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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892021901 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. k 4 Semi Weekly Interior VOL. XIX. HUSTONVILLE. LONDON, Journal NO. 101 -- STANFORD, LAUREL COUNTY ICY., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY ac 19.-1892. rV i V WLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY GOUNTY. no mean oratory. of tho course of nice J. I. Rifle Khtipel a Mr.Thomau Smith, of Madison counLaurel Semimry Im9 UJO reuhr Tho next and last lecture rwrn, vered by Hon. wi mixed sheen to Cincinnati. Tuesday. students in attendance; ty, was here Monday wanting to pur- i oo . i vu. Will, OI .HIUUITOIIOni, .UUHUU), :, .. VV and that day's quotations indicate n good : ll..!,.,.l,i..n.Crri.i chase mountain cuttle. 'Life.' J miuket. The meeting continues with interest $'J,:i00sodu fountain put up In their drug The ladies of the Chiistlau Sewing Htore. at the Hiptist church. Kverv one that j lias just received a "crab ORCHARD Society will have one of tht'lr banqiictf hoars Mr. Johnston is very much pleasWm. Parker left Mntulny with two We are glad to see Mrs. Greshain ed with him. j the proceeds nrisoners. tnkln them to tlm fniii.il! at Mrs. Dr. Dryo's or which nrc Intended for church 'and her sister, Mrs. F. L. Clifford, in our Monday was county court day; email StatcH Court, at Louisville. benefit crowd in town and business rather dull. Fee but Vt cents per capiW. C. Pitman and family arrived midst. Hope the change will Overalls, Jumpers, Extra Pants, Mrs. Clifford, sn she has been in bad The will of (,. I). Moore, late master! ta. from Manohestet, Wednesday evening, Kl. Viilcntino linn Iccn relented to and will make Loudon their future health for iiiite a while. commissioner, was probated. .Air. Moore Miss Hattio Henry, of Lanciuter, left all of hU property to his wife. the fossillferous In thesa puts and tho home. Mrs. oncoming generation is not likely to find Ressie, little daughter of Mr. R. F. ' W. II. CM'diing has bought a pho- has purchased the millinery stock of And Everything pertaining to Gents' Furnishing Goods. of the next nograph, which is It Aug exhibited by V. Stephens and will continue business at Rose, our circuit clerk, has about recov hltn among the traditions except in foreign literature. It is U. Haidin. 'it is attracting considerable Mrs. Stephens' eld stand. She is said to ered from a rcent attack of pneumonia. be a verv fine milliner, dive her a Mr. Charles Curd has returned from well. attention. call. -- All lines of puhlic travel must be Lexington, where he has been attending Mr. Ruckles, a respected On White Goods, Embroideries, Laces, Handkerchiefs, Towels, NapThe fanners are very busy in this school. heavily taxed now by tho buzzing coin 77 ycirs of of Little Raccoon hotels en- neighborhood, departed t hit life Sunday seel ion sowing oata ami grata and are kins, Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Oil Blinds, &c. If you have incteial liiirt)tTH. One of our J. R. White, our eflicient depot having pretty weather for it. We notice agent, and Miss Flora McVey were martertained 10 of that ilk one night last after nn illnchs of a few days. not seen our stock of blackried Saturday evening at the residence week and tho feiwrni cannot be declared Mrs. Nancy Smith, better known as lots of clearing being done and loof Mr. IC. D. Perkins. Kid. (i. S. Sutton, fully opened et. "Cooky."' was placed in Jail this week to berries will be a scarce fruit in this being de- of the Christian church ofliciating. Only Jones, j board cality from the way they are llcrschcl C. Raker and W. W. out a whisky fine. She is from a a few intimate friends of the bride were a brace of Columbia' electric legal lu- section known as Rrindlctown, near stroyed. Young gentlemen are getting very present. minaries, W. II. Hudson, a prominent Rush's Store. havI. T Also remember that we detrotting borne, breeder, of that plnce.and and daughter, Miss Come- at once and sec goods and prices. Sunday night John ileum's barn, scarce in Crab Orchard and people Adnlr county's, chair- horse, hay and grain were burned anil ing them employed have a hard time Nellie, went to Louisville Monday. Mr. 11. Hurt, Lucien fy competition in SI IOES. All our tjoods are new and choice and man of is republican committee, a Chris Evans was arrested, accused of be- keeping them at work on account of its Moss, father of Dr. K S. Moss, of Garwill be sold as low as can be bought in any market. quartet of bonier celebrities, were here ing tho Incendiary. EvaiiB is about half hidng pretty weather and leap year. Of rard county, spent Sunday with friends several days thin week on impoitant le- wilted, but managed t give bond Tues- course they have to be driven out for here. Misses Maggie mul Annie Finley their health, while their employes do and Miss Nellie Freeman regret very gal business. day. fresh air, aurora west ami north, much that they are not able to accept The biilliaut Dutch Nelson, who Inn been acting not need 'he exercise ami they are often ladies. Gov. Givens' invitation to go with his ex'-last .Saturday night, just after dark, re- as copyist for County Clerk C X. Mr. .lames Hutchinson and wife of elusion party to Spencer, Ind. minded ninny of our rural neighbors, for some time, left, Saturday, Ifor : :.: :n . ...i. l i.. vjuim .!...: iiiimi who confidently expect company imme- Western MNsouri to settle up an estate I liieviiir, nu iiiivu We noticed in the letter from your has strutted to belonging to the wife of Alex Nelson, of parents a few days, this week, returned London correspondent that G. A. diately after a rooster to their home Tuesday. Mr. Will Reaz-letho front door and crowed, or the dish-ra- color. was a candidate for delegate to the of Corbin, spent Sunday at home. dropped, that a Himiliir has b Dale ljHJd and Hugh Dickinson arc Chicago convention; and we are glad we J phenomenon foiecast our late fratiieidal under arrest at Manchester, accused of He reports business good in Coibiu. can say that it is our repirunt for that scrap and they predict another warsurc. having robbed old man Creed Rowland, Miss .Mary Robinson left for Kansas honor. Mr. Deiiham is u true democrat During the year 1892 I shall keep constantly on preceded the recent of that county of $1,300 in money and City, Mo , on Suudax night. She goes and will do all in his power, if sent, to hand a full and complete Had thi stock of living piny into Mr. Kagnn notes, Sunday night Chilian failure to Reul was in j til to in the her homo with a sister select a man that will lead ths party to1 near there, she will be missed by victory in November. There is not a and Renjamiii's hands, there can b h,.n. HOme time, but was dually ac Mrs. George, friends in Crab Orchanl. doubt as to what might have noon. sluHiting scrape. man in the 11th that understands the ,,ittil, fora small of Luieaster, spent a t'.w days with Marriage license huve. been issued political situation of the county better Mrs. K. ('. Walton is at her father's; Aunt Clara Singleton and leit Wednes- than he very ill. Attorney W. II. Miller is Wa- - during the month tc the following Iob. He comes from the ban"lure profotsionally. Mrs. America ties: Walter .lellne and S.dlie Horn, day for l.rittot, Tenn , on a viit. ner republican county in the- State and Hnilev is still sutlering from the grip. Tilford Mine ami Sarah K. Kvans, Ivl- knows how to meet the linn in his den. My stock of The Carlisle Movement. iHiud l.iucks and Martha Reams, Henry Mrs. James 1'. lkdley and Mrs Thomp-HiI NTKiiioit JotHN.M. The opinions of the Wednesday. Cale Ponder andJosio K. Warren. II. II.Dou-alsoDanmi-it.- . Cooper S. O.. Mercer, dealer in are always entitled to respectful consul-- ' leaving a few l and Nu'inie V. Childcr-- , D. Dills eration because thoroughly sincere; and vehicles at Perry ville, assigned with Ha-Rrown's Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of ,.e . . t .. laud Drusilla AhIut. The two last named yuiw,uvery siucemy iu i...nes xes t.:t: :...-- u. ci. i?a .i days ttjro i another of the frequent m w. wr. ... " x..i,... prompt servicc, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas tenons disappearances witti which the w,r. murrn-- at the Provence llousethip IIUII III IMUB nilllll III II l UU ...wwiv.j fiwx ivnn.111,1, w ,' i"k Ul'tt Dai.ton in charge. is.. PENNY. dailic- - are crowded lately. Mrs. Hig- - week. as doubting the sincerity of otiieis Lexington street for $.",000. Rill Day Wallace, of Paint Lick, gins and Mr who--e opinions do not coincide with was sent to the work house for 12 days BARBOURVILLE, KNOX COUNTY. c. J. N.MENEFKE me visiting our excellent those of the gallant editor of the fear- for taking more than his share of the A. SINE Mrs. Higgins is Mls Woods. . Mrs. sidewalk and abiisin- a man who object-elT. C. Rata?, tin- photographer, is less Stanford newspaper. Woods' mother. Win. Ilnlley, promi-nen- t agiin electing his tent on Main tieet, The Indian pony that Mr. K. I). It may be true that Cleveland is the cituen of the Fork, ate a hearty prepaiiug Rruce has been advertising ns stolen, of the honest demwith us. choise ot o'clock mid Hipper Sunday night, at A iwrty of friends gathered at the ocrats of the Slate. It ceitaiuly is true was found Friday in an unexpected died suddenly of heart failure. place. While standing in a crevice beautiful residence of Mr. Dan. II. that Hill is not the choice of Old Kugland needn't think that her Wednesday evening and spent even of the remaining one tenth. Rut it by stock eating into a straw stack, nobility has m monopolx of curd sharps. quite an enjoyable evening. does not follow that thoe who declare in iss fell over him and the ponv lunch less docs been under the Btraw for three weeks. Almost any of our tony dudes inn take Judge Tinsley, who has been kept for Carli-l- e old lady in such 10111- - at home for some weeks past on account it follow that they are seeking entrance He lived on the straw during that time, the cake from the Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, brackets only San Francisco! I mrisonof note, but ,I1U g nlnoet we asinMl to the nominating convention as Hill but died a day after being rescued, pre-- ; anJ Vcrandah Work from a indulgence in has evinced enough petty aht pioiHioiy ,() go to ,lj(4 regular term men, n advocates of Hill, the manipula- sumably after histoo sudden abstinence, proti acted U&.XTZ3 tor of Tauunanx, the tarill' reform poli- in water the matter to eome to.ine. iioiu wuu SXiiVX1 3T2SXTGJEa of court in Peiry counry next week. tician, in the guise of Carlisle men, of J. J. Moore, a farmer living near tho bonst that she has a club member who Hon. S R. Dishman. the popular The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. bus long been able to give the Prince of lawyer and gentleman who has been Carlisle the Tiuitl" Reform statesman Stanford pike, about 4J miles fiom town, lost his barn and its contents by tire. his partners valuable pointof Tammany. Wales and mentioned s a delegate to Die National and the hated Ky. Office Rut the IsTKitloit JoiitNAi. overlooks He heard a peculiar noise and going out er on the sure thing Lest the report- democratic convention at Chicago in er should be charged with an invidious June, has cnliHed a number of followers the patent fact that Cleveland cannot be somebody snapped a pistol at him twice. discrimination against many expert presented to the con- - He tired two shots in the direction and ami the "Youug Men's Democratic Club nominated unless members no name i given. We are vention by the New York delegation, returned to the house. In a few mo-- J of Knox Countv" will support him en sorry that a faithful and generous pa- thusiastically. and that the New York delegation has ments the barn was seen to be on tire, but two late to get out his .two mules, tronage of the great buiisiana octopus I should have mentioned it in my been picked for Hill. That being tho jennets' bv Central Kentucky wss not rewarded last letter, but it was a week or more be- case, why should it be charged that two horses and three e by the holdini: of ii f'W big'iwinnim: fore Hill's adherents are masquerading in the1 d a lot of hay, all of winch was some of bis friends really knew of causing a loss of $1,700. The ca-- e of open letter, antickets before Mr. Morris of Carlisle. And Cleveland being td, the marriage of Hon. John II. Wilson nouncing a successful clip of his tentaimpossible, because of the capture of the Isaac Shelby, Jr., for killing Lingenfelt, our able and ellicieut representative in cles by Tilde Sum. Now reduce irood Congress. Mr. York delegation by Tanunanv for was tixed for trial next Tuesday. H. K. Wilson didn't notify any New " s red Hcker to cents a drink and beer to of Samuel and tiilcher Rros. were fined for Hill, where should the of his friends here at home of his intenIII cents a bucketful and the poor man the democrats of the State go unless selling cigarettes to minors. J. W. Altions. Kven his parents here weie iglen, of Lincoln, sold Monday to K. P. will have some show to stagjjer along they go to Carlisle? Washingoppressive state of norant of the event until the under the piesent The lsititiou Joi'it.NAi. is not for Hill. Woods l; feeders at J'JO.oO, to Jones ton specials in the city papers announca Hairs. It is too soundly democratic for that, as Rros. 17 head at .SRI, and 21 year-- ! ed it. is soundly democratic to refuse lings to E. Dunn, of Uarrard, at term literature suggests the reThe Col. John Dishman attended court it too Eugene Wood sold a bunch of yearling cent stupendous accomplishment of the at Pineville the lrt of the week. II. W. snnnoitto the nominee when the demo tl two and 'JO . .ias ,nany imitators, but no equal. at O Don't be deceived by something Century Publishing Co., inlconipietion of Rowman, our accomplished jeweler, has cratic ,arty in convention has spoken. was undtitakeii head of ewesat J5.75. Thompson, Yan- - SAU to j,e as 00(i its dictionary wnich iuy the Oliv er and vou will have the best. I That nominee mav be Hill; it will not been sick a few days, but is able to be and completed in about three years. In outRgaiu. Judge David .V. Cull, the be Cleveland; it theiefore should be Car- -' ky & Co . uf Washington county, sold am the only agent here and extras bought elsewhere are bogus and it unks next to the - v '0D )? UR rattle at JJ to cts. V . will not "ive satisfaction volume of matter Prices reduced on both Plows and Repairs. lawyer of the mountains, lisle. If not Carlisle it will not be Kenmost comprehensive encyclopedia, com- went to Pineville Monday evening on le- tucky's doing. If it be Hill it will uot " l'rwtt, of this county, has bought Boyle and Lincoln counties 7,000 prising 7,04(1 large quarto pages-o- ver gal business. Mr W. (J. CoNon, a prom be because the Kentucky delegation ' JUW.OOO for delivery from June 10th to Ju- lambs L'15,000 words with definitions, lawyer and went to the convention to .. present his, v "O lriitfl tciiil mni'ft- from iiieutand worthy young .,.., ! , name nor 10 siinnori. 1.8... iui .1 111111 quotations, fiO.000 phrases defined and niuum-ru..- . ...nn out :n ' ine iiuiui-- v -- "- me. us, uy.ng .aroum. natiolK late delivery to (J cents for .s.000 niagnilicent cuts. The eminent H...u..gu... ....iu.. 0....U...1. uooKoniior ljfihXw ml f()riirii 8tLlp8 Kvans lost by death a tine philologists, who have given this grand me ..,,.,; 1.,. I?l...,. t.U :r..r,r ,ln.,. miiiiincm, iiu.tn. ie uiu imcueiora 111 III v..... Ii Mit ...,1 valuawv ..w. .attui ifii tutu ij huf mill ' en imji (LATK ALEXANHER'S HOTEL. ill itviui ! the world, project many work to "conspicuously a wont be ''in it" if you don't look well l,y Red Wilkes, in foal to Gambetta ble improvement- - and to your interest. Jesse Cobb, Sr., aged SO, died in Es-- WRkes 2:'.'(!. The loss is about S'J.oOO. AND hashing application of pruning shears There was a joint debate between till county. He had a large number of orthographic redundanAdvocate. ' to the confusing Day. the "Young Men's Democratic Club of relatives this and Madison county. $2.50 Peycy of present standard. The late 'Knox County" and tho "Rlaine Club" The late Col. McCarty possessed to a Cor Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite The large spot recently formed on ton Kinbree, of your town, was ahead of of this place Wednesday night at the remarkable degree the gift of continuity. LOUISVILLE, KY. smaller the sun has broken into about bis time when he advocated the phonet com Quite a good crowd was in s spots and others have formed at a great Rel'ore the war he had a prolonged but W. R. LOGAN, ic Bysteni, for these .listtnguisna.i s.n-ei- attendance anil some "lottep" speeches ' distance Iroin these. undecided tussle in the Padiicah Jour-- ' A. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, JClerks. echo Uncle PeytV taunting demand Von weie made b A. F. Madison, W. Since Memphis' $1,000,000 fire ol nal with some great problem of the daj 01 his orthogiaphte critics" If Jon Rlack and others on both sides. These Twenty years later he resuscitated tho don't spell John Vaughn what in the clubs are pretty well organized and each Feb. s, six attempts have been made to paper and returning to the subject withdevil do they spell'.' What enterpiising of them have a veiy fair membership but business and dwelling houses. out explanation of or apology for the country newspaper will be first to in- and are calculated to etl'ect some good Tramps are suspected Teller Eugene F.ttarcia. interruption, began with: "As we wire clude iii its list of premiums a copy of for tliui" respective tpaities in the com- of the Louisiana National Rank, indict- remarking in our last." He had not setthis invaluable work, to be sent free by ing campaign if properly conducted. 0 ed for the embezztemeiit of I0 1,000, has tled the matter, even to bis own entire mail to any audit sending in list of Rev. R. T. Stevenson delivered three satisfaction, at the time of his death, hut ' after deducting -been found not guilty new excellent lectures here on Monday and . acquired wi, le let us hope that it is all clear to him ,.,K.rl Vitn, per cent, for his work? Tuesday at the chapel in I nion College. , IlotoriL.lv n killing Jesse Jam now. Louisville Times. , The tlrst, Monda.N night, subject. "OKI ,1H Maine liRssuvere restrictive piohibito-vMmri outllvv in , was sihot Albia, with T. P. Hays, postmaster, Rome in New Italy, was excellent; thelnm, kie(l j,, Bi,Ioo1 nl reed, laws. It also bus an olllcial Liquor and Clarence, J. M. Thompson, post- second, Tuesday a. i., at 11 o'clock was Aent. He sold within eight months not announced in the regular lecture Col Fire bioke out at New Orleau in ' ter, are new ollices in Pulaski, and Susie, amount of nearly .S,000. liquors to the for goods stoie of A. Schwartz v with T. W. Denny postmaster, in one. IIoBollsotily for"medicinaland mechan- course, but was a good "Sliake-pear- His subject tliedry e as a Son, and before it was checked Si',000,- - Wayne. on this occasion was ical purpses." Maine seems to be an CaatorU cerw Coite, Contlp,itlon, "CaitorU no well ftilapU-- to children that Alice Mitchell, Fieda Ward's slayer, Kn.etatioti, Diarrho-a- . Hour Kimiu-hlargely devoted to Moralist." The last one, Tuesday night, OOOwoith of property had been d- -' ltiuiriortoanjrpreicriUon unhealthy State-a- lso Killa Woniu, givw blwp, and promote til- appeared in court at Memphis on the "Cllle," was well delivered and showed strove.!. It- A. Arcihr, St. D " Times. known to me inechanicH.-Ueorueto- wn Wlt out lujurlous iiinllcatlon. 111 So. Oxford St., Urooklyn, N. Y, marks of great ability, both In flow of Fifteen thousand people paid as motion for an order of court giving her bound to or language and 111 command of his audi- - many dollars in New York city to see counsel access to the letters bearing Tiib Ckntaur Compasv, 7! Sturray Strwt, 5. Y. A number of vessels Corbett knock out two straw men on the case. She was made to remove lost in ttio ' ence, wno toiioweu linn witti marked fiom European ports, weie veil, but coolly returned the crowd's storm that prevailed in the Eng- - j tention all the way through. Rev. Ste-is- h and fail to knock out one real man with her stare. venson U a man of fine personal appear- - no marked ta'ent as a slugger. channel Tuesday night. unce and commands car-loa- i .,,,,., ' ,,.,,,.,,. t- NEW CAsk : STORE New Stock of Clothing, SHIRTS, DRAWERS, UNDERWEAR We Still Wear the Blue Ribbon M nt, L-- citi-zu- Hg-- , Scotch Homespuns, French Suitings, Black Dress Goods, &c, - Fn-ema- J. S. HUGHES. A. R. See-Mi- le , : iii-i'i- i Den-ha- m g y, 1 j PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER j , fr ' p.ir-te- d - Dr US'S and. Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, e wen-her- n WATCHES, CLOCKS & uiieen-ntoniouf- JEWEkHTT n. 1 . . . .! u. , m- I I J.(JIJ-5- - - 11 -- nine-tenth- s SINE & '. idea.lsk,s ins MENEFEE, Wil-ha- one-tent- h, WASH. DOMS KiB BLIMDS. j 1 'T'OV'EIT "WJRE and Yard Depot Street, ' ... Stanford, t The Oliver Chilled Plow well-bre- d Imrn-gtiit-- nine-tenth- j j ' year-oliUiatt- K'-'.o- V--- -,- ' ' J. B. FOSTER. ...-.- ! '.,.....,.,, cMe 1 111 - 1 i.-.- ..l 111 1 i 1. STHB WIIXA ID THOROUGHLY RENOVATED IMPROVED. Court-House,- 1 ' jJ Rates Per j -'0 Manager. i. 11 ig 11 ."0.-00- gub-cribe- rs ; ilSS-.- H&MiNM Infants and Children. d . M VW s .41 ; 1 j I '), I , 1 - up-Ji- m ! I J" Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal IS), Stanford, Ky., February W. P. WALTON. SIX : PAGES. s Nebraska haa started two President Carnot has signed a bill the death of nearly 2,000,000 bushels, to the Col. H. M. McCarty, late editor of the allowing 11,230,000 francs for the French of com, Jessamine Journal, is received nith pro exhibit at tho Chicago Columbiau expo famine sufferers of Two leaders of tho mob that made of the pro. sition. 1892 found sorrow by his friends Tho regular democratic Stato com- n uiuruViotis assault on Ascension, Mex fession which he adorned, as well as by tho legions of other friends that his gen- mittee of Louisiana indorses the compro- ico, had a heating at Lvs Cruces, N. M., Hand Saws, ial disposition and popular manners drew mise by which both democratic tickets and were held liver for extradition. Key Mole Saws, men under rest at Deemand are to bo withdiawn and a new ono put ing for the same oHhiish ni to him, Though nearly three-scorAxes, Hatchets, will be nnrched ten, a perennial youth teemed to spring in the Held. Hammers, back to Ascension, :t0fl miles on fmt The Western Window Glass Associ- mmrmmmtmmmaamammmimmmMmujrwtwmmmjmtmtmmmm from his heart, which never grow old. Hraccs, The announcement of train-load- Ituft-ni- . SHELF HARDWARE. Sixty-seve- e i. r; frv 0 the Hill won in Kentucky to secure n delegation favorable to him bv for CnrlNle Our rstefined contem porary tnisunderstnndB our ntntwiipnt, if 1S!J. bethinks we intended to rHlect on Mr. A tiro at Midway that started in J. Carlisle's real adherents. We do not H. Wilson's harness shop, burned the would bo p.uty to that be or they livery stable with five horses and two bucIi action, but that the Hill men, will- mule.?, tin colored Methodist chinch aud d, any nuvani:ii;ta iu now n ing to mice saveral other buildings, entailing a Ion would resort to any kind of tacof 511,000. tics to defeat the choice of the people. It is said that there is not a niemhir Mr. Cleveland It now looks like neither 1)1 IN- I H of the General Assembly who is opposcan bo nominated, ami if nor Gov. Hill plan of "borrowing" ed to thojptoposed that be the case and we thought Carlisle all or a part of thu SGlKyHJl.Oil refunded A Cream of Tarter It km IMwili-Highest of available, lit' could have no warmer supleavenm strength I S l.ovtrnn.int direct tax, for general expenses, consti- .ill in Aug. 17, 1SS9 porter than we. Nest to Mr. Cleveland tution or no constitution. he is the embodiment of the doctrine of The Republicans of Fayette county next to him might tariff reform and KEEP YOUR EYE That the anxious poulof the old farm- met in convention at Lexington. The more Votes' on that idea than any er who edits the Louisville Times may fight began between the two factions of ON other man, but we fear that the time has bo able to rest in peace, we will say that the county at once aud resulted in two not come for the Northern democrats to crop in this section conventions and two sets of delegates support a man who lives south of the while the wheat has looks a little the worse for tho wear of a to the National Convention. One facOhio river. The Interior Journal tough winter, most of the plants are alive tion is headed by R. P. Stoll and tho never failed to support n democratfe a and those who know tell us that with other by J udgo George Denny, Uotli X nominee from the lowest to the highest r. out further damage, a bountiful yield have a large following. (J office and whoever receives the presidenu may be expected. Urace up, old hayc tial nomination will have our warmest LANCASTER, 6ARRARD COUNTY. it seed; the question of your rations may mipport, but we hope it will not be Hill. be regarded as settled for a war at least. Anew Washington press has been Round-hous- e, ft put in the Central Record office. The long promised Danville Domocrat THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. c Rice Benge has bought out the stage isatlast a fulfillment and it is highly Dr. Woods ha offered a bill to line between here and Danville, and creditable to all concerned in its make 3 1 up. Mr. Thomas II. Fox is editor, John make only quadrennial assessments of will take charge of same in a, few davs. X S. VanWinkle and Win. Scott Lawill, hnd and tho auditor reports that the It is oonie consolation to know that local editors, aud T. M. Morrow business Stato will savo 501,000 by it, as the' as- of Go" existing kinds of reptihs, 400 fuMfl-t manager. The paper is an eight column sessments do not vary enough to m.tk e species are harmless. Tho difficulty, $1 50 a it necessary to assess every year. folio and will be issued weekly nt however, consists in not being able to Mr. IVttit may he anil probably is a distinguish at all tiuus between tint 100 year. In bis salutatory Editor Fox makes many fair promists and seems de- nuisance, but he is on tho right track and the '2o7. OR termined ns far as mortal man can to when he wants to make juttaeH attend Geonre T. Mason him returned to closer to their duties by deducting the Chicago. Misses Mary Robinson aud live up to them. That he will and Of the abov - CICI.EKRA 1'KI) S1IOKS. that he will llnd that pleasure and piy of special judges from their salaries Fannie West are visiting Miss Mamie . Dunn in Danville. Capt. E. W. Lillard, profit in the business he has so long tit if they are absent except, for siekne-sMr. lint t4, of Shelby, the alliance of Danville, was in town Wednesday. Hired to engaue in, wo sincerely trust, : Miss Jennie Warren, of Stanford, is visbut the man who thinks that an editor's member, tried to be funny Jat the of G. L. Willis, the Times' corres- iting her aunt, Miss Jennie Duncan. life is a happy one and that he is l able to exist on flowery beds of ea&e pondent, but as usual he got the worst Misses Mamie Currey and Maud Robinwill find too soon that all is vexation of it and now wishes that some one had son will attend the i2l exereists at On nil Winter Goods, warned liim from fooling with a buzz U.tuville next week. Jim Helder, of and vanity of spirit. siw. Louisville, wss in town this week. Such cases have been told of in nov The style of poetry invented by NEWSY NOTES. els, but it is not often we come across Bret Harte and which is noteworthy them in every day life. In the LouisNine huiiM'son Avondale, Middles-bor- chiefly on account of its bad 'pelling, ville chancery court thK week Miss were burned. seems to have been adopted by a large Amanda McCauley appeared and claimMr. llaldon Grimes, one of the wt number of poetasttrs all over tli" coun cost. child of Mrs. known citizens of Harrodsburg, is dead, try. Of course such trash is calculated ed that the UJnch was in reality hers aud aged 82. I hi fine Mil lie tuili n John ll male the raotl of to bring poetical compositions into disreWc have noujin stock a jjoodjassortment of the Hucher & Gibler's iSyj ai our stated that Mis. Ulrich hud deceived her Thirteen tons of postage stamps are pute; aud as it cannot well be considered chinch. liable one mile weit of McOormnekt Imperial Plows, Till-- : Plow of the day. Call and examine our Plows husband in the matter. She said that said to have been sold in Now York City as woithy of preservation, it would seem At $10 to Insure a Living Colt, and get prices before yon buy. she had given birth to the child at the last year. to be the duty of the piess to turn its lyiDg-i- n hospital and proved that by an tramline Rood until The Glasgow Deposit Hank, which back upon scribblers wiio imagine they 'I ill weaning lime, coltiwrttj Hh forfeit! irjon money paid, mare attendant, a fact which sheonghtto have recently made an assignment, has reopen- are poets, simply because they can conmoney i tJetcrilionantn'eJ1Krie.-I- lr a dark bar. glad to have kept secret. Tho couit ed its doors. struct verses that rhyme. 5 " "it", "j iichv) mane aim 1.111, same upheaileil and cairirthirmelf very gratefully uivt decided that it was Mrs. Ulrich's child, Not content with writing about In fact bi rider ia)i hr Uml without a peer In There aie 18,5:Mi papers printed in though, without resorting to the Solo- the United States, of which number things of the past or those of the pres- Central Kemuily aa taddlrr. Notvrith (tandlnii Ina brine handled only three cek, mon test. 1,7:11 aro dailies. ent, certain sensational writers have whenhn went lame ami a tumid out, he would The notoiious Sarah Althea Hill has adopted a new style in which they treat defy all competitionSeiood Jewel, the famou pre He wji lred by Tub Court of Appeals, Judge Bennett lie by Jewel, he dissenting, has sustained Judge Mon-fo- become insane and will be placed in a of things that are to happen a hundred tnium horse, llenin..rl.Cunningham' I.illie. aired by DKALKK IN- Washington it dim California asylum. years hence. 'Ihe latest oensatiou is an Stonewall Jackson, Another pmulum horse, he by by in the decision that Cols. Evans and Frank Martin was shot and killed at article bv Edgar Fawcett in the New Washington Denmark, he by lllack Denmark, el. I Miller had no pecuniary cause or actual York Frets, in which he describes the on 3d dam by torn Mil, out of Copper bol torn damage to back their suit to test the val- Middlesboro by Wm.JBrooks, of the Look for a moment iroMeuf who immediatelv fled and is destruction of the moon at some period this horse, and ynu willand observe the backed up ganw', idity of the new constitution and thev that he is by the brst strains of saddle Mock in the land A at l"iie in the future. In the exuberance of his look at liirn will he tiilTnient and a liberal patron-Kt- n AND are therefore bowed out of court. Judge HONE. very kindly toluitcd. The barn of W. K Hoy. in Marion. imagination lie shows how "like a giant Bennett holds, however, that the conAlans kept any way on liberal terms, but not bombshell she exploded in the henvens All work warranted, lune Watches a Speciilty . vention had no right to make any mate- was set afire and 2,500 bushels of corn, a abov us;" that is, how she will explode responsible for accidents, should any occur. I will take old jjold or J M CARTKH.JK silver in exchange for goods rial amendments to the document which big lot of hay Hnd farming implements when the time for the explosion arrives. ere consumed. Such trash as this is now served tip they, as required by the act of 1S90, sub11USH, for the delectation of a The House Committee on Elections mitted to the people, who ratified it by public, anxious to gulp Mown ev . will report favorably a bill for the elec-Ha majority of 138,000 votes, and in this j. ery laiicy that emanates from the brain REAL AGENT, tion of United StaUsKSenators by the of the verieni crank. j opinion it is said that Judges Holt and Ky. .&. ti' Pryor coincide. This places the docu- - umi1 ,,ie w ,,,B WPW- -T-,R' Hurb lVi. m I a ss ijsw, .A t. ' republicans AROUND THE THRONES. footing and ment on a verv insecure C 'V1" I have tuite a number cf KAK.MS for sate nl the t.anilsin l.lnco.n county. very best II predicted, "make it ueciareu tor lion. v. O. Bradley for delwill, as its oppost-r'1 hes Fanus are all well improved and j;ood The popo's episcopal golden jubilee egate for theState-at-largto the Narich lanus, iiiriuinc in sue from jo to 500 Aires a never ending fourc of litigation. will bo celebrated in 1!MJ. Conndcrinc theis c ah y, their richness anil fir tional republican convention. The maintained by tho till IT 01 soil the 111t1ve1uc1.ee of turnpikes and rail I3 Receiving His Inspector, S. I) Brown ruaifs thnt to Enquirer, which, like The Cincinnati queen of England consists of nearly 1,000 arc iheaperbrini! markets rUht any our door, ihev than the Lands of olhenount) in all the papers of its class, is for Hill, crested Charloy Johnson at Cain Val persons. tho State There it icincly a Farm in the coun. ty oter snuicsirum a He ct calls loudly on Mr. Cleveland to wiite a lev on tl10 n:iri,M of stealing and rifling I he count) is checked with turnpikes girl in eastern The prettiest roj-a- l running mrtil Hie proof is duvet There a inesiry letter similar to Mr. . Blaine's, that ho . is ... win Europe is said to be tho Princess Ueleno, teritii; thediteclion seal that it isnotnot public road en s . .. ... ri LOtiMV Mictd.iinueil ..t vapi. At " i..ll..i. of Montenegro, who, it is reported, is We have the Knoiwlle llranch ol tint I. ,V N It not a candidate for the presidential Goods Warranted a I'it Guaranteed. Givf me call. R. dividing ths u unu will not Turpin shot and killed Win. M. Carter. the choeu linde ot the heir apparent to C S. R K from rouni from Kast to West and the nomination and that his North to Viuth; the K C. K It Both were well known and prominent the Russian throne Mr. CleveIrom this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C & O be before the convention. 10 the markets nl The families ol the queen of England, at Wmchestor giving: full access hate three large land may do this at the proper time, if men, who had long been at enmity. the whole Hcrld. Ilesulcs, ve The Hill machine is carrying eveiy-thin- u tho Icing of (Jteccemid the car ol Rus-bi- I'latir Mills in the county that give us a market Iio sees that party harmony and success for all our cram nj;ht home; its own way in New York. Clevhave made arrangements to erect a ment of the mountain at regions and the develop ol Kattern and demand it, nut he will not do it at the Cojreuhagcii in South eastern Kentucky bv milroads and the outunniNomo uintiuiiieut suggestion of tho Cincinnati Enquirer, eland will baldly have overi'O delegates Honor of the golden wedding of the king let honth by railroads has created such a demand for nil kiudtof cereals and urnsendcr that wecan which is only democrajio when it pays in the convention, whivh has already aud queen ol Denmark STANFORD, KY.f scarcely retain enough lor homeennsumption. Thu people aie pavtperous, generous and kind, to be. The paper that helped been packed for Hill. bet for it A young man ot interesting anteced believing in Christianity and education. 1 hnre as Mr. ill nan uanc3 .v. ij.uih as ents. frequently seen in i not a neighborhood to defeat Campbell is not regarded with in the county but haa a his Lieutenant Gemral and John R. wheie tie h.is made Ins home of recent gcod church and s especial adm ration by democr its of eithe county seat of Lincoln, it a prosMcLean as his Major General, it is now years, is Prince Iturbtde who some perous little city of afioui j.oo rnhab.uiits and it ther high or low degree from the North the in order for him to enlist Gen. Ben But- time ago retired very abruptly from the east great doorway the Northwest and North south and from to southeast, t BijACKIiukn knocks centre win n ler's further services. Richmond State .Mexican army He is a of and standing as it does saving right Into the bosJoe Of Staple and Fancy uudcwloped ofSnuthcwtcrn the royal house of Austria and dimly re- om of the backed up b the whole ISlun (irass he says: "Tho House is without recog (Dem.) Kentucky region ot the Stale with railroads running thiotigh nked leadership and ih 111 a perfect chaCongressman Wilson is trying to lated to the unfortunate .Maximilian. it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally otic state, aud this has already had a bad get the president to pardon Jordan one of tlie best lorated towns in the South for WHISPERS ABOUT WOMEN. inannfacturet and other enterprises of magnitude. effect on the country." This comes of Owens, of Pulaski, who was recently Water Works ate now being agitated and nchi Glassware, Oueenswarc and Woodenware. iN'Icc line of Library and aboue the town about t of a retiring good men simply because they sentenced to pay a.fine of 5200 and be Mrs Robert Heberton, Of Chestnut there could be erected Water Works with mile very to vote for the victorious imprisoned three months for carrying mil. is in (Htssosniou of the first clock llltle Ccttlhat would supply a city of 150,000 inhappened not Stand Lamps and also nice Tea Sets, Dinner Sets and Chamber habitants with the purest aiid best water in the made by David Ritteuhouse. tho famous world. Our little city speaker. Practical politics may pay tho an unstamped barrel of whisky. Sets. We keep the best California Goods inthe market. been newly rebuilt in ht ihe last few yea's and its business house aid respoliticians, but the public is not in it. A Boston man saturated his wife's clockmaker of old Philadelphia. compare with larger cities of greater idences will Miss Alice Lougfellovv is described hh pretentions. Our merchants and tradesmen are clothes with kerosene and set them 011 aod Tub republican party in Favette is fire. Prompt interference from outside a very sweet and fair woman, with a all prosperouscapital doing well 'Vu have two banks with a stock ol $400,000 that are noticeable resemblance to her fatuous prosperous and in a good rendition. all tora up, h I, west and crooked. saved the poor woman's life. The man father lu eyes and in expression. We have splccdid schools. We have a Female Denny faction and a Stoll facTbere is a College, a Urge brick building, with over 100 pu was tried, convicted and sentenced to Dr Jennie Lozier, the present presi- mli in attendance and under the prlncipalttu'p ot tion and two delegations will be sent to one year in the house of correction. MasM Hubbard, is in a Prof. tae8Utc convention to fight it out. sachusetts evidently needs some new dent of Sorosis. is the owner of a now tion. JWe also have a Seminary flourishing acondit;ood that it house, winch is most magnificent in school, with Prof ft I". lilakemanatilsheail. We fcj. K. Cor. XtU Ac Vine, Cincinnati, O. Well, let dogs delight to scratch and Uw. have one of the bet Public School buildings in architecture and most artistic in detail. this section of the State, with over 100 puptlt in fight, for 'tia tlipir nature to. Albert Fink, of the It was built and furnished uion plans attendance, and with other good private school, Book-keepin-g, Short-Han- d, Type-Writi- ng, you tee our school facilities are excellent laid out by tho owner herself. for Cleveland and Trunk Lines, and at one time Gov, Cami'bkll is We have elegant church huilnings, representing of the Louisville & Nashville railA of George III every denomination, with a full corps ot ministers Business Practice, Correspondence, aaya he will securu' a solid delegation Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, class talent jnd are doing a better businett is living in Chicago. She is n descendant orfiasany class of men In the than city. Ohio for him, notwithstanding the road, ban declined the presidency of tho from I have tried of the first daughter of King George's to make this Penmanship and all Business Branches. as Eaquirerand certain other Hill allien and Richmond Terminal system. He has third ton by Hannah Lightfoot, the without anv exaggeration or statement as facts, Coloring, those Large and flourishing Twelve Irmtructnr. Up with the time. who know will bear ne out, und those who with been out of the business since 18M) and Established for limlneim PunulU. Han iu ma nnina about as near uoing 11 as Quakeress, whom he married two years to buy pleasant homes at lair prices Flu thoroughly lts2. thu confidence of the IIusIumm Community. . . ....... . uampoeus vo I... - " ,.1.1 "" iu uimenaKe suci previous to his alliance with Princess amontf'a good people with all the best and locate The studenttnr (n Utmand and an tttdnf (n tteuring employment. The chargM are surround-Ingthe ext man. Lookout, trie would do well to call aud tee me before pur reutonable. ilourtl cun be hail In tho city at low figure. lay and Night Bcitlon. Poea J a great work. Charlotte of Mecklenburg-StrelitreoeiniBX. hasiDf elsewhere us promUci. Invcstltutlon solicited, bend for catalogue. C.W McGEE, PRINCIPAL. Ue On our firat pi;e will be found nnni-tid- e from the Newport Journal takinctis to tnk for sayinj that is the tnetice of be-l'e- wn-elan- He was a most entertaining writer and a conversationalist of whom one never grew tired. Lightly rest tho sod upon him. The world in which he moved is better for his having lived in it. Col, McCarty was one of tho editors of the old Loui-viCourier, and repotted the proceedings of the constitutional co n vt ntion in KSIS. Ho afterwards pub lished papers at I'aducah, Ky., West ford, Mo., Kansas City, Mo., and Ky., in addition to his lr.t at Nicholasvillo. Ho spent several sessions of Congre.s at Washiniton and held one of the tvspoiifliblo positions under it. When iiov. Knott, an old friend and schoolmate, wa elected he made him assistant secretary of State, an office which he filled with much credit. Several months ago he was struck with paralysis and had been till death relieved him. Eliza-bethtown. bed-ridde- n ation, which embraces all tho manufac tories west of the Alleahanies, decided to raise tho price on window glass live per cent. March 1. It isjsaid the reason tho Louisiana Stato Lottery has withdrawn from the tight for a new chatter in Louisiana is that arrangements have been made to remove the concern to Mexico after 1 ja Croyaushvi j B Hatnes, Horsu Shoes, Horse Shoe Nails, Horse Hrushes, Curry Combs, Hits, Hog Ringers, Drawing Knives, Hog Kings, Spirit Levels, Steel Traps, Planes, Mattocks, Mouse Traps, Shovels, Spades, Forks, I lay Knives, Sand Paper, Trace Chains, Lap Kings, Repair Links, A Nice line Cutlerv, Rope, Twine, Dog Collars. I LI MoKOTITE BIROS. AKlH6 r - SEVERANCE & SON. POWDER Absolutely Pure Kc-po- rt, sp-cu- re Freight divisions, R. R. Junction, CORBIN. She's coming. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Carpets, &c. MM I Repair Shops, College & churches For particulars, Address CHAS. FINLEY, Corbin Irup'nt Co., Corbin, Ky. " V. 1 r WE KEEP ASFULL LINE GREAT REDUCTIONS iN PRISES ex-pm- flSfr-- o, Ladies' Dress Goods, Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits. at first i one-year-ol- d WBDCrBWOOD. Men's and Boys' Overcoats and Ladies' ChaJts at 11 Inm-ran- b-e- n W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. to-d- rt ROBT. FENZEL PROMPTLY Par-to- n WATCHES. CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY ''' teg-ularl- y Stt II. T. ESTATE Stanford, at .G.RUPLEY 1 s " wfewf nl P-rl- ect srra ftWW . $ liou-otui- Post-oflie- kl e J j l'eli. ""i 1 1 ., n-im- FaH asid 1 Winter Goods St, a 111 FARRflS HARDIN, -- Wu.-liingto-n, hool-hou- Have : a : Complete : Line Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, dM-einhiii- three-fourt- hs I -- vice-preside- Telegraphy, er -- ....-- 1.1 1 s. x. ,rd jsmaJL A Kiss Is I Cindkks in tiik Kvb. Some time ago RonlFrlends. We will pay the above reward for any caieot of agony to n bashful man. I wns riding on an engine, when tho en- The acme Yon iiinv Imvn heard vonr mother tell Complaint, Dypepia, iiclc Headache. In- Liver The food by which the flame of lovo is aipritinn. LTonitinntion or CoMivcueit we can not how, when she wont to school, she had glncer threw opsn the front window and cure with Wcit'i Vegetable Liver 1'iUi, when the 1 began to fed. n cinder in tho eye. ney are friend and 'how compiicu In the corporate limits o Rowland. Stanford, Ky., Fehruaky, 19, 1892 bucIi a dear girl up the friendliueps they I caught eye, as people generally do. ' Let Tlio only known "smack" that will directions are atrictly never fail towitn. satisfacRive purely vegetable and for rub the two have kept 6 H. I. OAKST..Kowland. tion. Sugar coated. Large boxea containing 30 eye, calm a storm. pill., ajc. Beware of counterfeits and imitations. ninny long years, and you iuive perhaps your eycalono and rub tho other ne genuino ruanuuciurcc, oiiit uy i uc jonii . "I know you doctors i. .....i i.... ..... ii.ui u..i.i .:..... i..i. :.. Lnl.l H.n A thing of use to no one, but much Will Co., Chicago, III. For sale by A K PenW. P. .IF YOU ARE GOING., 91 'yr ny. on know it all, but if you let that prized by two. aro often tho most enduring of anv. think or 1ST Not enough for one, just enough for . .Then yon havo wondered if you and oye alone ami ruo tno oiuorejc, mum- . bo two, too much for threo. .Tim. your present "best friend" will love each dor will .,,. out in two minutes." I ,.. mtmmmm . , ,i, ""- - ,.., finrt Honn felt The flag of truce in the pretty wars of . "1 ,u grysMriTtj li j M. otnei wnen uoiu oi you "" nUl"', courtship and marriage. down near tho innei Now et us se how things stand between h cinder ' ,H,'(' rPH,1' to take il out;, That which you cannot give without you and your best friend, Anna. Of n Tho WcnkThlnns A new and Complete treatment, consisting of suppositories, Ointment In Capsules, also in lox von like l.er v..rv ,......). !.., v vmi alone and keep at tho well eye, shouted taking and take without giving. Uod can rriako small limn Krcut. Ho cotirae ........ i '"- and pills; a positive cure for Kxtcri al, Internal, a miutuu iuni;i, A telegraph 10 the heirt in which tin lllind or Weeding, Itching, Chrotic, Recent or ciin mho feeble iiiHtrmiiuiitH (or Ilia glory. must confess that very frequently thero tlio man. I tint so lor gave operator usea the sounding system. Hereditary Piles This remedy has never been Louisville 4 Nashville r. R. Ills mlKlitivHt iiiHtruincittH liuvo been comes a little "till"," and you "full out." and looking into a small glass be known to rait $i per box, 6 lor $5; sent by mail. I 1 found the olFeuder on my cheek. Tho baby's rigid, tho lover's pnvilego, Why suffer from this terrible diseaic when a writ(roin tlio lowi'Ht milks of men. When such it thing happens you straight- me, . guarantee Is positively given with 6 boxes, to Is the line for you, as its tho parent's benison and tho hypocrite's ten refund tliu money if not cured Send stamp for Joseph wan an Kyitlinu hIiivi; Most"; way truif plant your atlections to some It !u rnnnrted that tilt' now process of tree sample. Guarantee issued by A It. Penny, mask. wns tlio son of a poor Luvitu bomliiinn; other girl, and your friend does like ise. mnkinj,HI,K1,r from sorghum by tho uo Druggist and sole af;ent, Stanford, Ky. Call for The sweetest fruit on the tree of love. samples. Ctiilt-oWHrt a tlirinlier, David was a You two se.ircely.B,,eak when you Make cloie connections at jc.0hol, recentlv recommended by of wlu'pliurd hoy; Anion wuh u lii'rdsmanl and generally make n point of s'lowing jSl,m,lB ry Rnsk. has been put into very Tho oftener plucked the more abundant NIRVC JT, M V?rS. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI rv emfl JL " ttW ' Qtt CflBV. grows. Daniel worm captive in Hnbylon; Fcvern groat devolion to tlie.new friend in the For nil points. operation at Hanover, Iod.,by it A woman's most uiiootive argument, THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. o( tin apostli-JM.-Jmvuro thlieriiHin; I'.iiil presence of the old ono. ft nuillbcr of lll0 miiB cane growerE, whother to cajole the hoirt of father, 11AGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH ; .Nowintilr.ither.silly.tohave these wuh a tent iiinki-r- ; Zvinnly win a ,(i(,g fai, to ,.llUn.jy Huperaedo the Dr. L C. West's Nerve and llrain Treatment, a For any information enquire of l Mflnnctlmn, the grout tlieolouian, unlinjipy tlillerences so frequently? If ,(, ,,,,.,0,1, The process consists in control the humors of n husband, or a specific frr Hysteria, Diriness, Fits Neuralgia. F L. CLIFFORD, Agent, London Headache, Nervous PreMraticn rauscd by alcohol Or tho grief of childhood Stanford, Ky. of tlit IMormation, win an iiruinrer; la- Anna .Iocs MJine very tin worthy act, L.(.rt,i proportion oi alcohol or tobacco, Wakelulness,Mental Depression, SoftMx,(!Il W. W. PENN, Trav. Pass Agent, insanity, misery, decay, ening ol llrain, ther whs tin child of a poor miner, and then she dserves the loss of your friend- - wU( Uj(, Hynp nn,j lt pro,luces a sugar Tid Riis. Junction City, Ky death. Premature Old Age, Barrenness, Lois of huiijj in thi htrcetH for bread when a hoy rviiii; imu is your regard so iraii a '""'K ' .......iv niire wh U. Power in either sex, Impotency, Lucorrhcra and over UU U0- A navy will only get us in trouble, . ' " es, Sperand turned wooden howls for a living that it cannot stand small dillereuces of grees. It is also asserted that the alcoliol. just as tho Raltiunro did. There is no all Female Weaknesses, involuntary Lor brain, Self of matorrhea caued by A month's treatment Abuse, wiit'ii liirt wordrt Meri'hhakiiij; tho world; opinion? process yields an average of UOO pounds necessity for this country to fiend a lot six lor $5 by mail. We guarantee six boxes to r I tV HKaK 7 U 1 nlMflti I1 Ifiyonr friend is Jovablo and you hio of sugar to tho toll of cane, an amount of war ships swaggering around the Ji, Ulirixtopliur Cohiinhni was a wool euro Kach order for six boxes with $5 will send written guarantee to refund il not cured. Guarer; i'nllor whh a farm servant; Carey, tho the kind of.girl you ought to be, then double that obtained by ttie oui proces-- . earth. The United States is r spool- antees issued oi,ly by A. R. Penny, Druggist and cy2L5uisyiiw 'jBNra cuicttoRtto- originator of tho plan of translating tin you will hear', with her inconsisten ies ed without any bullying of that sort. solo agent, Stanford, Ky. fct. Louis Journal of Agriculture. ,.TO., iiihlo into tbulungutigt of tho inillioimof and put up with some of her faults. Nations are like individuals. A blusterHindoHtan, was a shoemaker; Morrison, Perhaps you aio not quite perfect yourPku Dium op tub Bilmon'Conoiikss ing fellow will g ics around with n res who triinslatud tho ilihle into the Chi- self, and she may have to bear some The. exFenditiire of tho billion bowio volver in his hip pocket and ire Oyer Iok ft Xteimdy is such a bewildering total that it knife down his boot leg is more apt to nese luiiginige, was n Jtintmuker; Dr. things from you. If your friendship is ....And.., irilr. Inuvra Sufrtfj to .Miliiu was a herd hoy; AdnniOlark was tlio real thing, you will remember that is hard to grasp it. It has to bo divided get into trouble tli.in a quiet citizen who ZifcofJlotlutranrf Child. tt'L tho son of Irish cotter.; .John Fo.ster was love "hopcth h11 things," "beareth all ur nml thought of in .eparate sums. It goes unarmed and minds Ids own busi POINTS II MOTHER'S FRIEND a weaver; Win. Jay, of Ilaih, was a things," and so hearing many things pa- amounted to ?J,000,000 per day while ne?s. Tut Uniiul States dooi not need ..And hordHinan; (Juorgu W liitellelil was a ser tiently and sweetly, you will find that Conuress whs in session. Counted in to play Mi' role of "bad in in." Sena Hob Conflitemrnt of lis years will not weaken, but will rather silver dollars there was a metal weight of tor Inga'ls and libit. 1'aln, Ilarror vant in a public honor; John II. (inngli u. Afteruslnflnnebottlcof "Mottirr'n FrlfinI" I and scores strengthen your mutual bond of whs a drunken 3.000 toiiR. Tins would make an outlay lufTi red but little a'ti.&nd ill.luol experience thai Tlie instrument of death used in Spain usaul In such cases. lira. Harper's Young People. weakness of others, useful, eminent and famous, of six tons p- -r day, or about ?525 apiece is always, unless shooting is specified, Asdic OaQE, Lamar, J! )., Jan. IStU, 1:91. linvo been t iketi from tin lowest places for each Senator and Reprerentative. For Sent by cxpnf s, rharges prepaid, on receipt of Pullman Vestibuled Iluffet Sleepers and Pull lirasa collar, A Lessan in Figures. the garrote. This is price, t.Wi-c- iKJttle. Lot.lcto llulliers mailed tree. man liuffet Chair Cars on all trains through to i... . .. .. u.vjj.w.u .if r.(iii iIiivh tlio expend to fill important M.ttimifl and do importwhich is contracted by means of a screw niiADifiiiruU jr.rcjLi.A'ioit cu., Chicaro without change. Under tho heading of "America's ATLANTA, C., Go.via the Monon and get the Best for the least at th rate of, '3 a ;s'ond in the ha :k. As the screw is turned the ant work. Oil, if men mid women and Great Opportunity," Frank Leslie's itnro wis iiiuiji'y. ror iiiiormauon anarcss SOI O IlV ALL DnrO .I.ST3. boyi hik! girls will bit true to God and Weekly attempts ThU is n toienthly rapid gait. It is not collar shut.s upon the neck of the conAS. 11ARKER. G P. A.. Chienon to show tho conttaat A'. G. CRUSH. D P. A .. Louisville thing, tliu iird will between the condition of tho lending probable tnai the billion Congress will demned, nnd, at the name time, tlio faithful over a liml Its eipial for rapacious jprotti sharpened steel point of tlio screw en.valt tlinin and make them chosen ves countries of Kutopc, crushed down by over hcIh, to btMr His Name to :dl the nations gncy. Philadelphia R cord. Knosville, ters the spinal marrow where, it joim the burden of their milit.ry budgets, Capl Louisville of tho earth. ami tlio happier condition of the United eentunos.ago.wns oatab the brain, causing iiMantancons death, More than IS -Sorrel Sue." States. lish.-tin Church of Christ among men. Double Daily Schedule, Indiana lias been visited witli a showArk., a recent shot t tig Very interesting columns of tlguresaro It was thou prophesied that nil tongues At Haiou-illein Ltlcct December 20, 11191. LtS er of worms, so testilhs Mr. Snyder, the nll'ruy brought into notice a wotiinn given us to nhow that tho suvuu great and peoples should be taught it sublime r ftHmr)ioirNi: representative at Cliftonof the htatitieal known as "Sorrel tsiui." She always ap- European powers keep up a peace elite Lve. Louisville.... ....'.J S 45 p m that Inn acted in n civilirer bureau ut Washington. He says they " Stanford la a in peared in public riding a soirel horse. It tive force of more than 3,000,000 of men since Paul preaclud ul Antioch. Tlio Arr. Middlesboro fell by thousands, covering tlio ground 708am Lve. Middlesboro 3 10 p was holievvd slie helongeil to ngiuig who and their aggregate army expenditure wmk has pngrt!HiH.d steadily hiucu the and averaged about an inch in length, Arr. Cumberland (Jap- 326pm 720am 733am Russia, crueifixlou and .Atoli horsej. amounts to sonic SSOO.OOO.OOO. " Hamilton Springs. it is advancing Th-235pm 733am were probably sent to feed upon " Arthur 243pm 744am which lends in liar army ami liwr outlay, more rapidly ami iiiom surely lliiin over A surgeon, v. ho wss summoned to iarj " Powell River. 257pm 756am the political con option in Hint rotten ST " Tazewell ( 33pm 821am ono of Iter admirer, who hml been spends 032,000,000 franca on "OO.hOS men; The Holy Uiblt is the most S ate. u;tin " Lone Mountain 336pm 833am " Clinch Klver wimndtfd in tlio row, mistook his way Franco beeps up a peaco army of 517,000 widely circulated of all hooks, and laM. 348pm 845am " Oak man She "How charmingly Mr Gabley 350 pm 848am and wanilt red into Sue's cabin. Ileforv men at an expetis of Ko0,000,000 francs, year a single tract society of London is " Washburn 413 pm 90S am Powder Spriugs 427pm 923 am could be hustled out he m things and (lur.iiutiy's peieu army of 507,000 sued and circulated more than 77,O0.OO0 talks, Mr. Greorieye. There appenrs to he " LuttrelL 442pm 940am be 110 subject he in r.ot informed on." wliieh roused ids suspicions. Then ho costaSJl'.OtKi.OOO francs. ' Corrton 451pm' 949am puniicjitioris. The dn will surely " Maloncjrville .. 507pm 1003am lie ( madly jealous) -- 'Sas he inherits There la nothing like the HESTOItATIVE U) create impresAn u. tempi is in tie Timcoe. who, with a reported to when every knee stiall bvw and every " Ileverly.. 5 22 pm 10 18 am tiie gift; Ids ancesleis were barbers, jou NEItVINK discovered by the preat specialist. Dr. " K As O. Junction. 5 3s Pml'o 30 a ni posse, managed to surround tho den of sion that these are tremendous bunions tongue confess Him Miles, to cure All nervons dleei9es, aa headache, " Knoxvillp 553 pmliosoam eleepleeeness, the bines, nervona prostration, knot,." Rack. t. two of But tlime HilhUry bu IgeU include tli horso litleves, iMpturimr Sui'iind neuralgia, St. Vitus dunce, fits, and hysteria. NOKTH POUND I ZZZL, A great many people don't know what ana say Lve Knoxvillp .Many pnysicians us it in burping. He found that isuo had ap- little item of pension1, and counting the 830am 545pm Ulov.r seed continue to e.0 up. lliey the results are wonderful. meir practice, Webavehund ot Arr K. .t O. Junction.... thev want in t His world until they see it 848am 605pm druggists. "W plied the mean of bleaching her own military peimo.i p.tyinui'H of the Unit ' Ileverly iitllimr ut .till tniHliol linn, now, Ulll testimonials like these from lt." Snow & Co..have8 59 a u 616pm Srneverknon anything like advertised, other people know what they nn . " Maloneyvillo. ... When the cd Statoi Its army expenditures t .r "tvery notueeoia nrings woruaoi linir nnil that of her hors-- s. 914am 631pm racnse, " Corryton get it. fortuiiHtely , most of the supplv is pro- - praise, NJ. x. Wolf, II 928am 646pm G. " I.uttrcll i entered they found a horse envoi are he.tvier than those of any Kumpe tu want, but don't know where to pof-s940am 6 j6pm My wiio is per- nuceo it me county, mi not hiucu mon- seller we ever had." Woodworth & Co., Fort " Powder Springs 935am 712 pm Hindu of rubber coats, government except Russia. While our Advertising tells them. Wayne, Ind. "Nervine eelN better than anything o,?d in a jacket " Washbur ... nn 10 10 am 736pm y, if any, is taken owav. tl r 11.M.. iv n u., f'w.mA K u. otUt.lt until bho i nnoictuau. u r. it jnu l iuuuiiu, n. IX " Oakman 10 33 a m 7 45 p m iwing treated to a sulphur vajvor hath. existing army of 30,000 nun eonH in on fectly contented with her imi txttieana uneiooicoi testimonials ri(cr,u " Clinch Rler. paper and funis that 103c a in 747pm A Succk-xku- i, " Lone Mountain. miow. -- Firm Circus druggists. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind Tho appliances were very ingenious and ly $30,000,000, wo now piy 5133,000, takes up an evening 1047 am 759pm " Tazewell Lord it Taylor have a line Hue of silks Man: How do you mauiix to fill your 11 00 am 812pm TItlAIi IJOTTLE FREE. worked very well. A black or bay hoio 000 a year for an ar.ny that wan muster" Powell Itiver. 11 36 am 836pm Immediately blench-iiry- . ed out of service A R. Penny, Stanford. '20 years on the bargain counter. " Arthur For tale by more than show with only six pirfornieri? would bo stolen and run into tho 1140am 848pm " Hamilton Springs.... my bank 1148am 854pm sli needs a now garmeut and Second OirciH- - Man I carry hill " Cumberland Gap... After its color win changed and its g". 1153am 857J) m accordingly. Geo. postern. No v York Weekly. " Middlrsbcro 13 15 n'n 912pm In using liguroi for purposes of com account goes down mano and tail trimmed, the iltsirnise Lve. Middlesboro 9 3Spm Arr. Stanford without any paris'iti ii is well not to omit the most W. Ui R'o. 235am bo pronounced that ' Louisville. A intiittd h'nk hiss we 7 05 a m Y. World. great rislc the. animal could bo taken in important tlgurs.--N- . .BlUK GKU.A.SS ROTJTIC." "Johnny," said un Arizona father to iua -- 7 pouiiils wits recently caujriit near For anv information as to routes, rates, etc.. ap ago, daylight through the very district from Waldo, Fin. Tlie heaviest hlack hass Tho Shortest and Quickest Route from ply to W. A I1LV, Acting Gen'l Pass. When liars quarrel a deal of truth is ids hopeful son a few Sundays A$t., which it had been stolen. It was Sue's tpokell. strongest religious denom- previously tiken, so far as record note, Central Kentucky to all points North "What is ttie Knoxville, 'lenn. Fas East, West nnd South-Wea- t. business not only to superintend the Arizona?" pounds and w.is caught in a weighed 1 Lite co intra must bo content with ination Lino botween Lexington and Oincin bleaching, but also ti ride the animal "I dou't know, daddy." natl. bones. Flond.t lake. ignocountry. The Spokesman. out of tho THROUGH TRAI.VSCINCINVA.it TO MID "Why, I'm rtstonMied at your It is the weeping cloud that blesses DLKallOROUGH and J ELLICO The month of February, 1SS(5, was ONLY FOR A rance." In traveling itiound the globe, if a theearth. known anioni: the lowis of the curious SCHEUDI. E IN EFFECT NOV. 13, 1B01 woaku.st." "1 know which is the DECKER BROTHERS Careful weeding stops th seeding. man goes to tlio ent ho pains n day; if to in nature as the "moonless inontti," N No. I. No. 5 "Which one?" los-- s one. Unlaid eggs never produce chickens. The explanation tlio west ho from the fact of it liavirm no full moon. Daily. Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun "The Raplists." Grace sweeter than honey may bo is as follows: There are 'AGO degrees cj( This can only occur eiyht times in a " Why sy?" Ji P " Lve Cincinnati ... 8 10 a m 800 pin AND A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION t a As bought without money. longitude it the circle of tho earth. I.vc Covington.... 8 iB am Sol pm 3 oa p a"Liekof iacilitioa. Arizona is such a q am 9 16 p m o 35 p rr .. TO THE Lve Falmouth.-.The world kicked the Prodigal; the the world rotates on its axis mice in each All arituinents against tiie Word of Arr Paris 'o m 10 ij p in 11 is dry Territory you know. See?" kip-cp a him. 11 10 p m 11 00 p in .. J! hours, iMth of liGO degrees, which father (Jod ure fallacies; all conceits against tlie Arr Lexington am I.ve Paris.... Zncchein found Christ when he wa S,'''," is 15 degrees, corresponds to a dilleronco Pkoiilkm wit Ladiu--. A lady was ink- Word are deludons; nil derision nsaiiiBt Arr Wincheste- r- " 10 p in n ?5o? of one hour in time. Now, imagine a 'up a tree.' "MM ed her age and alio leplied thus: tlie Word is folly; and all opposition Arr Richmond.. 4 35 p ra Lancaster-.- .. 45 P m Arr A good man and it good watch have ship sailing from Now York to the east.Mv :ie. if inullioiiod bv tlirce, 5 to P m against tlie Word is mudnesx. Mason. Arr Stanford i jj Decker Bro. Grand Upright Piano, $650,00 Two soveitlti of that product would tripward. When it lias reached a point 15 good works. 35 P tn Lve Richmond ... A Gladiator Watch and Case 30.00 led be, Tlie ntimher of iiiembers of tho House Arr Livington.... 3 oj p m Corkscrews have sunk more than degrees east of New York, the etui will Lcmaire 24 lino Field Glass 20.00 Arr Mtddustoo 7 35 P n ::i:::::. of that is of Lords, England, varies from 510 to " hayo a i ved. John Ploughman's 1'iio square root of No. a. No. 6. No. 4. como to iUuueridiau or noon line one A Holman Parallel Eible 13.00 lour, .. .1. o.... ...l.ll.. I... I?. Almanac. ." hour sooner than it does at the place "" :T.""li;."llJ" ' 12.00 Now lull my ftge or never see me more." uj, hx. Sun. Ex. Sun. A Venice Parlor Clock Daily. S1IV VHSHHSH UiV t tl I'llltVO UJI from which the ship sailed. When the A Uigh Grade Safety Bicycle 125.00 liulValo Courier. Lve Middlesboro 6 5$ a m "Sp Tho production of paper in the United a g" I.ve Livingston... 11 15 a m reached a point 30 degters of diip has An Elgin Watch and Boss Case. . . . 25.00 "Did he fathci kick you out?" " 12 41 a m Arr Richmond, States 1ms annuuied great proportions. It T c Ouu of our most exclusive caucus fell A Haydock Kice Coil Spring longitude east of tlio sailing point, it "No, lit missed me, Kst his Imlnnee, Lve Stanford 7 00 a m 200'00 is estimated that in Ih'Jl il amounted to out oi Ins Miird story window tlie other fell on his faco ami I carried him c's 2 Handy Top Buggy in tlie Lve Lancaster.,.. 7 jo a m V; j will be noon two hours sooner on ship1,500,000 tons, valued at $175,000,000. iliiv. but liroku his full bv liuhliriL; on house and was forgiven." Arr Richmond... 10 15 a m A Railway Watch in 14 Karat Case . 75.00 board than it will 30 degrees to tlio west- TliiMvxceulri by $5,000,000 41 p m 6 03 a m' Lve Richmond.... the value of tlll) lltM(, ot- a Ullll wlu) WrtS ,,tting in A Life Scholarship in Watters' 7r, aa Arr Winchester- - I ;5 p m 6 55 am' ward, and so on until when the ship lies AN INTRODUCTION Commercial College f V 1 ir p ra 7 43 a in Arr Pans the pig iron production of tlio census co.,j ISO degrees from tho readied n point 200.00 Tothe Ihtough car servue of the Wisconsin Cen- Lve Lexiugton ... a 00 p m 7 oi a m 3 45 p m A Six Octave Champion Organ year. (Jf the paper produced about 10 "I am not usually desirous of cultivat tral Lines anil Northern Pacific Railroad lsuunec Lve Paris .. 2 37 p in 7 53 a m. 4 13 p m place of sailing, it will bo 1 o'clock, day 30.00 per cunt, is hook or nuns; tuanila, lo.pr ing tlie acipi untaiicu of tlio lower class, est.trv 'is advantages and conveniences have Lve Falmouth. .. 4 01 , m 9 33 a ml 530pm A Double Barrel Shot Gnn I. ..... r.ill.' ..tnl lt.Kpil It t . fli.. nnl, rnntn l. h Arr Coington . $ 35 p m'm 54 a ml 0 37 p m A Silverene Case 7 jewel Watch. . . 10.00 Tuesday morning, witli tho people on ; strawhoanl, H per cent.; fine pacent both I'ullnun Vestibuled 3 43 t m 11 00 a m fi 43 p m lip; the ship, when it is only I o'clock in the pers nnd wrapping paper, eacli 0 per 111' rt.lld .id 1)0 g )t ,, "Mlt I Hill pleaded Piclfic Coast over which Tourist Cars ait npera- - ArrCincinnati Aliigh Ann Improved Sewing Machine.55.00 and Pullman On theMaysville ilranch, No 10. leaves Paris 41 10 llllVB lllel Villi. le.W JsiIlltUS. i ChicaL-St Paul without change. ted from afternoon of Monday with friends left at cent.; the 35.00 No. 613, p m, arriving at A 15 jewel Watch, Loss Case Through Ham leaves Chlrjjro every day at 104$ 735, am and 10 10, la,m,at and rst of a miscellaneous diamei a Al.4)ville at 830, p m. No, home; in other words the jin.vngerH on ter. Tli.se ilgures relate to quantity, 150.00 p. in. l'ho traveler via this route passes through leaves Maysville at A Five Octavo Parlor Organ at 3 20 a m, arriving "Doctor, I Cant sleep at the moit picturesque, interesting and prospeious 740, am. N0.1t leaves Maysville atat Pansand A Gladiator Watch, Dueler Case. . . 30.00 l'atieilt f tho and not to value. The uses of tlio ship have sailed just 30 belt of country in the Western World. There is a anises at Paris at 4 10, p m. These trains art paper are night. , tumble and WHS till morning. ..:.... tCKUety wll, m0st tntm contests that ranje daily except Sunday. A John C. Dueler Watch & Case. . . 4.00 distance around tlio world (180 degrees) various, hut the printing press devours forest level from the rolling prairie aud No, 1, dally to all points except Rowland DivisIJOLtor -- "Il'ni IIIIUS uau. i.Cl mi. Beo,olhewidct passes of 'he the pine mountaiusin and havu gained just half a day. This wildest And 82 other valuable premiums will ion, which is daily except Sunday, s of all that is made in the Unitrhys- - the world 0t1r tongue. (After diagnosis.) No. a runs daily from Lexington to Cincinnati. be presented to yearly subfceribera of product doubled accounts for tho day Thf. i n series nTthe nnhu.ftt Clflec. ln. n nnri ' ed States. Oil villages ol every variety Jiid slre.from the hamlet Except Sundays: ically you lite, all right. I'orlllipS gained by mariners sailing around tho the Weekly Enquirer iu April, 1892. No, runs daily. or tho tiny urra, upward ; tue nenest mines in tne No. 4 runs daily from all stations except the A hig crop of old maids seems imini worry over that hill you'vo owed mo for world: the greenest and mr.st lasting pasturage; Enclose ono dollar for a year's subworld to the east. Subtract an hour Rowland Division, which is daily except Sunday the wildest scenery on the Continent; canons as scription to the Weekly Enquirer, and No. 6 daily except Sunday. for every 15 degrees of nent, jtidginu from statistics. If tliu sta- - the pjst two years." from tho calendar weird as a nightmare; hills, snows and peaks No 5 daily between Cincinnati and Lexington startling in the magnificence ol their beauty and a longitudu cropsed in traveling around tistits of Gnat Britain aro correct, tho'i I dou't think there will bo perfection ol cointort In traveling that has never Except16Sundays. Lexington Accommodation daiPrisoner .... i t ............ ...,.i ..:.i UIUI .... l No. Paris and lllfil illlll tho world to the west, and you will read- I'ACim Ul MWIlll-l- mill UIIIO been surpassed. ly. Leaves Lexington 10:00 a. m. Arrives Paris what will be tho number of subscribers any need of your addressing the jury. fast train via the Wisconsin Central f.nes for 10:43 a. in. ily understand how a day is "lost" by hoys in that country is about 000,000, an St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland and Duluth leaves lawyer Why not? CincinNo. in tho fivo largest lists received from Chicago at j loo p. m daily with Pullman Vesti- nati 7 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves crossing the total 300 degress with your increase in ton years of about 200,000. In 5:1$, p m. Prisoner My iusanity will bo instant- buled Sleepers and the Central's famous dining except Sunday, Arrives Falmouth 7 03 p m dally Nov. 1, '91, to March 31, '92. Germany the number of fern lies in exfaco constantly turned to that direction. No. 8 Leaves Falmouth 600a m. Arrives Cinwhen they see I havo cars attached. For same term last winter it was a s t cess of males is about 1,000,000 In Swe- ly plain to them cinnati 7 XS a m dally except Sunday. my case. Miles' Nerve and Livers Pill There is a proposition to construct an den nnd Norway tho "weaker sex" is in retained you to conduct No. and 3 make connections at Winchester for 2999, and the winter before was 1405. Acton a now principle -- regulatiue the liver, points on the N. N. A M. V Rv, . I). Puck. Tho premiums are to be presented atmospheric railway 3 miles long up tho majority by nh'mt'JoO.OOO; stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new in No. carries through cars from Cincinnati to Middlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all in to those whose guesses are correct or, discovery, Dr Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousthe Jungfrau. According to tho plans Railroads, banks and business houses ness bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation, tcrmediate stations and runs daily. hy 000,000; nnd in nearest correct. For full list see Unequaltd for C. P. ATMORE, S. R. KNOTT, there will bo two parallel tunnels nearly hy 00,000, In tlio United States, generally aro closing their doors upon mildest, surest men, women, children. Smallest, Fifty doses 35 cents. Samples Gen. Pass. Agt, Tralhc Manager. Weekly Enquirer, now the largest 12 10 feet in diameter, finished cyliiidric.il Canada nnd Australia tiie males are in the driuking man, and tho time is rapidGeneral office, Louisville, Ky. at A.R Penny's. page dollar a year paper iu tho United S. F. B. MORSE, Gen'l Pass'g'r Aft., and provided with rail, for the cms; tlio majority. In this country there ly approaching when all who would bo ffice Chamber ol Commn rce lluildin,Cincinnat States. the cars will be cylindrical and will ho aro about f.OOO.OOO moro men than considered respectable must give up the ENQUIRER COMPANY, forced up the incline by compressed air H0ME0FATB1C cup Jessamine Journal. SALTS. against their ends. American operating When Baby waa sick, w gara her Castorla. CINCINNATI. O. Luck an Engine. Bacon "That ci- - When she Thero is u turtle farm at Lisbon, 111., Machinist. Cures cuts, bruises, old sores, skin diseases, wu Child, ifae cried for Castorla. t corns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches, halter whero theso inland "terrapin" are raised. garette you've got reminds me of an en When she became Ml, rAd clung to Castorla. AGENTS WANTED. Ethan Allen, Jr. burns, dew poison and bruises. Wherever It has Woodward, ot Haratoga, who so'd Tho turtles show somo signs of intelli- gine, the way it puffs and smokes." ben used it has given wonderful satisfaction and Mr S. II. mm (he bd ChlHrara, alw gare them Castor! Good Solicitors make from $2.00 to $8.00 its propensity tor removing soreness is remarkaEthan Allen, Jr., to Mr. W T. Wither several Egbert "What kind of an engine ?" his name Dick ble. Numerous testimonials will be secured and a day during Winter season. mij wm year ago, sayi: "Twenty teven years experi- gence. Ono associates wili annear in this space at a later date. Made Bacon "Why, an engine of destruc ence mlni Quinn' Ointment hai fully demonstrawith feeding time and always responds willing to work, ladies or getlBM, M4 and sold by most reliable remedy ibat I know ted that It is the I apply- - ENQUIRER COMPANY, CinmmtH, . J. B. HIGOINS, Stanford, Ky. ion, of course." Yonkers Statesman. when ho hears it called. of. I recommend it to alt horsemen," o'emi-Weekly Interior Journal! I $500 REWARD. For Sal I Twenty Building Lots 1 WALTON. eiu-inee- r: 1 -- SIX ' PA.&ES ... arogriy-lientleit- "" ,., wi e-'- '," ORTH WEST, 1 ' . ..... CURB mm m ''t J Double Daily Trains I 8li'p-lienl- Ij I ,,,,1 j& m'V 1 m con-so- 1 j cau-ln- g tc-ti- ng . over-exirti- on I f wrYKKralrBlll7 -- K. W ,?, H 1 W W Ul . 1 -f Con-grih- 11 mm B'Mmsi " OTHOAGflDc WJEOT r V lt, . 1 hook-hinde- r; inter-eoirts- NmWM.W3ESTo 11 f-- ft-- - Uerbd . , t R. R. as S0 " .", $ ,! 1 i 11 to-d- ay y 0 i a nt-Ivi- itl b-f- T " ' eo-n- e 0 R.MILES'NERVINE Stu-ril- l 1 ' .... fl 7' 1 fi ij 1 - , K- -,l M P. . , v jj 'W t J -- j i '1 j 1 be-oiu- J Kentucky Central R.R. Inr-j-i- I 111 h $1.00 South-Uouu- ten-tur- GRAND PIANO - 1 2-- w k. WEEKLY ENQUIRER 1 A. 1 cork-jacket- s two-ninth- s A. " " ' -n North-Houn- d. v , 1 . . - i i .... first-cla- ss o I one-hal- 1 , -- two-fifth- 1 aK IT- GUESS . - 1 Austria-- 1 Hungary Don-mar- k I in 1. SIB1 ! ?, yr s - iv -'- i 6emi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Ky , VERMIN ON ANIMALS. THE A BAvaco, In '.Mlditflr-trceeovor'- d ANTIQUITY OF ART. wnsto, . 3tnfokd Fkiikuauy 1') 1S92 tc.o. walton, bus, Manoiror Trotter do? At prtvfiH u lively imprest la boing tnkfU m clio dicussion of tlio fiwtest possible trotters, wiontwts hurMMiicii and others vonttiritijr nil ports of wild opinions on tho subject. Thin reiniiuU me that the same subject was up durun? the suiuuier of 1W:. when many of the leading mathematicians of the country plotted 'curves" anil advanced theone in n vain effort to determine how lift hone- will ultimately trot, and when this maximum will bo reached One oi ' tho most learned of these articles wiw by Professor F. E. Nipher. of this tute which appeared in tho July. 1SJ nuin ber of Tho American Journal ot Science According to Professor Nlpher's con elusions, the speed toV'hich tlie Amen can trotter will constantly approximate but never reach, is one milp in ninetv two seconds, or 1:112 He also concludes that tho time of tho trotting Uorse will be reduced to within one second ol tins fig uru in !10O yrarsafter the year INK) tiini is to say in the year of our Lord ,.,'J.,l) But it must bo remembered that otu great Missouri scientist was too astute to claim absolute certainty for His figures He oven admits that the maximum speed may possibly be as great as IIW seconds In the conrso of ten years, or in 18U:i, Ho says in his article the limit can be definitely fused He also re marked that he was quite sure that ovontually the maximum speed of trotting and of miming horses will ditler only by a few seconds. In an article following tho one quoted from above. Mr Niphor suited that ne had made a new calculation based on mathematical rather than on graphical methods. The maximum time thus ob mstead of ninety tained was eighty-onthree seconds. The probable error of this deduction, according to the pro fessor's opinion, is not over four seconds From the results thus obtained it is not likely that the running norse will lo able to surpass the trotter at me It is a curious end of the year 2200 speculation to sny the least, to even guess that by an artificial gait the trot ting hoive will finally bo able to make better time than one of his species wiu travels as nature intended lie should. -St. Louis Uepublic. Unvi 1'itftt Will e Advice to Young The closest application to the study of tho Inw applicable to any case m hand nnd careful thought of what the law ought to be as applied to the ciu--e ami then tho most careful stmlj'ot tho books to see how it has lecn applied ul like m stances I thought out my cases and thought out the law as applied to them and then verified or corrected my thought by the opinions of the courts. The highest legal authority has declared the common law to be the (lerfeciion of common sense, so that any man who thquglitf'ully applies his common sense ought to know what the common law is Tho only need he has of the cases in tho books is not so lunch to guide himself as to use them to direct the minds of tho ju Iges to adopt his common seu(ras the law of the case resulting rom precedents Therefore want to repent, find out the la,w of tho case yourself first, and A Lawyer' 1 rrofcMor Cook lint Found n Sum Vftsy It. to In bulletin No 71). issued last April, wo tidviscd the use of tho kenxene emulsion to kill lice on cattle, horses and hogs, and ticks on sheep We bar! then only ued It on cattle tor cattle lice: We have smco it oti horses, hogs ami sheep, and are fully persuaded that it ranks Ilrst in effectiveness and chenpues. as a sneciflc In all such cae. The many letters that we have received the past ' summer relating to the use of the omul-- I sion, the more timely date and the ex ceeding importance of tho matter, make us rcjKJiit with emphasis tho advice we then gave. Lice and ticks are very common in nearly it not nil tho flocks and herds of the state They claim no ineigi per cent of tho strength and vitality of our animals .Well fed aujm.ils aro not The cause is not nlways slick and tint infrequeiitlj found in the tormenting Tobacco ducuctioii blood sucking lice crude petroleum and the various commercial dips are less ellieieut, not so wholesome and more costly. Kerosene emulsion not only kills all the lico, but also the nits or eggs, and if tho stable be well sprinkled with the emulsion at the srtnie time that the animals are treated, tho application will need to be rojieated only at rare intervals. Agjitn. brushing tho animals thoroughly with tho soap wash seems to cleanse Uie skin and make the coat more bright nnd glossy Without any question tho kerosene emulsion barrel should find a place iu every stockman's barn The soft soap omnNion is best for this." Tho more liquid nature makes it easy of manipulation in cold weather, and tho largo quantity of soap is very cleansing and wholesome. That made from hard soap, howevor. will work well especially as wo shall wish to warm it at tho tnno of each application lo apply this wo use a common brush m cae ot cattle, horses ami hogs, and in cae of sheep, dip the animals right into the warm diluted emulsion Tho cost of material for an average cow is about three cents, and the time required for treatment less than five minutes For Iambi and sheep, after shearing, the cost of maternal is not to exceed two cents, ami the tune required for the immersion need uot be one minute to each animal. The iwrson dipping the sheep stands in the tank or vmol that Wo have holds the diluted emulsion tried this very thoroughly on cattle hogs and sheq. The scrubbing of the solucattle and hags with the soft tion, by uso of a good brush to quote from our herdsman, "kills the nits makes the coat glossy, and leaves the skin mellow and clean.' No tanner can afford to neglect this excel lent trit-monSo c.ittup. so easy, it loaves uo longer any excuse for vermm infostod barns ami stock. Professor A J. Cook Michigan Agricultural Bulletin No. 7C. u-- ed a bleak world, on a The cUwa'und faced -- moiintntitiOfd hN life: Tanus of inllit) Ik'iih he tinnier, iccklni; food lor child anil wife. And, on the oiiuxdli ua'.l of Ills tin urn lulr. The Image of n rulinlwr urn e he diew Email, lo the life, with faithful lines nnd Tnlr. That all its antler liranchitik-- s iiiriid true. Was lion Mle? .Vol n liuili. Hie dew Of pity tottch'd hfni: the MWevt biothcrhood woll he Of nature's k neral he luvid; in;fi nhnts. utnlerxtnorl. A oir-pilnknew-llumano. the dcstiis that klndlltiKhetirtsliitlnme. rel, and (ouil cufi,Tnlnl luaut), and tlie thirst fur fame Throlib'd fitlntly In tiini hunt-nia- n And. friend, the self Mime (himIou In his breast That stlrr'd. nud wniut:ht lo permanence More- - To lcn a illill Ionj-hk- dl-vl- One form of Kruro most totichiiml) btlrs In hi initio! Oeorwe Hiiushis In Uindon AeadiMiiy, jour lirart todn). and ntlrs expre-s'-d. A STOLEN DIAMOND. In Trouville, near Havre, uIkuu the end of August, three people wore assembled in u pleasant room overloc ainu, a beautiful garden. They seemed to be discussing a subject of importance; they were a young man of alMuit twenty-fiva girl of twenty, and the father of the latter, a man of about fifty. "Why do we need riches?" asked Theodore., tho young man. "Can they by chance initiiitain, our happiness? Anna and would live very happily in a cottage, and tho broad earned by my labor would bo for us lioth sweet as Anna replied with a tender glance, which seemed very eloquent to Theodoio, lHca:;e it openly repeated that which the girl's henrt had secrotly told him many times. The father, who had a kind faco, turned his head aside to hido"ttMuilo; then ho exclaimed: "My children. might tell yon many things which you would only use to re peat in your turn in vain to your children twenty years trotn now: till then you would neither believe them nor understand them: but as I love my daughter more than my life and esteem him who tie .inw to be her husband cno-igto co.ilide her happiness to his to your union till care.. I cannot Theodore returns from tho voyage that ho is obliged to umke under his employer's orders." ThesMlotv spokohliRhtinglyof the profit which he wmid derive from this voyage. whut sole motive was commercial reasons, but Anna's father was inflexible, and the Intern woie obliged to yield to an old man's whim. what i hey Uoodby. Titeodoro," said Anna: "I shall pray heaven, not that you return rich, but constant!" , Theodore it.siiurcil Anna with a loviiif glance that her wish would be grnnteo. and a few days Inter ho embarked. 1 ." e, 1 so-i- ! Theodore answered. "Then do not ofTer nny rosistnnco. nftor searching you wo will leuvo you enough to finish your journey." "That won't do," replied Thcodoro, nnd raising his pistol ho discharged it at tho first Arab, who fell. Other thieves canio to tho nid of their, r coiHiunions. and after a fierce struggle killed tfie guide and took Theodore prisoner, and notwithstanding tho flerco resistance which he niado, they took possession of tho diamond. His great grief at losing it mndo the Arabs think th;H it was nn amulet, and one of their women gavo the stono to her child as a plaything. After a time tho Arab chief, becoming fond of the prisoner, told him thnt when his wounds Vero healed ho would bo free to leave them with all that they had McInlosIijCoalN, taken from him So Theodore recovered with his health his diamond and his liberty. .Not knowing which way to go ho concealed himself iu u cave, whero ho remained two days, when a caravan appeared, which ho joined, ami was thus able to continue his journey. Always worried and suspicious ho took tho poorest accommodations iu tho inns and the cheapest food, so that uo one might stipjiose he iossessed a treasure. Near tho end of his journey ho wrote to Guilt I.,CKKl.ijrs. Anna's fathor, and liegati his letter with this phrase: "I mn rich, immensely rich!" This displeased Anna, who thought that Theodore should havo written of more iiuKirtant things first: but sho silenced her misgivings, concluding that his conduct was only another proof of his love for her. However, tho thought of tho immense fortune of her lover robbed her of her natural light henrtodness: her fathor also was very reserved not to nptwar covetous: and Theodore, considering that he would bo conferring a favor uy marrying Anna, gave himself the airs of a protector, 'WALTON 1JHOS., As they thus mutually wero deceived, their first interview was cold and unsnt-- 1 isfactory to both. A few days lator Anna said to Theo- doro: "1 do not know why, but your fortune Large tnjt plenty of scenery, scats 500. frightens me: it destroys ull our plans." solicited "What dt08 that matter?" Theodore good attractions answered. "Thanks to my riches, tve can now go to l'ans anil live in one of the finest palaces." "Oh. should have preferred our dear little housi. our trotis and our dreamed of happmees to all the palaces, and riches in the world!" n w V7 1 "We havo only onongh for the jour-noy- ," ROBBER G08DS, Klen's and Boys' Ratter Coats, Rubber Boots, Rubber Shoes, Slicker Coats and Slicker Pants. MC'ROBERTS & HTGGOCBTS. ' Walton's Opera House, Proprietors, I j STAFFORD, - - - Kl"2".. with ) Hngagcments I - t. t During the long .voyage 1 thonght of lie places which ho was to visit, which were ontlroly new to l.ici. The splendors of the orient evoked by his iuiHgmatiou ottered marvelous pictures; and little by little he formed an idea of tho extraordinary luxury of the east. LSut when they arrived in Constantinople his disenclmutment was intense. In disgn:;t at the difference- between tho reality and the deeriptions, ho rr61ved to think only of his beloved: nud as the merchant whom lie accompanied was to share the profits With him! he calculated about what he should receive and exclaimed: "Anna's father will bo satisfied. I am' uw certain that nothing will interfere with our happinessl" One evening, seated iu his modest room with his cllows on the table and his head in his hands, he amused himself by amiuging the of his futhe grave question ture home, of servants, formal an iutcnninable list of furniture which ho considered necessary to adorn his Jiouso, and not content with all this even thought of how his beloved would look at tho welding. when suddenly two knocks at tho door He interrupted his agreeable task. opened the floor, and was not a little surprikcd at tho entrance of a man who, after glancing around tho room, turned and locked the door. Before Theodore could sjieak tho unknown said: "Sir. we have only ten minutes to make a bargain, on which dopends your fortune- and my life." "1 do uot understand you." "Listen," replied his myaterious interlocutor. "1 am a slave employed in the liave stolen a diutnoiid n'nd, mines. feigning illness, Imvo succeeded in being sent here. No priuco iu tho world a stono so precious as this: but poo.-io-s my diamond is a treasure u&eless to me, I am iu need of inoney, nud without resources I cannot escape to sell cannot, hope it. So you understand for any benefit from it: and if ton will givo me enough to esuajxi tho stono is yours." "But" htammerod Theodore. "Look at it ami accept my proi,osition: it will make you rich and nn! happy, because it will assist mo to return to the bosom of my family." And the slave showed an enormous diamond to Theodore, who contemplated it with intense astonishment. ' "C-'- tnly," ho said, "it is a magnificent atone. I have seen many of its class, I.'., none so perfect nor so large. Any ruler would be proud to adorn his crown with it." "Do not lose timof by depriving yourself of a fow pounds you will be a millionaire and I will be happy. '" "And if they pursue me?" observed Theodore. "Pursue you I Who would suspect you? And then you can escape." Theodoio was iu doubt, but as the slave was going he took the diamond and gave for it what monoy ho bad,. then taking part of his tortion from his employer, ho also fled. -- Theodore pumps that cost a dollar are the ones recommended for mixing the emulsion Stirring is not suflicieut. The liquid must bo forced back and forth through tho pump to itii.v it Professor Cook make his kerosene and soap emulsions, the one from soft soap, the other from hard No. is the 6oft soap preparation: 1 KcroMino KiniiNluti. The oiuulitoiis Professor A. J Cook uses for destroying vermm both on plants mid animals are made as below. The plant spraying Son HMtl r ' to whajt the law-iI by no means advise a young mnn to make himself simply what is known as a "case lawyer.' because lawyers ot thift class endeavor to remember anil find u case like their own which hits been decided, and they rest therein their minds, without other diligence or study to see how far Unit decision sustained the case. Memoirs of Ueneral B. b" Butler s .... ...... M...... At .l.r. ......... .. ...... uiuiHii latju in biiv tiiva iiui utlll ing to it decide it. perfect your sense as il.n.. !ifj tiit'ii v ' Dissolve ono of soft soup In two quarts ofVmllln wutur. Itemure from lire ami, while Gtill boiling hut. utlil ono pint of kertcene oil nud liim:ytlin:el) agitate ultli the piuup.ii or llirve minutes the ubovu. In emulsion "III be purfeet. Tlih should bt diluted by milling an cqr.etl amount of water wlicu It is reuilj for uso, Tlilt iihvujs cniuNI-lle- s iart Theodore went to Paris to see the royal jcwcW. but the latter was absent nud would not return for eight or ten days. Soiie employed the? time iu looking for a splendid house and furniture and ornaments to correspond. He also ordered a carriage and a pair of magnificent lursw. He soon found that he had a multitude of relations who till now hud uot troubled themselves nlxmt him When he entered the drawing room his name caused a sensation and peoplo talked of the immense fortune ho had made in tho east. He was well received everywhere. Mothers tried to attract him for their daughters, and the daughters decided that he was very eligible. Poo'r Anna was running grave risks of being forgotten. Uowovor, shortly afterward the two lovers, now husband and wife, wero living in the same little house of which Anna had so often dreamed. W SITES HAS LED ALL Him VERMIFUGE 20 Vd&M REMEDIES FOR C0. YEARS PVRV BOTTLE GUARANTEED RICHAR5S9M-TAY10RMED.- SOU) EVERYWHERE. PWASE&BV ST.L8UIIM0. o 0000000090 0lFi!f8TWill3Q TrioiirvronMiMul i rlTA-f- A SticccKsful With a MjIo J j Specialist, Ui n OfK-Iio- MlMii.tuiifllturul.r:il,i. Ir of mot ton. A Kciitln i. ,TicTit (9 t U fiuljr rtfiilrfl. 1 lit,. nuy' I.lw r I'lllxni-in ku to llio ieriiuiirut ruru til COSTIVCNESS liit-lr ,,i tmnrniir Hit Imm- - o 4 f punnl wlf ll nro Q Tliryuntil 111II1I t on tlin 1I.t. roiun A j. tlicviic trill tonlo ypniprrtlr Impart ixwrr In tho lxir.Q to imlirullliy fllrp-tlo- and HEADACHE. In tint and to osiH-ne- s readily with bard or soft water; nlpny iK'rrnaiienl, for years even, nnd ! vury easily diluted, even In the coldest weather and without nny luiititii;. In thin hiit rcHpeet II bud no eijual, so fur as wo huru ttxpurttnetitrd. The objection lo It are: We cannot nlwujs procure the soft soap, though man) farm or make ll and it liiceoL-rallto be found in our markets. It ex nsloiully injure the foltnue prob.ibly to tho caustic propertied of th. uw-In- soap. who mkes charge of every detail of a funeral embalming the body draping the funeral apartments, furnishing the shroud and caskot chairs and carriages, arranging tho flowers and pnr chasing the mourning outfit for tho entire family. In the latter capacity she has grat advantage over the man undertaker, who luu vague and unsatisfactory ideas on niching and borders doesn't know the tine distinctions in mourning etiquette between tho suttautf garb for maids and matronii, and is no use whatovei in deciding which style in mourning lionnuta is most becoming Mauy people prefer to have this little woman attend women and children especially, nnd she is doing u thriving business, which she intends to supple ment in tho spnng by a mourning milli nery establishment, from which to supply promptly the requisite costume at short notice St Paul has a woman engaged successfully in this solemn business Chicago has also oue who has retired very wealthy, and Rochester boasts a woman who acts as assistant under taker. New York Sua The Mining Industries. The mineral industry of tho United States grows apace. In liJKO the value of its chief items at the place of prod no tioa exceeded $G.'U.00l).0OO, und though the cash value or those products in 18U1 was probably less than in 1800. owing to the lower market prices of most of them yet the quantities produced were with very few exceptions, much greater than ia any previous year. The output of gold is increasing but ia the absence of full returns weV place it ia 1801 at approximately 1.020.000 ounces, or pS3.2ZO.000 an increase ot 312,000 ounces. The atput of silver hua increased uaok-worrapidly, and we estimate, in 'the abeeace of full returnsjthat it amounted in 1801 to 58,000.000. ounces, the coiaiag value of which would be $74,80,900. Engineering and Mining e taker Fomnln Undertaker. Buffalo is blessed with a 'lady underA is the hard soap emulsion: tli (xmtitl of hard noap Ivory, Ilabbitt. .Iitxun or whale oil. etc., in two quarts of water: add. as before, ono pint of kerosene oil and pump tho mixture back Into itself while hot. This always emiiNIIles at once, and la permanent with hard an welt a Eoft water. This Is diluted with twice Its hulk of water txiforo use. The objection to a I a rice amount of water sinks before the fact that tlii-secures a biire and permanent emulsion, even though diluted with hard water. This also becomes with certain soapt lump) or strinc) when cold, &o that it cannot bo readily diltitixl with cold water uulos Ilrst huattil. Vet thin Is true with all ban &oap nuiulsloiM In case of certain Mi.tpt. We can. however. alwa)a, If mi do so at once before ouremal-felo- n is (old, and we can alw do the same either by hc,uuiojr einulslon or diluent, uo matter No. 'J Dissolve one-foi- l! " 1 be-aii''- 0 how lotiK wo wall. 1 IV - s . Journal. Live .Stock I'olnts. The business of exporting dressed boef from tho nurthwest is on. the inere.wi constantly It probably will increase till most of the meat is shipped in that way. It is it much more humane way and in tune will come to bo a more profit able waj.tis cattlemen see their way clear to adopting it. Tho hog does not thrive best on a single gruin ration of any kind Elo wants a mixed diet It is ternblo to think of the thousands, of cattlo that starved to death in the northwest just because 'ranchmen were not anticipating such a season of snow" and had put off driving their cattle down to valloys and lowlands. So suddenly they found themselves with tho grass ol tho ranges from two to six feet under tho snow Tli'p is ono thing ranejimeu and ull other jioople ought constantly to bear in mind It Is never safe to bo dangerous Keep a brood sow alouo two or three weeks before farrowing, us the other hog'H may crush and .mjure her in her helpless stare. Keep her and tho pigs also by themselves after tho littorcomes. and see that ney are warm and dry. Mud upon a horse's hoofs and logs causes scratches, and limestone or sandy mud is tho v. rst. Therefore clean your legs .uul feot. Wash tho mn ' off every tune. Standing in foul, wet stables also causes scratches. Therefore clean the stable nnd sUwls und keep thoin dry. hoi-bos- tloin. t.ooil nppHlln anil v When tho court jowolor examined 311 Theodi.ro's diamond, ho said: i'rltc.S.'Sc Oilier, l'lucn.N. V, "Tmly. it is admirable! Uowovor. do not wish to iossets it, for I do not doal in falso stones. This is a sploudid V imitation, and it will uot bo difficult for you to soil it. Any jewollor will givo you ton francs for it." 31 With thoso ton francs Theodore was able to regain Havre on foot. There ho ( runt t utr Ohiu fortunately found a position with a Philadelphia snlury of 2,'MO franc a year, and shortly Baltimoro, Now ll York, ili ufterwanl he and Anna wero married. lrn ' Translated from tho Spanish of Maria OM I'oiiii ami the seiwhoir ami IN KKPICT NOV 13, .S9i del Pilar Shines by Ll. J. Paguudus for Konmnce. lint il.imlt'u Acttm Arco Kn Uailv liaily KAsT HOt Mil.Mail lJrti'' Pally K. . Kx.nu Proud of Their Stale. p 11 40 a SJop l.cuniftfHi. "Havo you over noticed how peoplo I.ve Wmtl ttir I ,5 'P 'i from tho different parts of tho country Mt Sterling .. S Jt register?" asked a hotel man yesterday. Aihlanil . In "Kentucky and Texas peoplo. for in- Arr Calleltaliars.'it to 11.10 i j?si: 1" stance, havo u iKfilharity all tholr own. ' " lluniinicton .,! e titin a n' 9 JD aruiirtoii I' 'IMP. Thoy register simply froih Kentucky or " I'hlladclpiTu 'i 6 13 ) 8 1J p,.. Atr New YarV. ..! - t M Toxas, us if. it made no difrerenco what part of tho state they aro from, Just so W EST 1IO UN I) IJll they go down on tho register ns or Texans. It looks a little i.ve lluiitilictoti.' 6 m n 3$ p 6 43 P. ft IS peculiar, though, to see 'A. I). Jones, f P 7 4 v." Al.l4Illl. Ky;,' or 'X. V. Sniitii, Texas,' hut such i!i. Jat) p,o s .Mt aterUiig i a; al s ag p, inscriptions at o seen every day. " Wiiiihctr S5 P J $ P M Messrs. Smith and Jones, of Toxas Atr I.ejmitiOH . ., 11 13 t lo 1 11 I ) " oul Mllr. ..I it $ P t 9 I', 7 5 nnd Kentucky, inscribe their county. l,,,0 There is something aristocratic alwut I.imittriibuiiPl'riuraa run dally Vin" rnnnec this: it convoys a sort of idea that Mr. A Oliio "K F. to Nfw with Jones, of Kentucky, is a legislator, or at lion York Fait Mail Train run lUlly and make local tipt least so well known in his county that a and Huntington. letter address to him in his county would between Ilnntinic'"" and Morehcaii AccmninoiUtlsni be sent directly to his ancestral homo, run daily and Moretieml and l.elnKon and that Mrk- Smith, of Texas, owns nn .Mt. Stcr.nu anil mmmlatiuiu runLcnlnutoa daily except Ace entire county, perhaps, nnd a lotter sent Sunday 1 to thnt county could not iossibly go to ' and IhoiikIi Slrcpmg Cars I' and from YVaihincton Now Yirk uiihuut chango any ono else. Kansas City Times. For full information in nuard to ratei, routri. tic , apply I" an) Agent of ttna or comiectitiK lines Diamond from Volrniioe. C I.. IIKOWN, It is frequently observed that some of 'll K. III UN I 1NC.TON V G I A , and ( M , I eainston, Ky the most destructive and fearful agenW S HAKRISON G V. HARNM, cies of naturo are at tho same timo lavish G M J.exihfion.Ky T I A., Aihland.Kj in their gifts for the benefit of man. A Sclcntlfio American volcano seems the very personification Agenoy for of the power of devastation, and yet to investigations it seems probable that we may owo our jxs.session of the gem that has in every ago dazzled the imagination more than any other, the diamond, to the productive energy-ovolcanoes. youth's Companion. uaviaiai 1 uimturil lloir tiriiltnnnil rmnvo rl OOOOOOOOOO .Newport AVws I - ississippi Vsilloy Co. 1 Washington, i I A . . V" W -I 1 DR D. D.REA T,e V Surgeon Specialist Kon-tuckia- 1 ' I Who hat created null a auiatnii In ami aioutid IjMiitvillw. Ky , ly curing dlwa.ei that almoM ImHIciI llie nicdnal Irairrmtr ol the coiiiury l)r Ka haviluriie uf the Kir. n al and Surgical Ufiwrtment nf tl.e Medical arwl mtUal In ttilutc, l.oiaUvillc, Ky Somo-titne- He will visit Stanford, At Myers House, Tuesday, Mar. 1, 11, 11 11 I Chra-ita- - KetuminB everj month during the )ear to re in.iin one day. Or. Kra hat been Cunucited with the laifrit hnipitalu in the country, and ha no superior and defmmltict dMgne.iri; awl treating dUa lie will give $jo f..r any cae that he can not tell the disease and whrv located In .fue minutes Ho will return to Stnnlord ev eiy month this year to remain one day Treats all curable Medical and Surgical Diseases, Acute and Chronic Catarrh, Diseases n the Kye, Kar, Nose, I liro.it nnd I.ungs, D)ipepia, llnght'a Disease, Dlalvte, Kidiieyi, I. utr, llladdder, Chronic, Female and Sexual Distatet. Kpilcpsy or fits cured A poiiti.e Guarantee. 111 YOUNG & MIDDLE AGED MEN Stiiiering from Spermatorrhea and Itnpotency ai tho result of self abuse In youth or excess In years and other cases, producing some ol the following effects as emissions, blotches, dem- lity. iiervousnets, dullness, contulsion of Ideas, , aversion to society, defective memory, and sex. ual exhaustion, which unfit the victim for business or marriage, are permanently cured by remedies not injurious. ma-tur- er 1 523332 MsiHr Blood mid Skin Diseases. fall Syphilis and complication, Theodore provided himself with a good guide and traveled .by tho most rugged paths, tho more easily to escupe any pursuit. However, one day they zaet a band of thieving Arabs. 'Have you money wita you?" tkey asked. The Hoy Kseaped. Binkle I had a great notiou to lick my boy for getting to tho bottom of Ida geography class today. Pinkie Why didn't you? BinJJe Well, ho put soino of the questions to me that the teacher put to him, and as 1 couldn't answer ono of 'em I let him go and licked tho teacher. Good News. THAOE MARK8, ESION PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, etc. For information and fre HaiulliOoV wrlto to MUNN CO., a,l IIHOAUWAY. NltW YOltK. Oldest liuronu for nocurlnR pntenta In America. Krory natent taken out by a la liroimht boforo tho public by a notice glycti free of cbargo Iu tho as sore throat, nig of the hair, pain in the bones, eruptions, etc. art) perfectly eradicated without using mercury oilier injurious drugs, (jonorrlnrs, Gleet, Stricture and all Uriuary and Kidney '1 roubles are speedily cured by treat ment that never failed. He undertakes no incurable cases, but cures thousands given up to die. Remember the date and come early, as his rooms are always crowded wherever he stops, $ mnWfxt rntmrn CONSULTATION FREE. Corrcspondynce'sollciled and confidential. Address 'T MKDICAI. AND SUIIGICAL. INSTITUTE, 313 4th St. .Louisville, Ky. Lnrirest elrcnlatlnn of any iclentlfla paper In tho No tntfllllnnnt world. Pplcndldlr Illustrated. man should ho without It. Weekly H3.UH a rears f UO nix months. Address MUNN & CO, yciiU8UEB8.3ClIlroadway.Nerf York. ('- - T.st. v4 ' t ' ' . iA V, Mttre:rs na CJI J V Jf V nuMt. 'YK PI '. ti' Vk '&i 1 '- - k Semi-Weekly Interior Journal I l0?r 1'), 1892 NorlbL'rn w,,,f0 0ala al J D- - rr ns. Btaktoiu., Ivy., Pkiiruary Fon Hknt. Nieo suite of rooms in Wil-liuitho Karris & Iliuiiauy building. I. K.o,vvALTON,Bu8.ManaKor MEANS BUSINESS. Laviirctii's and Frry'rt Garden Scedp, Peas and lleans at A. A. Warreu'H Model Grocery. FoiiSxi.k. k "ftcoida of n nod at $150 tlono nt A. It. Penny's. in woods; !(00 yards from piku on county Youn nccuiint in now ready. 1'lonse rond. A. M. Feland. mil anil settle. A. It. Penny. Hu your books nnd school supplies of "Tiik hamNomest lino of white goods nil kinds from A K. Penny. HATuyour wiitcli, clock nnd jcweiry and Hambui'gs I everstnv," is what the repaired at A. H. Penny's. All work ladien say of our stock. Severance Ai Murmnted. Hkmkmiikii Iaciiuvino beautifully nnd nrtlstirnlly two dnya before the nppoiuled bout, Mr. Jones called uuon Miss Salljo Wigginton, daughter of 'Squiro Millon Wigginton, a . former sweetheart, to say days were brought vividly to mind fondly cherished hopes, no w almost beyond recall, weio prev'uted as possible of realization. Mr. Jones told Miss Wigginton that ho loved her only ami that it was "now or never" with him. She acknowledged that she loved him still and within an hour they were on the road to Frankfort, wleire they were soon married. good-byeBy-gon- If you want to see an Elegant Line of Spring r Goods, $o to ail o THE LOUISVILLE STORE? We are receiving daily New Goods and we can Hive oar patrons CHURCH AFFAIRS. rings, Ac, bought at A. It. IVnny'B will bo engravi'il free of rlmrtre. PERSONAL POINTS. tlintnll nilverware, wntchefl, Mit. J. I. Cuow in very ill with n limit trouble. .Mm. Max Ma mm Jh confined to ber loom by sicknefs. Kkv. V. IC. Aiinoi.u bit been confined to bis bed nil week Miih. LiriK .McAi.jstkii and Georgo nre vNitiug relative) in Danville. Cait. and .Mich. V. J. Wash, of Paris, wuiti the guests of friends hero this week. .Miit). J. K. Ka inns went to Danville to ntti'txl the uiurriiiKu of her relative, Miss Alliu Dunn. t .Misfl Km.. Watson, I.nncaiter'8 postumster, is enjoying a few duyu' rest in Louisville. Mas. Hkkiinh and Mia. II. L. WiiIIhch of Kirksville, passed through to Huston vllle to visit Mra. Adeba Wooils. .Mil. John , Kiiihy, of Lancaster, was over to see one of our prettiest girls WedueMlay, but for good m on sake don't My we told vou. Mu&hks. II. Vkhkn and A. G, Hutrinan represented Diutlem l,olg K, pf P. at the lexlugtou i"leljrntion, which w.n a graiul airair. .Mhh. Ai.ick Nkw. m, our exeellt nt nnd hnnilsotne CntiiOrclinnl correspond cut, nnd .Mra. Dr. Cooper are guests of eili-cieu- y Mra. U'. H. Dillion. Mies .Ma "tox lx)WKi.i., oil tlicdistiiiguish reader, arrived yesterday mid g.ivo an eutertnininent at Walton' Opera House Inst night. A D. Km, general iiuttnt for the Mu tuil Life, of Newark, N. I., was hem Wednrndny and imhmiiiVi Mr. A. A. Mo-Kltiu- ey km local KgiMit A that Col. inrTc it Iimiii Wthiiiglon Mys . O. Bradley is to be employ- ed in several government law eases that will pay bin) hntnUoniely fc CITY AND VICINITY. Oiiiiiaiu) vrAh, J. 1$. Foster's. wear. A iiuvtr ami timothy at nui-li- Nk.wtoek ol ladles' ii under- Seemnre iV; Son. rtiw necounts of 1SD1 am uivstiltli-Call and settle by eash or iinte. A. U IViuiy. very llnu for Tiik weaiher him several.days, but "Old PmbV svs it will be eiy iiiuob ."older and siiimv tods v Tiik ran jigilnst Auilervni Carr to was iv-e.i- nd continued till I his llceiiie owini: to tin absence of o'clock to din, his attorney. Ill '- !- Mm " Tiik roller skating eraa luis Pins again and the young people angling wild oer it. StautonI may eatel'i it in a mild form Inter on. A Coal ji'opertks owned by the Meriwr (inuii fain on Co, n' llarrod-dmrtlie 1st prox See ' Am xtion is t tilled to tin sale of large id. in this piper. "KkHY ibssle whIi it laddie to the Cof- fey House goes, February Jtlli, I.MI.', UH I', m " is the way the invitations lend Wt to the Leap Year party to bo given by W the young ladies of Stanford. A meiry l( time and successful nfliur is assured. L. has come and gone and our books show that tin re are still some ae counts unpaid. Our friends will pleas., War in mind that we haw been exceed- iigly indulgent nnd will consider it a favor if they will come forward! md hettle. Sine ami .Menette. Jantaii i Skkvkk Him Kkiiit. J. F. Cunningham, of M( rcer, paid a sharper in Cincinnati f'KK) for $a,W0 of counterfeit money, but when he got out of the city and opened the package he found that it contained nothing but pieces of gie n paper. In addition to losing his $.r00, a penal term would do Mr. Cunningham good. Tub line lesidence of Mr. A. IC. Hundley, in Boyle, recently built at a cost of i.'),tKX), and a model of beauty and convenience, caught tiro yesterday Much of and was entirely consumed. tlie furniture was saved, but in a damThin 1h the second aged condition. Miouso that Mr. Hundley has lott by tiro during bin fbort married life. Tiik public school closed with appro priate exercises Wednesday, which were, alike creditable to teachers and pupils Mies Cettie Thurmond and Mrs. K. It. DaviH have done good work and nccoin- plisbed that dilllcult task of pleasing their patrons. Mrs. Davis left in the uf- ternoon for her home at Dillion, carry- ing with her the best wishes of every- body who has been associated with ber She iB a very superior teacher. Mm Jettie Thurmond, w hose ability in that lino is recoguized, will begin a subsciip- -; school at the public school building , , next MoHday. I lev. II. 0. MotiiKon'B niepting nt Winchester eloM'd with IS confefisions. Ore new kid gloves have an i veil. Ste Hew W. Y. lieppard was up from our live book umlieM-ekid gloves, Danville, Tuesday, mskingnrrangementH . blnck and colors, at Severance A (or the visit of Hishop '1 .mums u. Dud- - Th We a.iiy obh Son. ley on tho let prox. II 7"w to '! to VO" .1. 'I. SfTTo.v Iish bought of, H. U. Cam iiice hoi-ssent him by UM7w,m'Ar nit, of Hustoivllle, his Mock of under- nold, of llichmoiiil, to use its long ns ho takers' goods and will place them in desires, a favor which Mr. Hhcppnrd and with his own stock at that nlace. his friends greatlv appreciate. Tbu new First Haptist church of Gov. Itnow.v lins cfliivd n icwnrd of Newport, Ky., which cost J'Jl'.OOO, was S'JOO for the capture of Herrv Turner, the dedicated Sunday, Rev. T. T. Eaton, of Come notorious Hell county outlaw, which Iuiisville, preaching the dedicatory with tile private reward of $1,000 ought The Newport Journal Haya that to fetch him. the pastor, He v. G. W. IVrryman, is ry dearly beloved by his people and honIn the Hoyle Circuit Court Thomas Cow an was given one year for wounding ored by the citizens of Newport as a o Kdmonll Thompson. The trial of George Christian gentleman, a faithful miuister Word for killing Marshal Wells was set of the Master and an honor to the clergy of the city. Mr. Ferryman, it will be n for Tuesday week. meiubered, married Miss Sal lie, n daughHkn Uamsky and Mollie Brooks were ter of Mr. (J, IL Waters. found lying in the street drunk the othUev. John von (Jruenigen, of the i er night nnd were yiven berths in jail. German Reformed Church, tells us that Next morning Judge Carson fined the his charge is building a neat little bouse A. man $.S and the woman and they de- of worbhip nt Ottenheim, 2'2x'M, which parted to sin again whenever they'ie in- will he nady for dedication in the early M. clined. spiing There are about 0 ndult inem-1)- 0 9 ra anil a church building lins long of the Chritiau church of Tiik ladies Hustonvilh will given supper at the brt'ii needed. This will make three churches at Ottenheim, tin Catholics Wtathorford Hotel immediateAND ly after the entertainment at Christian and Lutherans already having substan.'v Mr. von (lrueniu.ui tial build'ugs. College. The proceeds will go the church. U& Go and thereby get a splendid supper hopes also to build a church in the otlu r S a is settlement of Greeuheim in the . and help a imod cans" Upright nnd Horizontal. near futuie. Stationary, and Portable. All Gkkk.v (ilntiiv. for the killing of Joe power.' sizes up to FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Goodc, waived an examination when Uncqualed in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and bis cao was called Wednesday and Ton Sai.k. HO ewes and Iambs. S. Durability. Judge Vurrion fixed his bond at $1,000. M.Owcni. Write for Free Illustrated Pamplets and jour wants to which he gave yesterday with the follow C. K. Turner, of Bourbon, sold a til e jn&iit'As'J'i-- t lug as security: P. W, Green, K K. and :;.year-ol&. CO., TBIE JA3I3SS jack for $1,000. -i J II. Gentry, M. S. Haughmnn, I. M. Fiiist i Los clover seed for sale. A. SPHINT.KIFI n OHIO ORK Cll S'FW Bruce and Bright Ferrill. Cameniseh, Turnersville. 8t J. J. MeKinuey sold to H. H. Mi. W. L. DiGrall', the jewel-rWiiks' inked why th law agiinst flTT17nT a lot of feeding cattle at 2. is now located at Lexinuton, T xas hogx running at laruc on the streeta wai JAY-EYE-S-EE Home raised clover seed, seed oats, not enforced, Mayor Vandeveer slid the X KW A n VKKTlNEM KN t council had suspended it till garden frenh milk cow for sale by W. II. MurMr. J. I. Case, Hickory Grovo Farm, home ; (!t We should he glad to phy. of Jay - Kje -See) Haclne, 1Wis..uivs: "After try luc S planting time every known remedy. removed litrto Iiuucii Win. Morelnnd lK)ught of various know by what right n law adontcd by a nf two curs stiitnllnir, from a 3 e;ir old Ully, three applications or t be n.id in pittiesii number of feeding cattle nt vote of the people life. thi manner and we propone to ilud out. Dealer in General Merchandise,? A cow belonging to Dan Webb, The people nre getting tin tl of paying Tfiumber and Shingles. "Itlsthobest preparation I have ever usetlorJieard S taxes and getting no protection from near Grnnville, Mo, gave birth to four (ool old for ch only It give me pleamre or. 1 iieartlly recommend It to ull Jloiseuieu." ; tmtatn to the public Id Rener.il that I am doing A suit for dntnngen against the calves. them. nicely under the Cih Sjsten and that the people .B.. steady in Cincinnati witli are rapidly catching en to the fart thai it i the Wehaie hundreds of such testimonial. Cattle ate town will settle the question and one is 'ler They JjSSSDSl better tyitem, both lor the hu)ernd best nt 4J; best hogs bring .r).10 nnd are aUo know that I sell aood for ahont a third le xiv rnee.si.so per bottle. AftkyourdrtiKKfetforlt. If he going to be brought. k does not keep It, sonu us 23c. slain pn or sliver, for trial box. JiWjl AUJUA J He in demand; sheep are active at .": to 5). than m competitors who do credit buincs "W. it. i- I1)IY & CO., Whitehall, X. Y. vSyJvrtuaTRAtr WAnK' that keep constantly on hand a memhjr Tiik question of establishing a Wm. Tarr sold to W. G. Pierce, of aKortment of Dry Ood, (irocefies Cloth alo fT.luiruiMiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iisiisiiitiassisissiiitsiiiisMillilliii ine, lloott, Shy, llat and the like Call school hern is being ogita Smyrna, Md , two car loads of two and nee my stock, Khlch u replenished almost In and dally ted anil so far as expressions have been three year old mules at prices from $1(0 S7.iyr J H HILTON, Knwland, Ky given, thine upon whom the burden to Sl10. Paris Kentuckiau. SAI.K will fall heaviest are lor it The idea is Fon Sai.k MX) shocks of extra good to consolidate the Coib ge, Seminary and fodder, l() tons baled hay, 000 barrels of public school and make a school, which corn ami 10 head shoals. Call VALUABLE PROPERTY will not only reflect credit on the com- on G. C. Lyon, Hustonville. munity but draw people who have chilMr. J. M. Carter, Jr, inaugurat"s The undersigned have been appointed a tcm in dren to town to educate them. In the the stallion Beason by advertising his mitten hy the stockholders to sell pubis office on school district there U at least n millh n line Wedgewood in this issue. He is a front of the Mercer Grain ft Coil Co 's Has a Complete Stock of- dollars of taxable property and with the line stddler, having come from a long 1892, other resources it is estimated that a line of noted performers under the sad- At to o'clock, A M all of ihuV'ojery owned by I ar);e warehouse said compan) In Itondville. tax of 'M cents or 10 at the outside will dle. : wo store K' .capacity 2$ ouo buehels of gnun hi to piy the expenses of a Yazoo, the MadNou rooms ill lSutvin, K) , now rentmi; for $400 per an all ertvntor well equipped school. AfterProf. Hub- county stallion, was o He red lor sale in nun; Urge therewith,in liurgui, withelm m.ichiner connected at r Cc.ooo capacity nl WALL bard's lease expires, if arrangement" the Woodward A Shanklin sale at bushelk of Rrain Also will ell w t'l elevator lot suitable for erectmj a flourlns; mill, t lar;e b made with him sooner, the could not last Tuesday, and sold for$10,02."). snltndid location (or a mill Also residence en Colli ge building, with some additions, E. I. Page, Lexington, Mas., wits the ( ollcce street, liarrodsburg in ninl ripiir and contitiiuns 6 roon s. Ono ot for the school and by purchaser. Climax. could be utilix-act of the Legislature tin Seminary The Georgetown Times" reports THE BEST FLOURING MILLS funds aipiinnting to $J,000 ami a build- about 160 cattle on the market, Monday, in the country i barrels capacitv per day Rol'tr Irotes M1llh.1t .1 spleii.ijd local trade, Watcher-- . Gincfcs ing and he worth as much more could best feeders bringing I to I J; good 1 o v. y' order AUo one large lot and is in lirt- about i" j teres adjoining jhc lot of Dallas CM mi be transit rred to the new arrangement. sold at IHVi to :!; shoit ycnrlinjs and troiitm,; the railroad about jc ftet. Pro nptly and in first cl tss stv lc In addition to this the per capita paid by .i.0."i to 111 ami fat ledfers at Hot few the State would amount to over t"00. mules on sile liioke stock brought $7o 8 Cottages in Harrodsburg, Ky., -l. (1M L;o!d and froo o' hi.-v."KXi.K.WIXG 01 all It will thus he seen that with these to $110; one pir sold at $200 on Pt'iMii streit, renting at J76 jer ear, raih silver taken in exchange AUo the Urue TOUACtU helps a tax of not exceeding 10 cents on Iltll bh nnd Copper bj.op Hiid lot. I Ins is. the rStl stWvtAt $100, would maintain the school on a cen. MT. VERNON. ROGKCASTLE COUNTY. the largest and best arranged tuhano houe in Klevilor lot and coat jaids, hi tial Kentucky liberal plan and we bdiov.i this cribs, arehousc, ic One pivneher in this county has (.ludiiiK propertj is This, koihc to stll without refirse woidd he vote.l Such a school would Terms; cash, lialai.ee ' 11 ard Is married 40 couples since Octobtr. m oi.uuuiu month, 6 per tent. . ni m im iiiiiiimiiiimi Foxes are uu reaMtig in numbers and c. sru.ivAN', would in tho long run pay tin. ta payC S VANAKhUAI.I I ( Com'te many are b ing caught and tripped. I N KUi:. ers a guid interest ou their investment Two small cases before the court this week. One a case of pistol stealing MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. near Langford, and another of tie steal-wThe Climax sn.s that Miss Mary near Sinks. WiUon Hume and Harvey Chenauit -- Once again tlie dangerous prai'tiro weie inairieil in Richmond Wednesday, of jumping ou and oil moving trains lins Mu& .t,;i::;,'",!i'9Bssl ii i ,,... .um.fl. The marriage of Miss Alice Dunn, been bioken up at tins place. The mai bstfaaosr j7 ollend-erT""ii daughter of Mr A. 0 Dunn, of Danville, slial has been on the lookout for flKXr V5' to Mr. W. B. McMurr.iy, of Grand Uip-idThe iiuestion of repealing RockcasMich , as solcmni"! Wednesday at 1:110 r. m at the Broadway Baptist tle's prohibition law will likely be rechurch. Uev. J. W. Lynch otllciated. vived. It is claimed by many that a ii Miss Mary Owsley, of Midway, was the cense s stent would be a vast improvemaid of honor ami Mr A G. Whitley, ment on tlie present condition of things. Chilled Plow made, Kxtr.is catricd in stock Satisfaction The of Danville, the groom's best man. The Tlie following Kentucky boys who 13 R. & . II. WKAREN. guaranteed. othei attendants were Miss Pal tie Moore, used to do tolt graphing on tlie L. oi N' , of Georgetown; Miss Mayme Dunn, of are located on the G. C. it S. F. road in '" ' BBHHBHWAsnTin 1"i ; Danville; and Messrs. U G. Dunn and the Statu of Texas: John J. Cox, sflssW Newcotnb, Galverton; M. O. W. J. It. G. F.vnns, of Danville. Tbt ushers ? were Messrs. W. J Owslev, of Midway, Martin, Goldthwaite; J. Warren Slnvin, 31 B and It. G. Price, of Danville. Soon after Kiuneyville; C. U. Campbell, Thompr"B??i n m the ceremony Mr. and Mrs McMurr.iy son; K. 1$. Slavin, Ce'este, ami M. W. juJL- HsBsstsssBs left for Grand Itiptds over the Queen A Gutlnie, Joshua. s w r til a family have movM. R. Hullock and Crescent road p The Winchester Sun tells this tale ed to Tamp i, Kansas. Mr. C. W. Ad - r-i e of man's inconsistency and perlidi: ams is visiting his son, v . u.. at urays. V. .c Q i f JOTJn "3 The marriage of Mr. John Jones to Miss Mr. R. G. Williams will assist iu the enMer (Il ,he above Ivy Fitzgerald was set fir Thursday. terUtinment to bo given at the Dauvil o 0rde'r8 for 0attlet Sheep and Bog E 5' w 7n M 0 Mrs. Joe Robinson. The consent of the old folks had been opera bouse-b; Slock CaUle anJ Sheep A 8pocuity. SO ' .") JLlS-cX2-: sj doenbed Perjonihaumranjr cr a n o Up gained, the hruhil trousseau hail been 1. G. Ramsey Was .,' from Rowland this, forialenr wUhlnj toof the above .ime, will dostock purchase well week. Hl8 sister, Mrs. JOlm laylor, UlCd to call on or addretk ine An experience of fifteen provided, the services of tho minister 5 "5. o '" m hi been profit tone ud c acd preparations for the expected near il.lo place last (tiir.liiv . .Mr. u. u. e.ir In ,this business prontable ofboih to the buyer re lhnk can mmVe n Tl rf s J 3 1 n . .seller, H.o.aJdiessSunford.Ky. ico event were in progress. But yesterday, Fans, of London, in here on legal busi-aV SXSMSVSSSSS Wv. V VVA v WV V sw v I Son. MO READY A M 1 ACxES an etiaUed rr firm in Stanford. & Vces sell for cash and bail for cash and which in comparison other houses are,, From 10 to 25 Per Cent. Cheaper Straw Matting, Oil Cloth, Curtains, Trun Eggs and Feathers bought sur-moi- l. in and examine our elegant line of Dry Goods, Shoes, Furnishing- Goods, Clothin't) Carpets &c. at the highest marliel prices at URBAjYSKY. THE LOUISVILLE STORE I $-- Main Street, Stanford. JMA'ES, Manager. 'ietor. t, HTMKMiimuimim STEEL BOILERS,' Semi-Portable 2G-horse 1 izm v- PWmp jiimM ff'W -- jsa LEFFEL .Mc-Anii- ieh ns. , n-- J. K. HIL.TOIT, 11 QUINN'S OINTMENT, j SV 1 plen-il- id - FOR nd mMl W.B.klcRDBERTS, sn ' 'I 41 -- 1 KiM"3?PK Druggist and Joweter, i Tuesday, Jlsirch ist, I suHi'-ien- t DRUGS, BOOKS, well-know- n PAINTS, Lx-ingto- u, d Jewelry & Silverware. an 1 PAPER, year-hue- s 1 RenairGd l. tj..N II -)i- e WKMlll Ms e tax-quit- one-thir- d - The Vulcan Chilled Plows, 11 101-- at 1 g h J v :i:.h-V- s.sr;T' 4 s. "r P V J 11 s, ? bet s Mul-lin- V, ,.. trnDGL A8D. ( t 0 F-'J- S a .Mr.'j, nd c en-U- Rd f I f -- s 5s or r r 2.. 5-- r w Uy . 4 Semi-Weekly Interior Jourm; AT HAPPY HAMLET. Publlehed Every Tuosday and Fr day U'J K. YKAR,IN $3.BO u. A.13""" wij.1 . AJTOM "When not o paid charged.". LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 a. m., Train naves Rowland at returning it 5:10 p m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ...la Jo pin 134pm . rf P- - - South. J The latter trains also carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar time is about jo minutes faster Kail tram going ' Cipreis train " Local Freight North South North South iunn .6 ,o "" 3m 59m up m Ik :, ' I ,W fete . S". i ftrf lr PL 1 '" ( S V . !- , 1 ct rm than a dog Ilea? Little, dots of dust that hop so high after said lo tho group of trees, knotty and Now Try This they are well fed and become such 8pio of foliage, "her j in this lonely MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, It will cost you nothing and will surely do you neuralgia, I.IVICRPOOI.. trouble with a louh, )ou monarchs. It must have been an in- place," ami her eyes rested on the sap- K.mmI if chestluielungs Drcold oriiny New DLcov or throat, Kwt'i and sight into the 'very beginning of things ling at her feet. "Dear little mountain cry for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is guarComer Maiu and Depot Streets, rchf ash, come with me," anil making a scoop anteed to gne La or money will bo paid back that makes sister Lou shun fo that word can always bo llrippe found it just the thing BAllBEE&CASTLEiMAN Sulterers from and ''dear," of her hand she raised it and boru it and under aits use had a speedy our perfect recovShe calls John husband. expense and ers Try sample bottle at aw aj. Keepson band lonstaully a liaiidome line ol MANAdURS, ".sweetheart," "honey," ''thing leirn fot yourself Just how xood a thing It is Tritrlmard hats, botairls, Ac al bottles free at A K. I'enuy'a drug store. Large ninminif done to 01 with anything under the sun before Spritm had touched the luwu. The owe 50 cents and Jl. der An experleiued v.orps Commerce Building, Louisville. ilhme,who will satlity thr of DressInMakcriarcl every little ash was wrapped in a fog n fog publn. "husband," and yet she is free na a bird , ,yr Specimen Cases. Agvnts ibrougliiiut the South that sunshine did not scatter. Only the S H Clifford, New Cassrll, Wis was troubled ami loves her liege lord. Ah, but I symCO IO with neuralgia and rheumatism, Ins stomach was pathize with the poor, miserable ppirits breeze nin.de knowu the secret. When disordered, A cure his lis er was ulfectcd to an alarming the wives. They remind the children came with upheld hands degree, appetite fell away and he w as terribly re- W. A. THIBBLE, Local Agent, embodied in most Artistic lesh is suro to follow at the Zoo. the branches raised; when tho lady camo duced in Hitters and Mreitgth. I luce boll Us of me of the caged faw n I cured lntn Klecttic SlANrORD. KY To have your photographs made they lowered and the flecks of white Hdward Shepherd, llatrisburg. III , had runoil fill find Think of that a harmless creature, that he fll alwais treit you right and give ou ning sure on his leg ol eight e.ir ttanding I'scd satittat Hon Remember be makes picture! of all born to breathe the breath of the lawn, trembled and dropped their essence. three buttle of F.leclru Hitter and seven boset use of 11 K. the different sles. eien from the smallest photo, leg I. sound Arnica Salve wall d in and latticed. Hut for fear you One night she came and sat down and iii llucklen's John Speaker, and his Ohio, had glaphs up tu a life size portrait crayon, water Catawba and well medicine. colors ami pastells If you have a picture you old mugwumps, sung. The very words wept. Winn fie large feser sores un his leg, iloctors said he don't understand, you waiiteulargeil.it will pay you lo see him belnre was incurable One bottle Flectnc Ultcrnand contracting w.th any one lo base It made, as he is who drive past your loidly mansions, the farewell ended dewdrops fell. As onel-lluiklen'a Arnica Salve cured lum entirelocated here aivJ mil ala s be hvre to gitu your broad acres and point your com she moved oil she pointed to the moun- ly Sold at R. renny'a drugstore. A J LAItr, SUntord, K iy will euro you. Hustonvillo, Ky. tain top the rim of the moon was just rade to the whereabouts of yourencum Snfo find Rollnblo. A full tine of flui. CnAet K.i alwa)s on for children,' "In brance, I will interrogate your stupidity. showing, but the little tree saw the ays IIbuying a cough medicine druggist hand it Na , A. Walker, a prominent mountain, not the moon. THE SUELT0K HOUSE. A. S. Vhoe face was that at the pane, that I tah. ''never be afraid to buy Chamberlain a "And now to perfect myself -- to be Cough Remedy There is no danger from It asd shrinking face? It has shy, pale, I partli ulatly tec ItOWLA.VD. K relief is alas turc to follow SURGEON DENTIST. husband passed with his. friend worthier for her," thought the tree omrrwnd Chamberlain's because I have found it to TMEVEiVDOME Office on Main street, over V. H. McRoberts he safe ard reliable.'' jt,c ant' 50c bottles lor sale Drug Store, Stanford. and she was not properly appareled per- after she was gone. And it was so. W'ALLAtK S1IKI.K. Pro'r, by Dr M L llourne, Druggi t and Uimh. 'I hit Kdu.e hit txen rehlttd lhriu(hait , has As the chain of mouths would link in btauford, Ky haps but why not" And it isn't good MmiK'r. A LIVERY ATTACHED. form to gaze out at passers by. Really, to a yea i, each time the lovely one came DR. W. B. lll'STONMI LK. K) n girl, she and enriched the soil and gazed upon Q'TD A VFn From my pasture near Dan I'r.iMslewt custom solicited isn't it? And yet, when atiiut tea days i Litv sine o W CAR Nil R. frop v"y Thoroughly refitted and refurnished and fully watched every evening from the self- the tree and loitered away. She had ago, oneiarfte bUik Sow. unmarked Any Infur ,"ink,""t LC"'" A I) prepared 10 attend ti. the wants ol the, public. A mugwump. never spoken save in song, but now she iV,"" '" "" '" South side Main strt, in office recently same pane for the Office Due SAM I'LL ROOM aitaihcsl vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. There is but one prescription for a jeal- was coming coming to speak. TO Tho light of the day was lost a loug, ous husband and that is a volume of """ M. CRAIG, Tolstoi's "Cruter Sonata." Rend it, and lsft.tti Ct.'llllA ltnl.1 tll.i itlAnliktsiis 4i tltii I am aeent for I he Cntr-- Kciittickv Htlse .. 11U KJ till, Ml Jkllli oaillli 11VIII IIIU DR. k;i41llll . tihH-mml tlieurvuMel .. mito . .. renie L.. umiiirr. iinu v .... .. luntrr.... w....v from one man's misery extract a little Wl'st. c?Iie Pa.iiH.lIlil- SlUOU hosiilif till" bnthms.elf mand the Coaipalivcfler the ...J. ...!. Homoopathic Physician, r w .w iwp". on .. casli market price "paid in iiturn.of wwi as all suvb will be wen itcd lit the full. wIssitMs lie Lincoln i.ninty am vers fur the lib, purity, if possible. "There is nothing tree. IloW grOWll tall and beautiful. Slgne.1 esiasstoe" the law KENTUCKY. - STANFORD, b f..r deaifng la e for P"""-- '".lied and o far removed from sensuality than blossom fringe.trembled at the touch of merit asontiuiuiice C. M.M'OOVAMOflRF. rarencrsui heed nf a nod I I' IIRUCI lojlo 11 a m ; to 3 p. m., 8 to pure affection." Uut ou need not take her lips, in her heart love flowed. Hesi-- 1 fxsi.eiii tm.t me - at the.,. $1 Office Hours Mvcr ll.msc inStniif urd ... .. . v THOMAS C. HALL p. in. vn .Mil tii iiuy 1.1111 un, SIKKI.K UAtLIA ,. , m w juiivson Office on Lancaster street, oppositccourt-house- . a breath, you old ekinllints, I'm jut be- tatinu, her eyes droopotl a A. M I'FI AND white lay at her feet and n tanglo 01 1 want to ask you II. U (lAINCls. what busiginning. &c, at lAMKSGIVr.NS ness it is of yours whether your wifj green outlined a bracelet a trivial thing I S flllLI.II c. d. crochets, embroiders, knits, sings or that had dropped from a lady's wrist. M. R ELK IN & CO., Having mure lau i thin I DENTIST. wan Age at tej age talks across the street to another man It was enough. She lied and the years and the pment ytcn nf IjSor, hiie,,dtcrSI AN lo KD KV HOUSE. J yt during our She used to exer- knew her no more. A all 111 lw..tfd.H H. M.n 1... n .a ta..H.I..l Is moving to the Higitns office, Lancaster street 1 he tiee died. Nitrous Oxide Uas Given lor piini'" yiiracsui liell it was heilll.' re- - and thirty )t acre., un the sunlord and cise a little individuality, why not now? STANFORD, KENTUCKY. pi awl miles Lancaster ... .1... 1..... ...... ... .1 ....... x,"e than eight ill seven the tht wol outy mt. and . , K. II III MS Y, Proprietor, us ci lew ot, nil's of Didntyou feel oxhalted the evening iinmuiiuiiiuicmnii wuc w. Norfolk-Westeyou snatched the doctor's bill from her the trunk trving to trace thereon the ncnbjugrs couui.e..best stock think ihianne of the lrm in Cen Twas but a word I have moted to say neI curious carving iral Kriiiucky. taking into consideration brautv. Hotel and am bettsi fingers and handed it to the flames? conienuiice, water, t,oil, building inalrrul, .teni- - ' rieparid than es.r in acrnmmodate the public Dealer In should like to slap your face, only I "misjudged." tng, etc , etc. All oT tho land is in grnni, esicpt Ooxl Lnryattacad and eiaty consemencc dr ctule lb ringer , Fruits, would not want to be contaminated. I was about to fon.'dt to tell what lit- - in heat, with timothy owii with It; Iwt enough,! jl Foreign and Domestic FRANK RILKV. purchaser would see It before bnyilic. Tlw li NOKIUN lAIL Poor wife and yet she was a worthier tie I'.vel 118.11(1 Ol flu. roses uliil.. f I11.V title!, II Confectioneries, Art handed donu from ancestor. woman, perhaps, than Sister Lou, who were vet under the brush. .She came ,r0,m tneuayprthe Indians. a m fut t.iabam, HtuHWU and lalerwrdixie STAIRMKN'I OF THK Also a detai hed tract ol ij acres, . Has with lum a first class halrr and can Jurnish sleeps in the anna of love close to a mile Irum slattusw. ,r S; and leaned her trolden curls auaitist the the nike. ami tSo acres at i knob land. whu. Jtread, Cake and the luc on short notice llluoneld, lladtord. Roanoke, and . . . i LyHinbtirg. "" Norfolk mouth whose breath is sweet with the ..asei amJ turned her trreat melancholy MM1 Linooln Co, Building' Siring: .taeciition K.MnoVe) fnr lUcbwnnl asxl llagcr.iewa,Alv to A. M KKLA Wa.hlagten. Hani., essence of j.raise. I havealways thoughti brown eves towards the Mowers with burg. Pbiladelpbia anil New Vtrk Co. if Constance and I had married that I ipiHg Cars 1mm lnl-iillla Nor Stanford, kv such admiration that I put the tpiestion talk via Nwlosi ami Radford, also Radlorit to "TTOT?. SATjH1 New Ynrk. i sbessamltuh Junction. would surely have worshipped her. I tlius: "What is con Mn Will doing daiOtfur in Fatmcr Hunk & Trust i , witl.on Jars. OF STANFORD, KY., to Wjuningten. l frosn Lynefcbnrz lo Rich imagine 1 could have crawled like a ling?' "Tousin Will is w riting a rVe," nwrm. !.. '9i 232 Acres of Splendid Blue-Gras- s Trait, fnr listahota(. 1'Hnkat.H .l l.nn.1 snow fully organized and roady for business with worm to her feet, and bowed myself like bind the baby lips and the next thing I llluonoM uailr at Mipn antj run in Land r Issue Another Series of Stock. til .. ...1 ....... ...... mm .. n l.: - - $200,000. a sinner at the crucilix and been oh, so i. f i... I pm Mns, 5t .1 vs.ia inr Paid up Capital of Knew i llitu tier in my .iinio ieiral.lv located on tiininike rnnriKaihar TrasiM Any Ne seeking 1. ri.;l.l.. n- inu ...t.. mile from MilUdri.iillo ............,.,,..,,.,.., well toimestigaie. arusfe Ime.tmiftt would du il 4i a ra arrive it p fto Inwi the I ut daily at 19,000. grateful (or ju- -t one 6troke of her soft :lilt; iier iiioiiiii. vyiiuiiicii n.h.- It... uiuj Sl.iufnnl In Stanford, mile, In. .Jt l'....niv aim . Surplus, I uliier t ' lr liilt. rati. hand and yet even that was denied OriUllial tlllllker.s nowadays ami Hull IS from Dans die. 4 miles from f'l.m lluilnniilb. and Weekly pasmesiU t cents H made more A ror pp i i ml t. City A Western men risd t' f Nri ikII Ml , Rati Ihan o per cent. Mrt.e orjeaniaatluss SUCCESSOR to THK JLN SATIO.VAL me. It is hard, but perhaps it is best-be- tter mile of Moreland. a si.tim. n.nh, t: within W " to why I treasure their sayingf S. R R The Farm has inon it an elecant ami "' limited moans to .ecure a hmc. Jlt.ey t. loan t.i r fas n cr A, t . II an a a broken heart, a life all blank, brick residetice, tln root) .11 ,m vf'!1r,!,"f '.'.'c apactous Now closing up) with f.ie same assets and under 7r.T7 11 I. i,,,vr .. ill- - . will full mil nf .. .......w nfpiiirij AiilhuiMlflL. - anrl. .u filiitt..n. . r... management. ..as than that she should ever have looked htllllin . ?HAN3. iivl ........ . the same , c l lift,. i, ,..-y .........- .. ., r.rH..v...x ......I, mm ,i ' I'liitii. Dy provision of its chatter, depositors are .M.'iWftv fully protected a. aie depositors in Vfonal up to me as her lord and master; for I that N near to my ideal of art in 1 Banks, its shareholder i.eing held individually J tion, arrangement of pitures, the wax h"' .liable to the extent of the amount of their tock am but a linntal and might have become . . ........ n .. : u. . lJ a. H.imamk uiiii In-nil iiiiiinii. ., . a . , the e.n at the par value thereof, in addition to the 111 li UUCq "li. oa nci spring IU, criL'tiivru n ti - ? wcnu.iIIIU III aim rora,r,aio to .miuo like other men. I W 1U,,U i.clf r.KAMr. ITWMH 6i amount invented in such shares. It " lull ai Tl as ful array of china that goes in ami out J II iiauoii.MAN . executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as i .'I. it ii iv. i i Measurer. un'"To'lw 'who entrusted, heir bulsine.. to u.. Xow that you have my secret youcame of this furnace is certainly worthy a I -ion. while innazing tne l.iiicuih many thank and derstand why, loathing the city, NOTICL'IOIHK we we here tender our to this little retreat to bury my oriow. Trust they will continue to transact their business ,' Jubiter and Venus, the king and '-'. prompt attenI have been asked why I labeled my "itn us. offering as a guarantee for LJjliN lj MILLS Acv. J ". 01 the skies, weie united last Sat- tion aame, our twenty years' experience in lodge IaannnanwlnulannT4mtlnH "Happy Hamlet," and I have al- oueeii night, liberal i.cco.umodations as are con, banking nndas urday at least they met and kiss-- Qn Tuofidnu. Pob 1802 ' I have opened in onne tn n with my Hotel, the sistent with sound banking ways pointed my questioner to a home ...i tn f. ltl3 i.. .....i:nn ULv,(iniWII ...i.i i IUI i .. .ti .. r ls:4 Ullllliliil .i. ....li.. i.. .r ... i.. iiikectohs: so near and Ula i, among the trees. am over 1 Oil 0110 was IllOSt grateful lor a glance. t,ffre) iu Farm oi 142 Acrouof first rate land Mt. Vernon; J.J. Williams,Stanford; far. Vet I keep on trying to bury yet -'Vm" ;S who s.ai.l in tloors deserve a punishment J. M. Hall, my sorrow. 1 dug the grave :md away Owsley, Stanford ; CUIinillgly cultivation, improvements good and comfortable this for not appreciating J.S. A ii . 1 wenty mllesl'ie Shortest to down in the daik I lay my Ion; hut, .Also stock, consisting in i pair uiiike ursit S.J. Embry, Staufcrd ; MuIim.. wrought pie ui tlfit'u ...wfib .ilnrlfinu no rses. i eood work Mule, nalr t Muuu nirkut ri)'iiuuu catch the least J K I.ynn, Stanlerd; friend, every time finely bred saddle Mare, 4 years old, i lam.l, FlrHt-ClilS- S ' BfS ItoilY. hamlywork. I.i VCTV!StablC, A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; horve 5 )ears old, .Milk Lw and lo mud )ouug glimpse of her, every time her name is J. K.naughman, Hustonville; d see the blue mentioned, every time HUBBLE. Muhlgan foints, Chicago, J r. Cash, Stanford; :;ScbiUMlO"nd,0.lVer,NVhr,e.lTT " '" i St. Louis, Huffilo, Cleveland. Detroit, ,UUIr ll""P'- with Gooch, Stanlord, Ky. Miioke curling up from the trees over William good butcher Cattle. Farming Implements and Indianapolis and the West, Our I. J. s come up on time m.w. some Household and Kitihen I'urniture NcwKnglaud, Canada, yonder, my love resurects itself and so in tho Country. Tho a. H. Shanks, President. J. ItltlC.H'l J. I!. Owsley, Cashier L. llutcbiugs sold his jack to a party I. He me a call. then is no death. HoHton, llright, Teller W. M. f W CKKE.V, fropnetor in Ohio for $4'.,.". A I. IIURNs, Mrfiiagrr CSROVK" General riook.Keeper. "LOCUST Haltimore, Washington. H llaiuhmau, f hiladrlnhla, I.0VU 8 MYSrilltY. Jack Yeakey has rented Fannie Ouickest time to llarrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky L .she grew not in my heart Richmond, VllUilNIA Shortest and land this yeai. O CIS. IJulckcst line to As others glow. Hro. Charley Powell will preach at She found it not like others, FOR SALE school-housNATIONAL BANK here Saturday night ami at Nnr left it o. Solid Trains, baggagi cats, smoking cars and 1 he linest l.irm and ricliot soil in Line In co , Itiish .Branch Sunday. OF STANFORD, KY coaches, f ullman luilolr Irepvrs thruueh with Did you o'er chance to meet comprising 4J0 acres ol Lund, aitua- out change via .liallan.oga, llirrnlnghaui, Mend James McCorley is going to Paint ted within mo miles ol Stan,oru. the louniy scat lu woodland aisles SIAN'IOHD, iV , ian making direct connections en route fur Knos- I L.L- - 1,. w.irk i.t tin. iMriiHiiters' for ,,f 'Jneoln. Fronted by the Shelby City turnpike A little, glad eyed (lower ....,. "- ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the ana tianviue turn. ana accessiiiie to tne Manioru With questioning' smitiat .SpOOnaiUOle, Of pike. This is one of the best Slock Faims In the Capital Stock MisS Allllll awhile. region anil is in a high state of culti ... . ... ... If you the floweret plucked vanon sih, 10 siouuif; .iiiso.jiiiiiu neiuut Abundance 01 waier lor an pnrii Surplus And knew not why. now At ' -- Mr. MllV. Of 1'ulaski, 111 the legisla- - ?" .L'"""" ': '., rrnuie.l W'llmtng ., , ., P'm?V,obco'?.0,,V","!.w ."V..!l,pVn? Tf '" in 'iiiv clurcc. and I intendand refurnished. soIsan lo ton,Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Savannak, to the fact . . . '. to condu.t it And held it close to you Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Attention of the public is muled in Stanford, ure, surely Iooks on.j a one sue ot no -- - -- J""' Hank ' he only National llrunswick, Lake City, riiuuiasville and Fl.Oltl And watched it die,. Z that ,.,:?,,il,,J:ud. DA (Mil nts of the National Hank Ac that rd.h.t.g the .ommod.,,,,, dwelling -i.- venien, stock S,.,r. law, Whetl he aigUt-V"..!:r.i,.n provisions not only by the capital .ecured The 0111 v line running solnl cstibuted trains with And pressed in some sweet book ' frul1 "' ".'.""VfeK f "rr " ?' ' liability .tor ..VeV. but bv the stockholders' limit on potty larceny to SW would put iuoii"ii, nui'ii iu ih.l..v .r.4n...io. I'alace . i.i iiri' m ji .laiiiiiiu. f ullman ilotidmr or change Sleeping Cars til St '1 he joy it lent, .. u.. r. ihit iipnosuors 01 r Augiistini withiiiit lor any lass of pasJ I) jonks, a premium on crime, aow wlien you fund of $400 ,,000 on know iut how she camo. First-Clas- s .on are seciired'bv sengers or baggage nZJA thUlnst,tu O V RILK, CinevilUSaloon .Utementa ofthecondltioll of the bank Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur And how she went. punishing by the whipping poht go to riveiwwi" j . ,,i, - nutted . Stte..'--covern- -. And IUI I.1ARD and POOL ROOMS attached. Florctiic, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. re inauei fan. law, foi all sums under $'0, you will see ,""" Shortest and quii kest to Anmston, Selma, MoAnd if sou ever wiitchod JOSM'HJCOFFLV mentand it;ivc are evamineu ai a Idit.tonal 3.. il ag.nu. thus securing bile. Dncct coniieitions made at NKW A phantom star .. ..ii.iu iii iiPTtniiiina. that but few will take advantngo of the . ... . as tne ltl. out omnibus transler for laJveston TTOTT Glide from the uppir fluids originally established Houston, Austin. We, iu accordance with preuii'im. Depo'i itistitutinn. Stanford in 1858. then rergan. of IIihI durkviH.1 arc, sind 'house's demand for cities to put in bids National Hank ol St..nfrd ill lh.it TEXAS. MEXinO AND CALIFORNIA. of "gamreorgani.edaHthe First National Hanker- And leaning on the pane lor the Capitol, send iu ours at $10,000. has had practical y an limn Stanb.rd in isi, The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, Some lontwoitie nljlii. . u J. J. Walker has been on the sick rumcj ovlItHtli'illll rr frafiwriiiiif uufcincs uroniwi.. Miss. , Shreeairt La., making direct connectionsjp. I r .. . 1...- ,rStrive all in v.nn to find without omnibus transfer for Dallas Fort Wort I Than Jier before ,n a few (lays. D.N. I'rtSWitt Clllt'tl On Keep the nicest the best and large.t variety of light? list TV A kindred U. raUy Austin. san Antonia, M rani anU pniiiuiu Accounts, of corporations, us a few days ago, looking Us fresh as Fancy Goods, Fruits, hrins" d individuals respectfully solic- 011 something knew of this TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA.' ted. ieer. alter an illness 01 sevenii tiiiv-j- . That came to me, Candies Nuts, Cigars ot The Directory i this Hank is composed ranging to visFur through rates, correct county mans and til .Mrs. Col. Uice has been ai That comes alike to all b.t o infoun.ilii.il call on Agent at Junction City, ky And the city l J. Foster. "I Stanford; Love's myMery. .Mrs (rojdknight, at Frankit her sister, jor address J. S LKITII, Forestus Ktid, Lincoln county , trav 1'ass. Agl , jnncoon uity.Ky ou behove now what 1 said fconic fort. .1. W. Bright cut liin foot with nn I) MM LF.R. J.W. Ilnyden, Suntotd; D. O EDWARDS. Ha iiii removed my llarber Snop to the Com . I' I rath. .Mancr,, S.H llaughman, Lincoln weeks ago, that I did everything by lits axe a lew days ago. Win. S. Hurch was T, A., m'tcul Hotel, I aiu That he also keeps the che.ipent sto k ol Cincienso M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; " anddaits and that this is my loving here .shaking hands with his friends and s T llarns, Lincoln; ... ..Ait.- I(ic4 Uof it rlfi . ..i't' itlit'iu 4k. 4 1 time you certainly cannot doubt. J. S. HocTer Stanford; ' Mr.Kobertu;.,,trywash;,ethis HOMEOFATSIC SALVE. 0 A. Lackey, Lincoln: as well as Gentlemen, have found a,new trade and have mly. T. H. Hill.SUnrord; his many mem s wno week iiinniiiMP . Linen iiils, brums, old sores, skin diseases, .III.,,. I. 1.1.1 been ttnkeiing at it some. It is the V. O. Velch, Stanford. corns, bunions, p:lca, fistula .iratchea, halter I lad liledged lltUl their Hlipport ill his of goods fur Uncoil, Lard, Hutter, Kggs, V , l .toe., In anything they may wish V. 1. Tate, Stanford my line, Chil- - burnt, dew poison ami bruins , lor whlih be pays the Wherever it has ill etc of composition called "The " ntso waited on. Call in me. forsherill. buen used it has given wonderful satisfaction and ; . OFFU'KRS: that ".Short Stories," a maga.ine race its propensity lor removing soreness is remarkaj Highest Market Prices. Numerous testimonials will be secured asd .'SVHocker, PresiJent; under the chaperonage of "Current l.it- THOMPSON, ble. appear mis space at a later date. MaJ J. 1'. Sears liua been appointed prist fioods delivered anywhuc in the city rnd bis Cashier; will John J. McRoberU, dai. ' and sold by As sutant Cashier eratuie," seems .sj toj value. Pulaski county. ly trip made to Rowlind As the master at Lincoln, In Cimnicrcial Motel. A. A. McKiniey, J H. II IC.C.INS, Stanford, Is a candidate for as Sheriff. Subject A SMALL 1IOYI.K COUNTY FARM Husbands. Something More About Love ot the Democracy. Klection Nov to the Cough Remedy will promptly loosen this nation. I havo named my etching On Feb 10 iSj. at 10 o'clock n m. I will offer iSjj. action cough u.il relieve tho lung, meeting a permanent .1 111,nten , and Love's Mystery. Sample of the - -77 iiuw . urn in a very short time, ate and 301 botll et Tor .1 iuuhc i(c in r i 11 " THK MOUNTAIN ASH. Baby Comment tf the and Opt clan ' Danvillo on the Stanford pike. The land is in a Etching sale by Dr M. good state ot ultivatlon; moderate'; improved, There was once a little tree grew with Staulorily. Ky. I., "lourne, Druggist and will male agood home Satu positive "Yard of Roses." Somebody's other trees on the top of a tall mounV, T. WARD. 91 Two Planets meet Bucklln's Arnica Salvo ts a Candidate lor ro election to the office of Cir Studio. tain. The soil was rocky and pale. The best salve in the world lur cms. bruise; ciuj Clerk, subject lo the actum of the Democratic and Touch. rugs spread here and there. soies, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, cnap- Litchen (To the Editor Interior Journal.) ped cmioiains, corns inu m hi v.uj. The few flowers were slender and sickly lionsliandi,positively cure orlio pay rcqulr and (Delayed Letter.' cJ- - It i guaranteed to irm. perlect satislactioc, Lot on Main Candidate for my pot theme, ahem! lint tlin nine tree was nni1lv to look i or money reiunueu. Clork. Husbands" 5 icm Per u"- How 1 should like to get a half dozen upon and grew at least tall enough to For sale by A. R. I'ennv, Stanlord(Ky. acres, Subject to the action of the Demorratu party,! Containine i m m announce m)clf a Candidate for the nlhceof that I know real well under my thumb watch the luxuriant landscape far below rrmseasy. A Safe TR WALTON, Sunford. cult t lerk for Lincoln county I shall make Cir in the interest nl my son. W'm. S Hurch, who u satis- nail siiitl treat them liko I did the flea and the little tree sighed. guaranteed to brine I one will not be of the C'onstitiitinnnl age until a few One day a lady climbed to the summit. factory rpiilts, or in case in lauuie, minium tli t made such a circuit around my day. after the next November election. If I can your purchase price On this safe plan oil A li Latiham II Cattleman should recent' the nomination, and be elected. sock and tantalized me so, one evening As she sat jesting her eyes followed the mi from our adscitiscd ttrii4it a bottle of Dr John my mil will ilm harm- the duties ol the ofluc at Kind's New Discos cry for Consumption It s my deputy and rereue all the emoluments. last summer! Do you know that I be- (light of the meadows, now here, now guaranteed In brlntf relief in ever) case when 97 M'KI'HKN III KCII. ...I fnr unv nffrrlinn nf llir throat. Ilinc or CllCt' 11. lieve, if there is such a thing a, trans there, and when she looked up her Km hn consumption, inltimmatioii f the lunijs, smile seemed close to Heaven; but wheu bronchitis, astnma, wiioopini; timgii mniii. mi , migration, that very mnuy husbands lesiru1.le Farm of 140 UYIR IXVilS 1.1 Acts It pleasant and ajjireable to sprouted from a similar and no better her face tinned to where she sat she etitlv lifeis and ran alwass l relied the late, 1pet. sm Crab Orchard upon rul f. pike, 4 m.les from Stanford W. It Miller ro "Struggling for existence," she bottles fiee at A R renny'adriic store insignitl-(.m- t signed. Cham-hcrlain- nime suggests the outline Is barely given; the rest is left to the reader's imagi Many persons who have recovered Irom la are now troubled with a persistent cough. Cough Following tho Grip. crlppe PUBLIC SALE. J. N. MENEFEE, 'a r. .,... v. JAMES P. BAILEY Circuit 1 pil, FOB. SALE io I Py. Street in Stanford Investment e. whi-ihi- ROYAL OF - V insurance Company, I'UlV ll?TfP sciatica Milliner and Dress Maker 1 I successfully treated Ayer's SarssparSHa the persistent this -- .fc.. . d.-lai- . BAEP, AKTIST. 111 Has Cured Others PRICE, x CAMNIT, Undertaker&Embalmer sans-failio- n Q "fOg-den- disap-peate- JI0TEL PENNY, II.K. CA3IMTZ, Dentist. 1 in . loll-;a- te I self-sa- Si-t- m fJOHN THK FARMERS. I lh"a-kfh-- posti:i. .. i . . ' I (ore-r.- 1 .. . CASH I o.i nihct 1 39-i- ;r. morgan, d. s. ,,.' , I ' ue .. f- Beef Hides, Fur. Tallow, Fine Land For Sale. 1 .111 I - ahi-enee- "' I W THE RILEY Dan-......- I - 1 1 lOTCMMHfMo .,.,, 1 ... - .u..v.v.rji ri4-iiot- u NW fc rn Hi " . ' - .. I - ...... i, 1 Farmers Bank&Trast I i)l'l tie f f aVi e ' - ! 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