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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888112001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. (j liiUlvLaiij U. l) i Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20. d888. NO. 81 FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. m The Carl Me Mercury reportH the Hale W. A. Arnold sold Ids residence on timie into tlio world toh.m: of .00 common cwch at St.-Danville Avenue to Mrs. Nilliu IIiirtiH, tTCrwl lu 1 itv 1111(1 !VoiIiiill? hIhihW not to worry thuin, or Imlly i Will A. Hail sold to A. 1 Mimu'l, vriven Mr. Arnold! tlieni, or linrdun'tlieiii. And ho they ! ley 12 hog at 4J cts. nnd family will move to lily fnnn in the hist on turning tliu "patlm of jlc:inaiit-- 1 II. M, Johnson sold to Johnson lit country, netw mid peaee" into thorny hichwnyti, pitAiai'; 'rirtc I.. Cruteher, trustee of J. C. lift- head 1,(K) pound cattle at 5 cents. w hen- tundur feet lire torn, and heavy I'd Carter rohl to A. T. Nunnelley lean, maiie a sale of his ell'ects the lltli heartu made heavier, by reason of the L'O head of Puiic, Kv., Nov. !", ISSS. cattle at I cts. inst. The sale was satisfactory to all tuoUrh-vouHiietof the road. I would my y concerned. -- J. M. iV .1. C. Held sold to A.T. hah I.NTDiiiou: Aftor wnitinff The farm containing ili." wl men might ee that u loving cattle at acres, brought $(0 per acre. a car load of jv.irn for ait invitation from "Old Hour- - Mw would he dlraceil, if all these hard A Paris paper says Ilev. Frank Cheek lion." anil not KCttliift It, I rut the knot .'it cunts. wilmtlon, devised hy men. jmn.1 C. SimdidKo sold to Wakefield, refused to make an announcement to Ids and aske.l mvhelf to eome. Or nn of Hi oiderinj;. Thank Ood, tliey Mooreland vv Co. L'O head fat I wim not willing, after all that ;w that. congregation of the postponement of the none of Ilk. There !h no 'Void cuttle at If cents. liad happened nix ve..rn ao, t.) leave Barnes meeting, giving as his reasons for eat" in IIU "(Jopel." If we persist of what chniiKU thlH people in iKiiomiu-The Midway Clipper reports sales of not doing so that Harnes is an Independ i SIX) baritoOliairclsofcornatSl.oOaud had "eome over the nplrit of mydream," ' putting it there, it only sieves ent. .From this we suppose that Rev. t l,.t..rm1ii.Nl il. ,. tliLVMliuiilil know "uw woulil you like it, dear reader, if, rels of shelled old corn at Cheek is not an independent and lias -- Potatoes are selling in Davenport, set out to teach onlv what all. and eome to an Intellijient derision when you wanted to make one you love the bosses the reception of a costly gif- t- . nt fmm ,.. tQ ,8 C(;nlH per ,,,,,,, on tho subject, whatever that decision '"'l'l'v, told him he must teach when he pursued lu ,i1oiih as low as 12 cents per bushel K' "'' his studies nt the theological institute.' infill be. In hIiuiI, I made upiuy mini, ""l K" J bestow it should be taken in such n to ".have it out" witli them. A. T. Niinnelley shipped to Atlanta Ilro. Cheek would never have heard of rt is Just as I expected. The hearts of "oiumi way, mm ho many reservations Saturday to Cqx ft Hill a of the Cross if Jesus Christ had not been protestations; so many sighing and Southern homos, for winch he paid from tliu dear people arv sound to the core. im independent. , Killings; and such manifestations of The wav in which thev have rallied sm to s iav Severe censure has been heaped up' as to convert tl.emer- meetings; the deiise-- , -- W. H. Traylor has bought 1,1)00 bar- on 'Squire Weiser for the unyielding poiiio,l ramo-tos into a funeral, ami the of their spIv packed audience-roorels of corn at $1.50 delivered on thecars. sition lie took in the Dilgercase. Withthe fixed, lespectful, w'"11 "' " donor's happiness and lie. boimht most of it in the Antiocli out question, the 'Squire deserves con. . . , miooue o, ueep o.snonor ami almost attention they have) " rUllClUlter jf0W8, demnation for his seemingly dogged delispleasure'. given to the preaching ami singing of old Holsteiu bull calf termination to never consider the quesA ' t,'ik ' vnMvt wonder of the mU ,n New VorJ. ,ngt wcok for $2tV)0 tion of right and justice as between tho Gospel, all tell out, in no uncertain wav, which mad their sympathies run. heavenly Mate, as we look back upon U(, Mhmi ,mi,.,vor p.tid. The dam's and the citizens at large. Hut is it ,, Jn Hut, I do not forget that, for years, one "'. will be inthe hideous reluctances nk mionl of vt.nr ,m3 not a little strange that every one has a our acceptance of (iod h n()t ,WJl ,R1IlU,U i' displayed report after another, iin-- falser than the kick for tho old gentleman of great legal obstacles we! last, has been circulated, till the dear Ovation; and the ,Us.VIUjK ccut.-- A verv small attainments, when his construction of . were so poisoned, by degrees, ,l,ntj piled between ouielves and iiur Sav ior. rt.ntl,u ,, thu market' yesterday, the law is in keeping with many of the " '"' " " " they Iinnlly tlaivil semi lor me to know "" a' bad tiod""- worse ""- none. ....,i wimt Wl,ro hoi,j i,nniKht poor prices. past technical decisions of our highest is ters, that than the worst. court, by which murderers as heinous Mountain cattle brought from 2 to (, "r "''lection, I doubt the cor-- 1 Ami now, that they have the same old Ul,w mM t fr0M) as Dilger lias been turned loose upon the A Im ,. gospel as of six veamagone. they breathe iwtinwof thai, "Xo Cod," does such - t() 4,s C'r,,wd fair, community? So 'Squire Weiser is a u stub of relief, and testify in every pos- - violence to the "Si'miT" in nian;"issuch u tie KiU of j c Inpm Imst wet.k good lawyer after the fashion. He de'" "i me ihm iihu ii in us, ,X. M.nv ()f am, ,IOII,t Iblv way their joy at having us 'jnck. per m. j,y manded one instruction of the Judge, detraction has that nothing can compens:ite for the 'n- - Mt.wirt., .cott Co.; Itt yearling cattle which was refused, bul after deliberaOf.Vmrseainouiitainof to be removed. The devil is not such a Jury wrought. 2U."; 10 ilo. S22..m; 11 vcarling heifers tion the court gave it and the 'Squire Whereas, even witli n false, bad Ood, .,. m. - Vlnr,IK htt,cr; j.0; biingler.astolmvenllhis work undone t.rn per scored another point. The only trouble in a trice, and the fight is not yet over, the worshipping Spirit will find some T,,e toUi niount of the with the 'Squire is that he is a good lawHut the victory is assured, in time, if we outlet, thmugh wlilch to lay hold, tho' KlIo wlls.(0oo.-Ilegis- ter. yer nnd a capital Judge, but n very poor don't commit some blunder that will mi- - dimly ami indistinctly of the Ood it w j Carpenter sold to W. II. juror "for the people." "ant. TIiIh "feeling after (iod, if haply lnivor , ,. present advantages. :j0 t() $, Ah0 nUtk, a, express-- 1 1(K);ll0M(H I find tiie memory of the former meet-- ' w "" Highland. Dr. Mullins nnd wife Ilt ., j, jjontjt Crosstleld & Co. though only a false (iod is known, )I(, t() '" WX) souls iimfcshed the over mlw w txtm. h1oi, ,llttItli wci);,. have gone to northern Kentucky, where better than that paralysis of Spirit, dear Name of Jesus-- is fresh and nbid-- . a .,j t0 4 t.onts I suppose they will make their home. wm J000 t " iK NViiir. and as I get up in the familiar stand that syncope of Soul, that follows ,0JW lt n (i,ltHe AIw).HH, 0 Miss Morgan and Mr. Hughes debated t forth " tl",,t. e and look out over the crowd of well- - barring out all hope, olcl IiIh fiirm of 70 acres in "Women's Suffrage" at the Hastin is no Ood. last Saturday night. Mr. Frank kiiownfaccs.it really don't seem ,lx most awful sentence-'lli- ero thU TOlinlVi IIPur the Stanfonl pike, to weeks since we were doing the former, The bad (;odisiiitheiii:.i.,cIiielly, vu: ,i0iin ooV,., 0f West for 2,700. linker, of Worchester, 0., who bus been And that head ,oiht..oi...itsoK;mI work. visiting his brother Charles at this place I)jinville AtlvonUt.. The worship w ill make us bad, undoubtedly. Paris has a superb Tu, ,irt.ltiiitsll,H 0f the various fairs in for sometime, has returned to Portsmain audience-roois like a well inn-- ; "TIkV that worship them are alike unto t,H MM.tIon mvt in IxInctoii last week mouth, O., where he anticipates spendHtnirted opera hall. It has been lately them," is a scriptural statement that nH (U)(l f0ned an association to be known ing the winter nnd returning in the to i.e true, ai.Mracuj, ami in expe - Ins t10 Kt.tllL.kv frescoed and ineeiiccis are verv line. It ," " Circuit of spring. Miss. Edith Morgan's school "The stream rises not higher Fairs. W. J. I .vie was made permanent will terminate at this place the 22d. The is lighted with gas and heated with four, . .j. , ..viwntive cnmniittcf class completing the common school open grates, for uio.lerate col.l, and large than its source," Is man's way of stating tne i Ni"iin un,j T. jM M,irtiii secretary. One of the course will deliver essays on the after' " "" stoves In reserve for severer weather. A "? capital arrangement, leaving the caloric s.iys "I liate tiioioiits,' not "vain 0j,.,.t(, 0( tie association is to prevent a noon of the same day and it will also -iun is an iiaue inierpom- - mniii:t 0f ,aW mui tlu, following list give a reunion on the night of the com.piestlons under lcautiful control; and inougnis. not in the text. iivoidini that alternate roast inu and tiou. Harrodsburg, July 150; mencement. We anticipate n grand was arranged: with n Danville, August fl; Sharpsburg, Aug. lil; time. Mrs. I.. Spires, from Kansas, arrivHut a bad head may freezing, we are all so familiar with, in heart. There is givat comfort in Maysville, August 20; U'xington, August ed at this place last Sunday. She found public buildings, and so conducive to pneiinionlas, colds, sore throats ri. ....! that. The heait, in cripture, is :vr.it 27; Paris, September it; Cynthiana, Sep many eager friends awaiting her arrival. tho will; ami the will is still it monarch tember 10; Kminence, September 17. The Mr. Charles Baker has at last concluded qmut, to be at the on his throne, though fallen. And my meeting at each place is to continue five that Highland is a poor place to goto to It seems verv natural Miss MorHourbon House, whom we "put up" Ih- - wil1 is "w. ' K'tf s choose. Thank davs. .get thread "just because! fore. Mainuiaand I are at the hotel. ;od for that. I chouse to give it to Ood. gan will organize a normal school at this CHURCH AFFAIRS. the ctmllict ceases, and His "will Tho girls are guests of Mr. nnd Mr. place this winter-is done on earth, as in Heaven." How leu Hashford. Rev. Hen Helm will preach the The Court of Appeals has allirmed have theoretic thoughts o Ood, Craddock Is as good and kind as can ' Thanksgiving sermon in the Clnistian that never get from thehcadtotheheait! the decision sentencing David Roberts, be. I think lie regards this as, in some church. who murdered James Kendall in Morgan sense, his meeting; seeing lie took the Vot from head to heait is a highway and The eveningservices at the Christian bad dogma in 1SSI, to 21 years in the trouble of drumming for us, at a critical there is always danger that a no- - county church will commence until further After the minder Roberts es- may reach the vital spot, where the mis-u- s .: period, when the devil might have kept ill ..'.,1.,..l. ii.ut.i.wl .if 7 caped to Missouri, but was caught and of the I'hief becomes irrewirable. Let us guard away by u very little turn will . . . A colored Catholic Congress , ' wheel.' We know tho colonel nnd his1 that entrance with a sleeplois vigilance, ."v.v.w V..Jl.t.,.... .Ii.nni.PV 1. TI...PO '"ri' " " 'V IIVVl ,' l IlllfllllllVIII " wurth, better than ever before. When Hetter to have the luwd right, also. That mo believed to be 200,000 olored Catho- mau recently, lie is (l and his sentence is equal to life impiisoumcnt. Yet Is a Imd Ood better than no . vou got down to his "true inwardness" i lics in the Tnited States. d at all, we limy still tiiilhfully old follow. As a collee- a he's Carlisle hits passed atiordinancetliat ' Bucklen's Arnica Salve. if news, I never nw his match. firm. oiurht to be adopted and enforced every The best (.live in the unrhl lor cuts, bruises Hut why have a bad one, when the AVhen one sees the Hiiia.Ing number and chewing ami where. It makes the soriH, ulcers, null rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapvariety of items in a single issue of the1 "'"'1 "d Father .f our Loan .Icmis of tobacco upon the iloor or carpot ped Hands, chilblains, lorm! and all skin erup Kentuckian-Citlzeand then icllcctson Christ" is ever piwnting Himself for of a church an oll'ense punishable on tions, and positively cures piles, or no pay re.uisiac the continuous labor involved in dishing our anvptanctV conviction by a line of not less than $:t qulrctl. It Is guaranteeii to u;ie pericci per box. tlon or money refunded Price 15 cents Oia.. u. 1iikh. Ever in Jcmis. up a similar feast of fresh tidings for than $10. nor more Kor kale by A R Penny, Stanford, Ky m: hungry readers, in such tirele success- Syrup of Figs ion, one no longer wonders thatour'wor- The Cincinnati ICxpoMtion lost just Is Consumption Incurabla ? thy editor is "worn to a fraz." He is Ij Nnturo' own truo lnxative. It i tlio $110,000 for itis btockliolilers. Head the following: Mr C II Morris, New-- Henry V. Kinjr, of Jhieae.o,Vns ark, Ark., i.ay: "Was down with Abscess of thin.'hut wiry and vigonms, and will live most eaiily taken, nnd tho most ofl'ectivo and die si walking iuturogatioti point. remedy known to Cleanse tho System nhot ami killed at the Hotel I'axton in the Lungs, and friends and physicians pronouncconsumptive, llcpm takwhen Bilious or Costive; to dispel II Omaha by a woman who claimed to be ed me me an incurableDiscovery for Consumption, Wo will esteem it amply wortli tho Dr. New wife.' Kiii hail only recently re- ing now Kind's third bottle and able to ovirsee the Fovorsj to Curo Habit-mColds, and his it if we can only help this indefatigable on my am Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. married. work on my farm. It is the finest medicine ever caterer to the endless wants of tuicws-dcmanufac- made" Jesse Middtewart, Dec.Uur, Ohio, says: The Hopkins it llobini-ovouring public to a little, or much, more Manufactured only by tlio California Fig wholesale Hour "Had it not been for Dr King's New Discovery Cal. tory and W. II. Hdinjrur's of the same kind of religion we were in-- Syrup Company, Sau Francisco, fur Consumption I wjuUI base died of I.iihk house, Louisville, Mitl'ored lire looses Fi strumeiital in bringing into ids hard- - For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. Troubles. (riven up by doctors. Am now the former to the amount of $.0,000 in the bist of ho.illli ' Suinple bottles free nt worked life six years ago. It was the The Only Perfect Remedy and the latter of .0,000; nearly covered A It lnn's druif store good news of a Ood and Savior, Who onElectric Bitters. ly asked him to believe "as best lie For habitual constipation, dyspepsia, and by insurance. A. S. Gentry, the local editor of the This remedy is becoming o well known and so could," that captured him then. And I kindred ills is tlio famous California liquid Pembroke Criterion, a paper published popular us to need no special mention All who trust tlio further discovery that tho dear fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. It strengthused Electric Hitters fdnu; the satnu son of Loin, treats us on the same generous ens as well as clenliscs tho system, it is in Clnistian county, lias brought suit It.ne A purer medicine does not etit and it Is of Hopkinsville for per- praise. against the city principles, "all along the line," will win easily taken, and perfectly harmless. guaranteed to do all th.it I. claimed Electric mitting a crowd of boys and men to run Hitters will cure all diseases of the I.lser nnd KidIds cheerful service in the future. You For snlo by A. It. Penny, Stanford. him out of town, tiring toy pistols at neys, will remove Pimples, Hulls, Salt Hheiim and might as well try to i.mvr. the entire caused Mommoth Cave is Kentucky's great him, when he camo'to work against tho other alfeclloiu from the by Impure blood Will mule ciop of 'SS without reins as to codrive Malaria stcm uud prevent as also boasts of of her railroad tax at the polls. erce our woithy editor. Hut ho will pride; but Kentucky well as cure all Malarial I'esers. I'or litre of Tho mail service cost the country Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Eleci.u.M) well, I am sure, if you get the right wonderful Oanter'H magic chicken choletiling in front of him. Ho disdains a ra cure. Sold by McUoberts A Stngg. 2t $')S,l'J0,tX)l during tlio last llscal year or tric Hitters, Entire; satisfaction gnuranteed or a inoro than it paid. The num- money refunded. Price 50c and it per bottle "curb." 1 think ho will go well with a Arc you made mucralilc by InJigcition, Coiuti A H Penny's drnr store of letters mailed was l,7i,SOO,000; "snallle." ration, Diiiinen, l.o of Appetite, Vellow Skin? ber newspaAnd hero I cannot refrain from record- Shlloh't Viuliier l a positive cure. McKohertt postal cards mailed ing my sorrow that tho Good Loan's ,V Stags, Stanford, Ky. ; Crow ,V Co , McKhmey pers and periodicals mailed l,0(t:t(100,0(K); Kjr.J It. W. Jnnei, Crab Orchard, Ky. matter, pieces of third nnd fourth-dim- s method of dealing witli saint and einucr The Kev Ueo. 11. Thayer, of Hourbon, Ind. ;t72,000,000; total :i,r7.s,ooo,ooo. is so misunderstood. lie is over taken pieces of GEO. A. KOMEK, During the year Instead of n loving ayt: "Hot Ii myself and wife owe out lie to for n Slags; Shiloh' Cotmimption Curs. McKobcrK were received at tho Dead Father. Men who come to Him for the Stanford, Ky. Crow Co., McKlnnoy, Ky.; K, mail matter AND BROKER better Olllce. Of the number 7W,HV. first time, draw near, looking fora stroke V. (unci Crnb Orchard, Ky. to tho owners without 40 & 43 Hroaduay nnd 51 New Street, of the lash; a remand to thu "hired serhhiloh'n Catarrh Remedy, n po.iilve cure fur were restored McKob opening. Of tlio number of pieces openNKV YORK CITY. vants'" quarters; a repellant look of vir- Cat.trrh, DyphlhcriUjindCiiiikcr-.Mouih- . r, ed there were recordt'd i!0,5l: containing tuous indignation, just because they are ert A; Stag;, Stanford, Ky. Cruw Co., Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions and Ky.; B. W.Jone, Crab Orchard, Ky ll,(WS consinners. They do not believe "This Man Why will you cough when Shi oh' Cure will money amounting to Petroleum. $.1,708; receivethsixxEits andcateth witli them." gte immediate relief? 1'rice ioc, joe and $i.oo tained postal notes amounting to HOUUHT.SOLDA: CARUIED ON MAKGIN They tlo not understand that any ungra- McKobert.ftSt.ijR, Stanford, Ky., Crow Co. j;l,:W8 contained negotiable paper, etc., P. for explanatory pamphlet. 61 ty ciousness in bestowing a "free gift," Ate Kinney, Ky.J 1J. W. Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky. amounting to ;,:IW,0U1 face value. ' nvPCJ voiiltionlviii.iiio.voit tin: oii:ii. Tills 'thuyutv "nilliiiKly ifciionuit of," that "Cliriwt .It'rtiiH In-- LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. o. i iiossi-issioi- to-da- d joito. j - 1,700-pouu- T. R. WALTON MAN SOMERSET STREETS STA1TPORD, KElTTTTaK Sr. - d Xtin-nelle- l.iLT-poun- d j 1 wi-i- l.tW-poun- d ,,! n. i ' -K j .. i car-loa- d i ill-- onr Bern-nil- , -' occa-clou- court-hous- e; s six-wee- I j Dil-g- er I .,..,, - SEASONABLE - gOODS. - - self-mad- e sup-fol- k - - j .". j ""ik Currants. Citron, Haisins, Figs, Conoentrated Coooaniit, Gelatine, Corn Starch, Chocolate, Bztraots, &c. . ,,..,'j, .,- Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat, Hominy, Dlaccaroni, Cheese, Dried Beef, Canned Goods Generally. Sausage Grinders, Butcher Knives, Sage, . Me-d- o ' lug-w- hen fr ', ""' ".' - Cayenne and Black Pepper. -- - AU-xnnil- school-hous- Sweet and Sour Pickles Bulk and in Bottles, Sorghum, Lim-oln- , Honey, &c. court-hous- e. j ' '". lJue-(Jra.s- s UfTPriccs. always reasonable and goods first-class.- JJ e j. T. K. Walton-- . j co-exi- Pd ! POSTED. 1 . ' ! This notice forewarns humor. fUhcrmrn anil tithir not to trupasi on our land without tier mission, at utl such will bo prosecuted to the lull. "JBlVrjUS ROUTE." ' cm extent of the law. Signed. ' THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST C1EO. D. HOPPER ROUTE T.J. HILL, I M. McROllEKTS,JR. M. S. HAUUH.MA.N, Krura I.K IIRUCK .MCAI.ISl t.K, KUltl 3,11. llAUl.ll.M..-- , S. 11 SIIA.M.M, CENTRAL KENTUCKY MRS. HKNRY ltAlTiHMAN, A M FKI.AN'D To all Points E.T PENCE KentuckyGentral R. R. GRASS peni-tentiar- v. I " ... A New I Livery, Feed and Sale Stable! FAST LINE have purchased the brick Stable on BETWEEN first-rat- e af-t- or Depot Street, Stanford, I'ormerlv occupied bv I E llriae, but more re- baso put tho Stacently by John II Carpenter ble in thorough repair and am furnishing it with feed of all kinds, a brard 1 LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. iSsW. SCIIEDUI.K IN KFKECT MAY to, No South-Houn- wpit-tin- j; . No. 4. , No6. 1.x. u, - NeV StOCk Of FirSt-ClaS- S BUggieS, I'. Sun. Daily. Surreys, &c, J N.MEM'KKE. And am prepared l acconimodatei!l who may (live ni a trial, favor me with their patronage fnf 1TE"W CO A. YABD. Is-- 1 cad-ache- s, I am Afe'eit For The il Lve l.ve l.ve Arr Arr l.ve Arr Arr Arr Arr l.ve Arr Arr Covington.... haunoutn Cynthiana ... . Paris Lexington ... Paris Winchester... Richmond.... Lancaster.... Stanford Richmond ., Herea 8 30 10 oj it 03 ii 40 3 1150 it l 15 00 05 $ 10 6 (H 3 l.eiinjjton. .0 a m 8 is p ml am 9 j5 p inj 4 a m 10 V p m a ni 10 to i 111 5 P '" 3 1' "i . a in 10 js p in 5 P mn 5 P "i p mi 8 P 8 p in p in'., p m ., ' 3" 3 2 Sun. P m V !J m " ,u P " lo P m f V " m 10 n m 40 p in i3 p in - SUPERIOR LILY COAL, And will keep It constantly on hands in my yards in Stanford. North- - Houlh. Nc. S 00 10 7$ 11 3. n in No. i No. 5. n j 1 ,m Also Limo. Sand and Ha r. Give me a (Jail. l.ve I.ivinjslon. Lve Herea Arr Richmond a in 45 LveSunfoVJ.; Lee Arr Lve Arr am . JOHN fij-t- , II. l HIGOINS, Stanford R. B. GEOGHEGAN, SUCCESSOR TO j ij n in 3 45 1 " a ml 6 jo a 111 Richmond. ... I 30 p ml 6 50 a 111 Winchester.. i 5 p m 7 40 a m ArrPans 3 5 P '" 8 tj a in Lve Lexlugton ... 3 00 p m, 7 35 a mi 3 00 p in Lve Paris 3 40 p mi 0 30 a in 3 5 P" Lve Cynthiana ... 4 06 p in 9 ofi a in 4 30 p m Lve Falmouth... . 1 51 p in 10 03 a in 5 Arr Covington. ... 6 00 p m 11 35 am 6 50 p m Lancaster.... Richmond. It 8 10 70am am 00 SPi M'MICHAEL, 511 4TH THE HATTER, AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. m m The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Stock of SPECULATION. FALL HATS, UU O.nniO nrtUA&OUnn D.OICIOUn Anda'somy own importation of Iinfjlish Hats and Cups. AneIegantlineotCar.es and Lyon's Hinve-drive- r, - BANKER Everbrouxhlto the city of I.onnville, now open including the IMI(1U n inl.., n csTrTonsJ 0 rvnio UATO world-renown- daily except Sunday. No. 31 leaves Covington at 8 30 a m, arrives at Falmouth at 10 30 a ni; Sunday only. No. 31 leaves Falmouth at 4 30 p m, arrives ut Cov ington nt 6 30 p m; Sunday only. No. 15 leaves Lexington 7 15 p m, arrives Paris 7 51 p ni. No. 8 leaves Covington 5 to p 111, arrives Falmouth 7 to p m. No 7 leaves Falmuutli at jo n m, nrrives at Cos ington at 7 50 a in. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. NOTE. Trains 1 and 4 are daily between Win- Chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other other trains are daily except ."sunuay. Direct connection is made at Winchester with Chsapeake & Ohio for Ml. Stcrliu, Ashland lliutinijlon, vnariesian, vv . a. nnu rvasiernciuc ( FnST LINK. Nos. ianU4 run via Winches. ter.Ahohd trains with rullinan Meeplng Jars. be. tween Cinrinnati and Richmond, Va., and Yin. Chester ana Washington. 5, I I On theaysville Hranch, N06. leaves Paris at 111 and No. 11, at 520, p in, arriving at Maysville at 10 jo, a m, and 740, p m. No. 10 leaves Maysv'ille at 6 00, a in, arriving at Pans at 8 to, a in. No. u leaves Maysville at 105 and arrives at Paris 11 3 35, p in. These trains are 8 30, a J - McKin-nej- Ce.ebr.ted Umbrellas always on hand. Kin. &S ' SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, A-- eud specialty. Orders out- Gloves and other Furs, sldeof city solicited, perfect satisfaction guaran- teed. Don't tail toorJcr a NOHI1Y HAT. U tyr AWJLWT" MTWxti& Traveling Pass'g'r Act., Ucii'l Pass'g'rAijt., OonOfflcoa. CovlngTton, Kentucky. Xh" ' Lexington, ky. Covington, Ky. H.K HUNTINO'ipN, Generaltanager. S" A f wr tr 1 J - Semi-Week- ly lNTERioRjouRNALrzE;:fr-;z- t Thu Knights of Ij.hor oxpsllcd Har- ry and enloised l'owderly's udministm-tion- . aro opposed to giving him more than Iio eNperieuccd a severe Californiuns is entitled to. A number of newspapers StANFOIID, Ky., NoVEMHEH 20 18SS aro printing fulsome compliments on earthrpiake Sunday, but no damage is re-- 1 aiu: thosc who roi.t.ow -Chairman Alfnrd's inaiingoinent of the potted. Mayor (irant, of New YQrk City, has Practical Econoiuy in all Tilings. late campaign in Kentucky, wluYli do not Peon, to be backed up by tlie facts. many softer berths to give nway than "I So far us we are able llnd out, tlio 8th has UiMijniiiiii Harrison, of tho t'nited Such habits and practice are largely A ki:v days ago the Courier-Journ.jUiict wns ontirely ignored anil the States. due to a knowledge of the oiitnilo world Judge s.mu, ,.mi,iMit ,.,,mes from the :!d. Tlie published mi interview witbone Dr. Sands, who attended Grant in Uueker, of Omaha, who Mated that the State Central Committee may have elect-e- il his last illness and performed the difllcult and its atlairs, gained from careful study nnd reading of Hit- bettor il!ikuif Mirnto-comtipresident bad told him before the elecHreukinridge, Carlisle nnd Kllis, but operation on Uo.scoe (.'onkling, died in Ni:usrirLiu. such ai would be knived by Hill, to Gov. McCreaiy and bis local fiinndsj New York Sunday. tion that be Hewitt and (hunt in Now York, which alone fs due bis magnificent triumph of At l'ieire, Dakota, n cne of leprosy ! would lose him that State. He further Nov. il. has (leveloj)ed in thechildofu Mrs. Hans-- ! was claimed that Senator Blackburn sum, which was born while tho mother In Worth, Merit md Kntcrprl-e- , the Ot it levelheaded democratic neighbor, was a missionary in China. present and heard tlie conversation. lvtiniilrrp fvrln!n!v tai ds at the head of . ' i . I tllllliri . t. I. i This tho Senator took occasion iinmedi the IxTuition JofitNAi., makes the point "II ...I... I! " . .iivi.ii IIlllllll fllMHI -- "i Willi IIVI'll"i' motion, tin ui its.ii. "" 'vir..f . mere can lie no crying i iw.vk.hj iu. ,a.ar Cr)i 8,0t ,lilI1M1,, whUehiintiiiK, ately to deny, though admitting that he . Hr retail fur thirty lts mil,mnil,, . had introduced Kucker to Mr. Cleve-- J emocrats to bo signing petitions to have tuj ollt01.j..g bis Uwehr cr rent, more malice. Its Information, t 'i - dititirwifiit.9 MttintikMi Irrkin nltww- in trl Vi- ,ind producing a fatal wound, ".."- mini, uueker came nacK again, reueranews and intcUigcnic Is train the imt to republicans before tie ex- dlrei-- t fr,,.n a corps of ting his formerstatement and usin some ,11'tM'l-mx ono uw,lu reliable souri-eTwuvt. Ilt.w terins.-l)anv- illo ,(jw fm,r (m. re,)0rte,i fmm verv uucomi.limentary remarks concern- - Plration of their o are glad to know jlU.klJOIlv,,lo ing'the Senator, who in a final interview vocato. Thanks. Sm(,av Unliicsvillf, F.,., representing the interests ..f ti.o ihdiy ami that our suggestion had the desired 'H rt.ports llvo IUW nl,;t,s ftlui 01Il. ,iea(h. of the iJiinuirer in ovcy charges that Uueker is a paid spy, whoi country. "ere and clsowhere. W o opposed ho sought, j failing to get tho information 1)lvi(, H0iU.Uer, whodied last weelc, A Public Benefactor beyond all comJma mnnnfiiptitrp.1 hs statement out of any onon 10 uirn out wiu lepuuiuatii iiiiiiln wimL-- imiilft mnnv miltifiiiM mit of parison, because absolutely free and inde" ""' "i', ,is celebmted bitters, bis fortune being ; whole cloth. Ho characterizes him as iimiwwH Hwvmmi pendent of all combination, hmI.h, trusty, " " "lsl l""1 ,l ,B "" ""' estimated at fi.OOO.OOO to $15,000,000. bevond the pale of gentlemanly fonsid-""- " syndicates and organizations. Can tcarh to let Capt. Uichards serve histerni, cnitioii and savs lib will take no further ! John MoLeod has been apjiointed truth and state fact of uumcasiiruble bene 1S!K). notice of the fellow, save to kick him as which does not expire till Febuiiry, tSenernl Manager of the Louisville South- - fit to the people at large he would n dog that crosses bis path. Commercial Tn k republicans are claiming whh a rii milroa.l. He was connected with The statement is given out that Uueker show of right that they will have the t" ' - ior iwriviioiwn- - from every " . , . is .tea.l irainc, and we all know Joe! n exceed In q( inm , tQ - eer. ... an- - Only I'aicr that can 1111 the place of sev. ' Illnckbnri. is not afraid of bis weight in t,,e j -J- etleron avis has written thvy M . . wild cats, so bind, Iago, bind will likely , swer to an invitation to attend he Uic h-- 1 eral, where only one can be nllbnloil. , , , , , . j ; It eoit"!$1.15 a year, yet renders n ktvIi-How in deep red, gory torrents. as niucli as necessarv by deciding con- - noni i, it., r.vposuion, iii.u ins iieauii equal to that obtained nt from two to live at present wi not permit of the jour-- 1 own favor, as they never in times that sum through other journals. The Dilger jury Iiuuk itself instead of ' proscribing tbe death penalty for Dilger, scruple in doing, no matter what the evNine persons half of them women, Economically it is tho 'hcacst, becniiM' SlA tiiiuitftiniilrkMU iitt tlifki in tint tiliitntit the I.arget and Nest. The best evidence liend who murdered two Louisville tbe , .. 4 ., 4l. hnvo boon arrtvteu in l'ulaiki, charged i .. , is coniKirisnn or trial. Get a Miiiplo cuiiv Kleyen were for a verdict of policemen. with the murder of Levi Troxfell, who free, or hand your subscription to iui death, but the 12th held out for acquit"'ysteriously disappeared the first of the agent or the (lostiuastcr. manslaughter verdict with bis 2,000 or :j,000 majority and give tal, or at most a witli a two years' sentence. This was a bis place to the Little Ued Hog on the THE DAILY EXQUIHRR. A couple of railroad gentlemen will 1 mo. n Mai. C nrnf. . pretty close call for the murderer, but flimsiest excuse. lead a handsomo widow and a pretty lit7 ril- - . .31 M) $Tf ' ' . one man is suflieient and the defense 1.3 Wi: assert with emilUlenee that not-- j tle maiden hereabouts to the marriage lall cc.l.-Ul.cuy-. ico found that man in the person of Squire withstanding the great hut rah about it, altar before the merriest season of the JOHN R. McLEAN, Publiahor, Weiscr, who now claims, although lie Gen. Harrison hasn't been elected l'resi-idrnt- .. year arrives. CIMCIMNATI, O. swore he was not against capital punishThe Cunard steamship Htruria m-- ri The electors who were chosen was really oppoed to it. ment, that be him, but veil nt New Yoifc Sunday, after one of j will in all probability vote for An indictment for perjury ought to be until thevdo ho will not be elected. They the worst passages in her history. One brought against him. Dilger will bo tried could if they wished elect somebody siilor was swept ovrboird and a iiiiui- LONDON, KENTUCKY, again Dee. 1". else, but we betray no confidence when ber badly hurt. The Adams Kxpress Co. has made CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR Tnr. president has appointed l'errv we say that we ha've a straight tip that Thoroughly Reimtatrit and Kcfuinithol. Klt.t good the loss of $I,.IX) in the transfer of Ilebnont Minister to Sp.iin and he has they will not do so. " silver dollars from New Orleans to the cl 1'arc ami Kcatoiuhle Price. Day and nijtht accepted. He will resign bis seat in Tin: Hopkinsville Daily New Kra i new treasurv vault at Washington. A TruiiKAtc met by Polite Porlet;1ol th Popular Congress and iov. McCreary will bef. Home. out and is a decided improvement in ev-- i tlir that amount was taken come chairman of the Committee on Those who and one full of shot .substituted. ery way over the Foreign AfTairs in his stead. Dclmont feared Hunter Wood have nothing to do Kdwiu T. Side, aged ol, who for has been absent a greater portion of his from tho collec-- 1 years past has traveled as an aeronaut ' been after walking the plank time and the governor has virtually tor's ollice will acknowledge their inis- -' witli Sanger's circu, at Uolyoke, Midss., chairman of that important committee of M MUM Caa IM take when they realize the work and went to the bel.idc of bis former housu- MOUSIC it, oar I'.l) MUl.n. I4- II lHml Oct blv'H. COI.UR for a year or nioie ami has made a recto getting out a seven-- ; keener in - - . worry necessary " " c'"', !L Mrs. Allen, and be- ord of which bis constituents and the i 1 ini niviiumnwfi it. i. column paper every day in the year. CfltTISO VIK cause she refu.-e- d to elope with bun he country at lar:e are proud. THE MOST Successful in Life SEW FURNITURE "V)TCi jr IBh STORE il ft m W. 1. WALTON aiPmVA t l'.l al j - n ' The Weekly Enquirer ....,. iai !..., 'j""" s ...... .... l"u 1 , ,,. i s Ad-jfm- m irt Will keep constantlyon'haKd a largo ntd celcttii.c of Furniture and Und3rtakcr,3aoods. My prices will bo a3 low as such goods can bo bought in tho cities. Give me a trial and you will be vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. COn-Weekly GEO. D. WEAREN, Carriages, i Of the Business of Mrs. J. F. WEAREN, dealer in Mang'r ' . j sSS!Bu99'es. c Surreys, Phaetons, , ' ...... Road Carts, Speeding; Carts, i Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, Log Wagons, "Mtftf.v Harness, Wa;ii Harness, Reapers, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Grain Drills, Corn Planters, i Harrows, Plows, Oultivuters, Engines, Thresbin j Machines, Olover Hullers, Saw Mills, Feed Cutters, Hor30 Powers, Hay, Grain, Seeds, Coal, &c, All p Iik!i lilt rare fully .e ti-- fromtHe Sun.taril Manul lUr..,,f il o ,. uniry JACKSON HOUSE. X .BASE OBSERVE ini ' ' :''M'ROBERTSSTAGG A JOT-t- ' - BSTRAY. LT". 7M FUiLlL ASSbMTCMMNT r ; WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. Having secured the service3 of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watch- maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the eye. rt Tntnrmil which Wnliavo received, with the compliments of Collector T. S. Hronston, Jliller's report of the collection Com-mission- er Tt &tinvm (111 PtM'nliun irate of SI LM.If.M. 174.72 for the vear, llHi. of ', Kentucky contributed more than any other State, except Illinois and New York. Col. collections in tliis district reached 1889. within a fraction of a million of dollars. Tin: chairman of the Democratic State ' ine per ceniauenicoio. collection Committee of West Virginia telegraphs. per cent, of the amount collected. t,Jt Flll1,n is ,lwUl, unvt,rmr hy a small but sure majority and that the re.A ktkii conducting tlie Louisville Dem II.I.LSI KA11.D. nas larger m.t- """niii.' ocrats for two decades ami trying in vain ,J1 - Ct- .' 'T lie ueiiiocr.its win also nave to fcell it for the last year, JMitor V. II. jont.es. ia --sSsaSg a well cit.iMuneu uu rt H.itur Munnull announces in its issue of Satur- the legislature by two majority on joint the IcAtliny iiiuiratf uewi umr in AHtfica I hi m.t lljtLaa1 fjLVna kilt lUdtttl a ..f llttfllt UaII ballot. day that he has sacrificed it to tbe Lord f tu . hat e.irnad lor it the reprr and coalWtfM all impartia reaitcr and the ninety aftliaelpublics!-- , by voluntarily suspending its x,TBU of seconding our noiiiination hn h a ud venal Iriice of it liteiary cmitentK, tion. Mr. Munnell has for several years for UOVernor in the person of Judge M. ami hon lunc h iliv Iwat and moat popular writers fl' it lor tlie pruuil of. people of ill Wialwt THE IIKUO. been doing effect ivo evangelistic work .j, Durham, the (hvciisboro Messenger range of VMlo uml iirun-SnpptemeiiU are and osrnesn single turret tunty-tno trnpritM and will hereafter devote his entire time to place tlie Hon. Jim McKenie in In diameter, hi llils turri't uro iiiouutcd frviiicutly nrovxleit and ol artutu' abtltty .pared i ' bring the l(;liel order to the saving of souls. nomination. ton ivech luiiilliig gum. Khi upon the rhantvnl pha.t". of h'm and foi of two forty-fivwork of rii tnin frxn toe pen hiatot) A has nl.vo fuur ix inch guu.-i-, on oiit(iiis, iinaiii i lean noaeii. ami one y Lapr unana of contests.whicii nowseems Ci.kvki. ixn's majority in Kentucky is tuolvo quick llrlnsr and Mvernl inaclifnc Kintr will Ik aiming thr leadilxt feature of the eckiv lor SSo guns. Tho annul plating is tolvo inolioe . the order of the dav with defeated re 2.S.0O0, or about (!,0:K) less than in publican candidates for Congress, what's The went lie r is to blame for the falling on tbe sides and foitrteun Inehu-- i on tlm Tlio illiiieiuloiisof tlioshijarc: length. ! the mutter with Day contesting Wilson's oil". 2T0 feet; beam, rS feet; ilmplaeeinetiU O.'.HV I'erYvar: seat in the 10th? Fro.n all we 11111 learn, lous. Hho has onglnes of (!,000 lion imuer. NEWS CONDENSED. which Give ber a hkihI of bclneun l!fteti ljr.(Cr., wii) a hiiflicient number of miners and rail4i..it , o. ..tVII I. il, .. uii iiuui. luv triiiiii.-- i road bauds, not entitled to vote, cast Iowa gave Harrison a pluiality of will eerry (SO tons of coal, Mliteh.at a tru llarpcr't .iualnu llarpcr't llaar their ballots for Wilson touiakothe small :i I, ti'.K!. knot Bjwcd. ill carry her over f.000 iniltf Ilarpef'a Vntlli( 1'iHipla f " majority, on which he claims his elecCleveland's plurality in Arkansas is Slio ljehaved adaiircbly iutlio rotcr.t English Frw to all urMH'riher, in the Male., naval maneuvers. tion. 1'7,'JKI. . 1'isk only got l votes in tlie Cmaditor Moko. newspaper tho Cincinnati daily entire State. Asa Sliiilstrr Airrcil Do ClntKin-iII'liu tolumea nf tliu Weclly will bct;iii will) ilie Tlie Yates precinct in Madison Enquirer has but few equals and its Tlienowivpresentativoof tho Swiss gov- - llrt niitnberfur Jinitiiiry of oach jriiir When no U ineiitloiiuil, tilMrltioii "ill hezin has no superiors in tho excel-- , ty gave 1.V: majority for tlie saleof liquor eruicout at Wnshiiigtotit Capt Alfred do lime numlicr current ut lima of receipt of order. with Clapared, Is a diplomat of long Maadlns, thr of its contents. We 'nt tlie late election, lencoand variety tlirce Ikmnd Mrs, Elizi Webster Jones, daughter liavin;; l,ccn Miiged in tlio scr iee fa ilvrllu years back ilume of lliirpcr'a Weeklylieforctit li will send it to you witli this paper for :i in imit cloth ImiiiIiiik, will n u d Vlan.ia for mail untaisp paid, or tiy exprohn free o( nxpciiM', - ot tiieitictionary man, died at linage- He twenty ear a year or you can write direct to the pubpnxiik'd the fri'iuht tlou not uaceeil ti per vol per volume. t, Conn., aged ST,. is by descent a Hu- nine fur lisiier, John H. McLean, Cincinnati, as ...... -C- leveland's majority in Louisiana is! A.I...U JJJJto K i j" diiT in thu prospectus, published indicated lillo Cilc lur ciitn viiiiiiiic. unliable fur bind f inj;. wi I bcM'nt by niiiil postpaid on rempt of $1 .",!0- 'i'lif Congressional delegation illgusbwi Iook(l)K in this issue; e.n -; stands o to I democratic. . . ,1W, 0f about 4.' 77TKeniittuncei huuM lie made by piMlnffuu mini I'ltAXK biwi.i:n, of Chicago, wlio is an Hoh iolllM.. m.,,ro. wns taken from veaw. and Is urn- ..cy order or dnift, to avoid chance of losa, .. ' r especial triend ot uov. .Mcureury, seems tIu jui, at Kt.tt.rsi,urfe Tenlli by n ntob! neatly uell fitted Neuipiipcr arc not to copy Ihik iitlttrtienicnt to repiest'iit to possess some of the governor's win-- ! ,,,, ,1UMK fop 0MtnlBl;lK a y0llI1 t.orc,,i government Hebis the exin".i orderof llnrpcr & Hntlicr. is ning ways himself. Two years ago he highly ctteenitsl by ddreIIAKI'i:K .V HltO ItlKKS, New .rk was elected to Congress by the slim ma- JIn Tennessee Cleveland's official ma- h i s countrymen, and in noted for hU jority of 1(1. This time ho goes in byjjoritv over Harrison is 1!),2M mid victory in lorH for j,overiU)r is ,782.. disk's vote nh a tli ropy, 5,000, a pretty which in wide, the erstwhile republican city by the ' SH.lSi,-(JS7.1-Ilron-ston- 's W.-- blew his brains out. W'iiii.i: Cleveland's plurality in Missou- is 'Si,tW2, David 1J. Francis' forgovern- n A NEW WAR SHIP. or is only l.'I.L'.'ll. ft is claimed that the reason for the difference lies in tlie' fact Tim Hero, lately Aililcil to tlm ltritlili I have puri hjil e 1'imli.r y rd of Mnt. ' that Francis was scotched by the saloon George t W'r.rm ,i I I l ltru e ami will iihu Xuj. Wejrri nr Itatber a iwvol buttliwbip was jeccutly .1 hi? i ard at tlietn rmi iikiImc1 ! Mr will arry men in ot. Louis and elsewhere, because S ..ml .trr.ed. I Iteute lumber as mayor be had incurred their displeas- added to tho Knglbh navy. Thu nnme of tbe a large line of win 1i miiIic., dtnir and hinclei, vi!sl fs tho "Ilt'ro.' Hlio Id built ot steel lathi, iKiiin anU thr fi. ket mi es foriiicrU I lilK b. ure by a rigid enforcement of tlie law I I, HOCK Mr. Wearen. J y ' against them. ' j Crab Urthard, Ky I LX7MBEE TAKIDI .CTsX MS -T iLILO "' 4 IDIRITO-a-IS- lPlI?TXr'TxH .1 J IliX& JEWELER, T -t Harper's i . Weekly, DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &C. l'liyKitn 1. 1 "vi st ? pi. rji. ri. in .j JlirHJtntl-'&?& mgF&z&z' Si . C i i.rmly c tn(HMi(i.cl ;wz . fW e 4111 I - THE LAIICEST STOCK OF WATCHES, ' fi-u- t 1 j br CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Kver brought to ihi markn m-- , Priie lonrr than the Inwe.t. Watihe, L' k arid Jrwclr) Ite. paired jn )i rt nti. e mil v arrant,'. 1SS-I- tur-nj- t. Harper's Periodicals NEW A CARD TO I NEW! NEW, -- m ) (ll-- . coun-weekl- y -- -- j i 7 f- 1 1. Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in tho house formerly occupied by Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s Bakery, Restaurant and California Fruit Store. Thoy will keep constantly on hand everything in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, 0ake3 and tho Best of Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals servod at any hour. li rIMME Respectfully, THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. ? 11 FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE It. ZIMMER, w -- n-- Wholesale and Rotail. j ) j Toy-ov- er good-size- d 1 1 11 60FFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. miim if js ,;,.., lake. Tin: newspapers are giving themselves great concern over the future career of Orover Cleveland, as if lie was not lurge enough mid wise enough to take care off himself. Tho latest settlement of his case gives him the presidency of tho llal-timoro and Ohio railroad, which of course is tt.o merest uosu. 1 j The Hailroad Commission lias coniple- j ted its assessment and theirreport shows 11.111 llllUIHUCS. that there aro in Kentucky '2,'.)7l miles Hnrrison has written a letter to a put a valuation of j of road, upon which it l!).Kii:i ''&". nn increase of over four mil-- ! Southern merchant in reply to ono from lions over last year in assessment and nn ,,im thnt ho appreciates tho gnivity of the situation, and adds: "I do most sin increase of 400 in mileage. cerely desire to promote tho general good years u democrat of our whole people, without reference Fou the first tiinoiu is elected to a .Statu ollice in Iowa. Pay, to Stato lines, and I shall be glad to have of democrat, in a voto of I00,0'.)0beat his re- the friendly advice and publican competitor for railroad com- the and conservative people in all tho States." missioner a little over ."iOJ. l7"-r,'',rai11 111 law-abidin- g In tho Vermont House of Uepresen- tatives tlio bill granting to women the right of sufl'rage was defealed by a vote "I 1"- - to :17. Alex Messer, one of the notorious, Hatlleld murderers, who is said to have killed '21 men, was arrested in Lincoln county, W. Va. Tlio bank at Durhain, Xi C, lias failed and all the leading inerchantsof ,ol,u OI ,l m,,,,u" """ w reaching anil elTeC' tlve. JJesides ImV' iugbrcn engaged in minister de clai-ahed- , a great number of Bw elinritles ho Is presl-Jdeof tho Aid Union of Swiss :i Euroiie. M'hen in Iierlln ho was honored by n tho dosivti of doctor of law. Ho Is alio in tho Swiss army. Cnpt. Claiared fs'a married man and tho father of Ilvo children. His family, how over, will not llvo In Washington, and hii wife will not hnvo an opjor-tunlt- y of entering Washington society during tho coming scosoa. s caj-tai- mv:-- aCaaHMKM HmC III! MtWAtBAHTt Chicaco ft'il'b- - Ma M 'jjjjgaTjr? A NEW FAST MAIL - Lcawi'K llulh LOUISVILLE & to CINOINNATII 1 Dally, Seciire ravekn, Kver attemuUd lietueen the teat commer lal cilie on the Ohio Kiver and Chicago, and hence the faitett time and molt comfortable tratni between all points ill the South, or to the Wet and Northweit. The counterpart of thi train on all trunk line il denominated The Limited Kxpren. patron 'I he tupcrb rolling atoclf we employ tfle Pari Unlimited Comfort. TAt all Coupon Ticket Odicci In the South How was that for rapid trausiti Dotroit you will find our time tabl'H.iiid ticket. Say Mo. Fro PreiJ. nun, get Monon and ttick to Motion, il you want to uve money and have a plea.int Jotunry. 1J. O. MiCOKMICK, Neitr tlm Coul, General 1'a.NCticer Asent. Clucaso. Edith Is your ltcr engaged yetP City Ticket Aeentiand tlllif era: .ilaud Xo; hut bhe's got a situation I. M, UutKNF.H. m ith Ate l.otiltville. Ky Cintltin.itl, Ohio K. A.TuitKtNCK, ii) Vim llecord. typo writer,--Philadelp- 3Iuklni; u OiiIcW Tilj. Tho following conversation took place in Detroit ono day: "I would rather llvo In I'aria than any other city in tho world." "Why don't you go to Paris, thenH "No money. If I had fci.000 I would bo hi THE MOST RAPID ROUTE "WAIiIi TA.T2SB, and FU'IIHIT'D'HIS. COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. i) w v Semi-Week- ly Interior journal , Btankoud, Ky NovcMitKii 1HS8 l. c.walton, nut. ManuRor Published Kvory Tuoadiiy and Friday I Tin: ropiibliciiii blow-ou- t lioro wim'tit a niniiillcunl ullhir by any inciiiw, but it '1'iiiu ir. 17,000 cootl ouiw for miIo. II. v;iM tiiitc creditably, and in tbu leant (!, lViinlntoii. ' Tho iniinipjr oll'uunivclv. cowhidci,, HniM Hand miule iiiuhic iuu Csi:v Knvv Fltilcy mui majority, but j fearful and woinleiful iiiiimikt and hwul- It iH said it post him' over $1,:500. 'eil the torch-Unlpioci'SMion, wbieb pa- Tn r K.C. fiihttmln will hi tnkon oil m.lwl tlm principal structs yullln like from Kicliinoiul In; re next Sunday. niadnieii. The white riitl.s wie eoiiKpie- .fcn S I I Lnri.ii Solliu WultoiH tonight. XKW AUVKIITISKMKXTS. BRYANT & STRATTON Business College m SLAUGHTER hii HOUSE! Hook Kerplutf, Short Jlnttil, Telegraph), Ae UXIa for Vmalouue alul full Information. laVJUBOVILiLiCif I'V ... - it ' Having hmlt a now SUihtcr limine ntmiit.li exrMMiie, i desire to inform the public tli.it I .u.i mid 'i.utlp Work, fully pit iriJ hi Imtclirr t nit mitt! to me will lists my pergonal Hiid ilio.e liavim aiitniHlk ir k. may trlt imuri.il pruniitU done ti at thf wurlt ..ill tie neatly M r KLKIN, Siaiifnrtl, Ivy i Itmford PIMM MlLLCti Flooring, Sidings, Ceiling, Finishing Lniiihcr? $UlUt rVhen v VIOyVU, IN AJDVA-XCJC- ' are just received at the "Model (Jro Mil. Miki: Ki.kin haw e i eery. not so paid V2.QO will be chariit;d.fctt K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. I 'id mini Icae Rowland nl ()! riuru at 6 m unit 1,40 p in mil ; L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. at an uxpuiiw; of several hundred dollarn lltted up asjileu- did sltuitfhter-howami in another col- tiiiin oiler hi services to the public. am Such an establishment was badly needed here and Mr. Klkln deserves to be liber- idly patronied for Mipplyin the want. A it iit.1,1 ix.ii,, il.ii worse for that. lrik iliilr.lll Mih'S I'eyton, unifier of eureiiionicH, the wlictvforonf Hurt and he replied: "lie- - SA3L,22 OP HONIS. ' disc n ii fium lliirindsliuri; says .u ji pm Mll Itwingolne N'irlh huii i h Jipm iin iinmehso eaulo swooped down the V'.inrn train " femiui J"' "' "117 mn i nt 1. it ilnv Mini iirrluil iilTn ILVimtiiiil liner '! ' ' . " Nwith . "'.' -- 5jom bolonjjinj: to Uichard Tlmmns. That's a Ucat I'lelghl N'oiil , . ... ' SsHllll , . . ......V I I r j iircuy himjii 'I he latter triirw ulscurry line, 11111 wiiuu 1 fcc above Uealtuliltd uii ilamtmd time. Satan that a Madl'-ocounty eatdo lecently lime in shout o minutes tatter. How away just as omy with a Little Ked , IIou' from Laurel county, weighing UK) MEANS BUSINESS pounds, the tory does not seem so ini- Watciiiw and jiw.lrv ivpaiied and ' probable. "" 1 . ps-ettj;- 1.1 n wHrrnue... 1 (ioxK (iUMMI!mMi.isIu.i,h,)(Ml,toll IilKbeM phuv to buy driijw, pate itj medicines and toilet articles is at A. U. " wiiu iiiix .viorujii .win his win, who wiis the Widow Mciiofec. and who-- e Pennv's. ........ -- ..!.,.,. I 1...1 ,1 tsl litl.liklu i ttitit itntl liiimii tfitu 1'itrrvill paper, poiirlls nml school supplies of all nyriaid tt sepanite roeently, and that he kiwis irom a. is. oimy. and his child bv hMIrst wife have taken ! Kiiamnteo all watehen and every Creelv's advice mid fjotie West. The of jewelry I ndl l. 1m- - just ns ivpio. piohlbltionisis ouu'ht to pass lesolutionsj Uted. A. It. I'ennv. k ' of ivetvt over the loss of m estimable a mumbor trom their midst. PcRSOMAL POINTS. ; . t lift.. a. u. . nj. 1 !! MIIM I bi a cowards, that'H jt. .fter'tlie,v hud inaivhed and hallooed (.m.iiiih and uVed all the powder they ) , nn. ,mviN, tin. nwil repalted to t,(. couit-hoiiH-- , whom that beautiful Hi.ocimcn of uialovolence and miserable oratory, lien, Fry, was to hold forth, I Ills n intioduced by tho colored brother, Milus I'eyton, in a veiy creditable speech and then the old fellow let himself loose. The ciowd was in a humor to applaud and did on any, and frequently without, occasion. For instance, when the clepint speaker said, "The dcmociatH accuse me of waiving the bloody shirt. I hurl the accusation back in their teeth," the house fairly shook with applause. "I've not more seme Hum Milt. Durmmi and Jim McCreary put toother" fairly set the audience wild and it wi live min- ' ,1,,,! ,'l',"",, ' "ase.l to halloo ami stamp 11 ,.,. they ine too ON WIONDAY, iDEC. il' M boniN el 8.i-t- I.efiri' puialjlc amiu.ilW Sotildiugs, ISrnekels, Scroll Frames, Snsli., 3, '08, Doors, Hlintls, Veranda Work, Etc. t'lt; irt llmnc door in Si.infor.l Ky nt we will t.rtir at public .! f i,n ul ttitil A. C. SINE, SuperinlendcnU f LiiK.iln ciiutity l.uarin pur mill, inter- 1 11 Wk, 0 ' I.. Ii r W' II. K VAUXON. CDOI'KK 'Cuin'tar CAKI'h.VI'KK.j PUBIiXC I SALE ii t t ' will ell to the highest Litlder Friday, November 30, '88, ..Id, j ciirold hllic in To.il Mart, t fumil) llorte, Coun and 3 Calves, i vrar , , Sou and if sho.it, a 2 horse linv; Sprmit W'anii, lluckboard, I arming I m pleun-m- t Uurrow I'lown, Ilurnckj, llomcliokl .Hid KitLhen hurnitiire, Ht tl, Chairs, &i All Miuof JioaiKi nn.ltr, ah in hand ; I'cnn over that uiionut, a credit ( 6 months with ft per ent Intercut fruin d.ile i jt JONATHAN OW.Sl.1 llr-fir1 1 W.ig-ons1 -' A.1T3D- Hit; tollonini! property, One Mule j cnr. l.y jack, I family vm I com I land ltt 1 11 1 1 1 1 mQ" Wlls vociferously, tiKiied Commiuioner will on tiwl tnuiulttiously itpplauded, 5, 1888, wllil1' ,l Kiinple reference to the taritlcre- At the late reitlcnc of J J. Nevtljnd, on the1 atcd such an outburst that what the prcmiaea in Lincoln county, K., expire to sale puhlit. outcry to the spettkor iuulutteiiipteil tosay was drown- - at the follmvinK order. liljhunt and bent l.ulder, .11 W. (i. Wkij 11 is jittiuHiiK niiirt It is seldom that a eumpany so well' t.,j the sea of deafening uproar. Final-a- t Col 1. Ia)t No 1, conUming i;i Aires, j Kood and uniloiswl by the picas and public comes! y r.,u.r Harrison (iivens, who couldn't Iiondon. i j l'oln. - to Stanfonl as the one tlmt will hold theUlim,j ;t ,U1V Mil. .Ions Y. Mhih Is down withase. l.o Uo t, containing in Acres; 0nnor, i;ot up and said that iirtl u. Wus ylad tti see the splendid effort of ) Ixit No j, containing tij Acres; vere attack 01 rheitmatNui. bsmh at tho tipem Hou-- e Miss.Ikvmi; IIvmmomi, of lidWill, has our people oiiu'ht to show their appreci-- ' (in, Ttys highly iiiprecintil, but he 4 tat N'e. 4, conUinliitT uii Acres and so Pole., Lot No. j, containing tioK Acres; ' atlon by flllitiK the huildinir. Nellie 5 tl Wun visiting Mrs. Douglas Iiuitj. the hearers "would have more rea- - 0 Let No 0, containing 40' Acres, lesi Atrcs , is the cutest little creature iiitninti- - HO j thuir apjlau-- e and not bestow it Mr. Wm.U wi.ix. and hls)ridesiient1t,rs in I its in, ahoic hie and she is adminvbly niipported. Ue- - t points where it was not needed. This will fter sold n a whsile, and if t1escnlxd, the t.ind Kunday with Mi. Mattie Nwlus. be it brings mort , lw ecured at MclJob-H(Mm.what of a' iiiutinn ellcct, but thHt "ay, the bidder will he declared the purchns- Pillion, of Cmb tlivlmnb wrvwl Miitw cr, otherwise the highest l.iddtrs on the ctcr.il iVi, continued to come at inter- - lots will be dtclared piirchateM, is rWlih;; her sister, Mrs. W. M. UT.ry "rt" Slum's at the iisunl prhv. Ujrr.ird coun The whnle trait is in vtils without regard to what Frv was l.o, r 1'riathcrMillc, Lincoln and an. and m I)iiihUhI i.urth by Ilittclu-r.uyoutV II Andersoii und I. AC O. turnpike, cast l) Kw,KiKST.('linrIfy savi,K for K. n.,,,,,,!,.,. of jlis t'wo .hixxii:, the voting-s- i child of Mr. nml ll.irl.er, Wm I'ains mid John Andertin st.i.th P Mi-- s the t,rei. h(Jirj of ,iri.MJIm, ,u M,,.iCM S V turnpike V I', (.runes and II Y Holib-.'- ' .Miu,.l. W. Imiinmon, Isnt tho point of oMw, nl ' .lmightiTor.Mr.(J. A. ISwiedict, elnjwtl ' ,WR1IWU, Somo mnK umt.Mnts aI, heirs, t.l hy Mhm Aliderann s lands, .Hid ton ilmitli. tains 1110 Acres, a Knods and j I'oles Kv. j crcs ! bode Sunday nitflit I'ht land in splendid state nt Mas, UpNimtrr Simloivo nnd Miss C). wWhiiK wns ImliilKitl in and at a rea-rf- l, miprovnl, isand .1this is a splendid cultivation, ucil '" ierhw by this time hiisJmudj Mmill)U. hoMrf llI1(1 wltl0llt accident or ibian a ;iM.d farm Hit loomed Inopportunity to' a good neigh oMAtallun. w of Col. T. I ' uoihoml, near thurches and schools, unci is homi employed and wife, llmcherhtw . j(,llU,ltilll, t.()M.(i. IUU. tied bi two iroihl turnmke There are eood dnel Mr- win. had no that linN and nut buildings on lots and 5 'I he ntje t 0f lla.tlln county. u' Miu K ut j of the sale is to satisfy the mdehteaiiess of J J - immw oc-- 1 ' l"MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Ims Ihitii vMiIiik Mi". ' !' row. Ht Mn-- Wl,w " nms "'WB" j Newlmid, detd, of 17,000, and th costs of the ac- n ii,v i,i vs.Mie. s minimi .fun iu ctiKiiiim ti nit uiiiii, ne Kinney. I Tkkm stiles will be on .1 credit .f Mii l.illie Honk, daughter of I.. T, months, bondshe with security madepurclium price,A ii,,..... h, il... .i.iii.u.r,4 henrt. which was for Mii S.iuii i IttVM. win. Ihik liiiiin visit I lotik, and Mr. William payable loarinu imerost from Uuwliu, of In- date, and to Commissioner, hen will Ik required of also Kourcd by i.iKhor umJe, S,Mrs lldwr, in Oimy, toeiiliuhmUJ iuher horominpa hride at diana, were married at Mr. Honk's (i M llW the purchasers. n'1 ' "' ' u,'",t,r Hn e"- .Sumnhvj-- . nitimiotl il M at Mrodhead on ThtirH.lay laut. ' HtV the younic ntn hwoimv a l?cneli.t, , Al ll it. v - imi..r.' .f il... I..1V..1... . tM t . .11 .iir. .1. 1... . .iifi inr.' 111 mm nun,.,' nun i . u" " , , , the liilunpl of EXECUTOR'S SALE M, f , R "ro.ii.ou.1, b ttatM,n.ryfhtinlfly. 11 us appreciation 01 tins suoiime 011 01 I'ursuant to a judgment rendered at the Octo oratory. "I've been widower font tier term, issvi.i the Lintoln Circuit Court in the J Newlaiid's iidminisirattir, rlc , attion nl ' " " 'l Stanfonl j j .cnnu neirs unci crcuiir.r. till' tinner ''" ti"'. if l,l,1.v '""s-'l- to '" "mrr.v Mens and Women's Bro- mmr gans Kip, Calf 1, ' v Wednesday, Dee. We are sole Agents for the Well - Known WilTER-PROOF Bueli's BOOTS. t, j RUBBER-LINE- D. Wnl-jliojie- Mi-sIhu- ak , - ' t. ,, 111 , lls, ,. nt-a- ' uts f" 1'I In-e- ii Mis, ll"l. .lt mt 1 BRUCE&MeROBERTS. ff o BFPM1Y, M ERCH ANT TAI LOR ViVO L Is Receiving His I ""","'' iesi-don- eo-.- isu, CLl't FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Give him a Trial' U.nlder,hcvln .1. FINS LANDS AKS CI?? MKM1 ! ! .lay to puirliiKO iron mantel anil, yljH-- r HiK-kerV vKl. r,, rB Viw.vm f flvtiirw for IiIm new Iioiimj. toe-che- w mid .lohn'ltoll- lH!t H,ll NVw.-oiiihav,aj,t rtinlet'tiM'eilnerand Mim lAMtTTK SnvRiuMB, ii iwllto onii u mH.r tuj.Ii Mir. went to Frith' ing uhtaiiied the eonsent ot Mi-r- alie l'h l!i,,s .'e. d I. n.l'.b' ' Kxriulor iM lour, n I an .tter, K , mil .ira,..yiroiii..miio.iliiiiu.iurii.iiuuro.i. b(ort. tn.lhe.l at a lnl hour and D.'iinv. ilmiL'liU'r of Mr. A. it. Dmiiiv. of (orfthe.ourt-ho.sitJwwoio mwsX-- i of Mis. Job .ear. ,,,111 m,,,,,, Kohett-- s tho elerk, faun tiarntul, to heeome Iua wife, he "will d , . e , ill it lb.luiiMvi.Rsiiiiiiiiiiiiniiuitn. r w" , IkimllsZ. l!py"as l. Goods "Warranted and aPerfect lit Guaranteed, 01 hehnndKiinel'retiidoiitoftheKirs , Max, FHilny Xational IMuk, Mr. J. S. has -T- NEW STORE I We Have ODenod a new Stock of join the noble annv of Henedict.s on the of (iitv. Hiuim.kt. fomiander-lii-ehie- f iii.ht tlothen. when truth men hegan to' L'Tth. Like in matters of htihine, Mr. the lUutd and I'.iiUt Ilriiw.l.', wns hre iiMsleisavrtito lurtKi-- at him with kiiivi, Ilot'kvr shows f.ceediiif, yood Stnl,iy, wrarittK mi sjMftant w- -t of his rlotliin but doing no fmther ment and in the seleetion of a wife, I'OlllUlMIIIII"'. II ietreate.1 into the atoivand for diiuiHKU. l)cnn i not only a very pretty tiov. MdJmuii'H 1'itMiMitioii will Hkn- - eetlimt hia otwnfd lire on Ids vonm.' latlv. bin one of rare uttraetive- ' lylKiof ..niMderable whaiititgp to our B,,intif. flmotliiK thnniKli nei of eharaeter ami dUpoMtion. townsunao. V. l Vnrnoii. who hopes to ,s i)(,ly and Itoliert. In the ley.' Now-- ! ; r--i to the rlurkihii ot tiieeomiiim. . nnh WHS tiiv,. , ,,hl Rmnm, but it it, DEATH'S DOINGS. iTiriiuportwltimt ir. M. i.iiiikbihi tliouuht that he will die. UoberUs ad- Of valular of the heart, with will gSvu ti thi? iii.iiiniceinun: of tho .in- - IllitJI tml ,IH lUj N,1um, xv,.ru t blame whii'h he liml I iff ulllifl.Hl fur ome ..In JiidCo.ntlthatMr..l.OttinheiinI.,brt did no more ,ui ti,rtt erwlll ratimi and tkv lutipuof itaintoi- - UllU1 my oth,.r uwn ui ni.rV4MTO,i u,Vp time, JI1U WJI. II MtlllMI.V lliH'KRII "ti' done. It swills tlmt the latter had ktioek- f UlK'rty, wl"to,ldotvn a relative of Nfweomh Mime dietl suddenly Saturdav inoruiii!:. rijed MttstliavMK Stoxk, ";. le walked down town the dny be-- j was piMH)t tiiist up keat our ralohrutioii nw ,AKi)) Klu ;, wtte( for ,ju, ,,ur,l(W0 0f fore ami on the day of his death ate a in 18H1, was on hand Friday night tl.U tlwt the mhlniaslit attaek ' huaity hrwikfust niiil walked about the 1.. the nul !. I.Unvititr out. but ll didn't .... flur letiirniii"; to tho iosmj he jam mirak im In hratf of. Cikiition. n the authority of n 'fomplained of .1 cold sensation, wliieh sMitlriiMii, u ho t'hiiuied that he knew) jtuon developed into a ehill. He told his CITY AND VICINITY. the facts. W lillbllshetl ill OUr Tuesday's' ilniiliters. .MiiwMW liu'in nml .limine. Tiik l A N p.J tntin will lu hoivthis j,,,, ()f llst Wt,0j a tteinent with re- - tti,0 mv the onlv persons at the house iiMirnin gard I) 'ho nnipiitntion of the arm of Mr. nt the time, that he was Kolnjr to die and Dr. Ueoro Ilunn, asked them to send for some of the T.i ui-- fc Sewinu Machine Needles at II. Allen Uilmotp, by width he assures 11a is ineorieet in near-- neiyhbotrs. This was tlone, but almost . K. Weitren's. ly oveiy pnrtieiilar. llaviny; no person-- before any arrived death hail claimed the Foil .Si.i;-'- J iiittiiue ItetUteads ami a al aeipmlnt'inee with tho doctor, we, of victory. He was one of the old mattiess. Apply al this olflce. were animated by niihotile spir-- . marks here, and his ileinbe is another towanls him, and very cheerfully ivo1 leminder of how fast they arc passing 1'ii us ihsTUitH in bulk or can and 'l away, tiuee navini; jrono huyontl the uv- nisstaieiueiii, suosiaiuiaiun ny it, .1. celery always on hiiml at iininur's Vanarsdalc, who ,uij present, and as- - or this fall. Mr. Mocker was for years a rainy spell continues, histed in the operation. Jlr. (iihnore's1 member of the Christina Church and Tiik creatine, colds and further dipnndeiicy. arm had sloughed oil" nearly to the hhoul- mw scrupulously honest and exact in his tier when he was called. He told theold dealings with ids fellowman. lie was at to W. 11. Ih nn, who was nveutly jjentlemnn, who was ', inMead of lit)! one time pietty well oil', but xoin secur- tho Asylum at Anchorage, has eseapeil ye.trs of age, as reported, that the only jty nnd makinj,' bad debts while in tho to Indiana and writes to his father to chance for his life lay in the amputation ineicantilo business lieie, reduced his send him money to no into business. Ho of Ids arm, though he feared that would fortune considerably. With a life instil-no- t said before lie was sent theie that he sivo hint. Mr. lilhnoro leudily con-- ' mice poliov of $ViO() '" tho .Ktna, his es- wou... protit by ...e experience of Tom wntHl t() tlR, , intIon linil 1)S w, nnx ,.(tu j, ha $Qm l() $l.,m woth . Ihtfoj.l, who went to. that State and oxmitim, mt h ()f whM ,0 t)u. Uvo ,,a ,,. (8 (m 1St not be brought Wk, and the next aJJ u Iiglcni, whh hlmi m w Mo (w . e,e time ho Rot out he 0., Id go t Mm umk(). w a of is n good deal of luithod in Dunn's mad ialltieuceof chloroform, he was soon so jvo j (ie vPst, having ree'ivetl tho liens. LiTKii. Yesterday's Louisville p. tlceply under its eilocts that lie ceased to lnrger portions of their shares from him. pers contained the news that Dunn had breathe. The usual restoratives werore - Though a man of veiy high prejudices, been placed hi jail there for . practicing tiniiinil iiiii iiivj invi ....l t.t.tti.l pi .11111 iiiw. tint jilitnt'nu .. ...1 ..,.,-.-. . ..,.,! in H.III...HUI.1I.Oll .svt.s..!t. . i Ml 11 it' nici ill I'Miii nil. . bis old game of passhy worthless checks. f)im mwy wth hQ mne ww IU,V0llhckw o( kimllv TunCriss Cioss Comedv, which up 'result. The arm was then taken oil ami natuie, with many warm impulses, as ,.. t . .t.l.l .. j..,..., .f i..- ........ (.ttrlflllir (lilt trio fllr. his intimates cheei fully testifj', ami .cars at iir.,, iiutwu wnuouB wpuni 11.....A iwu....,ii .tr.tt v. ll... lui.l.t .,...... it was removed. The patient was all the which the writer, for whom ho always jdayedtwonightHtheronndtheNewssaysl was the best comedy com-- while uiifoiiieious ami not until theskin had n jocular word, bears evidence. May 'altogether, it up am ne icei any pain the sod rest lightly over him. Tho rel!anv that has visited rutin for a long was Deingseweti ho would not then but for tho fear mains were intoned by tho side of his time." The Kent.ickiiin says "The au- and wife and sou in BuUnlo Cemetery .Sundiences were deliglited ami tho verdict of keeping him longer under tho of tho drug. The doctor says tho day afternoon, after appropriate remarks that it ranks higlinmong was unanimous in the by Killers Ballon and Gibson. tho best theatiical troupes on the road, wholo operation was performed of the term latest and most approved methods of and one that in oveiy sense A snow storm is raying in l'ouusjl-vanilack of vigives 'clean; performances. Kach mem- surgerj', and that but for tho tho wound from ber of the troupe wu well up in his and tality, which prevented middle-age- d James I.emarie, a her respective roles, Lovely Nellie Wal- healing, It would linvo saved tho patient. suicided in Massachusetts, afman, of ters wassupeib in her rendition of Hob- Ah it was it prolonged his life, instead writing this note: "It irf utterly Hantani, Katrina, tho l'retel Girl, causing his death, as stated. Dr. Ilunn ter by no 0110 wiong to hold that suicide is, necessariand Flossy Weaver. She has a splendid stands high in his profession and fully recom- acipiainted with him would beliovo him ly, evidence of insanity. My mind was support, and wo can cheei not in accordance with never clearer nor calmer than now. I mend her company as a most destirviim guilty of an act am simply tiled. I want to quit." teaching of it. the one to all theatre goers." his bed. liin jndu-enttitu-- te . WIU' ' lie went to the dour in MONDAY, NOV. 26, 1888, f.llonitli; re I m'I to thi h.ghe.t hid Icr, tin late. I irt es ' .Mi-t- s ni-t- ;e-- 1 NfWt-oinlu-len- - iri.i it.i.sist oi a inr and a ln'f house harn, l acics in orchard, hecoiul .k house t -- a.; Hjiinjf I .mca-ie- r, A FARM OF 136 ACRES, (J Goods, Notions A Farm Containing 140 Acres, Imp I'hiru Uiif tract m iho atxn c neintntf, imoln iuunt, ml tnlcra- l Shoes, Hats, Which We Cordially invito the public to call and Examine. Every- - I di.-eti'--e H!ulnl",fM.c"ulcr-0'ui.lo.'tr,.Herns erf lli,, 11 -- lsi V the Ii.Hosmiik retil ustaiv in the tovtn K . I irst One tnmg is now, ! 1 SSSSSSS SOT K PIECE (Coins fr.nt!ii.r m Ru hniMid str.t, hark of M ui,il hy I. V Huberts llrui: Store, mm lurd-o- ne store room oid. mi i hoimi. i.u.n fronting on the puhhr square, adjoining Pl.ll It, noiv I i.tflei.1.1.1 A I A I hnmpson h) Son, as a jrroter) store a mi- I nis salt, win nc m.mr wuiioiu ho I'hilhps devd rvtted 1.) the isdl of I lilies are wrf.ct possession w.ll Ii 21 -- .. on isi store-ns- . in J hii 180, of nil the property t.ssept the iir ur. whose uave huM.ot o.L.ipiodhSi.tHai. fspirett. n pr.prrty I kkws iu ue oiu on int. i low iiif terms One h.ilf ciith the liilatice on .1 Crt'Ull OI UUU UUU IWU St.i.r fS.l.l. IIISlt..llllSll.H iK.trini; lnicrc-- t jt the rnte off. per tent from d.i of sale it lien r.'t lined Address, II '1 Noel,1 1 1 y .irns-I.isere, 1 . OF OLD GOODS e, , " t And every thiuff ha3 been selected with great care, the senior mem-frama . . . na n An-,mrr- . UV1 a 31A jicuia UAJICl ICUVb lvo U. UI uuuuu nn hlinn. UUlt U UU au IIHU euuuuuf, Ts?m n rln ors strifes The patronage of persons with cash and UlbOrUIllIUlllUU cVllU Tirofit those who pay prcmotlv on Jan. 1st and July 1st is especially .-:- --- j fJocivnrl UcairCU ' Asking a share of your patrouago, we are Respectfully, ,' I imc.iHicr, K So 1 ji J AS M I'll 1 MI'S, K'r. land-couts- e, sale As Administrator uf tin' estate t.( II 0111 is C Kh'i insoii, dci d, I ill otter for sale t the highest hiddur oil SEVERANCE & SON. QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE (Cincinnati, New Orleans LIMITED EXPRESS t. -' mis-.rabl- Saturday, Nov. 34, 1888, AthWI.ye residciue In Lincoln ioimt, 4 miles from Stanfoid and b miles from Danvi le, on the Stanford and Danville turnpike, the follow m personal propertj, vi lhom.it ll.iv Kake.MLCorm.ick Mower. Clunmimi Corn I'lanter. MiCormacV. Hinder. Aa Farm Marrow, Maker Wheat Drill, kal.iui.ioo Harrow, Wjjron, two 1 horse 1'luws, t sets of Doul.le .. I rees, set of Waifon Harness, let of I'low Mar-sius open IliiBKy. ItiiCC) null '1 011 set of llm;gy ll.irnes, llutftEV Pole coiiiplctc Oram (.'rattle. 1 Douhle Miovfl 'lows, Cary I'lou, lot tit Hoots for Horses larte tut of threshed Oats a larue amount of t orn 111 the hot k, shirks of J odder some fat Mogs a Uil of fit Shouts 2 okeof work Cuttle, a fat Steer, s Milk Cons, 8 Calves, tliiiruiigli-hre- d II11II, 1st icks Hay near jdke pairof Inlen'st in a ood work Mules une-thirTlireshniK M .chine one Kami V nnd Work Mare, I.) (Sill'k Vetjiotit one llrood Mare, by St KI1110 nnd hred tn Cet.il Hro's. C K Clay 0110 llrood M ire hyOarrard Chief, dam of Marv C.irrit.k it h record of a 1 10 ait, also hred tn C l", CI.I) Siicklmi; Colt hv (aml.clt.t imt out of uSt Khno inure, the mnre hemir hy olt. i Ulmn makes it a sen sin enor hred Li.lt 1 limit, olt. 1 earlinir fit young hay horso ly li Vermont ll.imhh'ioiimii & Texas Pacific Railway.) NDSOltil OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. ' M-n- t "'-- KAVOIUTK MNK IlKI'Wn X 1HK NOR'I H TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, IN a, 1 It-re- 1 ,, 1 ' 1 HOURS. Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. , m TU1CTKXASSUORT J.1NK- - ni -- CONDENSED TIME TABLE, EFFECT IN SEP. 10,1833. TRAINm SOUTH. No. 1. I Nj. j. Dailv. Kx. Sun.l Il.lil). . ski 111111 111111 j,,,. sal 11 ' No 1. TRAINh 6. NlRTir No. "4. I , No 7, - Daily . 1 1 817am 403pm boopm 935pm there and sjtiam J47pni 10 nm aoout ir,V hands I1I4I1 works tell - m no. gentle, hrotiu rarlmn colt anroiher 01 set) os p m heinjr nlopm 7 ij p m C'urrick that trotted a I jo gait while " trained hy Mr Kuu, of Danville just heforc she 440pm 810pm wash .rott III 180S. 'she is er speeil) fur a .... 8 37 pm 11 3a mare of her .i;e .11 trnniii;, and tin. .olt shows 11 u pm 8.Tpiii 01 a m 1 .Mil-r- Tim 1 1 1 111 1 inllu-onc- o n line open y.ili (.ml if pro pcrl tlotiat mukc .1 spettly horse handled will no TWO FINE STALLIONS, Vermont Hamblotonlan, 1 " uiopm, 8,gpin ii6am 30a in iiiim o"ionni u 03 a in loop 1 100pm a. to Jeremiah, record i:al Konny Wilkos, heniitiful hay, well developed 411 il formed. For description and tdii;ice of these horses, address the ititdrrtiKned I'muia. All, sums of $10 and andcr cush in hand. All sumsover $10 u irctlit nt 4 months time will Ih) itlvcn All Hirti not paying the casli will be required to eiutu ntlw v.ith nppriived security no?otl.ihl and p).ihle in hank, uith r per rent, interust from dtur I' II. IDOI , idinni r tor 'I I). I.SL.I.IISII, A.1V..0111 r I'niwil ,K A well-to-d- Iji-- st homerset in. am 115pm Ojkdale s a in a ,, . in ij a m as a in nsoi.mM 6 40 p m Ar'v. Chattanooga. -- I.'ve bJopm 7 35.1 w.... 10 00 inn 85am 700 pm lve Chatlinooga.. Ar v J4jpm 7,5am . . .... ' nioMin "" . .Altalla... u p 44710. ... 100pm 949pmAr' .. u ., 3 45 p m 11 45 I' m l.'vt. Ilirriinjhain r.i Tuscaloosa oit 0111 130am Ar'x ...Mriili.in . ... I.'ve' 841am to .1 in ..,,... ry .'. .....'m..'.! 11 4 if a ni pin 115 am , si'W .. . .. . rt 311 a in 11 00 a m Ar'i. New Orleans ....I.'ve oopni Mcrldiai Ar'v . . 049 pm .. J 10 am I.'ve. t iop m Ar'v I.'ve Jaikson ouo.t ' . 400pm 11 50a in I.'ve... Viikshurt; . "" M6iiroe. . 1005am 130pm I.'ve ' " J " "' '.." Ar'v "J,"...' .f.1!""" 'it'"' Aiauii liouJuir lluffet Sleeping Cars on all trains I I UDs ...i.lh.r JOIINC UAUl.T, General Manager, J K t ARKOI.I., General Superintendent deneral Oflires. St. I'anl liinidins. West Fourth Stre-- t CiiKiun.H On. . 111 1 1 ' 1 No. 8 ' Daily. llally. Daily, Daily ' l.'vo . .Ciucinn..li ., A'rv 6 40 a in 0 4) p m in j j a nil 6 on p m 3 30 a ni 4 1- - p m Willi.imstown 5 13 a m Oeoruetown. 7 '4 a in- 1 oh p III 4 10 a m ............ 3 48 a iii( 4 t$ J4opm ioj5 oiu .:.Lekiiiioii 71011111 I. v l.oti., I.nu.S KR Ar 630.1111 7 ig p ui y oa r.i . l.v 3 uo a in, 3 30 p m v. m 'J 1050 am Ar llurtlli lliir)rit...7 .Arr a So a ni 1 17 P m 5 45 t m i 77 pm 11 17 a m l.ve nupm jS a m Danville m sjtiam ion pin 3 .. .JunilHinl.it)' j.jii nv ti 4J STATIONS. No No. J. jjjim Jve Pi' 7"am ,vn I 1 - a in a m Jim ,'pm. . 111 ... 111 . 1 ijllIA,Un. t' t At a ' I "Ti T t U Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal KING Ho Has. llrct-ntl- GEORGE AnnlriTMiry OF GREECE. succeed Cclcbrnted tho Twenty-tlft- li of Hl Helen. King (Jcorgoof Grwco lias Mintiuncod hi: Intention to.ilxlicatoasBOoncuhlsson reaches nntl tho Greeks aptho ngo of twenty-one- ; pear so willing to let him go that tlieyn.ro mukiug tun closing months of his reign tin usually splendid. Thero nro good ivasons for all thi. Kids Georgu himself is a Dane, but his wlfo, Queen Olga, Is n Russian nml a niece of the rznr and very much beloved, not only liecause thero h nil nfllnlty between Greek und Ilusslim, which h larking it to tho Dane, but bocauso sho Is a woman of rare nbility, ilety and charity. Add that her son, tho l'riuco of Sparta, Is a born Greek, nntl It Is plain why tho Hellenes idiould w.h him to hIs A applied iu Kngland to tho yellow goat's beard, which opens nt 4 und closes just before 13 o'clock. NATURAL HISTORY NOTES. ccniors local nnmo for plant Is 11 Beauty Is desired and admired bv nil. Amona tho things which may best ,bn done to eiihiiiuo Ih'uiii.v Is tho daily St'KGXSON DENTIST, K 111 ST WTslKP, Olliceon LaiKastrr ttrei, caiciI b l)r W. II !'. nny Ksot.isn sparrows julr early In tho spring and produco,8cveral brtxxls in tho courso of a year, from live to seven birds constituting Thoy nro very attentive to each brood their young until they aro ublo to euro fur themselves. say thnt the voices of American bred canaries become harsher in German birds must bo each generation. couhtantly Imported to prcsorvo a mellow HiisO-rsViin- porsounl rnm ri'Cit s note. Win POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thx powder never varies. A marvel ol purity Mrcnglh and whotesnmencss More economical than the ordinary kinds and cannot be told in competition with the multitude of low test, thcrt weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in KOVAL MAKING I'OHDKR U(l., Cam. 106 Wall Street, New York i father ns soon ni posAnd as thev sible. do not feel frvo to hurry up t In old man' death, they nro quito will lug to sco him A fow ago the pcoplo triys and vs. rt I.toK Stanford, 1 I1CKF.MAX, Kbkti'ckv, I SURGEON DENTIST, Office south tide Main, two doors above Depot St, sw mm p,& ffc. xt&&ji-n .tleSffcft . v c . J- -' r juno OEonas or aiiKiscE-n- ia talack. y court celebrated the twontyflfth of SepThere came to my farm about the middle tember 7 mountain ewes, which the owner can get of King George's accession. All elnM- - joined by paving forgfaun;; and lor this notice. heartily, anil tho wealthy OreelsS of tho W V AIIKAHAM, neighboring countries contribute! lilwrally. Crab Orchard, K). 76 tin In tho nioi uiug the king nnd crown prince rodo in stato to tho cathedral whrrw the To Deum (that is, tho hymn in tho Urwk church which corresponds to tho Catholic To Dcuin) wns pcrforineil iu tho presence of the royal 25 family and taatiy guests. At tho t wlnco tho Two miles South of Stanford on Neat's Creek king sko from the balcony to nn iinmcuso LITERARY LORE. V, CUAIG. Address me at Carlisle, Ky crowd iu tbo street, thanking tho people for their lojalty. Tho day closed with a grand Mm. Susix U. CAUTr.it, principal of tho receptlou in the throno lxwin of the palaiv of Cooiier Institute Art Schools, is preparing all tbo foreign representatives nnd dis- the uuthorired llfo of Peter Cooper. tinguished guests. Among tho rest Mr. Miss Co.ssTvwn Pitr.nr.ittcv MT. VERNON, KY. Foam, United States minister, prcMintcil n traveler uud author, gets fiV) Hotel is still maintain, congratulatory This old and telegram from I'resident a year from tho Hritish civil list. In considing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe- Cleveland. eration of lier litcrar7 merits. cial attention to the traveling public Tho l'alaco of Athens, tho royal resilience, Loiin Tkstos has had 11 new volume of is among the most btrikiug buildings in tho poems ready for seme time, which ho has .I. P NEWCOMI), Prop , S3 H. Mt. Vernon, Ky, renewed nv.d half modernized capital. It is kept back-- , expec'lng America to pass an a inagulllcent threo story dwelling of whito international copyright law. It is not known o stone, near Jlouut Lycalxettus, antl Its LOUIS SOHLEQEL, when they will bo published. aud general stylo aro those of n A eminent F.ngllsli novelist asserts that pleasing compromise between tho modern nnd the day is coming within tho lives of the tho classical or antique. One of tho interest- grandchildren of tho present generation ing fnets nbout tho Greece of today is that when tho Hiighsh speaking population of KY UICUMONU whilo the kiugilom itself contains les than tho globe will number 100,000,000, aud nil Photographs in all styles and sueJ. Pictures in threo million people, of whom nearly half under ono copyright regulation Ink, Crayon an J Water Colors. New detndia aro tho neighboring countries Kngusii oum:ils n?crt thatus a rcsultof signs iu Frames ail MUsat very low prices. coat: In nbout six million pure Greeks, nml tho proposeil new copyright luw that Enthey all look to Greeca as tho land of their glish printers and publishers will corao to C. A. BENEDICT & CO., patriotic pride. Tims Greeks (or, more this oountry It is stated as n fact that two Hellenes) who havo lived in printing Arms Iiuto decided to Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, properly, Alexaudria, Constantinople nnd Scottish their business to tho United Stales. Hmyrnn, transfer ' ether ports for several generations, still loolc ' ATt' o St. IajuIs Public Library in ono STANFORD, KY. on Hellas ns tJ:o "tho Uoiaa of tho eouI," tho month till year, "Ben Hur" wo culled for fatherland. 0 lb was, their oldest histori- b7 times; 'The Scarlet Ixtter," 41 times; Wells drilled to order and Pumpi furnished at ans (ell , 2,500 years ngo, when the Greeks "Anna Karcnina," 40 times, 'I.os Miscr-ablcsfactory prices. 30 of Gaul and Libya, Egypt and Asia Minor, ' :J7; "Ivanhoe," SI; "Vnnlty Fair." nnd the ports of tho Black sen, soko of 31; 'April Hopes," 'J8; whilo T, 25 and tS themselves collectively ns "sjioradic Hellas," represent the respectlvo culls for "Undo S. O. DAVIS, nnd wero proud of their privilego to contend Tom's Cabin," "David Copportleld" and PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, in tho Olympic games. Among thtM; Greeks "Tho Count of Monte Cnsto." of neighboring countries nro very many This "tract form" of booklot has invaded JIT. VJCU.NO., J v. wealthy merchants, who eoutributo liberally Paris. Thousands of copies of a littlo broto tho institutions of Greece, nud the result is chure entitled : "Essay on tho Incompatibilwith u Profession of Office next door to Whitehead' that Athens Is now more, fully furnished with ity ot Theater-Goin- g Drug 1tore. schools and libraries than any other eastern Christianity," have poured through tho Special attention given to dhM.j. of children j city of its sis?. It bears tho natno of Josiah 377-t- f. W. of Phtl.ulclphU, as author, who. ' It is stated, has kindly consented to tho Statue In I'urlo. M. D.f If tho nuropcan traveler and lover of translation of his work Into French. Mr. Sliakcsrearc, when ho etays over iu Paris for Leeds is a Philadelphia Comstook STANFORD, KY. Evoi.imi writers of u certain class, cither tho conventional sight fcecing, will tako a the Intentionally rudu or the isuprotucly walk down tho Ofiice on I.anctter Street, opposite Court-Iloiistupid, always make Americans say "wall" Hauss-nsa- n Boulevard W.i villi; removed to this place from Libcrtv, to for well, and "I reckon." There are parts of to whero it is pruulcc Ills profession, rails the intention of thn this great country where tho people tin say: pub lc to the fact that lie will be ready at all hours intersected by tho "I reckon," but tho pcoplo who say "wall" lay; or night to answer cnll in town or country. ' Thirty years of his life were spent in Stanford and Avenuo do Messin?, for well must bo limited to the class who his eyes will uow bo he diem it unnecessary to speak ot his ability us leave "tho States" early in life and make uphjslciap mid surgeon A share nf the pjtroi,. givcied by a, statuo Kngland their home, for thoy are wot known .ge of the people of Mjnford and vie mtv is.mked o f tho ii.unortul Hy liim. l oil this side of the ocean bartl This itntuo A niiMiUAi'UT 01 tho late Kmporor Frederof Shako spoaro, ick of Germany will bo published iu Ixmdon vhlch haulieen but tihortly. It will rolato isolely to his domestic recently erected, life, it Is believed that his widow Is the was presented to author of tho work, usher name i appended tho city of Paris to tho profacn. Tho proiltH denvtl from Mr. William by Blood Diseases are cured by the salo of tho loo!( will bo devotod to u Knighton, and is hospital for the treatment of dlre.ises of tho the persevering use of Ayer's tho woil: of Paul throat. The Pall Mull Hattl'e sujh tho work Sarsapnrilla. Pounder. As i .1 is being revised by I.ord Salisbury thowu by tho cut This mcdlcina Is nn Alterative, nnd Wovi: have had much more to un iv un onuses a radical change in tho system. of thoBtntuo givon journalism 111 this country than is generally horottithMr. Pour-1process In some cases, may not bo Tho believed. Tho llrst newspaper ever pnnwdt i o r has reprequito bo rapid as In others ; but, with in ItlitxJo Island and the llrst. in M.irylatul sented tho cct ns persistence, tho result is certain. were founded uud carried on b wuuioil hols cojnmonly Itcnd those testimonials : Tho t'rflfuf't OaztUc, which was tho llrst known to us. It "For two jeuis I suffered from a sepaper to pdblish the Declaration of vere pain Iu my right wide, anil had is von volitional. was published by Clomenlina Shakesp-rltoltLs HIIAlCIl-KARr- . other troubles caused by a torpid liver I'Atlld. Held. The third Leirspajior in Ainorica was and dybpepsi.i. Aflcr giving several iu his right hand carried on by a woman, Mrs. Cornolia Iiratl-forhnodlciiii's a fair tiinl without a euro, I nn open liook, a.:d st..:.i' upriht, r i!h tho t.iko Ajer's SuiMinuiilla. I began to On tho mantle draiitsl over hu loft was greatly bonollted by the llrist bottle, front of tho st atuo nro tho worth "William SCIENTIFIC SELECTIONS. nd after tulciiiK 'he imttles I was Tuoaldorrennui-mentoKhakespi'cif. cured.' John V. ISuiihou, 70 The tonporaturo of apaco U about Ilvo Jjiwrunce bt., Lowell, Muss. by fotirsleklos, nml n garla'id of fruits ontertwlnoa .n ntbo:i lioariiig hundred doKrees bcloiv soro, Karuut: icit, Last May n largo caibiiuelo liroko out hundred on my at 111. The usual remedies had no tho names of Mhakeepenro's chuf )l.:i'. At whilo thut of tho nun is over elWt and I was confined to my bed for tho uu failing of tho htatuo siicechtj were thousand doreca above. oglit eel.s. A friend induced mo to try Irnll organic llfo wero reduced to ono nutlo by ?ir. Knighton, Lord' Ltton, M. AjiVa Suisapiirillu. Ia-s- than threo Julas C'Ini etie end M. 21cslcrc: n "the luuuo muss and opreud over tho fuco of tho eurih, o ixittlos healed the sore. In all iny lt would only cover tho surface to the depth , the of tho Acadeiuie. M. Mouuet-Wulwith uiudlciue, I never saw more of u foot or so. recited passage from tho pot' v. or!:. ' I'.nes'moma, nayi Dr. Ssibort, of New York, 1 u house dlseuso, originating with Another marked effect of the use of this TutriHst'u'i. Fntluvay or Lift-- . diphtheria and iiitlammutory rhuumatUm, iii.'.ln Iiid was tho hticugthfiiliig of my Tho Impost contract over pikcIp i j any in dump, dirty or uuvcutiluted rooms aud Mm. Currlo Adams, Jlolly book iuhl bhing liouso In tho v.nrld l...i Jtt cellars. Springs, Texas. licoti cluatd by tho Historli-a- l lVLtil.iti " I had a dry f.caly humor for years, Mickoscoi'Ihtis huvo culuuluicd that thoro on tz uro tii"i,000,OOJ parusitoi to tho squuro Inch t'oinpany, of tliiscity, with 15. V J and suffered terilbly; and, as my brothC'a, of Hifhiuond, Vn., by wlucli t'u latter of smut In corn, to which agricultural er and bister weio Miuilurly iilllirtcd, I o presume, tlm malady is hereditary. Last jmrclinses iJO.CCO cojiii's of tho 'I'r.t.nuiy ol has not yet discovered n remedy. winter, Dr. Tjron, (of Kernautllna, hifo," und Mith tho urcLuso obtaluj tho" ox l'nor. I'icki'.iiino, of tho Harvard College Pla., ) ri'i'iiuimeiided 1110 to take Ayer'H rluslvo right to bell thy work b .ub"'riitloii SatMipaiill.i, and coutlnuo it for a ear. iu tho United Bull's, "Tho l'a'.hutiy ol obsorvutory, makes tho rather broad iucss For livu iiwiiiIih I took it daily. I liavo Mars uro Lifo'Ms fioni tho jicu of tho uovlu'h nitwt that tho bo called "canals" of not had a 1!i'Iii.n1i upon inv boly for tho culeloquent prcneher, T. Do Witt 'i'nl..:a, 1), ureas of regulation, iiossibly iminenso T. K. Wiley, 14U last thieo months." D., till of nhoso iiorks thnt mo publuhcd iu tivated tracts. Chambeis bt., New York City. Ixviwtioation has nhown that children tho nest Koveral jears uill bo brought out by "Lrtot fall nnd winter I was troubled morphlno-eatlumolhors huvo with n dull, heavy pain iu my side. I them, a contract having been Mnt-- n feu Iwrn of ucqtiircd tho tlrug huhlt and uro did not notice It much at Hist, but It days ngo to that e'iect. Tho book l now in in gradually grow worao until It beeatno now iu lucbs, to itady about Koi I. The apt to HiitTor collaptiogiventho llrst days of them. their Ufo.unloss it is almost unbearable. During the latter I cttcr un uiagnittido of this puichnso uill Lt part of this time, disorders of the stem-w- li It has been discovered that tho whito of dci'stood i hen it is known that luc book io Increased my troubles. I and liver taiU at Horn t'J.!iQ to C'' icr copy, uccoixliiig eggs of thoRO birds whoso young uro born liegau taking Ayer'H tinrsuparilln, nnd, from ordinary albumen, tothoEtjIuut binding, bo thr.t i)i' traiuac-tio- uufculhcred differspeculiarity being after faithfully continuing the use of its most striking that It represents neatly ("..d.ts.J I'liiladcl this medicine for hoiiio months, the pain remains trunspaiutit after coagulation by llMipcured and I was completely phia Telephone. hcut. cnriil." Mrs. Augusta, A. Furbtish, Haverhill, Mass. Tiik tpicstiou as ,o whether or not exciteA ui:!ip:o mill: cure Urate'. Mdi! .:i ment shortens life is beiug ugltutcd, and it inandy. Tho cow, U'ln in: tU. t i tli is hold that any tMtig which quickens tho rugluous w utcr, glvo ludlt-a- l it i any kind of excitement, of nourishes ni.d it'.cngthti ilio yu u the action nmlthu heart, tho storugu of llfo. AlMlKPAtlKO MY taxes reduces i fiauiotiiuu. Mill: iu Ii, u I Or. J. C, Ayor U Co., Lowell, Mass r.ie the most every ono know this long ago, und It Is of nil dfor nc, j " ;i . outb ordy recently that the I'rlco $1 J six bottles, . Worth ' 3 bottU matter has been " mid "".?"''riitliis f n't l in the light of percentage n,tni-cr-nr- ESTRAl t. " ' fu " t 'w zj w FOB, SALE. House and Acres Land MEWCOMB well-kno- nr.im 1: as largo as a sparrow has lccn received by tho Stato Entomologist of New York. It camo from Central AtueritM. Ho has .mother curiosity that roscmMcs two green leaves attached to u twig It is called u cnmel cricket, und was produced In Texas. Heiuiui:oi.s grapes tire receiving much attention In tho Old World; but it is extremely doubtful whether thero Is any thing of real merit in them from u horticultural point of vlow. They nro tuborotib, and wo have one roprcsentuSivo iu our own chuii-tr- y growing in Ihc Tcsun anil tho Indiau Territory, known us Vtti rtscttm Tut. swiftest btnl on tho wing Is tho frig- ate bird, 11 sort of nautical bird of prey. Sailors bcllevo that it can start with tho peep of dawn from tho coast of Africa, and, following tho trado wind, land on tho American coast before sunset. It can undoubtedly Hi more than two hundred miles 1111 hour, but vc do not know or any trust- worthy record of tho speed of which it Is ' capable Ci'iuocs woodpeckers arc those in Call- fornlu, Thoy will dig out hundreds of holes In tho bark of 11 plno tree, us round and smooth ns If bored by an augur, nntl in every hole thoy will hummer uu acorn, big 'end out, and hammer it so tightly you can sc.ircel pull it out. W liy tnoy do this no one knows The woodpecker luus not given ' bis rctsous und man can not ilnd out. Ants show wonderful intelligence, nnd the "driver ants" not only build boats, but launch them, too; only thoso boats aro formed of their own Ixidies Thoy aro called "drivers" because of their ferocity. Nothing can stand Ix.'foro the attacks of theso little cre'aturvH. Largo python linvo been killed by them Iu u single night, wtiilo chickens, liiaids uud other unali animals in Western Africa How froui them in terror. A ' ' use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. No matter what tho color of tiio hair, this preparation gives It a bistro and pliancy that adds grently to its charm. Should the hair bo thin, harsh, dry, or turning graj, Ayer'H llnlr Vigor the w.ll restore color, bring out 11 new erowih, nnd render the old soft nml .shiny. For keeping tho sculp clean, cool, and healthy, thero Is no better preparation Iu tho market. " I nm free to confess that n trial of Vyer's Hair Vigor lias convinced mo that it is a genuine article. It.s use has nut only caused thu hair of my wife and daughter to bo COTTAGI3 FOR RI2NT My next t nPS ! on I'pptr Ms n street, Stanford, l II lliuums' rrsi.lsnce. Also llic cut nuw occupied by Mr. J I'. D.tsis HUiT t.tfe nest rossestion to lir-- l luiiml Risen at un timo anil to Inter on No ntli. MK I Oil IK IIOI.MI'.S. Mill i 'b. Arc Hansllle, K 7) tf tVn I tn I ml s.tUite J. T. STJTT025T NVIU E K 1 c& ICY CO., ll V ir, , - - ttnrkT nf C ISPS M"' s. ' i To tho Farmcra of Wost Lincoln, SlS? r'; t'ibT." Oaaoy and Elscwliore. ffiSX'&Si .'.:, i L. is ul in li iir I.I , o 11 In Mr j H ill sh' vv ,) iik in n r Mil i' a full tln.l HoSss ui lis trly hi it- - I s ' t' Hasina been aullii rcJ li) Mr C (.' VanArs dile. tiruntleter of Ilustunsiile Holler Mills, is Ms JKent fur the purchase l wheat ill this scition of csiuntry, I call with confidence on my old ami tried ftisiiils of the faimum public to sse mo lufjre en I Isvtrir U'eli In CaRUU tliclr cr.ips clsewhtre. llin traitu atout tstcntf ynsrs, I am fimukir with declaration that I will !? abU tu l.niliuile the translcr uf fuiircmps to the ailtanMKdf nil con cerne.1 tlielmsliiuss I ' ' csrsrw j fwrl ssairaliti, tlirrrfnte, J. It in tlie i GKIil.N TOBACCONET. ivcr)', cSi s. ' Abundant and Glossy, o but It lias given my rather stunted 11 resiiuctablu length aud apicar-mice- ." Ohio. It. llritton, Oakland, "My hair was coming out (without liny nsslstancii from my wife, cither). I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor, using only ono bottle, and I now have as lino a head of hair as any one could wish for." -- It. T. Seliiulttoti, Dieksou, Tonn. " I liavo used Ayer's Hair Vigor In my family for 11 number of years, and It ns tint best hair preparation I know of. It keeps tho scalp eleiin, tho hair soft nnd lively, und preserves tho original color. My wife has used It for a long time with most satisfactory results." Iliitijatulii M. Johnson, M. D., Thomas Hill, .Mo. " M v hair wns becoming lmrsh nnd drv, but after using half 11 iwttlo of Ayer's Hair Vigor it grew black and rlosny. I autiot express the Jov nnd :. I'lhido I nun-t.ichro-gu-rd SAWMILL MR SALE!' A Iho i I,uiil 1 11ml Stock 1 ' j j As I desire to lease Kentucks I will sell atKtsai s.ictllUc saw null t empiric Mith jo hurv boilcts anil sehnrsc engines, saw worLs, ox lot; nxtt s on $ num - biirllHisrtl, 1 prill s svag s,u hiiu ii.iin,-si,,.-i- s? wills', j mine, llst(v, Krist mill complete, and my farm of o acrss of noli Und well tun'xiej Will soil ptisntels MART SMITH, 5$-l- Feed a.ief Sale - Stable, f j2.svl f Ma)i.J. Ky I hare move J MY MEAT I SHOP I W. H. JACKSON & CO., FBC'RS. I tlir House lo Lancasterlotsrct. npposiltham! Court fur sale I also Lcrp u reailv ol IIKICK on UAM.SKA ON TON, K feel." MiiImIC. Hard,l)eli nr LAM) FOR SALE. is Kood tloful turnouts stid sldlp horses ay M, i .r hin Stanford, K) on I in. Ion i tcr n i.i.. . IISKI1 ' ie it vm n' sn ihr re ' nl t in f-- s ... . ll.ss ti S'MN'II ' ' ' s IC In .issn. 0 ' iohiii n.ti 'i i'r ' ,111, 111. Ayer's Hair Vigor, ritr.rAitr.n Dr. en the Sonurt and Cral Ourthard loo ai rnod halfway betsiern the two pkiccs Well uf water at end ul poult Half t carrsl and 10 coihI outlet for saiilf, ho-- -, acres in grass U I. MA I. LACK, amlshrep jj-t- f alinc Kv J. C. Ayer Si Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold 1 1 Dmcclsts and Perfumers. , Mountain ILanda 1 1 HOTEL. Ooiinos-Cummino- s, hase.istor roimlo rent lor a furniture and un dertakuiK, hardware or tinner's establi.hmcni lor(urthr uiforma Thvsc arc K"ol for audi) C W MKICAIf, lie Karincrs Nstioiial llaitW. lomieii at SiA- - matHm, write to Harbours life, Kjr foul, in Lincoln courty, K) , Is now scltlinj us j .itlalrs anil thrrafore notice- - is hcrch) pven lo all li.iltll iij; said Hank's miles or li.iMn; claims iixauist s.nj Associalirn m present them for pitjmcnt I Oct tl iH Jl.lt N II OW.SI.fV, Cashier. 1 1TOTICE I I hate ,xi aires, mare or of .Mountain, Co.! and Timlxr IjIiJs that will sell at a bargain I ls, K) I 4 It COWPAWY " V v B. CREAM LEXINGTON.KY. TO BTJIUDEHS IRON ROOFING per siiiare, trial n ! ntThl-tcctur- J II IIILTOS a has is. lain azenttnr 1 he I intiiinati Porter Iron (.ompHll) an4 an. pr.parttl to furm-ihrir h lof ). i i i. PHOTOGRAPHER, HICTOSr6cDAVXS -- UKALKKS IS- t4yyjg rmm ae in ?..MffrZ7' in nsv r - (ispit 6;-t- At 5j 7 a Gciicral Mcrcliandisc, ROWLAN'I), KV , ills, paints, Ac , included. i I. Ml Kl. ION. Itowland, K) c, llascjiut opened a new stock of Men's and Hoys' Clotlun;, llats, Caps, Hoots, Shoes, Drv Goods, Notions and Groceries Also dealers in Coal. Countr) produce taken in etchane for goods at highost market pnee Come one, cune all, and learn the advantages in trade THE FLORENCE XjOITX) &D CO., " McKINNKV, KV. ssUj ggjjjjj u-- ," WASHINGMACHINE .v..... ?!,"' I have bought the right to sell the Florence Washing .Machine and am now prepared to furnish all who may vt nh to save their clothes from the ruhbingand tearing incident to the old process of washing, lake one and try It and tie convinced. I'll not worry on about buying unless )ou are ful-- i ly satisfied a. to its merits. The undersigned have purchased the Florence Washing machine and aflcr a thorough trial, we take pleasure In adding our testimony to its worth, and without hesitation pronounce It a success in every particular, doing all that Is claimed for it Wm Daughert), j W. Wallace, Dr. Ilourne, MrsS l Saber, A. C. bine. Hill Perkins, Lewis Dudder.ir, J. IU l.ynn, J.. I. Dawson, C Vanoy, .Mrs Amanda Peak, George I'e)lon, Alex llolli. claw, C. C Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. K. Harrow, M. l'Vland and many others M.F. KLKIN. Headquarters at S. Mjcrs' store. V l'or I)ru;, Medicines, the famous Ssrup ol f Itff and to iret vour prcscrintisiis prointith and cor rectly tilled nt ufl hours, and lo get )our Staple Groceries, tine Clears, Toilet Articles. Ac.goto Old W , .llCMIIIIC)', IJr. J. A. W ll.l.l.l.MM 111 attend to our drug department, also attend In ,he llck' nl"M or '" ,u,vn "r J I S C W. USTCALT 111 s MBTOALF & HAYS, AHYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. KV HARllOURVIi.t.Fand PINhVILLF., ' I j Will practice in any court In Kastern Kentucky KsaminaUons of land titles made a specialty Any site tracts of limber, toal and mineral lands for sale. Information lurnished on ail) point and correspondence solicited ,iSi if; Issued March end Sept., each year. It la an enoj. or useful Infor. inatlon for all who pur. chose tho luxuries or th neoesslttoa ol Ilia. Wa etui olothe you nd lurnlsh you with till tho necessary nd unnecessary nppllanccs to ride, walk, dnnco. sleep, oat, flh. hunt, work, go to chtirah, or atay at homo, und in varioua slies, stylea and quantities. Juat llguro out what ia required to do all these thing! COMFORTaBLT, nd you can make a fat estimate of the value of the DU VEIttJ' OUIDE, which will be aent upou receipt of 10 centa to pay postage, olopoillsi O m iTos 4s Th. DUYEna GUIDE ii 0. H. M'llOBERTS, 11M14 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. 111. Mia-cspca- ! i ' To the Farmers of Lincoln and Garrard Counties- The Stanford Roller Mills t'mnan wants tour whole wheal irop of i"8 and will i)' in cash the highest market pru for it Do not sell without first seeing Superintendent Polls at the .Mill or T I I Olll.lt, the undersigned I'res Stanford toller .'Mills ii iTHUT FIGHT C, sc 3XTOTXCE t TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Ij 6s-t- longslanding j Having rerently eipnppc I fine Roller Mill 'in the town iT Stanford tn.it wc defy any Mill to equal in quul.t) uf fl.iur. we think the citnens ol tlie .oiiiily should have tn.mtv pride enough to tiatrnnuc and sustain the same U'e wish to LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. t hum 't ma concern that we are in the injrkctto bu) our wheat and cm and will al ways gtse the inchest market price fur same. We have Added so ne new nwschinery to our cam meal THE LARGEST AND FINEST department and cass now make meal ! suit any person It cannot tx lualltd by any olhsr mill HOTEL IN THE CITY. m this vicinity W sofitit a trial in our Dour and meal deparlineut All n .ting grain in our line for sale will pleast crui at the Mill, wher our igent will )i found at ail limes, who will five the best prices for same. Itrun and shipstufi always RATES S2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORDin ato. k Hi tl Sv;jt , -i cured iMblotsTloy. M A. Nnjinons Liver Medicine, KstM ivo. in the V a DirKATt J Jl.Zeilin.rroi r.s.tmil (.! er llrg iiator, l.st'd vi.oimnions bv Zeil.n iv,i M.A. S. L. .M. l.JS fnr Tho Orlelnal Wins. I'. Simmons. St. Louis, I'rop'r THE GALT HOUSE, i I IA. fti IIiliulsns.s I)rsrtrA,MrK 1Uai.aciu,I.o. ArraTtTr, Sour Stomach. I't. T II. lteims, l'a.ior M. K Clniri h, Ad.itns, Tenn., writes "I unn nave Pcen dead b i snouiu lor jour Genuine M, A. S.m. monsl.lser .Medicine. I has sometimes had to substitute tin's stiil!" for your rj cine, hut It don't answer ths purpose." Dr. J. It. Craves, Kditor 751 . (J (?,, Ml mnhll T,nn .., HrV"i "it I c"rj I inf nn rd Roller Mill w i, Co 1 ING TURKISH ,V to rooms: HAT Mrdiiinc, and hate list.' half of il It woiksl.ko a iharcn. I want no bctl r I iter Itcflalor and cer tmuly tiu more uf '.uha't (r.uture. I receive J.1 1 m kage of your Liter Chesapeake & Ohio PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINS-- I ! RlssIAN IIS IX MOriiL e, o MTJIilil'Sv) l(i((DTJHiiL9 1 d. as-:'- To BAST Wtishiuston, SOUTH-WES- T. com-wleto- ly l.'.Oi-lCK- J." d Richmond Old Point Comfort. STANFORD, KY. nnd E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. This old and llutel still maintains its high reputation, and its Proprietor is deterimn. ed that it shall lie second lo no country Hotel In the Slate in its Fare, Appointments, or Atten tioti to his Guests. lUggage conveyed lo and from depot free of charge' Special accommodations to Commercial Traclers, well-knoa- 'ii AFrEEjp GKiOKEK - it To WIEJST LouiHvllo rtnd Olnoiinnutl" No, 4, Cholera Cure! s Connections direct for all points in the WEST NORTH - WEST AND expo-riuue- h ne-to- r, Wonderful Results. No a. Daily Kx. Sim. IN I PKIH-TN- IJ, '87. Dally. 00 p in J5 p m 10 35 WOOD WALLACE, TEE GEETS' FUEEISUER, 513 4th St., Louisville. scl-cuc- g iruc-ticul- ty 1 he fashions of the day in the Gents' Furnish, on p m 40 P m ingline will always bo found In my store. I am 8 V3 p m agent tor the Indianapolis Steam I.nundry, the . Washlnclon . 11 a) pm 11 s p in best Lamilrv in the world. lldtunorc 1 00 a in 3 co a m . Philadelphia ml 6.0 a in New York .i, o vo a -- -- vr. PRICE svaj4a.k .. TSt-- rrH H- Jsv OsVffBU rntJT Leslngtnn Division Trains run by Central ti me Main I.ine Trains east of lltintuiRlon run by Kasl cm lime, which is one hour faster than Central ! Norfolk . 1 1 7 I.vc Louisville 10 Arr I.cxinfton " White siiilphur Springs. " Ch.irlottsiille VMJunct 3 Kichmonu... 9 . 10 Newport News . 11 Old Point Comfort It 3 11 3 7 7 jo a 50 10 40 30 33 p a 00 p 00 a 40 a 9 40 p m m m m in m a a p p in tu m m in P m - y' 'AmivpIW sslstss, 1 N'oi--.'- Ayer's Sarsaparilla, li ""ADDITIONAL TRAINS -- No. it, dally ex. cept Sunday, leave Olive Hill 4:43 a in; Ml Ster. lmK7mani;ar('e ..cxlncton 833 a in; arrive at Cincinnati viaW.ncliester 11 33am. No u, daily except Sunday, leave Cincinnati arris e Mt. Sterlln8 Joop m: Lexington 3 .. 7 n p m; Oils c Hi.. 9 '"J'"1 at 7 po a m; Clifton No. 5, daily, lease Charleston u 30 p m: arrive Ashland 5 40 p m; Colnmhus n 17 ti m No. 6, daily leave Ashland 7 10 a m; p nrrive nt tn 11 a m: Clifton I'orge 7 36 Charleston -;i'iillman Sleeping Cars on all Ihroiiuh trains Mon Steamships leave Nprlork on Old Dominion Satur dap. Tuesday, Wednesday, 'I hursday day ut 6 30 p m for New ork. Tickets, Rates, Information, etc., apply to For t1, ..tv iT.oamss auuiv-- ' Ih(IUIIi.vUI sililrakii C.V.' I V C. WICKHAM, r ULLER, H. Receiver. jCMQWlOLA'CREAM lV out I CX a o. THIS prcparation.wil Llver-MoloB. hotit J5I'; 1 A few applications will rentier ihe most stubbornly red skin soft, Binooth and white. Viola Cream is not a paint or powder tocovcr (Infects, but a remedy to cure. It is superior to sll oilier preparations, nnd is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At druggists or mailed for 60 cntfl. Prepared by plos, Tan. lea. JMjiiiT,icjiiuv'sa?iuoj. Black-Hoad- Plm. Sunburn and )' k G. O. J3ITTIV13K. TOLKDO, OHIO. A ,& CO., yhour.ands of dollars worth uf fhiikens die every year from Choi, era. It is more fatal to chickens than all thcr diseases combined. Hut the discovery ol icineuy njnositit,,' aires it made, and to he convinced of efficacy only re iui a trial a bottle is em ugh hi one hundred chickens, li is gthir anteed If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoioughiv satisfied with it as a cine fui'Chicken . has-bee- n 5o-cen- two-third- s For Salt nt McKoherti Sta;g', Cholera, return it to the undci signed and vour money will be refunded I Stanford, Ky For salo by McRoLerts , Slagg, Stanford ?iij XiAiAX V