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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888120701 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - Semi-Weekl- y g VOL.XVI. LANDASTER.GARnAnD m-nrut- Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7. d888. NO. 86 COUNTY. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ' NEWS CONDENSED. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. It. Hill wold to Nun Helm a bay Itiehinond, Va., Is to have a repnbli-inar- e l tin- " -- Tla Soi-iii- t Club Iiiih for$l,'"). . van daily paper, the niore'ri the pity. the Ciii-7m- i ( jut room in tlm luillilinj; vir Harry Dunn bought of V. J. ."parks The l S. Senate cot the country Natluiml ltank. tnl will h"hl their spSiK),":;.' thN year, or aboiit:jb00,000niore there tin ivintiliul'iof t lie Hun- a combined borne for SI5S. nieotiii A. M. Felaud Mild to (.leorj-- e Wood than it was worth, son. s' A traveler can take a Pullman pal- Indium will bejiln exldb-ui...- . three milk row for $100. A band of of na car now at New York and pi to the T. M. Lilian! wold to Johnson, i. ...... .,,.vt ' MiiiiiI,iv nl'lit mill will ...... ... 1LIIIU IIVI Iioim nt 5 rts. Pacific Coast with but one ehanne. i.li.litlv fur I line week?, llovlit. -- 0 ..!.... f... ' Dr. Cox IkmikIiI of .1. M. IlromliMn a The war department under Muj- Is nhiKwt m hiipy iw IiIm The Minnll boy hnriu-hja'ldiiijj for SliV wumn Kndicott cost S41.KVi.107 the last up .1. M. Hull fold to John Wood l.'t fiscal year and ?.Vi,07H,!:i is wanted for that the expel It Is pdd hriek iiioiiutuln tattle at alti"0 per head. tins. who, recently worked the T. M. Howling wold to I. I'. l.oaan Twentv armed men took a inunlurer Whemotohlswitisfaution inCWy eoun- inunni Withered from jail ni xyi.i.u.. Cialtei'Waril IK'ai a Danville liery .0 lurri'In of nun in siiw Uekl at , ;tv, alio In live days '',4I)0 hogH mid 7o0 cat- - ty, Col., and lumped him to a telegraph Ilr'm out of n double team and bujrjiy, is tie-the wune limn who stole Clark Karris' tie were shipped from the Richmond 1 i pole. ! Thieves robbed several bee hives for James Houk Saturday night. A very enjoyable dance was given nt N. M. Shumate's Wednesday night. A. J. Thompson and his brother Jap have bought a farm on the Garrard and SEASONABLE STYLES IN FALL AND WINTER GOODS. f r i, L 1 x , Lincoln line. Rev. Jesse Tyree has moved liack to We Invite Attention to our Complete and Carefully Selected this county, after a two years' sojourn in Stock of Lily, laitirel county. Among the Incorporators of the Los Angeles it Eastern railroad, of California, appears the name of J. Marion Rrooks, a Rockcastle man. The Widow Haggard is making an CulTs, &c. effort to have the governor olfer a reI T..t.t. line stretched ward for the arrest of Powell, the mur..it The I""- pup. sold to I). N. Prewitt its wires 5)0,000 miles of additional terri- derer of her husband. Miss Rcrtle John Murphy Mr. Robert L. Klklnund Hon. G. M. Adams passed down to Collier were married at the residence of a bunch of yearling heifers at $17 per tory this year enough to go around the. world nearly four times. Rarbourville Monday. Joseph McKec, bride's parents in this city yesterday head. the .No. tieorge Hacker, an anarchist, cut to of London, is visiting here. R. P. MarHut S.u.k. yeailiug mules, morning. They left Immediately for At- South. Al-- , Call on or addri'NS A. K. Denny, Shelby pieces J. I'. Mruce, his epiployer, lit In- tin is now running the wires nt Lily. lanta and other joints in the dianapolis, because he expressed pleas- Mra. Rosa Tyree left for Mansfield, Mo., IWtle City, Ky. wavs bright and beautiful. Mi The livery stable of McCiiunis s: Co. ure nt the election of Harrison. yesterday. was n geneni! favnrlle here, and Robert; The news comes that Alderson, the Monday night aa Lee 11. Carter stepU well worthv of the great prire he has at Moiristown, Teiin., binned, and with; j it horses. democratic candidate for Congress in the ped out of the Joplin House nt Mt. Verwon SI let ill' New land sold the I'olly Car-j:- u district of West Virginia, has been de- - non, where he had just supped, he was Mr 'IVrrill I.ivlon and Miss Lillian1 place, ! miles from Huston ville, to j flared elected by a majority of 17 fired on by James Frozer and fell with Hoiiper are to be married next Tuesday, ter to Held 14 buckshot in his breast and two thro' A democratic caucus is to Mr. Kverolt Farm and bride, of Leing- - J. M. and (i. W. Carter for J1..VJ7. iv bv the members of the House to decide the heart. Anderson llolladay soiu to a. He threw up his hands and E ton, are visiting at Mr--. Fannie inrr.tV. steers-Mls.- i nlxHit action in regard to the admission staggered back into the hotel, dying iu a ear-old "Uk-- j Kate Rurdett, of Marksburry, and Lee s. Smith IU head of liead. Columbia Spectator, of mm end of the Territories to Statehood. moment. At the coroner's inmieet the Marion WolfonI, of Paint Lick, are atS'tl Fins Rk.nt. :Vt acres of land; good Mish Mollic llunlctt. Max Seott. Ed Cliainlwrlain, on trial at togans verdict was given according to the facts vititing Comprising Extensivefines of Newest and most' Fashionable Ladies' who was severely injured In a Lily coal . house and outbuildings; large orehanl K)rt, Intl., for the murder of Ida Witten- an above stated. It is thought that the T. Melton-an- d berg, committed suicide by hanging him-se- lf trouble originated Saturday night, when Shoes, Gents' Boots and Shoes, Children and Baby Shoes, Rubbers, laud plenty small fruit. lullio a few daysago, is out on crutches --'t j erts, SUnfonl. Carter remained over night at Frazer's Overshoes, Etc. Men's rubber's at 25c, Ladies' do. 25, Misses' 25. is improving mpidlv. in his cell with a strip of Supt. l'otts continues to buy wheat, residence, in the east end of town. Dulli'iiiu.rn Tin Fulician Society was ui10,j, the Roller Mills have some :,-we- ll Senator Reck is not able as vet to ring the night Frazer woke up and thought ! ,UMu.iH tm mnd. He got a lot this take his seat in the Senate, but his lie discovered Carter, in a compromising attended Monday night and the o nmusliig. About Mwt t delivered. eicitcK interesting' and lT friends hope that he will be able to re- jiosition with Mrs. Frazer. He accused " iKijiile were then-- . The exercises Simon Weil, a well known stock tra- - sume hU otllclal labors soon after the Carter of wrong doing and they qunrrel-e- d No We sell you RESPECTABLE Coos for uevt Mondav niuht will he uood. J. tier, has ilecimned with J1.VO0O 8w!n- - holidays. our for some time, when Carter left the willing if you find Q. Montgomery will preach at the school died out of Kentucky farmers, whone in NEARLY Good. The towns of Ijiwrence, Taunton house, followed by threats from Frazer. house Saturday uiuht. I'rayer meeting n,ttle (l. bought with logus drafts, and Fitchbiirg, Mass., voted a return to The parties had not met until Monday (ieo. Ijincaster has sold his (arm of the license system Tuesday, after trying night in front of the Joplin House. Fraat the new chinch eery Sunday night. Myram l.titv gave us a good lecture mi ;', acres. -'J mites from Lexington on prohibition a year. Gloucester again zer had lain iu wait for Carter. Frazer the chun-- and the world, and sjtys they the Harrodsburg pike, to W. C. Apple-nr- e voted no license. was thought to be Intoxicated when tho Viewed from any standpoint. Nothing better can be had. Now you know marriiil and ought to be divorced at t. ,md Charles McMeekin, at $1.'B per Thomas M. Green has written n shooting was done. Carter had only us and the Goods, for we have told you the Truth without misrepre. once. A few nights ago thieves went book entitled "Historic Families of Ken- been acquitted nt Stanford n month ago ' The cattle market in Cincinnati is a tucky" and it is now in the press of Robt. for the killing of Tom Moore, which took sentation. into the kitchen of Mr. Wanks, drew left the barrel turned tittle stronger, with prices ranging from Clark A Co., Cincinnati. It will be sold place in Mt. Vernon in July, 1S80, when some molasses and "STOTT'LL TTS, oil'soaslolct the balance all pour out j jj to for very common to best ship-o- n at ?2 jHr vhIiiuic. both Jack and Tom Moore fell from buck the tloor. They also took n sack of ,K.rs. Hogs are easy at4l to o ami sheep wounded in shot fired by Carter. Frazer is a nephew V. S. Parker, who was tlntir fnnn Robt. Underwood with which ur.. In molenite demand at 1! to tl cents. the circus row at Mt. Vernon, writes ub of the slain Moore boys. A strange coPahiji. Another dull court day, with that our correspondent was mistaken in incidence connected with the killing of tn make sweetcakes. J.J.Walkerbought at' hIowmIcs in both cattle and mules. saying that he had been to Mt. Vernon. Carter is that he was killed by the same i reen Rright s bogs weighing WW James Robinson is out at bum-- 1 omo fair yearling rattle ollcred and best He is not able to go yet. kind of a gun, buckshot, at the same medium 3 to :i; year-R- S ncNi again. J. G. Carman, of Casey, is! jiricea realized John W. Rookwalter, of Springfield, time of day almost to a minute and withvisiting at A.C. Carman's. The Wrought jj,, yj to ;;; ,.,4lTt.8 10 to $lo Rut lit- - O., has perfected an invention which in 200 feet of where the Moore boys fell. .... .. M..I.I OTI1 Llmim ut,li. T 1.1. .1 ir II imn lit" OOlOg IU mwie.i, mill ...! junvsuu nuin converts pig iron into the llnest kind of Carter's father, Judgo James G had iron lUlllgUl". I..... "huh i'i'i-'"" at iwt m(,nth. Kentuckian. they have been stationed steel in $ minutes and at a less cost lately married Miss Mary Miller, an aunt Kicumonii Cocrt. '.'OO cattle on the than the present processes. for 517,.ViO. We have been failing to get of Frazer, and n sister of the Moores. our lsTKRioit.Ioiuv.i.s till a day late for, mrket. -- - good 1,100 pound feeders Thomas R. Harry says that he will Iee Carter had recently sold out his postwo weeks. What Is theom.se? D. 2C. brought 3.40; 4 vearlings Si'i; common commence legal proceedings, at Phila- sessions and was to move to Missouri hogs eattle - cents. About 10 broke mules I 're wilt takes Hubble & Luhanks delphia, against the Knights of libor, within a few weeks. Tom Moore before ' Tuesday, Iwiught some time ago at changi;d hands at $75 to 140. 1'homas through its otlicers, for defamation of he died said that his slayer would die in next . cents. Prewitt hIm bought .V barrels) j,t.,H ,ltl VM cattle last week ffor $", character mm alleged expulsion. the same manner before the expiration of corn of the Rlanks Ikivs at $1..V). Tur i.mI.'.I) and delivered 141 nogs or The renort of the Secretary of the of thn'o years. Ia?e Carter was buried i for the Jot. Climax. or keys are current hen' at . cents. a4- - Rrodhead Wednesday Treasury shows that f.M.OOO.OOObonds by i -- The sale of the real estate of the late not vut 'due have been bought with the at high VJ. A lnrge throng of people : , , D t.vvii.i.-- 0ir Wo.liily. resulted nHHlrpllll,ntn ,,r,n,jum of SlS.000,000, n were iu attendance to hear the impresV"V"!; .Vlm'ous ' J: J- . Allen, ban is j allow-ca- ll sive Masonic burial rites. ,7,, ,u. oflU,(, Wl.r Wuht S.,tK)D,0M for the lf I. year mu. the c Tll0llIH0n al ftBUW; IS1 acres . tl! ltllrity. t0 nin 'Special Dispatch to the Interinr Journal.. Alliens, raycue ""viiiiiunii .II ,.llFll ,. VlV-- .. . -- ,,., ,. v . Representative Stone, of Kentucky, Mt. Vkknox, Dec. (i, 4 v. i. Frazier's sone.et has alsi .mKed .ur. Alien " ,;)Ult am.H1(t .s,-,0-; Silas y waived an introduced n joint resolution in tho attorneys at his trial then, for another LUH nm.at jRI; C.,.T. P. Hill 111' House Tuesday proposing an amend- examination and by agreement of all The probability s that he wdl accept am, J(hn Amk.rson :5,j nt io. ment to the Constitution providing that parties bail of $1,000 was allowed and .. former townsman, Jns. Irntli calls.-O- nr i.ri...,u.rsvilk. in this the President and shall uiven bv the defendant. J. M. . , .,. , , . Itrvaut. Iwi.. died in ( luctiini last1 I mm i, mi.tin ilium., mini "in ii... " f be elected every four years by the direct vear of his age. Kriilnv ill the t 1 ),i.'.0, which with the sales of the vote of the people. X railroad is to bo built from the Hal-ti- c . Wakelield, l.ee to. soni .asi wcok iu sales Jl mirsim;.,tv llllklh .i1kui( sw,m wlt, Sea to the l'aeifie Ocean and when Rallou. of Jonesvllle, Va., ac Henrv Messw. AyciK-k- , or c olumHin. N K.., lo w U,h ,o fty k,bt- - .imulllillJ, t() j..7(. cused Dan and Hurry Craig of setting his erunplete the great unknown inteiiorof M , niules Jiules at tlin. R L. of tiw m(,itorH VKtvtKit store on lire and thus starting a confla- Siberia w ill be unknown no longer. Troiu . hands high to same at ad.iO. J. 1. so the others will not realize mor(. gration tluit came near destroying the west to east across the comparatively l.'.J , Huguely iKiught nt Harrodsburg com tj than 00 cents on the ,lolnr on thl.ir town. They denied the charge and went trackless land oi exile, the distance by dav 14 HKXIpound cattle at S3.30 and, claim-h rtheir necuser, who got in his work tho proposed route will be :t,lir0 miles. sold same privately nt about $3.40. Ton From St. Peterbburg to the eastern terCleveland's olllcial plurality iu Dela- w th n pistol, killing both of them. stranger secured d days ago a minus will be about 0,000 miles and the -- I.on Huston and Josh Hazlewood a buggy and n pair of horse to go to ware is 3, 111. Fisk got 100 votes. time necessary to accomplish the jour-n- c Mrs. Snell, widow of the millionaite met on the church steps nt Elco, III., fiom Wakelield V l.ee, and Huston ville, v. about 17 days. an old up to this time nothing ha been heard Snell. of Chicago, has increased the re- Sunday and proceeded to settle receiv: :. . . A bill has been introduced in conof them The buggv .was .new and oneii ward , tofc.iU.lKHi nr me capture oi ine grudge with pistols. The former ... . . . ed five and the latter three wounds, and gress to divide the State of California inmate. Ad - murderer, lascou. of the team was a valuable dipt. Isaac R.is"tt, Assistant Door-Wed-- both .will die. It is stated that the con- to two States. -vocate. m gregation saved itself by flying to the keetier of the Senate, celebrated Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best 'alvc In tlic world lor cut, bruUcs Senator Chandler delivers, himself nesday the 57th anniversary of his ap- - w oods. The public debt statement shows an ore), ulcer, i.ilt rheum, fever aorcs, tetter, chap, "Civil service reform is all right DOintment bv Daniel Webster to be a thuslv: page in the Senate. He is the oldest em- increase during November amounting to ped Hand, chilblain, cornOnd " Mn erupin its way, but it only apply to clerks or no pay re. Treasury disbursements tion, and positively cure to pile, perfect ,satisfacwith pens but, ploye in point of service iu the govern- ?ll,lini,S17. those fellows who write (jie quired. It l Ku'aranteed have been unusually large, the pension tion or mone) refunded, l'rice 5 cents per box. outside of them, all the olllccs are polit- ment employ The Kentucky Midland Construc payments alone amounting to $21,(17.),-00- For ale by A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky ical, and this will be made apparent. against but $4,P.'.",000 in October, Tiw.r,. ulll ho no burrv iu meddling with tion Co. was organized at Frankfort Mon- Tho Business Booming. time, they will have (day, for the purpose of building that while lecefpts from nil sources fell the clerks, but, in l'robaUy no one tluiiK hns caused such a generwitli the receipts of al as compared from Paris to its terminus in East to l'O and ivnublicars will be put iu." rcial of trade at A. U I'eimy'n dtutf sloreas capital of the month previous. The net or surplus their giving u ay li their customer!, of so many Thenwiro neatly l.'iO.OOO acres of ern Kentucky. The paid-u- p .V.VJ34,010, trial bottle of Dr King's New Discovery r Con. oyster beds in tlio Chesapeake Ray, the new company is $200,000. Gov. J. cash in the treasury is now Their trade is simply enormous in this 1. Tho sumption yielding over 10,000,000 bushels of oys- K. Cantrill was elected president. They against S7.,491,0fi0 on November article from the fact that It always ery interest-bearin- g debt has been reduced cures valuable and neer disappoints. Coughs, Coldi, ters a year and yielding to those engag- will at once commence the work of con$11,000,000 during the month, and now Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup and all Throat mid ed in the industry annual wages exceed- struction. I.unj DI.eascs quickly cured You can test it be Dick McDowell has been arrested iu aggregates $H 17,0(M,i.,02. are nearly 1,000 ing SI, 000,000. There trial bottle fre: large fore buying by settins oyster vessels, with thoroughly armed Arkansas, charged with the robbery and she Si. Ktery bottle warranted. Sausage Grinders, Butcher Knives, Sage, Cayenne ami Happy Homes. crews, aggregating .000 men. So It la murder of Ronjamin Rcazley in 18(51. Here' a health to the wle and molheri Epoch. , Black Pepper. no wonder the governor of Maryland is The crime was witnessed by Mrs. Rcaz- Who tit in our houtcholdt The transition from long, lingering and painful ley and her live children, and sho told depredators. brighten for other rising a row with the Who are glad when they sickness to robust health marks an epoch in the son The hour that go drifting away. tho murderer that her life of the individual. Such a remarkable event is May their eye keep the light ofgladnex, Sweet and Sour Pickles Bulk and in Bottles, Sorghum, Pastuer, the great IVenchman, discov- would one day see him hanged for it. treasured tn the memory and the agency whereby N Their heurn hold the fulneu of kiln Honey, &c. causes chicken cliol-er- a, Since reaching his majority this son has the good health b.i been attained is gratefully ered that microbes That banisheiahadow and tadnet, Hence It is that so much is heard In blessed. and Ganter found that his muglc steadily hunted for McDowell and It was need we aV. more than this ? And what praise of Electric Hitter. So many feel they owe Dut how can thlt happine be kept? What thai) chicken cholera euro destroys them. ho that made tho arrest. their restoration to health to the use of the Great protect thoe i e lo e, thote who made a Heat en Alterative and Tonic. If you are troubled with Sold "no cure, no pay," by McRoberts & of the Home, from the ravsgei.of disease that i any disease of the Kidney, Liter or Stomach uf The Only Perfect Remedy 2t , than death, that ii, In fact, a lingering-doften always reasonable and roods first-clnss.j- fS For habitual constipation, dyspepsia, and eath? worie The quition I. eaily aniwercd: Dr. ong or short standing, you will surely find relief Syrup of Flgi of Electric Hitters, Sold nt 50c and $1 per kindred ills is tho famous California liquid Tierce's Kavorit Trescription the standard remo-d- by use bottle at A. H Penny's drug store. Is Nature'i own truo laxative. I ! the fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. It strength-- . for all of those peculiar dlteae to which women T. 11. Why illyou cough when Shl'oh's Cure wll raoit eally takon, and the most effective ens as well as cleanses tho system, it is are subject,--- ) what mut be relied on to preserve of wives and mother It prevents those give immediate relief? Price joe, 50c and $1.00. Ihe remedy known to Cloanse the System lully taken, and perfectly harmless. diseases and It cures ihtm. It I a bleslng to McKoberts&Stagg, Stanford, Ky Crow A Co. todUpol HeadDllioua or Cotl-- o; when For Side by A. It. Penny, Stanford. women and therefore a national blessing, because McKinney, Ky.J K. V. Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky aches, Coldi, and Fevori; to Cure Habit. it gives health to those about whom the happiness The Rev. Ceo. II. Thayer, of llourbon, Ind. Are you made miierable by ladigeition, Comti of home centers, and the strcngthof a nation is in ual Constipation, Indigestion, Pile, etc. saysi "Itolh myself and wife 'owe oui lives to I.o of Appetite, Yellow Skin? Manufactured only by the California Fig pation, Dir.inci, t a positive cure, McRoberU its happy homes. Sliiloli's Consumption Curi. McRoberts Si Stagg .i Shlloh'tVIuliter ii "3t Co., McKinney, Ky,'; E, s Crannies; in Stanford, Ky.J Crow Syrup Company, Han Francisco, Cul. Stacff, Stanford, Ky. J Crow A- Co., McKinney Or. Tierce' Pellets, or W. ones. Crab Orchard, Ky. Ky.J K. W. Jones. Crab Orchard, Ky. vialt, 13 cents one a doe. Druggist. For Kilo by A. It. Penny, Stanford. ,!.. t i j -- .. MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS Shirts. Collars. Neckwear, j , V.... M 1 In All the Approved Styles from 50c to $5. The Largest Stock of 1 TRUNKS & VALISES In this Section of the Country. 1 .. -y- pr Trw-:- (. bed-tickin- . ex-joo- i THE PRICES ARE LOW one can anyone can doubt Qualities i as Cheaper. prices to meet , '- THESE GOODS ARE BARGAINS. PROVE TJS, ,u-re- TRY BE GT.AT). Respectfully, M-- '.; 1 CALDWELL & LANIER 1 -i- fius 'I :.,".. j the-Maso- n , N'. ,., T. R. WALTON MAIN & SOMERSET STREETS STANFORD, EENTtTCETr. :, t.m ,.!.. t ;, Ander-CiUtinuewi- th to-da- Vice-Preside- W 1 1 J ; , i . well-dresse- ... ... SEAS0NABLES00DS.- to-da- y. 0, Citron, Raisins, Figs, Conoontratod Cocoamvt, Colatins, Corn Starch, Chooolato, Extracts, &o. ofl'?-',-500,0- Oatmeal. Cracked Wheat, Hominy, Jlaccaroni, Cheese, Dried Ilecf, Canned Goods Generally. y; , i y JgfTrices - Waltox. $: i Anti-biliou- ( ii't& iJt A Xia..jo WfcwjpgM. MyiWiHl'16Si W r- - ri One hundred and fifty miners 'wore (lux. IIakkihon- is mid to bo a man of I Tin: following will show how the tnus- ' sago in regarded: Tho Xow York Ilor-- I his own head and that his party will tlnd imprisoned for ten hours in the mines at Hood of water uld srtvs tfii' President's remarks are sen- - trbout as hard tjiuu managing him as the ' HubcrtxdiuV, Pa., by - lQOo! slide nnd well put; the World tlmt it is democrats hav'o with Clovelund. The which reached to their necks, Stanfohd, Ivy, Drcbmiirr ,, A Cnlifornja mail-coacwas Mopped tlijrIlitR.,lt 00lI)i;:lct uiul forcile; the s..,. following iviuuk made to Coalmen ; . '? that it Is an ninilesM and ineoiweipu'iitiiil shows that hu iioos not p.;itnl;u of tin by a robber, who compelled the driver i. ' document and the Tribune that it is an bitteine.v, towards the south thulL c'uer- - to throw oil' the express box and two ' ' attempt to stir up unnrchy by pandering ished by tho Shermans, lngulld and siuli mail sacks. Having seemed them, the Is Receiving His Saya he, "It is fallacy to r.rog- - ( highwayman permitted tho rduge topio-- , to ignorance nnd passion. The Chicago message is an' iicn,i,iwlVH j, improves the country nize such u thing as a Southern (pies- -' ceel on its way. PiiKsiDKXTCi.r.vKi.v.vn's Tho number of pensioneis added to elaborate and comprehensive state pa- -' wit, tu. ,',,,,,. that (.trover Cleveland, as tion. While I am president 1 shall only per of --T.OiX) words, each of which bears ' prcsidont, was the right man inthe right demand that the people of tho whole the rolls during the last iNcal year is (SO,- - Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaran'OOd ' Give hill a Trial An Inciease of ponsions was grant- - , the impress of rugged statosiiianmi lip and pjneo; the Times that it will cause many country shall obey the laws of the nn- - 2.V ; - - . adds further proof that the count ry has millions of citizt'im to regret the lion without reference to the section fn oil in 42,71ft ciwes. Thu names of lojlioj never had a more courageous, honest failure to him: the Tribune that it which they may live. It is an iiiMilt to pensioners were dropped fioin tho rolls and faithful executive, nor one who was is bold, nervy and shows the President me for the Southern people to intimate during the year for vaiious causes, and so wrapped up in his solicitude for its wants one more round before he will ae-- 1 that i desire to deal harshly with them, at the close the number of all lasses welfare ns to subordinate his own and himself whipped; the News, It would also be an insult to them for ceivingpciis.ioiwww 1.W,.m". The amount his party's interests for its good. A large that it cannot fail to increase admiration me to anticipate that they do not expect paid for pensions during the year was part of the paper in devoted to the sub- for the man who can in tliehourof defeat to obey the laws as they do and shall $"8,77i,8tH 72, being an iuciviiM over g. the preceding year of ject of tarill" reduction, and is a forceful keep his ru.ldertrueand display absolute- - exist." and convincing appeal for tho lifting of ly no bitteruessin liis last public utterance Tub Glasgow Times sends up this pitionerous nnd unjust burdens of fixation and the Inter Ocean that, it is a stale re- ful wail: "The Louisville Times and tho We Have Openod a new Stock of . . which oppresses the hash of editorials from free trade news- from the. people, discuss-in- g Stanford In'tkkmui Jont.swi. are I I Hank, nuinv for the benefit of the few. JCo jot pipers. Tlie Indianapolis NMittnel lias the possibilities and tho probabilities lord.lir iirmcr Nation.il Kv.ln located at Stun county. now acitlini: or tittle of the bold ground ho took on no hesitancy in pronouncing it the grv.it- - of democratic success in thiscongression- - atljli- - in Lincoln and thcrclotc ntlicc i hr'cliv LMkcn lu .1 nil III. .ti.f It.nL nnl.. i.r h.l. in.. I.im. ... the subject a yearago js abandoned or ost message ever sent to Congress by an nl district. Itrethren, the subject isn tiaij Aocution m proem them for t..inunt surrendered, but lio insists Willi even American rresident, nnd believes it worth c"hltr- - j '8:'8S1 JU"N "' mVM-tdiscuin'. Democratic chances . . greater emphasis "that the cause should wjU bo drawn upon liberally by the are not the value of a tmk-- , in the Uth " ! .hi... The district republican '. ,. . ,r ..... . ............ . . ." ill II. C Illl.llll.l.t'l.lUl lllllll- MV n ,uai. .lib limirilCllUIl will be republican so long as Whitley Which Wo Cordially invito tho public to call and Examine. Everytmonopolies, create trusts and enable the pU8 0f freo government. The Journal, SURGEON county's 1,800 republican majority conhing- ig new, rich to trample with iron heel upon the) Harrison's organ, thinks it has not n souls. With STANr'imn, KV -. is n hare-- 1 sound principle nor a healthv idea, but tinues to vex our democratic common citizen. Communism " 7 . t i T 7""i Whitlev conntv inthe rcimhliciiu 10th. nn i fill thing, nnd a menace to peace and or- is a plain appeal to class interests in sup.' l.)r an election in fght mean something else! J'.' ganized government; but tho commun- port of a pet jKilicy, The Cincinnati to democra besides gall and worm-woo- d ism of combined wealth and capital, tho it maintains with vliror and oy. llrethrcn, help us, for we are in a And every thing has been selected with great care, the senior memoutgrowth of overweaning cupidity nml t ut tinus with eloquence the President's hades of u llx." All right; woshallhave Mdlisliness, which insidiously under- n is tarill' reform views and ber's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with I'liUilolui. fiiratli hnnti'ti, intnnii tint j,.u... nml intiMrritv nl fri'l' unu :.. Bivic,. luiviiiii- - :.. Miuciuviit .. ...1 her joined to her idols as soon as the otlirr nut lu trttp.it'i mi our lau.i li.lirrmt'li Hint ..l.... n .....I -- ..:i.i in ......i.j ... iiietii'o r....j witliout """ i....!.,i ,,, ' h at all aui.li will tn piuo utiM tu the (ill- discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons institutions, is not less dangerous than mnIly fr.mkness. The measly Com- with cash and icit extent of the Uw Signed the communism of oppressed poverty j nu.n.j.,i Gazette says the ponderous mud-- , is back on his old T.J IIII.I.. C. M. Mku-iivf.UO !) llOI'I'KK those who pay promptly on Jan. 1st and July 1st is especially I..M .MckUllKlllS.JK. .M.v.. IIAl t.HMA.N. and toil, which, exasperated by injustice ,as 8pun ,j8 conceits- to an love, the Hopkinsville South Kentuck- - UOIir Mi A LIS IKK. I. li IIRl'CK and discontent, attacks with wild disor-- 1 jnortlinato length and from beuinniiu; to i:in. and his salukitorv shows that ,Hj S IISIIAVK.S. Ml IIAIIJIIMAN, desired. lir.iMU i M ir.l.A.MI der the citadel of rule, hxisting evils t.,i jt j rnt nilll lt)t it.will remain. The sojourn on the Pad lie Coast lias not .ll.t I'KXt K HHIVHIM F.l Asking a share of your patrouage, wc arc Respectfully, and injustice should bo honestly recog- - l,0uisvillo Commercial 'calls it a string dulled his humorous propensity. He nized, boldly met and eirectively reine- -' 0f wen-wor- n stock arguments, ten col- - s;iy.s that tho settlement of such &JI died. There should be no ccsstttion of ,imns in leneth and loaded to the muz-- i w.'i,.l,tv i,ii..,.tSfinni iln mliustniKiit of I -- m Am-ijthe struggle until a plan is perfected, zlu witli platitudes nnd remorse. The' the tnritl', the disosition of the surplus ihe fair and eonseivative townrd existing in-- 1 Courler-Journali- s r more than pleased 'and the annexation of Canada will be C( I I f U l dustries, but whidi will reduce the cost and says it is plain, direct, conclusive; no left to the great dailies, and that the ad- -' LUAJ.,j to consumer of the necessaries of life, j double dealing', no uinilogy, no retnie-- ' iustment of its own tarilf rates so as tol Ami lil Lti'tnioanMiiiuii oitiiid m mv .rU. ' while it provides fyr our tuamifacturvia tion. The democratic Cmujiessuu-i- i gen- - lvet the approval of advertisers, the ae-- ! '" Su,n' the advantages of freer raw inuterialslentivni)nrow nml commend the mes-- ' eiimnlntion of n nrlrnto mther than the Aie.-l :. Cot- --, t, -" Ub lall IU UIIU r. I kUII and permits no injury to tlte interests of sage, but the nnd ungentlemanly distribution of "Ipublic surplus, and the n ... mr a Cat! (ili t mi i. ...i-..-.- ' ep-- j American lalior. ineacK.iiie vcm republicans laughed derisively during its annexation of new subscribers instead JOHN IJ. IIIC.OINS, Sunfnnl. 6jll Node is spoken'of ns "deeply rvgretable," ,, ,ii by the clerk. Qf m,w dominions, are questions of far but his nfi'ensv was such as demanded' .'mnr ...., -- a w . Inumrt. tu him than thciso boarv THE FLORENCE Smai.i. says lie recognizes now tlie Diomnt and decisive action, lie congnit- of politics chestnuts ninths tin. fitmitrv tition the final tiassaire mistake the prohibitionists made all of the Chinese exclusion act and earnest along the line in running independent' JsXewYork City they have a Im-l- y I I have bouuht the right to invokes Congivss to tike iuunediatoj candidates instead of going in with some mnn incubator, into which children MI llx twewi . now Watliinc Machine nml ,.t tin..t r... .i scitiuiiiuiii i in .1...- .1 .!...:. .. ' iitlu.r ii'irlv- mil olootimr tlw lw.it mon ...l. nn-- uudi l.,.r ... ..I ....it.. " 1""" "I all who may wi.h to am their rrnreJ tofuriiUh i steps iur lliu iiiitwiutt win iismiiin cmthr- from the uk auu tcarinj inciiirnt t the old ptucex ol ouestion. A revision of tho L'ener.dien- - ' "i" savs, inc iiroinintlonisttt Have Held for further development. In the case of . . . . take ooe and tr it ami m tcmlmtit power in sa irl baby born 111 weeks before her, wanin. sfnn laws is uigently demanded, so as to ' tin; luiance ninotorry yU11ubm.i UiyiuK Hit twaare ful tonal districts, but wo have no represen-- . time, it has just worked very wisisfacto- - f yi"e u.rJemi'e'J r.Ve'rehaw,! meet s far as posille all meritorious the i'i.rece cases. The fact that there aro 10i dif- -' tntion. We have lost our opportunity rily. When placed in the incubator Wahii.i nwehine ,a fter a ihrouKh iri. ferent rates of pensions and theconshmt- - because we have placed party above st.pt. '.'rshe was only H inches in length ana'i!ii?ourVe"iueio"SprIJHtTltyft,e,ih Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchfor it .. ....., 1j !, I.- .tf ttiMfnt,. ....to ' nrmeili o. It is hotter that the saloon ,.. n...l l.,i ... T . - etery .arti:uUr, tuMiis all that m ..-.,- . . ......-- ........... ,. .. w.jiaafc. l' Win (laugher!)'. J W, Waltace, Dr. Iloiirne, maker with many years' experience, all work dono with neatness shows injustice and ineuiiality, and sug-- ' nhoultl go than that the prohibition par- - Week she was taken from it -- 0 inches Mr. S I Waller. A. I:. .Sine, Dili I'crkiHt. I.e.n ' Duililerar, J. V.. I.) mi. I.. I. Oawtou, C Vaiiey, and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eyo Olasso3 to suit tho . gests a revision. The principles upon ty should come." This is the most hen- - Jon;; and weighing li pounds. Tins time Mr. Amamla I'etik. (ietirtie I'eyton, Alct eye. C. C I Albert Camilen. which iiensions should be gmnted are in siblo thing that has emiuated from will perhaps come when children can be . K. Harrow A iclij. Kc4and anil many Sun Kamet. K M. other long time and is just what prolured like chickens are now. anuiel M.I.I LKIN. danger of being altogether ignored, and Hi d.Mji(rr'. at S Mc. lure. z already pensions are often claimed be- - every true tempernncv man lias wanted r . ... mm.. ...... t ;..!..! i.... ne iiiiesi irom ttr.est iruuiiaisuiai cause tlie aiinlicants are as' nin..li i.ntl. a aoiiL'. the democratic candidate for governor is tied as other succes.ful applicants, rathTiik Clerk of the House say it looks ,.t'eted. Cleveland's majority N about any disability reasonably er than upon (1,000. &c attributable, to military service. The now like the republicans will have but one majority in that holy. It tins bO rest of the message is a reviewof the re' i.nv hi r.ti.iu. ports of the various" heads of depart- - the case, Jen. Harrison will be urged to ' Firrt ii SuujVct bin DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, call "" ,Al" session ViW."M"".v "" soon nwMer.t tLecz.ir' UoS was recent railroail bodv """'i killtst. hut the ments,of which we make mention else-- J G , Sh-.l- l ..n.mnesllHM)ower,, that thv ie-- i 6 BUd or sorry in where. The entire suppression of .j, FANCY ARTICLES, &0. ptioncf ., 1. 1. .. ' Dubhcans can ortfiuizo nnd thus avoid .. me nimr ot iiotuic:ii ucicm. t l rr "'l"llk ?' ''" lii'o uiiicrness ut .1 i. .ft'u,Jw r de- I'h)'.iiwn. in ripliui.. ..uricly .amrKinlKlc J. paper and is bound to the risk of beinir thwarted in wU ay it i charactenz''s the tli c&ir'n fuvnritr- signs by death or other l'rovideutial bin- - was killed; if no look sorry tlif.v will ilnir increase public admiration for thogrand-es- t ur it Trances. is Ixraiwi it was the ilo unci not the t'TMT HUSTONVILIiE. KY. man of his day and create additional that vriu killed Kither nv v art lot. Sr s II In tin t nn I if 'y Arr .1 J" it' regret that he was not It is stated that Of tho 1,000 voters of you litter in Hib-rPhiladelphia Hrconl. thini:si, STOCK OF WATCHES, n.,.Tiuki 11; lie In r lii.tt mil THE LARCEST ., :;.XW are pur Chemung county, toi k '( C",i.t .ml C ki'.nl II 1. nil- - ami Kol. of t iff) itt r.pu. n i.ur - i' . h it ti ml A ;ii'tri)iillt;ui NoUr. CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILYERWARE. Tub postmaster general's rejiort shows chasable. The proportion may not be l i.rt Mr .tun .1 Knnas City Kmident (on lioard train to nrw nn ..1 nip. iifmir l.iiiiir-- . in e will J h I!v l'er brought that there are now .")7,:J7ll postollices, an as large all over the country, but no one (rMn hut h nn.t l'i r ih Pn itmn Well, o have reuehl thu our fvt'tiA tu ..n netftliitj- - 4iith.iii in iinr llic liwrl. increase of (!,rM. Of this great number outside of the initiated has any idea how j itnuigeri of i lie sir, t uiul it hf CI k 4m1 t rry lt. 114 tf metropolis Kic-.went at ilic growing :i r ru! urr.mieii. the postmasters at only 1,244 were re- many men in every community can be liikt NVnrv in Kansas City. Tliis u Kight nml Fortieth street! moved during tho year. The service bought in an election. It is as iiiiii-- h u Hundred Stranser out of the window) cost the country Sl.lOO.lT more than source of wonder as it is a cause for Well, what is that peculiar iioImjF the receipts, which were $o'J,0i.'i117i. Un- alarm. 1 Knnsas City Itociileiit That, lr, U the der the law authorizing allowances for cio.king of frogs. Our elimato hero will K01: a longtime part v lines have not rniso nnytlilng. Now Vork 81111. rent, fuel and lights, l.'.JLSS olllcuia lnue aki:tiiosh who mm. low received the benefit, but he thinks the been drawn in the municipal elections' A rft Sitlijiet. A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. law should be repealed, a. the best in- in Louisville, but they were in the elec- ; Practical Economy in all A eorrespoailent tusk The Boston Ololx-- : tion Tuesday, and the icsult is most grat- "Can n iierson ohtain lulitilsiiou to tho Old terests of the service require discretionary authority in the heail of the dvpait-niei- it ifying to the democrats, every one of LailieV Home, us ii hv collecting Sin li linliits and practice aro lurplv living allowances having regard to whose nominee were triumphantly elec- - l.OCO.OOO old io.tn;; fctjonpsr' Tim OIoImj replies in the negittfvti; but we should think due tu a knowledge of tin' otitidi' world local needs. The report also recom- ted. The election was held under tho the jierson who pcn'orias mieh a task would ami its allairs, e.tiucd from careful si tidy mends tlie repeal of the. franking privil- new Wallace law, which is said to have have no dlllleulty In Buttlnj;ndmlttl to and reading of the better class of Mltiio- - Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formorly occupied by ' any insaiiH asvluui. Norrlstown Her-nlege and a yeaily allowance of MamjH worked most satisfactorily. I1ILITVN Nun'fl'M'EU" Midi IK Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s Bakery, Restaurant and for each Congressman and then all semi-olliciTiinotlieial and returns They wiU constantly on hand evcry-lll. 1 Calilornia Fruit store- would bo. placed on equality and none The Omit I.tlerury C'uuU-rTflO WflAlVhr flnflllhiflii ! from all the States show a popular ma- -' thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Beat of 111) U11C1 Tho projiosptl oxhllilt of Chicago pork In II UVjA.1 could make use of the mails for iiuolli-cia- l jority for Cleveland over Harrison ofj Paris Is very llatterins to this city of culture, matter. uanaies, rrmts, wuts, iitc. meals served nt any hour. about loO.OOO, or double that over ISlaine N'olwdy. Is trying to get up nn exhibit of Itos- - In Worth, Merit and Knterpric. the ton beans lu th French uietrofxillsi, Chicago Kinpiirer certainly ilaiuli ut the luud of With bur NiJ.nOi) lepublican majority in 18S4. According to these reports the is rapidly coiiiiuj; to Ihj recognired ns the nioderii journull-iiii- . Kansas elects but one negro to the legis- democrat increased their vote 44l,4 10, Kreat literary center of this country. Chi- - ' Its uiaiuiuotli k'uo Kivft rnoiu for thirty and the' cngoNews. lature, the first one over so honored in tho republicans about Respectfully, licrcent. more rending In information, R. ZIMMER, ));t,:iH:, while the labor that .State. She pride herself, too, on prohibitionists news and intelligence ft from the mint An Old Truth Illmtrute.l. ' Wholesale and Retail. being tlie banner republican State. On vote fell short over :M),000. "The silent pressuro of thu hand U often of reliable .source, direct from a i;orH nl mora vital Kod than a wlidle volumaof ool over twenty-liv- e the other hand, tho banner democratic : , hundred correipondeut", !' CnniY, a Itaptist preacher, who coiinw;!," ays a philosopher. Bothuhn.lboy'ri representing the iutcrotx of the D.illy nnd State, Texas elects flve ncrocs to the' that he w so completely sancti-min- d mother thiul.'H, and sho knows Just whuritthu Weekly Kiupilrcr In every mit of the legislature. Speaking of negroes calls to 'la ho cannot sin, is in jail at Col- - hand should bo proierly nnd elfcvtb lyap-- i country. plied. Soinerv illo Journal. the fact that the next C()11,rt,rt "'," " on.m.tt.ngiiiape on adaugh-- , . A Public, Honof.ictnr iK'yond all will have one colored member, Cheat-- ' U'r "f ,,,el!?' C umhfr- - M,r- c,irr' Ih t"" j, " ! because absolutely freo and Indeoir Dutj-- . ham, of Xorth Carolina. . -. Mis- Keunc (to handsome young pliyslclitn) -gooil for tnis worltl entirely and should! pendent of all combinations, pool. IruMn. x-T- .,. . n Mt k. t ' ,,tJ Oh, doctor, liow '''idiate)y assisted to the next via ing this evening! do you do? You look kill- hyudicatci anil organizations, ('an ii,nh A coxTKMi'oi; uiy calls attention to the truth and.statu fact of uumuisiiiitblc hm' .. !!.. I 'PI fact that for .'! vears Old John IJrown'n llu' hempen route. ..!... i.iiui'1 lili.icbi .V. mill, IKllll. ,1,11. ' J ! "l '" l,w 'c"',1,s "f la,'RL, .. ., 1..!.. ...... 1.1..:.... I.... .,.,., but I'm not; I'm off dutv. dJu't you kmw- .!..!.. ...q....K ." v..v cay. JJ.lV. .McCllKlKV llHH lieen promoUMl t.l 'oiiinierciaI Allalnnnd JIarket I! jM.rts List &ju ay was the annive.sary of his thu Iieai of tll0 Fo,vi MMm CTottii.tit-deat- h Drakn's ilajazino. from every known center In tbecountrv, on the ga lows at Charleston, . tTO , Ul0 ,.,in,rill,llls,llp o( exceed in detail all others. It is the I'm wi Cood i;.iniii fur Him. Va, then in Old irg.nia, for iiicitiiiK j.rivato Ijui.Ih. .Our townsman, W. K. First Citizen I'm proud of my wife. She Only Paper that can fill tho place nf w and leading an insurrection at Harj.er' Vlirjl011 wj cau tpeaK live dltlereut Inngiingei. iiow oral, where only ono can be airortleil. . ., b!Wli ,,y many languages does your wife ppenkf Itcust3d.t.r)aycar, yetrondersa scr. '0lry- j as the tiovernor will iipioIiit him secre- Becond Citizen United .Staten nnd baby ' ,, tllL' ''"'''"ittee. The pay is $o a talk. That's enough tor uie. Uiirlingtoa eiUal to that obtained at fiom two to I l)i:. Kmma Chkx.mi.t, a gradunto of tiir' times that sum through other Jounm Fivo Press. medicine, lias hung out her shingle at ""J'- Kcoiiomlcally it is tho Cheapest. Iicciiiim liiulm-HDull. tho Largest and Rest. Tho Vest evidci.c U'xington. Unfortunately sho limits j Tun Ohio White Caps have inado bold "How's business slnoo her practice to women and children, or enough to threaten citizens of Cineih-th- o b:uebull club manager of ejection1' asked ono it comparison or trial. (Jet a hample ... another. . blue-gras- s '"". dudes would soon bring atj. Those who have read his misora-her- n vi AV lllli , , JdiVSBRaVfnvpgyM, Bl "ilighty dull," was thu dineouraglng reply. free, or hand your Fiibsciiptlou ( agent or the ostiuastcr. ii fortune, if she is pretty, which hi. betters will be "I've only bold two plaj era this ruek." against Herald. tako for granted. ,,,1 w,t, they get hold of Plural Hal- THE DAILY T3XQUTRER. 1 mo. 3 mot. fl wn. stead. i ... .. . r: .: uuu .. No Nuielty for Him. vi.ro-IinBiurl.iy an riiulv ...SIW fi.Tf. vtuu ... .uuii. n. a risK. limy got 7ri f j ; Friend Doctor, did you ever light a duell Jtolly ' ao X'Si i. and Balva l.ockwood, but two in Tin: prcHidentcIcct lian goim grouse Doctor A duel? No; Indeod. What novKentucky. Honors 1110 mighty near limiting and for tin; time la Kifo from thu elty wivjld it bo for mo to kill a man I Texas JOHN R. MoLBAN, Publish:.-hungry hnrdu of Blftinc even betwein them. . CIMCUJKATl, O. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal EL (Do BlGPiLililT,; W P.WALTON, MERCHANT TAI LOR FALL . AND WINTER GOODS. ' tlt-pl- i ' NEW STORE I Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, UF & J SBTOTICE! . a iiiDry Goods, :.::";rv z:z .I.. : .:::.," r ,, .;:. ::," DENTIST, "'I'1' w-.- POSTED. rl ill 77t I'' iLllELlLj .litUl nil v-v lH f r IIA J THIiIS well-know- l . j $ .,j . (cr - ., 1TETV CO Mjnn w YABD. or , ()) IjIIjI ('( SEVERANCE & SON. rni i ZFLIE.A.SZEJ " -- .. d , ! ui. obsbbve I , j. M'ROBERTSSTAGG a i ' i 'WASHING MACHINE! - www, AHmurA'MwmT .- u, !... c i;u-iui- ... oer.-Congres- WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. ;,..:... ...... .' j i i a ItvlK-claw- , ; DRUGGIST JBWELBB, fPH Ra-sln- , ....,... CZars,. Kn-nm- J. T. SUTTON A i.tl 1 I ic-1 li. ) 11. CO., 1 m. 1, 1 11111 -- TKE MOST Successful in Life: 'flip. NEW I NEW new: 9 U ' j . lo OTIMEilil keP uta, st i J li FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE i I'l tl't (50FFINS, BASKETS, R OBE -- ! - t "nni - .- ': wm ..,... 1 I l. j ,, -- j -- -- . we,0 i "WAIiLiAPEK and FITRKTITUHE. '. 1 , , COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. olllcc-K'cker- nv' 5. -- . - -- v - r r'1 ij.V, b 'it. j. y t h...- - i. &'''f4rt.&tJkii. tfu-- . Semi-Week- ly Interior journal Ivy., Dkcemmmi 7, 1888 Nt:w Yoiik rouiitH ut Zlnniiur'H. IIo(i.Sti:ai.i.u. I , Jiif).Nowlnti(llinHlicii ... a.n..ki,.-2,- 000 ....,.'". ..., turkey . Stanford, ity in ferreting out mieli innttcrx, lio put Xotili:. Loiiin5elilegul, iilioluumiih-- ! Iiit on to St. Tlie result wiw that lie tt. C. WA.UTON.UUH. ManoKor or, will bo In Stanford leeo.iiilor 11 and found tlio hog rondy for table uniut tlie An liiei ulr of V II HocUir, dc. will xcll will uiOHt likely discontinuo after that Iiouwj of Dnvihon lioo;li,coloiiMl,ii dozen at his late reMdrnce in Stantnrd, milex from FurriV. He iiUo found that ON SATURDAY, DEO. 22, 1888, date. L't Published Every TuoBdiiy And Friday another nouro. Arch AilniiiB. had done Promptly nt o lock, all A.N interohtinu' and cliiiriiutvrSstic let- nnd AT tlio Mtealing, ko (joocli was arrested for pcrnonnl, onuting of thehu property, rnl tor from .Judgo .M. C. Saulloy at Jra-lauiH has w.i.ivliiK Moleii property. Saj'JSIt VJCAH.IN AJJVANC15 mio, Wyoming, came by Homo Place of Eight Acres, last eveniiiL'V H ii, mil. v i...i . t... t iivh, .uiiiuu nin nu in going to train and ill appear in our next Issuu. uV,. llin or irHt a im,m,strjlu. erVhtn not .o P,d $a.BO will be cturged.' And a . "' - t o,,. Wl i i'""-'- . . , i. "(J,' i dohiK Koino more good detective work. ,,,. a ,rg0 A Il0rt t,mo ,(J,0 ,,, NKW ADVEUTISKMKXTS ,oKrtolMi,mlkiiijliiKXcwlnirHnbll - Executor's Sale. H I - STMFOBD FISHING MILL GEO. D. WEAKEN, Buggies, Of the Business of Mrs. J. F. WEAREN, dealer in CO. j i I Flooring, Sidings, CciHng, FiiiiNliing Lumber; Moulclin-- s, Brackets, Scroll Work, Frames, Sash, Doors, minds, Veranda Work, Etc. A. C. SINE, Superintendent. o 1 i.. HOUSE AND LOT, BOTH IN STANFORD, Jennie MATRIMONIAL "MATTERS. Hint for divorce from her husband, John K. The latter on the Soutlmule of Main trcel, ipK. CARD. lteCol -- Miss Alattio Hreck, daughter of Dr. phce WcUh't ant kimwn u he lid IVndlctmi W. rennington, iillcKitifc liiliuiiuui treat- Tin lcvui liowluiao in . rct..rnli. inent, and H. L. Ilreck, was married yesterday at AIw i llrood Mare, i Milk Com. Household her attorney has liad Ills prop-- ' i m ui And Kitchen Furniture Mr. Lucas Ilrodhead's, in Woodford erty of all kinds attached. TUMits. All mm of "Jio And under, cash in county, to Lt. Carter, of the V. K. Navy. hand ; over tlut ntuoiint, a ircdil of 6 .ind is L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tin: (iiiestion of damage mmtnincd by William F. Tate and Fennelia Swee- motah, with Interest from date KO. CAKIIiK, 11. .1. Darst and the Oivxloy heirs ney, a young couplo who had elojied U31l,mi Mrs. Mall train Koine North All pttsons knowing indebt"..ijip mi by reason of the .Stanford, Uix River & from their homes in Casey county, this edJC. II, cutiite . ill pleuc comethemiclve and settle South. to the forward Lsprcts tram " South .. "liJ'Srn Oiirrard County Turnpike running thro' State, riding all .Sunday night in a buggy Noitu Local Kitluhi North la",ls W,,H m,,,mI '1'iK'H'Iny "I ' ' "o to reach the nearest niilioad station, arp i" lm'lr ESTRA-ST- I .South The latter train lo curry passenger, o'clock yesterday 1'li.h in t Foreign and American fab-- i rived in the city at Solar; The above it CAlciilaltd on standard time A KI'.I) COW iaiiu to my liuum latt May and In Hen for .Men's and Boys' suits, troiixf n afternoon, and, crossing to JoHersonville unit is about 10 minutes fatter. Owner can get her hy payim; fi r hir e still there. land overcoats fur tlie Holidays, just re were married by Justice Keigwin. Kccpinc mid this ud'rtisement Commercial. MRS. I'All INF HAYS, ceived by John II. Craig k Son, with MEANS BUSINESS. .Stanford, Ky 8$ Mr. William J. Davis and Miss Cora T llroivnlng, King .t Co., New Nork, am 7, Wati'IUw aii'l jcwclrv repaired and' Samlidge, both prominent young Leu Wauamaker.V Urdwn, ',. ade ph a. l'h To the Citizens of Stanford. trranted A It l'oiiifv people- of Danville, Ky., were ipdetly Tut: beet place to buy drugH, patent medicine, and toilet articles is at A. It.! lmiM:i by the jumping oil' of four married in the parlors of the Louisville I rented the freight cars HI mil's this bide of Louis- - Hotel tills morning at about 10 o'clock. sey have will occupy melt business of V. F. RamI'onny's, thttxhop on l.anraMer street. and They arrived in the city this morning, ask a Ultra share of pjtronace Huv your (school books, Ink, tablets. villi1, the express due here at midnight Jtii i' df.i'auw. M?r, ivnctta ami school Mippllcs oi " did not arrive till vesterdav morning, accompanied by Mr. Addison M. King, I! Fenny. lints from A. It. as our business malinger, who wa on it, mid on their arrival at the hoteb sent for WANTED 1 gunranteo all watclu ami every ar knows to his sorrow. I lev. V.. L. Fowers, who tied the nuptial tide of Jewelry I sell to be just u repro knot in the presence of Mr. Willson, Mr. farm containing want to rent a Lincoln Mmtitl. A. It." Fenny. Ji:i.i.K-furnishes another homicide to iCelloy, of the hotel, ami Mr. Charles 40 or So acros or land. 30 tocountycorn and remains no in her long and everlncn'asing list, tireen McDowell, of Danville. The bride mis dprin Krass. Must have comfortable dwcllilij; and neceMry outtiuildini;s Will piycah. PERSONAL POINTS. Fcrklns, a niIooii keeper, shot ami killed one of the most popular young belles of T (i. TAYI.OK, Ky !eorK' Slaughter, a colored miner, who Danville and is highly connected, and l..w returned fmm Mi..MIIiii threw a rock at him, when he put him the groom is a young busiMontlccllo. mit "' 'I'1' wtloon after he had gotten ness man connected with the firm of KQTICG TO CREDITORS. Jl'IMiK AMI Mil. J. W Vhoiln went drunk and troublesome. How land it Co. Fost. Iiiisvillo Wtttlnesilay. I I j "" ;,: "" C.LOCALTIME . ..ro.ght Mangr' I I Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons r I Road Carts, Speeding Carts, . AIT 1 Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, Log Wagons, Buggy Harness, Wagon Harness, Reapers, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Grain Drills, Corn Planters, Harrows, Plows, Oultivaters, Enrjine3, Thrashing" M iohine3, Clover Hullers, Saw Mills, Feed Cutter3, Horse Powers, Hay, Grain, Seeds, Coal, &c , All of Iju-isvill- I i - uluih are carefully .elected from the Standard Mnimfai 'or , I I I I eof tho countrv. S ."i i I j -- Si-- Tim-Hill- , JISTJD - well-know- n for 'Novcinhor wti.i ".() I ttit'litts, iihoiit I an incli ovor tlio iivomuc iti'djltiitioii for the Inst 10 years. Sofar tilt! wt'atliiT lias Imhmi uiiiisiially mild, Mivi llii.ti: Itit'ii.viiDS and Foxie no itild Hiiaps or snow storms to h'iik Feiinlngton are visiting friends in of oirnrriiij:. I'"armi'rs toll us that jml-' int: fioui tin tliiiuifss of the eont shnek Cickiio Hai.i., the muiteouh manager the mild weather will continue llininli of the Wrought Iron ItangeCt). was bore the wintor. - "is down .M misii.m. (.!. S. Caiiimi.ntijii with something like the. fever. Ml Aiii;i..M)k IIoimikin, of Winchester, Is the guest of Miss busy Tate. ti Tin; miiifnll ' DEATH'S DOINGS. Miss j - yesterday. W Mn. aU, Kiiki.in, ltitell's enthuslas Nn iih tltnt n liu was letiirnine. from epiusuntative, was here this week tulk-t)semite mil- I.lourty mwlny via the hiK bootH ami hIiws. rond, two ears iiiiihmI the truck on a Iiw. (J. 0. Wim: nml rhlMrwn fiuve wnmitlme trout It? a f0w mllm fnmi the tiiunel and to Clovtir.rt to. went )o).mell into the mvine below. with her father's fniiiily. drew iiettr. She of Mn. lL II. llA.VMtiiii'i, of Somoiet, wiis I'ortnnately they broke loose from the talketl of death nml hei anxiety Uoro this week to see his old friends. He tuiKlm ntnl fmm the NKs.,.iijwr nir at- - to meet her Savior, and exhorted her . itllliMaill tf II f It it. kill lllufMlalf -- tttilitt.!. ..( .1 " m.tv father ami olliurs to live in hiiuIi a man- v ik now wiui uii uejioner. los of jiroiwity would Mil. asiiMiw. J.()m:xiiaiui,of.Vew;,,"i,lniblij j,.,,,,, mr ,, , IMll,.t lt.r llt jis "vo Is'un enacled. York, arrivislTuesdiij, looking evon hot For sevend vtstrs Miss MnirU was an tor than whon they lull (wo years iio. and pumtual eorrespoii.lent of iTseenisthat Mr. Thomas Ciiv. ivn Mix. .1. II. Ilts'lisl.w. of Col. ;. Him ia er, wiueii sue iook reai .iw- 1.1.....11.1 .....1 ..tit. 1.1 uinbla spou ..Iff I.I ... town and for whieb wo have been mud, li,l, nlneplny (, ftii t w1 iKim indebted to her Sim was a very lova- enn,tetotl.e...aniHKoof.S..,Htorllar.(tlKuav(miii Wtwh ..or, ns ,h",r lnm whom hei M,i.I-an- . lMHK and Ami Ihhy , ther frion.ls in oxtendin to the weep- ' imIiimm-- 1 .:,. Mvuih, of Ijuniifttor, woreovfir condolence, oure. I he marriage was llnallv eonsuin-da- int,' pjuvnts our heaitfelt tONe Mr. John 1 . Mvere, who tloesi mated KldorJ. (i. l.ivinp,ton preached the afier the old man had rolontoi , . , at the Christian church, "'1 " H'l wife spent the iiIkIu at i lt'l...Vs- ..f l ltl. i. ('nib Orchard, yesterday at II o'clock, ' hi" house. .nor iMtiviilfi. afUl a iU to Nw OiIimiiwi lie next dav Mcbiui wantafter .which the remains were interred in imt'k to his far o I home wit to ben-- ; ol , . . who with her liilsind, , at tiie llaptit ... . the fuuiilv huryiux-j'roum- l ins inn uiKii, 11111 ninanil mi- fited by tho eliHtiKo of air. iiaMlltHlly refusl to accompany him. ebuirh. .Mih. Kati: IIay- - reeolved a dlssilch Kntiootiu went in vain ami Mebine , CHURCH AFFAIRS. Mr. .1. V. ystunliiy that her it up'asa bad Job. He thou went McGurdy, vai wry III iintl shu loft by J ae -- The Ilnptist church at Washington, to Kliler . I. (i. l.iviiipto!i, who had tied lioim in Kansas the noon train for Mason rounty, burned Stindny night. tlio knot, and demanded that the lieotii-City ... rQllfjllt be rettiriied to him no that the niiirrini'u '0J' .!,")). .; ... Mil. V. S Muni's, of the ",, ci,,.,!,,,, v;..,...... .., hool will niijiht Is mil nml void, lite preacher ran l!at.i to ws here a slinrl ,r tnno itl ine i tvMivienan t uivh proper . ,. .... 'txiihiiniil tlmt In eoiibl not iinmarrv UtlH Ill. UH lllkOUIIIIHIIiyM Mllll hill, nml that he whmis llrnily jojuwl to n.ivi Smuliiv In- iiit'itiitiiin .' . ... . . Mid. '.. T. Swr'eney's inoetim,' litis the woin.iu iis though ho bad lived with bast rmifMon the ma.ket. "' ndihtions to i.ate and the intereM her 10 years This did mil sutisfv him. I'aiis Iventuukian. (mi ho went to County Clerk Cooper ami 's i'ls'ioasinj.'. CITY Af.'S VICINITY. l''v. 1. P. Hale is conduetinna (r.i- wanted bun to out the whole! l at Covington, at which tlilu.' mill he would p. lcl; dome as he ''"" revU-aXrAMKItrs at Zlllllltl'. '" SOi'ouN have already found Christ. u five num. Of courve he .'live efliue. ;srw llntj ilk velvet iieektiiis at Hniee, himthesan.eiuforiuationthattluipreneh.i Fnincis Murphy, who has boon McKobortf.'. cause for 1'J ri,mj. 1I decided to make one more lM)rin in the temp-run.'Mliuntwi tlmt U,lH)0,iMK) persons nml newrdlnly wont back, hut Foi I'avT Alter .Inn. I a cottage. Ajc olloit havo sinned Hu pledge under his em- wbetliKi- bo siieuL'edod or not in indue-l.ieeit Mini Mury IleaRley. jily to Misies '1 ",lV1' n' of '"-- ' l," her to aitiiiiiiriiny him wo have not ""'i luinaiued la.tl.Iul to tl.elr vows. .Maoxoiia, Concord and Cutawba been able to lourn Kev. James Snowden, for 'JO years a gmpM, Klorlda oniu.'i', jioiiis, lls, Mt iini.it in Tons. Yesterday mornChristian iitiniMtT, has been hejd in nil frvt.li, at S. S. Mjois'. nppli, ing ut o'clock Tom Hnrpei shot and on a ehdii-- of mail robbery at Cenkilled West Hansford, another noi-oter UidtftvArk., whore he was deputy Sjiiamno, ishiinipooiiic and done in the latent ami most uppiovcd the ball enteilu his foitihead, cnisliiiiK iitiiiiistor. When arreste.il hu had upon his person $1)00, including three markstyles nt .less Thoinpt.on'o ToiiNorinlArt into the brain, which oo:ed out anil the stops iiinl tho side of the ed billsv which had been used as decoys Hooma. house where lie full. Harper enmo at by the postal inspectors. wiu. for the next JW days Oiler my once and delivered himself to thu stock of ntilllnory and notions nt resaying that he and his wife wuro .Iudp Mcllr.iyer, of ljiwitd.cebui)', duced prices. Mrs. M. Tiihler, MolCin iininelin, when Hansford hallooed up is tlyiiir from a stroke of paralysis. nay, Ky. and told him to stop that d n noise, lie Two of Old Hutch's clerks teplied "you had better makome," whun ed witli Si'0,000 of tho amount be made ., ' All parties imt paying their tuxes in .... .1 .1... .... ..." .1...' .!..- -" w oui oi me t. .In.capi wnoat, ueai. " ' ' will llml their the next few - W.lKtlUl. WIUCIl lilt I'lMMHH'UllS WUIll inn iiuui. Ill' Hill T)llIlllssl 1IIMHI Illl tUUU UUKllll Hi Slinur In ml fill Ikitil ,midot. bis piMolandasIlaiisfortlopim to make two States of, has Hl),l)00 smiaro II. T.. I). Now MUM 4..l i...s.. IIIVJIIU od the door he llred and tho man fell HI miles, while Toxas has 'J.Vi.OOO and Cali-o- r land, shcrifr. 'J feet to the (round, ilyinjj; instantly. fornia I.VS.oth). A Maissachusutts woman's lifu was for n iIauih.Kl. ii our net .Itidce Varnon sent Harper to jail and Look out Harper's wifo saved by her bustle. She fell through a Issue from thoso entorj.riHini Ham illu 'set his trial for merchAnts, Holnirtson it Kinnitiul, tell-- says that Hansford's remarks wore in a coal hole and that appendage kupt her In nil about their opening of ko.mN, playful tone and that her husbmid hud from ioin to the bottom. no cause whatever to kill him. So far The Standard Oil Company Is nmk-iiisuitable for diristm.m pivstuits. :m wo en learu thorn had Ik'hii no tmu- arrangements to huilil a pipe line ;, Tin. nssassinution of U'o Carter is ex- - ',1.1., ii.m .....1 from the Ohio oil Holds to St. l.ouis, cnsabli! undor no stato of tuise. If he jcalouis.v existed. Harpor c.uiie luno where oil will bo tmnspoi tod for distri- was liuiltv of tlusuchinji froni Allanta, liu., a few yearn iijjo and btition throui'h tlio Southern and Southwile tlien ami mere was urn mm. o. nogro western Stateis. He irnu n 'raziertohav.-tal.o- ii the law into ! ,vj,iu, m.01)(,d bears a fair lvputa-amit0 This from yesterday's C'ouriei-Jou- rif over. A I. preino. tlon. Hansford had been back from tlio nn is all we know about it: "Huv. Uoo. itated and oowaully murder is all that it penitentiary but few months, to which o. Itdrnes, tho noted ovunINt, who was looks like at this distance lie whs sent for two years for striking, expected to arrivo In Louisvillo yester" Ax Indian Patent Medicinesliow want- I'al.ih Hnrkut, a white man with n rock day, failed to do so, but he is expected of which ho died. Tliis ed hoi.' ed the Opera House for three weeks at from tlio oU'eots -- Tho fover has not entirely let up at the pi ice lor thiee iiijzllts, but the occunvd at a Cliristmiiscolebnition three about This and several other .lauksonville, Kid., yet, there boinj;-- new proprietors eouldn't moo it. No man who Jtuih hKo. property ean allbrd to lot jstamvs have oecurreil recoiitly in sup- - can's Wednesday. The work of fiiml"..- port ot 1110 iriiiuoi iiioDimicaiseiueuce: tion and disinfection uoes vigorously foi"-lot tho'st? concoriiH havo it at any reason man's blood by man ward. .Since Monday morning about able price. One I'rou show would dam "Ho who shoddoth shall his blood bo shed." It is a pity 17.) liouses have boon fmniuti and ae a hull about as much us dozen or lli.it it does not always prow the rule. the infected beddi.iiK ilestroyW dinurv entcrtainim-nt-1 pus-to1 " Ci.i-- i: Cu.i.-I- )r. o. II. .Meltolnits j j Admr. of Sarah Cook, and .Mrs. Kato Kjilit'rt, dit'd at (filbert Crrek, Ky. 8j (I o'oloek their home in Crab Diehard at Wednesday morning, of eotisiimjitioii, aged LM years. Of an unusually bright t and happy iliNpositioii, iitaiiy friends to her, who will road these am AisMitfnr W. T. Woodward' lines with deep regret for her untimely death. She had been it member of the COMBINATION SAEE ! r (.'hri.'stinii ehuteh for veins and her Which lommencct l'cl. IS, lEto. Those desiring tells iw she wus it model one in every vntn blank can obtain them by nddrcssinc me W.M Kl'fc, close January t, 1889. respect. Her simple trut in her MtLster ii. Danville, Ky was strong and crew HtroiiLi'r a" tlio M. .Maio Kslicrt, ilatijihtor of iWj All persons holding claims against Mrs. Sarah Cook, dee'd, will present them, properly prnten, ' to lhcunderiKned nn or ticforp December 15th,! C :ess 1 ns K01IIN.SON, TO HORSEMEN I Mens and Women's Bro-gaKip, Calf & Grain. We are sole Agents for the um-me- nt Well ' D. Known WETER-PRQQF Buell's BOOTS. i ILTTMBEB, YARD! ( I. RUBBER-LINE- I "-.- I . j I have purchased the lumber yards of MeMrJ. Oeurge I) Wearen and I M Unite and will open a biz vard at the one tmrihated of Mr. Wearen llesides lumber in rough and dressed, I will carry a large line of window sashes, doors and shingles, lathf, posts and the picket fence formerly sold by r S O HOCKKK Mr. W'earcn. I 1 111 ... .,,..,,? -I '. .yu ,.. ,,... 'm BRUCE&MeRGBERTS SEW FURNITURE STORE ! MAtTC JffllCTFA - WOOD WALLACE, nm "h WE GEKTS' FURNISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. The fashions of the day in the Gents' furnish." udl alwjys be f und in my store. I am! aRcut lor the ludianapulis Siciin Laundry, the best l.aundrv in the world. ne y - v..-.u.rt- . 1 'MA?!, .I5 HOP, 2h tly . ,.,,.. I 1 I J M IMI.ION. K. K OASIS. I Mmw k u daiii-liter- HIXTON 8c niLtrxs , LiEALEMSIN ln-- r c Gcitcrnl 35ercliaiulise, KOWI.AND. KV I late a stus-complete in all its departments and desim tn call the attention id the public -In .. their ,... ...- -, si. . .niiui in.), v',.,....:. i,.ii&t vups. immiiK, if...inert "i ..icii IhMts, Shoes, Dry t.fxids, Notions and Kaiully (jrucf rlos. Country pnulnce taktn in exchange for;iHMts. Will h.tve our Christmas Snxk by tst Call in and look at it. -- Wi-U- ... . . i j. ,,.i - ' - i i , !' SLAUGHTER 11 HOUSE! la-- .i ce csiHiisc, yw, - 1 u vm;; built u new Sluughtcr House nttnm.li I dtsirst lu inform tfeu public that 1 am fully priMrd In hutclicr hoes and cuttle. Work to me will have mv personal aunarvlsion. ttitru.ied unit those b.i,iK animaU tn ki niay rest usMiml that thu work will lie Dually - prouptly done M. V Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. ! U-- a Si Kl.KIN, Mniiford. Ky QUEEN AND CRESCENT .ROUTE (Cincinnati, New Orleans 1'AVOIM niis-III- ", O Livery, eed and e , ludi-oult- hij S L-tS- r Sale Stable, & Texas Pacific Railway.) OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. IT LINK lib t'Wr.l'.N TIIK NOKIIl ANDsoUlll IN aji-- j SS. LIMITED EXPRESS TRAIHS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, HOURS. Through Cars to Now Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. I 1 olll-our- THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. i .i m in. Tir i: tiux A.s sreo uv ab'-con- ONDON, KV, j j i I i.i 111 ls I I -- 1 1ll - !'" . I ... I I 1 I (ood turnouts and saddle horses always (or hire on reasonable terms. I ondon It the most conven. icnt point on the railroad to reach places in the in the mountain section of the State. to i CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16, 1888. I UJfiA.13 ITiATNTFrii'CYn No. 7. ISO. J. TIlAIN'ft NTiKTII I lP. ll.T.lv .. - I R. B. GEOGHEGAN, SUCCBSSOK TO IKitlv. No. 1. Daily. Xu STATION.-.- . .. No. . Daily Kx.Sun. 4 ! to-da- 1 M'MICHAEL, 511 ; THE HATTER, 9 5.1.1ml J 47 pin V JJ 10 5Q a in1 70J pin 1037 I 111 11 jop m 7 is pm it oj pm 10 5 317.1m) ojim Soipin Daily j 15 a in I.'vc ' j 4TH AVENUE, 8 Lexington., m 40 pm 810pm ; 10 mn l.v. I.011. Ihiii S I K " yj pin 11 S m lojpa m Ar llunctn ' pin 111 W'llllaiHstnwii ...I.'vc ....... tietirL.rrtuvn. .Cincinnnii . ..A'r 6 40 a in 5 is) a in 4 'iiu' Ar Arr lttujn . lots in to a m '11 A l.v 1 I Dally 6 4J pin 10 2- a in t o l III 8 a in 4 t. . in m p it 7 ! " 41 p m 7 uo a m a 4 p Ul y 41J . in '1 m .v., N, a in . 5 N... 8 K LOUISVILLE. KENTUOKY. u,i:piii I 45 jo 14 I i ,......, f. 3 O o j The Nobbiest & Most Stylish 10 00 pill jop lip ill pm Itl pin i J9 pm y 10 p u ota i 16 .. u joa R a a J 05 a in t as a in m 11 17 in m 11 45 I 1 111 m !. 00 p in a is in 111 . Danville. junruon s. :i llurin ... isiani 5 .1 in ,1 a n I n -- K . 111 p m a m I' a; I 7 11 I .. uioum 11 iiini'i-iiii- l woll-bebavo- d i j s, FALL HATS, . .. .. j 415 p m pm o 0 30 impm v49l'mr m 3 10 il in yuiti in 11 111 111 1 as pin 4 .1 in II Oaliilale . . to p in Ar'v . t'rmttaii'Migti On p in I.'vc. Lliatlinrjoja.. 11a11. .. lliri'iinthain. 45 p in I.'vs in l'u.iloo:i . is ...bamrrsft .. . p in 4111 Kl in 0 s!ant 've Ar'v MJpm 45 pm I J5 pill I 1 .V' u to p in 4J n in i ui ou p in 11 T 7 4 1 1 jr JJ a 47 Da H 5J '" 111 m tn l pin .....' .,... 11 rouglu Id in lulling the Ki-- r I tin1 tity of l.uuisslllv, no open n sua 8 Ar's Ar'v. l.'ve. l.'ve Nevt . wotld-reuowii- rd ." KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & AikI and Cups CO'S. HATS , ! own iinp'rt.itioil of Kiif;lis:h Huts An clcjam line "I Canes and Lyon's Ifinhrcllas ulwiys on hind Fine ft u iss Ar'v .Shresrport Mann Ik.udoir llufTcl Sleeping Cam on all trains D i; HlWAKD- -. i.mi I'n. JOHN C lAl I T. (iencrai Manaiter, I OI IN J AN 1.111. It. C RltOI t. (.entr.il Siipcrintemlcnt i.in. .,. ljencralOm- - .St. IVnl ll.i Wtn, West r unli sir ,, C mt mn (. OI. ao p n p in I.'vc. Jatk.'n. L'v.. Vicl,lirj. Monroe .Merul.an llrleaii. Mcminn.. I I e ve .Ar'v Ar'v 4 9 loojp in J 35 I '" 0 o pm t p n. i' 4 . iu 05 m iT. Al'.s. ni Agt ' SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, n 11 1 . Orders oi'l- sldiiof city solicilid, (nsrfect ,itiruction Biiaran-tteDon't lull loonier i.N'UllltV IIAT; tyr filotei and other Fur, jiti;illy BRYANT& STRATTON Business College ltook Kcrptno, Short Jraiul.Telearaphifffai irrfl for Catalogue and full Information. I I ST tf I 1 1 O IsShLmEhij IV V 1B sssaVVl9w V l LWAl Al.- - vw 4 . r "- N- IMI Y v Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal mm POWDER Absolutely Pure. I ' llio Nicy nrutiiltous. Laudrum (real estate ngenli Tills Ills Ltporlrnro vsitli Wall Pnprrlnu nnil 'I lot you may have for f 400 n front foot. Dlngham iprospcctlngi Isn't tliat n trifle TiirkMi Itatli for Home l.Te. ' I Tlierv tuv ti tn-n- t ninny luxuricx nhlrh no steep Laudrum Steepr Nol Jurt loiik at the nmy tit'iit ourselves to, Btul iju it very eco- uoiulrally. too, If uo will go n't it. right. In magnificent sky over this lot that don't this vvny wo mil, nt n slight expense, have change anything fori Yonowlno's News. tliino timirortx rind oven luxuries for "lilcli A Polite I toy. te would otherwise pay a Rreat price. nrnt- Fur liftttiHt', I ivonomlciHl onwi In the BILL NYE ON DOMESTIC ECONOMY. . I 1 Rich and Poor, I'riuco nnd Peasant, tho Millionaire, and Day laihorcr, by their common tiao of this remedy, attest tbo world-wld- o of Ayer's IMIIs. Leading pby. nlcinui recommend theso pills for Stomach nnd Liver Troubles, Costive-ncs- s, Biliousness, nnd Sick Headache nlso, for llhcumatlsm, Jaundice, nud ; conNeuralgia. They nre sugar-coatetain no calomel ; nro prompt, but mild, In operation ; nud, therefore, tho very best medicine for Family Use, as well ns for Trawlers mill Tourists. "I have dcilved great relief from Ayer's l'ills. Five jears ago I win taken so ill with 1 d I.1CK T HL'lfFMAN, SUROKON DKNTIST. Kkntpckv, - SrAKcuHn, Office south side Mitn, two doors abtve Depot Si. iNEVVCOMB HOTEL.i MT. VERNON, KY. This eld ami llutcl Is still maintait Spe in its tine reputation. Charxss cial altf ution to the trat elmg public. Al. P Nl'.WCOMlt, Prop., j Sj-t- tornf .So uu wn .x..v, rt ...., t K""!"1 '"' smvisssi, litlf BAjMI Intvs .. hat thnmgh the paper so she could breathe, and then she laughed at me. That Is the reason never Ihn powder whole') vane. A mirvel ol purity 1 took another end of tlio pujier anil Mrcngth and More economical meness her face. I cannot tear to have any than the ordinary km Is, and cannot he sold in one laugh at me w lien 1 am myself unhappy. with the tntiltituilr or low test, short competition weight alum or phosnh.ite powders Sold only in It was good ste, if you merely desired to cans. Roval lUklsr, I'owdkk Co., disfigure a piano or a wife, but otherwise It tort Wall Street, New York. would not stick at alL 1 did not like it, 1 was mad about it. But my wife seemed quite C. A. BENEDICT &.C0.. stuck on it. Sho hasn't got it nil out of her I sf into preferred trotting stock. I vnd ii itx'ine in n liouoliolil hint, w it'll went on to state how otto should make ami apply 'vtste to wall paper, how to begin, liuw U apply tho paper and nil tlmt. The ( paste was mndo by uniting flour, water and gluw In such it way ns to secure tho paer to j tlio wall and et leavo it wnootli, mvonlitig First tho walls had to le to tho reciihv 'nixed," how over I took n tape measure and sized tho w.4l. Next 1 liegun to prepare the aste and cook some in a largo milk pan. It looked very repulsive Indeed, but it looked so much better than it Miiolled that I did not.miud. Then 1 five eeuts' worth of it on one roll I put about of wtper, and cot up on a chair to begin. .My idea was to apply it to tho wall mostly, but the chair tipped, and so 1 patwral the piano and my wife on the way down. My wife uioiioa I mn.T lintiging, avo tlif mei' haiiKcr' ilci-iilin- that I would bill nnd put the km lt Vernon, Ky. LOUIfi SOHLEGEL. , Tho nUYEHD'aUIDEii Issued Maroh and 8nt.. lesohyenr. It In nn ency Iclopodlis of useful Infor. ! 'mntlou for nil who pur. chase tho luxuries or thd nouossitlos of 11 to. We osn olothe you and Itirniih you with all tho neoosnary nnd unnocesnnry nvpliancos to ricjo, walk, (Ihiico, sleep, oat, 1Kb, hunt, work, go to church, or stay at homo, and in various sines, stylos nnd qunntlllos. Just figure on, what In roqulrodtodoisll theso thlnn-- , COMFORTABLT, nd you osn mske a fsir ostlmate or tho valtto of tho HUYEH8' GUIDE, whloh will be sent upon roceipt of 10 oouti to pay poatsgo, 0 1 4. MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. Michigan Avonue, Chicago, III, PHOTOGRAPHER, ItlC'IIMONIJ KV. Phetoraphs in all styles and sites. Pictures in India Ink, Cruyon aiul Water Colors. N'e do signs in Fr.imss .in J M its at vry low prico. 111-11- .... ....... KswAtli 111 you, darling! Little Dick Yes, mamma; 1 was 'frald she might stumble. 1'hiladelphia Ilecord. Two I'letiirrit, thk uooiiisu uusnA.vn. Wifo (after putting on a new dress) Well, John, buw ilo you think i look in it! Husband (without raising his o.mm from his paper) 1 guess its ail i iglit, W. But, John, you might took at'iu IL Oh, hang ill don't disturb me. W. (with a little gurgle in her throat) wen, jonu, ti was to pieuso you that I had it Fond Mother Little Dick Is a erfcct bless his little heart I Coming down stairs he K)litcly stepped aside uud allowed Mrs. Heavyweight to precede him. didn't was unable to do any t took three lo.c of Ajcr's Pills nud was entirely ctiied. Since that time I nm niMcr w itiituti n oox oi tuose puis. Peter Chrislenscn, Sherwood, Wis. "Ayer's PUN luivo lu use in my family upwnids of twenty ears uud Iiiimi completely verified nU that is of piles, claimed fur tlu-In nltut-kfrom whli h I suffered many yeai.s, they afford greater relief than any other incdlcluo 1 oor tried." T. F. Adams, Holly Springs, Toxns. " I havo used Ayer's IMlli for n niiin-Ig of years, nnd have never found equal to them for ghlng me mi appetite and Imparting eiietgy unit strength to tho. system. I Always keep , them lu the house," It, 1), Wilmington, Del. " Two boxes of Ayer's Pills cured me of severe that I Rheumatism work, Ix-e- JACKSON' LONDO.-., HOUSE KENTUCKY, CAPr. FRANK B. RILEy, PROPRIETOR. Thoroughly Ken itad aad Uofutnitiil. Firs' 13 .) and r)j t class Fare and Kasiia:wU I'll' e- Trains are met ti P'.lit I' tiers, t this Papuls. House. J4j-t- ! LAND FOR SA1VE. too acres on the Soiner.ft and Crab Ounhard Well of road half vy bttcm the two places goud wuter at end ol port.li Half t eared and A k.uJ oihU-- i fur mule, hn-- t acres in Kta-- s W (. WAI. LACK. and sheep f f 5J-t- f l)alme, K uuv-thln- Mountain .Lands I hrdrr fWIOLACREAM Jiu-ksou- "Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, KV. 3 STANFORD, factory price'. Wells drilled to nrd- -r and Pumps furnished S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, M'l VKRXON, K V. Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. Special attention given to diseases of children 377-l- f. 0. IT. M'ROBERTS, STANFORD KY. M. D.f Court-Kouse tifttce ol I.ancnter Street, tsppo.ite Having remeved to this plice Irum Libcrts, to pr.tciicc his profeitri ciil the intention o the puti lie to tnc lact tiuit He. win tie ready l all hours cull in town or rotintry. or niif pi in s.-rr Thirty years of ids file were spent in Stanford and i ucc.ua ii hihicvm.ai. ia .iimi. iii iiisrtumiy as! lie a physician and intern. A share of the patron age ol the people of Stanford and vie nily is asked .'" I by bim. OJ-l- t SAW MUL FOR SALE AIho mtl hihI Stock did so. hair jet. Then a man dropped in to seo me about tome money that 1 had hoped to pay him that morning, and ho said the pasto needed more jlue, and a quart of molasses. 1 put in somo more gluo, and tho last drop of molasses wo lad in the house. It made a mass which looked like uubaked ginger simps, and smelted as I '.nugino tho deluge did at low tide. I next proceeded to pajxT tho room. Some-.line- s tho Kiper would adhere, nnd then it Ainild refniiu from adheiiug. When 1 got around the room I liad gained ground so fast nt the top, and lost timo at the bottom of tho walls so much, that 1 had to put in n wedge of paper two feet wide at tho bottom, and tapering to a point at the top, in order to rover the space. This gave the room the air of one that had been toyed with by an impatient cyclone. 1 went to bet! very weary, and nbrnded in iti my pocket, nnd nlaecs. I bad pa-tbronze up my nose. , In tho night 1 could hear the paer crack. Just as would get almost to sleep, it would pop. That was beciusj the jwiper was contracting and trying lu lirillx lue lllllieiiaiuii ui huo I uuill uunu to fit it. In the morning tho room had shrunken so that tbo carpet did not fit, and tho paper hung in large molasses covered welts on tho wall. It looked real grotesque. 1 got a nipei hanger to come uiid look at it. He 1 - made. IL (readiug his puperi It'll do pretty well, from which I was long n sufferer." Kininii Reyes, Hubbard.Hton, Mass. "Whenever I nm troubled with con. KtIvition, or suffer from loss of apetite, Ayer's PilN set inc. right ngain." A.-JKlscr, Jr., Hock House, Vn. "Ayer's PUN nro In general demand nmoug our customers. Our stiles of them exceed those of nil other pills We !ia never known them fail to give entire satisfaction." Wright & Haunelly, San Diego, Texas. . com-blued. Headache, k. ttVI-I has 400 as res, mar? or less, of Mountain, Coal Injury ,reniot Frock-'.rCoi.- A and 'limber Lalidi that 1 will sell at a bargain I have a store nsimtu rent fori furniture and tin Pim- inn. Llvar-Molo- a. linnt-r'or tlertaliing, entahhshment ploa, Black-HondSunburn aud These are good fer lotlass. Korfurther infornu Tan. A few applications m 111 render the C U. M V.1 CA 1.1", niation, w rue tu llarboursille,Ky most stulilximly red skin sofl, smooth irxl j) ftfoL 11 ' bW THISprcparatlon.wllliout s a, XjOHTID &c CO., l McKlNNKV, KV. white. Viola Oroam Is not a paint or powder tocoTcr defect, but a remetlr to cure It is superior to nil oilier prcparatlnns. and Is gun run teed to give satisfaction. At drug- gists or mailed for fiO wits. 1'rcparcd br I'ur Drugs, Medicines, the famous Sjrup ot Vlgt TOLKDO, OHIO. and tauct sour prescriptions prompt)) and cor rcctly hlleu at all hours, and to )et jour Staple 1'orSa't st McKohcits .V Suig'-- , Stanford, Ky tiroctries, fine Cigars, Toilet Articles, Ac , gi tu l.osdfiCo,.McKiiinev Or J A WIJ.UA.MS wilt attend tit our driiK department; also attend to the wants of the sick, night or day, in town or country ju c w, wsTcst--r G. C. UITTJVErt A CO., reading! I guess. W. Hut you haven't looked nt it yet. IL Don't bother me. Don't vou see I'm Ayer's Pills, BT ; SPECXTXATIOIT. k s. MATS MBTOALsF & HAYS, ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. IIAKHOUKVILLK and I'INKVU.I.K, KV. Will practice in any court in Kastcrn Kentucky Ksaminations of land titles made a specialty. Any sue tracts or timber, coal and mineral lands lor talc. Information tumished on any point and cor(ill-lfrespondence solicited ) ;i:o. a. homer, BANKER AND BROKER 40 & , W. Hut, John IL Don't bother mot W. If you would Just say IL You are too vain. W.-- Oli, ray! 11. tgrufily) Yes. you are. W. (hysterically) Ami It wai to pleoso you that I hart It made, and I thought II. (impatiently) Oh, tmhitwl TUB KtNtl HUSBAND. Dr. J. C. Ayer St Co., Lowell, Mats. Sold by all Dealers In Medicine. llruadsa) and ti New Street NKWUWK CIT COTTAGE FOR RENT! street, Stanford, nvtttoW.lt. lliKgins residence Also the cottage next iloor, now occupied by Mr. J. 1' Davis Possession to nrst named Riven at an time and, to latter on sov. inn. .mk.. lit. nui.Mr..-.7a 8tooks, llondrt. Grain, Provlnlons and Pctroloum. j IIOC'slll' 1' S -- ()! D .V My cottaze on Cpper Main CV'IIMKO ON MAKt.IS suni'hltt fi, iv i;ri . I dcsticto lease rlentusXyl will sell itgreat airirtce saw mills somplete with jo hur-- e boilers and aohor-- e engine-- , 7 saw svorl., I ox hv stag-oj s.)inre svtijon t ttctirJ, i prut(; wait-tand hir"s t jo'.e of cattle. . niulo, t liore. mill iin'i(' te mm u y t' C'w, a re of v I el prisit. iv r.'.b Ijnil i'!l t.mberrd. MAR I SMITH, f.,-- I ".Jtf Mas w. J, Ky. "And what would, you advise me to do with It, sirf" I asked, with a degree of deference which 1 had never before shown to a iaper hanger. Well, 1 can hardly say at first. It is a very bad case. You see, tho gluo nnd stuff nave inane me piper ami wrintiirs so naru now, thut it would cost a great deal to blast it oft. Do you own tho house!' f "Yes, s r. That is, 1 have paid tho purclmMi price, and there is a mortgage one-hal- am beautifulf (with a sweet smilo on her rosy lips) now noes tills arcs iiecotnu me, John! II. (looking up from his piper) Why, my pot. It Ills you like n glove. W (with a little giggU n happy one) Uon L it now, Joliur II. (throwing his pajier asido and looking nt her with a world of affection in ills eyes) It sets oil your lieauty splendidly. W. (witli u pretty pouti 1) you think I V. THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES lind f. rsp S'ot'ry tf lu 1 tlantille, Ky STILL IN THE LEAD ! i MmMiMMm QU?JtV't-t1glitFi.CHIC4C0 8r(ij The Weekly Gazette, Weekly Kdition of the Commercial Garetle IL (einphntic.illyi To mo you nro tho most Tho Foremost, Froahotst and Falrost beautiful woman in the world. W. (coming over and kissing him) Do you Weekly newspaper published near the center of TURKISH A RUSSIAN BATHS IN HOTl'.l.. think so, John! population of this great Republic and mailed IL (effusively) Think so! I am certain of the on ore the star of my lite. My kind, it. to any address, for less than two cents a week, by my sweet little wife. W. (deiigh'edly) - Oil, John! Boston hejcir. 1 his paper advocates with the strong, $2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. inc to rooms: ACCORD- - A NEW FAST MAIL 1 cailng'taih L0UISVJLL2 Dsily, Sttures lu CINOINNATI l'raseltr, - THE MOST RAPID ROUTE l'vtr attempted between the for the balance.'' 'O.i. Well, then you are all right," said the p.iper hanger, with a gleam of hope in lt.. c e. Let it go on the mortgage." Courier. A W I CREAM f COMPANY 1 LEXINGTON.KY. "J The Teacher Who advised her pupils to strengthen their ni'iids by the uso of Ayer's appreciated the truth that ltodlly health is essential to mental vigor. For persons of delicate and fneblo constitution, whether young or old, this medicine H remarkably bcntflyial. Be sure you get Ayer'a S.irsapurllla. " Every (.pring mid fall I take a num. her of Ixitttes of A.mt'n Musaparllla.and .Mrs. James H, am greatly lniniititl.-- ' .Mm-.- . Kastimui, Stout-huiii- , "I have tnl.Mi .Vjit'h Harsaimrilla with great benefit to my general health." MissThitza L. Crerar, Palmyra, Md. "My daughter, twelve years of age, lias tiufroicd for the past year ftoiu General Debility. wci'l. .since, wo began to give bcr Ayer' Siiiinpurilla. Her health haa greatly iinpioxed." Mrs. Harriet II. Buttles, South Chelmsford, Mass. "About ii cur ago 1 began using A yer's Snrsuparilla as a remedy for delilllty nnd neiirulgia i from malarial exposure in the nrinv. I wns in a very bad condition, I nt six bottles of thoSar-pnpatillw Itti mi iihIimhiI doses of Ayer's l'ills, linvo gicatl improved my health. I am now able to vtoik, and feel that I cannot say too iniicli for your excellent remedies."!'. A. 1'iukliam, So th A few a, So I did. Then I had to economize again, so I next rcwrted to tho homo method of administer-in- s tho Turkish bath. You can get n Turkish bath in that way at a cct of four and ouo-hato live cent, which U fully as good as one which will cost you a dollar or more in some places. 1 iv.td it in n paper. My wife said she would help me. So sho read the directions, cud I got out tho alcohol lamp. There nte ttro methods of administering tho low price Turkl-.l- t bath at home. One consists in placing the iwrxon to be treated in a seat chair, uud 1'ien putting a pan of hot water beneath this chair. Kver ami anon a hot sto.ie or a hot Hat irou is put into tbo water by me jus of tongs, and thus the water is kept boiidig, tho b tea i ii rising in thick masses nlKiut the person in the chair, who is care-fulin a largo blanket. Every lium it lint Hat iron or stone is dropjied in thn pan it t.n liters tho boiling water up the bare limbs of tlio (icrsou who is being ojiemted tixui. and if jou aro living in the same country with him, you will hear him wrecking his chances beyond tho grave by stutlng wrong. things that nro The other method and the one I adopted is l.?'.ter tl.an litis. You apply tho heat by m .in of a spirit l.imp, and no one, to look atah'tlo 15 cent spirit lamp, would believe t.ut it hud so much heat In it till ho has had mulor him as he sits in n wicker chair. A wicker clnii'does not intei.fcro with the iiirip at nil, or cut off the heat, and one is so K'.vtthed in I Junkets and rubber overcoats thut ho can't help himself. My wife got me wilted that wny, unit then n;illi-- l tin' torch. Did tlio reader ever get out of a bath ami hit daw n on a wire bni-.l- i in onlf to put on Inn shoe!-- , nnd feel n sort of tnrtled thrill pervading his whole beingl Well, thut in good enough us far as it goes,, bii: ii ducniiot really count when you have bee-- i through tho Homo Treatment Turkish lf e l) com-eale- A Mill MUtake. quiet man with a very florid face was In a crowd of hotel loungers up town the other night, uud the discussion turned upon "beating" the weighing machines which respectfully request that u nickel be) put Into the slot. Olio fellow could beat it with nn ire pushed into it until it touched tho spring wh'cli puts the weighing machinery nt work and lets tlio" needle looso. AnoUier made it work by Inserting n knife blade, and another put in a tinfoil nickel nicely adjusted ns to size nnd shape, Tho quiet young man said solierly: "Why put in anything Btow into the slot," nut! Jumping the platform ho fastened his mouth over the slot nnd pulling out his cheeks threw u small cyclone into tho wor 8 Siiroc.ii 'i the old thing worked and tbo needle i egisu j1 his wivght nt 15H, "Well, I declare." ai.i one man. "I'll be blowed," said Another, with a lew of proprieties. "Tr it," said num, "It's easy." So they all tried it. piiliVd and blew and distended their cheeks until every one of them wus tired, but it didn't wort. "Wow harder." They all blew until exhausted, and still tho emphasis Ahkkican idem In the conduct ot all our affairs, the elevation of our cr--t people, the htttcrment of their financial and social conditions and (real commtria. STANFORD, KY., cine, on the lima River ami Chirayu, and hen . the fa.tcst time and most comfurul.le tr sins be the v,uth, ur the West E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. tween all points Inxiunterpaiinf tthis train on anJ Northwest. The a'. well-kno- Hotel stilt maintains This old and its high reputation, and its Proprietor is dctcrmm. CSarctte ii a Republican Homes. Ike Weekly ed that it shall be second to no conniry Hotel in paper to the core and stands by the United Slates the State in its Fare, Appsintments, or Allen, and UatCsaje .onveyd ! lien to hit lius-its-. Constitution. It is, strictly speaking, a r'suiLV from depot free of charge special accommodaXkusrAiER, and should be in csery family ill this tions to Commercial Travelers the purity of our Ahkhicsn broad land darlnj the next 11 muaths, The Week trunk lines Is denominated I he Limited Fnprcv The superb rolling .tusk we employ gists patron. Unlimited Cmnfurt all Coupon Tirkei Othscs hi t), Souir )OJ still find mr dm Li.ls.siMd lUkeL. Say M nun. su slu k la Mafes.11, ..u wan to nwney and hate a vles.ani juurnrs. K O. MeLUKMICK tienrral I'asscn-fe- r Acent, Chua City litVet Ajentsand Omccrs I. M IlirvKKK. 11 tlh Ave!, lms.illf, k K. A X 'Kin. . uv Vine .1, t'liuinnati, Oh crt ttt 11 4 ly Gazette is a great educator, and esery depirt ment is full of interest to old and young. globe, in proptr form. A iiu The news is g sen from esery part of the eivilircd variety nl si etc travel, ads cnturtt. Ion? and shoit stone, 4px.tr FOB, SALE. House and 25 AcrcH Iuul Two miles South ot Stanford on Neat's Vs , Addtes. me at Carlisle, Ks Crrek )XsHAT Tho j , FIGHT Wins. . eservssctk aroTicE i I Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill 'In htanfurd that we defy any Mill to the Com-merei- nl eipial in totality of flour, we think the alliens ol Sciul-Wcek- ly the county should huse county pride enouch to V wish to in-- 1 patronise and sustain the same form whom 11 mas concern that we are in the market to buy your wheat and corn and will alcolumn p.iper, publi.liud esery 'I ucs- - ways A rift) market pmc far same. We sire the needle lieer budged. have added some new machinery to our corn meal That's funny," and tlio young man stepjd ilay and Friday, and nntain the general news at department and ran now make meal In suit any It cannot be ciiualled bV any other mill person up, blew into tlio hole, and it again worked home and abroad We solicit a trial in our flour and in this vicinity nicely. All haviuc; grain in our line meal deartmeut Price $2.40 a yoar, or 0 months $1 25. for sale will plense ctil at the Mill, where our "Why can't wedoitf' agent will be found at all times, who will rise the Saraplo coploa free. "Oil, you forgot to put a nickel in your best prices for oaine. Ilrau and ship. lull always mouth first." W. N POTTS. Tlie premiums offered smb. the Weekly and in siock Mill Co Supt., Stanf rd Tlio crowd fell down. St. Paul 1'ioueer 151 tf Gat-t- l are valuable. Address Presx. Prtco SI a Sondfora Sam Year, or 0 months for 55 cents. TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. The tnnf j J Gazette, te It-l- lcr C. F. Simmons, St. Louis, i'rop'r M. A. Simmons l.lver Medicine, Kst'J 5S40, In the U. S Court lirCAT J 1 1. eilin.l'rop'r A. Q. MmrnonsL.lt" r HfBulator, UstM by Zeilln M. A. b. I,. .M. has for 47 years Cured INDIUSSTION. IllLlOLSNlH. lTSrsrIArMCK IIADACUK,I.OS. ArriTirt. Souk hTOMACit, Etc iict. 1 11, iieams, rmtorM, K. Church, Adams, Tenn., vrrllrat "I in t snoui nave Deen dead but for your Genuine M. A. Sim. mors l.lver Medicine. I hat lvJtRfc somrtimct had to substitute ".eiiin-'til cine, nut stiitr-lo- r your Medl it don't answer the purpose." Vt.) It. Graves, IMItor Will kllaftut, Memphis, Tenn, Tit siys r 1.. I received a nsrlivip.. .,f Medicine, and base used halfof it. It works like a charm. I want no . better l.lvpr Itotil9,nr .. talnly 11a inure of Zcilirt'i mutuie. O rlc Inn I tJ. 1 a K .. Scnii-WeeU- y lia: !i. MoluuciiH, Me. I.'ev. S. .1. Graham, United fect." Urctliteti Church, IJurlvhuntion.'W.Va. " I hUlTercd from "My daughter, sixteen years old, Li using Ajit'n .Sarsaparilla with good ef- Nervous Prostration, with lame back and headache, and have leen jinn 'i biMitlted by the use of Ayer's Sarsnpn' ilia I inn now Mi years of'age, nnd am i. that inv uesent health nnd prolo'i'.'ed life are due to the use of Aver's SJisupniilla." I.ucy Moilltt, Killing!.)', Conn. Mris. Ann II. Kiinisworth. a lady 70 yearn old, So. Woodstock, Vt., writes : "After reveral weeks' Hiifferlug from nervous pr.ilriitloti, I procured it liottle of Ayer'H Suisap.tt.llu, and before I bad taken half of It luy usual health Alter ir.y wife had me arranged, she went into another room to read a new liook in which she was greatly interested. While sin' wic thus storing her mind with information, s'.ui thought she smelled something burning Sho went around all over tlio houo trying to Hud out what it wus. Fi unll she found out. it was b r husband. I called to her, of court., but she wanted mo to wait until hc li.til found out what was on fire. I tried to tell her to como and search my neighbor-hiiobut 1 presume 1 did not make myself iiihIj .stood, beeauso 1 was excited, and the 'u.f and bloom of my calves were being singed nir in u way that may sem funny to otlieis, but not to one who has it to pass through. It liwed mo quite a deal. Oneo the w icker sent of tin; chair caught fire. "Oh, heavens," I cried, with a sudden pang of horror, "urn I to bo thus devoured by tho (Iruileuilf And is there no one to help Help! d, omperor. Emperor Francis Jocf Is said to bo quite willing to dye his whiskei-- blue, should tlio czar and F.inperor William desire it. King Milan is now striving to hum Queen Xathuliu's birth annulled, so thut the woman will never In reality have existed. s found an excel!or torpedo in terrapin on Tuesday. The chcfskl was immediately blown up. Queen Victoria is preparing with her own hand a pot of pickled peppers for the 0jr-mu- ii The cjr of Russia Ills Pol nutate 1 II)-- . COM.MKKCIAI. CAZKTT!'. CO Cincinnati Obio , Mhhat KuiuKti ivtiru, IlAUvTfAU, President. Chesapeake & Ohio i PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINS- - )Lo -- & The Great Mo 'To Washington, Richmond Old Point Comfort. To IE.A.ST and T. nnd -C- HICKEN LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. Loulsvilo WEST Cholera Cure! Olnoiinnati Tho Miltati of Morocco is Iliinu!la1ly strapped; nnd, to recoup his fallen fortunes, has commanded a leading subjoct to make n will in tho sultan's favor and huvu it probated. Alfonso of Spain hax cut four teeth within two months anil tho sutety of tint d pasty seems Conncctimis'direct for all points in the WEST NORTH - WEST AND SOUTH-WES- THROUGH TRUNK LINE. Io The- im assuied.Puck. SOUTH & WEST With from tlio "l'lko Cornels' Ituiiiier," gmUM MM M3 G Sun, ; 00 p m 6 30 a m I.se Louisville to J$ p m 11 jo a m Arr l.esinztoti " White oulnhur hprincs.. 5 10 a in CharlottssilleiVMJurict, 310pm 11 40 p m Richmond..., o 00 p m 3 jo p m Newport Ness lio 35 a m 6 3J p m) Old Point Comfort. ..III 00 a m 7 co p m Norfolk WashingtonBaltimore.. Vork .'. rrpl:cTot. ij, '87. No. a. Dally. XT,. F.. Dally ' I Louisville To Nashville, - Philadelphia Memphis, uJJ xvrLlt Jl New .1.11 40 a in ,. 9 40 pm . In 7 p m ,,l 3 00 a in Vo a m 7 40 8 'O 11 i t 00 a m 6 So a m p m 'J p m pm 'vsl MSWBBl " s4LL i vi j Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. Help! Help!" I also made use of other expressions, but they did not ..ml to tlio senso of tho above. I very much, indeed, nnd so the nth wa, in a measure, a succebs; but, oh, what doth it profit a man to gain n bath It he lose Ins own bOtill - Hill Nye in Ouco u Week Mrs. Ml L- returned," : Ayer's Sarsaparilla, ritEfAUKD nv Or. J. C, Ayer it Co., Lowell, Mais. Trice $1; six bottles, 5. Worth i a bottle. Stirrup (todaughten Approitchliig Hie Lsent. Has Mr. Swan-dyk- - e proKsed yetf o; but I think he will before long. Iio asked mo last night how tonga ton of coal would run two fires. Yenowine's "MMS.-N- News. last. Ksra chyer "Five dollars rowurd fully paid for Information which will lead to tho detection of the miscreants who tumpered my old mitre's Iced bag while 1 was in IVrkiu's grocery itoro mi Sutudny llapgood."-SSiTlbuer . K. will ba iiayuilio. Cincinnati vlaWVochester 11 35am. No. 11, dally except Sunday, leave Cincinnati loop m; Lexington j J5 p m; arrive Ml. Sterling 713 pm; Olive Hill' Jo ti m points in Only one chatije to No. j, daily, leave Clifton Forge at 7 00 a mj Charleston j 30 p in; arrive Ashland 5 40 p m; & Colnmbut 11 17 pm. No, 6, daily leave Ashland 7 10 a m; arrive at Charleston 11 u a m; Clifton Porste 7 36 p in. EMIGRANTS Pullman Sleeping Cars on all through trains Old Dominion Steamships leave Norlork on Mon Seeking homes on the line of this road vt ill receive dap, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Satur Special rates. New Vork, 630 p m ) aqents 01 this Company for r.ites,routes day at Tickets, for Rates, InformatlonXetc., apply to For Ac, or urite to 1 fi Icket office or address C. P. ATM0IIF.. G. I'. 8: T. A., C.eVf Pss Aut W C. WICKHAM, I.oulssille, Ky H. W FULLER, Receiver. 't. Lexington Division Trains run liy Main Line Trains east of liuniinifion ern time, which is one hour faster time. ADDITIONAL TRAINS: No. cept Sunday, lease Ollse Hill 4:45 a ling Tooamiamvc Lexington S 35 a Central ti me run by East than Central 11, 111: m; arrive at daily ex. Ml, Sler Newport News & Miss.Valley Oo. ARKANSAS ays-S- ee TEXAS. 1 Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Choi-era- . It is more fatal to chickens than all wther diseases combined. Hut the discovery ol u ietneay mat positively ants it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only a trial bottle is enough foi one hundred chickens. It is guar, antced If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoioughlv satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. s a s two-third- s For tale by McRobens A Sl.tgg, Stanford ' tn.j