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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892020501 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 1892 $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. i r- - Semi-WeeklVOL. XIX. BARBOURVILLE, KNOX COUNTY. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 5.1892. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. I NO. 97 MIDDLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Our people are well pleased with the Mr. Genr Smith has been granted There hns been a protracted meetJailer Lovell has been seriously ill new judicial district. We can now elect n pension at the rate of $12 per month. ing going on nt tbi" Clirintian ehuioh for with a throat trouble this week. : Mr. and Mrs. George Lawson have A couple of Italians with neural'5"0' ' Stone Common wealth's some live or ri.x days. Hi'V. Masters is ' my. moved to tho Duores property, on Danconducting it. the young as well as old folks on Mif Carrie Cloyd is dangerously ill ville street. Has just opened a splendid line of The Kev. John Thomas, formerly thcHtroetH Mondav. Judge T. '.. Morrow is presiding A teleeratn Wodncs.Inv Paint wllM typhoid fever. Mm. C.ipt. HipfeM, Methodist chinch of pastor of the from but now of Miihlleburg, Casey I.lck announced tho death of Olmstead whose sickness we mentioned in ourlaet, over our court with his accustomed abilcounty, is vihltlnir friends here this Adams, an uncle of the writer, who had died on tin '"th ult. She wn- - 70 years ity and efficiency. Mo is courteous to of age. all ineinlx-rof the h.ir, and especially to many relatives here. week, Ceorire Drye, who moed from here the younger members of the profession, J wincra' nllinuce had n speiker ntrm-- from Mr. W. J. Camllll The ManeheMer, hist week, anil reported the here 1h1 Saturday, who gave both elit-ic- to Kansis home three yearn ago, has re- who appteciatohis leniency and uniform Goods tmrtics hades from nwav back. turned with his family to this place, kind nets. condition of Joe I locker, who wan shot The trusrees have f.idly neglected there in tin recent trouble, last week, ns About Slfi persons were present to hear when he will doubtless make his future being much improvcil and will piobably him. I couldn't tlml anybody who knew home. Louis Worthington iH tit home tho lighting of the street lamps and the again, after a short visit to his old home result is wo have long been wandering his name. live. in Bruukeii couutv. Prof. Tom Hopper in the darkness. It is to he hoped that hint been sick for J u dee Tinsley The iiinnagcm of the Dr. Keeley in is better now. Mr?. M. will be here some time this month return d from Somirii t Monday. M. S. the city dads aie not preferring darkness Bomo time but McMullin is lyinu in a critical condition rather than light, because their deeds in A. Sin;Mon is rapidly pushing to com- and will either go into businevj- at thin at at Yosemite. are evil. Give us more light! pletion her beautiful residence on Main point or Danville. The intend to beard The man Knight, the Middlesboio -- Hev. J. M. Worrall, D. D., ol L,accs Mreet, in the burnt district. The build- the lion in hisilen, evident!.., when they clo-e- d n series of perilous in the will be one of the locate in King AIcoIioI'h strongest State. swindler, and our Hnhert K. Knight ing in two btorieH and Win. K. Tomlinson.of Pulaski, enmo must be one anil the same. Our Hnhert Presbyterian church nt this place Sunnrettie-- t ill tow u. Min Annie Diflhiniin These are all new goods, and cheap. New line Scotch Home hick a few days. Mr. Joe in TiieMlay with 'JO head of mules anu was a mvindler from away back. It will day evening. All the congregations of has been Tui'sdny several hors6 to sell to our people, but be remembered that he "kept store" at tho town participated in the Inst services Spuns, French Suitings, Camd'c Hair Stripes and a splendid line of Sampson Fullered KCVi'te'y goods, w d and showed their appreciation of the night ami Wednesday morning with nn from Hie beht can learn he has come Yosemite and Goods. to the amount of several hun- able and eloquent discourses of this em- Mack to a had market. Then are plenty of nttack of colic. dollar-thcredhe hail bought on Don't forget our Shoe stock and our Handkerchiefs and Towels, inent divine. It is the desiu of the peoThe Knox County IVir Association hotct-- and imilei fur eale in the county, dred regular annual stockhold- but money is so scarce there is no de- it. And falling ileape lately in love with ple generally that he will visit us again Napkins and Table Linens. will hold their the widow Inmaii, ho took her and the at no distant day. ers' meeting Satin day next and elect n mand for them. Mrs. J. Hoe Young, of Middlesboro, In my telegram hi rcuard to the money that ought to have gone to his new board o contlrm the old ones. The reher father, W.Anderson. Mi.--s ntockhoIderM can do no belter than killing of Uurd and Mocker last week at credilois ami skipped between two sunc, is leaving hi- - wife penniless upon the mer- Kate alden is in Cynthiana. tain the old board, as all of theft uetitlc-inc- ii Manchester, I made a mistake in that hnve hown much push ami oner-i.- Marion llurd was axon of Judga Uurd, cies of the people. Bob bad plenty of Anions the visiting attorney- - this week ecuse, ot a very mean and were Col. T. P. Hill, If. C. Warivu and in getting this now enterprise on foot. when he was his brother, ami your would ilo anything for money. Ho was Judge Saufley. of Stanford; H. P. Jacobs, corie.'pomlent had it (!rrTot. It l tlie intention of the HSHoeiation to Wilgn.itly Improve the gioumlH before the We were both mistaken when we io accused when a boy of allowing things to Hohett Harding, Danville; ported that Joe Mocker w.w killed, but stick to his fingers that did cot belong to liams, Mt. Vernon; Allen and White, of regular exhibition this iMr. fn ipiently heard ids Lexington. Mr. The Hon. .lame l. Hlnck dellveied that repoi t had come to me with the him, and we have John Kerby has been veracity ilouhted since he grew to man- - appointed V. S. storekeeper by CollecJ the third of the regular Hirle-- of lecturer other account. A jtentldtutui from Man- - hoo-l-. ho you see that the Middle-bor- o During the year 1S92 I shall keep constantly on tor Burnam and aligned to duty in Anin the'eourse, which Culon Col- uhester, who Ciiinu to London Tuenhiy, 'ivcn Knight and our Bob ma, turn ut to be derson county. Will Oollier stoc,k of has leturn- hand a full and complete lege, of thin place, in treating the people report that Mocker was reeling easy on one ami tin same Boh. -- hooting wn ed to Louisville. Mi-- s Alice Young has loiie by a to. Mr. Hlck, an everybody know, Monday. The gone to Virginia, where she will enter who known bun at all, it-- one of the mott guard named Burns, wlio shot Mocker HUBBLE. ,...11 . l t l n: -- v killing of ull the mountains. I Hi through the ide, tin snuie m . x eloquent men it. minium riiiiiK- lias Slim-- 1 Some have begun to plow M3 though ciently recoyrrod from n severe spell of 3.111 bS, Mibjett. "Tin lawyer on Hohii Ifcu'k," Marion Uurd. lincktr had taken a i8-to- l thy iienl fat tiling. pneumonia to return to the Bible Col-- 0 from one ot the guards. is arlicul.rl it stiikiuu one and would C - i . There vill on preaching here the 2d lege at Lexington. Mr- -. K. II. Young nnl in. illy tend to dm w a g(od croud, but McKINNEY. Suiuhiy by it'iine student from Danville. is visiting her father, Dr. Hulfman.VMit- ...Mv stock of Mr. Hlnek' eloquence will alMay puck Dold and Andrew Pope realized Mary Annie Wilnmre - visiting Mm. J. there ws n boue and notwithstanding li. O. Siiitflftnii has rflttirniHl home K. Storm,- -. t Mrs. CW W. flhwnji of 5ZJd JXX going on in town nt from Alnbauia, utming an utt ick of grip. $270 per ncte for their tobacco. a protracted It is rumored that George Kubanke. Mt. ernon. is visiting lelatives in Lau- Clmpd wan prct 11. U. Lane, agnt for the Siuuitr Sewing time. Colh-the .., .1... Isjarcer and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of 11 M. i:.... !.. tv will tilled. Ttntday night, and nil muchliie, will le.ive shortly to canvas.. Sr. is going to move beyond .Stanford .miua ,0U' charSt:s a,ld co"rtto-'treatment; Mr. JllOMAS while Mr. Hlnck Wayne county. K. L. Tanner has lnn and that Thomas Iteed has reutl his forlM'.lneah.'uhereMr.Hiee'i.- - ensageu Prom,t: s.ervi,cc' liteii-111 uifirije. v. i.. rjiiMM, place hen for $75. buHinefc- -. in Mr. W. S. Ferguson i..w talked for about an hour. cinirlniil.to his room for Mveral days (.. P. B'lgiit has been appointed by turned from Covinuton. .Mrs. W. G. ' Iuiul A Improvi-incn- t with the prevaihm; diHee. Arch The Hnrhourvilh A. C. SINE VnrL-- . place DmilM will li'.'ivit the governor to till the 's J. N.MENEKEK :i fur Company directors were mnl all is slowly improving from a seIt) vacant by the death of B. F. to visit her here ma siter, Mm. W. C. McFarJmisville Mond-i- and Tiudny. The vere attack of pneumonia. in Kugleman. Me will make us a good of- ami. company had a suit in court theri with Mif-e- s Johnson, of Kinmville, have ficer and will hu the right man Hi the Klectre tin Central Lampwii-llnstohome from a several days' visit CHURCH AFFAIRS. 3DBA.Zinr.RS IH" Ught Ciiinpn ami at a meeting of to the family of J. K. Carson. Spiire right place. Miss Susie Bright is on the grip list of thehtockholdorK and the major W.J. Duncan returned Sunday from The meeting at Mt. Sterling Chrispart of the director", it was recommend- Wihnore, where he had tone to absist Mrs. B. F. KugleiiiHii has moved all her tian church eloged Monday niuht with ed that the compativ nig:i and allow iriend, Bert Shumate, in a Meth-odl- household good- - to Mr. James Merrill's. 12.! addition-- , 13 bv confession and 7 bv i moving back to his letter. Milled by the th property now cunt revival. Mr... F. M. Ware has been J. W. Swupe in (i.nrard county. J. J. fall iuto the linmb' of a re on the Rick litt inr company to Tho Archbishop of Canterbury has Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Urackets mvj days, but h Walker shipped a of mules to In a con vernation with Mr. convalescing. Cicero h reiver. a special prayer agunst the grip. and Verandah Work. '" ,,,,u' vitJ',',s Atlanta, lust Saturday. Mid. Catherine. If prayer will knock out the grip miof the Cumber-hin- d to be out again, after several weeks' John A. Hlnck, Vnlhx Hank, of this place, who is mad-h- is crobe, it ia the only remedy yet lirtt appear.mce at Blackerby is on the sick list. He With but little hope of over getting ered which will do it. C.-- .I. n director of the Laud & Impiovement tilled his Suntlay hcIiooI last Sunday and to tc.iJ these lines in the I. J., ns it The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Company, and who formerly owned position as siipeiiuteiulent. All the prohibition preacher- - are Will Mulla-krbefore we got our Friday'H pa- complimenting Mrs. John Young frown the compa-t of the properly which inoone of the "boy, of the road," 1im ICy. ny ban Uid oil into tow nlntH and upon been lodging at the Coininercial Motel per and it is now Wednesday and no because sue ha- - deemed to have no Qflicc which he yet hohKliens, mortgage, and for seventl weeks, while his house ha- - ITih'mIuvV paper yet, I write unywav. wine or liquor in the (.iubernato-ria- l We are not counting on getting next note, he toM me that tin company been inukiti!! diligent Man-io- n durint; her regime. to find out would have a regular directorn" iiiretiiiK his wheieabouts. Miss Nannie Bailey niu.iy'a paper nt all, hut hope to hear of Kev. W. .1. .fohiiRton. nf the a t thin place, in the Cumberland Valley left last Monday to enter lt.trr.iril f Fe- it. It - a perfect outiMge, what poor villiHi.i.burr Baptist cbureli. was here night, nt male College, at Lancaster Mrs. J. M. mall we get here in our corre- - TJIW1,V raWn Hank building, Thin-da- y for the which time the would take some defi- Mubble and children leturned from Pu- pondetuv Hithourcountyseatandtown.i williaiiisburg hool and secured nite nctlon'in the latter and that it wan laski count Monday. John A Bibb, a i.eiiu..i ma.. iMi... cuimuiu, wi" John 1) Rockefeller, the Standard Oil his opinion that the propert would all railroad contractor, has moved his fami- wa- - mailed e.irly Friday morning or per man, has promi-to give rJJO.O.W when pans into the hands of a receiver and be ly from Bristol, Tenn., to this place. Mr. haps the night before, don't reach us on that amount ij ral-e- d from others, and Ah to Bibb will leave dirposed of through an - makim.'.-trcnuotor New Yoik next week, t.me from Lunc.ister to Danville Fri- Mr. John-to- n efforts what the final outcome! wou'd be Mr. while he will be for the whole day, we siv we are aorry the mail to secure his n.irt. connection, when it Mill fails to reach Black uaid he did not feel at Illicit y to of 'Jil'. D. A. Baiigh, who recenth purICentiickian savs The Ilonkin.-vill- e usSaturdB,we-a- y we will not take the Ui I)r n c Morrjon ,m.rtdied the (peak. chased the Shinpe farm near town, has When it dedicatory sermon on the reopening of moved to his new home. Miss Mamie Stanfonl paper any longer. CRAB ORCHARD. Dodds returned home Sunday from Ben- - restsallda. Sunday and don't reach n the Met hodi-- t church there Sunday ton A very pleapant dance was enjoyed na Vista, where she hadj been yiflitim: on Monday we say it is perfect low .low n cro W(l ,itfh VailHlle eVl.rv GHtclnnHiifHi on the part 01 some 1'. M at Mr- -. Capt. Moote'a Monday night. for two weeks. ,(ic,. 0f the Jare auditorium. At the or poaud clei k. Hut w hen we see them j tw0 ,.t.rvjc,s m0rning and.Ievening the Has many imitators, but no equal. Don't be deceived by something Quite a number from Crab Oi chard Willlnmsburg items. tired nnd worn out, marchiiig up from .,f ?1,.',00 was raised, which amount said to be as good, took in the minstrels at Stniifonl, Monliuy the Oliver and you will have the best.' I Ban., the little on of O. A. Denhatn, watt basket- - through carele.-3iiealong pM 0- ,djthelhalance due on the woik am the only agent here and extras bought elsewhere are bogus and day night, and nil weiii highly plea-e- d is quite sick at his father's home. the line, we say, all hail the best country 0f t.niirging the building, with the show. will not give satisfaction. Prices reduced on both Plows and Repairs. The many IrieiuN oi'MNs Ida Prew-it- paper for Slate and county news and we at the Baptist The basket luncheon jr0i Charlie Fowell, son of Capt. at thi- - place, regret very tuucli to nave a periecirignt to say tin.--, oecause church take.- - place Monday night, Feb. Hen Powell, preachedjto large audience.- heir of her untimely death. we have long since heard 01 everv item last Sunday and (Sunday night nt tho All nie invited to attend and help nth. Thore will be a special term of the in its columns before it reaches us. Now, Chri-tian church, Junction City. The-- e the church in thi- - way. common pleas court here next Saturday, l M., word to you, whether you are , werehi- - fifth and sixth ell'oit in the pulIt Is rumored in our town that Mr. Mary Curtis to appoint a master commissioner to fill getting much or little pay, you have no pit and the ease and ability with which Walter Garner nnd Mi-the place of (i. D. Mooie, who died some cd the important subjects (LATK Al.KXAN'IU:K'S motel., were married in Danville on Tuesdav. week- - ago. There are heveral applicants right to neglect your duty in any posi- lie tion in the department, because the "The Church 01" the Li vine Cod" and This has been expected for ome time. for the position. and pleasure of this country i., "What - Life?" were -- imply Jremnrkn- AND Look out for another 0011 John Peuniirgtoii was convicted in in a ureat measure, in your bauds and lib for one of his nge and experience. !u nnllill" ill tlllllU 1l.u1. Hay. for aiding can be locked up or blockaded by one police court here 2.50 along tho platform and Mill afterwards the He ha- - given up the -- tmh of law to be- an attempt to break jail failure on your pait. Do you icalize Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Housof the uospel come an honored mini.-te- r put about six cars of slack mound the ' l'Msoners in w ago. Pennington was in that each bundle of mail you handle, LOUIS VILLI:, KY. ready to accommodate the ee a .e days and the Christian church may well be depot, getting Morselling liquor and only had .1 few however umall or great it may appear, men this summer without -- o much J proud of him. Jibnes .ac.haiy. hsck W. R. LOGAN, heariiijibu-in- e or pleasant news to mud. A. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. for six months more. A regular working threshini: machire someone whose eyes will rparklo with .Mr. .1 u. Kiiineiinri anu win; ien ior This section - the place for lively delight to receive it in duo time and in full operation on the and nj Tiwil'iv Mr. Mn- ...'I..!.. and' family wcr accompanied to republican convention- - and we are an who-- o heart will break with disappoint- - male quaitet are features of "Si I'lunk-meCee , ... i...Cue if received too late? Your motto' aid," a pUy much 111 the same vein as i.r,...m. MVjciih. bv Mr. Clarence liar-- uc.paun ..: im,:. :... ,. 1.:.. . ....,.. "" and one for should be while in uch an imporfu.t ''Alvin "Tlio Old Homestead," .. eiiciiu ju..Kv-...Mr. Sam ior inu All l..('r....u.1uv!iii.l lifi There are several candidates position: OOrt46 "The Country Iair, and other homely M..i.n nii.l Mr. Unrilhi wiri iiitMillirlK ff of for each place. The To meet each luty in time nnd in tudies of Yankee life. J. C. Lu wis as !i..ri.,lil.,.l,ov8eameonttosee them already place. demociats are standing hack looking 011, sumes the title. Hi.-- successful contriof music. off and we had lots while the leaders of the other side quar- - And if for the pay you cannot your du- - bution toward- - the evening's entertain ' H0H1U clever and u from Louisville was rel over tho spoils, hoping that some V.,.. .l.nVil.! Hl1.11 llnwii and out. tl.at the Tnii -- pcciali-t The stereotyped down , cornet solo. was kept busy time they may find a place to put in v and neotdo i...r,. .iimin man. May know upon what to depend. eastern spinster is not fllackini; and the entire day. The Dr. sskill ih being :ool j Your Friend and 1. M. well by Miss Mnggie Rice. reuiaikable improvements j believes shown in tho The Cincinnati Comim-toiaIIcniii.K, Kv. San Kraiici-c- o D.iily . F.xaininer. At his patients are making. The Dr. has 'u the g. h. Hear it- In this region, for Walton's Opera Hon- -, Friday, Feb. 1J. ho- confidence of our people and n teacher of the A dissolute linguist, yesterday the sky was cloudy, but up a very large practice here. lanuuages, has been jailed Cantnrla cum. Colic, Contlrtlon, tweeu IUiumI o'clock there were proorla t .10 well ilaitil to chlMrrn Uiat After talking two da- - on tlm free Sour Stoiuacli, Dlarrho-o- Eniotution, I it a miierlor to any prcficrij'Uon voklug glimpses of sunshine, fully suf-- , at Laramie, Wyo., for beating his wife, Bilver Kills Wonia, gle hW.i, ami j.roiuotm with which it has no II. A. Archir. M. D Vnowntome" to Speaker Crisp for licient to cast a ground-hoWe have applied shadow mid who supported him b taking in wash- more to do than thelman in the moon, 111 So. OiforU St., UrooVlyii, N, Y, un editorial positiou on the CongreF-io- n guarantee n continuance of winter for ing. the House iinalh referred tho Thb Cic.vTiCR Company, 7! Murrajr Strwt, IC, Y. al Kecotdaud weiUe ceitUn to get it. six weeks. About that time, too, the has so Tho Indiana woman, who is eating to a committee. The frrNo wood taktV on Milscriptiou. wjiti wiuds began to roar, temperature dog meat to cure the consumption, is far cost $10,000 uud has actually .done Tholtecord ia run bvVae. Uollville Ban- - declined and the new winter nothing hut talk. eilRvmntoms of .nromnt inaueuration. said to be eteadil improving. inr MVl . nttoi-amtitcd NEW White : CASH STORE I thl-plae- e, 1 Hamburgs in Jaconet, Nainsook, India Linen and Swiss of every width. al In--tit- utc in India Linens and Plaids and Stripes. Dimities in Stripes, Plain and Plaid. J'ainsooits in Plain, Plaid and Stripes. a Variety of Colors, Lace, Printed Indias White Stuffs Indias, Lawns, &c, in French Yals Torclsons, Sinyrnas, Chiffons and Point lc Paris. - hi-ho- me Uan-vil- le, 1 no-I- ate.-an- inei-chaud- ie at nn ng J. S. HUGHES. A. R. -- y Cii-p- er PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER Drugs and 1S, -- toin-Ki.-- l.. .1- -- Jr Toilet Articles Glass, Books, 1 ObcltlUJlUi y UirXJS. luc'-tin- uJLUi;j&fc & g jEwxxxrsr 1 I s atti-ntivel- i Mr-Kinn- magi-tnite- ln-il- ?w Tin-'littl- e - j e'l u SINE & MENEFEE, mv-or- al he-ol- d nt I SOSH. DOORS ESP BLIMDS. WOVE1T mother-in-law'- s car-loa- d en-bi- er di-c- ov WraE A2TD SLAT FE1TOB. Stanford, r, ailtl Yard IJepot Street, ua-t- nr , The Oliver Chilled Plow M,bM-riptio- $-- 00 3l -- i- us mi-s-- ad eng-tge- d ,,,,, , . si 8, - j t, J. B, FOSTER. 11 - ili-- eu -- TIE WIILILAMB Per e, -- bii-inc- s- i- THOROUGHLY RENOVATED IMPROVED. A- to-d- ay Rates Manager. .'!I nt . - 1 -- Jo-liu- ,'" j -- , ''' wlli-tlil- ig Tiu-.la- liMMMM Infants and Children. . L l - 1 -' it: "Ct bu-ine- I1- g - IpfHion, ineilU-atlo- ou Legi-latu- re ( lea-esho- XJ 4 W' v i fc i ! f , ' 1 fc. 1 r'' r V Rf . - "J .. A 'S Mason who Tho Louisiana Lottery is about to iul of any his determination to have all the outside give up the tight and move from the has allowed 12 months to pass without alliliating with some Lodge. facts relating to the Chili business State. Mis. Sam Spoonamoie is on tho sick Uitter, of tho Glasgow and country. Cashier. lohn brought before the House Stanford, Ky., Fehruaky 5, 1892 He is certain that there issomething very Deposit Bank, which closed its doors the list. Mr. S. K. Ows'ey is lmuling hay to Danville. Joe Robinson, formerly of rotten in Denmark and will do all in bin other day, has gone raving crazy. The monthly report shows that the this settlement, hut now of Adair coun power to take the buncombe wind out of W. tho president's sail- -. Go it, thou of the cash in tho United States treasury de- ty, writes us that lie is having a good school for his first ellort in tea hing silver top ami tongue! The democracy creased $3,203.00.) during January. men of the country An official estimato of the number Ho is a good scholar and will press and the other honet of people without food and needing aid thingsto succeed. are with you. Composed of the highest grade3 of Moca, Java, Rio and Pea-berrJoi Prewitt, a small boy id this on account of the Ku3lnn futnino puts it Full line of Thk Cincinnati Commercial Gazette at 14,000,000. place, in jumping down oil a fence lniid- Oim irasible friend, Folk Johnson, remaik The name of John G. Carlisle . declined to com- ed on a snug, which enteieil the llesh to Gov. Brown has prows facetious and sarcastic in his ef is cropping out as a democratic caudi GoOfl fo CaildlCS, iI'llUs lllltl EueriJ of death passed on the depth of 111 inches. He remained (jCUICS, fort to show tl'at certain editors art; bet d.ite for the piesidency, and a mighty mute the sentence Hobeit Charlton, at Henderson, who will impaled foi several minutes before lie ter constitutional constructionists than strong "andidate he would prove. The could extricate himself. He has been Jackson Heiidrirk, who helped make fact that he livs over the border from be hanged Friday. confined to bed since the accident nnd Goods not kept in stock ordered on a small margin. pioMoses Hopkins, a California the document and knows, of course, Cincinnati would not hurt him a bit. an estate woith his case has been precarious, but is now meant and didn't Theie are now live bridges between Cov- neer, is dead. He left what his MoKlXITOttErST chiefly in agri- impi oving. mean when they made a direct and per ington and Cincinnati and it is proposal $.$,000,000, accumulated Miss Mnggio Spradlin is visiting in cultural puisuits. foctly plain pioviMon. We don't blame to build another At Savannah, Ga., Deputy Collector Gallatin, Toun. Mr. Willis B. Adams the colonel for admiring tlie attorney killed was up from Garrard last week. Eight general's hairsplitting decisions, which The Heed method of counting a quo- of Customs David G. Porter was --. wasdrunk commercial travelers visited this place 15son. Porter d nre Minply evasions of the fundament il rum will not go this session of Congress. by his Tuesday. Hov. John Bell Gibson preachwife. law, that !M:i,930 voters pionounced The proposition was defeated after two and struck his The Supremo Court decides that the ed here Sunday morning and evening. hotter than :ood, sinco his wonderful days of debate. Reed spoke in its behalf, through it is understood that lie lias Deen en decision that while the public printer although he is not in it, as he was flux- law prohibiting tho circulation -i- :ai i.k in- containing lottery gaged to preach once a month hero can not lawfully ride on a free pass, ns ion to have himself remembered as the the mails of pipers during the year. Mr F. M. Curtis has puolic printer, he can as editor lido all author of an entirely new system of advertisements is all right. Just over tho Statu lino from Bell been seriously ill. Mr. John M. Brown lie wants or as much ns the railroids pirliuim'tiUry The democrpts rules. Barton factions is improving. Mr. J. U Cass was up will let him, making as it were sort of a decided, however, to leturn todomocrat-i- c county the Turner and of from Brodheail a couple of d ys this method and the practices and prece- fought another battle and Geo. Sharp, Dr. Jekel and Mr. Hyde kind of a dual week assisting Houk ASoninvohe. Hoi . the Turner crow il, was killed. character of him, hut we do blame him dents of 100 years. J.S. Joplin was homo from Frankfoit Ed Biggs, the forger, who escaped for going back on his best friends, who, Tiirkk murderers, two for taking the from the Cynlhiana jail n few weeks Monday and Tuesday andrelun ed Wedconstitution before while opposing the nesday. Miss N'ell Johnston, a Garrard the election with all their hearts and lives of women, will be hung in this ago, was the man killed by a train at beauty, is visiting her sister ond friends This is getting rid of them Bowling Green Friday morning. bouIj-- are for a strict construction of it SUite Mr. B A. Welsh is stick at this place. Having remedied tho interior of our room, we now have the best pretty lively, but it would take three A decision of the Peniisxlvania Sunow. ing type in the Signal otlhv Mr. J. W .. .1 lighted and most convenient store-room limes mree, executed every rriuay mis premo Court upholds a law compelling McCall in Central Kentucky and was up from Tonnee-e- c to be "Thrkb cheers for our next president" year to rid us of that large and often citizens of cities to pay for street impresent at the burial of his sister, Mrs opened many given with an earnestness that made the most favored class of creatures. More provements in front of their property. Curtis earth quake by a crowd that tilled the regard for human life or more rope There was another hung jury in the Atlanta streets for squares around, rath- should he the cry. case of Glascock for the murder of Boiler, at Lebanon, though tho er gives a black eye to the statement of The deaf pensioners are trying to get proof wasdearithatit was a very unjus Editor Howell, that everybody in Georgia is for Hill. The great editor is much their amounts raised from $;'0 to i"2 a tifiable killing. Miller, of Cold like the Ostrich, that buries its head in month, the same as the blind get. The Mrs. I Ellsworth Come and see them. sand and thinks it has hid. He is justice ofMich claim is not apparent. A Springs, N. Y., is the mother of two sets the for Hill himself and, liki the silly bird, blind man is totally incapable of mak- of triplets, three pairs of twins and two ing a living. A deaf one am do any is tittuorly oblivious to the fact that ho other children, making iu all 1 children thing he wants to do and noise won't horn to her eight years. Ln is alone in his unwarranted conclusions. in bother him. Even Atlanta is ten to one for the ex- pt Diitirw The Beaver, Pa , editors were to pay tho costs of prosecution, resident. Mr. A. .7. Casky now has complete control of the Owensboio Inquirer, a tine of $000 and uudtrgoinirioniiieiit Tiik Supreme Court hns decided in fain the county jail for a period of six WIHTK GOODS, is improving all the time. PKRCALS. vor of Gov. Boyd in the Nebraska con- which months for libel against Senator M. P. Host stock test and he will take the reins of irovern-meKid Gloves ever in the town THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Quay. from the usurper, Thayer. Jl was York, CailisleW. Hanis, of New The Senate killed the hill to throw-opecharged that IJoyd had not been u charged with poisoning his girl wife, was all turnpike gites on Sunday. citien the proper length of time, Tuesday found guilty of murder in tliej The legislative caucus renominated holds substantially that but the couit first degree. Killing by electricity is too the enabling act naturalized a'l inhabi- Mrs. Mary IJ Day fur librarian. Mils good for him. A slow roit- -t would suit A Crmm f Tatter .tvg u lli(;hri ot tants of Nebraska at the time of its ad Maud Kirkliam, of Todd, was with- his cane better. nil in Icitrniuj. 'i; iht s ir lu.cnt Kr- .vrr On all Winter Goods, mission, except such as desired to retain drawn beloie the first bellot. Miss Mollie I""Gov. Biown appointed The Legislature has been in sesion their foreign'rights, proved his intention F. dimming-- , of Maysvillo, a notary nearly six weeks ami y't but two bills lo become a citizen. There are now 27 KEEP YOUR EYE public of Mason county. This is the democrats of the 44 governors in the V, have passed and become laws. The sec- second lady in the State who has been , ON ond was to repeal the Greenup road S. granted a commission, the other residllff. ing in Covington. The Louisville Times snys that Hon. E President Clk kla.vo was greet! d The Ohio LegMiture pnicticdly adcost-Wby 5,000 people at Atlanta as he was re- D. 15. Ivlmiston is the most punctual mits that here is no ca-- e against Sena-tn- r turning from his Mississippi hunt and and business like chairman in the House. linve now in stock-- a good assortment of the Hiicher & Gibler's Bricc bv.reeommending that the I'. given a tremendous ovation. He made His committee is the enrollment and S. Senate investigate the charges, that as Imperial Plows, TIIK Plow of the day. Call and examine our Plows a neat little speech, and during the '20 never has to be waited for. he is not a citizen of Ohio he can not and krct priccj-Jbefo- rc right and yon buy. The Judiciary Committee of the minutes' stop, shook hands represent her in the Senate. left witli his admirers, whose cheers Legislature has decided not to report the appeals decides that a The court of shook tho earth as the train pulled out. Goebel lottery hill in its original shape. county judg is personally responsible Round-hous- e, Tho editor of the Constitution nrcdn't A substitute is to he offered making where it was shown that he had appointtry to stuIT it down anybody's throat noil'1 of the offenses more than misde- - ed a tiustee to an estate with insutli that Georgia is for Hill. Cleveland is as m anors and fixing the penalties at tints eient security, whereby the estate was solid there as be is everywhere that instead of the severer punishment out lost or sutl'tjred great damage. . lined in the Goebel bill. honesty and sterling integrity are ... near Appomattox Senator Breckinridge presented three Lee surrendered to Grant, was which PICA I IK IN- bills Tueday. One proposp.4 to allow Ib. Arnold, of Missouri, has intro tho county court of Boyle to 'sell its burned, with all its records. The house, in which Gen. Lee signed duced a resolution requesting the presi- pooi house farm, buy another, build a the terms of surrender to Gen. Grant, dent to recall Pat Egan, Minister to e upon it, issue bond to de destrucOK Chili, in the interest of .an amicable ad fray the expense aud levy a tax to dis- was at one time threatened with AND PROMPTLY DONE. of relations between the charge the b.um. Another amends tho tion. justment countries. It ought to be unanimously Geneial Statutts in reference to turn3"All work warranted. Fine Watches a Spemlty . MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Tho unprincipled creature pikes anil the last legulates the conduct adopted. I uill take old fjold or silver in exchange for goods Mr. M. X. Langford is erecting a ought never have been sent to represent of the agiicultuialburcaii. this country anywhere and he never BUSH, Hon. D. B. Edmiston sends us a copy residence. The young folks give an entertain would have been, hut for the obligations of the proposed act to protect fish in the e 10 iiigiu. REAL of thepiesident to him. AGENT, waters of this State. It forbids the e ree-- t ment at the Mr. W. A. II. Davis and wife were on of any mill dam, or other obstrucGov. M( Ckeuiy's amendment to the cunjp1 Burnside, Tuesday, Ky. tions across any of the running wateis, called by telegram to m v rules of the House requiring all appror".i i" w U of Mr. I), who is not have ttitc number of unless suitable fish way, aid arranged, to see a sist r K.MS (or salo t tin T priation bills to no reported within 80 I.aml in Lincoln loiuily rry lictl II ' WaT-ind county cour's shall not grant per- expected to live. 'I hec rrm arc all well improved ami gooil days after theappointmtnts of tho Mr. C. A. Ulanford bus been trans rich UmlN. lunninc in Mit from 50 tn 500 A rr mission for such obstructions, unlt-, kx.ali y. their richnvu and fvr at the beginning of a long sesferred from the Woodbine ollice to Parks-ville- ConiHlerint; ihci cunt enichCH of lumpUvt and rail Is Receivmff His lility ot t!ui during a short Mion, said tishwajs are piovided. Tho conn sion aud 40 while K. J. Jewell gets Woodbine. rnaiu thut brine market right to hi iloor, they ty courts shall within six months atter . are liejf r than the Land of any other lOuniy in This will was adopted unanimous-,'1 her It is said that tho town council at the States niilei i a cat ely a Knrm in the counthe passage of the act have such fish ty oter give time for a more ivreful considerafrm ln ot Ml tiHiuty i iherked with tiirnpiket running ways piovuieii at an dams, Ac, now ex- their lait iiueting paed some stiingeiit tion of the hills, some of which have direction a There isting, said tishways to he made and ordinances on the subject of morality, ineer the county teat that isnotnot public mid en termtj Macarimniol heretofore been sprung cm the House a Goods Warranted a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. We hate the KnuxvilU llranch nt thi I. .V N it Give me call. maintained by the owners. Under n pen- etc. adjournment. It. di wiling the louiiiv from Knst to Went and the few days befoie the Tine Hill C S R K tnnn North to S)Uli; the K C. K II It is rumored that alty of $10 to l- fine, it shall he unlawIrom thi placu to Cincinnati, O Coal Co., which shut down six months at Wincheifr, civing full ac crimine iheC seine, drag-neThere are 2,01(1 persons resident in 47 ful to place any set-nPv to (he market ol or such contrivance to take (ish, which since, on account of a strike of miners, Iho whole world. Heiide, w? have thni lar different countries on the U. S. pension Flour Mill thecitmty llut rivc iis a market for all nur grain riRlit at home, mid the dctulup rolls who get their money with the tine shall de worked out on the streets will hhoitly resume operations. with ment of the mountain region ot Kattern urn! It is a matter of some doubt same regularity as the home contingent. or roads, it not paid. The placing of Hny Smith. cjvtern Kentucky b milro.iiH and the outlet South by railroad hill has been intro- drugs, d namite, or using any other ex- many as to whether Unit much talked of for nil kind of cereal ha created Mich a demand To remedy this a STANFORD, KY , univriuler that portion of scarcely retain ciioiic.Ii and humecuntumiitlmi.wn.au lor to cut off all foreign pensions, but plosive, shall be punishable by lino of 2. little (piadruped placed any duced I he people are propcrou, genrrout .mil kind, and earth believing in Chritlimnty and education. 1 here there would he no juBtioe in its passage. with the working 'penalty if not paid. his anatomy between tho Min Thepeison finding nets or oilier conni- on the --M not a neighborhood in the county but liait .1 Iike many of the Northern sohlieis they vances in gcod chii'ch and Mr. W. A. Clifford, operator at the waters shall have the right Stanford, the county cnt of Lincoln u a proswent in for the htuir and as Uncle Sam railroad agent perous little city of about 2 a inhab taut and to destioy them, for which he shall be Ind., writing to the nsked them no questions then, he can't the ureal doorway from the North and North paid $1 each from the county treasury. at this place relative to his lately invent- east South and from the Northvvett to .Southend, Of Staple and Fancy be so particular now. and xtanding a it doe caring right Into the The person reporting violations of this ed telegraph sounder, says: "Vou cerof the undcxeluped mountain of Southeastern Kentucky backed the Ox our third page will bo found a de- - act snail in- - paid o tor each case report- tainly have reached the goal of perfec region ol the State up byrailroad whole llluc Ur.KP running through with it rn nil point of the compa, make it naturally nerved tribute to Col. Silas Adams, one ed, in which theie is a conviction. Cir- tion." one of the bet located town In South for of1 the whitest republicans in Kentucky, cuit judges must make this act a special Dkaths. Mrs. 1'. M. Curtis died at manufactures and other enterprise the magnitude of t a demo- charge to the grand juries. The taking Maretburga few days since from the Water Work aie How being agitated nnd right Glassware, as by Dr. J. T. Bohon, Oueensware and Woodenware. Nice line of Librarjand about: the town alioutt of a mile crat as ever lived. The doctor used to of minnows and other bait by trot lines grip. The mother of Miss L. Sowder there coiiKi ue erected water Work will. rty Stand Lamps and also nice Tea Sets, Dinner Sets and Chamber little cost that would ttpjly a city of 150.000 m- room with "Old Silo" nt "olleg-- and ho or other devices, is not prohibited undt r ilieil at Maretsbiirn a few tluyn :igo. An with thi nurtt fitirt )nt w.itfr (n irw Sets. We keep the best California Goods inthe market. Our city hi been in is about as well acquainted with him as the act. If passed thejaw shall go into flllltof J F. WlltbOll, o( Urotlliead, llieil world lew jlittle aim us Dunnes newly rebuiltre. ears nouses aril tne iai efl'ect at once. idenccs will compare with larger citiesof greater rfatimlU)'. one man can be with another. . tradesmen mm n C. in pretensions. Our merchants and Wy have are mi iliu " iuuniuiii:4ua in prosperou. and doing well two NEWSY NOTES. Col. A. S. Bkkby hasalready anuounc bllippiDK lttrye quanti-- bank with a capital stock ot $oo,ooo that are this eOlintV, fire auu in a . ..!.! .1.. cuiea pnnprrnus splendid goou roiiuiiion candidate for Congress in d himself a lillHllK Hione to two A bill allowing the presence of re tit'rtOMlUO We have chool. We hae a Female College, a large the Covington district and mounted the porters at executions by electricity has and the Knot, TIlU BtOIie iuilllotry on nils in attendancebrick buildine.thevith over too pu and under prlncipaltlnp ol raging stunip. The 0th seems to have a been passed by the Now York Legis Prof. Hubbard, is In a thut roatl is an'ully increasiUtf, tlie Ollt-- tion. Jn M alio have a hemimrvflourishing aconJi- c that Is eood plethora of statesmen anxious to put S, lil. Cor. ,tU Ac school, with Prof I! K lllakcmanat its heail We Cinoimiuti, O. put roHiii larger daily. .. .1.. Urn. I..UI.m CI.aI I...1I.I. Mr. Dickinson in the hole. instruction car !1...Ah. of the State, with over 100 ptiptli ... Justice Maraee, of Bell county, has A Wefltinjrliouse this section tn Book-keepin-g, Short-Han- d, Type-Writigood private and been forced to leave home with his fami- p.lhsed up to Corbin Tuesday over the K. attendance, choolwith other are excellent schools, facilities you sec our Gov. Brown declines to interfere and ly, owing to the threats made by the C, viii Livinjton. We suppose it is for We have elegant church bullniut, representing Headereou will have a hanging today. Turner gang. every denomination, with full corps ot miultlns Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, tlie instruction of employes in the han- of (is .class talent and are doing a better buiocn Bob Chat letonthe 'murderer of a woof than an v clan of men in the city. The Whisky Trust has declared war dling and maintaining air brake, etc., Penmanship and all Business Branches. I have tried to make this utatemnit ag facts, man, will do the dull thud act. against its competitors by a reduction of the Westinghouse make. without anv .exaggeration or coloring, as thosu Twelve Instructors. Up with the time. established 1862. Large and flourUhlng. confidnnce f tht BualueM Community. who know will bear do out, and those who wish thoroughly Hbi Tho Masonic Lodge hero at itn last to buy pleasant home at fair prices and locate Flu ttuUtnts armfor IIuMucm 1'uriulU. aided the meeurina LouMaaa Octopus baa to go. The two cents and the authorization of furTbb in demand and are The in employment. The charge arc good people surrounSupreme Court dacwioa knocked it Billy. ther reduction, if necessary to bold its meeting entered an order on their record- amongla do well towith all tlie best beforu pur reaaonaoie. uouni can uo naa in ine city at low ngurea. luy attirt Night Hesalona. Pom call and see me ding, would iu promises, luvvsticuiion solicited, ttema lor catalogue. C.W.McGEE,lilNClML. trade. that they would not oflkiate at the bur- baaing elsewhere la well. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Col Hrbckinridob hasn't given up g F. WALTON. SIX : PAGES. Call for -- GB COFFEE. Emperor o Gt dbjitk: 9 & King B. y. I tiling Eat. BEOS, ear-ol- - SEVERANCE & SON. - Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Carpets, &c. to-da- , 5 1 . . .1 1 hac pOYAt Jmm WEW GOODS, r( 1 sen-tence- d rsra I Msmm Hamburg's, Linen Edgings, Cambric and Nansook Embroideries to match. nl SAWN5 Absolutely Pure 1 inittu-alize- d POWDER t i . j GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRISES I ! - W--7- , - CORBIN, Ladies Dress Goods, Men's, Boys' and .,'v Children's Suits, at first e Mcti.'i and Boijs' Overcoats and Ladies' Cloaks at She's coming. Freight divisions, R. R. Junction, Wk. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. appie-rinted- Conrt-Hous- Mo-Lay- -- paor-hius- Repair Shops, College & churches For particulars, Address CHAS. FINLEY, WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY Corbin Imp'nt Co., REPAIRING NEATLY Corbin, Ky. II. T. ESTATE Stanford, .1 I ROBT. FENZEL coim-nous- 1 . m I uc-l.- r.i :? com-mitte- eH s .totiigito H.g.RUPLEY,- - s I 1 Fall and Winter Goods .xl et, t, 111 FARRIS & HARDIN, I Col-bur- g, kchool-hous- c. Have : a : Complete : Line Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, hov-m- red-ho- thriv-fourt- h i tifiritf-ititf- t 1; !. UT 1 1 Vm, ng, Telegraphy, It fjh- i T 1, t ,,- - r ,1 ..- J. kJU Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1892 Happy Jack Dilates on Wire Grass, gia and Its Towns. (To the Editor Interior Journal.) Geor- Stanford, Kv., Feijhuauv 5, W. P. WALTON. SIS A : PAGES. Class-mte, COL SILAS ADAMS. Tribute to the Silent To lh Man by His Dr. J. T. Bohon. Editor Interior Journal I was surprised to boo that a Casey county scribo complained of their the ''Silent Man," because ho is not followinK the example of liisblnth-erdkitassociates In popping up dally, repro-Bontativ- o, o killing time, wasting money, but keeping name in the pa porn. and bedI was a clnsHinate, fellow of Silas, Ad.i:m during eolk'KO dr), before the war, and Adams then, oven, WrtH not given to Ulkiujr, unless he had soint'tlilng to Hiy, and bin old acquaintances would bu astonished to llnd him now other than the Mine discreet individual. By the way, save me it copy of the London Hcho. I'm curious to Ketone since the surprise occasioned by a generous democratic editor's complimentary mention of a brilliant, patriotic ami honest republican hucIi as Col. Silas Adams. Why, who over know Silas but to love liitnV I could eaiily fill that part of this ism devoted to news with good tiling of "Old Silo," as we all called him at college, and in the -' years of our acquaintance lius'e found him the 0110 genial, uimllMi, re idy friend, or unllincliing, magnanimous fo". Ool. Adams is about the o only native Kcntuckian of any who wis an original abolitionist, and throughout his college career was without a politic tl eougeiiitl, yet, tho unreserved in advocacy of his principles w.isa universal favorite with his associates. I remember well that a Northern teacher in oit't of the colleges at Ilftrrods-burg- , who expressed his endorsement of Helper's book, was waited on by some of the boys nud informed by which stage coach 'twould be best for him to leave. Adams' abolition proclivities were deem-ea matter of routse ami were oll'ensive to none. Tho colonel s brilliant w.ir record is a part of our Nation's history and 'twould bo superfluous to purlieulnrizt that. Enlisting its a private his gillautry rapidly advanced him to the command of his reu'iment and stncu that momentous at Aupi uutox, Col. Adams has tluclaretl tho war over. If t'm 11th is to bo represented by a republican, let his paity honor itself by sending Col. riilas Adams, who, we'll guarantee, will never disgrace himself or his constituency by stooping to any prtty demagogy to stand in witli tho most venal element of his district. Col. Ad1 have always voted ag.iint ams, and shall continue to do so till he confesses tho error of his way and repentantly applies for adtnision to the democratic party. And why ho continues so long s louehomo and conspicuous sheaf of golden grain in a harvest of chall and client, is past our making out. hiH room-muto .'!undo-vJiitingl- Montkzl'm , Jan. 30'- - Well I thought when I wrote last that you would have heard from this part of "God'a green earth" before now, but tho truth is I have been bo cloBely engaged for tho last 15 days Boiling 12 mules that I have hud but little time to give to home folks. go every d ty to tho post ollliv hero, and often twice n day, to ask for the I. J,, alit but once a week, though I tlont fxp-but they haven very obliging pott inns-te- r here and like our post mnstcralhomc he wears a dress, and I go frequently to ask him about tho mail and generally find a male tramping about his door. Well, I don't blame him. If I whs young 1 would help him tramp. As it is, I'm old and can no longer gild flue gold, paint tho lily or perfume the rose, but 1 know a nice thing yet when I see it and my eyes never tire looking. So moto it 1 ct HORSES FOR DRIVING. bo, Hide of y protni-nonc- d Monte.uma is located upon the east Flint river, on tho old Georgia Central, now a portion of the Richmond and Danville system, ami is just upon the border of the famous section known as the wire gras " This por tiou of the State includes some 20 'or 110 counties and is well adapted by nature for homes for any people who love homo and are sallslled with ,;good health and plenty to live on. It grows grapes of all kinds in profusion; also larger fruits, gardens like Eden, long cotton, pine lumber and resin, while the climate is m genial that doors are hung only as a touch to tho houses, nnd (ire, which is scarcely needed, is built from "llghtwood,'' which excels the electric in brightness and be.iuty and is only ob to by young folks, who have never yet learned how to "turn down the right." Montezuma is blewd in the superlative degree with as line artesian water as ever cooled a par lied tongue. Nine wells How without ceasing; a beautiful pool with brick walls and iron railing graces tho middle of the street, which is alive with fish, and another for bathing in the edge of town, which the boys'and girls frequent 'May about," but when the to n grows more fashioiipble and the population and wealth increas", they will, as they tlo at Cape May and Ciistl Springs "all go in our together." There is a short thoiisiinl of as friendly people with each other and as hospitable to strangers us y in will meet this side of "kingdom come." It is only 20 miles from Ameri-cinthe hone of Speaker Crisp, and every one here knows him as well as we know Jim MeCrtry at home, and are for him "for everything." Spmik to you please nud he will tell jou something about Mr. and Mrs. Crisp. I don't blame Crisp fur being proud of his wire-gra- ss lln-Mi- ing jet-te- ", ant-bo- dy folks. This same water workssystem is found in Hawkinsville, Albany and iiiitny other towns, a'td if ours"lwill in tin e pervade tho fanning sections It is only a short time until Mr. Otteiiheimer, orsome other msu of vim, will Hud his way here and plant a colony, who will make thin garden of nature bloom :is only ros-- s, japooieas and maiiioliss can. More next time "lluiuiv Jack." Aiiir-ricus- , Speaker Crisp's nominee. A pretty story of a romance in tho life of Speaker Crisp comts fiom Georgia, While the b ays tho New York World. Speaker was a struggling young attorney in Ellitvillo he fell in love with a Miss Ouir.i Burton, but his attentions were discouraged by her father, who naturally w inteil his daughter to marry well from a money poiutof view Tho old gjutlo-mwas Arm and tho young couple m Lovk. Love Iovu is idways a , buidfii-bear-e- r. slightly ditfctiiimgi'd f? f( k Tho young lawyer, but freshly admit til to tho bar, lived in his olllce, a room Here weraall his in the old possessions a fow law books, a worldly bo 1, a trunk anil a fow chairs. At this juncture ho was taken sick, and in his cheerlons room was attended by his physician, Dr. J. K. Clieuoy. t Burton had arranged it that the doctor Bhould keep her well adviseU as to tho condition of his pitieiit; that ho should lot her know his exact condition, concealing nothing, and in one of his communications x her ho betrayed an uneasiness as to tho result of the case. Immediately this young woman, despite her father's wellkuoA-- opposition, requested the doc'or to deal honestly and candidly with her and to inform her whether her young lover was having that care and attention which ho should have, and notille him that if he was in need of particularly tender nursing and watchful care, she would coino at onco to his lonely chamber and have tho mar riage ceremony between them performed, so thnt sho could properly cato for and nurse him. TliiH proved tho turning point in Judge Crisp's life. When tho physician read this note to tho sick man it proved tho needed medicine in hiscaso. He was at onco inspired. The discouragement incident to poverty in the case of strug-ing young men had hitherto possessed aid tbininatod him. But thou and there In banished forever all hopelessness and despair of tho future and in evidence said to his professional friend: "Get mo up from this bod. Henceforth I'll be a man. My life Bhall bo consecrated to a woman with such pluck as that I will marry nor dcapite my poverty antl of mo." Bho ahnll never be asha-uoHe has kept his wcrd. court-house. Mi-f- that is not kind the wrong kind. The pttience of love never wearies It is provocation proof. It doesn't break tho heart of love to have the clothes lino break. Without the help of human love divine love could never have been made known on earth. Love tloes not botst of the, battles it has fought, nor scratch its scars to make them look bigger. Love never picks out a piece from a purse full of gold coins to put in the collection basket. Iove never keeps her seat and says nothing when the conductor happens to miss her in the street car. That love tiiat is right itself will not spend much of its tune in looking for black spots on other people. Love t lint la love is not veneered or grained timber, but is solid oak clear through ami is never one bit afraid of . Uam's Horn. tho auger or Is buzz-saw- 1 The court of appeals at Montreal has decided that con t nets on tho buck t f telegraph blanks are invalid The complainant sued the telegraph company for damages on account of an error in the transmission of a dispatch. Tho company plead the contract on tho back of its blank, stipulating that tho company would not be liable for damages resulting from errors, unless tho dispatch was repeated, and then only to tho amount of 50 times tho amount paid for tho message. Tho court decided that any contract by which a party Bought to fix the penalty for his own faults was illegal. . . m g The present value of the silver dollar b 73.8 cents in gold, the price of pure silver bullion being 05 J cents per ounce in gold. There aro 11711 grains of pure Bilver in a dollar, tho ounce being ISO grains. The quotation of silver bullion at 1.21)2 per ounce is based on tho value of the pure silver in a dollar. lump of coal weighing a ton has been sent to Denver from Uock Springs, One lump ,Wyo., as an advertisement. broken up there lsst week tilled 6even cars. A ing Trotter Art Out anil High Stepper Arc nowhod such treatment as this they uro Jn a strong, lusty condition and on In Faxhloii. eve Hones with hih, showy action have the this of a successful lambing season. time approaches there should bo supcrbcdod the trottor for carriage, T Aa itrovidod in u separate building or in ono curt, dog cart und similar purpose There are almost us many breeds of high end of the sheep shed a wunn, comfortsteppers as there ure styles of vehicle. able room divided into several littlo pens For fust road work atid for buggy driving four feet squaro or larger, in each one of the trotter is still tho popular favorite. which there should bo room for ono owe It is only us a carriage horso that he is and her lamb or lambs. enrly lambing In this apartment the no longct fashionable. Competing for public favors today ewes should bo placed a fow days before aa harness horeos uro animals of trot- they lamb, that they may huvo quiet ting pedigree, thoroughbreds, luilfbreda, surroundings und a warm reception room Cleveland bays, Yorkshire, French and for the littlfr newcomers. Such quarters Gorman vouchors. Canadian stock, blood- as theso can lo very cheaply and ensily ed pomes und liackm-jsThey may bo made in any common bam or cattle shed broadly classified us high steppers und by simply fining out on tho inside of tho btudding with any kind of old boards long steppers. nnd tilling tho space thus made with Tho long stepjwrs uro tho American type of roadsters. Tho high steptmrs chad or sawdust. A few poles may be uro of itnKrtcd strains or eiso n cross stretched across overhead with some between imported stock and tho Ameri- straw or cornstalks thrown upon them to aid in keeping the apartment wann can hortvo. Imj taken to see that on the The carriage nnd harness stock im- Care should southern or eastern side of tho shed two noport cd are always horses of high leg tion, of it showy head curriago. with or three good sized window sashes be plonty of substance. The trotting type placed in order to let in plenty of wann sunlight. This suggestion is for tho benefit of thoso who may not bo a bio or do not cure to goto the oxpenso of furnishing an expensive building with artificial heat for the lambing rooms. In fact the above tlescn bed is nlHiut the only sort that is in use ut present nt Woodsido, nnd it is found suflicieutly warm und comfortable for any lambs that aro I HACKNEY. II TROTTER. in THOR- - dropped naturally strong. At times ii OLaiiiiiti:n. may bo found necessary to tuko some nnd tho thoroughbred uro both built, to weakly lamb into the kitchen und warm two a yachting term, on speed lines, but it by the stove and stimulate it with a tho imported carriage animal has no littlo toddy Iwforu placing it again with suggestion of speed in his beunng. His its dam octiou ts grand, but slow. In theso quarters tho Inmbs should bo The illnsti.tion shows how three types allowed to remain until they aro past a of horses carry their heads'. week old and have accumulated considhi chooMug u harnchs horso pick out erable flesh nnd strength. They can tho typo boot adapted for tho use you in- then lx removed to another portion of tend to give him. For riding on tho tho shed not quite so securely inclosed, ordinary sandy roads of the country in u and where they will receive more exerbuggy, road wagon or rockaway tho cise. It Is a very bad plan to keep theso best horse is tho American typo, either a young lambs confined too closely on tho trotter or a hnlfbred. For fast road start: they will take too much food in work for picusuro the trotter, of proportion to the amount of exercise, course, has tho call. For city nnd park nnd it will develop tho same unhealthy driving, to carriage or showy light trap, tendencies that uro so noticeable among tho high steppers are tho best. young pigs when too closely conliued to Wh.it is termed by dealers tho Ameri- tho isms early in tho spring. can horce means an animal with straight A very convenient and effective way buck, rather narrow Ixxly, a long step in for inducing voting lambs to take exertrotting und a straight neck It is the cise when cloioly confined to tho bums ordinary harness horso of the United by inclement weather is to slick up two StuU.ii and is unsurpassed for many pur- or three planks or boards, one end of tho poses. This hortc is usually well bred, plank resting on tho ground and tho straining back to established trotting other on the top of tho hayrack or any families or to tho thoroughbred. The convenient point of support so that tho shape of tho head und nock usually lambs can tuko u run up und down tho shows the infusion of thoroughbred plunks. It will only bo necessary to blood. The thoroughbred was tho placo tho plunks: tho Inmbs will underfoundation of almost all of the old trot- stand what they uro for insidoof twenty ting lines. Kysdyk's llumhlctonian was minutes, and from that time forward sired by Old Abdullah, by Mambrino. will upend a good share of their spare und tho dam was by imported time in capering back and forth upon und tho Messenger. Dioined, the.-- e planks, thus affording them a nice Black Hawk and Morgan lines uro strong pastime and tho fresh, vigorous excrciso in thoroughbred blood. which they so much need. The descendants of tho old trotting It is a wnse precaution to take each families, crossed with tho thoroughbred owe Isiforo she lambs and trim from or with tho half thoroughbred standard around her udder all tho looso locks of sires, produced the fast trotters of the wool which may bo found clustered day und the uverugo roadster is bred on there. Tho young lamb is very apt in peditho sumo Hues. Suuol and his greediness to catch the teat to get grees are neb in blood lines and the hold of one of these sweat locks and snme is tme of almost all tho record suck it and swallow it before ho discovmakers. Four out of almost every five ers his mistake. Tho wool after enterroadsters seen in Central park uro half ing tho stomach becomes soaked and exthoroughbred. or pands like a spongo und frequently The best typo of tho American harness imbedded in tho passago out from horso is raised in Kentucky; but Vir- the stomach in such a way as to prevent ginia. Ohio. Indiana and Now York nlso any food fiom passing from tho stomach produco excellent hiccuncns. Into tho bowels unless it bo in a very For tandem, dog cart, phaeton, T cart 6oft and juicy form. No amount of and light carriages tho Canadian hoies drenching will remove tho obstruction, nnd hackneys aro tho best types. They for the more fluid you put into tho range in height from 15 hands to 15, stomach the moro this lock of wool expossess high action, symmetrical form, pands und tho tighter it fills tho passago fine muscular development, sinewy in front of it. limbs, fino heads, glossy coats and prtmd There ure many Inmbs lost every bearing. Tho Canadian horso is a de- spring by neglecting this sunplo precauscendant of tho Norman horso imported tion of trimming tho owes' uddors. Tho into Canada by tho early settlers nnd wool should not bo nil shorn off tho udbred for many generations entirely un- ders, for thny nro then likely to tako mixed, crossed with thoroughbred stock. cold in them. Tho looso long locks Tho hackney is tho native harness horso should bo clipped off smoothly and of England, a breed that was distinct nothing moro, so as to leavo tho teat before the Arabian horses wero brought thoroughly exposed. In coso a ewe to the country, nnd which has been pre- should chill after lambing a warm ginger served in its purity by tho fanners of tea will bo found very effective. Yorkshire. Where the feeding of tho flock has Tho hncknoy horso Fashion, owned been carefully uttended to garget nnd has twico won milk fover rarely occurs. Breeder's by V. liurdett-Contttho first pnzo as a light harness horso at Giuette. tho Islington horse show. Fashion is Lire Stock Taint. considered tho best harness horso in England. Mr. Coutta drives tho horso Robert Bonner always has a horse's before a Stnnhoio gig or u buggy, using shoes put on cold. Ho says, "A hot shoo always the hridoon und London bit is a relic of barbarity." Such a horso can bo guided by tho When Robert Bonner paid 11,000 for little finger und will go ou for hours Sunol sho was lame. This fact was nt a fourteen milo gait ut tho made known to Mr. Bonner. Ho went There will bo no to see her, examined her feet, ordered eamo showy pace. pulling or dwelling on tho bit und the some changes made in her shoeing and leg action will bo us high nnd tho foot us departed. In a fow dnys the lameness proud on the last mile as the first. This had all disappeared ami has never is tho tyjio of horso that W. Seward "It's all in tho shooing," says Webb. 11. K. Uloodgood, A. J. Cussutt, her owner. Mr. Fairfax and a host of westem breedRobert Bonner ought certainly to givo ers uro now producing. It is tho favorite tho world the benefit of his experience in showy harness uses. horso shooing. His system, properly carhorso of tho day for For carnage horses the Cleveland ried out, would revolutionize this busibays, Yorkshires or French coach stock ness and mnko millions of horses yet to aro the best. Stallions nnd mares of tho coino thank him as their benefactor if best strains of each breed have been im- thoy could know how to talk. Marvin, ported into this country by many breedattendant, says thnt if what ho has ers, nnii the best features of tho typo learned from Bonnor about a horso's have boon preserved by judicious crosses feet had been known twenty years ago with select stock. This horso rnnges tho trotting record would havo been sov-erfrom 10 to ltitj hands, and is a model of pegs lower than it now is. Think strength and beauty. But ho is a horse about it, Mr. Bonner. for coachmen, not for mon who drive rama Tho for pleasure. His sphoro is to pull a cur-- ! 1891 demand for Shropshire excessfor of was unprecedented nnd in style ringo about tho city with grand breedand notion: ho is too heavy for a pleas-ur- e the supply. It shows that sheep ers are turning to mutton stock and that horso. work a half thor- the Shropshire is getting into first place. For Finely grainod meat and small offal oughbred ifl best. This horse la game nnd full of ambition, clean liuibod and aro the marks of well bred pigs. Small hcadB, small bones, long back, deep ribs, speedy. For tho children the Shetland pony of ihprt legs and well rounded hams. twelve or thirteen hands la dho Iwst Poultry web kpt pays the best of any horse to buy. Continent. iomestic live stock. . We will pay the nbore reward for any caieof Liver Complaint, Dyipepsia, bick Headache, Proper Treatment of Hire to Itmure Constipation or Coitienp we can not cure with Weit'i Vegetable Liver I'llli, when the Strong Lambs. complied with. They are Prior to this time tho ewes should direction are strictlynever fail to give Mliilii.-liopurely vegetable nnd Sugar coaled. Large boxes containing 30 have been provided with dry airy sheds, ltware of counterfeits and imitations 35c with abundance of exercise, and with n pills, genuine tnanuiactuirc ouir oy incjonni.. 1 ne k variety of plain coarso foods, inter- Won Co., Chicago, III rorsaie oy spersed with a minimum of grain. Hav- ny l'en-93-i- MAKING READY FOR EARLY LAMBS. $500 REWARD. -- )) touisvim.il(wAtBiT ..TO Chicago rtr(.(f- l- , i.'YN -- ..And and Complete treatment, connstlngof And suppositories. Ointment in Capsules, also in box atnl pills; a positive cure for hxlen al Internal, lilind or Illeeding, Itching, Chronic, Recent or N)STJB!-WES- T. Hereditary 1'iles This remedy has never been known to fail. $1 per box, 6 lor $5; sent by mail. 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When .Mr. Unrrif-oand tho olstCon--gros- s enmo into power there nan n in tho treasury go lnrp lis to ho mir-pl- us In lens tlmn three yvttR tlint surplus has hven pqunnderi'd and the povorn-iniMso bunh'iied with now and poiina-nen- t ohligutioiiR that tho WayH and Means Committee has had to nsk the .secretary of the treasury to inform it whether or not the countrv con meet us expenses without the adoption of devices for getting more money out of the people. And this startling chance hns not been brought about by the reduction of taxes. On the contrary, the 51st Conpreps multiplied taxes. The straightened condition of the treasury is due solely to won ton waste and reeklrs squandering to bountits, subsidies and the diversion of taxes, by mentis of prohibitive, duties from the treasury to the coders of a favored elass of monopolists. What do plain men of sense think of such stewardship? And what are they going to do about it at tiie polls next fall? N. Y. World. tt g, According to tho London iimpapors (jHnd.ototu delivered Ida maiden speech June !. ISM. AiiKjng tlio frwliiiii'ii at Williams college is Princo Uesolow. tho son of an African chief. Captain N. B. tf hidings, tho first cono gressman from Nobraaka. is now a of tho ieaco nt Savannah, Mo. iMounteney Jephson, the Irishman of Stanley's exjioditioii. comes from County Cork. He is u kinsman of Chinese uor u0n, nd like all African explorers is fond of writing about his travels, W. S. Pethick, recently appointed managing director of tho Chinese railways by Li Hung Chang, who is running China at present for the young emperor, was formerly u citizen of Now jns-tic- York. Tho faptest time in which a train ha been known to trawl a mile is 19 s c- ondsanda fractiou; to accomplish ihe Bame distance the fastest bicyclist wl o has hitherto ridden took 2$ minutes, or just about three times as long. An has traveled a mile in 1 minute and 10 seconds, a running horse in 1 minute in 35J seconds, a torpedo-boand 50 peconds, a steam yacht in i? minutes and 12 seconds and a fraction mid a skater on ice with a favorable wind behind him in 12 and rather a larger TURF TOPICS. friction. A little way after the safety A covered track will probably be tho bicycle comes the ocean liner; the oarsnext thing for Independence. man is much slower, taking 5 minutes Tho rejiort that Mayor Grant of New and 40 seconds to travel a mile, and the on the turf is true. of all is tiie swimmer, who re- York was going slowest Frank McCahe will train for lam. quires very little short of a half hour to Anon is the only trotter that over perform tho snnie journey. started out at the beginning of a season with no record and retired at the end When ii certain actor, now furious, with one as fast as "J:lUt4. made his first appearance some critical trotting record is2:0St4. person threw a cablmyie-hua- d at him As Air. 13ontii.r does not think he will live it fell on the staire the actor picked it up to see the da trotter will go in 2:05, ane stepped forward to tho footlights but many breeders disagree with him. The driver of Cheyenne, the famous He raised his hand to command silence, and when his tormentors paused to hear oliml trotter, talks to him coutiiuuilly what he had to say, exclaimed, pointing in n race, and it is said the confidence of the horse m Ins driver's voice is won-de- i to the cabbage had: till. 'Ladies and gentlemen, I exppcted to Eleven years ngo when Fred Crocker pleaselyou withtmy acting, but I confess record of 2:25 it made the I did not expect that any ono in the. au- drew tho attention of horsemen to Elec dience would lose his head over it." tioneer as the coming sire, so great Ho wss allowed to proceed without things are exacted from ns ho that has nc further interruption. -- Harper's Maga- has a yearling. Fron-Frocomplished the same time. zine. Tho advance in sjieed made by trotBill Nye says that "a man may uso a ting horses during 18U1 was tho greatest wart on the back of his neck for a collar of any year. More have button; ride on the back coach of a rail- niado records below 2:30 than over beway train to save interest on his money fore, and three have niado records from namely. Ralph Wilkes. 2:18 till tho conductor goes around; stop his 2:18; to 2:HH;. and Arion, 2:101. Monbars. watch at night to save wear and tmr; The most wonderful performer of Ib'Jl leave his V or V without a dot or cross was Direct. Ho onened the vear with to save ink; pasture his mother's grave no record as a pacer, won all his races J to save corn; but a man of this ton is a but ono and ended tho beason with a recgentleman and a scholar compared to a ord of 2:01). 2:08. 2:08. any heat Iwing fellow that will take a newspaper two or taster than ever before made by any harthree years and when Hsked to pay for it ness horse in a race. Aside from this ho puts it in the office and has it marked re- made tune records of 2:00 twice. fused." bric-a-braice-yac- at 1 Charles Hill Wells, the successful Monte Carlo gambler, is n civil engineer mid inventor, and owns a number of patents of gas and electrical engines for steamships. He is an accomplished linguist and a bachelor. Doni Pedro left little mouoy. and the Comte and Couitee d'Eu depend entirely upon the Due do Nemours, who allows them 10.000 francs a month income, upon which they can live comfortably enough ut Versailles. William Morns, the English poet, who is deemed a probable successor to Lord Tennyson in the lauroateship, is the manager of a factory for wall c shop paper, has a profitable and owns several shares in a successful magazine. Professor Ebon Norton Horsford, of Cambridge, has devoted hiniell for tho past six years to trying to find out who were tho first discoverers of this country, and has decided that it was tho Northmen, and that their first landing was mailo on Cape Cod. Mica is not going to play in tlda country next season. A negro minstrel company has been organised in Now York for a year's tour tf South Africa. Emily Rigl is to star next season in "The Banker's Daughter," under the management of F. F. Proctor. Hiirdoii. tho irreat French nhivwrirfiit. IC'ltSkkJn tl, llttllfl cw ll Ill fll.lt It ill.wtat ,, 111 il.tiii. at iiiiv mil, IV UiUiuab iC quires a magnifying glass to read it. It is said that more than 2.000,000 people have witnessed "Littlo Lord Fauntlei'oy" since its first production. More than 2,000 persons aro employed in and about the thirty odd theaters in Now ,York as actors, agents, ushers, managers, bill Hstersaud soou. Two kinds of rejiorts aro in circulation nliont Blind Tom. One is that ho is in an insane asylum, and the other that he is playing in concerts as well as ever. Augustus Pitou has accepted and put into rehearsal a play by Fanny Ayninr Mnthews. entitled "The Crisis"" which deals with social and diplomatic life in Washington. Boucicault's widow lias sued Robert Buchanan to recover 2,5O0 alleged to ho due the playwright's estate for having illegally produced tho "Shaughraun" without paying any royalties. Nita Sykes, of Sidney Drow's company, is a of General Sykes, of the northern army during tho war. Generals Sherman and Porter advised her to adopt the stage as a profession. Charles H. Hoyt has written ten plays, each of them a success, and ho is birthday. yetjooking for Ins thirty-lirs- t These ten plays, or rather cine of them, for "A Temperance Town" hits not yet been pnxluuiid have made over $1,000,-00..- 0. Shakespeare's "Henry V"h n bvn jivoh inmates of the Asylum t by forty-onn the Do.if and Du.nl). The trained and educated at M.u ; tie i ' the play was pro In.' at the Old K Itoad branch of tho lusiiJutin-i- . i two exceptions, all the inembr-coiup.i"y n;v never h ml tlu sound of the human voice, mi It vr.i remarkable t'uit the best rsriV.tl ttioti and the uo.;rest approach to uio lul.'ttln) of tone wi;. obtained h two lads wh.i in the common ":me of the term, luve been "(lamb" since birth. Thanks, however, to the ond system they are dumb no longvi and it was astonishing to milize th.it Prince Menu deaf to t!.f and Fnlst.ifT sound of tho words which Dr. Elliott their hea linaster. had taught them to speak with appropriate emphasis and gesture. Tho part of Henry IV was nil personated very intelligently and the girl who played the first pilgrim lady is evidently gifted with histrionic ability Queen Joan was also admirablx presented by Rebecca Soiinenlerg whose rhymed recitation at the clou! of tin play was well received. Pall .Mall ( Jiuette. e i I . M-n Pn-littl- "Henry V" Iitk Drill am! Utiinti Company. oi A highly interesting The Vulcan Chilled Plows, I Wa flsiKV aHaW. . s The best Chilled Plow made. guaranteed. ICxtras carried in stock. Satisfaction U K. & W. II. WTAKKW Walton's Opera House, WALTON HKOS., Proprietors, Large stnjje, plenty of scenery, seats good attrattions sohtited. ' Ous W.'IN (litliiK Out. ODDS AND ENDS. In twelve years the city of Paris has expended $270,000 on statues and $35,000 on ornamental fouutaius In 100 years $500 worth of pennies would only be worth $250, so quickly does copper money wear away The-fastes- t u, I I WHISPERS ABOUT WOMEN. .V Christ was unlike auy beinn that ever lived. tllis majesty more majetic, his liumilitv more humble, his kindness kinder, Ida strength stronger. To bo an example to copy us far as the finile CHn imitatHtliC infinite, but nfter virtue has climed the highest, it is far below this Himalayan altitude. We say in liberty of speech that others aro like him, but that would be anarchy cf speech w hich would say he is like this one or that i Talmnge. I mid Napoleon, "Hh is a ba "who undermines the religious faith of his country. All may not, pirhnjs, be substantially good, but certain it is, that 1 citiz-m,- all como in ti'il of the government power and are essenttsl to the basis of morality. In the absence of religion, I can discover uo inducement to be virtuouH. I desire to live and die iu miue; nothing is moro painful to me than the hideous spectacle of an old man dying like a dog." As a result of a 100 diys' experiment,! tho Purdue experiment station believes that, other things being equal, steerB fed cut clover hay will iiiake a better growth than those fed whole clover hay, and that the gain from thus feeding is nearly 50 per cent. A alight amount of exer- Mrs. Marsiiall O. Roberts is noted for her large, dark and piercing eyes. Probably the ouly woman dealer in old books in England is Miss Clare of Teddington, Essex. Mrs. Henry Villard has presented to astnngton a tiowaru university in bust of her father, William Lloyd Garrison. Mrs. Antoinette Brown lilackwell. who has been called tho pioneer woman preacher of Amenca. lives a life of great retirement at Elizabeth, J. Mrs. General Collis is said to bo lost to friends m a study of tho language of tho Fiiilauders. She has already translated for her own amusement various short fairy tales. Miss Vinnie Hull, who began her career by learning to set tyio and was afterward promoted to bo forewoman of a composing room, is uow, at tho age of twenty, editor and publisher of the Edgely (N. U.) Mail. Mrs. Laura Pelton Hazard, a grand niece of tho late Samuel J. Tilden, lias just inndo over to New York city $2,000. 000 of tho sum coming to her from the division of the late governor's estate in order that iart at least of his desire for endowing u public library may bo carried out. Wil-lard. I AROUND THE THRONES. :. Tho Austnan emperor receives a yearly cise when fattening steers is beneficial, "salary" of $U:i0.0i)0. rather than close confinement. X. E. Queen Victona forgets names, but Farmer. never faces. Once seen, they linger in her memory to be recalled at u glance, Among the weavers employed in a eveu after tho lapso of years. lliddeford, Me., cotton mill is a woman The begum of Bhopal recently enterwho stands six feet three inches in her tained some renowned English people at stocking feet and is large and strong iu u banquet. Sho addressed them in Urdu proportion. She is more than a match and niado what seemed to be a very for any man about the mill, either in graceful speech proposing the health of Queen Victoria and professing a wann boxing or wrestling. regard for England. The Russian royal treasury contains Au Oregon man recently invited 20 oil" one sweet potato, Eomo of the most valuablo objects in tho people to dine which weighed nearly ten pounds, and world. Among them is tho thronoof tho Czar Alexis, which was brpught of which there waa a respectable remfrom Persia, valued ut $1,000,000. It is nant after everybody's appetite had been enriched with 870 diamonds, 1,223 rubiea satisfied. and unnumbered lesser gems. and tlm.i- - Man wtmien. in Louisville two yewr ,u agteetl among theiiiM-- i ft. y nre luralimblonntiifyr&tun tlio . that one .mld not marry unless the (Tyi''u toaMlinllnlo, notirll tlio lolyQj imiwra hi it others did A uar later one of the young iw 'II and one of tho young WOlll-- i tyaiMIiliynlllrur;ul''t. lrio,niall.',ty on iM'came eiiKUgl to ieh other, but as! , 1,'lir'fe' "a,cd,'i?r,i?,,ur Nl? theothemwi-reye- t app.uentl hetirt friw they could 'ot marry. Six luontlis later THE LATEST IN JEWELS. another couple agiitsl to join thoir lots for life, but then came trouble, flic Small flasks of silver plated ware with third young man whs willing to marry Co. curved sides aro covered with designed but tin thf I young woman was not. enamel. Thisdrove tlieother two couples nearly (.!" i'Ar A Ohio lliiulr Llnicelets in dead gold with spiral wild, ami ihey IrauticHilly reproachisl sot gypsy tht reluctant maiden Tor keeping them markings have turquoises Philadi'lphin out of happy matrimony. Finally, a fashion. York, Baltimoro, Now Kattcrn i it all A uow bronze is u shell with six stal- few weeks ago she yielded, and on Now Olil I'oint a Mi ihr i IN I.JKKCT .NOV. i5, iSi wart oarsmen. Tho long, narrow shapo Year's ee the thteo couples woro mar who perricd. the justice of the iwaco is attractive. Fnil il.imtt'il AccMn Acco tht- - ceremony nrrangiug them KAsT HOI Xt Dail) ,1)mI Mail I Silver mounted combs for serious formed i ni'X I)ll) him in the form of a horseshoe.-PhiladelpsmJIikSu work on the hair have enjoyed fine holi- liefore o i I.ve l.tMHiitao. ... ? )5 5 30 p 6m ludgor. day xpnliirity. Wihli aatcr . I j a 6 45 p n jo 7 ui Ml. Sletlmic .. ; 31 P s i a 7 u i Rosebuds, pink, green and whito. with Duly. (.'imulit ii Moiistur lUiglo In n Trap. 10 ! 40 Air AthmniL. i calyxes of silver, uro tho prettiest emery it Pole Marker, wtio is working out at A. " CallulUburc u H p in aj pi balls in the world. aj. . .. II. Smith s sawmill, on Rifle creek, set a ' HwnuriKUN'. . i 10 Piio 47 t' 9 " Ma.hinitnn. 6 js aj i p' Spectacle cases of chamois in differ- large trap, thinking to catch a monster " I'hlU.'tlpsla. 1.. 17 ai t lu p ent colors aro ornamented with perfo- bear whose tracks were seen in the Afr Srw Yil .... ta I in ji1 rated designs in silver. neighborhood. Several days after he ai WESrilOUNII Pier set pincushions woro novor pret- went out to look at his trap, but instead ' of the found a large bald eaglo, the tier. Circles and sijuaies of pale tinted 4 00 a 45 3J pi P ... velvets have ornaments of silver applied largest perhaps ever seen in tlio Rocky '" Callv Uburjc e J 41 ) J p 7 14 pi... A.iauiHl.. J7 a J ii the mountains. on the back. The 1.x S11 p m 10 27 a jo i ;J Tlie eagle had been caught in tho Ml double heart and birds with outstretched " WiiicbMtcr.. :i poweiful .laws of tho trap by one leg, Arr I.rnniOH . ... it cj p 6 'i p a JS pi 7 15 a wings, aro the favorite devices. 4) la p Ki 1 " j j p 9 30 p 7 40 pn (oa Sleeve links, ono of which is an oval just above the claws'. Ho had dragged button, the other a slender onuiniL.it, the unmeiuo trap, which was secured to I. iniftil VeMibultif Train rmi'daHy in conncc havo come out with enamel decorations. a heavy log by a chain, into somo brush tun with CliruiicaVc A Ohio "K F. V.'" ID Ni more than twenty-fivfeet from the spot Vork Both are very thin and aro covered with make local irn hint tracery. Tho whito enamel is especially whore trapped, and was dead. So large tietwifiiMail Tiaini run ilalljr and l.iaiiiKtuu anil strong w.us his leg that it was not llunttniftoti and "inil lluntinK'nn Murrhnul Accuniineilatlana pretty. Another design is shell shaped. It is also wafcrliko in substanco, with brokon. Tho eagle was too large to run dally !.rin.'trn and Mutctuwil and l.fxinlon anil shell-lik- e t run iluily caci'pl markings in enamel. Jewel- carry, so the trajqwr cut both logs off as Mt SlcriiiiR trophies. He measured tho huge bird Sunday Circular. ers' 1 hinugh Sli epfi; Cia I and frttu Wathinslon and it was twelve feet I rum tip to tip of nd Now VurL wi'ln charuo ui its ouutrotc lied wings. -- tJraud. unction RAILROAD JOTTINGS. Kor full infutiiiation rrvaid to raie, rmilt News. ,lr ,appl) to an) HEcrt of una cr cnnmctirg linr American railways employ nearly two Tim Itiiiiiuii Catliolli' Kilropute. 11 C L. I'KOWN, . It VU INC. 'I ON million men. V I', ni.il (. O P . , , There aro at present 59 cardinals of I caincton, Ky, The new Swiss railway the Brenzer tho Catholic church, including Ocurdi-m- l W S tIARKISON. W. JIAKN1Y, G. Rothhorubahn is tho highest in the bishops. 17 priests and 7 deacons, nil of f. M r.incfin.Kv T P.A , Ahlanil,K Alps. It is 7,580 feet at the summit whom, except .'J cardinal priests and 7 Scientific American level. deacons, are patriarchs, archbishops or Agency for Of every 100 persons who traveled on bishops. Of these 5! cardinals ill are went Italian: 7 Austrian, (ionnan or Polish English railwuya last year b8 in third class carriages, whilo 7.7 wer 5 French: '1 British subjects: 4 Spanish 2 Portuguese: 1 of the United States: t second and only a.7 went first chus. Swiss. Ht James' Tho longest and hoaviest train eTc Belgian, and canned over auy road In this country OAVCATS, consisted of 225 loaded four wheel cool TkADE MARKS. Odd ESION PATENTS Valley railway. cars on tho Lehigh COPrHIOHTS, etc. Lnigi Einanuulo Farina, tho Itakmi Steel smokestacks aro being placed deputy who died u short time ago, was Kor iiifrnmitlon nnd frco Handhook write to NEW Yoillf. ML'.NN A CO., XI IlROADWMT. upon the locomotives of the elevated H politician of unique electioneering deOld-bureau for aocurini; patrnta In Amoiloi. oucht rmfnni Uki-out Uy us l reducing vices. Ono rainy election day he sent Krory railroads in Now York, thus putillo by a notice jjlvcu f rco ot cliarKD Iu tlio tho weight from 800 to about 100 pounda. to each of about 100 voters an umbrella tlio From Beckworth pass two routes with his compliments. At another time lead to San Francisco one through the ho had pigs driven through tho streets :ft rlrenlntlon of iinr aclontlfle panor In tho valley of the Sacramento and the other with this notico hanging from tho snout No lutlllKiit wot til. Splendidly llluifruiod. bo wlthont It. Weekly, N.'i.OO a following the coast more closely aid of each, "Whoever votes for Farina man rhouldatx mnntlu. Addrea MUNN A CO, year; tM Vcuubueu3,361 Ilroadvray, New York. reaching tidewater just north of the oity. may eat of me." Philadelphia Ledger. whose fables havo been read for more than 2.000 years, was bom 020 years before Christ. Ho was a slave in the Hand of Santos. Greece. Funaniponnn. or forced labor, prevails in Madagascar. Tho systom works great hardship on the poor jwasautry of the island. Tliey are cuinix'llod to perform all public burdens without wages. The civil service records of tho past three years show that out of tho number of men applicants oxmmncd for government offites only a little over s passed while of tho women applicants passed. ThoMohammednu woman has a higher legal position than her English sister. By Mohammedan law the uiarnage contract only gives the husband cortuin clearly defined rights over his wife and none whatever over her property. An excellent idea has been recently put into practice by a drug firm in England. On every bottle or packago of poison sold by the firm a label is pasted. on winch are printed directions as to the antidote which should In) emolovcd in enso the poison is taken by human be- -' lugs, accidentally or intentionally. The aggregate amount paid in wnges to diamond workers in Holland is about $5.XHI.U0U a year, and it is estimated that Iti.tHni porsons are employed iu this industrv Two uiiUiou dollars' worth of those previous stones come direct from Holland to the United States every year, and the same amount is also shipped to London and Pans. E-o- p. At last it has dawned upon tho c.plo of northwestern Ohio that their upply So of natural gas is almost o.iiii'i- conlideiit have they been in its that the uatureof the di'ov-r- y is almost startling. Today not more than of the manufactoritis i:i uoith western Olno are supplied with mutual gas. At the sani" lime tho tupply for private consumption has Un so decreased that many a family luus tossed the g.isburiiei into the back yard and returned to hickory and coal. Many othe i kept eoiislaiit supplies of coal on luiud for omergemv ut anv time Coal is also burned with tue gas when it is low by a majority of consumers. Since gas va first used for fuel here the pressure lias decreased over !Ci0 pounds I'he volume, however, ts sutli uiont for all the dram. upon it. . The troubli- - ts tiuit the piessnre is too weak tofnAtfthe gns to the burners. It lies sluggish an I dormant in the mains, or in a statf l inertia in the ruck and wells. Pitudia! g Dispatch. -:uia-neauc- e ;oo. KiigafTements with one-tent- h y i .m. - USv . Ws?f4'. f n ! ' WHITES HAS LED EYERV CREAM VERi FOR FUGE 20 YEAW! STL81WM0. Alt WORM RtMEBES RICHARDSOH-TAYIORMERCO. BOTUE GUARANTKO SFKPAREtW xvnumKtyaJxvcz-iJSt-t ' SDI& EVERYWHERE. Sturm lliiiiml laclilliiMii.il A lvc-ior- . one-ha- lf four-fifth- gallant mid stuviwufnl attempt was rev 'ii. ly curiea out tomaKo tlie rein f Rock lighthouse, olf the of to Calf of Man iu the lrth sea. The relief was mi.. than a fortnight overdue and there tio--t ttevu uo 1'oiiiiiiunicutinu with the nnfc for a month When the boat went out from l'.nt St. Mary there was a lu'u sett to contend with ami u siiiuig titiriltwust wind,' and it was fiared tl.at the attempt would be u fad in what wis urv. tint the crew teen to ! a very dangerous task and sucoifnlly acvouiphsheil It. Tlie iiuti were cliaiigwl and frosh fxsf was siippli.-d- . tint Iwfuru the whole of tiif sini.Ui.in increiiitfftl so much that the the store could be luuted tuodniixursof Cau-Mii- nrrrnmrf"""" '! JAY- EYE- SEE Mil. J. t. Cask. Hickory Orovo I'nrm. Iiomc ) Iturluo, WIh.,shjj "After triiiR of every known rcmetly, I rvniOM'tl ii Iutko lluiirii of two years utandlni;, from u 3 vur ulil lllly, with thrvo niipllcatloim of Jny-Kyio: ; . ; Z QUINN'S G3NTMENT. 75? W rV vM-1 I HUtlietMKtnreparntlonI hnvoPirriiMslorlifiird 1 lieiirtliy recwnuncnillttouU llonuiiieu ' We have huntlrtilt of ntth ttttlmonbil A rrirr 1..10 prr bnlllp. Akrourlniarforll If lm t .X- ltt)"l kfrt'll M -illSViitaiiirnnrplMrr.lirirJtlb of. - : Z .. IXc.HllllllllllllHIII'IIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIHIIHIIIIIIIIII'lllllllllJ 1 - 'l i rnn was mad to Port St.' Murv. The'Q TV.. hgl.t house keupurs who weiv thrc tkMiiid had lwii living for some stonn on tinned mmitsand hips (Tt wevk.- eimrt-l. TWy were nil in good houlth- .nrn - tiiI litlil tt y laft wllututlliltul flfltl tl ttlltnts OOO0 'irifsTinylPHIse 4 Tm Ii ttn IVerld! A ,' - SticccNsliil Siiccinlfotf l ii h s Jlf ! hi i bim-niU- Loudon Lwtter. fJtecr,rtholiUT:T Tutl'n lilt litilpfiQ Imvn lccntMioni uirfurtlilrtyjrar. rom.. PkIIuIt U ur.rt . Tilplit WctilliiK (id U. ml tUom for tlio tuo of clilldrrii ( uxiil persons ultli vrpalotanuiulis. lor St.: mtiiiuite fnnuils. three young men ucitr-vtxillii- if i?-- snifill. rcl tuMirtfiall fttl vlr Siek Headaclp.3 aaar--TaA- . ..Jaaavu Mississippi Yalirj Washington, hm t 1 i . 1 117 DR. D. D.REA The Surgoon35 Specialist ht created in hairlilalinn in and .rui ml that I.immillc, Ky , tv cunnif iIIhi- balHid ihe inedn al Iraicriutt l ih lountry ICI itimtl and ui Ir Itca han.liarKe of the Klcal Drpartmrnt of tl.r Mrdicul and Surgical In , ilituli', l.ouliviile, Ky Who 1 lar I llowcr-de-luc- c, 1 1 11 1 ' He will visit Stanford, At Myers House, Tuesday, Mar. It Kciuru np ererj month during the year to re m.uit one tUy, l)r I(l liaa boon ronncrlcd Willi Ihe laiceal hoipllaU In Ihe country, and haa n tupcrlor in diauo iri; ai.il ticulntf liHtav and di'loimllKo Mr will glp $511 f r nil) cac lliat he can lint tell the dneaie nnd whtri' located ill live mmutei Hi- - will retmu to Stanford eveiy m until tint yr.ir to remain oiii day lbtillr. e AccoHini4-diitiun- I Treat! atl curable Mvdicil and Siirgicil l)itenes Acute and Chronic Catarrh, Ill.eaiea ol the Kyc, For, Note, Throat and I,iinu, Dyapepia, llri);lit'a DUcate, DUbctc, Ki.li.ea I.ivcr, llladitdcr, Chronic, Female and Sexual DUeatei Kpilepiy or fiti cured A poMti.e Guirantce, 111 I I .M YOUNG & MIDDLE AGED MEN SutierinK from Spermatorrhea and liupolcncy a thu result of nl( aliutc In yuulh or caeca in years and oilier cnic, producing tome ol the following eifecta a eamilona, lilolchea, deni-ht- y, nervriiinea, diiimeti, cutifuUion of ideaa, aversion 10 aocicty, dcfe.rivc inunory. and tea. ual ealiautlion, which unlit tho victim fur buiiinen nr inarrUur, aiu permanently cured by rcuicdiea not injurious mi-tur- er I 1 Oa-zott- o. iyJWJg 'fivl at and complications, n aore throat, In the bonvsJcraplinns, etc. aie perfectly eradicated without uKlng mercury other injuriniia druK tionorrhira, Gleet, Stricture ind all Urinary and Kidney troubles are ipcedJy cured by treat J menl that neer failed lie undertake! no incurabltf catea, but cures thousands clven up to die. Kemember Ihe date and 9iine early, as hit room are always crowded whlreer he stop illlt of the Blood and Skin Diseases. fall Svphihs hail, pain gtitntiixt & atwctfam CONSULTATION FREE. Add eta MKDICAU CorretpondRnceJiolicItednd conndcntlal. . , l AND SVtJ.ICAL INSTITUTE, 313 4th St. Xoulivllle, Ky. tUjtMJfc i! Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal Nick broiling beef nt Fnrria WANTr.D-100,- 000 A Ilar-din'- a. Fon Salk. for cnttlo Co. Btanfokd, Ky., FKimuAiiv o. 1802 B. K. 8.0. walton, bub, Manager I ' MEANS IUSINESS. JK0 HP Wgyr " M tlono nt A. It. lY'tinyV. Knakaving beautifully nnd artistlrnlly Vol1 it Mccourit BHttlo. in now rrntly. A. It. IVnnv. l'lenwe HjAfeV mf "l y,lr look-- hiiiI hchnol Htipplii's of nil kinds from A. It. IVnnv. Have your walrli, rlocU nml jewelry rutmired nt A. It. I'enny'B. All work w nrruntcil. riiiirH Ac, houulit nt A. It. Ito onurnvod frt' of rlinriit. PERSONAL rnllnnti Kkmkmiikk tlmtall Bilverwnre. wntclicp, IVnny'u will POINTS. Mil. tITIl(lKON ClIKWK llllH tlie urip. .Xi.iikht Skvkiiaxie is down witli tin KTip. Mit". I'iiii. Sonus ia very ill at her tit Kowluiiil. Mil. Gko. L. IUnkh, of Tnylorflvillc, 111., in vimtin Mr. A. M. Pence. MihoKatk UooKt, of HtiHtonvillu, in witli hiTiiter, Mrn. G. It. Cooper. Mira Linda Owhi.kv In visiting her pinter, Mm. Will It. Munier nt Xnsli Can.vbd Goods at greatly reduced prices foi the next 00 dnrH. B. K. A W. II. Au. kinds of repaira for nuy kind of Wenren. Hewing machines nt Peter Hampton's. Wiu Howaiid, the Kentucky desperLandiiktii's nnd Ferry'w Garden Seeds, ado, is on trial in Missouri for the murPena and Benns nt A. A. Warren's Mod der of a deaf mute for money. el Grocery. Jl'st received a beautiful lino of the Danes milking by Mrs Nellie Owens newest styles nnd shades of spring dress nt Commercial House, Stnnfoid. Satis- goods for Indies nnd children. Cash faction guaranteed. Bargain Store. B. F. Jone, Sr. "Si Pmnkai:d," with ldi Down Kimt daughLiTri.KS.M.MK, the yeat-olYankee ways and his splendid band, will ter of Mr. nnd Mrs. K. P. Woods, was be with us Friday, 12th. burned yesterday afternoon, but we were Mu. DnvKti, the mail nt on the Iv. unable to loam thu extent up to the C has been llreil and a Mr. Walker now hour of going to press. has the run between here nnd RichIt is just 17 years ago to day since the mond. present editor of the Intgiuok Journal . issued Ids salutaloiy. He doesn't know Fon white goods, Torchon and Hamns much about the newspaper business burg trimming, you will flntl our line complete and Fold for the very least as ho thought he did then, but he hns money. Cash Bargiiu Store. B. F. hnd n good deal of experience iu those I" years. Jones, Sr. 1 d -m A dozen eggsj at 22Jc W. H. Wenren. ' A buggy hor-- j. Will trade it party desires M. F. Klkin A Do You And see Want Any f so come to White Goods, Embroideries, Ladies' Muslin Cnderwear ? THE LOUISVILLE STOKE, ever shown in this town. Examine our prices and they will make you buy. It will also pretty soon be time tor and in case yon want a house-cleanin- g theblest line that was Jack Bauiikii, the coloted man who hnd his leg broken between the knee and ankle, by the lallinu of a derrick nt the bridge over Dix river, was taken to Lou- iavillc to a hospital Tut'Mlay. Quits n number of young men here were escorted to tint leap year party, nt Lnncaster, last night, by as many of Stanford's fairest. The young ladies, no Nice Carpet, Straw Matting, Oil Cloth, Curtains, Bed Spreads, Window Shades, etc. , drop in and we will tell yon ow prices. We have a bi$ line of Children's Clothing, Boys' and Men's Suits and Overcoats, which we will sell at sure enough reduced prices in order to make room for our Spring stock. Eggs and Feathers bought at the highest market It. II. Bito.VAi'iiit sold 10 share went up tn Madifon National Bank stock, nt RichCrab OrclnnJ yeMerday to t her Januahy has come and gone nnd our mond, Monday, nt $105. This bank pays fl per cent, interet-- t every six months books show that there are still some acMkmuw. L. A. Fa it i w n nil T. M. counts unpaid. Our friends will please and its stock I wis sold an hiuh as $200. of Somerset, rt vinitiiiK friend nt bear in mind that we have been exceedU inland. Tiik Barbourville Land and Improve- ingly indulgent and will consider it ment Company has inadenn aviiu'ument quite it favor if they will come forward Cait. Tom 1'i.ki.v was ealleil to 4- Hint'Mj to Gov. Alfoid and W. J. Caudil for the Weiliierxluy, ly the and settle. Sine and Menefee. of his wife. benefit of its creditors. Possibly when me other mnunge Mil. It. Walton Kahti.and, of Danthe thing gets in Wiiu.i'.jdayi.ig around the lire yesterville, !h tin mit'ht of liin hmtlier, Mr. A. ment it may do some good. daughter day little Josie, the of Mr. and Mrs. William Brady had i. Kiitlnnl. It (the g h. hapHned to be out at the Mits. S. S. Mvkiih linn jtoiie to MillerH-liitrt- : her clotlu to cutch lire nnd in an intimes, he aw his shadow about thrice AND S. C. TruelieHrt iiml tu vinit Mm. stant they were in flame. Mrs. Will Mr. W. Tuesday. Withers, Foster rushed to Minn Mnry MyerH. the rescue, however, tjjj ftj3M "jj ' was born on ground hog day Mihhk Maik.akijt and J .vi: Wai.kkh, who and in a short while smothered tin lire. Tv'l' and celebrated his birthday the 2d, t of tiiirrurd, will arrive to It was r nai row cwrapo and it is ft miraUpright and Horizontal. v9k1v'! tells us that he doc not remember but Mrn. II.. I. McUohertH. cle that the little one was not burned to Stationary, and Portable. All one perfectly clear g. h. day. If Miit. 1'amki.ia llrrrjiw unit to death. power. sizes up to be no precipitation, the weather ia usuTiiemlny to vlult Mm. Hnnimh Unequnlcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Tin: First National lisnk of Fort Scott, ally cloudy ami dreary. I'oteet nnd other frlendw. Kmijis, W. Clii'iiault, president, IS. It. Durability. Mil. A. I) Yanaiihiiku. and pretty afc. t fVr 'i nfljmi lA.b'wni Tin: Old Fellow ar a little perplex- Ohennult, vice president, and J. Chen-aulWrite fur Free Illum.itccl Pamplet.s ami your want to Mi Muttie DnviH, of Hitrrotitii)rg, nre ed at piest'tit to know how they are to cashier, is making its stockholders . P & CO., u Mm II. ,1. Mt'ltnliertM. givu tin- pniaword ton member who has here glsd by Rending them a I per cent, W. It. Dii.lion emled to Mn. VFW YORK Cm STRINOFiri.D. OHIO. ln'conn nesily as deaf as n poit. It - dividend for the six months ending Feb. Swileb. W,ltn.Iyf hr tin- illnehrt sLrirtly ai;aiiit the rules of the order to ih'o earn-lug- s I. The capital i SWO.OOO and of her brother, Imn Jim Italian!. Too much whisky, it is said, caiisfd all write it or it ulMivca hiptr nnd for the half year were $22,107, out V. It. C. Mn. and Mb. Hum k .I(ink., of St. ms the can hardly hear it of which aftr paying dividend nnd all the trouble. I.onip, arrived ywteuUy Ui hfi' their fn thunder he will likely not cnleh on to it other expenses fl.tSS SI was earned to Iticliard Gray shot Stephen Grngin tber, Mr. John M. HeM, wlm runtlnuos when whispered lo him. the suipliiH. iu the Covington court hous-- , becau v ry ill. betrayed his daughter and Tim dinsrnred innyor of Soiuerftd, Bar Mikh Jiinmk IAMiH,nf Crab Orehnrd, Boi.i.imi, the colored he Bkv. G. W him money to compromise. IHuuiiix, dnl not give the baud wim Iimh been vinMlrii Mr. Jhj Sevtu uy prtachor and republican politician, is at till n few dnyi nun, when some present resting under suspicion, lie is mice for a few dre, returned lrotne NKW AlVKrtTSKMK.Vrs. doaen or o of his niilroad friends and said by his colored friends to have found lias a Complete Stock of-. Wiill.K robed fnr tod llit othrr lllu'lit others came to his rescue. It wns for a pocket hook on the r.xtv, which, when an I taking n wimi brfotw retiring, MUh Sl,000aml NnioiiK the -- itinera am A. J. the owner caused him to produce, was : : Out ron and S. Gover. Iiigglns con- minus $20, which ho claimed was iu it. Annie ire'ii rauuht tire, but it wit Sulnect to the aitmnul tlie DcmocratM piirtv. I tinues to Kiwrt hw iunoeunc and says Boiling is said to have gone into the laand glut u(Mtl with only a Fell" a Candidal.! for the uftUcof Cir he will rcsmm- his job on the railroad, dies' saloon after picking up the book, announce in) LiikoIii county I liall mate tlie Mure. cuit Clrs fur the intercct ol mynn, Wm. S llurch, who Tin: jiuUville Tlmea lc nutbonty for satistleil that, he will come out iu (lying but he solemnly avers tlint ho took no racnin he of tho Conititutionul au until u few ill not next November election. If col 01 iu the end. Jas after tho the nomination, and be elcUcd. the htMtument Hint our own money from it. thouM receive Gov. .lumen G. Given, wiih on the my Mm will ilochnre the duties ol the ettke as Jt'ixiK STK"intN Biiau announces TiiK.Model Muistrels.Swecney, Alvido, my deputy and reicive all th emolument r( the North nnd .Ninth hiuiptdf n cniiilidiite for circuit elerk, in ground SIKllll.N 111 IICH. 9J Gormnn A Goelze proprietors, gave a (niiiiciiiMi ('impniiy'H this iue, htibjeet lo the will of the Atnerienn eheinetlinl ititne n'i uexr preHpiUtllitf democracy. If elected his sou. Win. S. splendid show nt Walton's. Opera House TO Monday night, to next to the Ingest the 1'iiitnl Mate nnd Burch. will a nr tiie duties of the that ever attended a performance crowd nm aitent for The Central Kentucky ttedje Unili. Promptly and in style. olllce, the judge simply running because Lancaster, uml of the Fence Co., there in the 11 years il hits been open. bothmjtelf ntand the Companyofier the teryicts of to citi'cut We nre his son is a little under Hgi It wax a highly delighted crowd, too, for Lincoln ounty I am very thankful for the. liber- fca"Ii)NGRAVING on all goods sold, free of charge. Old gold and CITY AND VICINITY. not f miliar with the capabilities of the received and hope by lair dealing to everything was good from the rise to the al patronage merit atoniiniiance Farmer in need of a uod silver taken in exchange. Oik HAitD vr.isf, elovt-- and timothy nt youiiir man, hut tinso who know say he fall of the curtain. Sweeney's hand bal- finci'ill hifd me at the Mvcr House in Stanford on each County Court day.' is very bright nnd promising and fully M W. JOHNSON. J. II. ancing, Alvido's jugglery, the music, ,7 em able, with the nsiiMance he will have, of dancing and the contortionists were all a nieu line of trunks nt performing the duties of the ollice. The Jrvr of the highest order of talent and everyU. I'. Jonei. Sr.Vt'mb Itarjiiin Store. judge himuclf hm many friends and thing went like clnckwoik. The band says In has not gone into tin race uund and Dwelling-is an unusually large ami line one and To Buy a Store-Hous- e id rooms in visedly. Kim Kent. Mitt Nut House the orchestra is rarely surpis.sed. It is th 1'.iim A HniiiMv ltii. dins:. K. Wil- morning as little S.un Fin a good show nnd uo mistake. Ti AND GAKDrN IN SfANrOKIl, KV., and a li.imx. F'arinuear the town Describe j. ropertv und 'ivc " bry and Carroll Portmau weie taking a COLLARS, C. I) 1'OW KM.. Tiik Louisville Tunes publishes a cock pri. eS.c. Addre USUI arn un-- . (titled Ve1cuburf Ky. A rido on a couple of young horses, tie kw lU'vomitKof 9J Call and Hettlo by tmsh or note. A. It. one that Carroll was riding became frivht-crie- nnd bull storv about u Louisville lawyer Penny, and took out at u break neck speed. receiving a inomy order for $25 with n Sum's followed suit and for a while it request to come to this place immediateDie huh' and get a pair of those 'I he a model horse race. The jockeys ly "on stiiitly private businiss." Having inori'land than tan it mr ' hIhwm Indoro tiny aro nil hold. Caih whs latter was signed A K Smith and in it and the prenent system of lalmr. haeHundred were hardly eipinl to the occasion, my farm of hvf IomII uta barfr.un Unr.Min Store. H. I Junes, Sr. and before the horses came "under the writer Muted that the lawyer shou'd and thirty ls acres, on tlic stanlonl mid pit e .in. in seven miles ot Kuncutter .Hid Myers House, in room No. the string" they wert jolted out of their stop at the I wil.i, tnke it uiii favor if thoei' inIrm than euht ..il of the three county teuts ot imrich blue grass counties. perrh and thrown to the ground iu any- 10, and call far a letter in box No. debted tome wilt voiinj forward and I think ill sune of the best tock latins m Cenmediately oil his arrival. The gentlehave thing else hut a gentle manner. Jockey I need the money end iiuir-- t tral Kentucky, taking iuto consideration beauty, ;, OTFI'K, GLOVES, Kiubry in severely cut about the bead man obeyed orders, but soon on his ar- convenience, water,ofhull, buildingin umterul, except it. Mim Annie Wray. t;ras. etc. All rival an attempt was made to bore tho abouti tc ,acres of fresh the land it y land fur oru und 6o acrtis and has a number of bruise on his but enough, sown uitli in Foil I'kni. IIouho with live rooina bod, while Jockey Port man escaped door open and his slumbers wee greni-l- y as wheat, with timothysee it beloreIt;buying. The a purchaser would on I'anu Creek, with a few scratches interferred with. Tho lawyer inado title is perfect, boms handed down from ancestors and garden. Situated his trip for nothing for there was no from thedajsof the Indians acres, t mile Iroin mileB from Itowland. Apply to A. T. AUo a detached tract ot 15 A man who said his name was 'Owens letter f.r him nor could he flntl out who the pike, and So acies ot extra knob land, which Nunnelley or 1'. I.. Shulton. includes Mason's Cap, and claimed to be n bad one from Coal South was. The whole thing is no doubt ,6 A. M FKI.AND. ood, overcoats, Creek, Tenu , wns nnvgted for being a falsehood, gotten tip by .some poor Fo jrentrt' fiiniiHliin MEN'S, WOMEN'S ANO who probably had not handed in , bootf, Hhoe.-J- trimke, Ac, ymi cm find drunk nnd disorderly, Tuesday, but afwhat yon want and at priivM to unit all. ter spending the night in the jug and much news for that issue. cooling oil", lie wan let oil' with a repriOrtah llarpiin Store. H. F. .lout--, Sr. When Marshal Now laud atmand. BLOODY WORK IN CASEY. 232 Acres of Splendid Blue-Gras- s Tiik mean teinpeniture uf January was tempted to am t him he lefused to go Land, One Person Killed and Two Wounded. 'JD.iT, or an averaKU of nuvurnl decrees ami showed light. The odicer drew his Desirably located 011 turnpike roadjle.nllri; from . List Sunday Stanford to Milleditetille, Lincoln County, Ky.,6 MiDni.Kiinai, Feb. below freezlut! for the ontiro month. The piMol and brought it down on him, and mile from Stanford. 4 miles from Iliistonsille, 10 total precipitation was 1.1 'uicIich. It wiih calling Mi Hrs. Sine and Gilloutiuo to morning, about two miles from Dnnu-villfrom Danville, 4 miles from Jun tiun City mid on Goose Creek, near a within t'j milfs of Morelauit, a station on the C. t!u coldext Janiuty for a number of take him in tow, they soon had him beS. K K. The Farm has upon it un elegant and years. brick residence, (tin roof) all fore Judge Carson. He pretended to havo there was a scene of bloodshed and mur- spacious outbuildings and an abundance ol fruit "IOCUST GROVE" a pistol, but when searched nothing der. Several had gathered thero and necessary trees of almost every variety. Much of the laud Ca.snkd Cohn, ToinatoeH, Peas, PeachbeMISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, il. well timbered, abundantly watered is virgin more formidable than a pint bottle half during the time a quarrel ensued In short, a es Peart?, ApricoUnnd Sweet "otatous. tween Curd Williams ami one McDan-iel- , and nearly all well setrespect. full of liquor was discovered. Farm iu every No Hominy, Itiif, Nvy nd Uutter Jtuans, year old next Spring. F"cr sale, also a6 Mulct 3 FOR SALE. when pistol shots wero exchanged P. V. LOGAN Corner Main aud Depot Streets, 93lf Cheese, Crackers, Pickles, Onions.JlVta- Assionkd. J. Mat Phillips made nn between them. Williams Bhot at The finest F'arm and richest anil in Lincoln ca, - toes, Mince Meat. Apple Butter, Mnplo assignment Tuesdsy for the benefit of comprising 450 acres ol Land, and missing him shot Charley d ot within Preserves, Oat Meal, tCracked Syrup, Keeps on hand constantly a handsome line ol of Lincoln. two miles by Stamord, the county seat his creditors, to Judge M. C. Saulley. Thomas, a boy of 17, through the bow-olFronted the Shelby City turnpike done to oror trimmed hats, hor.ncts, Ac. Trimmine and accessible to Stanford and Wheat, Hominy Flakes, Baking Powder, The Farmers.. Bank A Trust Company is turnfrom which he died Sunday night. der. An experienced cotrsof I)res Makers are pike. This is onethe the best Stock Danville in of Farms the with me, who will satisfy the public ill every deCalifornia Dried Peach s, Apricota and the principal creditor, its claim amount- After shooting Thomas, Williams then region and is in a high state of cultl E? vr tail vatinn Abuitdance of water for all purpose. Prunes, at A. A. Warren's. "Model Gro- - ing to over $10,000 and the whole indebt- shot nt McDaniel again, the ball taking Soil in frriilcand is suitable fur the vrinviDg of Feb On 1892, hemp lobaccu, corn and whent The Und is so cerv." etl'ect in McDaniel'a jaw, near the I will offer for sale publicly if not sold privatelr edness not much over $11,000. His i located so that it can be divided and two fine I he improvements nre a Urge anil Farms made ranging upward near his before) my Farm ot 142 Acres of first rate land 0 mouth, nnd nre a farm which he values at TiiK'JSthaiidiveisary of the order of commodious dwelling a convenient stock bam, situated iH miles north of blanlord, Ky , on the nnd lot ear. McDaniel's brother then rushed Danville turnpike. Said Farm is in a high state with the stock; u store-rooFor InforHaving determined to go West, will offer for Ac-- lie best of frutl of all kinds, etKnights of Pythis will b celebrated at K II. JtlNKs, Stanford. Improvements good aud comfortable. sale my entire 1.1 VERY Ot I I'll , consisting ol mation, apply to of shot in Williams' cultivation. Lexington oi the 17th. Phautom Lodge in Lancaster, $."5,000, and two lots upon on and tired n load pair of Mules, Wagon Also stock, consisting ol I pair well broke drift ft gocd l.ivery Horses, JO.VKS J.Ji Carl, O. V KU.E.rincville. 3 lluggies, arm nnd beat him over tho head witli a borses, i good work Mule, pair 3 old, Mules, and Harness, 3 Soring Wagons Single Harness, of that place will entertain the mem- - w hicli the houses recently burned, j Dojhle Harness, 5 sets t finely bred adde Mure, interferred. Wil- - horsn 3 years old, 4 Mill- Cnw years 10 head lamily t;..l ts ot ... .....ihlnir fnnifilrle fur the Llvorv making in all $20,500. He had uo nintnl until friends and it.. hern of the grand order and beanies givCorn in the atiout j$ of them sond u.,.ir..... ito barrels A. S. insurance on the Lancaster property and Hums and McDaniel wero both taken lo Kwes bred to 50 head of Sheep, some young Horse bo jo ,l,..ur Hay baled, aoffew Hogs and crib. exhibition of line work, will Duck; Southdown ing un tons of ut Hotel lluildlng and a Dwelling Hous-t- s vBSSf&v with the dilliculty of obtaining the their homes aud aro now under med stuck, well bred and broken to harness; a head ol Also SURGKOy DENTIST. Diadem thia with u grand banquet. Farming- Implements and for sale or tent. Am jfolng to sell regajdlen ol Thomas, the unfortu- good butcher Cattle, Kitchen Furniture. Ofict 00 Main street, over W. U, McRoUru W. O. HOLLAND, tome Household and eost. Apply to lodge here has been invited nud a nuu cash for what he has precipitated the ical treatmeut. Drug Store, Stanftnl. Yosemlte, Catey Couuty, Ky, J. BRIGHT. C90 in assignment. nate boy, was buried Tuesday morning. bur of iU member will tteud. Mit.". I)n. ville. J. (. Oaiu'ektek doubt, give the boys some valuable points as to how they should behave on of such occasions. vi-i- s. prices at Holl-itii- f, THE t LOUISVILLE STORE Jftjm STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portable 26-horse Minsis-pipp- i, set-io- n Maui Street, Stanford. URBAMSKY, Proprietor. M. MANES, Manager. f: m 1 - 1 1 vin-i- th-r- o t, - Dil-lio- n i- SU ptx3' THE JAMES LEFFEL -- - &: i JS3 k W.E.IMOBERTZ, ofb-rv- v"ii)-nod- nj l. - - TOwis 'IMjtmm Druggist and Jeweler, -- 1DRDGS, 1 BOOKS, PAINTS, WALL PAPER, CVil 1 v.- I - Jewelry & Silverware. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired first-clas- s TIIE FARMERS. I . r Ko-ler- V. WANTED OVERCOATS NECKWEAR, I d Fine Land For Sale. I inan-n.1 hciiii-pl- e deter-inmiH- how-ove- r, Jr l ) IJaii-vill- e I 1 Heavy. Underwear, Dress Shirts, s et-ti- .tenc-lo- 1 1 I BOOT sSl 9 aEAVY CHILDREN'S . FOH, SALE. FINE SHOES. M'ROBEHTS ST & O e, still-hous- e, HIGGiarS. two-stor- y Hlne-lira- si 111 1 Mc-Dani- el Milliner and Dress Maker s.T&THB, itfOTY- CK FARU ss situa-te- 'M Blue-Gra- a, Land, Slock, Crop, &c. Tuesday, 23, lllue-Ora- .s i ns-se- ts III!,-00- 1 . I 1 $2,-50- 0, year-ol- d 1 m 1 - young-Cattle- , con-elud- e Cat-I- c. PRICE, 1 - 51-i- yr r.' u m . ,i lite' t ', & ' lk m1" Uji MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Safe and Reliable. Liberty. Casey County. naslrable 1'arm of 14 PUBLIC SALE. 17fi73 TCTCiVn1 .1 Acres on Crnh Orchard "In buyinc it cough medicine for children,' I1, JU!il 1 License was issued on last Saturday pike, miles from Stanfortl. V. It Miller Xl?, hirty-two 70) -Tdivorce ero granted in 3&' .U. A SMALL HOY Lit COUNTY KARM Publlbod Every Tuesday and Fr day to Mr. Terry, of Ohio, to marry Mis ChattailOOgll tllO Other d.ty in less than c?.u5h KrmoJr- There I. no dancer from It and On Feb w lSj,at 10 o'clock a. m I will offer S irah M. Powers, of Fryo's Creek neighGO TO .... - ...-- c bmiv .niwt.v, . iuuuiaiijr ICC at public sale my rami ofoS acres .. mites from , AT ommend Chamberlain's because I have found It 10 Danville on the Stanford pike. The land Is In a sin iv uuum. borhood. 10 site ana reliable. ' ate ant" 50c bottles lor sale good state ot ulthalion, moderate's; Improved, Artistic An Illinois man not only eloped by Dr. M L. Ilourne, Ilruggi AD'A-NC3 PER and Opllciau. mm win make a goon nome saie positive Jesso Brown started a new hack W T.WAU1). with his neighbor's wife, but Ills four Stanford, Ky. 9J o piid SV3.GO w'll e charxcdVK i;.i, vin. Ynfiimih WWhen not n.. Ifwt fniiflnr. To hate your plmtegraplis made. You will find you right and give AN INTnODDOriOM that ha will M.Mti...."n.i Mr Nice Town Property For Sale. salitfsitiou. aln.it s Heat he jnsl.es pictures t,ou tn ,, children, Ids ox and hi aee, ... iiKIIHIUUIIInil''1" V...I....W MCmnoV. Kemcinber of all K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ..1183 AUIU I'llllll, OI UUI1Y1IH', WHO I'olhe through csr service o( the Ihe different sles, ern from Ihe smallest photoWisconsin CenIt will run daily. graphs ui to a life tire portrait In crayon, water has frequently visited her relatives here, tral Linesxnd Northern l'ncific K.illroad isunnec I offrr for sale prltatcly my Train leaves Kowland at 7:00 a. m., returning House and Lot on picture This N written on ground hog day will bo you and paittllt mid conveniences married on the 17th to Mr. YV. eisarvful.yIts .iJvAinsjcn It Is the only rout.' 10have Danville Avenue. I'he House contains 9 looms colorseiuargrii, win If jonliatea Mm tie sou been pay tt 5:20 p.m. want established. in see lorn the and a That quadruped could not see his shad- M. cellar and there Is every convenience de- contracting tv th any one in have it made, as he Is iMcwc coist over which both I'lillmtn Vestibitled McMurtry, foriiierly of the firm of sired, turh as cistern, outhouses, Arc It Is one of located here and 'will always lie here to glte L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. and I'ullmjn Tourist C'nrs ow this morning, but it turned out fir mien. ..itpiaces in aianioru A J KA It I, Stanford, K) ca irom t,iiirai;o via M imui wiiitaut Chinee. Price & McMurtry. 94 tl J II. HICOINS. Kail tram going North 12 29 pin and beautiful in the evening and waim Through ttain leaves Chlc(fo day Mr. W. S. Garner and Miss Mary p m. The traveler via this roulp pastes at 104$ " " South 134pm for th season. through Kxpress train " South the 13 a ta Curtis were marriedat thoGilcher House belt mot ph.turrsiue, inicresiinir and jirospciousa of tountry In theWestciu World. There is There has been much eickneps in , , ;;v,v oisrr."2". "! contrasts that . ""i SouVhZ:i"r:':3Ziipm thiseet'lloiitliirinjr the severe winter. at Danville, Tues lay. Tho brido is scenery with must striking Ihe pine fotrst level KAKK CHANCI. TO SUCt'KE IIARCAINS the tolling prairie and Hatln? purrhased ilie interest former The latter trains also carry passengers. County Clerk George A. I'rewitt is now tho pretty and accomplished daughter of to thu wildest passes of the Mildest mountains In Owing to the fact that I am a little' etstucleil partner, Mr. Vs. K M. I'herson. I'of my lib. ra. nsl a The above is calculated on standard time. Solar Mr. Monroe Curtis, while the groom is Ihe world In Dry lSHls, Hoots, Muies, Hats and the like, I share of the patronage of the of Rowland pep'e There is a series of the noble t cities, towns and on the Hick liet. Dick (iibony has been time is about ao minutes faster vhi o villages o( cverv varietv and ii. from the lumlit Cost iur me nest io.ias oiler my enure stock at anil vli lulls. I will ou,iuu the cash bust lie farmer. missing from the public haunts for a day mi industrious and wdl or the tiny farm, upward j the richest mines in the low for (Jash. 'I hetv goods were huulit at t ery which the firm of Ili'lon A Mcl'hetsou started out uorld, the crcciust and most listing pasluraRr; feel prices and sellng then at Cost, the publk can to do. anil think I tan eaulv prove why it will l or two on account of illness. Mrs. Nan some this big benclirial to both my customers and mystlf Kor the wildest scenery on the Continent; canvns as oner nstured of gooa rare IIAKC t AINS FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. lor 3U uat s onlf More in Inttaiico at these prices, m founds granula cy I'rewitt, mother of U. A. 1'rowitt, ia ciru as a lujntmare; mils, snows, ainl peaks Darst win sianu Kxtenslon, helnceli IlowUlutand Stanford. icu sugar lor ll. A I Inn Mrs lollee ss cents net startling the A. T. Ilnnn sold to Allen Bros. mv-t'- ti txrfectiiminof magnificence id their beauty and a now on ii visit to her son. and all other goods in proportion Also J. C. KI.MOUK comfort in traveling that hat nescr ave on hand at all nines lumber and shingles for been surpassed yearling mules at . Judge Myeisnnd County Attorney sale II. HII.IO.V. Fast train sis the Wisconsin Centrsl I.nes for yr 5 Rowland, Kv Owen county woman soldo4 tur- St. r.tul, Minneapolis, Ashland and Duluth leaves God bey have just returned from Yoaem-ite- , An Chicago at 5:00 p in dally wliti Pullman Vestiwhero they had been to make a le-- keys at an average of $1 40 each. bules! Sleepers and the Central's fjmo.s dining Lot on Main Street in Stanford a cars attached. investigation of the mental condition P. P. Nunnclley bought of Bob G-A.SIEof Mr. Milton McMulleu. Ho was decia lot of butcher cattle nt 2. Containing acres, 4 CouBh Following tho Grip. Many persons who have rccoterod from la grippe by cwrcd ded to bo non compos mentis, his insaniThe Georgetown Times reports sales are now TR WALTON', Stanlord. troubled with a rnin.li. Phm. ermseasy. ty being of a violent kind and started of 100,000 pounds of tcbacco at o to l.'io. bvrlain' Cough Kcmed) nfr.l.l.nt will promptly loosen this Highest cash market price JJpaid cfluhand relicte the liinja, ellectliu a permanent W. M. Morelaud sold to Sundidge, euro immediatelv to Anchorage in charge of a s ery short time, nt and 30c bolllss for It. CAMXITK, for sale hy Dr. M I. Ilourne, Druggist auddptulan, his son and Deputy Sheriff 'Clol Wheat. of this county, lot of feeders at 1 Sunlordy, Kv While on ollicial business a fen-- ceuts. BucUMn'B Arnica Salvo. cs:d most offeciivc In Cincinnati ! is the top of the The best days .since your scribe was hospitably saltern the tor cuts, cmorgoncy medicine. onterlained on the Itolliug Fork by that cattle market, 4.03 of hogs and o of sores, ulcers,chilblains, world sores,jittetter,bruises salt rheum, feter chapHustonvillo.Ky. ped hand, .VIk rnrnt ami ritn A &c, at prince ofj jovial fellows, I.t. Vincent sheep. full line of Coffins Ca'tl. Kt alwa)s tus lions and positively cures piles, or no pay requirIt should ho in every Mn hand I have for sale 500 bales of buy and ed. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, Peyton, and near Ilustonville by Lt. or money refunded I'rico 1$ cents per bos, family. & CO., . F. Warren Lauime, of old time Garrard oOO barrels of corn. John Buchanan, Kor sale by A R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. m iS ijr While at Iluston- Crab Orchard. SIANIOKD. KV ci unity memories. Ci 3t O. VEX DOME HOTEL A Sufu Investment ville vu had a Ion: and pleasant chat P. P. Nunnclley sold to B. F. LcvyeH, FSaos. is one v. hi h is guarauteed to bring )""'-factorWAI.IACK Sll tl.I'. I'ro'r. with your gifted correspondent at that .IF VOf AKK l.OIfJI... . of Garraid, 5 cows at 2jc iiud a results, or in iasc of lailure.u rciarnof fe plan toucan your purchase prise. On this place. Tho doctor always reels ofl his lot of steers at 'JJc. out- from our adveitird druccist a ttoitU'uf Dr CASINITV:, HIxuiK'r, or King's New lliuonty for Consumption. It s yarns eo easily and naturally that it is At the Br.isfield vt Co! side at Lex- guaranteed to bring relief in IILST)NH I.K, KyJ DR. W. B. etery case when 1HK enlivening to read bis productions ington a son of used for any affection of tho throat, tangs or chest' such as constiiitptiuti, inlUmmatlau Thsreughly refilled and the and Tho startling news reaches us, and Wilkes Boy, was sold to J. J. Conley for bronchitis. lhma, whrnpiug coughof croup,lungs,, prenuiesl 10 atten.l t the refurnished nubilefullA' etc wAHt.of the fully confirmed, of n serious dilliculty ta the taste, pet. ane SA.MI'l.i; ROOM attained mwi elr It is plaatant and Office South side Main street, in office recently felly safe and can always be relied upoa. '1 rial near Dunnville, on last Sunday, but full vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. At the fir.it days sale of trotters by bottles free at A R. iVnny'i drug torc FOSTKI). particulars are difficult to get hold of. Brasfield ii Co., Lexington, brought Morit Wins. It appears that Curd William and two an average of SIKH); on the second day 51 Thss neilte forewarns hunters, fishtrmtn and M. CRAIG, DR. We des ire ti- ssy to our citizens that for years ie LouiaviiLC a NatHvuic H. R, men by the name of Daniel-- , all under averaged fl,7So. hasp heen vHUng Dr King's New Ihscov.iy for oIlMra Ht lrptss on our lands wltkasit as nil u.h will be prosecuted to the Coasumpiloii, Dr King's New Life l'llls Homeopathic Physician, the influence of liquor, got into a light, Besides the OS Derby entries, which est est t svf the law Signed Arnicn Salve and Uectric Hitters, an4 kave Is tl.c i C. M.POONAMOnUK for Jn1 as us Never handled remedies that sell ns well or the - - - KENTUCKY. which resulted in the killing of Charles have been declared eligible, the Loui STANFORD, 5$ J K URUCF.. have given sm.h universal sattsfaciiun. 4 aged 1(5. thu shooting of Curd villo K ice Course, atinounces the follow- - not hesiule to guarentee thesa every tttat We we IIOMAS C. HALL mmI to 3 p. m.; 8 to Thomas, 10 to is a m.; Oftiqf Hours: 5)aily VI'KKI.K HAILEY. Willi.ims in the arm and the shooting of ingontriei in the important events; Hurl atansl rcudy to refund Ihe purchase pesce if autit- A M I p. m. Make stole Coanri n. PKLANIl at no not ioikiw tmnr use laciery rsrsuin mm Office on Lancaster street, opposite court house. II. W.l'.AINKs. one of tho Darnel in tho mouth. It is bourur, 10; Alexander, 'M; Kunnyuiede. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI BnlSlJIf' pmtr biu'd that Williams, in attempting to LT; Merchants, IS; Delbeck, 15; Falls Ci-- j 1 S l'Hll.I.lls For all points !! THKOli.H tlCKr I'M Mil l c. shoot Daniels the pistol was turned ty.-La Orlppo. At,;s.(iK ciUtKLf) IIIK'H fear T .wide by Daniels, the ball striking young J. L. Hrown rented to Dr. 5j. Willis Sa hsulthy pcron need of la Any dangcnnit fiotii as attack grippe if properiy DENTIST. lor any inf.ssirsiion ki .it r r as before men- 00 acres of grns-.- at $0 per acre. Thomas with fatal lt Zndn trraijert. It is mush Uw sam. a severe cold aad I I CLIFMIkD reiuirss prvciselt the same trdMest. Resaalst Lancaster street. tioned. Thomas had nothing to do with iiodgkiu shipped for Or Is moving to the IlifUins ot6.c, KulXclin SUnlosd. Ky. John C. Clay. Uo i. nelly at home and lake Clsnisskarlam's Coua .. W liv ... tracting. ... Nitrous OsideOas eitcn fur psiniess ,g-- u trav r Kenedy as directed lor and the fracas. cattle, averaging 1,170 pounds, and sold HJSini and ctwrlei recoveryaavere cold fnilnw a STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Juaniea (' is K) la the corporate litni.i o Kawlaad. is sure to them at lc, home weights. Winchester 1 his remedy also couaterai.is any tetwlency of U .iv?.icjuy n wnmfTVfru urctt , II I IARSr..KowtaHd. gnppe to result in prMiioonia Asm, rut the asaay REV. CHARLES H. SPURGE0N. Democrat. thousand who have used it diirssta the enldcmics Cumkrknd Cap we have yM to learn t a of the paat two One Man Did in a Short .What many women suffer from Excessive or vkvTv latY-'ti- uw 1 LK Y i oviock. xs& it was R USE. ViWif s, TH E R Scant Menstruation; they don't know Simrgeou lived leas than 3S years, He suned to go and his bat he nervous-- j .. who to confide In to pet proper advice. louhl l.il, ScLesUU. p u RILEYt.proiirolort and lorjthe past two yer has been in ly lingered, and tbev stood in the ' Dcn't confide in anybody but try la IUTsjci I)essir.tr ,. . ,, capacitated for labor by illne.v, yet few Mary Jane and her' beau, and hu liti- -' London, - - - Kentucky. SOl'TII HOINO. men who over lived accomplished so cered and lingered arm lingered. And Lvc.l.smlssitU , n tj ap m I have moved to my new Hotel and am kettei htmafcrrt ' i much. Preaching his first sermon ut lie lingered and lingered and lingcretl ptepnrid than ever to accommodate the pebfie. Arr. IIJ,i.. ,r," .. . c. r 1. - .. (rood Livery attached ami etery ronteoicsxe de- Le 10, he became the regular pastor of n and lingered, and lingorcd and lingered t the a so p rr ; n a in a Specific lor PAINFUL, PROFUSE. iWn ot th Oemocrac,. liiecnon Nov sired Oivc me a call. Arr. CuuiWerlaad (i.s I tt f m .Jinn, SCANTY, SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR " Hamilton .Sprisus.. .. 7T FRANK KILKV. coiiKreation two years later, and for and lingered, and lingered and lingered, l89'" ii P 7 i a m " Arthar ...7 - his audiences have and lingered and lingered, while bis MENSTRUATION. 41 pm ; ii a more than 30 year." Prtwult Hlver ,.. STATUMF.S I' OF THK 4 illl1"! So a in Boole to "WOMAN" mailed free. ' laicwell averaged (5,000. greater JMpsij " Lswe MasmtaiB I BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ca. ol that perio hi During the beenpart hat be noryoiis'y lingered. Chicago' i l a Candiil i j p as, I iji hi liuvo I ribune. .naca 1 ite lor re elrctisHi tn the osnee of Cir- - Lincoln Co. Suildine & Savings Sold !r all Urujcislsta. islprn 4i a m " OahsMn Hlver.. .. Clerk, kubjett to the actsnH of the Densswratic vim each week in pamphlet form, a I issw l a iti W w ' Wasbktsia 4 is pmj vo a . on beg-- i Xot Imimiovidknt. "Aha! single edition sometimes running as high IWtltr VfcMiF . . 4 7 p ii v i a in STAN'roitD, KV " LsittrssU pus, 9 4" a ,n 4 as 150,000 copies, and then republished ged a dime from me to get a meal and ' Csstrytasi 45a psa u 4" a hi OSiieia Farmers llanl Ik Trust Co , will.on Jan. " MttaNiyvUSe p as of here I find you buying a drink with it !" A&o 3 in uunual volumes. With none f 07 ui a in 1st, i(9, " Ifeveiis- ..... t Sfa 10 ii a in OF STANFORD, KY., if ' K. t JnncisuH Mtecher'a real or Talmagd's spurious el exclaimed the exprimentil"philiinthro- Silpas to ...am Defter In ' Not much you don't" answered Issue Another Scries of Stock. " KsssHle a in (s now fully organized and ready for business with oquence, the Kuclish pulpit talker ha3 p:st. 14f"iiiN'Di.Tif imrsB and Domestic Fruits,! Ant- one seekiag a afo Invesltnrnt wshiUI do Lve. KimssslSe - - $200,000. had the laiy t and most intelligent au- the object, tbrowiugitdolldron the bar. Foreign o a Paid up Capital of 1 45 j well to intestigate. " That there dime, o yours mebbe won't Arr K. .V O Junttto ... . 4 a as, ft 05 p ,n mi P IN wre-kl' llev.ly... - payirst s cMisl(s wane lime 19,000. dience even given to one man. Neither be spent for a week. I'm not one o . Surplus, . w a in; 016pm than S per ceut. sunc organiMlHm. KmiMes men " MalorMyvitle .. the aristocracy norjthe plutocracy could . . 14 a m 6 ji p m Ha with him a first class baler and can furnish f Hinited moans to es.uic a home. Monty tultan Cnrrywss a m r. (A p m V SUCCESSOU to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL obtain exclusive, right tn a seat in the them as spends their money as soon as ittru.1. Cakes and the like on short notice, " LullleM sj 110 gov.1 real estate in HANK OF STANFORD, visim 7 y p in II J. HAKST, S. It sHANKS. " PssMsJor S(snss t p IS a sa Metropolitan Tabernacle, and without thev earns it. II. C. I'AKKIS, I. S. HUfiHF.S. Nowclosmj up) with the same assets and under " Washksttej. .... t '! l. nun u II. Cattleman .."Mam so p in m n isement. ; choir, organ or brafs band to attract the A O. I.atiham John " Oikwsasi J N.MHNKFKF. the i.ame .. n IUB'M!I m II. IIALOIIMAN, JOS.'SKVKUANfJK Of rooms of poor hearing qualities Dr. ' Oisseh Kl.er . Ky provision of its liaitr', depositors are as is, 7 " Losisi Mountain. . . - is 4h a Ml 7 47 p m fully protected as aio depositors in National multitudp, Sunday alter Miuuay, year J V. PKVTON p Kphraim Cutler says: "Kvery. hall or Banks, its shareholders being held individualist Issei.i.ll ... ii .'i a in I p ih j()S. SF. KKANCK, I'resllenf " Pawell ltrvsr liable to the extent of the amount of their stock iti and year out, every bench and chair church has its keynote and the audience II an a m I 6 p tn J II HA HO II MAN !sc'y i therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the in the great hotly and balconio of his Arthur 11 w ill har better if tlte speaker's W. M. IIUIOIIT.-Iuimiliifl " llamlltan Spilugs voice is amount invested In such shares. It may acta . ... 11 ni dim I57 p in executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as church was occupied by mi attentive lis Cumherfjiiil Oau Sia ml pitched and held to the keynote of the I individual n " MUsilc.Wfo ..... it is n'nl 9 it p m Lve Ml.lillmUro To thoe who entrusted their buisiness to us tener. NOTICLTO TIIU To find the keynote, sing the tflSUPSnGB a JS p in UOffiPSflV while muagini; the Lincoln National Hank ol Arr. Sianfenl Yet this wo but a Miiglo phase of his riom. scale slowly, evenly and smooth-Him ' we we here tender our many thanks and I Stanford, 1 natural Uuistille TW their business toil III I U IjIjIL. trust they will continue to transact prompt atten- multitudinous labor. He founded and ly, or play this sealo on piano or organ. JjJjLLU for with us, offering a a guarantee tor any Informal n as 10 101ms, raws, etc OE L,IVERI'OOI eil ' lo tion to same, our twenty years' experiencecon-In maintained an orphanage that Tne note wliich is the most prominent W banking and as liberal no omuiodations as are A HI , Act 'fc t.eji IIki o'M inmates; conducted a theological colKl is the kevnote." hats optned in Liinneclioii with my Hotel, the sistent with ound banking. Kiuvdlc, icLn lege hat hits turned out 1.000 'r MKECTOKS: .Spurg-jons- ; vr is reported from a book fund that A strange death established ). J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; supplied to indigent ininieters 80,000 MANAOKKS, Orleans It is said that while playing a J. M. Hall, Stanlord; ,! A J. S. OwsMey, Stanford; edited a magazine; wrote pam hose upon a lire a telephone wire: Commerce Building, Louisville, 2X3SsS3 S.J. Kmbry, Stanford; phlets and delivere free lectures upon electric light, wire got crossed ami the First-Clas- s J. Lynn, Stanford; Agents throughout the South almost every subject of human interest. stream of water from the no.le struck' A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; And offer the services of it to the puliln Itrand It is Niid of this human engine that he the wires, a heavy current followed ' HK c fjKm J. K.Uaughman, Ilustonville; m new tehlcles and Ircsh blooded h,res make ill) BDB J. K. Cash, Stanford; employed five stenographers, keeping down the water and killed the lireman "$?. A. TRIBBLE, Local Ag"0nt, slahle compare with William Gooch, Stanlord, Ky. tlntn all going, ;md that his writings who was holding the nuzzle Tho Bost in tho Country. Mlltt STANrOHO. KY S.H. Shanks, President. tilte me a call. would form a complete library. No won-dj- r H. Owsley, Cashier. J. P W OKKKN, Proiuieipr of thu Ohio river The mean descent hi "eventful life is ended at an age a HUKNS, Matucer W. M. llright, Teller H Hatighman, General Beginning with the New Vcar, it e imperatively young, as ages of the not- from tho junction of the Allegheny am. m ln mv m y LMJ and the Monongahela to the Mississippi, is customary to form new rcsolu- ed men of jJM- " "J in Kugland are reckon Kti'i,'.,im ed," but what a stupendous work for is about 0 inches per mile, the distance tions and as far as possible profit NATIONAL BANK one man to accomplish in a single shoit Demg '.i. nnie.s. Twenty mllesthe Shortest to by experience of the past. Th or long span of life! Louisville Times. ' general credit system having OF STANFORD, KV nnm..n"v'iin.niikUuiiRVM bee II ti... STANFOItD, KY , coiiuemiieu oy ootll for practicing that Inn- -' uiiivcr&suiy lished a Michigan Peints, St. Louis, Chicago. HOW TO DlUNK A Fakm. Hob Cleveland. Detroit, ticbtor and creditor as a curse to, Capital Stock Hiilfalo, guage, in view of the expected Kuropc- -! llidiana,olis and the West, gives this simple recipe: ".My N'c Filmland, Canada, - our country, one of our young gro-an influx when tho Columbian exposiSurplus honulers fiiund with a chronic nose. eery mercnatus lias concluded that Vorlc, lion is open. lii Hotel, renovated to the fact now Attention of the public is invited In Stanford, while you lire Stirling up the sugar in a Haltimore, it will be wise and profitable to fi my thare and intendami conduct it soisas to Washington, Philadelphia, m National Hank to too only . .10 a ,,1 that this is provisions of the National Hani Act Quickest time to Harrodsburjc, FranLfnrt. Ky glit98 of gin, let me give you a mail Willi l.et a proilV woman go Under the fr. "0, ""'V maiitUin iisIubIi reputation, but to add Kichinond, VI KOI MA Shortest and tUp capital depositors are secured not only by fact to wash down wilh it You may her troubles and in his sympathy he Quickest line to stock but by the stock holde is liability for an 'he'i the .totk.so that depositors of sav you have longed .(or yettis for will fall in love with her and add to amount equal to jn of S.oo.ooo de shijnvrcek of so ma this Institution are secured bv a fund of the bank independent life of the farmer, but Five sworn statements oftheconditioli A First-Clas- s am, fll Solid Trains, haueact cars, smnlliicars and Saloon the samc tmco(rcr yeur to the United States governare made each have never been able to get money cmtlics, Pullman lloudoir wnh its assets are examined at stated times And IIII.LIAICDand POOL ItOO.MS attached. out change via Cluttan.o-a- .Slreners thrnnirhMr,,l ' SUCH IllUUCemCIUS ment and 10 11IS CU.StOlll- Ifirminuliam. I ran slatld ht.vlmr "Mm S'nrv4.m. 3V1I by goveriimcut agents, tnus securing auuiuionai enough together to buy a farm. Hut IOSKP1I COHItV. ian tnaltinff direct connections en route for Knoi and perfect sufety to depositors.established as the that is just when- you are mistaken. bah every day in the week, but when, crsthat they can not affoill to buy villc, Ashetille, LyiKhburand points in the This institution, onginallt Deposit Hank, of Stanlord in J858. then For Home years you have been drinking on Sundav, you put ramins in it and call their Groceries elsewhere. For exiWs and as the National Hank ol .Stanford ample he will sell you re organized as the Hirst National Hank of n good, improved farm at the rate of 100 it mine pie, I draw the line." At Chattanooca for Ailanta, Columbus, Wilminc uninterStanlord in iS. has had practically nil supplied souarofeetn gulp. i If you doubt this ton, Charleston, ,T'Tm grip in London;; 20 lbs. Granulated Sugar forSi. oo 54ihii, Satannah, rupted existence jf 3 years It is better prompt . It is said that the llrunswick, Lake Cit) .Thouiastille and FLOHI for transacting business now with tacilitiea statement figure it out yourseli. An 1. Sugar DA tioiuts. Oo libcrallv than ever before in its leug and 1...l.. .w.t 4ls.s l!faa II II li II Itt ialil 23 lbs. lv and Tho only line running sohd estibuled tr.iinswuh acre of hnd contains 4.',0(i0s()uari' teet. career Amounts of corporations, ChiC OO I'lillniHii lloudoir or Pilace Slteping Cars to S time, as much as di.l tho 3 firm, and Individuals respectfully Kitimating for convenience the land at panies there Ll Auiistinc without chjuje lor any class of pas. 4 lbs. Arbuckle's Coffee 5I in 1SV2, v. v.au, t.l(,.,C . r4:;..")0 an acre, you wilj see that it brinys cholera epidemic 'The Directory of this Hank is composed ol 2 gallons best Coal Oil nelma anil .MuntKOmery, lluntsviUr, Decatur. Horcu. e. Memphis and AUKANnAS points. the land to just one mill pei square foot, V. J. Foster, of Stanford; write who 3 cans It is the man who cannot Peaches Shortest and quickest to Anniston, Scltna, 23 Forestus Keid, Lincoln county fjH for lOsijuare feet. one ow pour makes his mark in this woild. Hut lift-i- s 3 cans Dncct made nt ,KV OK Tomatoes 25 Ufc.A Without Olllllllilis fr.lnsl. for t !lsttAn J. V. Hayden, Stanfoid ; down the liery dose and imagine von full of crosses to liim if he has to sign 3 cans Linroln. Corn iiui.Moii, audit.., S H. Ilaughman, 25 urciswallowingar-trawberr' patch. Call his name often. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. M.J. Miller, Mt Vernon; And many other goods in like iu five of your friends and have them to S. T. Harris, Lincoln; The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburo, Miss., Shreveport La., nukincdired connections A fine .stock of Famj J. S. Hocker Stanford; ll Wthe poet who raves about drink-in- g proportion. holp you gulp down that garwithout omnibus transfer for Dallas Fort Worfh, G. w. Lackey, Lincoln; brig'tt nun.shlne. Tho ily Groceries and in Fancy Groin tho Austin, San Antonm, Kt Paso and pointsln den. (Jet on. a prolonged spree pome T P. Ilill.Stanford; who driuk "moonshino" tire not ceries, Fruits and Candies a disd3y ami see how long it requires to swal V G. Welch, Stanford. TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. V V. Tate, Stauford "." " For throiish rates correct county maps and hi I play that can not be surpassed. Having removed iny Hartier Jjnop to the Cora low a pjsture land enough to feed a cow. poets. information ""i Inam prbpared OFFICERS: Come and see me, opposite 1'ort- - mtrclal Hotel, Igentlemen in to accommodatemay or address call on Agent at Junction Citv ' Kv j j, LKIT1I. I'ut down that glass of gin; there is dirt V.ioilncL- 1'iir li! .11 w.w ..... anything they dies as well as ..iii.t.ii.ns-v- . ... ....-.- . i .. m;i, rtav Pass, Act , Jnneiion Cli v. j. S. Hoefcer, President; Caslu. r, wish in my line. Children also waited on. Call iu it 100 feet of good, rich dirt, worth wife's throat, tried to kill his daughter1"1'1" "oiisc. I). MI! LER. ESSK THOMPSON. John Jr McRo'jerta, raihe Matiffr , t, p .VT.A,, . Iu Commercial Hotel. . A. A. McKiauey, Assistant Cashier $111.50 per acre."' and then committed suicide. Llncicnao Semi-Weekly Interior Journjl I Uli 4 I ., ti YKAHf 1 EAEF, 11 ARTIST. .!,., ..,-. firM-cl.t- ii a-- - M t i.i satis-facti- q'-- i; 1 ranct-fro- At Cost For Casli. FOB, CASH to-d- aids and Coughs croup, sora throat, bronchitis, asthma, and hoarseness lk oS-o- n SS-3- FOB, gl SALEI 1 1 Giv-on- 3: I flyers Cherry Pectoral lha safes 11 II 11 15 Undertaker&Embalmer Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, H ELKIN Dr. J. Aycr Oo Kob-in-o- n, THE - PENNY, Dentist. II.iK. .WORTH WEST, v Con.-tantin- e, i7 .igri-W- c sa-o- m JOHN " mMSk - lluck-len'- s lisM-c- st I 1 Double Trains 3?r :r. morgan, d. d. s. I.TSJt'XWtlw.1 1 l.Mlst.FS M. re-u- For Salo s 1 Twcnlv rots . - 1 k , t.-.- V. I Every Month ! vea-s- , Lite-tim- e. 1 ::ti!LU "-. .1- Female Regulator Bradfi eld's hall! ' . "r.. .j: I 0 lm ; n. r. I Umh , j ..lu... J, J,. UIENEFEE, -- 14 I ..- .- -, . Mlil..... . , i 1 J.i --- . '". w,. I kmik Ijni 7 Farmers BanMTrnstCQ. , :i(MiraafBS .... , 4 - 11. I - - : , i ' cnf.nori.A. . - . . . 1 A 7 . I ROYAL r I SO I 1 , . 1 lp I ! an-I'- ll 1 le.-- BARBEE&OASTLEMAN vol-uiu- MYERS HOUSE, . J 1 . XJvcrStnblc, m& 4 ff m m 94'tw&zvimmu 1 Honk-Keepe- r. Q5-- to-d- ay ICTiW "mn: ysLisjsmaEmm .& ww FIRST mv HKtf Awismmf P0RTMAN HOUSE, .i.. $200,000 Hlll-det- te 18,500 1 josivl'll I COFFEY Pro'r, 1 t .. ..... New lioston, tin-fre- !STll.W .,.,-, . - ! ' 111 m " . I a T, solic-te- d, f'f" oee Barter I Aui.-ii.t- y Mo-Idl- e 3-l- centiei-tion- s 2-l- y 000-fo- ot Shop lol-lo- ' j JESSE WEAKEN. i 1 , ; A't -.- - is 5t 1