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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888110601 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. TjHw piiSPwnTwrw ? JJKKRgSSB? Trw''' V y- - ' TJ-PS- ST' 'I Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. 60B IS WYE Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, d888. NO. 77. A. S. PHIOE, SURGEON MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. y IID HQTHIXG ELSE PKAISlfi TUB IjOKtK Mt. Stkklino. K Oit. SO, 18fkS. iDBAKlNTKKibit:IhnvoalwyHtboii.lit ountry uruiinil Mt. ftcr tlii! ling tlu 'Hflt1kt, bit of funning in Kentucky, nnd I think so Htlll. don't mean that it lies ns well for the lov as some; but to till the. eye it bents the best, "llillowy" Is the only wonl I can think of to express the bold roll of the surface, ns distinguished from the gently waving landscape of Fayette, Clark nml Ikmrbon. And Montgomery in thu best sections of thu county, is simply unsurpassed. Mt. Sterling llsclf, while very little changed in ihe business portion of the city, and quite like wlint it was when we held our meeting here S years ago, hns grown out of all recognition in its resi tlential suburbs. Beautiful villas and Htntely mansions have- spmng up like magic, especially to the north and west of the old village. They claim (1,000 now, but this, like the "claims" of the average, aspiring inland town, is hlightly exaggerated, I think. We met a hearty welcome, on arrival, d though our coming wuh wholly It was so much above the average, tbnt I think it worthy of particular, grateful mention. 1 think that where the battle for standing room hns been hottest, the foothold is most iHTinnucut. We had only remembered Mt, Sterling ns one of the most tlerccly contested iiuldi of iiiir evangelistic experience; where, at one time, the "tight of faith" went soiely agniust us, and when--, as dear Iu! states it, "we were pressed beyond measure." After a protracted htrnggle", the devil was routed, and the dear Loud had it pretty much His own way. Hut the memory of the conflict was moie deeply impressed tixn us than . '.,. ..!.... .1 !..... '......l will ever be remembered by soldiers, with hardly a thought of who won 4 blue-gras- a land-H-i- o 1 blue-gnujhjii-ulatio- lkttku ' & ' fkom ukukgko. hahnks . - n uuex-lecW- cry KniH'iiu uii'ii mi- - uui ilitiiimi here; and though I may not hope that our "new departure" will have n "walkover," yi-- t the almost enthusiastic way in which the dear Kople have ciowdedthe at every service gives hopeful augury of further success in persuading them that tiod is lovr. and Nothing court-house '' r. ";)"", '' I i KImj. ran against Hobinson's circus, a very formidable rival, ns all know. Hut it didn't emptv n bench in the I'ntlse the I.oiir! Wo! are hnjipy guests of Mr. John I'rcwltt,! with every delicate attention shown that marks true Kentucky hospitality. Mrs. I'rewitt, nee Miss Lizzie Hcid.ofOwlngs-- ' ville, is the dear friend of former years Mnrie'o Hath county "sweetheait," in fact and the only daughter of the late Judge Held, of that place. The judge nnd his wife were the devoted friends of our gosel in those early days of Its Introduction, and none were truer to us, "all along the line," than they. He was uncle of the late lamented Judge Dick Held, whose melancholy fate threw such a gloom over this community two or three years ago. I am glad to say that Judge Peters, in whose hospitable mansion wo found such hearty welcome and generous entertainment, K years ago, still survives, in n wonderfully fresh nml vigorous old age; und nlthough for sometime an octogenarian, has the vim und sprightliuess of middle age still clinging to him. He will likely live to be 10 , which I hope he may attain, to prove to this fast living generation that regular habits mid temperate diet will Becure whnt we nil long for "length of days" when joined with "faith In God." Nothing could well hnve exceeded in gloom the day of our arrival. It was in deep contrast with tho happy day that had preceded it. Tuesday and its night we had spent at what I call "Dovecote Hall," where our dear friends, the Mirwse'H Mamie and Frenclilo Hright, made life a smile of joj' unmingled, for four nnd twenty hours, to this Troupe Kvnngel-iquWednesday afternoon we landed in Mt. Sterling, to find the gentleman who had invited us there out of town, nnd no one elso drenm!.:,? of our coming. Wo drove to tho Turner House iu a decidedly downcast mood. Hut all this soon changed. Our good friend found wo were in town and soon transferred us to her delightful house; installed us in her best rooms; and made us forget that skies wero frowning, and arrangements for a luoetlnn lagged. Wo obtained the e without difllculty and wero soon at work, trying to convince tho people that God is Lovk and Nothing Else. The clouds of the gloomiest October I over saw in Kentucky are now gone, and tho ekies of hright hluo an) smiling anon iih. ns if n shadow had never crossed them. How difficult, in Nature nndflpir-- ! . it, to believe that tlu fathomless hluo Shiloh'n Catarrh Kcruedy, a potittve cure for Why uiUyoii cough when Shlloh'a Curt will never changes for a moment. It cau on- jiv immediate relic f Price ioc, ioe and fi.on, Catarrh, Dyphthcria and Mcllob ly bo temporarily obscured. Hut, alas! McKbhcrts&Stogg, Staalord, Ky., Crow A Co. cnt Si Smkk, Stanford, Ky. ; Cruwr ic Co., McKln-nt- j. Kf ; E. W.Jone, Crab Orchard, Ky. we attribute tho changeswhich are on- - fi!Klnc, Kjr.; K. W June, Crab Orchard, Ky we Tark-ingtocouit-house, J ' night ! o. court-hous- "unbelievers." They have "preached unanimous. This powder never varies. A marvel ot purity ' e A tongue ot men nnd angels;; may full of Rockcastle dem- strength and wholesomenest. More economical Hon. JohnS. Van Winkle. than the ordinary kindt, and cannot be sold in have "bestowed all their good to feed ocrats greeted tho Hon. W. H. Smith, of competition with the multitude of low test, short At a meeting weight only prr; may nave, lor creel or nog Stanford, on the of the Lincoln Har at Itichmond, tit this place last Saturday. cans. alum or phosphate powders, Sold Co., in " Royal lUkiNc Powder oth day of November, 106 Wall Street, New York. mu, "given their bodies to be burned." The speaker in ids two hours' speech 1888, the following resolutions were kept the audience highly entertained by And yet because "Ixjvi:" was lacking, adopted; ESTRAV j they stand on the wrong side of a closed I. This bar has learned with sincere the many good sallies and telling licks door. against the republican doctrine of free of Our retributions are ever in kind. A sorrow of the sudden and unexpected whisky and exhorhltant miJdleof farm about death John S. Van Winkle, of the prices for cloth- - There came to myewes, wMch the owner canSepget the tember 7 mountain drunkard's hell is one where the awful Danville Har. We desire to unite with mg, necessaries, etc. Cheer after cheer by paving for grating and for this notice. thirst remains, but the power to gratify the people of Danville in testifying iu greeted the speaker, for SV.V AHKAHAM, Grover, the Ked 7$'im Crab Orchard, Ky this formal manner to the sterling worth, it is gone. the incorruptible integrity and the spot- Haudami and McCrcary. Altogether it A gambler's hell is where the insatiless life of our deceased friend and asso- j wtw u representative democratic rally, ate ajijKtlte for gaming consumes, nml ciate. He had leen for so many years n 'nnd will hnve its influence n the polls. the eager hand shall never thumb npack regular attendant upon the courts of our F. II. Iteppert is in from Cincinnati 35 of cards nor touch the glittering heap of county as to be as universally known mid respected here as at his home. He wa, to vote. W. V., his brother, has gone to Two miles South ol ' Stanford on Neal's Creek s coin, that allays and at the same iu truth, a faithful, Industrious. learned Casey county for the same purpose. Address me at Carlisle, Ky. W, CHAIG. its hungry cravings. and able lawyer, and his death iu the Mesdames Jael Cooper and Nellie Hcdd, Is where all that prime nnd matured vigor of his powers of The sensunllst's hell Crab Orchard, were visiting here last the soul lusts for, with n desire that will be universal v recognized as u irrnvi week. Misses Mollie Talbot, Gum Sul loss to the people as well as to the Harof scorches and blisters, with torment unMT. VERNON, KY. phur, and Kutie Hutner, Hrodhead, two the State. speakable, is removed immeasurably beII. Our respectful svnipathv is tender- Rockcastle beauties, were visiting friends This old and Hotel is still maintain ed to the family of Judge Van Winkle, at this place Saturday. yond reach. A. R. Dyche, of ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. SpeOur reason ami experience tells us this is and the secretary of this meeting is di- the Kcho, and his little son were here cial attention to the traveling public rected to forward to them a copvof these M. P NEWCOMB, Prop., unalterably so. Asthesowingsothe Sunday. Miss Alma Carson, of Hrodn'solutions. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Sylt. do not gathergrapes of thorns "Men Tnos. W. Varno.y, Cli'n. head, who has done more to establish nor tigs of thistles." Hut thorns bring J. H. Paxton, See'y. und maintain good schools in Rockcastle H. M'ROBERTS, M. D., thorns and thistles thlMles, bv alaw that . Dan illk. The marriage of Mr. Itoyle than most anybody, was in town Saturn;, Vml t,ltf STANFORD, KY. ,kl, tm, of G, Hoyle to Miss Li ,ra V., daughter" of day, looking up the building fund for a hunirt-- j not." new church at that place. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Guest, was perform Office on Lancaster Street, opposite And think you. dear reader, that tho Having removed to this nlace from Liberty, to ed by Hev. K. M. Green. It was a unlet practice hit profession, call the attention ot the "I know you not," that we read in ScripTRUE LOVE. but beautiful wedding, witnessed only pub lie to the fact that he will be ready at all hours ture, with a shiver of terror, as if, somenay or nignt to answer cant in town or country. I think trutlote it by the relatives and a few near friends ner blind, Thirty years of his life were spent in Stanford and how, it were at times addressed to us Hut rather bringt an added light, he deems it unnecessary to speak ol his ability as of the families. The young collide took a physician and surgeon. A share of the patron, has no like seed, of which It is the ripenAn inner islon quick to find age of the people of Stanford and vie nity itasked the limited express in the afternoon for The beau tie hid from common sight. ed fruitage'.' 65 tf by him. New York and will visit the nrincmnl "He not deceived, liod is not mocked. Noaoulcanetrrcteailjr ace Anothrr'a highest, nobleit part, Whatsoever a man sows, that shall he cities of the east before returning from their wedding journey. Miss Nannie Sate through theakcct philosophy renp." And loving wUdom of the hpart. the lumber yards of Messrs. Now I know liod is omniscient. If it Dunn, of this city, will be married No- George D. Wcaren and I. M- ilruce and will open Vour unanointed eyet thall fall comes to abstract knowledge, I am sure vember 7th at Columbia, S. C, to Mr. 0. a big yard at the one purchased of Mr. Wearen. Betides lumber in rough and drested, I will carry On him who fills my tout iih light: w . Hicks, of Oxford, N. C. Geo. He "knows" me altogether; "down-sittinn a large line 01 window satnes, doors and sningiet, Vou do not sev my friend at all, lathi, potts and the picket fence formerly sold by sold to W. M. Cable, of Cass coun- uprising; thoughts afar on"." Yet You ee what hide him from your sight. S. G HOCKER Mr. vvearen, ty, Mo., n yearling jack, Kngle, for SS.0. He says "I know you not!" I see Ihe feet that fain would climb, Here comes in the changeless law of It. U. Sandidge sold to Geo. Cogar MX) A Hew Livery, and Sale Stall.! You but ihe steps that turn astray; retribution. I Ik knows v .not, jcst so bushels of Irish iottttoes nt .") cents per t see the soul unturmtd, sublime, Vou but the garment and thec'ay. bushel. Advocate. r.wt as wk know him not. I have purihaved the brick Stable on Oh, men! women! children! will you You see a mortal, weak, misled, If women are ever given the right of Dwarfed eer by ihe earthly clod; not see that there is but one "eternal suUhige this dialogue will likelv be often t see how manhood, perfected, life;" and that is to "know the only true Formerly occupied by J. E. Ilruce, hut more re. May reach the stature of god. Carpenter. I have pat the hu- cently by John liod, ki:s Jesus Christ, Whom He hath reiicnted: ble in thorough repair and am furnishing' it with Mr. Smith "Are you going to the I stood, at now ou stand, Illinded feed of all kinds, a brard sent." Till on mine eyes, with touches sk ert, And instead of measuring ami know- polls, dear'.' You know it is election Buggies, New Stock of First-Glas- s I.oe the deliverer, laid his hand, s day." ing liod iu the person of Him Who And lo! I worship it his feet! Surreys, &c, Mrs. Smith "No." went about doing good, and heal.l'hcrbe Cary. . . .. And am prepared to accommodate all who may Mr. S.- -" Why not?" ing all that were oppressed of the devfavor inc with their patronage. Give me a trial A Safe Investment. Mrs. S. '"Cause I have nothing to il," you hae thought of Him nsthe J N. MENEFEK. ts one which It guaranteed tobrinj jou satisfac"f Who has "oppressed" you Himself; wear." tory results, or in case ot failure a rctum of purns the sender of your sieknetvs; the Fkki.i.vo Bli-k"Darling," lie said, chase price. On this safe plan you can buy from ouradtcrtttcd druggist a bottle of Or. King' of your children; the robber of "your eyes are as bright ns diamonds, your proierly; und worst of all, the One your teeth nre as white as pearls, your New Discovery for Consumption. It is guaranteed to bring relief is every case, when used for Who at last snaps your brittle thread of lips are as red as rubies, and and" Medicine for Throat mid Lung Diffany affection of the Throat, Lung or Chevt, such life. iculties hits long liueii, und still Is, Aycr's "Yes, George," sho replied sweetly, as Consumption, Inflamation of I.uug, llronchi-lit- . In your cruel creeds, your ferocious Cherry l'octoral. It cures Croup, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, etc., etc. dogmas, you hnve called the Hlessed "and you are as green ns emerald." Then It itpleasant nnd agreeable to taste, perfectly tafc Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, and Astlimu; soothes irritation ot the God Thief, Kobber, Murderer, Devil, George went out into 4he jet blnqk night. and can always bo depended upon Trial bottles Larynx and Fauces; strengthens tho free at A. It. Pennv's drug store. while worshipping Him in the same A young fellow, who wanted to be Vocal Organs; allays rtorcnvss ot tho breath ns the "liod and Father of our smart, emiuiied on being introduced to Lungs; prevents Consumption, and, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Loiti) Jkm Cm hint." oven in advanced stages ot that disease, The best salve in the world tor cuts, brutses to n girl, "Where's the white nnd induces Sleep. relieves ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tctter.chap. As sure as retribution comes in kind, horse?" With tho sweetest simplicity Thero is no other preparation for disthis sowing must have a reaping in imaginable, she replied, "I can't show ped Hands, chilblains, cornsJJ.md all skin erup. eases ot tho throat and lungs to be comtlons, and positively cures piles, or no pay re kind. "I know you not" means noth- you a white horse, but if you will look quired. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfacpared with this remedy. ing more nor less than "vou know Me into that glass you will behold n white tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. "My wlfo had a distressing cough, not." with pains in tho slilo and breast. Wo For sale by A. K. I'cnny, Stanford, Ky, jackass." tried various medicines, but nono did And yet we had His Hlessed Son m her any good until I got a bottle of Is Consumption Incurable ? going nbout doing good," to tench The Seven Wonders of the World were Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which has cured t us Whnt and Whom He was. We her. A neighbor, Mrs. Glenn, had tho Pyramids of Kgypt, Hanging Gardens of Head the following! Mr. C. H. Morris,.Sew. tho cough was relieved measles, t Savior dying for His ene- Babylon, Tomb of Mausolos, Temple of ark, Ark., says: "Was down with Abscess of tho uso anilAyer's Cherry Pectoral. by of I the Lungs, and friends and physicians pronouncmies; invoking Love's blessing on them Diana nt Kphcsus, Colossus of Rhodes, ed me me an havo no hesitation In rocommendlug this incurable consumptive. Ilegan tak. with His latest breath, to teach us Whom Statue of Jupiter, nnd the Pharaohs of King's New Discovery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle and able to ntersce the and what I Iu was. Kgypt." to ovcry one aflllcted." Robert Horton, work on my farm. It Is the Jlnest medicine ever Iu spite. of all, unbelief insisted that A murderer at Denver, Foroman Headlight, Morriliton, Ark. Col., was made " Jesse Middleware Decatur, Ohio, savs: God slew His enemies; that God could "Had It not been for Dr. King's New Discovery " I havo been nflllctod with asthma taken with convulsions and died in hato the sinner to nil eternity; nay, that (or forty years. Last spring I was taken agony, imagining that the murder- for Consumption I would have died of Lung with a violent cough, which threatened Troubles. Was given up by doctors. Am now from all eternity He predestinated the ed man was torturing him. to terminate my days. Every one in the best of health," Sample bottles free at wretched creature to a hell, mo in consumption. I deterA. H. Penn'a drugstore. mined to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. utterly Irrespective of anything save His Syrup of Figt Im olTci'ts woro magical. I was ImmediElectric Bitters. sovereign pleasure iu doing it. My Ii Nataro'i own truo laxative. It is the ately relieved and continued to lmnrovo This remedy is becoming so well known and so liiillluutlrAlyrecbvorcd." JoclBullard, ehlefest heartache now is that I even moU easily Ukon, and tht most eSbctive popular as to need no special tkikd to bellevo thnt of my Hlessed God. remedy known to Cleanse tho System jhave ued Klectric Hitters sing mention. Al, who Uliilford, Coun. ngu, I hud a severe the xamr song of " Six uxuiti My deepest griel and "sorrow of heart" when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Head- praise A purer medicine Ams not enst and it Is M the lungs, brought on by an Incessunt cough which doprlvod me of is that "my brethren and kinsmen ac aches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habit- guaranteed to do alt that is claimed. Klrctrl-remeand rest. ( cording to the flesh" still try to bellevo ual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. Hitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kid. idmip hut obtained tried various I no rullef until dies, ncys, will remove Pimples, Holla, Salt Itheum and I could spare them the heartto tuko Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. A it. 0, that Manufactured only by tho California Fig other affections caused by Impure blood. Will few bottles of this medicine cured me." rending discovery that will one day as- Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. drive Malaria from the system and prevent as Second st., Iwll. Mrs. E. Coburn, well as cure all Malarial Kcvrrs. For cure of tound them with tho "crack of doom,' For Balo by A. R. Penny, Stanford. Mass. Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Klec"For children nflilct.-- with colds, when tho door they onco foadly imagin coughs, sore tlno.it, or croup, I do not tric Hitters, Kntire; satisfaction gaurantcrd or closed; and to The Only Perfect Remedy ed stood open for them, la kuow of any reined) which will giro money refunded. Price 50c and )i per botlle a uinro rijmedv ndlef tlnin Ayer's Cherry their startled horrorcrylng "Low! Lord! For habitual constipation, dyspepsia, and A. H. Penny's drug store. I h.tvo found it, ulso, invalu-iibl- n I'oistorul. opeu to us I" there will only como back kindred Ills is tho famous California liquid In discs of Whooping Cough." Are you made mixrable by Indigetthn, Cnntti Ann Lo'ejov, l'JS7 Washington ittieet, the dreadful response, "I kjcow roc .not; fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. It strengthLots of Appetite, Yellow Sklnf pation, Huston, Muss, vou KKJiW ME notI" Kurle Elleton! lw- - ens as well as cleanses tho system, it is Shiluh'sDirxinett, Is a positive Vitallier cure. McKoberts '" h'r'l7 easily taken, and porfectly harmless. A Sugg, Stanford, Ky ; Crow A Co.. McKinney Ayer's Gherry Pectoral, Geo. 0. Haiinus. Ky.; K. W.Jones. Crab Orchard, Ky. Kver in Jesus, For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. court-houstimein-crvAscI ly "of tin-- curtli, oiirthy"-- to Him Who CHURCH AFFAIRS. is iiiu.'linnj(fil nml uni'limiKuLk'. And Klder George Dnndu is holding n even this cruel wrong wtMioIIiiii, creates meeting at Winchester. net vicissitude In ills conduct or Uivk itev. F. I. Hnle closed the lieorge-- . towards us. How wo nlnitl be riven w itb town revival with 41 conventions and compunction nnd remorse, one day, to know our Ixwcnvtw in respect to Him, the Hopkiusvillc levivnl icsulted in L'.'l Who alone, of nil, never, felt might for confessions. Craddock publishes u letter from ns but the tenderest-jiitand nllectfoii. Indeed, the best of us, "know Him llro. Barnes suggesting that he will goto not," ns we ought. And worse, furwor.se, Paris from Mt. Sterling if the friends w ill court-linup- u nnd a boarding place so ninny refuse to know Him better, or get the for liini. I hese have been arranged for nil. at That this is bound to "come home to I nml be will go thence After two weeks of earnest, chrisroost,'' is ns certain as thu retributions of the nges that He abend of us. More and tian labor, during which lie bus preached more I see the meaning of the stunning two sermons a day, Itev. lien Helm, who resonso that answers back the anguish bus been conducting the revival at the ed cry, "I.oito! I.om! open unto us!" Presbyterian church, announced SunThis frightened crowd ure not what we day that the service last night, would call "intlilels" or "reprobates." They likely close the meeting. In nddition are those who have "prophesied in His to a general warming up of the memName; hi His Name cast out devils; nnd bership, 11 additions have resulted and in Ilia Name done many wonderful great good hns been accomplished. Mr. Helm was formally called by the church works." These cannot be "hypocrites," nor Sunday, when the vote for him was Samuel Fields and Miss Lou Hansel were mairied on the 1st. Our party In the county is well organized nnd we expect to cut the republican majority to less than 100. A Laurel man here yesterday says he will not vote for Cleveland because stock has been selling so low. Writs of arrest nre out for Patrick Morgan and Jell" Hurleson, of Gum Sulphur, charging them with the theft of two bounds. John C. Phillips, Goochland, this county, has been granted u pension. Mrs. Martha Alexander, Kast Hernstadt, ditto. C. C. Williams lins been doing some good work in the democratic cause iu various portions of the county, organizing clubs, sjH'aklng, &c. Clinnt Lair, who hnd Ids tramon tilled with bullets bv Wnlker Turpin some weeks since is in a precarious condition. Wm. Parker, town marshal, cut on circus day, is improving, and will recover. DENTIST, KY STANFORD, Oflice on Lancaster street, in room recently va cated by Dr. W. H, Penny. COTTAGE FOR RENT! My cottage ou Upper Main street, Stanford, Iliggins' residence. Alto the cot tage next door, by Mr. J. P. Davis Possesion to firtt named given at any time and to latter on Nov. uth. MKS. LOTTIE HOLMES. 13( Danville, Ky nexttoU.H. J. H. HILTON. II ft. DAVIS. Hix.Toar&xAirxs AKlH POWDER Absolutely Pure. DEALERS IN General Merchandise, ROWLAND, KY, . stock of Mtrrs nndDsys' Clothing, Hats, Cabs, Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions and Family Groceries, Alio dealers m Coal. Country produce taken In zhange for goods at highest market price. Come .one, come all, and learn the advantage In trade. loim Havejutt opened a new G. C BITTNER Ac CO., FOB, SALE. TOLEDO, OHIO. For Salt at McRoberts Stagg's, Stanford, Ky House and Acres Land A-- A few applications will render the most stubbornly red skin, soft, smooth and white. Viola Cream ! hot a paint or powder tocover defects, but a remedy to cure. It is superior Co all other preparations, and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At drag gists or mailed lor 50 cents. Prepared by ples, Tan. fijfff'' lea, Black-Heada, A!Bift WmTWrevESl XION XWiolaCream -- mma.... :.i . I 11U I'lViJSlBVlUU.WllUUUh i -- njurT.rtmovesFreck-VscutA Ialver-Mole- s, Sunburn and Pim- THE FLORENCE' 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 with to save their clothes from the rubbing and tearing Incident to the old process of washing. Take one andtry it and be convinced. I'll not worry you about buying unless you are fully satisfied at to its merits. The undersigned have purchaied the Florence Washing roachine 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, Hill Perkins, Lewis Dudderar, 1. E. Lynn, L. L. Dawson, C. Vanoy, Mrs. Amanda Peak, George Peyton, Alex Holti-claC. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. E. Harrow, A. M. Fcland and many others. M.F. ELKIN, Headquarters at S. S. Myers' store. reiijv-in- g. 0. Court-Hou- se NTOTXCE ! LTTMBEB, TABS! - I'have-pufchase- r M TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill (in the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal in quality of flour, we think the citirens ot the county should have county pride enough to patronite and sustain the same. We wish to inform whom it may concern that we are In the market to buy your wheat and com and will always give the highest market price for same. We have added some new machinery to our corn meal department and can now make meal to suit any person. It cannot be equalled by any other mill in this vicinity We solicit a trial In our flour and meal departmeut. All having grain in our line for sale will please cail at the Mill, where our agent will be found at all timet, who will give the bett prices for same. Bran and shipttuft always in stock. W. N. POTTS, Supt., Stanford Roller Mill Co 5i tf. Depot Street, Stanford, 11. ' i rt0UltVltlI,NtrllBAltTClllCiWr,T(&- - "al-wav- . . . A NEW FAST MAIL Leaving lioth very-On- e 60-t- f LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI ei . The Favorite Daily, Secures to Travelers, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Ever attempted between the great commercial cities on the Ohio Kner and Chicago, ajid 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 stock we employ gives patrons Unlimited Comfort. WAt all Coupon Ticket Offices in the South you will find our time tables and tickets. Say Motion, get Monon and stick to Monon, il you want to save money and have a pleasant journev. E. O. McCORMlCK, , General Passenger Agent, Chicago, City Ticket Agents and Officers: I. M. Ducknkk, 117 ith Ave., Louisville, Ky E. A.Torrinck, uo . ine st., Cincinnati, Ohio m m d "id-wa- i m ILo Jk The Oreat To The saw-tha- Na God-sen- LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. Ing-D- r Cough Medicine THROUGH TRUNK LINE. ter-rib- lo cd never-endin- g SOUTH & WEST Wjth hem-onlur.- 'e. Louisville To r Nuhrille, Memphis, tx-i;- un Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. 111 m Newport News AMiss.Valley Co. Only voa eb.me to poioli In "' ARKANSAS 'u &' TEXAS. EMIGRANTS Seeking home v od the line of tnis road ulU receive Special rates, -- So( stents ci this Company for ratesroutes cVc to or.srine ' C. V. ATMOKK. O. f. & T. A., Loul.vllbv ICr Conker-Mout- The Rev. Geo? H.Thaver, of Itourbon, Ind. says: "Both myself and wife owe out Jivm to Shlloh's Consumption Curi, McKoberts St Stagg Stanford, Ky.; Crow A Co., McKinney, Ky.; E, W, ones Crab Orchard, Ky. (UKl'AltKD 1IY Or. J. C. Ayer Hold by all Drntrtfkts. & Co., Lowell, Mast, !'rlcl; six Utiles, J. A .": .1 ., Sffiftrtii jj &vftwi!?gvGtnHv V lf By an explosion in tho Kettle creek war of words with tho Elder. What Is coal mines, near Lock Haven, 1'enn., " meant by a question of morals as contra, tention to the importance of going to the persons were killed outright and of the distinguished from a political question-i- s nook Ktptnd, Short Hand, TtltQraphy. I 1 has too easily obvious to need any elabor- Write for Catalogue and full information. V tri- 4 Injured who were brought out Ky., November 0, 1888 polls and voting and working for a Stanford, ate process of dellnition. Tho prerogaumphant majority for one of the most has since died. The New York Post estimates that tives of our federal government are spe caplc and at the same time most faithful Congressman that has ever represented Cleveland and Thurman's plurality in cifically defined and limited by the ConIf tho federal govI rlin illMtrirr. V Imvii nil ubldim? faith New York will bo from 10,000 to 20,000. stitution of the U. S. i Tills accords with the general opinion of ernment attempts uiiything beyond the that a majority of the people are for the narrow limits there fixed, it isdoingthat DEMOCRATIC TICKET. return of Gov. McCreary to Congress, the democratic managers. Horace Diman. at Owensboro, shot which is unauthorized and is so far forth 1... ., ,io..,n..v.. ..i,n..M ).. ci!ud...i wifh UlllkKlltolitl.a tli.i fat a. .1.. a.. ..a. .ml xaili.i! A1.. a.f t il ... tit . ...v ........... v..im,.... " urouier, wise, iiim !..!... K1e a bare majority. We" can, if every mnn Of New York. l politics lias "ixth murder occurring in Daviess conn- - our government. does his duty, make the defeat of the to do with governmental policy within For Little Bed Hou' so overwhelming that he . ty since August 1st, in live of which the these narrow bounds. and. his impudent party will .never. dare principals have been negroes, G. .. . . . If Elder Ballon would consult our FedThe Monticello. III.. Female Semi again in tins district to oner lor election Of Ohio. nary was destroyed by tiro Saturday, eral Constitution and the learned exbefore an intelligent people. Let every For Congreo, the teachers and pupils escaping un- pounders of that instrument, he might democrat be on guard harmed. The loss on the building and avoid tho error of saying, "It is the prerogative and duty of governments, State Tin: National Editorial. .Association contents is $lo0,000; insurance S7o,000. Of MaJiion. will meet at San Antonio, Texas, Nov. Tom Cane went into the room where anil National, to preserve and improve Webster 21, and continue in session four days. his wifo was sitting by the corpse of their tho morals of ItB citizenship." Wk would appeal again to the demo-erat- a A tour of the Statu and a visit to tho little child, and fatally cut her be- is good authority for tho lexical forco of with prohibition antecedents to City of Mexico are on tho programme, cause he claimed "he laughed. The a word. But when one consult him, he lPiwB1 ilBi iHI MplUBai reconsider if they have resolved to aid the railroads very cleverly extending the drunken brute was jailed but ought to ought not to mistake an adjective for n the republican candidate by voting for courtesies of their lines free of cliarge. have been mobtied. noun, lest he be led into error. Nooe. Suppose you do succeed in de- The prqsidcnl and secretary of each The Elder is not fortunate in his atLouisville is at last to have a park feating Gov. McCreary, what do you State Association are ex ofllcio dele- the Mayor having purchased U00 acres of tempted argument by way of illustragain ? Noi the most sanguine of you gates, and the president has tho right land within IK) minutes' ride of the City tion. Does the federal government enact can believe for a moment that Nooe to appoint one delegate for every ,20, acHall for 19,800. Tho property is 300 feet laws against stealing, except In tho narstands the ghost of a chance of election. tive members. This would give Ken higher than the city and magnificent row limits of its own constitutional preThen it is Ewell, if not McCreary, and tucky .tji'reo delegates in addition to the views can lie had in every direction. rogative? If a man should steal one of who Is Ewell ? Simply an ordinary, one two provided for. Whom do name, PresSo far this year ftiere havo been r.lder mllou s horses would he look to horse lawyer, whoso practice Ib nearly ident Jonnson ? It Is time you were do- built In the 44 States and Territories on the federal courts for redress? The State exclusively confined to defending viola- ing 80. 20 lines 5,700 miles of new railroad. deals with such matters. But the man tors of tho prohibitory liquor laws which 485 miles, who steals a horso has invaded the perIn a fightata. jolftical conventiori' In California heads the list with prevail id Laurel and surrounding counwhile Kentucky Is well up with the oth- sonal, civil rights of his neighbor. The ties. Those who are interested in the Louisville a year or two agoFlynn Davis er leading States with 134 miles. It is man who sells him whisky has not done enforcement of those laws recognize him jobbed one of Sel Miller's eyes out. Ho estimated that the total new mileage for so. Tho rates are not similar. as their greatest enemy, and we have was indicted for mayhem and the case Again, the fact that the liquor tratlle the year will bo 7,500. heard it said that but for Ewell, who al- was to have come up for final trial last is taxed, does no more imply the right ways conies to the rescuo of the viola- week. But Sel, who is a very of govcrnmehttil prohibition than did FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. fellow, refused to prosecute his astors, they could do .so a great deal more the tax oh'inco.nes imply a governmeneffectively. On the other hand, Gov. sailant and In a m inly letter to the pros j May wheat went down to 31.14 at tal right to forbid a man to accumulate McCreary Is a man of ability, who has ecuting attorney admitting that he was ' Chicago Saturday, instead of going up to property. Thunder is surely mistaken by faithful service attained a National erhaps as much to blame as he, asked $1.23, as Old Hutch said it would. ' here. reputation as a safe, conservative and that the indictment be dismissed, which There has been over n million dolI do not suppose that any one will for excelleni leader. Ho is a temperance was done, and Mr. Miller, who has re- lars worth of trotters and business hors- a moment controvert tho Elder's ems. man in practice as well as in theory and formed verv much of late, has increased es sold in the blue-gras- s section of Ken- phatic assertion that "this great liquor he can do the cause more good than a the growing respect for himself. tucky so far this season. question now agitating America, Great score of Ewclls, who if by any irony of Six years ago Mr. Greenberry Bright Britain and'AustruIiu is a national quesThe most remarkable campaign in the bought a couple of jennets from Hon. J. fate, should be elected, would prove of tion." I'rrriuinly will not, but still iny in S. Owsley for $i0, from which he has h'68 value to anybody and to anything history of the country ends sist that it is not a political question. than a knot on a log. All thinking men the battle of the ballots, and the result in that time $2,270. We are now engaged in a great jKilitic-u- l will pause before they assist in makirga will tell whether the American jxjople A. T. Nunnelley bought of Ed Car struggle. A strictly political question Congressman out of such a monstrosity. will continue in power an honest and ter 20 head of rattle at 4 cts, is at issue. It is a simple question of incorrupime administration or permit aml M w T j of JeftfeamIm., governmental jiolicy. The vast majority I p to June o this year a democratic tho returlI o rt.pub,ican Ethels of .lis-- ! -- , send, cattle at of of temjcrancf people if Elder Ballon is y has paid oil l.Wi.!tO.),.a.-hlone8tnn,i venality. The signs all,,.., correct jiro j mm to settle this by the ex10ini l0 uwaB,ve v,clory lor u,e lm" m ; V V., -I- saac Terhune shipped 4 hogsheads ercise of their political rights as citizens V it rigl t along. It has likewise redeemed reiorm ootn in manors oi government of this year's S. They are now. asthov have croj) of tobacco to Louis- - of the millions of acres of public lands, and put and in unnecessary taxation, which is ior nigs ueen, and will continue to lie, temper vine ami realized lorirasn an end to many abuses and frauds that unjust taxation. si.in. briirht leaf $10.30. ' wrapper $10. an ance men. They have not abated their grew and flourished under republican interests in and efforts for this great English sucker, Sir Lionel Sack-- , average of The rule. President Cleveland has fully demi'jiuw. But this does not suit some of West, lost his job for interfer- - ' ocrat. onstrated that the country is safe in his s Crowhite, of Missouri, bought in our us to neglectfellow workers. be Tliuv want what we feel hands and that the dire calamities pre- - ing in American affairs, hut he is not our 1 from W . duty as citizens, in looking after the poldieted by the republicans before libelee j "kely to suffer for the necessities of life. UndNon jbnnet and jack colt & Col ins for soWjoms jennet itical and economic welfare of the countion were based upon the hope and not A dime museum man in New York has J. f. N try; put up figure-head- s as candidates - un. ...... ... ... ,uuun wcck lor ' lonismp upon the actual belief that they would 0l' for alker, s00; odsollice; desert our well proven methtwo jennets from J. Mono .. ....... of jmr-- 1 holding two levees of two hours dav for and adventure on new W.V....WW.. upon .. ..i.a , ... v... .1... : ,' .,V i t i....l.. aim. ..... . ..v.,., ..iw, ...... which we want confidence. whcnies in For one I l.Thnrmnn says, nien nf greater ' BU indefinite time. J.ei'S"8Ce, K.UUU a ties, arling jack from W. W. Watts, $:530.cannot do it. Mounts Ev intellect mav have been Called to iiresid week is $104,000 a year. "Me Lud" will ye over the people, but not many, and no ttiake money by the change if he accepts Bcgister. NOBILITY NOTES. more honest, patriotic, faithful, coura- the glittering offer. TEMPERANCE AND POLITICS. Ma. Bismarck In tull and very gray and geous and capable man than (.trover Mr. F. I). SfOTswoot), editor of the as foud of champagne an hor hutband. Cleveland has ever occupied the White Hurrodsburg Democrat, and his foreman, ,To the Editor of the Interior Journal ) A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Morocco, is Hcltiv Mri.rv IIwx, House. This opinion of the purest and Mr. Louis L. Loiner, have turned invciv The great question with temperance about tho most bloodthirsty ofpotentate of , best of men by the greatest and nobles t flm, ar0 nbout tQ hm,re a ,nt f0 voters simply as temperance men is: modem times. I. II. Biii.rt--... ! ji niu u u lildtail in.ijuiii. Slf rill. n The Emprcsi of Austria It said to own icwu Imilntittl limya nl. "paper jouger," the purpose of which What is the best way of accomplishing voters, who will, we are forced to con-- j is to straighten sheets as they fall from the recovery of our countiy from the twenty !ct horses and twice us many dogs,ufter whose proper entertainment she ierthat the fly of a cylinder press. IT the ma- curse of strong drink? The plan hereto-- 1 sonully sees every ciny dude, say by their suffrages they approve and endorse honest gov- chine is what is claimed for it n fortune fore pursued has been wondrously sue- TiiEEmpressof Juian, It Is snld, is rapidly Of Lancaster. Kv.. have ODened in thehoUSfi formprlv nnp.imlarl Kit eminent and a return to Jeffersonian is in store for the gentlemen and here's cessful. Elder Ballou's article clearly adBakery, Restaurant and ' Kan-- 1 methods. hoping their brightest expectations may mits this. His reference to Maine, man. Russian, French and Italian. California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand every- Has and Iowa as prohibition .States ami The famous, or rather infamous Col. be realized. I thinS. in theii; line' such a3 Brcad, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and tho Best of Lincoln as a local option county might A?w..i?trw2!orB'iLI Two-DollDudley, whose tactics in tiooi) news comes from New York, In- have been supplemented by showing iiumcd victoria, ami the wifo of the present Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. in 187(1 will always be remembered diana, Njw Jersey and Connecticut, that throughout our State and in the Kaiser Is known us Au?ustu Victoria. Dt itivo tho Pruico of Wales' recent visit L' LT7'C1TT in connection with fraudulent elections, while several other Northern States South generally the cause is steadily tri- -' M L)Q ivi JL JL JLill V JiijtX JL XLJliOXl. to Hamburg ho Initiated some wheelbarrow JtlliXO 111 TTITTL' LX7" OTTTTrT has been laying his plans to buy the jiromiso democratic majorities. It looks umphiiig. He says, "I believe races, with ladies In tho barrows trundled ' again. In n letter to the chairman dAidedly like Cleveland is going to win, that a majority of the democratic party along by tho highost English nobility. State Respectfully, R. ZIMMER, of the republican State committee, he but a man can't always sometimes tell. are, at heart, in favor of the suppiession j Tnu Princess of Wales often sits in tho Wholesale and Retail. hall ut Haudringham as tin- night fulls and discants on tho importance of carrying The republicans know his election sounds of the entire liquor tnillic. The watches tho coals reddening In tho immense the State and makes this suggestion: their death knell and they are lighting same is true of tho republican party." fireplace for an hour or more, utterly ob"Divide the floaters into blocks of five with the desperation of despair. As this subject has been and can he livious to all sights and sounds around her. and put a trusted man with necessary is seldom Lous King presented, discussed and acted upon asn seen without uof Portugal, ho conversesto bo A voti: for Cleveland, Thurman and cigar, and funds in charge of these live, aifd make separate issue, distinct from nil questions him responsible that none get away and McCreary is a vote for a reduction of un- of party politics, where is the propriety guese, in English, French, Italian, PortuSpanish, Uormnu and Hivedit.li. Ho that all vote our ticket." The letter has necessary taxation and the stoppage of of changing our former successful mules '9 and tell ever bo many unco Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, been lithographed and spread broadcast w'ringlng millions of money from the for one of at least debatable lopnetyV the best assortment wo have ever had, embracing' over l)oWA0KU KM,.Itr, vktoi.ia, widow of over Indiana and New York and will be people to be piled up at Washington Elder Ballou's theory that "small poll-- 1 Frederick III., hus uti annual income of evidence of the desperate means out warrant orreuson. You will be tin-th- e crack the party whip over timid fcJOO.UW, rw.ouu of which Is derived from republicans aro resorting to to carry true to yourself if you do not vote for ticians England. Htio will be obliged prohibitionists," and thus force them to many ,' . her nominal residence, and to visit Harrison's own State for the grandson, of them. vote against their convictions, is very I Berlin every year. his grand-daddThe Richmond Register Bpeaks of him like a sling at the manhood, or, at least, Milan, of Kcrvla, is probably tho most Im Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better as the "Little Red Porker." That wont is not complimentary to the honesty of pecunious Icing now in tho royalty business. grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the It is now openly charged that had not A Berlin writer avers that his application Finley been drunk, he could have saved do. The warrant described the animal hese majorities in the great political for a loan of tiW.OOO, with his lifo insurance Judge Tartar from a watery grave. Thu as a Little Bed Hog, and you must stick parties. If the Elder is correct, that this policy as collateral, was lately received by trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. temperance question is a joIitical issue, u Vicuna bunker. Somerset Keporter, on the authority of a to tiie record. You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. I.v tho coffin of tho dead Emperor ' his party a political party, then is he not reputable gentleman, says that while NEWS CONDENSED. Victoria placed a small gold chain, to a politician I will not suy a "small poll- - which threo lockets wcro attuched containon his way to Somerset with Judge Tar. Jellico is to havo a National bunk. tician" and does not his erfonnunce ing miniatures which she had taken during tar, Finley was in such a maudlin state -- The public debt decrease for Octo- look much like swinging u party whip? their courtship, and which ho had ulways MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. that he made a most indecent exposure I ber was $4,58.",M!),000. possible that these vast worn until his lust illness. May it not he of his person In a public place, to the "Von tho Silent," isn't at nil siAn explosion in the Campagnie col- multitudes of temperance people, in the lent ut Moltke, He is, on tho contrary, u disgust of everybody who witnessed the homo. two great political parties, who neither charming, Hvoly, and uminblo companion. beastly performance. Are there not liery, 'France, killed 81 miners. Er TfF Eleven now cases of yellow fever seek nor desire political ofllces, honestly He is fond of tho wifo of his nephew, who enough inen in thellth presides ovor his household, and of her to retire this disgraceful individual to and one death were reported Sunday at believe that the long tried and children. Ho loves whist und roses; and of and .'1 new cases at Decatur, ful measures of the jiost are better than those flowers cultivates a ureal variety. the shades of private life ? We believe It is said that Hon. Micheal Henry Elder Ballou'B newfangled plans? May Fon many years Quean Victoria has caton there are. "Brlssini," a Turin specialty, Instead of Herbert will succeed West, to whom they not bo actuated by such honest is something 1 ko At this writing It looks very much Cleveland suggested it was victions, rather than the fear of "small ordinary bread. ItVtctinUllu, and has baked maccuroul, says been like the democracy will redeem the :d, time to go home. politicians?" What Is the meaning of sont dally from Turin by Picclrlllo; but fears are eni)th and 11th districts, but Four hucksters in West Virginia the Elder's appeal, "Let temperance slnco tho establishment of a 'grlsslnl" tertained of Day's success in the 10th. were waylaid by highwaymen anil rob- - men, who vote from principle, close uji bakery In Charlotte street, Rathbono place, KgQQgggUjiHUyCQv2fi gets her It would be a glorious consummation to bed. One of the robbers was caught and their scattering ranks, Ac." It reads very don Majesty of hor dally bread from LonInstead Turin. elect an unbroken democratic delegation hanged to a tree by a mob. much like an intimation that the great Tub daughter of the King of Shov has to Congress, and we will if every demoTho boiler of a steam threshing ma-- , mass constituting tho temperance ma- recently married tho oldest son of King crat will do his duty. chine exploded near Reading, Ph., kill- - jorities of tho two great political parties John, of Abyssinla.with a splendor unparalleled in modorn ceremonies. Tho crown ing o The chairman of the State Democratic others. men and seriously wounding 7 were giving unprincipled votes if they worn by tho brIJo Is regarded ns tho ono fan to see through the Elder's own spec which decked the head of tho Queen of Committee says no one need give New York is all right; Indiana is till tacles. Has not zeal outrun judgment Sheba. According to tho nativo records, uneasiness oveY Florida. He it has been In tho possession of tho Ethiopian has hnd a careful poll of tho State made right; Cleveland will bo elected, and it when he thus undertakes to pronounce kings for twcnty-flvCenturies. looks now like Kentucky will send 11 condemnation on the integrity of tho Batiirus at tho fasulonablo French waterand Cleveland will have Il',000 majority, voters? ing places aro gradually adopting Quocn the democratic candidate for governor democrats to the United States Congress. great mass of true temperance Men of such Mrong convictions and of so Christine's manner of bathing. Hho is a R.VJ."0and both democratic Congiessmen Tho express messenger on the C, N. little logical acumen as is Hero indicated marvelous swimmor, making easily hor will bo elected. Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture in half an hour, but sho Is Indaily half-milO. fr T. P. railway was robbed of $10,000 aro hardly competent leaders In so grand variably accompanied by a swimming maid and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low aa such goods ' Ballon by a lone highwayman, who Dn. Evans' reply to Elder made him a matter us this great temperance move- of honor and four bathers as a suite. Two boats bring up tho rear, and her Majesty is can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conshould bo read by every person inclined put his head in a sack while hu went ment. back to shore when her fatlguo is too vinced 1 have no disposition that I sell lower than the lowest. to engage in a rowed through tho safe. to throw his vote away on prohibition. irrcai Semi-Weekly patrons To those InteriorJournalI this paper of our we again who will rend call their atto-da- y BRYANT & STR ATTOM Business College LUUIO te'C F ILIiEi IfY W. F. WALTON. l GROVER CLEVELAND, t, 1 f. FtM-- f I ...u.n.v K-dera- ALLEN THUR3IAN, ......... to-da- james b. Mccreary, T. R. WALTON MAIN & SOMERSET STREETS, STAOTTOaB, i P. EnmrcsT. big-heart- Prices Always Reasonable and Goods First-Clas- ' to-da- 1,700-poun- ,,,,, s)00-poun- d .7 GOOD EMPTY BARRELS FOR SALE. ' :).., l. ' K7 over$10.-Harrodsburgl)ei- n-ville over-zealou- wii v.;n y". - u..i;ji-....i..u...U- i.. NEW !NEW I NEW nm to-da- y J j I o'thne ar In-dia- to-da- y nVQ'l' UIOl ill O , BUGGIES, flu-eut- ly CARRIAGES - 1'la'". with-valtiab- le I GEO. WEAHEN, MANT'G'R. Ill success-Jacksonvil- le FURNITURE STORE I HUFFMAN, PBOT MA nt Jfv j him-hclfn- c till WBstll' WWucmji o ,V .ii,d atti arr - IQBH f, I' . A nick of all kinds new frame cottnpe to M.uiti.sr. Interior journal Skwinu arun's. needles rent. Call on J. J. Moltoberts, First National Dank. " box- Cauiohnia rnlslnsln Ky NOVKMIIKK 0, 1888' us at S. S. Mvure'. Ftanfokd, IJoyh we have not 'em and ot 'em mire, if every democrat will toe the mark. Ia)wt.--red cow. Wna mlnsed WedKvery'riirth to his post. nesday; weight '.'.")() pountlK. W. II. K.C.WALTON. Dus.ManaKur Tiik "crowd was Hinall and business CounComk in now ami select your winter exceedingly dull" here yesterday. Published Every Tuesday and Friday ty court is Ki'ttiiiK to be a nuisance. Huit. My Mock is complete and I can ond-story NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Semi-Week- ly ' two-poun- d $50 EEWARD X STiNFOED PLSMG MM CO, s A y. Stolen from inv stable on the nlsht of Oct 16, a DARK HAY ML'I.K. I will give $50 icnrd for the thief and mule or in for the mule ulonc. BASON WHITE. 77. tf Junction City, Ky. AT m m ESTEA7 I 11 Flooring, Sidings, Celling, Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, Brackets, Scroll Work, Frames, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Veranda Work, Etc. A. C. SINE, Superintendent. I Tiik clerks of elections at tho jirccinctH 'I here came to my place about a ionth meo a in this county will confer a favor by tel- - yearling roan Mier, weight about Coo pounds. n wner New Hominy, New Beans, New Tick-It'lor this notice and eel her bv enranhinjf s the result as the polls close. my bill tan lierlioard. navimr S. II. SHANKS, nrWhtn nol to paid $3.00 will be charted." for New York Cream Cheese, New Stanford, Ky 9 9 Hoods of nil kinds at the "Model GroHv recent purchases our stock is heavy ""k. c, local tTmecahdT cery." and complete in every line, tlressoods, m Trains Irave Rowland it 3!JS m nd and return m 6 p m and I.40 p m, Tiik Inteiuok JoimXAi. will issue to- trimmings, cloaks, underwear, hosiery, morrow morning and nn often as is nec Ac. Severance & Son. Came to our liable on the 2 of Oct LAN.LOCAlTimCARD. MOUSE ML'I.K. hinds high. essary Kxtrns containing the cream of Tiik will of K. M. Davison was admit- - OwnercanCOlKKIJ paying forUh feed care ft getlim by hu We Have Openod a new Stock of mI1 olect,on nKV," for xratultous circulation .Mail train going North, thlt advertisement tQ irobato nn,i ,Ujtc R nutnlwr of j'ivS Soutli. U O. A cum ISO VER. n imni mironn. I sptess ttln " outh rnr(. w,,r nnturalizpil n t lie coun.U37P"' iuiiuii Crab Orchard, Ky 77.4W Nortli imn .630 am Lex Krtlcht .Smth..,., Tiik trustee of the jury fund, Mr.lt. (i. ty court yesterday. Judge Morrow de....M.OjJpn Miuin 1 he Utter trains Ihi miry pa.enc.eis. Alford, tells us that the total amount cided that the county court did not have A Good Chance to Make Money. 'I ht above is calculated on standard lime, Solar paid jurors during the late court was jurisdiction in the matter of naturalizing tin e It about to minutes faster. l$W4.04, not a (.'rent deal more than half citizens, but Judtrc Varnon is satisfied Since I have cone into the brick buainmt and and all of the other lawyers that he has find it and the butcherinc butlneo more than of that paid at the Spring term. MEANS 1USINESS. can attend to well, and requiring more money than the name common law jurisdiction as the have--, to run both at they ought to be, I have de- - ' ciura 10 rent out my aiaugnicr noue wun ino jj Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Every;y. (i. Diw.n was declared a lunatic circuit court. Watciiks and jewelry repaired and aciw land and Rood houv to live in, to romebody ' . . waminted. A. It. 1'enny. mat wanta a Kood paying buiineu, for a jearor mim.t Kriilnv. lit. has thing is new, Wiikn asked if he would continue and let them hae my toolt and a good cuv t patent place to buy drups Tiik W F RAMSEY R. Ieen behaving In an unseemly manner court here this off week, Judge Morrow torn. medicines ami toilet articles is at A. and following his former methods of 1'enny 8. said, "No, I will givo that much to the tablets, j makinK big trades and riving checks on country. Besides, if there is any rejoic- lwuks, ink, lluv vour i ' luijrer, , JK'ticJls and school supplies ol an banks in wulrh he had no money. ing to be done after Tuesday, I want to kinds from A. 11. Penny, And everv thing has been selected with great care, the senior mea- Kai.n,hed 1878. Tiik minority stockholders of the K. T. enjoy it at home with my friemls. If 1 guarantee all watches and every' I am better acquainted with the bers six years exPerience as a drummer enabling him to do so with tide of Jewelry I K'U to lie jurt aa vrcpre V. it tr. railroad have llleil a bill to en-- J not, ; wnted. A. It. fenny. join the projKwcd lease of the rond, on caves of that section, and will hie myself Published Every Afternoon, discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and Except Sunday. . . 1, kit... eS 3.. the grounds of fraud. There are $.'M,-- 1 to one in the other event." The judge rWNTS. PtRMHAL Ingersoll & Peyton had better sjend tho day selecting his 000.000 involved. those who pay promptly on Jan. 1st and July 1st is especially IIa the largot circulation of any daily paper Mn. W. Q. Kmisoj, of Lexington, is in (our Mastersoni are of counsel for the cave. He will need it. The onlv evening paper that prima desired. in Louisville. plaintitrn, and we undeitaud their fee nrwa of the United I'rf Aawciation. lJwn , A ni'Miikk of colored men are disposetl the Average circulation for the lat 6 memtht over a few is fcXJ.OOO. Miss Bettie Pa tiv is sending Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, to vote tho demorratic ticket, but fear 15,000. the home paper for the people of the Ohio It it weeks in Cincinnati. ..i,....,!.. i,,,.,) l.U tho wrath of theirfellows. Thev needn't. Valley. Tll ji,...,!,!..,,, Aa a ncwapapcr it taVet the front rank, while Mrs. Wm. CJeek is back from a vinlt to J(r(K.ln1)ntlon( flx,njf , . a ThnnkB. however. This is n free country and the the gcncrnl literary department makes it emphather husband In the mountains. 0f mcn w,y by threats or in- - ically the family paper of the South. t Ti1(.rL, uro a Rri.ttt n)nny ,nan or KMlii, (ln Subscription. Jly mail 5,0 cent per month posl.u xxn Mas. AV. B. Aimemt have re- hlinkfn, for Ui(, wnr ni, t tlmidation attempU. such a thing will be tage free : Jj per vear 'pottage free.) THE I.OUISVII.I.K I'OST, Owenslwro for the winter. turned to njih HJ.e lo.,lnv.B'work m .lealt with in tho most summary manner. Green Street, l.outtville, Ky. 318 Mrs. !..(!. hnn.iN, of Alum . pringn, rJvi, (.rov,,r nni t,e n.rt of UH ,jolnw:riltll v ,aVo heanl of one or more negroes a the guest of Mrs. (.eorge II. Ilruce. homi!l,,ill( ,.Xn,orillnBry for which to threatening that the throats of every ne- M.Ki.n re'tlrn thJnk8 ! MkhmMvkv NiMAUAnKT 'pro who votes the democratic ticket of (tarranl, are visiting .Mrs. J. C. Hays, hall Ihj cut. If such a thlngbeattempt- i iir store q .s. j.. roers A Uo. was e.l. the Mit. H. II. tt Tiling 01 terrjMiie, in s would hurt Hv be At Trustee uf John C llacau, I i cll at pub uniting his daughter, Mrs. .1. A. Car- - broken open Thursday night and robbed given time to pray. lie auction 011 IN- of $h.'J.' in cash, a couple of Miits of j,ntcr. Nov. 14, '88, Tiik democratic jollification at clothes, pair of Isiots and probably Mis l.i 1. Ri n mioix, of Somep-et- , was u gntntlnml glorious success. Tlie At his home in Madison county, on tlie I.ancisAlcorn, cr artii les. Kntrame was eirected by Sunday with Miis Annie miles iroin Richmond, the real and Iioring through the rear door a hole whole town was illuminated ami the ter pike, 10 on her lettirn home fnim Ijincnvter. iicrsoual estate belonging lo said liaan. 'i In land consnu 01 Mkh. Jt'l.t Bitvs, who hits been vis- - tiutliciently large to insert the hand and crowd variously estimated at '.',00 to was as enthusiastic and at the same THREE HUNDRED&THIRTY-SEVEar- - remove the bar. two parties are sus itmi her irmntldaugliter, ir. ACRES penter, returned to louisville Satnulay. picioned ami one of them is likely to do time ns well behaved as any thateveras- Of I.an-Walnut Lands, frontins on semiiie.i. reneci ortier was emoiveu aster turnpike and about mile from thethe for the job. tatu's railroad Mil. W. f. MtCoMK has the Bapdepot and in an ricellcnt neighborhood The i til passed oil in amostcred and evervthmg t i miniitcH fomiilete of all the pros ciucnta are all good, consisting of a large .m:w .minks. .Mr. m. welsii, 01 tins name manner. t e regrcueti 10 ooserve t ions held In this county from IROl to by Two-Stor- y Brick Dwelling,' sit. Some of them are fearfully and place, is opening up for n IVniiHylvrnia that Lincoln county was represented ad- 11! small a number. Some of those And all necessary outbuildings, the farm Is well Company, wonilei fully printed. hih he is a member, coal ' so watered and la adapted to all the growths of corn, uhtat, Smith Iuwin telN us that owing mines on Hore Creek and' on Lynn vertised to speak were detained by n farm rye, hemp, tobacco and Ilie can be divided into two Darcets and will he k he has liveii forced to give Camp Creek, between Lily and Corbin munler trial, and Mr. B.C. Warren, who sold in one or two pieces, as will best promote the to over-wiCom- - was terribly put out at not being able to interest of the assignor and bis creditors. Ilie ip his MKltloii teuijsintrily as master of Station?, in Laurel county. The 6 Cowa in bed, nntl so wrote to the personalty consists ol 65 Steers, 45 Heifers,of Corn, and Call es j Horses, Mutes, acres trains on this division and Mr. 0. B. pany owns 10,000 acres, with a railroad go, was sick large amount of it.,000 pounds of 1'nbacco, and frontage of live miles, and it co.st $100,- - chairman of arrangements. (uironl is acting in his place. harming Implements and Household Furniture ThcBucknur,Thu Kauilman.ThoTom-1...1.- , Also 9 shares ot Kirkss ille and Kentucky River1 from Wayne to 000 over and above the two plants.which Biut.HT Kkuiiki.i. is up 'I urnpike stock, etc possession mv. thn iwin'lrv. He mvs old Vol-- ! will cost '2MQ each. Mr. Welsh tells linson and the Lillanl & Bishop Clubs will erins as follows The 1880, hcn of the lands be gitcn January 1. of (the latter small boys) nearly nil uniford is going to get there as easy as' roll-- ns that there are three veins of coal, a the purchuMi money will be due, and for the other bitu-- , formed and carrying torches, formed inpavments credit of 6 and 13 months with interest Finley's' a cannel vein of Clinches and uigotl a log, notwithsninding from January . 1880 tuitions veins oMS and S4 inches, re-- ; to line on Stanford street marched round sums of Jjo and under, For the personalty on all cash in baud' over that liar'l, which is on tap down there. Kngiuc House, up Danville street to amount a credit till January 1, 1S84. will be given Viwr. W. (i. Utnitrti.t., who agisted sped ively. WM I.. CltUTCH Kit, Trustee. ;6 Conic Sizes. lackey's corner, nroiind Lexington the (milium. Silver Baud nt our KairJ .'my as Mr. James Carter was rid- -' toMrs. ii ill's, down Danvillestreet toAve. Dr. favorable imprcs- and w ho nimbi Mich a wj)rjn, WUgon (ml lomu K, KIH0, Trice's and hack to public sipiare to the sion, both itsit cornetixt and as it gentle- ,jRnu, v )IM.f which immediately This notice forewarns hunters, rUburmen speakers' stand, fronting Stanford pike. !i .......lllll I.I r..n ."'I't.t'l. ...I. ..l .."I visit" iii his friend. m iu inn-,- mi l not to trrsnass on our lands " ne ,llll(, ,T . lllll .........1 Thirty beautiful young ladies in the others asullauch wIIIIm prmt'cuti'dwithout full mission, to the Mi:. Joiis A. Bowint, ol tlie i arKsvine nltuI111)U., ,0 wt 011l 0f tMU way, was aligned' n est extent of tho law Crab Orchard 'bus were in the proccs-jsio.News, has lieen tippointed mail clerk on unil,,. to ,lo mi and the shaft of the e CKO I). HOl'l'KR and made the streets ring with vocal T.J. HU.!., M. McK(jiIKI11.S,JK. M.S. HAL't.HMAN, Knoxville DhWonand luw gone to i,j,.)c ww driven into his horse's thigh KOIIT. McAI.ISTKR, I.KIIKL'CK. . .lit', S. H. SHANKS, inv ... .. .. "S.H. IIAUIIIIMA.V, work. We are glad he. has so good a and through to the hollow. ortunate- - Illlinit .l.lilllllll , .; . , ti iii(-irvtun 4(1 iii- ci ii- - MKS. HK.NRV HAfCHMAN', A. M FKI.ANIt t vl iihiub tlie lv Mr. Carter escaped initirv, ib, but sorry that it will necessitate THAT uii; ers' stand. About UK) men weie on suspension of his newsy littlo paper. hoisc, for which he had just given $1(X), horseback. Col. W. S. Miller, in splen-- I MKhSHS. II. C. anii i. W. .Ii.ni, who tiled slimtly alter tlie accident. There did ttnifoiin, was chief marshal, and was LONDON. KENTUCKY, were two men with the wagon, but they uime with their father's remains to Mrs. D. S. weie carelessly walking along the road ably assisted by Judge Walker, James CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. were hero yesterday. Tone's and Mr. T H. Coleman also, came, without paying any attention to the Denny, Capt. Kph. Lillanl, Cajit. T. A. Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. Klkin, Hugh Logan and others. Judge ami the former will remain in Kentucky. horse. Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day anil night I). it.Mur Durham, Gov, MeCieiiry and Trains arc met by Polite PortersJ'ot this Popular Mr. Jones was (W, and not SO, as the C'iimtit oi ur, nfter a niv ntade rousing speeches from the House. CFtypes had it last issue, tiHy adjourned Satunlay after-- 1 htand but the niin coming up, forced the from Undon wvb that A nisc.xTi Tlu' lnsl 'nM! of "ol(! I'1'""1 other speakers to the They ' ,or"00"' Morgan T. Vift was expected to' din nt wus tl,at ,)f - Cart,r for WIHiikToiii woro Hon. John I). Harris, W. II. Smith "but If the of hun-- i anv moment M1', w"' w'ls " trial w,1" Wl" and John Smith, the latter the coloied I'lie Furmeri. National H.inW, located at Standreds of faitll'iftil friends avail he will be 11 s given m inu jurv imrlier wno tiseii to live nere ami who ford, in Lincoln county, Ky , is now settling its weiu hi pn-sspared further for usefulness to his kind. Saturday morning and in a hereby iiven to all time a mmle a most sensible and timely speech, allalrs and therefore noticeorishas claims ii.iinst shoit Vnother dispatch iw we go to press con; holding said Hani's notes ins Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchverdict of acipiittal was tvndcred. Mr. it was midnight when the speaking was K.ud Association to pieent them for payment. cvh the glatl tidings that the snllerer is Oct. 18, 8$3. JOHN II.OWhl.KV, Cashier. maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness Carter had twice before been tried for over a,i the crowd dispersed as it had somewhat better, hugely in his forced, ipiletly and in prdcr. and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the ItKin has r turned from "' kHHnK. I"'S J"rt'D11. Hum favor having resulted before. As a mat eye. COAXi where for the last six Philadelphia, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ter of fact, 2t men have pronounced him iiiiiHHV.MtMaiBtaiiHataiiiHiatiBssasiissMiitMsiMaasBBsBasBs,aa weeks lie has been attending the I am Agent For 'I be innocent of murder, while several others The longest courtship yet recorded of Dr. Hays Agnow.Oarlleld's phyof tho ItG would have agreed to an occurred in Rhode Island, and lasted 41 sician, and Dr. Uoodel, the great author- COAL, verdict. Well satisiied of the vears. Fifty-livdays after marriage iu lii vtmiicirsiliseaseH. nets looking ill keep it constantly on hands in my yards And omconu, nu nas always oeen on both applied for divorce, claiming to in Stanford (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) well and butter prepared than ever fornul lie will resume at niiuu reauy iur mm maiming un u nun, nave neen oaseiy ueceiveu. the practice, which Also Limo, Sand and Hair. FAVOllll'E LINE HETWKKN THE NORTH AND SOUTH. vcrv different from the innn who knows Mr. Shackelford Miller, democratic once. Gist imp a Call. e LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. his guilt anil seeks by wearing out bin Klcctor for tho ,th district, ami an JOHN . HICOINS, Iiss Hosk Ritit.Mins has returned from Stanford, to evade punishment. As Mr. Carter quent and rising young lawyer, will lie IN jj 1 HOURS. friends a delightful month'H visit to her INO. M. PERKINS e a free man married on the Nth to Miss Mary Well-i- t R, S, MAKTIK. and resunietl her stepped from the Hkooiieau, Kv.,Mav, 1S87. in Hreathltt county Through Gars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. number of his friends were on hand to a very lovely and lovable lady, duties in the postolllce, which were more congratulate him. Hu tells us that as ninn, Alliright & Martin beg to inform their manj Those who saw them THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. ... i iiin ,.r..liinlilv performed by Miss An- - noon ." " nrniiise .. nuairs ,ne win both .of Louisville.t. astie .springs i.asi. sea-i- .. friends and customers of the change in firm namt .i,i ins togetlier at kock Miss Rose ..in Wrav during her absence. THKTIflXASSHORT JIMMQ. MARTIN & PERKINS, r .lnva nt Mt Sterlinu remove with his family to the West, wm were well awme that matters weie where be hopes to forget his troubles culminating into something serious and The new firm hopes not only to sustain the repuCONDENSED TIMETABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16, 1888. and enjoyed tho pleasure of being with j ami regain his foi tune. make many im. '. the announcement of their coining mar- tation of the old, but intends to of tobacco which provementsin the manufacture tho Hamescs again. ItKVs-the interest of our customers. We will K.JC AD DOWN. On discharging the standing jurors riage will occasion littlo surprise, but will be tosneclal UP. .levnie attention to our Natural l.eat TiAINS"N ikTlTT tiIaInS soUth Saturday, Judge Morrow took occasion many hearty congratulations. s best leaf. '1 hauling you brands of Kentuck) CITY AND VICINITY. forpast favors and asking for a continuation 01 No. a. No. t. Wo. 3. No.o. No. 5. .NO. I. No. 7. to pay them a handsome compliment for STATIONS. Kespectlully yours, No. 2. your trade, e remain, Daily. HUST0NVILLE. V ink Sorghum utT.H. Walton's. MARTINA PERKINS. V.x, Sun. Daily. Daily. Daily. Dully, accomDaily. Daily. tho work ho bad been enabled to A'rv p ni Cinciiuiati am! 317am 4 03 urn, S co p in, 7 55 a in, I.'s e 'illidmtown....I.'ve 640 a m 04JI.1. 1015 a in uoopp m through them. Kvcry case tried News is received this, Monday, morn8 30 a m 4 Jt Cleve- plish o is urn 17 5 13 9 S3 ml .1. C. Hays has S.')00 to bet Hint n 7 14 a m 3 08 p m o J9 a m 701pm 1037pm; r l.eoriretowii 410am., was disposed of, save one, in which there ing of tbivdeatli of our former a 40 p " m 4 isp m 7 00 a .Xexinxlon,........,, 33 p m 03 pm land is elected was a hung Jury. He was enabled too lt .. "I 7440pm 11810pm 107 jjam l.v l.ou., h. k.k. r; 3 48 a 710pm citizen, William M. Carpenter, 10 mn . 030am " l.v 3 00 a m 3)opm s 50 a m 8 3; pnvu 48 a m 1050 a mi A r llurgili $0,000 blick upwmuiy to do wit.lt from M to 18 men,., thus sav- which occurred at his home in Texas, on To Uuii.nKits Arr1 350am 317pm "3 45 in Rurjin " iijjpm' 8 45 pmliaoja, m 11 17 amll.ve W a day afiuV cutting the 2J pin 2.1, in tho ing thu'State V tho morning of Thursday, Oct. for sale. W F, Ramsey. 5 311 u m i.iiiviiie 10 p in eapniita 10 in IJjopm 733am t - jury expento of thy court about half of (Kith year of his age. Ho was born, 33 a ni 3 53 a 5 jo n in 15 p m, 9 10 p ni 13 30 a m it 45 a Junction Lily 00 pin polSomerset J 05 a mi oopm ami in. am 115pm 3 00 p m 05 a ni penny-wis- e Tin: Three white men, Jim brought up, married and raised a largo wakuaic Ojopm j 7 35 a m .335am 6 J a m Ar'v. Chattanooga. ..I.'vel o 30 pm jju in auctioneers that last term. 0 10 pm 755am 10 00 jim 4 oja m 815am 40 p m atid Willis Adams, for hog Bteallng, family near this place. Will give you a icy of thu city fathers taxing m I.'ve Chatunooga.. ..Ar'v 3 45 p m 735am 9 10am! 7oop Attalla lias completely driven stock from onr Frank Martin for'steallng bacon' ami two full account Friday. 00 pml 949 p m Ar's 145pm 447am ....1115pm 300pm t 45 p m 11 45 p m, I.'ve.. Ilirmincham market, and none was offered yesterday. negroes, Jim Parris and John Meadows, ' 8 o in 41 a 015pm 30 a m 1.. ........ Tuscnloosa CO., Meridian I.'ve! 15am looupin The srt'fit Labor party of tlie Tithed illispiiil 445am'Ars' wero the peniknowing themselves in- both for a m Ar v...Jsew Orleans .,Ml. ve' 900pm 335pm 00 63011 in (iuntur's limbic . i.i, pornoiiH Ar'vj convictions of the term, and Status will j 10 a ni I.'ve Meridian ...Ar'st 940 pm HUSTONVILLE, KY. debted to tho cstatt) of tho lato Thomas tentiary Jacksoi 610pm 9 00 u in I.'ve cliiokt'ii diok'nt ftiro. Wnrrantotl by m L,'sc....Vicks!iurK of the each got one year. The negro boy, 400pm It 30a ami rcidy to do any Are Mill In Ilie C. Robinson will plcttfco adviso mo Monroe...., 1005 a m 4 30pm I.'ve two years Mi'llobertH si- Stnj.tr. Hays, who was given tMntf in the I'niN'rtaUiiK line. We base a full ............. 8 15 p At'v.Shreveport 600a m amount and what it is for. Also those Hugh Fashion, from I'ittHburj,' slock of Cases an J CaiLrmof all lliuls and Holies The HtonnuT by a jury, had his sentence i Mann lloudoir IlurTct Sleeping Car on all trains, having claims against same will please for burglary for Gincinnnti, wink to tho linrrinuio of every ileicripticn. Our liearse, which Mr. "eiirly shun changed to lUnonths in jail at hard la leck Friiluv nijjht in tho Ohio river, nt new ciin he nhtaint'il 011 liusinessnnlicc will J. II. JOHN C.OAUI.T, (Jener.il .Manacer, D. (5. KDWAHDS, Uen'l Krt. Taas. Ajt kIiow anil mo in like manner, euro Mek lias chaise nlonr linen inform J.QUINI.AN, (leu. AHuri s.ng Aht It. CARltOI.I.. (Jeneral Superintendent. bor, on tho ground that the offense of thu hentl of .Muni'hester Island, ami is n cur coods to any one needing anything in our V. H. Idol, Itox O, Danville, Ky. Ine. OeneralOmces, St. Paul Iluildlnj;, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. total loss. One life lost. burglary had not been proved. tfUIMCU YKAH,IJfADVANOM satisfy anybody. II, C. Ituplcy, - ...- 1 7- - BSTBAY. NEW STORE! a weyw . ! . ., . .,,., - 11I I I . m m Pry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, wnr nw I In-n- M W,1, The Louisville Post, m n fmnc "' ' j ' . SEVERANCE & SON. vy V Trustee's Sole I throat-cutter- ' OVERCOATS I Satinets and Kerseys, Worsteds and Chinchillas. In Light and Dark Colors and 11 oth-Hpv- nt Wednesday. - ; , ... 0, N first-rat- e 1 I j l'rr, bliM'-grat- in Light n j 11 Medium and Heavy Weights. 4 .1 ' I 1 one-thir- d to j I Our Stock is Full of Fresh Goods. Early and get Choice of Patents and ' j FOSTHZD. 11 i,t 11 ...! ve-th- ;!BRUCE&MeROBERTS. PLEASE OBSERVE -- I 1 r .' i - v JACKSON HOUSE. Ken-Mick- y, M'ROBERTSSTAGG -- First-clas- s three-week'- s' A FTUJLL AlioiHTMIUlNT 'r,n' Jo;-t- f. eoiirt-hoif- e. C '- 1 NOTICE!: pi-iy- . WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. - ITsfiW YARD. lee-Mir- i e SUPERIOR LILY QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. i i j i elo-cas- ! 1 court-hous- j J ,,'.. ...i ' ........i,,. . . . ' 111 widely-know- , to-da- y. 111 HyaSpBllsjBEjsB 1.1111 1 1 .1 ' 1 111 111 1 pound-foolis- h I 11 1 11 1 - house-breakin- g, o J. T. STJTTOIT di liu-i- 1 111 1 11 4 11 apiH-ecint- - 111 ' A-- f I . , M' tiJi ZJStLMEL!Jl.-i&?- . T iMiiMliii ErTrfMjawilji n m i ,,.4y-y,,lllir,.- nfcf jJ "-i- i1 RECENT EVENTS. A r&TiMRR of Santa Ito.u, Cal., has raised si Japanese cucumber that measured three feet six Inches In length. A iAN who died at Flint, Mich., some time funeral sermon, the U0 wrote Ins own his funeral, tho words hymns to be suiir nt of consolation to his friends und the epitaph tor his tombMouc. A iakr steamer that win sold to a firm In Honduras lately started from Chicago for BclUe. She went down tho Illinois and Mississippi rivers, and then through tho Uulf f ikxlco to her destination. A qnEEit .tory is told of u Kansas City woman. Sho was traveling with her and when the conductor enmo around Tftcr the fares he found the husband cold la death and Ids wlfo'talklng to him. Sho Jiad been currying on a conversation with a dead man for nt least two hours. A citizen-- of Curtis, Kla., received a lot of tollctsoap for his barber shop. In placing xhecakeson tho shelf he noticed that one of them was much heavier than soap gcucrally is. Cutting It open, ho found a silver dollar of the vintngo of Is&J. He resolved to continue trading with tbc barber. prevulled at A niMANKAni.E sand-storTrcsno, Cal., otio day recently from four to six o'clock in tho afternoon. The heavens "wejxj 60 darkened, that one could scarcely sec across tho street, a coin pi o to pall hung over tho city and tho gas had to bo lighted, while doors and windows had to be shut to .keep out the line dust. Tnn heaviest article which has ever been passed carried by an Krio canal-boa- t "through Rochester lately en route from JTcwYorkto Chicago. It was n block of granite eighteen feet square, two and one-.htons. feet thick, and weighing tifty-tlv- e Thcpcbblo was quarried in Maine und was steam-frargbrought to New York City on a hus-banial e. TRADE AND TRAFFIC. Oni foreign - t- - 1 h If l-- If' x f II Ilk ft lSl'fl, Increasing faster during that time than has England's. Sarsaparllla, nnd bo suro you get it, Adam.- KsriiKM Companv Is going to do when you want tho best business lu Europe, and Mr. John Hocy has With Its forty intra already ar rauged for principal offices at ot uncxaihpled suc Llvorpool, London, Paris, Berlin and Vienna, . cess in the cure oi AcconniNfl to tho JtHih Gaittte, of tho 211 ' I i Dlood DUumios, you iff. clothing inanufncturcrs in the city of Now can make no nut-tak- o York 2D4 aro Hebrew Arms. Tho Jews aro I lu preferring , emalso largely engaged In Ayer's ploying over 8,000 hands and producing ovet ' 000,000,003 cigars yearly. Is Western New York tho ovnporatcd to any other. Tho fruit Industry Is of great imjwrtnnce. Within a radius of forty miles around Rochester of mod. . there are estimated more than l,500ovaporat-orscm blood medicines, During tho cany autumn nnd winter Ayer's Sarsaparllla mot. t lis nt least 90,000 peoplo aro employed. is still the most popMottn than 40,000.000 worth of American ular, being In greatrcilncd hunt Is exported every vear. Lard er demand than all ranks sixth in value out of 1 800,000,000 of others combined. American exports. It is exceeded only by ' Ajer's Sarsaparllla Is tilling fas cotton, brcudatuffs, petroleum, tobacco and than over Iteforo. I never hesitate to bacon. Our great corn crop means largo recommend It." ficorgo W. Whitman, exports in tho lino of pork product, and tho Druggist, Albany, I nd. means to pay for our tea, coffee, sugar, etc. "I am safo In saying that my salM of The valno of old rubbors of tho first class Ayer's Sarsaparllla fur excel those ot any other, and It gives thorough satisfacranges from t50 to 1100 a ton, dolivcrcd nt tion." L. II. Hush, Des Moines, Iowa. tho railway depot In tho city of tho buyer. Many retailers throw old rubbors away or "Ayer's Sarsaparllla and Ayor's Pills aro tho best selling medicines in my cent a sell them to ' junk 'men at one-hastore. I can recommend them conscienpound (or (10 a ton), when, byunlting and tiously." C Blckhatu, , Pharmacist, saving them up, thoy could sell them to Roselaud, III. manufacturers at from flvo to ten times as "We have sold Ayer'a Sarsaparllla. much. here for over thirty years and always Fort some years efforts have been mado to recommend It when asked to name tho perfect plans forshipplug refrigerated beef W. T. McLean, best in large quantities from Texas to Europe, and Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. it is believed that tho matter has. now been I have sold your medicines for tho fully consummated. It includes the establast seventeen years, and always keep ro frige lishment of largo stock yards and thom in stock, as they are staples. works at Fort W orth and a lino of There Is nothing so good for the youthful blood' as Ayers Sarsaparllla." steamers especially adapted to tho business R. L. Parker, Fox Lake, Wis. from Qalvcston to England. NEift Espanola, In tho northwestern part "Ayer's 8arsaparllla give. the best Amstbiwam claims to have become the of New Mexico, along the Denver & Rio cldof European tobacco market on account satisfaction o( nny medloino I haro In QrsDdo railroad, are situated on tho top of stock. I recommend It, or, as the of tho lino quality of the Sumatra tobacco Doctors sav, ' I prescribe it over tho steep mountains numerous cliff dwellings which is brought thoro. American cigar counter.' it never falls to meet tho "which were occupied hundreds of years ago manufacturers aro said to bo specially eager cases for which I recommend it, even by an Aitce people. On ono of the highest to get this tobacco. Sumatra sent to Holwhero the doctors' prescriptions have points a Me:ican lately manaRcd to place a land In 1SS7 1W.000 bales, worth about' beon ot no avail." C 1. Calhoun, Cleveland and Thurman flag at tho risk of Monmouth, Kansas. of which B,800,000 worth was purIbis life chased by American buyors. way A Dixon (Cal.) man lately lost his Manv countries have been bidding for the vvbca hunting for his cow, and was three dairy tradu in hot sections, liko Urazil or dasya without food in a very rough country. rnicr-AiiEnr India. Tho French appear to bo ahead in Hebccamo so exhausted that ho concluded this. Their butter Is packed In gloss jars, Dr. J. C. Ayer Si Co., Lowell, Matt. XYaa. he could not livo longer, but managed with glass stoppers secured with' cement, Ookuildaflrc, by which he lay down. He so as to be absolutely Trie Hi tli bottlee, $S. Worth tl bottle. The was then not over ono hundred yards from Is fresh, but after being packed a butter nte house of a ranchman, who saw the lire of Uno salt is placed in tho neck. went to it, surprised enough to And a Such butter brings a high price. I.KK If. HUFFMAN, man ut his very door. t&trving - tist a f t aaittf tilnniiiM tintm iant.il SURGKON DENTIST, uuiu vai.II uimia iiuiii otiiw ' Misi n, . tnlrM e JV little girl . rentcd a sensation on a i ,!.. - Kbntcckt. u tu ,s.,.i va iuuit at uuo Stanford, Pullman sleeper the other evening near ii.n ivMt vuiTho iiivuiavoui in Chicago. fruit is quickly unloaded Memphis. She got up to get a drink, and from the cars on arrival, nnd sutnplo boxes Office louth .ide Main, tiro door, above Depot St, then, getting Into iho wrong berth, lay down opened to display quality. Promptly at with an old gentleman who sho thought was nino o'clock each morning during the fruit R. B. her papa and went to sleep. Her fathcrund season tho salo commences by auction, all mother discovered her absence.and became j tho fruit dcalcn. being invited to atteU bUCCESSOR TO frantic They found her at last, after rons-- 1 Tho BUCt,on tako, nlaco , one of tnc ant wiu si:in;r, unu nu unu 111 uiu cur wus u.iil rtmiAt B T'Vmtia fiiH ikn ntnn .t.nnlf u Vvt M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, than the' old method of consigning to t .had bocu sleeping soundly all the time. 611 4TH AVENUE, . men,Wlth the connequent losses recently (h,ipInva. 1ifpInr!,tInn nnH ,inv A xux in Trenton, N. J.,i-a- s LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. drowcoil In a beer glass. Ho had been drinking hurd, and wan ' well under aluholic SCIENTIFIC INTEREST. inflmsice, when he entered a saloon and or The Nobbiest & Most Stylish dcrcd a glass of beer, which was brought LrrnicM U the lightest metal known and .him. Ho sat down nt a table and fell into a Is worth frlGO per ounce. Gallium Is the -- Stock of-stupor, bis head dropping forward into the costliest met 1 knowu and is worth $3,250 rplass before him. When the barkeeper per ounce. tried to arouse him half an hour later. It was It is asserted that, under certain conJound that he was dead, his noso being ditions, the bark of the qullla tree of Chili in tho liquor in such a way that possosses cleansing properties superior to was completely stopped. thoso of the best soap. Ker brought to the city of Louiitllte, nou open Tjie people of a church in Belfast, Me., Fiior. Kuan a Ghat has procured a including the report a singular coincidence which rw. natent for a new telnr.ninhli vairrcd oa a recent Uuuduy. Just as the I transmitter, giving tho messago In the KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS tpastor was reading the words, "I beheld tbo of the tender. Anda'iomy own importation of Engliih Hats tsplnldeaccndlngasadovoout of Heaven, Tnn dangdr of infection from tho use of and Cap. An elegant tine ol Cane, and Lyon's and it abode upon him," a beautiful books from circulating libraries has remove fluttered in at the open door and eclved intelligent attention in England, Celebrated Umbrella, alway. on hand Fine alighted upon tho railing of the back gal- - and means have been devised for their SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, It next flew to tho pulpit, and, after Infection. .resting a minute, perched Upon the speak-- 1 iuo.v, while heating, If exposed to the air, Gloie. and other Fur., a .pecialty Order, out crhead. Being brushed away, the dove j wju oxidizo: while at white heat, If in con-w- r tide of city solicited, perfect satl.faction guaranaown beside tho Bible, and finally, j tact with coal, will carbonize, or be.omo teed Don't lad toordera NOBBV HAT i tyr Ul lUU ncrvices, Ul'lV OUl , uleo c ft Iv utur luu ahnn M a nnatfil a through the 0cn door ot which it bad en- - possible. Vienna scientific societies have been Investigating the wonderful "weather plant" fFOn THE FAMILY FIRESIDE. discovered some months ago, and it is said 1 KOCTE." "BLUE properties have "ArrLs jelly will holp to harden jellies that its weatlier-foretcllin- g lhatdncluie to bo thin. It Is often used beon thoroughly verilled. Tho marino de- THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE partment of the Austrian War Department for stnk, and flavored with various From is to give the plant a trial on shipboard. CENTRAL KENTUCKY A convention of scientists, which reiOdasb jars aro better than tin cans. 'Thoy.aro always safo and au bo used year cently inudo uu Investigation in Paris under To all Point while unless tin cans are bright tho uusp'.ees of several commercial bodies, and Trcti, Ahoy spoil tho flavor of the fruit decided that no chemical substitute for sugar has jet been discovered, tho claims - and render It .unlit for use. When replacing the stair carpet, do not of "saccharine" to that honor being de-put It dowu exactly as it was before, but if stroyed by tho fact that It is seriously dotri- FAST LINE BETWEEN it will allow revorse it by putting the top at mental to health. "AN.KvniKTie itEVKHT.ox" Is the name thetottom, and vice versa. This keeps it & CINCINNATI. from woaring in spots, and will make it last which has been applied to the sensation of LEXINGTON recovery from tho anaesthetic effects of sulniach longer. O&oans .not regularly cxeraised boomo phuric ether. For ono brief Instant, just SCHKDCl.E IN EFKKCT MAY jo, i333 inrntmhlft iff innrfnrmliirr thoir firnntlnna boforo tho complete return of conscious- . ncss, tho subject invariably has an Intense JUoweback rid leg is tho best exercise. oiri9) Xo V. No. 4 loopia asivell as boys, .should bo turned out to I perception of what seems to him at tho tlmo 38pm tho truc explanation of tho universe. V.x. Sun. Daily. 4 30 p m iion, akin undJumn. lav ball, and civw free 5 10 p m play to all their member without the re Tub Smithsonian Institution at Washing, I.ve Coiington.. 8 30 am 3 35 p m 0 10 p m 10 O am 9 35 p in ton has sent an expedition to Nova Sotia l.vc Falmouth. --stralntof tight-fittingarments. m 05 a m to n p ml 5 20 p tho"fairy rocks," I.ve Cynthiana jam, pare tho apples, and secured 'To MAKttcrab-appI- o 40 a m 10 50 p in o 05 p in Arr Vari. 'vcblch should bo fully ripe, put them into a on which are curious hieroglyphic charac- An Lexington.... " 30 p m 11 30 p m 7 to p m u 8 18 p m StanoJaE,.cfirrwcll, and place In a pan of! ters, evidently very old, which may throw I.ve Pari. it 50 a m 10 55 p m some light on tho history of tho early dis- Arr Wincheter. "35 p mil t$ p n 8 40 p ixuInrgTCatcror nu hour and u half. Muko p asirnp.with two pounds of sugar 111 half a coveries of America. Tho marl, ngs are cut Arr Hichmond.... 00 P nv "i I.anca.ter....d slate, Arr Stanford jnnUif water for every pound of apples, j In upon a rock ot 6 00 p m Arr Clarify fho Irup, then put tho apples Into and the Intaglio is about a sixteenth of an I.ve "Richmond ... - t5 p mi.. inch deep. .S- ot, and boil to a jam. 3 Vo p 111'.. Arr Uerea. Arr Lexington.... S 45 P m TTije process of canning ono kind of vege-rtshl- e INGENIOUS INVENTIONS. applies to almost all kinds, except No. 1. North-UoutNo. 3. enm, Mlilcli often ferments canned In tho A OBMt's has an invention for turning an vjrdlnnry way. It can bo kept perfectly olght-duS timeclock into a hundred-da- y l.ic I.iving.ton... 10 00 swc:t by boiling it in au acid before can35 Lie Uerea ning, u fact well worth remembering, us it piece. Richmond..., 11 4J Arr 'urnlshcsa nice sl'odish highly prized by to A Fuexcumak spent ten years of his life f.ve Stanford ...... a 35 m,, Invent u noiseless clock, and when ho I.ve Lancaster.- -. 8 to a in 3 45 in .all Jovcrs of this vegotablo. 6 50 W Arr Richmond.... II 00 -Tihep Tom vrop.. Tako cold tomatoes had succeeded nobody would buy it. m', 65o 30 A Fkencii electrician claims that ho will I.ve Richmond.,.. that havo been stcwod, add more seusoulng m 7 40 Arr Winchester. soon be able to produce a thunder-stors if desired, one egg. and suflleent ni .. Arr J'arU S5 l?s to muko Into round cakes ami fry wherever and whenuver it is desired. ra I.ve Lexlugton ... 3 00 l3i in 33 00 pPn A machine which lays railroad tics and I.ve Pari. 5 in brawn in drippitigs; or tho uncooked canned 30 p m ni 4 30 9 06 tomatoes may bo seasoned und thickened track by steam power is said to have been Lve Cynthiana ... 406 10 03 in 5 5J lve Falmouth..,. with and then dipped in egg given u successful trial In Washington Ter- Arr Covington.... Is' M 35 ni 650pm 00 s ritory. und fried. and .. - o, . t,..:. At inAn ingenious kind of cloak has been One of the llrst rules of tho fruit season ivMilie nrancn, .0, icaro should be, never put up mom fruit than troduced Into tho Prussian army. It is cut 3 jo, am ami No. II, at 5.0, p 111, arriving at No. m, ivlll bo uood supply for tho family until and tinlahed in such a way that two of the Muyville at into, a 6 andm,740,, p m. Pan. 10 at arnving at 00, garments together may, bo convortod into a leuvo. Mayivillf it leave. aMayville At 105 and iruUcomc again. A dry, BHi.iim, No, callaris tho best place for all kinds of tent, the light supports for which accom- - arrive, at Pari, it 3 5. P m The-- e train are dally cepr Sunday. canned fruit, but jellies and jams should bo f puny the cloaks. Nu. jjlcavih CouiiKtf'i-i- t 8 jo mhi. arrlieat which is warm and kept in a storo-rooiA Out too man, who gives his whom Falmouth at 10 yi a ui: Sund o, 31 only dry, awny from tho loast danger of damp. mind to advertising, has devised a pair of leave Falmouth at 430 pui.arnve. at Sunday only. No. 15 leave. l,caiii- a pudding .boots whose wooden solos hold a small auto- atfi jo p in; 1Oiu.o?i!!i OrHTKit.--fluttp m. No, 8 leaves Van. itlu, Toil crackers very tine, put a layer of matic press, with which the user's nnmo ton 7 15 p m, arrive. arrive.; 55 almoulh jw P ra. Covington j o p in, orackors. tiiun u layer of oysters, season and local habitation can be printed all ovor No 7 leave. Falmouth at 50 a m, arrive, at Cov ington at 7 50 a m. with nail nnd pepper and put small bits of the sidewalks. OAII.Y KXCr.PT SUNDAY butter over the oysters, fill the dish nearly An Englishman tins invented an ehtctrie NOTE. Train. 3 and 4 e dally between .full, having oysters on top, pour in swoet giiii. There is u small storage buttery fixed Lexington and Cincinnati; other nther iKilkcDOUgli to soak tho crackers, bako in tho stock, from which a current strong are daily except Sunday. nearly nu hour. If too dry when baking enough to oxplodo ouo cartridge is commu- tralnn connection 1. .made at Winchester with Direct Ml Slerliug, A.hland Ch.ipeake add a littlo more milk and butter. nicated. It it said that tho charging of the Iliitti'ijtton, & Ohio for W. Va. and Kaslern iilie. Charle.tan, A iMUixjit dust b.ig can bo made of cell will Rxploiln 5,000 cartridges. and 4 run vn FnS'l LINK.Nos. 3 train, with I'ullman Slremnij Car., be. A novki. locomotive cngino is on exhiCbbii'se silk of uuy profcrreil color. Slake a straight bag tlrirly by ten bition at, lalmyra, Wis. Except the noise lueen Cincinnati sndRlehinimii, 1.1., and ja the shupo of Washington. iuches, dnjbled und (ointcd at tho lower of Its wheels moving upon Iron rails it Is to any Through ticket, and baggJUe. "largo enough to noiseless and smokeless. Tbo steam ufter de.tination reached by a railroad end. Iuvo un opening 01 ine 1,0. particular, aildresv any For full Ihohtind. In tho ocam which bhsuld use in thn engine Is condensed In a new ,, r . . triuniji., It. I1ACON. tosul thu back, to slip in tho duster. Orua-nea- t manner, und thu water at the boiling point Oer.'l Pii.'g'rA tft., Traveling iWg'r Air I C'isinKton , K.y. both ends with crewel tahsols of a Is reused. All tho wheels of this locomotivo Lexingion , Ky, contrasting color, ,iud suspend by a bruss aro drive whoola, being so urrungedosto H.K HUNTlNtt ION, r.ener.u Manager. wing through which the bag Is drawn teu or give them easy control of tho car on curves aonOfflcoa. Covington, Kentuclcy, aud ott uneven tracks. 4ueJve mcln'H, blood-purlfler. commorco has doubled since Ask For Ayer's Mountain Land I li V7 k ' dcrtakinir, hardware or tinner', rttabllshment These are good for 40 dais. For further Inform C W. MKTCAI.K, nation, write tu llatuoumlfe, Ky. j3 l have 400 acrrs. more or lcs, (if Mountain, Coat and Timber l.ahd. that I will sell at a birgain. I hasea store room to rent (or a furniture an J tin GOFFINS, 8A8KETS. ROBES. Putin ilimi Wffli TO BITXZiDXHS IRON ROOFING At $1 ?J I '"MTiSm1, tTWTrF-Mrirgfg- t cigar-making- lam agenttor Tlie Cincinnati l'orter Iron Koof to furntOi their ins Company and am prepari-per ouu.irc, Sarsaparilla nail, punH, .tc fore-runn- er f - SHhl.TOX, Incliiilrd. 6;-t- Hon land, Ky. L03TID 5c KV. CO., WALL FAFXE nd FTJB1TITTJIIE. COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. McKIXXEV, Kor l)rug, Medicines, the famotit Si nip 01 Klg " vw. anittOKetyour pri:criiiiiiii (iimii.hj rectly filled nt alllioun, and to gel our Staple e . ko lo r.rocerlet, fine CIaM, Toilet Article.. I.od & Co , McKlnncy. Dr. J. A. 1LLIAMS will attend to ourdru dtp irtment; nl.o attend to or day, In tonn nr the want. o( the lcU, 3" country. nht C.W. MCTCALr i SS MAV lf METOALP HAYS, B. K. WEAHEHT, blood-purlnor- ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. I1AR110URVII.LK and l'tNKVILI.K, KV. Will practice in any court in Kattern Kentucky. a.pecialty. K.amination. of land title, made mineral land, Any die tract, of timber, coal and any point na for on tale. Information turni.hed retpondence .ollciteJ .'"'""L Ao Mo 3DKTJC3-C3-IS- T FANCY ARTICLES, &C. PENNY, &6 c. To the Farmers of Lincoln and DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, compounded. Garrard Oountiea- - rhyilcian. pretcripliout' accuratel) ant. The Stanford Roller Mill. Company in caihjour the pay crop of iSSJ, and Do not .ell wthout price for it hiX.t .1 1 he M. I or firtt.eeinir Suermtendent thund.r.isn.d llt. SuBfc J THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVUiliE, KENTUCKY. CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Ever brought to Ihi market. Price. locr than the lowe.t. Watchet, Clock, and Jewelry He. paired on thort notice and narranted. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, air-tigh- t. THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES table-spoonf- ul Ho Co BUFJLJIilY, :d ..,... wj- .. sfk $2.50 $4 PER DAY. ING to rooms; TO ACCORD- MERCHANTTAILOR Is Receiving His TURKISH RUSSIAN UATHS IN HOTEL GEOGHEGAN, i M Y23MS MOTJEIL, STANFORD, KY., FALL AND LAND FOR SALE. WINTER t GOODS. Give him a Trial bate mused E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. Hotel .till maintain. Thi old and . it.. ii..nn.inr h ctctermin. it. hien repuuiion.anu,,. iw"-"-- in cd that it .hall be .econd to no conntry Hotel .,- - ct.i. in In Fare. Annointment., or Atten and conveyeJ t tion to hi. Jue.t. HajiiB Special accommoda-tioo.tfrom depot free of chargewell-Uno- Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, FALL HATS, uorld-renoun- o Kmjtrtionthe Nnmerri and CiaU Oorchard place. Well of road hal(wa) between the H good water at end ot lurch Half i cirrd and jo ar-- i A jhAj outlet for cattle, hoj. aerr In W C. WAI.I.ACK. and iheep Iiabney Ky 5j-t- f j M7 MEAT SHOP I to l..n aiter also keep a I it street ipposite 12' Court Hou. ol IlKIt K on hand re.dyfor.i r HAISI.. Vr Stanford, Ky Commercial Traveler.. SAWMELL FOR SALE V1ho ! WOOD WALLACE, THE GESTS' FURNISHER, iTHAT FIGHT H. Zeilin, I'rop'r A. Q. Simmon. Llv f Kefu'ftor, Kfd by Z.llin9M. M.AS, Lf M. ha for n cured iMDIOOTION, fllLIUV.NI.1. Church, Adam.. Tenn., write. r"l a .nouiu nav ocen dead out tot your Genuine M. A. Sim. mon. Liver Medicine. I have omttime. had to ub.tltutt "Zellin'i .tuO" for your Medi cine, but It don't ajuwtr thi I.ruid mill Mtx-- k e hand-writin- g 1 dls-Jei- y. A. I desire to lease Kentucky I will sell atureat sacrifice .aiv mill, comp'ete lih jo hor.e boiler, and ohore engines, .. works. o lo wagbufkboirJ, sprini; wag on i 513 4th St., Louisville. on and harnr.. i )nle. ofcallle, 3 mules, horse, grist mill complete, and in) firm of 560 actes of Thefa.hion.oftheday in the Oent.' Furni.h. .nob land hcII timbered Will srll privatcli I am MART SMI tit, incline will always be found in my .tore. Ma)isood, K) f agent lor the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the Laundry in the world. ben 1 1 1 1 j.S-i- C K. Simmon.. St, Louis, I'rop'r M . A. Simmon. Liver Medicine, Kst'i 1S40, In the IT. S. Court DirtAT I The Original Wins. nu. DT.riMtAilCK Hiadacmi.Lo.t ArrtTiTi, Sof Stomach. Etc Kt. T II. Keami, 1'a.tor M. B. To the Farmers of West Lincoln, 11 KentuckyCentralR.fi. S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MY. Casey and Elsewhere. lining bren authorized by Mr C. C VatiArs dale, proprietor of llustonsllle Roller Mills, as his agciu for the purchase of heat in this tection of country, I call with conhdrmcnri my old and tried friends of the farming public to sei- - me before en gaging their crop, rlscwhere. Il.mig breli in the trade about twenty )rirs, I am familiar with the business. I frel warranted, therefore, in the declaration tbil I ss ill br able to Uiililate the transfer of youremps to the adianaje of all con J U f.RKKN cerned. jj IrJOfUl - VKUNOX.rvV. Wifttit, Dr. 1. R. Cram. Editor TXi Memphlf,Tcnn. iayt OHjce next door to Whitehead'. Drui Store. Secial attention gu en to disease, of children 77-- Medicine, and has uuJ Katf nf 1, It work, like a charm. I want no better Liver Ilerulator and err- no more 01 Miiia'i ratxiur. f. SPECULATION. GEO. A. ROSIER, CHEW BANKER AND BROKER 40 S. 41 Uroadisa) and 51 New Street, TOBACCONET. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., NKW YORK CITY G AHTEH5 CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! s a StoclcB, Bonds. Qrain, ProvlBlons and Potroloum. ON MAKOIN 61 otilh-Uoun- UOL'OHT.SOLD.V; CARIIIKD I 8. -- Send Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, KY for explanatory pamphlet iv STASrOKD, g I 1 Chesapeake & Ohio PULLMAN GARS AND SOLID ! Wells drilled it, or Jrr and Pumps lurnishrd factory price. 30 l 111 TRAINS- - highly-polishe- - ' To Washington, Blohmond Old Point Comfort. To Louiavilo BAST T. ivery, oed and Sale ,table, and h. y l' 1 WEST NOETH SOUTH-WES- Connectlor.;direct for all point. In the - WEST AND "WEST and Oinoiinnatl W.H. Good JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. bread-ctsxb1- , IN BFKKCTNOV. 13, '87, bread-crumb- bread-crumb- I.ve Louisville .... Arr Lexlncton. " White Sulphur Spr ing. ' Charlott.ville;VMJ unct, 5 9 " Kichmond. io " Newport New. II Old l'oint Comlort 11 ' NorMk ' No, 1, on reasonable terms London is the most convenDaily ient point on the railroad to retch places in the Dally. Ex. Sun. in the mountain .ectlon of llic State, 10 7 m 11 m 50 a m 'io 35 p m jo a m 10 LONDON, KV, turnout, and .addle hor.e. alway. lor hire Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Choi-erIt is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the dicovery cures ol .1 reineay tiut positivtly it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial a bottle is enouch foi one hundred chickens. It is d 50-ten- 00 35 ' Washington " Ilaltimora. 00 40 0 40 6 'io n " Philadelphia New York 11 15 3 00 10 a m p ml 40 p m p m jo p m a m 35 P m a m 00 p m a m 40 p m pm 1P m pm 11 Ij p m 'a m 3 00 a in a mj 6 lo a m guar-antec- er Lcxingtoo Divulon Train, run by Central li me Main Line Train, ea.t of Huntington run by F.ast cm time, which l one hour faster than Central "".nnlTinilll cept Sunday, Win-che.t- -- Winches-ter.ASolI- d Cincinnati daily except Sunday, leave Cinnnyutl No, ve Ml Sterling I u p w; Lexington 5 35 V p m; Olive Hill 9 If " 7 11 ; No. j, dally, leave Cfifion Vorge at 7 00 Charleston u jo p W, arrive A.UIand s o p m; Colnmbu. 11 17 P m. No. 6, dally leave A.hUnd 7 10 a mj arilve at Charle.ton Ilium: Clifton I'orge 7 j6 p m I'ullman Sleeping Car. on all through train.. 1IVBI1 lrveo Olive IlitlV.j - "! , Ml. Strf ....... ... - jj i:nr 7 ni a min, u..h,j, 11 jjam. via Winchester TO , lljllv ,, I if Mm4 CREAM COMPANY ffrt. -- s If, after using of bottle, the buyer is not thoiotighly sa'irtficd with it as a cure for Chicken two-third- Ch'rlera, return it to the undersigned an' vpnr mnev will be, refurjded For tale by McRobert. It Stagg, Stanford, if,mMZj-ixy- lM- i, '; wAfiEEVS) ir an-t- dap. Tuesday, W'edne.day, Ihurnlay nnd Satur For Ti?ket, Rates Information, f lc, apply to Icket office or addro (" I P"- - AB W C.WICKHAM, . Rr..elv-r- H.W rULt.KR, I.L BUYERS' GUIDE It Maroh aad Sept., yer. It la an cacjr. or uaeful for all who pur. the luxuriea or tha of lite. We can olothe you and lurnlih you with all the nacosaary and unnecessary Appliance to rldn. walk, dance, sleep, eat, flh, hunt, work, go to ohuroh, or stay at homo, and In various sites, styles and quantities. Just figure out what Is required to do all these things COMFOMTAILT, and you can mskeafal-estimatof the yalue ol the BUVERS QUIDE, which will be sent upou reoelpt of 10 oeuta to pay postage. MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. 111114 Michigan Avenue, Ohloaro.Ill. OTha o p Mi r h