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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888110201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. TEMPERLNCE Vo Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2. d888. SURGEON NO. 76 A. S. PRICE, DENTIST, STANFORD, KY Office on Lancaster street, in room recently va cated hy Dr. W. II. 1'cnny AND POLITICS. principle, and at least possible in c? I believe to-da- y prai- - LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. DEATH'S DOINGS. In your Imuu of T.uwlny is "an excel' lent article" from the per of Mr. Morris Kvans, which 1 think, for the nuke of temH.'raiK'e, morality ami polltlcn.Hhould "I mn a temperlw noticed. He "but I will not voto the ance man," .prohibition ticket In a federal .ti..o' ' win. wnnt vnn. Doctor? He The alcoholic minority Iuix both wivh. "A imnslv ond trictly moral inue ( "y U, l " tlt'aW national Is not a proiur subject I, V a i. "relates to' Moniitltne, small politicians crack the Intion" The wonl moh whip over timid prohibitionists the practice, manneis or conduct of men; ,H lliaeolor aim to "round as Hoclal beings in relation to each other day all wlio belonKed to P " Moral as respects right ami wrong." respective o. . ps. (old KroK parties), enacted, whetherby (io,l law is therefore 1 'rue temperance men, who vote or man, for the purpose of regulating' fro' ieir Wnittcriii UI' so-- 1 I'""1; man in his relations to man ami to d iMrtle- -. ftrht their arc Religious laws and principles wis; nil in uuill--. l.l. wr U1W ivguinuutt uiI ....... It. Iln.ir r- i """" "."Hi uivi imm Joski'ii, Hai lot. tininJ fd (SimI. According to the imjwrt of the term politics, it is the prurojpstlve BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. -' ami duty of Kovernmentu, State nnd We, the members of the Women's tional, to preserve and improve the morChristian Aid Society of Hrodhead, seeals of it citizenship. I hope those who ing the need of better church facilities fipeak nnd writu so profusely and cons otl'ereil to this vicinity ami adjoining Incompatibility of fusedly alwut the neighborhood!, pledged ourselves in the and moral Issues will consult Web-Me- r work of building a meeting-hous- e in otvaslonally. now agita-tin- e Hrodhead, to be dedicated to the ChrisIs this great liiiuor question tian Church, but free in its use to all America, Ureal Britain and Austra- the Editor of the Interior Journal.) kb ed The sad intelligence was flashed over Nun Kngleman wants to bet $8,000 that a major! y of the t(( $wm tImt NW w,,, bptklfl.lltC(i IIt. the wires from Piano, Texas, Tuesday, democratic pa.ty are, at heart, in favor ,,, foumMll nliyofj that K:iyH tllt. I110IU.V ,,, of the suppression of the entire liipior .. I inlli. Mil. Ii.IVII) SHANNON JUNKS trulllc; but If they say no, they know the Misses Hettie and Anna Smith, of had died suddenly of heart disease nt minority will po to thy ruptthlUun party Greensburg, are visiting at Mrs. C. W. the home of his son George there. In nnd defeat thi'in. So they niuM jtrin and Sweeney's. Hon. It. I.. Kwell was at August hist he anil his wife, who was! hear the rule of the whfokv minority. Iluckeye Wednesday and addressed tho Miss Hebccca Saunders, left their home ' The Biitnu is true of the republican pur- - people on the political issues. at Mc Kinney to spend the fall and win-- : COTTAGE FOR RENT H. net to W door, Higgins' tage next ! fr ''. T, "T "J !" Tf .... J " ft do' ". jol-Itic- lia a national iuestlon'.' As to our own country, I answer yes. The manufacture ami lude of Intoxicant is bofara nttt.iiVnn.l iuHitiI niiiHttlnn that the general government (Mtys who shall and; who shall not make or hell a drop in In Kh1 injoplc hvre nI l'nlte.1 Suites; who shall and 0n im- - where to help us pay tho otherone-thirterm a drop of liquor shall lie we conllally invite them to the ,ortod to this countrv. The federal govJ li the lint Urd's day in Its hand on every manu-- j lavs l.svs. SuMe Womlyiinl facturor, wholesale and retail dealer and Alum Carson, see'y.; Mattie i in tho I'nlted States, and tells' r.v. is the law in every man's1 "nrdette, treai. him prohibition cam- - until he has paid his money Into ' M irr .. r . w iik)H ."Husband and , . i) in .. i ills treasury mr uie rmn-pwjfc ta(i fl jt, ic mi. lie miriest nt nose on Uie nelarlous nusiness. j( a morning paper while she gazed out man with hull Solomon s wimioin tho car window with persistent intensity. can see that in this govermental view of Thus mi hour and thirty minutes passed. the matter, antecedent prohibition ex- - limit iltl l til iMll- tlllultnii.l .lttiii...! a principle in his whole conn ry. mA looko,, , ,, illlmiri. ,. And the only except on to its enfo.ee- ; A w j( ment in pmoll.-- is hen a man pays for A ni fl wj(Jow. ym Mni his privilege. . up f rnim ........... iiiiiyMiiiini in ,iiiiiiiiiiiniiii handsome?" " es. rather. You seem to like wld ,.rl uK)n the ground that it is not a national OWs. question is not new. Hoth the republi" Indeed I do. They're just charming." can and democratic parties are and have Husband evidently thought this would Iwcn raising tho same cry. Let us look piii.e his partner. Hut it didn't. at whip facts, as every man knows they " Alfred," said she, tenderly, placing exist, unless he is too full of party prej- her hand softly on his arm, "Alfred, I udice to learn. Several States in the guess I was in the wrong a little while L'nion havo prohibition in constitu- ago when I became angry with you, and tion and hUtutc. These laws of these I'm sorry. Will you forgive your little States have len pronounced constitu wife?" tional by tho supreme court of the t S.J "Certainly. Iou't say another won! These States prohibit the manufacture, j about it." importation and side of intoxicants in nd you will grant a little request I their tMMin.is. mn uoi gress ..as ..s,m. ,mvo ,Q make of ,mbb ,. e.l the aosoime con.ro. o. ....cm..,.,,..... (J( vmr AnvtIlIn that Hl.9 , IIV . commerce. And the I . S. supreme, court ,)0Wlr" Yo'us.ty you think willows are charm-nha? decided that a prohibition State can prevent railroads from shipping Ing? " Ves; I .lid say so, H,Uor in "original packages" into Kiid "Then make me one; that's a good of tho federal States. Under this ruling ' Is flooding Maine, husband mine. O, I shall be so happy." court, Massachusetts . . :.. i n: ivu.ins mm tmilium henlUCKy IS 8yrup of Pigs "origin-is flooding Iowa with whisky in Is Nature's own truo laxative. It is the al packages" that is, in pint bottles Tlnw In tint net inn of the feder- - most easily taken, and the most effective known to Clews, th. System algovt.rn.nent the laws of prohibitory villous or Costive; to dispel Head. virtually r.nlllfled. Are pro-- "h States an., . hibitionitsts so blind to these facts as to! Co" tip. t on Indlstlon, Filet, ete. g ninbe lend bv every little compooii'lnto the belief that prohibition Msrtufscturcd only by th. C.llfornU Hg Compsny, San Francisco, Cal. .... t.i. .. the fed- - Syrup ldo Issue ..:.i is a tor sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, eral government has nothingto do? Iook Bringing Oladness it., gentlemen; stand Arm. Where do our 1k).vh now get their sup- - To millions, pleasing their palatos and plies of stagger juice from mostly? Some j cleansing tholr systems, arousing their LIt- fay from Junction City. So you see we eM( Kldnoys, Stomachs, and Bowols to a must not, can not stop with local option hoalthy activity. Such is tho mission of It is too local, and has too many option. the famous California liquid fruit retnody, Dr. Kvans tellH us that "the true tem- Syrup of Figs. perance men will recognize the fact that For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. any prohibitory law will be a dead letter Bucklen's Arnica Salve. on tho Htatuto book unless the moral conviction of tho people supports it." Tlic belt alve In the world lor cuts, bruises i.. nicer.. Mil rheum, fever orei.i.il.r.eh.p. That is true, I think. Hut can you tell peu Hani, chtlliUlix, command alt skin erup. us lust how long It will take to work upj ,lon,anjp(Ulveycurei pUfi or no pay re that moral conviction by christian gen quired. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satiiljc or Price 35 tlemen voting for and with n party lion kalemoney refunded. Stanford, cents per box. by A. R. I'enny, K) of "all sumptuary Tor pledged to tho defeat Renews Her Youth. (prohibitory) laws?" Again, tho Dr. says, "Were it not for Mr. I'harbe Cheitey, Peterson, Clay Co., Iowa the money in the liquor traffic it would elli the follow ins remarkable Mory, .he truth of town, not bo ckrriod on. So that tho love of which It ouched for by tne residents of thekidney; I am 73 years old, haraliccn troubled with money is a greater evil than the traffic, complaint and lameness for could no. which is only one of the resultant evils." dress myself without help, Jh'oV am free from Then the, Dr. triumphantly exclaims, pain and soreness and am able to do all my own I owe (hanks to "Why not strike this parent evil by or- housework.renewed my youth andElectric Hitters my for having remoted comganizing n political party to abolish pletely all disease and pain. Try a bottle, 50c and question I an- J), a. A. It. Penny's Drug Store. To your swer. If it woro not for the lovo of monWorth Knowing. ey, stealing would cease. So that lovo stealing. Mr, W, M, Morgan, merchant, Lake City, Fla of money Is a greater evil than was taken with a severe Cold, attended with a dis. Why not, then, organlzo to abolish Iresiing Cough and running into Consumption in this case? Mr. Evans tells tit first stages. He tried many so called popular what every opponent of prohibition has cough remedies and steadily grew worse, Was "No legislation can reduced In flesh, had difficulty in breathing and often said, was unable to sleep. Finally tried Dr. King's New convert a drunken man into a sober Discos ery for Consumption and found immediate one." I Bupposo no one Is Bimplo enough relief, and after using about a half dcuen bottles to think for a moment that conversions found himself wetland has had no return of the No other remedy can' show so grand a are thus accomplished. Hut did Dr. disease. cures as Dr. King's New Dtscosery for rtcordof voto for tho suppression of the Consumption, Guaranteed to do Just what Is Kvans liquor traffic for the purpose of convert- claimed for It Trial bottle free at A. R. Penny's ing a drunken man to a sober one? No. Drug Stor' Nor did I, or any ono else. Who proWill you Suffer wiOi Dyspepsia and liver poses such a thing? The very moment Shiloh's Vitalitr is guaranteed to cure you voted to suppress the liquor traffic you. McKobcrts 1 S.agg, Stanford ; Crow .V Co. K. W. Jones, Crab Orchard. you endorsed prohibition, as sound in McKlnnry; M" "" protestaut rcligiousdcuomiuations when not occupied by its own. We now tender our many thanks to kind friends for their liberal donations, which havo en- s of the PV about e "t said house, and with our Uo-tl.Wcourt-tlu-else-whJ at d iledica-emine- nt ofH-mieo- Cher-tlrupri- st P-- ... - '.. to, tllt-iti- ik - Prof. Skinner has sent his accounts to his patrons and has made demands and appeals through the press, and yet some have failed to respond. We think this is largely due to the fact that these delinquents are not thoughtful; that they do not realize how nniioying that is and do not know the extent of the obligations that Prof. Skinner has burdened n himself with in order to give us a school. One of two things should be done: pay promptly or take your children from school. We concurred inyourcondemnation of layman Perkins' conduct in assaulting preacher Livingston with a shot gun; lint having recently read a dissertation on Jacob and Ksau, both of whom possessed minds and hearts given then, by their Creator, nnd having been told by the writer that notwithstanding Ksau's line moral character, noble heart, etc., Uod passed him by and chose Jacob, the bright, tricky scoundrel, to do a great and holy work, wo have concluded that it is dangerous to say anything against layman Perkins; for it may be that God, wi.o saw so "deep" in Jacob's case, may see deeper into brother Perkins' shot gun than any of us ever saw, or ever care to see. And while "outward are to the contrary, it is, according to the Jacob and Ksai. arrangement, possible, at least logical, that the Divine mind may see something "mean" and "tricky" in this shot gun act, and tlnally call brother Perkins to the leadut Goshen. ership of the All arrangements have been completed and everything is now in 8l.ii-shafor the great parade the speeches to be delivered by a tlrst-ehibpe He-sid- es ter visiting children and relatives in tliei Wcht. He was not in very jiood health at the time, but no one thought he had any dangerous malady, or that he would be brought back so soon a corpse, ami the news produced a feeling of deep regret over alt who had known the excellent christian gentlen.au and friend. Mr. Jones raised a family of H children and his is the first death to occur in it. The children are all married nnd prosperous, the start that he gave them in life huv-- i ing borne good fruit. A memler of the Haptist Church, he was u faithful and true christian, and no man in his community did more for the cnuse and the common good than lie. In a busy life-- l of Mr. Jones amassed quite n large estate, most of which he had the satisfaction of dividing among his children himself nnd when it would dothem the most good. The remains will nrrive when the grave will close over all that is mortal of the earnest christian, the loving father and husband and the excellent citizen, whose life proved a benefaction for his kind. to-dn- tpper Main street, Stanford, residence Also the cot now occupied by Mr. J. P Davis Possession to first named given at any time and to latter on Nov. nth. MKS. LOTTIE HOLMES, 73-t- f Danville, Ky My cotuze on J. II. HILTON. . I It DAV13. Hittrojsr&DA-iriDEALERS IN s General Merchandise, ROWLAND, KY., POWDER Absolutely Pure. varies. strength and wholesornencss. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low lest, short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans, Royal IIakinc. Powder Co., 106 Wall Street, New York. I hase moved This1 powder just opened a new stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots,, Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions and Family Groceries, Also dealers in Coal, Country produce taken in exchange for goods at highest market price. Come one, come all, and learn the advantages in trade. Have xo-i-m PRlCEw neer A marvel ol purity exiow s? LTrnnis WiolaCream Sunburn and w r MY MEAT SHOP To Lancaster street, opposite the Court House. I also keep a lotot HRlCK on hand eailyl for sale. -- ples, Tan. 5 THIS preparatlonjwithout lnnirr rtmnTM nTHfiir- cutAJ' 1m. LJvr.MnlM. Pim rssss Blaok-Hoad- s, V,F Stanford, Ky RAMSEY. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Klder W. L. Williams is conducting Two miles South ol Stanford on Neat's Creek W, CRAIG. a gracious revival at Hustonville, which Address me at Carlisle. Ky is drawing many n sinner to the fold. FOB. BATiTH. G. O. BITTNER Sc CO., TQLKDO, OHIO. House and 35 Acres Land For Sale at MeRoberts Stagg's, Stanford, Ky ,fc white. Viola Oream is not a paint or powder tocover defects, but a remedy to cure. It is superior to all other preparations, and is guaranteed to (ire satisfaction. At amg- cists or mailed for 60 cents. Prepared by A few applications will render the most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and THE FLORENCE i j., ' ot but" nnn-llllj- r 1 number of gentlemen of prominence and great merit, the entertainment will be rendered additionally attractive by the Glee Club, composed of a number of the young ladies of the city, who will sing all of the latest campaign songs while Ijeing conveyed through the streets in a large nnd brilliantly illuminated car. One of the best brass bands in the State will also furnish music. All the clubs in the county wjll be present, together with many from the adjoining counties. Transparencies, torches and flambeaus have been provided; the companies have been drilled nnd everything systematically arranged. While the banners, uniforms and ornaments are all gorgeous, the diiierent bands of children, ranging from 0 years upward, will be n special und imposing feature. Kvery precaution has been used to prevent disorderorout-brea- k of any character, and we can safely promise that all the exercises will prove satisfactory and enjoyable in every particular. The invitation to the democrats of Lincoln and surrounding counties is broad and hearty, as will be the welcome to all who may come. Alex-and-He- r. The meeting conducted at Junction City by Klders U. W. Yancy and It. A. Hopper hns resulted in 0 additions and will continue over Sunday, with two serj vices daily. The church is crowded each time with anxious hearers. Five more souls have been drawn to Christ by Hew Hen Helm's faithful and effective presentation of his Master's cause and the meeting grows in interest and attendance. He v. A. S. Moflett has been present since Monday lending aid and comfort to the glorious work. The meetings still continue twice daily, morning and night, with a women's prayer meeting occasionally winding up the day's services. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. WASHING MACHINE I have bought the right to sell the Florence Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish all who may wish to save their clothes from this rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of washing. Take one and try it and be convinced. I'll not worry you about buying unless you are fully satisfied as to its merits. MT. VERNON, KY. This old and ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. M. P. NEWCOMU, Prop., Sj-t- i. Ml. Vernon, Ky. Hotel is still maintain- 0. H. M'ROBERTS, M. D.f STANFORD, KY. Office on Lancaster Street, opposite Court-Hou- se Has ins removed to this place from Liberty, to practice his profession, calls the attention of the pub lie to the fact that he will be ready at all hours day or mgnt to answer cans in town or country. Thirty years of his lite were spent in Stanford and he deems it unnecessary to speak ol his ability as a physician and sunreon. A share of the patron-ag- e of the people of Stanford and sic nity is asked 6j-t- f by him, The undersigned have purchased the Florence Washing machine and after a thorough, trial, we take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, and without hesitation pronounce it a success in every particular, doing all that is claimed for it: Wm. Daugherty, J. W. Wallace, Dr. Bourne, Mrs S. P. Salter, A. C. Sine, Bill Perkins, Lewis Dudderar, J, E. Lynn, L. L. Dawson, C. Vanoy, Mrs. Amanda Peak, George Peyton, Alex Holtr-claC. C, Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. E. narrow, A. M. Fctand and many others. Headquarters at S. S. Myers' store. M.F. ELKIN. NOTICE ! TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Milt fin the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal in quality of flour, we think the citizens ol y the county should have county pride enough to Stephen Hurch sold to A. T. I have purchased the lumber yards of Messrs. patronise and sustain the same. We wish to inU3 fat hogs at 4j cts. George U. Wearen and I. M Hruce and will open form whom it may concern that we are in the alyour wheat and corn Wearen. We have "o good feeding cattle for a bit; yard .it the one purchased of Mr, will carry market to buy highest market price forand will We ways give the same. Besides lumber in rough and dressed, I sale. U. A. Lackey and J. E. Hruce, a large line of window sashes, doors and shingles, have added some new machinery to our corn meat laths, posts and the picket fence formerly sold by department and can now make meal to suit any . Stanford, Ky. person. It cannot be equalled by any other mill r S. O. MOCKER Mr. Wearen. in this vicinity We solicit a trial in our flour and The Squire Ciaines farm of 72 acres, meal departmeut. All having grain in our line for sale will Mill, where our near the Fayette and Scott lines, sold to New Livery, Feed, and Sale Stable! agent will beplease callallat the who will times, found at give the LifMuirat$81. best prices for same. Bran and shipstuff always in stock. W. N. POTTS, WedMay wheat went up to $l.TJt I have purchased the Lriik Stable oi) Supt., Stanford Roller Mill Co 151 tf. LT7MBEB, Xun-nelle- YAED! nesday and Old Hutch says it will touch Sl.'Jo in a few days. Formerly occupied by J - Attention is called to the trustee's cent!) by John II, CarpenterE. Hruce, but moreSta 1 hae Put the sale of the large landed and personal ble in thorough repair and am furnishing it with feed of a'l kinds, a brard property of J. C. Hagan, in Madison county, notice of which appears in this New Stock of First-Clas- s Buggies, Depot Street, Stanford, -- cDilouiSYiut,MtwAmASTiCni(usoliT(a- paper. Fox Surreys, &c, it Hice bought ut Itarbourville 1 """ o.llee-seekin- -' '" There was a chap ho kept a store, And though there might be grander, He sold his (Tools to all who came. And his name was Alexander I He miscit hU goods with cunning hand-- lie was a skillful brander, And since his sugar half was sand, Thi-called him Atr-SSD- ii He had his lo c J one to her came, Then loving y he scanned her, lie asked herwould she change her mine, Then "Oh, a ring did she said, with smiting lip, can be commander.1' And so they framed a partnership, And called it cs,M "If I Alkx-and-m- kr ..... I Under a walnut tree thay sat, He held her hand, she held his hat I held my breath and lay quite flat They kUsed: I saw them do it ! Hi held that kissing Mas no crime, Slip held her head up cscry time, 1 held my peace and wrote this rhjmc They necrkne I knew it N. Y. Mail and Express. many-j-ear- 1 Jennie kissed me when we met, Jnmplng from the chair she sat in, Time, you thief I who lose to get Seets Into your list, put that In, Say I'm weary, say I'm sad, Say that health and wealth hate missed tne; Say that I am grow ing old, butstdd "Jennie kissed me I" Leigh Hunt. 20 head of mules at $7o and $100. I). C. Terhune bought of L. W. & Lytic Hudson 22 yearling mules nt SIX). Mr. Terhune has purchased in the past (J weeks Dan110 yearlings and 240 mule colts. ville Advocate. The Cincinnati cattle market is steady, with a moderate demand for butcher stun", which is worth from : to t.ir; other grades very common to best shippers run from J to 5 cents; hogs are fairly active at 3J to 0..V1; sheep are steady ut 2 to I; best wethers 4i. At the sale of Greenberry H.ight yesterday 14 milk cows brought from $14 to $31.50; 11 yearling heifers $14; 10 steer calves $15.10; 7 heifers S12.S0; sheep 11 2 ami mules at $111 to jack $421; $130; mule colts $45; suckling jack $375; jennets $5 to $580; cattle $4.f0. Crowd 34 head rather small, but prices satisfactory. The sale of Hen King Wednesday was well attended, but bidding was very slow and the consequence was that most of his property went at low prices. 13 Shorthorns sold at from $20 to $40.50; Shorthorn calves $15 to $25; thoroughbred Shorthorn bull $41; work mules $220 to $2t8 per pair. Sheep $4.15; 24 cattle scrub cattle $10.80; 25 cattle $2; plug $1JI.20; 2tl horses $40 to $75. 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Five years ago I was taken so ill with Daily, Stcures to Travelers, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Ever attempted between .he great commercial cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hence the fastest time and most comfortable trains between all points in the South, or to the West and Northwest. The counterpart of this train on all trunk lines is denominated The Limited Express, The superb rolling slock we employ gives patrons Unlimited Comfort. rAt all Coupon Ticket Offices in the South you will find our time tables and tickets. Say get Monon and stick to Monon, il you want to save money and have a pleasant journey. E. O.McCORMICK, General Passenger Agent, Chicago, City Ticket Agents and Officers: I. M. Bucknsr, ji; ..th Ave., Louisville, Ky E, A.Torrenck, 119 Nine St., Cincinnati, Ohio Mo-no- R of great men all remind us There are great men still about us; When we lease the world behind us It will get along without us. Deaths o ire red. Elenant Premium. 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At Louisville Harry Smart was found guilty of the murder of Meisner Green and Uelle Ward, who were found floating in the river with their throats cut, four months ago, aud his sentence fixed at imprisonment for life. Smart's wife is also to be tried for assisting him in the murder. . was entirely cured. Since that time I am never without a box of these pills." Peter Christensen, Sherwood, Wis. "Ayor's Pills havo been in use in my family upward of twenty years and huve completely verified al that is claimed for them. In. attacks of piles, from which I suffered many years, they afford greater relief thun any other medicine I ever tried." T. F. Adams, Holly Springs, Texas. " I have usetl Ayer's. Pills for n number of years, and havo never found' anything cip.al to them for giving, nib an appetite and impurtiug. energy and Htrength to the system. I always keep them in the house." K. 13. Jackson, Wilmington, Del. " Two boxes of Ayer's Pills cured me of severe from which tlo any work. I took three boxes of Ayer's Pills" and that I was unable to hail mati$ m Iia & N LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. The Great THROUGH TRUNK LINE. To The SOUTH & WEST With IS? Louisville To Nashville, .. Kisur, Jr., Rock House, Va. "Ayer's Pills are in general demand among our customers. Our sales of them exceed those of all other pills combined. We have never known them ntlsfrtftion.-- ' . fail to giye entire Wright & Hannelly, Sau Diego, Texas. IC.uma Keyes, lTubbardHton, Mass. "Whenever I nm troubled with con. Htlputlon, or suffer from loss of appetite, Ayer's Pills set me right again." A.J. Headache, long I was Memphis, Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. Newport News & Miss. Valley Co. Only one change (o points in a sufferer." Ayer's Pills, Or. ARKANSAS & TEXAS. EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on the line of this road will receive Special rates. UrStt agents ol this Company for rales, routes Ac,, or write to C. P. ATMOItE. C. P. & T. A., Louisville, Ky t ft. J. rBKrABKD BT C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Matt. Sold by all Dealers In Medicine. " x'j jMS33Swiai Mwrr, l i fT!? ;r myllfcwyTMwyyiwwpy m Mp YjjEyijwujijijfci 7';" V ic f I - i Wndbnot suppose that the nlost- pigTut: Albany, X. Y., A nuts takes an 'olitan Hank, Cincinnati, for violation of headed republican or the narrowest-minde- d exceedingly rosv view of the situation, the national banking laws, has been con prohibitionist win complain Unit which seems fortified by facts. It says tinned until the February term of the Hook Keeping, Short JIatut, Telegraphy, Set I n rite for Catalogue ant full Information. Gov. McCrcarv has not made n faithful the tight is practically over and tho as- - eoutt at Cincinnati, owing to the illness vl V I LikEif IV Stanford, Ky., Novemuer 2, 1888 and untiring representative of all the surances of victory for the democratic of Mean", whose bail was increased from people of his district. Helms attended cause have now assumed such u shape SoO.OOO to $100,000. to every demand made upon him and that all doubt is removed. Xew York is W. P. WALTON. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. when justice and right were involved he as safe for Cleveland and Thurmau as is has served his bitterest political oppo-- Alabama; Indiana will return a larger Mr. J. L. Flanary and MNs Marion, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ncnt, with the same zeal with which he majority for the democratic ticket this daughter of Jesse McUtillcy, weie niar-ha-s attemled to the wants Jorcy than four at GROVER CLEVELAND, friends. Xo man, woman of his party yearbeen entirelyyears ago; Xew the re-- , ried I). Waynesburg yesterday, Carey, 15. Flint and MKs or child has has abandoned by l.illie YorV. Of N'tw ever sought his official aid in vain, and publicans, so far as the electoral vote is daughter of Mr. S.un Carey, of King-n- o For one can charge that he has neglected concerned, and Connecticut is more ville, were made one Tuesday, :50th. Miss Susy Hawthorne, sister of ALLEN G. THURMAN, his duty in any respect whatever. Xo ' strongly democratic than ever before. Of Ohio. letter from any of his constituents The republicans are now making a des- - Trey Woodson, of the Owensboro Mes- has ever been treated with silence and perate fight to save Iowa, Minnesota, senger, was married to I.t. Conway, of For Congress, no man can say he refused to answer Michigan, Illinois and Wisconsin in their the V, S. Xavy, on the 1st. Mr. A. M. Frye, an excellent citizen any letter sent him. In addition to serv- impending defeat in the presidential Of Madion. ing his district so faithfully, he has like- Held. They want enough left to prevent i of the West End, and Miss Lizzie Page, wise served tho Xation most patriotical- the party from going to pieces and they the estimable daughter of Mr. Joseph The despicable trick of the republi- ly and his retirement would be in the are scared out of their senses at the pros Page, were married on the 150th. cans to secure tho Irish vote by obtain- nature of a public calandty. He hud the pects of n cave in the hitherto solid colMi's Carrie Cullum,duughterof Sening an expression from the British Min- honpr of introducing four of the fivo im- umn in the West. ator Cullum, of Illinois, a native of ister, Sir Lionel Sackvillc West, favora- portant general measures passed by the Wayne county, Ky., is to be married to ble to Cleveland, has acted likea boomer-nns- last Congress and of originating two or Thk democratic party has given this H. G. Il'iniie, of Xew York, on the na all euch attempts aimed at our raoro of them. Every true democrat section and the State every advantage Uth. Miss Jane Hull died of fever at Grovcr usually result. Without unbe- will do all iu his power to return this that it enjoys by the reason of the pre vailing temperance laws. It was a dem- Owingsvillo on the day set for her wed coming haste and with no sign of n useful member to his seat in Congress feeling of panic, the President quietly and we cannot believe any person who ocratic leirislnturo which nave the coun ding and was buried In her wedding ordered Secretary of State Bayard to lay has tho good of the country and the dis- ty the privilege of voting whisky out of robes, including the engagement ring on the fact that their representative here trict at heart will assist in his defeat by it and it was democratic votes which se- her linger, at her own request. The widow of Justice David Davis had been interfering in home affairs, voting for Xooe, who has not the slight- cured the adoption of the prevailing pro- 1 through our Minister to England, to the est hope of election. I,et thcpeoplccon-side- r hlbition law. Yet after all this, there was married at Fayetteville, X. C, Tues- duy, to ) harton Green English government, and to suggest that what Gov. McCreary has done and' are men. m lost to all sense of gratitude Mr. Green jIiVjiu twt 1iiI..1i tiki much ' his recall would be eminently the proper then by a tremendous majority bestow thot they propose to knife the party li..r f.niuit Imuliurtil w tinmntlitntr lit-.-as . proceeding in tho matter. The English on him the deserved plaudit, "Welldone, which has stood by them and actually a half a ton aid tho republicans to defeat, if possible, The marriage of John Logan Ikwley seemed to be in no hurry about the mat- thou good and faithful servant!" JSJT. tho best representative they can have, and unnie (iiutsKiil nrutton will take ter and after waiting three days for their The fact that our faithful reprcsenta- - A vote for Xooe is equal to a vote for "" ' ""!& action, the President ordered the Secre"i" ,cJ" t,". tary to inform the British sucker that tive has never been beaten for any office Ewell, for neurlv all his votes will come friirnds of the iwrties are invited to be Winchester Sun. bis room was better than his company to which he has aspired, should not give j from the democratic party. Republicans present. and he must "git," as his presence in an democrats an over confidence in hisabil-- 1 talk prohibition till election day and me iniir. temperament Is born with a official capacity would bo detrimental to ity to carry tho 8th district. In n square! make big promises, but they never fail light between him and n re-- 1 to vote their straight ticket. It is only cow. You may increase tho butter yield by i the relations between the two countries, stand-umaking her give more milk, but tbo relative "When it was intimated that the people publican there would be no sort of dan- - tho democrats that permit themselves to proposition of solids will not be greatly changed. On tho other bund, a certain lino ' were impatient for summary action in ger, but fully 05 per cent., and more, be gulled the matter, the President, who knew it possibly, of the prohibition vote will The National Journalist, published at of feeding- will put water into a cow' milk without showing any corresponding increase First-Glas- s. was no child's play, and could not be come from the democratic party, and Chicago, and one of the most superior of butter or cheese yield, u sort of gruel of in a childish manner, said, every vote cast for prohibition is the disposed specimens of tyjography yet produced, met, but tin don t pay, us wuter in milk "Let the people have a little patience, same as one cast for Ewell. The extent devotes considerable space to the Ken- don't count. Tiir.itc is one thing to impress upon the They will find me no coward." They of this vote is an unsolved problem. It tucky Press Association. Tho several fathers of the boys about going to tho fairs. may succeed in defeu'ing McCreary. So did not expect to find him one, but they excellent papers read at the late meet- Tell them all you know about all tho petty had no idea he could turn tho tables so it behooves the democrats to take noth- ing are given, together with picturcsand swindles that hang around tho outskirts of tho fair. Tell them It is chcuner to buy a completely on the scamps who took so ing for granted, but organize anil work biographies of President E. Polk John- euno thun to pitch for it, that tho three card underhanded a way to "Burchardize" for victory till tho close of the polls next son and the Secretary. The publication monto man dues not throw the cards he is him. Tuesday. We can elect our man by a always contains matter of great interest looking ut but others tinder thnm. Tii.it no tell vote Ho. T. v. Hai.i.m's.h...,.I. last Mon. itrtrr'litPreiUer than that of Xooe and Ewell to the fraternity, ami it ought to be in ono canbo no whichin horse will win, or there fun rwwl ntiil nn.ug, would . .. . . tii u11l itn Sr- iniikfiilinti. th(J liim,8 of . C(lit0). in tjK. StnU, It " j " day afternoon has received more compliTiik best judges iitfrce thut no colt !s tr,le t0 and his conn- ,h llt,,.8,MM m01It'h,y SK-- 0 ments than any delivered here for years. J tended for agricultural lalwr ought to bo ycnr. nt set to work befoie it is three years old; in l A ready speaker, fortified with tho fig- - trJ : Wk have private information that Mr. uny ea.se they ought never to bo employed ures ami lacts, aim possesseu 01 a ueuiui A ,iE.VTI.EJIJIN w,0 wn8 imsiinl MVIi ai iwo years, uo matter how tiumenius may of dry humor, which comes to the stir- - tJmt the e James Maret, who has done four men's bo tho cures bestowed Uoii thorn. And report of on the slightest occasion, he captl-- fey',, dfcgnicefiil conduct at Montiecllo work for the last year, has at last found even when employed for furm labor at vntesany audience and demonstrates not only wng not overdrawn, but hnrdly that he is overdoing himself and injur-- three years the work should bo studiously "' uv ' l" "UIV Uiulr Browing lorins, so us not that he is a born orator. There is some- m 1(Ica of thu exaw tlmt the ing his health. Fr this reason he has iaj iui'i iiuuuru iiivir iuiiH.Tii'1'iiv lormiHJ thing handsome in store for this rising Urunken (lemon wcnt t0 He fllrther decided to give up the Mountain Signal, iirticultitious und their unkuil or unhitrdened young man, who is doing so much for that the more decent rei)abiit.an8 after placing it on a firm basis, ami has bones. Premature work mukes tilu difficult to tho cause of the people in this campaign. were thoroughlv disgusted nhd that therefore disposed of it to Messrs. W. It. drivo; they wear train and unpleasant to and uge rupidly, and nns represenied ins couniy in uie. IIon Jo,n w. Tuttle was so outraged at Cress and J. It. Vowels, who will en- further, drift Into vlcioasncss caused by lie Legislature and his district in the Sen- - tht. conduct of the man whoso position j deavor to maintain the high standard their weakness. ate, but ho said, in an injured tone, when ' (ic.mail(ig that he be a gentleman, that the paper has attained. The .Signal's omwui i ieinr. a friend mentioned the fact, "I don't . if, .i, iin., n.i .ft.,.i .,. ,..t..J loss will be the Ixtekiok Jolh.vai.'s gain Bo much bus been suid and written 1 think people ought to bring that up Finley ll0me with ,lilU) n9 ,uu, l)eiJ t,,e for Mr. Maret will now devote more tho vote iu Maine, that the SL Paul about (Unlit against me. I am trying by a life of lion- - programme. Will the people of the 1th time to his correspondence, or we shall gives in tho subjoined summary tho official compilation of the vote of ull the parties in esty and probity to attone for it and I district return such a boast to represent know the reason. IbMumJ 1SV. It shows that the political A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. all reference to it will be dropped. trust revrriution of which Mr. HLune twlrgruphcu ie1 n ConRn!SsV Vc think not. All Ai.Tirocoii he thinks, ami many of his so a mint term at rraniciori carries a me the signH art. propitious for a signal VIC friends agree with him, that being a mail enthusiastically to Candidate Ilurnson was a most Democratic gain sentence with it and I ntn doing my best t0rv for Gen. Wolford. contractor would not interfere with the Hero it in : to avoid it." OOMPAIIlSON Or VOTE. 'I'm: administration of Graver Clove-- . legality of his being an Elector, Mr. J. A. Is 1SS4 Cleveland's majority in Xew land has been one of the purest, cleanest Craft has tendered his resignation, so Kenub'lcan ;y,t(i TS.WW Democratic Gl.siV rt,'.M York City and Brooklyn was o7,70.". It and most patriotic in the history of that there can be no cavil about the mat- Prohibition .T,UM i.ir. i Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly ocenpied by the 1, ivtl Labor orUiecntuck.... .1,!KK expected fully 100,000 nextTues-day- , country. yt has fully redeemed the ter. It CI Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s Bakery, Restaurant and hciltiTlnc and.Chairman Brice, basing his as- pledges of the . 111 fTIft nlttVkSMsnin party to return to eeon-- i NEWS CONDENSED. Total vot'. uib. win Keep constantly on nana everv- ...lllli.l na.um wttHiuimu, T.X OtH. sertion on carefully made reports from omical H.dil Hctubllruti lilurulilv methods in the conduct of the lltwj thinff in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, d Hvpuulleiiii tnnjorlly l.xail 1 I' llnlsnnnlo fi.ll nmW tli. the Best of every part of the State, says that the government and no taint of rings or Vtlnletlie KepublicaiiH show mi increase Candies. Fruits. Nuts. Ktr. .. V.tn democratic majority in Xew York will Meals served at any hour. of a train at Lexington and was serious of only 70." votes, tho Democrats frauds, such as flourished under repubaugment bo --'0,000. There ought not to he much tneir vote by'.vnli, n more tluin three-follican rule, hangs about it. Mr. Cleve- - ly injured. doubt about the result there, taking for land has thoroughly convinced It is again reported that Henry M. enlargement. Tlio Itepublieuu plurality of every lt,7sT iu Isst is int down to ls.fl.Vi, a reducmer elections as the precedent, fclnce honest man of his integrity and single Stanley, with all his party but two, have tion of l,(Em, or mora tliun S K)r cent. 1872 she has given republican majorities Respectfully, been massacred. R. ZIMMER, ness of purpose and has proved himself three times, first in that year, next in worthy of every Price, the Xew York bank robber, Wholesale and Retail. Tlio Almost OmnlM'Iriit ToruLrr. trust imposed in him. 1S78 and again in 1SS0. The smallest Governor Forakcr. places Ida thumbs In The people will be called on next Tues." was sentenced to nine years and five democratic plurality was in 1SS4, when day to express his armpits, throws his hat on tho back their opinion of this faith- months' imprisonment. head and declares that the RepubCleveland only had 1,047 over Blaine, ful servant und we have faith It is estimated that 12,000,000 peo- of his will cnrry'Oliio in "them licans by a nico llttlo malargest in 1SS2, when Cleveland and thu ple will vote next Tuesday. Four years jority of 00,000. that it be one of triumpMial approval. . beat Folger lor governor by ago the total vote was 10,048,0(51. That rather staggers us, we must conThe republican committee professes fess. Forakcr has u great head. Ho can "Tin: republican notional committee is Si.n'ce1S7- - Indiana has held eight elecin need of money, and needs it now," to believe that Harrison will carry Xew sio through a uiilUtoue as well us through Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, a telescope. Ho kuowa more well, there tions, State und National, and with the says Chairman Quay, with all the em- York by 0,500 and Indiana by 12,000. the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over Isn't anything in tho heavens above or tbo exceptions of the years 1872, 1880 and phasis that itulies can give in John Harden, a sensitive young earth beneath or tho waters under the a circular IhSd she has gone democratic. Clevewith which he is Hooding the country. thing, committed suicide at Frankfort earth that ho can't tell vou all about. ,. land's majority in 1884 was 0,512. Xew Yes, this party of "'y Oh, occauso ho thinks lie uiado ,i i.. puirty needs money, uvtutnb hid n i,ii i,i I njwnv iiituniuj . r LllCITl Jersey has only gone republican once in and needs it Wo don't cjulto know who created it badly Its only show is him. 1(5 years, then in 1872. Since that year to debauch the voter with tho fat it is A cotton mill which will employ Forakcr, but we feel reasonably sure that Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better the democratic majority has been from frying out of the favored few who are ' " bub ureu compicieiy eXliaUSleC grades, and 100(1 Hnindl.. n.w.rnlr. includes some of the very best vehicles made for the by tho effort. New York Herald. 4,412 for Cleveland in 1884 to 1.1,2:!:! in benefited by .an onerous tariff at tho e.v- - and 200 looms wns started nt Dallas, Tex 1874. Connecticut has gone republican nplicjl trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. l.lu nf flu. tinrttiln llnf.. mnn ".." as, .Monuay, in me presence oi marge as- ixwinjr nu Grip, "" -- "f I.W.O ft,....- - c:.,.. 1U70 - .. . .,.,! a" not avail. The handwriting is on the scmbly. v.. Mr. liluluo should havo learned reason You will be astonished to see such a stock in "I Stanford. ....... i.nata mi.l ifu. Lieveianir8 piurnuty mere neiore wall. The republican party having out 'I'li'nnti-.iiini- i itnnMi (iblcness ftllil natrlntlsin frnm (!linmii-iHwas 284 and in 188(1 the democratic , man " iatter U8efu, em, ' at J(M.k80n;.k. Wednesday, making 4,- mI ' ,( ,t evr Wfl8 30. nounccd aa Idea that . was 1,81)8. ,.., cases and . must go. M deaths in all. There tu fellow cltUeus were bent upou ruin- - MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. . , .. , us..., c..,i.. i ...!. i" 1IKO lll.lt 4.. urilCIU 777! Tl I WO pilOUHIICU . .HI ' was one death at Decatur and 1(5 new Ing American ludubtries and degrading nun .1 .M.Mi.r..-- . tiuuiun American labor. But Mr. Ulaino told his cases at Fernnndina, Fla. been nominated by the equal rights par-- ! our last issue, from the pen of Dr. Mor-t- y Detroit audience that "England seeks enCassius M. Clay, n grandson of Hen- trance Into this market, aud tho Demofor governor of Massachusetts. Miss ris Kvans, is liku a red rag shaken in a Stockton would bo iu much better busi-- , bull s face in its olfect on Klder Joseph ry Clay, has been committed to jail al cratic party, following tho lead of Pre.'J- - KJI JO JOT ueiu ijoveicmi, is doimr all it ran to ness if she were married and laisiiig a isallou. W e know he would come to Alexandria, Va., under tho ket. uud ffiveu largo time and he has not disappointed us, debtor' s law, on a warrant sworn out byf bliaro ou.,;1'oin(!nationu beyond the sea. " family, and she would no doubt like toJ .)0. Clnr eo for Mr. uhUmi seems to havo lost his grip. be, but so far no one has asked her to do His reply will be found elsewhere in this ax Ik Tl .101111 waugneriy, cutter a. Xew York World. ior ffW it, or she might not now be monkeying paper. ' z Marks, hns lit out under mysterious vir- with politics. It is rare that a happy Tliut'n AImjiiI tint NUo of K. nih rjigiisn press is Howling over the enmstances. Miss Ophelia ISilmore. nKed married woman so far forgetB her sex us action' oi rresiuent uie.ve.luud m giving .'! ), died at the residence of her brother- - A correspondent rites to ask If wo can to seek honors, that must prove dishon-er- s Saekville the Sack and "Me Lud" him-begive him tho gist of political situation J.' S. Hoberts. Danville Advo- Iu it nutshell. Yes;the wo don't need a and to ull who attempt it. says it was "unwarranted," Hut it cate. cocoaiiut shell, cither an ordinary filbert is hardly worth inuntioning vyhut.thoy A negro burglar attempted to rob shell will servo our purpowe. Thopeoploof How desperate Is tho cause of Harris-of it. The A niei leans aro satislied the house of John Keith, an aged citi- - this country havo it fixed habit of letting on and Morton may bo easily inferred think well enough alono. Grover Cleveland thnt it was tho proper caper, don't ' you Y.v of Xicliolusville, when Keith knock has handled from tlio fact that the national ediinnit-te- e public affairs in a way satisknow ed him down with an ax and Mm. Keith factory to thu business men and thu has employed that old jfilBMFB ftC iItSL1! t ft it JlBB i of the country. They propose to coon, lien Dutlor, to make speeches in Tiik Louisville Post is one of thu news- und Mrs. Mollatt sat upou and held the allow hliu to do the same thing four their behalf, and he is now sawing the iest and best of afternoon papers and rascal until ollicers arrived and took him years mora. ' Thcro you havo the wholo story. New York Herald. uir In Michigan. Doubting democrats reaching here at the time it does, almost to jail. The grand jury of Mason county has need no longer fear the result. If tho re- Ulls the place of n morning daily. It can Too True. Too True. publicans were not beaten before, this bo had too for a mere sting, as its adver- created a sensation by indicting T. A. Ono of tho gifted Intellects that KespesH, a wealthy mini ami Jonnh would do the business for them. tisement in another column shows. over clerk; Mayor K. K. 1'eaice, Jr., und Chas. party In the destinies of tho Republican tho Hoosler stuto poetically re"tiKN." 1iiaii.ev made n speech three Dkmociiats, theie are but tjireo more K. 1'carce, assistant bank cashier,, und a marks, apropos of tho Plumed Kulght'a Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture in length at Knoxvillo this week days, for work. See that you let no grass man of family, all for keeping women western stumping tour: "Mr. Blaiuo is a hours gorgNous political humming bird and un- and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low as such goods to demonstrate, we suppose, that n man grow under your feet iu that time. The other than their wives. derstands tho art of extracting sweeto can talk indefinitely if he doesn't go to victory is ours if wo even partially do The trial of William Meansnnd Jno. wherever ho goes; but ho will und very can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conthe trouble to think. H. DeCninp, late ollicers of the Metrop- - llttlo honey in Indiana this trip." our dutv. vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal - BRYANT &STRATT0N Business College C LU wl IOf W ' 1 j 4 J ; Mr-singl- e james b. Mccreary, T. R. WALTON SOME! STREETS s r, rv -. MAN & STANFORD, KKNTU C ,J-- " "":" 4'' p I ! I Prices Always Reasonable and Goods j j t - h'elf t GOOD In-- 1 EMPTY BARRELS FOR SAX.E. Courier-Journal- 's Fin-fac- 1 j j, J I 1 NEW I NEW NEW I nua to-b- xey L- i Pies.-Cakesan- -.- d i FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE ' BUGGIES, CARRIAGES ll)2,8-")4- 1 i- . . .!.. 1 .! .., """""'' ..-i- -- j. 1 J 1 .'etlc ono-lial- f GEO. WEAREWT, OT&BTG'B. ..i .. !.!.. ',,,. non-reside- ' .y FURNITURE STORE ! i- -. 4 MACK HUFFMAN, PMDP lf f in-la- 1 ) ' cock-eye- d work-Ingrae- n jbhUmhhjf " ex-circ- pro-lid- o Ml m V J 1 , KmUBL ". " Semi-Week- ly Interior journal . Stankohd, Ky ESTRAY ! Tim people of Yosemite will be disapTjik bras liutnl xns to ho with W. K. Published Bvory Tuesday and Friday Vnrtion to Kuwltintl pointed if they have set their hearts on last night ami n bij 'I htrr came to my f.irin about the imddlcofSep hearing Hon. James Harvey Hrown A. C. SINE, at jollification wah oxpectel temLiT 7 mountain uvea, which speak afternoon. Ho asks us by paying for craririL' and lor hithe owner can get notice. PJClt VJCAH.IN' ADVANCE W K.AHKAIIA.M, AitoiTL'i foreigners were naturalized to state that owing to the importantcase Crab Orchard Ky. mrWhcn not to here tliis week nntl tbo last one of thein in court, in which ho is now engaged, $2.00 will be char.td. will vote the democratic ticket. ho cannot 111! his appointment. A Good Chance to Make Money. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. i Nkw- Hominy, New UeanH, New PicklLxntahtkk has given itself entirely 1 rain leave KowUnd at S!J5 in anil ;'o am es-, and return at 6 p m and 40 p m Now York Cream Cheese, Now over to preparations for the democratic: Since have gone into the brick husinom aud find it and the hiiUhrriiiK hii.ineni (Sootls of all kinds at tbo "Model demonstrations and it promises canattcnu to well, and requiring moremore than money thin L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. have, run both a, thty ought to bv, have deto be the event in this section of the cided totorent out my daughter home with the j Many noted speakers will acre land and gcou home to live in, to somebody ., Mail train cclng North .. .. W. R. Smith, of campaign. It. VKH.vo.N.-H- on. that wan In a Kood paying buints, for a year or We Have Openod a new Stock of .. .. "jIJlS' touih Impress train " South will be one of the speakera be there and nothing will be left undone te, and let them have my tool anil a good 1137cm Iticbmond, F RAMSEY. North 3r-- " to make it n glorious success. A large rally at Mt. Vernon Lotal rrtlcjit North.. .0 30 m at the democratic crowd will go from here. ... .6 j j pm South :M, The latter trains Uu curry passengers I he ito standard lime Solar iscatculatcd The Courier-Journhas permitted itTmkiik b nothing tlie matter with thiH Imi s .tout toninuies faster. self to Ihj imposed upon by somo scribKilabliKhed i8;B weather. October did her bent in it bler, who mentions a number of demoMEANS IUSINESS. ast few dityH to redeem hcrxelf from the crats, such as Judge Varnon, Jailer Published Every Afternoon, Watchm and jewelry icpnin-- and r,''ori' of dinnyrceablu weather previously Owens, W. N. Potts and others, as havKxccpt Sunday Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Everymade. warranted, A. It. Penny. ing leen converted by Judge Durham's Tun iK't place to buy drug, patent thing is new, A ukntlkman who hiw a Htniight tip speech to vote the democratic ticket. We Ha, the large! circulation of any daily paper medJi'inenud toilet atticliHiH at A. It. don't suppose any of them over cast any in l.ouiiville. 'lhe only evening paper that print Penny'. "v" rmiey lias sent 5ot) to Uisey. The the United Prei other vote in his life. It is very smart in- the new ofcirculation for the .Aocialion. over Average 6 month Huvyour M'houl WkK, ink, tablets, ' monu' i8 furnished by the national ' mittee, but they will to get otTsuch furiously funny bus- IJ.ooo. KnrilH and evliool huppllct of all have to jut up deed it it the home paper for the people cl the Ohio Valley kinds from A. 1L Penny, more than that to give that drunken iness. A a nepjptr it take lhe front rank, while And everything has 1 guarantee nil watcher ami every arbeen selected with great care, the senior memindividual even a show. The (Sold and Silver Band serenaded the gencrol literary department make it emphatically the family paper of the South. line 01 Jewelry I fell to Uu Jiirt as repre years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with ber's six SuWription. liy mail 50 cent! per month rntwl. A. It. Kenny. J. W. Hmkv, of (larmrd, has bought Controller Durham and Hon. T. K. tree Jjj per year postage free.) Monday night at the Myers Hoube THE LOUISVILLE POST, out the store of Mrs. KtUt Vanarsdale discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and PERSMAL POINTS. 316 Creen Street, I.ouIsmIIc, Ky. and taken charge. He will retain popu- and both acknowledged the compliment in neat little speeches. HeferriiiK to our those who pay promptly on Jan. 1st and July 1st is especially Miw. 8. 1). IIimkkr baa gone to attend lar little Johnnie Mycr as clerk and ! I). S. JoneH. hopes the friends of the old linn, and representative in Congress, Judge Durtlio funeral of Mr. desired. Maoamh FtiiHii vd l)i nn returned many new ones will Ihj added to bis list ham spoke in the highest terms of praise. ' He said that a more active, earnest, courAsking a share of your patrouage. we are Respectfully, of patrons. from Springfield, Mo., yesterday. ageous nnd painstaking member than lic ATrutec ..( John C llagan, I wi tell at pubMm. W. F. K.ii8,;v Ih visiting hereon, auction on Ki.ctTioN Nkwx. We have arranged Gov. McCreary did not sit in the NationMr. I.. II. Itnmsey, in Lexington. with Operator .1. A. Carenter to re- al House, and that the bare suggestion Nov. 14, '88, Hov. J. S (lii,i; and family will receive the election bulletins next Tues- of sending such a man as Kwell to take At hia house in Madiion county, on the Lancasj time lo Col. T. V. Miller's in town. liis ought to the prohibition ter pike. 10 miles Irom Richmond, the real and personal estate Miii. S. A. Nkwki.i. and V. II. Pet-- i day night and until the llnal tesult is as- ists placeevery one makehas the good of land consist of belonging- lo said llagau. 'lhe certained. The telegraph ollice will be and who tus, of Somerset, an- attending court. closed at 7 o'clock and only those, admit- his section at heart reconsider their de- THREE HUHDREDTHIRTY-SEVEMn. S. V. Pxiiuis and family linxc ACRES ted who contribute towards the liquida- termination to contribute to it by voting n oved back to Mt. Vernon, temporarily, Of XV.ilnut Lands, fronting on the Lantion of the I'M we have cuamuteed. for Nooe, and come up to the support of caster turnpike and about i mile from the railroad Hit. i Mil. I.S. Hi mnrm:, of excellent neighborhood The ini- one of the very best men that has over depot and in an all goad, consisting were the giicts of Mrs. Itoiiheii proicuienikare .. of a large a. s. iiiiiMTiorKT. uiu i minion, ciiarg- - repiesented the district. Mr. Ilallom INructions on tbo Cin- - was, as he always is, ready to say some- - Two-Stor- y " ,!,.,.i Brick Dwelling, 'vm H.,.,i l.vr,,;. who has heen with ciiinau . . was irieil itiesday ami thing timely and pointed, and his ac- And all necessary outbuildings 1 he farm Is well 1 lu r friends here for vvoml months, and is adapted to all the growths of corn, acquitted. Horaeo Hays, the negro giv- - knowledgements to the band and the la wateredrye, hemp, heat, tobacco nnd 'I lie rneil to Kansas Tuesday. en two years for burglary, was granted a dies who were present were most felici farm cau be divided into to parcels und will be old in one or two pieces, as will best promote tin Mils John M. Mi Iton:itr, .1 it., has t new dial on the grounds that the offense tious. interest of the assignor nnd his creditors, 'lhe irned from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. was not sulllciently personalty consists ol 65 Steers, Heifers, 6 Cows piocn, and the case a as acres of Corn, tiiile Miller .Mount, at ljiGrangc. Jiimik Diiiham's audience at Waynes- and Lalves Horses, 4 Mutes, a large amount of pounds of Tobacco, and set for letrial The cases against (arming . Vitm: has been elected n dl- - tin 1n.fnt-- nr (lf.tf.nlli .l.!rw. fl.!.1. burg was not so large as it ought to have 'J00'' Implements and Household Furniture Kirkssille and Kentucky Rner M "K ""'a"-" . ' been, but those who were present were Also 9 shares ol etc lector in the Lincoln County Hulldiiigf , turnpike stock, .j. .,.,.. ,, , miiivh Hint 'Ilall1-Terms as folio The possession of the land A Nixing Association in place of (iemgo filed claiming that the law of 1SS0, under highly edilied and expressed themselves will be given January i. iSEg, when of . . . .... , the purchase money will be due, and for the other . , ICMUIIl'l. II liriHT, which it imysirian can do mi eleel lor more informed on the tariM' question and ray mints credits of 6 and u months ssith interest Mil. Muik HxitiMN was here "vcstenlav . 1,1889 r'or the personalty onall l'H' nllegtil ollense, is unconstitutional its iniquitous operations after hearing from Januaryand sums of Sjo under, cash in hand' over that bidding good-byto friends, prior . ',.. place, and was repealed bv him than ever before. Ho made the case m""' creuu i" January t, 1SS9. svlll be given. .' Icaxing for New Mexico, to locate. His ,. XVM. L. CUUTCHBH, Trustee, pmhlbiti.Hi enactment for so plain, that..a number bad their eyes . Dr. M.Ch..,. , "' .. ..... .. f..il.,l.,.l... II. lM...rr!-.:i, tins county in the second. Dr. Pettus "l'v"1" ""u "'" vote ior me party mat i.t.i.'. ..i tlll'j lir it 111i ltirf u'' iiiitiK'lt power to reduce taxa''-rthat he l.a.lneu.r given lias done all in Its Mit. II. W. Pow,:.:sand Misses .vnie,'' ,"un tion nnd which will reduce it, if both 'I his notice forewarns hunters, fishermen U,e. and I.,,lvK, !v ,0 I,1,,1,,,,, ,,,.,n' !', Kt' and Hattlu Power left Tuesday for Col- our land peror wh.sky llr.igs.st K. W. Houses of Congress are secured. The others not to trespass on be prosecutedwithout lull- mission, as all smh will to the umbus,0., where thev will make their Judge's well known tempenmco views est extent of the law Signed ...... .n... f.:..n..u .1....I. .1..,!.... ,i...t. Jo'it'i that lie bad never filled one for IIV IIIIIIW-'JVIIIt.. llllIV 1.I.IIIIK till Jl him, and the (JKO I) HOIM'KR cae being submitted 'to j and record make him eculiarly fitted to T.J. HI LI... M. M.S. HALOID , ,h Mavvciv much lejsret that thev could . . ,, argue with those who would stray off JOirr XlcAIISlrR'; j.E IIRICK ,'orro ' , u "w"lL'tl SHAVKS, S H. HAUOHM n. t permanen.lv locate here. , .'" after prohibition side and we ae ' t'"" confident his efforts inissues county have .rsn. iifc.Mti HAl'lillJIAN, A M FKLANfll of Somemet, who. "m I'V" '' '". M...W.C. this ,. lMiiglari7iug the old sed to write for this paper a dozen vearsi fc.scd , ,. . ,. ,. . been amply rewarded. No man, who Come Sizes. ' r more ao, was Here a snort time Wed-- , ' . . has ever been n democrat, unless he is "G year in 1110 jenitentlary. rewluy, rvtiiriiing from Mr. Van Judge Monow announced Wednesdav so blind as not to see the result, can affiuientl. He does not think Fin- ter hearing him jeopardize Gov. McCrca-ty'- s The Farmers National Hank, located at motnlng that he Lincoln county, Ky., Is now settling Its j 's majority in Pulaski will go nv (1. in the doctors' overruled the demurer chances of election bv voting for iillalr inand therefore notice hereby (riven to all can's and they will have Nooe, whose MX), if it rcuclies that tiguiv. huldliii; said Hank's notes or li.ivlnifu.uin.. .ig.uil candidacy, whether it be so Mitl Association to preent thrni fur p.ismcnt. to stand the racket Oct 18, lESS. JOHN' i!.f)V.M.KS, Cashier. I!. P.. Idol was lined fs) for carrying a intended or not, is in the interest of KwAND VICINITY. CITY ell, who would not have made the race concealed pistol and given lOdavsin but for the hope the prohibitionists ofl'lsll Friday and Saturday at )at tjltf al(l.r pnrt of tllt. M.n,t.,.,. THAT- M r. Klk in's. HUSK'iided for the present. I'or iistult fer him. am Atfu t For lhe Conductor J. A. Kelley, on whom Who is Siu:? Tuesday a small, d M:wim. Mm iiink needles of all kinds " he drew the pistol, he was fuither lined young man arrived by the ..t I!, K. Weareii's. LELY COAL,; S"D. The jury in the case of Ad. Clark. .. stage and on learning that an item HAVE And uill keep it constantly on hands in my ards To Hiu.iiKiis.'.'.'iO.tKK) brick now ready; for stealing a suit of clothes, failed to might be obtained from him, a reporter in Stanford F. Hamsey. for 'ale. nree. The nxirt continued the case of sought the gentleman. Ho said his name Also Lime, Sand and Hair. .... re- - Mart Mnith, for the iiiuiier of Oe Sm th, was J. V. Theirman ami that ho was the tjise me Call. Ni:w and beautiful Glassware CF. ,,- JOHN I) IIK.r.lNS, .ii.i..ii'w n .till next term. In the afternoon the representative of the Chattanooira News. . .iiii-iv.i rrivt'M 111 Stanford. case of I.. H. Carter, w ho killed .loo and sent to investigate a case, the publication (all in Tom Mooie at Mt. Vernon, was called, of which had led the father of tbo uirl to Tin: Carter jury is also solid for Mts. and the selection of n jury began. All institute suit against the paper for $:,000 OT7T. (Vary, which is but another wax for the tegular jurors were examined and a damages. According to his story he had I. SCIll.Klil.L, the Richmond fhotnrapher iininherof and tho panel met the young lady on thestreet in ChatHiving it is a good one, wi I he Stanford, ln'illL' illcoilinlcte. .Illd'i Miirrmv rniliirn.l tanooga and she had attracted his attenHaving secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical WatchTuesday. October 2 and 30 lix recent purchases our stock is heavy su,ill' Now land to s 11011 L'Omen from tion by her ellbrts to flirt witli him. Ho Tuesday, November 13 and 27. maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness in every line, lressj?oo.ls, Ul(, 00imtry t0 lvport oxt morning. Mr. xvas and complete Tuesday, Docembor 11 and 25. rather in for that kind of business trimmiinzs, cioass, utmerwcai, will male using those c,ter wuh acquitted for the killing of himself nnd soon got to talking with her. And Inhtuntanoousnegatives on l'icturcsdays by made and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the process the can be ,e. rc cranio iv .iii. Joe Moore at the same time ho killed They finally met the girl's papa, who just us vscll on cloudy as on clear days. I also eye. parlies having l'icturcs to iUi ot,lr brother, and one ormoiehung seemed in great trouble, and ho readily wish to mention thatXX'ater Color A mn k was stolenTrom Kason White Knlnrpe in Crnon, or Oil, will find itto their advantage, to have it done at home ill. a fow nights ago and a Casey man, here- - juries hiivn resulted in the latter case, poured his tale of xvoe into tho willing stead of sending them off with strangers, as I can o copy them Just ns cheap and give entire lullsf.ic years of tho young man. In xvas tofore above suspicion, Is suspected. Par- - for which ho is now on trial, tlim hanking the people of Lincoln county V hnve on seveial occasions stated that the girl had left their home their p.itronjge, and hoping for n continuance for of ties are on his trail and some startling! am cry Respectfully . t tin lame, lf,.l ...., . ..v, ......M .,...v.. in Garrard county with a lightning-roriMitimrnnmiu nf flu lr!lltM (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) nevo.onn.tMH8 nru prmiurHMi. 61 if J Mill F.t.K L, Photographer is fresh in tho miudsof most of our rend- man, with whom she had become infat KAVOIUl'E LINE IIETXVEF.N THE NORTH AND SOUTH kuoving themselves in urii. All of yestenlay morning was Am. uated, and that ho had followed her to LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. to the estate of the late Thomas in getting 11 jurors and tho sher-C- . Chicago, Nexv Orleans and finally to Hobinson will plcaso advise me of the j(riad to go again to tho country for the Chattanooga, with tho hope of inducing IN 5 HOURS. amount and what It is for. Also those t,er man. The proseution isassisted her to return homo with him. The young Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. having claims against hnio will please j,y H.Miller and J. W. Yikes, the man listened attentively and then xvent . THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. inform me. in like, manner, euro hock latter tho representative of Gen. llrad- - anil wrote tho story up for his paper, llox G, Danvi)le; Ky P. II. idol, Ad ley; and the defense by Cols. Hill and which caused, as before stated, tho damTil K TKXAS SIIO BT LINK ministrntor. Welch,J.W.AIcoru1JtH.Ilrownanill'.C. age proceedings. To procure testimony Y7MHlHWiNsVMsaMtflsitRm!aaMlVurWiS CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16, 1888. LiNii)i.N moie Wan en. Tho juror finally obtained to defend this suit the young man hnd ST7TTOXT CO., are: M. N. DePnuW, I.. 1). Garner, T. J. been sent to Garrard, xvhero ho found w recks nntntltled, to tho long and ever ItlCAXJ TJJP. incieasinglistoiho Cincinnati South- Hill, J. II. .McKinney, It. G. Cplljer, A. that everything tho paper had published HUSTONVILLE, xCY. TRAINS NORTH; "Trains soufif Dawson, could be prox'en. He also declared that Are ktill In the business ami ready to do ern, and both occurred tho .same day. A. Warren. II. II. lioone, J,. .No. i. No. 5. No. 67" No 7. 'Wo. 3. No. - No. 8. STATIONS. Daily. Xo. 1. S. JClkin, ;. A. Tom Mcltoberts, XX'c ill the I'nclcrtnUiig-liiii-- . he had conio near, being murdered by have u full at JessaininoStation .where The first Daily. Daily Daily. Kx. Sun. Daily. Daily. stock of Cases nnd Caskets ol all kinds and Robes Daily. and Mf F. Honing. It xvas :5:,I0 tho young lady's fellow, a desperado of csery de'Cnption f)ur hrurse, uhich is nearly g a m 4 03 p m S 00 p mi 7 a one freight ran" intoanothor, injuring i'vc Cincinnati.. ,..A'rv 6 40 a m 641 pm imj a in boop 17 jj new can bo obtained on short notice, Mr J, It. o 53 a m' 5 47 P m 9 35 P m1 .......W'illi.iiiutown. ,.1ve 513 a m, ... 3 30 a m 43) p in number of employes "ami doing much when the Insfmftil xvasgotfen. The trial from Bell county, who had killed five (irrcn has charge of our liusine. and will show 0 59 a m1 7 01 p in 10 37 p in, (itorgetown.. 4 10 a ..' 7 n a m 3 08 p m or six men. On learning tho object of our goods to any oiiu needing atijthing in our Lexington... p m 7 3J p m 05 p m 10 'Sam .. 3 48 a m' 4 15 pnii 700 a m 340 pm damage. The other occurred at Pulas- vviU last perhaps 30 6.) tf .... 440pm 810pm 7 1011111 Lv. Lou., Lou S. R R Ar1 6 30 a in 7 10 p m 9 40 a m Tho fgjlowingnrij the .natnpof t$e his visit the fellow had sought him with ne ki, where an extra freight ran into the " Lv 8 37 pm'11 48 a m io t,oa wit. Ilurgtn ' .. 00 a m 3 jo p m s jo a in BUYERS' GUIDE li but in the encounter ho had local, which was statiding at tho station. witnchSGalfor tii)ilrftyutIoi Fnllto Car- a shot-guIliirgiu a 31 p ml 8 45 piniiioia m it 17 a in I.vc .Arr 3 jo a 31711111 345am March and Sept., 37 pm a in ....Danville... 2 3b a m la 16 m la jo p m1 59 p mpm year, It is an onoy. It xvas running at n high rnto of speed ter case, from Mt. Vernon: Dr., A. it. succeeded in kicking him in tho stoma 33 m uy ) 1) pini 9 10 pm ia 3?n m ii 43 in junction J3 a in $ oa m 00 p Lox'oll and xvife, F. h. Thompson", Mfss ach, downing him and following up the of useful in for. 1 oj 00 p in in noincrsct and tho crash was terrible .Sex'enteon 3 00 p m 11 05 a team jc p .. for nil who pur. 3 j am 4 15 a in o jo pm uakiiaie ... aja 9 30 put Kajto M'o'orc, JqsU Uorolng, JOvt Drown, advantago by stamping him in tho face pilec'i one. on topofanotborund 7 33 a in cars were 8 35 a nt 6 40 p m Ar v... Chattanooga . L've o 30 p m 7 53 a m ... the luxuries or the in 00 pin 4 00 a m Ar'v j 4j i in 7 35 a in .. till ho begged for mercy. Ho says ho 9 10 a in. 7 00 p in l.'se . Cbatttnooga.. of lite. We tho engine xvas thrown from tho track H. C. Gdntry, Ja(ne Prj;nit, Wm. u m o m in Ar'v Attalla . .. n ) J P ni 4 17 00 can olotbo you and furnish you with brake-maM.O. Miller, J. J. Williams, J. finally got back to Lancaster, xvhero he all the necessary and unnecessary 3 j j in 300 pm.., ,... 3 4j p m 11 43 p m L've .. iliriningham, and fell nt right angles to it. A ' 8 ja u .,.,., ....Tuscaloosa... ai m ... 015 pin joam r reported his escapade ami ofl'ered to re- appliances to ride, walk, dance, sleep, named Chambers had his leg brok- T, nndsT. A. Proctor iuiaI IJnrry'nnd Meridian... ...1,'vel 415am 10 cop till,,, pm 4 45m Ar'v ....Ill jj 6 jo a m II 00 m Ar'v New Orleans, ...l.'vej 900pm 33JP ni',M Owens. For tho defenso there are turn to prosecute the fellow, if hois ex'or oat, fish, hunt, work, go to church, Win. Henry Carrier and his en and or stay at home, and in various sines, Meridian.. jioitniL'se Arv ... 9pim ... ' George Privltt, both of present G. W. McOlure, Willis Adams, arrested. Ho wouldn't give any names, styles and quantities. Just figure out brother-in-laJackson, ... .Ar'vi ....! 900.1 m l.'se... IUI III ...!... 11 30 am L've, .X'icl.sburg, 4 00 pini... we take but little stock in the what is roquired to do all these things this county, weio killed. They wore en C.W. Adams, A. 0. Menefee, Wiljis and while Nlotitoe jopin L've 1005 a ni , COMFORTABLY, and you can mako a fair 15 Pin A r'v..Shrcveport... ..... 600am. .... mm....' route to Norwood to open n store, tho Griflln, Drs. Durdett and Benton, Fullcn story, xvogive it merely to seo if tiny of estimate of the valuo of the BUVEIIS' auiDE, which will be vent upon Mann lloudnir I'u (let Sleeping Cars on all trains. goods of which xvero on tho train. Tho Francisco, J. h. Brooks, James Craxvford, ourGarrard readers overheardofthegirl, pay postage, I). O. hi) WARDS, lieu Krt. .V Pass Agt JOHN COAULT, General Manager, man or tho Bell county receipt of 10 cents to accident xvas mused by sheer careless- B. K. Betliiiram. Mr. Andy Fish Is also tho lightning-roMONTGOMERY WARD & CO. R. CARROLL, General Superintendent. J. QUINLAN, Gen. ilertiuii, Agt desperado. for tho prosecution. 111. ness. -- i. C. WALTON, .Spkxki.no. Messrs. .1. Q. Montgomery, Tho great Labor party of tho United C. K. Powell and W. H. Gooch will ad- States xvill appreciate Ganter's magic W, !'. IttMtcv oIIIth liis butcher dress their fellow citizens at McKinney chicken cholera cure. Warranted by for nle. .See ad. and vicinity Friday night. Nov. I'd, nnil Mcltoberts fc Stngg. Novkmiikk 2. 1888 Tiir Littlu )tul Huk wns hunt yester- the two latter will speak at Waynesburg NKW ADVKIITISKME.NTS. day, iioiiHo! t!n with c onto of IiIh allien, Saturday, Nov. .'Id, at '2 o'clock. All cordially invited. UUH, MaonBOf tlio roiiibit!oniHtH. ! - Kjnk Sorbin m atT. It. Walton's. STEBFOBD PLWHG MM 9r , .. Mouldings, Brackets, Scroll Work, Frames, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Veranda Work, Etc. Flooring, Sidings, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, Superintendent. ;t-i- p-- iJ ' - - 1 (Jro-corv- I NEW STORE I Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, ." I 1 . cu-to- XV 011 The Louisville Post, com-pape- r, la-- it EOT -' i PIECE OF OLD GOODS Hal-la- m poi-tag- e XV Trustee's Sale I Wednesday, SEVERANCE & SON. - , N J first-rat- e llrod-hea- I . -- 1 . w I OVERCOATS -- T - le-(- blue-grass- . re-- J 11 to-da- ,.,,,, 1 Satinets and Kerseys, Worsteds and Chinchillas. -- j- . e ,..,', ml ...... 11 J s- - one-thir- ..,..., 1 1 ....,.. . j 1111 In Light ' , POSTED. and Dark Colors and in Light Medium and Heavy Weights.. 1 !'ltin -' ' , I mJ) Our Stock is Full of Fresh Goods. Early and get Choice of Patents and (J,-,..- ... "'"i I Win-ttie- 's NOTICE!: i I htan-fori- l, j 1 BRUCE&McROBERTS. FLEA.SE ii,,, 2TEW CO&L YABD.' 1 observe -- light-haireI.an-cast- . er SUPERIOR M'ROBERTSSTAGG -- ....... H A FICTILIL ASSOMTM15NT 11 i .i'i;i , oj-- j CUT 111 THIS WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. ""! insub-stanc- '1 I QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. 1 X d I - s pel-son- ,,.d con-debte- d J. T. r 4- Hen-edi- ct I 11 111 111 tillto-jnorro- . 111 m 1 11 I n, . . ,3 111 1 OThe A 111 11 , 1 s 11 1 111 111 1 111 11 111 y, 1 D . n 11 I 111 1 11 Ah-dro- . ' -- 11 M I . U 1 -- A d I 111-11- 4 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, General Offices, St. Paul lluildlng, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati Ohio. ('J "! i M ) ",v,r .v j .x..j:" . w . .:.' .. r II y HILL AT INDIANAPOLIS. Ktnplrc Wage cost in product. Long-Standi- ng Mountain Xtands Blood Disonsoa aro cured by tho persevering uso of Ayor's 1. 111 1 i j h .? ! H ! f ' fr t ? Mr i w f i p. , ;.' r Hew It Is Aflfectetl hy Wr TarKT-So- ra Politician Tb Interesting Fact anil Figure. the TurlflT question at the llooalnr Cpl-- . CtsJ. In tho census year tho last compilation of Governor Hill spoko at Tomllnsona Hall. the incidents of artisan production was 3Jiuiy prominent Democrats of the State made. Tho cost of labor In alt protected and unprotected Interests of that clasi was vcre- protont. The flrat part of his address tVft,n(H,9ui, and tho value of products was was similar to his utterances at Mitchell. M,10l,SiftMI7ll. Labor stood for 10.7 por cent, : Otherwise, ho spoke substantially as follows to the cost of product, and the shuro of I capital for material, machinery, plant, inMb. Pm?:)iiKsr axis have heard considerable about the wild surance, interest, etc., was S.1U per cent. "West, but this far exceeds my expectations. For the iron and steel industries, the share JOrcAt applause I thank you for tins kind of labor In the value of product was 18 per mid flattering reception. I am proud to cent, of capital si per cent.; m the woolen 17 per cent., und capspeak in tho city that was the homo of that manufactures, labor cotton manufactures, per cent ; in ital distinguished statesman, Thomas A. 31 per cent, to labor and 79 to capital; in Applause. I am likewise proud silk manufactures, er cent ; in men's to speak in the city that Is tho homo of your clothing manufacture, 21 per cent.; lu present nblo Governor, Isaac V. Gray. Ap- women's clothing, 20 per cent.; in leather, plause. The Democracy of the Umpire 5 per cent., etc. The average iiuuunl wages .State send greetings to tho Democracy of In both protected and unprotected industries was Wl. Wulv-iln- g Applause. the State of Indiana. In the manufacture of cotton, woolen and all preliminaries, permit me now to silk goods, the average pay of laborers win enter upon tho discussion of tho principal i 70 per annum', and the cost of labor to topic to which I desiro to call your atten- product was 24 per ceut. tion. The Democratic platform gives our In all protected und unprotected Indus Toaltlou on tl o tariff question exactly. We tries product allowed U5.7 por cent, of its duties value for wages, and &3.1I per cent to capi'believe that Uiero should be tariff sufficient to meet the expenses of the tal, to buy material and see to all investeconomically administered. We ment and expense, material costing 2,(V4 do not believe that under our constitution TOI.SW, or G per cent, of the value of prodn.ht Government has the right to impose uct, though much more heavy relatively id taxes for any other express purjdse. We the unprotected industries as a class. Kor belicvc further that in .the adjustment of instance, in slaughtering and nhe tariff it should be so adjusted that so far material was valued Ut 2t)7,73S,Jft, ana as posblble and as may bo necessary every products at Ci);t,.VJ,4i:t; in flouring and interest of labor should be protected and grist milling, material 4tl,M.V, and prodevery reasonable protection afforded to our uct t30S,l,712, etc. '.industries. Applause. In iho cotton and woolen textile industries, Bit! dcslro'to call your attention right the. percentage of wages In product was 24, Mills bill. It has and of capital 7(1 per cent., including materitoe're to this Jbcen stated that It will destroy the indus-triesal fiS por cent., of fW,i:i7,0S3 to 78.2l,29o. our country; that It will reduce the The average wages was 2(it).7tJ a year, aver- "wages of our laboring men. I deny both air In tr IS) nor cent, of thn vulun nf iirrwlin-- t propositions empiiHuoiuy. a am uui, now tu3,ovi,;wrt to HTiS'jay.rJfi -- and leaving 81 per speaking of tho articles placed upou the cent. to capital. tfree list. That is ono question. I am speak- i tho same vear the value of the product ng now of the articles manufactured and 0f English cotton und woolen mills was brought into this country upon which the jTTg.itW.OOO, the cost of wages wasKOl,--dutlesar- c reduced. There is not a single ic220, and the average wage per capita to manufactured articlo upon which the duty i 1 ,002,000 hands was $200.70, against 1100.70 3s reduced whereon there is not left by this m the United State's, but the value of the anucJi-abuseMlUs bill a sufficient revenue ( product of United Stutcs mills to the hand Xo represent the whole cost of the labor In- - was 11,377 u year, and In tho Knglish mills volred In Its production any where. Ap- - $770 per hantL The American per diem or .TikwucJ Therefore, tho lirst position that annual wage was 27.2 per cent, higher than J tJw is that tho Democratic party favors I tho English, but the avcrago value of tho thereby tho protection of labor. But wo I American hands' product was 75.7 per cent, do sot believe that when a sufficient tariff .more. The American laborer got too a year left stillinvolvedto Inrepresent tho cost of the more out of his employer than tho Engllsh-laV- r tho production,' that it is man, but his employer got tool more gross necessary fc still further burden tho people, t fmni his product than tho English employer ttwply to giye an excessive proflt to monop-- got out of his hired man. Balance In favor ichsls and manufacturers. 0f American capital in the cost and value of In reg.ird to salt being placed upon the product, (535 a year to tho product of one Tree list It has been said that there was a hand. trust, a salt trust. I never heard of it. It To produce tho 77S,100,000 worth of cotton was discovered a day or two ago by a dls- - and woolen goods, which employs 1,002.000 tinguished gentleman who spoko here. I factory hands in England would employ care not whether there is or not, hut if there DO4.O0O odd hands In American factories, is so much the worse. Then let us place England, with a population of 90,000,000 tills salt upon tho free list and help, If we people, furnished employment In lSSOlntex- can, to destroy tnese otner trusts. tile industries ulonc to l,(Xll,.V51 artisans. Let me call your attention to tho which is a larger number than were position taken by our opponents upon tho in all protected Industries in every question. A few years ago the dtstln- - tine of work in tho United States, iu that was a year. The number then employed in textile guished candidate for v imembcr of Congress from the city of Now industries in the United Stages with a ponu "York. He did not then havo the Vice-Prelation then 14,000,000 larger, was a little less jdentiat bee in his bonnet, and I think than CO per cent, of that number. "lie was honest with his own conscience, Assuming the average wago fund of En (honot with his constituents. When the glish cotton und woolen factories as an inquestion carae up a few years ago as to dex of all others, the textile Industry alone whether satt should be placed on the free paid labor there $210,027,610 a year, and the not, Mr. Levi P. Morton voted to ait orsalt upon the free list. Three years American textile artisans received lEU,.',-10- 0 jAaco a year. agro, when he was a candidate for United the If, says the Louisville Ouurkr-JoiirnaStates Senator in our State, against Mr. artisan and mechanic, as well as the politiEvarts, some of the ltepublicans who were cian, gets these facts into their heads opposing Mr. Morton and favoring Mr. straight, they will readily discern for whom Evarta made tho charge against him that , tho tariff is run whether for the help of St would not do to elect Mr. Morton United labor or the aggrandizement of capital States Senator because he was a free Iu both nations the textile industries "trader, and they instanced the fact that he largely overshadow any other branch of Voted to put salt upon the free list, and at mechanical industry, and arc completely that time Mr. Morton came out In a card ' illustrative of the artisan systems of the two ura saiu maiuwus uniair 10 mm to call mm nation In all thplr niirtv A tree trader because ho voted to put salt is But in all our artisan Industries upon the free list; ho said be did this and shown above that the cost of labor Initthe lie ought not to be blamed for It because he value of product was only 10.7 per cent, at did it in the interest of the farmers and tho last official compilation, vhilc the tariff dairymen of tho State of New York. artificially 47.10 per cent to the cost of .Laughter and applause. He was right, odds products on the lying pretense that labor anj friends, then, but how can he reconcile needs that much protection. It really inSris attitude then with tho attitude of the creases the cost much more for home prod- Republicuu party now and tho attitude ucts, as the costs of importation of foreign .taken in his own lotter of acceptance!" goods affords manufacturing capital here an The speaker then discussed the wool additional margin to cover with price preprob-taW- e at length. Regarding the miums of 10 to !W per cent, and i'i some comdefeat of the Mills bill in the Senate, modities even more. Governor Hill concluded : The War Tax. JRy friends, the Senate of the United Among the articles upon which tho war represent a majority States does not of tho people of the country. Applause. tax is still levied in the United States, are 3ieMreto state that they maintain their barley, books, buttons, cheese, chinaware, asocsdencj in the Senate of the United curthen and stoneware, straw goods, India States by reason of means that will not rubber, coal, cotton goods, prints, glassbear honest investigation in three States of ware, Iron und steel, cutlery, jewelry, &his Union. The State of New York has leather and leather goods, oils, salt, spices, ibeen Democratic now for several years. We boards, planks and deals, woolen goods, car.have carried that State by majorities from pets, dress goods of all sorts and hosiery. 1,100 to 100,000 and over. Applause. But This by no means complete the list; but we notwithstanding that fact, our opponents mention here, says tho St. Paul OhiU, the .keep control of the legislatuio of that State. most Indispensable articles of every-davLefme tell you how they do It. The const- consumption: every thing to wear, to eat itution of our Stato requires that every ten and to make shelter is taxed on an averugc por cent. For a Republican jeaxs there shall be an enumeration of the of forty-seveinhabitants of tho State, and that enumer- Government to impose such outrageous ation shall be followed by a reapportion-inven- t exactions upon its citizens is enough to of the Senate and Assembly districts. make every honest American ashamed. Avd in defiance of those plain provisions of But there Is gratification in the belief that Civs constitution, tho Republicans, that they the people are getting their eyes oiwn to the iniquities of these war taxes, und that zna.y retain control of the Senate and have refused to carry out tiieir tho Democratic party Is now marshaled for destitution, refused to order an enumera- battle under the bauner of tariff reform, tion, and refused to reappoint thu (Senate and under the lcadcrshpof a statesman and Assembly district of that State. For who will not ubuto otie jot or tittle of the ataat, reason, and that reason alone, tho just demands of u heavily-burdeneand. people. The war tariff must d jpreat, Empire State of the Union is by two Republican Senators In go, and with it the trusts and monopolies It sustains, and which it has built up to opApplause. Oho United States Senate. They do not represent the honest senti- press labor in all Its forms. Tho gigantic ments of tho majority of the people of that shadow of the war tariff, multiplying poverty and accumulating debt, durkens all the State. Applause. Ttere is another Stato to which I desire land. Its sinister shade is upon the people to call your attention where they have kept aad their industries. It keeps tho farmer in debt, the mechanic living from hand to IWUOCUHlUrB 111 IUD QCUKIU Ul tllU Ulllbl-Slates to misrepresent tho people of that mouth, the laborer In wretchedness and aSute. I point to the little State or Rhode rags; and does ullthls that a tew millionIsland. It Is that section of the couutry aires may grow richer and that'monopoly and trusts may wax strong and powerful. iv le re tho distinguished gentleman who addressed the citizens of this city resides. In It Is time to stop It. that State they keep control of tho legislarrateoleii Workmen. ture und the government of that State by In the bituminous coal fields of Pennsyldoing what! By insisting upon u property citizen vania 43,000 miners, who are probably the qualification for every foreign-borlaborers on the globe, eke Applause. And most poorly-paiiresiding in that' State. Ay means such as these a blot uon the out a wretched existence. Tho officials stafair famo of that State they have managed tistics show that their earnings average less than $0.25 u week, and they aro robbed .o keep control of that State. And by hav ing real estate owned largely by a few largo of 10 to 15 per cent, of that in the "pluck landholders who refuse to sell to honest for- me" stores. These poor devils, who are eigners desiring to live with them they supposed to be protected by the tariff, are liavc kept control of that State. It is an not as well paid as the same class of labor outrage. It is the only State lu the Union in tho English and Continental European nv here such un outrage has heretofore been niinos, and they are compelled to pay experpetrated. I am aware that some of tho travagant rents for poor houses, which aro gentlemen who hall from that section of the furnished to tho English minor for nothing; couutry are very fond of coming West and and in order to bold their places at the mines must submit in almost every district coming to New York to tell our foreign-borcitizens how they ought to vote, but I think to the exactions of tho company store. The who keep these Blalno ibatif Mr. foicign-bon- hud wanted to do some-Sbin- g great capitalistsare "red hot" for men in a high citizens ho might a virtual slavery, i for ;ycar or. two ugo havo stopped in that State tariff becauso it "protects American workingagainst tho pauper labor of and told his Republican brethren theyought -men citizens Europe" and are raining big checks down tu do justice to thu forelgu-borupon Malt Quay with which to buy votes before coming West to tell foreign-borfor Harrison. What do the working-mecitkens here how they ought to vote. think of MlndiaiuitKlU Smllnrt. 81t Ilcuaa - Sarsaparilla. I har oo acret, more or Iom, of Monnuiu, Coal mil Timber Lahd that I wilt rll at a bargain I rent fur a furniture and ut) it t ktnr.. rikim taltihment. dcrMling, hardware or ttnnfr't For (urlhor Informa good farjodj! Tht;earc C W. MKI'CAI.K, matimi, write tJ lUrboumtle, Kjr 3 mma " GASKETS, ROBES. 7 ii m 1 irrayitwiTB ESS1 11 Kei.i.ow-(,'iTi7.KS- 1 Hen-drick- 'i ! This mcdlclno is an Alterative, and causes a radical change In tho system. Tho process, In somo cases, may not bo quite so rapid as in others ; but, with persistence, tho result is certain. Read these testimonials: " For two years I suffered from a pain in my right side, nml had other troubles caused by n torpid liver and dyspepsda. After giving several medicines a fair trial without a cute, I I began to take Ay it's Sarsaparilla. was greatly lienellted by the first bottle, ami nftcr taking live bottles I win completely cured." John W. Uoujuii, "0 Lawrcnco st., Lowell, Mass. Last May a lnrgn carbuncle broke out nu my arm. The usual remedies had no effect nml I whs confined to my bed for eight weeks. A friend Induced mo to try Less than three A.ver's Sursaparllla. Uittles healed the sore. Iu all my experience with medicine, I never saw more u TO BUILDERS Inrf I lam ajenttir 1 lie Cincinnati Porter Iran Hoof Company and am prepared to furunh their ae-vc- ro IRON ROOFING At Sj 6-i- liiveitmml 73 per iu ire, nails paint., .It , included, 1' I. SIIKI.ION, ltolain),ky. LOYD & CO., McKINNKY, KV. W3Iu&t j&KQBB5alumM 3X3 ' Gov-emine- meat-packin- much-abuse- d Springs, Texas. "I had a dry scaly humor for years, and suffered terribly ; and, as my brother nnd sister wero similarly mulcted, I presume tho malady is hereditary. Last winter, Dr. Tyron, (of Femandlna, Fla.,) recommended me to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla, und continue it for a year. For live months I took It dally. I have not had a blemish upon ray body for tho T. E. Wiley, 140 last three months." Chambers St., New York City. , "Last fall nnd winter I was troubled with a dull, heavy pain In my sldo. I did not notice It much at first, but It gradually grew worse until It became almost unbearable. During the latter part of this time, disorders of tho stomach and liver Increased my troubles. I began taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and, nftcr folthfully continuing the use of tills medicine for some months, tho pain disappeared and I was completely cured." Mrs. Augusta A. Eurbush, Haverhill, Mass. Another marked effect of the me of this iiiedlilne was tho strengthening of my sight." Mrs. Carrio Adams, Holly Wonderful Results. For I)ruir, Medicines, the famou Svrup 01 i Ig and to iretour prrcripttoii promptly and cor rectly ruled nt all hour. md to iret our Staple r.r.v. rri... fine Cltrar. Toilet Article. ,c , k'" to LovdiftCo.McKliinc) Dr J A. WILLIAMS will attend to our dru department; nlio attend to the warn of the lcV., nlhtor da, In town or J country C WAlaX FAFJCR, and FTJHlTIT'CrilS. COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. W. MKTCALr 1 MAW METOALF fc HAYS, B. K. WEAHENT, ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. HARBOURVILLK and PISF.VH.LK, KV. Will ptactice in any court in Kaitern Kentucky. a ptcully Examination of land title, mad mineral land Any ZDiRTTG-Q-ISTor lie tract of timber, coal and any point and cor- tale. Information lurnuhed on retpondenc olicitea . . . r -- Ao Mo T PBMY, te To the Farmers of Lincoln and DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &0. Garrard Counties (fsgSfcS&) ppssbmbbshbIbbv Sam l'hytlcUnt prcicnptioii! accurately compounded. The Stanford Roller Mill Company ant your 01 isaa.anuwiin.., ii hihe,l marlel price Tor it to not the Mill or firt .ee.n Superintendent rottt at whole wheat crop d ,';"."" thunder-L-ne- J J, '"' 4siBb 1 THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, TPIE GALT HOUSE, LOUlSVILliE. KENTUCKY. CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. 1 -- Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Dr. I'n e '.oer'than Ever brought to thu mark! the WattheCloik anJ Jeelry Ite. paired on hrt,noti e and warranted loil. J. C. Ayer S Price $1 rmrARBD nr & Co., Lowell, Matt. tix bottle, 5. Worth i a bottle- - THE LARGEST AND FINEST! HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES Ho o lBUFJLJIilY, Is Receiving His ' . I,EK Stantord, If. m:KPMA.N', $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- 1 SUKCbON DENTIST, - Kkmtvckv.- Office outh lde Main, two door aboe Depot St. ING TO ROOMS'. MERCHANT TAILOR FALL TURKISH RUSSIAN MATHS IN HOTEL. R. B. GEOGHEGAN, SUCCESSOR TO AND . WINTER GOODS. Give him a Trial. c. M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, 5U 4TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. STANFORD, KY., Goods Warranted and aPerfect lit Guaranteed, E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. The Nobbiest -- & Stocl Most Stylish of-- FALL HATS, Ker brought lu llieclty of LouUvtlle, now open including the world-rt'Dotwi- f, KHOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS Andawmy own importation of Engiiih Hat and Cap. An elegant line ol Cane and Lyon' Fine Celebrated Umbrella nlay on hand SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, d Oloten and other r'ur, a pecialty Order outside of city oIicind, perfect satlfction truaran-teeDon't tail toordera NOMIV HAT tl tyr KeRtuckyCentral R. R. "BLUK CSK..VS3 KOUTE." THE SHORTEST AND From QUICKEST ROUTE CENTRAL KENTUCKY To all Point SAI-EHotel Mill maintain Thi old and loo acre on the Somerset and Crab 0rihaid LONDON, KENTUCKY, it high reputation, and it Proprietor i determm. road halftva) bcte,-- the two place Well of econd to no conntry Hotel In Kooil water at end ot rxirih Half 1 ejml and jo ed that it hallbe CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. or Atten. acrr in gra A gou ounei Tare, Appointment, ixnw. "' the State in W li WAI LACE. tiontohi Ouet. UiSCifc conveyed t and and iheep Dahney Ky Thoroughly RenavauJ and Refurnished. Firs M Special accommod. from depot free of chargeclass Fare and Resemble Prices. Day and tiontto Commercial Traveler. Trains are met by Polite Porleri, ol this Pop' ar ! aoj-- tf House. Httx'Vc jVImo unit ! M. rias. x. sisrtis. llaoiiHtsu. Kl,Mv, iSl- KtntrtvVy t will sell Jtureil A I desire to teas sacrifice a saw mill template llh jo hor.e boiler Albright Jr Slinin btg t Inform their mans aud tohorse enfnei, j 11 work. I ax ln wag- friends and customers of the thsnge tn Arm nam wsgon. burkboard, .pnnu wagon & 613 4th St., Louisville. on and harnm J ) oke of cattle, J mille.. I norse. MARTIN & PERKINS, grut mill complete, and m farm of cVi acre of Furniih. .nob land vll timbered. Will tell pnatlv Thofathionoftheday in the Genti" MARI SMITH, m The new firm hopes not on!) to sustain the rep ing line wilt alway be found in my ,ore' ' Ma wood. Ky f lation of the old, but Intend. 10 make many im the Indianapol" Steam Laundry, the agent tor piovemenlsln the mtnufaclurt of tobacco whl h will be to the inlereit of our customers, We wi belt Laundry in the or!d. devote special attention to our Natural Lest To the Farmers of West Lincoln, brands ot Kentucky best leaf. Thanking y j forpast favor and asking for a continuation ci Casey and Elsewhere. Respectfully yours, your trade, we remsin. S. O. DAVIS, MARTIN A PERKINS .m Having been authorized by Mr C C VatiArs-dale- , PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, proprietor of Hustonville Roller Mills, as his agent for the purchate af wheat in tin section of RV. country, I call with confidrnce on my old and tried MT, friends of the farming publi. to ci me before en gaging their crops elsewhere. Ilaviiif been In "Store. the trade about twenty years, I am familiar with Drug Office next door to Whitehead' I frel warranted, therefore, in the the business C. V. Simmon. SL Louis, Prop'r Speciat attention given lo'dieae of children declaration that 1 will t able to UwlHale the M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, Hst'4 f. transler ot your crops to the advantage of all con1B40. In tha IT. S Court DxrKATt J cerned, J II t.RKKN jl H. Zeilin, Prop'r A.Q.Simmon Liver Heyulxtor, Kttd by Zeilin SM. M. A. S. L. M, hat for 47 eir cured Indioxstiox, MiLtoi'iNits, well-kno- LAND FOR n JACKSON HOUSE. it' ir - rijt SAW MILL FOR SALE Iaiul 1 ? WOOD WALLACE, THE GESTS' FURHISHER, 1 sS-l- VERNON, THAT FIGHT The Original Wins. 77-- PAST LINE BETWEEN SFS&rCXiATXOXT. GEO. A.ROMER, BANKER AND BROKER 4a H 4 LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. FEC I5roaday and 31 New Street, TOBACCONET. C. A. BENEOICT & CO., DTsnrtuicic HiAoacMi.Loir ArrnTtTi, Socr Stomach, Ktc M. K. lie. T 0. Kiini, Church, Adamt.Tenn., write "1 uiok t mould hav oecn dead but cur jum vicnuin vs. aim moni Liver Medicine. I have sometime had to rubtitute rrj, I "Zeilin atufl" foryour Moll cine, uui purpose." 11 i 0- - : I NEW YORK CITY uoa 1 answer Uie SCIIEDl' I.E IN Kr South-Houn- t M Y 4 -- o, i33S. Stocks, Bonds. Grain. "Provisions and Petroleum. A. No. ?. No. y n Ex. Sun. I.ve Covington... 8 30 a in 8 I.ve Falmouth.... 10 03 n in 9 I.veCynthiana .. 11 oj 1 n 10 11 40 a m,io Arr Pari Arr Lexington... U 30 p m tl Daily. IIOL'OHT.SOLD 1 4 5 CARRIED ON MARGIN 61 Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, STANFORD, KV Well drilled to order and Pumps lurnlshed at factory prices. jo : 3i 1$ P P P 38pm m S 00 p m P. end for explanatory pamphlet. ty Batfil. Mrmnhlf.TenB. received a nackaire of vourLiver Medicine, and have uacJ hall of it. It work like a chirm. I want no bettrr Liver Regulator and certainly do more ol Zeilin' muture. 50 P -- Arr Arr Arr Arr ' Pari Le Whichever., jo p p in, oioprn J 3 -- ., 0.40 ' 30 P 10 p m 11 Richmond... Stanford I.ve Richmond Arr Herea Arr Lexington... North-lloiith. Lancatter... ia 35 p 00 p 10 p 00 p OS p 3 .0 p 5 45 50 am m;u is p in m' m 10 55 ' o p m v3 p tn " r" Chesapeake & Ohio CARS AND SOLID ! m ml pm PULLMAN pjn TRAINS- - P m -3. in i" To "Washington, Old No. 1. No. S No. 5. d mlsrep-jrehente- g l.e Livingtlon.. I.ve Herea Arr f.ve I.ve Arr I.ve Arr Arr ln Richmond... it 45 i" Stanford ..... 7 .0 a in T 3 8 10 a in 5 43, a m Lancaiter... Richmond.., 11 00 a m 6 30 a tn Richmond... F 30 p m 6 50 am Wlncheter, I 5 p m 7 40 a m 00 a m 10 15 a in To Connectioni'direct for all point In the Loulsvilo EAST and Point Comfort. WEST and Cincinnati Richmond T. &ivery, fieed and gale Stable, (C"XCt TvsHHsillixeaxeeiiiiiiixtBcV lif 6 AITTEH' CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! s ;. jJBi 1.05 WEST NORTH SOUTH-WES- WEST TJo74. I AND W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KY,, Good turnouts and saddle horses alway on reasonable terms. London It the most ient point on the railroad 10 reach placet in the mountain section of the State. Pari... bve Pari Lve Lexlugton .. Lve Cynthiana.. Lve Falmouth... Arr Covington... fin the 8 30, ?5 P m 3 00 p m 7 3S 3 40 p m 3 30 4 06 p m 906 3 ill am 6 00 p m 4 S P '" 11 10 03 35 am 300pm am 3 50 pm am 430pm am 6 p m am 50 lie BrrCTNo. tji'S;. Dally Ex. Sun. 7 00 p m 6 conventn the 10 lor hire Pan at Maywtle Hranch, No. 9 leavearriving at 510. p m, m. am and No. 11. atand No. 10 Maynille at 10 50. a m. 740.. p at leave Mayville at 6 00, a in, arming nt Pan and n No.u 8o,am. Pari nt arrive at leave. May.ville at 3 5. p m. d daily except Sunday. No. 3leae Covington at 830 Fa'lmouth at 10 30 "! Sunday 3 pm. arrive leae Falmouth at 4 only. No. ,5 6 30 pro: Sunday it Thee train are n u n n only. No. 31 at Covington leave Lexing. Lexington Division Train run by Central time ". No. 8 leave Main LlneTrain. east of Huntington run by F.ast ton j IS P . arriv" Vm,U ? 55. Covington 3 o p 111, arrive ralmouth 7 ao p m. ern time, which U one hour faster than Central Xo 7 leave Falmouth at 5 50 a ir, arrive at Cov "ADDITIONAL TRAINS:-N- o. ti, daily ingtcn at 7 5 a m. leave Olive HilU:45 a m: Mt. DAILY EXCEP f SUNDAY. Lexington 8 33 a m; arrive at NOTE. Train 3 and 4 are daily between other Lexington and Cincinnati! other Cincinnati laWtvchester 1135a m. except Sunday, leave Cincinnati No. t J. dally train are daily except Sunday. Sterling Direct connection 1. made at Wlnche.ter with loop m; Lexington 3 JSP ""! arrive Mt. ChsapcAe & Ohio for Ml. Sterliu;. Ahland. 711pm; Olive Ilm 9 Cfiflon Forge at 00 , m . 7 W. Va. and Eastern citlci No. 5, daily, leave Huetington. Charle.tan, m; FnST LINK. No. 1 and 4 run via Winche. Charleston u 30 p m; arrive Ashland 5 40 P Car, be. ter.ASolid train with Pullman Sleeping ana Win- CONotUdVl.,y7e?vTA.hland a., 7.0 a mi arrive at tween Cincinnati and Richmond, 1 J a m! Clifton Forge 7 3 P m. Charleston chester and Washington. to any -P- ullman Sleeping Car on all through train. Through ticket and baggage checked Mon de.tination reachedby a raJroad. agent of the Co. "Old TDomlnlon Steamship leave Nprlork onSatur dap, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurday and For full particular addre any AIORSfc, I. . New ork. h. dayut6 3op m for V II. HACON. ' Traveling Pa'g'r Act., lien I I'm S tot Ticket. Rate, Information, etc., apply to Covington, Ky. Icket office or addre Lexington, Ky. . ' C WICjSKfA H?W FllL H.E HUNTINOTON, General Manager. r, 1 1 am. arrives at ,1035pm 11 50 a m Arr Lexington, 3 10 a ra ' White Sulphur Spring. " CharlottsvilIelVMJunct, 's"io p m 11 40 p m 00 p m 1 50 p m 9 " Richmond 10 33 a m 6 3J p m Newport Newi 11 00 a m 7 00 p m " Old Point Comfort In 40 a m 7 40 p m Norfolk m 9 40 p m Washington .. 11 15 pm It 3 P n " lUltimorc 3 00 a m 3 co a m Philadelphia oioam " New York... Lve Louiiville jo a m hjp iloan cream '; LEXINGTOWJKY. 9 iAtxixv rA.. 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 oi u remoqy;tnatt'jrtv'y cures it has been made, and tp be convinced, pf its efficacy only requires a trial, a bottle is enough for one hundred chickens. It is guars anteed 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. 50-centwo-third- Si HLw For tale by McRobfri A-- Sugg, Stanford, OenOfflces. 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