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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888110901 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. .s Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. l'lOP hliul n i . .. ; (lod-fca- Interior Journal. ,.,. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9. d888. SURGEON W frRpYALPSS'.".? NO. 78 DENTIST, KY i it HUSTONVILLE. nniun evangelist in incworni LANCASTER, GARRAnDCOUNTY. (i Ul l"auM io.Hisri:.ST CalviniHiii. Glllf IS LOVE XXD J -- Tl.o great ijiinilieiitilnl spasm 1iih -- The ollicial returns in the county Mark thv 'inalifylujr adjective. There ""- -. ",u "" hiow there in n tic vol.. between M- ii are many ing, men 1KAIHJC Tine 1.0U1J. ... nti u.nMir.. Illtu i v ...... ...... who belong to Culviniriie connections; """ imv mm.- iu uiiuiiHf uiiril ill I'rPillV nml I'm. ii'fj """ to their "'"f1 ' lament their county by about .10 majority. ami pink,., Cnlvinistio opinions. Hiif T""; ..... ... . rw Mum twin lulu Mini Ikfiil.iii-iI.ITTKIt FHOM nKOlKJKOIIAUNKS they never save u sou on consistent (Jul- '. rejoice in the contcu.-- , IM.11P Mis. uicnTcirill .lied nt Iier home llllt ,(i(.k lnt ,,lI(Iuyf S,M, ttn viniMie line. And I challenge the world ,, uxcellcnt la.ly and wits much loved ' tll .Us,,,,. t,H Mutcuent. Tlimik Cod, l,,t,t,0"uf , Mt. Sriliii.ttti, Kv., Nov. 5. 1S8S. """I;. theiriwrlmps Xlw triumphs, ,,y H tt ,10 klll.w ,,,,, SIie u,lveH ,,,,. '"eiiiic.ss uf Ph vu Jxthiihhb- -I l.avebecn thinking a veiy had theological HVMo.n en I... Z'M niituiHln.l will he astonished to iMII(, lllllN ,.,ildren, who in this great good ,bl tll(f M,U ,wn,w on' iHTCMivumeiit have " i the deepest .symp.ithj mrr of jilted gospelofti. I. I.. A. ..f ii .witititrt "" in " J turn . . i...:f..:i """'....... I.i..,. ii"' """ " m """ ex- . out for!" ""'V " lllt5 whole community. .s,.uhcrii author have sprung Into .nd all evangelists llud thi-""' ' n,on "'"' "w lu'lltil(,'l'l'", "i" -- So far as we can Icain, no one heie isteiiee. whom, writing now loiidtlm uu themselves, sooner or later mid fining '"' nnw "J0"-- ' wvii.ihmI of t nclo Sam s ovt.r i,t.iir,i of yom. j, w. Thurman, the How these their tacties in order to win souls. .f the "march of mind." vitality, and the man whoi Honing lod man, the girl or the Hell .My friend, the colonel, cannot tin nine' brilliant bralmiwc.ro all goaded into ti necessity of pro- - down in argument, as he heavenly netlvitvbv the .n . ,l'"' I'roiiiwuicnuck- - totiiHy ilusiivniilo. Jinny of our best to do: ,?"" '" "' " v"'1' lniHiiK'sri' tiii.ii luivii liiuMi imMii I... t!i. lit.K'!, y ..limr hu commonplace tliin. as f.H..I simply because I haveshi(tedn,vn.uu.l "i"- " "..f,,.. ( .... 1'1'UoMOphor, Hklllftll tilctlthlll 1.11.1 jlldi- - ninjr rod men, but our uirls 1. .....1 ndmellt f.l till-- ,.i..l l,.iv.. ...w,.l ,.- ,.1, aie never .11' ...,. i...i i.... ,,i..fii. "nbotiiidiiii' !..... u iii .. 1liirj ciou.s lluancicr in the land. Well, we charmed by the electrician or electrobi- wl,,1 "'" lmv " ,,ri,,ftwsl??" of n'v left iiH the cruel lopiey of bat- - would do the same, so that thev could " lNt. iwu-rtv., reach, as T" election hi this county Southern ladies nml gentle-Jeiis did, that larye, ouIIvIiikI1 . ,M"0IM . ,0 ,,k". .''"'' then, like .juietly, there bvinc no .listurbiuice in """'""'w' of ruin- - dam, that I'l.ails.iism, with its ilpM ami "." men -- surrounded bv the w of Athens we will start after nny ,mrt of the county. An unusually. to turn this way and unscriptural deinamN, derivtMl from the I1 ed estates-h- ad .!.,. 1.. ......n.!. ( ii iiIih. n( bread. US II "tradition nf tin, ..lil.irj " .r.n I.I tinvni- some new tiling. I'rom the best l', fcIL,u x" information we can pither, the llitneccN?ltv;with peihaps n distant eoinp.w-- . The nulim! reason whv hU ,,7 , ""V " ""''' "'.V va vte as reported to you Thumlny is "tvl,w, uc-'nitexista of the vanished lory, restoicd by nmny excell.-n- t persons well u.ntli wiv "',l l,'1 '' .?. correct, .McCienry and Kwell receivin tluireirortsjlikoaphniitomclty in the in wiU never daiken a cl.uichdoor.but ,V,rir"" T"lw tlie lm,Un'al r,,'ncfjm will ,,11 eijual number of voten in the county beckonluu' thum on to mlly to Iiiki.n. op,.nlv or strrctlv, is, it'iiitus work. I know few tlilniismoro bemuse the preachers e wionc. The true sense of the word, I mean. He is ami Harrison carrying the county by (K) or 7b majority. IKitlictic in the histoiy of that civil war. psp-- of I.uke 15 would wie them all. naturally a dictator ami a tyrant and How many of these aiistocnitic; soft-- So man can rightly iuteipret the 1st woo to the weaker one who dares to as- MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. handed, impoverished sentry Mid: "I m vol so of that chapter without having me uictmn m I am re- - biwujrht before him the essential "V They have us. IHIVr.'I,1"" not dig: to be.:l ma ashamed. ..... .1 . . . t .. in .1.. .... inn iH'iit'iB, 1... amu .. :n ..,;..... " .'u-giisiei nun uiiiio. iifini'vii wiiiu anie runups tneu 01 Heart . uoumes. sny a word 111 nienio-- i .laines Watsons new twins have And at it 11..... went, .mil kiiiii.i..l. noxj. ei nu,u of oI" fr,u,,,, " '""u" was of His day, been named Ora and Com. H. too; for the brains were therean.l the II.. .. the -. limit uv lia tuiu n .nun of ii.iioihiifi.b.ii. "fallow ground" was broken up iy tlieitcoiillng to tlie religious world" of His) ' Ircr has returned from '"""'y social, line looking, Texas ami established a broom factorv. but Nilutmv sttbsoiler- - poverty- -j time. Never mil I forgot tliat am. thatl"1 " ' lohs!ieil in mumier and genial 1... .I.d.led "111e.1t" was lesiiiKttiililu in the 'r.iH1...i.s nrl.I." Kwell carries the county by about -(sad term 1S.V) v.sin, ago, nailed mv St.-- . '" toiiiwmiiieiit, he was to all soils of 1KM), not the usual rep. majority. and the lioiiuvfuiiili. choire andweet. VU "" compan- ;w""nt'y ior to the Cro-It would .lo it again. inii-- . I from a "lionV ,w .1. Tlie Signal's rooster stands on the gene.ous he back 1L,vtI' of the Little Red Hog and crows Who cannot sv the dillVrenre. in tills tolay, fear. ! "" ' frien.lH and his hos-- 1 for MeCrcary. between blessing wrung out ifrhe weather has hevn delightful, most w nn elyuiuml honieiii Lhiroln . T. 1. Cliesnut was .brought here isf,tine, like 1. lamb from the of the tin..-- , since we mine. Urn- rtllv.lthIe '""l w,, ' ,0 ".M "'"l10 for"':' vo,,,": from Stanford by .Marshal New land Tues.ut. lies of bear, and that catastrophe, 1ms been very pl.sHlll. Nothing eouhl to he its guests In early life H.ituio.l mill hoiiI. In onler to bring a , excewl the t.ttoutlou nd henrty l,o,i- and ..... .miss ...,mil day. A He gave bondMart. was released.bitnn.l lb.. ta tvofourk nd eiiteimin... dictiofl? little girl of Owens was Shelhy, of this "f ' l Imttle! invitations from thnw. who wish to have lien m one seetion of that ten by a mad dog a few day since. She iiieremonii of the nm' was holding the dog while her brother gn.und, where "doing elllblg.HKln.aj. is eome and "hmik hiwi.V with them to lex.is I know-bu- t little of its his. was rea.s it livdn,d.eadtl dogmas are more in number than we cm 1K).si.' attempting to kill it. "r.v" '" " mv doetrine, Unit hly .espond to. ivj.iiiisi in. true The party malingers here carried out ... n .11 ' U',1 .t. .. I lr. ,.,.lli..r '.iri. fmm iiiiv,v.ir. n n,. ill,, ill.', it. to .Mr. I". M. Yowell, of thi: their agreement to use no whisky. The l... iiwiii i.ii.i fl.J itiiiiiiK ' VI'Ml Seei IIH'llli.M. v lr " ..'. the youngest daughter, Mrs. It I'1""'. , i.,.i,.ii..i.i. ul.er.. About 'n.ii.Mlav. m.nt ,,.l.l.lv Vnn . . HUM II'MWI liwin v ,. ... ...." .... .1 . bobere.st crowd that ever gathered on t. ii 'pi..,,,,,,.,,,, have con Cra.l.lock's invitation. I have ' . '' ..11 II.I..ii.. If ... 1. . election day was the result. Satan has strew oil nml fattened the it liniii "case, i.e nn.i ". Cy Carpenter, of this county, has git. Mild with human blood nml bones. seen the tit..- - when siicii a document in'i'ii ior some time in a leelile condition. had in bis family at tlie name time eight llrst is a hideous slander against the would have lepolled me. inn drawn by He Hucnied The to be in expectation of nn I athorhood of Hod. cases of typhoid fever. Two deaths reThe last i.s "pail of it now. I must be "growing in grace." early departure and to be preparing That "ancient inarinoi" will, liim-ol- f, be His ways." .calmly for the event. On the inornlin: sulted and six are yet veiy low. gloiious timo at Mt heaitlly asluuiiod of it, beue the inept-- 1 of Champ MulliiiB, of Crooked Creek, We have biul his death his wife, at his request, read ... 11.... MM... .... ....I., i.w iwitirl .iw.ilwi, mi,, nn. is iivnr mm it will In. , Inrii fell from his stable loft and dislocated it I S tn him lr.,n lli.. ltilil.. 11. 1." rtf...H .. It.... shall, magnanimously, "forgive shoulder. been too small, again and again, to hold' And vkfM he lay down, sa.ung he would n ugly and silly hoax iu the shape thecn.wds. Ah I kiw shoals of people! and forget." I am sure sum Jones i..,,.,....,, ... ()f n .j,j.cini fmm ixington was sent lust night, unable .lerrateil tlie olonol w lion he said, in his le i ing the court-yarw",0, " struggle, I.e passed t,t. tfVt,lInB vh . ,m.,ers 8tatill; tlmt F to tlnd even Htnndlng nKim, it made my slashing way. that "christians like him hl"."' , l'r; I eouhlwani'lyrefniiiifnim weie not wnith lOientsn doen." That """' w ,VPt 1.. Cliilbrd and a number of nrobiiucnt In .irt ache. hope stopping them on the stieet and wij ing: was grossly unjust, I think; and democrats were killed and others wounMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. "Hon't go nwav, please; I'll try and Hud one good meeting will s boom the wot- ded. Other papers wired here for paris tilled an thy editor's religion that he will, hence-- ' ticular. Fi iends to the parties reported mhi a place." The house . ..'.. um1:i1, i.i ' ' i,..r before the time to begin. Nobody fo.th, abjure the nice track, cultivatotho f() ,?V 1 killed were greatly exeicised over the ,,w " can iHTniimlo me that those human souls christian virtues, and die at ,, good old '. report until it Ans found t be a hoax, it was an uncalled for piece of "oinait- "" Sn:: ;:. !..! they were ness." . -.:.::: . ........... ,.,,.rr:.i ,. .i.i., ,. . C. W. Adams went to Kansas Citv " f-- i e.w.,.. ' in niHiciiuu l4MII fl IIVIII, St I (Sfttiltl wish, owing, 1...W. and Nothing Klse is beginning to main v, ... have been received to Thllixlav. MiS Susie Hi OW'll and sister. 1...1....: ,.," ... CSt xit.nite on chords that wiH not ceaso to toliis'ViivimiiiiieiitV but lam not wth- .- ,1... ,i..,.i.i niairiaL'i! of he . of .Mrs. Ocorgia Iliee, returned flOIII c iispoiiil to the sound of thodear Master's Miss Lou John- .. 1.1..1. .. :n Virginia Wednesday. Mr 111.I Mi-- 1? I. c, ,,.., , and the toucli of His gentlo hand, of continuous go.sj.el may give him the' w. ,., ...-.-; ... son, who has been visiting this and ..iit. v4 diired impetus. 11II1 its tiiii knL fiir saniiiie county, on x, loth. v uttii. 11.' tiur Knox counties, returned to Columbia, t! "Frx cilttu iti the Miss Katie rooHU" "you OHIl't get ill! the salt (Hit of II pick-- I W'll I.arlhr.Uth rapturous llos-.- a ninny T. T. Covington and Miss Mo., her home, Thursday. Mrs. J. W. vaulted sky n at one wxiklng." And Nath that will one day ploico the Hiown went to l.ouisvilloThursday with Delia 1!. K. Turley. iniirlit v.rislit." We all need "line with Its redumption song. I havo n her little nephew to have him treated Mr. Oilos Saundeis, a widow ar of SO hijjher ambition than tobearKomu bum upon line; hue iijhhi line; precept upon for n paralysed leg. blesswl piwejit; pieeept upon precept; here a lit- vein's, iiuti Mrs. Kittie (ioggiu, a widow ble share in bringing nliout this of 15, were uuiriietl at Mrs. Hoggin's, tle; there little," before wo begin to Qucklcn's Arnica Salve. t 'isiimmation. neiii Kit ka ille, Miiulay afternoon. Mis. Thu best sale in the world tor ruts, bruise iid htivo lived through too many near the divine sttunlrird. Miuguin is a daughter of s tit rheum, r. ilutions of opinions not to know that Ker in .Iimw, tiw. O. IJaiimss. late of Cntb Orehard, andimon Iliggins, wires, ulcers,chilblains, feer si res, teller, chapis a relatie of ped Hands, cortuj.'und all skin imp now oppose me tb wry mlntatcrs who tions, and posituely cures piles, or no pay reMr. W. II. HiKgins, of this i.l.uv. Lincoln County Teachers' Association, will, iiisonio form or other, ho preaching quired. It is Kuartntcod to give perfect satisfacl'logrtimmo tif the Lincoln County tion or money refunded Price 15 cents pr box. in whole, or in jwit, whht am now proCHURCH AFFAIRS. 'renchi'm' AuMieiation, to be held at Mc- For alu by A R Penny, Stanford, K UllllL.'. t IMS. elurgj' arc only tiviDiwor- Wnney, Nov 2.". im.l 'J, Kiidny night fter till, the My ineetint; closed tit Holilam'hMill Is Consumplion Incurable ? . visiiso tbnuem'V. I nsvorilittum and Sntuuluv until noon. j with 3 confessions. J. U. Livingston. Itcad the following Mr C II. Moirfss, New- K'HIinX ic KMN-Kliler W. C. Tlmip clossed a revival ark, Ark, tl .1 I am anything but that. "My gos-"Was down with AUsctsu of 1. Opening Addivtix, Itev. .1, A. llogle. is only what has bwn foreod ujion 'at (iniaiy ."springs Christiuu cltureh, in the I.migs, and frlctuU and physicians pronoHtic- i. liospniifie, Itev. Davidson j ou i ine an Incurable lonsumptl. llap;iin suw, Wooilfnnl, with is additions. mi bv lmpeiloun eireunistnnees. :i, ImoiiiIhI (Jualillcutioiis of a 'lVmrh- l)r King's X'utv Disco er) for Cnnumitlon, the triumnh of Iimorwillfaui, this slm-- ! A full atton.liince of the ineniboi- -' in ion now im my third Iwjttle 11ml able tooiursc-- the ", M l'minio Wrijjht. "dofondei's of pic fmt. that thoso-cnllebhi U requestod at the llaptist chinch worko.imyfur.il. His the finest medicine uer I. How to Teaeh Unguiiga to Young el iihtu.nitv" weic fighting u liopelisl meeting Sntui day afternoon nml nlso at made'' Jue Mlddlv.irt, Ducntur, Ohio, sas: I. ittle, on the ground they occupied; nn.1 Iiiiil. Jlw. Mollie Dminy the berviccs Sunday, at which time Kov. "Had It not ben (or l)r King's New Dlsctnery .. 1 lie .now niiit uiii, .nibs for Consumption I would luiu died of Limp .ior--i Mr. IMake s. I was obliged to look about for more will preach. Am now Troubles Was gn en up 1) doctor (.Tod, I soon gan. di b nsiblo positions. Thank The meeting nt tlie Prcsby tei ian In tliu last of health " Sample bottles free at ft. Wliv aie Teacheis as Hulo Con-- 1 found them, as nil may do, who seek chinch closed with 12 additions. Mr. A It Pi urn's drug store wlth bumble, teachable souls. If I yield- sidoie.l u "Necessary Nuisance" iu a Helm has decided to accept the unaniElectric Bitters. Community? Mr. W. F. McCIary. ed tj conviction, iu this matter, in 'I his remedy lieco Mini; o mil known md so mous call to tin- pastoraU here, but will SUTItllV MOIIM.WI. somewhat, of my brethren, I take not pieach Minday, oil which day he popular as to nuil tin spccl ii mention. Alluho 1. How May Teaching be Mads' Pleas-" no special credit for that. My haoied Klcctrlc IlltUrs Iiik' the sumo soni; of goes to Paint Lick. pralsu A purer medicine doe not exist and it U were helpful in taking such n lint? Miss Kva Bradley. guaranteed to do all tint N il limed Klectrlc J. Dillerenco Between Klomitlon and hainperedasthey Htc p, and if I hud been Magistrate "Madam, your husband Hitters will cure all diseases of the I.her and were, and aie, by "surroundings," I per- Heading, Mrs. Hover. wilt rcmoo Pimples, Dolls, halt Ithcuin mid Madam !!. Manual Kducation of Women, Miss charges you with assault," nffvitioiis caused b impure blond. Wilt haps should have "Yes, your Honoi; I asked him if lie other Malarii from the Morgan. drlc stcm and uresent as M.mKt red shivering on the brink For cure of And feared to l.uuuli nwaj " 4. Advantage to be peri veil From the would ever cease to low me, and he was well as cure all Malarial I'"crr so slow in answering that I hit him with Headache, Constipation and Indigestion lr) Electhey do. We nro all slaves, more or Study of Physiology, Miss Ciow. as gauranteed I try to ;t. How to wrailiii('ountySeliool,Mrs. a mop. I'm only a woman, your Hon- tric Hitlers. Kntire; satisfaction $1, per bottle or less, to our "environments." a and monev refunded. Price or, (teaisi and a woman's life without A It l'enm's drugstore.50c charity. think of this and cultivate Denny. And, ho, there is a aoitjxwi of truth iu tl. What will the Plan of Teaching bo love is a more blight." Are you made miserable by Indigestion, Contti what my old friend Col. Tom Turner, of Ten Yenis Hence? Piof. Niles. pition, Dlrziness, Loss of Appetite, Yellow Skin? Syrup of Figs Muss Kditii Moicoa.v, 1 this city, says, when ho jocularly iilllrins Shiloh's Vitallier is poitie cure. McKoberts Com. Mus. M01.1.11: Du.nny, tlmt ho "converted" me. Ho bad lislinro Is Nature's own truo laxative. It is the V Stagg, Stanford, Ky. ; Crow Ar Co , McKinney J Piiof. Nilks. in it, I do not doubt. HeJng old Meximost easily taken, and tbo most offoctivo Ky. ; r.. W.Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky can fellow soldiers, and intimato friends remedy known to Cleanso tho System The Rev Ceo II Thayer, of Iltnirbon, Ind. The Only Perfect Remedy lips to of many years, when I first camo to Mt. when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Head- says! "Hothmjself and wife owe Sterling to preach, 1 naturally desired to For habitual constipation, dyspepsia, and aches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habit- Shiloh's Consumption Cur- McKoberts A' Stagg convert him to the Presbyterian faith. kindred ills is tho famous California liquid ual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. Stanford, Ky.; Crow A Co. McKiiinc), K).; I., W lone. Crab Orchard. K) Many were tho earnest talks wo hnd nml fruit remedy. Syrup of Figs. It strength- Manufactured only by tho California Fig things: 1st, that ens as well as cleanses tho system, it is Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal, I soon found out two C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Presbyterian theology (in which ho was easily takon, and perfectly harmloss. For salo by A. It. Penny, Stanford. Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, perfectly posted) would never toucli his For salo by A. 11. Penny, Stanford. 'Jd, that every time wo got to case. And STANFORD, KY. SIiIIqIi's Catarrh Hcuicdy, n positive cure for Why ill) 011 cough when Nhl'oh's Cure will arguing tho subject ho worsted me, till Catarrh, DyphtheriaandCjiiker-Mouth- . Mcltob give immediate relief f Price 10c, 50c and $1.00. I got to he, in no small measure, asham- erts .V Stanford, Ky. ; Crow .V Co., McKiu-ne- McKoberti.tStagg, Stanford, Ky., Crow A Co. Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished at 30 Ky.; E. W. Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky. McKinney, Ky.; K. W. Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky factory prices. ed of my own theological positions. tind-honore- d - iiiuii-itriiiiu- STANFORD, , '" Je vl," '". i "-'- fI . ; -- ... 2 Oilier on I.ancater utrcel, in room ttcently by I)r V. I! l'cnnj tl,l-'i- r In-- 1 COTTAGE FOR RENT! M) cotuze on Upper Main street, Stanford, next to W II Ilig'iiu' remleiiLe Alio the iloor, now occupied by Mr. J I D.mi any tine and tn tolir.t named sivenat latter on 5o nth. mksj. iiolmks Danville, Ky 7Jtf , 1 . .i:. .... i.orni: i , i usl '"'"' '' J. 11 Hlt-T- R DAVK HXX.TO 3NT & 30 A1TXS URALERt N . - in r..-.l- ... ! i. .1-1- General merchandise, ROWLAND, KV, e pa-s- ed 1 ' POWDER Absolutely Pure. ot purity' strength and wholetotneness More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight alum or pho.ph.u? powders Sold only in - HaM'juit opened anew stock of Men's and Hoys' Clothing, Hat., Caps, Hoots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions and I amity Groceries Also dealers in Coal Country produce taken in exchange for goods at highest market price Come one, come all, and learn the advantages in trade io-6- seiiii-olli- ' ' d Tim powder never xaries. A marvel .1 m vM J .sA ssssl P!r XIOM UCDDlir - 111 cans. Royal IUkino Powder Co., 106 Wall j l Street, New York f J 1 1 1 "-- ..' , 1 1 , .... '"' -- ' ' "mcli-herctic- " , icii-lmrt- l render the most stubbornly red skin toft, emooth and Thorp came to my farm about the middlcof Sep-- , white. Viola Cream 13 Hot a paint or tembir 7 mountain ewes, which the owner can get powder to cover defects, but remedy to cure by pa, Ing for gnu.n and l.r th.j. nrtlc preparatfon8 an J o t fa is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At drug- Crab Orchard, K 76 nn gists or mailed for 50 cents. Prepared by ' ESTRA1 pies, Tan. iiVed los, '.Tcoi.a -Black-Hoads, VJ?S V.WrifIl W5 . e fWlOLACREAM npIIIpieparation.witliout injiiry.rcmovcsPreck- Liver-Mole- s, Pim-- I A few applications will Sunburn and 0r A-- in-..- .. M.-r- n 1 .;.." -- ,l'lll-"'1- J? WXV s9XXOjl. For Salt at TOLKBO, OHIO. ' x s. 1 ' "'; Iliiiit House and 25 Acres Land Two miles South ot Stanford on Xeal's Creek W, CRAIG. Address me at Carlisle, K McH''"" s'se'.. word, Ky Jli-Biiiit- l. THE FLORENCE tllu-rutl- on. - 1 11 '"vh rit . '" ':m fniui-,f...e- 1 M 1 .... -- ... 1 11 .... -- - . T' 1. I , -- , """ 1 ,'"'" "" . , 1 1 1 11 i I 1 ,,.; ', """""'" d j 1 :r rar ::r::n:t ." .:. If .... rn r s ftn-uiiili- "7 JZ, 'y I have bought the right to sell the Florence Washing Machine and am now prepared o furnish all who may vih to save their clothes from the rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of Hotel is still maintainThisotd and ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe- washing. Take one and try it and be convinced. I'll not worry you about bujing unless ouarc fulcial attention to the tra cling public ly satisfied a. to its merits. M. V NEWCOMB, Prop., The undersigned have purchased the Florence . Mt Vernon, Ky. Washing macnine ana niter a thorough trial, v.e S3 ti take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, and without hesitation pronounce it a success in T Ti every particular, doing all that is claimed for it. , Wm Daugherty. J W. Wallace, Dr. Itoui rne. Mrs.S P Sailer, A. C. Sine, Hill Perkins, Lewis Dudderar. J. K. I. vnn. L. L. Dawson. C. Vanov. STANFORD, KY. Mrs. Amanda Peak, George Pcvton, Alex C. C Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, H. (Mike on Lancaster Street, opposite E. Harrow, A M. Fcland and many others M.F. ELKIN. Ha ing remosed to this place from Llbcrtv, to Headquarters at S. S Mjers' store. practice his profession, calls the attention ol the pub lie to the fact that lie v ill be rend) nt all hours day or night lo answer call in town or countr). Thirty ) ears of bis lite were spent in Stanford aiid he deems it unnecessarv to speak ol his ability .is aph)sician inn. surijeon A share nt the patron- age of the people ofttinford and c nil) is.isked TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. by him 55tf " Having recently enuinued a fine Roller Mill lm the town of Stanford that I f equal in quality of flour, ste we defy any Mill tool think the citizens the county shoulil nae county pride enough re h 5 .'v?' I ha e purchased the lumber yards of Messrs. George DWearen and I M llrule and will open 'i wl?,f a '".. th.c '"1 "h,D, abigyarda, the one purchased of Mr or cTfo?",!: some new machinery to our corn meal a large line of window sashes, doors and shingles, have added ana can now any make meal laths, posts atid the picket fence former)) sold by department cannot be equalled by any to suit mill It person other S G HOCKKK Mr. Wearcn. u tyr .11 this vicinity We solicit a trial in our flour and meal departmeut All nawng grain in our line for sale will please ciil at the Mill, where our A New Livery, Feed and Sib agent will be found at all times, who will give the best prices for same. Ilran and shlnstuff always in stock W. N POTTS, I hae purhaed the lrkk Stable en Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co 33 tf NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. WASHING MACHINE MT. VERNON, KY. Ar'l?nUT?T,Q 0T4 Ill ItU-DliltilO- ill. U., se Holt-cla- Court-Hou- btotxce t JXVrkS LTTMBER, TTAHID ,0.. ' J" ITnmftZlTX Sift! ...--. Depot Street, Stanford, Formerly occupied 1) J E llrm-e- . but more re- I cently b) John 1! Ca.pcnter lue p.it the Ma- Me in thorough repair and am furnishing ituitli f"a of a" u,,u,,i' ,l brard - M daii-'bter- s j 1 , 'v:, '. 111 .' - ,,.'..,. NewStOCk ofFirst-OlassBuggie- Surreys, &c, j H And am prepared m accommodate all vho mar (live me .1 truf la or me with tniir patronage f J x. mexufeu 66-t- '() ouisviiit,NfiU8m ;"' A NEW FAST MAIL Chicaso Hi Leaving Doth LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI pb. ii 11 1 8 Favorite ot tho Dail), Secures to Travelers, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Kver attemnie J between the great commercial cities on the Onio River and Chicago, and hence the fittest lime and most comfaruhle trains all points in th- South, or to the Wast and Northwest. The counterpart of this train en all trunk hues is denominated The Limited Kzpress '1 he superb rolling stock we employ gives patrons - MeilUine for Throat nml bung Diill-- 1 nllii'S bus Jong been, and still ii, A it's I I - v hu-i- 1 . I 1 tK-in- I e d j j 11 001131.1115 nml iiiilucea SIuop. Tl.oro Is no other preparation for of the throat and lungs to bo compared with this remedy. "My wlfn had n distressing rough, with pubis in tho sl.lo nnd breast. Wo tj t but 110110 did various mi'ilk-iuus- , hor nny good until I got a Iwttlo of Ayor's Chorry Pectoral, which lias cured her. A uolghlioiv Irs. Uluiin, had the ineaslos, anil tl.o cough was relieved by tho ttso of Ayor's Chorry Pectoral. I havo no hesitation in recommending this dis-.'.is- Larynx and Fiiuccs; strengthens tho Vocal Organs; allajs surenuss of tho Lungs; proNoiits Const. 11. ptlon, anil, oven in advanced stagos of that itbuasu, Asthnm; soothes irritation I.cr.y 1'ertor.il. It cures Croup, 'Whooping Cough, I5roi.cl.itls, ami wyAt all Coupon Ticket Offliss. It. the South you will find our time talilas and tlckutl, Say get Modon and stick to Motion, it you to save raont) and have a pleasant joumev. It 0. MeCOKMICK Cenunl Pissengcr Agent, Chiraj Citv Ticket Agents and Officers: I. M. IIucknkk, jij iih Ave., Louis ille, Ky ii. A.ToKkENce, no Vine st , Cincinnati, Ohio Unlimited Comfort. Mo-no- n, If . M ". &w A. I XV OJ s LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAJLttOAD. 1 e, - 11 Cough Medicine to every 0110 allllctcd." Robert Norton, Foreman JfetuUtyht, Jlorrillton, Ark. " I havo been nillictnd with asthma for forty j ears. Last spring I was takon with a violent cough, which threatened to terinhinto my Iu.s. Kioryono pro-11it. cud 1110 Iu coiisiiiiintlon, 1 deter-niiiti'- tl to try A.M'r's Cncrry l'cctornl. ItsnlWts were magical. I was inunedl-uti-I- v i.tllcM-- and couilniied to Imtirovo iiMtll. .ntiruly recovered. " JoolUulIard, (iiiiir.ird, Conn. " f!l"c inoiiths ngo I had a sovero of tl.o lungs, brought on by an liic.iss.uit cough which deprived mo of sleep mil rest." I tried arioin remedies, but olit. lined no relief until I began to talie Ayer's Chorry lVctornl. A few bottles of this meilielno cured me." Mrs. 1C. Colniru, 111 Second St., Lowell, Mass. Tor children nfllletod with colds, toughs, sure thioat, or croui), I do not Know of any remedy which will glvo more specdv relief than Ayor's Cherry 1'rctoritl. t luiii' f.iMii.l It, also, invaluable iu etisi". if A hooping Cough." Washington atreot, Ann 0. hem-orrlii- he (ireat "cireuin-Htanees- 1 THROUGH TRUNK LINE. To The I Kid-ne- SOUTH & WEST With i:i Louisville To Nashville, Memphis, Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. Only one hange to points in A V 0111 - Jlo.ltUII, M.lss. Jo'J.. 'i" Ayer's Olserry Pectoral, l'Uitt'Aur.n nv Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowoll, Mass. fold b) nil Pr'Jsls.s, Price $1 ; six bottles, fi. ARKANSAS .lc & TEXAS. e EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on the lineofthis road Special rates, iTSce agents 01 this Company for r.tcs,;routcs or write to C. P. ATMOUK. . Stag-g- r, 0. P. & T. A., I.oulillli(,Ky c-- - 0 ZX'.fAUujfr&irtfK: xttvti22$s&am ii i mmiijim T- - I Ji ' r'-i'- f r' "Xu" "!"t""(tfl" ""rr ? ' "7"ffm ip mn ut 'yfqy '' WW "'T" Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Ky., NovnMiiKH 9. 18SS Maine gives Mlfe 1 If r ft base and gone republican. Allow inn Shelby 2.), Spencer UK), Mercer 150, that Queens anil Uiebuiotul counties Jessamine 217, Madison :l.0. have sustained themselves, Cleveland le8. Hailem Bridge with o.lKW short of her last and Thurninn go Ohio falls about UNION SOLDIERS DEGRADED. republican majority, but it U still enough, a plurality of about 71,"00. In 1SS4 Tin-HHundred Vnlrriuit I)lriHiu liNivl Bridge with IW.UH. Maine came to the 18,000. til Nrw Yolk Mittf-ll- i" ltt'iiilitlrtiii AND says: Kditorially the Courier-Journ- al by about Arkansas gics democratic Dclllicnilrl.t Timk the It.illot from In- I mm) I tit t It mult", of llm So diem' it t The-- dcnuviutic party is intact. It has L'0,000, mill llnimlfil Tlii'in lis raiiuirs A IIiikIi Wo Invite Attention to our Complete and Carefully Solocted 11111111 Nebraska continues in lepublican lino survived disasters untoward; and this is Miii'lln I'm- llliitt from Commit. not untowaid. It is simply the personal ff.iliii ami I'liii'llff. by L'.j.OOO. Stock of AsspniUlvinuaJoha Mai tin has Issucil a ' "tIii". prohibition vote was liclit all over defeat of the President in his own State. circular, sayi tlio New Vorlt H'wW, cxikm- Tlie true democrats of the country have i:ig the Itenulihcaiis for ilisftiuichisliig lio v W - the country. r. '"Vl South Carolina gives her iiMtul demo-crati- c no reason to entertain any o'ther feeling l.'MU Union vutontim of the KDUliurV Ilumoiit than that they have made and lost n Il.vtli anil plaeing tlietu on tlu situie level as majority. P'Uipovs lleif is what Mr Marlln suys: Hampshire gives her usual demo-eniti- c great light because they lacked a great New "At this time, when Republican writers qualities that und orators at o cliiliiilnx for thuir imrty u leader, who lacked those majority. &c. Cud's, Rhode Island coinnlete eives Harrison better suit a demagogue and a courtier ninuoK)ly of dive mill care for the veteran than a President of the United States. mid uccufliii; tho Denioer.itie party of 1111 :i,10t majority. titter lack of imtrlotlsm und euro for the v Harrison's plurality in Iowa will piob-nbl- We write these lines painfully, but rylits of tfw soldier, It Is well to IikiIc ami thoughtfully and intelligently, and we see how their pracMcci sipiare with their reacli :50,000. Colorado has gone republican by 12,-- j shall hold gurselves prepared to make professions: "The gratitude of the Nation to the dethem good in tho sequel. (XX). A decrease. fenders of tho Union can not bo measured I ela ware goes for Cleveland ami elects I by laws The legislation of Congress sliouli! , Tun prohibition element in the county con form to tho pledges luade by 11 loyal h.hv a democratic legislature. deserves to bo heartily congratulated on pie, und bo ho enlarged und extended us to The democratic majority in Texas is its display of good sense in this election. provide apilust the iwssltillit.v that any mini Who somewhere near 100,000. ge.v. HAnmso.v. to' Minll honorably wore the Keilcr.il uniform A large majority of them returned become 1111 liunate of an Florida gives Cleveland ami the .State their flit love and only dependence, the "The nbove iiuotatlou Is from tho Ropub-- j ' ticket n uinjnritv of about 1,000. democratic party, and refused to throw hcan National platform, und Is tho dfttclal In Missouri Cleveland hns a majority art v How much their votes awnv on Nooe and thus assist declaration of the following facts will niucerIty It contains the show: of :W,000 and Francis for governor 14,000. sensilepublicans. It was the only " In lsT4 the nioiuborsof the Oriiud Army Tennessee fleets a democratic govern. the fact that so ma- of the Republic of the State of New York, the usual major- - ble view to take and the or and gives Cleveland ny took it shows that reason and not muling It ttuK)smble to Individually care for Mty. those of their cotnr.uls whom the vlcissl still holds sway. Gen- tnilcs of war und advancing age have renConnecticut remains true to Cleve blind prejudice tlemen, ue salute you and promise to be dered helpless, formulated a plan for the Comprising Extensivo linos of Newest and most Fashionablo Ladies i rewith you in every reasonable light for rstubliiimeiit of u soldiers' home at ll.itli, Shoes, Gents Boots and Shoes, Children and Baby Shoes, Rubbers, IS EVERY HOPE OF DEM- land, but the majority even there duced. .Steuben County My fairs, cutertaliiuietitH the suppression of a great evil. , tlio Overshoes, Etc. Men's ubbe r's at 25c, Ladies' do. 25, MiBses' 25. and various mrtln.U of President Cleveland carried his own OCRATIC SUCCESS. necessary aiaoutit was raised, and In lsitt waid in Hull'alo by a majority of ill!), a has again demonstra the work was commenced In JsTS llndlng Gov. MiCnr.vnv gain of 43. ted the strong hold he has upon the poo that tho cost of eouitimeut mid main ! The result in West Virginia is some- - tilnnf tliUftistrii.l. i lio ihdivht In linnnr teililueo was moiv than they isjlllil lieur, un ' ,. agreement was entered Into with the Hlute 1.1 . 1 ai vuv HfirrlSOIl CarriCS IHS OWIl what in doubt,' but it hits likelv none 11 iiiiiii"si. nil liiiiiiiMi- - 111111 rsj ........it tu at which the Grand Army of tho Republic w democratic. you RESPECTABLE Coods Choapor. Wo man, one who has been trieil many surrendered Its property and tho State No ono Minnesota goes republican both in the times and never found wanting. His Kur.intcttl tho iiiuiiitcnuuccof tho InstituIf you find nnyono willing moot Tho Homo wiu national and gubernatorial contests by majority in the di.trict is over L000, tion (ohajitor tS, laws in NEARLY Cood. opened Deccmtier 'Si, lsTs., uud the sick ami about 28,000. even in the piesidential year when ev- disabled found a home and content, if not ' elects Fifer governor over Gen. erybody goes to the poll. The Little hiippiui'ss. eujoj uig nil iho rights of citizen.Votes In Illinois And He Has rainier by 8,000 and gives Harrison 11),- - Red Hog can now go rooting around for ship whlcii they hud so dearb earned, uud College. to aid them iu no doing the county authori000 plurality. a guager's place. ties, In lssii, made the Rntne a seiwrato Viewed from niu- standpoint. Nothing belter can ho had. Now you know North Carolina slightly increased her election district (No. A) of the town of Hath. usHiidthe iiin:lB, for wo have told you tho Tituru without iniBrejire. A i.ooi) many newspapers, notably the democratic majority, which was over 'Rvery thing ran ulong smoothly uutil the eentntion Lebanon Standard, prepared for its re- election of lss.y In that jear one of tho Probabity that We Have l03t tho 18,000 in 1SS4. governors of the Home lccame tho RepubAlabama gives Cleveland 00,000 major- port of the great democratic victory by' House of Representatives, too. lican candidate for tJ.ivornor of the Htute. ity and sands a solid democratic delega- - filling their ofllces full of roosturs. As Ho vvu heartily disliked bv tho veterans tion to Congress. they cost money it wouldn't do to not use utul, ns u result of Ins unpopularity, the illv ICcKpcctfully, j " majority for In Democratic op- Louisiana elects nil democratic Con them at all, so they put them in upidf trii;t HMIUUL. ALL AliOUXI) gressmen but one and gives Cleveland down. A HKfitlLAR WATKHLOO The Lpuisville Times had pre"Now murk tlio At the town n over r.0,000 majority. cut o mcctliiK in Kelirit'ir.r, isv), u iiuiti mimed pared a haydsotne tool It is settled that Harrison lias been Mississippi maintains her democratic Cleveland and Tburman and used it un- Silvey, 11 vvilliiur town, of the w.ih selecti'il who, unimiKcrH of the elected president of the United States majority of 18S4 and keeps tho Congress- der the head line, "As it Should He." uion IjoImk' chnllctiKcd, tOgneil n prepared and that after tho 4th of March nuvt he ional delegation ns before. statement so woriliil us to bring liuii within Tiik election of Caritth by !5,14S shows tlio oiK'nition of article -- , sectiuii .'I, of the will rattle around liko a dried pea in a California endorses Harrison's Chipod trying to (ill the place of tho great- nese record by about 10,000 over Cleve- that the Commercial's tactics are not ap Statu Constitution, which prohltMls pjiierH proved in the th district, and that 11 few from voting This Htiitenifiit w.h preoiiti-est man the age has produced. It is a land, the white man's friend. to the courts without any notice to thoie Insad commentary on the times, but if the Harrison carried his own State, I mil. printers, who wanted Mr. Hahleman to terested anil ruilro 11I1M to a decision. From to them this time tho veterans were nut allowed to country can stand such a thing vvu sup- ana, by about 0,000 plurality, and it took turn over the Courier-Journand allow him less show than a jioorbov vote, utul those who attempted todo o were assigned S 100,000 of irood money to do it. pose we can. Three causes are indicted and are now uwuitlug trial for the loss of Now York: "Hrst, mis This dispat-- yesterday gave the boys at a com shucking in the management of thu 'Such 1 his own property, cannot run things opening wa the condition of affairs at the iiianaL'einent on tho Dart of the National meat lmne: Reasonable doubt of elec- of Inst session of tho Htute isstill Li'gisluturo. On January 1'J, lwj, (Jovornor down there. The Courier-JournConmittce; second, the factional lights tion of republican presidential ticket Hill, over watchful of the welfare or tlm And greed for patronage in New 1 ork Cleveland's majority in (Seorgin will on top and is destined to feUiy there. poor nud helpless, ly special message A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. county; and third, the lack of any love not be less than 4"),0tX). The Congresthese facts and usl.cd tiiat imI.v the event that the republicans have for the presidential candidate upon the sional delegation is solidly democratic. mediate attention be mvon to remedial legcarried the day, Hen. Bradley will ride a part of the democrats." The lirst reason Kansas gives Harrison a majority of big horse. We haven't a doubt that he islation. An effort was made to smother tho message by refeieucu to the Judiciary applies alike to the vv hole country. The 70,000 over Cleveland and elects a solid is solely and entirely the cause of the Committee. To avoid this a motion was DtftniK-ratimanagement of the party adairs was in delegatior, witli tho exception of three tiuido by lender that the democratic defeat. The only thought committee the report within ten days, anil on the bands of a lot of idiots if by their members. that ever seems to have grossed the gen- this the party Hues were drown, the ltcpub - Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened m the house formerly occuniod bv works they are to be judged. The republicans claim the House of eral's alleged mind is that he is a gieat Henna voting to bury the subject One huu- i fcust-yeHut it is useless to try to explain the Itopresentatives by a good working maBakery, Restaurant and us, or Mr- - Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s man, and he is right, too. We bear' dred und thirteen votes were ( uopubitcnns ; nays, in t Democrats)- .- California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everv- result. Wo are beaten and beaten badly jority and the claim seems to be well cheerful testimony to the fact. t Assembly Journal, January U Isas, i. aTi and our only recourse is to pick our founded. their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of Then commenced .1 ru....i..g tho thmS Hints and come again. gain a Congressman in PhilDemocrats Ik (i rover Cleveland, one of tho bo.st, Democrats iigiithiK for legisiiiiion, the ite- - Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals scrvod at any hour. adelphia. The majot ity for Harrison in truest, most patriotic ami honest man publicans ugaliiHt it, until February (Special I)ituich totlic Interior Journal.) the State is given at 50.000, :!0,000 loss that vnr rtit in the White House, is .h.. when two reports vvero submitted by the I.0UISVH.1.K, Nov. S, 1 r. m. Harrison than Blaine received. committee (Assembly documents ft-.- i feated.it is a national calamity ...j it ,. Uoiwbllt.an iro,Altu.ii was tosubmita is certainly elected. Ho carries Now In .Maryland the Sun gives its ollicial will be so recognized inside of a year. It that could not Respectfully, R. ZIMMER, York, Indiana and California also. We figures for tho entire State as follows: looks very much likea people w ho would constitutional utnuiidment The Democratic roach the people until IVJl. cannot win. Still think wo liavo nine Cleveland lOd.tHiO; Harrison lOO.USl; Fisk u Wholesale and Rotail. " retire sucli a mnii are unworthy of the liillcloilniiigthe ,h? Vl""c,Jlu.,, lw,Vaso (As- Congressmen in Kentucky, having lost 4,8(11. Cleveland's plurality S,."U0. right of siillrago and that our form ofJ umidy bill, p r,Vi). 1'endmg iiction on tho the 10th and 11th districts. Tariff reform takes in Texas. Hogor election is a failure. amendment tho Democrat nccoptcd the W. P. Kmkusox, J. Mills, the author of the bill which Republican prciMBiticn and demanded a vole Louisville Times. passed the House, was Telegraph Kditor, over Ic llnrrisoii.j who is u weak man eom- -' en theirs "This brought the issue Hcpmivly down to Tub election news that came Tuesday his prohibition and republican oppo- - ' paratively, is elected president, Maine tho uuohUoii whether the Soldiers' Homo ... . .. . ny i,vw. will Do tlie power iieinnu tne tiironotimi Hhould b- declared nil 'almshouse' mid its niirlit. while not ns favorable as it nimlit 'H'Hts have been, was not regarded by demo- - ' New Jersey is saved by betvveuu 0,000 virtually thO president, and it lias been muiutes deprived of the Iright to vote. Un Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, d 7,000 for Cleveland, and both Hoits-JMi- d uf him, "It is true of Maine, a of this question thuio were lit votes cast, M crutshereus seriously against us, but Republicans obeying tho party lasli and ' the best assortment ve have ever had, embracing over when the followiii" was received and vi have been carried for tlio first time ' no other man, that while all honest men voting for disfruucliineiit, W Democrats sent out in an extra the democratic heart " doen years. ThN insures the return are not bis enemies, all dishonest public votititf to give the veteran manhood siitTrngu (Assembly Journal, Anril III, ltos.p. ,(Csi. S. Senate. men have been his friends. fell and most everybody gave up hope: of a democrat to the "Soldiorsof the Union! Tins Is no politis of Virginia heard About A.v exchange says "A lawyer in I'tica, cal buncombe. Tho facts as presented can Nkw Youk, Nov. 7th, 10 .v. t. At 7 from show heavy democratic losses, but not lo controverted. The records cf tho N. Y., who cleared a criminal that he Legislature prove them. What, then, are Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the bettor o'clock thismorningtlie New York World at democratic headquarters the State isi concedes tho election of Harrison and considered safe for Cleveland by about knew was guilty, has becomo so con- we to think of a party which solicits our grades, and includes somo of the very best vehicles made for tho and says that the republicans will control 4,000. Duniocrats claim a gain of two science stricken over tlio fact us to twice suffrage with fair words our brands the d !..!.!.. II .I.S.. ,hu iiiw Homo wo buvo built with Al.. uiieiiipi. Niiiciuc. the next House of ItepiescnUUives by Congressmen. iw iiiiu. dollars as an 'almshouse' uud degrades its trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. vers ri'imril it. iim 11 fi'iither in their en us Inmates to tho level of the puuiier, the Idiot -- from (I to 8 majority. o " clear, no matter how and tho criminal! Tlio latest returns from New York You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. to get a criminal Newspapers, with but few exceptions, show that Harrison carried the State by guilty he is. "The cry comes up to us from our maimed concede New York to Harrison. Con- 11,101, wliilo the deiliociatic candidate and crippled comrades to enter our protest 3D. necticut claimed by both parties. New for governor, Hill, is reelected by IS.P.VJ. against tho nets of those who, to gain u sup- of-- ( Ik Harrison is elected democratic 1K)sed petty political advantage, have Jerj-edemocratic. Indiana This shows how Cleveland was butcherprobably MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. holders will have to walk the plank prlved them or tho highest und holiest light doubtful. ed in the house of his friends. "f American manhood, 11 right earned In in short Older. There will not boudem-- ' Harrison's election to tho presidency every battlc-llcl. from (Icttysburg to. tho Michigan has gone republican by n reocrat in the pay of tlio government in .,0 Uratide,a rljrliMliut isiccorded m every conceded by democratic papers generally. publican plurality ranging from i:),000 to days after his inauguration. To the National cemetery in tho land. IT itinitriMiii'tiii Vniv 7. Thu rotnrnu 18,000. Luce, rep., for K Ki! J7 TOJ' "Votoruns! This most contemptible . repm,. "(l , , v.. iol ,:..:"" . : 1 1 v' picco of political dirty work must bj re- IIb"m bw ,,otl,",g " "0t l"'0"M"fl,t bilked. Tlio cry of our comrades must bo timntednt400inth!s (Mercer, county lore than o.OOO. The republicans ain fiflHU'ot-iit- l mill tin, nnuti-f.- t imiat tin mn. Nooe lias polled about 100 votes. two Congressmen certainly and perhaps Nook was nowhere, even in his own t ,,iutio cough to touch tlio Hepubllcon man. C1K0. C. li:i.i.i:it,.Sit. three. county, where bo only received 100 votes ugem that 'tnegmtltudo of tho Nation to O Kentucky gains one Congressman, The N. Y. Sun says: Tlio democrats Ml of which vvero in his own precinct. tUo defenders of the Union' means mot o thuu meru claptrap, Is moiu than Idlo electing nine members. Finley in- - the have gained a Congressman heie and He was not as wise as Green Clay Smith, K0Ud. lltb and Wilson in the 10th nro the re-r- there and will probably have --'0 majori or Jonepli tjuiney Montgomery, or he "Our proteHt must bo such that no party publicans elected. Tho democrats ty in the noxt House Republican re- - would not have been ciumht with chafl'. will hereafter dare to brand brave and honorable men us 'paupers' and condemn deem tho ttl by a big majortiy. poits claim a majority for thorn of wo provided, u" ''dtashonso' the lr the people of tho 11th district can tlireatening them with homotenltentiurv if Kentucky's estimated majority is over about the same number. thu to bo . leprcsented by, thovdaro to exereLso that content themselves Stealey telegraphed the Courier-Jou- r rmht ... . .. 40,000. ' mil from New York riic State hns none mi(;b a ,UIU1 a8 l'iioy, it is all nglit, we to vvhieli they, aoovc uu men, nro . entitled. Swopo between llrcckinridge beats ' I.I.W t " against Cleveland. Ho wits traded oir. presuine, out decent men nave 11 uitio and o.OOO. The tiuth is that tho democrats did not icgard for tho honor of tho State jot. The th district came to its senses this John U. Carlisle by love him, and the mugwumps were not Hbwitt contributed largely to the de- time and majority of 0,000. Tho shak- strong enough to elect him. I). 15. Hill, feat of Cleveland, but laid himself out the old time ,,. I am Agent I'or '1 lie ing up that Tliobo gave them proved democrat, is elected governor by L'0,000 forever. (Jrnut, Tammany's candidate majority. Grant, democrat, is olected beneficial. for mayor of New York, went in by redemption of tlio :'d district by Mayor of Now York City by L'0,000 and Thu majority. wno limped to nrtng about tlie tlmoleerionofnoodkniuht to Confess "0 Aji will ktcp it caiiMantly on liandu ill my )iinl lhto. Ahmi Swoi'K got gloriously left in Stanford. is among tlio few things for which the defeat of Cleveland, is dead and buried. Will keep constantly on hand a large and select lino of Furniture Mr. Cleveland has carried tho city of in tlio "tb, but hu can get the collector-Nedemocrats have reason to be thankful. Hair. and Undertaker's Good3. My prices will be as low as such goods Also Limo, Sand York by about ."IJ,000 plunilityaJHliipnowtliatllairison is elected and this Itoports show that he hits defeated tiod-fie- y uuu uu uuugui, ui uiu uHiBs. uive mo a trial and you will be con- Ulsu mo n Call. Hunter by 1,800 majority, who niu irain of about 1:1,000 ovor his plurality in after all is more than ho ronymably ox-lJOHN II. llir.iil.vs, fii-- i sell lower than the lowest. hlunfunl. vincea tnat Tie presidential plurality in ported. now go back tbN0vvOIoxicO. lIiirrion --'",000 majority. of nearly 4,0J0 from t!io plurality four jority is fully 2,000, but letuniH Indicate years ago. .Suffolk county has changed that it is inure, l.iiuoln gives him lot), Itepublicatu claim Wisconsin by IS,-00- 0. Vermont stays republican by JO.OOO. Urooklyn (Kings county) is 11,000 n loss Gov. McCroury tele'giiiplit that his ma- Stankoki), Oregon gots republican by 7,000 or WALTON. SEASONABLE STYLES IN FAIX WINTKK f j e GS. ' i MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS Shirts, Collars. Neckwear, i In All the Approved Styles from 5oe to $5. The Stock of est TRUNKS & VALISES In this Section of the Country. GONE I I FOOTWEA IR,., can sell can Qualitios - ! subu-nption- I 1 THE PRICES ARE LOW as to ' State and New York. 233 l7j. doubt our prices j the Electoral THESE GOODS ABE BARGAINS. TRY TJS, PROVE US, TOTJ'JjJu BE GIiAD. , four-colum- CALDWELL&LAMER c'V, h al NEW NEW! NEW. c , ' ""J i. FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE j BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! . l. two-third- ' 'P-,- 1 hard-earne- -- GEO. WEAKEST, MAJSPGB. de-llc- o ' d j ii -- . i0 , im FURMTURE STORE Hrai'FMANr, 3PH1: I MA'CJJK S e- l.'-H- ... .... J 'j. ".... Ood-irlve- 1TB W COAX . 7ABD. L'O,-0- SUPERIOR LILY U0AL, and w v. i ' .. ui. v t .' . ) iC Semi-Week- wns '0 years old Tin: yesterday. It in the best paper in the Skwi.nh .M.cmxr. needles of nil kliulri I'lilted States nml .hero's hoping It will HEW-A-IEtI t 1!. K. Wcaion's. celebrate its centennial in duo time. '.1,1888 Stankoiiii, Kv. Xovi:miii:k To IlL'ii.Dr.iis. I'oO.OOO brick now icndy Tins ollli'o issed two Kxtnus Wctlnes- tolvn from mi u1 Ic utt the niuhl of (Kt 7, J I Ml for sale. DARK ue iy reward fur I. Hanisey. ilny, which wore giubbcd up us fust as the t hit f IIAV mule I.K $jj will the mule alone ami r lor HUB. MunnROI hAViN wiiiti: a.C.VALTON, Iift- fnili turn tlifin uut. The Unit Gum In iiowiin.l voui- winter i Juir. tiott City, Ky 77 tf We Have Openod a new Stock of what hope it had for Cleveland, but milt. Mybtock is complete and I rnn tlmUiwny. lllt' m'01"1 t0)k Friday mlMv imybodv. II. ('. Huplov. Published Every Tuesday and I i Tin: I'inovillo Mcsseimor says a little I hi: I nited States hxprcss is rapidly Cher aci of J. II. Fish died of ineinbiii-- vearlinr came to m ntacc a'.nut a month Doutitli !J I'JCU YiCAlMSf ..VDVAJs'UJfl uain,nK , H)I,uinrjty ns tho .jHickm,;, grand-wirojin hcilir. weiuht almut 6jo I)r. !. i. Carpenter, of Dwnvr tail vet her by pain9l'ir llu imtfre and ..... "' H'sl IIIHI let IJ CSl II L. I.X truss WII Oil neoiiH my bill fur herhourtl I! SHANKS,. nsrWhcn nut so isud $13.00 will tie charged. Stuiifuril, Ky o'clock Mnnfonl, was summoned and pel formed leaves Stanford for Danville at .1... .! .t .....! .A..... ...tl. ilin i,,v at I l'. m. I nssengors ",u "I" n,l,u" '" h."ii,i"oij " a. m. mid K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. introduced into ..i.,. 1'0!1 that nir miftlit .:...i .... .1.1.. 11.... 1111 1 rain leate Rowland at 5 35 a m anJ 7 ' w Ilinw Agent. .rii 11111 lllit. A.T. Ntnniul-- tin longs until the malady could be Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Every- a j ret itn at tt p m and S 40 p m ley, thing is new, the necessary lelief was contnlled, but Came alaHlt. on the 15 of Oct A Wilms llitxi:rr told Tom Jennings L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. t nl.'orded. The remains were brought MOCSr. tn our UM.OIU.U Ml I.K. 14, h.inut high. Owntrcan ct him by paying for hit feed earn & what he thought of him election day, to Crab Orchard for burial. lhiatlvertiemeni M 1H'" which was not very complimentary, going North ' j I"" train II (i .V Cl'Itl'ISO VKK Soiiin Crab Orchard, Ky ;?.(w Hpre. train- - South "'j whereupon Jennings SWOro Ollt It Wlir- - Caii.iit. .lohn Newland has succeedhis ed again in showing his capacity for de3m'ront. Mr. Ikirnett was on hand with And every thing has been selected with great care, the senior meml,ai KrelKht Ntth.".'.l P m capturing the thieves Wlllie.SM'H Wednesday, but JcllllillgH fail- - tective work by The latter traintJl'.w'iu'r'r'y luTJense'r.'.''" who broke into and robbed Powers' Moic. ber's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with tie above is calculated on standard time. Solar (., to collie to tilllO 11(1 the f.ise WHS ills- t i.e it about to minute fatter. His suspicions were directed towards missed. discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and (iene DiggiiiH, a negro boy, and on a KtaMihed 187B MEANS BUSINESS. Mai.wximoi'h. Tncle I'M MoKobeits slight clue he worked up the cane till his those who pay promptly on Jan. 1st and July 1st is especially says he has saved two huge watermelons capture along with the spoils. Ills trunk Published Evory Afternoon, Watuiks anil Jewelry repaired and desired. which ho will cut ns soon as Harmon's was found a' Jim Hanks full of goods in Kxccpt Sunday warranted. A. K. IVnny. drugs, patent election is continued, and will invite the value probably of $50. The negro says Tin: beet place to buy Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, . niore rnodl ot nls ileiiiocratic menus to two others were enpiged with him and ti.edicines ami ti'la-- t articles is ai Hat lie largo! uuulntion of any daily paper iViiny's. paper that eat them with him. lie says he wants .Mm Hanks was nrresoted, as the goods in I.uiovillc. thelheonlyeeninAssoiialiiin print United l're litv your school books, ink, tablets, to show them that if they are down he were in his houe. The latter wa, how- the new ofcirculation for the latt month oer Ar.iRc paper, pi ncils and school supplies of all for one will not kick them. i$,on. ever, nci'iiittod. It i the home paper for the people cf the Ohio kinds from A. It. IVnny. Valley A 4 newspaper it tiilo guarantee all witches and every ar-- t the front rank, while weeks a Aihht iiiKJii Tuesday (ireely sent til ii.tv Win:Cnuu:i. Three the general literary department ma'set it emphatle of jewelry I sell to be just lis dlsHiteh orderini! up the cold wave slj;- - ago Tom Chestnut and Mrs. .Jus. Kittsf ically the famil) paper of the South A. ill IVnny. Ily mail 50 cent per month Subsinptr.n. nal ami Miying that the temperature of Orlando, Itockcastle county, ranoll'to-cethufree . is per nir uvitace free THL Luuisvn.Li. rosr. 1") to .'') deurees YWdnc.s-would fall by after having created suspicion in PERSONAL POINTS. lii W. l.reen Street, l.iiuitville, Ky. day morning. As it failed to materialize tlie mind of Mr. Kitts for sometime that Tin: Intent news from Morgan (.'raft is as to the weather it is suppo-e- d that tho an intimacy existed between tliein. They l'ralse the Lord. tl .it he is better signal service man meant that it would wero pai tners in a store, Mt Kitts being IN- ! M11. ash Miw. Kit Cumin and Mi. A. bo n very cold tiny for the democrats and unable to tlo business in his own nniiie, V. Carpenter went to l.ouihville it was. owing to numerous liabilities. The pair Texas, TruUi ..f Ji.hn C lUgan, I ui sell at pub-l- i of the gave it out that they had gone to A NIMMMAttH. Mlirtlll' elo-- e Hi., wtfi. of nil-M.u D.vi-.lt- . aiiLtK'n but Kitts got wind that they wereinthis I",,N ',l Walnut Flat a dNpute arose over f..i iid.' MiillliiL' Dave, of lJtst ser Xov. 14, '88, the right of a certain (iermaii to vote. county and Tuesday he secured the is Miting here. vices of Shuriir Newland and Deputy Hugh Seargciil instated that he was not hi home in Madmon tounty, on the Lanca-tAt MiKiTisicK, who hs Mu. Wu.i.u-Fi- - Newland and they went on the hunt for pike, in mile from Kirhm nd, the real and !.... Ill fj.t tiwaiitli tf)i I I'ftl.riiil fitvitr eligible mid ijuite a discussion arose. -"- -it ... ..iiii'-i- i r,ir...t Miid, ."W'liv don't them. They were soon successful, sur iitr.unal cttate helonsin to aid llagan. 'Jhu "l",m,","m" vi.,1. vi.iiv. ml )nits of iiiiin is convalescing. somebody put that tiia.ii out?" Seaigeut prising the guilty pair and capturing H'm. Fiki.o, of the Maininoth THREE HUNDREO&THIRTY-SEVEACRES replied, "Why don't you do it?" Coll'ey them at Aunt Sookey Owens', several I ,te Kranch, has been on a vilt to Ills were ill i Walnut Land, fronting n the I.anbut mtrgeut saved him miles from town. The sanieday they started to do Hter turnpike and about I mile from ihe railroad ..ible sweetheart here. to Mt. Vernon by Newland, Dawtaken and in an pxcpllcnt n.ishborhood tlie trouble by gutting out hiui.self. .1 M i. II. A. Kvxs, who Is attending alt Kood, Luiiituig of a large as he got out .lack Ihiydeii seized him son and Cain. Heing apprised that trout... riiiiuflll. fV.I1iM.i rt Afi.illi.tlli illli. Two-Stor- y "l"1 him to Ids knee.s,- but was ble was threatened, they made a Brick Dwelling;, to vote for Cleveland." Thin ...an and movement and got their prisoners And all pievcnted from doing him fuither dam- he (arm N well M. rr..nrv ueiear' oiebuildingthe frowtht of corn, but found afterand m a IHeu to all 1 1"". . John Lynn wanted to whip to jail without harm, 'I he wheal, r,e, hemp, tiibucco and Muv-I.C- . K.xu, U. I'. King and'"?1' r .nvbody, and a gunural row wards that a crowd of Chestnut's friends farm can be divided into two pnr els ..nd will be W V. Whit., were so anxious tohear tho swearing that sulci in one or two iiie'.e, at will bett promote'Ith u.w lltially were on hand armed and he interest uf the aoiKnnr and hit tedilort tlHit tlifinunu Oii,IIWntlJvo,,,11ll,,",1l,,u,,,'t,,,lt1,Il-lie. tif.li ,,mHl ",,,,out t!,,' lms ,n hlwi or they would lake him away whether or pertnnalt) cntnim ol 65 Stuer, 11 Heiftr,1 Cow and C'alvet llorM'.4 Mules. 41 aire of Coin. up with ns till J::W a. .. mi no. Kitts was also on baud witli a gun j.ixn. poundt of Tobacco, und Urc amountof I u. bntwn. k are indebt.'d to Miv-iharinlns liunlementt anil Ilouteho.d Furniture to kill Chestnut at sight. Matters ssm Alt 9 th.irrt ol Kirkstille and Kcniu.L) Kiter Ixktixti.y Kii.i.no. Mr. U. V. tint- - iiiiinli.il it uh, J. M. Cook, t. C. I.yon, .1. M. however, mid the orison- - 'lurnpiLc ktnek, etc. I crnit ut follows The poev.ioii of the lands and others for election news by ion, who with his wife and live children j,, n wov hjiowwj l,ail. Kitts and bis Crw will be giten January 1, 1880, when of which wo return thanks. has been living in Mnnfonl for some ' ti the purchute money will c due, und for the other Sizes. Come WUV holU frimriy uf this county. naymcutt credit of 6 and u months with interest ' I assistant yea is, was iuMuntly killed by being run MfS ., Vl,ry i,omi.iy WOman and Irom January 1, iBfeo I r ihe ertotialty on all in Huowx, thu handhiiimj of Jo mid under, ciimi that of lVistmnstf r l'onnts'k.at Lincnstur, hmi over by his train near Pittsburg. It wuh 'il wjl0 NIW i,ur"nn' at a" loy to ilnd amount a credit till January 1,in1880. will otcrgiven be b.eii running for .II111 Hamilton 011 the mining, and while attempting to set a! WM. I.. Cltf ICIIIJIt, Trustee jnf,,ttiiii.. f'hest- 7" K (. , iindhandliil the iiinils splemliilly, brake IiiB foot sllppfil irom under him ,, other man Kitts still swenrs ( upt. Huhards nays. and he fell tietwcen the emx, whith he will kill the des'royer of his home. Miss A ui' n KriiAXK.s, who has been pii'Mid over him near tlie centre of his This notice fnrewarus burners, tnhcrmen and A Card of Explanation. iitlncd to her lnd for three years, was! body, mashing it feai fully but not cut- other not to treps on nur lanils without per. motion, as all sui.1i will be prixecutou to the full- .'It- to walk out in the yard this week, ting it in two. The remains wero brought est extent ol thu law. Sinee: lo the I'ditor of the Interior Journal I and lier parents, Mr. and Mrs. . I. W. Ku- - to the stiickeii wife on the ne.xt train, C.KO. I). Iini'IT.K. A report has gotten Into circulation T. J. 1III.1., M. ami after being prepared for tho grave, which I desire in your paper to correct. fconr.McKollIiltTSJK. M.S. IIACGIIMAN, Sanks, are greatly rejoiced. Mi.j isiTk, i.ii nitrci: S.H. IIAUCIIMAN. Wr. regret to Iwirn that our Crab Or- - wen' taken to Ids former home at llunt- - Several days ago while in the postotlicc S. II. SHANKS, MRS HfcMlY IIAI'OIIMAN, A M. KKI.AND e.irnM!iiniliit, Miss Mngaie Kg- - lugton, Tenu. Mr. (i.ittnn eiiuie herons I was told about .lohn Smith making i nir r..T I'KNCK lnrt. is preventttl fnan seniling her leg- - a telegraph line ivjisirer, but found that .lemocnitic Hiieech nt and in ,,,,,,,1 ,1,.., ular letters by wry serious illness, but he could uinko more money as a bmke. L.,i.. man and gave up that job for the latter. ,SlIll;,. OII.,iIt t0 iH( illin ifcovery. u trust to soon roeord lUHi timt gentleman wouldn't mind helping hang a man who LONDON, KENTUCKY, Mil V. It. FiiBTWiibu night yard ms-ti-- r He wiis a clever, ltow'liunl, returned from his homo ami much thought of by all who knew twuld be voted either way by either ir- - CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. it a Huntington in time U vote tlie demo-n.iti- c him. Ills death leaven his wife ami chil- ty using a little money. Tho report that Tharoiighly Renovated and Kefutnithed. ticket. .Vuarly all the railroad dren in a sad condition, but friends will said would assist in hanging any colKara und Keatonable I'ncm. Day and night , thitir erwllt tv it not let them sutler for earthly needs. did likwisr, to Tralut aru met by Polite lrter'ot tbia Popular ored man who vot-s- l thedeinociiitietick sjil. ,. .: . m and I am sure Capt. Thus. llnute. ..if I ii"uia et is a mistakeMr. Charlie " ...1.1 M11 W. . Walton returns to Wash-- 1 Caron, wlio. SIHt'Ull lllVHivni inert' were sijjiis 01 Itichnrdb ami in'o. m. rnns'iN 11, '.11 this uioniiiig tsUy till the mds. miktik PRUDHKAB, KY.,MAY, 1SS7. trouble on two occasions, but foituunte-l- y hennl me make tlie reiunrk, willI bearine home. Whenever they do The very fact that did not testimony. ml him they did not culminate siiioutily. A bjr t inform AlbiiKht in "the election Tuesday, fiat he has alwavs the rail on a place in uiTNt deal of whisky was a Host for a pro assistnevor asnist in them, seemsand in frlenl and .V Martin of iht change in tholr man; firm nami cunooien sum fact jkul to have iiiiHoiMcc, and we will be hibition town and nianv a druitkeii man ' cient proof to me to satisfy the minds of MARTIN & PERKINS, ll. too. was soon on the street. The colored the people, with whom! l.ave been fm III 111 three and a half vears, that I am not so The new firm hone not only totumain the troops fought nobly, but few of them vot- - i,ot.lt.u,i(.(i, republican as to inakesuch CITY AMD VICINITY. of tho old. but intend to make many imllie manufii. ing except us their masters told them. Ja remark. tnbCLo tmentu Jisi: .1, Tuouesos--, pt) be to theinintercut f ourlureutofnier. Vewhu h will will T" oiito the genend gloom, it hns Uiiiini; the hint half of the day r.du fell Hurl ic t. .n r Natural l.eal den.te xpeilil atlruri.in u. l.riiiul it KtiiUKk) s lifst h.uikmz you raining like limb's over sineu Tues- - steadily mid fast; bnt it did not prevent bun f'rpt i.tvur- c- r.ml .sh.!iitt Ursr r, thill. fr .. ntinuatim 01 GRAINS FOR GRANGERS. - tr.ole, . IS the heaviest vote over polled from being nin MAK11N APLKKINS s'M reisordod. Ulovws in lilaek and I'uruRNT cultivators will secure intutocs If dug before ami other root crops early. & ;. rs. Sines flj and up. Sovomnco the fall rains, ami keit thy, potatoes will bo sun. jj,- -. rft jfSwps ttZty'g-iizinuolt bettor for tublo use than otherwise. PRKCl NCI'S only bo obtained by UxiroitMiTY can to now frame eottatie A mi r. aniotig dairy farmers, anil by the Call on J. J. Mr Roberts, First Na- - suhPuTnV IJ adaptation or the snttie motlioils of man?i m 9 ly Interior journal Uim.k piukles at T. Ii. Walton's. I Courier-Journ- NEW .AI)VETISK)IENTS. ' $50 " NEW STORE I -- 5 - ! - lvo '' EST2lA,Z, N I n T 1 1 11 1 1 ' s 1 1 411 1 ESTK.A.1T. JDry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, MOT j "'' -- K PIECE OF OLD GOODS I " ' 1 11 The Louisville Post, .. 1 C SEVERANCE & SON. m 1 . roprc-mute- d. I ' r, pot-taif- b , Trustee's 011 Sale I OVERCOATS I Satinets and Kerseys, Worsteds and Chinchillas. In Light and Dark Colors and in Light Medium and Heavy Weights. Wed-ih'mIii- v. Wednesday, 1. 11 ...-,....--. (it. 1 N s, nrtt-r.il- - iic--t dt-.- l 'lheini-pririneiilRr- e 4 ,. l''el - strati-getic.- il I wait-re- . iii'-a- "$' -- liie-ur- 1 1 s. .1 Our 2 took is Full of Fresh Goods Early and get Choice of Patents and . t ilou-11- . one-thir- 1 j i .,,,, irtl - 1 1 - , POSTED. BRUCE&MeROBERT 1 . I 1 11 hr i. ,,,;,. ii. 1 JACKSON HOUSE. wvll-Udiav- T. R. WALTON First-cl- a 1 1 ' 1 11 I "'"' ."..,. I 107-t- f. ,, niri ;i , repu-tatie- n j - I I u- v 1 f olio-stor- y i lJIil MM r . -- STANFORD, KEITTXTCKIT. i.-n- Tional Ikink. siatuiru, .Oi uyuesniire 4 Crab Orchard.... Tiiosk who staid mi tlii :l a. m in nenr tlie election news hero im mighty little for their tinio and inouey, and that thoy did receive wan not assuring. Ihiilil.ind.....,...,.. ! I imnni Jl ' o 8 y8 7. "el ufacture. What is required, mid education. then, n M ' Turnetnvillc Totali Miijoritioa.. KiiiKsvillo II niton vllle W ,19i 4 - tyoj ry 7' Tin: lirst iwlnt In making cheaii pork Is to got the hog to nmrlsot In the sliortcst poniblo tlino. The sumo food nukes more pork hi early full than in midwinter, for less of the food is usod to produce atiunul heat. re-de- ft J. T. S'O'TTON A CO., HUSTONVIL.LE, KY. An still nic-. m anil re.i ly lo do any-tbiuin the In the 1'iuliTUl.iiin line. We have :i full uf Cant and CaiLetK f all VlmU and Knbe Arvvnii Iti'iixsiiiiiBULiiestH tho foriua We wero unable to get the olllcial turn of a new party here if Cleveland is as tho laboring turns from Kingsville, Walnut Flat and ated, to be known Mtn's Party. For president, H. (J. AI- - Turnersville, as they came sealed mid J. K. Portinan. the nmssongors did not feel enough in-- I 'old; for ne'le Kd. MoHoberts has spoken for a to rest in tlie matter to make a note of the results. .McCreary s maionty is 100 position in the Cabinet. at least and that is good eiioinrh for tlie Am. persons knowing themselves in-- ! present. The vote will bo compared todibted to tho estate of the Into Thomas day und tho olllcial result announced in ( . Robinson will please advise me of the our next issue. amount and what it is for. Also those Lincoln has been fullv redeemed. The haxing claims against same will please result shows that tho people have sat DavInform 1110 in liko inannor, euro l.ock down and sat down hard on Danville, Ky. P. II. Idol, Ad- - ison and his infamous methods, ,Hox 0, fA'ThiniHtriiior. Tho two Stanford precincts gave Mc fct t in Creary a majority of Hi:.', tho yiU$?j !. CAmioi.i., of New York, at yours. III l.ouisvine, an oaiiiuo-- i IJVpiVjwnt'lOCllU'll Me In ISrfi out of a totnl voto of te cornet soloist, who is the guesl of the Orenry qnrricd (ho county over Subsist in 11 1 Sold and Silver Hand this week, respond-- t by .11:1., Tho vote In tho Stanford preto a petition signed by our lovers of cincts that yenr was i)."il and McCreary music for an opportunity to enjoy ids got only 115 majority. This year in a juforiniiuces on the cornet, and ho tip- - total vote of 1,078 his majority in the penrcn nisi ingiiLin n- ! delightful im- - two precincts is HI- -'. Hurrah for us Mted bv the band, in a Prnis'o the Old Lincoln is redeemed. .....;,i1 i.iitnrtniiiiiinnt. In which j lai-gos- Tin; fanner Is more toniptod to run In debt than uhnost uny other ninu, because dealers aro so willing to trust him; his farm is a goed buslB for security, nint It is prop crly which cjii not bo hidden or carried away. abundant und Wiinuc fallen tlioro Is a coiivetiiont place near tile stnblos for storing thein,'li is qtiito a good plua to either them up und uoo thoin f. r bedding with !u the stuble. Altliouglt compai-etheir bulk tburo is not a largo amount of substance in them, whatever there is mulct's a very superior fertuiior. Is winter, no matter how novere thp oold, the safety of vinos may he in&ured by lay ing them down iu tho fall and slightly covering with eurth. This protection is more than to uuy easily given the grape-vinothor frull titHj. Ii Is tut udvantnge. even if tlio winter is not cold enough to kill. Tine frequent failure of red iio or of late comiicts farmers to Iook for a Bubstitute fur ptts'turo. N'othlng better than rye. How it after wheat, early potatoes, or oats. It gives lute feed and early feod. Land for corn ttoxt year will nfford two months' pasture in tie? full and one luouih hi the spring and a groon crop to turn undor hotter than weeds. Wanx potatoes aro ripe, tho proper tlino to dig thorn 19 whllo tho ground Is dry. more c.iso and haiulloa majority They aro thenthat whonwith ground is bo '" It invited, the tho satlsfaiittoa ....... l.nrn ,w.r. andClovelund nearly I(K). Met roil rv's inolut that tho soil udlioroa to tho tubors. piIUOII III "III IHT. J. ,. V.:hitii11 si .1., riiiiiiiiT' in.iioHtvr is the Inii'i-A- ii'itix oil '11 tliis Thay aro best loft 011 the ground in pits, und .. !....! ...,.,-- . - ........... ii.nf iir r. to keep .nil l,n...ln, oi r covered with hay and earth enougheenur on -.;:r;Zo,u.dth(;tV,n..,,n..tf.,rtog.Mo u....y out tho rain und removed to tlio ' iho approach of enM wmtbor. d o Prices Always Reasonable and Goods First- L;ltSS. GOOD EMPTY1 of ever) derriition. Our he.tre, uhich ik iir.irly new 1.111 be obtained on nhnrt nnncc. Mr. J. If. tiriii ban cturKOofour biikinoiia ml will how our uootla tn any one needing anything in our Ine 44.tr 11 LOUIS SOHLEGEL, PLIOTOGRAPTIER, KHTr.MOXU IU..1I TvV Pictures in BARRELS FOR SAX.3G. tyle anil Miet. Phetoiiraplu India Ink, Crayon an i Water Colors. New de. ii(;i lal-'nn a ii Mt it veiy w price. ',m 1 miii-iiiuin- c, ::;;;. . 1 i.n.wi,.ftf ." tl. ."'. SUrym t - .. BUYEHS' OUIDE is issued March and Sept., ench yoar. It in an encyclopedia of usoful inforo mation for nil who : tho luxuries or tho nocoBsltiea of Hto. wo can olotho you and lurnuh you with nil tho nocensary und unnecessary npplinucoR tn rido, wulk. dnnco, sleep, oat. llsh, hunt, work, ko to church, of utay at horuo. and in various sltoa, Htyloa and qunutitios. Just figure out what is roquirod to do all thoso thlnas COMrORTflBLY, and you can makealai-estimat- o of tho valuo of tho BUYEHH OUIDE, which will bo sent upon receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, O! 4 pur-chab- STMFORD PLSMG MILL A. C. SINK, CO. Flooring, Sidings, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, Brackets, Scroll Work, Frames, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Veranda Work, Etc. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111. 111-11- Superintendent. there .yv.iAv, So" Semi-Weekly i Interior Journal' NEWS CONDENSED. j,icio r rruK'i.'M.of, Ask For Ayer's B.irsaparllla, and bo suro you get It, when you want tlio best w mi its lurty year S ijT of unexampled sue ! cess In the- euro of you Illooil can mako no niU tnlio in preferring Ayer's blood-piirlller. Archibald lVlon, in jail nt (irayllnp, Jjiil. was' taken rviit'h., for auultiiiK from jail and very properly banged to a limb. At Loitehlleld Tuesday Sam Uigsitoii shot and killed George lllessett, Jr., and atally wounded George lllessett, Sr. A family feud caused tlie all'air. to any other. Tho 15y the caving in of a gold mine on of modHog Mountain, Ala., John Wheeler was ern blood medicines, Frank Smith killed and James Jones, i n Sarsaparilla zu&iiz'm iVycr's tho limit pop- .and Win. Mooro fatally injured. s still , -t Robinson's circus seems lately to tilar, being in great i &-.SS cr deinand than all fliiivebeenfarrying a hoodoo. Its last others comhlued. r was an attack by the elephant misfortune , Sarsaparilla Is selling fan "Ajers Oltlef upon .Mr. John Strohn, of Cynthi-' than over before. I never liositato to una, almost killing him. rcoiiinioiiil It." fleorfio W. Whltninn, Druggist, Albany, Ind. Tlie famous Mrs. Raw son, of Chica"I am safo in saying that my sales of go, gets a divarcc, a retraction of the Ayer's Sarsaparilla far excel those of charges made by her ancient husband, nny other, and It elves thorough satisfaimpunity from punishment for shooting ction."! II. Hush, Dim Moines, Iowa. "Avcr's Sarsaparilla and Ayer's Tills lawyer Whitney and 10,000 in cool &l -. SUKGKON DENTIST, KssrccKY. Stantokd, Ibaw4ou nre, nmte nrlps, of Mountain, Coil I Office outh lde Main, two doors abose Depot St. ami 1 iintior Lahds ih a t will tell al a bargain haxeastnr roomtti rent I r a furniture innl mi hariluMrv T tumor's ratalilishment 1 Ime mocJ Fur further iiifnrma Thiwcare i: ud f.Tsnilaxs C V M K If A I F, mnthin, write t . T llarbctimlle, Ky M-238 Mountain Lands I BRYANT & STRATTON Business College Itonk AVrjiliif, Short irue or iiitifio uw fun iiiurmuiioii. ltauit, TViVfr(i;iii,.Cri LOUISVILLE, KY. .Vrl N MEAT SHOP c r . To Lancaster Mreet. opposite tlipCourt-Hoinsale 1 also keep a loiol 1IKRK on hand reads-fuV, F HAMSKS Stanford. K) 1 TO BTJIE.DERS am Sarsaparilla LAND FOR SALE. 100 ' in; aenttrr lie t im innati Company and am pnpin-- J I Li80FFINI, GASKETS. ROBES. llulr to fiirtn-- h i foro-runn- - 1 f. acres oil the Siier.-- l ami Crab Oorchanl ro.nl hnlfw.iv between the tv places Well of At $) 73 per xinare, good mer at eiul o( poteh. Ilnlfc cantl and to I (iivcita trial iicres in crass. A good outlet (or emtio, hogs W O. WAI.I.ACK, ' mill sheep D Pitoiey. Ky ILiO-STIftj-i1 IRON ROOFING nail, punt, I - SHKI ION. v im I'iiIi ltow '.mil, K f 1;m?j MflSSr 1 !Zzji &? 1 5c K. R. B. GEOGHEGAN, SUCCKSSUR TO CO., WSn'MpBffKMBBBKmKJmmmm Idibufi WMIMMWMWieMBMiiy iiiiiMlllilBL W99IK-Z'Krfrf'mZIW??',KJ'-4 JIcKINNin, J&. M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, ' .MJleliM, the fainou Mii 1'or "r prescription promptli noil to get our staple recth lulnl at nil hiMirt, ami to r.rocrle,lliU)Ci:rur, Twlel Aitirl, .J. Gil 4TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. '' ci ..' i.omI&Co.McKiuhu). t)r J llilMs will attend orilri ilcpiutment nlo it'. M 1 l)rs. yir A ; I connm C the wanlnif Uienlck, lilRht or U), m (who W. MKlXALr ' nr i 3 t II 1' cash. Mrs. Crane Washington, n colored woman living near Charleston, S. C, has 5,'iven birth to five children during the1 Vast year. I.:tst January she became tlie mother of triplets and a few days ago of f The Nobbiest & Most Stylish ' twins. J. A. Robinson, a farmer living in Estill county, committed suicide Saturday afternoon by shooting himself with n shotgun loaded with buckshot. Just previous to this act he killed his infant son, aged 10 months, in the same manlier. n In Clay county on election day Philpot was killed and George Cole and Newton Nicholson were both mortally wounded, the former was shot thro 1he lungs and the latter was shot in the lungs, kneo and the lower part of the teg. Toddy Chadwell and Joel I'hilpot n were also shot in the same row. Kv-aI.on-do- ltosolaud, III. "Wo havo sold Ayer's Sarsaparilla hero for over thirty years and always recommend It when asked to namo tho "W. T. .McLean, best Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. I havo sold your medicines for tho last seventeen years, and always keep them in stock, as they aro staples. There Is nothing so pood for tho youthful blood' as Ayer's Sarsaparilla." It. L. Parker, Fox Lake, Wis. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla Rives tho best satisfaction ot nny medicine. I hnvo in stock. I recommend It, or, as tho .Doctors sav, ' I prescribe it over tho counter.' it never fails to meet tho cases lor wmcli l recoininnnii u, even vrhero tho doctors' prescriptions havo been ot no avail." C. 1 Calhoun, blood-purlflor- nro tho best soiling medicines In my store I can recommend thorn conscientiously." C. llickhaus, Pharmacist, METOALP d: HAYS, ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. lxcM4XrJ&eHMt09l9KSS3S3irVIHIIIIHezeeE$sVeVeV9BBeVMeV FALLHATS, l'.M--- r brought tu the my intludmi; the worM-remned t l.ounwUc, ni ll.UUlOCKVII.I.i: aiul I'INl.VII.I ., K in Kalern Kentucky Willprcliceinany Kxamination. of lanil titles maite specialty Any timber, coal anj miner! land fo open .1.. inrii uf lurnished on an) oint and cor ; ' WALL PAPER and FTTHlNriTTJK,33. COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. reponilence jaluited ale. Information rti-t- f KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS own importalioti of English Mat' anil Cnp- - An elegant line ol Canes anil l.yon 1'ine Cclitirateil Cinbrcltas aluajj on hand Anila'omy QUAT Maufxu To the Farmers of Lincoln and Garrard Counties- - B. K. WEAKEN, :'i j pay In hole dlTTM CJ A nnTTTP.C! n A PR , 1....1..., wheat cr.i' of ? itami willnoi en itiiiwmi ., uu.111 wiiuv.uu". iirirelor i. at lae Mill or ......... .,..ii.ilriii I'otti Orders out- - ,h( ,lnlir,igBei! Glomes and other lurs, a l're. tantori toller Mills (. o .1. i. ...r ...... ..,!...... .! n,.r(f. t mi. Ct twin 1.1 ir.iii. n lyr teed Don't tail ! order iiNOllllV HT . ri..o,.r,J Holler Mill Ciimtumi warns your it spei-ial- 1 Ao Mo FJlilMNY 'XDK.TJC3-C3-IST ATesTarsapariiia, WiickyGentralR.R. ritKrAitr.D nv Dr. J. C. Ayer Se. Co., Lowell, Mass. Price tl. sli bottlea, i. Worth S a bottle. "HI-i"C- THE (t ALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. & . C5 UASS KOL'TK. l r. m ' THE SHORTEST AflD QU5CKEST ROUTE THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. n DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &C. I'b) lctans rescrptiui.s', ao. ur .ni) CnmpounOcd. -- -' .K. if QW.-f- rm SfrZ sj-- Kcho. City Marshal Smith and C. D. Jack-moaa merchant, were engaged in n jrkuidly scuflle in Ilarrodsburg, when (the oificcr's pistol fell froui his pocket and was discharged. The ball struck Mrs. J. P. Dawson, wife of the Presbyterian minister, who was passing, in the ieft breast, inflicting a painful and serious wound. Hon. K. Polk Johnson, president of he Kentucky Press Association, has appointed A. C. Quisenberry, of the Lexington Transcript; John A. Hell, of the Hjoojxctown Times; Harry A. Sommers, of the Tllizabethtown News, and W. T. Havens, of the Mt. Sterling Sentinel- .?. 1... Democrat, delegates for Ke .iiuiL'hj 10 ti iiiu XatlOlial KtUtorilll AbSOciatioil, wllifh ov. will uiL'i't nt can Antonio, "lcxas, 23-- CENTRAL KENTUCKY 1 Siw (SLtF) rWr i.- -r fCH. n, all IViints RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- - SAW MILL FOR SALE .A.1mo X.(ui(l ami ritoolc n 8MI&'iEM&WSIM2 MW'&5& FAST LINE BETWEEN IMC TO rooms:- THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, U'RKNI RlIXN BATIK IN lloTKI. I'.i CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERVARE. ai lite i sacrifice saw mills complete 1th 30 hnro boilers avworks. I o ttg wagand sohupic tnsini, wagons, t burkboird, 1 spntif; waj-oon 3 and harness 3 yokes of cattle, 3 mules, 1 horse. Krist mill complete, and my farm of 560 acres 0 inolil.iml uell tininete 1. mil eu prirnieiv LEXINGTON SCHKDLM.K & CINCINNATI. STANFORD, KY., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. loei. paired lruaht in thi taarkci Wanhes, CI'clanJ ma sh.wt ooli. frn.es Jewelry and Karranied. lotr thii lit. MAKTSMl'MI, Maywnod, IN EFfKCf MAY o, iHU N'o . 5S-- tf Ky No. 4 South 1'iOiinJ. ! To the Farmers of West Lincoln, Casey and Elsewhere. Hatng been authnried by Mr C C V.inArs- dale, nrnnrietisr of llustonville Uoller Millk. as his aiteiit for the purchase of uhcat in this section of country, I call with confidence oil mv old and tried fr,end ol.ti.ie public to se me before en- i in eazinz their crop elsewhere. I the trade about twenty ) cars, I am familiar with thebusiness. I feel warranted, therefore, in the declaration that I will be able to taciliiatc the transler ot your crops to thfc advantage of all concerned. 33 J U. GKEEN. fmU r 2 J. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. I.ve I.ve I.ve Arr Arr I.ve Arr Arr Arr Arr i.ve Arr Arr Covingtou.... Falmouth . 10 CynlhiatM ... 11 l'aris Lexington.... u .7. 11 Paris Winchester., ta 1 1 '' S.u"' Dall' 1 i o Pp m 3 Cfj OS am am Lancaster.. ..I ..' Stanford Richmond ...1 llerea l.exmftun....! I h. , HichmonU ...I 't 00 p 5 10 6 00 n in 40 a m 10 jo p -in 30 p m a m 10 ej p m $ m 11 J5 p hi 35 9 a m to j 1; i in p mi i Jiopm 10 pin pi h 8 n u ) ml 05 p in 3 .0 p in 5 45 I' "'I p m ..;i;;i;;;;:;::. .i m j Hotel still maintains Tins old and determin-eits hlsb repuution. and Us Proprietor is ' 5 V that It snail be second to no coontry Motel in V '" n m ik Its Fare, Apeosntmenti, or Alien ., T, m the State In Juets. Itajsage eanveyed to and lien to Ms Special accommodafrom depot free of chanteCowmercul Travelers. tions to JSfo Co d UWPOilY, . MERCHANT TAILOR Is Receivinj His Xi0.5. WOOD WALLACE, THE GERTS' FURMSIIER, 513 4th St., Louisville. Norlh-lloul- A.T. NuniiPlk-.- Eohl to J. M. Hail u mall bunch of fecdiut; cattle nt it ct. AV. It. Carson & Hon bought of S. II. Helm, Jr., n flue combined mare for rwo. I). X. r rcwitt lias bought in tlii.siintl '1.; nrranl iiiticMa of feetHntj v No. 1. No. 1. FALL AND , CHEW j I.ve Livingston Arr Richmond.. Lve Stiniortf .. Lancaster Le Richmond. mond. WINTER GOODS. Givo him a Trial. .n lierea. " 5 co to 5 a 45 a tai-lo- ad daily except Sunday. No. 33 leave Covin?ton at I jo m. arrives at Falmouth at 10 jo a in; Sunday only. No ji leases Fulniouthat 4 jo pm, arrives ut Casinifton nt 6 jo p m; Sunday only. No. ij leases Leunc-- I '0- ,' ton j 15 p m, arrives I'ans 7 S3 P Co liiton j to p in, arris es t!iomri 7 eo p m n, arrises at Cos No 7 leaves Falmouth at iiiicton at 7 Jo a m DAILY r.XCCIT SUNDAY. NO I'K l'raiiw j and 4 are daily between Win- Good tutnoiits and saddle hoi ses always lor lure fhunrtolntuiiouth. I ndon is the most convenrliester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other other on reasotiiilie terms daily except J. C. i' 3Ionte 1'o.x riold last wuok to ient po'iit on the railroadofto reach places in the trains areconnection Sunday.at Winchester with Direct the State 10 In the mountain section is made C. C. Fox for itnuiediate- - delivery TOIioh Ohio for Mt. Sterluu. Ardand ChsareAe Iluttingtnn, OiarlesUn, W'. Ya. and Lantern rl ties & liice, of ;it l "Oaiid sold to Wilson PnS'l LINK Nos 1 and 4 run u trains with 1'uMman Sleeping Cars, 'Oiirr.tr 1, for December delivery, Ki nt Cinrinnali .ind Richmond, a., and Win. ! IX f dvocntc. Chester and Washington. x r Through tickets and hnceaKe checked to any The f.trnitfrs of Faryland havo nbout destination reached by a railroad. Fur full pnrtK ul.ir ..Jdrf-- i my agent flhc Co. industry K tided t' idmndon tho tobacco S. F. . MOKSF. K. II. 1SACON, .1 devote their time to other tiriciiltu-- 1 41 Trivelint' las'g'r Act., 'Jen'l l'ss i'rAgt , m CoungtMn, Ky. Lexington, K. iXM ? This condition exists in mJ iursuitw. II K IIUN1IN1. lON.l.cneral Mainjjrr. s. Suites and very n.ir!vtiil is QonOIIico's. Covlnirton. Kentucky. o ' b x'ilttlt! lit t CtM, J. W. Kubauka has our thanks for a aol: of tipples, brought in Tuesday, hard to bent in bi.e mid flavor. Mlvery, gesd and Sale gtable, Jones llroy. have sold their wheat crop of oOO hiiHlich) to J. A. Ferrill, of Shelby City, nt SI per bushel. "flie Advocate, that Hichard Martin, a well-to-dfarmer of Lincoln, xvns married to 31 fas Addiu Owens, of Boyle, Inst week. V. U rover, of Quitman, (In., bought W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. iirOns county this week 15 headoff-cruIONDOV, k borsesat $10 to 60 per head. Ho bought ' ' . I (i AT H '" """' T fl D lUJLJrlUUUlNJLil i4Siv.nl A I.ve Lve Lve Lve Arr 8 a 6 to a 11 ro a p in; mi a 111 hosier.. . 'J ''S5 j 4 Lcxiugton Paris Cynthiana Falmouth. Covington. . . . p 00 p J 40 p 4 oi p $1 P 6 u P p a m1 6 50" a a m, a in a m a m in 9 00 a 10 O) a in m in' a m in at in m in j 00 in 3 jo in 4 jo "I J i m 6 30 The fashions ofthe day in the Oents' Furnish., .. ingline will alwass bet mud in my store. I ,am agent lor the Indiampoiis Steam laundry, the best Laundrj in the world. . Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, Jl5 p m pm p in V iLiL pw S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,' M.T. EASE tiiu OBSERVE m a nu No. 11. at JO. t in. arriving at Mavsville at 10 so, a tn, and 740, p w. No. 10 leaves .Mayssillti at 6 00, n in, arriving at I'ant at 8 o, a m. No leaves Maysville at 105 nsd trains are arrives at I'ans si j 5, p m Ttie jo, a laysvill l'arli at VKKNON, I W. Whitehead. Dmic u Special attention tren to diseases J77-tf. Ollice next doer to tore. cMUren M'ROBERTSST AG G ll.WI. jn WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, .' ii: BKEllANDBROKKR AND SILVERWARE. ltro.idJ) GEO. A. ROMER, 4 SPECULATION. 40. in"! si Ne Mui-t- . A WV1UL 1, -- tr ( r JOIini'iHjIiiKT NF.W NOKK tll on MAKHiN fii iv ' wr Winchee-ter.ASol- id StocUa, Bonds. Grttln. Provisions and Potroluum. ikiuoht, solo I' S -- & CAH111.KD Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with many years' experience, all work clone with neatness Spectacles and Eye Glasseu to suit tho , and dispatch, fully insured. eye. Send for esUnatry pamphlet "i 3ilan K 1 will be imwu next year. b I of wonulin calves hold at ?" to fit). It. 1'. sV J. W. Fox boujtlit 7 atioii iitttlca at $100 to 120; and three hrst 3 atSOO to $1L'0. Carotherit, y .Mid othorti. of Lexington, liotiulit W ( 1" At Alex Trib-'lie'- s JinuilcHatSi'OtoSHO. wile coin wild at 51.('.l mid $1.75 in tho Ileid; hay at $1.2") per 100 pounds a high price, a9 hay is unusually scarce. Oats brought $:! per cwt. Jlnles $S1 to 5HJ7. Climax. "! iimiiM) Coi nr. About 100 cattle mJ ;i!l ;rii li . u tho maiket, and 200 of ft' b m( hold at SJ cts. down to lij ct-- . f CXOSJilE - .-- :.'A COMPANY uu7 Tft 'li Chesapeake & Ohio PULLMAN CARS AHD SOLID I - -- fWTi A iP Pv5 fTO i) cva 9 TRAINS- QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE (Cincmnati, New Orleans & N JW oTj i.ie buni-l- Jot H1GKSM lyf Cholera Cure! -0- To "Washington, Richmond Old Point Comfort. BAST T. Texas Pacific Railway.) OHIO AND HEW ORLEANS, LA. and lAVOHHK I.INT HK1WI.I IN ik 1HH NORTH AND SOl'TH Ti-.u- ." I ! LEXINGTON.KY. Cuiinettioiis.dirtct fur all points in the AND WEST NORTH - To Louisvilo V7"E3ST end Oinciinnuti VEST Ku.t' II 7 10 LIMITED EXPI.ESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, i.j IltiL'KS. Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. 'riLHlTJCXASSIXOUT J.1N IJ. CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16, 1888. SOUTH-WES- 1 i M- - iT- - YTf-- , g -- - - .3 l" IN IJ, I.ouhmIIc. 'tj Xo. e. V.. Sun. 6 jo a m Dally Hally. YlKWTION AND AVOl'ATION. NO tMO con-Iguud- words fcceni to lie lnoio freiptently Vocation than the above. , THAT b I I means one's regular biihinw-.s- uhilu means a temporary employment. Tiieliiier.uuc in the true mcnuing of itheso two wordn is to very jjieat I hat every one who wishes to avoid beJii latKed With ignorant wiiters should fix t.liem in his mind. . avo-atio- n To scjianito Htainps from each other or from other pleiKH of pjler, place them .Vtwucu clean and thoroughly moisten-v- J pieces of hlottinj,' paper anil leave ulwm until they Bopur.tto easily. Monogram Htwkings ure 'AiMitl as iiiucJj us soxjxMit tf-- fcaiil to coin-jiai- r. it If we In full. mors Liver Medicine. I have sometimes had to substitute IUIRS "Zellln's stuff' for vour MrHI JC0UHT3I cine' but " Jon,t an,wer Ue rw .. J. 11 w.rtc-uiiu- i T7.il... Jir ... Batlitt. Mem nhls. Tenn. savs! I received a package of yourLiter Medicine, and have used half of It. It works like a charm. I tvant no better Liver Regulator and cer. talnly 00 more oi Zcilln'a mixture. 1 er Hiulator,EifdbyZeillni86, M. A. S. L. .M. hut for 47 ear cured Indioestion, I1iliousn uvsrErstA,sicK Headache, L04. Apputite, Souk Stomach, Ktc, Itev. T II. Iteams, I'astor M. H. Church, Adams, Tenn., writes:"! licinn 1 snoutu nave been dead but lor your Genuine M. A. Sim. C. K. Simmons, St. Louli, I'rop'r M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, Est'd i&0, in the U. S. Court dkfeats J, Il.Zellln, I'rop'r A.Q.SImmoni Liv- FISHI Tho Original Wins. n.... .. of dollars worth ol hickens die every year from Choi-.r.- i It is more fatal to chickens than .ill other diseases combined. But the discovery of t remedy tuucw7r.-- j arcs it has been made, and to be con .'inced of its efficacy only re'juire& o trial A bottle is enough foi It is me hundred chickens. 5o-cen- Thousands guar-.ntee- d If, after using 1 -- two-third- s o( 4xi3htoiirlio.sieryatthat price nctfhoiiltl onr namo hpelled out flCuw JIavun Xewf . bottle, the buyer is not thoioughly .nrisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undei signed ind vour money will be refunded.- Kor sale by McRolcrts A Slagff, Stnuford. a m a m TRAIN'S SoDTl IT p in 5 " u P ni Wo, 3. Nu.6" No. 7, Richmond No. 3. I No. 1. No. 4,TNoT 8 STATIONS. 10 Daily. l m Newport News Nc I p m 11 Daily. Daily. Kx, Sua, Daily. Daily Old Point Comfort Dally. Daily. pm H ton Norfolk A'rv 6 40 a m 641 p in 1013 a in 6 00 p 111 p in J8 1 7 a m 403pm Sua p mi 7 33 a ni Ive., Cincinnati Washington 0 ...., b 30a m 4 JJ p in U'illi.imttown..I.'ve 3 47 P ni 9 33 pin(., S 13 a mi 11 '3 p m 2S.lar" 11 J llaltimorc tieorKetiiwn 4 lonnv.. 1059 a m 7 01 pin 1037 pm,. 7J4am 3 08 ji m 3 00 a m 1 no a m 1'hll.idelnhia 11 us pm'io5a in ..l.cxlnnlon.. 1.4 a mi 4 13 pin' 7 n a m J 40 P ni 6 ic a m ti jop ml 7 35 pm o a tn New York 1 40 p 111 8 ii p 111 7 10 inn l..l.oii.,I.nit. S. R.U. Ar O 30 am' 7 10 pin n so a in " 8 37 p in 11 8 a m o jon ni Ar. llursm ' l. 3 00 a in 3QJPni! s jo a in Ilurgin pm 8 43 pnlU 01 a .Arr J S a m 317pm 3 4s".i7n i 27 p 111 17 a 111 Uvc. Lexington Division Trains run by Central li tne . pm 8 59 p in ij 16 a ni Danville. 1 a 111 Main I.ineTrjius east of HiinliniJton run by hast ij 30 330am 1 10 p in a m J unction City . aa.in 1,1 33 a 111 3x1am 1 ou pm crn time, whkli Is one hour faslei than Centr.fl 1 H p ni 0 10 n ml a 30 n m 11 43 m Somerset .... 1 ia. .1 j 03 in loop ml 3 00 ji m p m 11 05 a m o 10 n m ti 4iit in Oakdalc S js a in ""dDITIONAI. TRAINS. No. 11, daily ex. 0 30 p m 413 a in 7 3 a ni 8 j5 1 in D4P m ArV. Chattanooga.. .l.'ve 0 jo pm in 10 pin a m Ollsc Hill 4:45 a m; Mt. 733 ceptSunday, leave 4 00 a m .....I ym 11 in 700pm l.'ic.. Chnttsnooga... Ar v, SiSPni, 7 j$ a in I.cxluaton 835 a m; arrive at 1 00 p ml Altalla 9 49 p nt ir'v MSP ml 4 47 am Cincinnati viaWishester 11 35a in. 11 JS pm 3 co pm . 45 V mil 43 p mllst... lljimlnRharn.. No. , daily except Sunday, leave Cincinnati nsenlooss .. ........ 3 4J a m, 1 oj 11 m 6 isp I 1 main V ""," 1.. ... m; I.extnsion 5 .is P mi arrive Mt. Sterling 1 00 11 11 35 p 111 4 4Jnni'Arv Meridian . J',le 415 a 111,10 oop III 711pm: Olive liiHg'oi'"1' ,. orce 6 30 n in 11 00 ii niiAr'v...New Orleans . ..I. se, 900pm 33ipm mj No. 5, dally, lease Cliftnn r vl 5 ion nvl.'ve.... ...Meridian,.., ... oitpin Charleston i) 30 p mi arric AhIiI.iih( 5 40 p m; ,! 6 Jackson .Ar'v 0.0011m l.'ve top in Colnmbus I. se. .. ickibiiiir, .. I 1130 am 400pm No. 6, daily leave Ashland 7 10 a in; arrive at Monroe ..,, 4 Jopinil.se.,., Forge 7 36 p m. ia 03 a Charleston 11 11 ami Clifton ' 000 a m SP in.Ar'v....Shreveport... . .V.. . Pullman Sleeping Cars on all through irains. Old Dominion Steamships leave Norlork on Mon Thursday and Satur dap, Tuesday, Wednesday, Mann lloudoir IlufTet Sleeping Car on all trains. day at 6 30 p m for New ork, D. O. KUWAHDS, Gen'l Frt. A Pass JOHN C.GAUI.T, General Manager, For Tickets, Rales, Information, etc., apply to Ant R.CARKOI.I., General Superintendent. Icket office or address J. gUlNI.AN, (leu. AdurtlMni Aitt C,en I Pass. Ae . C. WICKHAM, General OITces, St. Paul llmMIng, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati Ohio. H. U KUI.LLR, Arr I.exinKton White aulphur Stir I1IRS.. Charlotlsville VMJ IlllCt Lc 00 t in p m 11 50 3 so 10 p m 40 50 00 p J5 a in 0 35 a tn 7 no to in 7 40 4 P " 8 2) a ItlflADDOWy. ti I "1 V' !" i3 nli J' uj ultcon niniin. "1i"'r Ucceser. i"sAi,idKrtiis ..'..rwlV. l;ns.i',f.,j,ifain jii e,,fa-'1- . ji itf iiiVi?iii fii. a..... ..'jyjifti. n it sr Jvki .ro .iii,, .si