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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888111301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. m Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. d888. NO. 79, SURGEON W NEWS CONDENSED. MT. VERNON, ,. 1 . IW Dili) ., J , 1 tllllt IK' llIlHKl't IUlllHl'lf toitHU'COV- - ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. 1 Mrs. dipt. John hodwich, of Merlmvc nil lIIimilj.,,ill, IM.WUIWl0M tImt ,,0 cer, died last week. will lm uiitiroly Hiiccufsful, and tilthiiati- Senator Uariiuin, of Connecticut, IMtAlSIK TJilC LOUD. ly will rcsciii' nil llli wri'tchi'il civiitiiri'M is thought to be dying. from tlio l)c'8trovor. Henry .Middleton, formerly of this LRTTKK FHOM CiKOKOKO. IUKXK that I iy rotrilmtinn; or the fit-- 1 section, died at Columbus, Texas. tuie iiuiiirdiiiiuiit of both Kiliit iimt Bin-- 1 ; Albeit Owens, who was shot by nl nun or tho torincntH of Gchtmnir, or tlio Mt. Stkui.inu", Kv., Nov. 10, 1SSS. ' ileputy marshal on the day ol election 1kaii IsTKitioii: I am very jslnd the jmnjw of tho Ll dwttli; or anytliiiij; tliat at Mt. Sterling, died on tho Otii. flection Ih over, ami tho country can .Scripture iilllrnis, la as false as false can' It is sUite that 1.H7- -' passenger trains liavo a elianco to wttli' down once moio. lie. and depait from New York every IViwiniillv, I lmvc Ioiik hIiici' made up1 I cannot too often repeat it. Tin thimr day, requiring fiom 7,000 to 8, 00 caw. my mind to be "subject to the powers that divides mo from my clerical broth-tha- t The justices of Pulaski elected Hon. hk," whether democratic or ropublU ren is this; I atlirm that tho devil dots James Denton to Ml out tho unexpired' can. 1 think that one of tho ugliest lea- - am. mat they contend God does in the term of County Judge Tartar, deceased. tun of our government I that which way of punishment; with one exception lJie l heodore uuginsleamsnipioun-dere- d turns one half of our fellow citizens into only the eternity of torment. in the Uritish Channel, carrying I charge their doctrine with the sin "rebeis" against constitu down with her 70 souls and property ted authority, every four years. At this ami shame of the defeat of the "HigSix" valued at $500,000. blessed moment, perhaps, a plurality of whom Col. Ingorsoll has pulverized in Chief of Police Hubbard, of Chicago, the entire population of the Tnlted (?) turn. I charge their perversion of God's says that ho will allow no parades on States are traitors to "all in authority, character with the shame of the vmt, Nov. 11, in honor of the anarchists who they dare not deny, that no religious (prospective); from the l'residen.-electt- o were hanged on tlta. day last year. ifmi publication society on earth dares to sui'dlest olllcinl whom his the Frank Turner, of Westerlleld, Mass., will put In power. A ml these will abuse print the entire controversv. There is confined in jail at Springfield awaiting their rulers "like pickpockets" till a turn not a sane man in America who doesn't action of the grand jury on the charge of the wheel ousts them, when, jiitah, the know that if victory were w jth the "llig of adultery, hanged himself in his cell. other half of Ibis enlightened nation, in Six" there could not be found printing A heavy snow storm in Northern their turn, will become disloyal to the presses enough to Knitter the various Kansas Friday delayed all railway trains A petition from our beautiful itions of the great debate. Tl at only and prostrated telegraph wires. The church Litany is apropos: "I'rom nil ' the inlldet publication house dissemi-wditloi- i, storm was the heaviest in that section privy conspiracy and rebellion, nates it, broadcast fully and honestly for years. good liiti) deliver us." I commend It printed tells out the Mil story. Why Mrs. Scott, of Dresden, Out., driven to the jtious democracy, at least, in this will honest men and women reftico to insane by her husband, who habitually look this awful fact in the face? And trying crisis of their hlstoiy as a party. came home drunk, beat him to death And. as a help to them in learning this, why will they not own that such a line Wednesday night while he lay in n mobt dilllcult of all lessons, the graceful of defense mist Ihj wrong, because there drunken stupor. acceptance of defeat, I would suggest is nothing but defeat all along the line? S. Circuit Judge At San Francisco that abstractly -- the eagle it a nobler! And why will honest souls not earnestly Sawyer rendered n decision in the test bird than the "rooster," that (Jen. liar- - search for some other method of turning cases of two Chinese, holding that inas- Hson is conceded, on all hands, to bean the tide of haltle against thecommouen-lucormptlbl- o niiieh as they were born in the luted christian gentleman; that.emy? Again and again I urge the inex-h- e States they are eiti.ens. comes of a historical stock, whose orable logic of r.t-r- s. President Johnson, of the Kentucky The closing meeting last night was a fame Is the Nation's heirloom; and that l'ress Association, has unpointed Col. E. he was man enough to stand up for the triumphant one. The rain poured in C. Colgan, of the I'ineville Messemrer, us "heathen Chinee" in the faceof a strong tonents just about assembling time. Hut a delegate to the National Association, lopular opposition, because he thought it didn't seem to ailed the congregation place of V. T. Havens, who cannot was full of K- "Celestials" had certain rights that a in the least. The court-hous- e Twelve persons lost their lives, ei grvat, chivalrous nation ought to res-- , earnest people and I hope the message the dear 1jiiii gave me will long abide ther by burning or jumping from the jK.ct, Steam Gauge and Ijintern building, in Tho more I think of the "grandson of! with them. I know we will long remeniberthe Mt. Haines at Rochester, N. Y., nnd over 'M Ids grandfather," the more I feel that 1 can be heartily respectful to hint ns my Sterling meeting; for the kindness of the were injured. Pecuniary loss over $2'0,-00j President. Which I would try to be, people; the honest, earnest hearing they iwvo our gospel; and the wonderful hos- There have been 120 eases and :U1 he a bad man. even were Notlcc, I am not drifting into politics. pitality we enjoyed in the elegant homes deaths to date at Decatur and 4,481 cases There I nm only preaching a little sermon to j of the best people in the little city. God and ItSo deaths nt Jacksonville. one and all, for their gentle was 1 new case at Decatur and 12 new my defeated democratic brethren, on 1'1 cases and 1 death nt Jacksonville Sun"When found, makea note j courtesies to this little Troupe, and Itom. i:i:l-day. us dipt. Cuttle said, and "govern unite us in the "Morning Und." Kver in Jesus, Oko. (). Hahskh. A terrible explosion occurred in a yourself accordingly" as the "brethren coal mine at Pittsburg, Kas., entombing of the mystic tie" rejea. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. 100 men 112 feet below tho surface of the From election day on, the weather has earth. All but M were rescued, these Turn the rascals out! Ik'cii atrocious. Hut our congregations The agony is over and the boys have being either suHbcitcd or killed by fallhave kept up beautifully. I cannot give n better idea of the interest than to tell settled down to quietly wait, four, four, ing Walls. The cowardly white republican who you that, twice (luring that awful weaJh-- j four years yiore. Col. J. K. Faulkner, Steve and Kd struck Rev. Allen Ross, colored, with a er, 1 knew two ladies venture to drive In the Muck night from their homes, four Walker and John Parks left yesterday on stoiie, because he was making democratic speeches, was sentenced in Fleming miles in the country, to town and liack, j their annual deer hunt in Tennessee, W. S. Miller has rented his famous county to pay a line of $"2o nnd stay in with no protection but their gentle puri-- 1 tyantl intrepidity of tnist in Hod; and "Miller's Hotel" to Mrs. Mary Holmes, jail ten d.iys. Mrs. George Hirsh, of Nl'varro counFrom that in the very midst of the riotous who will take possesion m-nethat marked this heated canvass nil that we know of Mrs. Hohneswemay ty, Texas, aged 27, has broken the recsafely wiy that the spti'iidid reputation of ord by giving birth to a litter of 0 chil . in the 10th district. dren. The little brats are doing well and the hotel will lie sustained. I intended trohur to Paris Thursdav, We understand that Mr. Iluumhoy so is the mother, but the less said about but so many asked me to protract, if but two days, the services, that I remained IUllou, of your county, will be married the father the better. The Ctinard steamer Unibriu ran inAnd I am very glad of it, Wednesday to Mis Xellie Gaines anil until e gave me the oppoitun'ty of round- will move to our town Thursday and at to and carried away tho stern of the for it Line freight steamer, Iberia,ouLong ing oil' some points that I should have once embark in the grocery business here. Mr. H.dlou and wife will board at Reach, Sunday. The "Iberia was run regretted leaving unexplained. ashore and her crew taken aboard the There are so many that think I deny Mrs. J. C. Hemphill'.. Max Scott, one of our young men, I'liibria, which returned to her dock nt punishment; who continue to asfuture sert, in spite of all my denials, that I am i ho has been working in the mines at Xew York. Another horrible murder of a fallen deny tho atone-in- . Lily, was seriously hurt a few days ago that 11 I iiivcrs.ilist; from the roof of woman has occurred in London, witli I do not preach repentance; 'by the falling of slate nt, tiiat His leg w.is broken and his the same revolting features of bodily that I teach things that every act of my back severely bruised. The miitilatilatiou as chaructcrir.cd those in Smine. life and word of my mouth testify as who was working witli Max the Whitechapel district, It is naturalto me; I meet mi much and such ly attributed to the same hand and tho misrepresentation, that 1 at Un tinw of the accident was killed. persistent police are as far as ever from solving the have to be very perseveiing in my rebutMoney, the loot of all evil, would be hideous mystery. tals, and go over explanations again and useless hi case of cholera without Gan- again, before I can make any headway How to Secure Christmas Gifts. ter's magic chicken cholera cure, It is against the opposing torrent. It is a Only .1 khort time und Christmas will be here. L't by Mi Roberts it Stagg. t Don 50U want to know how to be enabled to great comfort that, wherever we go, we warranted till your friends with appropriate gifts at the hosts of friends, whose leave behind us Syrup of Figs expense of onlj a few hours' nork? Then write minds have been disabused and whose Js Naturo's own truo lnxativo. It is the to Street & Smith, P O. Hox j6j(, New York City thoughts of the Messed God have been most easily taken, nnd tho most effective for partlcul.us. radically changed for the rest of life. known to Cleanse- tho System Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Here, us elsewhere, I have steadily in- remedy when Bilious or Costive; to dispel HeadThe best salve in the world lor cuts, bruise sisted that the great tight is .not between chapsores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, (iod and the sinner, but between God, aches, Colds, and Fovors; to Cure. Habit- ped Hands, chilblains, corns'.ind all tetter, erupskin Friend, and Satan, the sin- ual Constipation, Indigestion, Tiles, etc. tions, and positively cures piles, or no pay rethe sinner's Manufactured only by tho California Fig quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfacner's enemy. Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. tion or money refunded. Price 3$ cents per box. I have steadily taught that Satan both For sale by A R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. For salo by A. H. Penny, Stanford. then torments tempts men to sin and bllJI 10 liU 1 f Aft U rtU II 1 j -- i ut d-i- j iv e. I l. j , 0. 7. t''. re-on-," j i to-da- s j to-da- Fa-br- The young republicans jollified here' Friday and Saturday nights. Petitions are already in circulation hero praying for the postollico. Tho scruiuble for ofllces under the new administration has opened here. In taking Harrison's pills be careful to use no fresh pork of the Little Red Hog variety. A surprise party by the young ,Ues of tho town was" had at Miss Mollic Coylo's Saturday evening. A nice time j reported. We are under the impression that WIUI1 t,e areat Meiminir out dav. March 5th, arrives that there are some ollicials now serving L'ncle Sam who will cause but little regret by their forced departure. Chesnut's friends who met him here when brought by Detective Newland say they did not come with any attention of forcing him from Mr. Newland, but to protect him from being murdered by Kitts white under arrest. -- Dr. Flanagan and wife, of Powar's Store, Casey county, nro visiting nt this place. P. Parrott, the hustling machine man of your place, was hero rushing things last week. J. C. Dcllorde is in from Missouri on n visit. C. Crooke, of Altamont, was here Sunday. John Hector is running the section here while J. W. Pollard rests la days. Little Miss Lucy A. Crooke, who was 8 years old Saturday, entertained about 20 of her little friends ranging in ages from 5 to 10 Saturday evening at the residence of her aunts, Misses Ida and Mav Adams. The juvenile crowd, after a sumptuous dinner, enjoyed the balance of the evening in various chil- drcn games, etc. All enjoyed themselves hugely and expressed their thanks to their charming little hostess for her ef-forts towards making tho evening pleas-i- n ant for her little guests. The Arkansas Citv Kansas) Travel- er of last week, in speaking of the mar riage of a Rockcastle girl, says: "Yesterday an event occurred in society circles that will long be remembered. Wo refer to the wedding of Mr. Harry Squiers to Miss Louella X. Brown, which occurred in the First Presbyterian church in the presence of about 7." guests. The ceremony was performed by Rev. in his most approved manner and The inteit was very impressive. rior of the church was tastefully decorated by tho L. I). R. society, of which the Tho bride was an honored melnber. groom is one of the most enterprising merchants in Arkansas City. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. S. Rrown, who removed here from Mt. Vernon, Ky. Since her acquaintance commenced in this city she has been recognized as one of the leading society ladies and soon welcomed her friends by the scores. After a magniliccnt supper at the homo of tho bride, the bridal party embarked on the Santa Fe train for St. Louis. They will visit Chicago, MichiiMii, and Iowa before their return to this city. The presents were numerous and costly. The Traveler wishes to extend its congratulations to the new couple, wishing them a happy, prosperous life." Mc-Casl- in DENTIST, KY STANFORD-- C ROYAL KKII 1 Office on Lancaster street, In room recently by Dr. V. II. Penny COTTAGE FOR RENT r My cottage on Upper Main street, Stanford, next to W. If. Higgins' residence. Alio the cottage next door, now occupied by Mr. J. I. Davit Possession to hrst named given at an time and to latter on Nov nth. MRS. LOTTIE HOLMES. f Danville, Ky 73-t- iPlI POWDER Absolutely Pure. Ihis powder never vane. A marvel ol purity strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kindi, and cannot be told in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only In cant. J. II. HILTON. . R. DAVIS. HX3CTON & BATHCS DEALERS IN General Merchandise, ROWLAND, KV., a new stock of Men'i and Hoys' Clothing, Hai( Caps, Hoots, Shoes, Dry Goods, family Groceries. Also dealers tn Notions and Coal. Country produce taken in exchange for goons at highest market price. Come one, come all, and learn the advantages in trade. Ilavcjuit opened PKllErtW fWlOLACREAM i m i Ar &XIOM LTrnniir Royal Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall i' A a, Street, New Vorlc. TifCrc F JITJKMTMA.U", Ksntucky. SURGEON DENTIST. Stanford, Office south tide Main, two doors above ESTRAY ! most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and white. Viola Cream is not rt paint or Depot St, powder to cover defects, but a remedy to cure. It Is superior to all other preparations, and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At druggists or mailed for 50 Prepared by u Ins. iAver-Mole- s. Pim ples, Black-HoadSunburn and Tan. A few applications will render the 'in o prcparaiion.TTiinoui i nlnrv rfimnviti ivranlr. Thfre came to my farm about thu middle of September ; mountain eve, which the om--r can get by paying for grating and for this notice. W V. A1IRAIIAM, 76 mi Crab Orchard, Ky. G. C. BITTNER &, CO., TOLEDO, OHIO. THE FLORENCE For Sale at McRoberts Stage's, Stanford, Ky Two tnllct South ol Stanford on Neat' Creek Addrets me at Carlisle, Ky. W, CIIAIG. FOB, SALE. WASHING MACHINE House and 25 Acres L,and Washing bought the rightnow sell the Florence have to Machine and am prepared to furnish I NEWCOMB HOTEL. all who may wish to save their clothes from the rubbing and tearing incident to the nld process of washing. Take one and try it and be convinced, l'llnot worry you about buying unless you are fully satisfied a. to its merits. MT. VEHNON, KY. This old and well-knoHotel is still maintain ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. M. P. NEWCOMB, Prop., S3-- . Mt, Vernon, Ky. The undersigned have purchased the Florence Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, and without hesitation pronounce it a success in every particular, doing all that is claimed for it: Wm. Daughterly, j. W. Wallace, Dr. Ilourne, Mrs.S. P. Sailer, A. C. Sine, Hill Perkins, Lewis Dudderar, 1. K. Lynn, I.. L. Dawson, C. Vanoy, Mrs. Amanda Peak, George Peyton, Alex Holts, claw, C. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. E. Harrow, A. M. I'cland and many others. Headquarters at S. S. Myers' store. LOUIS SOHLEQEIi, M.F.ELKIX. PHOTOGRAPHER, KICIIMONTJ ICY. TO THE aroTicE i CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. I Photographs in all styles and sires. Pictures in Having rrcently equipped a fine Roller Mill in India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. Xew de- the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal in quality of flour, we think the citirens ol signs in Frames and Mats .it very low prices. the county should have county pride enough to patronize and sustain the lame. We wish to in form whom it may concern that we are in the market to buy your wheat and corn and will alC. A. BENEDICT & CO., ways give the highest market price for same. We some new machinery to Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, have added and can now make meal our corn meal department In suit any person. It cannot be equalled by any other mill this vicinity We solicit a trial in our flour and STANFORD, KV. in meal departmeut. All having grain in our hne for sale will please call at the Mill, where our agent will be found at all times, who will give the Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished best prices for same. Ilran and shipstuff always factory prices. 3 in stock W. N. POTTS, Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co 5 lf kin-sin- g, S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, :UT. VEHXOX.fvV. Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. Special attention given to diseases of children 377-t- I I .KH rctTTk3 itt HMMHMi Y! Leaing Doth e)lwilSVHtI,NtwMBATCHICAC0Hi"(gF f. A NEW FAST MAIL LOUISVILLE & 0. H. M'ROBERTS, M. D., STANFORD, KY. Office on Lancaster Street, oppo.ite Court-Hou- se Having remoted to thN place from Liberty, to practice Ills profession, calls the intention ol the pub lie to the fact that he will bo ready at all hours day or night to ansner calls in town or country. Thirty years of his lile were spent in Stanford and he deems It tiniieccss.iry lo speak ol his ability as a physician mid surireon. Ashareofrtie patron-ag- e of the people of Stanford and vie nity isnsked by hi in. 65-t- f CINCINNATI The Teacher Who advised her pupils to strengthen liy tlio uso of Aycr'a Sar. Kitparilln, appreciated tlio truth that bodily health is essential to mental vigor. For persons of dclleato and fcoblo constitution, whether young or old, this medicine 1 remarkably benclklnl. 15 0 sure you get Ayor's SursaparUla. " Every upritig nnd full I take a num. berof lKittles of Ayor's SarxnpariUa.and Mrs. James II. am greatly bencllteil." Kastmait, Stonclmtn, Muss. "I have taken Ayor'a SursaparUla with great benefit to my general health." Mit.s'flilra 1.. C'terur, Palmyra, Md. "My daughter, twelve- years of age, has suffered for the past year from Dally, Secures to Travelirs, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Kver attempted between the rcat commercial cities on the Ohio Itiver and Chicago, and hence the fastest time and most comfortable trains be. tween all points in the South, or to the West and Northwest. The counterpart of this train on all trunk lines is denominated The Limited feprcss. The superb rolling stock we employ ghe patrons Unlimited Comfort. MrrAt all Coupon Ticket Offices In the South you will find our time tables and tickets. Say Morion, get Monon and stick to Monon, il you want to sate money and have a pleasant journey. E. O, McCORMICK, General Passenger Agent, Chicago. City Ticket Agents and Officers: I. M. lli'CKNKR, 31 ith Ate., Louisville, Ky E, A.Torhexck, wj Vine t., Cincinnati, Ohio 1 their minds nt The Louisville Post, Kttablishcd S;3 Published Every Afternoon, Except Stinda) II.i". the largest circulation of any daily paper ill f.ouistille. 'I he onlyeveninir paper that prints the news of the United Press Association. Average circulation for the last 6 months ocr pre-eu- General Debility. Buttles, .South Chelmsford, Mass. using Ayor's "About a year ugo I Sar.npnrilla as a remedy for debility and neuralgia resulting from malarial I was In a very oxpo.Miro hi tho nimy. bad condition, but Mx bottles of the with occasional doses of Ayer's Pills, have greatly Impioved my health. I am now iiMu to woik, and feel that I cannot say too much for your excellent 1 A. Plukham, South remedies' Moluucus Me. "My daughter, sixteen years old, Is using Ayer's Sarsaparilla with good effect.'' Itev. S. J. Graham, United Brethren Church, lluckhannou.W.Va. " I suffered from - her Ayer's SursaparUla. Her health hao greatly Improwd." Mrs. Hurrlet II. A few weeks since, wo began to clvo It is the home paper for the people of the Ohio Valley An a newspaper it takes the front rank, while mc gcucrm literary Department nutkes it empnat lb.111) iiiv laiiuiy iMpcrvi iiicauuiu. Subscription' lly mail eo cents ner month 'nos. ;,e $jpercjr (potage free.) Till: I.OUISVILLK POST, 318 V. Green Street, Louisville, Kv. IJ.OOO. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. The Great I & To The Kr o THROUGH TRUNK LINE. wm m contradicted the monstrous theology of Auselm at every point. I utterly deny that our Savior died to reconcile God to man, but on ho contrary, His precious Cross reconciles men to God, And so far from God being enraged with man, His lovk is tho genesis of of tho Cross itself; since "G011 so loved tho world that Ho ciavk His Son" for its ransom anil redemption from the devil. It is true that, when onco I see that God has been robbed of His property them for it; while the dear God's utmost endeavor is, 1st, to keep men from sin; to stave oil its consequences. nnd That lie has nothing in Him that either approves of sin or its penalty. I hold with increasing tenacity that it is wrong to follow tho blind guidance- of an Italian monk of the darkest ago of the Church, Instead of the teachings of the blessed men who lived near tho Cross und tho Holy Apostles; and whoso doctrine for 1,000 years nftor Calvary M, Renews Her Youth. R. B. GEOGHEGAN, SUCCKSSOR TO The Only Perfect Remedy For habitual constipation, dyspopsia, and kindred ills is tho famous California liquid fruit romody, Syrup of Figs. It strengthens as well as cleanses tho system, it is ailly tukon, and perfectly harmless. For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. m m Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and liver Complaint? Shlloh't Vitaliier is guaranteed tn cure you. McRoberts A Stagg, Stanford ; Crow & Co. McKlnney; K W. Jones, Crab Orchard. Mrs, Phrcbe Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co., Iowa ells the following remirkable story, the truth of which is vouched for by tne residents of the town, I am 73 years old, have been troubled with kidney: complaint and lameness for many years; could not dress myself without help. Now I am free from pain and soreness and am able to do all my own housework. I owe my thanks to Electric Hitters for having renewed my youth and removed completely all disease and pain. Try a bottle, 50c and fl, at.. R, Penny's Drug Store. m m SOUTH & WEST Will, M'MIOHAEL, 511 THE HATTER, Louisville 4TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Nervous Prostration, been much lieuoli til by the use of Ayer's Sarsapiirilln. I nm now Mi years of age, ami nm Mtlistled tluit my present health ami prolonged life are due to the uso of Ayf-r'SiUKupniilla." Lucy Moflltt, Kitllngly, Conn. Mm. Ann II. I'aniswortli, a lady 79 years old, So. Woodstock, Vt., writes : "After eciverul weeks' suffering from nervous prontratiou. I procured a bottle of Ayer'j KursapiUilht, and before I had taken half of It my usual health The Nobbiest & Most Stylish To Nashville, Memphis, with lame back and headache, and liavo Stock of Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. Newport News & Miss. Valley Co. Only one change to points in Worth Knowing. 11 That llacknu Cough can bo to quickly eurcd by Shiloh't Cure. We guiraiitcc it. Mcltobeitt At Stagg, Stanford; Crow At Co., McKinuey; E. W.Jones, Crab Orchard. Sleepiest njghlt made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh' Cure it tho remedy for you McRoberts & Stagg, Stanford; Crow & Co,, Mc Kinney; K. W. Jone., Crab Orcturd. Catarrh Cured, healih and sweet breath secured by Shiloh't Catarrh Remedy. Trice jo cent. Nasal Injector free. McRoberts & Stagg, Stanford; Crow A-- Co.. McKlnney; E. W. Jones, Crab Orch. aid. Mr. W, H, Morgan, merchant, Lake City, Fla was taken with a severe Cold, attended with a distressing Cough and running into Consumption In its hrst stages. He tried many so called popular cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Was reduced in Mesh, had difficulty in breathing and was unable to sleep, Finally tried Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption and found Immediate relief, and after using about a half dozen bottles found himself well and has had no return of the disease. No other remedy can show so grand a recordof cures as Dr, King's New Discovery for Consumption, Guaranteed ts do Just what is claimed for it. Trial bottle free at A. R, Penny's Drug Slots' FALL HATS, KkcrbroiiKlitto the city of Louisville, now open including the world-renown- KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS returned." lAnda'somy own importation of English Hats (and Caps, An elegant line of Canes and Lyon's Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. Fine ARKANSAS & TEXAS. EMIGRANTS Ayer's Sarsaparilla. riiKrAUKD nv Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Matt. Price $1; li bottles, 5. Worth $3 a bottlt. I the line of this SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, CAPS, Seeking homes on Special rates. road will receite 4VSce agents Glot-eand other Kur, a specialty. Orders out Ac,, or write to ot this Company for rates 'routes klde of city solicited, perfect sallifactlon guaran. C, I'. Al'MOKE O. I', fc T. A.. teed. IWliail toordera NOIJHY HAT. U lyr Louisville, Ky s , . uWfcLa '.K.J - A. !W PWwP Semi-Week- ly mHBHBHIW? Tswr,I FRESH FACTS FROM ABROAD. m fc. I- - & Tint gravo of Keats, ttio poet, at Homo, Is to bo dug up because it is in the Hue of u new road. Stanfokd Ky.. JJovemhku 13. 1888 Is foiir years tlio Mrltlsh Museum 1ms acOf tho Business of Mrs. J. F. WEAREN, dealer in quired 570,000 specimens In tho department of zoology alone. A xr.wdovlcoof the Patriot io Ijeuguo of P. Franco is to engrave mi iiionumetits tho , tho blank being thodatoof Ibmres 1S70-1tho war of Hovunge, which is loft to tho ImAx effort will 1)0 made to prevent CarCarlK, agination. lisle from taking his stmt in the 51st ConTnr.it:; are !,&) Americans in Honduras gress, because .the ballots east for him engaged In mining. Tliero was about si,. 000,000 of gold and silver taken out last wore perforated instead of bclngeutwith year, chlell.v from one mine, and this veur even edges. It is claimed tlint the por- tlio product will reach W.o.w.ono. conunjust prejudices, unfair repieseiitutions .forntions nre distinguishing marks A smiles of proclamations linvo been pub j trary to law, but the point is too line for and the gtwutie ami combined offoits of lished with reference to tho future Government of New Guinea. Tlie.v prohibit tho j all the monopolists of the country, any but partisan republicans to see. It Int6xi-eatin- g supplying of natives with is-was a very idiotic, piece of business to use , liquors or cplum. und forbid all Star-Kye- d Tun other paits of this country may j ballots that any doubt could arise about, to remove natives from their home. wag us it will, but this is a democratic It Is said Unit there are now orders ahead the country will hardly submit to but town and Lincoln is a democratic county hi the 6hops of Paris ai.d London for nit tho Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, Enginos, Threshing; Machines, Clover the unseatinu' of n man who isolected by golden hair that can bo purchased In is also said Hullars, Saw Mills, Feed Cutters, Horse Powers, Hay, (1,000. It and don't you forget it. Were it not for next live years. With the dissemination tho a clear majority of of Tiik Cincinnati Kiiquirors Washing-- 1 the colored brother there would not be Intelligence peasant girls nro growing Urer. ArmpSwope will put in a that Grain, Seeds, Coal, &c plea for Breckinridge's seat, in cum.1 the ton correspondent tells the terrible tale j enough republicans in Stanford to form more ami more reluctant to part with their Allot which arc refully ulected from tho Suinhuti Mamifaciorlei f tho country. hair. republicans have a majority, which seems thus tersely: Comptroller Durham, of a corporal's guard. Republicanism is de-- 1 1 in: past summer was the wettest that on the grounds that the Treasury Depiiitnient, has returned cidedly below pur here; in fact, it is in Knglund bus experienced slnco lbJtl and tho more than likely, some of his nigger friends were refused from Kentucky and will remain here until the minority in tho whdle country by j coolest slneo lh0. In most parts oi tho country tho sun did not shlno more than un the right to vote. Hunter also says he nfterthe inauguration. It doesn't ndd that about 100,000. nvcrnjro of four to four and hours per (joodknight and so on. he will walk home.butif he does it wont will contest witli day. In ' Tiikiii'.'i.i. no tears be shed over the about live Scotland tho dully average was hours. If the thing keeps up, McCreary is about be for the lack of company. There's Sam ia years ngo woric was uogun on n new the only democratic Congressman from Walton and a host of other Kentucky defeat of Mutson for governor of Indiana Kentucky, who will sit in the olst Con- - bovH who will take the joh of counting by tluwo democrats who have observed palueo for tho Mikudo of Jtiiiau, and new it i"" " n. v.""""" is course in Congress, lie voted u, dining-roo- """""' scat X"an "' ' lililiwilll i.vuno liv.3 ti,i, iva Will imrsons; AND oven Mu Cleveland's veto of the pauper uure for tho Ktato Department tho furnl GOODS. yoaklni of .Indue Durham, whitt's all camo Tub democratic leaders haven't got the matter with making him governor pension bill and uftorwnrds offered a bill from Germany, and In one of tho reception sense enough to lead a goose, to water. in 18111 V He is too good man to be, which was even n greater swindle than rooms Is an Anioricun p'auo. We Invito Attention, to our Complete and Carefully Selected Tug Urltlfih nro mindly imshtoiz tholr mado'great claims that Michigan permitted to retire from public life yet j that huge fnuul. Besides he is n blath-- j They ' India railway yteuis in Afghanistan. ' Stock Of would go democratic and sent our own awhile. erekite and a deinnirogiiu of tho worst irasuin, n point twenty-tlv- o miles beyond Quctta, to which a railway is open for type. Henrv Wntterson thero to discant on ti utile, has become an emporium of Canda- Hkasoxs are plentifully given for the Goddess of Reform, and the Star-Eye- d Tiik gain of one Congiessmnn in Ken- - har. In u single week recently live hundred what is the result? The republican ma- defeat of U rover Clevehuul, but nil oth . I... t.1.1 i ;..,.. ,,..,. wiiiwi un .. iruun, wikii unti mcrciinnuiso i ..i mu '(..i... ... i ,.........( " wore brought there for mn (ago to India. jority jumps from il.t'.OS in WSl to about era shik into insiguiiiciiiice moim-w- o real- one that he didn't turn the rascals out. jority is some consolation t democrats A NnuiY organized political ,rty In Wonder if the fools IW.OOO in 1888. &e. ly did believe they hud any chance of Had he cleaned out the Augean stables ' these hours of gloom. Ooodnight's, Japan has for Its. programme: Tho re- oi ;"" i " In mini tax, uio anoiuiontho itl, tlm imiinritv in tlio id is nboilt "tlOU ami l carrying the State? If they did, it is ut the start ..,.1 nt,i centralization the riilmliiistrntioii. !Uh is :JnS. We redeem Introduction of tho volunteer system Into hut another proof of their lack of politic- horses that had secured his victory, he Pavnter's in the tho Mb and lose the 10th, which soOnis the army, und tho revision of tlio existing would be the President-elec- t al sagacity. treaties, view of The olliees belong to the successful par- to have elected Wilson over D.iy by less ' an equal with thewith otherputting Japan on footing powers In interTo Pue.side.vt Haiuuson: We do not ty and if it is to be denied them n ma- than oOO. All national intercourse. intend to embarass your administration jority of the workors on either side will Tun hatid of tho "restorer" run been wentintoolllce with laid No president ever iqion Westminster Auboy, to the by rctaining.au olfiec that rightly belongs see no especial need of tearing their of l'eprcsentatives and Indignation of llio llntlsli public infriends, therefore we shirts over the result of nn election. The u hostile House to your political Mr. Harrison will not either. The latest terested In tho preservation of Its antique tender our resignation as displayman of civil service law is ore of the frauds nnd figures give the republicans that body glory. Some authority has taken uwuy tho of the weather signals at Stanford, to shams that tho republicans will not be tomb of Kir (tiles D.iubeuov, in order to reby II majority. place It bv ntiothor, notwithstanding tlio take effect at noon March 4th, or as soon nccused of fostering. proposition was sulnnitUM to tho Society of thereafter as you may designate. Atthe All is lost save honor, and that's part- - Antiquaries mid disapproved by Uioui Inst Tiiekk is one pleasant feature about ly gone also. time please send usJothatthe pole spring. It Is said now that- the Into Ktnpcror t and u?. We do not want to the business, after nil. That old mugIn the table below the ollicial vote of Frederick Issued an order that for tho work for nothing, and thiow them in wump, Kndicott, whom Cleveland dis future no Uermuii ofllcur slmuld appear In covered nn ay up in Massachusetts nnd this Congressional district is given, uniform as cop t on parade, nt moss or on . to our successor. maind(4 Secretary of Wnr, will have to where it could be obtained, nnd the some offlcial ocni'ilmi. Hitherto tho Gorits It is well our Garrard county friends walk the plank after the 4th of March, jorities in the other counties. It shows man nnny 1ms livixlofin Unit uuiform. one pur- - Coraprising ExtensivcJIines of Newest and most Fashionable practice arising Lades' had their fun before the election. They lie was u beautiful creature, to be sure, McCreary's majority to bs a,07S. The ticulnr iidvuntujo from fact that ewor tho onieoM could Shoes, Gents' Boots and Shoes, Children and Baby Shoes, missed it entirely otherwise. toadvixe with a democratic president Little Uod Hog didn't seem to root out affordtnosuitnblo would have Rubbers ' a Overshoes, Etc. Men's rubber's at 25c, Lailcs' do. 25, Misses' 25. A friendiells us that the pillant Col. and tell him about the wishes of the par- the democracy in this district anything to their uniforms. over, nt onco rescinded tho order. Fain Miller is as resigned as possible un- -' ty and public opinion generally. Besides to speak of. Ar the lust drawing of the Prussian iler tho circumstances. "Was your wife if he ever turned n rascal out or turned lotlory tlioffrand priw of 1 75,053 wont to to death?" asked a clergyninn, anything hut the cold shoulder to Mr. lesigned u Siloslau. Curiously a. of an Irishman who had lost his better Watterson, the fact is not of record. Bis fattier won tlio (raml pruo just forty COt'NTlHS. I years ago, nud llftoon years ago his uncle No Ono Can SOU you RESPECTABLE half. "To bo sure she was; why dom it, Coods ChoniJOr Wo Tin: question of State prohibition was tq be," was the reply. Tlhe man, shejhnd moot Anderson ,...MS !JS3 . in Qualitios NEARLY Itoylc In the whole rauttor Is that in ovory In- colonel's resignation is perhaps of tl 10, voted on in West Virginia Tuesday bust. Can-ariCood. ...J IS ijo far as heard from not a single county stance It was tho sanio number that capt- Kitne variety. Jncktnn : urcd tho prize. That number ought to bo -.- 1 117 in the State has given n majority in fa- - jaxiimlnc ......, tho uiojt popular holrloouis of tlio ; one of Tiik republican national committee vor 0f t)10 jUuenduient. In several rf5 lift) Lincoln......-.- .. 170 J family. Anna ciiiut.s it did not get a single vote. It is Ma'lisen. ............. agreed with that Viewed fruu mix standpoint. Nothing better cnu he had. Now you know ..... 171 19 NOT COMMONLY KNOWN. nature made n j jrolablf that the ollicial returns will Mercer whom Dickinson, Omiey 4$ (mmmU, for wa Intve i.ild 2t0 Kocktamle ....... j TiiKitr nro ten Indies In the world at tho ua and the jou tlio Tuuth wiilinut misiepro-sentatiiii- i. mistake in iniikiu; a woman, to pay 8,mv majority against it of (SO.OOO or Shrlhy -- .... n. pre.oiit time who bear tho title of Kmpros. ,1 4 -- ... :!0 lectures, with ' 70.OOO. TiipmI.iv u-S'iiccr . hers?:i,7o0 to deliver n HiMitv cold il.iv "I It cost tho Kings of I'uypt half a cent n the proviso that if Harrison was elected for others than tin democrats all over Total, day to my and txiard tho tmiidors of tho T3TS, she was to have So.OOO. 1 no tirstatnoiint this conntrv. pyramids. King .Solomon kik1 a ctint a day ' Election Echoes. to those who built his tomple. j was promptly paid, but the committee C.vsS. tiooriMiii makes flin Of what ho Tiihiik are t(U mountain peaks in tho The result of Ihu election drove two refuses to bhmd to the latter part of tho moro tluui 10.000 feet iu ' United Statos terms ".Snivel service reform, and says men to insanity at St. Louis. agreement and the old gal has brought holght. Tho hijrhost mouiitnlu ost of tho the!1'10 republicans are not going to wait to 15 .MJssKtiippi Finloy's majority in Pulaski Is 1.1 suit against it in the l . t. Court for b Mount llalfam Cono, tho turn the democrats out by mail but will and 1,500 in Whitley. Ho is elected by Iiluck Monuttiins of North Caroliua, in which balance. ' Is 0,071 feel high. bring the telegraph into service. If about 1,'"00. '- Sr.pTr.iimi 7. mini- Cai.ikouma gives Harrison 11 plurality Cleveland had adopted that policy we (tun. Harrison has received d.OOO vorsary of that18S5. wob the llftleth which stormy on of 10,000, notwithstanding his republi- would not be the under dog in tho fight congratulatory telegrams, from fellows Wllhuni D.irlin-r- , lioopor of tho Iymuhtono can opponents said in the Chicago con- now. It is too lutu to do any good, who wnnt ollicc- -. I'lghthouse. una his daughter, flraco Hora- ,0-,,Xlt vention that if ho was nominated the but it would be somu satisfaction to see What's the matter in Konloii conn- - cuo D.ar"'1,?' l)llt oul m an 1H,n of the to th9 steam turned out between now ty'.' Clevolimd carried it by l,.S.Sttnnd packet, smvlvors of the witvk element would see thnt his every l Forfarshire. would lose him the and March. record Tim f ur of soala Is coneeoled by a nontof Carlisle onlv bv l.L'OI. : must lnbortonsly ro- State by JIO.OOO. We hope that the re- -, Tin. wlm1 riinuliliouii S'tatn ticket in stiff ovorlmlr. which aLtri lb.Is)eAMilu . Iri "tilted that Gen. Harrison will Indiana is elected.' Tho plurality of Har- ' tlinvrul iMtfir-r- t Intv cniM ...v , ua uwawiw lu ma IUI tun unu publicans will proceed at once to repeal Seals from two' 10 four year old have sliins opening up of tlm questions law-an- d give the Chinese exclusion :!,000. 11 tialf to twolvo wulglilng from Jlvo and rison is between l.000 and thevseeni to '" lll Soutliurn States that will tend to ftilifnrnlMiH nil the. niir-tai(Jeorcla's ninjority for Cleveland poutijN, and thruo of ibeMt skins are ro. ' nice prejudices, whieh is ad- qui rod for a lndy'B sack. WIU,t with hor solid A "kxot" is a division of tlie vacated hy such men as .Shurmtui and reaches over 00,000 and log to uiensuro tho rate of n vomcI's motion. A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Tin: newspApers are already noinina- - others of his ilk. If he is a patriot and democratic delegation, she's nil right. The prohibition candidate for Con- Tho tiumhor of linots which ruti off from ting iiresidentinl tickets for 1 S!2. Hill, sensible liian be will nut his foot down tho reel in half u minute show's tho number disof Xew York, and Gray, of Indiana, seem llrnily upon it. Tho South will not sub-t- o gress got only o2 voves in the "th of tiHUlieul milos tho vessel travels in an JeH'er-so- n hour. A nautical mlloor knot is i,0S,- - feet; have the greatest number of ndvo- - mit to everything, even if she does seem trict, composed of Louisville ami county. ustututomilo is C230 foot--- a difference of New York Herald alone to be down, cates, while the The Cincinnati Kinpiirer says that 60rt.7fcct, nominates Orovor Cleveland. As the A oHninN-umiyouth can become a cadet Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in tho house formorlv occupied hv convention to nominate is years and (i! Tub Lexington Transcript suggests whatever party is iu the ascendency in at West l'oint, but can not bo appointed by sulli-ciennyono hut tho resident or u ltcprcscnta- - Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s Bakery, Restaurant and of time w; tlmtUrovt-- Cleveland will have more tho next House it will not have 11 months olf, there's plenty , tivo in CoiiRrcss. Thero nro ut the present nnliWtiin . timo to devote to domestic felicity nfter working majority. :n VU wuui c. mi, will 1ivccu CUIlSiailUV Oil flantt flVCrV- -- """"" of this matter later. think ux xuvv t uio several cniletd In that liiitltiitlnn whn "" the 4th of March ami that that little "ep- The majority in New York has not wero hom in central America, Peru, ire-- thing in their lino, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cake3 and the Best of Dki.awake remained true to the clem-- ' isode" for which the nation has looked been ollicially announced, but it is lunil. (Jormanv. Sweden and other .nnntrh-- i ! uanaies, n runs, nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at anv hour. outsjtlo of tho United BUites. Increased her majority for, in vain may at last occur. At any rate, enough for all practical purposes. Harocracy-anTnr. causoof the loss of tho famous iron- Cleveland from 4211 to :t,144, but she the paper thinks G rover ought to do rison's got it nnd no mistake. clod Monitor was said to bo a springing of spoiled it all by electing a legislature something better than raise chickens, Private advices indicate that Dela- nor seams uy oxixwuro to tlio heat of the which is republican by a majority of two. like Hayes is doing." ware will elect n democrat to the Tinted sun for u long period whilo lying nt Hampton Hoads, ami nil Inability to stand tho Respectfully, R. ZIMMER, This insures the retirement of .Senator: States Senate. It this bo true that body enormous strain of the wind and waves duriMiio .iiilalmrMwlrin addition of one to the tliMl tltt cnisu oi mauer aim wicck oi will stand :17 to :'.7. Courier-Journa- l. Wholesale and Retail. ing tho storm which overtook her off HaU .itii-.fkljif rvrtftt tntt ivjiuw ' iun, it in nuuiu vvriioiiiuiiuii 4iu 1ftfe. republicftii ninjority in Htn 1T v; vJtn. Jehu linker, the republican who teras. Tho date of hor sinking was that the rthern States of New Jersey gained some notoriety by defeating Morate. Ciusi'i.Nos and Crlspianus wcro two and Connecticut nre with us in our deep two years ago, is this time defeated brothers horn at Home, from which plnco Tiighe'm. bo no further trouble about, aliliction. They remain truo to the iar- - rison himself for Congress in the 18th Illinois they travoled about A. I). .'Ml to Soissous, in the surplus. The hungry republicans ty and to Cleveland, tho former State district by a democrat. Trance, to propniitc tho Uospel, und worked will attend to it in short order. All their electing a legislature, which will return as shocmukors so Tho newspapers nro amusing them- chargcablo to any that they tnljfht not bo one. Tho governor of wild-cschemes for its disposal, such as n democratic l S, Senator. PJGMMPo selves making cabinet slates forllanis-- j tho town ordered them to bo beheaded tho the pauper pension steal, the llliiir bill on, most of which will of course be very yea of their arrival, and they wore Wk were rather ashamed of our eiee fraud and so on ml nausenm, will all mado titular saints of tho broken. We speak in time, however, 8L Crispin's" Dc.y October "gentle craft." is to the front again, if they do not tioh news, which was condensed under for n place for Hon. llradley. eoino tSTwnutii gazetteers and encyclopedias make an immediate raid upon the treas-ur- v very unfavorable circumstances, till so 0. 1!. llieukenridgo like to have are authority for tho following relative digood n judge of such matters as Col. nnd divide tho spoils. been beaten in tho 2d Arkansas district mensions of Lake Kuperlur and Victoria Crnddock appropriated a column or more Nyanzn. Tho formor is ion milos long, and Ai.oxd with the democrats the prohi-- 1 of it in his .Saturday's paper, without for Congress by a republican, lie wasi Ifu. irrnntnat itrlilHt IfiA ttttlsia V.mn t fV)t that he did not go mw In lonffth nild 160 ,n breadth. Conso- so sure of bitionista seem nlso to hnve gotten n very credit, as usual, and of course. to his district during the campaign, lmt ' queutly SuiK'rior is tho largost body of bluck eye last Tuesday. They were hardfresh wator on ttio globe, notwithstanding L'oon old Virginin ! The republicans spoke continuously in New York. raco anywhere and seem ly known in the tno tact that somo writers, without nre actually claiming her electorial vote. says that the y'st proof, hazard the opinion that tho positivo Senator Konna distincto have held their own nowhere. Did anybody over think she would get Virginia legisjature is democratic by o tion belongs to tho African lake. Tiik growth of tho oyster la vory slow. Wk told (.J rover he was rather prema- so low V The Itichinond Dispatch says inajority,.thereby insuring his or some From four to six months It is no largor than ture in that Thanksgiving proclamation. the democrats still have her though by other democrat's election to tho l S. a silver and twiro thnt size ut The democrats haven't ft thing to bo the slender majority of 4,:),", Senate. It will take tho ollicial returns tho ond of a year. In artificial beds Us thankful for this year, not oven that they to settle the electoral vote, hutthechunc-e- s progress is usually slower. Tho full slzo Tui'.v seem to be still in is not attained until tho fifth to tho seventh are living. are in favor of the republicans. year. Purity of tho water iu which thoy "'fr Texas, but unfortunately the popular Will keep constantly on hand a large and solect line of Furniture nro found and tho caro bestowed on their to preside over the grave and majority don't count in presidential elec-t- ChrJatlun county Saturday voted n l.ivi culture aro both prlino factors In improving gieat I', S. rjenntel I! rent gods and lit tions. When last heiird from the demo- - subscription of 32O0.0Q0 each to tho Ohio their flavor, on which ucuouut oysters from and Undertaker's' Good3. Mv rjricni? will bn no ift,tr ntl tle lislii'si!. Hut-i- t cost him 11 cool Slot),- - j cruts were lffl.OOO nbend down there nnd Valley and the Cairo A-- lciinraM'o mil' special locahtlcs uro moro highly prized wu ub uuujjui, in mu Wwca. vnvc mu u trial ana you will be con-i"- -. Uiun others. 001) to get Uiuro nnd he ought to have it. still increasing their ninjority. vincett cnat 1 son iowor the Interior Journal W. WALTON, Mu. Wattkiiso.v was so stunned by the result that ho didn't recover consciousness till Saturday, when he broke forth in column and n half of double loads to explain the disaster. Ho says Mr. Cleveland goes down among Insown people, because of the friends he chilled into indifference, or converted into en-- : o.nies, partly through tho star of his destiny, and partly thro' tho lack of those amenities which go so far to make men strong, or weak, on oe- casions of emergency. He deserved a better fate, for an honester, braver man never occupied the White House. The lack of money and leaders is given as an- other reason of defeat, but Mr. Walter- son persists that it was not the tarill' , sue that did it, and that tho Goddess is still in tho'ringnnd not much ' disllmired at that. . Gov. Hn.t, may have been false to Cleveland, but his expressions before and nfter the election do not indicate it. Uesponding.to a serenade on his victory he said his success was marred by the shadow of the national disaster, and that j in common with every truedemocrat, he greatly regretted the defeat of President Cleveland in tho State and in the nation, He deserved better at the hands of the people of this country. Honest, brave and courageous, he gallantly led his par- fy in the great contest for tarill' reform, and sutlers defeat, owing to fale olanmr, GEO. D. WEAREN, Carriages, Kontl Mang'r f y Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons, Speeding Carls, Spring1 "Wagons, Buck. Boards, Wagons, Log .Wagons, Farm llre-aru.- Harness, ;'nay Wajjon Harness, Reapers, Mowers, unices, Grain Drills, Corn Planters, , i j j j tu "i SEASONABLE STYLES IN FALI WINTER ......... .' '" MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS Shirts, Collars. Culls, Neckwear, .. to-dn- In the Approved Styles from soe to $5. The largest Stock of ' TRUNKS & VALISES In this Section of the Country. flag-Tob- - FOOTWEA JRn fSr.Lm!dK 1 r : ' fTHE PRICES ARE LOW! prleo. S.BtPiK5ae2; doubtlfyoucannndanyonowllllneto as woll-kuow- I : ,.... THESE GOODS ARE BARGAINS. n . ' ; THTT PILO VE XJS, UTOWZJu BE CI.A1. UespcctfuIIy, , ; ' CALDWELL & LANIER N EW ' v ' anti-Chine- rai-cn- pro-Chine- , i fi-- tlioIl'loHe J i ls !NEW! N EW, J . 1 r qu. .."i, j j ... rtjs FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE Deceui-borl,16- ia SEW FUsmUBE STORE I at MA'OJK IKUIU'FM Afo i. f half-dolla- r, Bt, .,i tj wad. than I"t lowest. '1.. Or i ;! .. I . V Sr : . s "Semi-Weekl- y V XKW AMT.KTISKMESTS. Comb In now and select your winter My Mock in conipluto unci I can satisfy anybody. II. 0. Kupley. To lli'ii.uiiiw.SfiO.OOO brick now ready Stanfoiw, Ivy , NoVKMiii:it 13, 1888 f()r sale. V. F. lUunxuv. IIkaiiinu tho talk about taking the olllccri from tho democrats, little HowI'lie Furniir National Honk, Im sited l Stan-forAt.TIIOlltlf there W0IO S0V0I1 prcsl-thro- e ard Hrttco asked his mother in groat us in Lincoln iounl, Ky.t now ifiven to nil n.tice i dential tickets In tliu Held, only iC.c.VAL.TON. nuts. concern: "Will they .turn Mr. Walton i uii.ilrsaml lhcrctore nou or tuivinn c.wiin. ntunst miiI Hank holding Hot nny votes In thin county, mid ono of pre We Have Oponod a new Stock of out and put a republican to edit the In- - suid a..wiiuii tJOHN em intriu iuiI. wMjrinii. I). OWbl. V. Cashier. vorv tunny. them not -- Jonix i. ? TKIlinii Published Every Tuoudivy ond Friday r Tin: real estutu of J. .1. Nowland, on the Tin: endue of the mixed tmin in advertised for Niloonthupretii- - K. SW iUCU YKAH.IN AUVAXCUl C. jumped the trnek near" Paint Lick emiesuii j , Saturday evening and got so far down an ises near JTwiciiuraviiio u.i Oct the Stolen from m ii.a irwi, B.t Pa,d aa.5Q w,u be chatr.cd.n.o Dee. 5, isss. H will lirst bo Bold in six cmlMlllk,lltllt ml ,t ,ook nU Ills,,i t0 get UAKK HAS Mt'l.fc I (.11dle'eniglil ofreward 6,for $ju the tlnif nd mule or $15 (or ilie mule alone miiww iiihi uiun iw u wiioiw. it on, thereby delaying tho train duo hero kasun witrrr.. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Jiiiivtiuii City, Ky .. j; tf t"i .in"...i..v morning. Tiii, v..rv. ,in,.i.tf..i i.ii.ut.M.i .nt..rtii hi. .. i n Trains lease Rowland ut 5 35 a in and 7.10 am ,. . ,. .. ... ,, .1 Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Every-- I mem given oy rroi. uirrou mm ineuoin Milium tn .11 imnj 8.40pm lT is learned that the darkies hero arc thing is new, the .,ri.,wriK to jubilato over the election and Ssllvcr Hand at the Court-Hous- e L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. other night did not literally uriiiK down ()f nnrrilJ0ll noxt Krfdnv night. Poor do- Came to our tatl- - on the 1$ of Oct A K.njii! They have nothing spo MUL'SK COIOKKII Mll.1., U'- - hwiiJi hlL'h. Mail I ml string Nutth . li)i pin tho house, but it did a largo section ' ..131pm tnu plastering, wnicii ion ami catno near ,cial to rejoice over, but if it is enjoyment Owner can set him ly pujlnfor til feed c.iro U South t.iprct train njTpm injuring several ladies. houth.... lliiailcrtieinent it O " ACfltllSO VKR " Noitli . . .117 am for them to do so, we for one do not c rail orchard, k 6 30 m Local Freight Noith Ana every tning nas oeen seiectea witn great care, tne senior mem- object. ' South .635 ptn Sjll INX0X and Simon Miss L.vi.st ThcUtler trunk ! 4fij untn((i. r... ber's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with Tiik applicants for tho postolllce, 1 lie aIkivc i calculated n tndrd time Slr hiitnuo iiuvo arrived in jamilsviiioio preI It auttt so minute Uitcr, that the early bird catches the tine pare to open their professional Reason on discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and the 10th In "The Mystery of Audlej worm, are already around with petitions. I have nurihiued the lumber yardf of Meiiti M Urine and will open t.hrtsn who riftv rirriTrmt.lv nri Jan. ana 1st-nnrl Tnlv 1r. is ponorinllv MEANS BUSINESS. Court," in which hIio II iV appeared in If the republicans are as clever as the Ueorce l. ill earen rnlrrlianed of Mr wearen lilf. 'ari! the uiie " " t , , . WiwliiiiKtOM hint .lune, before a critical democrats were about the matter, Capt. iriiuc ininucr in . .. l Mild utcrkii, ...111 ....ny rujn.mhe, door and win ........ UCSireU. Watciikm ami jewelry repaired and lunRle, a large line of window Iticbaids will bo allowed to complete his latin. pot and the picket fence formerly told by iiiulience, which a greatly plonietl, warranted. A. 11. Penny. r S (j llOCKUR term, which does not expire till Februa- Mr. Vearcn. Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, Tub best place to buy drop, patent )s account of tho absolute refusal of ry, INK). There was no effort whatever medicines and toilet articles is at A. It. one of the men on the Laboring Men's made to oust his predecessor until his Pi'iinyV. A New Livery, Feed and Sale Stalls! Duv your school books, ink, tablets, ticket, uiven in lnt Nsue, to punnit the term was fully served. . tupcr, ijnc(ls and school supplies of all use of his name, Mayor Huniside, the oi- kinds from A. 1U Penny. t have pnr..hard the hri'k tahle on iiuator.of Uium iiuiiie. was a.tin ajipeal- - Tin: Nellie Walters Comedy Co. bus I gtmrnnteo all watcher and every ar- cd to, who after a careful survey of the been hooked for bometime to appear at ticle of jewelry I null to ln just as repre- Held, which is a veiy full one hereabouts, Walton's Opera House, ,Xov. I'Oth. K. sented. A. It. Penny. re Ims decided to nominate, dot. Tom IUcli- - C. Walton, who was in Lexington Satur- Formerly occupied ly J K Ilriue. hut mornSta I hae out the j ccntly by Jnhtill Carpenter her in tho "Last ble in thorough rrp.nr and tin lurniHhin it with - day niuht and saw anls for the vacancy, ns he will be elit.'iPERSOMAL POINTS. and feed of all kiil. .1 bran! Half," writes that "she was tip-toibteafl'M-th4th of .March Cross" New Stock of First-Clas- s .i.Kiri victim; friends MissJu.iv 1" Buggies, those who have seen her in "Criss Tun hetivy rain of Thursday put I.o- - sav s le is even lienor in inai. iiiunin- in Lancaster. Surreys, &c, INUi'iiu II h has a Misitlon on the (Jin- - j pin's preok on the bluest kind of a tear, j nlj ov,irH h,uld by no means miss her And am prepared to a nodate all who ma im and that night when Nunuelley's hus when she comes to Stauford next week. favor me with thel patron arc (ive me .1 tri f clnnati Southern. ! J N.Mr.NErEE. frlf V Minis and Mlse Lizzie are wont to tli-- ! o'clock train on the K. Mns. J. (.xit.llcnt actress and the cutest Su, rt the driver, Alex Montuomery, vehicle j))no , tVurwiw " visithiK in DanvillB. Ma. Kvtk H.wsis visiting her son, and horses came near buing washed oil) MATRIMOmAUMATTERS. of thu bridgo near Howiand. As theyj Will Hays, ner , were goingovera drifting trvestruckthej. I am .'.f?it I or the Mlb. M. D. Ki.vom: has i;oi' toCami-Miss Callio, daughter of W. O. Che- bridge lifting up the llooring and put- - nault. of Matiison. was married last week Ik'HsvIIIo to see her sick sister, Altt.. vl.nt li.t. i.fl.. LiiiniM. tiiwtll llltir lliil tun ttii 111 urttnt Innhiir. to I). Hates Shackelford. ' dy, but fortunately no dnmago was tlone. of ifi'kneNS, is out of bed again. Miss Annie Leo, daughter of Mrs. And will Itcp a cot'tt intly o htnc1!! ill my ytnU Mn. IE. 1). Paduutt, of tho tlriii of Mary H. Dunn, of luisville, will be in Stnnford If 4.t.tl..U .... lllll, .111. .!,.... t.1.11 I U .. .." .. .iiimui iiiin t1 IJ..1....1... ...b I. ...... l.U.., .. ' Mmiim-iniii- M Mr. Kli Mygatt tietilions of republicans married Nov. 1'lst, to Also Limo, Sand and Hair. Christian Watts at ! p. m., in the iruay. Olv( me for the postoilUv hiv virtually admitting fall Mils. Uk. WtM, of llrksrlH, was tliu JOHN II. HICniNS, that a clinime 111 thp oluce heie is need- chureli, of that city. Stanford. f,j it Utst of Mrs. MMlle Vvlu8 on her wily ed. W lunv no 'ilijertioii to any of thu CHURCH AFFAIRS. to Mt. Vernon. worthy npnliiiiits for his place, but we (ibsn U. C Waiirbx ami !. C Hid. W. L. Williams' tlirec-- poles' ( do bpliev in f.dr play and jtluit Capt. Stnnhrd's only ruprpsonuitlves . ItifhtmU should be permitted to serve meeting at Huston ville dosed Sunday Nt Uu' Montiivllu ObuiU e do not uptosf tlifie with H additions. out his term. GEO. A. Slit, and' Mik A. It IIr.vm.itv, of Ism Itev. .1. M. Sallee, of Nelson county, man in Uiw 11 who would object to tli guests of Mr. mid Mrs. Hrlo. wrv to llMt rfTWt, and that passetl up to Crab Orchard yesterday, signing Kobprt MrAliUir Sundiiy. the cnptMiu's ndini.iinti.it ion of the otTtrc where lie will hold a protracted meeting. .p.t 41 llradway and 51 New Street, Mls.Ifio: WiiATiniitniiiii, of Huston-tillo- , line tievii cmineiiUy a sMtisfitctory one. Mrs. .1. Lawrence Smith, of Louis- nick for so long, was who has NrW YOKK CI1Y ville, has given $ot),00.) to tho new libra thought to be dying yesterday. Fit mi; is going to I a terrible scnmi- - ry building of thu Southern ItaptlstThu- Stocks, Bonds. Grain, Provisions fcnd MIL'S. II. lh Kijof KaiiMH, who list d M for the spoils muong thtropublicniih. "loglcd Seiniinry. Potroleum. tooodoputy sharifThi this county,- ar Alnwly there are Imlf a seoio of nppll Itev. W. C. Van Meter, a ltoptint !llOl'OIIT.S')U A C.VUItlKD ON MAUC.IN rived on a biminesx visit Satunlay. cniitH for this pnstoiiiit., but if tho men iiiikalriiinri'. iliml at Itoilltf. I till V. Oct. .11. l4ntory pamphlet 61 jy S. -- Solid fur Hon. W. T. sii 1 11. Jovus, of Jesia-initi- of that perstiHsiou huve any gallantry, His wife and daughter will eontinuo the ' woiv ovor Sittunlay receiving the lli.. i ttfll jiill..lli Mtlt. fmin ItiM ..mitite.1 mission work he had hegun. cattle recently bought of A. T. Nunnel-ley- . and let Mrs, Pocti Courts havo the place I Rtd.'Ios. llallou sjivs that a meeting without contest, slio comes from a re- will begin at McCorinacks Thursday 15. P. Nonius clerk mid publican fnuitly iierself and is the wid- night by Kid. C. W. Yanuy, if Jie can whew ho wns re- - ow of n tiromiiieut reouWInflii besides. come; if not he will conduct it himself. Ik ATmlf ( Jrihn.C Kigali, I wi Uell at pub aiKtiuii mi mid ccntly burned out, iiai lhn on n visit to t) addition ln ih an Uev. 1'.. O. (iuenant has been called 14, elegant Indy, fully tMiupcttnit to conduct to pivneh at Solum, Ala., by a eongregn-tio- u his aunt, Mrs. Snow. Miss Ili.ijt.v IU.wr Is up tonttoiid the tiiv nillw hilitiihly to heisolf mid to her neither seen him or heard At huhiHiM in MadtuMi count), iw the I.ancin-te- r who have plks, 10 idea tri.m Richmond, the rent and iurringe of her brother, Ilnmphtoy ljal- - paity. him piuaeh. lie has gone to see them. lienuiiHil esi-t- e btlongie tu Mid llagan. Die well land comitu of Ion, toMihH.NellfttnlitUilltUahlok! The lUptist congregation wens m N -' ltyW pletuwd witli Itev. Preston Wake's disivwl bwutv, to mnrmw. , wffti n ww si llKimagan s Mill, IIIHTY-SEVE- H ACRES MlssK.ua Watvix, a uiost noniiu- - 'arrish. courses Sunday that earnest ell'orts will THREE HUNnaEt f n uindlilutp for , Va., writ.. to u friend tlmt MisH Mamie ln n'l.iiln in spi ore bis services, pllshtxl young lady, is lie s W1I11111 l.mil, fronting on the i.H.i.nn.tr(ir ln.-wi- r. nod when Sam Hrywitt, ivlni se.l toatUnd the College now preaching f"r three churches in f)f " ' .. ... i winter tumi'iVi mid aliout t mile fmni th rnilrojd .i.. ..i i. ...i no i. 111! Will "urvi "Oil n i... una iitijiiwiiiiv viniiuu Madison county. iVnooclc'B term Is out w hoiw depet ond Im nn excellent neiEhbsrhosd all aro!, coiiMntint; of a lare hurt since, was on thu tmin oil Ih ajipolutetl. AND TRADE ITEMS. A: oil' the tmck near wliiih ran FARM the C. Two-Stor- y Brick Dwelling, Jliss Lir.WK Dhm!. lrs. America ltai- - j' Charleston mid was iunpletvly burned Corn in the Held sold at Kohurt Mil-lei'- s And all nn.of.ary ie'.uildln' The (arm is well 1) Cook, of Hustonville, ley nnd Mr. J. up. s'he was en to Dunver to at- ot corn, watered iinil i udripted to all the sale on the 7th at S1.00 to 1.7- -. . hre. Tho lattor is tuiid the nmrrlup' of hor brother Ihttiy 'I he are visiting rvlath wlitJt, re, hemp, ttihium aud UichmrindHegister. and will he farm c.ui he divided into two panel hXlking well Again, nftur his long M'igoj at- I Joint, and old in one or lo pie- e, a will bent promote the thorough-bre- d to a datiKliter of At the Krdenheini sale of ' of typhoid fevrr. interest of the miiiunor and hit cruditor. 1 he though he lXHSiiveil no physical injury, Cow icrrnnalt in Ponnsyhanid, (KS stallions and and (!ulvi. irnoHol 6i Mcr,n Heifcrs,6 Coin. i llmsii.. x Mtilivt. n acn'fa of sliu suilorod what iH worse to ft lady, the 41 brood mares brought $lt), 176. ' nmuiintnf ij.ooc. iHiiiinH of I ol.iti ro. and A lari;e . CITV AND VICINITY. lost, of her trunk nml its content, which Implcmeni. and Ilmucho il turniture ). N. Prewitt received from .1. H. AUo9shnri' ! Kirk-ill- e and Keiitu.lj Kiur iiU'ludeil oil bur "finery." She was too ,111.1 Knlii. I1i;i.k pickles ul T. it. WflltoilV. con- - '1 tirmtil.r uliirl.. ctL a car load of $ ienn m fcllnwt The iuise'Mon of the laniN dUheinteiirHl to eontinuo her journey t met of ho siven lanuarv r. utoo. hos Ust w oek. They a veragisl 270 will purrliane money Will Le aue,when lor ine ntiiir Nkw Jot of Kid Ulovos in black mid turn llic 'and loturnod home. Mrs. Parrish hiut and the pi ice paid was o cents. paymenu rreditt T6iiiii1 u months uith Interest (silois. SlwftA (Hid up. Sevnrance Jsulllred 1111 nceident since she left bore i.iMu There are a great many turkeys trnm Januarynnd undrr, Tor the personalty on all that Son. hand' umi ul $m ruh last month, whii h nwessltutes tho use of throughout tho country, of line si.e ami amount u credit nil January iniBHo. will overgien. he i, WM I., t UU'ICIlKlt, Trustee. ;fi new frame cottage to crutches, but she is improving,' we are iiunlity. They soil for :ij to ." cents per A sun ono-stoi' Paris Kcntuckian. rent. Call on J. .1. Meltobeits, First Na- glad to hear. ., on foot pound hi tional Rink. A. T. Nunnelley bought :i car loads Tin: olllcial vote of the county, as cer- '" Kngle-innconsisting of hogs fiom lteubeu Harris, Jim Misi..mi. A Itickory cano with a na- tilied by tho returning bo.nd, A. .1. Hayden, Oeo. J. L. Yantis, turally curved handle. Finder will bo olMudgo V.irnon, sheiill' T. I). Newland W. King, Mr. Klinoro and David Pep-pie- s Thi notice forewarn hunters, fishermen and other not to lrciJi on our l.ind without per. and County Clerk (.!. l. Cooper, who It at this ollico. awarded by leaving iuivion, a nil such will he prosecuted to the lull. at 4.1 to 4T cents. . coiiip-ireit Friday, is as follows: Signed; cut extent of the Mr. A. M. Feland has given us a T. I Hll.I., W. ( ttov, whosu untini'dy death OKO. I) IlOl'I'KK 0. H 11ACC.11MAN', 3 sample of another variety of hish pota- J.M McKOillJUISJU M.S. 1IKUCK. wasold of in our last issue, had $:t,000 KODT McAMbir.K. J.K IIAUl'.IIMAN. r? V 2. toes that he experimented with tills, sea- S. 11. SHANKS. life, licing a member of S.ll. insurance on his : I'ltKCIXCTS A..M FKI.A.N'li IfENKVllAlTGIIMAN, u son. They are known as the Iloosier MHS. I'KNCr. both the Kniudits of Honor and of the E.T i ? ! receive tho seed till May nml he did not Knights and Ladles of Honor. sTanTord, No. i... 11. 3U JJO, !ll and they were not planted for a week 4! "5 Suufurd, No. a... 10 Am. persons knowing themselves in- Crab Orcliiirit. after. Thev aie notwithstanding very 01 Hiithl.mil 5 debted to tho estatn of the late Thomas Wiilnut l'lat .... 7! large and of line shape anditood llavor. 9 LONDON, KENTUCKY, ,C. Hobiiibon will pleaeo aavise 1110 01 too W'livhiirj: tJ... .11. 31 77 49 il.r.M.. vlc ...1.... :. :.. Mrs. sadio Walters, of Chicago, has CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. aillOUIll. liliu wiuii it n '" "0 '"' L.I1 lutnnvillc ) r iw Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. Tirtt-cl- a become violently insane from cigarette having claims against samo win piensc 'liirnertMlle &l' ,f,5 smoking. and Keasonahl, I'ricci. IJay and nichl 1611 inform 1110 in like manner, euro Lock TotaU ....d aool ...... 1. llerty, the pedestrian, beat the Trains arc met hy Polite I'ortrr"oi this Popular Idol, Ad 11 urulitif-tto O. Danville. Kv. f. if--' American record by covering :i:i miles lloue. minlBtnitor. T In I8S4 tho total vote for Congressman in, 4 houi-sa- t Newbuiy, X. Y. 3BMPT-5JNO. H. I'KRKIN A few weeks ago Mr. Al- which is nearly always the largest in this IIouiiiiiM'.. Frederick Knorr.his wifoand daugh- R. S. M.MITIS. llnoDnr.n, Kv.,Mav, 1SS7. county, nged about county, was 2,V.'l. Hy tho above it will ter, Anna, perished in their homing len (illmore, of this Alhright .V Martin hc to inform their manj ' is :i,I4!) tills year and (10 years, knocked n small piece of skin bo seen that it dwelling at Yernoii Center, X. Y. friend and customer of the change iu linn name Krysip-elassoo- n New-Yorthat our Model Congiessmun, (iov. from tho jauk of his loft hand. The (5 rent Navarro Flats, in has a plurality of Hit), or :i more MARTIN &PBRKINS, (ft in ami thu arm becoming so said to bo the largest of the kind of foreclosdiseased in tho bono Dr. Iluiin than in 1SS1. McCrcary ran 110 ahead Th- nr badly world, were sold under hip" ot only to auatflirt the is JtrO, Kwell In the iikikc niny im. of il.oolil. decided it was best to amputate it above Cleveland; whoso plurality The total cost of tho piivciiientt in theIml intmitl. lo of Ifthicro which ure for $200,000. niiiiulHciur tho op- oil behind Harrison and Nooo H behind buildings, was between So.000,000 and will he tothoniUrukt of our customer. We will the elbow. Accordingly lie begun 141) Jess than devoir sueti.il attention to our Natural Leal eration, after trying in vain toget the pa- Fisk. The hitter's vote is hrand of KentucLi's bebt luf. 'Ihanlinc yau ai.ooo.ooo. year. The vote as reforpast favor and aV.inK lir a continuation 01 tient uiidec the etlects of an anchthetic. Fox received last soveml precincts was yourtraue. we reii.ain reeioeeimny your. Merit Wlas. ' turned by the MAKTIN Al'fcRKINS. Ho dually got it oil', aim finding tho hone Unit Tor J cin to mir citl?ei We doirc to mi with tho exception was too long for tho skin to cover, a found to ho correct, nliiry r KlnB' Nc wclMvclH-eiKemn' operation had to be performed, of Hustonville, where it was ascertained for ciiiHiimpiwii, l)r Kins' New I Ifol'ilN, second to two more ballots Kkctnc Hitter., undh,ive SitllnKS, the patient still failing to yield to the Kwell was entitled handled remedici that :)l a well, or that drug. The ior- - than had been eouiited for hint. nciter . wiimiifvitiL' ell'ects of the Sr.sli, donot Vorlc, yf.-.-t.n house of J7 yenrsstnnd-Iiik,vf il.u 1(B1"P Miilii,i'ir whm ti'irililo Comparing tho vote of this year with haveel'C" " utilu'Ml Mti.fuotion. Wcand wc To connect yourself with tho services of an Iniciu-Krti- - MoulcHiiRS, i, ...... ,.,...,.. III IlkW IIIMlll r- - ". ' Wewuitt lu encage tery lime, . I...- . . ' - " ..... ,...!. I.... to taku the. entlro imnoerais heitaltoKiiar.intU'them and tniHtworthy ; . lo cqntempluto and ho lias not recoveren that ni jsm we uuu huh hk- afte r losing itandrcAly'inrvlmidlhr pnroh prieo if tali" elinnra of our liuliit'snKeiitlPiiian In Ins county In Kentucky, ; These rrosloiis HXIKMliinru nut n neei"islty, flie ilullen . di 1 lollow their :Kr stronger than then, b hHvo when last am mi lucinry rcsutt-the shock. ery laliorloiiKnna are axcpptlnunlly plmvant. Not A. C. re- remediehrteon their i.rc.it popul ntj purely et nnilltulile. filll panieuinrs niuuu (lllliMTI. 0. "'" "i":" iaiil from, but liwdoath isonlv a qucs- - llOtothoprohiWionists whilthe I'. II. il W, K ' tppneaiioii. on their nieru l'." dr pii'illiitn .mln s ut :o. jon of short tine Interior journal Skvvincj Maciii.ni: lit II. K. Wcaron's. needles of nil kinds suit. kNOTJGE! titi-eb- NEW STORE I Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, ManKr n I $50 '.ElEWAEliD ( 11 i ... ; -- ESTRAY. 11 mi,,h hi ..' ... -4 E PIECE WT .... OF OLD GOODS , LT7MBEE TTAUD 1 , 11 SEVERANCE & SON. Depot Street, Stanford, e p OVERCOATS I -- l, , 1TEW COAX YABD.I SUPERIOR , Satinets and Kerseys Worsteds and ChinLTLVCOAL, chillas. 11 ....!.... W.,..,M... t,., 3. ino-Rt,,- rt,1, In Light and Dark Qui' Stock ic Colors and in Light Medium and Heavy "Weights. W'al-.Unm- w SFECUXATIOIT.' Mr ROSIER, RANKER AND BROKER Pull u f Fresh Goods, Ut-v- n Conic Early and get Choice of Patents and Sizes. ' 1 o, BRUCE &M6R0BERT Trustee's Sale ux-tim- ll Wednesday, Nov. '88, -- ttJk M".Il T. R. WALTON Mill fir.t-nt'.- c d tilii6-)ra- Kx-(!o- - 4$ d t l SOMERSET STREETS y STANFORD, KEUTTJCKT. -l n, PORTED. 1.1 1. I $ Prices Always Reasonable and Goods First- LlcLSS. JACKSON HOUSE , 1 f. "" :,. if 'yT. t 107-t- GOOD Bi5LRHEI.S FOR SKX.B. rcpu-tJlio- STMFQW PLMMG I looting, ML GO. pSINESSnPPORTUNITY Ccilinjf. FlnislihiR V .... ffioni 1 .tft Ifirackcts. Scroll frames, 'liliiidfl. Vcrnsida Vork, Ktc. Doors, SINE, Superintendent. ' -- ' 4 .n-J- - . - f l " . il . 0Ti, ,.!, yn-n- i ' 'H' . PERSONAL PARTICULARS. LATELY LEARNED. :. Awo-hors- Sivmonhs, tlio balloonist who was killed A max In Clayton, III., has a largo Maltese Hook Keephtv, Short Jlatul, Ttlntmphy. .te recently In Kngland, wjvi the man whom rat that takes to water oven moro kindly I E? w sIsmsimsmiii rrueur iauio(ie nnil mi inri(iriOM. Ka Ulondln carried on his baclc when ho crossed than a spaniel. Ho will go Into tho water D.'iimmN prompt treatment. Tho retho Kails of Nlngani on n tight ropo. on his own account, and seems to enjoy it sults of neglect may lo scrlout. Avoid Mw. AstiMiun Ha kt i.ett, tho American. hugely. Liko a- dog he will bring back a nil harsh and drastic, purgutlves, tho moUaorof Lady Hunlctt CouttB' husband, Is stick thrown In tho water. tendency of which Is to wcakcu tho described ns n sprightly nld lady of sixty-ilvA citizen of Danbury, Conn., who was lxnvcli. Tho best remedy Is Ayor'a habitually wears widow's weeds troubled with soro eyes, saved somo snow who I'llls. IMng purely vegotablo, their and has American ways. Sua lives in En- from the great blizzard of last spring, moltaction Is prompt anil their effect always gland. & ed It and treated his oyes with tho water. liuiiiiilclal. They aro an admirable Hilton' IlEM'Kn, tho author of "Tho Im- His eyes wiro cured, and now a friend of Liver and After-dinnpill, nnd everypending Crisis," is still mnong tho land of his, who Is threatened with blindness, Is IIUST NVILL.E KY. where endorsed by tho profession. tho living. He, Harriet Dcocbor Stowo and using tho water for his oyo trouble " Aycr's PUN nro highly and nnlver-fnll- y Ate slill In the tiostnexi mill r h n m ,1 u"V Parker l'illsbury aro tho three old original H Tub waters of Lake Malnchcur in SouthsnB JLm L& Hj't Jf"r IbbV Fsw v . f iB stWjMt. twins In ihe Uml Hiving I n spoken of by tho jveoplo alvout hi n lull aboliUon writers now living. ern California rush through somo subterlock if Ciitrs nml t'jnkil" i.f jit LiiiJt nml ItoSti hero. 1 uiako dally uso of them In my of every iletiripiun tin- h'urv. which utii-trtAt a meeting of soldiers and sailors In ranean passage with u torritlc roar. Tho pnutlce." Dr. I. E. Fowler, Brldge-JHir- t, new can lie otnnllivit on ' ort milice Mr J noise Is so loud and tho shrinkage of tho "London, to tako action on tho death of Gen--orConn. (itron lux charKi tifeur butincM mill will h w Khcridnn, Lord Wolscley said : " I felt water so great as to attract general atten " I can recommend Ayer's PUN abovo our boiJ to ny one neetllrg ilH)thiB; in n ln all others, having long proved their as proud or ills acbicvcmcnts ns If ho had tion. Miles of land that have hcrotoforo ti value ns n cathartic fnr mvsulf nml lecn commissioned bv the Queen lustoad of i been submerged aro now visible It hns al family." J. T. Hess, Lellhsvllle, Pa. supposcu inni 1110 laito unu no by tho President.' I ways occu " For several years Ayer's PUN havo Tuc English writers seem to bq fond of ! outlet. been used In uiy family. Wo find them A NUMiiKit of Chicago ladies havo decided tho xvecd. Tennyson and "William Morris an arooftcn seen with their plpci. II. Rider II to start a school in that city for tho training Haggard at homo wears knickerbockers of youtig women who desire to learn tho And n bobtail jacket, smokes a briarwood dlfferont branches of housework, uud will in tobacco. make it n sort of receiving point for those pipe, and finds great consolation for constipation and Indigestion, nnd who want work and distributing point for aro never without them In tho house." Feaxk IIatton, tho Moses Orenler, Lowell, Moss. has drifted Into business as tho Wost-or- a those who need help. In this way, It is " I havo used Aycr's Pills, for liver agent for n stove. Two thought, a solution of tho servant girl questroubles nnd Indigestion, during mnny ofllclals of recent years tion may nt least bo approximated. other FX7E,3STIT,CnElE. years, aud havo always found them The Chlncso Exclusion bill is not without embarked la mercantile business on leaving prompt nnd efllcient in their action." Belle-nnits humorous effects, although to tho victims "Washington. Ono was L. K. Smith, Utlca, K. Y. Mor-ril- l, thoy aro any thing but funny. Tho wife of who sold mica, nnd " I suffered from constipation which s who "drummed " for a Arm. n rich Chlncso merchant in San Francisco l&very, $ccd and Sale Stable, assumed surh nn obstlnnto form that I was ou tho ocean when tho bill was passed, Mr. Huowmno Is reported as fond of feared it would cause a stoppage of tho 'society, while Lord Tennyson is almost a and on tho vojago gavo birth to u child. bowels. Two boxes of Ayer's Pills a complete cure." D. Burke, tccIusc, and seldom goes any whoro. Mr. Tho customs officers at San Francisco refuse to permit tho Infant to bo landed. This Saco, Me. Browning's son, Robert Barrett nrovvnlng, seems too hard, but thorc is no remedy. " I have used Ayer's Pills for the past familiarly known as "Pcnn," has purthirty ye.trs aud consider them nn HinWiixuM Fn is kji, whoso father danced chased a palace In Italy, whero ho will live family medicine. I know of with his American wifo, and whoro his at tho famous ball before Waterloo, whero no better remedy for liver troubles, athcr, who N devoted to Italy, will spend " all went merrv ns a marriage bell," has nnil have nlway found tlieiu a prompt part of the tirao with him. found after a diluent hunt tho euro for dyspepsia." Jaim-Qiiliin.iO SwixnunxE being nsked to send to a It is now n granary, and in 1815 was a coach- Mlddlo St., Hartford, Conn. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. immediately in tho rear of tho IDIRlTG-a-ISmagazlno a bit of verso, of " not moro than bailder's, &c "Having been troubled with costlve-ues- s, sixteen lines," answored: "I fear I can iDukoof Rtcluuond's bouse, which is now a which seems lncltnlili with perIOM10N, KV. hardly undertake to supply vorsc to order, hospital. It is ono hundred and twenty feet sons of sedentary habits, I havo tried (icxHl iiiniautt and txMIe hot., i feet wide and thirteen high. in point of length or otherwlso, and, in any long, fifty-fou- r Ayer's Pills, hoping f r relief. I am 4) . i ,t hifj DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, en rtJwnal.lt tcrnii I..)Jon it the int- -i ronven glad to say that they havo served mo case, I should certainly not think it worth A Nkw Bedford newspapor man has a lent point on the rulroij to reeh rbct in te better than any other medlcino. I while to let u magazino have tho first cat which is considerable of a cat. Its spe-- i . iiivmii.iii snifdii n, ,i,r Ta,9 arrive at this conclusion only nfter a FANCY ARTICLES, &C. fruits of any thing of mine for loss than cialty is sliding on tho ice, to which It Is us faithful trial of their merits." Samuel .fifty dollars." city-hamuch addicted as any one of the t'hylcun precritio..i accurately compoumleJ. Savukl Pn.LsnuitT, late of California but I park bootblacks. "When it finds a likelv bit T. Jones, Ouk St., Boston, Mass. now of Newburyport, Mass., has in his pos- joflco It runs to get u good start, and thou, session two patent certificates signed by throwing itself on Its belly with foro and 'Thomas Jefferson as President and James hind legs extended forward and backward, 1'IIKI'AIIKD HT Mathson, Secretary of State. Ono of them slides dailv again und again until surfeited Or. J. C. Ayer it. Co., Lowell, Mais. THE LAHCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, is or a bark mill, tho other for making shoo with tho fun. pegs. Thcso patents wcro granted to Mr. Sold by U Dealers In Medicine. Freshmen at Vossar have easier times CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Pillsbury's father, who was for many years than at colleges for boys, and they ought to, the only manufacturer of shoe pegs in this for they arc girls, aud etiquette rules. Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than country. COMPANY the lowest. Watches, Clacks and Jewelry He. Every girl in tho college early in tho school I hate mocd TPnrxcE IUteut, of Bavaria, who was year goes forth on certain afternoons, card-capaired on short notice and warranted. ucst to Barcelona to represent his country in hand, to call upon tho freshmen or :atlhc unvaillng of the statuo of Christ-iphc- r other new comers In her corridor. If tho Columbus, ran off to Paris and had a freshman be out a card Is left; if In, tho ac To I.nnr.nttr ttrcct nppcaite the ill lark. Ho has now been banished to a so- - quaintance is formed. In cither case tho I hUo keep a lotol UK ILK on lund read) for sale -rIMKV. r KAMtKV. eluded and remote village to repent and ro- - j card must be returned within a week. After W. J k 7ZVV k'av.i Stanford. Ky tvy vM ionn. Thoro is littlo possibility that ostra-cis- this visits aro mora inionnai ana parties rO-- l will rcRcncrato tho giddy Prince, who aro given. is only nineteen, and who had never before SALE. LAND been in Paris. BUSINESS BREVITIES. on the Somerset an J Crjh O ircli.ird too acres II. Rider Hazard Is ono of the fow Most of the bristles of commerce come mad half wjy belvt con the lru place Well (if . fortunate novelists who do not havo to degood water at cud of porch from tho wild or half-wilhogs of Germany acres in jjr.us. A good outletliulf (. cans! and jo LEMNGTOiM-.KYpend upon their books for support. He for cattlr, hoj(H V G WALLACE, and heep anarrieda Norfolk (England) heiress, who and Russia. IMhney K) ds owner of Dltchlngham Manor, on the The farmers of California who wcro fur-- , Is Receiving His edgool tho Bath hills. In a corner room nished with sugar-bee- t seed by Claus tbo tlno old house, which is overrun Sprccklca havo found that tho crop is very of ! "with roses, clematis and jasmine, Haggard promising. Preparations for manufacturbeconcocts and writes his popular yarns. He ing beet sugar ou a large scalo aro now I hare too acres, more or loss, of Mountain, Coal ing made. costume, with "wears a Give him a Trial. at a li.ujam breeches and a bob-ta- ll jacket. I TnE fact that a Middlcburg man hns just and Timber room tothat will furniture and un- I- ; Goods Warranted and aPerfect tit Guaranteed, rent Th DUYEHS' QUIDK li He smokes a briar-woo- d pipe, and, liko shipped 100 road wagons to llucnos Ayres haeatore hardware or fori dcrtaking, tinner's establishment, j Issued March and Sept., most literary men, finds great consolation reminds a Vermont newspaper of another ThrAe are irood (or iu day tt- - For further L informa- aoh roar. It is &n r. . t nlobocco. His home is filled with curiosl-tit- fact, namely: "That the Groon Mountain olopedia of useful inforllirbourille,Ky 33 I mation for all who purtrado with South America in tho last two -tua r- chase the luxuries or the , years is estimated at 9100,000, and is ou neceaiitles of 111. v A BARN-YAR- D BUDGET. tho gain." TJTTTT.T.Tr.TJ.f:? T . -. m w i m m i cn olothe you and furnish you with v 1' " 1 T" s. r i ai s" Tub safety insured by interlocking signal "-and unnecessary I Ik many cases a plank drag docs better apparatus may bo shown by tho fact N N A Tl T all tho noceaaary walk, dance, sleep, nppllsncea to ride, The Cincinnati lorter Iron K.,,f. lam asenttor that PAV. VX "work than a roller In preparing lund for J-- JI. V eat. Hah. hunt, work, go to church, million trains havo passed over wk Company and urn prepared to furnish their about three seeding. or stay at home, and in various MAVfL teaching a young horse to back glvo i tho Chatham Square crossing of tho Now styles and Quantities. Juat nmr aiiea, ... IRON ROOFINC York Elevated radwny 11111 but one collilm tho advantage of a down gratlo until do all theae things lision, which was owing to an engine driver ' At Jj 73 per xiinrc, nails paints, c , included. ho has learned what is required of him. you can tnakoafal t;ii- - it a trial f I. S1IKI.10N, passing tho danger signal. IlEronK manures can produce their full lltlwiiH' Howland, K). Tnn great bulk of cotton and silk hosiery wnicn will be aent upon and profitable effect upon tho soil the land CK- receipt of 10 centi to pay poatago, Imported to this country comes from Germust be mado dry by drainage or other many whero it is mado ou tho "factor ' &c means. ; system, tho manufacturer giving out the 2fo dairtman ever finds a better timo to yarn McKINNEY KV. to families who mako it up on hand "feed his cows grain than when pastures beframes at their come dry and poor in lato summer or early hose, especially homes. Tho finer woolen ladies' hose, comes from Irug( Midicincs, the f.nnou Srup 01 Htfsautumn. and to i;cty our prt'scriwtioiis England. iniiipti and torTHEnE ore many things which are rectlv rilled at all hours and to utt tour staple 100,000 boxes of lemons nro used Groceries, fine Ciirars, Toilet Articles, &c , to have, but not indispensable, and in About K" s" Tho Original Wins. this country each week. Each box con.qA ti. Co . McKiiinev Dr I A nn.i.ut.MM thesvs nre the things which tho farmer who C. F Simmont, Sl I.oula. prnn Having secured the services of G. F. KENT, a practical Watch300 to .'!0'J lemons. Now York Is will attend to otirdriij department; also attend to tains from . it.ji.i: is in debt must learn to do without. tho distributing point. Thoy ranso In prices the ivanls of thebkk, night or day, in town3")or maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness Tnn shoeing of horses Is a very Important nccording to condition of the tempcraturo. ciiuntr) rpaat of their caro and should rcceivo tho Oftentimes tho prices of lemons vary even and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the -. MAVS .. Oa Jj. Al. nil lrtt am personal attention of owners who would moro than the tluctuntlons of tho wheat c w. MitrcM.r cured lntnTio.v. llu,n, eye. ... liavorthcm retain good, sound foot. market. MBTOALP & HAYS, UVirrilA,.SlCls jiAOACH,Lo. ArrTiT, Sou JFeedino liberally with meal and bran Krr is estimited that Michigan railways It V- M. K. makes winter butter cost mora than grass used last year threo aud s ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. U"J"' ri ,e.Yt.TAdams, Tenn., nritei'1'! SHT?" butter, but tho higher prices of tho winter millions of ties, amounting to 131,250,000 1 should hare been dead but IJARHOURVlI.I.Kaml 1'INKVIM.E, KY market jnoro than pay tho additional ex- - feet, nnd that thoy used lumber for piling, lor your Ucnultie M. A. Sim. mons Liver Mr.tlrlna . penso or f ooel Will practice in any court in Eastern Kentucky H... d bridges, etc., to tho extent of tho a specialty tfftiV, aornellines had to aubstltute Examinations of land (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) . It Is safo to assazno that tho crops raised foregoing amount; and, further, that ut siae tracts of timber, titles made mineral landsAny for coal and .good" majority of thoso who havo to least ono and "by o f CfiWrj c'nei but It don't answer the million tics were sent sale. Information (urnished on any (oint and cor- VNl) SOL'TIi I'AVOltirK LINE IIETWEEN THE NOKl'H aji-tmake a living at farming In any community out from thoStuto. respondence solKited U . b - Cr;,rei Kdltor TU aro about tho most profitablo that can bo LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW .ORLEANS, LA. The formation of a "railroad clearing. .b..... handled there. Thoro mny bo somo oxeep- - house" by tho principal railway corpora- To the Farmers of Lincoln and i rrrejved a packajje of your Liver IX as J HOURS. Medicine, and have used hall of It. tions to this, but ub a rule It holds good. tions of tho country is now under discusItworkshkoa charm. I want no Garrard Counties- Farmers, In tho application of commercial sion. This means n gigantic railroad better Liver Itrirulitor an.i Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. talnljf no more orXcdlu' roututt. '.fertilizers, must never forget that they nro "trust" virtually consoli biting all tho lines The Stanford Kuller MilN Company want', jour entirely uiiliko barnyard manure, becauso in tho United Stutei and having them man- whole wheat crop ofiSgB. gild will pay ncaOi the THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. .of tho fact that thoy may be compounded so aged by two or threo nicu. Tho object Is highest market nrice for it Do not sell without I'mti al the Mill or i itreiiMr Suiierintcndciil as to inako a great variation In tho propor- said to bo tho mulutcuauco of fair rates by fir.t undersigned T 1 1 10 IMC X. aVy H I IO I IT 1 a I X K. T.J FOSI Kit. tho tion of tho tbreo principal clomenta of plant dolug away with competition. I'res. Stanford itioiler Mills Co tl Jood. HOUSEHOLD SUGGESTIONS. As foox us an oaily crop Is off a picco of CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 1G, 1888. land, boforo tho weeds start, plow it up and K aR Oiui'E Jolly sho.ilil bo tnndo bcl'nro t'rapes aow ryo. Hero is lato pasturo for cows this1 ItlCAJ) UP. year and early feed next. Plow It under rineti thorouKhli"; nlao e'irrant jelly beforo ' 1IKAD DOWN. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. jiext season, if your stockfeeds It past grain- tho currants urodcail npo. "TTKTTN!iTfORTII. Trains souTi i. CHICKEN T111; common method of malting jelly is to ing, nnd put in any crop you choose. Tho No 6. No. i. No. 4. No. 8 No. j. IToTT No, 5. STATIONS, No. 3, moisture und warmth produced by tho y boil tbo juko twenty mi mites beforo and Dally. Da!ly Daily. Daily. Dally. Dally Kx, Sun, Daily of green stuff turned under is really ten after tha migar l milled. A pound of THE LARGEST AND FINEST ! Cincinnati ... .A rv 6 40 a ml 6 41 p m 10 33 a in 600 p wonderful. J3 17 a tn a oj pin Soopm 7 33 a ni.L've su;,';ir to u pint of juice ts tho only stifo rule. p m Villianistovwi....I.'ve ...i 830am 4 5 13 am'.,, i? 5J am 5 47pm 933 pm HOTEL IN THE CITY. Knsilaoe is really winter green food, Kaos kok Lunch. IJoil somo egK hard I 7 34 a in 3 08 p in 4 10 n in,.. 1039am! 7 oj p in 1037 pm l.cotnelown Jt is fed to tho cows as a regular nnd Mice, cut and talto out tho yelks, mash a j 4j p m 48 "J"l 4 '3 llln; 1 Lexington. II jap m 7 31 pm 11 03 pm tojjam, rportion of tho ration, yet tho horses, pigs, and mix with chopped hum, salt, pepper Lou S. R R. Ar 6 30 u in 7 10 p ml 9 40 a m 440pm 810pm 7 loaiuiLv. Lou., 8 37 pm (I 48 a m to to a m.Ar Hiirieiii ' I.v 3 00 a ml 3 30 p m " ahecrijind poultry relish it at times. It is and a littlo incited butter. Put b.ielc in tho RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD30 a m tho chryest food that can bo produced for whites and pour melted butter over them. J pm 8 43 pm J 01 a in 11 1711m be Arr 3 50 a m'"j 17 p mi 3 43 a in 117pm liiirK'i" u3 ING TO ROOMS: 8 J) pin 13 ifi a m 3 38 a in 13 SOpm Dantillc 10 p in 3 30 a m winter use, aud its valuo consists not only FnuiT should always bo put into tho cans, 3 33 a m 3 33 a in 330am I 15 pm 9 topm l 30 a m 11 43 a pi . . .. Junction City 00 pin of its nutritious matter, but also of tho which havo been previously warmed, boilSomerset J 03 a in I 00 p m o.a ml 35 p in it 03 n in 300pm ocncilt derived from It as a substltuto for ing hot, and bo suro that tho can is full und TURKISH & RUSSIAN IIATHS IN 1IOTKL. 030 pm Oakdale 7 33 a 333 am 413am 930pm 11 3311111 4 00 a m tho dry food which cattlo aro compelled to running over, so thero shall be no room tor 835 am 0 40 p m Ar'v... Chattanooga . ..L've 020pm 733am. in 00 pin u.. ... ...........' 910am 700pm I.'ve. Chattanooga Ar'v 5 4Spn 7 3S r IM catdnring a long winter, tho ensilago tak- air to get In. Screw down tho tops and turn ,.. Attalla. 00 pm 9 49 p m1 Ar'v 143pm 447am ing tbo place of grass or succulent food. .1 45 p mm 43 p m L've... Ilirmingham them ; let them remain uwhitn, and then li 33 pm 300pm Tuscaloosa o 13 pm' 30.1 m 841am 101111 "The hoavy driving rains often carry away mako tho cover tighter If possible. ... II 33 pm, 4 43 aiiiAr'v.. .Meridian MY-IEBL've 4 13 a mjiooup in n deep stream of valufrom tho b.irn-yurDkodoiiized benzine, procurablo at any 6 30 a in 11 co a Ar'v.. New Orleans ...L've 900pm 335P" able fertilizing material, which is irrotriovu-il- y drug store, Is nn excellent medium for tho ' Ar'v 3 10 a m 1,'se.., ...Meridian 9 opm STANFORD, KY., U IU. ,11 ...Ar'v Jacksoi ..a. 900 a m L've last. Tills may bo proventcd by keeping romovul of grcat-- spots from felt, kid or '.'! ...! 11 30 a ml L've.... Vickshurg. 400 pm..... the yard well scraped up, aud tho contents woolen surfaces. It should not bo used in a E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. .Monroe ..... pin 1. e j 10 03 a m J 30 p m'Ar'v....Shreveport... carried out promptly to tho Holds, uud" room in which thero is u lighted candle, 600 .1 m,, 13 (spread. Thero thoy nro freo from leaching lamp or gas-jeor In closo proximity to u waste, and thoro thoy will do the most stove, as tho gas goncratod by it Is very Mann lloudolr I'uffet Sleeping Cars on all trains. Hotel still maintains This old and igoxl. Xeglecl of tills liability to wash out daugerous. I). G. KDWAUDS, Gen'l Fn. l'ass. Agt JOHN C.OAULT, General Manager, Its highTeputation.andits Proprietor is determm. Tho lis an lis of dollars worth of .the best part of tho contents of tho barn- To coven tumblers of jolly, mako a pasto R. CARROLL, General Superintendent. to no conntry Hotel In J. QUINLAN, (ien. Advertising Atshall .yard Is often ono of tho great leaks of tho by stirring a tablespoon of flour and a ed that it in be second dickens die every year from Choi-erGeneral Oftices, St. Paul Huildlnj, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati Ohio, Its Fare, Appointments, or At ten arm, and yet it Is ono which may bo easily tablespoon of water Into a smooth mass the State It is more fatal to chickens than tion to his Guests. HaKSe conveyed to nnd prevented. and thinning It with mora cold water from depot free of charge' Special accommoda- all other diseases combined. Hut the Sweet potatoes should be taken out of tho until it Is seemingly no thicker than Travelers. discovery of u remedy tnat positively tground ns soon as thoy aro rlpo, which may water; dip each plcco of paper Into tho tions to Commercial To the Farmers of West Lincoln, SAW cures it has been made, and to be con. 4e cosily determined. When tbo potato pasto until It to wet through, draiu and Casey and Elsewhere. vinced of its efficacy only rehires a oroaKsury auu Keeps us ugui color wnen spread over tho top and press down ou tho AIho X..uni and Stock ibroken it is rlpo and may bo harvested, but ' sides. trial. t bottle is enough foi kif it exudes a gummy juico and turns dark ' Having been authonted by Mr C. C. VnnArs. Potato bread is said to bo good and one hundred chicken. It is guar is not yot npo. At all events wholesome for ovorvbody, and is especially THE GEETS' FURNISHER, dale, proprietor of Hustonvllle Roller Mills, as his as it dries it As I desire to leave Kentucky I will tell atgrcat antecd aKcnt for the purchase of wheat In this section of If, after using s thqyinust bo taken nut before it becomes recommended for dysjicptlcs. A simplo recof country, I call with confidence on my old aud tried sacrifice 3 saw mills complete u ith 30 horse boiler cold enough to freozn tho ground uud thoy ipe for it is to boil good mealy potatoes, then 513 4th St., Louisville. friends of the farming public to see me before en. and 30 horse engines, 3 taw works, ox log wag- a bottle, the buyer is not thoiotighlv gaging their crops elsewhere. Having been In on 3 j.horse wagons, biickboard, 1 spring wag. satisfied with .an better if thoy uru lifted out boforo tho pool and mash them, mid to two parts of,' . . it as a cure for Chicken tho trade about twenty years, I am familiar with on uud harness 3 yoke of cattle, 3 mules, t horse, The fashions of the day in the Gents rurnlsh. thebusinesi, I feel vinos nro killed with frost. Tho best way Wheat flour add onoof ,Otatoes and a littlo warranted, therefore, in the grist mill complete, and my farm of t6o acres of Cholera, return it to the tindetsigned ' I am no harvest thtiui is to cut the vines loose mni n.niat tlinn iiaiml lrnt.i.1 thn suhnln Inir line will alwavt be found In my store. declaration that I will be able to tacilitate the It noli land well timbered, Will sell privately. and vonr money will be refunded and turn them out with u Into dough uud lot Htunil to rlseund ferment aeent tor the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the transfcrof your crops to the advantage of all contfroai tho MART SMITH. ' " o cerned. f Maywood, Ky. plow, 3i J.U.GREKN. For sale by McRobert best Laundry in the world. Into tho oven.' boforo putting Stagg, Stanford Constipation ' BRYANT & STRATTON - f0ll BUSINESS COLLEGE If V o, 60FFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. htftfV jjtsssmt J. T. STTTT02T CO., al I Effective Remedy CHEW ncwly-invonte- d TOBACCONET. WALL PAPBE atnd p, dry-good- COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. B. K. TarEAHENTo ball-roo- nko Itti o T s FEKTNY, J"ETWJSTSEl'&jt Cci((&MWos4s) ! ll yKr0 Ayer's Pills, so M.T MEAT FOR SHOP Court-House frcgtssaaw,E t m fflo Co MU FILMY, CREAM A &. ZR fu r d I S3-- MERCHANT TAILOR I Ttrfwm 1 I 1 FALL AND Mountain Xands 1 m-. fl WINTER GOODS. knlck-orbock- , . s. PLEASE OBSBRYB -- T0 ir . VI Csi-t- A ' LOlfTID ' lo CO., WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, EWWg? AND SILVERWARE. iTHAT FIGHT O FOT.IL ASBMTMMNTWSrlw: uu"i. -- 1 KA irm a r r o ini. three-quarter- iioini QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE 1 '"' one-thir- one-hal- f l' ' 1 ..' ; THE GALT HOUSE, Jk 1 iS do-.ca- 111 Cholera Curs i 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 d M(DTJI!.L9 1 ' 111 ' ! t, well-kno- i - a. I MILL FOR SALE WOOD WALLACE, 50-cen- two-third- 1 1 ros jS-t- .Vr 'r- - . n ji-- r i. M