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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888103001 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. ??' "Tpt- - Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30. 4888. HU9T0NVILLE. MT. VERNON, "dee-strix- NO. 75 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. e 9 .. D. KLASS. to ? m Stanford, Ky., Oct., 1888. LViVtho m i mmamwMA 'K, I , People ii FIsKTL oil iMW - ..- - .3SriTOTJasrOE3E3SrT.- SSSSSBsV' SBSHsSSSSSSSBBBft Lincoln and Adjoining- Counties: ' UVIM vou. I - Tn tluis tnlcing the liberty of addressing dp so merely to call your attention to a few, facts, which I feel certain can not fail to interest you. as it must interest those gifted with good judgment and common bCllHC! ' " issssssPlBssPHr CAPT. W. T. HAVENS, ' t y haveMieretofore announced in the Ixtkkiok Jolhsal 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 AsI '''.'' . i ' - . T . and with whom I have had dealings. I teel that I need no introduction to tell you who or what'lumi. Having been in your iniiUt for a number of years, and having always enjoyed the reputation forsquare,' 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 close out my entire stock by The editor and proprietor of the Mt. Sterling, was born May J8, 1842, in Morgan county, Ky. His youth wan spent, when not in school, on the farm and clerking in a store. He left school in Montgomery county Sept., 18(11, and enlisted in the Confederate army as a private; was promoted to flrst sergeant and second lieutenant, and at the end of one year's service was elected captain of Company K, :kl battalion KenSentinel-Democrat, January, 1880. without fail, f hereby Proclaim, Announce and Declare I tucky cavalry, and served in the campaigns in Southwest Virginia, Kentucky and Kast Tennessee, until August, ISM, when the command was transferred to Georgia, and took part in the battles of Chickamauga, Mission It'dgcnntl Wheeler's raid in the rear of ltosecraii's army. After January, ISiM, he was with (Jen. John II. Morgan until his death, and then under (Jen. Ilasil W. Duke till the close of the war, surrendering at Mt. Sterling, his parole beating date of April :;o, isa"). After spending a few months in Indiana, he returned to West Liberty, Ky., studied law and was admitted to the bar in ISM. He practiced his profession in Morgan and adjoining counties until 1S7.S, meanwhile taking a course in the law department of the of Louisville, where he graduated. While living in Morgan he was elected county clerk and county attorney, both of which oiliccs he filled with I'ni-versiVin-cenne- s, Having been out among the " all the week, I am badly behind in the way of news items. There seems to be but little excitement over the election; but appearances indicate that a full vote will be polled. Our village had a rousing and tell-- i ing speech Monday night from Watt Hardin, State Attorney. He had spoken in Liberty the same day, complained of being fatigued, but looked as fresh ns a daisy, and left for Frankfort at mid- night. Dr. Alcorn, with daughters Lucy and Mattie, and niece Kmma Ilunn, return ed from the Centennial Saturday. The doctor seems to have exten-- , sively with the big wigs of politics, gave Thurmun & Co. his views on the tariff nnd so arranged the campaign machinery aa to render Ohio secure for the democrats. The County Teachers' Association convened Friday niglitjn the Christian church at Turnersville,' ' and closed at noon Saturday. The attendance was fair, but not large enough to indicate any great enthusiasm on the progress of education. I presume the .secretary, Miss E. Morgan, will present an abstract of the proceedings. Next .Friday will be the day for examination of white applicants for certificates, and the Friday folhob-nobbe- That to enable me to do so and not to delay It any longer, entire stock of will oiler to the public my Clothing, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, SHOES, ty Hats, Caps and Furnishing Goods, fn such BAKGArXS and at such prices that I WILL OPEN YOUR EYES IN ASTONISHMENT THAT- - WILL GAUSE YOUR HAIR -- TO STAND ON THE END ! That will make Competitors Throw up thix Hands in Holy Horror ! That will induce the thief and tramp to renounce their profession, and come to mo to buy. This sale will make "free trade" afford you all ample "protection" and induce the am determined to make this miser to "reform" by wearing good clothes. SLAUGHTER AND MASSACRE Of prices sili RED LETTER DEY a IS THE HISTORY OF LIECOLE COUSTYl A sale that will tickle the old, gratify the young and 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 honor and credit. In 1S7S he moved to Mt. Sterling and the following year bought a half interest in the Sentinel. A year later bought the other half, and while working himself into the editorial harness worked himself out of the practice of the law. On the 1st of January, 18S4, the Sentinel was consolidated with the Democrat, the latter being owned by Judge D. B. Garrison. Havens it Garrison were editors and publishers of this paper until July 1, 188(1, when the former bought Garrison's interest and he since then has been the sole owner of the On July 1, 18tiS, he married Miss Mary Cartmell, at West Liberty, and they are the parents of two children, one only of whom is living, a daughter, Miss Florine. Capt. Havens was n gallant soldier in war and selves his country no less valiantly in peace. He has done much for his section in calling attention to its advantages and resources, and has fought many a successful battle for the democracy, of which party he is a tried and true member. His services were in a measuie recognized by being sent us a district delegate to the National convention at St. Louis in June last and he had the honor ill assisting in naming the great ticket of Cleveland and Thurnian and in sending to the country a declaration of principles that are sure to sweep it in unparalleled victory next month. The captain is a ready and forcible writ er and is socially as clever as he is courteous and popular. A member of the Christian Church, a Mason, an Odd Fellow and a democrat, there need be nothing further said of his standing as a man and as u gentleman. Sentinel-Democrat. The malingers of the campaign here have agreed to no whisky in the interest of any of the candidates. The floaters will have a dry time. Win. Parker, who was so badly cut by John Proctor circus day. is getting on fairly well and will probably recover. Proctor's trial is set for Monday. Mr. George T. O'Urynn, a popular young man, formerly railroad agent at Livingston, now of Earlington, will bo married to Miss Erie Pelton, of Owens-borNovember 14th. Dkjkk'kats ok Rockcastle. There will be a grand rally of Rockcastle democrats at Mt. Vernon, Suturduyt Nov. ti. All democrats' should attend. Good speakers will be- in' attendance. Ik- on hand, democraUi. S'ome one has been boasting thro' the Courier-Journ- al about the oldest democrat In the Stater sayirg he was !)J years old. Rockcastle is 'ahead of that considerably. Simeon Denny, of Level Green, this county, will 'bo 101 on the 8tli of December, and has' voted the straight democratic ticket ever since he attained his majority. W. V. Reppert is in from Washington to be at the election. Mrs. J. W. Nesbitt has returned from Casey county, where she had been to see her brother-in-laDr. Flanagan, who is very low lowing for colored. with pneumonia. Win. Poynter, Robt. We had u considerable ripple on the Joplinand Mart Hicks have gone tn surface of society Friday morning, caus- Pineville to rejoin Gen. Dutficld's sured by the announcement that John veying corps. S. W. Parris is in from St. and Miss Lillie Dunn had made n I oil is. flitting the previous night Gretna Green-warAfter being harrassed and opposed The gentleman boasts the ma- in everything they did, by men who ture age of l!l years; the lady two or should have upheld them in seeing tho three years younger. The contracting laws enforced, the town trustees have reparties were attended by Will Drye, Jr., signed and our village is once more left ("Doc") and Miss Clot" Logan. All re- to the tender mercies of the drunken turned Saturday afternoon and the mar- loafer and the rooting hog. It is a shame ried pair are snugly enconced at the that people cannot agree to have the home of the bride's mother. laws enforced. Instead of improving, the condition of things appear to be getDaniel Hand, of New York, who ting worse. Let the responsibility rest made a large fortune by investments in where it properly belongs. Southern lands, has just died, leaving a The soldiers' reunion Friday ami million of dollars for the education of Saturday was attended by about 200 of the colored people of the Southern the veterans. Roth parties were repreStates. sented. All seemed to enjoy themselves The republicans of Indiana are try- talking over their old campaigns, etc. ing to secure the votes of the prohibi- One disagreeable feature connected with tionists by telling them that, in the event it, which the committee and n number of republican success, they will disfran- of republicans claim not to have been rechise foreign-lorcitizens and thus make sponsible for it having been agreed that prohibition possible, without injuringthe politics should not bo discussed wasthe republican party. bloody shirt waving and a general reoA terrible accident was caused on pening of war issues by Gen. Fry in his the Chesapeake & Ohio at Charleston, speech at the Friday. A W. Vn by an open switch. A passen- large number of democrats and republiger train was thrown from the track, cans left the house, refusing to hear him killing Conductor Netherland and Fire- through. Among many of his misstateman Elkins, besids wounding many ments were these: "The bandana is au others. The care caught, fire and burned emblem of blood, war and strife. The up, causing a loss of S.'W.OOO or more to tariiris not paid by the consumer, but the Company. by the manufacturer." The general failCivil service examinationsshowthat ed to aid his cauwe, especially when ho Virginia women average about 15 per gave such a harangue under the surcent, higher than those from any other rounding circumstances. State in the Fnion, not even excepting Massachusetts. The commissioner part- COTTAGE FOR ly accounts for it by the fact that the Virginia women who apply for governMy cottage on Upper Main street, Stanford, ment places belong to classes that in next to W. II. Higgins residence. Also the cottage next door, now occupied by Mr. J P. Davis other States are sufficiently prosperous Possession to first named given nt any time and to Inlteron Nov. tath. MRS. LOTTIE HOLMES, not to seek such employment. Danville, Ky 73tf to-dao, d - - San-did- ge -- d. n court-hous- e RENT! Syrup of Figa Is Nature's own truo laxative. It is the most easily taken, and the most 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 the California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. A We are 111 Rich and Poor, I'rlnco and Peasant, the Millionaire and Day Laborer, by their common uso ot repthis remedy, attest the world-wid- e utation of Ayor's Pills. Leading physicians recommend these pills for Stomach and Liver Troubles, Qostlve-nes- s, Biliousness, and Sick Headache ; also, for ltlieumatisni, Jaundice, and ; conNeuralgia. Thoy arcHtigsir-coate- d tain no calomel ; are prompt, but mild, In operation ; and, therefore, tho very best medicine for Family Use, as well as for Travelers and Tourists. "I have derived great rolIcf from Ayer's I'llls. Five years ago I was taken so HI with ( work. I took threo boxes of Ayer's Pills and was entirely cured. Since that time I am never without a box of these pills." Peter Chrlstensen, Sherwood, Wis. "Ayor's Pills have been In use in my fatally upwards of twenty years anil havo completely verified ul that U clnlmed for them. In attacks of piles, from which I suffered many years, thoy afford greater relief than nny other medicine I over tried." T. F. 'Adams, Holly Springs, Texas. " I have used Ayer's Pills for a number of years, and havo never found anything eiptul to them for giving me mi nppotlto and Imputing energy and strength to the system, I always keep them In tho house." It. 1. Jackson, Wilmington, Del. " Two boxes of Ayer's Pills cured me of severe Brilliant Array. receipt of the latest issue of Street & Smith's New York. Weekly, and notice in its column serials by Ned Buntline, Annie Ashmore. Mrs. M. V. Victor, Mrs. Oeorgie Sheldon, Hero Strong, May Agnes Fleming, and other household fatorito. No other publication exhibits such a brilliant array of talent. The New York Weekly is certainly America's foremot story paper. Sst ths Ball Rolling and then Iook Out for a Clean Swsp To continue until every article is sold; but not longer than January. I DOWT'T STAND WITH TdtTH MOXTTH WIDE OPEN I In amazement ! Don't ask "How can he afford to do it ?" Don't consult other merMrs. Dr. Coombs, of Horse Cave, Ky., "My chants who want their profits, but throw off your lethargy, and bring Uncles, Aunts, says: were chickens had gapes, cholera and thriftless before I began using Neighbors and Friends to mc and then convince yourself that all I have told you here- uauiers magic cnicKen cnniera cure; since then they have no gapes or chole tofore was true; so now this unprecedented sale, although beyond belief, is equally true ra. Their plumage is fine, and they an abundance of eggs." For sale and bona fide. There are no flies on me, and I have not permitted the grass to grow by McRoberts k Stagg. under my feet; and being determined to wind up my business here, I will give you the That Hacking Cough can be so quickly eurcp tijr Shlloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Mctloberts benefit of such 23A21GAX2TS that will intoxicate you with delight and actually com- & Stagg, ,Stanford; Crow & Co., McKinney; E. W. Jonct Crab Orchard. Sleepless nighti made terrible pel you to purchase. My stock is all new and desirable and will prove exactly as repre- cough. Shlloh's Cure miserable by thatfor me tcnieJy )ou Co., sented. In closing this announcement, I wish to thank the people- who have so gener- McllobcrtiK. &W.Stagg, Stanford; Jones Crab Orchaid. Catarrh Cured, health and ieet breath secured ously bestowed on me their confidence and patronage in the past, and with their friend- by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price jo cents. Injector free. McKobertt & Stagg, Stanlord; ship and social connections heretofore enjoyed by me I regret severing my union with Crow Co. McKinney; K. V. Jones Crab Orchard, I am very respectfully. Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and liver Com. them in the future. pro-duc- Bringing Gladness To million, pleasing their palates nnd cleansingtholrsystoms, arousing their Lir-e- r, Kidnoyi, Stomachs, and Bowels to a healthy activity. Such is the mission of the famous California liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. For Bale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap, ped Hands, chilblains, corns'Jand all skin erup. tlons, and positltely cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to i;ie perfect satlslac-Hoor money refunded. I'rice 35 cents per box. For sale by A, R. I'enny, Stanford, Ky. n that I was unalilo to Rheumatism do any e Renews Her Youth. Mrs. Phoebe Chesley, Peter.on, Clay Co., Iowa ells the following remarkable Uory, the truth of which i vouched for by tne residents of the town, I am jj years old, have been troubled with kidney: complaint and lamtness for many years; could not dress myself without help. Now I am free from pain and soreness and am able to do all my own housework. I owe my thanks to F.lectric Hitters for having renewed my youth and removed completely all disease and pain. Try a bottle, 50c and Jl, at A. It. Penny's Drug Store. Worth Knowing. Mr. W. H. Morgan, merchant. Lake City, Kla was taken with a severe Cold, attended with a di. tressing Cough and running into Consumption in its hrst stages. He tried many so called popular cough remedies' and steadily grew worse. Was reduced in flesh, had difficulty in breathing and was unable to sleep. Finally tried Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption and found Immediate i - Crovt-- Ij'as-- al I was long a sufferer." Emma Keyes, Hubbardston, Ma-ts- , "Whenever I am troubled with constipation, or suffer from loss of appetite, Ayer's I'lllo sot me right again." A. J. Klsor, Jr., Itock House, Va. "Ayer's Pills are In general demand among our customers. Our sales ot them exceed those ot all other pills combined. Wo have never known them fail to give entire satisfaction." Wright & iluunelly, San Diego, Texas. from which Headache, Ar id. ik: ,t. i. js l ( plaint? Shiloh's Vitahter i guaranteed to cure you. McKobcrt Ss Stagg, Stanford; Crow Jk Co. McKinney; E. V. Jones, Crab Orchard. relief, and after using about a half doien bottles found himself well and has had no return of the disease. No other remedy can show so grand a recordof cures as Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Guaranteed to do just what is claimed for It Trial bottle free at A. R, Penny's Drug Star- - Ayer's Pills, rHKPARED BT Dr, J. C. Ayer k Co., Lowell, Man. Sold by all Dealers la Medicine. -- CN ,... "!.. '.A'a i- - .j'lia.' iJ..if! A j-- j u i- - ,rt W -- . Semi-Weekl- y OL.XVI. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30. 4888. -- NO. 75 HUSTONVILLE. MT. VERNON, "dee-stri.x- P D.KLASS. i. . . tw ' ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Stanford, Ky., Oct., 1888. .isriiTOTjrisroEiivdiEnsrT.i Mtii CAPT. W. T. HAVENS, cFinsr.A.iLj 5T Lincoln nnd Adioiniiiir Counties: .. . i trH.;i rn tliirs'tnkinir the liberty of addressing uMY O 1 I dp .so nierelv to call your attention to a few, facts, which I feel certain can not iron, . u ' lifts iii -jfxil to interest you. as it must interest those gifted with good judgment and common oithotPuonlc ' i of! J i - "?' j Having been out among the " all tho week, I am badly behind in the way of news items. There seems to be but little excitement over the election; but appearances indicate that a full vote will be polled. Our village had a rousing and telling speech Monday night from Watt Hardin, State Attorney. He had spoken in Liberty the same day, complained of being fatigued, but looked n fresh as a daisy, and left for Frankfort at midnight. Dr. Alcorn, with daughters Lucy ami Mattie, and niece Kinmu Hunn, returned from the Centennial Saturday. The doctor seems to have exten-- , sively with the big wigs of politics, gave Thurman k Co. his views on the turhl" and so arranged the campaign machinery as to render Ohio secure for the demhob-nobbe- d igeiiHe; , i i , , j in the Interior Journal and otherwise my inten- tibn of abdicating my present business career as a mei chant of Stanford, and to sever figy connections with the good people of this neighborhood and with the citizens of tanford, with whom I have lived for the past seven years, I can not hesitate in making Hi is final announcement to those who have so liberally bestowed on me their patronage Kd with whom I have had dealings. I fed that I need no introduction to tell vou who AsI havchoret'ofore announced fr what'Twun.' Having been in your midst for a number of vears, and having always njoyed 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 announce ment that I had determined to wind up my business and close out my entire stock by fanuary, 1880. without fail, I hereby . Proclaim, Announce KThut to and Declare 1 enable me to do so and not to delay It any longer, entire stock of will oiler to the public my Clothing, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, shoes. Hats, Caps and Furnishing Goods, hi such BAKGArXS and at such prices that WILL OPEN YOUR EYES IN ASTONISHMENT THAT- - ! WILL 6AUSE YOUR HAIR -- TO make- - STAND ON THE END ! That will Comptitor Tnrow up tb.ir Bands in Holy Horror I That will induce the thief 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 clothes. 1 am determined to make this - SLAUGHTER AND MASSACRE Of prices sale RED LETTtiR a BUY IK THE HISTORY OF LIHCOLH COUNTY I A sale that will tickle the old, gratify the young and please and delight everybody. a resolution that knows no hesitancy, T "With a determination that knows no falter, will positively and certainly during the month of December The editor and proprietor of the Mt. Sterling, was born May '23, 184U, in Morgan county, Ky. Hi8 youth wan spent, when not in school, on the (arm and clerking in a store. He left school in Montgomery county Sept., ISW, and enlisted in the Confederate army as a private: was promoted to first sergeant and second lieutenant, and at the end of one year's service whs elected captain of Company K, :M hattaliou Kentucky cavalry, uml served in the campaigns in Southwest Virginia, Kentucky and Kast Tennessee, until August, 18(i:t, when the command was transferred to Georgia, and took part in the battles of Chickamauga, Mission ltidgcand Wheeler's raid in the rear of Rosecran's army. After January, 18t4, lie was with (Jen. John II. Morgan until his death, and then under Gen. Basil W. Duke till the close of the war, surrendering at Mt. Sterling, his parole healing date of April :;o, 1SU. After spending a few months in Indiana, he returned to West Liberty, Ky., studied law and was admitted to the bur in ISM. He practiced his profession in Morgan and adjoining counties until 187X, meanwhile taking n course in the law department of the University of Louisville, where he graduated. While living in Morgan he was elected county clerk and county attorney, both of which otlices he tilled with honor and credit. In 1878 he moved to Mt. Sterling and the following year bought a half interest in the Sentinel. A year later bought the other half, and while working himself into the editorial harness worked himself out of the practice of the law. On the 1st of January, 1884, the Sentinel was consolidated with the Democrat, the latter being owned by Judge I). B. Garrison. Havens it Garrison were editors and publishers of this paper until July 1, 18m', when the former lought Garrison's interest and he since then has been the sole owner of the On July 1, 18S, he married Miss Murv Cartmell, at West Liberty, and they are the parents of two children, one only of whom is living, a daughter, Miss Florine. Capt. Havens was a gallant soldier in war and selves his country no less valiantly in peace. He has done much for his section in calling attention to its advantages and resources, and has fought many a successful battle for the democracy, of which party he is a tried and true member. His services were in a ineasuie recognized by being sent us a district delegate to the National convention at St. Louis in June lust and he had the honor ill assisting in naming the great ticket of Cleveland and Thurmau and in sending to the country a declaration of principles that are sure to sweep it in unparalleled victory next month. Tho captain is n ready and forcible writer and is sjcially ns clever as he is courteous and popular. A mcmlter of the Christian Church, a Mason, an Odd Fellow and a democrat, there need be nothing fui titer siiid of his standing as a man and as a gentleman. Sentinel-Democrat, Viu-cenne- ocrats. The County Teachers' Association convened Friday nightjn the Christian church at Turnersville,'1' and closed at noon Saturday. The attendance was fair, but not large enough to indicate any great enthusiasm on the progress of education. I presume the secretary, Miss K. Morgan, will present an abstract of the proceedings. Next Friday will be the day for examination of white applicants for certificates, and the Friday fol- s, Sentinel-Democr- at. the Company, Civil service examinationsshowthat Virginia women average about 15 per cent, higher than those from anv other State in the Union, not even excepting .Massaciiusetts. The commissioner partly accounts for it by the fact that the Virginia women who apply for government places belong to classes that in other States are sulliciently prosperous not to f.eek such employment. Syrup of Plga Nature's own truo laxative. It is the most easily taken, and the most effective) remedy known to Cleanso tho System when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Head aches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habit- ual Constipation, Indigestion, Files, etc. Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. Is A Brilliant Array. Wc are In receipt of the latett of Street & Sinltir New York. Weekly, und notice in its columns Jcrials by .Ved Buntline, Annie Ashmore, Mm. M, V Victor. Mrs. Ceorgic Sheldon, Hero Strong, May Agnes Fleming, and other household lowing for colored. Wo had a considerable ripple on the surface of society Friday morning, caused by the announcement that John Sau-didand .Miss Lillie Djinn had made a Louis. Hitting the previous night Gretna Green-warAfter being harrassed and opposed The gentleman boasts the ma- in everything they did, by men who ture age of HI years; the lady two or should have upheld them in seeing tho three years younger. The contracting laws enforced, the town trustees have reparties were attended by Will Drye, Jr., signed and our village is once more left ("Doc") and Miss Clot' Logan. All re- to the tender mercies of the drunken turned Sat unlay afternobn and the mar- loafer and the rooting hog. It is a shame ried pair are snugly enconced at the that people cannot agree to havu tho home of the bride's mother. laws enforced. Instead of improving, the condition of things appear to be getDaniel Hand, of New York, who ting worse. Let the responsibility rest made a large fortune by investments in where it properly belongs. Southern lands, has just died, leaving a The soldiers' reunion Friday and million of dollars for the education of Saturday was attended by about '200 of the colored people of the Southern the veterans. Roth parties were repreStates. sented. All seemed to enjoy themselves The republicans of Indiana are try- talking over their old campaigns, etc. ing to secure the votes of the prohibi- One disagreeable feature connected with tionists by telling them that, in the event it, which the committee and a number of republican success, they will disfran- of republicans claim not to have been rechise foreign-l)or- n citizens and thus make sponsible for it having been agreed that prohibition possible, without injuringthe politics should not be discussed was the republican party. bloody shirt waving and a general reoA terrible accident was caused on pening of war issues by Gen. Fry in his the Chesapeake & Ohio at Charleston, speech at the court-hous- e Friday. A W. Va by an open switch. A passen- large number of democrats and republiger train was thrown from the track, cans left the house, refusing to hear him killing Conductor Netherland and Fire- through. Among many of his misstateman Elkins, besides wounding many ments were these: "The bandana is an others. Tho cars caught, tire nnd burned emblem of blood, war and strife. The up, causing a loss of $."0,000 or more to tariir is not paid by the consumer, but d. The managers of the campaign hero have agreed to line no whisky in the interest of any of the candidates. The floaters will have a dry time. Win. 1'nrker, who was so badly cut by John Proctor circus day, is getting on fairly well and will probably recover. Proctor's trial is set for Monday. Mr. George T. O'Bryan, a popular young man, formerly railroad agent at Livingston, now of Karlington, will be married to Miss Erie Pelton, of Owens-borNovember Nth. Dkmochats ok Rockcastle. There will be a grand rally of Rockcastle democrats at Mt. Vernon, Satunlayt Nov. :1. All democrats' should attend. Good speakers will he- in" attendance, lie on hand, democrats. Some one has been boastinjr thro' the Courier-Journ- al about the oldest democrat In the State, sayirg1 he was 92 years old. Rockcastle is ahead of that considerably. Simeon Denny, of Level Green, this county, will bo 101 on the 8th of December, and has voted the straight democratic ticket ever since ho attained his majority. W. V. Reppert is in from Washington to be at the election. Mrs. J. W. Nesbitt has returned from Casey county, where she had been to see her brother-in-laDr. Flanagan, who is very low with pneumonia. Win. Poynter, Robt. Joplin and Mart Hicks have gone tn Pineville to rejoin Gen. Dutlield's surveying corps. S. W. Parris is in fromSt. to-dao, - by the manufacturer." The general failed to aid his cause, especially when he gave such a harangue under the surrounding circumstances. COTTAGE FOR RENT! My cottage on Upper Main street, Stanford, next to W. II. Higgins residence. Also the cottage next door, now occupied by Mr. J. P. Davis Possession to tint named given M any time and to latter on No. nth MRS. LOTTIE HOLMES, 73-t- f Danville, Ky Rich and Poor, Princo and Peasant, the Millionaire and Day Laborer, by their common use of repthis remedy, attest the world-wid- e utation of Ayor's Pills. Leading physicians recommend these pills for Stomach nnd Liver Troubles, Costlve-nes- a, rUllotmness, and Sick Headache ; also, for Rheumatism, Jaundice, and ; conNeuralgia. They are sugar-coate- d tain no calomel ; aro prompt, but mild, in operation ; nnd, therefore, the very best medicine for Family Use, as well as for Travelers nnd Tourists. "I liave derived great relief from Ayer's Pills. Five years ago I was taken so ill with , iue favorites. No other publication exhibits inch a brilliant array of talent, 'the New Vork Weekly is certainly America's foremost story paper. St tn DON'T Ball Rolling: and thn .Look Out for a Clean Swap! To continue until every article is sold; but not longer than January. STANT3D WITH YOTJH MOUTH WIDE OPENT ! In amazement ! Don't uk "How can he afford to do it ?" Don't consult other merchants who want their profits, but throw off 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 are no flies on me, and I have not permitted the grass to grow under my feet; and being determined to wind up my business here, I will give you the benefit of such BA21GAX2TS that will intoxicate you with delight and actually compel you to purchaser My stock is all new and desirable and will prove exactly as represented. In closing tliis announcement, I wish to thank the people- who have so gener- Bringing QUdnesa Bucklen's Arnica Salve. To millions, plowing their palates and The best salve In the world tor cuts, bruises cleansing their aystema, arousing their Liv- sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap, er, KIdnoys, Stomachs, and Boweli to a ped Hands, chilblains. corns"ind all skin un. healthy activity. Such Is the mission of tions, and positively cures piles, or no pay re quired Is tho famous California liquid fruit remedy, Hon or It guaranteed to irive Perfect satMir. money refunded. I'rice 35 cents per box. Syrup of Figs. rorsaicoy a. K. renny, Stanford, Ky. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. m m Mrs. Dr. Coombs, of Horse Cave, Ky., Mrs. Phoebe Chetlcy, Peterson. Clai-- Co.. Iowa eays: "My chickens had gapes, cholera ells the following remarkable story, the truth of and were thriftless before I began using wnich Is vouched for by tne residents of the town, I am ?) Ganter's magic chicken cholera cure; complaintyear old, have been troubled with ktdnev: and lameness for many since then they have no gapes or chole- dress myself without help. Now years; could not I am free from ra. Their plumage is tine, and they pro- pain and soreness and am able to do all my own duce an abundance of eggs." For sale housework. I owe my thanks to Electric Bitters for having renewed my youth and removed com by McRoberts A Stagg. That Hacking Coujfli can be to quickly eurcp ty Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. McRoberts Co., McKinney; E. Staif. Stanford: Crow W, Jonei, Crab Orchard. Sleepless nights made miserable by that terrible couuh. Shiluh's Cure tne tcmeJy for ou Mcltobcrti & Stasg, Stanford; Crow 4 Co., Mo Kinney; E. W.Jones Crab Orchard. Catarrh Cured, health and meet breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, Price 30 cents. r,as-- al lujector free. McKoberlt & Stagg, Stanford; McKinney,' E. W, Jone Crab Orch. Crow ard. Will you suffer with Dyspep.ia and liver Com plaint? Shiloh's Vitalirer it guaranteed to cure you. McKoberu & Stagg, Stanfotd ; Crow A-- Co. McKinney; E. W.Joncs, Crab Orchard. pletely all disease and pain. Try a bottle, joe and $1, at A. It, Penny's Drugstore. Worth Knowing. Mr. W, H, Morgan, merchant, Lake City, Kla.. was taken with a severe Cold, attended with a dis. trcssing Cough and running into Consumption In its first stages. He tried many so called popular cough remedies' and steadily grew worse. Was reduced in flesh, had difficulty in breathing and was unable to sleep. Finally tried Or, King's New Disco ery for Consumption and found immediate i Renews Her Youth. claimed for tlietn. Ii. attacks of piles, from which I sulTcred many years, they afford greater relief than nny other medicine I ever tried." T. F.Adams, Holly Springs, Texas. " I hnve used Ayor's Pills for a number of years, and have never found anything eipial to them for giving mo un nppctlto nnd Imputing energy and strength to the system. I always keep them In the house." It. V. Jackson, Wilmington, Del. " Two boxes of Ayer'a Pills cured me of severe from which I was long a sufferer." Kmma Keyes, Hubbardston, Moss. "Whenever I am troubled with constipation, or suffer from loss of appetite, A. J. Ayer'a Pills set me right again." Kisar, Jr., Rock House, Vu. "Ayer'a Pills are in general demand among our customers. Our sales of them exceed those of all other pills combined. We have never known them fall to give entire satisfaction." Wright & llunnelly, San Diego, Texas. that I was unable to do any work. I took thrco boxes of Ayer's Pills and was entirely cured. Since that tlmo I nm never without a box of these pills." Peter Chrlstensen, Sherwood, Wis. "Ayer's Pill have been in use in my family upwards of twenty years and have completely verified al that Is Rheumatism Headache, ously bestowed on me their confidence and patronage in the past, and with their friendship and social connections heretofore enjoyed by me I regret severing my union with T am very respectfully, them in the future. ( -- El jZj A- - relief, and after uring about a half doien bottles found himself well and has had no return of the disease. No other remedy can show so grand a recordof cures as Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Guaranteed to do just what is claimed for it. Trial bottle free at A. R, Penny's Drug Store' Ayer's Pills, Dr. J. C. Ayer rUKPARKD ST St Co., Lowell, Mats. Sold by all Dealers In Medicine. 4gat?8;.'Wial.,i ijj';'CAli JUiL v-- WHrFfc 'T,"ry,w ?H SW W ' tfJT'"" Tt VJ3W' K r r 4- I r p fa 'I. J r ,e- - If ft r TEMPERANCE AND POLITICS. DEATH'S DOINGS. The editor of the Georgetown Times, (To the Kdftor of ihc Interior Journal Mr. John A. Bell, has our thanks for a The news of the deatli of 1 am a temperance man. Whenever copy of the minutes of the National Edllnv. JOHN' M. VAN' WINKl.t. very which occurred at his home at Danville tho opportunity has been given me to itorial Association, which contains Stanfohd, Ky., Octoueh 30, 18S8I interesting reading for the members of suppression oi the liquor .Sunday, both surprised our c itizens and votu for ll the profession. He trainc I nave none so. i uavu inane sorrow. filled them with unfeigned IN- speeches in favor of it, and thrown the seP. drives centre had been sick for homo weeks, hut a Tiik Louisville Times rious termination had not been suggest-e- d whole weight of my influence on that like this: Talleyrand employed words till the day of his death, when he was side. I expect still to pursue this course DEMOCRATIC TICKET. to conceal his Ideas. Bill O'Bradley em- I prohibl-- 1 taken with a congestive chill and died But will not vote the ploys words, and a heap of them, to eon- tion ticket in a federal contest. Our gov in n few moments; Born in Wayne ceal tlii! fact that he has no ideas. n I n 182!), to Of New York. which conntv his parents eminent is n poiiuciu urgaiiizimuii. was raised politit-a- l questions of national character came from North Carolina, he For NEWS CONDENSED. on a farm and given an anulemic educa- - " proper subjects for the exercise of its G. The- - machine shops of the Ijnisville tion at Monticello. He began the study powers. A purely and strictly moral Of Ohio, " is not a proper snojcci ior nawonui Southern road are to be located at Har- - of law in 1S52 and after graduating in rodsburg. for Congress, University of Louisville, was admit - legislation. Heretofore it has never been tho . - , Judge Alvin Duvall, who used to be ted to the bar in 1854. Ho practiced his' attempted. The abolition of slavery was -n n i m m chief justice, is a candidate for mayor of I)rowsi0n there till his removal to Dan-- ! very different matter from this. The OHO. SuICL Of Maduon, Frankfort. "as as n slave devoid of all pohti-- ' ville in 18f, having in thomeantime rep-j'l'r- o Miss Nannie Gordon , of l,owhatan!rc8entcdhi8l.oimty,nt,lulcgi8,ntlUtf.n leal and most civil right. His enfran-- j 1460.111211 wmm, Tiik republican papers and speakers county, Va., committed suicide on her by leg- imi ho WM nppotnteU Secretary of State chiwmcnt could lw ellected only convert have been trying for months to create wedding day. by Gov. Bramlette, and at the expira- - muon. ism no legislation can the impression that Cleveland was under drunken man into a sober one. It is Henry Jones, colored, was lynched tion of his term returned to Danville. British influence and favored its free in Obion county, Tenn., for the murder n lf il ,'ouU1 bl' n,a,,e Impossible t u t.im i.mrriod.tlrst to Miss Mnrv trade policy and treatment of the Irish. of a white man. for him to get whisky he would not get Buster, of Wayne, in 1S5S, who died in a Of course this is a lie manufactured out JMIl HI I11HKI- - Mill! II W. C. Forrey was fined $100 at Iowa year, and to Miss T r.nio1 nUlon in 1WI7.. UnillK Oil WI11BKV. of whole cloth, but to get some sem. Falls, Iowa, for treating a personal friend good man, u christian, we should have to The latter with 7 children survives him blance of a right upon which to bass to a drink of whisky. Judge VanWinkle was a highly ac- do something more than pass laws prothis claim, they have worked Lord Sack-vill- e The daughter of the late John Went-wort- complished man niul n lawyer of much hibiting his wrong doing. West, the British minister, with a of Chicago, is his sole heir, the es- ability. He was besides, honorable, high-tone- d i If it is right to build up a political par- -' letter signed by an alleged naturalized tate being worth $1,500,000. and courageous, and his commu- ty to correct moral wrongs by legislation English citizen of California, asking him W. Kelly says that there nity and this section loses a citizen, who where will we stop V The great mass of Dr. Clint. how Englishmen who still love the moth is now more typhoid fever in Louisville can illy be spared. Possessed of none of !lour citizens are fully ersuaded of the d should vote in the coming elec- than he has known for years. the arts of tho politician, he was not a truth of Christianity. Then political cru- y ;.. . ....i. . ..i.. i. . i tion. The minister, who is u New popular man in the usual sense, and on-- i upmisi eacn sopa-lA second poll of the vote of v"n bit at the bait, and replied "privately" York has been completed and it shows a it not '. those who knew him best were fully n for of 'rri'nt as follows: ",u" "amc '" ,"' democratic majority of 20,000. adminible tniits of ; lor l 'aware of his manv "The democratic party, is, I believe, carried on. .ni mat the Up to date $R),747,350 of the bonds head nnd heart. He was a member of womu nOT still desirous of maintaining friendly repurchased and the Methodist church, a Mason an.l n love of money is a greater evil than the lations with Great Britain, and is still as not yet due have been .i ...., . n... fniiout u.nun( tin. ti.rin. trallic, which is only one of the result- desirous of settling all questions with cancelled at a cost of 107,372,175. uvil- - Why not s'rike at this parent Canada which have been, unfortunately President Cleveland went to New In addition to the good law practice " reopened since the rejection of the trea- York Friday to review the great Busi- organizing a political party to enjoyed by him and his partner, C. ty by the republican majority in the Sen. nit! mjsiiniiiy oi parade. It is said that over Hodes. Mr. VanWinkle was extensively ituuunii ate and by the President's message, to ness Men's which vou allude. It is, however, im 50,000 democrats were in line. in the coal, lumber and other this is apparent, and yet logically it engaged w"11"1 possible to predict the course which t better than the attempt which O., a businesses, and it is said that over-wor- k John P. Thompson, . . i ... . .Ill IK tlOW Im'IIH' lllllcll' .I iresiui-uI....1 ...... iuu i i ... iiueiuuu uiu ijuisuu "ielect-- , ""-ti... i " " nnsienco anuwu, iU " inatterofreUliationshourdhebe The true temperance men will recogy at 2 o clock, th 't'gs cut oil by locomotive wheels at occur at his home ed; but there is every reason to believe' nize the fact that any prohibitory law that, while upholding the position he has j Danville. He leaves a wife. Burial in Danville Cemetery. will be a dead letter on the statute look .MOntBOmerV, 1110 ICIIOW WHO Kllietl iura, u mil luiuiiinta npmt w. wn - i ciliation in dealing with the question in unless the moral conviction of the peo- CHURCH AFFAIRS. because she refused his his sweetheart volveu In Ins message. pie suppoits it. Hence our Held of labor ' mlvnnrtoa .,. Inr n liff m.ntftlii Thi nmniinfs nlmn1nli.lv In nntiiirif. .... ...... .1 , uns .w. nff with Hev Mr Taylor, of Louisville, is is that of educating the moral sensibili- . ....... ... ... Kninkfort nfter a week's trial. out me republican papers are maKing a ' nt " meeting at Cherrv ties of the people until they are prepared Wolves and coyotes nre doing great holdimra nrotraetcd greatauooer it, honinu 10 looi int j nsn, Orove church, at low and. G ood con to put this evil away from them. Then, m i...s into supporting Harrison Tlicv nrint "amage in oruiern .uuiiiiin.i, niiviug gregations attend nightly and great in- and not till then, will this fearful evil be iuv iiiiuiv nun the letter in black pica type, call West terest is manifested in the meeting. checked. If we had a prohibition preM- Cleveland's Burchard and say that he is ureils of sheep anu colts, Desiues aitacK Sam Small, who has been evangcl- - dent and Conres they would be jow- travelers, as good as beaten now. The people are ing Michigan, ni.v.h ericas, and their enactments futile if the The Babylonian expedition of the iziK in Wisconsin nnd not all fools, however, and this little Cleveland ill carry both Mates and people went not almost wholly in favor ITni vnmtr v of Pennsylvania, which left T trick, like the Chinese's, will prove very l... .1 ill .. " of such enactments and the execution of n..... Philadelphia for the Orient early last f "' vain indeed. will be douned by the such laws. But as soon as the cop!c this time, but The transparent and underhanded summer, has been shipwrecked in the prohibition ticket in 1W)- -'. 1 are thus minded, the liquor trallic goes Mediterranian Sea. trick, for the writer has been shown to --The meeting at the Presbyterian without federal interfcrenco. , -J- udge Win. Lindsay has been nomi-be a republican politician, has already These are facts that the unprejudiced t,,,,re" of those natedforthe Senate in the Frankfort1 There were throe additions Sunday and cicated a revulsion in the minds mind will recoirnie at once. We are He is now sailing the ocean who have given the matter a thought, district. the prospect is that great blessing will dealing with a moral and not a iwditienl and the promptness of the President to blue on his return from the Old World, attend the earnest labor of the preacher, y ondenvoriiig to force it into Wt suggest to the British government that where he has been for a year. David Sellers and wife, living near Hev. Ben Helm, whose inlluenceforgood politics we army against us not only the Mr. West's recall would be eminently is permeating the very atmosphere of natural enemies of temperance, but liunj the proper thing, has shown the people Mt. Gilead, 0., were murdered Thursday the church. Services will be held all ,lrcds of thousands who would otherwise 1 1 ( that there is a man at the head of a flairs night nnd their home set on tire to hide this week at lft.'M) . m. and 7 p. i. daily. be ready to listen to our arguments and Xo clue to who will not permit another natiou's in- ' the evidences of the crime. appeals. Should we conllne ourselves to murderers has ben djscpyercd. terference in ho politics of this country. the FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. our legitimate sphere of temperance At Nashville, Judge Jackson, of the Ixird .Salisbury has intimated that he will ' May wheat sold at $1,18 in Chicago works, we can, as heretofore, ask lioth order him home, hut whether he does or U. S. Circuit Court, sentenced Mrs. Sa-- ! democrats and republicans to aid us and . . ... . .. ,i ... . rvv W i:M,H Inttnif n Inn nf C1IMU1 . " 1IF II rilll V rnn,u. rABnnn. i ..... noi.nr. wieveianu win see uiai.ur. west .il. l"i"v "- -" . iviiru.iT. .... ..i,-.:.- ... I. flVHtti. . ...... V'rv.llil1l'1t 'I'l... .1 uviuu in . nlflll ....... . Inilll. ' KW . i ", 1 liu is sailing the ocean blue for the old go to prison for obtaining pensions by I zeal leads to the attempt to organize a country p. d. ip You can't Burchardour making false allidavits that her husband ty, i.u just sold H ...mi.. trotters ior political partv with no politicnl .issue to i'.,000. . Grover. He always has u way of turn- was dead. inj u., l...,. ogool f.wi.llmr tJiueinr I" Mem, wu rciHM .1 iinie w 1... are iriuiiuir The proprietor of the Winchester ing every attempt to injure him to his to our cause and them into a seem- IlllU J. J'.. linn... I)miiiir.I?inm mivi kli lVrknm the lill- - sale. ti. A. IJlCKeV own ltenefit. ing antagonism. morist, a good drubbing for applying an Stanford, Ky. We Kentuckians must redeem Ken1 Thoin)- A dispatch to the Courier-JournJ A. T. Xunnelley Iwught of annrobious epithet to him, when he re- from Monticello says that Frank Kinley monstrated with him for his behavior nt son, of Hockcastle, i) head of 1,0.!0 pound tucky, if she is ever redeemed, from the curse of whisky. Tho federal governwas howling drunk wheii he got tip to the table. cattle at : cents. speak with Woiford there last week and Tho sale of shouts made by Sam ment can not do it, and it is worse than Among tho Honorary Commissionof votes to seek for this through ev-- ! acted in such a manner as to disgust ers to the Forestry Convention to. meet Harris was at 4: and his hogs at ." cents, a waste a national election. Such a K)litical canery decent man. He raved like n tie- -' at Atlanta Nov. l'-- are W. T. Knott, and not as reported to us. vass as is now being carried on threat--Bcveiw. I have 15 good inon, threw chairs recklessly around and Lebanon; John I). Ilrrris and Gen. Clay, ens to l! a serious injury to our gieat in other ways added disgrace to his al- Madison; W. A. Andurxou, Garrard; W. cattle, 1,100 pounds weight, or better, ready disgraceful record. The good peo- U. Hamsey, Laurel, and Uen. T. T. Gar to dispone of. W. I. Letcher, Paint cause, and sincere, temperance workers ought to discourage those who are seekple of the 11th owe it to tho State and to rard, Manchester. I'lek. ' Paragon, the racer, that recently de- - ing ollice on this issue. Wo may light themselves to retire this discreditable HI new cases At Knterpri.se, Florida, individual from public life and the iudi of vi.llow fnver occurred Snndav.and Dr. feated Terra Cottu in the iuisi, oroKe ins the evil of intemperance us we have " ' I cations are that they will do so in a most Caldwell a volunteer physician at that leg while exercising Friday and had to here and elect to ollice those whose duty t emphatic manner next Tuesday. ;Klnto our home all'airs who for the be shot. poInt has ,MHeil t.aH for I -- 1'. U mover, of Quitumn, Ga., has make nnd oxecuto our Mate laws. Hero . relief of tho sufferer. At r..K republican papm print in double immediate In ; Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts jnckHOIlvi0 SlinilftV tlllsre were i lu.w bought in this vicinity in the lust few no political issues are invo ved and Spring Wagons, leads thut they have discovered that the davslOhead of good harness horses at many parts of our Stato our citizens have cases nnd three deaths. the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over democratic managers liavo found that iietcrnuncii to suppicss the trallic in The defalcations by republicans un-- , from $100 to $125, they need six votes in every precinct to shipped to Cincin- their midst. Little by little we are gainA. T. Nunnelley amount-- 1 carry Indiana and that they have decid- - dor the republican government ing ground. As a State wo aie not yet ed to tho enormous stun of $11, 482,000. nati yesterday 200 250 pound hogs which il tf lint tliitin fit till litiytilk t nf tirivw g Loum- - lie bought in this county at prices rani:-in- ready for State prohibition, simply beagent nt ingthesub-oominittecstopa- y as Innch 1'e republican pension cause our people are not yet persuaded Different styles from 4 to 4? cents. and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better ville defrauded the government out of as .'Jlo apiece for them if necessary, all of shouts that such would be best. We have done Sales of iW head of $tM),000. Took it from the widows and which is the .sheerest Iwsli. The general at 4'i nnd 110 of 100 pounds at 5 ami a wonderfully well by tho course hereto- grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the of the U. S. pensioners. belief is that the democrats have the orphans fore pursued. It is not well to jeopardhogs at 5J, are trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. John Willstott, of Garrard, was ar- large lot of State by 15,000, without buying n vote. ize our success by the more than doubtClipper. in the Midway rested in Mercer on a charge of feloniousBenick llros. sold to IL Marbold, of ful expedient of attempting what is You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. G. A. Dkxham. Kso., late of the Wil ly keeping a $20 gold piece which Mrs. Greensburg, 111., a bull calf six months clearly an impossibility. No one prealleges she gave him for some up liamsburg Times, which has suspended. . six bullssoldfrom tends that there is tiny thought of electhas begun the publication of the Inter- - I'les In mistake for a silver dollar, but old for $500. The last aggregated $2,S&, un nv- - ing candidates on this issue. Then all MRS. 1, ...nQ n..,.,.t.i n ihotnoiimnnvnlVr. this herd have News at Jellico. We cannot say F. WEAREN, PR OPRIETOR. J. State ' 0.- Winchester Democrat. that any one can hope for is the educamuch tor his ulscretion in such n move, Coleman, a liverv man, who hudthegold erage of $4Sting results of the speeches delivered. M. Kalui. acent for Goldsmith, tells i,nf uMitutnt i.n.i nn .i ..i,i but of one thing wo nre sure, he will ..!.. This could better be done by not antag-wa- s doubt paid it to him for a dollar, as ho, us that he has shipped over 7,000 head never lack for local news, of a startling the men lighting for political of cattle from Kentucky this season. He,onlJii $11) ahead in the dav's transactions, nature at that. But he will have to be Mounts K .vs. ".. has about 700 head feeding to sin i for principles. -- At Barhourville Robinson's circus particular how he publishes it or his di .. tllo aphragm will be perforated the llrst thing, had the usual row, which always goes "n, ' ' ,' - .7 To the KJuor interior joum.ii.) he knows. with such exhibitions in the mountains. l,"Jl8wl ,C- AeX?' oxpecta large OrrKNiiuiM, ct.2tl.-- We u "' " ,L"1 ' ' ' crowd hero on Saturday, Nov. :td, to hear It was caused by whisky, of course. Dan Kxowinu that it is a waste of time and . . Bolin was killed outright, County Judgu.l'KelV'u:kli,,u . John A. Chappell and W. II. Miller. We . . .. breath for Col. Brecki;iridge to ho stump nriMiimm liOL'SllClUlOl KelltUCKV ' ', Jolin Good in was so ijtully woundeil that ...1.1..1. has 1..,,.;, invito all democrats of this viciiutv to sure ing his district, which is dead ,. .. to Burlcv tobacco wrapper, K' AkflMt B 1 H . he died, Capt. McDonald, special police- B ... i.'v...ut attend. J. A. Chappell is a natural ora return him to Congress, the . . on e xhibition at the was suoi in .1 leg ami u hiumviihiii i tor and handles tho tariff question well. ine Committee has requested him to make man, Mild after spirited bidding. The N. Bkckhii. badly cut. Tho dilliculty caused a stam-ped- o tion, was several speeches in New York, so lie has hogshead was knocked down to Mayo, of the audience of about 5,000 poo-pi- e, conceited his engagements with Col. tobacconist, at .j,iu per) Hero is something T Ki ku Missus. but no damage was done beyond n the Swope and gone thence. Swopecan now pound, which is probably tho highest j0 ainse yourself with when you haven't few bruises and the loss of some proptalk to his heart's content, with no one erty. ever paid for Kentucky tobacco. nuythingbetter todo. Write in ligurestho to hinder or to make him afraid. Win. Morelnnd sold to IajwIs llros., j yt..,r f your birth, add to it your age and of Winchester, 22 head of good feeding tho Insure 4. .Multiidytheresultby 1.000. r. John BSandidge and Miss Gkn. Fitv, who coul.ln't make any of eloped to cattle at 'M cts. Wakelield iV Lee sold to from which subtract (177,42:1, In the an toviiV kind of speech if he tried, should ''""Jft"' I ti aivrAtnti of Fort Gaines, I in., 7 swer substitute letters for the ligures, the ti I'iiot itir """ "v nnvi,"h mill Kenfro & Spates, '","" not ho com lemnedfor his bloody? shirt "."" mules at $117.50, and 4 work horses at different letters being numbered as they ' v ' '!"" " " utterances. H iw ImrmlPM n fnllmv Chloe Logan $1 10 to $200. Corn is selling in this mar- run in the alphabet, thus: A, 1 ; h, 2; c, to Any- were accompanied by Miss and nobody pays any attention and Mr. "Doc" Drye. TJie bride is only ket at $1.75 per barrel, delivered; pota- II, etc. The result will give you tho nickthing he says. 1(1 and the groom HI. There was no ob- toes 50 cts. to 110 cts.; Wheat at touts, nnd name you aro known by. Chicago HerWill keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture ji Haw Moidus Kv.vNs'contriliuteH nn ex jection on the part of the parents, ex- no sales, tho entire crop in tho county, ald. and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low as such goods Courier-Journa- l. with the exception of H.OOO bushels, havcellent article on "Teinperauco and Pol- cept their youth. The Cincinnati, Exposition will goon wu 00 uuugui, m uie clues, uive me a trial and you will be con- itics," which wu coinun.'iul to our prohi- The bride is a daughter of Mr. Uriah ing been disposed of. Danville Advotwo weeks, mom at 25T:onts admission. vincect tnat 1 sen lower than the lowest, cate. Dunn. bition friends. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal OVERCOATS I chillas. i DtUkK 001013 W. WALTON. 4 I ' GROVER CLEVELAND, ALLEN THURMAN, J ; Satinets and Kerseys, Worsteds and Chinlil IdiStRZ james b. Mccreary, JJJ IdlgRV HeaW j WfilClltS I tru-t,,u- Our Stock is Full of Fresh Goods. Come Early nnd jjet Choice of PntcniH mid Sizes. h, 1 er-lan- d, ; "l BRUCE&MeROBERTS. "lr w" ' H.fv''' ' ., ci. ,,! ........... to-da- . T. R. WALTON & SOMERSET STREET ' ..,." -- M "" "".' MAN wn,"K "VV1'.. , STANFORD, KENTTJCST. , r' ' ul j -- - '" "' -i- .. 1 ... .... Prices Always Reasona- ble and Goods First- t). ' Class. al 'cUAo iii G0030 EMPTY BARRELS FOR SALE. j j BUGGIES, CARRIAGES $im j j 250-oun- d. "ad GEO. W3B&RKHT, OTAHTG'R. f .,,, I ... "i". ,,,, ,., .,;,'',,,, 1 ... i.,.,,i SEW FusmosE STORE 1 MA'OE JKiCIPirFMAKTo JPKtDFn 1 1 1 1 ;, n ' well-know- l.il-oth- er 11 f """! -til , '" "ml . ,o .JVJr . ,.j i.4f 'it' J) A L.-.frl-,- , ! j JiXi. 3rLv Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal'! Ky , , CITY AND VICINITY. , lltsr Stoneware at '1'. K. Walton's.'' it Wk have a large assortment of tlio "Pansy" Hustles, tho best over made. Owsley DURHAM AND HALLLAM it Craig. SfANKOUD OoroiiBis 30, Tim "Pansy" Sfc8 Craig's. Xr.w Hustle tit Owsley tt.CNVAL.TON, UU8.MniUIRer (iov. MiCiii'.iitv will certainly speak Hew-nM tnim; needles of all kinds at Crab Orchard next Saturday evening, Published Every Tuesday and Friday 'M, ho It. II. llronaugh informs us. nt II. K. Wearen's. Xi:w Hominy, New Beans, New To Huii.I)i:ils. 2.riO,(X)0 brick now rcaily o lot of overcoats II. Mianks'. 3Ii:ssus. Owsley & CitAHi are tholead-i- n merchants in Indies' and Chrildrcn's just received at I'nderwer and Hosiery. i,' 3 1MCU YJOA.lt.IX A.DVA.NCiC Vkcn not to paid 1'iek-Ne- w $3.60 will tc charted? m for sale. W. F, Ifamsey. v Oi it livery stable is complete in every particular now, and we ask a share of Boys' Suits, city styles, made to order the public patronage. Walker A Doty, LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. by John II. Craig A Son, with Drown Lancaster, Ky. i I iiksiiie to return my sineorest thanks u Jipm, Ing, King A Co., New York. Mkd train joins North .......... I )t pm " South..... will bo to your Interest to examine to tho people of Stanford and vicinity ...., It i$;p I.iiuim train " Soulh. North ji; am the large line of cloaks and wraps at for their liberal donations towards build joam Lttal r'rlhl North ing a Daptist church at Dee Lick. Mrs. ....6 35 P" Owsley it Craig's before buying. ouiii The lam rtrama alo carry aui;cr. Martha Albright. 'the alovc l calculated on ttandurd time, Solar a eooking Concoiiii and Catawba time it about in milium lailtr. At How land Thursday night the up and packed tigs, California pears, oran- Iges, bananas and lemons' at S. S. pointment of V. K. Varnon to speak at MEANS 1USINESS. has been changed to the Myers'. W. rentes and jewelry repaired and ' Metropolitan styles, the balconv at Shelton's Hotel. Seats .arratited. A. It. Penny. l.ixnxr suite, will be provided and a big crowd is prom place to buy drugs, patent made to order by John H. Craig Sonf ised. a mwlicines and toilet urticleit is at A. .j the city clothiers, with Wanamaker it Jim Tai.i., the murderous little negro, Pinny's. irowu Phlliidelplila, at ?I8, 'M ami ...,., llt-who is always in trouble, was given 2't vniir school books, ink. tablets, -- ... I'uper, jiencils and school supplies of all "'' days at bard labor yesterday for throwkinds Iroui A. H. Penny. Tub street loungers amused themselves ing rocks at Taylor who drives I gunrnntee all watches and every ar for hours yesterday, watching Dob Dob the Holler Mills wagon, and injuring the tirlti of Jewelry I Bell to be just n repre- inson's bulky horse refuse to budge in vehicle. sented. A. It. Penny. a t the right direction. Kven Dr. Cox was Tut: biggest demonstration that will go. unable to make him PERSONAL POINTS. occur io this section will bo at Ijincaster Si:kkm k &. Son found it necessary next Friday night. Our peoplo are corMiss Sallik Gkkks is 5Iling .Mrs. lor one of thctn to visit tho city this dially invited and every democrat who Hugh Held. Hkv, A. S. Mom km, of Midway, ariweek who has returned ami are now can attend should do so. A large crowd opening a new line of cloaks, wraps, tin will go from here. vivtcrriav. ,derw ear, hosierv, itc. N hns been visit .j!-,i- ,. A i.i. persons knowing themselves in jBiKsiHjwit .iH.r..ij . . in Miss Little DrlghJ. .. .,(MMi ,i.... ....-, TlIl.fc(i111, dehtcd to the estate of the lute Thomas . f relaMits.J. D. Meimion is democraU who voted for Andiuw Jack C. Hobinson will please advise me of the at Crab Orchard. tives son ami who have never ince scratched amount and what it is for. Also those lUuuiiMAsis visiting Mrs. a Mas. Si-iickci, iii vote ut nun precinct. lur having claims against same will plctu-P. Ikillanl In Ltncuster. j Cleveland, Thurmuu and McCreary. inform me in like manner, care Lock bus gone to Ilur Miss M mm Uit-i.kThey are Messrs. J. I.. Dawson, Sr., and Dox O, Danville, Ky. P. H. Idol, AdMKlsburg to spend KMiietimc. ", (ireenberry Dright, both now far np in ministrator. Missks Ku. si Oatkwoou (!ivi:ns their Faiimkiis who have posted their lauds are visiting friemls at Lexington. Ditow.vKit. The county judge of Pti complain that the boards thev nail up Miss Ikk.sk Pillion, of Crab Orcbnnl, i visiting her sister, Mrs. V. M. O'Dry ln.iki. J. T. Tartar, was drowned Fritlav arc torn down in the night time as often re put up, ami usk us to state an. while attempting to ford Pitman Creek 1W "' Mil. D. K. Ht'tiiiKs, of the penalty for such an act. Art. n, near wheie it empties into the Cumber News, spent Sunday with his relntivis hind. He and Judge Finley were in a i''-'-- ' "' inernl Statutes imposes a ' here. f ot less than nor more than buggy and thev weie washed down the Mi:. H. V. Smith went to Ubnnon stream, which was swollen. Finley sue - -' tor each olleiiM', the .same exactly its Friday to visit her sister, Mm. Den Spal- coeded in getting out, but Tartar sink to N imposed for trespassing in any manner ding. rise no more- He was a very popular on posted lands. .MiHjioi.ui:iniimm. ' "'" j mnn m, ,is untimely death is general It. C Waiikkx, Kso.., seems to be in IXill SV1 e 1I Slicnil rruuii; mm- - mini lv detilorcd. demand in Casey. Maj. (!. V. Sweeney .- friend. ' writes him that he has made an appointMn. (i. T. McKoiikkts bus gone to! Tin; Nelson Kecoid thinks that the ment for him to s'H'ak in tho Leo's l'.rodhcad to visit hcrdatightcr, Mis. Det gtvat Dobbitt must have an ambition on and Mr. C. 11. Marcuni says that 'the sliding scale, when he can aspire to. i. e Frith. vote) he has arranged for him to speak at keeper, and get only one Cut. ti mnksCii.mo has returned from Line's Mill instead of Alston's Sfore. a lishing trip to Pineville, where he had at that, after going to thelegislaturc,und The reason that the latter appointment the lEichmoml Register mournfully exmuch luck. was changed is that Judgo Dreckinridgo Misses Ida and May Adams, of Mt. claims, "Por Dobbin, be isgettingdown speaks at Alston's on the 151st. Vernon, have been the guests of Mrs. mi low that oven the dogs won't lark at hiiii." , The.se arc unkind leferonces to a Joe Severance. Hi'AitiNti that Iteid, who killed (ireli- Col. K. C. Conns, of the Pineville fallen chief, who makes it habit still of am a few yeoks ago, had !een seen Messenger, passed tip yesterday, looking bobbing up when he is least exjiected. around Milledgeville a number of times, . us happy as a bigj sunflower. T. I). Xewland Owens Sii Mr. UeorgeT. McKoberls to us, Sherillup Sunday anil and Jailer several J s. A. PiiKwirrand family of Huston-Milsearched went "I am as good a prohibitionist as anj visited relatives in this county this houses where he had been reported to hotly, but I am not going to help retiiej week. Lebanon Hnterpiise. havo been, but found neither Deid nor such a splendid loprcscutative as io.! Mils. (iKo. tini Ni)i, of l.eb.tnon, and any trace of him. It is thought by some McCieary, or show my dixiipproval of I)avie8 Miss Sue Howell, of Nashville, Tenn., tit., ttr. nt kiipv.i..iu t I iiiv.tr tlitv'i.lilllil. I that he has gone West, or to lVTate. from wl'',,ll, oriKiiially came. are visiting Mrs. shall vote for them both." This Miss nnu,HEOum,'STtRT, one of the ment is exploded by many other prohiMi'. NiKi.11 tilled her appointments prettiest girls of the Kant K:id, was the. bitionists and ought to be felt by all of and had the usual crowd of women and . . guest of Mix. J. tJ. Carpenter. I I.. ....I. ... . . ineni wno love tneir country hiiii ticfiro men to hear her. As a temperance lectMil. V. .1. I.YI.B, of the tl,s,otll,ht,,Uimnatit8,H:a(,. urer, she was the most entertaining of was ItereyestertlHyandaddstock any we have heard tackle the I. ed a number to his subscription list? N. Menefee hitched upj Dutu subject, but as a political speaker Mie. 0. II. Mi Hoiikuts has joimjd her ,jH spleutlitl span of blacks to t phuton she is far from being a success. It is not lUghaud, Dr. McUoIhtIs, here, and they yesterday ami accompanied by 15. It. a woman's sphere ami not one who has avo taken rooms at Itev. S, '. Mcltob- - (iutry iiikI I. It. Carpenter went to ever attempted it has increased the rev'rtV ,,., r, Danville alter .Imlge.M. . I. Din hum and . . erence and respect every true man feels Train leave Rowland at J 35 a kndrtturn at 6 p tn and 8:o p m and K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. j:wm New and beautiful Glassware just re reived at A. A. Warren's Model (Jroeery Call in and examine. lex, New York Cream Cheese, (ioodH of all kinds nt the "Model Uro- - eery." i . m ' school-hous- e i ( Tu-tlx-- '. i j t -- m v . Deliver Splendid Addresses to Enthusiastic Hearers. Jidok Drill oi, First Controller of tlie Treasury, was greeted with a hearty round of applause as he arose to address his friends hero yesterday, which was increased as lie said he had come to give the people some additional reasons why they should vote for Cleveland, Thuriiinu and McCreary. As n temperance man, who had always supported the cause when not allied with politics, and one who had never taken a drink in his life, he felt that had the right to advise with the friends of temperance and to show them how suicidal ,it was to desert the democratic partynow for a side issue, which had not the ghost of a chance, now or ever, of electing a national ticket. He then launched into the tariir question and spoke with great clearness and eflect of the iniquity of a system that is annually robbing the people of millions of dollars. He paid the president the highest eulogium and closed with a sw cial appeal for "Jim McCreary," who, he said, had no superior as a genuine representative of the people on the floor of the American Congress. The Judge was in line trim and his frequent salies of wit, as well as his How of good common sense, was olten antl loudly applauded. Hon. Theodore F. Hallam,thcbrillinnt orator from Covington, was then introduced by Judge Varnon and for 1 J hours sjM.'11-boun- SEASONABLE STYLES IN FAIX AND WINTER GOODS. We Invite Attention to our Complete and Stock of Carefully Selected MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS Shirts, Collars. Cufls, Neckwear, &c. In All the Approved Styles from 50c to $5. The Largest Stock of TRUNKS & VALISES FOOTWEA I,, Comprising Extensive lines of Newest and most Fashionable Ladies' Shoes, Gents' Boots and Shoes, Children and Baby Shoes, Rubbers, Overshoes, Etc. Men's Rubber's at 25c, Ladies' do. 25, Misses' 25. In this Section of the Country. m lit-c- d , ng i , I four-scor- kept the audience almost with a happy combination of facts, humor and eloquence. He took the repub! lican party's own campaign documents for bis text and showed how unworthy of support is this party, which foryearshas No one can sell you RESPECTABLE Goods Cheaper. We fostered a system of robbery hard even doubt if you can find anyone willing meet our prices in Qualities NEARLY to conceive. The tarill question was Good. handled with the ease of a man who had studied the subject and knew exactly what he was talking about. Mr. Hallam is not a Iteautiful man, but he is as full Viewed from any standpoint. Nothing better can he had. Now you know of brains as an egg is of meat, and as an us and the fioods, for we u the Truth without misieprn-eentatio- n have told orator has few superiors. His speech was received with great applause from ' beginning to end. d THE PRICES ARE LOW as to THESE GOODS ARE BARGAINS. TR3T US, PROVE US, YOU'LL BE GLAD. Respectfully, J ; POSTED. IhUnoti c fircaru hunter, fishermen and other not lo tretpAM on our lanii without jut. iiuiaion, J i all aiuh Hill he pron'cuted to the lull-c- t extent of the law binned T J HIM., liEO D HDPI'KK I SI .McKOIIKltlS.IK Jl S. i;L(.ll.IA.N, KOIII McAl I.SItR, J.l i lIKl'Cl., A l KKI-AN- Lnn-aste- r. ''' "' ?- f CALDWELL &LANIErR - s.C NOTICE! Stan-fo-- Pie-cinc- t, I in Lincoln county, Ky, is now settlins il jttalM and therefore notice i hereby Bien to all holding aid Hank', note or hating claim at;aint said Auctalion tn present them for ta ment 'I he Furmirt National Ilanl, locatid at NOW OPEN, We Have Opened our Stock of ' ' (la 16, 1 658. JOHN i.OWSI.KV, Caliier. pcxir-hous- e NEW COAX I am 111l "STAIWD.! Atfcot For 'I he SUPERIOR LILY COAL, in Stanford will leep it conmntly on hand in my jiirJ , Also Llmo, Sand and Hair. (ti 6J-- e, nip 11 C John Ml Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Every 11 HitiMNs, thing is new, A Hew j livery, Feed and Sale Stable!' flfjT OF OLD GOODS . I have pur. "wed tl.e britk Stable on i- 1 .!... Depot Street, Stanford, rrnilv Formerly occupied by J K Hrm-e- , lint more re- Lv lohn It. Carncnter. I niu mil iiiii.ij. ble in thorough repair and am liirni.hmp it with feed of all kind, a bran ... And every thing has been selected with great care, the senior mem- ly Vrt'rt oiv tFArtKO rt Wirt ivm-- rt no n s1ii mm ty Amnltlt-ntrV co w xuiu. "C " oaiv;! uiuioici cuuunua Uim m uu ou wivu well-wo- rn m.-.- 1 ... discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and Buggies, those who pay promptly at the end of each six months is especially New Stock of First-Clas- s Surreys, &c, desired. And am prepared to .nxomniodate all w'io may Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, trul favor mo ilti their patronage, (jive tne .1 J" m c . f for a woman in her natural state. soon us it was tniu, . T11 k only speaker that came to time known that ho was here laie numbers ' Hea.ley. - v-- of his friends called on him and shook at McKinney Saturday was V. !'. VarMu. John Pcmii., of luulOu,;gies us the hand they were delighted again to non, but he is said to have done himself .'.. the Kid information .1.... Morgan (raft, take. Ilo has served his country well proud and created much enthusiasm. the best and truest of friends, can live and his old coiiMituentsaie very proud There was it big crowd and the meeting ut asboit time. of him. wound up with a torchlight procession C01.. s..m M. Ut iiiiktt, of Omahn, has at night and a general jollification. At ('ntiTIT CociiT. The trial of Cai author!- been gntnttMl permission by the in progress when we went to press Crab Orchard Judge M ike Owsley,.Judge ties to return to Kentucky ami remain V. O. Hansford and V. F. Hobbitt spoko last, resulted in his ueiulttul In short ortill after tho election. four negroes tried for to a fair crowd and did the cause much 'Miss M.Mitiu: I"kwi,si, who lias been der. 'This makes good. conHnedtohcrbcd for live weeks with the minder of C'y Singleton and it seems .A witKiK occurred on the K. C. at Parthe right man hasn't been found yet. vcrj: serious cold, has Improved 1'ridny was devoted principally to civil is Thursday night, in which Engineer ', to be out on the street. Robert Black, who had been on the road cases, IIOl 01 ptione iiueiuni MishMinsib DiNwiiwiK, of Huston-iAlll' Joe llaktsr, who is known as "Beaver ;;: years, and who was well and favora hasMreeit visiting Mrs.'W.'.'; M. who f.Ai. Lliinltflir ..1 C.l.t.liii. PI..M 11 ... Slm-nhv- . bly known here, was perhaps fatally . ...... , will leave ill a few days for 1 till, wan 1111:11 .iiiumuj " v. v. nonnm, mu imi hurt; Elmore Uyan, of Ohio, was also tiallatin, Twin., to ' upend the winter Hog iroui ing the Commonwealth's testimony, dangerously wounded. (Conductor J. b. friends. MiswCiiiv of St. Iritis, said to be a .Itultre Morrow saw that there was no simonds, J. I.. Allen and John Hyan very lino artist, was bore Friday andMit- - ' case against him and instructed the jury wm. hurt, but not seriously.. The train unlay profliwctiDK, with a. view' to estab - to Hud him not guilty. The juries were vns the fast one from Lexington here ami nui nine 'and jumped the track at the Junction of lishing a photograph galli'ry, and will then dismissed till of conseitieiice was done yesterday. the old and new roads. A ti.unp who fji. likely do so."' wounded . MTx-.Mr. ClilJfjlAli, the.uwjUomnny; Henry M(..''lied to be a bmther of the Mr f ' engineer, took his watch from his pocket ll.... niierVVroj.gl.Klron ,, ,VUH , manager-oand made oil, but when it was found , u , , Co., with henaminrtcra at Lancaster, was . ,..n. vHtinliiv. Ilelmsoneof the best , i.t .....'., o,rtliMurk6.g as everybody who Ijtwvei' I'aVlsOll lllMioilllliiKmiii hihuiii-- i that ho was an impostor he was pursued ot, however until he la.d 'ranges campaign commit- - J'"'1 hose aware of tho heartless , has triodlheranOigJiny have, vill tcs- ,,, . , J ; aiui. niai eve.y re,. ..,. .Ui) tify. net wore ho cm mewl tlmt tliu pemnp . . 1.11...... see tnai ,, nol h to ' W()ul), ,mvo ,H4,H A ! mmy composed of the following ... u.Ku, .,. " pons am. votes, .... bwI1 rnHlR11 oir t0 jail. Tho m.,,,wlt ladies and gentleineji from Lancaster! ie 4,eJ lurHo. Ihq otheras .members of the tnin nQt ft enjoved 11 chestnut hunt in tho knobs I follows: J. ., near'llalls (.iup yestertlay: Miss Marga-- ! this eo.nm.ttee me stated wrUer n m """ ' ' .." " knows to his sorrow, Having nan to sit Walker, Itobert vev; .uiss Mary ret '!';-,"' 1om-- , O. aa,,nn .!.,.! ii) at Rowland and wait for it, with tho 'f'J1' s'andlfer, John Form; Miss Ltiln .Stndi vv; doe - t.'Iegniph out of gear and nothing known fer. Woods Walker; Miss Mnnilo Uurrey, "'"H, .' and George Bailey." fcomo prlntetl of the cause for several hours. John Lear. tunenta wcro enclosed in the letter, eom- 31 11. W i. m.m.iw. of tho (JoVern;,;i v,,. . .. J. 'A. Spooniunoro reports the sale of wages " .4i.. ment Printing Olllcc, Wiishington, re- - lnnng fro,,,1 laud, tho cost of breadstulla in tho two his father'- - ellects as follows: mriicil with Mrs. W. P. Walton to '1 cents; calves $1'2; cow falsehood mill me cattle-lit:- , Yirginin, Friday morning, and is now 'countries and Ibo reSI 8 to $2'2: horses o() to S'Xr, fat hogs Ho is looking wages of skilled mechanics will be the guest of his cousins. 110 cents n duy, if the tlomocnits 4.1; shoals at $'2A per head mid corn by well, ami while ho likes tho Capital city, iluced to tactics are j thu shock, supposed to bo about :i bush; successful. The still-huthinks there is no place like Kentucky are L.ls, tl." cents. on. Lot the democrats be warned. in general and Stanford in particular. I g, 1 II. irllili's.. , imiiiiii mill. ....., .... t.... ,.f r, tieorgetown, nave oeeit mmuhk 1. I .,,.,...... ill s ,. est ' n 1. .(l! 0r .s . OTJT I i I THIS I OTTT. still he in KOI ,tlie K ihmoml SEVERANCE & SON. 1 In-ma- n, sudi-clent- ly by tniz And will make iieKatUi-- s on those d:i I'iciiirts can lip made the InuMtiianvoiit pror I alto Just ti well on cloudy a on ilcar I'ictures to wili to mention that partli". Knlnrce In Crnyon, Water Color or Oil, will rind it to lueir advantage to have it ilono nt homp )i). tcad ot Knding tlitm off with tranKcr, a I cm copy lliDinjutt ii cheap and Rive entire .ulfac-tioI hanking the people uf I Incoln counti for their patronage, and nupinif for a outiniiaiice ol name, I am ery Itekpectfully t j if J I SL'MI MilX, l'hoto;r.iphcr Tuesday. October 2 and 30. Tuoaday, Novomber 13 and 27. Tuesday, December 11 and 25. da. NEW! NEW I NEW! A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Mo DIMMER, Respectfully, R. ZIMMER, e, .! nii"b 11 ' 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. FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE J. T. STJTTOIT A HUSTONVILLE, KY. liulne mid ready to do .iny linf. We have .1 lull lock of Cac and Caskets nl all kind and Kobe of every dccnption. Our heure, which i nearly new can be ouutlucd on short notice. Mr. J. If. (jri-t-Inn charttuoffur husuies and will how our tfoodk to uny one iieeuini; .nothing in our Are Mill in the thiiiR ! the ; to-tia- y CO., Wholesale and Retail. J J .'r' Ut .' ,,,, ' PLEASE OBSBBYE )'tJ, ,or 1 1 "' - - , ,,,, ,, Imp M'ROBERTSSTAGG -- CF- "",",". .,,', .":. 4 XffiQVlOLACREAM ifnn .r VSdSSX n ttkTVI ttEV , - plos, Tan. "THIS prcparation.withottt Injiiry.rcmoves ock Pim- los, Liver-Molo- s, f Black-Hoad- a, A few applications will render the most ftubbornly red skin soft, emooth and Sunburn and 700-poun- d - j white. Viola Oroam is not a paint or powdcrtocover defect, but nremctlv to cure. It is superior to all other preparations, and is guaranteetl to give satisfaction. At drug-cist- s or tnoiletl lor BO cents. Prepared by Ac TOLliUO, OUIO. 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 Glasses to suit the eye. G. C. BITTNER .V CO., Ky Ker Suit at .McRohertt SliUs', Stai f.i.-.l- , .. 1 x4 . . ' U. y HARRISCN AND THE IRISH. BcpnblirunH Swear The; "Uldr't Hear Him Say It." In 1870 Bsnjamln Uarrlson tnado a speech In DloDiulugton, Ills., nntl during its progress a pcrsou who Interrupted trlth questions was put out of tho nail. This Incfdent occasioned comment frcii the speaker. Mid now after twclvo years it gives rise to a hories of affidavits and counter aflldnvlts, Mr William Condon. Mr. Michael F Purcell, Mr. Robert Sanders, Mr. John A AVllson and Mr. A. 0. Creed, all for many 5 ears respectable citizens of Bloonilngton, aako sworn statements, coiToborating and iu some Instances amplifying wltii fuller dotails tho atatement of facts thus set forth In tho affidavit of Mr. Purccll; Michael V Purcell, being first duly sworn, doposos and says that ho Is a resident of Uloomlngton, ills.: that a fow election lu dap before tho Ilayea-Tlldo1870, on ono afternoon at Durley hall, in JBloomington, ho attended a Republican meeting, which was addressed by Den Harrison, the present presidential candidate; that Harrison during his speech on that occasion praised tho different races that took part in suppressing tho rebel-.liebut did not mention the Irish; that as Harrison was quitting that portion of aVU address an old Irishman asked: "'What was the matter with tho Irish, and where were Sheridan, Mulligan. Shields and tho rest?" that to this question tlicro followed shouts of "Put him out," and thon thoy took tho old gentleman from the hall: that Harrison then said, in answer to the question: "It is to know that man's nationality; we Lad mora of them to contend against in he late rebellion than wo had with us in the Union service; thoy are only good to shovel dirt and grade railroads; if it were sot for them we would not need half our penitentiaries." Affiant cannot now remember all tho abusive words Harrison then used against tho Irish, but is positive Ilarrlson used tho abovo language Affiant's memory of tho speech being .good, becauso, among other things, ho spoke of tho matter afterwards, before Harrison's nomination, and also because as soon, aa t be meeting wa3 over he .had a hot dispute with a man about tho correctness of Harrison's remarks about tho Irish in the late war, affiant then claiming Harrison's language to ba untruthful And uncalled for And affiant swears that Harrison's words against the Irish TOere followed with great aoplauso. Against this testinio.. direct and cumulative in positive assertion of what ttook place, a number of prominent Republicans offer negativo testimony. They swear that they were present and do not iremcmber, or that they do remember, and that nothing of tho sort could have ocn -- cut The Prcililwit nml the Chine. There Is this to admire In tho character of President Cleveland, lie is typical of the people. He acts with their emotions i Ilo docs not set up a policy, a pollcv which tho oloctorato has bo often repudiated. Whether China like it or notwhether or not wo lose our tea nnd fall to sell our koroseuo In tho bamboo town of Canton matters littlo to tho pnoplo iu this stage philosophy, and of their International therefore It matters littlo to tho presl dent. Ho returns to congress, with his approval, the act which Is meant to ex ilude all Chinamen who may not bo here for travel or diplomacy The executive function Is hero as bold nt tho popular dogma. Tho people of America aro ready It come. So Is tho for the Issno. president ready Tho act excluding the millions of tho is possibly tho most Important American legislation touching foreign affairs sluco the declaration of tho war with Mexico That question barely opcus with tho present resolution of tho nation It is at best a s;t of words engrossed on paper and signed by various officials who may feel somo prldo in writing their ' names in prominent places. But after tho act of saylue tho words .and, writing . . i. them, tno yellow men aro to do aept out, I Tln powder never varies. A man el ol purity reality precisely as tho strength nnd uholesomeness More economical and that will be a yellow men are kept out. Tho trouble of than the ordinary Limit, and cannot be nld In the multitude of guarding our vast coast against so competition withphoiphate powder low teit, lhort weight Sold only may fail, cam. alum or koyal DAKirf't I'owuir io,, in persons many proscribed s 106 Wall Street, Neiv Vorlc. as cholera and yellow fover fall, and no person can say T.lCrc 1 IIDPFMAN, that a sentry will jbo so fearful of a Chlaaman with money aa of a pauper SUROKON DKNTIST, refugee from pest. It may bo expected - - Kemtcky, Stanford, Celestials will that tho patience of the Caucasians, Office south ltde Main, two doors above Depot St, excite the impatlenco of tho and that reprisals may follow tho of quarantine, we cannot expect to persecute great China without a in kind from that despotism. The SURGEON determination taken at tho outset must STANFORD, KY support tho calamities of trado prohlbl tlon and racial disorders. In the forthOffice on Lancaster street, in room recently coming difficulty America will doubtless by Dr. W. 11 Penny. bo as stoadfast as China. It is creditable to tho president that, M. D.f hearing theso things whispered on every sldo bj doctrlnarles, ho has neither vetoed STANFORD, KY. tho bill nor waited for timo to give tho measmf effect without his uod. bettcr-thau-thoi' ' K DTsfO the best In Lincoln Co , 1? illUUsO. lOneef ? ItM Acre.: soAcre fruit farm anil 315 Acres good knob land, will be sold October 11 Semi tar Mil with complete information. II II. King, MoreLind, Ky. GOFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. Mountain .Lands I ) .1111! of Mountain. Coal ham Ann .icr,s. more nr Timber Lauds tli.it I will ll at a bargain I have a store rminlo rent lor furniture nnd undertaking, hardware or tinner'" twtablishment Theso are good (or 40 Jo) a r"or further informs C V MKTCAIK, mation, write to IlarboumKe, Ky j8 I 11 li. TO BUILDEHS i i I I am asenttor The Cincinnati l'orter Ir n KooT lug Company and am prepared to futnuli their IRON ROOFING t $1 i et ; per square, nails, paints, V I., Miivcit trial ' Ac SllkUOS, How included, hind, ky. . '"J ZZ ) ( POWDER LOYD 5c OO., ' McKINNKY, KV. Vixl7mmgifgammitgUKtKKKKKttt WALL PAPEB and FTJHNITIJiflE. B. K. WKAHENo Absolutely Pure. I I For DmK'i Medicines, the lamous Srup ot Figs and to tet our prescriptions promptly and correctly fiUed at aft hours, and to net our Staple Groceries, fine Ciirars, Toilrt Articles. Ac , go to I.od 8. Co., McKlnnc) Dr J A WILLIAMS will attend to our drug department i alto attend to the wants of the sick, nliflit or d.ijr, in town or country' COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. y C.W. IIETCALP. J HAVf quaran-tlnesalway- METOALF IIARUOURVlLLKamJ Wilt practice in any court Rmtnstlant of land titles site tracts of timber, coal sale. Information lurntshed respondence solicited & HAYS, PINKVILLK, KY. Ao M0 IDKTJO-O-ISO-? FAlNOY j PMNI Sc . J"EJ-V7BriESfe- ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. in Kaitern Kentucky. made a specialty Anr and mineral lands Tor on any point and cor- (Jji-lf- ) DEUQS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, A. S. FEJCE, ARTICLES, &0. DENTIST, ... PhyticUni prescriptions accurately compounded. To the Farmers of Lincoln and ' Garrard Counties- m STOCK OF WATCHES, THE LARCEST The Stanford Roller Mills Company wants your whole whut crop oTilil. and will pay in cash the CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. highe.t market price Tor it Do not sell without 1'ott; at the Mill I. or first seeing Superintendent Ever brought to this market Prices tower than T I rOSrUl thf undersigned the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. Pres. Stanford Holler Milts Co u paired oa sharl'.noticc and warranted. ss 0. H. M110BERTS, e 7j3pVjVv Hdo? 4 W , V" In weighing this ovldence thero aro two points of great Impoftanco: The, first Is that before Harrison was nominated at Chicago his spooches wore considered of so littlo importanco politically that thoy wero never reported lu dull. Thero Is no verbatim report of nuv of them on record, except reports In Tho Congressional Record of what littlo ho .said in congress whoro ho said nothing worth reporting on any of tho great issues of the day. The only reliance for what 3)0 said in making his bitter speeches against the Greeubackers, against organized labor and against the opponents of sumptuary laws are the synopses in local papers, by tho memory of xocn who heard him. Laborers remember that he abused them bitterly for their attempt to obtain better wages. Republicans in plenty swear that it Is their candidato for president could have said such things. It Is. then, 3etwcen positive memory and the negative memory of opposing witnesses that choice must be made in weighing tho evidence. The other Important point in tho Bloom-lngtocase is that the Republican stump speaker who did not abuse tho Irish iu 1870 was eccentric. The Irish wore supposed to bo irrevocably committed to the .Democratic party. Tney wero grossly caricatured and abused in tho Republican press. Republican speakors who had gone into that party after tho failure of the Know Nothing movement attacked Hiu Irish from ovory stump. Thero could Ihurve been nothing, then. In anything Harrison could havo said against tho Irish Hn his Bloom lngton speech that would ihave .struck his Republican audienco aa urrnarkable or impressed it as memorable. When tho Republican weeklies wero filled with bogus statistics of tho number of Irish in the penitentiaries, a Republican audienco would not be likely to remember for twelve years or for twelvo days nny repetition of thoso trite slanders from 'the mouth of a then obscuro fatunip sneaker. Now that Ilarrlson is making "a dead ,et" at the Irish vote; making speeches to Ids alleged "Irish friends," In visiting delegations which have been drummed up by the campaign committees, prominent Republicans aro greatly shocked at the suggestion that ho has not always dearly loved the Irish. They will even persuade themselves that thoy and their party have always loved Irishmen above any pooplo on earth; and thoy will mako affidavit to a largo number of circumstances, all going to show that if it had been otherwise they would certainly have remembered it. St. Louis Republic. n curred. port tho other day, and In consequeuco thero was for somo timo a report in central and western Massachusetts that tho Springfield gas house had blown up. At Stamford, on tho evening of tho same day, ho jierformcd tho rerjarkablo feat of talking tho hands off tho clock In tho opera house. Much complaint was tnado by pilots and captains of vessels In tho Sound that the log horns and boll buoys could not bo heard, such wa3 tho noiso of tho rampant and sonorous Buckoyo. So that as fnr us producing nn ocean of sound waves is concerned, th i governor of Ohio has dono oil that could bo expected of him He has erupted with violonce, and that is what ho was brought to the seaboard for. As to tho effect of his eloquence, how over, thero may bo different opinions. When ho was Imported into this stato, threo yours ago, it was admitted by many Republicans that ho was doing his party more Jiarm than good, and tlicro was a disposition to return him without thanks. Ho is not- - calculated for theso latitudes. A curious Interest, then, attaches to this Orphic scntcuco from The Tribune, describing tho result of his labors with tho folk of Stamford town: "Tho speoch had tho Immediate and practical effect of making many conNow, which sldo did tho converts como f rom? Can it bo that Fire Alarm Is scaring Republicans Into the Democratic party? New York Sun. - 011 Lancaster Street, oppn-itHaving removed to thU place from Libert, to practice his profession, calls the attention ot the Fire Alarm Foraker is ringing In tho pub tic to the Tact thut be u ill be ready at all hour, cast at present, and to this cause is doubt- dav or night to answer call in town or inuntrj. of hl lite were spent in Stanford less to 00 attributed that increase in tho Th'irty yean unnecessary to speak ut (usability and at number of cases of deafness which the he deems it and surgeon A share f the patrona physician Connecticut otologists have uoticcd. For age of llie people ofstanford and sc mtv It.nled 63 tf akerls. In his way. ti powerful speaker. bv him. For Instance ho let himself out at Bridge- Office Court-Hou- se A Iloomeranz Orntor. THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST . HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES STMFOBD PLMMG MILL Flooring, SicllugH, Cclllnj.. CO LUMBER YABDI 1 e Fliiisliiu: Lumber, $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- hue purchase) the lumber jards of Messrs. George D Wearen and I M llru-- and will open a big yard at the one pnrchv.ed of Mr Wearen Besides lumber in roujh and droned, I will carry a large line of win low dors and shingles, fem-furnerly ald by laths, posts and the t r v .,ir, m nicn. ING TO ROOMS. Moulding", IlrnckctN, Scroll Worlc, FramcH, Sanh, Doors, Blinds, Veranda "Work, Etc. A. C. SINE, ihe, TURKISH A RUSSIAN WATHS IN HOTKL Superintendent. e ij-ij- ii.vt.rs I hate mccd MYjKHS 21ItlDT)ESJL, Mo (Co MY MEAT lh SHOP, - Ciff- House To Lanratter street finrwite I also keen .1 lotot IIKICK on ham read) for sale kaSisky w. f Mjuf'irJ. Ky STANFORD, KY., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. Hotel still maintains This old and its high reputation, and its Proprietor is detcrmm. ed that It shall be second to no conntry Hotel in the State in its Kare, Appointments, or Attention to his Guests. lUggage conveyed to and Special accommodafrom depot free of chargetions to Commercial Travelers. well-kno- HWPOi.Y9 Is Receiving His sVf MERCHANT TAILOR FALL AND LAND FOR SALE. i FOE SALE. House and 25 Acres Land Two miles South ot Stanford on Neil's Creek W, JltAIO. Address inc at C irhole, Ks WINTER GOODS. Oivo him a Trial. Qoods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. verts." LONDON, KENTUCKY, inn .ir, nn th Sdmerwt and Crah Oorchird I Hotel i still maintain This old and Well of road. half was- - betwern the tru places ing its fine reputation. Chirj-e- s reasonable. Spe- St., Louisville. Half c earisl and 513 CAPI. FRANK H. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. vood water at end ol porch acres In gr.s, , goou ouuri ior nmr, nis cial attention to the traveling public U (,. WALLACE, Thoroughly Renoratcd and Refurnished. First The fashions of the day in the Gents' Kurnish. and sheep M. P NKWCOMII, Prop , l class Pare and Reasonable Trices, Day and night Mt Vernon, Ky, ins line will always be found in my store, t am Trains are met bv I'olne Tortersroi this Popular agent tor the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the K DAVIS ). H HILTON best Laundry in the world. . MT. VERNON, KY. WOOD WALLACE, THE GEMS' F0RHISHER, 4th JACKSON HOUSE ..... Sj-t- t. Couldn't Shut Him Up. It looks as if Blaino regarded tho Ropublican campaign this year as his own privato trust, with which neither national jior stato committees have any right to interfere. Thoy wanted to cut hlra down to two speeches In Indiana for the good of tho party of course but thoy quickly discovered that it is ono thing to propose and another to dlsposo of tho matchless leader. Ho will talk just as much as ho wants to. Brooklyn Citizen. -' , , I Tlio Rebel llouiU. The English syndicate of Confederals bondholders (which Includes Morton's London partners) will read with great interest tho "letter of acccptanco" promul- sated by tho late director of tho Cana-dU- n Pacific. Tljeso Englishmen aro so ignorant of American affairs that thoy do uot know ho is accopting nothlug but an opportunity to bo bled for tho benefit of the boys. St. IjOuIu liopublie. The Fruiy Cauxlldato on "Truata." Candidate Harrison differs from Mr. Blaine on the subject of trusts. Ho knows better than to openly adopt tho Blaine idea that the people aro powerless against the trusts. But thon the pcoplo will not forget that Harrison is only a vicarious candidato. and if elected would bo simply a proxy president. Blaino, defender of the trusts, will not be elected by proxy. Boston Globe. the Republican maua tried to cancel nearly ell of Mr. lainc's stump engagements iu Indiana, Mr. Blaino never could get it "fair trial" In that btato Chicago Herald Mr. Harrison and fc- I'lcUivlckU'i IIutrcsL DKU.HH-- l IS Charitably passino; tha point of proErloty iu Blaino'a speoch in Canada, wlicro himself ingenuously to tho KOWI.AND. KV . subject of annexation, it may bo noted tho Hac Just opened a new stock of Men's and Boys" that wherever this zealous hater of British shows himself in tho Dominion he Clothing, Hats. Cidh, Hoots, Shoe.. Dry Ooods, Notions and Family Croceries. ANo dealers in Is greeted with exulting admirers and Coal. Country produce taken in exchange for guns that strivo to go off faster. me goods at highest nmUcl price. Come one, If theso ovations wero tho sequenco of all, and learn the aJsantaiics in trade. t trip by Cleveland, tho "lover of England," the "agent of English mills." tho "well known candidato of tho Cobdcn club," tho affair would give less troublo Long-Standi- ng to tho befogged spectator of events. A colonial serenade to Cloveland would agree with Republican doctrlno, but to Blood Diseases aro cured by beo Canadians running down the railroad the persevering use of Ayer'a track after Dlalno, and yelling their Sarsaporilla. loyal heads off in honor of ono who has Tills niediclno is an Alterativo, and sworn by all tho mackerel of Newbury. to havo tho last gout of their bas-- j causes a rautcal chnngo in the system. port The process, in somo cases, may not bo blood this must bo a chapter from "Pickwick." Where aro Snodgross and quite so rapid as in others ; but, with persistence, tho result Is certain. the rest? Chicago Herald. Read these testimonials : "For two j ears I suffered from a seA Hueless Hope. vere pain in my right Aide, and had I Able editors havo suddenly broken out other troubles caused by a torpid liver with tho enthusiastic announcement that and dyspepsia. After giving several j Speaker Carlisle is to bo beaten for con- medicines a fair trial without a cure, I cress this fall by Mr. Hamilton, who has licgan to tuko Ayer's SarHatmrllln. I been nominated by tho Republicans. It was greatly benefited by the first bottle,and after taking live bottles I was comgives thorn occupation that keeps them John . Uenson, ,u out of political mischief and has no effect Iilctcly cured," St., Lowell, Mass. j en anybody else. Cincinnati Enquirer. Last May a large carbuncle broke out on my arm. The usiinl remedies had no WUe Sou of a Crafty rather. effect and I was confined to my bed for Senator Don Cameron, of Pennsylvania, eight weeks. A friend induced me to try Less than three Ayer's Sarsanariila. fvisoly says that "sometimes too much o bottles healed tho soro. In all my talking In politics does a great deal of with medicine, I never saw rnoro liarm. Ho has noticod that when, in tho course of much talking, Messrs. Blaino and Harrison accidentally allow a truth to Another marked effect of tho use ot this escape them, they can never recapture It medicino was tho strengthening of my afterwards. St. Louis Republic. night." Mrs. Carrlo Adams, Holly Springs, Texas. "I had a dry scaly humor for years, Au Upon Door for Fraud. and suffered terribly ; and, as my brothTho Republican sonato wants free er and sister were similarly afflicted, I whisky for tho arts. This is in tho lino presume the malady is hereditary. Last ot tho Republican drug store whisky for wintur, Dr. Tyron, (of Fernandlna, niediclno in Iowa ana Kansas. If all Fla., ) recommended me to take Ayer's fSursanarlllu, nnd continue it for a year. whisky needed for artistic and industrial For five months I took it dally. I have purposes Is to be free, no whisky will bo not had a blemish upon my body for the noeued except for artistic and Industrial T. E. Wiley, HU last three months." purposes. St. Louis Republic. Chambers st., New York City. "Last fall and winter I was troubled with a dull, heavy pain in my side. I lie Will Do It Again. did not notice it much at first, but it Blaino Is In Indlaua to stump the state gradually grew worse until it becamo for James O. Blaine. Tills Is as it should almost unbearable. During the latter bo. It must not bo forgotten that Blaino part of this time, disorders of tho stomIn 1884 for the same stumped Indiana ach and liver Increased my troubles. I person that he is stumping It for now, began taking Ayer's Sarsapariila, and, the result of which was Indiana gave a after faithfully continuing the use ot this medicine for some months, the pain Democratic plurality of 6,812. Cleveland disappeared and I was completely Plain Dealer. cured." Mrs. Augusta A. Furbusb, Haverhill, Mass. Singing and Swearing, Too. The Republicans are trying to make this a singing campaign. Tho reason is raxrAKEO by tho same as that which sets the small boy Dr. J. C, Ayer & Co., Lowell, Man. to whistling as ho passes tho graveyard Trice 1 ; ilx bottle, S3. Worth $S a bottle. the nervous) fear that something awful is going to bappeu. Brooklyn Citizen. Hir.TOsr& DATTXS General Merchandise, ' FOR SALE' !!r. SAW MILL AImo XtiKi nml i. SJ-t- '""'")' . .. . M. . MtcK'lc S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MT. VERNOK, I. V. Uire, Office next door to Whitehead's Druit Special attention given to diseases of children ''. As I desire to Irase KenUiVy I will .ell at great sacrifice t saw mills complete . lth jo hore boilers. !.- .. 1 v iv anu 70 nuitc engines.. 3 - Lfrsit tr .... on nnd harnesfc jj )olc gun mill complete, anu in THAT FIGHT C V. A. ... !. ofc.ttle, j I. tsi ri nritlu r. mulct, hone. 1 nobUnd veil timbered. jS-t- Will cll i.n wi f MRT SMITH, Ma) woo J, Ky prteh c- io-o- SPECTJliATlOlT. GEO. A.ROMER, To tho Farmers of Weat Lincoln, Casey and Elsewhere. Having been authonrcd by Mr C C VanArs dale, proprietor of Hustonllle Roller Mills, as his agent for the purchase of si heat in this section of country, I call with .oiifidrnce oil my old and tried friends of the farmltiil public to sen me before In Ilavirg their crops the trade about twenty jo-r-s, , I am familiar with therefore, in the the business. I feet warranu-ddeclaration that I will ha able t lacililate the transter of your crops to the adsantaje of all con GRKKN J J3 ccr.ied. M, S. BANKER AND BROKER 40 K. 4J IS,, tlroaduuy and 51 New Street, NEW YORK CITY Stocks, Bonda, Oratn. Provisions and Petroleum. lor your Genuine M. A. Liver Medicine. I have sometimes had to smbltitute ern? "Ztllln's .tuff" for your Medl cine, but it don't aniwer the purpose." Dr. J. II. Craves.Edltor Tit PjHhI. Memnhis.Tcnn. savsr I received a package of your Liver Medicine, and have usco half of it. It work. like a charm. I wane no better Liver Regulator and certainly no more of Zcllln'. mixture. Sim-mo- m Simmon. Liver Medicine, Kit' J iSo, In the U. S, Court PtriAT. J, II. Zcllln, I'rop'r A. Q.SImmoni Llv r Kcrutator, Est'd by Zeilin iVs, M. A. S, L. M. ha. (or year ....I l,n.n,...u I,. 47 UrsrtrsiArSicn IIiaoachc.Lo.t ArriTiTi, Sour Stomach, Etc, . lies-1 11, iseami, 1'aitor i. u. Chiixh, Adams, Ttnn., vfrile.!"! ininn i snouiu nave Been dead out The Original Wln. Simmons. St, Louis, I'rop'r ..:'.'.. llOL'OHT.SOLD.t CARKIEU ON MAKOIN P. cnd ilAKTIN. IlKOPIIKAU, r.s., INO. M. fKIKINS 1IAT, 19 -- for explanatory pamphlet. fi iy Albright .V Martin be ta inform their man friends and customers of the change in firm name R. B. GEOGHEGAN, . MARTIN & PERKINS, SUCCESSOR TO M'MIOHAEL, 611 THE HATTER, 4TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. The new firm hopes not only to sustain the reputation of the old, but Intends to male many improvements in the manufacture of tobacco which will be to the interest of our customers. We will devote special attention to our Natural l.eat brands of Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking you iorpast I .Ivors and asking lor a continuation 01 your trace, we remain, kcsuccuuuv vo MARTIN Al'KRKlNS, 6 ANTER' CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! s I 1 The Nobbiest & expe-rienc- 5tock Most Stylish of-- CHBTrV Wonderful Results. FALL HATS, TOBACCONET. Eser brought to thu city of Louisville, now open Including the world-renown- STETSON & CO'S. HATS KNOX A JOHN A..i.nmv mvn imnortatloo of English Hats and Caps. An elegant line of Canes and Lyon's Celebrated Umbrellas always on nana, I. C. A. IENEDICT & CO., Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, STANFORP, Wells drilled to factory prices. ords-- iealVM 7 M lc... - KV. SEAL SKIN SA0QUES, CAPS, Glove, and other Furs, a f ,1.0 tolltiii'd. nerfect aatlsfactlon guaran- teed. Don't fail toorder a NOUBY HAT. 2J ijrr specialty. Order, out-.1.1- .. and Pumps lurnlshed at 30 &tveiy, (geed and (Sae giabli, STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE STANFORD, KY. J. M. HUIIARD, A. M., PRESIDENT. W. H. JACKSON Eighteenth year begin on Ayer's Sarsapariila. Monday, September 3, 88 Carefully selected corns of teachers. Thorough Instruction. Good discipline. Best method.. Send for circular. LONDON, KV Good turnout, and .addle borset always for hire on reasonable terms. London I. the most convenient point on the railroad to reach place. In the 10 In the mountain section of the State. t CO., MO'RS. Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery ol a remeay tnat positively cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its effioacy only requires a trial, bottle is enoughifoi one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. a 50-een- two-third- s For .ale by McRobert. JL-- Stajs, Stanford, fy 1 I.. ;.iAt a,