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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892021201 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. $BWW&?i ''I Semi Weekly Interior VOL. XIX. CRAB ORCHARD. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Journal NO. 99 l v V' STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 12.1892. -- HUSTONVILLE. WLLIAMSDURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. Itov. Johnson, of Ghildsburp, is Tin' young people were very p'cns- Squlio Peyton was oh hand hut Nearlv all of the nick have rccover- " nntly entertained nt tliu resilience of e(j ICidd'H s:ore to opvti big holding a protract sd meeting at the Hap-ti- t Tuesday at : church : evening, Mr. Isaac Heirin, Wednefda a majority of our loafing population couit, having every preliminary arrang Gilbert Miicum was shot and killeil I) (.Slaughter Iihh purchased the havo gone to wmk. ed for trial of nn eject nontcw, but the lias just received a Ci.ib Orchard College building and l'mf. Philln Colomnn. of (it. in- tpiiet removal of the party necessitated nearJcllico, last Saturday night. It was lenioiU'l and ciuitiiiu town, O., is teaching a Urge school at udinilled adjournment till next regular done in a drunken quarrel and no one grounds. Me will lias licen m tested. said building into a handsome residence this placo. term. Mi. J.K.Smith, of Jellico, Term., and will have it as the home of liiH fami-lSenator Kyle has investigated tho There are children in the northeastniter the ehue of the season at (irecn ern portion of tills county who have nev- Divorce Colony of his State and the de- spent Tuesday in our town. Capt.it. Overalls, Jumpers, Extra Pants, if not aiims-Iti- ir N. Archer, the newly elected vice presi velopment of such llriar, thin (all. er seen a ni'Kro. dent of tho Kentucky Lumber Co , was lluptlst cotilllcU of dillereut State laws has The. Haplist luncheon at the Tho flist ooin t)f the new issue to church, Moinlny night, a" g'"d reach thin county was here last led i his introduction of a bill to have here a few days ago. A receptioa wn.s 'iven at Mr. Frank livTuesday by our railioml agent from the the law unifoim throughout the navt'bn both financially ami socially, And Everything pertaining to Gents"' Furnishing Goods. er one was pleaded anil enjoyctl their operator at enlluj, Cul. It is a half tion. In view of possibilities will it not Myew , rues lay evening, in Iionor of bo best for thn old maids and tachclors Miss Lizio Weht, who was visiting Miss lunch. Among thoio from a distance dollar. Tucker, May- we noticed Mlsi Maggie uur menu, .mek: Uoun. i running of Stanfonl to reconcile their littlo dif- Cairie Myers. The guesls gathered Messrs. Spencer j wood, Miss Henry and following sligeeiins "ail." in the ferences and promptly begin team prac- about S o'clock rik! spent the evening On White Goods, Embroideries, Laces, Handkerchiefs, Towels, Napvery pleasantly, as they always do when mid Itcttif. Ijineimter: Mr. K. risb, Mt. Toxin pip-if- .. "Neighbor, Hive your tice while tbero is still "balm in Carrie is entertaining. kins, Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Oil Blinds, &c. If you have We money ami buy a Veinon, and W. Dillion, Pillions. farm, lot or bay front for hhoultl any of tho old hacks prove Mi3 Col. Silas Adams, of Casey county, to thank them very much for their at Aransas Harbor, where you can lin- irremediably set in the leprehensible not seen our stock of ih had tho ger around in the lap of nature ami live practices of balking ami kicking over tic was here, last Saturday, looking up his presence ami aid. liro. Stout pleasure of cnteitainiiig little Mies Ha- oil' her ululives." traced there'll be no prospect of mlace inteieMsin the coming congressional race. Mr. oeowiloii, he havzel .Slaughter on the Lift Friday night when Jailer King in swappiu' Iiot.es after the new la m our special John Hays was herd to attend term of common pleas court. bought htr basket. in force. ing went in to lock up his prboncis, Iiunrv Koes Mr. W. C. Hutchinson and wife Laltue, a little darkey, hail concealed J IJ. CiM)k left Wednepday for Cin- Judge Tius'ey was .sick and unable to Also icnumber that we dehave moved from Pineville and will oe hiuiiielf near the door ami a soon as Mr. cinnati, cotitemplatini; embarking in the attend the term of his couit held here Come at once and see goods and prices. fy competition in SHOES. All our goods arc new and choice and Mrs. Kate Kgbert. lCiim hteppftl on by him he slipped out hnntpsiiivnts of a rommercial piliim. hut Saturday for the purpose of appointriipyttit house with Mi L. W. I'mg, of Mt. Vernon, has the door ami made bis escape. A $5 re- Mr. Montoinory and wife are visiting t ing a commissioner, but sent n letter will be sold as low as can be bought in any market. the bar to elect a special judge near ward moved into the Moiitgomeiy hou-hrouu'bt him back from FittxburK I lev. W. W. liime's. Mrn. Hruce and has re Monday niRbt Mrs. Montgomery an- sisters. A. I'. and have an order entered oppointing tho ilepot. MIm Hannah George W. Chambers, which was done. turned home after a pleasant visit in Tiiomas Mini, living at Klkin's mill, MeKinloy, father of IJ. F. MeKinley, one has Oiillriish eieuk, was in town Monday to of our most popular lumbermen, died No other business of importance was Lawienceburg. Mr. Henry lVttus . .. . .... IIIHSKI, mm... inm. it....... Ket writH for parties whom he charged last Friday ol pulmonurv complications transacted. Mr. Chambers gave bond annlll It'll lor pays In thing he can May now as he has Willi utiUiiik.' oll'tlie tails and tars of his following ni). Mr. Me. was past SO with John V. Siler, It 1). Hill and Win. Ellison as security and immediately Mr. W. horses and ntherwihe in CiMb()rcbiui. maiming them. year. His remains were taken to bis nn the duties of Ins ollice. MeHobeit. of l'ittfliurt:, Mas in Crab Tho parly charged with the outrode, Mr. former home in Ohio for interment. of H. is ropoitod convalescing Orchard. Sunday, the guest of ono siyrf, ia nil enemy af big. A knife tak- James Five FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. the fair hex. Mr. J. It llnihy was call- en from tho party the day siter the cut-tl- rapidly. I'ncle Oeoijf W'eatherford oc- J oasionetl the family great concern by ll.irrodsburg, Sunday, on account ed to had blood ami horde hair on it. Kon Sai.k. 140 ewes and lambs tin) fieely in rich desserts Inst During the year 1892 I shall kecp constantly oit illnet ol lilt-- brother at oi the serious M. Owens. Maj.John V. Drown, formurly of in alarming stock of that platf. Or. l'ltttu was called to itockcustle county, Ihi State, but now TuowUy, whit: i John Buchanan bought of 11 1). hand a full and complete i. but after tin- stoim lie bels that Holtz-lnPillion, Tuesdax to ntlentl Mr. llarve 1.1 shoals at :Jc. at tbt fulurt iinp water cit of rwoiits justify tin- moan Mehiu, who i ipnte h'k. Wanted. A load of hay and barn-Teva", is rijxbt up in the tljtlit in tush-in- u of corn. Apply at this ollice. Is bis tow n to the front. Htuddcs look LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Ibmhc If ei rin sold to J. II. Ynntis, of ins: after real inUtte and virius other Among lh Milting attorneys this matluiM.eii'lutMKiitiirk .D. Hmw has leiibnl some btnd Oarrard, four j em ling mules at &1KJ. uiimhIoUw of " A. Svunebioad at $17 lion. I: V Wan. n, Stanford, for his town paper, UMially with a im.ral for wiekwi-Clover seed is on the rise the price ' William-- , Ml Vernon. Hon lib-er- t a'tM-heMCre Casi-eMy stock of having jumped from oO. to not sretivrallv complimvntarv l,ur -,- !- A- W,l,lH '", him of 700' -lluiuing and John W. Ywikes. lait-ui- to their rivtil P. P. Nunnelley bought of Janus nlmm the (,ulf. pound mountain uteei, Mondav, at 2c. Underwood : head of butcher cattio at -J- im. . ladv, it -- Tie contested election casus of llob snow w Ah up with a lot of . 1,000- - 'c Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of . . who ha been htrc Hinee lat July, for Minimi utud i u'IiimIi )!. ciJil Mntiifnt tit M. F. Klfcin luainst Hemphill for tht office of Co. bought of various prompt sen ice, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas her retnriieil to her loiiie mat ' . is under trial at the time of tin weok with her hindth fully reetorod. Dr. pirtiis 10 head of butcher .stud ut 'J Damon in charge, A. R. PENNY. candidate for cir eonts. Mr. J. 1'. Haili-vwriting, IoiiiIhikiii lepteHentlng Hemp- Mnith, f I.ouix:lU-- was hero thih week clerk, was here, Wednesday, atnoou .1. W. Ferguson, of llourbon, purhill mid llratlley for F.ason. Theie in the intervHl of it printing eoinpauy, cuit J X.MEN'EFfE littlupay in theolllco, but the hon- who aiv jwttJUK up description, etc., of his many friend. C. li. tlentry has re- chased it big lot of shoats to follow cattle a. c. SINE nr is immense. or of being called "judge" Kentucky (iitiuliee, showing their n turned from Hickman, where ho lias at :i. 10 to.'!. for soim- tunc I have for sale 500 bales of bay and j in know. soun-e- . Th book is to b distributed been If it isn tact that the capitol is to ."00 biirreU of corn. of old man lvtfh lor stretch-Ij- r The tiial John Hucbanau, Fair. Mr. It L at the World's lOST loud-inl.o icbuilt, let UHieik our representative Crab Orchard. wires across the turnpike road lit o tertttincnl a number of lib friends Sun. to vote for it out of its present from lainiMster to Niiholasvillo T. L. Crow bought at the Lexington day by yivlni: a ivtriilar numoii location, asinovim.' be throwing mouey it will in a verdict of $760 line and one dinner. Miles the bay stallion Neat wood, by NutC. W. Ping and fimily have I'leaf-.wood, for $1,7:5.3.; l ycai i imprisonment in the- county jail. fji frali ( Irclmiil. Mm fJ .1. awav to rebuild in the same hole. was represented by ihmU: The Commonwealth Col. Mobfrly, of Madi-01- 1 countv, of haiisviile, Is visiting home ' HUS Uauhlin. ' W eare Kiad to note that there has bold two Shot thorn calves ut ?'00 each Attorney Herndon, It. H. TmnlliiMiii, folks hero Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, brackets been a new mail mcfsf ue,er put on ttiu and one at M00. HardiiiK and lieu. Hon. Koln-rand Verandah Work. Thoniit-oi- i, Texas, l.utweek, .las K. At C. and hope ioi belter mail strvice 1). X Prewitt bought of .Ino. .AI. tin ib f'Mise by Col. V. U. Itrad-I- t V. SlMvinhhot and killed M. .lams,1 arguments on the line from Stanford here. If the Hill, John F. Cash and others a ami Mort Itothwell. Tin.2TD kIihiiIi. Mr ' ii uiniehiint ami uoieby Maiding. Herndon, Itothwell Sla vin tea eon of Mr. II. 1. Mavin, of P. M. at LaiuMNtcr and Danville will be of teeders at '2 to 21c. The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. ami rtradley, all 01 whuh wire good. (.isrrard county, and learned the tele- - so kind as to help u, wo will change P. P. Johnston, of Lexington, was the time of the mail leaviu Iiucaster Wednesday elected piesideut of the Nawill move for a new trial The defence - - niph busiueM at Ctab Orchard and this Ofllce Ky. for tliis place, s, as to et the mail from tional Trotting Association. and if overruled will piobably take an place years nsio, sfterwar Is Kiine thoK.C train cacli iiioi iiin from Stan nppeal to tin? Court of Appeals The cattle market in Cincinnati is a tioijt to IVxas, securing tho agency at ' IokI little firmer with tops at U; hogs are TbompHon, which beheld until a short! THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. .Mii-hula and Thomas Mock, of fairly active at 4 03 for beet; sheep are time si nee, w lien hit en to red tliu mer Lexington, are visiting friends here. II. ::. too). A bill to incieicMs liquor license from cantile business. From n letter from Mr. ' I II..I.M.. inl.i..!. ..... .. ...f.ntli'u ..tllV slow at Dntlill Wi!l'..u .,j..,.-w..- . . . ......... ...,v.J( '! .i...nljl cnti nf ow.. ' iliuili in train ,i..i .iii.ii... a - . !rl"0 to 5J00 lias been H. Camitbell, a Keutuckv boy, who is in Atlanta and he..reports a slow undo Ittd Wilkes, is sid to have been sold The bill t raise the limit of iaml now liiilroiid s place, we' laneny to $."X) was dtfeated '2 to 1. while irather the following partieu ar.s of the 'trade. O d Mrs. T .ter, ol the Prow- by Dr. Galbreatli, of Lexinu'toii, to Lev-il' settlement, has about . recovered of lloston, forf.M),000. the wluppinupost clniis- had only . killing. A biother of .lanes and .lames,.demv Ironi a seveie alt ick of the 'rip. fehe is Foit S a i.K i00 shocks of extra good ii--- , man who has looked . The iiuiiii iii..iiiii idii in numu vriiin -- lutu Ml yearn old ami can do lots of house- fodder, loll tons baled hay, (00 barrels of for reform from this I.CKilature will Three years ao the brotlier died. leav- shoats. Call4 min and 10 head in to rvalue lliai lie is iookiuu in vain. ing bin widoi and tbiee childien j'),0()(). work yet. Our county badh needs a law pi&s- - on G. C. Lyon, Hustonville. Judge Lindsay Iihh drafted the bill M. V. Jam s appropiiatcd ainl6peiit tliif Under J. W Brooks, of Shelby county, to appropriate f 100,000 for the Kentucky money, hi looking after the intcie.steul ed foi the benelit of constables. Woild'a I'air, with tliu the widow ami children Slavin incurred the present law they are foiced to go rented 20 acres of land last vear for 5120, exhibit at the ' proviMi that Bliould Lexington raNof.'O, the deadly enmity of .lanea, who Iihh all ovei the county, if necessary and and on 2 acres of tobacco denied $:57(l, percent, been carrying a Winchester for Slavin often times get nothing. Theie are so besides having 73 barrels of corn left and (KX) tor the State Centi nnial, of the $100,000 hhall g" to that. A big fin u niimbei of montliH, while Slavin main little suits connected with their his house rent free. Don't be deceived by something L. W. Hudson, of Danville, botiidit I las many imitator?, but no equal. woik, where neither partx in itisrespou that it provided himneif with Kentuckv'g objection to tho bill as draw siblo for the cost if gained 01 lost, that 2.S Buy the Oliver and you will have the best. I old mules at SI --'.," 0 from Jas. said to be as good. and gives too creates too many oilicea weapon, the shotdo too much work Htitsell; 20 green mules at S127..30 and am the only agent here and extras bought elsewhere are bogus and much of the money to their pay. gun. When Slavin took the thiee or- they are compelled to one pair of extia bioko mules at' $.'130 will not give satisfaction. Prices reduced on both Plows and Repairs. hi speech against the bill to phan children to his home to raise Janes for no pav and consequently the all In Let it bo law that the party from Wallace Shannon. -- Paris Kentuck-iathe moiiy limit, Col. May, of enmity increased, and a short time since iaio i1iibirid that if it wan piiied it lie hired a Mexican to walay and mur-d- ei ' bringing the suit shall make bond for event helosesthe ease or eiooked-ness- in After lighting chaiges would put a preiniuin on riiine, aince Slavin at night, iih lie passed from the costs in the a i.tce for t wo yeais, Frank L. would prefer the depot to hia house. Some friends of it it cannot be made oil the defendant. man of liiH comitituentH in all dis Xoble, owner of the once great .stallion to be in jail than to be out and have to Slavin discovered the plot in time to ITheu we will have constables tricts to do tho necessaiy business and Alcyon, lias beeu llually expelled with foi a living. He cieated a great wain Slavin. who went home by anothwork (LATU ALKXANOErt'b MOl'EI.. his horse from the National Trotting Aslaugh by pledging hi word for itthat er route. It waa ascertained that the set rid of lots of spite law cases. sociation. the fare in the Pulaski jail wkh bettei Mexican had concealed himself in a box AND ToOru 1'atiions. Feeling that you A Hill club of l;!0 membeis was or- than that served by any hotel or board- car and watched for his intended victim Hhoiild be interested in the leport that ing lioiiM' in Fiankfort. for bouts. (In the day of the killing war- handod 0111 superintnident lately ga'iieil in tliis city last Saturday. It is 42.50 Janert nide past the front of SlavinV for the lirst live months of our school, composed of working democrats and it is por Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-HousThe .Stanford Intkiuoii Jornsai. uiiini-ltit- store. Slavin was sitting in the door we submit the tigures of our register to claimed tlie chili will have a member-- ! LOUISVILLE, KY. to tho; abilitv of some anxiety with his gun acioss his lap. After get- you tlirouv-- the columns of the Intkiu .ship within the next :0 days of fully 1. Lexington to take caie of the Kcntuck W. R. LOGAN, 000. Paris rCcntuckitui. ting by the htoie a short distance some oh Joints i.. The number of pupila and; tho Deinocratic A. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, 'Clerks. l'resa Cotton'is lower than tit any timei w 01 ds were passed between tho during the sepsiou was about 75. Mie past 10 yoais and for the wi..,.. I ..i....il i.kii nt lint U!llltl Iitiu. If bittei !irt w inter ...... "v - two, when Mavin exclaimed. "We may The highest number in attendance fio. 1. 11 .iv no nine ciiuor ui tin- i. .1. hum in a quarter of a centuiy there is no.v I art wull setth it now. can stand this llmiiiL' the bad January weather the 'J0.000 people market, at any pi ice, forcotton mules t ington take care of theduring tlio last strain 110 longer. lanes dismounted ,0ilool m.cn. is(.l foi a da or.two to 'J7, hero two or three daya .. ...1 . .. in the South. Relieved of the labor ot ... .1 ... ..I. ... 1ahI. ., ..,. I..I aim .....I.. Iin-.. nun nnr ,.Veneo dailv atteinlance was a trotting horao meeting, it would have ward .slavin. iui mi imciuiquicklyimnie the latter luvdfd frilcti0n ovei "1, whirh we consider nn draw ing the street car and the cotton no doubts of her ability to handle tlm his gnu and llred two shots. Janes died plow, the limit) may consider Ids millenPieM Association and Democratic Con immediately. Slavin went at ouco to excellent average. We have trusted in nium has anived. Lou. Times own human vention at one and the name time, a Richmond, th county seat, waived ex a Higher Power than our Lexington wisdom to enable us to do our duty and law yew would Hay. hOim Tho committee which wan chosen at animation and gave bond in the sum of have tried faithfully to fulllll the trust - inw i .1... Transcript. ui .1... uoiumer-'- ' inn reveni 1,000. Mr. Campbell says it would not lenosed in us by our trustees and wo rial Club ami members ot the Legisla-- ' At Frankfoit. while.looC5ill. a negro have made iinv iliU'eience had the bond ei we sever the very pleasant rela- tore to prepare a bill calling for an ap' Jim beeu placed at 100,000, that it would tionship of piincipal and assistant to wa.i on tiial forhia life, his brotlier and an- have been quickly given This shows thank them, a.s also ou, our patrons, for propriatiou of '?100,OtK) lor Kentucky's tho court-ioowalla'J into display, decided that the exhibit was for with us in maknounced that lie. not Joe, was the real in what estimation our ol friend and your kind not to bo opened on Sundays and that is held by the business men, ing our school a success. Heapt. schoolmate murderer. "Citorli(iowtUadptsJuehil(trciitliat Ciutorla cure Colic, Constipation, no w hisky, even in original packages, is capitalists ami the cUi.eus in general. tviur htom.vli, lUarrli'va, KrurtuUon, L. C.Tlll'KMOXII. Hamilton tiray, of Harriman. I recommend ltjuiupr!ortonjr prescription lie sold tbeio at any time. Pie will be Kills Woruw, t'lM bl.wp, and promote to business esM. P., appointed pobtmnitor Mr. Slavin lias the H. Dams. Mas. K. It A Arciiib. to me " wlio w.ih allowed, but it i not ceitain from our known ill So. Oiford St., lirooUyn, N, Y. I Without lujurious medication. , continued tablishment in the place and is well fixby 1'reMileiit Jackson, and ha-John A. Morris' card, nunouneing Frankfort proceedings whether butterTub CTAim Courisr, 71 Miirmy Street, J. Y. postmaster ever since, h.w just ed financially, all of which lie has made to lie own oll'orts sinco going to the tho withdrawal of tho lottery, will go milk and persimmon beer come under at tho ago of 82. How on earth by his died State, ami his fiiemis there as down in history as Louisiana'd emanci- the ban or not. A little more light, genClarkMin happened to mi.ss him nobody Lone Star tlemen. Courier Journal. well as here are almost imiumeiablc. pation proclamation. knows. i y NEW CASH STORE SMew Stock of Clothing, SHIRTS, DRAWERS, UNDERWEAR We Still Wear the Blue Ribbon iib-mi- I J tj, Gib-ad,- Scotch Homespuns, French Suitings, Black Dress Goods, &c, e. Mi-Fu- ll - ..iii J. S. HUCHES. A. R. en-teie- d ui; PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER iiHii-fi- - w - ." r L-- ,.,... . . tw - Drugs and Paints, Oi3s, & Stationery. a ToiletArticles Glass, Books, k"1 , .") ! CliH-aL- WATCHES, CLOCKS & cTW3SX.Xr5r polio-ju-lg- , - ' t ! I i - g . SINE & MENEFEE, DEAL3HS W1BE Sl4iiT old-tim- e - e mnv-i-i- SESIi DOORS HMD BLINDS. t Un-tlr.u- ; - car-loa- d WOV232T FE2STOI. and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, n I s The Oliver Chilled Plow pu-snite- 0, .,,.,., j vj s l, - , . -- , . I 1 1 11 1 1 double-barrele- 1 l'u-l.ia- t-i u. ' J. B. FOSTER. ! ; ' THE WILLABD -- THOROUGHLY RENOVATED IMPROVED. e, - Rales Per liny. a- - h j Manager. li. il 1 .iii - j . 1 1 bv-- i 11 1 . ru.ii.-m-- 1 ... j M ;l-inl;I- - . do-sir- e, l m Infants and Children. Tui-ncN-- ce, I UI- J'.3 ,; i .' ,1 - c ... JJ i r , h,t v. Uob,U tht ) A very large spot has appeared on NEWSY NOTES. Tint act to amend the revenuo laws of tho face of the sun and tho superstitious Kentucky provides that n man must pay A man fell dead in Manchester, Vn., of evil. is taxes on all debts duo him, but allows a few days ago.in n grave ho was digging think it prrt'ntious President Beers, of tho For years no ere lit4for what be owes. This is neisalNew York Life, has been drawing Stanford, Ky., FEimiiAnv, 12 1892 ther wise nor just and the Legislature for another. John Jay Knox, controller of the ary larger than that of the president of will not adoptjtho net as suggested if it currency from 1872 to 18S4, died of pneu the Unite 1 States, and upon his retirewill take time to consider the hardships F monia, nt Now York. ment this week lie whs voted an auniinl which could result from it. The bill alBetween the years 1590 and KkSO no pension of $'.'5,000 for the ast of his life. so shows an unjnstJiSdiscrimination women were burned in Yet it is not only chaigul but proven less than ngiinst corporations, which it would tax Scotland for witchcraft. : that tho affairs of the company havo inotonly on their property, but upon Composed of the highest grades of Moca, Java, Rio and Pea-berrDollie Agnew pleaded guilty of lar- been grossly mismanaged. Louisville their franchises. Corporations sliould ceny, nt Chicago, it is believed, to save Full line of Tunes. should they be given exSenator Vkst's letter to the Grejstoto not expect, nor her lover irotn tho penitentiary. Lent?, President Tho Hon. John J. emption from anj tax on property they Good to Club, nt Denver, on the occasion of the The liberals elected their ticket iu of the Thin man Club, of Columbus, O., Caltes, may own, but to tax their franchise and nt Salt Lake by the asserts that Mr. Cleveland informed him of the birth thy of Samuel J. celebration thocitj election put the screws of inquisition on every largest plurality that they have ever in a retVnt conversation that ho does Tililen. very naturally "created quite a detail of their operations, will 'rivo Goods not kept in stock ordered on a small margin. cast. htir" as reported, for it miuced no words not wish the presidential nomination, many out of business and at last react e took in preferring the peace of private life. His The Louisvillu and concealed no opinion. He declares airainst the welfare of every section of net voluntary withdrawal is all that will that the defeat of Mills wa step back- the State. Our legislators will think 5:1 lO.S'Jl.oO last year, which was ward in tariff reform and n blow at Mr. profit of $213,HUO to the govern keep him from getting the nomination twice before doing anything so unwise Cleveland, but ho ia confident tliHt the ment. or dictating it. as and unjust. "democratic pin ty will survive "this The Blnnd free silver coinage bill Charles Mcllvaine was killed by House to it survived many other blunders and It was far from our intention to rub has been favorably lepoi ted of thewill be electricity ntSiinj Sing, K. Y., Monday, it misfortunes. The nomination of Cleve- the hair the wrong way on our usually nnd n speedy consideration for the murder of a young gill. He was land heems to be the just and logical (when everything goes his wav) amiable forced. known as tho toughest com ict ever in prevent political condition, contemporary at Frankfort and we ore Moie than 10 per cent, of all prison- the prison, nit hough he wns hut l'J years ers between the ages of "0 nnd 10 die of old. He broke down, however, after all UI Ml K IN- but the life of the democratic party de- sure our article did not merit the consumption aud other tubeicular dis. hope ns cone and claimed to have gotpends on the fortunes of no man. The and peevish response that it elicitmanagers and tacticians, of whom I am ed. Hail we have known that the sub- eases. ten religion. After he was bound in the About 40 people were poisoned b chair he hallooed out "let her go" and not one, have determined that be shall ject was such a tender one we sliould not bo nominated and I know enough of not have dared tomention it, knowing drinking colleo at the monthly banquet 1,000 volts were shot through his stem, them and of conventions to be certain how thin .skinned the fcolonel had be of the Daughters of Rebecca, at Kldom producing death instantly. that they will achieve their purpose, come of late years. There is still hope do, Kas. Then' are 11,500,000 voters in the liecont events place beyond question the for him however, for he admits that fact that Gov. Hill will secure the entire there are BeyeralJ newspapers published United States, of whom 3,100,000 aro of JNew York delegation to the National in Kentucky. We were really afraid alien birth and 1,500,000 are of African convention. New York is that he had come to the conclusion that descent. democratic Gov. James E. Boyd has assumed necessary to success in the pre3identi.1l there was only one and that one the V "3 the duties of the office to which he wns electiou, and nothing could be more dis- Frankfort Capital. But a truce to ft X elected by the democrats of Nebraska a astrous than the nomination of Hill over This incident only shows "how u Cleveland, followed by a bitter factional light a cause may move dissention be- year and n half ago. 0 tart A Chicago crook named George Willight in the Empiie State, and wide- tween hearts that love." ft liams attempted to release a companion, spread discontent among democrats the country. If the nomithroughout It was sent out from Washington who had been arrested, and was shot is to come from ;New York, then Tuesday, only to he denied Wednesday, dead by the officer. nee A report comes from Washington K Ho well P. Flower is beyond question that Blaine aud'.Hairison had ceased for n if the conborne time to love each other and that that a still hunt is to be made to capture the stroniidst candidate, but ft x of the New York dem- their decided disagreement in the Chil- Kentucky delegates to tho Chicago con trolling element c ocracy persists in forcing Gov. Hill upon ian affair, iu which the president was for vention for Senator Hill. The searchers in the ruins of the the party, and will accept no other con- war and the secretary fur peace, had culclusion, it seems to me our candidate minated in the determination of Mr. Hotel Ilojal, New York, have so far should come from the West. In that Blaine to resign, which he would do in found 17 bodies. Three more of the event my personal preference would be a few days. On being questioned as to dead have been identified. !er llighrtiof A CttMm of Tarlrr IU! inc v Six freight cara were thrown from (ill ill Iraxmnc !' it -- I S oMMmcnt Kr- for that tried and faithful democrat, Wil the truth of the rumor, the premier emort, Aug. 17, lily Morri-oof Illinois, but Palmer, phatically said:?l"The story is falge. the track at Faulcouer, on the O. S., by liam R. Of the above CKLKHRATISl) SIIOKS. Carlisle, Gray or Boies can command the There is not a word of truth iu it." The the breaking of a draw bar, causing all YOUR EYE KEEP full democratic vote. The nomination of Washington correspondents seem to be trains to be delayed five hours. Henry Beavers, identified by his Flower would make 'assurance doubly unusually hard up for something to send ON sure,' but every real democrat will help out and they invariably fall back on victim, n white girl of 1G, was hung by a to elect the ticket nominated at Chicago Blaine's health or something connected mob at Warren, Ark., after which his, carcass was perforated with bullets. in June next, no matter what name is at with him in such emergencies. The citv council of Chicago has head." On the quest on of silver its On all Winter Goods, There is the usual ellort to get up a granted permission for the erection of h coinage Mr. Yest Bays: "Free coinage of the dem- row with the lessees of the convict la- wigwamou the lake front, in which to "T7'r,Ci-- Q.h made au issue by the action rliTTl 1 Gl& 1A b Ui V ocrats in Congress or by the National bor, but it will, its heretofore, result in a hold the National Democratic Conveii democratic convention, means division, flasli in the pan. Wo have known Ma- tion. The statement of tho asiguce of the anddivwionnieansdefe.it." Mr. Yest's son, UoL-- and otheis of the company alRound-hous- e; is refreshing and his manly letter most since we knew am body and never defunct New York banking firm of Field candor CloaJis heard aught but good of them. They Lindley, Weicbers it Co. shows unsecurpractiis everywhere commended. The Virginia gen- ed liabilities of $1,077,810; actual assets, costdetermined that are honorable, cal politicians have 39,:i2J. Cleveland shall not be nominated and tlemen, who are incapable of a dishonWe have nowjin stock a good assortment of the Huchcr & Gibler's A Kansas City court has decided cause shall be obscured by oth- est act. It is popular to wage war on that his A loses Imperial Plows, THli Plow of the clay. Call and examine our Plows er and' less potent issues. The question lessees of convict labor and that is why that if in a social game of poker certain demagogues and newspapers in- his money to B and B in turn is skinned and Ret prices before you buy. is are the people powerful enough to by C, then A miy sue C and recover his teach these tricksters a lesson? They dulge in it. losings. can if they will assert themselvep, and Tub Kentucky legislature continues to A constable who wont to arrest a now is the time to bea'm to make them- instruct our congressmen what to do. OR negro, near Little Kock, Ark., was reThe mistake of 18S0 ought The latest suggestion is selves felt. that the lif sisted and fired on by him and his pals. leaders learned these would-b- e to have Bavers be given an increase of salary. a lesson, but it hasn't. They would This is not a greU question, but it shows The ofiicer opened fire and killed four rather beat Cleveland for the nomina- ho.v prone aro our solons at Frankfoit of them. State'Treasiirer Hale declare that he tion with Hill, than win the piesidency to misconstrue the object of their assert -DKAI.KK IN- and courageous states- lilinir. Our congressmen are fully eapabb will not retire from the office, as was with the honest MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, some time since, but will at once man, whom the people love for the ene- of holding up their end of the pole. Drcsw move his family to Frankfort, and serve he has made. mies The legislators would do well to let Na Corner Main ami I)tptt Strrelt, his term. tional politics alone and buckle down to out Tiiekk is no sort of doubt that CleveTalton Hall, the convicted Virginia AND PROMPTLY DONE. the work for which you were elected. land is the choice of perhaps murderer, boasts that he has killed IK) Krcptnn hand conitantlV a baolonie line ol of the honest democrat of the State ami inmueil halt, bor.nttt, Ac Trimming dune to or. tf'All work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty . Kentucky has plenty of money now men and says he will kill three more if der. An tipcriencul enrpa of J)ici Maker .ire if their wish pievaiis he will undoubtedwilh of the direct tax paid during he ever gets out of prison except by tho tail me, who uill aatlily ihe public iu fery deHer part I will take old jold or silver in exchange for goods ly receive the instructions of Kentucky. hempen route. and other disgruntled the war, $000,041, has just been refundThe politicians Arrangements aie making to Bhip ed by the government, and tho solons BUSH, gentry are for Hill, and while they will grain direct to Europe from St. Louis are happy. The constitutional convenprobably not make a direct fight for him, via the Mississippi river and Gulf of AGENT, they are going to try to have Cai lisle in- tion provided, however, that the money Mexico, in tho new kind of steamers REAL delegation to shall go to the school fund and it can structed for, with a Hill Ky. known as "whalebaeks." carry out their plans when the proper only be used as a make shift to tide over Board of Equalization, The State I have quite a number of KAK MS lor sale ol the present deficiency. time comes. There is no greater admir- the II LamUin Lincoln ?K9 which waa to have met in annual session cry bestKjrnn are all well unproved county good Thod er of Carlisle in the State than woare.but Twenty Senatoisand 41 membeis of at Frankfort, Ion Wednesday, will not rich lands, running in ie from 3010500amiAire ho stands no more chance for the noini the House were absent from their posts assemble untiljMnrch 10. Many of the Considering then Iccaliijr, their mlilicus ami frr Is Receiving His tilltj ol soil thncoiivcmeucuof lurnpilr and rail, nation than half do.en other men south Monday. It was thought that when the rnadi that tiring markets riht to our door, ihey books aie not ready. are cheaper Inan the l.anclt oruny other LOunty in of Mason and Dixon's line, and the ft ee pass was prohibited it would stop a block Ot IiUlPIltlL'S ,ho state 1 here is scarcely a hurm the coun- Fire are perfeith awaie of absenteeism, but tho members 5 miles irom a lei howlers for him sein de- in the business district of Memphis. ty otercounty is checked ol turnpikes runninc with he t. They know, too, how easy it is to termined not to stay in Frankfort SunThere is not a public roiul en Luehimann's Hotel was among the num. met cry direction seat county Mucudninucd work the favotite son business and that days, even if they have to walk to some bor. The Peabody ; Hotel caught, but trruiK the the Knoxvillcthat is not the I. V N It Goods Warranted and a Perlcct Kit Guaranteed. Give me call. We have llranch ol It. dividing the county from Kast to West and the makes them feel the more confident of other place. was saved. The loss will probably leach C S. K K from North to South; the K C. K K carrying their point, which they will do, troni this place to Cincinnati, crotsint; theC ?c U. $1,000,000. A Ci.EVEi.vi) Cluii with about 400 at Winchester, giving full access to the markets ol unless the people assert themsehes. Be to frivolous pros- tho whole world, llesides, we have three largo A bill to putastop warned in time. The programme is to members has been organized fn Atlanta ecutions for moonshining will bo passed Klsiir Mills the county that Rive us a market for all our cram tight at home; and the dtvtlup under the very noa of Editor Howell, a instruct for Carlisle as blind to recoguixed that near- ment ol the mountain regions ol Kattern and who claims that Georgia is solid for Hill. by Congress. It is South eastern Kentucky bv jailroads and the outHill delegation. Go to the convention s of the prosecutions were let South by railroads has created such a demand ly STANFORD, KY., Cleveland as The politicians aio for that eminentapos-tlfor all kinds of (.reals and nrnvrmler that wecan and thwart it by voting for of mak scarcely retain enough lor homeconsuinption of practical politics, but the lank and instituted solely for the purpose possibility In the nominn long as he is a '1 he people arc prosperous, generous and kind, file are for Cleveland, first, last and all ing witness fees. nu ruuiuiiun. in tion, and until the fight in New York JunlSley H (le-- i iucilcviiiRneighborhood in the county but inrrc TheamOUIltOf Jolin has J nota and Hill both outside of any the time. puts him faicationsas treasurer of Philadelphia v,o We have it pretty straight that Col h'ls been ascertained to be $or):t,lK)S, b"- - perotis little city of about ,$) tnhab.tanti and is chance to be nominated or elected. great doorway from the North and North- Bennett H. Young is now editor-i,, chief sides $00,000 w Inch he deposited in Urn the boulh am) (rom thc Northwest to .southeast, Of Staple ami Fancy When Gov. Boyd, whom tho demo- of the Louisville Post. If Bain right into the bothis be tiue, tvejsiuue i'""11 "ll" which was lost thro' j nm "'?nd"1B",,1 ioe mountains of .Southeastern office of undeveloped crats elected to the executive the colonel seems to bo as much at home the bank's failure. Kentucky backed up by the wnolo llluo orais Nebraska, met the deposed usurper, Gov. on the editorial tripod as region ot the State with railroads running through manipulating a liquDr firm has closed it to all points of the compass, males it naturally A New Yoik Thayer, the famous remark of the gov- big railroad scheme or making a State the large.-- t sale of whisky ever made, one of the best loctcd towns In the South fur mannlaciures and other enterprises of magnitude. ernor of South Carolina to tho governor constitution. Water Works ate with James E. Pepper, of Lexington. It aboue the town now beins agitated anda right Glassware, Ouecnsware and Woodcnwarc. Nice line of Libraryfand of North Carolina was not even titought mile of about! ,is for 150,000 barrels of old whisky, :50there could be erected Water Works with very a of. In fact Oov. Boyd refused lliayer paper iu uio. State is The Stand Lamps and also nice Tea Sets, Dinner Sots and Chamber be delivered little tost that would supply a city of 150,000 inhabitants with the purest and best water in the prouereu nanu anu tney um uoi apeaic tue Covington Record. Its sting is al 000 cases of which are to Sets. We keep the best California Goods inthe market. Tho consideration world. Our little city has been newly rebuilt in as thev passed by. Boyd is an honest ways out and woo to tain that is stung yearly for five yeais. the last few years aDd its hmincss houses ard reswill compare with larger cities of greater idences man and of course did not want to shake It has been making life miserable for a is $2,000,000. Wr . w" tradesmen are 7K. Last June there was an outrageous pretensions. Our merchants and We have two all prosperous and doing well with the man who had kept him 6ut of number of people lately and others are ." mati a 53 Ridge Park, banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are his office and stolen his salary for a year expectiug to be struck by its lightning. shooting affray nearjPleasant and in a O T O ra O S! young Alsop prosperous splendid good condition have a Female We have JeH'eison county, between i) O" Oo schools. We d a half., ' u. S 3 College, a large brick building, with over ion Ofii' I 3 Investigation has so far dUcovered and young Smith. No one was erer pun nils in attendance and under the prlncipalship pit ol - 2 Most of the papers take Blaine's card and the other night hmith Prof. J M. Hubbard, is in a flourishing condiished for it, declining to be a candidate or to allow that the Hotel Royrl was a tinder box, wavlaid Alsop and filled his body full of tion. We also haveII,aK.Seminary that is a good 3 ZO S 8 09 Illakemanat its head We school, with Frof that it was a wholesale assignation house, o. S- - 3 3 J 5"r., 33 S a a. n befoio the convention for his name have one of the best Public School buildiniM in shot and made his escape. Ji c o 5 - i 5 3 this section of the State, with over 100 pupils in S Cf JooTn .u ..Miaiilontinl nomination, at itH farn that it had no night watchman, no fire u good The free coinage silver bill ami sev- attendance, and with other are private schools, s hnt. tlutr an those who believe alarm and no firo escapes. you see our school facilities excellent i .i 3 We have elegant church builmngs, representing 2. 3 The Bland free cnaKe bill went to eral radical alliance propositions and othCt, ' 2 5 3 2 5 J full that there is a suing tied to it and that the 2- uu S looking to the extension of every denomination, with adoing corps 01 minister Wednesday. Its purpose is er measures a better business 1? ? of fias class talent jnd are L' o L) '. sVssA en t certain pressure could ho brought to bear to .HouBei speculator defeat- than any class of men in the city. 523 c Z 2 ? s-in silver and the the circulation were summarily Rive the rn I have tried to make this ttatemrnt as facts, or to make the greatest and most popular Senate finance committee. The without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those standard bearer 'ver mine owner the privileKe to take ed in the renablicaa become the who know wilt bear ne out, and those who wish G9 "nt8' worth ot bul"a to the mint Pfefler bill, proposing to loan governto buy pleasant homes at fair prices and locate W party. With blm out ol the race. m farmers of Indiana, among'a good people with all the best surroundto the 1 to piaiBty Hurrkoa first and ,and exchange it for a dollar note. That's ment fundi ings, would do well to call aud see me before pur 30 M a s a single favorable vote. did not receive hasieg; 'jUewhcre M" abut the eize ot t. nowhere. SUShVSVSVSyVVVS1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 3g? DRXITK 11 GOKtDB o COFFEE. y. W. WALTON. SIX PAGES. Call for Emperor & King B. ?- - Candies, Fruits and Evcryt1iin$ Eat. post-offic- 11 MoKIlTlTEir 3BOS. - SEVERANCE & SON. flpYAl Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Carpets, &c. hos-tiliti- er. n Wi5 POWDER Absolutely Pure WE KEEP ASFULL LINE GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRIGES n, CORBIN. She's coming'. i t e R. R. Junction, Ladies' Dress, Goods, Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, at first - high-tone- d Repair Shops, College & churches For particulars, Address CHAS. FINLEY, Corbin Imp'nt Co., Corbin, Ky. Maker Men's and Boys' Overcoats and Ladies' at W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. ROBT. FENZEL Milliner and WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY nine-tenth- s 87-i- II. T. -- ESTATE Stanford, H.6.RUPLEY,-- ue-G- ra mhfflfo8j0vt& 11 rs' de.-troy- ed 111 Fall and Winter Goods FARRIS & HARDIN, 111 11 nine-tenth- e 1 . ftfiXtfuucoin. Have : a : Complete : Line Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, I n three-four- th red-hotte- st HO? -- - 5 5 - 1& VVV""., 2rl:rtf & ss Wi sail too CVv 5 T. I o a 3." -- . I? 3 a - f ft 5 XT nt ( l i .ii. 4 v-- t f - vvvvvvvs'VSv'VVvvVVsyvvvysvv' "t s3Zss mL' l"-- t ? V him sent to the w:ir department Thence It went with ti (I evidence to tho Micrrtar.v of ntute. and wna by him forwarded tn the llritish minister here und then to the rutmirnlty at London. The imral lords ww nMontshcd. and tboy aroti and But thiwn fery hard tioii und all the the captain of tin wny bach through the finis of the tape that is rtsl to t!te i:ritis!i minister ut full blown, two buds are unrolling. fiom three to seven cents; comment in Wuahiugtou, to t'iet1efMctt:ieiitsof state ntcdlcpM Jerwy Bulletin. What u eonceit it was a und war, ami ao to the Indignant Tlif court of appeals derides that a ofllcers at (Jorcrnor's yard of bloom and frannince. And now they sent a tti.it it irt iiuirthed no framed, I fail into man ciinnot recover damages for injuries mesMige of ujol; f n f'e rulencss of many a reverie over n. I bein wonder received on a train which does not carry their offloeni w::d (rcMistf of repara-tloiany oamu from, if the DHhsengers He can bo put olf at inn where tho rt The I'yhwlr ivn b this time far point, station or not, Imt in doing so no bin Conntanco went to the artist and away and not uvniluble. o down thu violence is to bt used. for them, if n!u did tho nulectiuj: unnccosHary Halifax euuie another of her It has been discovered that an error coast from hipa. the Tourraalinc. Sho and if, us h be neleeteil, be held the thorns majesty's in inserting onu-reNow York an I without delay n Imek from her tlner.1. And then from of the enrolling "not" nnlhtlis an important pro- delejfation of Iter (ilticers appeared at I the reverie iointoa trar.ee .ind neethu two meanib'riui; on under the twihidit vision of tho AiiMalmi hilkil law Governor's ialand. isfxiloized for the Isht year. It rudeness of tltrtr oomrndes, and readopted in of the treeH until the ditineo mnkert turned the cull What made the is further stated that it wvs done "a the picture and I ran not tell otllccrs more of the whether Ills arm U around the roes or mnrUed is a fact not ;ciera!ly hnown Cap Sam" .McI"lson, one a were not Htirely he would not clasp them that confidential itv liotfl clerk of Cincinnati, comby the adiir.nt.v somewhere then; hut peering too lotii: into tliealutil llritish ow the virion and irni lual'y mitted suicide nt Charleston, W. Va. In about ISrl euj'iintn; upon all bo parordc to uia't surf of dying he had pro naval oflWrs t'.ml t:.ey should the real eomei amund me until I ticularly careful in .ill their relations (Aiiiiliur noiindrt of the hamlet and tlnd vided himself with a rewdter and a Americans, and espt'cmlly polite to ipiantily of cyanide of pot:nium and with btutc-myself still in my defik chair KazJui: up United onval oRleers morphine. at my roses. A New Jersey suit for a roos'er Iihs EXECUTIONS IN CHINA. Just listen to the the gonx through t ic login ht Stale court, ut Uicbuiond: "Infant and will novv be taken to the Unifd Drraplt illiui liy u Wry Mow Process Krister Ollinr AlotUutls uf I'unUlimeiit. Damnation Abolished." "If the infants States supreme court on coustittitioUHl 'For the mimii n.Tenses the punishif this country could talk, they would giounds. That cock pro i.ises to become on the mouth nw up and call blessed the General As- almost ns fammiH ns the one which made ment hi China is with a bamboo." s,ul a traveler who sembly of the Presbyterian church in IVter weep bitterly. lately returned from the ll.iwcry KingAmerica for the adoption of n resolution A cow at Clarksburg, W. Vn , has dom to- a i)l I.iit in Nw York which rvads as follows. given birth to tiipl't calves twic within man. "It Is terriliK to seethe raoulha "InfltiU dying in infancy ami all other the pnt-- t ye.u, three being born in April of women swcl. us the cane is laid on, b. n sent to jail they and of men tisi persons who are not cnllly of actual and three on Christmas day. They are must supply their own food and that of tr.inxirression are saved." Now isn't that fully developed. A letter from the de the jailer or they ar.' ul'owcil to starve. about the silliest announcement you evpartment of agriculture pays there is no If they have notstif.leient blankets they er heard and to think the bi creed aro allowed to five- t dath. There similar cash on record. writers have to stoop to nuch little s The comparative railway mileage ol arc difTerer.l ineth.als uf execution. Ono in order to make clear the big witli our the worl ' Jan 1, ISO'.', shows Africa to Is what would Don't et niail, we stnnd on have (1,000 miles; AuMiulia 13,000; South hanging, bat it is dtfi" rent The victim uoiMuiiKti. is put afrainht a and a rope Is a plane and I an about as much dicgust America 10,000; Asia L'0,000; Kurope thrown around hi-- mv! Then it is ed with that chuise as you lire with my North Aineiica KS7.500. Total of pulled till the breath of life departs. candor. thu world 8SJI,fi00 miles. The United Another form ol . ution Is that of The l.NrKiiioit Jouunaih tribute to the States has 17I.(XH hih! ICentueky 0,1)70. cnttinK to piece, bv inches, which is done w hen th-- wnteoee of death is for sleet was short and sweet. A column For some years pant foreign travel has the murder of ;i f.ithet or mother or might have been crowded with the beautiful recollection. I nroio about mid layn very large. The Fecretary of the some othrrner rel.i'ivc Tirst one ear Is talten off, fien the other, next the mglit and glanced out at the grape ar- treasury estimates that our people spend tongue is takeuout. n.nl soon A third $00,000,000 in gold every year in foreign Is death by bor. It was u long bridge of en Mai nnd starvation have seen a the wavering moonlight made a trciuu-loin- , couutriis Other good authority esti man caged in the public streets, anil althis method, jeweled ellcct of every tiny twig, mates the amount in high va $100,000,- - lowed to end his life l every vine, the entire arbor and the (XXI One hundred thousand people g not being penmtu d to touch either wa pen.) $1,000 ter or food Sometimes a small boy world away out yonder seemed clothed to Kurope tnnually and average. The groat World's will brinj; him a little opium, which in a glowing mist. It whs one of S,. each, on an helps to less".! the .til7crn; anil brings lure's grandest rhapsodies. I went to Fair approaching will turn travel this tilKiut a more speedy death The most sleep and dreamed of stringing rubies on way. A contemporary estimates that common form K taWinjj uiT the head by 100,000 Kuropeans will come here and the sword, anil the extraordinary nerve a diamond thread. spend $1,000 each of foreign gold. of these Chini'di' is shown in this tnoro Miss l.ookabout is conceded to be tho .. than nnj ollu r I have seen two men moil btmitiful young girl in Stanford, Articles of incorporation of a company beheaded, one pin before the other but her bend is getting a little turned. prop ising to construct an electric rail It took three s'rol.es of the swonl to It is always amiming to watch the young roid line between Coicugo and St. Louis kill tho tlrst, i.ud wiiile the operation Unclt down woman who has been endorsed, for her have been tiled at Spriugtleld, III. It is was (fmntf on the with his neck outstivtched waiting hit face value. is a fun claimed that . i speed of 100 miles per gus growth. Witness the trulyj heauti-- hour can bo attained and the run be- turn. Thinkinir'that the process waa ! slow he turned to the executioner and i in. tween tho two cities can be made in '21 nsked if he were tfoini; to be much "She wears ho high a look you see, hours. longer with the first Then, when th Unconsciously; executioner came to him, he stretched A lily musing in a beam "What fruit is that V" Um-- oh, well, out his neck. a;,'uin und waited for th Of starlight.twero nBjiipt ns sho Hi, Jimmy, what kind of blow, which completely severed hit To turn aside and fondly drenni fruit is this'."1 " rho.se aro dates." "They head from his body " Of its ownjshndow in u stream." are dates, mudum. I never cou e Nnwspspers In Now York. One of the prettiest pieces of truthful. member dates." In 1SC0, the year before tho war, there nesa I ever heard was that of loving were published in Now York nineteea Madgo'n. Sho and her sweetheart had Ethan Alton, Jr. daily papers, besides forty-twweekMr It. Woodward, ol quarreled and wore estranged for lifo. Kihan S.Alton, Jr, hi Mr W .Saratoga, who tod lies, T. Wntiern several and monthly period. ... !, ot.n "l!.,i f.....I pur, nini .i niiiu oitii . Twenty u siuo, iiayi..!:.. i. ..i twin in ' year using Quinn' Ointment seven years ...... yean has fully demonstra- icals. Durin;; the twenty-fiv- e her tone, "Cousin! Will, I keep regret-- ! ted that it is the mot reliable remedy that I snow ending with ISSV I, ill I new papers were ting that I did not kiss him; it would of. I recommend it to all horsemen.'' started in New York, including sixty dailies and Uti weeklies Of these pahavo been such u pleasant lecollection." Mlloa' Norvo and Llvera Pill pers 1, 105 died before the end of the .Most people, youjknow, think it an Act on u new principle - regulating the liver, years, leaving a percentage, itumach and dowels throiijili the nerves. A new twenty-fiv- e ain to kiss any man except discovery I)r Miles' Pills pedily cure bilious- of about :H per cent, uurviviug Among ftl... .n tl.n lrt... nun 111:11 ness bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. ii iu 1110 lips. hid uiiu iiiu inn Unn of tbea Uueual:d for men, women, children. Muallesl, tho weeklies W0 died, Kitty doses 35 cents. Samples in less than u year und mildest surest t in leu Mra. Grundy's luncheon Fiiduy after- - at A R I'enny's. two years. hii noon InHt was a charming occasion. DISCOURTEOUS BRITONS. i Wines, pnlads, oyeterp, celery and olives, rending And recitations were hading fea Tho Rosult of n. Broach of to by Ensllah Offlcora Spistokd, Ivy., Fciiruaiiy, 12 1892 tures There should be more entertaining of this nature nt the hamlet, and at the little city on the iSt. Asaph. It is, n An Intrrimtlonul Eilnoilo Wlitch Una Count to Light SiitTltliliinilliie W. recreation for the stomach hs well as for ttie .loaloii Guard on the mind. Slate Hrcrctd. Well, I've said a few things nbout things in general, touched the old bach Diplomats arc generally supposed to bo d and mysterious, nnd our eloro, tickled the old maids, toyed with have at Inst reached own state department Is wedded tnoro the widowera and HAPPY HAMLET. and canons of the pnKU i'l my heart's big book, bended or less to the vlrtucn of the craft silence, the posscs-hcSymptoms of Love A Yard or Roses Self-- "Husbands" That will be th prelude the New York Times Still in to my next letter, and you Tliad as well EGino unknown way state secrets will Conscious Beauties. A Pretty Con- pull down your vests, straighten np nnd crop out nt times, end thus the story of A Summing up or fcs3lon. lie ready, for its coming -- and right be nn international episode bn.s conic to Tilings Past and Things light which the tolling Urav Body. tween ttie eyes. to Come. Some time since, perhaps eighteen This letti'r uh iiiU'iuIi'il for ihauu of months ago, her Itriluuic ttiuje.st.y'a ship MIDDLEBURG,CASEY COUNTY. tlio iitli, Imt was ureatly- iloluyi'il in 1'ylndes. iiltnehed to the Ihitish north reaching iih. Ktl There aro I'M pupils in ntt ndnnce Atlantic tqundron, a ves-so- l nbout tho A ymnii? mail linked inc tliu otlior day at the .lanie-Wus- h Institute. bame si.e ns our own lcsirsrfo. camo how lioiuiu;lit know wliou liu was mil into New York hat lir nnd cast anchor. A severe tvpe of cldcken pox is goy in lovo. I told him if ho felt a iiiuj: ing the lounds just above here. After the regulation ofiicial calls had been made by Iter eo.nmanding otllccr overy tinit! he h.iw ii bird lly in thu direcJohn Wilcher is preparing to build tion hin liwut pointed; if tliero ennui n a neat dwelling on a lot he bought of on the United Statei military nnd n.ivnl authorities, a delegation of army offiIhhIto to pluck evory lovely tlovvur for Thos. Miimii icers, tfnyl.V upeareleil. vt nt ofT to tho mm alone; If tlio songi hIio mil;, when John It. Jones killed a huge red fox Fyludes to call upon her tuptnin and 'Hiejr vere courteously miiik hy itnothur, iniuld.'iied him and he Inst Saturday while out squirrel hunt- ofllcers and, nilh hi.li opinions of tho Ml a little iiticknitiK of tin wlim wliun ing. It was being chnsed by u pck of hit nH.sod tins hoiixo whru hIio had hounds and coming within Hinge of politeness of liielt Krltihh cousins, to their post at (Joverpor'a livod; lii in ins unipty aftur holding a Mr. J.'s breeeli loader, he fired nnd island. lirc.tin of hur, thu miles between an brought him down. It was not the first The next day pr.' i I. and the next, eternity and life itself hollow and one, by severnl, that had died nt the nnd still nuotber. i"..l there wns no sign I told him, I miy, that ho loved, lunula of John Itobert. He is a hurdler of the appearance of a Critish dele,'ii-tlo- n ilutlien Hiked mo if lie would love when handling a gun. Finally the to return th?c:ill sailed away and the call was many (iiu ttt.it w.iy. I told him no, Dogs mnile a raid on pome three or jiMtoiicii that way and ho s.nd he w.i four (locks of sheep in Hie Mf. Salem It should lie understood that calls of Kind t heir it, thuthe would expect his neighborhood, ' killing .nnd wounding this cliarnet.-- r are utilri.ii, and it is con lieurt to be literally uoiihuiuihI after one several. Uncle Ike (Jowiiu is sleeping siderod u part of the ti'My of every i xprriunctf Itku that. Hut he had had with Ills shot gun in his arms of nights United St:itea 11 :v.tt flier r to do his hlH experience; for in turiiini: over the and I nresume that it will no b healthy share towanl rrttirnt.',: them loivtwof a p4ukut nlbntii later in the for any member of the canine family to Vlewetl in thla I iff lit, the action of tho owning a dried p.iniy full out. At he enter bis farm unless accompanied by Uritialiers iviu diascourteous s and rude in deterthe extreme, and Uk Ar.iei-icanpicked it up hu Hiniled, and 1 Htnilmi Ids master. mined toii'M-n- t it A ivpjrt of the too; duly It is said that Hie Turkish govern-mu- ut signed by 1!m?was dnwn up and was "For I thought of the purple pniwv ofJ'-erslaecrnud It That lay in my own heartH book.'1 will expend il'J.tMH) in repairing prohciiUJ to t'jr j,vn - I then In comOf course you have all found out that I the tombs of AbrniMiu, I war, Jacob and mand tit (io?erooi'x tlantl. nnd was by &mi-Week- ly InteriorJournal I 1 Etl-quot- rr&z Cth ryf FEED FOR AN IDLE P. WALTON. : HORSE. nny catool Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, ilck Headache, InConstipation or Coitiveneu vve can net duction, cure with West's Vegrtnblo I.lver Pills, when the direction are strictly complied with. They nre purely vegetablo and never fail to Rive atijc- Ion. Sugar coated. Large boxes, containing jo of counterfeits and imitation pilli, 35c. the Rrnuinp manufactured only by IhelohnC. West Co., Chicago, 111. For sale by A K Penny. .. 93 iyr liow-ar- REWARD, $500 above reward for We will the py For 6 Bmlm I mr Twenty Building Lots In the corporate limits o Rowland, ' H. I. DARST..Rowland. .IF YOU ARE GOING SIX PAGES. closu-motithc- s - - ud mean-itiKleH- I'y-lad- ly digestible, and in this respect has nbout tho sumo valno as woody fiber in the form of twdust. In the experience of horsemen, the cob has been suspected of dangerous qualities and as productive of indigestk i. Certainly it is not in any way food at can, under tho special exigencies of tho season, bo considered either useful, safo or economical. But corn is uu excellent food for n horse under certain circumstances. It is a concentrated food, it has a largo proportion of carbohydrates which supply the required heat and is suitably deficient in the albuminoids that aro not wanted by un animal that Is resting. Again, its starchy character is such that when, in the form of meal, it is masticated it becomes plastic and solid mass that ia not readily attacked by the gastric lluid, and is thus not easily digested nnd is likely to produco an nttack of colic, which, while it may not bo dangerous, yet takes up so much of tho reserved force of tho animal as to causo a loss of food. Tho corn, then, should bo coarsely ground, and if fed with cut hay will lie still more safe and profitable to -- Kiicp Hint In llimlth. A horso liasu Ginall stomach nnd active ' if A ft ) A4. IffVZsX mxuKi, JJ y digestion. Tho food therefore should bo of the highest nutritivo quality, with ns little waste innttor ns may bo. It should A new ml Complete treatment, consisting of uisu 111 ij uinunciii in bo ns easily digestiblo a jiossiblo. "Wholo u,'LoMurici,positive ini)pill;a cure for hxtcr al, Internal, corn nnd cob is not such a food, nnd on Mind or Weeding, Itching, Chro ic, Krcent 01 I ImnJ .y I.1. tirit-unu- i ...!. no HaiAi !utci general principles is not to bo considered known to fail. iic3 1 inn icincuy$5;I. a mivi mail sent by $t per box, 6 lor feed- W. h j aiiffnr iivsii tltsa inml.lu tllafiss trfirs turil. V either healthful or profitable. Tho fsfim tins ijii. Ul'va iiiii n lass. giiarRiitt'e I positively given with 6 boxes, to ing value of a food, ns ostiinated by ita len re I und t!i- - money if not cured Send stamp for chemical constituents, is not a safo free sample Guarantee inued by A H. 1'enny, guide, as the cob, wliilo not without Drurgist and sole airent, Stanford, Ky. Call for 97 'r seeming nutritious quality, is hard- samples 1 (unntlty anjl Quality llnst Adapted to ise i m CGJFF f. A ST. KfL&Xlt k NORTH TUB WEST, Louisville 4 Nashville R. R. Is the line for you, as its v Z, -- Double Daily Trains Make cloie connections at MtRYC ? y M t.C Vr. BRAIM LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. r mk-K 1 " , 11 C West's N'Mte md Hrain Treatment, a Dr. pcnfic f r Hystrria, Dirmess, fits Neura'?". njmPrint nt. n iii'od by alcohol g ur tobcco, VaUeluInes,.Mnital Depression. ot Drain, cjii-iinsanity, misery, d'ety, Jpatli I'remalurc Uld Age, )!jrrcnnp., Lous of I'owcr in either sex, !mnotctcy l.iicorrhcna and II Female Weaknesses, ImoluiiUry Losses, SpT- torrhc:i caused by oer- - exertio-- i of brain. Self A month's treatment bue, i, six lor $5 by mail We gimrantcp six boxes to urc Kach order for six boxes with $j will send written guarantee to refund it nut cured, Gnir-anteissued only by A K Penny, DrugitMt and sole agent, Stanford, Ky i It M &h? THROUGH TICKFTS SOLD. Snft-puin- n IIAGGAOL CIIKCKKD THROUGH For any information inquire of F L CLIFFORD, Agent, Or Stanford, Ky. W. W. PEMN, 'I rav. Pass. AKent, Junction City, Ky es C'J) 'curvutc ntyie,'VTat;niLcojiia- ..TO i WAKES Mothers7 FRIEND,, CHILD (DIBCTOAGODc ,.And. 11 BIRTH EASY, pots WJG1ST ..And. Colvln.La., Deo. 2, 1883. M7 wife used MOTHER'S FRIEND beforo her third confinement, and says alio would not bo without it for hundredo of dollars. DOCK MILLS. Kf(DiarjrQ(WETfl I'ullman Vestibuled HufTet Sleepers and Pull man HufTet Chair Carson all trains through to Chicaco without change. Go via the .Monon and jet the Ileit for the least money. For information address IAS. IIARKKR.G. P. A., ChlcaCo V G CRUSH.D P. A.. Louisville. - am not old rhnptoilivH imiiu from a j;fet(deep, manTin' National Ahsoeistion of Trotting ly htwrt, Some day I rtliuH tell yon of Hors" Breeders bus decided to open n Constance the woman who wliaped my new stud book fir the ngistrntiou o( future, my liopBC, aye -l- ife itself nnd high cluss trotters only. who Kititwl me to the heights where 1 A Jersey cow will make us many lent her. p'liiiids of butter in a year mm a good at I liiivn jiinl ll'iinhed paiutinp the fa- cteer will make beef; the butter from SO cents to SI a pound, the beef t mous "Yard of Hoten." A dozen are s -m- intl and that these love Joseph. Sent by express on receipt of price, f .50 per bot feed. " mailed ft ee. " M A horso of 1,000 pounds needs, in ad- tic Hook To others BRADFIELD RCGULATOR CO., dition to fif?-otimoiKiunds of good ATLANTA, QA iviUDMunr thy hay, not more than ten pounds of rossiu a -'- DrMlLtS' , corn coarselv ground, and this allowance of grain may tie considered as equal n .'i uf-tlx- I'yl-.nle- . en-mring 11 isl-.n.- l I u par-ile- n ch-r- tin-rtor- d d I'ciitir-ylviuii'- i pur-po.s"- ." I'jt-ide- well-kno- tro-'tlon- s to 50 per ceut. tnoro of wholo grain. This supplies about twenty pounds of dry substnnrn containing of digestiblo matters fourteen jKiunds carbohydrates, a tumid and of albuminoids and half a pound of fat, which is ample for a horse of that weight, and even for one of 1,!HM) pounds kept in n warm stable without work, but having pufneient exercise to keep tho blood stirring and maintain a healthful consumption of food. A stable may lo warm and yet well supplied with fresh air. A sufficient supply of oxvgen is indisixnisublo for tho projier change of tho carbohydrates of tuo toou into neat, in a close, warm, impure atmonhero loaded with carbonic acid this oxidation cannot go on, and tho annual becomes listless and sleepy and tho food is wasted. Therefore am ple ventilation must bo provided, nnd a toinperaturo of not less thau 40 degs, unit tw tar Detter tor tlio norso tlian ono of 00 with h s frosh air. So long ns tho stable does not freezo tho temperaturo will be safe. Henry Stewart in Rural New Yorker. three-quarters ( JtL IT Knoxville, Cumberland fap'& Louisville Double Daily Schedule, In Effect December ao, jggi. R. H. SOUTH liOUXBT ! QJB. 1 1 ',n MM A KWIII K VJ Arr. Middlesboro UX i- -iy Lve. Louisville I Stanford q'ifw WtARTetRt l FT. .. Lve. Middlesboro , ,. Arr Cumberland Gap Hamilton Springs. Arthur A nfltnv R-- i'N n'r" P.A.Ai.it u riirrriii rlUtsIS O'isi din-iolve- le-a- r s Ken-luck- y - tilotie-Democr- at - Homo for Water rout. It is a good plan for all stock to have For rale by A K 1'enny, Stanlurd somo place they can make hcadqunrters, and it is IwttT for tho owner to mako tho selection of that locality thau to leavo it to tho inclination of tho animals. Too many fanners neglect this in providing for stock, particularly for poultry, and more particularly for water Tbo Sbortoat nnd Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to all points North fowl. t. EnBt, West and Faa. is true that ducks nnd geeso, like It sheep, aro not especially in need of extra Line botween Lexington and Olncin natl. warmth or shelter, as they aro warmly THROUGH TRAINS CINCINNATI TO MID clad and resist the cold successfully, but DLESltOROUGII and J ELLICO still some slight structure, enough to SCHKLDLE IN EFFECT NOV. 15. 1801. give them tho needed little protection, N No. 5 No 1. is advisable, and best of all it gives Daily. Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun them a placo of resort whero they may make it home. Lve Cincinnati ... 8 10 a m 8 co P rn; 55 p P o You will find, by erecting somo such I,e Cowngton.... 8 18 a mj 8 08 p m, 3 P n. a m, 9 iu p m g Lve building as the ono hero represented, Arr Falmouth.... 11 45 am to 23 p m 10 P a lb Paris V tr. that the eggs aro much moro easily col- - Arr Lexington.. ta 10 p m n 00 p m pression, asthma, swollen ankles, weak and smothering spells, dropsy, wind in stoinaeh,etc., arc cured by Dr.JIiles'New Ileart Cure. A new discover' by tho Fiuo illustrated book of cures 1'llEE at druccists, or address Dr.Miles Medical Co. , Elkhart.Ind. DISEASE, palpitation, pain in side, shoulder ana arm, short breath, op- HEART j' -r Powell Riter- Tazewell Lone Mountain Clinch River Oakman Washburn Powder Spnncs 2 jj 33pm pm 7 33 a ni 235pm 7 38 a m 243pm 744am pm 2 2 10 p 845pm imni 7 08 am IT 26 7 20 am Luttrell. Corrytin Maloneyville Beverly.. K .V (J. Junction. KnoxviHe 336pm 348pm 3ypm 4 12 pm 4 27 pm 442 pm 307pm S 8 21 833am 8 43 am 756 a m a ni 8 48 a m 908 a m ; M ... 10 03 a m 22 p m 10 ib a m 5 33Pm 10 30 a m 5pm 913am 940am a m 949 m NORTH UOUND l.ve Knnxwlln Arr K. ,VO Junction.... Heserly f S55pm 11050 a 830am 3 45Pm 8.18 am 605pm 8 59 "y 14 Kentucky GentralHR. &outh-WoH- Arr. Stanford " LouLoille. " Powell River ' Arthur " Hamilton Springs " Cumherlind Gap. " Middleshrro Lve Ml 'clrsboro " uorrjton " Luttrell " Powder Springs Wahburn " Oakman ' Clinch River " Lone Mountain. " Tazewell Maloncywlle. 16 p m 31 p m a m 646pm 928 940 a m 6 36 p m 9 am 6 am 6 103c a m 7 47 P rn 1047a ra 739pm 1:00 am 8 12 p m 1 26 a m 836 p m 1 10 10 a m 7 26 p m 1033 a m 7 45 pm 35ni 40 a m 848pm 48 a m 854pm J3 a m 857P m 12 15 n'n 9 12 p m 9 33pm 235 a m 1 ti1 1 705am For any Information as to routes, rates, etc., apply to W A. 15LV, Acting Gf n'l Pass. Agt., Knoxville.Tecn. ONLY FOR A I.OO FSAO TO THE DECKER BROTHERS South-Boun- d IX RAND AND A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION J" uon-Hen- enrri-..pon- d p-.- t . Z..AA' ii r x! '72 v, !W.,l4 mm fl mar T,-ss5w:rC"TsXjTm.. ti ' 'T mep"P.-- Lancaster.... Arr Stanford Richmond ... Arr Llvington. . Arr MiiiuuM0'0 North-Hound. Lve Arr Arr Arr Winchester.. Richmond.... Pans II 2J a ra 12 10 p in 35 p m 4 45 P 3 20 p m 3 05 7 15 P m I 6 50 8 00 p u 1 n WEEKLY ENOOgRER Decker Rro. Grand Upright Piano. $650.00 Gladiator Watch and Case 30.00 A Lemairo 21 Hue Field Glass 20.00 A irnlman I'arallel Iiible 13.00 v rtice Parlor Clock 12.00 A High Grade Safety Bicycle 125.00 An Elyin Watch and Boss Case. . . . 25.00 A Haydock Rice Coil Spring 1 200.00 Handy Top Buggy A Railway Watch in 1 1 Karat Case . 75.00 A Life Scholarship in Wattcrs' 75.00 Commercial College f ' ' ' A Sk Octave Champion Organ 200.00 A Double Barrel Shot Gun 30.00 A Silverene Caso 7 jewel Watch. . . 10.00 A High Ann Improved Sewing Machine,55.00 .'15.00 A 15 jewel Watch, Boss Case 150.00 A Five Octave Parlor Organ A Gladiator Watch, Dueler Case. . . 30.00 A John C. Dueler Watch & Cose. . . 40.00 K " W" Lc '35 P"i p m No. 4. A . No. 2. No. 6 Kx '. -i-- u L I i Lancaster 7 50 a in lected and tho stock counted up. They Richmond.. 10 15 a m will show their appreciation of your atRichmond.... u 41 6 05 Winchester . 6 55 tention by collecting there often nnd 7 Paris 7 making it center from which to start Lcxiugton 2 00 p 7 00 3 45 p m in all directions on their foraging expe Paris 37 P 4 7 53 S p Falmouth... ditious. 4 01 p 5 30 p m 9 3 Cuvingtuii 10 J4 p m 5 35 P Our artist has given us ono kind of ar- ArrCinr-'inn6 45 p m 5 4 00 P rangement. Tho open space in front On the.Maysville ilranch, No 10. leaves Paris a o might be constructed with n sliding 755, am and No. 12, at 615, p m, arriving at Itijysville at 10 door and tho ducks thus kept in leaves Maysville 10, a m,10 and 830, p m. No. at a m, arriving at at 5 each morning until tho eggs aro collect- t 40, am. No. leaves Maysville at Pans ant1 jo ed. Of courso thero would not bo tho .rrivesat Paris at 4 10, p in. These trains an daily except Sunday. oxpenso of drinking fountains nor dust No t, daily to all points except Rowland Divisdaily baths, roosts nor nest boxes, nnd tho ion, which is daily except Sunday, No. runs precaution wo wish to urgo is that it bo Fxcepta Sundays: from Lexiucion to Cincinnati. No, runs daily. carefully guarded from dampness and No 4 runs daily stations except the mold. Tho ducks leavo tho water with Rowland Division, from all daily except Sunday which is No 6 daily except Sunday, boiuo water on tho body, and although No daily between Cincinnati and Lexington very little, still after awhilo, together Except5 Supdays. with tho dampness rising from the pond No 16 Paris and Lexington Accommodation daior stream, enough will accumulato to lo ly. Leaves Lexington 10.00 a. m. Arrites Paris "i 10:45 injurious. Poultry World. No. 7 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves CincinZS -11 111 IIOUSU ri tr. roil WATKR T' wm n rf ) iT11 ftIS FOWL. Lve Lve Arr Lve Lve Arr Lve Arr Arr Lve Lve Lve Arr Middlrsboro Livingston .. 11 15 a Kiclimond. ia 41 am Stanford .... 7 00 a m Ex. Sun. Daily. C 58 a m -E r S o Sun. u . . t 1 lat-tic- 11 1 1 Ami 82 other vahmble premiums will be presented to yearly (subscribers of the Weekly Enquirer iu April, 1892. Euelosc one dollar for a yearns subscription to the Weekly Enquirer, and what will be the number of subscribers in tho five largest lists received from Nov. 1, '91, to March 31, '92. For same term last winter it was 2999, and the winter before was 1405. The premiums nre to be presented to those whose guesses are correct or nearest correct. For full list see Weekly Enquirer, now the largest 12 dollar u year paper in the United tates. GUESS , ) how-odd- ! o semi-weekli- :n. , - vtperi-enc- for Stock In England. Beans aro raised in largo quantities and fed to horses, cattlo, sheep and pigs tho mammoth 000 pound hog is called a' pig here. I am of tho opinion that American horses nnd other stock, except sheep, would have to bo brought to the starvation point before they would eat beans as a substitute for corn. Why tho difference? Why cannot a Bay Stnto Berkshire pig bo fed and fattened on beans as well as a Yorkshire Berkshire? Cor. Rural New Yorker Uran nati J :15pm Ariives Falmouth 7 03 p m daily except Sunday. a 8 Leaves Falmouth 600 a m. Arrives CinNo. cinnati 7 55 a m daily except Sunday Nn. and 3 mako connections at Winchester for points on the N. N. A M. V, Ry, K. D. No. 1 carries through cars from Cincinnatito Middlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all in tcrmediate stations and runs daily. C. P. ATMORE, S. R. KNOTT, Gen. Pass. Agt Traffic Manager. Geccialotficc, Louisville, Ky. S. F. II. MORSE, Gen'l Pass'g'r Agt., dice Chamber ol Comma rce Uuilding.Ciacinaat 1 hiv 56-i- ' t try must havo a guarantee that thoy aro from genuine pure bred fowls and must be stamped with the seller's namoaud the breed. Otherwise do not buy them. Eggs wanted for breeding fancy poul- (ifi.v-tlv- e l'-t- Cures cuts, bruises, old sores, skin diseases, corns, hunions, piles, fistula, scratches, halter burns, dew poison and bruises. Wherever it has been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and its propensity ior removing soreness is remarkable. Numerous testimonials will be secured and wilt ipn'ir in this space at a later date. Made and sold by J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. nrn salv- e- ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. AGENTS WANTED. - .1... apply I'M ', s5 J".1 ....:.. Winhp CJMirnu ml'A frnm &L00 tfi S..ntnn. Onlv tr, wnrlr. liiilies or ccntleinfB, ENQUIRER COMPANY. Cm'iumtf. . SJ .v., til T- - ?iJx ' Tl'mm. w; nfW" 6emi-Week- ly Interior Jouknal! IMPROVING SWINE. tho Cheapest. Stanford, Ky., Fkiikuaky 12 1892 Tho Amorican Cultivator says: "Tho best results with swino aro obtained c$-- b when they nre kept on grass. Qood sucB.O.WAI.TON, culent grass keeps them in health and WEDDING. A CHINESE TO GET EGGS IN WINTER. t produces far better pork than grain foil . nrrlni; I" Mutt Mrrct "f a limi Mulct wVy. swine. The large increaso In our , An Eusy .Method In Vo Aiiioiir I'rtMicSi Praise For Women of jxirk should be followed by a Did you ever know, Fays .Music and universal effort to make bettor pork. i M. Voittelier, a French poultry ex Drama, the anient admiration men pert, in an article on means of hastening Tho best ixirk is tho lean, or at least have for white? If a nixu he in love laying, recalls an old. simple and easy where tho lean predominates, and this is today and the center of attraction m ggjw CllllU",, society, as ho has taken uiiN not obtained by feeding WALTON I1KOS., tL witn a woman ami has not yet told hliT, way, the eincacy or wmcii no claims is rich grain. Grass is the tho animal on hiuisi'lf a brand new wife. She i only most natural a white frock, made of soft, iiMty poultry-men- , food not questioned among French for swine and it is also tho cheap- a wee bit of a girl, said to le seventeen will make lum t"ll her she is the of making hens lay in the winter. est. Next to this vegetables nro tho years old by Chinese cab. ilation. prolu-b- l most ndorahle woman on earth, and for It is simply giving tho fowls grain that most desirable, and fruit stands n good a little less according to the talc mlar. The bride was a .lis the moment it is one of thoe precious has been limed, tho same as grain pre- third. Tho corn and grain swine nro l.pr,e it;igc, plenty of scenery, scats 500 KngngiMnents with pared for sowing. Without showing the dearer to raiso ami the least desir- Chin, and is the daughter or maid of illtiMons Unit form the charm of life. one (.'hm Ah Kin. of San Francisco, a yo ticl ntttnetions solicited. Do women like these illusions? Yes! special fondness for such grain tho able. "A revolution is going on gradually cig.u maker. She was brought hero Yes! They make up for the many mis- fowls eat it perfectly. This diet, ho affirms, is harmless, provided it is not in pig fed. ; for pork, anil wo must ne.irlv three weeks ago and was placed erable moments of pretense; moments continued too loug. Wheat is generally follow in tin lino to keep abreast of the in pretty apartments of relatives of the when Bhelcoke the world in the face used for that purpose. However, all time, Tho olu way of iieiining tho swino groom until late on Saturday afternoon, with smiling lips and bright words. gram, barley, oats and com can bo JAY-EYE-S-EE " filthy pens to wallow in their own when she was married in tho regular When among the eay she is seemingly treated in this way, For tho benefit of manure and then feeding them to Batietv Chinese fashion. The comely little bride was dressed tho gajest, and all the while her ees readers who may not bo initiated in pn with corn and grain until thoy got so fat Mn. J. I. Cask, (Hickory drove Kami, homo -of Unrlne, 'l., wij a : "After trj Iiik are full of unshed teais over things paring grain for bowing tho modus op- they could hardly movo was against all and prtmiied up like a gorgeous butterevery known remedy, I rouiOMil a lurRn llunrh Z tho laws of nature. Tho animal's system fly in the richest silks tho Chinese emerandi is given: two yonr Munillni;, from u 3 iimr olit Illly, Z of which she cannot alter. quart of unslaked limo and j oecamo siuueu up aim uiiaoio to per- pire could produce There wero two with tiirvaiipllcntloiiHor Tako When she glows tired of hiding her slako a Chinese women with her in her it in about ten or twelve quarts of form its ftnictions. Ilxccssivo layers other true feeling-iIn concealing her loves warm water. Heap up the grain that is of fat were produced, which very few apartments while the male guests wero j and her hatreds. In covering her sor to bo limed in n conical bhane and injur people cared about. Tho modern system feasting at a nearby restaurant with the ltMtholxtrrepnrn.tlon I Inivopvoriiwilorliraril Z ' on rows, evoii her joys. tho center of it tho whitewash, provi- -' is to turn the pigs into tho grass fields old gioom. As soon as the third couro ' Z 11 to nil liursciuuii of. 1 lii'urtlfy very year ami let them eat clover. was com luded the groom arose and to! When bhe tells you nho really do s onsly stirred and thoroughly tidied with ITeAaiY tiumlrtilt otueh letthnonlah not euro to o to some place or net ome a stick. Then tako a wooden shovel and weeds and vegetables, giving them only his guests to follow him to lit MoM rrtcp,S..TO rrrhottlr. Alc vfliirtlniirvlotfjrlL f f tin particular tiling, and all the time her 6tir tho heap until all the grain has been a limited amount of grain. This keeps street, where, utxin the third tloor in tho UiKati ikiTpl mmliisV KlaminnritllMr.riTtrlalUx soaked sufficiently. Before feeding let them clean, pi events discaso and a rear, were the newly furnished apartwhole being is aching to be itr.ititled. jj flUtl VAItK, A. It. I.DUY .t CO., AVIilteliiill.N. V. it bo spread out and dried. This modo feverish condition of tho body and makes ments of the couple. The tloor of tho When bho looks back and renrets, looks of preparation has tho additional advan- thorn cool and quint the year round. A sitting room here wtus bare, with straight forward and dreads. When she slrivis tage of freeing tho grain from certain bow that is brought up in this way bears back chairs all along tho room, whilo to banish thought and strange memory; parasites or germs which might affect fine pigs and brings them up iu truly here and then uioii the nicely Kiiered walls were (laming red Chinese mottoes and ad the while her speech is Hilled the health of tho fowls. In cases where royal style. "Strange to say the cheapest foods o and scrolls of oriental drawings. tho birds die in largo numbers without with mirth and laughter. the best ork, for it makes lean, and Alter the guests were seated thobrido, When her existence iscolorless which apparent causo, M. Voittelier advises tho trial of feeding them with limed not fat pork. Tho exerciso which tho nocouiiunied by a lino looking Chinese she could alter, but would not for some animals get in the fields dovelop their maid, slowly entered the room from an grain. Do says: "This may provo a one's sake. At all events, wo cannot recom- muscles nnd frames, and this adds to tho inner cIiiuiiIht with a big red fan held In such moments as these it is that mend it too highly for promoting lay- vnluo of pork. To reduco tho fat and before her face, only daring to look at tjgy she appreciates thes little illusion.-- . ing." increase tho lean, one only has to keep the nwiubly of males through the - FEVER, BILIOUSNESS FOR CHILLS aWhich please her for the moment and The Fanciers' Journal, commenting tuo pigs in tue pasture nil of their lives, cnu ks of t!t handle of tho fan She and give them plenty of vegetables, stood for a tiiiMiietit in the centre of the then pass away, yet in passing leave a on the foregoing, says: "Tho above is PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL trace. So; be not sparing in words that easily tried and will cost only tho labor fruits, skimmilk and bran. When their room :i if tlaaisl. and an elderly man boilies are fully foniusl give them ground quicklx ttpiMNl up to her and told lit. r D3SGRDERS. will lead to them. Do not keep your of preparing the grain and the veiy small amount of corn may bo fed to go around the room and 1kw to the Our French rye and bran. A FOR SALE BY ALL DRUCSJOTS. precious words locked as a iiijmt does poultrymen are lime used. considerable to them later, but littlo the fruit and vegetable guests entitled to his coin; put them in circulation. Let respect, tus in Franco tho poultry busi- diet should bo kept up all of tho time. PREPAREDBV RICKARDSDK-TAYLO- X MED.CO. ST.LOUIS MO. TliH she did very gracefully and slow-ly- . them get worn, perhaps in h nulling, ness is successful. with the little maul following in her Dr. Roth, in the Such pork us these pigs would produco 'israjnnairsssraanxTi but they will always be sure to bring journal quoted, makes it appear that could not help but find a ready market. " wake with a big red tray containing swisyt uitsit. which sjie offered to oath the lime in oyster shells is assimilated happiness. itrimzo Turkojt. man 1 he Irtttwr replaced each piece nf So when you tee a woman with smil- - by tho hen and infiueiiccs the formation Tho color of u bronze irobbler down candy taken liy a silver dollar wraimod of the shell. As to tho cost, there is ing lips and sul looking eyes, pr.ii.si her! oyster shells. The tho full length of back and breast is in rod puiift. and sometiinosa five dollar nothing cheaper That's wliHt she wants. She is starving use of quicklime than is seldom sjwken of in black: the wings when folded show n gold puro w hen neh friends or relatives for it and her eyes are mutely begging this conn try, but in Franco it is used for bronzy brown, irregularly barred with wore pni-nt- . for it. And yet she hides it all and vou tho purposo of hastening laying." bands ttf light brown, a wide band clear The nuwt oitibarnuwing ceremony was across tho wing is composed of dark whti the gtio.ii was punhed forward to s. lu. Cor. ! tt Ac Villi-- , CtntMiituiti, O. ar so stupid you will not see it bronze feathers, each one terminating stand with hw linde (the latter still I T L Praise her ever exceedingly. She will i i Fat Stack Trlzu Anlmnl. l II I VnR-W- rT 111. R RLTrannV. UU. .Minri-Hfin- il. not believe you, perhaps. Wo copy from Tho Brecdoi's Gazetto in a black band with sometimes a tiny ' holding tho (an tightly Iwfuru her face). HnnK-KRHut she v,wo J ' D white edge on the end, but not along and the two were made to drink the cup ,'uu,1 """H1 a" likes it and will bless you for it. o pictures of two of tho lino lecf animals tho sido edges. That part of the wing of eternal p.'iee. unity and prosporitv, Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic. that secured prizes at Chicago at tho Post. American Fat Stock show of lb'Jl. Tho that is hidden when folded is black with which was tuunlfsl them by tho best Penmanship and all Business Branches. wuuo oars, nun tuo more even nua clear frieuii i tue laiuiiy. an eiuoriv man. Farmer J. C. Lewis and his company Twrlw- liutrurtor. I'p cut theso bars tho better. and then they wore congratulated wuh 1002, IJrKiirid Estnblishod for IIiuIiipm Pursuit nourUtilnu coiindrnco of Itir limine wit), the time made their first appearance in this ciiy a. Community linn Hie If yon want to see a real fancier "Goon In fa toy" prosperity, happinoss I'll ttiorountily (n tut lire attlnt in curing riitployinrnl. The rhnrge r ilrmaml Tht ttiiilrtttt itrr on Saturday evening in the Yankee comenthusiastic over a beautiful and long life The bride rotirod, ami renionnHo, itonnl oin U hadit In the city t low flKuni. t)uy amt Nlctit Honon Ifcwt edy, "Si IMunkanl," to an immense audibronze, let him find a stieciinon in which the men went to their feast. Wong iu proiuisek. itividlKutlon kollcltod. HnU for cutnlotjuo C W McGEE, PRINCIPAL ence and have since been playing to exthero is no wlnto ulong tho lower edgo of Chin ri in Now urk Sun. these long feathers. Tho feathers down cellent business. The idea of tho piece A llful New i:n:liinil II Inner. A Micccshftil next to the tail both on the Kick and at is to amuse, and it thoroughly offi cts its We venture to say th.it a New Engtho sides aro black with irregular bars BUOYANCY OF BODY t Wi h a stc Krrtuut n k4-fobiect. It convulses its audieiicii fr3in t rrilliril Allien tho tow. of brown. At the head of each a black land dinner should include roost turkey O can "? start to finish, and tie specialties of the tliry a purel A iiieriivin dish roast chicken, rUilouul nrt n It.ituru I l band with a finish of white or light linulil. Iii.lruil. tluro lirailitrli, r ' leading performers are frequently rnle- enntoi tforthe Pilgrimsdid brown. The long tail feathers aro black roast wclclit In the ttoiimrli uftir ruling, ' up r wimi. tnwA manded. A very good quintette apper, , with irregular bars of brown, each shoot deen. cliuktii pie. baked licans "iilrlt, Iim of rnrri-y- . uiiMKi3lilllty an I realism is illustrated by a thr-- hing 'szt-&r- r' feather terminate in a wide black band and brown broad. Indian pudding, apple An uniiaiuiy I condition, but with a white or light brown finish: over sauce, nun nmiii.s. pear ami grain's, wal U machine at work. Mr. Lewis, who plays PRIZE HEUEFOUD BOLLOCK. 1' the wholo body is a beautiful, ulistcnimr. uuts and ii.ittoruiits. And we venture Si Plunknrd, is the most popular with that ir a vote wero taken, two illustrations show well tho points of bronzy sheen, which shows to advantage to N,v the audience, who seem to be much tak- comparison and contrast between two of most in tho sunlight. A beautiful, a' nliiMeiitlnur tho-- e present would pre en with his quaint, dry humor, an are tho leading beef breeds of tho time. ft" these miufurtablc, homely, and we grand fowl, truly. delighted with his whistling ability W. Tho first illustration shows the prizo Let the American eaglo bo our na- -' Jso assort lioalth dishes, to tho long trill rrllura It nnd M. Milifwi, as Felix Schmardt, has a Hereford bullock. Hickory Nut, a tional bird. Tho American bronzo tur- - succoi-hihi- i ir split up courses invented m luippinc. Tliry urnrIvo limltli uml( uorl li trial. specimen of tho beautiful whito key ought to bo our national fowl. Tho bi' French gourmands and spiced beyond very good Dutch dialect. His souks anv healthy slate's discovery of their faces. bronze tnrkoy hen is very much liko tho catch the public fancy and he is comIn tho second picturo is seen a famous gobbler, except that her feathers aro not constituent elements, pelled to repeat them. F. K. Annstring, A: !'ot .Now prizo Shorthorn fat bullock, tho one bear- as bright in huo and nearly all of them t" kitchen for the a young man, is responsiing tho curious natno of Fellow-Thahavo a white bnnd across tho ends, espo- - Union club and hoard of trado dinners; ble for the villainy of the drama, and he daily the breast feathers. Tho feet and Ul,t w"""" Wi' hIt down to a New England does not forget (o bring out tho dark shanks in the young bronze nro a shiny feast let n huo at least something to shadps of his character. Henry E Llod, black, but as thoy grow oldor they turn j lemuid us of the tables of our New Lug C lits;iirl r A Obio lie i It childhood. Now York IndejHJiid to n delicate flesh or pink color. as a rascally money-lenddisplays an Philadelphia Tho standard weights for young ones ent. appreciation of humor; and Ezra Page aro twenty-twpounds for gobblers nnd Baltimoro, Now fYork, it. a Tui'Iii) IIhih ut Si'ii. finds a conecii ntious exponent in E D. M l'onit and ihc Scihocminl all ailcrn fourteen for young hens. Thoy havo A woman who laudeil in Now York-las-t Rice. Plitebe Vyse plays Dorn Pago a IN rKJ'CT .NOV is. iSvi until the 1st of January following tho week after a year's absence abroad, sort of emotional soubrotte and her ef year in which thoy wero hatched to at- descants upon the virtues of the mid"law" Limlt'il Acii ib Arco forts nre liberally applauded. Mairuie Kr tain theso weights. Tho standard weight winter vov.igo. "The fast boats on fAsT UOt Ni Mailulij Dall) KHail) Daily Su Rice id certainly amusing as Elizi Simp. for an old gobbler is thirty-twpounds some lines are taken off," she says, "and I.ve a l.eaincton.. 6o pn 4jo I i5JP and for an old lion twenty-twpounds. the weather still umre retards tho voykins. The performance is very much a 6 45 l It Wim heter .. 7 oup IX I 7 Wl' 7 May Naylor in St. Louis Journal of age, so that was twelve days crossing: Ml SteditiE...... I', Ml appreciated, and Mr. Lewis has posss?-e- d PRIZK SHORTHOIIN UUI.LOCK. Dally. Agriculture. himself of an attraction that is rapidbut enjoyed every hour of it. Thero At AihlamL . it io ID ; Pi I io The Kentucky . The t,i C llrltobiE. It 5V were only si.x cabin ,tvsengers, nnd only ' lluailnctou . 17 i l io 4T ly converting him into a wealthy man. blue grass breeders stick to tho ShortI.lvo .Stock Points. o 9 jo k io Inncli it a 1 IO P! "Si Plunknrd" will bo played for the last horn, and tho "Fellow" is ono of tho An expert in tho raising of cattlo, two of us women. Wo simply had tho ' ' U ilMlrlp n. I'l p, U. l" I? t...o pi speaking of tho different localities in most leaiitirul time. Arr Nt York ... I o time to night. San Francisco Music and results of their fidelity. "When we were tltiee days out Who liai i rcatcil u Ii a tciuaiiun In ami around Which of .tho two breeds is really tho which each of tho uoted beef breeds Drama. At Walton's Ops?ra House, l.ouuville, Ky , by t iiriny dUraivt that almcit Duly best? "You pays your money and you thrives best, says: "In tho rich bluo wondered how long I had known my WESTIIOUNI) bafHtil the nicdii al Iralcrmtv nf thrcoiilitiv Monday, Feb. 15 fellow travelers: it scorned as if we wore l)r Kca haadiartc of the lilr, ttual aiul Sur grass tracts Shorthorns prosper; in loss takes your choice." fve MuMtiHEtoii M H'caI I)i'.artinriil of ll o Mcilical ami Surj(ta In Pi i i favored regions Hercfords, Dovous nnd old friends. The captain was very' " CMimlibutR 7 14 P HOW THK LOAFKIlOlUOl.S'ATEI) III till ttilute, I.oulivillr, Ky 6 j; a u P 7 i PI tho Polled Alwrdeen Angus thrive In genial and delightful: entertained us! " Al. la ml . Siinnl uml Rnlicrt Uonnor. beginning God created Heaven and He will visit Stanford, with continual story telling of his lifoof Ml Slcrhnj; . .. IO 37 a i to p 6 Mr. Bonner was delighted with Sunol's Wyoming and in Colorado, whero tho earth and all things therein. He then " -- II IJ i J5 p'7 Ma At Myers Houso, Tuesday, Mar. 1 oxiiericuees, and altogether I was conI '5 6oil encourages tho growth of bono, a 4S pl 6 to created man and woman, and left tho condition when ho saw her with tho Dovons and Galloways havo been found scious that ii most enjoyable period was Arr l.ejii;i(n. . . It J " U.biillc 7 4 J $ 9 1" blankets off and had her walked up nnd plS" Keturninc uay. month ilurini; the rar to re ever) ending when we took the pilot aboard loafers on the corners, ami in due time down tho banded floor main one of the horso to make a most successful cross." I)r Kta Ii4 lien cnntictteil Willi the laigctt ' off Sandy Hook. York Times. l.nnilciT rcfn.ulnrTrain run'iliHy iiconnrc thay multiplied and spread into tho palace. A Recorder reporter stood by "In tho management of a bull thogrcat-es- t and hat no tuprrlor in nan with Choapialtc V Ohio "K I'. V ' to Ni'w hoipitalt in llic country, llien(-e and drfiumltu'i and stores. In '.he latter his sido and Mr. Bonner could not con(lugnoiIrK nnd trrallni; power is kindness," wroto n livo stock York I'lni'il for limine tho Crip. . r any He ivill Rie Jjo caic mat Me can not tell Mitt Mail 1 mint run dally anil make local trp owner who had just gono into tho busiplaces they sit and explain State and na ceal his udiniration. . the ductile and whirt located In ftvv minute There are miuio queer folk in England. anil limiting-ton"She is flio grandest horso I ever saw," ness. Tho next morning ho wont into tho In Dover certain persons hiiiForing from bttwu'ii I.wnliiKton Moichrad Accummmlatlom Ho will return to Manford cveiy nionlli tint year Huntington tioaal problems that liavo vexed groat anil to remain one day run dally mind', and exist partially by sampling ho said, "and beliovo sho will cut off pasturo to pet his now prizo bull. Ho tuHueiiin havo lined twenty-fivLexington all curable Medical and Surgical Diieaiet, several seconds from her own record in will probably recover tho sight of ono dollars apiise for npie,iriug in public Mt Stcr.ini; and Mnrrheml anil Lexington and Acc mmndatiun run dail) except, goods. While be is thus engaged his Acute ami Chronic Catarrh, Dhentes cl thn tho futnro if everything goes well with oyo and there nro cortainly no moro thnn places. Wh.it Miitol a place is tho in-- 1 Sunday wifi is out washing for her neighbor, hor." Tlironch Mrpic Cat if and Kye, Kar, Note, '1 hroat and I.iinui, Iljupcpua, thrco ribs broken, but tho doctor does vinlnfii iaI. if ii lmm rtt)i n inM iti litu i and Nev VorV without change from W'ailiinxlon and tiio poor, helpless children are left llriKlit'a Ditcate, Dlahcle, Kiiliic)t, I.lver, Sunol looked inquiringly at Mr. Bon- not think ho can mond tho fractured mi For full inforinjtmn in rmard to rniet. mulct lltadddcr, Chronic, Female nnd Sexual DIteaiet .if l.simA tn f. , .! f.W f 1...... J.. ....-- .in I.. rfr ner as hespoko.as if wondering whether thigh so that tho patient will ever bo head isn't allowed to go out of doors? If an Englishman can't sneeze iu an om- Ac , a,iply to any ai:ent ol tint or connecting line Kpitepty or fit cured A ponti.e Guarantee, l thav pan ThftrA in nnt him, mnr, ti,rii... ho meant what he said, nnd switched able to walk again without limping. nibus or a public house without be- rHi:. Hl'NriNtJTON, C L. 1IKOWN, hor beautiful tail and kicked up her ,able than the loafer. Callio Connor. YOUNG & MIDDLE AGED MEN Rulo a bull by kindness and a good ing hauled before a magistrate and lined, V l ai d t M , O V A , I exincton, Ky heels as though sho wero ready for tho strong ring in his uoso. what was the uso of Russell and Sidney G W I1ARNKV, Sulierinc from Spermatonliea and luipotericy ai W.S HARRISON, The Princecs of Monaco, w ho has at trial at any moment. Sho was carefully nd Htmipdeny A Dover magistrate C M. I earn, inn Ky T P. A , Athlaud.Ky the result of aclf abuae iu youth or execta in Beef from scrub bulls and underfed and other catei, producing iom ol Sho 1C.2 K man would Jmi prevailed on her hiishiud to close measnred yesterday. larger instands way dairy cows does uot command the high- - , public. fine a tho for having a cough in the following effecta ai mUslon, blotcnei, Scientific American and is every Is grip to bo tho ruin of est market prico. tbe gambling estabUHhmens in his prin- - hands highS. Sho nervouineai, dunned, cnnfulilon of idea, Agcnoy for weighs 1,070 pounds, aversion to tociety, defective memory, and cx. 'rty?-N- ew York Sun. E"Sli8U fi'pality, as soon as the basis expire, is than Maud gain So ual exhuuttion, which unfit the victim lor bunlncta showing a of 1!W - pounds in tho last lOtwtnilfar as fleeco and mutton are con- -' . tVlm nlnrn iMiltanim or marriage, are permanently cured by remedies tf A n Vvj4k to have concluded to convert the year. When sho mailo her great record w' TI,n U"ii state iu Minlutiir. '" not Injurious. f lMf WBl Casino at Monte Cr)o into a in October last sho weighed 1,030 ' fpt,n6 toilay m tho United States tha Ono of tho most uniquo novelties nt DiHeases hlX3 J'.' g World's fair will bo a huge map of for conaumntivos. TIih (lima pounds. Sho is not pretty, for sho is 'k ovo,r 'KJon1 "e'oro- - This is because SiphiUi nnd complications, ns lore throat, fall " " '"B ,"" built on the kangaroo plan, her hind !" , ', . tho United States exhibited by tho coast , HIS ol the hair, pain in the bones, eruptions, etc. wi Witness. aro perfectly eradicated without uslua; mercury legs being very long and her foro legs oom ma Dreeusanametuoasoi vuang Blirvoy. It will bo about 400 feet siiuaro OAVEATS, other injurious drugs. mkf placc(1 horizontally on tho oxpo- ldrrUtfatic say that an average man of. ' comparatively short. Marvin says that caro of sheep. maanti Conorrhaa, Gleet, Stricture and all Urinary DESIGN PATKNTS llQU Atriril'l rli and Kidniy Troubles are speedily cured by treat t viiuttiivitf) afiHln 1KI Professor W. A. Henry, of tho grounds and a largo building u 1110 COPYRIGHTS, eto. mwiiii iiiii !n olut ll iu n ij nn.'MnnrMia aiiiuu ttit jviii tiuti J1T vuaiiuo wainnr inu in viiv mentthat never failed. froo Handbook writn to He undertakes no incurable cases, but cure pM constitution to make a plowshare fast. Sho moves so easily that no ono consul agricultural station, believes that ., erected over it. This building will bo For information, anil I1HOAUWAY, NKW YoltlC. ML'NN It CO.. Kl thousands given up to die. without a watch cau guess within ten tiio roots or tlio plnnt rapo may be mad t provided with galleries and pathways on Oldest burnau rnraoruriiiK patonta In America. MkI eaough phosphorous to make 500,- Remember tho date and come early, as his Krery piitont taken out by ns la brought bofnro or fifteen seconds of her speed. Sho is a valuablo food for alieop in the north- - tho insido so as to allow visitors to walk rooms are always crowded wherever he stops tho publlo by a notlco tjlven freo of cliaruo in tho matches. of a beautiful dark chestnut color with- west and ho would like farmers to try I over tuo wholo United States without CONSULTATION FREE. Hor propelling to raiso it. Cattlo are fond of rape also. touching it. Tho model will bo mado of - A sia in a coac is an inch; in iinder- - out a spot of whito. Iowor is tremendous. Iler foro legs are Don't let tho cattle pasture oa your plaster of paris, and will show tho exact Correspondencejioliciled and confidential. t be 'same: in socks, an incli; in : a Blender, but tho Larccit Address muscles in tho hind lega meadows in winter. You will know height of mountains, tho depth of rivers world. circulation of any adentlflo paper In tbo Snlondlilly lllmfrateil. No Intnlllffrnt trousers, one inch, ba,0 0Qt enoraonjslv MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE, man aliould be without It, Weekly. H.1.0H a undcr tho why next summer when yon kaxrett th and the curvature of the earth. St Toart lUti alz mnntba. Addrcsa MUNN X CO, i :oat. of an inch. is a bat, Now York Recorder. 3'3 sh St. .Louisville, Ky. Louis hay crop. I'CBUimiRS. 361 Broadway, Now York. tho Clcnn, New Wuy of Uniting Ho (ft la hAcH n c SI PLTOKABD mtmmry. Kf bus. Manager! Monday Night,' Feb. 15, ox-po- rt i irHS'r. W alton s Opera House, Proprietors. lluro-jH-an .at iini-teii- al STAnSJFCRD, - - - IK.".. 1 I . ( QUINN'S OINTMENT. 1 7wm a ' pro-duc- DOCTOR TAYLORS jial-liativ- o. LIRE RE CA SUcENT.y MALARIAL I I '000& ! cc2U2idijMa V S llf.'i! Jru n Rn fl Tl Lous-vill- r ' , - be-co- . OOOOIIO nfr oo '' o 4 lnl-m- iK-e- o a Specialist t rti'iir '( f frlir. 1 I mng-nificc- ut j , j QIIOIIIOOO port lVws Mississippi Valley Co. Tiny Liver P is? TUTT'S mt mm good-lookin- g l'n rn' t- j , er, 'd Washington, 1 o ' ' ' o hs o I . " Struck-Billy-Patterso- I n. DR D. D.REA Surgeon& Specialist 1 3- -8 UiiK-liute- "-- do-po- t, Now post-ofiic- 1 U-e- e i Tri-a- j I J f ( dcin-lit- y, ' I fJW Uital """ ,r? 1 1 I ity Wi-,siti- lOTTIB tkui mm- Blood and Skin r v rti on J .:...,. one-eigh- th J timtiik mtmm ,,,,, !. ' ' V, r, r . , . "V i ' u 1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 12 1892 Wantkii. pay 2i rents. 100,000 dozen eggs. Will Wear-en. CUT TO DEATH. B. K. & W. II. Btanfohd, Ky Fkmrvary K.o. walton.bus. MEANS Manager IUSINESS. ibnoatA. It. Penny's. Yoric nccuuut is now ready. IMense tall ami settle. A. It. Penny. Ik your hooks mid school supplies of ml kinds from A It. Penny. Havk your wnteh, clock and jeweiry repaired at A. It. Penny'" All work Kkmkmiikk thatull silverware, watches, rings, Ac, bought nt A. It. Penny's will be engraved free of charge. PERSONAL POINTS. beautifully and artlstirally warranted. Mils. Annik Wkaiikn has gone to Lexington on a visit. It I. Hahtlksox, of Montieello, was heio yesterday. M. O. Ci'ito, of Somerset, visited friends here this week. Miw. J.S. Humm.ky is visiting her mother, Mrs. It. O. Kttgleman. Miss Mi.nsik Smith, of Madison, is the gnesUif Mrs. J. II. McAlister. J Limit J IJ. McKititUAKt "f Danville, was hero on legal business Wednesday Mil, AMJ.MltH. J. 7. WaTUIhIiIIVO IllOV' ed to town and taken rooms in the Doug las property. Mim. Mt'iii'iiY went to Hock Castlo Springs, Wednesday. Mr. F J. Camp-lul- l is quite nick. J. P Huktok, depot agent nt Boiling, Ala., wrtes that be Iihs m nice job and is much pleased with the Sunny South. Cait. Hkshy Huti.kh, tho K. O. conductor, Iihh leaded the Hotel (ilyudon, nt Itichmond, and given up railroading. Miis. Dili ion and Mm. Cotrey brought their brother, T. J. Ballard, from Million Tuesday, ami he is now nt Mrs Dillion's, considerably improved. Mb. Fki.iv L. Boswoktu, president of the Kails Ilraiicli Jellico Coal Co., nt New comb, Tenn., was heie in the inter- -; est of his businefs yesterday. Mil. Si't'iioKON Ciikkk, who has made! many ftlemU while clerk at J. S. Hughes' luii returned to Danville nnd will slmnlv leave to go into business in New well-know- n i s Wiikn hungry go to Ziiimmr'H. nerved in any stylo, aud regular din try stabbed Joo Goode in the neck, ner. ' from tho effects of which lie died in less Fok U'k.nt. Js'lco suite of rooms in than 15 minutes. Gentry went into tho thol'nirirt A Hamsey building. It. Wil- - barroom where Goodo wns and naked llitinn him to treat, when be replied: "You d n negroes never know, me until I I.iNDKKTii'fl and lorry's Garden Seeds, Ho agreed Pens and lleaiis at A. A. Warren's Mod- draw my pension money." to treat, though, and while they were el Grorery. drinking Gentry said something else and "Tiik line of white goods Goode bit him in the mouth, when and Hatnburgs I ever stnv," is what the Gentry, who had his barlow knife out, ladies say of our Htock. Severance Si drove, tho blade up to the hilt in Goode's Son. neck. Gentry gave himself up and wns Fiil'Ioiith 111 and .IS collided on the lodged in jail. This is tho second kill side track at North Fork Tuesday, badly ing that bus occurred in this bat room. damnum; both engine'-andemolishing Moth negroes were pensioners and both live cars. Fortunately, nobody was wero consequently shiftless and worth-leehurt. Foit Sai.k. A buggy horse. Will trade A FoitoKii. Wm. Weatherford. u for cattle if party desires. M.J?. Klkin it county man, is in jail nt Lebanon for ' Co. forgery. He signed the name of Win. Spnwm ton check for l.r)0 nnd got the Fon Sai.k. 75 cords of wood nt $150 in woods; .'W0 yaidrt from pike ou county money from a Lebanon bank. road. A. M. Feland. Miw. Cofurn, postmaster, announces that hereafter the. mails for tins L. it X. Kx Mayok IIkhunh returned to the north, will close at 12.:i5 r. m., sun time, scene of his alleged crime at Somerset aud for the train south at 1:515 r. m. The the other day nnd that night n body of night mail will close at iV.IV : m., also men called nt his house with the evisun time. The railroad time is -- 0 min dent intention of lynching him. Ho utes slower. happened not to bo in and when he heard of it ho struck for tall timber nd "Si Pi.I'.nk akd'b" baud is a daiy. It has not since been seen. will give a parade Monday, loth, in its funny Down Fast clothes, Tiik New Cash Store is still lecelying a dog laugh. The per the latest anil be- -t things to bo had. Our furmnncu nt night mil be clothing is still arriving and is cheap. In aud unless you want youivi wide shirts we are still in the lead. Kid open stay away. gloves, (misery, handkerchiefs, white goods, towels, napkins, table linens and Ykstkiway was alt sorts of a day. dress goods, we know we nre riidit iu Clear almost at sun rise, it was snowing prices and styles In luces and embroidbard in less than half an hour and eries, there is nothing to compare with heavy llurrirs of the beautiful came at iflttrl'jilw nil ilul' liilf if Mfiriri iti.tlfuil them. Ijice curtains from fifty cents n pair to four dollars. Come and see for UoMor nM fuirei(lur , priHljcU1 t0. yourself. J S Hughes (j ' Oys-torm m m Green Gentry Stabs Joe Goode, Who Dies Almost Immediately In a drunken fight in Anderson Garr's saloon, yesterday afternoon, Green Gen- Do You TIE Want i Any If so, come to White Goods, Embroideries, Ladies' Muslin Underwear ? hand-onie- st LOUISVILLE STORE, And sen the bi$$est line that was ever shown in this town. Examine our prices and they will make you buy. It will also pretty soon be time tor house- - cleaning and in case iiou want a s. Cu-s- oy r 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 prices at THE LOUISVILLE STORE Main Street, Stanford. A. URBAjYSKY. Proprietor. M. MANES, Managej-- . side-splittin- OTUAMMTOOTE AND STEEL BOILERS, Upright nnd Horizontal. Stationary, and Portable. All Semi-Portable I j Mexico. Ma I. D. Tiik gniud jury found 40 indictments for selling b gainst Owensboro cigarettes to boys. We do not know that our merchants are violating the law, but we do know thst a largo l,tr of our boys under IS can be seen at any time, pulling the poisonous little things. men-ban- t mini-store, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Win S. Hearing and Misi Florence lliggerstnll eloped from Madison to New Albany and were married, after mnny power. Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. sizes up to 26-hor- Write for Free Illustrated I'amplets and your wantt to trials and tribulations. The young lady made her escape from the parental roof by sliding dow u fioni her upstairs window. CHURCH THE JAMES LF.FFEL & CO., SFW VOKK CITY 5PRINF!K!.D. OHIO Sam!-mis- , of lWbourville, y, pissed thuugh to Cmeinnnti Tue-dawhere be will buv a new outfit for tho new paper ho will start in Ins town in a tw days. Mit. Sam Biiows, postofllce inspector. van hiroyeHerday working up tho i)P.! vrcaso for stealing registtreil mail, lie h nn exreetlinirly clever and accommo-dntinggentlemsn. Fin KM w of Mr. James T. Craig ask us to mention the fact that ho was not only liberally leiuetnbered in Capt. Craig's will, but that he was naiiKsl 9" one of tho executors without security. His death having occurred first, and there from his marriage, the beinc no estate devised to him goes to the other natural heirs. e I) it. Iincaster, paswsl through yesterday, tho former to Somerset and the latter to visit friends in Columbia, Tenn., Nashville ami other cities. A lktti:ii from Mr. James W. Brooks formerly of Crab Orchard, ordering his stitt'S that he pajH'rsent to St. ami aistant lias been elected judgM of the Ivist St. Ixmis Jockey Club it a salarj of .5.000 a year. Mim Minmk L. Ki.i.iott, who has been a member of t li faculty at Klliott Institute, Kirkfivllle, teacher of instrumental nnd vocal music, has accepted a position as music, teacher at Terrill, Tex as. Miss Klliott is a lino pianist and will give satisfaction wherevr she i called Hiehmond Climax CITY AND VICINITY. Ghat snd Mis Ion Grant, of Tin: public school taught by Miss Cettie Thurmond and Mrs K. It. Davis, will clow next Wednesday, 17th, and the ladies request that the patrons call at any time next week and hear their children examined The school has been very successful u:iiIt their charge, and so far as we can learn all thu patrons are greatly pleased Oiii Wkai.tii. County Clerk Geo. B. Cooper has just completed the footings of Assignor K I) Kennedy's books and finds that the total taxable property of the county, exclusive of railroads, in an increase of over last year, when it was St,5LM,:Ui7. The State board of equalization iucreated the . amount, however, to $,",02.S,-1'M- Dkath. Mr and Mrs. .1. D. Swain, of Oik ii ki vrass, clover and .1 died a few days ago and on Wednesday from St lib-e- its remains were brought hero and laid Nkw stock of ladies' shoes besidu those of Little Frankie, in lhiila-l- o "Wheie is it' How can I reach it? Can it Co. just in. Severanco it Son. Cemetery. The parents will remem- anyone get away if not pleased with the A kkw accounts of 18!U am unsettled ber that .f Mich are the Kingdom ol climate?" It is needless to say he dre.w Call and settle by cash or note. A. It. Heaven and bow submissively to His a crowd. Penny, will. The official record shows that there spring stock and I am receiving my messenger on are -- 17,'JiU persons iu the service of the J. L. Dkvkk, the public is cordislly invited to fall ami the K. C, is another example of the United States. Of these ISI,1:1 are in examine it. H. C. Itupley. evils of strong drink. He belongs to a the postal service. The pension bureau is to be invest!, W. II. Brady good Casey county family and started Maksiiai. Newi.and and presents from their uui wuii a uriui nuiire lie iuukcii gated. A resolution providing .for a In ve each recel veil wives this week. The former is tho upon the wine while it was red until it! more thorough examination than the proud possessor of h fine boy and thu has bit him like n serpent nnd stung him usual white washing was adopted by the like an adder. He is now in jail at Lou- - Hoiisl. uirl. latter a J. W. Swcatman, of Sidonia, Ala., isville in default of $1,000 bail for steal- Sbel-to.1. W. Cakiukk, proprietor of the registered letters, with tho probabil- - testified against moonshiners. Tuesday lug House. Itowlaml, is running it in ity of doing years of service in some State1 night the outlaws visited Sweatman's tino style. A good livery is attached and prison. home during his absence, killed bis son there is everything needful for the comand fatally wounded Mr". Sweatman. o Laiicik Land executors of fort of the guests. See ad. Tht. luK.ti0Il house of Kzekiel it the late Col. A.M. Swope, Messrs. W. M. Bl,rII,H.m, Cincinnati, was entirely An iiMiuctionenrof the WestinghoiiFO J. 11. Swope, have rpurcbase.I for Htrovei, by ,ire. the Commercial bank Air Brake Co. is at ltowland for the pur- Miss Kate Swope, of Judge S. Hurch, his bu,i;ni,B lfij0iiK was almost deinolish-furi- n pose of teaching the men all tho various of liC acres, lying about three mih a which is from Stanford, on tho Danville pike, for f.,i i.y falliiiK wiiIIb autl tliu store of the applications of the air power, shortly to be upplied to the freight cars $12,:i"J.:r. The will directed that the Am,.rl(.Hn 0ak leather co.npanv, on the ll0rt, sl(0 0f the auction house was of the L. N, going to her should bo invested Bi(1,.rH,)ly t!HmgeL-Lo- s8 $500,000. A8jlU. from t10 hideous details of tl t JaM'aky has come and gouo aud our in lniul. Lucius L. Logan sold his third ' :;0S aces of land near tlu HtlHsiaI1 famine, the b:iro facts are books show that thero are still some ac- interest in county lino to It. I). Logan for $7- ,- rifvil..f ..I1()lll!ll. Sntlerini! nrevails in IS Our friends will please counts unpaid. 000. provinces, containing 37,000,000 people, bear in mind that wo have been exceedindulgent and will consider it ingly Litriiahy Kntkktai.nment. MisB Ma of whom 14,000,000 are threatened with The victims an' l,y starvation a favor if they will come forward rion Lowell, the noted Public reader of quite for tlie n,08t nart' Plants, who depend and settle. Sine and Menefeo. Boston, will give one of her charming f tlieir Bohsiow directly upon the nun A Co., of London, have entertainments, consisting of humorous, .1. H. Sow nrs prov-newliieli liuve for tliri tragic and patheti'! recitals from formed' n stock company with u capital "llll0,,t u,ttir f'l"B' fo01 ' authors, at the Opera House, en j stock of 150,000 and will operate u mar only deprivation. The famine Tuesday eve, Feb. 18th. Miss Lowell is ot the ble quarry near Crab Orchard. Mr. clothing, fuel will hnvo no trouble no amateur. She has read in all the i " general and extends to tells us that ho and all the other necessaries of life. It 1!) States. This en litentrv centres of in disposing of the stock nnd that a good tertaiiimupt is under the auspices 0f la an error to Huppon that the governalready been taken by Chicago deal Iisb ,,n8 ono "Ul or rt" 0llinS parties. The marble is Baid to be very Stanfonl Female Collego and is a liters - . new. It re- ry treat seldom atlbnlod our people. Lit lieve Htillenug. u nas aireauy expendtino arid something entirely nearly 150,000,000 in supplying tie us give this talented lady a large audi- ed sembles to some extent that found in people, and will probably beautiful red speck ence. Admission 35c, children '25c, re- want of the Tennessee and has a lose, including revenue deficiencies, ful- ,2t served Mat 50c. in it. y ex-m- ail i II. Foster's. timothy nt Somerset,ofhave been called on to mourn the los-- j another child. Little George ly .)00,00f.000 before the famim hap ! ubxided An Knglisli syndicate is reported to Ite. Ben Helm will prenrh at How-lau- d next Sunday night at 7 o'clock. be in gotiating for tun purchase of all the ltev. A. V. Sizemore will preach at cottt n compresses in New Orleans. White Oak school-hous- e at Uo'clock SunNicholasville has been sued for $10,-03- 0 day afternoon. by II. C. Hodenbaug'i for nn injury The first christian building in Tokio, received 11 years ago in falling from a Japan, was erected "o years ago. Now plank walk. A from Atlanta says that there are ! christian churches and chapels there. confidential friends of Mr. Harrij-oHevs Ingram aud Tom Owens have have conveyed to tho republicans of been holding a meeting at Ited Bird and Georgia and other Southern States the additions to tho piesident's desire that there be no nethere have beeii church. Seventeen were baptized Inst groes or Federal otliceholders in the Sunday. Williamsburg Times. southern delegations to the convention The Young Men's Christian Assoc- at Minneapolis. What do you think of iations of Kentucky, will meet in Dan-vi'I- that, colored men? next Wednesday, and remain iu Mr. Watterson truly says: 'vThat session four days. Over 1500 delegates Mr. ( leveland is outside of tho State of are expected and a big programmu will New York, the choice of an overwhelmbe enjoyed by all w ho attend. ing majority of the democrats of the II. O. Morrison's meeting nt United States, is an indisputable fact. It Winchester has resulted in 4 1 additions is Cleveland first, the rest nowhere. But to the Methodist church in the five to all nppearances it seems that with the weeks it bus been conducted. The Pres- democrats of New York, it is Hill iirst, byterians will begin u revival there, says and Cleveland nowhere." the Democrat, next Sunday, to be held One of tho most interesting sights by ltev. I. S. McKlroy. Itev. J. T. Vancleave, of the Chris- along the Uio Grande is to see a regitian church nt Bloomington, Ind , threw ment of Mexican soldiers taking a comthat staid town into conniptions by hav- pulsory bath. It is only under compuling bills printed and distributed ou fiery sion that the rank and tile of til.! nrmy ever do bathe, and when the ceremony red paper with the startling headline: of the regiment is iu progress one-hal- f II km. ! "aFFAIRsT -e, ev. fl5l,v3F, 9 f iSs. BllVr W.B.IMOBERTK ..o.. Druggist and Jeweler, Has a Complete Stock of DRUGS, : BOOKS, WALL PAPER, : PAINTS, Jewelry & Silverware. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired Promptly and in first-clas- s style. Old gold and 2fENGRAVING on goods sold, free of charge. silver taken in exchange. all OVERCOATS NECKWEAR, COLLARS, enters tho water, while the other half stands guard on the bank, rifh in hand, to shoot down nny man who attempts to desert. When the ablution has been finished tho men resume their places in line and guard their comia les while they bathe. Heavy Underwear, Dress Shirts, ClTFES, GLOVES, ? V1 1 -- n Sau'.-.-TIi- de-nn- d Muuwutnpery is an olleufiivo wart on our political system. It is a refuue for party outcasts, canting hypocrites anil It is an assopolitical hermaphrodites. of men" hnving reciprocity with ciation nobody but themselves, and having as its practical profusion of faith treachery and deceit, except when it pays better to be true. It wabbles between democracy and re ublicanism, and its allegiance to either paity is regulated by the chances It is an asylum for the of cranks, "beats," crooks, failures and assassins in politics. Cincinnati Knquirer. otlice-gettin- HEAVY BOOTS MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S FINE SHOES. M'ROBERTS & HXGGXISrS. far, t cou-mon- "This is my ultimate hum!" nnnounc-- o the fierce mosquito, as it quit singing nnd piepared to pounce upon the nose of its sleeping victim. Chicago Trib1 une. Ethel "Johnnie, if you slide the banisters again mamma will vou." Johnnie -"- Yes, but if I down enough I'll get so tough it down whip slide hoi-Boy- le The Vulcan Chilled Plows, ' J V . J -- T dU fr won't J hurt." XKW ADVERTISEMENTS. cri, - nt m ' nM - Sow-der- s THE SHELT0S HOUSE. ROWLAND, KV. This House has been refitted '' throughout; ha A LIVIRY ATTACHED. Trauilent cuttora (olklted. 9oiy J. W. CARRIER, Prop. The best Chilled Plow made. ' guaranteed. 1 Extras carried in stock. Satisfaction B. K. & W. H. WE A REN. ' . f (. - i !.i Id Semi-Week- ly v Safe and Kollnble. salvation to every one thnt bclievetli." K. "inoiiyirig a couSn.me..icine lor cniniren.......... Vn tl, B. .. Xf f .... Pl.rlut ?o ,Q n.w Vw....nv, Is a candidate for prominent a as Sheriff, untler tins head Mr. u.trnev tan.irx COUNTY FARM. iars Utah. ivaiicer.a afraid to buydruggist nfOg.t SuMec t A SMALL I10YLK Chamberlain 'never bo .... to th action ot the Democracy. Lleclioii Nov Book and to save that which was lost." I'i". .1..1.. .i;..i irtllt On Feb. ia iSai, at 10 o'clock a m. I will offer HU t..vv.. Co ii if h Remedy There is no danger from It and Published Evory Tuesday and Fr day Willi-- , .i... llll-.- l i.. uuuun; , ni"i .,.W to miles or oO years this ponce and Heavenly reliel isalwavs sure totollow. 1 particularly rec at public sale my Farm ofoS acres land is from date of April, 1800, In a scrap book, in a AT ommrnd Chamberlain's because have found It to Dauville on the Stanford pike The ' 1"" been my support and coinf Dr. W. X. , bosaTe and reliable." ate and 50c bottles lor sale good Mate of iiiltlmiion, moderately Improved, which he loft to his grand-sou- , P. IIAIUBY good home. Saleposilhe. Vi PER YKAH.IN AUANOK L, all along my christian pathway, for " wo by Dr M. Ky llourne, Druggt t and Optician, andj will make a W Qp.jj,. 'l. HARD. 9 Stanford, Is a Ctmlidate lor re election fo the cilice cf Cir MTWhen not so pid $2.60 will e charged.In theye.ir IS23 I wis living in the have thought of Thy loving kinduew, 0, cuit Clerl, subject to the actiui of the Democratic AN INTRODUCTION Nice Town Property For Sale. pariy. town of ILtrrodttburg, Ky.; was a young God, in the midst of Thy temple." And K. o. LOCAL TIME CARD. lot cir semen of the Wisconsin Cenman and had just left my parents anil now I pray that itt the decline of my tral he through Northern Pacific Railroad Is linnet, Linusand yearn, like the Psalmist, I may still have cssary Its advantages and coiitrnlences have .1. m., returning Train naves Rowland at 7:00 Candidato for Circuit Clork. I offer for sale nrltatclv mv started out into the woild to set up and House and Lot in been fully established. It Isthcnnl) route, to the Danttllc Avenue, 'lhe tt 5:20 i. m. do for myself. It was now my standing the assurance that "He will be our guide Pacific Coast oer which both Pullman Vestibuled and a cellar and thete Is House contains grooms Sublect to tlieartion ol the l)nnorrali parlv I every convenience do and Pullman tourist Cars aie opera- sired, aurli as cistern, outhouses, Ac. It It one of aniiounreinyself a Candidate for the ofriceofl r H. VanAusdale. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. and character wore to be established for even unto death " ted from Chicago vli St Paul without ih.tuge. the best places in Stanford. chit tterk for Linculn county I shall make the Throiigh tram leaves Chicago cserv day at 1043 ,...t a? pm weal or woe, which in after time would raco in the interest l my son, Wm. S lliirih, wlo Mail train gome North 91 J. Iliuiil.x: South.,.. willnot be cf the Cimstilutioiinl age until u few HoYi.E. 34P Mrs. Lucinda K., wife of Ga p. m Tho traveler via this io.hk passes through the mint picturesque, interesting mid propeious nays aner me neai ,osemncr rlectlun. If I jam determine my plae as a citizen and ns a briel Cxprest train " South (1 I.atiham Cattleman i S. Caldwell, died at the home of belt of country In the Wesfrru WaiM, There Is i John North should reieite the nomiunliou, .nd beitected, tJS'n member of sociotx. I thought of my ....6 q n m contrasts that mysoti uilldi'charge lhe dmirsnl the fflice ns Local Freight North W. C. Griustead, Feb. I. scenery with most Mrtfcinir the pine fote.l range her 1 was poor, had but little fiom the rolling prairie and lesel my deputy and itrtnt nil th" emoluments. ,.5 up m condition. South...... to the wildest passes of the wildest nuxintaius in 1; The latter train also carry passengers, SIRPHKN IllltCII education and, to take a tair stand in bo She was born Dec. 10th, 1812. Mother the world. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar of nine children, peven of whom surThere is a series of ilie nobli-.- i rules, towns and ciety, I knew that everything depended time it about 10 minutes faster tiilageof rsery nnd size, from the hamltt of iio WCTi )l?WV 'o!"M upon myonlf. I was raUed by christiau vive her, and all, except one, were pres- or ine tins, larm.upwarii; the n. nest mine mine I'U IVul I . Atie.on Crab Orchard pike, 4 mile (rum Sianferd. W. II Miller uotld; the greenest and most Listing pasturage, o when she died. Mrs. ent at her ih parents, was taught to respect the hoti-the wildest scenery on tlio Continent, onns as I thoimht of my Caldwell died the s.tme day and at the weird as a nijhtmarc; hills, snows and peaks 01 Uod and religion. (JO TO . startling in the HMgnihcenie ol their beaut) and a youthful days and the impri'.-vjiouof very hour she was married 02 years be perfcitmn of comfort in trasehug that has ncser hi en surpassed. At,llh.:,c hcarUuirn, OF early life. My conscience accused mo fore to Mr. Caldwell, whose death occur Fast tram via the Wisconsin Centrtt Lin s for of neglect of duty and my convictions red seven years ago. She left a lare St Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland and l))nth leaves cick roh.ne vour photographs made ou will hud C'hicnjo at voo p m dally with Pullman that lif will alay treat you tight and gltc you told me I was a sinner before God. line of direct defendants, ;io gnuidchil-dieSleepers and the Central's famous dining and all of Uemcmber he BARliEE&GASTLKMAN satifatlou sties, even from lles pictures of all repre- tars attached. and 23 Time and ajjain I resolved to do better lhe dilferent the smallest photo liver, graphs up to a life site portrait In ciayou, water senting five gencrationo. Uev. Isaae Grip-MaCoUKh Following tho MANAGERS, and xek relijriou. It now occrrred to colors and pastells If ou haven picture you Irom and bowols, wunt enlarged, will pay you to nu at tliis momentous period of my life Slaughter, tht) olde-- t colored minister in are now persons who have recoveredcom;li. Is urippe irouoien witn a perMitint Uliam Commerce Building, Louisville. contracting w.thit toy one to hsse itsee himasbefore he is made, hcrlain's Icxatisl bete and ssllf always t.eh.re to give satisthat to resist the drawing-- ! of tJod's spir- Cintral Kentucky, died at his homo in coufti.iml Couch Remedv willeffecting a loosen this teliese trm lun,i, permanent y ly A J KAItP, .Stanford, Ky faction Ages.ts throughout the South pneumothis city, Saturday morning cure m a sery short time, nc and 30c bottles for it longer I might bo given over to sale by Dr M. L. Itourne, Drujgl.t and Optician, Tw id well, of nia. of heart and reprobacy of mind. are '.he rsy, returned home Friday after otauioruy. About that time the Methodists were VT. A. THI3BLE, Lccal Agont, curcct, Bucklln'8 Arnica Salvo. completing a church in the town alluded visiting her mother, Mrs. J. C. Johnson, The ben sals e in the world lor cuts, bruises S FAN FOR D. KY Miss Jennie Kid is sotes, ulcers, salt rheum, finer sores, tetter, chapIlail'ig piirehas.! the inirrrit'ol my furmir r.ntJ rnoss: popular to, upon the completion of which a pro- near Danville. paitner. Mr, W. R Mcl'herson, f asf a liberal ped hands, chilblain, corns and all skin erup here with her bother, Carroll L'eid, who tlons and positively cures piles, or no pay shaiioif the pationage uf lhe people of Rowland tracted meeting was held. incdlclno far requirand slcliiity. I w ill continue the catli business It is ifi. K. CAMXITZ, Rev. Win. Holemati was the stationed is confined to his room by a severe case ed. moneyguaranteed to Pneo perfect satisfactier, which the htm of Milton Mil'hersmi starttdnut refunded fsmHy or a? cents per bo. of grip. A little stranger made his ap- For sale by A R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. to do, ard thirtV I tan easily ptosc why it wllbbe preacher and with bome assist. nice the bencfiiial to both n nisiomersand myseir . For r-Go-t.cvopearance yesterday at the home of Mr. instance sunk ". these port's, ao lentnils graimU meeting progressed until a a genetal in A Snfo Invoatmont sugar isr at, jsruuikle tocve i ceuU KL, iru terest was manifested. I now became and Mrs. Willis L. Palmer, nee Mattie pound and all tbr goads m proportion j Is one whiilus Kuarauteed In bring Also na n mint at all times lumlier and shingles fur MeAlister, at Orlando, Fla. Advocate. results, or in case of (jilurc.a return of Hustonvillo, Ky. greatly allected and felt that without an sale your purchase price On this safe piatt joiistn J II HU. ION, alwa) on ' Rowland. Ky interest in the blood of Chri.-- t, "Who biiv from our adseitised druggist a bottlt of Dr A full Iiiks of Cr)ins Caskets .Xi ' Hi cm hand Si Pu'xk.uu). In the four act yankee King's New Dii.otcri for Consumption It s A. S. came to seek and to save that which was guaranteed to bring relief in every sase when drama which will be given Monday used for any affection of the throat, lMgs or chest' lost," J nnibt'bo lont forever. Mourners SURGEoy DENTIST. Inllammatloo of the lung., night at Walton's Opera House, the such hs consumption,whooping bronchitis, asthma, were called for and couch croun. ets . oon determined to HOTEL JtKce on Main street, oser W. 11. McRoberts e is Si Plunkard, figure, of cout-It is pleisant ,ud adorable ts the Irt.te. (Mt. eti Drug Store, Stanford. go to the altar for prayer and plead for central n tiy sarc anu sn anvays reue.1 upon rial WALL At K Ml.KI 1'., Pro'r, a young Yankee notion peddler, Mr. J. bottles free at A. R. Penny'se drugstore mercy. With deep contrition of soul I Highest cash market price "paid C. Lewis. Doi-- Page, a young country CA3IN1TX, went forward and felt a desire to forsake DR. W. B. Happy Hooalora lafs, in love with Si; Felix SehmarJt, an for all my sin- -, but did not find much relief. V ol Idavitle, lll'STON'Yll l.K. Ky inventive Dutchman; Robert Denny, a writem. Iimmons, pomma.terhas dfie nvorwIndiana, ' l.lcctnc Hitters fur use I was frccptently at the mourners' ebnch other bogus stock speculator; Kzra Page, an than allarising mndUmes combine'd, for that had Thoroughly resitted ami refurnished and fullX from pleading for murey, hut my faith was prepaiM 10 atlesMI I' fi.nrtLeslie, farmer kidney sxl liver troubk. naeNAMPI.K KOO.Mthe wants of the public Office South side Main tr t tn office recently honest old farmer, who does not under- Jokn 6ns and io I man. f same place, atuthed vacated by Dr. L F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. weak. My feeble prayers did not reach says "f rot l.leclnc Ihtter to b the best kidstand speculation; Moses Wilton, a He- ney and liter medicine, nail sue fsl Ilk a new &c, at high euoiigh. Sninothiug was wrong. hardware Mervbaat, sae J, brew money lender anil numerous couu-tr- snaa " savs W Gardner, Hitters "F.lclrtc towa, CRAIG, Perhaps a full mm render of elf had uot is iut the Ihiag foe DK. M. friends of the Page family. The per- a snaa - 1. all run down and M t care w nethELK IN & CO., ThMBjatlr fate warn hunters been made, although at time I feltsomo and er a l.vas r die ; be found smw streaxth, jrood Homeopathic Physician, w tho at formance includes many specialties and apwetit ud ftlt jtiat like he had a new ta- - 01 other Mt t trnsyau on oar land, h.nnsi Ht J gleams of hope and a faint ray of light, S'tANFORD. K lH",e al - R siruf aussiaa, at all suk will be prorcutd to tht "'r the bund ami orchestra - composed of 12 . - - - KENTUCKY. yet my load of guilt was net removed. ' , STANFORD. estaalaf th law Slewed. C. M. hPOOPAMOOItlt musicians. The meeting cIom'iI and I was still a solo Onice Hours: loto it a. m.; t to j p tn.; S to J K IIROCl. jj Ln Grippe AfT'Un. THOMAS C. BALL inssaan' laCfftuiiini with the Xcw Year, it eeker "refilling to be comforted." I nu" t'.e pim.c ..f The Scientific American savs it can Dr. King. Natv Discovery Or.pp.Cea.iMnpis-sssSTrtFLRhAILFV Office on Lancaster street, opposite lor , r A.M. I'hLAM) is customary to fonn new resolii had an associate and friend pretty much recommentt a whitewash made 111 tho Cough.and 1 i.i, pr..ed i in the best j 1J. W liAlNKho hmI it Irum ittaio tions and ns far an jos,ibie profit in my fix. We frequently retired to the proportion of JA.MFSCIVKSS f a 111-1.- 01I best m,ol uv wm ny, ont, ,,,llclllT ,.,v." . I S c. PHILLIPS i lett no badniier re.ulis WumI sou! l,..i woods and other private places to pray lit,.,, ul.it-..- . by experience of the ii.ii. n,.l,f ,,ii,i.j ,,, tn 'lhe tnalani we guarantee tuat imnelsuremroi with and for each other. The hour of salt feneriil credit system having been 111 hot water, 2 ,iu rc.nii. or ta pun-hpounds of ) will DENTIST. midnight would frequently find no sleep rice meal boiled to a paste, to which add TH E R LEV JI OUSE universally condemned by both Is moving to tht Huwins ortice, Lancaster street. ' 'ck Penny's Dru Ssijfe Nitrous Oxide Gas given for ptinlrts attracting. in m eyes and my pillow wet with half a pound of white glue previously ,lml debtor and creditor ai a curse to STANFORD, KENTUCKY P. H. 1111.' Proprietor. ".i relief came, yet I determined, tears f li olved and pound of clear our country, one of our youii gro L. hv the help of God, to .struggle on and whiting. . , Add the salt brine to the London, - - - Kontucky. eery merchants has concluded that j,, . " plead fur mercy and strength to enable slaked lime and then the other iuredi- - ' will be wise and profitable to I have nrss.w la aty 3 ' rw Hotel a ad am Wtlti it me to "overcome thu enemy of souls." ents keep tt hot while using. I se a Wc both ln'i.clf and his customers to Lot on Main Strcet in Stanford Dealer In c de Y I struggled on. I loved the people, of whitewiibh brush. Woodwork should me steer clear of this leef that li.ts nied. 'V.VIl a call. Cont.nrnng acres. FRANK RILF.Y. 77 Foreign and Domestic Fruits, God and the house of worship and some be thoroughly cleaned from dust before made shipwicek of so many in times thought I enjoyed religion: but applying tin's whitewash. It makes a erms easy. TR WALTON, Stanford. Confectioneries, At. the past and at the same time offer AT KM KM OF Till: Sf " soon clouds of darkness mould rise up brightjsijrfrtTe like puint. such inducements to his customHas with him a firM class baler and can lurnnh before me and doubts a; and, fears would on short nonce, Hrcjd, Cake- - and the like Lincoln Co, Building & Savin?: Addition ers that they can not afford to buy The annual mortality of the entire hupress me down. Weeks and moutliH &' their Groceries elsewhere. Kor exI am agent for The Central Kciilmlv Hedge! passed away ami although I sought the man race amounts, roughly speaking, ac-- 1 STANFORD, KY Co. ... ..i 01 uineaster, .mil onr the . 1. ...... it. ...1 Co.. ample he will sell you ...!:............ - . , .. serici. of . . I was ci'iiiinn - ii iiieiiii'ui minimi,' in Bsiin m ''mt .ihi 111c ..umii.iijr in me cmitns ol Hue light, yet all was dark and lllRlf ' if .,,,,. H.v A I r.i , , Will oil I..1. 20 lbs. Granulated .... ' I l.rnln r.u.nlf I VI OfUl liVl .. - .m "j Hii.KmI f.r il.. I.l... 1111OF STANFORD, KY., Sugar forSi oo still mourning God's loye to know. i.i,vuv,iiiu .w..... t'l.; - .....l... t. . , ...vi..ililiincn lilt hop hi lair dealing to al (Mtrimae rwei.ed aud . K.rm- -, lbs. best C Sugar ni ,.7 er.iire deaths tier clav over II I. (MX), liein' mnirMiia Toward- - the middle of summer, IS'--.', i oo busiuess with 23 n.i Is now fully organucd and ready for at the rate of ;i.::;o an hour, or ti2 ieople rr";cwh"c!ll,.,l.,y ;t;hM" ""e'"i""f'" Issue Another Series of Stock 5 lbs. Choice Green Coffee.. I oo a season for a sacramental meeting Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. si w.juumkn. ?"" Any onseiog - afo iHe.imcnt would du 4 lbs. Arbuckle's Coffee...... Father G. C. Light, who wh- - everv minute ol Hie tlay ami night thoi 83 "" 19.000. stationed at that time in Shelbvville. year round. A fourth of the race die " . Surplus, "veXV-Pt-s ., H...rila. made more J gallons best Coal Oil Iban per ceut.iu.e organisation. LnaWe men var, our meeting in belore completing tlieir eighth 1V.1. atliL wfl.s invitd to attend reaches rmiie.l n.mwi,, home. Money tuloau 3 cans 2 Ilb. Tomatoes -- . Mnfi LanM .l" w. wow. nn g'io.1 real estate .r.i... -ii i..wui....i ..w interesting meeting mm 01 hid 1011 Harrodsburg An uchmc inn 3 cans 5 h. U J. DARST, up) with the same assets and undei was Nowclo-in- g h. M MIA.NKij, . progressing. On Hnbbatli morning but the average duration of life is about II. C. PARRIS. . ... . 5. IUt .1. II, ine same mauaiteiiit."., 3 cans 2 lb Corn . 11.1111, i.i',ir 3 chatter, depositors are as Father Light took his stand in the pulpit. ,K year?. . Ol. Ilioru IIIIIU OUU per6011 111 nd the iirescnt IrtllU iniii of 1.11 nuiMigiii irr jt By provisions of it lV.A ..Ui,!,'A,.,1.... system labor. luvc.deier. A . 1. Jl protected as a.e depositors tn National Ami many other goods in like lullv 4 " uvnHiS mined to ell ata barrfiiiu my farm of live hundred ' J ' individually The house was ciowded and I had to 100,000 lives to be 100. Banks, its sharthotdei. being held and thirty (31.il acres, un the Stanlord and Dan. ... r,l ihr amount Ol ineir 110c proportion. A fine .stock of Famvine pise ami in seven miles ol Lancaster and par value thereof, in addition to the ukc a seat in the gallery, to the right of s of the three county s.ts ol Juv rV f, therein at the I lie supreme court of Oklahoma has less than eight ily Grncciies and in Fancy Gro J " nVis'iisi A,i,,;T.r,,X, amount invested in such shares. It may actai the pulpit, again-- t a beam or post that ,,AUV,.UM loutilies. M. tl ecided that any person who entered, nth Treasurer. , executor, administrator, tru.tec, Ac, as fully at ,7,,..,.. of the le . tocl lanns in Cen ceries. Fruits and Candies a di supported the gallery. In mind I can laud ill that teniton before the hour Of, iral Kentucky, taking into consideration beauty, ""To thoie'who entrusted their buisiliess to us playth.it can not be mm passed. ' . lookjtbrough .'!0 years of time ami building llsnK ol water, fenc- NOTICK IO TUB while mnagil.g the Lincoln Nationalthanks and now proclaim!- - convenience, am ofsoil, land i. in ir"s. except opening set by the the Come and see me, opposite Port ,K. ,.lt . w e here tender our m.inv Stanford, we their business see the very epot. Services commenced ion, iiuiii) lose all trust they will continue to transact prompt atten11 man House, iim tO uui.iiii tin , '""" J"""""timothy "nu ior tornII;nnu 00 acros riir-- A ' wneat, with """ sown with but enough, with reading tl,e scriptures, singing and with us, offering a. a guarantee for u thereto. The decision IS a JUSt Olie, but asa purchaierwould sceil before buying. T he a twenty years experience in tion to name, our - prayei. perfitt, being Great solemnity seemed to per .. Will invalidate many WKAREN. banking anilas tneraiaccuiiin.vu..i.u..-- 11.. title istliedays of the handed down from auctstora Up from It Indians intent with sound banking. vade the whole congregation and I felt tO Also a detached tract ot 13 acres. mile from ngi in coune.il. with my Hotel, the this time. It is aitl that the "sOOtiers" the plVe, and IS, atiesot estra lnob land, hit h DtRKCTOMs: . . . unusual sensations of tear ami hope; Will appeal tO the Supreme L.OUU 01 tile Includes Mason sliap. Mt Vernouj J J Williams, on .. '. winlAi. thought sometimes that mercy wuh clean .. nitAii ,.. . AM Kr.l.A.VII da.Uil"' J. M. Hall, atantord; gone fiom me, yet Hope and Faith whin J. S. Owsley, Stanford; pered, (Jlirist came to call,J not the Mabel Yes. I give you mv hand S J. Kmbry, Stanford;! righteous, but s'nneis to repentance." with my heart in it. J. E 1.) nn, Stanford; First-Clas- s A. W. Carp'Mer, Milledgevilie; Frtther Light announced his text; the 232 Acres of Splendid Blue-Gras- s Jack You cannot do that. J. K.Ilaughman, Hustonville; Ami offer the services of it to lhe public llrand exact words I don't recollect, but the Mabel Why not? Land, ' new chicles and fresh blooded horse, mate in J F. Cash, Stanford; lliall Desirably looted on turnpike road' leadirg from slable toinparc Willi subject was that of pointing sinueio OUr hand IS tOO daintllv WilLsm Gooch, Sunlord, Ky. .lack Stanford lo MilledgeulU-- . In uln otiiitr, Ks , ( ri,S. H. Shanks, President uch a large l.,..,. ''Lamb of God, who takctli away the BOSt in th o Country. imies from sunford, , mile, Hi.stoniiiie. 10 I). Owsley, Cashier J (lie me a call. sins of the wot Id," "For the Son of Man That made the engagement irrevoea- L""Vd W. M. llright, Teller P W S R R The Farm li.n up,jii u un elegant ami! Al 1IUKNS, Manager (iKLKN, Pronr.eior tChiisti is come to seek and to save that blo. Harper's '.Sizar. H Hau(thm.in, General brick residence, (tin roof) all spacious which whs lost." He first held up the ,. , .. . neees.aiy iituuuuingi and abundant. r il Irmt may gel a nuiiuii 01 uic-- ... s iiuuinei of almit eicrv anetv. M...h ..f ihe lan.l sinner, bowed what he was by natuiv, Of uni! well timbered, abundanlly watered1 pennies lo- -t from a history Of the old "ylrgin's.il. well set in Uluc nearly while living in a state of condemnation, short, a . 'I wenty mllest' e Shortest to No Farm ... eserv respect half cent. Of these 800,000 were NATIONAL BANK and his relation to his Maker. I h M 11 KUK 1 lYlMlH ;,'-"- ' Where are they now? every word was aimed at me. He afewyearsago. OF STANFORD, KV A few are in tlie ioinets 01 coin collectnext showed, according to Sciipturc, SI ANrOltD, KY , Mulligan Points, Chicago, St. Louis, how a .inner must come to Christ if he ors. None have been returned to tho !P"CJBIiIC 2.&Xi322 Cleveland, Dttroit, Capital Stock lltilfalo. for recoinage or are hold by the iiiiiianapons anu ine is est, would bo accepted. My eye- - were open- mint canao Ne wLngl.uid, Surplus ,.- . v ed, I saw the path to Christ, very nar- treasury. Miliody sees tiiem in cncuiaSloelc. s New lion. to the fact row, yet more clear Ibis Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now In my former efAttention of the public is invited llattimore, Philadelphia, Stanford, Hank mycliargtanil On TUeSClaV. Feb IQ92.' 'inotonl mainttin Iinlendto condu.tltbutMmlo Washington.tun. wllarrodsburg, Irankfnrl, Ky that tni Is the only National National in Hank Act forts to serve God I had not fully sur Quick-es-t ' to add it. high reputatinn, The Reading, Coal ami Iro II UompailV, I .. .11 Under the provision, of the IR(.IS'IA (J Rithinund, . . IKrilUl 1. Shortest and i.4 st . nKn .! . ... , . I. i not ii . v f. ,U,,K Mir .iie Miii.iy " iiiii?nm4 win depositors alcsecureu nui ...r liability fur an rendered all. iii.iiu. The devil whispered, Ol. tWUSy.Vnt.I... Qulikct line to IS (.sv i i a. rta ill hefure)unci Karmoi 142 AcrUHof Mill lUtVHtCir '' ,onror OIIinicrialtruvtlLr ort.ieii finet.ioouh for '),lll iiiy j ml f,rt rte biitl but bv the stockholders' ...... ifnrl nl "Take a little of the woild in one hand,-(anorm efhuuioru. Ky , on hr n.ihpliyofwinH. mc i.,r-Bl,,.c "iamount entni i oj timber laud, Datmlle ;turntiitvt; Saul laiuIrt.70.KSW acn-secured bv a fund of i,oo.ooo .. mu iM rh this , a new beginner in life might need 'l,tKKI llt'ies Ol iron ore 1...1 n empioyM cuiiivaiion, iniproienienls Knn i.ami comlortalile ,. the bank 1. ' it K ve .worn "tutements of Ihecondilton of num. la gooij A Solid Trains, li.iggagi iars, stnoluig iars and Sta.es soyer... it) and religion in tlit year to the Also stock, consisting nl i p.nt well broke draft . . . made each .,:i . ...e.I wi. :,u ...o- coaches, Pullman lloudoir Sleepers through withother" Ah Fa- 111 Hie niiiiea .,,i-- i nr. -i.v ik irr ciaiiiuicu ill rimvit J i. Home,, , good work Mule, pair j l i.oit .Mulec.i And lill.LIARIl and POOI ROOMS attached. out change via Chaltan.-ogalliimingham, Merid se. uruiu.ldititonaj ther Light was showing from tite word iw.iu 1H.78:;, Its pty TO n 1M was .sin re, . years 01.1, . I.un.h bTBOvernmcut agent., thus 3711 JOSI I'll COlr an making direct cunnei tions en loute fur Knua. horf j jearsold, Milk Coisi. and 10 hiadsoui.j ville, Asheville, Lyin.hburgaiid point in the established as th of God how the sinner nui-- t submit ami 7lO,-.(O, This institution,:. oriwnMly tfi:3 then Mini, ainui yi auu III ,J Ol lliem lo.l.t . ..ins-.- l .i3" ...- L.Iwe bred lii &outhdowii lluck, .. .me y.iing llorsi Demi Ml lJnK Oi imiiiw of Stanford rwir?an make a full surrender, felt that I had and Hank 'Mis. wen urei ami 'irokeu tn ri.irnoss: a head ol thf National embarrassed) "Heg jiwd butcher Cuttle, larniliiu Implements and First National Hank of lirOWIl (Visibly inre.orBniidwllie practical y an uninter- not, heretofore, come to that point and At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilniing ,orae JJI,:',u)"rel,old and K,",""'T'"r"jUHKt(j has had Stanford in It is Utter supplied now, with deep contrition of soul and I wnlon, Mn,. Starveham, but I lost my ton, Charleston, Augusta, Mai on, Savannah, rupted exi.ten.enf v yar. llrunswick, Lake Citi.'I homatvllle and Fl.Oltl ticHitietortranitiiigbiisine.i prompt mind, determined, by God's grace, to I dllow last night." The Landlady! now with DA txiintt. in Its long Iwandhberallv tlar. ever beforeorporations, Mid . '1 he only line ruiiiiinKsolidcstibuled trains with " you don't object, ' LOCUS l I.ROVh" Lnnnnblc .ireer make that full surrender. Lord, 1 am a "WeHV" Drown "If Xounls of Pullman lloudoir or Palace Sliejiiiig Cam to St ...dividual, .espectfully sol.c- nnn. a.ul inner, take me - I am; I can do noth- I should like to go out to the Augustine without change lor any class of pas. ted O tergcrsor baggage ing of myself. Thy blood cleanse th from and get another feather'.'" The Director) ol this Hank is composed ol Sclma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur, t. a.,3 t, vli J aV Flort-ii-' I give up all foi (Thee. e. Memphis and ARKANSAS points. all r. J. Foster, of Stanford; FOR SALK O, Shoit.st and qiin Lest tu Annistun, Selma, Mo. It N a fact not generally known outForetus.Keiu, i.iucniiisuwiujr , Lord, have mercy. bile Durct connections made at NKW mmmqliu' nflli.on tlpif 11... 'I'be fin.t Farin and rn lisit mil ih I in, .1... .,:.!.. ,.r . fW. llayden, Slaufoid without omnibus transler for Ortlveston In a moment after this surrender was ' .. Houston, Austin. n....5j - ...o. ...,.... ,v... mv w.0i..,i .i... Pslil- - Haughman, Lincoln: i iiic .uuiity sent mi .hihii nu mnc hi i.isiVernon; load of guilt and sin that op mill. made, that '- -' -.M. J. Miller, Mt TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. " .ibleTo" s, 'jf, i.r.uu..,, ,,.., nil" i.",u r.. ,, , t ,.,,. (,,., .. lea of building lhe Tnion and SoiiIIi.mii S. T. Harris, Lincoln; until i,. ,, The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, iciHUIUH illl.l It iiidovii lhis isoneor the best St,Kk Farms inthe1 l'.icilic ll.ndsnild advocated the project " n S. Hooker. Stanford; .Miss., Sbreveort La,, making dlrtct connections 1. J. gleam df light and hope filled in venrt "l,,r TAti rc,0n "'d ' i'ui state of emit without omnibus transfer tor Dallas, Fort Worth, . ,.,.,...... G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; vatmn Abundance of waler for all 11.. f..n "... Austin, San Anlonla, Fl Paso and points in urn mug Illgllt ol. 111 Conines-. suitable for the utitmeraoiy 11111. .1... 1... . . Soil I. fe,,,le and T P. llill.Swnford;'Vr r ' W. G. Welch, Stanford, darkness was over. I knew my Redeem- V"a is TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. TheClimas records, the deaths of "!"'' ,1"Im.;10; 'ur,r ""'! wnfal , '" and two line so it .an ' . f W. P. Tate, Stanford erlivelu, indeed, 1 was made to "He. Miss Paulina House, of Kiugr-ton- , For through rates, conect county maps and ful Miss l arms made lhe improvement ore u Urge ami Having remnved, ray llarber Snop to the Com intorinatlon OFFICERS: meicial Ilntul, I am prbpartd to accommodate la- or address call on Agent at Junction City. Kv. J joiceinthehopeofthe glory oftiod," ,.:Hbeth Jane Traylor, aged SO, of rhetVorfJ!;,fc.r,m!rVokri,nhrJr,: dies as well as gentlemen in anything-- they may J S l.KITIl, Trv Pass. AtfG , Jnnrtlori City.Kv. . S. Hocker, President; K II. JON for I am not ashamed now of the gospel Hichmond, and Stephen 1). Walker, of mau"n' aM' '" Stanford. in my line. Children also waited on. Call wish D, D. MIl.LKR. EDWARDS. " J. J ESSK THOMPSON, John J. McRoberti, Cashur: i traiiie r .v T. A,. 0 V JU.1K Pineville. i niue. Itts the "power of God unto OlaJe, 77. RILkY, In Commend! Hotel. A. A. McKinuvv. AsiiUnl Cash er of Christ. Cincinnati. Interior Journil .. Christian Experience. . - public sale:. ti J. MENEFEE, VI ,i 11 : I 1 I JAMES first-cla- s. 11 11. 1 1 11. son-in-la- I nrtt-i- ROYAL LIVERPOOL. hed-id- e For BilSous Attacks headache, disorders the stomach, insurance Company, I,, I . s EARP, AUTIST, n ny Aysr's Cathartic Pills safest, tiro-nptl- hniil-nes- -' Mis-Blanc- he Hui-tonvi- lle, for cash A-sr-- oixxrsr. J. O. Ayer & F.ass. us. II JJ Undertakers Embalmer tHiati-factor- m$& PRICE, 1 TIIEVEXDOME 1 CASH R I PENNY, .t II.K. 3IanV, Dentist. Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, JOHNSM. y !- iosti;. 1 i- ' A- rn's i fail-e- st court-hous- u . tswm-d- y. ;r. morgan, d. d. s. ReiK-rt- s one-hal- I j ed ' die ", . ' r..'or'ln'JSl'i. 'llv'"' i.riV 1 ia jnt a 1 , one-hal- Ma yjmmwm rJALj JlZi'iV::" T( THE FARMERS. r- : Farmers Bank&Tnist i- 1 1 rt-nc-e .t. livi-wii-- . lli L- . - -t, 1 1 uiic-uii- u-ii- i, -- .... hnr SalP 1 1 , -- 1 ll-S- . 1 I ' " .... .,,'.. I ... rr.il-- . blue-gras- s j pre-tden- t's . ' s ... -1 i.:.i ' lv-iJ- - KIjI(r niTiir ' ",nu' JESSE I. 1 hast-opene- 11 - - I FOB. SAXjE. 1 C MTTERS 1 HOUSE, I IJvcr'aStnblc, to-th- -- .111 -- m S7!l,I?P,iri,"llf1.1,1" two-stor- Hook-Keepe- r. y -r 1 .111 -- tr.-- e FIRST imflg-ine- d .. (.ra-1- 11 rATmn tlUUlDt., Atinn ffBtao- - $200,000 18,500 JOSEPH COEFEY.fPro'r. I.. . York, 23. Kostoii, . t J 1 - s I .,,, W s ' rirSt'Ula ss saloon NEW ilDBOilAKTS, , .1..-.- undperfoctKir-tytodevosito- rs i 111 ii, .$ - 1 ,... '""' ymr-ol.- ri-uu- .c hdu-cian- c, -- a- lien-hoiis- e j ST OS! Barter 7AEM 1 KJAR'IDMKAS, ' J ,..'.-..-- .:i.., .... ieiu-re"i- f .. iulvy'lr'r ' , !',,,'-,:rf- B IZl tiZ?. . " F-1 Shop - .- 1 ) X I s- .yta.Tairaa.- 1- "- - l afrl t Iiftatf"--- - A-- - & !lft2 A. ngEuj us5'i!. :'i..ri.JiiAJyi.v.Si...Vj,i4,