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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888111601 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. psr Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. A Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 46. 4888. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. NO. 80 HUSTONVILtE. Visit to Vayne. 1 know With- II llnlll,, l,,j,l l.,,u I,,.,.,. t'OllllllL'tl Mo.vrici:i.i.o. Nov. H. ilia IiiiihUt In tin niiiialrt of Imnl tliliijyi tirvo Wl.ei8 w,, typhoid fover. .1. thnit to try t- write Ifttfr lit to no h- i- i( j,,. mvjK, H0, j,'H filrm, h,m moved fore n w!rutlnl.ln public, when the wii- - , tmu,( tciuirjitor to u visit to Tvxiih. c, tie-ter in both lucllHoiit In Tlt. )()Vrf lilV0 for of nitiittiun thro lleient in tboiiKlit, wive to think what it wiivh tliey puns new comcrx, and called might have been, and nn blHoiwinei-ie.iU1, ineir ioreet, mil Jim mm KVll mere nkv over the election. Couple these i,L.foru m playfully used IiIh "hickory" three together, dear reader, 'and bear tu the develoiuiient'of er.inlal "bumps," with me in the few following piMgriipiH. ,l()t t.ilv(jfi0, j punology. What I inn ahuiinj to tell you about Is a .'elt. Cleveland hat had a idiort run Hi,,toiiville. Hut we po.eM Imtitict tiip I have juctr.'turne. frtiui to .Moiill- eello and Wayne eounty in guieni, in ,H to tlm'iliiuHsof thingV of whieli ut tlie inteivHt of the "cheape.Ht and bent, lllv t tt0 Vain. i'or intaiaef I., whero 1 am glad to iy 1 Hiiueeele.l both n A(jlllls ,.il1K ovor Tuesday, neat and in adding to our already largo lWt ofmib- t) jt), s ,H1,f i,nt vu.nrin a hat, iw well t it'turning with a well ,ix ll0V,, n,i Monijt.. M1M1,t Mlt f - fr cxp-ni-nc- r - ortlio-Huribur- a, a-- , Montieello is the s.tme place in every particular that It was live yiuw ago, when I made my llrrtt trip here. There is not a notable change I can tin I that has taken place, nor do I mi even the lace of a single innng, mo uu i On being interrogated he "1'ne Cleveland issues are not extinguished, hut teuiK)rarily under a cloud. I hold to the form because it Is suggestive of sym met rind and gloiious principles. The color I have adopted sliows that democmcy is at present a 1 met then. Hoiled dove, simply from contact with Hl, while there Is In the town, the sturdy mer-- j MH,r thing, nnd you notice I have used change i Diamond dye, not a fast color, to indi(Hunts ami oiisinesi men mim n woitli, until cate that the obscuration will soon nass or rather Increased their the poor have gotten nch ami tlu ru-i- i j awv 'itali for McCreary!" s,H.t. the election universal dullness richer, making Monticello possess as ma-- 1 ny, if not more, substantial businessmen ,as ,mmt.,i Ver our village. Kveryone than any town of Its siw in my knowl- - H(H.,I)H HMonMictl at the result. The There has b'eii only one failure t,nu 0U, in t.ntnmisitlef ami will for high olhYial ap-tu- ll in the last six years and tlie lrumuitTB prt., tlivir me they had as soon sell to Mutiti- - MIiitinentA. The third party did not mj-i- . cello merehimtH as to national banks. a brilliant c:untaign; nnd the Uesldcs being able to boast of Hiibstmi- ,M.4i pnlitifiil millennium is una-tielti.ens, no town lias a more socia-- 1 viI.bly postponed a few centuries, lite or kinder set of people than this ami Tu,u, ,; 0t,f ,)f Ml. 0(,v 0K( lastly, but bv no means leastly, she has WWjl, mv "diussed in our lW!l ns pretty a lot of girls as any plaiv, an 1 (.(,llimuitVi rw t.ondition of Miss Jude I knowof nothing that ailtls to n town Weatherford's health is a question of b-- I more than the last named, for the dear sorbing interest. Her multitudeof friends creatures bring tlie young men, and they arenwaitiiig anxiously for the result. are tlie acknowledged men, in business Hie herself seems t be the only one niul every other sense at this period. who can contemplate the question with Wayne county, blcm the soil in her perfect calmness. But the conllict is boundary, did noble woik in the elec- ended. At li o'clock Tuesday i: i. the tion. .ithough Finley had one of his gintle sull'eivr closed her eyes in peace. sons in tlie county for two weeks, buy- - Slit had Im'i'H for nirm mntiiiiMl tn Ing votes and sowing money, so to seak.jlu.,(l,)laill, ,urim, mt j,crioil ot the demwrats, without the aid of u cent, UlnmiriS).a, j s)lu t0 from Wolfor.1, r.iis d private siibscrip the last that she did not think that she tlons ami carried it for him ( Wolford) by was going to die, but n waited results in lit nnd Cleveland nnd Thurinan by 1. It perfect coiuK)sure. Her great solicitude is thought that Finley spent at least was for her family and friends. She was in the county. The respectable re- u it a member of any church, but from publicans are .down on Finley because of, early childhood seems to have lived in . .. . . i i ... r.. ui ." I.:. j tll, lxl..iM. of (.tri-tinins .llsgroeei.il oon.iuci, a... faitli, anddur-mone- y lilssliow hero would have been lItf llfr KiU.it., life ilhistnited the teach-simllto that of u snow ball in hades. n of u.r Slvl(,rt , Wl0 H,10 9wam ltamsey, who has Uhiii ei-- 1 10 m wMl lmilMl ,.al,fl,L.lla.. K.uv ther sheriir or deputy in t lis county , ,Kr u.kmw N,1L, ralllly nskt.,i for mi since M. and who has made uu elll-- j rm.ive(1 t t,e ,ialls of hor eii.u.o,,. cient olllcer, steps down nnd out on Jan. vwtWt tllL onHIK.e 0f baptism. It was I, to be succeeded by John Duncan, an- - n TOri.lllony t,llt wij m.Vl.r ,L. forgotten other gtxxl man, nnd a democrat. W bile by l0so Uq W(,ro pri.8eIltniemonii1e there is a geuural regret that Mr. Bam- - f()r lt ,.ariu,tt unostentatious , wy leaves the ollliv, it is consoling to and and nowhere is this more noticeable ratoBl ,..llrnir of the recipient. A nished, heated, with a given-hous- e know that the ollice i to be lllle.I liy Besides than in Owensboro. The result cf such conviction that the summons had arriv- stable ;is part of his belongings. gentleman wlio will do credit to both ed came upon her Tuesday afternoon, this the Chief Kxecutive lias allowed conduct, if it is not summarily stopped, himself and the party the BUh iiM. Without lurtiirhitioiislie him a private secretary, assistant private will ho bloodshed. A number of lawone r.riglit ferrill is inueeu tt,lH, lc.r frii.i.U iiroiind her and calm secretary, stenographer, live messengers, auiuingiiiuiieieniiiiieuiiieiimiiiiauu, I..,. I... .1 IKtYL' ll'UllU IlIJl lu UV :.,.Jl..l n ....w wm, to bid a steward, two doorkeepers, two ushers, i. down here and is as popular as he is y s(i(I. -- j m ,ivi .ll3UIH.il J !,.... . ..,.. iu... well known, l nose wno near.. illllllu . it night usher, a watchman, a few other their families insulted by low and disrepfri..vi.ii." inirho made quite a number of spcedus each in turn, she delivered her pitting minor clerks and telegraph operators a utable negroes, and though the mortaliduring the campaign, and his explana- admonitions in strains of angelic sweet- - total additional appropriation of about ty among them lias been large since tlie tion and views on the tarill' were so plain lies and thrilling eloquence. It was a $7.",000. Tliis looks pretty large, but 4th of August, as a result of differences that even the children understood it. ulorioiis sermon, l'inallv she called for Queen Victoria is allowed over three among themselves, it will probably be Bright is a clever, good fellow, and the a song and a few of her young lady millions for herself and household. greater before the holidays are over, unless they learn to keep their proper plac men with whom he is associated in bus- friends responded, mid soon she passed Tlie Orandiu wheat farm of Dakota es. Owensboro Messenger. iness speak of him in the most compli lawny. She had just completed her 21st consists of more land than any one man mentary manner. year. "l don't say marriage is a failuie,"said can cultivate cleverlv and leel at home The republicans are preparing for a Adam, candidly, as lie sat down on u log, speak-ur- s on. It comprises 10,000 acres, of which MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. big jubilee Thursday night, when just outside the Garden of Mden, and Foity-llv- e 111,000 are under cultivation. of note will be present and no doubt I.. I. Carter Ii.ih miM his property double-gan- g plows and hai rows are iimmI, looked hungrily at the fruit on the other tull thuui how Ben Harrison will save ami will move to Indiana. (l" g harvesting machines and side of the wall, "hut if I had remained thu woild from ruin. Tlie Jackson eounty grand jury has (5 estimable steam threshers. The thresheis, which single this wouldn't have happened." Mr. Cosby Gaits, a most indieted a number nf vote sullern. are very large ones, will each knock out Chicago Tribune. u very popularone.died young man, and The enw of T. V. riieMnut, eharged Tuesday night of typhoid fever. le wan with adultery, was railed Monday ami L',000 bushels of w heat a day. 1 n the use The woolen mills at Tullahonui, of mule and steam power machinery, ev- Tenn., burned; loss $75,000. u son of dipt. J. I. Gatts and although dismissed, no witui'Mei appearing. ery ell'ort is made to economize as much not a professor of religion, was a most Mix. Or. WeM, of Kingston, ift visitas possible in the employment of men. young man. conseioucious How to Secure Christmas Gifts. ing in this county. Mrs. S.illie Maiet, There is no poetry or domestic bliss in Only ulicrt time and ChrUtma will be here The sickest man over thu election, Paint l.iek, was visiting Loudon ami this such farming. It is some satisfaction to Don nua want to know how tu be enabled to iti Coun'y Attorney Jack Saulley. plaee dining tlie week. Miss Sallio Tay all your friend villi appropriate irtfts a' ,,1C know that as regions grow older in setHo worked night and day for tho demo- - lor, otoitutts, lenn., is vlniting ner sis- tlement this big scale kind of farming expense of only a few hours' ork? Then write ..mill' mute, and when defeated all! ter, Mrs. Win. Hanks, this plaee. ttSirei't& Smith, 1" O. 110x3634, Ne York City decline. around it was about as much as lie could for partkiilait. Four unknown persons took their The total number of suicides commitbear. He is thinking of leaving hero for horses into tho Pisputant'i church Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. tho West and his departure will cause a night after the election and fed ted in France dining (lie year 1SS7 was 'IhuiieitsaUcinlhc uorlit tor cuts, lrule ! C. . 7,071', of which I'.lllS are attributed to general regret. tlieui corn in the pulpit, split ami burntores, ulcers, salt rheum, fexer soros, tetter, chapped Hands, chilblain. conHj.nnd all skin eruped upborne of the seats and left awhile mental alllictions of dill'crent kinds, Money, the root of all evil, wouhl he to physical suil'ering, i7o to domes- tions, and positively cure piles, or no pay rebefore day. It is thought the parties M)0 to drunkenness, iibuless in him' of eholem without Uan-ter- 't tSI! to quired. It is guaranteed to jjle perfect satisfacKHbits are tic troubles, per box. Trice 5 in weie from Madison eounty. niagie chieken eholera eure. It poverty, JlO'i to pecuniary dillieulties'Oi' tion or money refunded. Stanford, cents Ky. being made to liae the guilty peisous for kale ! A. R Penny, St MeltohertH & Stagg. warranted hy to the desire to avoid imprisonment, 100 arrested. to tlie loss of employment, 8'. to the fear Renews Her Youth. of exposure, ol to the loss of relatives, Mrs. I'lucbe Chesley, leterin, Clay Cu., Iowa Syrup of Figs maMrs. Ilethuno became a raving following remirkalile story, ths truth of Is Naturo' own true laxative It is the niac on seeing her mangled husband's and 'Jo to the dread of military service. elU theis vouched for bj tue residents of the town, which tnoit easily takon, and tho most effective, remains taken from the Pittsburg, Kus., Among tlie other causes specified in the I am 73 years old, have been troubled ith kidney: reirfedy known to Cleanso tho System mines, and going home saturated her live leturns, 22" suicides are put down to complaint and lameness for many year; could not Dead-achePall dress myelf without lielp. Now I am free from children with kerosene as they lay in jealousy and crossing in love. when Bilious or Oostlvo; to dispel pain and soreness and am able to do all my own bed. She then poured it over herself Mall Gazette. Colds, and Fevor; to Curo Habithousework. I owe my thanks to Electric Hitters ual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. and setting the to her clothes lay down A new recipe for stopping rat holes is for having renewed my youth and remoied comManufactured only by tho California Fig with them. She and four children, with to inoisfen old newspapers and knead pletely all dioease and pain. Try a bottle, 500 and , the house, were burned up, the other them into paper inaclie. Dip tlie pulp $1, at A. H. Penny's Ilrug Store. Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. child, a girl of 1, escaping. hy A. It. Penny, Stanford. For salo thus formed into a strong solution of c Worth Knowing. acid, then press the mass while wet That lUclniif CoubIi can be to quickly cured .Morgan, merchant, Lake City, l'la. Mr. W. H. hy Shiloh'i Cure. We guarantee it. McItoocrU into the holes. The rodents will bo kept was taken with a severe Cold, attended with a The Only Perfect Remedy Stanford; Crow A: Co., McKinney; E. away by the acid, which will make their ArSUcCi Cough and running into Consumption in For habitual constipation, dyspepsia, and W. Jone, Crab Orchard. its first stages. He tried many so called popular feet sore ami prevent their gnawing. The kindred ills is tho famous California liquid cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Was Slceplcts nightt made mWerallc by that terrible paper will dry and urn bo papered or reduced in Mesh, ha J tlimsulty In breathing and strengthromedy, Syrup of Figs. pocket-hook- tilled . script color. said: "'"", m-"- ne-ctlg- e. I ,, al , ' ui-cL- s j,tl.,j $1,-IK- ... , ar , II. T. Noel Iiiih moved to his new Win. Klliston, a widower of 114, and law ollh'o over J. IS. SweeneyV store. Miss Susie, the daughter of -llunley Singleton bought of Hugh Charles Lawson, were married on the ANDM. Smith his reiddence on Lexington st. 14th. forSl.lHK). Joseph Chamberlain, a member of Dr. W. W. (innlnernml Hov. S. C. the English Parliament, lias arrived to Humphreys are conducting n protracted marry Miss Mary Kndicott, a daughter meeting at the Fork. of the mugwump Secretary of War. THK- It is reported that we are to have The news coins that Dr. J. Hnlleck three new enterprise! noon two family Uallou was married last week to Miss groceries ami one eonfeetionery Nellie Ash, of Chicago. The doctor is a We hope the proposed meeting to brother of Mr. Humphrey Uallou, whose "jubilate" over the election of Harrison marriage is recorded in this column, and will be abandoned. Kuough is enough. moved to Haven, Kansas, several years -Have decided to- great Dr. Tahnage in his last ago, wheiu he enjoys a line medical pracSunday's sermon preached exactly what tice. His friends here send their good Geo. O. Barnes has been preaching for wishes. ye.us concerning the devil and his powIn Macon City, Mo., Nov. Kl, at the er. In addition to charging the devil residence of, in the presence of the famiwith all sickness, earthquakes and cy- ly of and by Kldur J. M. Coleman, Mr. clones and the deluge hi the days of T. S. Jones, a thrifty farmer of JacksonAs Quietly as Possible Their Stock of Noah, lie further states that tho devil ville, Randolph county, Mo., and Miss worked destruction in this world before Katie, daughter of Mr. G. S. McKinney, Adam and Kve were created. Now, of McKinney, Lincoln county, Ky., were Ba i lies has been preaching these truths united in marriage. The marriage was a for years and because of it he has been very quiet one and a surprise to their denounced as a heretic and a follower of friends. May the same quiet, businessCol. Ingersoll. But now thatTulmage has like spirit characterize the couple thro' stumbled on it, or borrowed it from life. J. M. C. Barnes, the very pious who go by church Mr. ltollie Guthrie, agent of the L. "authority," and take whatever they it N. at New Hope, anil Miss Susio prescribe, will swallow it like maple moof Nelson county, were married -And to largely reduce- lasses, because it comes from a "regu- Tuesday at the residence of the bride's lar." The sermon should he read by nil, parents near Gethsemane. Mr. Guthrie especially by the religious bigots. lived hero several years and made the fi.iuiintinti tf lwittn mi tYMi1 lottt vniini " A circular to the medical profusion of ,., ..,.. , .7 ... iiupiuirr. tiitiii. iii- - ..... (. .. v... ...v Kentucky has just been issued by Dr. J. accomplished. and is highly X. McConnack, of the State Board of brunette Their entire spent a day or two of their bridal med- They Health, calling attention tothe new with Mr. Guthrie's sister here, Mrs. ical practice act, requiring every physi- trip J. A. Carpenter. cian now engaged, or who may hereafter GOODS.-- & Tho marriage of Mr. Humphrey Balengage, in the practice of medicine in lon to Miss Nellie, daughter of Mr. II. W. this State, to register his diploma in the was consummated at the hitter's clerk's ollice of tlie countv where he is Gaines, residence Wednesday afternoon, Elder In order to accomplish this purpose, it will be necessary to located or proposes to locate, now in Jos. Ballon performing the ceremony. name ell'ect, and will he made compulsory unThe attendants were Miss Ellen Ballon der heavy penalties, after the 1st day Mr. Itobert Gaines; Miss Elma Baof April, 'next. Kach diploma, except and ker and Mr. C. 1 Crow. Immediately those from medical colleges chartered was" tied the bridal party under the laws of Kentucky, will require after the knot drove to the groom's father's, where an "We fully realize this, to be certified and endorsed as being iselegant reception awaited them. Mr. sued from n reputable nnd legally charBallon is to be congratulated on the haptered medical college before it can be py fruition of his hopes. He has been n registered in any county. By special the excellent agreement Dr. McConnack has been au- devoted suitor and deserves little woman's tenderest love. A clever, thorized by law to make such endorseAnd the order has been given to prices. industrious and capable man, ho will alment and diplomas should be sent by ways have the wherewithal to keep the mail to him, in registered package, indoor and provide for her B3EGXTKT ! cluding a sulllcieiicy of stumps for return wolf from the handsomely. May he and "his little postage. No fee will be charged, buttlie black-eye- d beauty" be always as happy matter must be attended to promptly by AVe have marked all Cloaks, Dress Goods, Dress Trimr, as now. They left yesterday for every physician. His address is Bowling whero Mr. Ballon will open up a mings and Carpets at Gieen. grocery store at once. Besides the salary of the President, Tiiekk is complaint in the press all which is $o(),000, there is an ollicial resiover Kentucky and the South of the indence provided for him at Washington, which is kept in repair, carpeted, fur- solence of the negroes since the election, ROBERTSON KINNAIRD, Promoters of Low Prices, The Ut 1ST, Pot-ting- Cloaks, Wraps & Jackets, Dress Goods and Carpets, BEFORE JANUARY WINTER ' ..... ,,.,; -- H1NE OF FALL SOME mm, VERY LOW PRICES. HAVE COUNTED THE COST! SLAUGHTER THE HATTOC HAS Ijiii-caste- Prices that will Astonish and PLEASE Our customers and will utterly nuiie.s i.. ,! .... , i.r ,. "ii fll - ,. "u" ",i3 "t 1Tftllcll i1le "- i,,i "Nyv.wwii:v; and as we propose, on -i- U ,.,!- - 3iu.ii .,i rTTrp sv J. umiw Desirable Goods, and they will not meet it now. - f iw SITOTE THE DIFFERENCE; Camel's Hair 42-inc- li, S-inch, j I Serges, Henriettas, 'JS-inc- li, yesterday $1; " 00c: SI: to-d- ay )0 (50 cents; u 75 ' ' a' ' Ye only mention these few Staple Goods have an idea what reductions we are makinn. that yon may 1 On Fancy Silks, Trimmings and Xoyclties the CUT will be even greater. The prices of Clonks will be cut half in-wo. t ts lire-se- jSPC'im you allbrd to let this opportunity pass yon AVe think not, and we can not believe that' any lady who reads this page will fail to secure he share of the good things ollered. lcmembcr that W'ed-nebil- Saturday, Doo. 8th., N is Our Op9nin Day of Christmas Goods, & The largest and most attractive stock we have ever had. R0BEBTS0H Mo (Do KINNAIRD, Danville, Ky. s, 1IMJPILE!Y9 Is Receiving His ox-ili- MERCHANT TAILOR FALL AND WINTER Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, fruit It GOODS. Give him a Trial. Tho total wealth of tho country is estimated at $45,000,000,000. It is said Catarrh Cured, health and eetbreath secured Remedy. Price joccnti. Nav- that 1,853 persons own $1,000,000,000 ami by.Shiloh'sCuurrh Will you tulTcr with Dypepiia anJ liver Com. al Injector free. McKobcrt & Stage, Stanford; that 1,000 persons coutiol fortune investpbintt Shiloh'i Vitaliicr l guaranteed to cure Crowd; Co , McKlnnpy; - W. Jone, Crab Orch- ed in corporations, etc., rated at $20,000,-000,00you. McKo'ietH Stags, Stanford ! Crow & Co. ard, . ens as woll as cleanses tho systom, it is easily takon, and perfectly harmless. For sale hy A. It. Penny, Stanford. ou cough, hhiloh't Cure i the remedy for Mcltobcitt & St igg, Stanford! Crow & Co., Mc Kinney; K. W. Jonu. Crnh Orchtrd. - painted. i 0. was unable to sleep. Finally tried Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption .ml fmiil immediate relief, and after using about a half doren bottles found himself well and has hid no return of the dl.ease. No other remedy can show so grand a recordof cures as Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Ouaranteed to do Just what is claimed for it. Trial bottle free at A K. Penny's McKinney; K. W.Jonet, Cral Orchard. DrugStor BRYANT& STRATTQN Business College Jlook Keeping, Short Hand, Telegraphy, f I 1 C IhlaiEay IV 1'rlfo for Catalogue unit full information. blUlO V HIE? Isf V Co 1 .V jAia. Jn v , rr T"9Z - I, W k. Jf I? . w ' Louisville voted by a good majority 15y an explosion in a Belgian coal Tiik Cincinnati Commorcial'liazcttc, whoso editor, Murat Ilalstead, hates tho mine tt'J of tho .15 miners employed were Wednesday to Issue u million dollars in bonds for street purposes. prohihltionibts about as h;il ns he does instantly killed. Taylor's majority for governor of Ualluy Peyton killed Willis Ingram, tho South, says with his usual bitterness: Stanfokd. Ky Novemm.ii 10 18SS "The expression of great Htirpriso at the a negro boy, in his father's corn Held, in Tennessee is fully ;!0,000, tho largest democrat it majority for year. sizo of the prohibitory presidential vote Jessamine county, during a ipiarrel. M z , , - "wmtrymmk. u" .xd'.t" W. M. Showers, who murdered the in Indiana is attributed to lien. Harris V. IP. on, lie does not understand how, with j two illegitimate children of his daughter, IN LKAD! his record as a temperate ami temper-- was hung Wednesday at Lebanon, Pa. Amh.no the llrnt tilings tlutt tin repubman, nearly 10,000 Gitizons of his The old man asiV years of ago. mice licans will do on renaming power will ho own State deliberately throw nway thoiri lion. Pass. Agent O. P. Atmore's res. themliiiissiciiiof tliruo now states, D.iko votes in an election that history will re- - ideiieu at Louisville was entered Tnes-- , Weekly Kdmon ol ihv Ciimmir. wl l..i i.i ta, Montana ami Washington. As each ..,,..1 11 . l.n .ru ...... lrnf . .,171 l VI ...v.... nil. lit ... ............. nod ieivelrv. ...... ...i.ll .f tlii.'.tiiv ......... hv liiiri'lnrri. who ,... fill' Willi Tiio Foromoat, in III I" UlVJ.-- k iixmiitiititiio ;a ..,. largely republican, this will win six generation. i I, faJ .,.,.1-i.,., Froaiiest and Fairest is ,...!! ,.., . ,,,.,. , , . ...a '51 i.imii.e., silver UI.WW... j. more iivnntora nml - or ,Jo more pulilithtd Hear lh. mirr ' Daviess county Weekly Win. Wood, tho dalous; and one of the things the repubto their majority ami then lican party must more and more do in fanner who chloroformed his wife and tlic poputaitunorihlf K'Mt UupubtU. mid mail. i fortified in place, they will make it I'vim tho future is to discourage and light tho outraged her daughter, committed suito tiny iiitilrc lor Iim tlutt twti ecm h rrl i.y more dillicult than ever for the demo- third party foolery and fanaticism. In cide on tho morning set for his trial. thejear. Tlii pnpor nduiaic with Hio ihi.k crats to htorm their breastworks. In the the very places where the republican Patrick Paeklitini, who killed his meantime thoy will see the drift of sen- party has done the most for the canto of wife April 2, by cutting her on the back ot ctnph.il AuttNlcw ihkaIii the comln t timent for tariff reduction and will pass temperance within practical lines, there of tlie neck witli a razor, was sentenced all our gtivvntHiiint affairs, ttra (ration of ui r some Bitch a bill ns that introduced in has been tho greatest increase of tho at New York to be hanged .Ian. I. pMple, the liitienncnt nf their rlnamlal and hiI the Senate to pull the wool over theeyes third party mischief. Pass the word A passenger train went down an caiidtiiuns anil the purity f Htr Amerium of the people. It looks considerably like along the republican lines that tliis sort embankment near Charlotte, X. C, and the j,'. o. p. lmd come to stay another of cattlo are to be branded for the slaugh catching lire, every combustible pait was Momei. The UYvlly (Write U A RpWn.ati seiL'o, but (tod reigns and we shall pin ter house, and never spared, lhey burned,' but nobody was seriously hurt. paper to lhucrrand tnntl hy tho United Suite our trust on the hope that defeat will sOpnolmi have tlic distinction of being the The Knights of Labor are iu session Conitlimimi. It ii, Mrlctly tptulln, n I'auiia reunite the democracy that when the most jmpRu.ticable breed of fools iu the at Indianapolis. The report shows that N'kumai icr, an J ihiHilil Ue in every family ill tht battle of tho ballots shall again wage WOrld." tho onler has lost .500,000 members in hrotul land during the neat numthv 'I he Week it four veins from now, we shall wipe it olr v a vear and that it is in debt nearly ", Them: is a pretty, general disposition (XX). ly Ciiiclia I a KTctit educator, ami ecry itrpan of the face of the eaith. among democrats to concede tho right of A Washington dispatch to the Now meiit i full of ilitirmt to oW and young I he Of tho Business of Mrs J. F. WEAKEN, dealer in Is an at tide commemorating the iWth the republicans to the ollices as soon as York Sun savs that (..rover Cleveland iiewit ft pen from every part of the imlietl Mr. the next president shall be inaugurated, birthday of the Courier-Journa- l, ,y public life as a monitor of Watterson mys "On tho .question of tariff but yc concur with the l.vrKinoit .lorn- - CoiWe.ss within tho next four or five Kloho. hi pniper fotm. A vurlntr ol alet travel, aiUenture, lonf and uliort nt'ne reform tho paper enlisted early, and for' xw, in the opinion that there is no par- - years. The small prohibition vote in the e ery week the war, and never means to give it npiticiilar propriety in democrats signing' wiai me pcuiue until the purpose of tho Constitution is petitions to have democrats put out and founiy ouiy i CnrtM, Sand for rt Snmplo Copy. Price SI n ndiieveil and tho dream of the reformer reniihlirans nut into their nluces. The "re not vol ready to auantion uio old Year, or 0 months for 65 conts. Georgetown realized in a tariff exclusively for public ejectments will go on fast enough after ' political organizations. a tariff for revenue only, equal March 4th, and if Mr. Harrison wishes Times. pnrpot.es, Scmi-Wccld- v Com Miss Mamie indium, of tlainesville, and exact justice to all, exclusive privil- - tho assistance of democrats he will doubt-ege- s Mi.s.sXold's school Kla., who is attending vie- - lots ask for it. now, to none. Though Louisville Times, in Louisville, has lost both parents and A fifty ! column paper, poblWhed every 1 ne torv is inevitable. And so, as we said KUKK.V for his politics, Jollll L. Wil- - her oldest bister bv vellow fever in the KU:iT "linnd.iiinrrmv" tliiit. November loom-- ! day and r'ridd), and untums the general news at . . ... ... i i. . i M)" u, weeks. republican elected to Congress "Good-mor' ing L0 years ago, do wo say I here will not be iinicli of a sliako-a- s home and abroad. nothing daunted by disas- in tho 10th district is fully as good man row" 1" the depirtinents at Washington Prlco $2.-1ft year, or O months $1 20. Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, Engines, Threshing' Machines, Clover the defeated Pav and neither is much P ter; nothing dismayed by dangers; nothSample coptos freo. Hullers, Saw Mills, Feed Cutters, Horse Powers, Hay, to brag of. Wilson is about 10 years of age next March, as only about '2h nor cent. ing distrustful of that Hod, which is a and has served one term iu the Ken- of those holding ollice there now are The premiunu offered with the Weekly ami Grain, Seeds, Coal, &c, good and a just God, and, by whose grace democrats. C.-.(iatuttu arc valuable. AiMraaa we have not the least doubt that tucky Senate. He was the founder and All 'l h,i,h dri irrfull, srlfie.l (r and help si i,.l t r.t Unul4ci t it it o i on airy. s The democratic Federal TIIK COM.MKKCIAI. C.AnTII CO , we shall live to see the republican party for some time the editor of theMountaiu theirrus-ignationsat Findlay, ()., have sent in which we sincerelv believe to bo an Kcho, and while a poor speaker, i still a CMCIHIMti Uklo ouco, to take elfect the Hh false in our pub man ot considerable ability, more re- agnregation of all biiu is MMttAT IUl.tHt), l'fMdMI. f March, next, but this example is not from the face of the earth spoctable in every respect than the othlie life-wi- ped 1HU Kuhanu Smith, " (r Kentucky republican Congressman, t likl'l.v () become, coiitageous. which it "" Hy the burning of Hryant's Hotel at Frank Finlev. lU. H. riUIKIN lost their K, MAKTlN Chattanoogn, three pert-oir C.uiuxij:s miijoritv is 11,052, but an ex- llaonHCAD, KyMAr, iS;. Tiik solid South was not broken after lives, Mai. Higger, of Atlanta, Thoinnsl aniination of the ballots east for him Alkriht shows that 7,502 were perforated, enough "" The democrats carried West Virgin-- ' .Moore, of Ulooniirgton, III., guests, and j f,ud and catiomer of th ciiaa"" fi' HA VI to defeat him should the very lino point ' ior ,l10 "tional ticket by 1,000 major- - .un Jones, white chainberinaid. , MARTIN & PERKINS, 1 if 11 The number of vessels hailing from be insisted on by the republican House, hy, elected a governor, : if not 4 Con-J MIX .LV AXL legislature hy : or 1 (Houcester, Mass., whieli have been lost The new firm iioprt not imly to uetaiw the Hut it dare not unseat Carlisle intheface gasmen, and the of the old, hat (Blend make many im- I of such a majority. .Should it, however, majority on joint ballot. A corruption j during the year, is H, one more than provement in IM manufacturela of I'jWco win. h would give the hind has been bent to change this, but during the previous year. The total loss will be to the interett of oarIu lutlumcri. We will have tlio gall to do so, it devote Mcil attention oar Natural l.eul ' of life is IT.!, leaving 1(5 children father- - brand of Kenlmky heal leaf. I hanking )ou gentleman such an nil vantage for the V. ' h is not likely to Miccecd. forpat f.kvori jnl akini for a coniinuation 01 less, S. Senatorship that all the combined (,'mu-tii'- s majority as ojlicially report-- 1 The contents of the late Samuel . I. or trade, e rennln M Ak I IN tfuUv tnr A 1'KKKINS Jm hosts of the other candidates could not ed is 11,027. Considering the mean fight Tilden's wine cellar were sold Tuosdiiy. and made against defeat him. Carlisle in the Senate him, this is a most remark- - Steinberger sold at $:i.5() to $D per bottle, Havinff secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watch-make- r .ucvmir opeaKur oi uw "".. u.. u.u ""IV ...,...... HIKI UIIVIKl tlinr .....ij,!., .i. ! Ill r1.l Mn.lxa.a ! 711 mwl uomn nlilo ... .w. itiiI ...,. IIUIIKJMIIV ' CVIII I '" , , IJlUllV VIM UHIUlli .).-- n.oiigress, w.i.c. we u.m-.- i ..uu .11 bti, poswiwil ol n li majority of men with many years' experience, all work dono with neatness s wliNky, 40 yours old, at SI 1.50 ' lie lumuiT.mu, wouiu uum ""'Kumm who 11M, willing to put (, GEO. A. KOItlEK, and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasso3 to 3uit the jier gallon. which would givu eminent satisfaction on such ineaOey methods ns were resort During a republicnii celebration at ; D 1310 KEH e both to Kentucky and to the nation. ER ed to to defeat Caruth. Hrail, Indiana, some one thrown hunch 40 A 41 Droadvtay and 51 N'rw Slrcrl, of lire crackers on the stairway at the There will be 1525 members in the next Ax Internal Revenue store-keepv at resilience of Win. llarr. His wife, who Nl'W VOKK CITV Hous-- of Representatives and the veri- - I Louisville took the result of the election rt.i.1 to liwirt disease, dropped Itwl ...i ul.n... !... Il!f1.1....i.f.itu win subject StockH, Bonds, arnin. Provisions and so much to heart that holms gone-mv- deatl from tho excitement. republicans have certainly been elec- - . Potroloum. give up a is '"" cnizy. IDK,UC3-a-IS-T Tim Himleiiie if Mrs. Miirv .1. Knbiiul .illi ill titoiiivin ill ...ji...... lllikvi. ... good, fat &D in. .11,11 !(.. IM.UOHT SOLD.V CARItlKI) ON MAKIilN . thin but it is to be hoped that , ,,.,.., ,.0OI1 to are the 1st and 5th California, 2d I.ouisi asylums will not be overrun bv men like I. S. Sviid firr explanatory fmmphUl In iv for tho inurdor Ilfxton, Mas., West Virgin ami, 10th Miohigan ami the above , DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, of her brother-in-lawl'rince A. l'ree ia. Iu Louisiana the chances are in fa sol- vorot'the republicans, in the otiier dN ItKTi'itNs from ll:t of llm 11!) entiiitiiis man, iu lSC)f b.is been commuted to FANCY ARTICLES, &C. iriMimiiPiU for life. tricts they aro practically even. It the of Kentuckv show Cleveland's miijoritv ilar-iMrctf. yirt- - M.",iI,," U' r.lTX" aged 2S tiralety OrV') C republicans get three more it will give, K0farat2(i,:5i7. Tlie other counties will 1 bin notice forewarn 'p. rn.fiii. hunter, lialiermvii and Phy.icw pre ripe " nrr. oil . V..E..V them the organization of the House and !(. J ri.iwJ "Viuu f.i.nt u'l.ii,. laUk 3J. ' yenw, war. sliot niiit killeii in I'hlladel- - other not to triaa will l our land without ull L pro'OMiti'd to the uiiaalun, a nil audi lit. i HIIV . . MfMKMriifawiw mi,Kei" ; v. after that with the number of contests irooda1. at first claimed, it is still more phia Tuesday by a young widower nam- ct rxtmit ol IHu law iiiea ,R3rJ ed 1'eter Kritchumn, who ('laiiiisthatshe T. I HIM., fillll I) liniM'KK suggested they will make their majority, t,HllI io,000 greater than Coventor Duck-a- s I St. McKOllUltlsJK M S. lll'(fIMAN, THE LARCE3T STOCK OF WATCHES, 7WW"Yvu!iS"V?t .y. HRt'ti: brought about the ruin and death of his largo as they want it. Justice aiulners .McAi.isiiK. . y" s H. IIAUCIIMAN. !. II SHANKs, wife, which occurred a few weeks ago. right never enter into their calculations, MKS IIKNR IIAlt.HMAN. A .M HI. AMI CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Hucci, tlie Italian faster, who claims! K I 1'JINLK It is some consolation anyhow to know when party advantage is at stake. Kver brciijhl t ihi n irki I IVu li.w cr I' I 0 .Jr that Delva Ann Lock wood takis her do- - to possess an elixir which renders fowl the InweM. Wal he. C'lm Vv jrid Jewi Ir II c . rv.n-...- i is stated that Hon. A. M. Swoiiel f., ,,.:n, .,.., v.,.i 1.141 It P..J -- -J unneecssary, has just llnlshed a fast ofiA W,, lVlnjm-paired on htrt ioti c ntt wan iteil B g,Ll. ( rj&t i.uu v.' itiu ! v&pgju- a"ft Ml iM kmP will likely bo appointed Commissioner she would tear her sh , no her :M),laysatH.ircolona, Spain, lfu alk-jof Internal He venue. He would mako a when she heard the shocking news. ed, foneud and slept during Ids foodless f I - - a. " """ ' l",,tn uI .1... I. good one, having had much experience "" """ Ul.1.1. month, and retained liK health and ? Tin: Hopkinsville Now Kra threatens strength. iu the business as Collector of the Lexington District, which he tilled mofet to become a daily in tlie near future. 1'eter Howe, heiiior ineinbor of the) creditably. We were "fomenst" the Well, Hunter Wootl will need something Iwnking linn of How o Son, of Winona, lecntly by Jolmli Carienier i have put ttu. si A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. handsome Colonel in his late race for to nmuse him after Cieorge W. .lolly su III. and his ...ir.. .. .... ..u..u :......, I u.m. "le mof .,, ,'fniu rrnair and am iiirnisnnir n wiiii fe,d brara Congress, but wo are for him now for ceeds him as collector of that district. who afday night by Charles Hurkliart, First-Clas- s j Buggies, anything good Mr. Harrison may have terwards committed suicide by cutting New Stock of j Tho Foremost Weekly Newspaper of the Surreys, &c, in store for him. Ill's throat, when he found himself susCentral West. And am prepared to accommodate all who may pected of the murder. The republicans will not abolish the! The Weekly Gazette, of Cincinnati, litre me a trial It is claimed that the shrinkage in lavorincwltntliclrti.itrtMi.iue. J.X. MKNKFKK 66 If - stands in the front rank of weekly news-- 1 Of Lancaster, Ky.f have opened in the house formorly occupied by internal revenue system, as their plattho internal commerce and business of form promised. Ihere are too many papers of the Nation. For general news, Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s Bakery, Restaurant and the country timing tlie past fourinonths, to provide for. The at home and abroad, correct market re- hungry olliee-seekeCalifornia Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everyexciteinent,aniounts owing to the election Littlo lied Hog will want to get astride a j ports, sketches of travel, short stories, to thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of not less than S'iOO.OOO.OOO. The claim I).v-- j adventures, for boys ami girls, it is not I am Ageiit For 1 lie whisky barrel agiin, while Lawyer is used us an argument in favor of ex Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. ison will have to have something of tho; surpassed Kast or West. It is, strictly tending the presidential term. COAL, sort for his Herculean services. speaking, a Family Paper, and worth Henry Howe, ot Hart county, asked several times tlie subscription price. The And will leep tin hand tti my yard MissSallie Logsden to marry him, whieli in Stanford. It Tom Aiike didn't prollt by his brothadvertisement appeai-- in another col-- i she consented to do, provided he would Respectfully, er's deatl on the gallows, but went in R. ZIMMER, limn. Hair. promise her never to take another drink Also Limo, Sand less than a year afterwards ami laid himWholesale and Retail. of whisky. Uowe soon afterwards blow OIu tnti n Call self liable to tho same penalty by killing NEWS CONDENSED. JOHN II IIKir.lNS, .out his brains, and Miss Logsden has t. fij u Dodo Jenkins, at Lexington. It will bo Stanford. ' Tlie Canadians are enjoying a desp.ih- come insane, her recovery being .veil when the liibt of the murderous set snow. ed of. Uowe was a young man of steady feels the halter draw. iartiiv.x Wrar'ii,r a. .. r?wwi-i4ciu- : .Sweet Owen's democratic majority is habits, aged about IS years. "i. ' i ..1J .no oa come to De-- W. S. Sehuiuaker, post master at Car- - i uM The welcome frosts have litu bite catur anil all fears of a continuation of Three Mormon elders were tarred bon Hill, Ala., has been in such a state i hH i cisiintt-iKiv- ,v " a? m .twm i of mind over the result of the presidenthe yellow fever leign aro dispelled. Tho anil feathered iu Marion eounty,'Ala. 0IUUISVIUJ lltwAlBAHYXCHICASORjSGeorgia's ollicial vote gives .Cleve- tial election, that even the blandishipiarantino against it has been opened and L. & S, trains now stop there, tho land a majority of 00,00;!, or L'0,000 moro ments of a bride of 17 years have been llrst time for several months. than iu 1881. lost upon him. He got drunk and going - l.civini; lloth Hovey's plurality for governor of In- home attempted to kill her, when she VirOhio has taken the place of old diana over Matsou is -- ,1!H, against 7,'.V.)2 seued n pitol and got in her work llrst, & ginia as tho mother of presidents. Kv-er- y forUray in 1884. killing him instantly. j Daily, SccureJ to I'ravelcrt, republican elected to that ollico since A colored church in Fleniingcounty Minister Iluck is about to get up a Lincoln Grant, Hayes, (Jarlield ami has discharged its pastor for voting the war with Peru, befoio' ho leaves never to THE MOST RAPID ROUTE -j- MaBBBBBaBBBBaBVaBBBBBMijSl liEHl"lffi!Bnl WOHKblSUX mMKLi Harrison, first saw the light in that rot- democratic ticket. hold public ollice again. When the IV- -, lialiuuan iVia n pm 1 cAmmarf lil !. nllaiHhla.1 u... ten burrough. i. Jiifful mv n An Ohio woman lias just given birth t'livittu imt'iit'ii tiwtut nviVi till rtlllt'A'lila ' tlllC Ull IIIC JIIIU lIVC MIIU rkf,. allt t... .....! UH,, nn.l IICIII.V ! f UMIMI.lll IUM1III ltmu .: time and trains be-to a baby weighing '22 pounds, nearly as tlli'UiUlltl, .1 cniiMi. r.f kn1i11f.i-- nnt the funtettpoit m Chemct comfortable Weil and South, or to the tweC) aJI Tin: latest from tho House is that tho hnild.tiy fiiuinos-- 1 Northwcu. The counterpart Ii of Iihi train on .ill large as a fair sized calf. fnrcihli nnsMinn of a '' ' i.nnl. I'm., la .1 innilii. t .l I democrats claim it by- ami tho republiilnllil -General Harrison made his first ap- oil to belong to tlio Areppa railway, but The tupvrb rolling tock we eniploy k'vc lint... XZ0$ ulroni cans by :i. May tho good Lord help it Unlimited Comfort. pointment by selecting II. F. Tihhots as Decupled by the I'uiteil Static Consul at rr-ill Coupon Ticket Office. In the South to he tho former. his ollicial stenographer. Mollenilo. Tlio coat of arniH was remov- you will find our lime initio, and ticket. Say Mo-Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture nun, set Motion and Mick to Motion, il you want Michael Gorinloy was instantly k'ill-e- d ed, tlio door iiailloukeil ami tlie Coiihul to ave money and luvu a plejtnnt journey. Ci.KVi:i..Ni has a popular majority of and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will ho as low as such goods k o. Mccormick, ami John Hayes fatally injured by lujpt out of bis ollice for a week. An apnvcir 100,000. It ww) nl a little over (irneral Patscnircr Agent, Chicago. can be bought in tho cities. Give mo a trial and you will be conCity Ticket Agent and Olhcer: 10,000 before anil htill hy is. not elected un explosion of dynamite in n quarry ology was ileniaiuluil ami lufiihcil ami I. M. IIucknkk, u; 4th Ave., t.ouitvillc, Ky ' I vinced that I sell lowor than tho lowest. Lexington. near Iiiiuk lias notilleil tliis ovoriiinunt. thlsTtliue. li, A T'ikkbnk, in) Vine jit., Cincinnati, Ohio 8emi-Weekly Interior Journal 60FFINS, BASKETS. ROBES WALTON. Cs,mafaKS83K?lg -- 1 STILL THK ' j The Weekly t.azctie, ' lll'-tli- ' .- "vVALL PAPER, and FTJR,1TITT7P,E. COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON ?!AND. B. K. TflTEAREKTo $-- GEO. D. WEAKEN, Carriages, Road Mang'r J :r;;: Buggies, io-si- iows Surreys, Phastons, Kpvccliii; tarts, The mcrcial Gazette, ..iSpring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm wagons, Log wagons, Hay Hakes, Grain ia-s- Harness, Wa:oii Harness, Reapers, blowers, -' j lrrlls, Corn IManters, to-da- 0 I. Semi-Weekl- y ollico-hold-er- at PLEASE OBSERVE - s ! M'ROBERTSSTAGG A , repu-Utio- r7,oi i.Uliii WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. l?,7rvY !f ii(Mlln 1 .,... v 1 H SPECULATION. AN ... .,. er Mlue-Uras- i BANK j ... ...... ii. lt ' ... ..,.. .d5n K. PEMY, I to-da- POSTED. i v i Gk$$wawW t&h) itM.,"Vi,,: Amtm i iiwu-mic- ,.i VW' " O'Ml oi I if eh, !,, A (a X, 1 'h,N r&v mmm arwu.ry,w JSjf M- - t 'Depot Street, Stanford,' "" " 1 NEW Mo NEW! NEW. 9 i .IMMBB rs NEW COAX YABD. SUPERIOR LILY conxt-intl- FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE s and he-J-f- SEW FURNITURE STORE ! MaVDK jWUFFMaVISo FBQJl 'mi'ur;: mvmim ijisa 1 n A NEW FAST MAIL louisville Cincinnati! 1 iiliiJjl -- - 1 ja1aWr!!rftljJ I 4 fir ,it r , Semi-Week- ly Interior journal ' ,-.- ... Nili.i.in ut W"ltoir 'ti.Ti.in nwct Uparn IIousw TfuHMlny ntu'lit They , . - - .TA.sK.HII ItV .Nnvi'MHKK TllUWiflM.f Alfred Ml'AllsUT, Id 1WW ,lu ! of itinHiiiniitiaii Tiiwlny. " Of t'OlOr, - nil members of tlu chinch she. tuulil them to Iov and eneli Ih trylm? to uetdve tlm plaudit Hint lias welcomed ..r, ,.- NKW AKVIUniSKMKNTS. U.ll .Imiu ll.nn irnml mill SAULS OF HONIJS. 3, '88, a.o.N'AiroN, uus. MtinuKor PttbllHliotl Every Tuondny AT . f"1' I"1' wl, '" M" 'n'0,.,f.1' ON MONDAY, SEPT. freight train llv (Ii tU'niiliiiciU of. k ... Il'fure i.iri l.it- dnorln were rnitdlicled j ' ,. m thtt ,iiirrrt iniiu hmi Stanford m . ui ..... near Willinuiahury, tin e.vpreaa ofTuea- - m.rnl IlnHnll lllll .follll I.ell (Jib! II, Ut lndi fl Ijncoln . oiinty he 6,,er .cm. mur- Wm . It., did KOI ilnt', iluHlWVIlt.'k'J" . yesterday after- " Olirirtlnn ehui.-the principal until noon. D.lnv Mx.iu - t.t4.r Into the Joys i.- r- I""' NEW ST We Have Opeuod a new Stock of H" .Wl" w i'rrlm ! .-- ( h f i 1'iiis procession uf friend, werveonvoy- Tiimneinbersof Stanford Lodgo No. to their hint ivnIiiik plav In lluluilo 5UiJIOi: YKAIt.l.N ADVANCK' .i(( r. O. R aiv urgently requested to (Vm. terv. m, sals 1,:;!,:; ' cirwinn wh m piu ga so win i frmttcJ."' be ut our inuutinir. Huai- VcTim """ t tJm -. WUttCHFFAIHj. rrrr-r, neaM.Mmport.wo demands their attun- K. G. LOCAL TIME CAnD. -. ...m, .... ...- i- i tloil. j,.0. a. Allen. N. U. l'ur'iiant in j,,dimtnt rriidtnJ ai Iht O.i.i ' (HIMI ..11 tl Villi "ill i . ...- "' bwt the Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Evcry- .MV...I the Lintijii i ittuii rum rrav. Rowland ut t nam n.J ?.' a w IhpU-- t chrch na iiniihI S1111.I.1.V. uruonnf J J Nohmiiu jdmuiimriilur, ki , v Ti:lotlorylt(;htinK!..8Mtiu-- twice " in J return a. 0 p m Hud Riid J thinCT is neW, ... ...,. J ipncilNrUn1'ii hilMwill oncredit r, ihc iiniliT im.iv.c iiivCo nmioMoncr In th.. ......V ..i.i.... .. iW inmitlm nun II ixiiiki ...,.. ...... ....... A ... that city from to Air. mvi .....nMr. Hirnwitorumo L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. party 01 1... nowiuiiii iiiimi uiun tiu,wi nun it m-wi- iiu-x- -- mm im .1 Dry Goods, Notions, Boots SOT E PIECE OF . I 111 j Mail mil. ('' Nurtli llprt tucnl tmm " hoiun " " .Si.ilii I'rtU' Nxt' buy Hi Ntiuth ..::'": ThMlak..l.HJm.tadrailn... nntittiHitoMiuHiiaMf. .lb Ih. I.ll.nrjin. 1... .rn IW.fllt HUblNLaa. H I-- 6 l.ot Nn. ft, cuiitniiiint; 40' Acre, lei)Acri jlpqirPfl ifpnlrwl iml i two others, hut th-- proved an ulahi. mid I)nrili' nikc. W. .. Dntfson. l It warrnHHMi, IJ. D. A: n. After iclling in lott ut above Oencriliml, tlie lund it. rcnuy. A. T. Niiiini'lK-- wdii to 'MinimM'.iiHiUN-TNiyHliinHdntminu hol, .ind if it brmu mure in will be ild ., ... I ......1. ... Asking T...1..MI .,t in i.iiv .lniLH. tmtontl -' I ..mil 111 IliUlil ft!t Ilflftll IHIMIHn III l I'tlllll". th.it ,. 1 . f y. Iht bidder uill bcdecUivd thf purch. ' ...' r..tfa..r! f Itin . (In mUim-lnf- . " v "" (till 111' ""H" ' uf A IHiMllclllC6 mil toilet ...:iIV r. MV ...." III t'ver.il 11 Br, ulherwiM the hiKhiHt lildden un the ''" " !' B. V. WooiIh nnd bnuKlit of K. H. 1'ijmiy'w. I'.tt will be declared piirvh.iMr at tlio WHljuit Flat polls, hi fur as ho waw, The whole tract i in I.ukoIii aad Gurrard coun Ink, tablntA Brvynur mI..m.1 near I'rcachcriville, .T at n lfJlWIlw ml ht. 0I.J1 to lie, II Andervon mid I. aad In boimdrd north by mippct to all li V ,,, (. supplier of AC (). turnpike. ...id h wiM, u II. ..h. . V m l'aynv. and John Anderson Miuth l. . kinds frnm A. H. IVuny. ,,, ,u .......York from Kuttinnd ytitonlny .K. hetul V P lutntti V Crimen and II llolil.-- ' vu, l .I , Auderann'o UmN. andon cattle houuhl w.me time aKo I,elr, we.t by SilaKihh1 lgtmmutwallttatfheHand ovory ar-- j "" and l'oliv Icm a Aire-- . i..in(no Air, Ucl of t dry 1 nell to lie Junl m itjpro- t oj. . I hi land i in o )nf0 j?. Hn,i .'n,; nlcndid Mole ut ii.lln Jliuti, tll K- ,!i,,UN- thin i u .plrmlnl opiHirtunity i. iiiiproed, and Jim Xi.v.xu.u:r Imt iiiodt of Ids cahIk ' 'rtkcllwld, Moieland A: Co. iib'ain a Knd farm It it located In a K"d ikIk'i- ,,H L'l'vclHiid A Tiiunnnn, Imt It Imnii't j jivt. Mr loads of .wttlf frnm Itowland yes- - iorho, near rhur he. and achooln, und i UiuM PEnSONAirFOIrjfsT ar.- zood dwtl mwKM hfearilor fordemo'nky hy louKl(,.r4My wj,,.h tluyjuid lm;n fettling for dtd by two goud turnpike. There lnm and oiiihiiildiinta on lots and Iht .ilijv.t K. Jiimj., of l.climtnn, hiw Kt.Jlt i to atiify the indebi.dne. "f I J JIuk.I. lU'wiys lit. Hill hkni ropil" hi mum Uine and fur which they paid 41 of the mti' deed, of irrjouo. and ttx; Nrlnu1, ro.li of tht .11 lifiv. Ikt fnituiMM, and 1 tetidv Ui Imck tlio demo-- ' .wlUi tiun to ettlt lil ettale o I he ro- on .11 rcdit I'kkms iiles will le Mil. wiiMit. W. X. I'orrs liat-, aj,. ulMntvt f vory time and for any. It fosnpiitod that this year's com ancutr , Ixmdt with KiHrity madepurtlutn off fur diipmt-nt- , I frmn bearini; mterot inuci payablv to ttimixl from a visit to thliiy. Soiltf of IiIh ieta tin Cleveland crop, if loailetl for railroad will lie required 'll,k,, il trni" date, and also arrurttl by lien M DAVISON, of Mu Ir. .1. CtMi'imi.i. luib gono out to wrl, (lxo to om, fwotild till .S7K,W1 t theimriha.tr. MCI C C that would teach 10,111) miles, or Ittk (iwUe ?prfti Tor a fo'V dnyu. Dan .Mirh. Itoleit' t,ir,irt(jf hit y nround the world. Mli. .Miilnw. JiMoU.tinw, of mar-- , win. V: Kinnnlrd, Invitf the attention of. ,n e'iiwitinuti butcher cattle and Uigtoii, intended tltf lUllou-CSnliEXECUTOR'S SALE the Unuolu eounty liuyors to tlio tin- - B0(M mivy feeders niv in fair doinand. Or- ll.-- y havo mloptitl .,.,, nulJU( t1H Prices that kft Is from IJ for to Jolllco,1''"1 Doit t.trn.M-nh.ti.v'OiiMl ,r ",wr .. for t Hlilppei. Ht w P,HI,K, to MUM 1I!R ftfV OTnWflifV ln.f...l.r-t.l,r..MrS. VITV COIIIIIIUll to W. W. JtllllllTOH. earjftM. drft ipank &. See iJit-l-r ml- i..t iUiU Wilt aHVIaWl I I t uro tlull nt I) to ft. 40. Sheep are in, HAJrf whoUrieit of the brjwk lll,lllll,1,i , oj lo j j; Imnbs are alv. Oil- for .somo .Tii kWi, of Crab Ortih- - wisemont in Mis Mam n """ P"""'-in dei.ian.l at 4 to r. cents. s ,.x r,lfI vMt to liuralatcr, i...r.lfc rf. a i ..i-.hoh anl. low mako a note oit't. hoi.edUJr, m i.aiKaui, Ky, Torhutio t: James, of Mercr,iKUiKht ' o nlc, at thoOolii'Hr'. of A. S. I., tilblw, Monday, 'M ywirllng MONDAY, NOV. 26, 1888, Ufl ""'imr-i- i l'"J llHTTIH attend tho yustorday for ' ir blig UIM ft wxe t u f.-tiHwrrimp of ' Uulbrlllff, to llieI19l, muluK. about I.. lmn.lM U.ah. .v HW HBriiaij lo.lllshtf .V I laa t,,B Handmiiu bttin ,u. fl,.lh i he - bidder, the folio nu rv.t t MkaAnntaUoDmin. of f,mmu, hm.M r hiiIm.Ih.1. At . iiii.iah XjH.oktavllle, Monday nie HmkhtakiiJ. An. A FARM OF 136 ACRES, . ... of .. . ." ;u. n. m a.i- - . m. Kn,e 1 - ...ir.rd.tou,,,. K. ., . . ?r?f no-lt- y ""' ,.t, r. nt .r ill LexiliKtun pikv II. nnpimc " (J.,rtnMJ, ilMilKllter Ot till! proptletreWl ' "' '" i.wv.lirawm . v.wriiln. . . .. . mm in-- l of a lnry and u ha f niwr lum .. . b.i i jbi wniiu ..,w-rt iriirn nil. iku He la acre in onhjrd. vc om! - ,,, wheat ero,. in Ma.lon cuiitj I.rhau'.e ife, of Symd Mb. J.U J: v. Wi, , in,ullv W1W u (MV. -'- Hie all kl. lit. l.ighet price A Farm Containing 140 Acres, at the , ; Iwv. ..ken mm. , .., .u,o,N. ,w ,, fi is about t Icn. ml t ip- -' em-- t AdjoiiiinK the tboie tvttH idittl as$l.Wj and p.irunat. mN- -. Mr. It. i mmmctwl lllItlt tfm. ..a,.,. w,.i,. ,.lwm.,i. ,lf tllP t)ne tract in l.liu Jn cunt). K , Me It. V. lox, who had about lhird from Lancaster m (iilhc I reek, by only ontuitan. 4 mile ttitltlh.il.AN. hnt .slebntt.ir ith.ut iniirott ..inuinini; :jtl Vt'lM'iH, ..." The larneU crop hart 1,200 bushels. . to live J. W. .I.iiimmik, hIhj inenl. AIo he follow. n. r.ilttatf in the town Jonx Coj.in:n,tlio inoiiei?roboy whoitl ttas that of Senator Harris, 4,000 luish-.- i of I anc.ntrr, Ky. irt-()- ne for ttte purMM of going iu li. re, Ih bti-at Toe. rtterhip itli Wm. DntiKherly in drank a Itoltlw f aininonLi roino time ela, but ho aobi it aonw time avo eourty BRICK STORE ROOM OH PUBLIC SQUARE Uwt it wa! A lt.its'ther, the crop aol.l in the Now occupied by Logan Jt llreuer, a- - a Drj Hit. carriitK' inakiii bumiituri, P under th iiprt5ou frine, tur Mote l.niJMort heiond whteky and came war kirkinie the buck- - j ainouutitl to oer SIOOJWO. At K'.H'mn frotumif i.n Richmond Strivt, Iwk of M. Mit Asmb AiJfOKJi troatetl htryiintt Jj:t.V, I Irttix Store, mm I. W 1 upie I b ot. Hubert' to a eantryptillliijj Tuenlay et, made anotlier narrow ewio Wttl-- toy's sale I'J cotto wild from ?U to Old.iuid I lioina I Itin lhird One torc room soihhImhIv's j wcaitliiip ralvtit at SW to $11; o vearlinyi frame, fr auinK im the public Miiare. adjiuuinc uif-U- y. He ipH hold of uiidit. Thero Wfiv K) (dated pro.irod KnleuiRH.V tarn l.ie' common, :l cent; i by N A rhnqifnon S boil, a iaiit, now iKiiipicu i imrt of t hraky and drank it all. In a Ak 20 t..t ii'nti.. ut ihein were left unebtiiiiiHl. a grery lore 1hwak- - will b nude without rrve, a. I.. K. IlfiftttN, who has been feu moments he ttas Ui all appearances j jack eolta I.V); corn In tho Held Sl.hO Miw. b) the will of I. V Phillips deed Th Climax. title-r- a ivmnluetl for near- -' and $l.S5 per Htrrel. and perfect P.eioiwill So jiv-- n on tat under metliial tivatiuent in CliifinnaU. a detul Jan ilj, of a I the properivi'M pi tlira.rom lWt- - l.v a tlay, but be ivtlvid unliaiin rvaily Mix bote leailin not l..ts Ptuim l mm li impinvfd. Diltter, the murderer of the two po' otcipieit. l.oKn llret-,1.1... l:..l. . I'axtoll. Wltn ttit Willi Her, mi n- in nnna nnriiiinv Fkhsi proprt wl'lbc sowi on the fol the Hcetiieii, won trial at Imteville, with to the ( tenia' Ou lutlfciMh uiiul lulaiici on a tcrned 01 the Nellie Walters Troniie the eliaucw that he will set his tlewris . aLa.i ..f mi. u.u4 twi. murft SrBAKi int HnteniH Mh.h line at the rate oft. per tent from dav Iismk W iikkK and Mi. Knte the Htmtnite, licanne Huron, Uakuta, say hi a donth aeiiteure. Iiea l.f sl a Kv retained, ddre. II '1 Noel, ii.iui, ..( J.-i- .riii iiiutily. mid Mr. Jiio. "Tliv Comjttny U an 1 xcpUonally Who I.nnrater, i" i . jas.m .. ivr. arrivi.il in tu nalmro. ..I ' 111iK.u1 U. S. PENSION OfrTCe. itlta an.I (li.a llialtlilllaal (m Utwit i tlf itrt il '"I ' ir mother, Mr. 1. I.. tb. nn,, 1(,ktM Tllll u,uHl , mt' rttllUliW'WIHcJt '..foredoathHaiuedher. la. M in iinuae of Mlaa Wakens the It AtadfliaCrcal llrlntt 1 II. K1 Clayton, of tlio1 II'lfl'IU A I the late roidincc of J J Niwlind. un llic the auno1. Mt.no plan., are tviiiiioiH t 10 n.ilc miinie in l.mcola county. Ky , ', Icliim-- hum liuvccNt'tiU'ihinnanimons Ht public iHiKry to ilie higlimt amiciiiim Inddcr, bimt . 11711m unionnt. cstll tit Huv. W. C. Taylor, of llniliilo, in tlit: fttllowinx order: js .1 t I I.. . . i II.. .....6l'in w..ll . M'lin 11..... I,ni I '1.1... IM.r..il1U ilidlmlll N' V No. 1, lontainitii; 171 Arm, j Kood and 1. ....wv. .1. (...... I'ole.. SoUf In 5?0'.) Imii.l to tho rlrrilit ifittrt for rrcuc t. I.nt No t, containing m Acru; FARM ANPTOAUb lltMb. bnmklii into ami roMiiii) rotviTH' sloro j. Lot N'o j, cunlnininc in', Aire. J IN.m viilimhlos to tlio amount of $50. for muV. class milk Two tri(l(i to i,,,,,! iiml one or K, , ,,,11,. frnm Manfonl, on fri,s,. Mm .11 ii' .1-1- -' ji m ..... .... nml now 1 1 0- 1 '" t"'" '""' I 'ui .. ......, cntcr ""' ,. 1 Wedncsdny, Dec. 5, 1888, "' OLD GOODS .. I .777 Trn tli-s- t It t i no, cos KViSS And every thing has been selected with great care, the senior member's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with, discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and: Jan l3t and Juy lstis especially a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, W.tTcww ...! Ji-t- ,"' ,. I I 4W5 .H-u- k .; ,t "'" ". "m .. to ,,., fk'tT"! ., "-i.j.-kmiu- - 1 I., w et i SEVERANCE & SON. I 1 im, 11 - ' 1 liti-lm- nil OVE prriATQT IN- - n'l U-.N- - villi-fiietii- tl. t.- it tit., ""' "l "" 1 -- 7! "'"" Satinets and Kerseys f Worsteds and Chinchillas. Colors and bt-t- iuo j ns , bu ,n-,nsuv- . .. ' j 1.ti! ,hjr o,'' ,, In Light and Dark in Light; ( I Medium and Heavy "Weights. nun "'"' ntiu.i.k. lu...i mimtiwMmmwwmi N- i"v" 'j ".:.:.". zzr"z - . : I :i ; - . ,, - Our Stock is Full of Come Knrly and gel Choice ' Ut Fri M. MH-ur- ' ul ofPalerns aitcl Sisr.cs 1 ' Wain-ricinl- H 1 BRUCE &MeROBERTS. ( i ...... ... ft"'M. itltr, . , I ' tt ...,v I , s,,, t I,iaM..l...tlmtai..aiirie. t b. top of hi. pn.fersdon Hu asMr.lt iv and lUai. or lMbiiHa llrirlllf s , B MU,l pdvaUiw aur. ' Utio Uw , b- -I ftt,.ully of ,,,cnil .ounty. . r R t.ritnd . lininMiMN;nciiiiiiir to, pliti-- nunI and btiMiieu akill he y.t a I... oy .&. .... a young oariien-- , who only euiuf to . ....M.1 w... r. ,.,..- c - iiif Alia kaftltl ..,,...,. L & ai 1 A l .,, V now the rilur- - Thls M ,.,.,ortwl , , ,M "'"." ,1V ,,.,.. ritv ,1(.,. M ...,j.lliii u. tl. ..Om ...... ..r."- .. jj,, miv rt a imn. metifpolitan Com- " tho(l ,,, , ! liadliii'.ntractoroItlilBtwtUon. CITY AND VICINITY. J (()rUllw, ..f wu-Ko- ' Muuity. tlioy .! -, aru a Company """' "' la.li..M i IceptatuW to-da- ntti.iiii.ii in tin. full "Phe Company inj the, .,,. ne-- 1 Wwfclnsttiti i t'--c Urges truts tiuUttins iu tho Umtctl Srutu t.'nloiecf itie Lij be!tiliBi--n of th" work! tbt It is one of t'm uetvjfft nubJto bu Jliii-i- .f .U,.,,,... ir!t4. and t nwkiutitodly tiro lieerlail. itloo!o. lUto g giaa-uingi, l..... !...! .fe. ... of if. pitteri . ixtu-- r tho atyle of li the midille aca ("i'y It i Itouju worw, ood it Uas a gUwtwf ft goi.1 Tit. wlileli wo.tlfJ twrer n!iut TUo jieusJoii r!ro !)trfal. at ADxnumMon ioii, highe.t litdekru. mi Ta Re WALTON iff A AdinniWT.tor of the t -- titf of I homa C. Hob dee'd, 1 will uBer ftr wl to the ,T TT pnbrf lal n.-ri- i .1 1 a. AAH .w.. Szilui'day. Nov. 24, iSSS, mda At hi lute rvaidcncv in Lincoln tounty, fr m Dau. i le, on the from Stanfoid and 6 nil Stanford and Danville turnpike, tile follow Hi da- . w..ial luiu.iiul mairiartt Vlf ITioma. Hav Rake.McC'oiraatk Jlower Clianijiion , I urn Ptanter. MiOrmack Hinder. Aa rami liar-rowUaLcr Wheat Drill, KalaHiuo.i Hurrnw, j hir.e Wnjoii. two hore II... a, . -- ct I'l"f HoiiM l ,r I ci of Wagon llanie."., .ft ':, ,,r "" nru open lluinry. Wuir w"'1 ' llariieM, llugKV IV.I; .oiupleta J.iam I radlc i llouble shovi'l l,low, Cnr i'l.w.loi i Hoot for lor nf threlicd flat, i tjrk.v u imullt llolkts om. of I om in the hoik, too Shin k oT I wider yoke of work Cat f ll llos alotol lal bliou.a thnruti.li-brea fat Siaer, 5 Milk tos,H tki, yir-ol- d Hull, taui k Hay mur pike pair of k'ood one third intervn in work Mule Machine one I'ami V and Wntl. Mare, Tlireahina by (Jilt k erniout one Brood Mnr. by St. Hlino llroott and bred to Cecil llro'. C V Clay on Mure by (iarrurd Chief, dam of VUrv Currick C t, CU) n it li record of a a .tagalt, alo bred to SuillliiL' toll b) (iitmbetta nud out of nhl Minn it a marv. the mare IhjIiic by old St Klmu make . r. ....u.r(nr.i.r.i fnlt imulcttilt. i vcarlit.ir III- Iliimbli'ioinaii l youiiif bay liorc by j .il. ut itv. hand liiKh uork well .1115 where and kerweuilc, brown j oarlmf colt n I'rotber of Mal"le r.cinjf rl turn, k that tiottcd a 1 jo n-- 't trained b) Mr Kuc, of Dam die jut before lie ery M,celll ',or buriii-1888. She was ill w.u mare ui her as'c and training, and thi toll Iiok handled will no .1 line uptn uait and if properly doubt make 11 tpctsly biirse pu oMhw boll of t y 111 ul In, . thl . mint that tho inausuratioii lVBi Uw ;. i....,.,l!a " it (t WM lie",a. ,t the liberal jki- - irrgurt lull iiami over tiaed for a nreeidential eveiy way mattress. Apply at this olllce. U'Va. Tl Il or l'a' a wateil MiiTaee SUi rent tronae bestowed upon them. Ioiir and IKi feet w uld. .Vint fiUickof l.nmpn,(5Ia.sinndQuoeiis. .Hid mnimger, liwi. FitMii t nThii" and di-r- S. i brain, in the pernon of the veteran actor ity ittpiiai ami m rovuiiivu v BSSBTKr, uithin it. jwocd tonm '.. ..?.... i.of strictly deserving W. ( . Walter They w.t n.l.i.v 1 uetrltran tifrvuf mniMl. stuo- - end in t!;c laitltt a lmyo fountain. It wm r, 'f 'luifl 8 "? ir cemr & HftBffwwwww Ewami 81W.I.IS, wnwrmft onii ..i larf STANFORD, KBITTTJCKl'S'. waiojust A N'U'i: oiie-str- y at the "Modol Oro-.erv.- " DEATH'S DOINGS. runt. Call on tional Hank. 11 J. J. Mcltobmhs I"iit Wo lemet to learn )f the death of the wife of Mr. T. M. McFernin, who now frume cottage to died at her home In ilussell county on NaMiss l'oxle lUrnes, a very woithy - youuK hidy, who used to livo licre, died C Wodnesday at llrodhcad, to wlilch jilaco .sho rccuntly moved with bur father, Mr. "- 1 the oth. So pa wo havo heard of hut applic.intH for the putolli 'n h ore,. Alfordand (I. ti. Wine. IIoniis. II. moro of Lincoln county 0 lur cent., will be sold at auction December county court. (ieoriFO HariU'S , ! V w the am- WalterH.whoslnjisanddanceHtoperfec.jWu.hH.Mlayfrointheeaectrtof . .... ... hc-- 'Piaiku.ltll. Ittilltl .....il... 01 ins nun, i.i.i.ln ami., .lull n 1. .al.!.. ..... nuuiu nviYn-hiiv .1. "enua; 'un"'! pmatiou tioll, Will lie Willi UH Ho was aDout nu years on liOtli, in Criss Cross, n liiKldy ainusdiiB blood poison. Don't fail to sco tier. ao and leaves ,1 voting wife and one lijtiinetly. eliild to Huller his loss. Although not n ..ai. mo i.ik. Thnnui Wren, of Crab ...aLiioam r.t failtirttin ' Wv nilmnni UMitf fi ... . . , , ,,, , Orchmd, widower of 'SI years, and Miss Baker, Mattio u htof by nU who.know liitn. tyjjlrl, woio married by Judgo nrnon A uoml oltl motliur In Zion goes to e yesterday afternoon, hcr rownnl ,jy tJ0 (lcat,, of ln ,.:Bl. nt the 1.. Simpson, who ox- wife of .Mr. Tin: friends of Will McKinney, who both, ptreti tveunesoay uuuruuun, mmi at Trinity, about wero tiuarantined plo of weeks' illness of pneumonia, luod miles from Decatur, Dealing tiun no mm 72. For many years a member of the died with yellow' fever, made up niuonj,' lived up to n friend of Christian Church, Mrs. Simp.-osunt theinHolveHIS.."0und well at Decatur to havo him to her profession and was in deed as Mr. McKinney as in niiino a true and earnest christian. decently buried. It is some satisfaction jjood Sho raised a laro family of children, to McKinney to know he has such "still moie to feel that their t'ljrht of whom, with her husband, now filends, but well advanced in years, survivo her. kindly ollkes wuro not 1 Hubert Campbell, n Scotchman by biith. and a liiuhlv rvsnected chrihtian gentleman, died In Casey last wcek.aeil lltl. Ho was one of the fow ruirvivors of! Noob only got 26 votes in tho meat the war of ISl'J. Hin romains were tak-- , county of Garrard. McCroury'n otlicial eu to inchester, .. hero two ,.r his chll-- , majority thero is lo, and not a tie with droll live. t Kwcll, an suited at first. Mr. Allen Uilmore, of who.se terri- -' . ... . aw af lit . . . Dioallllctmn we torn 111 urn iwsue, men fur. iharmini,' little neireas, l:0bondn, benrinjj . 1 1 UtlLDINfi OK TUK 1'KNbIO.N DIM'AIITMKXT Thero nm I.0J0 cli'tks employ til in the ijinihl ,,tul their ofilivs nrointier 1)cns.01, ntummt nbmit tUH Kivit court. Darius iomo of tlio days of lnt wiiter the men kept their overcoats on, nml tho wtir.cn throw lbrfr fcbunU om. Mv ,houMcn Most o thom had severe colils, nad tho lajiisiottofllcc hed moro cuk'-- i of chilblains th: :i any other .t,. 4tn,...- ,.P .r. .fitt'iiinminnr . "- Prices Always ReasonaMwmMmm ble and Goods First- TWO FINK STALLIONS, ffli3S2S!-a5ib- s: Vormont Hamblotonian, 1 1. ill brother to Jeremiah, retort! i.JK (jISISSw Konny Wllkos, A f.irnitd. 1..11...1. 1 iji'.irold .ifltlrt-hf- wt. - B,0ViiainR . I j fifth of a milt ....... .. mnrt .t . loag), icptxauilllllg tlio hceiics 01 nviay 111111 . unvai warraiv, una its eiteci. m erj iiiiimu-. 111 IV llflt IUO lIUIIUIIlj; ii imi.ui.ii thero wasfcomocntlclbtti mailo that brick is (11 :."" l"a , ,,.,. tredit nt 4 niontlw lund. All .innsoier $10 time wlllboaUfii. All parties not paying the eali will be required to evacntt notes with apprmed ci urity, nei;otmlile and payable in hank, with 6 lu.r.'Hiii. interest from date. ' l II. IDOI. Adiiiini.trator D.iimllc, Ky, I I), Kyoi islt, Auciioni-e- r bt tuliful bu, vellilecbpetl and Kordi'stription and Mills'" "' "' ec t tho iiiiih.riizueu bki. All atinia of $10 and under, cm.li ill GOOD EMPTY BARRELS FOR SAI.E. - - 11 Cottrt-llous- j ing. This U, however, a mistake. There li no s one so ilurttblo as brick, and you may llnd brick t in tho ruius f Homo which nrons perfect today .s when they were mado iu the tlm.) of tho L'njsars. Tim baths of Dloclntiau wero uudo ot brick, nnu their walla still not 11 Kod material fcr a government build Tho Louisville Post, K-.- iruikliid 87 Published Every Afternoon, Hi. ... larL't-t j 1 stand A n auj daily p.tj'er Itntlicr Doiititful JIattcr. Louisville. 'llieonlyecniiiir paper that print or the United J'rn Ai..ik i.itlon waj the A big notvaboy at tho postofilco corner Aenn;e circulation for Ibo lat A inoiith ntr eating an itpplo yesterday, when n littlouows boy dually mustered up oouruso to a?k: It Uilie liomepaKr for the people of the Ohio "Will you glvonio tho ooru when you git Valley. rank, while it tnVon A a down to it" lilerary ilep.irtuunt nmka It cuiphatI ' MoUp I wJH and mebbe. I won't," wqr the the Roneriil-.imtlf iviner pf I ho South t. .11.. ."".....j .li.. pl.oti 1 lly I lau SO ' fill r ..in. I..i, po- ivply. "It's ncoordin' to whether it's wormy SllB' m .kt trae j per tai lice rtKi or not, nml it don't look that way now." lr nt I II I 1.1 iMr.Ky. Detroit Pre Press. o. niiW lirttjsin circulation 111 ': ISTMFORDPLMWGMILLCO, Scroll Work, Frames, Sasli, Doors, KHncls, Veranda Work, Ele. UIouldiiiKB, BraclcctH, A. C. SINE, ... Flooring, Siclings, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, Superintendent. - ,--. ' ,:...'.: 1. 1 necen-saiy- . lnll, S.1 -- sfWjS- Ui U-i. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal i Tiiounu: at hayti. OF NONSENSICAL Pcoi't.K who try denf mutes as servants generally Had that thoy don't answer. NICK-NACKS. Constipation I'llls. lleing purely vegetable, their action Is prompt and their effect always buiiellelal. They nru an ndmlrnblo I.ner and After-dinnpill, and everywhere endorsed by the profession. " Ayer's Pills nre highly and universally stinkeii of by tlio people aliout here. I make dally uso of them In my practice." Dr. I. E. Fowler, Drldgo-jsir- t, Conn. " I can recommend Ayer's Pills nbovo all others, having long proved their value ns a cathartic for invsulf and family." J. T. Hess, Lelthsvllle, Pa. " For several years Ayer's Pills havo been used in my family. Wo Untl them an Di'iu.iiii'.s prompt treatment. Tho re eulisif Hewlett may bo serious. Avoid all li.inth and drastic purgatives, tho tendency of which l to weaken tho bowels. Tho best remedy Is Ayer's A. S. PK.IC3S, SVRGEON jm." rut sa I'T 1 .ssfh DKNTIST, K in room re Theuk is a policeman In Uoston who hni carried his club for fourteen years and has never struck nuy thing but attitudes in all Cliarrcl, that time. .Munition It takes philosophy to uuiko u man happy in this world. If ho can't got philosophy, u couple of hundred thousand dollars will When President Grant nttcmptcil to annex generally do. tlio 8.111 Domingo etui of tho Island of Iiayti, Lend n dishonest man money and you and wtis vigorously opposed liy Senator will And him out sooner or later. Ho will Schurz, Sumner ami others, tho American bo out when you cnll for tlio return of your people vcero suddenly awakened to tho fact money. that thoy hud nt their very doors, and waitLct dogs delight to bark and bite. For 'tli their nature to. ing to bo taken, 0110 of tho riehett nnd most Hut when tho eats snu.dl loud at night, Interesting inlands in tho world. They were Hluzo out and kill u low. literally surfeited with informal ion about it; " Wr.i.1., Mr Solomon, how wash for annexation was mado an "administration "Meester Isaacs, it wash very measure, '' nnd fought over in the N?i:nto durbad." " Voost so mil mc, Mr. Solomon. I ing all of 1S70, nnd early in 1871 n commis sion wnt to tho island by veto of congress couldn't pay mine debts ofen if had dcr I was accoinimnloil by a corps of keen eyed monlsh." He was rich nnd ignorant, und when ho corresKndeut8. All agreed tuat tin) prov- Inco wan literally full of undeveloped wealth, consulted n builder concerning a new house, but it wasnvsumed thnt, "Wo really do not ho said ; "Iwnnt a wide plsnrro on thrco children want tho country if wo havo to take tho sides, where theund enjoy can rulo their lit themselves." tle cyclopedias, people vt Ith it." "What did you nco nt churcU!" grandTho excitement ceaaed a suddenly as it rose, and for seventeen years Americans ig- father asked Minnie after her llrst visit to "I saw u man como In with nored Huyti; then it was announced that tho Bimctuury. his night gown on, an' ho was so 'shamed This powder never varies. A marvel ol purity they had had another revolution there and ho hid his face in his bunds u little whilu strength and wholesomeness. More economical tho two districts of tho island were united 'foro ho dared to say a word." Chan the Ordinary kinds and cinnot be sold in under ouo government, and now it appear " Wiir wiw Elijah translated!" asked tho competition with the multitude of low test, short that there is an insurrection, that the eight aJuia or phosphate powders. Sold only in Sunday-schoo- l teacher. As none of tho Haytlan rulers havo soizml kuuo American II skinc. Powder Co., ans. Rovsl 106 Wall Street, New York. ships on tho ground that they took arms to class replied very promptly, a thin youth in tho "rebels," mnl that Secretary Uuxnrd has tho back row ventured tho explanation: Possibly it was because ho wasn't underiii;ki'ma.-r.Mir. tent thither n naval cruiser, the famous stood in his own language." SURGEON DENTIST, Kearmrgo that destroyed tho Alabama, So " Gentlemen," said a candidate in tho - Kbnti'ckv, Stanford, interest is rovlveil in tho Far West, after having given his sentiOffice tooth side Main, twodoors above Depot St, republic. Iiayti is historically tho most interesting ments on thu "Constitution," tho "Monand such llko topics of Islands, for on the first islet off its coast roe Doctrine," " Gentlemen," and ho put his hand on tho Y! was land in tho New World tightest by Co- uro my sentiregion of his heart-"the- se There came to my f.irm about the middle of Sepments tho sentiments, gentlemen, of an tember j mountain ewes, which the ownor can get honest man aye, tin honest politician; but, y payiar forgmzmif and lor this notico. gcntlcmou and of they V K.AI1RAHAM, Crab Orchard, Ky don't suit you they ken bo- altered !" ji ra I PiiiLosoriiKu (to sharp boy) "What aro tho properties of beat I" Hoy- - "Tho chief DOMINGO property is that it expands bodies, fczTtx' cold contracts them." Philosopher" whllo WA YT L k cr Very Hoy "In good; givo mc an example." 25 summer, when it is hot, tho days are long; Creek Twcilcs South ot Stanford on Neal's AIG. in winter, when it is cold, tho day is short." V, Clt .AtHW--a mc at Carlisle, Ky MAI OK TIIK ISLAND OF IIAYTI. philosopher, lost in amazement that so lunibus Ho laudeii there in Decetnlvr, 14W, Exit familiar an instance should have so long and immed it Hispauiola, nienulng "Little escaped his own observation. Sjuin." The Miuplo and unwnrliko natives dleil olT rapidly under Swinish rule, nnd were MT. VERNON, KY. SOUND AND replaced by negroes to such n extent that Hotel is still maintaiold and only good of people unless duty reThis the latter grew too strong to bo kept down. ning its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. SpeIn lreiMOi'T the French obtained lxwession quires us to express their faults. cial attention to the traveling public. of tho west half of tho island, nnd ileveioiK.il H:UTr half concealed becomes more M. P NKWCOMH, Prop, it no ra; uny mat it long rurnisiicd nil tuo beautiful from tho slight snatches we obtain. Sj-tMl. Vernon, Ky. cotton nnd sugar consumeil by France, nnd a Alx virtuo that is worthy of praise is surplus was sold to tho rest of Kuropo. Tho silent about itself. The sun need uovcr say: division between French nnd .Sitaiush sections " I am bright." LOUIS SOHLEGEL, continued till this year, tho fiirnvr known ns Lanocaop. is abuse! when used to enSan (more correctly Santo Domingo), nnJ hance our own troublos by making them tho latter ai Iiayti. Tho French revolution known to others to awaken sympathy. resulteil in the emancipation of tho negroes; ItlCUMO.VU - KY. Tun less men complain under heavy Bouapurto in ISO! attempted to restoro griefs, tho more truo sympathy they will Thottcraphs in all styles and sues. Pictures in slavery, and then roo tho groat Tousnalut obtain, although that sympithy from wiso Ladia lot, Crajon and Water Colors. New L'Ouvcrture, who maintained iiidctieiidcuco motives, is not expressed. Krrtus and Mits at very low prices. till bo was betrayed and taken to France, LNOl'jtOK is abused when made tho where he dieiL Tho wnrs tnat followed were of anger or passion. Insults or C. A. BENEDICT & CO., long nnd terrible, but in tho end both sections that would sou bo forgotten by of tho island became indeendent. golden silenco are fanned into rage when & Pump Adjusters, Well Drillers tho tonguo begins to play its fiery purt. There has inco been, on lho avrraje, t A MAN' Is known by his deeds and not his STANFORD, KV roTolution onco in Msvon years, nntl two cr words. Words aro wind; deeds are gold. three short nnrs between tho two govern- Ilcnco our own good qualities should never ments. Tho island is 4ft miles long, its area bo 'oiccd by us. Wo tarnish our own best Wells drilled to order aud Pimps luriilhid prices. square miles untl it total jwpulatiou deeds when wo praiso them. i3 T.YJ.OOO, of whom nearly 'J00.000 nre whites or and Words of auger dostroy j nominally to, tho rest of all shades from pure tho respect of others. Every wiso thing S. O. DAVIS, Diacu uown through grifTo, metif, mulatto, can bo better said when freo from anger PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, qu.ulroon and octoroon to niclano.il nnd and passlonuto feelings. ' lie that hath no tho lat tuo known to havo Africuu rulo over his own spirit is llko u city broken jsta. vtcrt NON, Iv v. blooil only by their fnmily record, ns none down and without walls." but cu expert could tracu tlio trituration. or gossip-beare- r, SrEKcii, to tho scandal-monge- r 'oothci".ropieal island can compare with 'Office Tiet door to Whitehead's Druj Stire. is worso than vitriol tu the hands of Iiayti for general hcslthfuluess; tho uvcmgp a fool; used only for ovil, without tho least tapeji.il attention given to diseases of children of life is equal to that of tho Tinted States. counterbalancing good. It destroys, blindOnly onco in ten years tho mercury rosenbovo ly, just for tho lovo of destroying the good landa, but it has gono name and happiness of others. 'ldegs. on A P T"l Dli nrilCi j tolOJdegs. nt Tort nil Frmcc. Tin noil is of iJ IXUdHj 11 LO, ill. 1.)., A cut linger heals soonest by keeping It luoxuausuuic letiiu y, uic forests noouiM in from tho air; i wounded heart by silence. STANFORD, KY. the mo-- t Miluublo hard ww,!s, tho mrutitains A wiso comforter will not opsn tho wounds are rich in minerals of ull kinds, mid lho cold of a bereaved heart by uny allusion to tho s.tfficc on l.tncister Street. oppoiteCouri-Huii- e mines were once so productivo that f ix::i n dead. Covered wounds heal without a scar; Having remesed to thi place Iroin I. Ilium, to single district the of tho Ufa:. 1O1 onco exposed and you bear tho marks for his professimi. cjlls the nitration ot the life. lie to the fact that lie v. ill he ready nt nil hours province scut ltoitio tho annua! tav of i'M,-00fA and enough was retained to defraj all slay or night to answer cnlK in town or countrv. Ir wife scolds and neglects her houseTrnny ears of ills lilu were spent in Stanford arid local exjionses. Thoro Is uo deep mining hold; if husband is unkind; if friends negit iinncci.ss.iry to speak ol his ability us now, mid only n httlo ensiling of gold sands !ielctiis lect you, it is far better to keep it to yourm physician nml surgeon A share of the patron-f .'the people of M.infiird anil mc nits it.ml.ed by tlio poorest class of people. Tho island is self than to fan tho flaino of sorrow In your us tf 'V him easily capable of supporting tcsi tr.ni 3 Its own bosom by giving veut to tho lire within. Tho more completely a lire is smothered tho sooner and casior it is extinguished. Putting n blanket over tho person whoso clothes aro in Unities is far mora x efficient in extinguishing the ilro than runpi-ning out into tho wind. Who advised her pupils to Rtrcngthen thoir niinils by tho uso of Ayer's Sar- "A phnny saved is a penny earned," is a homely adngo which tho old and prudent snjiorilla, appreciated tlio truth that havo for generations past repealed to tho bodily health is essential to mental annoyance of tuo youug and prodigal. Hut vigor. For persons of delicate and feoblo 'J7J.Wt.iU-- sVtTiAJIsWjKlf it is wonderfully true, aud nioro yet, tho raonstJttition, whether young or old, this penny saved is a sort of " breeding medicine. Is remarkably beneficial. Be " of tho Gorman talo other pontiles suro you get Ayer's Sursapnrlllu. - "" cluster around it, and by and by multiply "Every spring nnd fall I take n num-''JxInto tho sum desired for some chanty or T!!E KKAlU.AnOU of bottles of Aer's Knrsaparilla,anil iosbos.slon. present opulnti(iii, a.ul i.i groa comfoit, some Mrs. James II. am greatly beiiellted." J&istitmii, Stoliehitui, Moss, bi't there must bj n more il.iiient kowt.i-ECCENTRIC INDIVIDUALS. nt. "I havo taken Ayer'n Snrsaparllla with gteat benelit to my general health." Tko l.:te difflculty to h:nu A Gi:okgu man subscribes for twenty L. Cierar, I'almjrn, ZU. ot.t of tho fact that lho liuytiun uutbonticj copies of tho Ikiilil CuHttltutlim, which ho My daughter, twelve years of age, decliircdn blcckadoof tho ports held by the carefully files and stores away. Jhas suffered for the past year from Insurgents other governments A WKtLTin Now York widow has a the notice required by international hiv. church and a chaplain of her own at hong Tlio Unti.h Alta mikd from New Branch. Tho church cost about 470,000, and York Oct. 1!) w Ith n cargo lcrgely composed tho chaplain's salary of fcl,r.00 Is paid out of Jv lew weeks since, wo began to glvo licr Ayer's Sar.siipnrilln. Her health has of urnu. and other munitions of uar, v.lilcli tho widow's own poekot every your. greatly improved." Mrs. Harriet II. were suniiol by tho firm that furnished TiiEiiii recently died tit Flint, Mich., a ISattles, South Chelmsford, Mass. them to bo designed for Venezuela. Slu v..;s man who had made careful preparation that "Aljout a j ear ago I began using Ayer's found cruUint; in llaytimi waters, cud as nothing should bo said ut his funeral that Saraiarilhi us u remedy for debility r seized by tho Iluytian Tuuwaiat would not meet with bis own approval. Ho and neuralgia resulting from malarial I.'Ouverture. When tho Ilaytiaus found t! r.t had written his own funeral sermon, tho exposure in tlio uriny. I was in a very slio had on board U0 bones of liP.ri Mid a hymns IkuI condition, but six bottles of theSar--saparillto bo sung at bis funeral, tho words corres)ondiug amount of 11.ted ammunition of consolation to his friends and the epitaph with (ii'rasionnl doses of Ayer'a they ut onco began n vigorous huiit among Mils, hao greatly impiovetl my health. tombstone. mn to Iyuinotnow able linicli oik, and feel that I other vessels from tho United States ard for his a young woman in Athens, Go., Tiinuu's sny too for your excellent teied tho Haytlan Ilcpublic, a Ueamcr who, uuliko most d and Tcniedies.1 F. A. rinkham, South onuctl in Uoston. Tho ofTenso chai-uc- d young women, objects to being iloluncns, Me. against this vevsel was that of carrying torn looked ut. Sho had a negro arrested tho "My daughter, Hlxleen years old, Is armed insurgents from ouo ort to another other day for looking Into tho window as ho using Ayer's Snr.saparilla with good Other Aiucrii'aii vessels were put under nu was walking by tho house, und sho followed ltev. S. .1. Graham, United nunoyiug surveillance, and the relations lie that up by writing to a prominent youug Urethren Churth, llnckliaunou,NV.Va. tweon tho tuo republics became, as diplomat- man of tho town, threatening him also with ' I suffered fiom ists would tay, "strained." llcisco tho arrest if he didn't quit looking at her when of tho Keui'sarge, ordeied by Secretary ho mot her on tho street. Hayard. Tiiriir died recently at Sullivan, III., a with lame back nnd ht'odaelie, nnd have 'lho American steam sloop ICoavs.irgo is character known us tho man who made his Iwcn lutn b beiiellted by the use of Ayer'a tho sumo that, under command of Cap.. A. own oofnn. Tho lumber for tho coffin was Snrsapaf'11 I am now Ml years of age, Winslow, won such renown by sinking tiio cut and sawed by him many years ugo, and nui M.iistieil that inv present health f'iiucd privateer Alabamn, Cupt. Ilahacl most of which tlmo It was left to season. And pioluiii d life nre due to the uso ot JVver's 8111 wipai illu." l.Uey Mollltt, Semmes, near Cherbourg, France, on Sun- Soino eight years ago ho made tho cofUn acilliiigly, I'oiin. day, Juno 19, 1601. Even for that time the aud soaked it in oil and varnished it well. Keursarga was not a war vessel of tho first At tho head ho put a cross piece, which Mrs. Ann II. Farnsworth, a lndy 70 years old, So. Woodstock, Vt., writes : class, uiul Cap.. Wfuslow had armor plated raised that end sonio llvo inches higher than 'AIter tsesi'inl weeks' suffering from hcrmiddlo section by tho naval devico of tho other. Ho stated that when ho lay I procured a bottlo nervous wrapping them with cable chains, which down ho wanted his head raised. Tho readin, and before I at Avers Suranp.it were plunked ovr. Capt. Suumes nftir-uard- s son given for Its manufacture is tho shoddy 2ial taken liulf of it my usual health complained bitterly of ikis "deceit," character of tho shop-mad-u goods. Mr. returned." as it jirnc Ically drew him into a fight with Watsou was soveuty-slyears old and a an urmored vessel, his own having bare Mexican soldier and a soldier UMtho lato ' wooden sides. Hut it is not for n civihuu war. Ho hud lived on his present farm for I'llKIMUKD DY years afterwards toco over forty-llvwriter twenty-fou- r years. About two weeks CDr. J, C. Ayer Si Co., Lowell, Mass. cido how iur stretcgem aud deceit may honbefore ho died ho hud tho cofllu brought Vrloe 1 ; six bottles, 5. Worth 5 a bottle. orably go in war. Tho public applaud j th Into his room und placed at thu foot of his I They lluvc Keni-narc- fmK Absolutely Pure. IT HAS LED TO THE SEIZURE SOME AMERICAN VESSELS. Mecn WitKxyou go out angling with your best girl it is well to tako your llshmg smack nlong. SsTANrOKIl, Oilier on Lancaster Mieei, cated t Dr W. It IVnm Dctoctcsl, So It I Arm nml with Ctmsejlnp; to tho IiisniTjcnts, nml tho After Them. flocn to COTTAGE FOR KENT! vmsm'm&mz - t'pper Main itreet. Slisnfrrd, IliSliW residency. Also the now occupied by Mr. J I'. Dasls next donr, Possession lotirst iMniml gisenat any time und lo latter 011 No nth. MK". I.O I It. lllil.W hN ncsltdW 7,.tf My cottage oil M 1 jrr!:.sa.w it' QtJXTw7 & J. T. "rjfwrisiAus TaMissffia:3 KY. w- CO., 11 ml-tin- e HUfJTs.NVIJjLK i Ilantllle, Ky To tho Farmers of Woat Lincoln, (iriru Casey and Elsewhere. star gund I I tlng liir fml ilt'i ClM' itoil v'jskt is til smelt (hir if villi .! cttpiKti. on h, an he oblpi' r ne I Arv t M in ihs h 1 - s in.' I m it. I ' ! ltd I HoV- ai 1 lu ! - nr-- . . Inf lo any !. tit u- - s'tir sj S' "ii'is' u 1 i.. I Mr J W a li. ally II s:t-- l g t ussg m ilf V bocs-ncss- l" Effective Remedy for constipation and indigestion, nnd are iucr without them In the house." Moses Greuier, Lowell, Mass. " I havo used Ayer's Pills, for liver troubles nnd Indigestion, during many years, aud havo always found them prompt and etllclent In their action." L X. Smith, Ullcn, N. Y. " I suffered from constipation which assumed such an obstinate form that I feared It would cause a stoppage of tho lmwels. Two boxes of Ajer's Pills effected a completo cure." 1). Ilurke, Saeo, Mo. "I have used Ayer's Pills for the past thirty years and consider them an invaluable family medicine. I know of no bitter remedy for liver tumbles, mid liiivo always found them a prompt cure for dyspepsia." James (juiiiti, lO Middle st., Hartford, Conn. " Having lieen troubled with coitlve-nes- s, which seems iue liable with per sons of sedentary habits, I have tried Ayer's Pills, hoping f.ir relief. I am ;iiui to say tnat tliev liavo servetl mo letter than nnv other medicine. I arrive at this conclusion only after a faithful trial of their merits." Samuel T. Jones, Oak st., Uoston, Mass. Mr C C VniiArs- auto r eil ilasilig tlsle. iitunrlelor of HiiatuniiV le liollrr Mills, as his agent for the purcliise of wlient In this section of on my old and tries! country, I call with confldi-ncfriends of the farming public to see me hePsre en- gaging tlielnrops ttsewhere. Haling been In thti trade about twenty wtrs. I am l.iiMltir with I ftf I warralittHl, theiefore, ill the, thetuiini'ss declaration that I will le able to taiitiinte the, vf routs rtii lu the adtantage of all ion-- , transler J " GltHKN. cetned j ln-e- OH3SV7 POWDER f. , TOBACCONET. ivey, Clsa- SAWMILL FOUSALH AIho I.iiikI mill StiHdc ! As I desire to lease Kentucky I will sell atgreat sacrifice a saw mills ceniplrte with ,1 hor.c boilers and o horse cnjlnes, 1 saw works, 1 o be wag wagons 1 huckboard, 1 spring waif-oon j nnd hurnens ,t tike olcattle, 1 mules, 1 hur.e, acres uf crist mill cnmidete. and my farm uf S ill sell priiatels .noli hind well timbered gtcd and v Sale Stable, i r ""Wl 3,. tf t MAUI SMITH, Majwiwd, Ky lute nt"ied black-nnd-ta- ti M"ST MEAT SHOP Stanford, Kt w. h. jacksoj: & co., K paras. , , , ESTRA street. nniKwite thf Couit-ll'ius- c l'o I also keep a lot ol IlKIl K on hand reads W. V fr ll.SlK lc lONHON, fellow-citizen- L.AN1) FOR SAIK. so acres on the SomerM-- t and Crab O'lrchard ruad, half ivj between the tint places Well uf Half cartsl and o (food water at end ot p..rch A good utitlel fur caltb, Ihii;s acrr--s lu Kr.l-- s r.ooil turnnuts and sa Mlr horses on reaMMiabtc term. "li'' n 1 lent prnnt on the rjilr ! ' t r ' . in the mountain se ' ..11 ' ' r- ' - p a io miti in t' ' hirs - FOR SALE. Slouse nnd Acres Land rZjT S J l'lir.rAitK.n nr Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Dealers In Medicine. Ayer's Pills, NOTICE! and sheep 51. tf V li WAl.I AC Ilahnc) I . K Mountain Xi&nds I NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. Si-ea- k l. I he Farmers Nstion.il Pink, lo Jled at Stanford, in I.lnoln lounti. M .Is now sealing its ttlslrs and therefore ntisi i hcehs gnen t .ill holding said Pink's nnto or has mi; claims nguuist said Asuiciati. n t promt thfit for payment Oct g. itM JOHN II. OWH.Kl. Caslner. I hate 4POacr, more or V.s, of Mountain Cot and Timber l.alids that I will svll at a bargain I base u store room to rent (or a furniture an I cu dcitakuiK, hardvtare r tinner's istabli.hmni Thrsc are Kuod for 411 day t lurfuilher inform C V M MCA I.I, matHin, write to Haibottrsilie, Ky 3I ; , CREAM LEXINGTOKY. ;1 f I IMl TO BTJJLXI5EHS IRON ROOFING At $1 73 per square, niil, punts Ac, (".lie u I Ml it trial O) tin I I PHOTOGRAPHER, ESTK;-A."Y"Came . CUItTISO VKK lam actnttor 1 he I imiuiiati Pi.rter Ir. is Km.f ins Cotnpaii) and am prcparrd to ftirnih their include J. I. lf f JU&Mfg to our stalil on the it of Oct MOl'SK COLORKI) Ml' ML - hands high. Ounercan get him by pariag far hit feed core & llowland. K) M.I ON. ihladrtiemRt 77. (w I! li A lo Crali Orchard, Ky LO"5riD Sc McKINN'KY, KV. 00., OTho nUYEnS'QUIDEIi Maroh ant) Sept., year. It it an oncy. self-respe- Drugs, Mesllclnos, the famous Sirup tit liiss and to )?et sour prescriptions promptly and cur tilled at all hours, and to vtet yiiur Staple recti)' c . en to I have purchased the lumber yards of Messrs. Groceries, fine Cigars, Toilet Article. I)r j A WILLIAMS George 1) Wearen and I M llriue and "ill open i.md&Cn.McKinnei will attend to uurdrtix department; alto attend to a hip yard at the one pun based of Mr Wearen in town or llesides lumber in rough and dressed, I ill carry the wants of the sick, nlht or a Urge line of uindowr sashe. 'virsanl shingles, countr yi laths, poits and the pu ket feme furmerly sold by S (1 IIOCKKK Mr. W'eaten. tyr ii ; a IIAYI r w. miti M.r LTTMBEB, TTAK3D I J H HILTON I H PAVIs leuco-mclauoi- HXJCTOISr& DATTXS KhAllkS IS General Merchandise, ROWI.AN'O. KV , or uieful Infor. for all who pur. tbo luiurioa or the di. of Hie. We on clothe you nnd lurnish you with bll the nooassary nml unnecessary appliance to ride, walk, il.tnco, aleep, eat, flh, hunt, work, go to cnttrcn. METOALF sSc HAYS, or strty at home, and in vrtrlo-jalios, Junt figure out AHYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. Btylea iiand qurtntitiei. all thoao what required to do thlna COMFORTABLT. nd you con make a fat' 1IAKIIOIKVII.I and PINKVILI.K, KV ostlmato or the value or tho DUYEHH' Will practice in any court in Kastern Kentucky OUIDE. which will be upou Kxaminations of land titles made a specialty Any receipt of 10 oents to payont poitaso, site tracts of timber, coal and mineral lands for a 7f-t- f. Oil Clulhuij, llat, Cat, Hoot. Shoes, Dry (iootis, Notions and family Crocerio Also dealers in for Coal Country produce taken in rxshan; goods at highest market price Come one, C' me to-all, and learn tlit adsatitages in trade Hate jiitt opened a new stuck of Men and Hoys' Information turmshed on any point and correspondence solicited llJitf sale. Ill-li- MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. t Michlican Avenue, Chlco,Ill. To the Farmers of Lincoln and Garrard Counties- r The Stanford Uoller Milts Conittany want whole ivrtfat crop ufiM and will pay in cash the highest market price for it Do nut sell wultmit first seeing Superintendent Potts al the Mill nr I' I lOSILK, thiMindcriiziieil Pres Slanfi Holler .Mills I x THE FLOnENCE )i iTEOT FIGHT cured lNPiobTi"N, C V Simmons. St. Louis, I'rop'r M A. SiininontLlscr Medicine, list' J ;So, in the V. S dei hats J 1 1. ellin, Prop'r A. q.hunmons Llv r Itccul ator, d by Zeillii iyy M. A. S. L. M. hat for aj Tho Original Wins. ht ' ' WASHING MACHINE The Teacher mUP- M MjAsgSS -'- jS"i gro-sch- I have bourn t th right 10 sell the Florence Washing Macnine and am nots prepared to furnish nil who may ttish 10 sate their clothes from the riihbingand tearing incident to the old process ef washing. I'ake one and trj it and or ctuvinced. I'll not worry you about buying unless you are fulLOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. ly satisfied a to its merits. I nc unoersignea naie purcnased me i'toreucc . Washing machine and after a ihoroua-Strial, we take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, THE LARGEST AND FINEST and without hesitatHn pronouuce K s,t.ies ,n every particular, doiiw all that is claimed fur 11 Wm Daugherl), J W. Wallace, l)r. Ilourue, HOTEL IN THE CITY. Mrs S P hallur. A. C. Sine, bill Perkins. Lewis Dudderar, J. I". l.jun, I.. I. ltauson, (' Vanoy, . Mrs Amanda Petk, (!erg- - l'e)l"n. Alex C PicMs, Alhi-r- i Caiuilen, sin Kainc, K RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCOnD- A M. K. Harrow, tint inanv others M V. KI.KIN. INC TO rooms: Ileailuiiaitir- - it s. Mtvrs' storr. ' THE GALT HOUSE, t T II. Ucimi, Potior M. K. Church. Adams. Tcnn.. i.hi.. thould have been dead but lor your Genuine ,M. A. Sim. mors Liver Medicine, t xomellmct had to aubttltute I "Zc.lin't stuff" for vour err.. fr.11 JZCDtfjl ctne l,ut " slon't answer the I think I lltnotiNias lrriNU,SlCK llEAtlACIIK.I.Ok. ArrTiT. Soir Stomach, Ktc Hev jer h. Dr. J. It. Oravct, Kditor Tkt I rereiicd a paikaire of your Liter "(cmciiic, auu unic uscu Hanoi (, It wor.,slikc a charm. I want no Haiti-rlaw,C- r hctt r I ner and certainly no more of cilla't mixture. - -r WOTXCJ5 TO THE CITIZENS I TURKISH A-- RUSSIAN IIATIIS IN HOI I' I r 0F LINCOLN COUNTY. s waho-ttg.vin- g General Debility. mau-of-a- Having recently equipped i fine K.. Her Mill In the town of Manfurd that we lei') an Mill to ui;ual in ciulit) uf Hour, we think the cttiieus ol the county should linvc ountv pri le enough tc the same We wish to in patronize ind form whom it ma) concern that tre are in the1 market tu buy i our wheat and curn anil will al ways give the highest market price for wine, We have added some new machinery to our mrn meal department and can nnvt make meal In suit nnv person. It cannot be eu nailed b uny otl.er mill We solicit 1 trul in our Hour and in this siciiilt) mral department All haling grain in nur tine for vile will ple.ise cml at the Mill, where our agent will he fsund at all times, who will give the best prices for same. (Iran and shipstuiT ulways w. . mi 1 Si, in stock. Supt., Stanford Roller Mill Co JJI If. su-ta- in STANFORD, KY., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. -Cn Tins oh: and Hotel still maintains its high reputation, and us Proprietor is dtlernun. ed tli.cl 11 shall be second to no country Hotel in the State its Fare, Appointments, or Alien lion lo liu 'iiivsts, liasifae conveyed tu and front depot free of charge' Speci.il accommodations to Commercial Travelers, 111 HICKEN -- - Cholera Cure! a, well-favore- d right-minde- THE QERTS' FURNISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. M'MIOHAEL,, THE HATTER, SUCCESSOR TO R..B. GEOGHEGAN, 511 WOOD WALLACE, 4TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. The fashions of the day in the Cents' Furnish, will always be found in my store, I am agent tor the India'tapolis Steam Laundry, the best Laundry in the world. ne mmMww T I ssvf(Vi r V ' d.s-ltc- h iNervous Prostration, 1 The Nobbiest & Most Stylish rnu-ia- a -- SucV. nf FALL HATS, Iter Lriiiiilii la the city of I.Miisillle, nnw open incliiilinc,' the wiirld-rt'liownKNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS 11 Tan. ploo, m eoo "la, H ! ss ?5T XI0fcl UCQDls Cream . isW M - ,mm c THIRproparation.witliout Injiirv.rcnfovesProok- usvua-xuuju- o, aruit- - 100 s, Blnck-Hoad- pn-trntl- I Ayer's Sarsaparilia, 1 j o white. Viola Oroam is not a paint or A tnl so my ptvu impnttatiiill of IJnLjIish lints and Caps An elegant line ot Canes nnd Lyon's powderto cover defects, but a rcmwl v to cure. Fine It is superior to all other preparations, and Celebrated Umbrellas itltv.tyt on hand. is guaranteed to givo satisfaction. At drug SEAL SKIN SAGQUES, GAPS, gists or mailed for fiO cent. Prepared by GJ. O. &z specialty. Orders out-- I (ilovcs and other Fur, TOLKDO, OHIO. A few applications will render the most (stubbornly red skin sod, smooth and Sunburn and j I BITTNER CO., Hide of city solicited, Don't tail rjir.i wUcsi'.ccteUs bed. teed. toordera perfect aiitisfiction c;iiarai. N01IUV HAT. ti tyr dollars worth of bickens die every year from Choi- 1. It is more fatal to chickens than .ill o'her diseases combined. Hut the li'ifoyery of u lemeay mac positively irvs it has been made, and in be convinced of its efficacy only reiuirc a trial bottle is enttigh foi one hundred chickens. It is d If, after using of bottle, the buyer is not thoioughlv tarisfled with it as a cure for Chicken t'h'ik'ra. return it to the undersigned nu' ..r moiiev will be refunded 01 v Tho u sn n ds S?3 s guar-.inten- two-third- s 1 For Salt nt McRobciti SiajgV, Sian'ord, Ky ' For tale by McKoLerts V; Slajtr, Stanford l.