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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888102601 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. jyiiljpmJWyiBippjtii J I'lfW.. JHIWW iyP3PyJfPWjf; I1-- yiwiiiipwwpffwwpf Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26. 4888. GOD NO. 74 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. LANCASTER.GARRARD - 1 B D. KLASS. IS LOYK AND NOTHING ELSE MT. VERNON, COUNTY. 1'UA.IsUC. TIIIE LORD. LETTER FROM GEORGEO. BARNES Stanford, Ky., Oct., 1888. ptjstjlTj jisrnsroTJisroEniiEinsra?.- - Totl.c People of Lincoln ami Adjoining- Counties: fn thus taking the liberty of addreHsing you, T do .so merely to call your attention to a feu facts, which T feel certain can not fail to interest you, as it must interest those gifted with good judgment and common sense. As I have heretofore announced in the Ixtkrioi: Joukxal and otherwise my intention of abdicating my present business career as a mei 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, I can not hesitate in making this final announcement to those who have so liberally bestowed on me their patronage and with whom J have had dealings. J feel that I need no introduction to tell you who or what I am. Having been in your midst for a number of years, and having alwayg 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 I had determined to wind up my business and clo.c out my entire stock by January, 1880. without fail, I hereby Proclaim, Announce and I Declare (JkantCoi'Ntv, Kv. Oct. '20, 18KS. J Dkui l.STwiiiut: Referring again to Dr. Tnlmage's sermon of the 14th, It given me the heartache to ask the question, "Who is the Inlldel?" in connection with ono we nil "delight to honor," for this grand work he has done; hut "Heaven dertcended Truth" in too precious to tritle with; even wheu error comes endorsed by the greatest of modern One said, of old, by the Holy Ghost, "Though an angel from Heaven preach any other gospel, let him Ik; an athema;" and Mr. Talmage'H wings have not yet grown, however nngelic some of his utterances may be. And just because this awful travesty of the dear God's character will do most tnischief, coming from him, to whom nil men look up, I think I ought to be true enough to "One greater than" Talmage to protest ngninst it with trumpet tongue. Here, then, we nre brought face to face again with the old question does God damn people, or the devil ? If God does it at all, then the ferocious way in which Dr. Talmage represents Him as doing it, makes comparatively little ditrerence. Savage wonls cannot make "tire ami brimstone" hotter; though, even then, there is n marked ditrerence between Sir Matthew Hale and Jeffries. A judge who leratcs the wretch he is about to condemn to the scaffold, is not an edifying spectacle to amrels or men. But that is not the question here. WiLMAJi.srow.v, Your H. M. was on hand at the circus, dodging the flying bullits. A dead man was found Wednesday morning two miles north of Hazel Patch lying by the railroad track. No marks or other indications about his person threw any light on the cause of his death or as to who he was. Lieut. Luclen Young, of the l S. Navy, is here on a visit to his mother. On county court day Barbara Salter's adm'r. hold 7 shares of National Bank stock to Ben Swope for Jl.")0.2." per share. Fun S.VI.K. Desirable, Hew nnd at- tractive residence in Lancaster, Ky. For Wednesday nftemoon just after Rob- terms call on Mrs. George 1). Burdett on inson's circus opened John Proctor start- the premises, or address John W. Miller, 'Jt ed to enter the show with a blue ribbon, Lancaster, Ky. The News publishes this week a letn marshal's badge, attached to his coat lappel. The door keeper asked Mar- ter from George Burdett, written at Omashal Parker if Proctor was a deputy, and ha. As George wrote it, it is needless to say the letter is a good one. on Parker's auswering in the negative, The court of claims met this week Proctor called him a liar. An altercaand made the usual allowance to all the tion ensued, when other deputy marshals came up ami attempted to nrrest county oflicials, except the county school superintendent, whose salary was inProctor. Knives and pistols were drawn creased to $500. nnd the tiring began. Marshal Parker The largest crowd that we have had was fatally cut in the right side; John at a politicnl gathering for wjveral years Brewer was shot in the head; James was on hand to hear Hon. James B. Jones, sheriir elect, was shot under the and Hon. R. L. Ewell speak last right arm, the ball lodged behind the Monday. The crowd was about equally shoulder blade and was cut out later; Win. Wnllen, another marshal, in at- divided, politically, and listened with tempting to nrrest Proctor, received a close attention nnd treated both speakterrible slash on his right hand. Proc- ers with marked respect throughout the discussion. The visible result is that in tor was placed under nrrest. John Parkfew days since tho meeting there has er, a brother of William, the wounded the been more work done than in all the wns cut almost to death by marshal, time previous since the campaign openProctor three months since. ed. About the usual number of lies have been told about the spenking. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Mc-Crea- ry Dr. B. T. Wood, of Adair, married Mrs. Dr. Coombs, of Horse Cave, Ky., Miss Nannie Armstrong, of Boyle, yester- says: "My chickens had gapes, cholera day. and were thriftless before I began using W. H. Todd was united in marriage Ganter's magic chicken cholera cure; to Miss Mary S. Smith, at Mvram Luce's since then they have no gapes or choleyesterday. ra. Their plumage is fine, and they proJ. C. Singleton and Miss Sarah A. duce nn abundance of eggs." For sale Gooch were married at I). S. Claunch's by McRoberts fc Stngg. That to enable me to do so and not to delay it any longer, entire stock of will offer to the public my Clothing, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, SIIOIOS, Hats, Caps and Furnishing Goods, Tn such BARGAIN'S and at such prices that ! WILL OPEN YOUR EYES IN ASTONISHMENT -- THAT- WILL CAUSE YOUR HAIR -- TO make- - STAND ON THE END ! enemy hath done this" is written in uel. I am Agcit For. The L. M. Elam, a youth of 20, was mar(laming characters over the "Inke of fire COAL, ana brimstone; and our bod never ried yesterday to Miss Mary Davis, stands in other relationship to that world daughter of W. C. Spratt, and of the And will keep it contUntly nn hands in my yard in Stanford. of woe than that occupied by the lov- same age of her liege lord. The discussion of the question: "Is Also Llmo, Sand Hair. ing Jesus as He wept over Jerusalem. A Give mt a Call. "house" or heart "left desolate" pierces marriage a failure?" so agitated the mind JOHN II. JUGGINS, Htm with keenest sorrow. The oppo- of Windham Stone, of Manchester, Eng,, 6yl( Stanford. that he committed suicide on the eve of site dogma heartlessly pronounces the sentence I have quoted with disapproval his wedding. THE FLORENCE from Dr. Talmago's last Sunday's ser IN MEMORIAM. mon; once nerved Calvin as he burned After a protracted illness, our dear sisServetus; and rilled, in olden time the I have bought the right to sell the Florence ter, Susan Traylor, wife of Alexander dungeons of the Inquisition with most Waihing Machine and am now Traylor, passed away on the 7th of Octo- all who may with to save their prepared to furnish clothes from the miserable victims. rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of That it betrays such good men into ber, 18SS. She had not seen a well day washing. Take one and try it and be convinced. about buying unlets you are fulI'll not worry unjustifiable nets is proof positive that it in 1!) long years, yet struggled hard to ly satisfied a. youits merits. to get well; wanted to live for the good of The undersigned have purchased the Florence cannot be true. Xo "good tree" can Washing machine and a thorough trial, we her family, but was ready to say, "Not take pleasure in adding aftertestimony to its worth, bring forth bucIi "evil fruit." our and without hesitation pronounce it a success in my will but Thine be done." "Either make the tree good and its Mrs. Traylor was the mother of S chil- every particular, doing all that is claimed for it: Wm. Daughcrty, J W. Wallace, Dr. llourne, fruit good, or the tree corrupt and its MrsS. I' Salter. A. C. Sine, Hill Perkins, Lewis fruit corrupt," said the Master. "A foun- dren.") boys nnd ." girls, nil of whom she Dudderar, J, K. Lynn, L. L, Dawson, C. Vanoy, tain sends not forth from the same place has left behind as a tribute to her mem- Mrs, Amanda Peak, George Peyton, Alex Holts-cla- Why till you cough when Shi oh'a Cure will For fancy turnouts, drummers' turnI)ruw flu finru licul rlnmn n tnnn nr nil' gie immediate relief? Price ioc, 50c and $1.00 Co is the point to be settled. Dr. Talmage outs or any tiling in this line, call on McKobcrts&Stagg, Stanford, Ky Crow Mc Kinney, Ky.; E. V. Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky thinks He does. I deny it ix toto; and Walker fc Doty, Lancaster, Ky. Miss Mattie, daughter of" Col. Will I ntn sure Scripture bears me out. DamS. Hays, of the Courier-Journa- l, was nation I do not deny; but it is the work of n fiend, who knows no mercy. "An married Wednesday to Dr. F. W. Sam- yesterday. tfl i NEW COA.L YARD. SUPERIOR LILY and WASHING iMACHINE That will Competitor Throw up th.ir Hands in Holy Horror I That will induce the thiol and tramp to renounce their profession, and come to me to buy. This sale will make "free trade" afford you all ample "protection" and induce the miser to "reform" by wearing good clothe. I am determined to make this SLAUGHTER AND MASSACRE Of prices sale RED LETTER DHY a IE THE HISTORY OF LIKCOLK COUHTYl please and delight everybody. "With a determination that knows no falter, a resolution that knows no hesitancy, I will positively and certainly during the month of December A sale that will tickle the old, gratify the young and St th Ball Rolling1 and thn Look Out for a Clean Swoop I "STOHR To continue until every article is sold; but not longer than January. DON'T STAND WITH MOUTH WIDE OPEN ! sweet water and bitter," said St. Jamos by the Holy Ghost. A God Who damn is a "tree of the knowledge of good and evil," whose mxm shade destroys all who seek its shelter; a garment of mixed "woolen and linen," deadly as the poisoned shirt of "an ox and ass yoked together," producing confmion and perplexity; and a "vineyard" sowed with "diverseseeds," whose fruit is "apples of Sodom and grapes of Gomorrah." "Wo to them who call evil good; dark-nelight; and put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter." Our meeting at Willininstown has been a perfect success. The dear people have been so kind to us, and no earthly or titanic power can rob many of the blessedness of knowing at last that God is Love and Nothing Else. For all of which wo praise the Ixiim most fervently. Wo leave for Mt. Sterling next Tuesday, God willing; beginning there Wed nesday night. Tuesday night wenrethe guests of our dear friends nnd children in the Faith, the Misses Mamie and Frenchie Bright, of Winchester. Tho latter has been with us since Wednes day and went home this (Saturday morning. Geo. O. B.iink. Ever in Jesus. iji Xes-bu- s; ts ory. Early in life she connected herself with the Baptist church, but laboring under a change of conviction several years ago, she united with the Christian church at Hush Branch, since which time the has been n faithful and consistent member. Her, mission on earth is ended; her work is done and sho has been called to her home beyond the skies. She was one among the kindest women I ever know, nnd her inemory will linger in the hearts of all who knew her, like n benediction. She was handsome in person, refined in manners, pure in sentiment and a prayerful christian. She was a kind, obliging neighbor, an affectionate wife and a devoted mother. A loving wife's chair is vacant, n mother's tender counsel is heard no more, a christian's work is ended. May her husband and children, when called upon to take their departure to the dark and chilly regions of the tomb, go home with tho same assurance of an eternal reward, as did this pure and goodly woman. Let your sad hearts bo comforted by tho thought that now her days of dreary pain and suffering are over, her poor head will ache no more, nnd in the blissful presence of that Savior she loved so well she Is waiting to welcome the dear ones lingering here. Poor pain racked body, rest; Ket in thiSSat lor't love, Upon thy Sas iOr's Io ng breast, In that bright home abene. C. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Kaines, K. E. Marrow, A. M. Keland and many others. M.K. ELKIN. Headquarters at S. S Myers' store. 5T wW ples, Tan. tfT ssssa cxiom LTranisJ? (V"a icuw- r I WI0LACREAM k -- 'PUIS preparation, without Injury,removes Freck- Pimiea, Liver-Mole- s, a, Black-Hoad- will render the most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and white. Viola Oroam is not a paint or powder to cover defects, but a remedy to cure. It is superior to all other preparations, and is guaranteed to givo satisfaction. At druggists or mailed for 60 cents. Prepared by O. TOLEDO, OHIO. & For Sale at Mcltoberts .V Stagg'., Stanford, Ky. A few applications Sunburn and G. BITTNEB CO., NOTICE ! TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. In amazement ! Don't ask "How can he ailbrd to do it V" Don't consult other merchants who want their profits, but throw oft your lethargy, and bring Uncles, Aunts, Neighbors and Friends to me and then convince yourself that all I have told you heretofore was true; so now this unprecedented sale, although beyond belief, is equally true and bona fide. There arc no Hies on me, and I have not permitted the grass to grow under my feet; and being determined to wind up my business here, T will give you the benefit.o'f such BARGAXXTS that will intoxicate you with delight and actually compel you to purchase. My stock is all new and desirable and will prove exactly as represented. In closing this announcement, I wish to thank the people who have so generfl ously bestowed on me their confidence and patronage in the past, and with their social connections heretofore enjoyed by me I regret severing my union with I am very respectfully, them in the future. friend-shiirtit- Syrup of Figt I Nature's own true laxative. It is the moit easily taken, and the moat effective remedy known to Cleanse tho System when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Headaches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habitual Constipation, Indigestion, Files, etc. Manufactured only by tho California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill fin the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal in quality of flour, we think the cituens ol the county should have county pride enough to patronire and sustain the same, we wish to whom it may concern that we are in the market to buy your wheat and corn and will always give the highest market price for same. We have added some new machinery to our corn meal department and can now make meat to suit any person. It cannot be equalled by any other mill We solicit a trial in our flour and in this vicinity meal departmeut. All naving grain in our line for sale will plrase ciil at the Mill, where our agent will be found at all time, who will give the best prices for tine, llran and lilntuflT always in stock. V. POTTS, Stipt., Stanford Roller Mill Co 151 If. I). "'On-iij-s ', D. KLAS H. Thayer, of Ilourbon, The Rev. Ind. s s says: "ltolh myself and wife owe oui lues to Sliiloli's Catarrh Keruedy, a positive cure for Shiloh's Consumption Cur). McKolcru ,t Stags Catarrh, Dyphtheriaand Canker-MoutMcllob Stanford, Ky.; Crow A Co., McKlnney, Ky.; K, ens A-- Stagg, Stanford, Ky. ; Crow & Co., McKlnW. Jones Crab Orchard, Ky. ney, Ky.; K. W.Joues, Crab Orchard, Ky. Kkkpixo Aiti.es. Last year I gathered a lot of dry maple, leaves, put a few in the bottom of barrels,- then a layer of apples, and then n layer of leaves, and so on until the barrels were full. I then covered them with lenves nnd they kept, nicely. I sold them in the spring for $'r0 per barrel, which I could get but Bringing QUdnesi $1 for in the fall. I sold some in May to To millions, pleasing their palates and n dealer and he came and helped pick cleansingtheir systems, arousing their Liv- them over. He said ho never saw apers, Eidnoys, Stomachs, and Bowols to a ples keep so well in 'his life. Some of healthy activity. Such is the mission of the barrels didn't have a dozen specked tho famous California liquid fruit remedy, apples. I shall try the same method Syrup of Figs. this year. Wc4 hail good, sound fruit For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. until apples were ripe again tho following July. Green's Fruit Grower. Geo, - &m4 COMPANY CREAM vfc,. -- MM&- ISeE fCv .41 LEXINGTON.KY. -- !. , ' 1 V- - Ti If- - J TLT ' ! Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Stanfohd, Ky., Ocroufiit 2t. W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Thk supremo oohrt of Ohio 1ms nllirm-c- d the decision of the lower court sentencing Mrs. Garrett to die Jnnunry 24 for a most heinous murder. It is two 1888 to one, though, thnt she. will not ho hull!. The prevailing sentiment thnt women should not suffer death in that manner will no doubt succeed in securing her nt least a commutation of the sentence to life imprisonment. A woman mean enough to murder her two i wenk-iniiulestcp-uaugiite- GROVER CLEVELAND, Of Nov York. t, mm utirn Kor ALLEN G. THURMAN, Of Ohio. - them bcfoic the life had Imnlly lefttlieir bodies is as lit subject for the gallows as man who would do such h deed. The Lebanon Standard, the Owensbo-rMessenger anil other papers unite o ; i r. k. t m 11 of by Hovey in the recent Indianapolis con- over been deprived Mr. his or her vetoes executive action. Cleveland's vention, is out for Cleveland. havo been directed not at those who wero Four negroes are said to hac been entitled to relief, but nt tho cormorants, WITH SUPPLEMENT. murdered within the past 10 days near adventurers and hypocrites who, under cover of patriotism, attmpt to swindle the Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tho throats of all four government and despoil honest pension' 15 knife wounds era. If there Is any ground on which the were cut nnd there were on tho hotly of two. Colored people in present administration can challenge criticism In preference to another It is the recthnt vicinity are badly frightened. ord on pensions. During little mor than The Chicago anarchists are propar three years in ottico President Cleveland PatcriiM Sizes. ing to celebrate the' anniversary of the has signed more pension bills than wero ocrats. The protected interests know signed Tub Boston Globe figures thq electoral hanging of tho "dve martyrs," as they j .Action "of ills predecessors, and that to carry it is their only salvation, J ltl), nroved by all of them put together. Tc for on tho swearing in of Allen G.Thur-- ! vote at 2U) for Cleveland nnd 182 for term those who wero hung Nov. Harrison. In this calculation it gives last. A good wav to celebrate it would "Is untiring Industry and faithful do , tne .enaie wii1 man, tneir old stanu-uyvotlou to duty are attributable tho dotoc have passed into democratic control, and New York, New Jersey, Connecticut b to hang n few more of the tlou and exposure of tho fraudulent claim ants whose appeals for relief havo been with a democratic House the Mills hill and Indiana to the democrats, who could flau titers. At Owensboro John Dye made a rejected. Because Mr. Cleveland carried will become a law without further ado. win oven without Indiana alone or New Into tho presidency tho conscientious reo All the weak districts will be plastered Jersey nnd Connecticut together. The foke nt the extHm-- of his friend, Win. gard for bU official obligations that dls over with money and thutnrgument will paper gives California to the republi- Davis. The two got into a supposed tinguished him in tho governorship of the alempire state he has stood steadfast as be used for all it is worth. Tho repub- cans, but the democrats have more than friendly scntlle over the matter, and most lieforo Dye knew what was going tho uncompromising fooof pension thieves a lighting chance to carry it. licans claim that they will gain one thieves alike. It Is by and all on, Davis had chewed one of his ears off reason of other member in Kentucky, giving them four, Mr. Cleveland's rugged honestv Ch.uk.maN Jkwitt, of the Indiana Ex- close to his heed. and resoluto courago and of Mr Blaine's but if the democrats are alive to their ecutive Committee, says, after a thorough Over 800 of the men who weie in the lack of these qualities that tho former is duty, they will lose at least two, instead poll of the vote of the State, that it is war of 1812 are on the pension roll. The IntheWlilto House and the latter Is on rp of gaining one. The importance of every dead sure to go uemocrnuc y n majority war ended 7r years ago and 0,000 men tie partisan stump Tho American people with unerring Instinct havo not fulled to manifest to need democrat voting is too that can neither bo bought, bullied or argument and the iuiiortnnee of return- stolen from us. The signs of the times were reeogniized as taking pensionable mark tho difference between the upright part in it. A Boston man calculated public servant and the brilliant but uning Gov. McCreary to the halls of all point to Cleveland getting there in that on n like ratio the veterans of IStil scrupulous demagogue. Brooklyn Eagle. where, ha has served his county great shape. Kor all of which we give who survive to l!t.!S will Imj Iti.ilOO in The Cnmllitutr on Labor. nnd his district S3 well, is too apparent earnest nnd unceasing thanks. number. The Indianapolis Journal bas taken a to require more tnan the mere suggestnew tack In tho controversy over the -S- ome of the Knstern manufacturers ion. His deft-i-t would be a national calCoi.. Swopk is not ucquitting himself whether Mr Harrison ever said furnWied by question dollar a -' we do not believe he is in debate with theSilver-Tongueamity, and while Brock" that a a day wns enough for a hav- - worklngntan. Now "that a reputable citiin any danger or it, we would urge every inridge as his Lincoln county admirers tl,e republican national committee, democrat to go to the polls and not de- would wish. He is evident! v at a disad- ,n I,rite,, thereon a covert intimation zen offers to swear to the truth of tho story The sert the party at the time it is neatly in vantage, and for tho sake of his native ihiXl vot iw t,,l democratic ticket will proposition Journal modifies Its original and announces Its willingness rpm,,t in ,l reduction of wages by the iv- position to do the greatist good to the county, we join his other friends here in to give a reward of S'J.OOO, provided a Democratic judgo and a Democratic Jury, greatest number, by reducing the bur- asking him to take tho sore throat again Pdienn manufacturers. following -'- lh mlni' wlt-1" had n de- - decide that tho usual legal Ismethods, will dens of unnecessary taxation. till the end of the canvass. tho accusation proved. pressing effect nt Decatur, where there Perhaps The Journal hus been reading Kkki always in mind thnt n tariff is a re-- 1 have been several new cities of yellow Tho New York Tribune Not long ago u Tin: Louisville Commercial, having tax which you pay every time you buy turned body and soul unto the repuhli- - fever and one death since last report. At western Democrat offered to forfeit n protected article. This tax, which is can camp, is putting in its best licks for Jacksonville Wednesday there were ;11 f 10,000 if three Republlrr.u judges of annually piling up millions of surplus in Ilummy Wilson and the republican new can's and 4 deaths. Total number of President court of Wisconsin would dcclat Cleveland's message a frco trr.il the National treasury, tho democrats ticket. Some of its cartoons of Hnlde- - cases to date '.,X; total number deaths document. The Tribune grow savagely will reduce, if given the chance, and so man, Wntterson, Johnson and Curuth to date 3:S7. sarcastic over tho sug 's.on. It culled tho western Icmocrat arrange it that the luxuries of life and ' are like the show which an old fellow In their desperate effort to capture a It said that everyboJy n humbug, because uuet know not the necessities shnll bear the heavi- -' described us being so d d mean it was jKjrtion of the labor vote, the republican iudcxvonld dra-- his posit Ion Into thut no KSlTTTJCK-y- . politics est burden. The republicans, on the! really good. managers are stopping at nothing, not In the way proposed. Perhaps Tho Jourother hand, would keep up a war tarill even at forgery. Their latest forgery or nal, taking u hint from Its Now York Tin: Iouisville Times heads it list of fraud is in the shape of a false ksue of leader adopted a plan that It thought in times of peace and give the people would lie eafo. free whisky in the place of free clothing marriages "The Tie that Hinds," but the Indianapolis Itbor Signal, which is Meanwhile It may b of interest to re from the recent record of 1.1 di- - hi'ini' ilistrilinUil not onlv in Indiana. produce tho atlldav'it which has called out nnd other necessaries. It should not judging . . r tho latest signs of activity from Sir. Hartake a sensible man long to deride be- vorces granted in Hint city in one nay, it in t,H, .8ter stilU.H to fact tween them. That decision is bound to does not bind very tightly. -- The W.C.T. I'.Convention resolved rison's organ, mid tho mention the man that tho threat of Republican be in favor of the democrats, and when after a livelv debate to adhere to the agcrs to arrest tho signer lor perjury has NEWS CONDENSED. not yet been fultilled: it is made be sure and emph.isi. it by cause of the prohibition party chninpion-efc'TATi. of Imji:;, ) your vote on the 0th of November. by Miss Willard, and refused to allow John challer murdered his wife Mauion Col'ntv. j S8, First-Clas- s. protest against this acand committed suicide at Cincinnati. tho reading of a John O. Schwartz, bein:; duly sworn, In the coming election you vote by tion from Iowa Association led by Mrs. testifies, under oath, that ho wus emThe Richmond Terminal paid ballot in the Congressional lace. Tlu for the Georgia Central Railroad. J. Kllen Foster, a pronounced republi- ployed by theClcvclaud.Colunibus.Cincin-nat- l nnd Indianapolis railway la July, lb"7; ballot mtKt be wtitten or printed on a! presiThe city treasurer of Cleveland, O., can. Miss Willard was that ho went ou a striko on the day that small slip of white paper and contain tho striko took rlace, on or about July 10, has skipped with $300,000 of the people's dent. the candidate's name without other disMrs. James (i. Blaine, Jr., will, it 1(j77, for nu Increase of wages, that he monev. tinguishing marks. Kor instance, the was present at tho conference meeting A New Orleans woman has present- is said, bring suit through Col. Ingersoll, in the old council chamber, held durballots for our nominee are printed, against .las. ing tho period that said striko lasted, ed her husband with four little respon- Gen. I'ryornnd Gen. Mnhon James B. McCieary, and this name alone G. Blaine, Sr., and wife, for $100,000 where Benjamin Harrison, Albert O. sibilities inside of 12 mouths. is all that can be put on it. Should two Porter and other The peopleof Vanceburg are discuss- damages for alienating the affections of spokowlth reference promlneut citizens to tho strike. That ballots be folded .together neither will ing dithe singular fact that the last 03 ba- her husband. She will not sue for ho heard Benjamin Harribousny that they be counted, and if your name or anyall girls. vorce, as she is a Catholic, and divorce (tho strikers) wero lawbreakers, and as thing elso is written or printed on it it bies born in that town are Mich wero not entitled to any sympatuv John Williamson, of Owensboro, is not tolerated by the Church. will not bo counted. Kor presidential whatever from tho public; that tho salil Mr. William M. Fields, Sr., one of blew into the inuz.le of u gun to see Harrison (now a presidential electors the good and honest old viva of Dan- candidate) further said that tho men ohlest and best known citizens whether it was loaded or not. It was. voice methods will prevail. to their work; that tho In the burning of the Vandalia ville, died at tho residence of his son, otfrhl to could not afford to pay higher freight house at Hast St. Louis there was Wm. M. Fields, Jr., in Fayette county, railroadsthat tho wages Tjik prohibitionists, that is to say those wages, wero enough, nnd j . who love prohibition for temperance Bake, melted into one mass $ll,000 worth of pig Monday. The remains were brought tnat ftl ncr dnv was onniicli fur nnv here for interment. Mr. Fields was about Ingram, that ho himself could live on that will bo delighted at the decision handed lead. And that Benjamin Ilorrison There were 414 deaths in our army 78 years of age, and, if we mistake not, amount down by Justice Ijimiir, of the U. S. .Sof 2:,841 men during the year, the high was born and reared in Danville. For a ifiTtJK Sumy3' actons, Backboards, Eoad Carts and Spring Wagons, upreme Court. The case was appealed jki(.(iomwiTTiwt .; . L..U ... ...... lnto ht.rvlco any- u,0 mcn fo;x.u(i to return ' est uentli rate ot anv other army. Have nt iiiiiniwiH w. iirm uuiii.iui from Iowa and by n distiller whose busithe best assortment we have ever had, embracing over leading merco its of this place and sub- - to work. John O. Sciiwaktz. ness was condemned as a nuisance, ho the British and Italian. Subscribed end awetn to before me this Advocate. The Central Ijtbor Union, of Indi- Rcquently a claimed thnt the Iowa prohibitory stat23th day of September. Ib88. ana, has expelled Armstrong Assembly Josu T. Fanning, Notary Public. ute was in violation of the 8th article of CHURCH AFFAIRS. Ran rrauctsco examiner. The decision for taking tin active part in the campaign the Federal Constitution. Different styles and prices. Our stock consists larcrely of the better denies this and makes it clear that a in behalf of (ion. Harrison. Rev. F. I). Hale is holding n successA Simple Arraiigemmt. Richatd Crpker, head of the Tam- ful revival at Georgetown. Stute cun absolutely prohibit the manuCaiier- -f wish to see tho lady of the gracies, ana mciuaes some oi tne very oest vehicles made for the s many organization, says that Cleveland facture and sale of liquors within its Klder J. G. Livingston will begin a linuso. trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. Bridget Yls, sor; Oi'm her. without violating any principle of will carry New City by 1(0,000, nnd he protracted meeting a Iloldnin's Mill "Aro you tho head of tho house?" would not be surprised to see it 03,000. that Constitution night. You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. "Yls, sor." A dispatch from Somerset says: A Kvnngelist Moody is devoting his . "Um cr you aro a servant here, aro A couple of domestics, Maggie Galvin recent poll of this county shows that bors to the J'acille coast. He finds San you not!" and Maggio Lloyd, at Greensburg, I'a., with a full vote we can cut down "Yls, sor, but Oi'm tho boss all the Francisco a hard place to impress. samo, sor. Ycz seo It's thin way. Tho agreed to end their sorrows over the fact MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. nmjority of two years ago to Elders G. W. Yancey and R. A. Hop- master nominates his wife fur tho leddy that they had no good clothes, in sui- :wo. per will begin a protruded meeting nt of tho house, but sho puts mo in the cide. Miss Lloyd stood to her patt of At Owensboro, Beriah Spun in Junction City nextSundny nt 11 o'clock. kitchen ter run tho houtc. It's lolko the compact and went hence, but the polytlcs. sor. She's Harrisc', his family :!2 years ago, and now, Some prohibitionists, on learning Blaine." Philadelphia Record. but Oi'm (iilvin girl weakened and lived to tell considerably past the 1th hour, he retheir pastor would not suppoit their the tale. After studying over the mat- turns to receive the forgiveness he does that ticket, called on him nnd put the stock No Muiu Sertloiiullnm. ter she has arrived at the conclusion that not deserve. Every one who earnestly tleslrc3 to keo (jttestion: "Don't you intend to vote as even thin nnd shabby clothes here is beta united country, and who dcnloics tho Dr. J. W. Parker, of Somerset, was you he answered, P3BMMP ter than going to that bourno where even thrown from his horse Tuesday evening I'm pray?" "Yes," foolish praying "but! means i.o often iesorted to hi order to rethis vive sectional strife, msy tako courage not doing nny east iron clothes couhl not withstand the while returning from a professional call, year.' from tho visit of tho Philadelphia Brigudo heat, were they brought into use. and so seriously injured thnt his life is1 Rev. Ren Helm is preaching two ex- association to Virginia, and tho hearty welcome been extended to It's despaired of, cellent sermons a day at the Presbyteri- members which has men who Piiof. J.S. Rkih'EUT, of nockcastle, who by bravo once encounyyn. Washington, colored, was an church and has succeeded in wnrin-hi- tered them in tho shock of battlo. The Jias made mo innn iuesuuu u siuuy mr hanged at Columbia, Texas, in tho presthe membership up to gienterealin harmonious shouts that raug yesterday years, contributes an excellent article on ence of .'i,000 people. He was charged the cause, but ns yet there havo been through Fredericksburg aro so many us-- I "Protective Tariff Based on Ignorance," with outraging and murdering surauees that tho days unci bitter-it white no accessions. The services will contin- - ness between north andof hato have passed south whirh will be found on the third pago of woman, and confessed. ue till further notice. away forever. Philadelphia Record. the supplement to this itsue. Jim Arvin, n Danville negro, was ar Let's All Accept It. lie Did Nut Want to Know It. Ok tho 15 daily papers in Tew York rested near Ilarrodsburg for putting a Is it jxisslblo thut Mr. Illalno doesn't To the Kditor Interior Journal ) City, printed In the Knglish language, 11 telegraph polo across tho track of tho"! know that Secretary John Sherman had support Cleveland, while Harrison bus a Louisville outi.ern to wreck-- a train, lie- An illvJtntion Is herein- - extended thro' moro public money deposited In a alnglo if four. Tho voto in the city will cause the conductor hacLptit him oil' tho y0lI j tMo democracy of Lincoln county national batik In New York, when he was beggarly " ' ilaybefoie. lie about in tho same proportion? to attend a lmiukI democratic rnllv and at tho head of tho treasury, than Secre-l- lio Louisville I'osl, winch is sup- - torchlight procession at Lancaster on tho tary Falrchlld now has deposited in all tho national banks in tho country? BosA jiktaii. of o0 members of tho State porting Cnrutlt right jlong, says, "Tho M,t 0f November 2d. A good "Glee ton Herald. Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select lino of Furniture 'Guard has been ordered to Perry county republicans are making n terrible noise (;iT,' httd Rrass Rand will bo in attend- Evidently Miss Dickinson left tho stage and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as suoh goods (Hiring the trial of and hullabaloo in our Congressional race Ho preserve the peace mice and addresses by some of the best for its good, and oven tho stump, with nil but that does not liieau that Mr. Carnth oratois in the State. tne. persons engage" i" u rruucn-r.- v Its ribaldry, would bo improved by her can bo bought in tho cities. Give me a trial and you will be conis in nny danger of being beaten." o sole feud. absence. Memphis Avalanche. W. S. Mii.i.mi, Com'tee. vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. al lr..,..ltn. iHU ...!tl. .... 1. I LFIHIUIIIIIIHt tli.k liANlljl Mill! IliT IH .l..i law, which the last legislature p- Of Madion. ed on the statute books, and the latter gives n sample of one of the first convicts to ben beneficiary of it, Sam Holeman, who murdered the marshal of Morgan- Held in n drunken frenzy nnd was let off js evident thnt the republican man- with 10 years. He is a very dangerous It agers, despairing of electing Harrison and character and no man's life is safe when Morton, are concentrating their efforts he is around. On the other hand, the defends the bill and says on currying the House, which has now Courie-Journbut a majority of 12 in favor of the dem- it ought to nt least be given a fair trial. Kor Congre, james b. Mccreary, ... John W. Catron has been uppointcd postmaster at Grundy, Pulaski county, vice II. It. Hubble resigned. .Mr. Wntterson is tilling a list of appointments for speaking in Michigan, which will occupy his time till Nov. ltd. Yesterday was n bad day for democratic enthusiasm nt Cincinnati, but the rain could not dampen tho ardor of the thousands who assembled there with Thurman and Carlisle. Fred Douglass seems to be despond- of his party nt the ovor tjlu cllt ' approaching election. He has been mnk-i- i v,.v York. tnL, ., nf i,,,!!,.,,,, nll up both States to the democrats. Col. A. M. Hardy, long a republican THE Coutraxt FOE OF FRAUDS. jpects ,,.., imd-pive- I .flt...i-lir.Mi- .r "" 'r" "' ntiil , .mlmi.intl '" "Z" ill Inillflllfl... iiwi.iH'..Mv.. " . Ilclween Itlulne anil Cleveland Shown by Uio Former. As a stump ndvocnto Mr, Illalno fnrcs no better in tho west than in tho east. Ills unfortunate allusion to trusts at Portland Is appropriately supplemented by his ills- mission of pensions at Detroit. In much bitterness of spirit ho Ilnds fault with tho president for vetoing private pension bills whllo tliero Is a surplus In tho United States treasury From tho touo and tenor of his complaint the logical Inference Is that if be wero In Mr Cloveland's place tho tneasnres would havo rocclvod official sanction. In other words, ho would havo signed the bills regardless of tho illegality of the claims they embodied Thau tills avowal no better Illustration could bo given of the bioad distinction between tho methods or Mr Ulalno and Mr Cleveland In public life. No pretense Is offered bv ... ... loin ...J.t-- .. ). l 1.1..... .".-'..-:. OYERCOAf S I. IN- -- Satinets and Kerseys. Worsteds and Chini t chillas. in Light Medium and Heavy Weights. Colors and . i"n.a -I "". ... " , In Light and Dark Our Stock is Full of Fresh Goods. Come Early and jjet Choice of ( and red-fla- g BRUCE &MeR0BERTS. ' legis-Jatio- T. R. WALTON & SOMERSET STREET S, d -' ' r ' MAN STA1TFORD, ........ . ,,. , ) d Prices Always Reasonable and Goods -' -- GOOD EBXPTY BSHREtS FOR SAI.E. I wnt-It- I BUGGIES, CARRIAGES .. ia - j,,, r. S.toUrklihi:iiiH,3 - hotel-keepe- ) j lor-der- . la-- GEO. B. WEilREKr, lVr&N'G'H. de-seit- 1 SEW FURNITURE STORE MAOJK HUFFMAN, ' i I d ' 1 ' f ( '' J in ,. .hi ,U Ti iiiiiniiMftliilriiirr- - ",iXiH.,Hl.m,H I J' iMt- a,.. t "-- I? . ff!rKKfl " .,i-. . . ' f, ' ...W,JL ',' - - i ;w" Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal , Fiiksii FtKit to-ila- y nt M. F. Klkln's. hand J. K. 4 Undvuwkar Urnig's. n speeiulty nt Owsley & Stanfoku. Ky SKVKiiANt'K ii Son found it necessary for ono of them to visit tlio city tliiH FitKsii Uyhtkiis, FIhIj ami Celery ill- - week who has returned nnd lire now ways on linntl nt I(. .limner's. opcuItiK a now lino of elouks, wraps, un" K. c. huh. Nkw ll( K.aati(T,Uirnu Just ru- - derwear, hosiery, tfce., fct ct'ivud nt A. A. Warren's Modultiroccry. ' Dni'i'TV Dawhox tellH us that the jury in the Combs case were as unauiuioiiH Publlahod Evory Tuesday and Friday Call In and iexamine. . . ,or ."crary us u.ey in u.e couciu- AT Howi.is-D-. Mr. W. K. Vnrnon W io "mt the defendant was Innocent of 5V! i'KIl YMAR.IN ADVA2SOJU apeak nt the schooHionso nt Kowlan.I, murder. We should judge from that Thurhday night, Nov. 1, at 7 o clock. Hint it wns 11 pretty good jury. Whcn not 10 paid S2.SO will Ic chrged.- Tick dcmocrnU of the Rolling Fork Tiik List of Claims allowed by the promise Mr. It. C. Warren n good audi-- j County Court is given iutliesiipplement K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. .Store (Alston's) itatur-Mice at Powers' ' sent with this issue.It foots up $8,IKM.-7day, Nuveinlivr M. 'I faint Irave Kowland at j!j$ a m and j ngahiBt $0,V)8.18 Inst year as publishand return at 6 p m and S.40 p m. Fali.. Mrs. Salllo, wife of old Uncle ed. The Clerk made an error in the Hilly Hall, fell down stairs this week and list of Inst year, which should have been LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Imdly hurt herself. As 8he U over 70 $1,000 more than given, making this MM train going North old, it is likely to prove serious. year's nccounts some $l,r.",0 less thnn be" South . ' '. 1157pm1 " South fore. t'iprcr.1 train . . ., . . Tiik adjuster for tho t'nlon of l'hilaNorth Local Freight North '.".'.'.isTpmlelphia, with agent W. A. Triubje, Them: is' a summer coon in the Cin South I he Utltr tralni lo carry iufcrtime Solar viewed the lots of Mr. Willis C. Harnett cinnati postofllco that needs n head put The above it clcuUttd on lUodard and allowed the full amount of IiIh poli- - on him, n the one he has is evidently Unit is about 10 mlnutci fatter. wooden and hollow at that. Wu have .17, 11,000. man, who had gotten been sending a paper to "A. W. Walton, MEANS BUSINESS. As Denver Dam, Va.," for a doen years and ,! 'uWe to wear a tlWdianionK pin, Mr. .1. Watciim nndjedry rehired he has gotten it all the time till recently, M- Hntohison, now a livery stable, iiiun warranted. A. It. l'enny. from when this Hip individual has returned it Tiik best place to buy drugs, patent at Montgomery, Ala., had it stolen medicines and toilet articles in at A. It. him in the Halt House barbershop, I)ii- - to us marked in red letters, "Xo such oflice in Suite named." Now we were Penny's. isville, this week. absolutely sure that this was untrue, for lluv vour school Ikk)V. ink. tablet, ;per, pencils and Rcliool supplies of all Tiic democrats of Casey were heated it was our railroad station when we lived intls Irom A, h. j enny. enthusiasm Monday by capi- on the old plantation in the happy long to red-ho- t I guarantee all watches nntl every ar- tal speeches from tJen. Watt llarilinaiid ago, anil it was then, as it is now, a c. ticle of jewelrv I l to be just as repre- Judge It. J. Hreckinridgc, and they say An examination of the list of sented. A. It' fenny. they are going to give Wolford the l.irg-e- ollices, however, reveals the fact that it is put down "Heaver Dam Depot," and mujority ever cant in the county. POINTS. PERSONAL the latter word was omitted from the adPnor. W. F. Nuts, 11 teacher of large dress. Verily this isgettingthingsdown W. How.mn and liornce, Miw. of Lexington, nre isiting relatives here. experience, will open a normal school at to n fiuu point, but the clerk must do Mil J. L. Aiiams ami family have re- Wayncsburg, Dec. Ill, with a full corps something to keep his place, and ho does turned from a visit to relatives in Casey. of competent instructors. The situation it by delaying papers instead of hurryLitxiK Hk.i.i:y has returned is good, the terms low and we hope the ing them on to their destination, as the Mi from a lengthy visit to friends in Louis-- 1 professor wil be liberally pntronir.ed. postal department promises when it ac- ., Va.vti:i. A good farm . BOARDERS WAKTED.I rmi m Ilrucc. Oirroitut 20, 18S8 Walton, ManoRer j I have determined to open the Ctrpcntcr Home for hoarders and ill be glad to accommodate the putilic, other with day board or room I hate bcUlet a number uf couii fur rent In thin line l reri.tlu Jv A uli.ire ufpatruiia, solicited MISSIlKI.IJ.il LAKl'hXlKK, .Stanford, Ky 73- - i I SEASONABLE STYLES IN FAUL. AND WINTER GOODS. We Invite Attention to our Complete and Carefully Stock of- Selected . COTTAGE FOR RENT! My cottage 011 Upper Main ilreet, Stanford, next to W II Iliggiii8 residence AIo thi cottage next dojr, now occupied by Mr. J J' Uavlt PcnctMon tofirtl named given lit any time audio hitleroii Nov lath MKS. I.Ol I IK HOL.MhS, 73-t- f iMiiil!r, Ky IMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS I m 'TlJOTiGEiV . m Shirts, Collars. CufTs, Neckwear, &c. 7, n he Farmer National llanV, located at Stun-forin Uncolu county, Ky,l nuw fettling iu iiIIjIm and thircfore iu4ice it hereby Kivcn to all holding .aid llank'x nntek or hating ciainn .ik'intt K.ild At.ocution to pre.ent them fur p4mcnt. I . ''Em . . . Oct. 18, 1US .i;io fr ESTRAV NOTICE. Tt -four-)-r-o!- JOHN H.OWSLFY, Cahier. - In All the Approved Styles from 50c to $5. The Largest Stock of 1 herr" ditappeared from my farm on (irecn Rivork Steir er a few day. ago i llolb are .petted red nnd while and one of them htt n One ear of eaih a white face hat mall piece cut out of It Any information leading to their recovery thanVlully nciived. W H TI'.HUV.M' Kinney, Ky TRUNKS & VALISES In this Section of the Country. -- J PUBLIC SALE! A executor of Datid Spoonamore, dec'il, I vitt mite I rem M .in- tell at hiit late rttldeme, ford and i mile from Duddtrar'x Mill, on FOOTW-IEIA' . ZR,., Comprising Extensive lines of Newest and most Fashionable Ladies' Shoes, Gents' Boots and Shoes, Children and Baby Shoes. Rubbers. SATURDAY, OCT. 27, 88, Overshoes, Etc. Men's Rubber's at 25c, Ladies' do. 25, Misses' 25. 'I lie fo lowing jiost-otiic- K-l- st Mv l'eronal I'roperty, 4 work other a and brood marcs. J cowt ...j with calve , .... 19, Kiitr. a. .... m (..linn. ..I and 17 ihuiet, lju lic.t Lorn, lot of hay, tvaecn, farming iniplrmrnis.Udcr null Lxdand Leddinc, notitenoiu aim Kiicncii lurniturc, i"t n .uitp ci.t. At the lame tune jnd place C M Spooiamore .vill ..II Iku Ir.lli..n. .tiu--. ..... "v.. ...1 .ui.vn... .vvn . lirnnd .mate. - rim' and call, i thorthornycarlinKMecrt. Sale locommtiuc at 10, A .M J I SI'OONAMORK & .... ' i THE PRICES ARE LOW No ! 7i-t- I one can sell you RESPECTABLE Goods Cheaper. Wo doubt if you can find anyone willing to meet our prices in Qualities NEARLY as Good. New 11:1s reuiriitu mini l.f fli.. Irinkiiri 11M1I ll.in 'I . - lllllllllrl .Ms l . . "" V T, ' ' long stav with friends at nioomingto.n,;"' will address the people here next Moil' Illinois. iluy afternoon and they doubtless will J.S. Mm:i;s represented theOdill-e- l be greeted with a large audience. The lows here at the timnd lxU' in luis' is very popular here and his l Judge ille this week. always take well, and there is F.tnnio .1. K. I'.uutis and Mrs. no liner orator than Mr. 1 tillit 111. Dunn left for a visit to relntivesiii Spring- Held, Mo., Friday. Mt. Vkisnon had its usual circus row .... M I.M. i,K.iU.llltllll lull .... .Xt. .t.ot.l.ll. .11 .c. ,i,.h several Ww,,u,NllJ.f n " were more or less dangerously wounded. niece, .iii"s .Mitiy imvim imui'iviih, a handsome piano. It wns started by John Proctor, who it D11. l.i:i: F. lit itm v went to Cincinseems that fate hits preserved to set as nati yesterday to sec his wife, who isnot many people into trouble as possible. no well as she Iihs been, His skull has been cut open two or three W11 notice in the Knoxvllle Tribune times and still he lives to tlo do Ills dev that Mastcrson Peyton, Ustj., has y.. . I1m..iit ..... ... .11 mn . . ...v. ,...i. .... .. I. ..111, m.,1 liultiir w.wiiiiu tin elected iunnn hi. of tie i'Ickwick uiun, proper thing for his case. ' ..' , !. Ji'ih.kM.J. DnnuM. llrstcomptroller, ,ItIoRtagpaidinntter, liter;, hi V. and Sale Stable 1 THESE GOODS ARE BARGAIN'S. us "",,""' ,- I have purchased the Iruk Stable on FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. M. 1 ,.,....... len-on- s Thirteen inches of snow fell at Tow- Formerly occupied hy J Ilruce, h.it more by John tl Carpenter have put the Staer, Minn. ble in thorough repair and am it witli 1). N. Prewitt bought of Dr. J. K. feed of all kind, bran VanArsdale 50 hogs at o cents. First-Clas- s Buggies, In IOiiisville '27 hhils of Dourbon to- New Stock of Surreys, &c, bacco leaf ami lugs sold at .7.it to $.'. .ill wio nut And am prepared to Jones lints, bought of John favor inv viith their patronage lute me trial N. MKNKIXE. of Doyle, yearling mules at S7. wtl John M. A: J. C. Held sold to Wake-llel- d & Lee 17 head of 1,47:5 ounil cattle OTTT. 1 liirni-.liini; Depot Street, Stanford, Viewed from any standpoint. Nothing better can hj had. Now you know and the Hoods, for we have told you the Thutii witlmut mifiepre- een,ation TR? TJS, ?ROVE TJS, "TOTJ'liL BE GLAD. Respectfully, Tew-me- y, .1 CALDWELL&LANIER 303srirxr.x.E, irsr. 7-- at lx-e- - of hasbouglit.Mr. II C Dright's Inturest in; of .Nunuel Lo.ht- .t.a. the Springfield, Mo., Far... Implement Combs for the murder of James Mounce and I iiguv Co., ami the latter will likely was begun I ues. ay evening by he se- return ...Kentucky. 'lection of the following jury: L. D.Oar- ner, Kugene Kelley, A. J. Ilayden, L. CITY AND VICINITY. K. Welis, (i. D. Hopper, J. D. McKin-nev- . S. S. .Myei-siIwkiis N. W. DePauw, T. J. Hill, 1!. (i. Collier. Hurry Dunn Thomas Metcalf Cu.iKs, Cloaks, aTuks'nt Owsley A and (1. I). earon. It will bo reinem- nU: liered that Combs did the killing in June New lot of overcoats just received at issl, immediately after which he lied to " .Texas, from whence he was iccently S. 11. Shanks'. brought by J. N. Menefee. The trouble To Di n.PKiis. .,2,.VX) brick now lendy occurred oxer a wrestle, both parties be-. ,,.., t,.,!,, ..,.., nt it,,,,,,,.. The for sale. W. I. Damsey. . .... " " Ni:w lineof (ilassnniKiueeiiswnre just Commonwealth's witnesses made out a received at A. A. Wairen's Model iro- pretty severe case of murder, hut thejuside evidently ry after heating the other ,. rv did not believe their story, us they ""; and HfNTi:..s.-;- ns '''''''ltJo l ,)roil.lt in Verlict of acquittal in leu the lowest living prices at MetcnlftV , lvo n),intw afu,r Koin, ty tlll,ir room Wetlnesday night. Mr. C. C. Wil- a limns, of Mt. Vernon, assisted the Corn- You can trade, your old machine at good price and get n New Homo nt 11. K. mon wealth and the prisoner was repre sented by Col. Welch ami It. C. War"Wenrens. , . . ren. Mus. J. C.tiiVKit Jonix, of Kansas City, Tlio grand jury finally adjourned Wedwho Is nt her mother's, Mis. lirimes.hns nesday, after finding !! indictments, he a tine boy. smallest number for many years. The . ()i livery stable is complete in every doctors como in again for unlawfully r.!iri.'iilnr now. and we itsk a share of prescribing whisky. Tlio case of Alex Smith for cutting Wulker & l'ty, the public Conductor Dutler was continued till next Ijincaster, Ky, term, owing to absent witnesses. Tiik local freight wns thrown from the The negro hoy, Horace Hays, charged track nt Itoekcastlo river Wednesday withbniglariing the house of (ireenber-revening, which delayed the night ex Dright, was tried yesterday and given pu'sseH several hours. two years in the penitentiary. He is the . same negro wlto was pubiicly whipped Tub democrats of Itoekcastlo say (hat his father, Maj. Hays, for stealing they nre going to give McUrenry a ma- by chickens, in preference to letting him go jority this time, HIh speech nt Mt. Verto jail. Old Major afterwards said lie non Tuesday delighted everybody. , didn't whip him so much for stealing as a Ono of my getting caught. To Tin: Car.. Iniiian, the negro charged with deputies or mysulf will be at Htistonvllle Tuesday, :10th, for the purpose of receiv- the murder of Cy. Singleton at Kings Sheriir. Mountain n year or two ago, was put on ing tnxes. T. I). trial Inst evening nnd was represented Tub little son of Mr. A. C. Carman fell by Hill & MeUoberts. The following and broke his leg the. other day. The jury was chosen: Samuel Dudderar, it, father has been down for nearly n month (J. Collier, T. J. Hill, J. L. Deck, L. D, with one of the worst broken legs we Garner, A. M. Frye, ,M. N, Depauw, J. S, ever saw. Dledsoe, W. II. Higgins, Lewis Dudder- i nr, J. C. Ferguson, D. K. Wearen. The is usually the linest month in other negroes John Drice, Oeorge Woods year, hut this ono is an exception. the from t ho first and Dill (Iravson, who were indicted It has been cold and rainy acquitted. ,i was no Improvement, a with Inmnn, were previously The. case will likely take most of rain fulling all l.t( its Pkuki.ns, the man who so outMas. A : Nin:it, of Dee l.ick, is visit- ing Mrs. P. P. Nunnelley, and while nigeously attacked KIder J. U. Living-her- e is soliciting money to build a Dap- - iMon with a shot gun as he was leaving (iushen church last Sunday, has come to church at that place. tiit Hon. DiiKtKiMtiiMit: Jonrs was here a bis senses, acknowledged his sin and hhort time Wednesday, en route to St. begged forgiveness of the preacher, who Louis. He had mine over to attend the jnceonled it. The apology was sent by (Veil Fisher fsde of liorlhorns at Dan- -' his brother, D.inny Perkins, and an iderof the cliuri'h, who wiy that Mr. Per- Judge M. ('. Saulioy at ius claims to hac been drunk and A irrTKii from Wyoming, ays that the family leoncious of his reprehensible conduct, ',, , in gl.ul that the imittor has assum-whoare all well, ue Mrs. Sautley, with the climate or the altitude does t., 1 i h m1iiik and hojMi it will be a les-nt son to Mr. Perkins and others disposed seem to agree. Mn. J. II. IIimkkii, lute of 'this jilate, j , act as he did. 1 j , 1 j m 1 that city. . ot ut "eT".i Dros. bought of II. Durnside the tine boar, ("trover Cleveland, for l.". K. A. Johnson, of Cumberland county has bought in the last week 1(V scrub cattle nt :i cents. To Duykiis. I have l." good old cattle, 1,100 pounds weight, or better, to tlisjMjse of. W. I. Letcher, Paint Lick. 1). C. Terliune shipped a d of yearling mules to Tennessee this week, for which he paid $70 to fS'.l per head. Mercer Sayings. It. (i. Hover bought of Jas. Clark a pnir of work mules, . nnd it years old, for fi'HO, and a pair of mules of W. C.Colston fori:." 15. D. Woods, Sam Hun is and others sold their lots of shouts to A. T. Nunnelley at 4 cents, and Cole Coffey ifnd Jonathan Owsley sold him their fat hogs at '. car-loa- " cents. The PleuMiuta CTJT THIS wi I. SCIII.EttKI , the Richmond I lie in Stanford, l'linni(rnplnT I'iciurck cm bf the inntauiaiHuii pro,-r- t a clear jtit at uellon cloudy partiron h.ivm(- - dint I .il to I'icttiris with to inentinn tlint Knlarecin Crojon, Wa'er Color or Oil, will find their advantage to have itdnne at hem in. it to I can tteadot sending them off with tr.ini.r''rx, copy ihrm Jut a cheap and eive entire vttitf.ic-tioI hanking tli people of Lincoln county for their patronaKf, nnd iiupmg far a continuance of umr, I am ery Ite.pc tfullv J I Mill (til I, rhuio;r.iplic-- Ami Tuesday. October 2 and 30. Tuesday, November 13 and 27. Tuesday, Decombor 11 and 25. will tn.ilr in'xiuWfi. on thoe day by uui made NOW OPEN, We Have Opened our Stock of tjtt r Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Everything is new, J. T. STTTTOSff I n- c& CO., .1 SOT rmi ., H . to-da- HUSTON VILLE, KY. cents. The cotton crop of 1S.SS isthe Inigcct An iliil in ihc buireu and - rc.nl v t do the t ever grown in America, exceeding that tkinc in t. ici lino t. ai.NHii.ni anWe have a full Mot 'i inn. iiii'i immich of l.sSL'-:- i, hitherto the largest on record, ..fctirvdecr.ptidi iur hcirte, win. h i nc.triy niw .in tic 'iijtail c i on snori nonce tir j n by INI, 000 bales. The total crop this sea Citttjii li.i c'lantcol our UMnroi. and will show m our 4 K i I son is i.tMti.K.ki bales. our Kood. mo I., any one needing M tf ,,.,,. - , ?' 11 j pati-onag- cuttle are in fair demand in Cincinnati; other guides dull, with prices running from 11 for veiy common too forbestshippois; hogs were n little more active nt t to ."i.OO; sheep are Unit at to 4 J cents. The Wcorgetown Times 'rcpoits sales hogs ato and cattle at The potato crop of the county is (0 per cent, short. Corn sold in the field at SO cents a shock, 14 hills square. Owing to the unsettled weather and impossibility of getting track in pioper shape this week, the stallion race between Dermuda-DaroWilkesand Hinder Wilkes is set for next Thursday, Nov ember 1st. A. Tipton. Secretary of Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders' As sociation, Ky. Ike and Prewitt Vanmeter sold to Kratz 1:50 cattle, weight l,o00 to I,.V0 pounds, to ho delivered from 1st to oth of November at ." cts. There were cattle on tho market Monday. Kiev-eWood feeding 1! oflVS-poiind ,:US-pniiu- d The Teacher Who ml vised lior pupils to strengthen their niiniM liy the uso p( Ayor's npprrciatetl tlio truth that iKxlily health is essential to mental vigor. For persons of. delicate and fcoblo cuustitution, whether young or old, this medicine is remarkably beneficial. He sure you get Ayer's Sarsitpurlllu. " Every spring and fall I take a number of bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla.and Mrs. James II. am greatly benefited." Kastman, Stoneliaui, Mass. "I have taken Ayer's Sarsaparllla with great benefit to my general health." MIssThlrza I.. Crerar, l'alniyra, Md. , "My duughter, twolvo years of age, has suffered for the past year from la, And every thing has been selected with great care, the senior mem ber's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with discrimination and nroflt. The patronage of persons with cash and . , ' those who pay promptly at the end of each six months 13 especially desired. Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, i PIECE OF OLD GOODS SEVERANCE & SON. NEW I NEW NEW A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. f I n Mo , ZIMMER 9 Respectfully, R. ZIMMER, General Debility. llattlcs, South Chehusfurd, Mass. "About a year ago I began using Ayer's Sawnparllla as a remedy for debility uud neuralgia resulting from malarial exposure in the army. I was in a very bail condition, but six bottles of the with occasional doses of Ayer's rills, have greatly Improved my health. am now nblo to wink, and feel that I I cannot hhv too much for jour excellent remedies.' F. A. Hukliam, South Moluncus, Me, "My dnughter, sixteen years old, Is using Ayer's Sarsaparllla with good effect.' Itev. S. .1. Graham, United Urcthren Church, lluckliaunon.W.Va. " I Huffered from to olvo her Aver's Sarsaparllla. Her health ha.s Mrs. Harriet H. greatly improved." A few weeks since, we began '',-0- Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by Bakery, Restaurant and Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everything in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. ' n ,i ... 1,'JS.Vlh. feeders sold for $4. lo; .")() feeders, weight O lbs., 4 cts.; 17 medium l.'-'.'i- FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE Wholesale and Retail. v Wbst-Kni)Kii-s. feeders, weight 1, !.() lbs., S:i.Wi; IS liglit feeders, weight SoO lbs., $:2; 'J.'t plain feeders, l.OoO lbs., .'Ij cts.; Ill plain feeil-erI,0(X)ll)s SJ.K.; 41 fair yearlings, weight 70.) lbs., SLi'ilJ; a lot of plain steers, :t cts.; Ill extra yearlings, The prices of a inontli ago were fully sustained on the best grades, but lighter mid inferior cattle weie j of a rent loerand many of the latter unsold. Winchester Demos, PLEASE OBSEBYB - THAT - Nervous Prostration, with lame back nnd headacho, and have, lieeu nun h benefited by tho use of Ayer's Sursnpai'illa. I am now hi) years of age, ami am ut tailed that my iresent health tinil pioloiigi'd life are dun to the use of Aer's Siusapaiill.i." Luey Motlltt, Kllllngly, Conn. Mrs. Ann H. Karnsworth, t lady 79 vears old, So. Wnoilstoek, Vt.. writes : ll After sevi ral weeks' sufTeriiig from nervous prostration, I procured a bottlo of Ayer's Siusapitrilla, and beforo I had taken half of it my usual health M'ROBERTSSTAGG HAVK New-land- , crat. XKW AUVKKTISniKMS. A FICJIL1L ASSOBTMMNT -- OF- POSTED. furev.arn luinturt, lithcrniin mid other not to tri'tpi on our landi without ut nil such vt ill bo protecutcd to the full ctt extent of tin, luw. Signed: 'I hU notice WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glas3S3 to suit tho eye. returned." i .u Ayer's Sarsaparilla, IMtF.rAJlED II V T.J. HILL, tiNagieeiibli' '!'' to-da- i;KO I). HOI'IT.H I..M. MisKODKin.SJK. M.S. IIAUCIIMAN, ltOUT. McAI.ISTKU. J.K. IlKUCi:, A.M. I'CLA.N'H. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. I'ricc 1 j U bottlo, 5. Worth (S bottle. y 'vV I X- False 1'retrnitrs of the Defender of tha War Tariff. Wo aro'ln rm-lp- t of a largo number of lmiulrios on tho subject of wages, most of which it Is impossible to answer, as for example: What is tho present rato of wages In Belgium? What was tho rato of wages in Germany under tho freo trade policy? What was tho rato of wages In tho United States before tho war? What is tho comparative rata of wages In this country and in Australia? Wo desire, to do everything in our power to satisfy seekers after truth. Wo look upon the inquiries themselves as very hopeful signs of thu awakening of tho people to the momentous problem that will, for some years to como, constltuto tho chief issuo In our national politics, But in order to give any satisfactory answer to any question, wo must first know what Is tho basis of tho inquiry and what does the THE WAGES RACKET. POPULAR SCIENCE. 31111315 I.otMtorn In t- i i i I - i p !' A, ft ti f Wages nre of every kind and degree, McKIN'NKV, KY. from thoso of the street scavenger tc those of the skilled weaver who can proI'or Drills. Medicines, the l.imom Srup 01 i'g duce tho Lord's prayer on a silk handkerand to get vour prescriptions prompt!) and Cochief; from the stono breaker on the pubrreal) filled at all hours, and to get jour Mtple Groceries fine Cigar, Toilet Articles, &r,iroto lic highway to the electrical engineer; Dr J A. WILLIAMS Tht powder never varies. A mart el ol purity Lod&Co,McKinncy from the boy who carries sheaves In the strength and wholetomeneis. Mora economical will attend to our drug department; also attend to wheat field to tho gold beater who than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In the wants of the sick, night or it a), In town or leaves of metal the 307,000th of an jo competition with the multitude of low test, short country weight alum or phosphate powders Sold only in inch in thickness. 'Evidently "the rate C W. MKTCALP. cam J v HAW Koval KakimA Poudkr - Co., of wages" is iui impalpable aa tho milky tog Wall Street, N'e- York. way. E. METOALF fc HAYS. IDZRUQ-G-IS- T , liut, it may ho replied, we mean tho &c vJE-VT-ESIjElilCre V. HUFFMAN', averago rate of wages. There is no ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. SURGEON" DENTIST, avcrago rate of wages. Professor Rich- - Kntick, Stanford, mond Smith, without any party bias, and IIARliOURVILiJand PIXEVIM.K, KV. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, with only a scientific intent, has proved, Office south side Main, doors above Depot St, Will practice in any court in Eastern Kentucky. in a serieB of articles in Tho Political Eliminations of land titles made a specialty Any FANCY ARTICLES, &0. site tracts of timber, coal and mineral lands for Science Quarterly, that tho current tables sale. Information lurmshcd on any point and cor compiled and published by the grand) respondence solicited Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. mothers of statistics In this country as VM,C average rates are quite deluslvo. What l!a To tho Farmers of Lincoln and is the average rate of wages of three boys, STANFORD, K women and seventy, four girls, twenty-fivOarrard Oounties- fivo men, one foreman and two assistant Office on Lancaster street, in room recently a THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, W, 11 l'enny cated by Dr foremen, all working at different trades? l'urlllcutloti of Mercury. The Stanford Roller Mills Comnan) wants jour whole wheat crop of i33. and will pay in cash the Tho usual way to determine tho average The following procoss for tho purification CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. for it Do not sell without highest market rate Is to add up the total weekly wage of of mercury has been in use for some years M. D.f first undersigned price seems Superintendent Polls at the Mill or Eser bronjht to this market all and divide the sum by tho number of at the Physical Institute at Kiel with the Prices lower than T J FOSTF.lt. the Pres Stanford Holler Mills Co persons. But what does this tell us? best results : Tim mercury containing chom-lethe lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Ke. it STANFORD, KY. Merely that if the whole sum were thus paired on shortjnoticc and warranted. and mechanical impurities is poured divided, each person would get a wage into a glass tube, into the lower eud of Office on Lancaster Street, opposite Court-llou(jrA-Lquite different from what he. does which Is cemented a piece of bamboo caue to' Having remoted to this place get. But when wo liavo reached this which ucts as a filter. The mercury passes practice his profession, calls the from Libirts, the attention ol LOUISVILLE KENTTJOKY. useless result, wo noed to know through this into a larger glass tubo almost pun lie to the fact that he Mill be read) at all Hours t how many uours tho wago earners work, entirely tilled with dilute nitric acid (1 in day or night to answer cll in town or countrs. and how steady their employment Is, and 50), aud on leaving this bath is sufficiently Thirty ears of his lite ere spent In Stanford arid H1B whether the unsteadiness of employment puro for some purposes. Tho distilling ap- SP4'Sffi-teiis-Sr;s- i? is duo to their own choice or to tho slack- paratus to prepare chemically pure mer- athepeopleofManfordandsicutj tasked HOTEL IN THE CITY. ness of trade. cury consists or a glass tube about 15 mm. In order to reach any useful result, we wide und SO cm. long, nt top of which Is u need to know especially ef- - bulb of about 0 cm. diumctcr. Tho open end is ' flcienCy of labor that is, what anytho RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- given or this tube Is placed In an inverted bottle what unit or latxir produces, in India, for ex tvith ttin hnttnm Vnrwkn.1 mit Tlipntinli tliO Ktc. me to rooms; ample, grass In cut with a pocket knife by I cork iu the neck of this bottle is passed a I have purchased the lumber yards of Messrs. men squalling 0:1 tnetr haunches, and seconu iudo auoui 1 cm. wiuo una n. cm George I) Wearen aid I. M Ilrui.e and will open A. C. Wearen. carrying a juto bag on their shoulders In lonf?, which passes through tho other wider a btp yard at the one purchaxd of Mr will carry TURKISH A-- RUSSIAN UATIIS IN 1IUTKL. I Ilesides lumber in rough and which they put tho hay crop by Landfills. tubo and up into tho bulb at the top of It. a large line of window sahes,dressed,and shingles, doors In America it is cut by a hay-- harvester This narrower tubo is also contracted Into a laths, posts and the puket fence formerly sold by S ( HOCKEK drawn by horse.i, tho driver sitting on a capillary one about 40 ciu. from the top, aud Mr. Wearen. comfortable heat. In Italv plowing is at tho lower cud Is bent upward. To work I hate moscd done by relays of men aud wometi using the apparatus, tho wide tube and bulb are wooden mattocks. In England It Is filled with mercury and Inverted, which STANFORD, KY., dono by gang plows run by steam creates a vacuum in tho bulb, aud more or electricity. An American work- mercury is ourcd gradually, drop by drop, To Lancaster street opposite tli Court House E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. man turns out 33 per cent, more into tho narrow tube to increase it, and the I also keep a lotot IIKICK on hand ready for alc . F HAMbKN. xhocs with a given machine t liana an Eng' apparatus then acts liko a Sprcngcl pump. Stanford, K) lish workman using tho same machine. Tho bulb is then heated by the flame from u Hotel still maintains 1 his old and What can the rate of wages do for lis in circular burner, and distillation takes place its high reputation, and its Proprietor is delermin. Is Receiving His puch cases towards tho solution of any continuously, the absolutely pure mercury ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel io d of the smaller economical problem? Yet ouch cases are flowing out at the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Alten. the aa multifarious as the inhabitants of the tube. Unless the atmospheric pressure tion to his Guests. Ilajgage conveyed la and 25 varies greatly, tho apparatus can be left at earth. from depot free of charge- - Special accommodaAgain, the rate of wages Is different in work night und duy, und only requires the Two miles Soulh ot Stanford on .Veal" Creek tions to Commercial Travelers. V, CH AIG. different parts of the earno country. This addition of mercury two or three times in Address me at Carlisle, Ky Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, Givo him a Trial. hours. variation happens in tho samo trades. twenty-fou- r The variation will sometimes run as high Dlue l'rliitliiff. us 100 per cent. Mr. John Jarrott testified SALE. At the ninth annual meeting of tho Ohio before a committee of congress In 1883 MT. VERNON. KY. FURHISHER, 100 Acre on the SoincrM--t and Crali Oorchard THE that tho wages in western rolling mLSs Society of Surveyors and Civil Engineers, LONDON, KENTUCKY. This old and Hotel is (till maintain. was from 50 per ceut. to 200 Der cent. Joseph N. Bradford, M. E., read a paper on Well of roatl, half way between the two placet 513 4th St., Louisville. Half c eared and 30 CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. higher than In tho Bethlehem Iron Works the duplication of drawings, in which he Ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. SpeKiduaterat end ol . acre In gran . 2004 outlet tar came, nog Wo have quoted this recommended the following formula as glv- - cial attention to the traveling public 01 Pennsylvania. U" O. WALLACE, j Thoroughly Renovated and Rcfurnlihed. Firit Gents' Furnish, and lieep The fashions of the day in the the best results iu tha production of j At. P. NEWCOMB, Prop. testimony once. We will quote It again: I)al.ne. ky cU Si lf Kc JnJ Keawnable I'nre.. Day and nlfhl Ml. Vernon, Ky, ing line will always be found in my store. I am l "Now I want to say further that the .. . . Train, are met by I'olite I'ortertot thii Popular agent lor the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the AD. wages paid in that concern were Iu some St. K. DAVIi. l or. K7-t- f. J. II. HILTONbest Laundry in the world. instances 60 per cent, less than thoso paid lieu prusslato of potash 1J Water In tho western mills. I will go further No. HII-TOr- & AImo Iimtl mid Htcx'lc I will say, for Instance, that in 1882 there 3 cz. Citrate of Iron and ammonia S. O. DAVIS, was at least over double tho amount paid Water 10 -- UKALKRs IN- Ai I dexre to Icate Kentucky I will tell atgreat in western mills for rolling hands that Gum amble or dextrin h " hur.e sacrifice a taw null, The Original Wins. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, and aohor.e engines,complete lth Ji ok logboiler wagwas paid in that mill, perhaps nearly I Ua equal parts of Nos. 1 , and !. Keep these 1 a worl., C. K. Slmmooa, St Louis, Prop'r on J solutions n sepuiate, ujgnnt, burlboard, (prill); threo times as much." M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, Kst'J ( cattle, j rnulo, I hone, V. ROWLAND. KY und Itarnea. J ))Ve M.T. VKUKOX, Iv Mr. Jarrett is a woll known high tariff bottles. ifWo, In the U. S. Court DriAT I grid mill complete, and tu) farm of S60 acrei of The function of tho gum arable or dextrin Hue lutt onened anew stoeL of Men's and Hovs H. Zeilin, Trop'r A. Q. Simmon Llv wpouter. Mr. Illalno is another, and he tnoh land well timbered. Will tell pnvatth er Itetrulator, Kst'd by Zeilln IS6. is to keep the sensitizing solution on the Clothing, Hat. Caps, Hoots, Shoes. Dry Goods, I SMITH, Drug Store. MAR Office next door to Whitehead's told us, in his famous cotton goods reM. .v. S, L. M. ha for 47 veara f la wood, Ky m rjotiotis and ramily Groceries. port, that the wages of cotton spinners surface of the piper, tho quantity used de- - Coal Country produce taken inAlso dealers for Sp,ci .attention given to diseases of children cured I.NDloxtTloN, fllLlousnati, exchange pending upon tho quality of tho pajier UYIMMIA.SlCK HlAOACHB.I.OIT in Massachusetts were higher than In hard, tirm paper requiring little; soft, por- goods at highest market price Come one, come 77'" ArrTiT.n.Sock Stomach, Ktc all, and learn the advantages in trade. tho other New England states and helr ner, j To the Farmers of West Lincoln, itearat, raator M. K. ous paier, more. As tho iron aud ammonia hours of work shorter. Church, Adams, Tnn., writes. '"1 Now, we ask again, what can the "rate solution undergoes change when kept, it is Casey and Elsewhere. Minis i mould nave Dcen dead but or your uenulne M. A. Sim of wages" tell us, oven if we could resolve better to have the salt In tho dry state In a mon Liver Medicine. I have ,c bottle, making tho solution as Hating been authorized by Mr C C VnnAn GEO. A. that milky wav and bring It Into onr t needed. ometimt had to tubstltuta dale, proprietor of lliutonvillc Roller Mills a hit "Zcllln'a ttuff" for vour arithmetical tablos? Nothing at all. Take agent for the purchase of heat 'n t hi section of In preparing tho sensitized papor, take a c,n but " doQ'1 owrf.!l Coutr tha tho comparative rates of wages that are country, I call with confidence on my old and trie,d Cough inedlcitifi, Ayer's Cherry Pecfriends of the fanning public to see me before en f mi yjmtIt. Grave, Rditor TU now Hooding tho country from Washing, solid, firm paper, free from impurities), and Dr. J. toral Is lu greater demand than ever. apply thu solution to the surfaco of tho pa gaging their crops elsewhere. Having been In aa& 4 llroaday and 51 New Street, ton under the frank of "BUI" Chandler. per llatliit. Memnhla. This. thn trade about twenty )(urs, , I am familiar with with u soft spongo on a broad, soft i No preparation for Throat and Lung I received a package of your Liver Hero Is a specimen: feel vtarranli-dtherefore, in the thcbtisluess. NEW YORK CITY effects, so brush, being careful not to have the sponge Medicine, and have used hill of It. Troubles is so prompt in Its declaration that I vilr be able to facilitate the 17. S. England. It work like a charm. I want no or brush charged too heavily with tho soluof all agreeable to tho taste, and so widely transfer $1.G0 J'J.TS Cotton mill hands . Stocks, Bonds, Drain, Provisions and cerned ot your crops to the advantageORIiKNconbettrr Liver Heeulator and cerII jJ J. tion, or elso tho papor will have a streaked known as this. It is the family meditainly no more of Ztilin't mutura. Petroleum. Both figures are wrong, as Mr. Blaino appeurunce, which will show tu the finished cine lu thousands of households. NO M, rtRKINl M. V MS.KTIN llOUOHT.SOLD A-- CARltlEI) OX MAKGIN' Print. Go over tho surface of the paper in years from a IJKOPIIKAU, rwS., .lAS, I97. to. liut sunnose thov were rlcht. "I have suffered for otiid two directions at right angles to whenever I tako 61 ty I S. Send for explanatory pamphlet they tell us how much cloth $4.00 hi wages to insure un oven coating. Tho each other, bronchial trouble that,inclement weathAlbright A Martin beg to inform their man; sensitized cold or am exposed to produces in Kngland and how much in the paper must bo allowed to dry iu tho dark, friend and customers of the change in firm name er, shows itself by a very annoying United States? Would tho nine cents per tickling sensation in tho throat and by tt horizolltai l03iti()n day paid to the hast Indian grass cutter MARTIN & PERKINS, difficulty lu breathing. I havo tried a R. B. convince ira tliat tho American liorso great many remedies, but none does so Trial of Itupl.t Plrliij; (iiins. The new firm hopes not only to austatn the repumower, getting fl.rrt), could never com-)etwell as Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral which SUCCESSOR TO Ilrlt-- 1 A report has just been made to tation of the old, but intends to make many imalways gives prompt relief In returns of with him in tho hay market? A few ish WurOfllcoupon tho experimentsthe provements in the manufacture of tobacco which recent-- 1 my old complaint.'1 Ernest A. Henlor, will will be the interest of years ago an American citizen went to ly carried out with tho Musim gun ut B00 CHICKEN THE HATTER, devote tospecial attentionourto customers. We Leal M'MIOHAEL, Inspector of. Public Roads, Parish Ter-r- e our Natural Brazil to restore a ruined sugar planta- aud $00 yardti, in comparison with ilro from lionue, La. brands of Kentucky'! beat leaf. Thanking you tion. Tho first thing he did was to Martlui-Heur611 4TH AVENUE. for past favor and asking for a continuation 01 rifles. At 000 yards fifteen j " I consider Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral a doublo the nit Ions of tho hands. They men, all ilrst or second-clas- s Cure ! Respectfully yours, sour trade, we remain, shots, ItreU most important remedy LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. MARTIN A I'ERKINS. had been half starved aud were Iu a con- j ten volleys and made 52 cent, of hits iu dition of bodily weakness and mental 3 niln. lltl sec, whllo tho jer Maxim, firing the mutiny. Tho result of doubling the pay I same number of rounds at the samo tar I have tested Its curative power, in my wag to mora than double tho crop. Tho gets, made SI. CO per cunt, The Nobbiest & Most Stylish of hits in '2 min. family, many times during tho past plantation was restored and becamo profit- 3d sec. At S0J yards tho results were: 15 thlrtv years, and havo never known it -- Stock of-able to its owner. Martini-Henrys- , 40.U) per cent, of hits in 3 to fall. It will relieve the most serious There arc hlgus that the "wages racket" min. W sec. ; Maxim, 80 per cent, in 1 tniii. affections of tho throat and lungs, n whether in children or adults." Mrs. has nearly run Its courso, and that ISO sec. Tho targets were arranged so that . G. Edgerly, Council Bluffs, Iowa. are beginning to bco its hollow-lies- s tho volleys tired by tho men were directed "Twenty years ago I was troubled and inconsequential character. Wo alternately u quurtor right aud a quarter with n dlsoaso of tho lungs. Doctors doubt whether It will hold out thirty days left, the intervals between the targets beafforded me no relief and considered Ecr brought to the city of Loumillc,' now open longer. Now York Pot. ing V2 yards; tho Maxim fired 15 shots my case hopeless. I then began to uso Including thu alternately on each turgot. Further exAyer's Cherry Pectoral, and, beforo I C. A. BENEDICT & CO., IlcduAtlon In Not Doatructluu. periments aro to be mado ut unknown disbad finished one bottlo, found relief. I KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS continued to tako this medicine until a "Wo are not, as a party, in favor of free tances, and us nearly as poBsiblo under And also my own importation of Engtiih Hats Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, cure was effect ml. I believe that Ayer'a Trade, but wu do holiovo the tariff can bo service conditions, at ranges between Cherry Pectoral saved my life." and Cap. An elegant line ot Canea and I.yon'a materially reduced. Wo bellevo the nlaco 1,000 and 1,3)0 yards; and on this occasion STANFORD, KV Samuel Griggs, Waukcgan, 111. Celebrated Utubrellai alwa)a on hand. Fine for tho surplus is in tho pockets of tho tho new service rifle, with dful sight, Is to bo ago I contracted a severe "Six years people and not in tho treasury. Our ad- tested. cold which nettled on my lungs and SEAL SKIN SA0QUES, OAFS, Wells drilled to order and I'umps lurnlshed it versaries like to misstate this issuo, but soon developed all tho alarming sympDntucllon of G,tH Leukagn, factory prices. y I do not think tho people are misled. I Thousands of dollars worth of Olocs and other r'ur, a apecialty. Orders outtoms ot Consumption. I had a cough, Dr. ISuuto's method for detecting gas don't think I hey are alarmed at false night sweats, bleeding of tho lungs, chickens die every year from Cholside of city Solicited, perfect aatltfaction guaranleakage by means of palladium paper has Issues. The Democratic party was never eed and Sale Stable, pains in chest and sides, and was so teed Don't tail to order a NOBBY HAT il tyr &ivery, era. It is more fatal to chickens than prostrated as to bo confined to my iuoro right on tho- - issues of tho day than been rendered still moro delicate by Horr SchauRlers, who uses, to every threo parts trying all other diseases combined. But the bed most of tho time. After it is at present. Governor Hill of New of chloride of palladium, one part of various prescriptions, without benefit, STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE York. discovery of a remedy mat positively my physician finally determined toglvo chloride of gold. Tho increase of sensitivecures it has been made, and to be conSTANFORD, KY me Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I took It, ness may bo partly duo to catalytic action, Indeed, IIu Won't. and tho effect was magical. I seemed vinced of its efficacy only reruires a Perhaps Mr. Blaitio will kindly explain that is, to the mere presence of tho gold, to rally from the first dose of this trial, bottle is enough foi why sowing women in this city," working perhaps to tho action of traces of ucctylcue medicine, and, after using only three J. M. HUIIARD, A. M..PRESIDENT. on garments that aro "protocted" fntin upon tho gold solution. The solution used one hundred chickens. bottles, am as well and sound as ever." It is guar-anteefor making tho papor contains per cent, CO to 70 per cent., can only earn from 40 Rodney Johnson, Springfield, 111. s If, after using of of chloride of palladium and 14 per cent, of to 80 cents a day? New York World. Eighteenth )ear bejfini on a bottle) the buyer is not thoroughly chloildeof gold. One pint costs about PRO'RS. W. H. JACKSON & CO., Cherry Os., und will steep filter papor enough for satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken It In, Indeed, u Wondur. 3, 88 LONDON, KV 8,000 to 11,000 tests. Tho mum sources of Cholera, return it to the undersigned rnsFAnxD bt Now that Klavery li abolished tho error are tobacco smoke, stoves, and smoky Good turnouts and saddle horses always for hire and your money will be refunded. wonder is that wo over tolerated it as long Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Matt. which let carbonic oxide into tho most Carefully aelected corpi of leaclicn. Thorough on reasonable terms. London it theplaces convenus wo did. So it will bo with tho war tat chimneys, vapor t f fusel oil, onion smell, in tha For tale by McRobe rls A StK, Stanford. ient point on the railroad to reach Bold by all Drafgliu. Trice il ; six bottle,$J. room, the Initruction, Oood discipline. Heat methods. now collected under the deluslvo numo of mercury 10 in the mountain section of the Slate, 44 Send for circular. vujkt, and sulphuroted hydrogen. Philadelphia Times. protection. answer signify. "The rato of wages." What wages? pro-duce- e Tho United States Ftih Commission lately s, ont off to California six hundred live liireo hundrndand tlfty of which arrived tiufcly at Sacramento. Several had" previously been mndo to send live lobsters across the North American continent, but hud fulled. In tho present Instance, us we lenru from Sctente, Colonel McDonald, Fish Commissioner, personally suerititoiidi'd tho ixickiUK of tho lobsters. A erato or Iwx devised by the Into Captain Chester wus used. This was placed within another larger box, thu Intervening space being filled with pounded lee. In tho luner lxx tho lobsters were placed between layers of rock weed, w lilch at times win moistened with him water. Rich bo had an Independent drain, so that the fresh water from tho melting Ice could not enter tho lobster box. The temperature of thu latter was degrees Fahrenheit. kept at forty-tivA Fiita Commission car was used, the boxes along tho ido of It serving as tho outor box of tho combination doscrlbcd above; one hundred or.ittM, cui'h containing six lobsters, being placed In them, and with Ico. Koch morning before sunrise, a careful Inspection uf tho lobsters was made, and those that had died wero redied; tho moved. The llrst day forty-liv- e second day, fifty-fivAfter that tho mortality was much lens. All of those that died were In an advanoedstnte of shedding, and were in poor condition when thoy of tho threo hundred and started. Ouo-hul- f fifty lobsters that arrived safely on the Pacific coast wero placed in tho ocean north of San Francisco, and tho other half south. The condition of the water In that region is similar to that of tho Atlantic oft the Massachusetts coast. The temperature is about the same, but it is more constant. Tho lob ster on the Massachusetts coast crawls out iatodeep water in tho summer, where the temperature is low, but It is thought that tho equablo temperature of the Pacific will enable tho lobster in thoso waters to spend the whole year lu one spot. lob-storo the Ptsrinr. her ii II. II Klnir, One if the best In Lincoln Co , I t.u Acrei 50 Acre fruit farm Acres kvuii knob land, will be old Oito- Seiul lor Mil with complete Information. , I Mori-land- G.0FFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. Ky Mountain Lands I I hwo (if Mountain. Coal 400 acres more or and Timber I.alids that will tell at a bargain I room to rent tor a furniture and undertaking, hanlwure or tinner' establishment Thecare good for andajs For further informs, W M K C A I F, nutiun, write to Ilarboumllc, Ky 33 1 le, hentore 1 TO BUILDERS j I I am actit lor 1 lie Cincinnati Porter Iron Hoof ing Company and am prepared to furnish their wliiflHHBli WAIjIj FAFIER and FTTKITITUIIIE. B. K. WEABEHT,, 11 IRON ROOFING At $1 6;-ti- duett a trill 75 per viuarc, nail, paiut, I .Vi , I. MlKl.lON. Itouland, included, K, POWDER Absolutely Pure. "XjOITDD&j CO., COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. ko Mo FENNY iff to A. S. PRICE, (jSi-tf- SURGEON DENTIST, 0. H. M'ROBERTS, al K 'ppjjjj HOUSE. toA'mVAT.:: DI "Z-ABJ- largest and finest; STMF0RD PLKEIRG KILL Flooring CO ZiTTMBEB. Sidings, Celling, Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, Ilrnckets, Scroll Work, Frames, Snsli, Doors, Illlnds, Veranda Work, SINE, Superintendent. -- I r MY MEAT SHOP MYWR8 MOTJEIL, well-kno- i Mo (Co BTCJPUilYo MERCHANT TAI LOR FALL AND LAND FOR bent-upen- fobTsa:le. House and Acres Land WINTER GOODS. NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. WOOD WALLACE, GESTS' JACKSON HOUSE ! Sj-t- r - i DAVIS SAW MILL FOR SALE!." 1 THAT FIGHT light-tight- d General Merchandise, 1 1 a2-o- jS-l- io-6- ' SFECTJLATIOIT. well-stoppe- d OT Ail ROSIER, BANKER AND BROKER rrl 1 ' GEOGHEGAN, o j y I 6 AITTEH' Cholera s ; For Home Use. CHEW work-ingme- FALL HATS, TOBACCONET. world-reuown- W a 50-cen- d. two-third- Ayer's Pectoral, Monday, September If-- ji HL . . lmmrmfm -- . j J A irtt-i VJt t:: "jj- - !i'l jjjn-.a i,ij JU stJLJ-- j W..4. .uk &i J',L, ioiiiiii ralil i ' I Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal 2G, 1888 KentuckyCentralR.R. fi) lomsviut NtwAiaATCHimollt(5: j u to III Stanfohd, Ky., Octoiiek "llLiUJfl Oltv-S- ltOUTJC." ROUTE JcfrKine, n colored ninii, who died Friday at Nannie, On., claimed to be 128 ycnranld. He was born n slave in Virginia. It is reported thnt Hiehnrd Ten Itroeck, tbo noted tnrfnuin, ban gone in H.me and is in the euro of n keeper at Munlo Park, California. Washington City made n attempt to close her saloons Saturday, the result being that the drug stores sold out their entire stocks of spiritous Hemi-annu-fru-lnen- A NEW FAST MAIL Leaving lloili- THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST From To all 1'olnts CENTRAL KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI - Daily, Sec.ires to Traveler,- THE MOST RAPID ROUTE F.vcr attempted between th great commercial cities on the Ohio Kivcr anil Chicago, and hence the fastest time and most comfortable train all point in the South, or tn the West anil Northwest. The counterpart of thi train on all trunk tines is denominated The Limited Ksprct. The superb rolling stock we employ gives patron Unlimited Comfort "At all Coupon Ticket Offices In the South you will find our time table and tickets. Say Mo-no- n, get Motion and stick to Monon, il you want to save mnnev and have a pleasant lourncv. PAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. SCHF.DULF. IN KFFKCT MAY ao, No. ?. South-Houn- I88S III No. 4. Dally. o 38 p 10 V4 p 10 50 p 11 30 p 10 55 p 11 tl fr m m in tn CO The Superintendent of tbo Uailway Mail Service reports tlint on the 14.'l,7i:t miles of railroad and 5,1)72 miles of steamboat routes, operated by 5,01)1 clerks, there were killed during the year 4 clerks; (Kl were seriously wounded and 45 slightly. V.i. Sun. (teneral Passenger Agent, Chicago. City Ticket Agent and Officers. 4th Ave., Louisville, Ky K. A. IIucknkr, I. M.Torrrnck, uo Vine t , Cincinnati, Ohio K O. McCOKMICK, I.ve Covington..., I.veCynlhiana Arr Paris Arr Lexington. . I.ve Paris Arr Wincheter.. Arr HichniDiid. Arr Lancaster-- ,. Arr Stanford. Lve Richmond .. -- . Arr Herea- Arr Lexington... .. North-llout- Lve Falmouth u; Chesapeake & Ohio PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID ! 8 30 11 m 10 uj n m 11 05 a m 40 a in 11 30 p m 11 50 n m 35 p m CO p tn 5 10 p m 6 no p m 05 3 10 5 45 p in 3 4 8 30 5 10 6 10 05 p III p in p m p l it I). '" 111 r jc p in m J 10 6 1 ti r '2 8 18 8 4" TRAINS. p in LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. The (Jreat To Washington, Richmond nnd Old Point Comfort. To IE.A.ST and T. p in m No. 3. 10 No. 111 1. No. 5. A Louisvllo WEST It, '87. Clnollnnatl AND "i I I Connection2direct for all point in the THROUGH TRUNK LINE. To The WEST NORTH - WEST SOUTH-WES- No. 4. Dally "No. a. SOUTH & WEST Wuh IN KFHtCTNOV Daily Kx. Sun. m m m m m Livingston.. Lve Here Richmond..., Arr I.ve" Stanford .. .. I.ve Lancaster. Arr Kichmond... I.ve' Richmond... Arr Winchester Arr Paris Lve Lcxlugion .. ... I.ve Tans I.ve Cvnlhiana I.ve Falmouth. Arr Covington. . . Sm 5 43 1 a in a a It 5 fl a in 45 50 6 50 8 as 11 I 10 U) it " 111 a '"! a ml.. a in a ml .p 11 30 p in 5 p in S II 3 p in P 3 4 a in 3 ni a 111! 3 jo no p 9 e6 a 111 4 30 to 0 a i 5 5 4. 5' I' 6 no p in 3$ a in 0 50 j on p I15 30 ".; 1 pn p 1 P p 1 ' Louisville To Nashville, Memphis, Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. Only one chance to point in daily except Sunday Nu t leases Covington at 830am. nrritcal Falmouth at 10 30 a ni; Sund-i- ) only. So u leave Falmouth at 4 30 pm, arrive at Covington in ot 6 30 p m, Sunday mil)- - No 15 lease l.exing Ion 7 15 p m, arrives Paris 7 55 p m No. 8 U'aes Lexington Division Train run by Central ti me Covington 3 o p 111, arrises Falmouth t jw p No 7 leave Falmouth at j jo a in, airivs-- at Cos Main I.iae Train eat of Huntington run lis Kat cm lime, which i one hour faster than Central ington at 7 50 a m ni m m ni 111 7 00 p ml 6 50 a I.omville 10 35 p mill 50 .1 Arr Lexington White tulphur Spring. 3 10 a 5 10 ti m ii 40 p Chatlottsvtlle V.MJunct " Kichmond 9 to p in 3 50 p " Newport New 10 35 a m 6 3$ P 11 ui 1 m 7 00 p " Old Point Coin (nit " Norfolk ill 40 a tn 7 40 P " Washington 40 p in 8 tl p " lliltinmre. 5 ,u9 3 P " 111 tn P " Philadelphia juiain o a I1 6 lo a nil 6 a " New York Lve J m IVitis at 11, at J jo, p 111, arriving at a m, and 740, p in. No. in 50, leave Maysvilte at 6 00, a in, arriving at Pan at Maysville at 105 ami 8 o, am. N0.1t leave arrives at Paris it 3 $, p in. These train ate n the 9 30, a m Maroitlc llranch, No. 9leaves and No. 10 Maysvillc at ms I rl . :i U ) ARKANSAS At., nr write tn & TEXAS. EMIGRANTS Seeking home on the line of thi ro.nl w ill receive Special rates, 4JSee agent ot thi Company Tor rates, routes C. P. ATMOKK CI. . & T. A., LouLUIIe, Ky 7 36 p m it 11 a ni: Clifton P Uman Sleeping Car on all through train. Old Dominion Steamship leave Nnrlork on Mon- dap, Tuesday, Wednesday, Ihursday and Satur diiy at 6 30 p m for New ork. For TirkeM, Rates, Information, etc., apply to Icket office or address Oen' Pass Ac W C WICKI1AM, II. W FUI.I.KR, Receiver. Chirl-tn- No. u, daily 4:45 a ni; Ml Ster835 a in; arrite at Cincinnati via Winchester 11 35a in. No ii, daily except Sunday, leave Cinctnnnti joop m; Lexington $35 p in; arrive Ml Sterling 711 p m;Oile Hill 9 Jo P in No. 5, daily, leave Clifton Forge at 7 no a m; Charleston I J 30 p in; arrive Ashland 5 40 P nS Colnmbus 1117pm No. 6. daily leave Ahland 7 10 a in; arrive at ADDITIONAL TRAINS. cept Sunday, leave Olive Hill ling 7 roam; arrwe Lexington time. e. tli It DAII.V KXCKPTSUNDAY NO I'K. Train 3 and 4 are dailj between Win. Chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other other trains are daily except Siinda) . Direct connection is made at Winchester with Chsapeake K Ohio for Mt. Slerliuc. Ashland Hiictingtoti, Charleatan, W. Va. and Kastcrn cities FnSTI.INK- - No. 3 and 4 run via Winihes ter.ASohd trains with Pullman Sleeping Car, be tween Cincinnati and Kichmond, Va., and Winchester and Washington. Through tickets and baggage checked to any destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars address any agent nf the Co. K ti K.I W U. 1IACON, I raveling- gt., I'aVr Aet., Oen'l Pass'e'r A rx. wuiinjiivn, l.cxinKlun, iy. ILK HUNTINOTON, Ocneral Manager. S. r . . MOKal, tr w GonOfflcen. Covington, Kentucky. ft -- isiffCTfflttTTr,wmMyw"ll"".'Mmwly'rCTr,rp"tntT"'''p,T'lt,r''''1111 u v.--. IC41 3 illt.K ir T ti I to I raveieM INTERIOR JOURNAL. SUPPLEMEN Stantoki), Ivy . Outoiiku Tin: l.lttlo Red 'JO, 18H8 that liu woulil Histoid a jruiitlmimn coiiii) from tin mountains majority to Lincoln county with ami tliat Ills liott of election wan based Unn tlio (imbibition vote, wliicli lie thought would draw enough strength from tlio democracy to j;ive liliiiu majority. Democrats wlio are deluded by the belief that they oujht to show a bund for temperance, hIiouM stop and tliluk that there in no temperance in such a course. Nooe cannot be elected. Kwcll can only be by democratic defection. I, The court hold that the State law prohibiting both the mauiifactiue and' the Kale, except for medical, culinary and sacramental purpose, is not in cnnllict with the interntato provisions relative to commerce, and sustains tile decision nfj the Iowa conrtH. The Richmond, Nlcholiisvllle, Irvine has been let. to & Reattyville Itailrond the Ohio Valley Improvement ami Construction Co. from Versailles to Reatty-vilfor?-- , KKt.tXH), which incluilcs the building of all depots, stations and sid, ings, and the necessary and the work is to be completed by .Ian. law. li round-houses- LIST OF CLAIMS S 1 , ' A 1 1 COl'NIY it flK kl M t 1 'I'll c fiillnwiiit; m till' Wll (i lulu r I null " " 1.11 ill the I limit tli.it of 1'l.liinv IMS, In lit I.INl'lil K, I N, Is'1 L I Alcurn, Sawi-- t , r l.il mctllcal iillentinii In Hiupir J 5 V Ml SUIIIC, " ' Abr,ihiim, (!. C. J iki " ilii) ' Atcuiii, D.ivlil, rat'il ) Allnril, II. IS., ilcrk til Angutt clcftlim, iHg, j ikj " Alton. l c . i.finr rmil 1 5i llluiiki'iilili, llenrj, iluylttiuliiiK-iiiN- k 1 Alfuiil, an'K"i " ti) " m " " '. iml, " " " i) t 1 1WKI. lt.ill.itil, Jvcpli, lliitkii Willum, J 7 i 4 Wk learn that ' I'ulliam, IIciiihIIiI L'. II., i ili' IiuhIim im ct. iimiI in ih DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING. an lltll, t'li.illi- It , WoIJIhc mi imtHtMI. who used to rillm; type in thin ollice and Sjini', hnnllH iin.l fHrHUttiHkr liimkor on Crab Diehard, Saturday afternoon, Oct. who known the newspaper business from - la no count) tinJ, A to Z, has purchased the .Metver Say-- , 21. lion. .1. A. Craft. Klector. lions. T. Itvuetlici, I!n , Uy' li ihIIiir " rttul, M Alcorn. " 1 iiiKsand Doinjwof Mr. T. M. Cardwcll I'. Hill and. I. ' lluliii. A. It.,,1 Hi4, t McKinney, Satunlay nilit, Oct. '.'7,! IUiIim A Collier, iNiiilnir Air in the future. and will run it MifClHilHltw itcvuMHl, V. Alcorn, .1. It. I'axlou lilt Hodden beiiiK k'Ml ncwsp.i- - l I lou. .lames Ikillx), Ir Slft, murt. llSi In iHWtf, Ji K. Viirnon. is an artist of no and per man, Mr. I'ulliam !) " ' MlH Stanford, Monday afteriiiMin, (Kit. 'J!,1 ; mean ability and a novelist ofwiinc note. Stmt, ' I Ions. M.. I. Durham and T. I". Iliillam.i " " Suiiit. ' Hero's looking at him. ; m Oct. lUilrjrii, V. It., j tUf'tlMalhif n Vnynebinv. Tuesday afternoon, llrniiiMKli, lr. (J W., hhmI. Jll. fMNrtrr 71 i. ISO, IIhii. M. .1 NEWS CONDENSED. Durham and It. C. linwl.mtHHi-HnsNl.J II n4. Mr. John llrBriliil. VV, It , IimuIIiik (.5. yU. " 1" nl rtl, I uh yi - ' 1 red-ho- ro-M- t)' 4 , I -- 1 rs, . . Wlir-IVI- l. 1 JP. UltellllCllll, NUUMllV alteriliMill. MiV. ! .II..1I..H .iii.ii.. Miller and . I. A. Chappell. . w'- ways. A crowded excursion rvlnrniii Kiiipivillc, Satunlay iiIkIiU Nov. 3, fnim Naples nin into a landslide and !((' ' wcro killed and as many mom wounded. Hon. .1. V. Alcorn aril W. It. Varnon. Ssmkim: In afternoon at I ami at iiIl-I-i Tin? Supreme. Court mistttineil the of the Iowa proldhltiou at 7 o clock. constitutionality r,.ilr.L.,l-nr- .. Am.-ri.- - The Supreme Court of New Yoik Iliuhliiiiil, Wednesday afternoon. cl. has at last sustained t lie will of Samuel II Mil::i, Woii.Tln. W. Varnon. .1. Tilden. ler ami C. It. Itell. .lohu Tewuicy sold last week to I'rcaehersvillc, Wednesday iihtht. Oct. rithers A Heard (5 broke mules at cliM. :tl. lion. VV.O. Wunsfoiil, .1. It. I'aMou Advocate. W. '.. Varuon. The Farmers' Review, of Chicm-ii- , In ami South I'ork Station, Thursday aftera careful estimate of the com, puts Hie noon, Nov. I, lion. T. W. Varnon and total yield for 1.VSS at .'.KKl.tiiO.S.'.S hush- - A K. els. Milled-vilK Thursday nlulil, Nov. I, VV. R. Waynes, the bm. It. .1. Itrvekourldp' and A. K. didate in the tt It Conj:rcs.sinual I) liny. has withdrawn from the hopclr Ilitstonville, Friday afternoon, Nov. li, IbuiM. It. .1. Itrcckcmld" and .hum's W. It is stated that Coimrcssman So e Alcorn. is the only member of the lloue whoj lirkdit's school limine, Friday nlubt, unpivccdcnt-- i B.it evoiy ilay duriuu the No. J, A. K. Denny and W. II Varnon. edlv loin: session, just elos-- d. Co-ni- I JU-j- k. U llrtiml, W I . ( Ilnlbift, Win , MMUftrj r4Kai lar II Urtt, ll M . Ih-h- 4'. Mr, nliv '. n Mlcr, 10 i ti " P ' Ib.m, rUuikmcM, MfHijp I.l aty IWI, Iimh 4 , 11 war hr " C rf tut T Vu li O.mi. r. iwaj, - 1 y v . 4 i.i ot llrmiH A ftrtOat. laatKtr far fwnaiy rami. nu, wurkiMa w .11 IwnmlHaa l'- ij r t on llc I. IWa fr lrWra ,cmiatf rl, an ttaj'i riaaliag ( ttHMtl Iin4, la Htolrt.W C , UWH J lM4rM avaaiiat, ; t'nlatwaa ara )UtH(M. 4y ' iualir " M- I di-trl- WwlilHCt. 4 llmHW), rHIWft A l'a . llnraw, Ha.il. R. I. - taM !. " ' " twtrl - 111 "'' arwi Hm- mi.-tes- t. ,ja4 AaaM ilaciwia " " " laTM, mn . Uril. Jafca, ' J fl., Haafli, I) A . 4lMf 18 Haaa,Jt4ia ,aJi- UtiairwMa, J I' ; tm4ar l ' . 1 i " , rfcrk tMMtNa M , 4s H Mai tar w llraalMw J t. . lajl". J alrfi A . , McImmI a iwiialtaaaal, l"M larMW Claw. I tnr'a Hi NiT " ua a lls.tr, J lUuia S a Ha att fin, at fXhti...- gtnt. Jut- . .p' Char)" - - flft IL- - l mm m . m4 Ma i- an a - C i . , Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial. Hats, Cap? :HOT45 Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal 2G, Stanford, Ky., October 1888 W. F WALTON, LIST OF CLAIMS ' Caldwell, D V i j.3 " " 3 JO Ssme, making coffin for pauper, 3 00 ' Same, t 00 Caldwell: C O , i da)'s hauling on co. road 3 12 Caldwell K U ,Jr .surveying county road, 300 Carpenter, Dr. J. O., med. nttcn. to paupers 24 00 ' bame, 0 00 Crow, Henry, day' hauling on co. road, 3 50 (.oilman I.lntlsey, a " 5 00 Carter, Kd., t ' " a jo Carter, (5. L., a " " S 00 Carpenter, A. V i 3 75 Curtis, Monroe, a j 00 Chandler, Wm., malm; coffin for pauper 15 00 (.handler, 1. A., 3 da)' hauling on co, road 750 Compton, F K., merchandise account, 11 o 1 Grcsham, W. R., making coffini, Gaddia, Thoa., j da)s' hauling on co. road " " Garni, Wm iH ' " Guest, David, a " Green, V. A., t " Same. Gooch, C, C, merchandise account days' hauling on road Goocn, K. M, a Grcsham, W. II., making co fins, Gooch, M. II., Judge August election, 188S, " t " Gtvens, It. If. clerk " Gooch, John W sheriff " Good,'lhos., days' haulingou co. road Gibson, Wm , land taken for county road Helm, J T assignee for V II. Grcsham, mating coffins, Helm, John T., a days' haiiKng on co. road Hiatt, T J., keeping Susie Ann KIrkpatrick 11.1). , J, K., days' hauling on co, road, Ilunn & McClure, merchandise account, Hiatt, It. P., for lumber, Hill, T D. 4 days' hauling on county road 1 3 1 "3 3 73 a days' hauling on co, road, 500 7S0 60 Owens, S. M. jailer's account, 15 00 3 7J O'Neal, V, S. medical account. 3 30 3 00 Oaks, Jos. 1 day's hauling on county road 50 Owsley, J.S.Jr. clerk August election, i8S3 too ' " a 00 30 Pollard, P. T clerk 31 30 in 03 Powell II. F, 9 days' hauling on co. road 10 00 5 00 Oaks, Joseph 5 o0 a no a 00 13 30 630 I'cttus J. D. medical account. ' " 7 S Same " " 3 00 Same 6 00 " Same 116 63 3 jo Penny, A. R , drug 1 90 Pleasants R. II. day's hauling on co. road 2 30 1 37 30 Pleasants, If. A. lumber lor county road Pe)ton J. F. medical account " " 00 Sune Same Same 4 S 3 a 7 15 34 3 00 00 a jo 30 70 Same Same ,ti 1 " " " " " " " " " 00 3o o 3) 1 Suinc. same, Same, Same, Same, " " " 48 cm ' 1 34 18 00 00 CO 5 00 Carter, James, Carson, W. Same, Crow, 3 1 J., days' hauling on co. road u u 7 3 1 50 Ciirson, J at T i 1 1 1 Ilenrj, " " " ' ' " 50 3 ' Cowan, (! M , 54 Curtis, J. T judge August election, 18SS, 00 Caldwell, K U., Jr., clerk ' a 00 Carson .J K Judge ' 2 00 Coffey A judge " 3 co Carpenter I. C , judge " ' a 00 Ciiriu., W H., aheriff 3 40 ' Carrier, S. M., Judge " 3 oo Carpenter, I) K Count) Attorneys fee. 00 Cooper Geo. H., making Index to F.stits . Papers and Wills, . 301 00 Same, making LUt of Coiuc.sances, 35 00 jJiiuuerar, Jns , 4 days' hauling on co road 10 00 Drje, Or W. S., medical atten. to paupcta 67 50 Pcnn), A K , t day's hauling on co road, a 50 I)au;herty, Geo ,a 3 00 Dawson, I, L .Judge August election, 18SS, 3 00 Dr)c S (',., judge 3 OO Dre, John, 3 days' hauhng;on county road, 7 50 Hdmiston, D II., merchandise account 191 58 r.imore, M. 11., 63 30 Kdwards. Geo 3 diys' hauling on co, road 7 5 , .. Kan, Richard 1 " S 00 ,1 Same, a 1. 5 00 Klkin W S Jr. sheriff Aug.election, 1888 2 00 F.lmorc E, S judge t " 3 00 F.nglcman II F., merchandise account, 75 Kergiisoii, J. C, hauling on county rmd. o 23 Fowler, Clifton, Pre , lumber for co road. 50 Foster. T. J. V; da)' hauling on co. road,' i Pcrrill. J. A mdse. acct, $3; rejected. Farris. H. C. merchandise account, 48 00 Gooch It. St , 7 das' hiuling on co. road 5 00 Genrgc, Henry, merchandise account. 3 00 Same, J 001 ue, 50 3 50 3 75 3 Hutching K. Chadwick mdse. account, 37 13 Hocker, J T., merchandise account, 133 00 Hughes I'. S., 4 day's hauling on co. road 10 00 Hendricks, J H , bur) ing papers, 300 Hocker, J. T & Co., inerchandiic account 31 00 coffins, Huffman, Mack making 10400 e keeper, Holmes, Mrs, Sue, 3,143 Higgins,Wui.,ada)s' hauling on co. road, 3 00 Hamilton, Isaac merchandise account 3 00 Hubble Levi, 3 days' hauling on co. road 7 30 K. medical account so 00 H)sen, Dr. Hubble S. astgned by J C. Hill for keeping pauper, 31 35 3 50 Isham, Wm t day 1 hauling on co. road " " 3 00 I Johnson, Hiram s $ 90 Jones, K. W. drug account, 4 00 Johnson, J. M. fee hills, Johnson, W D. sheriff August election, 18SS 3 18 Kirkpatrlck, David, da)'s hauling on road 3 30 " " 1600 Light, James, 4 poor-hous1 Ha), J C, 3 " " 10 00 750 100 Prewitt Millburn siewer on county road " o Prewitt Jns II. ' to 00 Pastnn J II. prosecuting Jas. Crow 374 Pleasants It. A. lunibor lor road, 36 00 Richards M. L. goods furnished pauper hauling on road 3 30 Robinson, Richard, day's a 00 Rom! J. F. clerk August election 18SS Rice Peter col'd blasting roci on co. road i 3 ' Reynolds, J F ) da)' hauling " " 7S Rout W It. 3 So Rout W. G. hauling on county road, 70 00 Reid Hugh, medical account Re) Holds, llartcy, I day's hauling on road .5"l 1 4 Same I " 2 1 (, " " Long. Wm. JJ " " Light Wm. 4 medical account, Lewis, T. II. ' " Same " " Same " " Same Long, II. 3 days' hauling on count) road Long.J.W. Lamb, Joseph j Long, Wm. 1 1 13 10 00 13 30 40 S 6 00 18 7 00 50 5 " Martin, John a " " " ' " " ' 3 00 J J" 5 00 45 65 Metcalfcv roster merchaudite account, " Martin A. C. " " Same J "o 3 00 Re)nolds Clark utwer oncaunty road Russell M. T 7 day's hauling on co. road ' Robinson A. C. i " " Kohinson Harvey 3 " Richards W. T. cs Co iner.haudie arct. Siuipsoii, C. II. sheriff August election, 18S8 " Sims Henderson judge Steele, I F merchandise account Sandidgc, C T, da)s hauling on co. toad " Spcilbergcr, Adam 1 " ' " Skidmore, JohnS ij Sandidgu Wolford making cuflins Stringer, John 3 da)' hauling on co road " " hpoonaiiiore, A. L " Simptou Alfred ' " Shurron, John 1)4 Simon, J I", making coffin bkuhnure Winfred land taken for co. mad Perry, C. W. tlirk August election Traj lor, John, 4 day's hauling on co. road ' " Ta)lor James 'lra)lur, (!. A. medical account 1 1 1 1 30 00 30 33 17 1 7 J" It 78 3 00 3 i 6 uo 1 30 30 37s 7 5 311 00 30 J 30 3 73 $ 00 1 m 00 j 1 0.1 13 30 1 4 McKnbertscs Stagg drug account 4333 3 on Miller Dan citing Count) llomls McMulIln Gieen lumber lor county raid, 1010 MulluvsSani s days' hauling on co. road 730 o Moran Jos. siewer on county road, 10 00 Martin J. T 4 day s hauling on co. road Moore, D. K hauling A building stone wall 33 00 Same 4 da) s' hauling on county road 1000 idtys" hauling on co road Same, 500 " 10 0.1 Moore Jame I'. 4 " 'S3 2 00 McRolicrts P. M. judge Aug. election " 2 8j Middleton S. A sherifl 193 on Mutlins, K It medical account Newland, A. I) 1 da)s hauling on co. road 3 00 " Newland Chris 3 50 Nunmlley, A. 1. Iisery, Ac, 43 03 . Newland, T. D. 'ee hills, 43 00 O'Hannon, W II medical account 5 30 1 , Same Same Mine Hell, a W " ' " " ' '' "7 17 17 I 11 1 3 00' Same Ssmc Same " " " " " " 3 ing on road, it 5 Terry J, T, serving summons 30 lanner K, I., merchandise account in on " Vandevccr D, W. " too cm Varnon, Judge T, W. Co. Judge's salar) 800 00 Vanarsdall. J. W 3 da) ' hauling on co road 500 Walls, Mrs. pauper) 3600 Wine G G, clerk August election 1888 3 00 " 3 00 Ward, R. II. judge " Wright J F judBe 2 oo Withers Wash day's hiuling on co mad 250 ' Withers S. I.. 311 Watts J. II, merchandise account ?i 33 3 vo 00 Williman Joseph making coffin 49 30 00 Walton W. P. printing account, Ac 13 ou 00 Wearen I!. K coffin" &c 1 Tucker Ira) lor J. It. " " It. furnishing lumber and 1 da)' hauling on - co, road hull- 30 o u 00 10 00 3 00 30 300 "3 cfWtrtHon"thea's' In the eaaio trades. "veuty-iou- r Hours. ' TT 1 r ; minds the middle, aged man of the cus- toms of the. past long after their utility toms of his nnecstors. When the. man hits vanished. The selllsh and grasping who could do most within himself make bunellolary of our protective, tarllf perceives these tendencies and enors his own shoes and clothes, shoe his own StanfoW), Ky , OuTonr.it 20, 1888 horse, among the masses, and Instead of labor-In- g eic, was most prosperous. Liketo dispel their ignorance, he, with all wise each community and nation had to ho largely Thes" princi- tho skill and energy inspired hy hiliions SJ.CWALTON, UU8, MUHQROr ples of life, however true once, are whol- of plunder in view, ransacks all tho ly iuapplicahle now. Cheap and rapid realms of lAfumy for fallacies with which Wall J. K, viewer nn county road ni transportation hy steam power has made to har the entrance of the litfht of truth. " Wrlnht W.L. The democratic party In this campaign Wlircltlon John U. t day hauling nu road 150 exchange of products so convenient that 'success lies in an entirely dlll'erent line faces no ordinary foe. It must he a herjof action. I'ndcr thiscluingcd condition culean task to ovcretiuc thu uiuiny en ) State of kmtucky, County f Lincoln, new principles of economy art! Introduc-- ' trenched hchlnd the practice of a ipuir-te- r I (icoge II. Cooprr Clerk n( the Lincoln Co, a line of a century and the Ignorance of l a true Hit of imI; division of lahor Is reduced to Court, do certify that the foregoing (lie October Court n( Claim point; each individual, community and ages; fortllled hy hilllous of phuuleied the claim allowed at the October term, 18S8 from the record of my nation must pursue that character of treasure with which they will remorseo lice Wilneit my I1.111J a Clerk of aul Court harmony with natural conditions; lessly attempt todehauch the American tliii il iluy of October 1888. ' and the products of one locality and voter. To comhat all this array of prejC.KO II COOI'KK those of another. udice, Ignorance, lies, fallacies, siihter-fuge- s exchanged for Clerk I.iiHoh Couiitv Court Tins mode of life drinks man into harmoand stolen treasure, we have the ny with natuial surioundings and pro- llrni conviction of the righteousness of Protective TarllT Bated on Ignorance. (To the KdiOr of the Interior Journal duces the greatest p.tssihlc result for hn our cause and the ahldlng conlldeiice It is obvious why tint manufacturer in man lahor. that truth and right will ultimately preSin favor of protective turill'. That tin1 ' KAItM I'ltOIHVIS. NI IIOMKMVUKKr Vail. mosses shall tolerate, this unnecessary It is surprising with what persistence Jittrdcn and sanction it hy their voles in this argument is urged. Kvcn the Senate Bucklen's Arnica Salve. contrary to all reason and sense, ltotli Coiuiuiltee, in its recent report, makes Thrlu'M take in the world lor cuU. bruko, Her, otr, ultcn, ill rhonm, ter ..rt. U "kill trup hy theory and practice, protection is provthis one of its strongest points. In face Hani. rlillMllu. iini..iilnl all ed to ho ruinous to national life. The of (he fact that we expoited laxt year 'tioiu, and tkil) nrr pllo. " no pay resecret I lien of this protection Idea anions ahiiut $.'ihl,(K)il,iHMI quired It l uuarinked to ukeperkit talMuc-woi Hi of farm pro nations must he found elsewhere than in I'nc. lin or u..nev ttliiinl.d Manlnrd. ck I"' ducts and that nature has ptvuliaily It IVnny. Its utility. There, are many Inherited this country for agticiiltuic, this ar- ForakliA ideas and tendencies prevalent anions gument is so utterly ahsiird as to confuse Is Consumption Incurable ? men that can ho traced to no rational lit. Wc scarcely know how to refute Mr C II MorrU. SVw. tiniiIIiIm Itr.nl of protective source. The in such a hr.t.en fallacy. Although any urk. Aik , H). "Wa. loo with AI..i ol tarilF, no douht, may he found in the inthinking mind miiil know that high lar-- ! Ihcl.Minr.. amllrlend.and phH.lan prmoHtni--eIkgun takherent taint of selfWhtiess and me uiuess Ill', instead of enhancing the value of me im .in In. mi.iM mnmtiptir HiMiinr lor I tinwiwplWtn, ing lr kins' N which has chilis to the race in it farm products, is year hy y.'itr crushing am mm im i) thud hnllle and able Morw lb., from harharisui to civilization. the very lift fro. our great agricultural work o im larm It l the howl medicine r and exclusion have hvu the interests. Yet this really a p it tit ar- mad.- - Jew MlildlrwrttU HrvStnr. num. is d r lUwMrrjr marked characteristics of ignorant ll.t4 It wKIwhIm !' Kin gument with the mascs, and will . ' W h'"" In dim lurharoiis peoples in all lor t OHMIMpllWH many, even farmers, to ii.p irt tne lrtt'ti- - W Am "" " t ' state mail conceives himself and his own protective pdiey. at '.' And why Is lHlhh.t l rwallh ' Sumptr hstlr to he greatly superior to his surround-lugs- ; Simply front au inherited sentiment. A It I'rmiV dfukt and shuns iutcrcmuse and ex- "Away hack" it wa very dillieiilt for Electric Bitters. change fiom fear that others may share and kiMH the farmer In market his product, and Thl. rriuoWi. Iw. Jinn" sent!-ihis gins! things. These inherited lh cMahhnhmcut of a factory in a com- popular a to need imi prl.il Htrtilhin All wlil .ante iwh( 'tits and ideas still cling to the huiiiau munity was a great heuellt; it did under iiawu-r- d KUtric lliinr. itn( ' ' d'" ul i A purer mlM-family and are the greatest harriers to pralthe circumstances furnish a home mar- granlr-d In do all Out 1. ilal progress. It is impnsslhlc o coiulut .1 ket for farm products. Now, under our vlll cuti- all dHMot thr I.Utr and kJ sentiment hy reason. .Most unfortunate system of rapid and cheap exchange, a iipV. will rmor 1'iwplr.. llnlU. U lll.cwi for ourHystem of government, the great Will cawMtd lMrr farmer living in sight of the largest man- otlur alfcln from tin- vh-h- i andM.l nti'ml a masses are unthinking, ami any doctriu drhr MalirU ufacturing city Hints no advantage in (he however false, ugreeahlc to their tenden- s:tle of his staple products. His wheat, Ktdl a rnrr all .Malarial I'r.rf. I'm rwr ol llvldaelio. CimllMlin and lrnititl(Hi In W"" cies and sentiments, is accept. si without (Sim and hacou may lind their ultimate lilt llilivr HbIi: alelueltMB Kanranltd question. I'lirr Jm- .ml l f "HH imtncv market in London or Amsterdam. iiomi: ritownio.v. A II lVnn,UrMtUiir Progress has heen so rapid in lie last Concurring with these inherited tenldie.Min. Cnl i.rnW dencies are certain principles Su prima-liv- VI years; such radical changes made in ,,e VM. m r Appllle. VMo Skin' life which were true even 10 yearn the economies of life, that the mind of ,uiwn. DiMinwi. l MrMMwii iMlW Shltoh, Vltrillwr ago, hut wholly false now. "Home pro- the average citien cannot kevp apace A Ma.SUMfr4. Kj.; Ch A C. Mkir.r, Jmki. Cn Orrtwi.l, k duction" appeals to patriotism and re- with them. His mind clings to theci- i- Ky ; K Semi-Weekly Interior Journal sy-tti- in I 11 1 ell-ma- te I . - j chap-po- d I lit-te- d I - g ri-- 11 . i- -I 111 iiillu-eiic- e ag.-s- I I In-- - Bs In-- r n ' Hm- - , - l KilrM-lllttr- i - - - I W e, 1. '' -, VV " -- .j -