acquittal. linveattore room to rent lor a furniture and un- hardware or tlnnrr'i twtablithment dcrtakiii)!, For further inform 10 provom inni surplus in wiu iiuurv. Thucare itooil for auda ? W METCAI.K to We cannot imagine how any man, who j this dreadful Mills bill Hint wo have mat, l.uill- put lumber, snlt. tin has been a democrat, can, after seeing passed proposesonto tho freo list to pay no and wool McCreary and Km ell, put our nominee's uties at all and to reduce duties on STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE election in jeopardy by voting for Kooe, foreign manufactured goods from an worth to STANFORD, KY who cannot possibly be elected, but avcrago of f 47.10 ou each $100 worth, or a llttlo over $41 to each $10 whoso candidacy can only inure to the less than 7 per cent In other words, the benefit of Ewell. To retire McCreary purpose- Is to give tho manufactures of j. M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDENT. for such a man as the republicans have the United States free raw material as and "protection" for copl far as put up would be a National calamity, to tal andpossible,by a tariff on all manu tugim on r.ifihtccnth labor mnn who factured goods over 41 per cent. This la which wo believe no honest 3, thinks of the matter in the proper light more than twice as high as tho tariff of 1860; nearly as high as the tariff be for will contribute. tho dishonest revision of 1883, and muck corn of leaclicn Tlicrouch Carefully higher than any previous tariff revision rinMTUCIlUn V.w.l .ll.inllna Hrit mtthodi. IT. S. court at Ixmisville has pro?...l M,.v.'.... Tiik 44 war, and, the freo list proSend for ilrcular nounced Dr. h. W. Jones, of New Alba- since tho Is far morewith favorable to Ameriposed, It scoundrel," at least can manufacturers and labor than ny, an "unmitigated FOR in his suit for damages against Howlett any tariff that has ever been in SAW bill This and others, of Kentucky, n verdict for force Jn this country. ami Htook AIhu has hfbn framed In tho Interest of the the defendants was found. The testimo- whole body of manufacturers and A. I dc.ire to leave Kentucky I will cll atKreal ny showed that thoiwords were used in not In the interest of a favored tairificc 3 uw millt complete with jo hor.c boiler bK wag aw woiln, connection with thtf rascal's treatment class. It will enable us not only to hold and jjohor.e waifon. 7t biicktoarU, I iotpnn) waj. j.horne our own markot against tho world, but on and harnr 3 ole ofiattle, jmule., hore. of his wife, and if the vilest epithet that compete abroad with other producers, thus on inlll f on.. . coimilcte. and nn farm of 6o acre , ran be bestowed on a man had been giving more work and bettor wages to our .nob land well timorreu. Will .ell pr.vatelv MAR I SMITH. unaer me present used to dscribe him, it would have fallen , working people. Maywiwd, Ky f of our people aro out of system short of doing so. of the time. It has employment ! millionaires and beggars monopo Gov. Bi'cknkh has mounted the rag-in- u bred and paupers. It gives one employer lists lam agenttor '1 he Cincinnati Toner Iron Roof-stiinm and will speak a number of $1, 500,000a year profits and his men sixty their Imoa in Wnlford's district. In other cents a day. It Is unjust, oppressive and 111K tompauy and am prtparwl to furtnh will help dangerous, and the sooner tho cjuutry Is words, the gallant Confederate IRON ROOFINC emancipated from It the sooner gcnuln the noble old Federal triumph over the will come and a more canal and At Si 7$ per v)uare, nail", iainl, Ac , included. Erosperitv r Ml i:i. I ON, no longer g. o. p., when such a man as of wealth will taku t.iwit trial Itowland, K), () tin standard-beare- r Speech of Hon. Patrick Col From Sutler Finloy became the filace.of Boston. THE FLORENCE of it. Truly the war is over and days of brotherly love are upon us. A Iterlew of the Tmita. Hero is a list of some of the trusts that Tiiitkman's march throuch Indiana I was u most triumpli.il one. lie made exist In tho United States in consequeuct liiiht the ri.ht to ll the Hoienct Wattling Machine and m no prtpjred tofurn.tn .....I.- - r........1...o .,il mnnt- short ol,. U,B w'"...... .. iourri.-nu.ii- i B,.u uc thnr ckthct from of Tho tc.., ra,. tnwt buttnwvtl by a tariff all who may .h to incident to the eld proc thr ruhbin.and tearing ones, and nis nonefit out nnnu wan sihik- - tax of Jir per ton. lake one and tr) it and br convinced. 1(0 2. Tho I'll not worry uu about bti)ti( utile j on ate fulen till lie had to carry his arm in a slin. pound. nail tmM, by a tariff tax of l.sa r ly otMlicd u, iq it nie.it.. HesayHifthe republicans ;et Indiana 3. The Iron nut and washrr truit, by a tax of ft 1 he uiidtrigntd have pure lied the Morence r and afier a thorough trial, v.e 100 poundx. Waliin they will have to buy it nt a price they worth, 4. The barbed fenco wire tmt, by a tax of CO taVe tilcaoirein adoine our Wit.inuiit to it and without hi dilation pronounce u a miuci in are unable to put up. t per 100 pounds. every particular, doin all that I' cliimed fur it 5. The copper trust, by a tax of fi.10 tcr K Wm Iauchert, J W, Wallace. Dr. Ilnurne, nig,, amount and more, henco tho and acre, rut 400 l.alidi more Ior TtmU-that will !, I of Mountain. Coal at a l1.1rK.1111 I Satinets and Kerseys, Worsteds and Chin; surplus. L. chillas. In Light and Dark Colors and in Light Medium and Heavy "Weights. T n- - Monday. September .1- -2 '88 Our Stock is Full of Fresh Goods. Conic Early nnd jjet Choice of Pntcraf mid Sixes. J MILL SALE! Iml wage-worker- BRUCE&MeROBERTS. 1. r I 1 ..-- 1 jS-t- ono-thir- one-thir- d Q BTJTIJ3EE,S 1 1 T. R. WALTON ' , WASHING MACHINE he .- -.-; p-- mat-hin- ct-n- NEWS CONDENSED. pounds. 7. asked to state the vote in the last several years. In of Indiana 1870 Tilden carried the State by o.olo in a total vote of Ml, 070. By the aid of tho Dorsey and Dudley SJ tactics it went republican in 1S80 by 0,041 in a total vote of 470,07:1. In 1S84 it again went Cleveland's majority being 0,o72 total vote of 404,70:1. Well posted in a politicians declare that he will carry it 0 by again in two weeks from flie total vote will bo over and that Wk have n J. JI. Chandler, who shot Prof. at Jellico, has been admitted to I.uw-renc- o 6. Tbo lea.1 NuniU. tnift. by a tax of $1.M per ICC The Uto pencil demo-eniti- c, to-da- y 10,-00- 500,000. k i I F . j The I'ailucuh .Standard has the courage to demand the resignation of County Judge Spence, who has left his wife and been living in open adultery with another woman, besides being guilty of other 20. The ultramarine trust, by a tax of $3 per 10C disgraceful acts. It is to be hoped that (XX). Svlvestcr Grubli. the fellow whosltoti pounds. up its demand till the paper will keep Tho effect of niouoiwly tariff onrfapitnl is sweetheart for sioiiiK back on him, istic combinations does not stop with the unworthy ollicial is forced to be hung at has been sentenced to those abovo enumerated. Tho tendency his office and be made to pay the Ind. of tho system is to foster trusts of all line and imprisonpenalty of his acts by One lone highwayman held up a kinds, and to encourage closo combinament. tho interests tions of stage load of men nearl'rescott, Arizona, of lubor capitalists hostilo to and to individual business enterwho Jo and made them shell out their cash and prise. New York Star. .SME sensible prohibitionists, not care to aid Ewell by throwing their other valuables. The E. T., V. & G. will issue $0,000,-iMUM mil and Farmer. votes away on Xooe, (who could in no - Mills bonds to be used in improving the Present btate of ease be elected,) but who are 1)111. Barinir. dulv. strength in Ken- road and buying feeders, of which the of showing their Boards . . 51 to S350 M. Fiw. $1 to SJ.W M. 15c. jwr M. 15c. ierM. Krre. us that they will vote for Mc- K. C. will likely be one. tucky, tell Lath 35c. ier L 35c. wr St. Krc. A cannon ball train on the Baltimore HhlORles... Creary and for the national prohibition 1c. jmt lb. Tlaware lc. lvr ll. Free. This seems and Ohio railroad was wrecked by an Chicory. candidates, Fisk and lirooks. So. er II). er lb. Frve. 3e. tn;r lt. tfc per lb. Krrc to us a reasonable course, if they must cpen switch near Washington, Pa. One ChoooUite So. ter lb. e. per lb. Free. man was . killed and ,21 seriously injured Cocoa show their hand for prohibition. Xc. lb. 8'. ler lli. Free. ... !. reports mm. currants, Freo. Ic. peril). lc. jwrlb Tiie inspector oi mines Icjierlb. Messrs. Joe over 11,000,000 bushels of coal have been l'lumbs. leper lb. Free. The Olive Branch, by iO er ct. Free. i er crMoore and V. B. Nichols, D.tnville, is mined in Kentucky in tho last months ... ista, per en t. Free. lie. perewt 7 mills tier lb out. and is very creditable in every res bv O.O.Slt miners,' whose pay amounted to Hugar. .. 35 mills p. lb. 1)1. .r. . 3M mills iht lb m. p. lb. pect. They are IkjUi young men of newsJO Mto. ier sal. 40c. per pal Cantor oil 1,.),1.. IMcperlb. IHcpcrlb paper experience and have counted the Fied. Mason, a religious fanatic, was( Cut nails 4c. er lb. i'H IHc ier lb costs well before entering on the under- seized as lie was about" 'to lo the A bra-- 1 Wrt. ualls.. Reiluctlou. Coarse cot ) taking, always fraught with difficulties, 2Uto60pereC act under the tlelusion that ton .. 19 to as p. ct. SO per c. 4.5 Clothing.... Olperot, and here's hoping they may surmount the lioril liad told him to sacrifice one of V.'oolu cloth 45 70 per ct. 35pere in placid waters. them and sail salefy 4.5 his children. 73 per ct. 38 per ct. Dress goods .15 iht ct. 5 28erct. Judge Sawyer decided in tho II. S. Uncus. 28 per ct. S5 35 jier ct. Tub Nelson Record issued a triple Circuit Court at San Francisco that the Hhevtlugs... IS STpercL Oilcloth. 40perct, number last week which was a credit to Chinese exclusion act is constitutional. ' Thread... ST S3 40 per ct. ier cL well as the printing dethe editorial as In exchange for these, which do not and that its provisions become operative show oven partment of that paper. The edition immediately. the reductions of the ought to and doubtless will be of great , Mills bill, tho farmer is asked to give the A fatal wreck occurred on the Cum-woolen manufacturer free foreign wool to pecuniary advantage to the people for herland Valley railroad, near Shippens- - mix with American, that tho mills mav whom the expensive undertaking was burg, Pa. Many passengers were injur--1 run full time and make the woolen cloth now imported. T. E. Wilson. designed. ed. The baggage master was killed and Thkiik is a Blight probability that tho both conductors were badly hurt. InipovcrUUed. Monopoly Protected, Cincinnati Exposition may be prolonged The fellow that worked John M. In eight years from 1880 to 1887 Gertwo weeks. So far the loss is about 40 Hobinsoiut Co. for $1,00 wlth n pension j many feeut to this cotuitry 1.285,025 Impercent, to the guarantors anil they check has been captured in Knoxville. migrants, or per cent, of tho whole, hope by the extension to catch nearer He is the son of the woman to whom it while England sent but 400,037. or llf number, if proteo . .. of tho total even. The days of expositions seem to was payable and she will refund rather ' Dimacea for workincmen's ills. 1 nassed. They do not draw any tha;i have him prosecuted. have why does protected Germany loso nearly more. Mrs. Nannie oorlieos, housekeeper three times as much population Inagivcn Eugland? New York M. Tabler, at lIumMlsliurg, shot time as freo trado World The Governor has appointed Capt. Kd for Dr. lorter,Thomp8on, Secretary of the Ken- and wounded a burglar who was trying doctor's cash in his abof Cheaper Good uritl Hlgliur Wufcet. tucky league of Democratic Clubs, State to get bold the ' Gen. Harrison asks of tho Democrats sence. Twenty Residences in t'he same Librarian, to succeed Mrs. Hanson, detown have been burglarized in a week. "Do they hopo that when tho coat Is made ceased. Ho was a member of the cheaper tho wages of the man or the Tho republican talk about West Vir- woman who makes it will bo Increased?" Brigade and is a good man in evginia is the purest nonsense. If .Messrs. Certalnlv That Is just what they exery respect. Ulaine, Elkinsnnd their local partners pect. When tlio manufacturers no longer The democrats are whooping things up could not carry that State in 1SS4, how have to pay duties on wool required for ndmlxturo thev can afford to pay better in Pulaski and while they do not expect shall they hope to do it in 18X87 It isas wages. Now York World. propose to materially surely democratic as Kentucky. Cintocairyit, they decreasotho republican majority. Tho cinnati Enquirer. Juit tlio rtlRl't Plaro for Illin. skies are shiniiiffbrljjiitiy forthe old War Gov. Gray, of Indiana, who has been Mr. Andrew Carnegie is reported to be Horse. on the stump continuously since tho stumping Scotland for Harrison and MorHo Kopubllcuii party come at Deca- campaign began, says "we are going to ton. good can do thospeeches In Scotland The blessed frosta haveby making moro is over. At Jackson- win; I have seen enough to know that orAsuantco during tho present campaign tur and tho worst predictions are going to bo verified. than by lifting up Ids voice In favor of tlu ville there were -- 7 new cases Sunday and ray of ,. I have said this before, but I never be- high tariff on this side of tlio Atlantic-Chica- go ' Jour deaths, making a grand total News lieved it so devoutly as now." 700 cases and 3.11 deaths. Judge Durham, says a Washington txiundi. zinc trust, by a tax of $8 SO per 100 r. The correspondent, has given $:500 to the poun.K I 10. The mjgar trust by a tax of $2 per 100 campaign fund. pound. TO THE CITIZENS Or LINCOLN COUNTY. Four men were terribly injured by 11. Tho oilcloth trust, by a tax of 40 per cent, lii. Tho Jute bos trust, by a tax of 40 jier cent. an explosion of dynnmite in a quarry Having reiently eipuppeJ a fi ic K ller Mill In 13. T.ie cordage trust, by a tax of 30 kt cent, the to ii of Stanford mat we defy any Mill to near Frankfort, Ky. pev eiual in quality of (lour, we think the cillicnt ol 14. The paper euvelojx) trust, by a tax of the county thould have conntv pride rnough to It is stated that since H5!W, when it cent. , We wuh to 13. The pitta prcha trust, hy a tax of S3 per natroniie and utain the unit was first observed, yellow fever lias vis- cent. whom it may lOiuern that we are in the to Mi) )our wheat auil i.in anil win 15. The castor oil trust, by a tax of R cents per market ited this country 88 dillerent years. aysive the hi!hetn.irki-- price fur ame. We have ajded ionic new in uhinery to our corn meal The Urotherhood of locomotive En- gallon. linseed oil trust, by a tax of 23 cents IT. The uil any depatlment and can now make meal t gineers has decided to hold its ne.xt conoy any pcroon It cannot rte eiluaueu....1 ... .... niner mm r lhi f..... . .!, ... W.. ,1a.. l.. W,IC,1 in 18. Tho cottonseed oil trust, by a tax of S3 cent " .."II. n.l cinil) ' r vention at Denver, Col., Oct. 17, 1S80. All iiavlim cram in our line meal ilenartmeiit , Mill, where our , for ate will plcae cil at the (iov. Hill says Uiat lie is itiflied agent will be found at all time, ho uillcivc the New York will (rive pievelandnml Tliur-- I on borax nmlioradc acld,?3 per 100 pouml on let prue for ame lira anu ... nipiuu aiwayi n , - crude borax and borate lime, and $4 per in no man a majority of from lo.OOO to -Supt. Stanford Holler Mill Co lKmaoasomaimillXltandamM, tf aji bail in 51,000. cent. tnut, by a tax of 30 per 100 I . I. l liudderar. I. I Mr Amanda I'eaU, t.eur.e l'elon, Ale Holtclaw , C. C Y icM, Albert Camden, Sun Kame, K, and many oiher M. K. Harrow. Mr S 1' Silitr, A. . t. I.ynn, hine. Hill Peikini, l.ewu anpy, ion, C - MAN & SOMERSET STREETS 1 a The nickel trust, by a tax of $15 per lraduancrat M.K. hl.KI.N'. S. S Mer' to.e. . ISTOTICE STAITFOKD, . ZENTIJCKTr ; .t 1iJZI - T J J J -.-- ai- - t m ., J "...,-.- It- - A J Always Reasona First-Clas- s. w I 1CX v- - i. tii-m-- c ble and Goods J II II'LTOM relin-quis- h 1 Vin-cunne- s, Hiiroisr& DAVIS General Merchandise, UOWI.ANM). KY , llat-jil- t a iich mod of Mrn'l and lloyi Cliiltnn., Cw, llootn. hhoe. Dry Coodt, AIo draler in Notion, and I amily (5riKTrie . for Coal. Country prfnlmc taken in tj.han,-prue Come one, r me at rilhvl market ioJn all, and learn the adv inuc in trade oM .t n Ilt. opi-ne- GOOD 3EMPTV Bi1LHHErS FOR SAX.E. de-riro- us 8l . . -C . . I . jt J1,1. . V 1M 1 ham-Isa- ac ... i Who ndvhed her pupils to strengthen their inlmN by tlio use of Ayer s appreciated the truth that Ixxlily health is essential to mental vigor. KorjHirsons of delicate and feeble. coiiHtittition, whether joiing or old, this medicine is remarkably beneficial, lie sure you get Ayer's Suntnpiirlllii. " Kvery spring and fall 1 take a number of bottles of Ayer's Sarsapatilla.and Mrs. James JI. uiii greiitly benefited." Mass. Kastman, Stout-ham- , "I have taken Ayer's Samaparllla with great benellt to my general health." MlMiTliirra I.. Crerar, l'almyra, Md. "My daughter, twelve years of age, has suffered for the past year from The Teacher BUGGIES, CARRIAGES Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Oarts and Spring Wagons, the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over one-hal- f General Debility. A few weeks since, we began to glvo her Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Jier health has greatly Improved." Mr. Harriet II. Jiattles, South Chelmiford, Muss. "About a year ago I began lining Ayer's Sarsapariila as a remedy for debility mid neuralgia resulting from malarial exposure in tho ai my. I was iu a very liad condition, but six bottles of the with occasional doses of Ayer's l'llls, have greatly Improved my health. I am now able to woik, and feel that I cannot sav too much for your excellent remedies.' 1 A. IMiikham, South Moliinciis, Me. "My daughter, sixteen years old, Is using Ayer's .Saisaparllla with good effect."' Itev. S. .1. Graham, United llretlircn t'liurili, lliiikliauuon.W.Ya. " I suffered from I Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the trade. Gome and see our goods before making your selections. You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. GEO. 3D. E Tr7 Iflf WEiS-RENT- , aOLKTG'B. j MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIE TOR. ' ' fill V f FUMITUm STORE J -0 j MACE HUFFMAN, PBIMF Nervous Prostration, with lame back and liradacho, and havo been much benefited by tho lino of Ayer's Bursa parti In. I am now Ml years of ape, and in. i isitixllcil that liiy present health and pitilongt'd life are title to the use of Ayer's Saisaparillu." Lucy Moflltt, Ivlllingly, I'oiiii. Mrs. Ann IT. Fariisworth. a lady 70 years old, Ho. Woodstock, Vt writes : "After seveial weeks' suffering from nervous prostiation, I procured a Ixittlo of Ayer's Farsaparllla, and before I had taken half of It my usual health vv Oi-ph- an RJ fJ'13 'F' ! I'l'LLmi lz-jMB- PlIlW '111 I fPKMKKd7r7?MlHtHHrnr IVWIJm wMaw n; returned." ---- ---- Ayer'S SarSapanlla, ED BY Dr. I'rtcc- - J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mast. f J ; ill bottle, . Worth 4 a bottle. Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture and undertaKera uooas. iuy prices win oe as tow as such gooas can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be convinced thatjsell lower than the lowe3t. r- irU.-.j-- , U m - v. "V.Ki: u'jyBtiliu, -t ,t . . - --WA.4 .' L.f p.ifl.-j- .ij . . ..,, .r.tf',?JiJr .vznxmmMmMiMswa&tofm N . . . - .'.n .. vT..ft ..Jt.w...jA'M.J. '. im. -WI m -u- -- .i'JtaJl-ft ?- - t WT- , i 'Wi. t ' g Hi -- MBI n faiiTm.jiII jfr Fiswreji-T'V- r rT"Hff1 , TifyfLff irjtfWWW1' v 'W"tW7Fr"r" Semi-Week- ly Interior journal K.C. WALTON, BUH. ManuKOl' Ftankoiu) Ky., Octoiiuu 23, 188 Wi: are asked to announce that "Mrs. Lulu A. Nield will speak in favor of pro- Uruoe. KiiBtJi OvHTKUh, Klmli mill Colory njl niuiiion in Miuunrti, wet. 'M, 111 o ciock j i i.; Stanford Oct. '21, '2:'M v. M.; How-lan- d wajHOii liiinil at H. Ziinniur'n. Oct. '27, at 7 r. m. She will lecture At Aj.htott'h Stoui:, (Juhi'V county, on Kospcl tempenmco at Hulls (tap Mr, It. ('. Warren will ntltlruas thu peo church, Oct. '28, at 11 a. m. and at IIIkIi- -' land Oct, '2fi, at 7 i m." ple lit uYloek, S.iturtlny, Nov. :!l. A good farm Waxtcij. liiiiul J. K. Iincaster Court was well attended 1 j Published Every TuoHduy and Friday AT jf'--J I1CU YKAlt,INADVAMOK . old friend, Mow) Wruy, and Jim .Smith tiad a llejit Krfdny in which the old man millcred n severe out in the foreOi'M head. BrWhen not to paid 32. SO nill bt charged.? K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Traill leave RovvUi.u at 3.3$ a 4 return ul 6 m unci I 4b p m. in . and Jioam Mim Hrm.i: Caiii'k.nti:k lulvcrtiseH thnt she will take boarderH ut tho Carpenter IIouku ind we eotnmend her to thoM seeking a t,rol place to live. h- - you owe your taxes yet you had L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. better hustle around and pay them. After tho 1st of November the law makes ta 31 pm Mail train gome North .... South...- 131pm the sheriir add ! per cent, to nil unpaid ..ns;pm lists. I.spress train " South North Local '1 to thesevereillnessofhisbroth-er- , be Utier trains also curry patitnctrs. Craft, Elector .1. A. Craft was The above l cateulalcd . standard lime, Solar not able to till his apHiiutineut here yeslime it about to mlnutei faster. terday, and Jude Jacobs tells us that DEATH'S DOINGS. MEANS BUSINESS. Hon.J.S. Van Winkle, also advertised to Mrs. Mary, the wife of J. II. Hdelin, V.Tcmst and Jewelry reiminil and speak, has Itecn sick for a week or more. died at Ixjbnnon. warranted. A. It. IVnny. OronoKUAoiiTsaysMcCreary'sspeech Tho wife of Judgo Lewis, of the Tim bent place to buy drugx, patent incdJcini'H and toilet articles Is at A. It. tlxed every prohibitionist in his section court of appeals, died suddenly at Frankfor him, nave one, and he may yet see fort. Penny's. After a month's illness of typhoid Huy your whool books, ink, tablets. tho ertor of his way. We have heard a pencils and school supplies of all number of prohibitionists declare for Mo fever, Sniper, Jilt. THOMAS C. ltOIIINSON from A. It. Penny. Creary and several republicans have told breathed his last Fridoy at noon, aged .'HI I Ktiarantei! nil watches and every ar- us they will also vote for him. years. For tho most pait of his sickness ticle of jewelry I sell to be just as A. It. Pesay. It. C. W MiitK.v at Sugar Srove School-- I lie lay in a stupor and 'was apimrently House, W. H. Miller and J. A. Chap-- ( not conscious for several days prior to PERSONAL POINTS. The main stay of an aged H!ll at liodicn and W. K. Varnon and his death. ( C. liiVKS is visiting relatives 'J. B. Paxton at Wnyncstiurg tilled their mother, now (i!) years old, his untimely Mits. nppointmenUi to speak Siitiinlny and all demise is all the more deplorable, and in Bourlxjn. Mm. Mai.imm HsYI:x returned to hnd fair crowds. The rest of the apjxiint- - fears are entertained that that good old ments between now and the election is woman will not survive the shock, Friday. Mm. W.J. Spaiiksiu vi'iting at her .given in this issue. Head them and at- - which has completely prostrated her. May tho Ixird comfort her stricken heart tend. It will do you good. father's In Mt. Vornon. anil vouchsafe his promise to her. Mas. Jamm Pwton returned from The liitKMiAM Kii.uxo. From the Though not a member of the church, Midway and I.cxiimton yesterday. witnesses to the killing of Bill (..resham, ir Hobinson was a moral, upright and and K. C. Mus.su. 1). It. weleani that he was not armed at tliu excellent young man, loved by his friends Walton spent fieveris days in Cincinnatime, but had been beating Iteid over mid neigh'bors, who never sought a favor ti, returning Sunday. the head in inpiarrel over a ipiarter, in f,0in him in vain. An energetic man Mit. Sam Thompson, Col. Sam Burden's which the d- -d lie had been passed. As m, n Kood citizen in every respect, his hero in a novelette in an Omaha paper, soon as lteid got loose from Orcshani, he joss wm H, fcjt jn tlc community in was down from Lily Sunday. lrvw ids pistol and lired the thiee shots, whirh he was so highly thoughtof. Kid. Mixsi:s. J. F. llom.K and Frank Inof j0i, u. which laid him out in Gibson preached the funeral line, are in Itichtiionil, Va., attending the an hour. He never spoke after being discourse Saturday afternoon and then Kngtiicer Brotherhood's Convention. except to ejaculate "Oh"' sexeral mnv sorrowing friends followed the re- mill Mrs. K. T. shot, Mim II A. I.tii.--r is still ,',UI,,, mains to their last resting place in Bull f",M'H' . Kcul, It ,H """ lto.h,s.torareouvl.sitto their sisters. ' Home, but we nave licaril 01 no ellort to Cemeterv. W..1..1. Mrs. Thompson and Miss Clara , rest him. South. .633 pre Knight Noilh 7rn ,6 30 rn . . - . Owi.s'o M. T. yesterday and there were l."0 cattle on the market, mountain stock selling at 12J and New York shippers at " cts. A cattle dealer of Montgomery has purchased 100 head of eattleinthatcoun-- l ty at l cents per pound, payable when; Harrison is elected president. Tho Pink Cottage place is loaded Doors, ISliuds, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. down with line fruit, the result of Bro. Thomas J. Fry, late of Damille, hut Barnes planting in the years agone. now of KatiHiiH C'itv, will marry Miss Mrs. J. M. Wruy, who now presides as mistress, has our thanks for samples, of Hattie McCoun, of Mercer, tlo nay that Kditor John L. which the "Nonesuch" tipples were esThey llosloy is about to marry a widow with pecially large and toothsome. The tobacco growers in tho Hopkins-vill- e plenty of money and plenty of children. district passed resolutions favoring his Hully for the old hoy! Here's to health, his "family's" e,ood health, the planting of no tobacco in 1SM, since e,ol , my llL. ,lvo mgam the over production of the last few years )r0H,Wr, has so faulty injured the market. The Another Kentucky editorhassoiifjht happiness in marriage and here's hoping growers of the Clarksville (Tenn.) disthat he will find it. Judge C. K. McCor-mic- trict have passed similar resolutions and of the Bullitt County 1'ioneer, and thousands of Kentucky and Tennessee Miss Maggie Brooks, daughter of Hon. farmers lirve signed such un agreement. Both the county democracy and Goods Warranted and W. B. M. Brooks, were made one last Tammany Hall have nominated Itoswell week. 1 j STMFQRD PLMISG MILL 3 CO Flooring, Sidings, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, Hrackfls, Seroll Work, Frames, Sash, Veranda Work, Etc. A. C. SINE, Superintendent. ifflo Co MTCJPIMIUYo Is Receiving His MERCHANT TAILOR FALL AND k, WINTER GOODS. Give him a Trial. aPerfect fit Guaranteed, m m P. Flower for Congress. Two paymasters on the Lchiuh Val ley road were killed and robbed of $'2,- - j 000 while en route to settle with the employes. (kcar G. Murray, at present Freight Traffic Manager of the Missouri Pacific road, has accepted the position of Tratlic Manager of the Chesapeake &. Ohio & Big Four ltoads.. NKW ADVEUTISEMEXTS. NOW qpeC We Have Opened our Stock of repre-M-iitf- d. BOARDERS Dry Goods, Notions, Boots WANTED! Shoes, Hats, &c, Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Every"'"'"'"p r- ! I liate detcrminrcl to open thr Carpenter Home lor boarder mid will be glad to accommodate the public, cither with day board or rooms, I hae hctldet a number of good rooms for rent. Kn.ire uatrnnaec in this line it respectfully AllbS IIKI.I.i: H. CAKI'ENTKK, solicited. 111 71- - NOT j Cahi-kstk- J COTTAGE FOR RENT! a PIECE OF OLD at the thing is new, 00B$ j And every thing has been selected with great care, the senior mem- nex'tVw'f'. mgVin,Ic5d"5cetofcit, ber's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with use next floor, now occupied by Mr. J 1' D.uls l'osciou tolir.t named Riven at any time and The patronage of persons with cash and latter on Nov lath MRS. i.OTTIF. HOI.MKS, It discrimination and profit. Dainillc, Ky li If those who pay promptly end of each six months is especially three-quarter- s "C & N0TIGE! desired. Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, I 111 111 J. P. I) wis leturued fnnn his lirst trip for the Maiiford I toller Mills uith 7(H) barrels of llour sold and an order for (xmiihIh If the mill appnives it. M vstkii-o- n I'kytov, Ivmj,, of Knox Mile, is attending Cintnlt Court. He has entirely recovurvd from his lato severe illtus and is looking better than be- lore. Mas. V. M MiAici who has been l"itinn at Mr. U. J. L'niwV, left for her home at I'leanant Hill, Mo. MIch Bettie Mi'Coriiiiiek, en route to Texas, her. :Vi,-IK- Tin: Cincinnati Southern will sell tickets to Cincinnati the --Mth, good until the 'Jiuh, fnutt Boyce More1 land Station at about cent a mile, and from Junction City on the U'.'ith, good til' --'7th, ut $'2.:V, and from other stations north coircpondingly low. The "Mb is when Democratic I My at the the Noble Old Itoman and other distin-'gashed men of that party will be there. It is exMi-teithat 100,(XH) tlemocratH will uiireh in iiroeession. Ah the Exposition eloses Satiinlay, this will he the last chnmv for those who have not seen the show to do so very ehe.iply. round-tri- p ' sCHURCH A. 11 AFFAIRS. 'I lie lanuers National lianl, located at Stanford, m Lincoln county, Ky,is now settling its .itlUIrs and therefore notice is hereby K" n to sill holding kaid Hank's notes or h:n ing Claims against suid Association to present them for pa) ment. (let 18, i6f8 JOHN II. OWSI.KY, Cashier. SEVERANCE & SON. 1 Kxpo-dtion- , 1 l ' Ix tiik Circuit Court Friday the eases of Drs. Bailey, Pettus, Peyton and .Jack-so- u ('raljrV. for giving prescriptions for certain .. drugs too lihunilly, were set for tho Ith I'viiKitwinit a niiii'ialty nl UwHlev t tiny of the term. As this is a novel pro( raiy'H. cedure tho outcome is looked for witli 1!eH Dave Klaus' love letter on our some interest. A similar ease against first Mip.. Dr. Ikirher was tiled away. The trial of N Kv lot of oven-oatjiiM leeeived at Uiik iniiian for the municr 01 Miigieton "i.oiKti, CITY AND VICINITY. Cloikn, Cloaks at OwMey 1 ... S. .1 fc I'riah Alhright, set for fornssiiilt on Mre.. loo Pollard, was Nkw line of (ilas.iand Ijiieenswato jiM quitted, (ieorge Baker for gainhling ueeived at A. A. Warren'n Model iro- was lined jfL'0; Willis and .lames Adams, liite, on n charge of hog stealing, were " residence at given one year each in the pen. and .las. il)(, t,a, ,.1,,,!, c.,ne(j t,c two hrothei-- Kood repair abundance ol fine water. 'I he tarn is Hi NTKits. liunx and ammunition Rood hurglarized ' f()r tllL, ,.0UnIt j.,.ar fenced and inn fine stale of cultivation. This well the lowest living priivn at Metealf .V Karris, the little negro who farm will be sold publicly on the above date if not the stores of McKohei ts it Stagg and oth- privately before. A bargain can be had in Ioster'w. At tR. sj,sti0n of Mr. S. S. Myeis sold farm. CKthis .1. ers, was given a like sentence. a delightful little song service was held Tfrjis. Half cash and balance in t andijcur, trade your ..Id u.aoh.no ut, a Chu.. A. W. Carpenter and J. 1. VmiHs nt tho M(.thoillsl orcan in ccualpa ments, with interest SHIUmy T I' Itll.l. an.lj. V. AI.COIIN, (l0lll ftirthcr service as)110ou price and get a) Sew Home at H. K.' wm,VJ,,.IIM-1(Stanford, K). Thcro Wtfe al)0Ut m j(mons fsj.td , Wearen's. pHit jurors. Horvey Helm, who is stu-- pros01u aw ;t pr0ved so thoroughly 011- of my dying law, was appointed an oxuimiier. j0ytti,i tmt i,y a uimiiiuioiis votv it wns To tiii: will he at Hiistonville The juries having heon dismissed till ,iLVided to hold another next Sunday deputies or mvseir Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watch:!0th', for the puipose of receiv- - j Monday, nothing ofimportanco wasdone ten,00I1 peihaps continue to hold Saluulay. with neatness them all winter. The Christian church As executor ol Daviil Spouiumnrc, ilcc'il, I will maker with many years' experience, all work done ing taxes. '1 D. Xewland.Sheiitr. Nothing of (onsoitience was done yes- - ws Ki.w.ti.,i for the next meeting. sell at his late residence, 3 miles Iroin Stanand dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the from Iluddcr.ir's .Mill, on ford and mile . It Ih said thnt Kentucky negroes aio tor,iay. save the trial of a few minor casflocking over to Indiana to help Harris- - os riio trial of Alex Smith for assault-o- n FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. SATURDAY, OCT. 27, 88, eye. carry the StaUvhut there will none jll(, Comlut'tor llfiiry Butler is set for fo lowing Personal 4 work A. T. Nunnelley sold to J. f Owsley '1 lie brood mures 5 cows--Property, calves other 1 this section without leing spotted. ,).. and 3 with .V) yenrliiiK steers at :tj cts. ' JjearlltiRs, ynlenseti, 10 fat hogs, 3 sows . fl and 17 sliote, 150 sliockscorn, lot of hay, wul'oii, ticketH A outnige was perpetra Tin: K. (.'. will sell round-triWe Imvo 75 Kood feeding cattle for fanning implements, elder mill ludsand bedding, (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) household and kitchen liirmtiire, lot of soup &c. to Cincinnati on the morning of the --Vith ted hy Lucius l'eikitm just over the Oar wile. U. A. Uickey and J. h. Bruce. At the same timt- nnd place C M. Sponnumore KAVOIU1K LINK 11KTWKI.N THE NOKTH AND SOUTH ut S'J.oO hoin Stanford iucludlng adniis - rard lino .Sunday. Klder J. U. hiving A. T. Nunnelley Hold to Win. T. will sell the following stockcom brood mare, - ,j0IK.H( kIoii to the Kxposltion. Tickets good to ston was on his way to a friend's to din LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCIKNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. 0f Jepsamine, 5(1 graded cattle at and calf, ta shorthorn yearling steers. Sale tncommence .it 10, A. M ner, after preaching at (inshon, when ho jJlm.O. leturn on tlie 7th. Sl'OONAMOUK. IN j i i HOURS. u..K..i, nriiner s jwiiii, ut met Vrk ns. who was armed with a, l.iXATU. John Pitviison was adjudg- cocked shot-guThrough Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. lt' " "wen county, ni iroinu 105.11 Perkins accosted him A New Liver;, Feed and Sale Stable! ed a lunatic hy tho Ciivuit Court Friday with an oath and continued to curse per heath THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. and ordered to the Lexington Asylum, to 1.!.., .v.vliiitii.i.uL'iiii ut the nieacher, In Montgomery county U'.sheUreen 'IIKTJCXA8SIIO.a, which institution he was taken the same w The only excuse ho iravo for old to John T. l'rewitt IL'Oshocksof corn I have purchased the bruk Stable on ,. i,.r.tn,, im.i at S1.40 oer harrel. day. Hisfather would not consent tol siDt, ituii iiisii inn winui.i iitiii sunt '! CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16, 1888. this action during his life, or he would puhlicly disgraced him, referring, it is! -C- ndervvood Bios, and J. S. hinhry long heforo. It is stated .i.....i. . .. vom.nii l.1..ir..!i..li..,ln..vin. have sold their hogs, averaging '2M Uw., Formerly occupied liy J K flruce, hit more rehave heen sent HEAD TJVP. "" have put the StaCarpenter. cently by John that his lunacy was caused hy falling on le of years ago, when ho inveighed to P. X. l'rewitt at li cts. TR'.UN SNl7R TJ II TRAIN S.TDTlI. am furnishing it with ble in thorough rep.ur and hogs at lecu 01 an Kinus, uran N o. 6. .Sales of oil head of his head from a loft and that prior to' L.m.v.is No. 4. No. 8. No. 3. No. I. No. 7. iiwt rJo, 3. STATIONS. No. i. D.ilv. that titno he was unite a hrfcht hoy. ()f mmJ :)1 nnothor lot at 5, and a jack for SHOO mU Daily. Daily. Daily. 0 thcr wiwH Jm,y Buggies, Daily Es.Sun.l Daily. Daily New Stock of First-Clas- s A'rv nothing personally against lVikins, hut "ro reportel in the Midway Clipper t;a mi 4 03 pm S 00 pin 7 53-a mi l.'ve .. .(.iniiimati .. , .. Ive 6 4 a 64J pm 10.15 a in 6 oop m Surreys, &c, Tiik tiaimrtl peoplo never tloni.ything ... William.town 30 a in 4 11 ni 513am .year- 9 5Jam 5 47 P m 9 35 I,m vkus- -I huvo 15good C.eorgelown... 7 un m 3 08 p m pm ml 410 a in pm l,v halves. When thev are or any per- - heingof that class, ilouhtless, ho took Ami am prepared to 'iccommodate .ill who m.iv 1059a ml 70J pm 1037 pm 10 7$ a m . a m 4 Ijjpml 7 00 a m 1 40 p Lexington. 3 4 oj old cattle, 1,100 pounds weight, orbetter, favor 7 35 30 p (live me n trial. iih with their patronage son or thing they make it known, anil the remarks to himself. Mr. Livingston is 30 440pm 810pm 7 10 mil 1. l.uit , Lull, s " n Ari 6 00 tint 7 10 pm 9 40 a in J N. MKNEKKK. to dispose of. W. I. Letcher, Paint 'vtf Lv 3 a 3 30 p m 5 jo a ni 8 37 pin it 48 a in 10 50a m!Ar lliirgm ' that right royally. Yesterday they decor- showed no nlaini at the man's cowardly Lick. Vrr1 1 So a in 3 17 pm1 3 43 m t 37 p nt Itiirgiu. 1131 pm 8 45 pin 11 01 a m ti 17 a in l.vv pic- action, in fact ho oll'ered to settlo tho couit-roowith dowel's and ated thu m Danville pm 3Sa m 11 jopm 8 o n u 16 n m .. a m .... Joshua Barton, of Bourbon, sold ."0 gCTTT 5 jo a matter in any way thn follow thought 45 Junction City nj it m 153.1111 530a in ii 00 ap m 15 pm 910pm ti 30a in tures of Clevehuiit, Thiiriiian and . ........... . uw mil j in 05 ,u i.e. .... ' 05 a in ou Shorthorn cattle at an average of $51.20, 300pm Richmond Oak.dalc whilo banners innumerable weru proper if he would give him a fair showI'lioioraplicr, 0 50 p in ...'. 7 j a I.. bCHI.KOEI., S" 1" ... 930 pin 5 15 am tj a in Wright A Howeston sold 10 will be III Stanford, the 4 os a 835.1111 640pm Ar'v Chattanooga. ..I.'vel o jo pm 755am... moo pm1 A warrant was sworn out against and Massie, hung gmceully awuiul. The ovation ing. ..,, 91011m 700pm lve Chattanooi;a,. ..Ar'v) stjpm 735.1111.., Tuesday. Octobor 2 and 30. at an average of $!!.K0. 145pm 447am... cop m, 949 p m Ar'v ...Altalla extended to our excellent representative Perkins yesterday and ho. will liko'ly pay Tuesday, November 13 and 27. IlirminRrum in 15 pm 300 imw . 45 p m L'vt The Kentuckian says that Christian 45 p in 3 4) a Tuscaloosa 01 a in 11 and 26. woithy of Ihn iitun and the cause, dearly for his outrageous act. Latkh. county produced a million bushels of Tuesday, December was !3ohm .....'iiijpin 415am Ar'v.. .Meriiliitn .. I.'vel iijamiooipm . ... 11 aspin! those days usiii); will inaki negatives Orleans., .l.'ve 900pm 33511 m mid showed that the democracy intends Perkins was taken to Lancaster, where wheat this year, of which single farmers And instantaneous processon I'ictiites can hy made Own in it oo a in Ar'v...New Ihi the Atv, Meridian Oopm. 5 10 a in I. ve. just as well on tloudy as on clear dnvs. I also to give the democratic ticket a majority ho waived an examination and was held made from 5,000 to Kl.OOO bushels. 6 top in 9 uo a m l.'ve. .. .Jackson. ...... Ar'v parties having Pictures to wish to mention thnt A big demon- to tho clre.uUcourtlnS'JOOandboundover 400pm .. 11 50 a in l.'ve.... VickiburK,... in thu coming election. will Davis, of Enlarge in Crovon, Water Color or Oil.home find ..1 10 05 a m .. Judgo DoIIaven nnd Maj. l.'ve Munro. in. itto their udvantJKi) to have itdonu at 6 00 was also on tho prograninio for to keep tho peace in tho eamo sum, both Ar'v....Shrcveport...'.......' stration 8 15 P strangers, us I call Oldham, bold 07 head of cattle which stead ol sending them ofTvtithgive last night. They are also going to huvo shamefully low. We learn that Perkins welched, after arriving in New York, copy them Just as cheap andof entire satisfacMann Itoudoir lluffet Sleeping Cars on all trains, 'thanking- tlm D. (J. EDWARDS, Oen'l Pass. Ag Friday night, I'd Nov. and has tried this game on two other men, 1,542 pounds ut $iU0. Tho shrinkage tion patronage, and people forLincoln county for JOHN C.C.AULT, (Jeneral Manaser, a big blow-oucontinuance of hoping their J. (JUINI.AN, (ien. Atlverti!n Aut R. CARROLL, (iener"al Superintemlent. of our democrats are going over to hut it Is hoped ho will not get oil so from the liuisvillo weight was !)0 lbs. to same, I am Very Hesnectfuily many J. I. hCIII.KUKI., Photographer. OcneralOmcei, St. Taut lluildlns, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. the head. lightly as heretofore. help them paint things red. II. Shanks'. was clo-e, e - ' ESTRAY NOTICE. tiibson will pi each at . m. next Sunday, McCormack's at Pineville has A churches under way, There diappeared from my farm on (ircen Rlv. work a Northern and a Southern Methodist, a it a few days ai;o 1 and white and one ofSteer.. Hull) are spotted red them has a white face. One car of each steer has .1 Baptist and a Catholic, s small piece cut out of it. Any information A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Bro. Barnes writes that he has had a t their recoery thankfully received. W II. Ir.KltV,.McKinney, Ky. splendid meeting at Williainstown and will leave for Mt. Sterling PLMII.IC SAI.KOF Itev. and Mrs. Ben Helm arrived O Saturdav and the protraeted meetinj;was SHORTHORN CATTLE ! inaujiiintted Sunday. There will he two Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by services daily in tho morning at 10:u0 Mesrs. (iranvilte Cecil and K M. Fisher, of Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s Bakery, Restaurant and Hii)lc county, will hold a joint sale of fashiouabl) and at night at 7. Mr. Helm is an ; California Fruit Store. brtd Shorthorn Cattle at the They will keep constantly on hand every est and foreihle sjeaker and niiieh trootl FAIR GROUNDS, DANVILLE, 0CT.23 '88, thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of is expeetetl to return iroin tne ineeiiii";. in session at lleginninKat t o clock, 1' .M Those dcsiniK Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. The Southern Synod can Veivjtilles adjourned to meet next Octo- catalosucs of theobtain them promptly by address above named at D.uiMlle, Kv. ing either Klilil will be Auctioneer. I'. C. ber in Henderson. It was resolved to raise $100,000 for Central I'niversity and Respectfully, R. ZIMMER, ! unvested the employment of Dr. iiuei- rant in addition to Dr. Kvaus and Killing Wholesale and Retail. We Hitler .1. II. Hopper, as evangelist at $:00 der on will tll nt public auction to the highest bida month. LE-S- E .t.;(Ur Martin Owens writes that he SATURDAY, OCT. 20, '88, THAT mi(1 jmtiR.r shaekleford d a nine On the premises u m.tin recently at Buckeye, FINE FARM OF 271 ACRES, j.-nstlcountv, with eight additions, tied Known asthe 'Clnlhowiu sjx jm,lti7.0,i. Tlie crowd was good, or-- liv Dr. K J lltetkinrulKe, K.irtn," formerly o Knob and situated on HA.VK Shelby City. A ,m.ot. I.lck pike about a miles from lU,r vory g00(t Al t10 rosi of on the farm and the nuthouses in - Kev. W NEW! NEW! NEW! lead-in- to-da- v. U SJLMM IE1H9 earn-xre- at C7-t- d FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE PUELICSALE OBSERVE t, w M'ROBERTSST AG G -- t .. A FUILIL ABMTMCIE!OT -- 'J A ,.,,,, uftcr-goo- d Wi;sr-Kxif.us.-H- no ,i PUBLIC SALE! 1 WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. j -' i ... 1 QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. 1 p iiioii-iianiik- o - , 1 1 , ' ci-tm- , ., ;i-t- ).-- n. ',,...,, 1 link- 1 Depot Street, Stanford, 11. 1 ItlCA-DDOAV- 278-poun- d .1 I ) j 111 J ' ' 1 11 11 111 v 111 m y, THIS OUT. .1 111 . ' 1 111 1 11 1 11c 1 11 3r.. , 1 111 111 111 1 .1 7 11 111 , . . ip 111 -- 111 11 , t A-- 11 f t? 4 tfib&if yfrtks. . V ,v '. J - tw g ' Wti- AiaA . 's - V. s eJ lyv m wyflgwyy.- 'yjw Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal JACOB AND ESAU. In II, 1888, Sermon Preached b' SP I ft. i Full in hntetl." (Concluded from last issue.) (2) In Esau the animal nature pre ltlhtS. dominated; in Jacob, tliospirltual. Which shall be yours? Will you be were nil of the field. The pursuit spiritual or animal a Jacob or an Esau, passion of the chase was an chosen or rejected, loved or hated? with liim. His hairy skin even seems to 2. Life is disciplinary to us all. As have indicated kinship to the brute creaGod dealt with Jacob, so ho deals with of tent life showed his tion. His dislike every one. If with true faith and resigutter repugnance to civilization. His cob forever. nation, we bow submissively to the diwillingness to barter off' his birthright, He starts back to the laud of Canaan. will and patiently bear the strokes though overcome with hunger, shown As he draws near, he learns that his vine of the divine rod, then nil the trials and his utter inappreciatiou of the spiritual brother, at the head of tOO.men, is comof life will minister untold blessI lmvo tested Its curative power, In my benefits it conveyed with it. "Thus Esau ing to meet him. Fear and dismay seize sorrows many times the past ing and benefit to our souls. Our light fninlly,years, ami liuoduring known It tlilrtv despised his birthright" is the historian's him. Flight is impossible. Resistance inner affliction, which is but for a moment, to lull. It will relievo the mast serious comment on the transaction. The mean- is vain. The utter annihilation of himwill work for us a far more exceeding nlfi'itlous In ot tlio throat and timers, ON children or adults." Mrs. ulietlicr ing is no' thus ho mmr to despise it be self and all his company and possessions weight of gloiy. U. G. Udgurly, Couucll DlulTs, Iowa. cause of having sold it, but thus lightly seems imminent, to whom bmui no go and eternal "Twenty years ago I was troubled The mallet and chisel of the divine had ho nlwnys esteemed it. And the for help? To whom cm he go? ToGml lungs. Do tow Sculptor will cut away the coarse and with a ilinrnso ot the. and consldutoJ only. alTordod mo no relief New Testament's word by which in my coau hopeless. I then began to uso At nightfall he rctircsfrdtnhls compa- earthly from us and set free the beautiof this act, lie is characterized, Acer's Cherry Pectoral, and, before I d angel that slumbers in ny and in the solitude and f silence of a ful, JLWtLQ had finished ono bottle, found relief. I is the word profane, that is, unspiritual, JA. O continued to lako this medicine, until a inapprcciativu of spiritual things. In soul alone with God, wrestles till break us. The chastening of the Lord, howevcure was effected. I Ixdleve that Ayer's IDiRTTQ-G-ISSc short, all his instincts, pleasures, pur- of day. His sins all rose up before him. er grievous now, will nevertheless afterCherry Pectoral ttaved my life." Samuel Griggs, Waukegan, ill. His life all passed in review. It has been wards yield the peaceable fruit of rightsuits and tastes were animal. " Six years ago I contracted a severe Jacob, on the other hand, shows the stained with sins; it has been spoiled by eousness. The sufferings of the present cold which settled on my lungs and DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, inspir- will be found unworthy to be even comstrong spiritual qualities that were in unworthy aspirations; it has been soon dovcloped all tlio alarming symptoms ot Consumption. I had a cough, ed by ambitions all too low; its very best pared with the glory that shall be revealhim at every turn. That wonderfully FANCY ARTICLES, &0. night sweats, bleeding of tho lungs, in us. vivid vision of the ladder, which he be- portions are beneath the dignity of an edThen murmur so pains In and not, nor rebel at the prostrated chest to be sides, and was my confined to as heir of the promises. As it is laid bare Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. held while on his way to Padan-Arafeeble burdens and the trials of life, for bel most of the time. After trying in which ho saw earth connected with in this searching introspection, its selvarious prescriptions, without benetlt, are odious. divine wisdom is sending them for your my physician finally determined to give Heaven, angels ascending and descend- fishness and benefit, and divine power will fulfill the ma Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I took It, ing, and heard God at the top speaking There must bo a revolution. His char nnd tlio effect was magical. I seemed guarantee, that all things shall THE LAMEST STOCK OF WATCHES, audibly in Ids ear, would have been im- acter must be taken down and rebuilt on together for good to them that love work to rally from tho first dose ot this the medicine, and, after using only three a new foundation. He must thoroughly I.o rd. possible to his brother. Had Esau fallen CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Itottles, am as well and sound as over." Rodney Johnson, Springfield, 111. asleep nnd dreamed, he would have seen purge himself of the errors and sins of Ever brought to thit market Price lower than visions of shapely and deer the past and put himself under the care the lowest Watches, Clock and Jewelry He. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral paired on short notke and warranted ranging over the plains, and would have and guidance of Jehovah, with holier beheld himself in hot pursuit, leveling purposes than he hail at Bethel. As he rnurAnRD iit them with skillfiil aim, in quick success-ui- , is thus racked with conflicting emotions, Dr. J. C. Acr li Co., Lowell, Matt. ho discerns a form at his side. Recogto the earth. . bo.u b . &c ..!... IKi. ,t, ill bOttltt, ti. Jacob wus a prayerful man, whosought nizing in the form n celestial messenger McKIXSrA, KV the counsel and guidance of God at all from the skies, ho lays hold upon him as To the Farmers of Lincoln and For I)ruK, Medicine, the fainout Sirup ol riirs times. There is, probably, no one qual- - Jenovairs representative witn eager aim and to eet vour preict inilon nromtnh and cor ' ity that better tests a man's spirituality tenacious grasp, and all night through Garrard Counties- rectly hiled at all noun, and to get nur Staple s Ta.A. insists nnd importunes for the blessing afthan prayfulness. Edom nnd Israel toilet Articiri, .v , K" t iiiuviiir mic t. panv l.nttl& Co.McKlnnrv l)r I A WIMIAM- terwards as nations showed exactly the lie craves. Though he wrestles in weakwhole wheat crop of iSJS, and will pay in cash the ill attend to our drug department, alto attend highest market price for it Do not iell without the Hani of the uk in tuwn or characteristics of the two boys, whence ness, lie will not be put oil with a refushrtt teeing Superintendent I'otli at the Mill or country ' they sprang. All through the later writ- al. He will not tnke "no" foran answer. r'OSrMt. inrunueriKncu I're Stanford Holler Milk Co CO., ings of the Old Testament scriptures, And so w hen morning breaks, his im&X these two names are used respectively portunate wrestling prevails and all he HUSTONVILLE, KY sis synonyms of animalism and spiritual- asks is given. I am AgeThe Fr Aic tii. m the butiitu and read) to Ji a r This was the most eventful night in ity. God's purpose being spiritual, He thin in the t ndrriatint; lin We hate a f LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. uchk ..fCmei and C i.keuol xlllindt and Ro1! LILV COAL, of rtery of necessity chose Jacob in preference to Jacob's life. It did more to revolution-- ' Our hnr, hi h it nea j new can be obtained nn thort nolue Mr J I ' .Esau. ize his character than nil the 20 years And will Lrep Lrcrn Im bu.inct and THE LARGEST AND FINEST in Stanford it corotantly on hindt in m) )rd j our ood tu han; "lourneeding anylhinzv illin,ho (3.) Esau's was a shallow nature, while past. How often, for nil of us, does God nc an 4 U Also Llmo, Sand and Hair. Jacob's was deeply rich. Like the seed crowd into the experiences of a few, HOTEL IN THE CITY. Cut me n Call sown in the stony grQUtid, in the para- hours, pnrF JOHN II UK. t. INS. impressions, agonies, nspimtions ble of our Savior, which grew up quickStanford. 6jf RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDly, but never came to anything worth fiom which we come forth new beings, V. while; so Euan's moral nature came to changed, elevated, enobled, transfigured ING TO ROOMS. To the Farmers of West Lincoln, maturity very early, showing at the start in life nnd character; beyond what even Casey and Elsewhere. THIS prensration.without Thu neer vanet. manel ol purity irisn it ntrcciw BATHS f.N HOI hi. every advantage over that of his brother, years and years gone by have been able itrengthpowderwhoIeomene A More economical Inturv Ntmnt,, s7A.le and Having been iuthorwi.il by Mr C I Y.itiArt than the ordinary ''nctiuev In T.Wr.Mnln-- i Plm. but een when full grown, revealing at to effect for us. Jacob is now no longer competition with theLinda, and cannot be old in dale, proprietor of Huslonville Roller Mill, as hit multitude of low tet, ihort agent fur the purchase of wheat in this section of ploa. Blacac-HoadSunburn and its best but the most imperfect fruitage. the Jacob of old, but an entirely new man, weight alum or phosphate powder Sold only la country, I call with confidence un my Id andtrlcd Tan. A few application trill render tho Royal IUking Ton o.k Co., Jacob's moral nature was the "good and to express this fact, his name is cans. friends of the farming public to see me before en toS Wall Street, New York. gagiug their crops elsewhere. Ilsvir beeli In most ttulibornly red kin tod, oiooth and ground" of the same parable, deep and changed from Jacob, the supplanter, to I am familiar with white. Viola Cream !i not a paint or the trade about twenty F1. HUPrMAX, STANFORD, KY., I feel warranted, therefore, in the thebusinest powder to corcr defects, but remedy to cure fertile, which while showing a slower Israel, the Prince of God. I will N able to facilitate the declaration that SURGEON DENTIST, nil It iiiK-riortnnd growth of the seed sown hi it, neverthe But not yet is the divine education of all transfer E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. ccrned ot your crop I the advantageGKUKNcon is guaranteed to elreother preparation!,drug- Stanford, Kbttvckv. natisfaction. At J II jj complete. Other sorrows and lessons less, wlien it Anally did come to maturigists or mail xl for B0 rent. Prepared br Office south tide Main, two door t above Depot St, IKO M. rOKINS R. S MAKTIN ty, brought forth a magnificent fruitage are in store for him ere his character Ac CO., O. IIhodhemj, KtMA,iU;. Hotel still maintains Thit old and reaches its final excellence and its full TOLXDO, OHIO. if 30, 00 and its high reputation, and its Proprietor is detcrmm. Albright .V Martin beg ta inform their ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in friends and customers of the change in firm man) t r Sale at Mc Roberts A tagg's, Stanford, Ky Tiae in my one hand I hold a grain of maturity. From his side God strikes nami the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attendown Rachel, the wife of his strongest corn, in the other I hold nn acorn. Side SURGEON tion to his Guests, llaggage convc)ed to and MARTIN & PERKINS, liy side in the eaith, at the same time, I love, while yet in the prime and vigor of from depot frre of charge Special accommodaSTANFORD, KY plant them. In two weeks the grain of life, and with breaking heart Jacob lays The new firm hopes not only to sustain the reputions to Commercial Travelers. Office on Lancatter Mreet, in room recently vatation qf the old, but intends to make nuny imcorn has sprouted nnd sent forth nliovi' her to rest in Bethlehem, and sets a pilprovements in the manufacture of tobacco which cated b) Dr. W. II I'coay Th Original . will be to the interest of our customers. We will the ground its tiny shoot. In three lar upon her grave to mark the sacred .C;v,s,n,mon, St Louis, Prop'r desote special attention to our Natural I.cal M. A. MmmoRiLlrer Medicine, Kst'J months it readies its fullest development spot. brands of Kentucky's best leaf. 1 hanking ou forpast fators and asking for a continuation 01 Again and again the chastening rod H. M'ROBERTS, M. D., and in six months is ready for the Il.eilin, Prop'r A. Q.MmmooiLI. Respectfully er Hegulator, Est'd by Zellln 186H. THE GEETS' FURNISHER, your trade, we remain, MARtInaI'KRKINS The acorn does not appear above descends. Simeon and Levi commit an AI, A. S. At. Ka. tnw . STANFORD, KY. cured Indioistio.x. IliLrni i... the ground till the next year. After ten act of outrageous cruelty upon theShech-emite513 4th St., Louisville. DtariMUICK HIADACIII.LOST which causes their father un- Office oil Lancaster Street, oppotlle years of slow and tedious giowtli it is ArrTIT, SofR &TOMACII. Htc. Gents' Furnish, The Haviu- removed to thit place to T II. Ilearni, Pastor M. K. . speakable torture. Reuben with shame- practice -hit profetaion, callt the from Llbvrtv, the ng linefashions of the day in the my but a slender sapling. In n century it is Adams, Tnn writes':"! attention of will always be found in store. I am llhlok snouiu nave pecn dead but ready tree, and only after the less effrontery, odds to their crime an- pub lie to the fact that he wtll betown at all hours agent tor the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the but a lor your Genuine M. A. Sim. or country. day or nightto antwercallt in raona Lis.r M.dlrln lapse of half a millennium does it be- other still more distressing to the father's Thirty rears, of his liter were spent In Stanford and best Laundry in the world. 11.... ornetlmef had to substitute WWaiM Worse than all, Joseph, tiie fa- he deems it unnecessary to speak ol his ability as come a greut towering giant of the for- heart. aph)siciin and surgeim A h.ire ot the patron "uin stutl" for your Medl clns, but It don't answer the est. vorite son of his old age, is sold into ageof the people ofstanford and ic nity isasked . DAVIS, b dim purpose." S. 5 tf Esau is the grain of corn Jacob the Egypt, represented to him as having acorn. , s MfmtiSI, T..- - ..... been torn in pieces by n wild beast. One PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, f C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Medicine, and have used half of it. There was little or no outcome in the after another the blows fall withstinging MT, VERNON, Tv V. It works fikt a charm. I want no e power upon the former; there was the most splendid aged patriarch. His better I.lver Kcirulator and cerWell Drillers & Pump Adjusters, tainly no mora of Zeilln'a mixture. I have purchased the lumber yards of Messrs. in the latter. Esau's character ri heart aches, his life is dark and sad, and Office neat door to Whitehead's Drug "More. K George D. Wearen and I M llruce pened into nothing gieat or grand; Jtv his burden seems creater than he can a big yard at the one purchased of and will open Special attention given to diseases of children Mr. Wearen. I will carry cob's grow into proportions so magnifi- - bear. With n wail of anguish, he cries Uetides lumber in rough and dretved, a large line of window sashes, doors and shingles, Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished at ceut that lie lias been one of the great out "All these things nre against me!" laths, posts and the picket fence formerly sold by factory prices jo S. G. HOCKKR MOVearen. i3.iyr heroes of nil succeeding ages. In the But it is only because he does not unroyal picture gallery of the 11th of He- derstand the divine purpose. Rightly ivery, geed and Sale gtable, I hae mocd GEO. A. ROSIER, brews, he looks down upon us viewed they are grandly and eternally one of the grandest of the worthies of ochltii. They are developing, purify- M"5T f jtV AND BROKER iMllM. CHICKEN the ancient times. His name has been ing, elevating and beautifying his char- To Lancaster street, opposite the Court Houst 40 & 41 Broadway and 51 New Street, on hand ready lor sale used to designate the tiue and faithful acter, and preparing him for entranco I also keep filotol I1RI W. F. UAMSKV. servants of God from the day he lived in into that "City which hath foundations, NEW YORK CITV. Cholera Cure ! Stanford, Ky he world until now. The elect saintsin whose builder nnd maker is God." And Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions and all lands and climes to this day nre when their work is done when the last Petroleum. "Israel of God." And in the blow is given and God has finished His ON MARGIN HOUGHT.SOLD W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. oxA to come, onoof the honors await- earthly education, what splendid results 35 61 ly P. S. Send for explanatory pamphlet LONDON, KY , ing the redeemed is to sit down witli has He achieved! What a grand Old Two miles South ot Stinford on N'eal'a Creek Ky. W.CHAIG. Good turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in the king- Patriarch lie is! What a saintly charac- Address me at Carlisle, on reasonable terms London Is the most convendom of Heaven. ient poinron the railroad to reach places In the ter lias he formed ! What a wealth of R. B. in the mountain section of the Stale, 10 Truly God's choice was wise. He in- splendid virtues adorn his aged brow j SUCCESSOR TO fallibly knew which bettersuited His pur- And ns he gathers his children about his MT. VERNON, KY. pose, which Mould make the better pro- bed to bestow his last blessing upon THE HATTER, and Hotel is (tilt maintain- M'MIOHAEL, Thisotd genitor of the new nation lie intended to each, how ripe for immortality and how ing Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe611 4TH AVENUE, found, nnd from which would flow forth ready for his glorious and everlasting re- cial attention to the traveling public. "afi M. P. NEWCOMB, Prop., ss LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. thcTbher and greater blessings to the ward ! Ml. Vernon, Ky, t Two lessons are here for all of us: Other nations of the earth. 1, Esau and Jacob are types of two op .Observe now how God takes Jacob, The Nobbiest & Most Stylish whips thujiaults out of him nnd unfolds posite characters and destinies, either of Stock of-Thousands of dollars worth of sill that was good in him. By severe dis- which is possible to every one. Theio is LONDON, KENTUCKY, chickens die every year from Choi-erunfoldcipline, by bitter experience, the .evil that in you, my brother, which if CAPT. FRANK IJJILEY, PROPRIETOR. It is more fatal to chickens than that was in him is eradicated, nnd the ed will make you an Esau; or there is all other diseases combined. But, the s Thoroughly Renotated and Refurnished. splendid possibilities of his being mo that in you, which if unfolded will make discovery of u rcmeay mat fositivtlv Fare and Reasonable Pricet. Day and night developed. He is driven from homo a you a Jacob. The animal and the spirit- Trains are met by Polite PottersJ'ol this Popular Ever brought to the city of Louisville, now open cures it has been made, and to be confleeing to 1'arian-Ara- ui Both are House. ual elements are in us all. solitary wanderer Including the vinced of its efficacy only requires a to escupo the murderous fury of his struggling for the the mastery. One or W. IHTCALF ;. 8. HAYS KNOX & JOHN trial, bottle is enough foi I. STETSON & CO'S. HATS the other must prevail. It is in harmobrother. one hundred chickens. It is METOALF & HAYS, Andatsomy own importation of English. Huts He engages to serve his uncle, Laban, ny with God's will and your best interIf, after using'two-third- s and Caps. An elegant line ot Canes and I.yon's of j of years, and his uncle prac- ests for the spiritual to rule the animal ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACT8. Celebrated Umbrellas LEXINGTQlr,KY. for a period a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly alwas ou hand. Fine tices on him the very same tricky, dis- nature. This is the way to nscend. Glosatisfied with it as a cure for Chicken I1ARBOURVILLK and PINEVILLE, KV. honest and ovei reaching tactics which ry, honor, immortality and eternal life Will practice In any court In Eastern Kentucky. SEAL SKIN SA0QUES, OAFS, Cholera, return it to the undersigned Jacob had previously practiced on Esau. await all who pursue this path. Those Examinations of land titles made a specialty. Any Gloves and other Kurs, a specialty. Orders outand your money will be refunded. lands for side of city solicited, perfect satisfaction guaranmineral Laban is a musterlinnd at the gnmo of who thus walk are now and ever shall site tracts of timber, coal and any point and Fnrstlebj- - McRoleris Stajrjr, Stanford. sale. Information furnished on teed. Dou't tall toordera NOUBV HAT. il tyr solicited. sharp and unscrupulous dealing. Jacob be "the Israel of God." But ho whosuf- tn-itcs Stanford Oct. By Rev. Geo. Darsie. Tk vr. Romans 0:1:1 "As it is written, Tncob iuivo I loved, but Ksnu have I serves him ecven years for a wife, and then Lalwnby an ingeniousartillro tricks him into taking the wrong girl. Seven years more he has to serve, in get the right oue. Twenty emyears iiffdl he continued in ploy, nnd during that time his wages had been arbitrarily and unjustly changed no less than ten times. But when the 20 years were ended Jacob's trickiness had been ell'ectually whipped outof him. Like is said to cure like, and the princi ple seems to hold good outside the province of medicine as well as inside. Jacob learns how it feels to bo made the victim of a sharper, and through the slyness of Laban God whips the slyness out of Ja conse-quenc- eo fers the animal instincts and propensities within him to dominate and subdue the spiritual, is doomed to eternal descent. The puthwayof beastliness and sensuality leads with straight and headlong precipitousness to moral ruin ami eternal death. Downward with ever accelerating elocity till he readies the bottomless abyss, must be the course and career of him who sows to the Ilesh and gives free leins to its passions and Oirij'. lui'ilii liii', Ayor's Cherry Poo tnr.il li l.i creator demand than ever, ivu pri'imrutlutt for Throat and Lung Troubles li bo prompt in Us I'fTects, so aruuablo to tlio tastn, uml so widely known a tills. It Is tlio family modi-cln- o in tlioiiMUiils of households. " I liavo HiinYrcil for ) cars from a bronchial tmulilo that, wliciim nr I tiilto cold or uiu xxpuiutl to Iticleiiiunt weittli-n- r, shows Itxulf by a trrjr nunovtng tickling si'imulon hi tlio throat ami by tllllluulty tu lintatlilug. I lmvo tried a great many iriunlltn, but nonu dors so woll ns Ayer's Cherry l'ectorul which nlwnvs i;lvt-- i prompt mliuf in returns ot my old comiilalnt." Krnost A. Ilcpler, Inspector of Public Itomls, I'arlshTer-r- u llouuu, La. 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