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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892022601 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r v I. - Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. HAPPY HAMLET. A Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 26.1892. NO. 403 I e w Twilight Reverie. A, Dream of Water Receipt of Love Making Lilies looked while tliu various nulls are btin u Study or n Studio. Poems distributed. and Poem Making l'art of tliu old walls left by the Op I ( Co the Alitor Interior Journal u few era House (hi- were torn down I have been sitting here in my den for la coming to evening ago, half an hour with my lint over my face on hei your the front. Keep The Detroit Free Press says that if a meditating on some of Ik Marvel's say- giving every honest poli- - ings in that book- of books, "Dream law was 'J00 feet high, Life." I don't know of a volume better tician it marble monument it wouldn't make mueh of a boom In suited to n man's moods, and it puis one tliu quarry business. How me you, pol-- 1 on intimate terms with the writer at the very beginning since he makes each of iticians'.' Thuiloorto the is new - c-- pa-m-- Pq . I like best the Our eitlcieut and accommodating us the hero. I THE BEST FLOURING MILLS is in ehnpter ".Summer, or the Dreams of postmistress, MisH Kila Watnou, in the country, too burrel capacity per d.iy Full The veiy freshness of the Roller I'roce$. Mill ha ;i splendid local trade, Umisville this week on business con-- j Youth." order Also one large lot and i in nectcd with the ollicc. Deputy Kph llcldssecnis fanned from the piges. about i1 acri-- adjoining the let of Dallas Chinn and fronting the railrcau about iy. fret. is running the oiliee during her lug out of my window right now in the A Cream of Tarter Haling IWiler Highest of dileetion of the Ileitis, I find them in all absence, leavening Mrength -- f S. (internment He- - ' Q Cotl.1 (TfiS it! Harrndshur0 Kv.. - o r 'J 01 port, Aug. 17, i88y It is Mid that there is a eab er of a 'gloom; but over yonder, beyond the on Depot street, renting at $76 per year, fach. a $30 note trees there seems to have been u battle. bank in Kentucky whomxs Large TOIlACCO Tramp- "Mistress, please, give uie Also the and Copper Sr.op and lot. This isvthe HOUSE is too Binall a sum for his bank to eniry. A long breastwork of chimin is thrown C11f11.1t titnr. In ant " largest ami liest arranged tobacco hoiie in cen- high ami a phantasmagoria is going on. Klevator lot and coal yanU, in ..,,, tr.il Kentucky Am It Is a bad rule that wont work both KltCh- -' cludm cribs, Warehouse, Ac Stanford Ladv ways, is not a SW deposit too small a Now eomesa lull, now a quickning of I'hi property is going to ell without reserve. en and the cook will give you a nice din of color, now a real skirmish of light terms: ij and 18 chmi, balance mini for his bank to receive? inontlK, 6 per cent ner on the tahle." DM you like "The Mountain Ash?" of the and shad w light and shadow now all Squire Johnson, a justice C. SIT I.i.lVAN'. Tnitnp "Plense, mii'm, if it's all the C S VANAUSDAI.!., Com'te pence at (irayMin, has eniolled himself shadow. The day is dead. Over the Next week you shall hnve another that D N RUE, same te you, I'll lay this pieeo of hoaid I How many a country school near his breastworks comes u bright torpedo that I've christehetl "Tested." us a hcholnr in aci 3 my lap and eat here. It's more old. There does not shatter it stands still and of you rend "Comfort of the Fields" in 10 year residence, lb-ILAND SALE. stylish, don't yer know." glows; look out and behold it. Was it not a most finished law. ScribnerV uru men in Kentucky claiming to be Mrs. A. M. Decker hits been quite production? at.itestnen. who migni oe promuon Mis? Jennie Higler, of Cincinnati, I understand l Land, situated a,' Slxtv fite Acres ot sick for some ten days. Mr. D. D. Harkle-roathat some of you read John-o- n h mile-- from .Stanford, on Shelby City turnpike. ployed in imitating Sptlio How little the world knows of poems w ho 1ms a email grocery store in has just lost her lllind from tilt- elleetaof ' adjoining Mrs. h. It Btiny Body with a great deal of interest Jones. Apply to me at t xample. m HUGH REID Stanlord Ky. when she came forth inswadlingclothes, and poem making. Some have fancied the lower end of town, came near hav hlomllllllli; her hair. We understand that the K. C. nt ids trade, others that ing a fire Tuesday noon, as the result of but now that she has donned a new im the poet linkers will shortly put on a good passenpersonation and got t little rattler in ho puts a crank in his heart and grinds allowing a defective line to remain in ger train bftwceu IIoaImiiI mid hand, you ay there is entirely too It is more like standing before a loom use. t A lame number of new ties and ttiat lets out butterllies than anything Sheiiir John II. Catron went to Louplaced Hlong the milch noise. Tra la. friends, I've just else. uteel rail have been lere they come, the lovely things, isville Tuesday to attend the meeting of been ctuisingnround theshoalsof your load and the construction train ami sec nerves, just wait until I get into mid-- j all silvei and golden winged, but the the sheriff of the State. Mr. Catron has tion men are putting the road bed in tip ocean if you want to se me turn on the poet must ere they rise out of reputation at home among his people COMI-Stop shape. reach and Hit hito other Ileitis. Thus 0f beinit one of the best sheritls the fog whitle. Capt. it. A llurnside, chairman, has tinelcctim: Is ilone, hut it inn t every COuntv ever had and I doubt much if The (TfHturc, "Incognito," who has writer that knows how to tt.rn the tins Wucd a will for a mass convention of there will ever be a more popular sheriff Oarrjud count) republicans to be held been rooting around the Hamlet, has linim; of his nuig uings towanls the w'ith hi constituents than .Mr. Catron. Saturday, March tli, gotten a tlirt in the snout. It seems : nt the shady old world. It must not be too Unite a nice programme was ai- ; HO ,e ,i!jng. dreadfully. Will Dr. I'ey- to select deleg.it- s to the district couven-The raiiged by the Loyal Temperance Legion midden the glare will weary. tion nt NichoLmilleand the Suite con ton please step over ami exttiutte it at heart imi-- t illumed gradually and the of this place and executed at the Chrifc- Again this week with a magnificent stock of venttonat Uuisville. A new county my e xpuitW.' light made to quiver; for "unless the. titn church Tuesday night. Trnlv it wrs committee will abo be selected. j I lutd m sweet dream lnt night. I Iitntit is spoken," says Lundnr. "the a contt.--t between six Suntla re piesfn tally t There is childion, with its mny recitations, and! dreamed pome one sunt me a tumuli of gods thunder and strike in vain." more attentive to his constituents I " Minded ot Mine grass,'' a handsome tlie medal was awarded to the sweet lit He is ever on water lilies mid put my face down in C.ov. MeCreary. than From tl Mast, every garment guaranteed to fit anc made of material viiliiine nl Keiitiickt noets and their no tie singur, Jennie Dickinson, grand in the them and a forest arose in my memory the alert mid shows no partiality that will tnve a forest clasping a lake in, whot-t- depths ..trv..,mmis,stnhwithus about the daughter of Col. John JJishman, of tliisl distribution f his favors. He s one of rellected ""ending I'nion College lives pointed into an under Junetime. The book will contain' jjijo P,BW. w,, those who recogtniM the fact that the) was crowded very sk; a heaven above n heaven beneath. pages and will be printed on extra heavy hm now. tl,0"l are the repteseiitatives of tie- people Ami in mv skitf, dream-like- , I glided, book paper, the illustrations on heavy closely by Miss Nettie Davidson, the and their obligations are not confined to surrounded by , charming little daughter of .Mr. C. F. millions up- enamel paper, l'rice ?S. inciniH rs of their own party. And at prices to which none can object. We have also added to our D.t vidfion. millions of them. And nil at once on MibY ISonv. -- Capt. F. .1. White, C. Onllagher my hand forget the oar and slided into VetCRABORCHARD. and lien. W. J. I.andram, Mexican WLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. the water, and one of the sweet things erans, held reunion on the 28d ii.st ,n infant of Mr. Klthu Wells was lloated into my pulin and a snug "To it Mr. Robert Kinlev, who has been the anniversary of the second day's Water Lilv," arose in my dream tiiat nfA line of Choice Henriettas, Bedford Cords, Chevron Cords, Armenon Tut-8burled at the old church-yarsplendid dinner sick for several weeks with fever, diet light at BneiiH Vista. A ian Serge and Broad Cloths, all in the new Spring shades and very tei wards, somehow, found its way to my last Saturday night. iy. WHSservednt the Mtller Hotel, under Mr. (iieen Lindsey is very ill at the desk, heim; dedicated to my beloved. low and desirable. Judge J. 1". Snyder, is the MipiM vision of Mrs. M. K. Holmes, of hi mother, near town. He has I would liken thee thy coming Don't forget that we are headquarters for all classes of White Goods delicacies of the season friends ' home quite sick at his home and his nt which all the To a dream that Howe r the night. consumption. fear ho will not recover. were served. Numerous anecdotes weie and Laces and our new .stock of Gents' Ties can not be surpassed. To the bloom of recollection Mr. J. F. Holdam has gone to Wash- and Morn to the wife of J. L. Whitetold, but the cut ami dried toasts Living where the past is light. be ington City on business. He will And tonne who holds my memory a 11 pound daughter. head, on spread eagle speechts were omitted. away about three weeks As you hold the halo bright. of holding Her nauieiH Kliabeth. The have been in the habit Miss May Parriah spent put of the Mrs. Carrie Unives. of Keiisee, spent an annual reunion for several ycais An amusing episode occurred the oth week in Crab Orchard with her grand- '"'k parents. Mr. And Mrs. Doon-past. er day. .Miss A. came to me with eyes Tuesday with her brother Mr. M re. -- The otllcial report of the proceed- all red ami swollen uud said "I want Myers. Mr. II. II. Tye, who has been ji jjam . held ings of the lepublicstn convention vuti to give .Mr. is. a lug thump in alletled with the grip for several days, is Mrs. Ward was able to go to Stan -, in Woodford county on the -your next letter," ami then she re able to be out again. Mr. J. V. .Malum ford one day this week. This is the Hist by saying that "the convention adjourn- lated to me. That very evening Mr. left Monday night on an extended trip time she has been out since the death of ed In line spirits and with a full deter- IS. came with his lists doubled tip through the South in the interest of the her husband. We sincerely hope Bhe mination to elect the nominee id the ami asked me to thump Miss A. Such Central Jellico Coal Company, will gradually return to health. shall keep constantly on During the year 1S9J I Minneapolis convention." That settles insolence! I suppose I am to convert The schools closed on the J:Jd, but Our citizens around town have up hand a full and complete mines to my stock of was open all day and it. If Woodford county detei letter into it thumping machine just the quite a lively trade in hay, potatoes, eggs electa president she will do it. The to please two coward. business went on as usual. Kveryone a id butter, with the mountain towns, democratic majority is only .00 in that seemed to forget tint it was Washing- thus making us feel that although we Madge loving Madg-- j has just come county, but that need not deter Brer ton's birthday. That is something we depend on them for coal, thev in return Wfrtf WtliVritrrvrJM I'inkerton from doing some tall talking in with her guitar and hassuugfor me. should not forget and should tr to luivi- - to hi- - ili'iiHiiilniit. mi it., at times. ill advance. It is a remarkable fact that She is just too cunning when she sings keep the memory of that great man Tho youlHr iaiiit. h, towll ,... n tliu fewer the number of either political "Marguerita.'' fresh in the mind of every boy and girl. vm. ,c.lMnt ea year 10p at e "Oh, tiie lips of Marguetita there are in a county, the greater My stock of That is a time every American! citizen illt.;u.t. of Mr,. Capt. Moore on Wednes-imi- i Are sweeter than the wine, the noise they make. leuiember with happy thoughts. I tut the lips of Maiguerita a vwnin!t tttul nltli.Mi-l- i not such an Miss Mae Wnie, who has been yu-- The democrats met Monday evening clahoratt. il(mir il8 Can never touch mine." in be in 0IK. Itm.. tier sister. Mrs.' K. K McKoberts, And after she had finished, sli-- t took and appointed a committee to dralt reso- - slrtlforJ xu. ma mv ,t wn a8 nuu., t.u. Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of Hopkins-villhas returned to her home in the guitar in her arms and looking into unions LMUiOMin vt. v. wuiiunui ;i joyed and highly appreciated by those prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas ..: Will Wearen, of Stanford, was the lire, said- "Cousin Will. I never delegate 10 1110 v..i! .1 wiiivbiiuoii m auo.tai i .,0 lUU.,t.d and all were inuc-l-i en- - Hai m n ch.irrre. A. M. VKXXY. r here Monday. Will Dunn, of Danville, wanted to be a man but once and that Chicago. M,.tley county tleserves tins lteitajnei, Th(H who lHl, Ilot tiail(.L '" K. '. , is visiting her relatives here. Mr. Wits when mv sweetheatt made love to honor and there is not a better man in .illlllM.iVl.a hv niavj,1L. ..aillH Mon-daand wife visited btnca-itefor t Walton nit it was so prosaic." And then she the district than Mr. Denha.n ,n anv wav that tnl t'hem best or Misses Altie Marksbury, Mamie laughed a dimple into either cheek. place. If lie receives this position, u fejt Au Ctirrev, Maud Uobinson and "Suppose I give you a receipt for will go toUlucag.i Willi me iieierinina-- ' contents of Master John Wherritt, .John Will Dunlap, Claude she continued more tion to nominate a man Unit can lean Ohadwiek's pockets on his retiring, Farra ami Charlie Anderson attended "Let it be the summer season, if possi- the partv to victory iu November. Ixtkri-o- k one night this week, was exercises and hop in Danville ble, when the heart lloiescw. Select a the JofKXAi. lead pencil, 3 bunches keys, Daxvii.i k. Tliouias Nelson Page, one on Monday evening. Clyde I.andram shade tree to sit tinder, from which 40 marbles, 1' fishing lines, knife, to his woik a telegraph opera- reaches a pretty snieatl of country or a of the foremost of Houtheru authors, 1..11 .....-- : FOR CHILLS FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, i n ....!.... " Thursday. valley, the ending of which a little viMu will read selections fro.nKhis own writ- . nrnn tin. Knnxville branch UiW I J'''l" door key1 l harness buckle, I PRICE HEADACHE AMD ALL Miss Kllen Ows!e is visiting in Danville veiN. Imagine this vista the future and iuga at .he Opera louse, on the evening holt- -. .1. Kinnaird, who has ask your lady love to walk of March 2. Squire J. K. Dodds has DISORDERS. this week. W. with you ntitridge bull, brass horn, m.nn.e CENTS been visiting his parents has returned then-- . She will consent. Should the been granted a pension of jd per month, FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. " n',it," A letter Mrs. winter snows warm the blossom (ohis hojne in in your w ill. back pay from last April. alwavs looks bad v. i No MED.CO. ST.L0UI5 MO. PREfAREDBY RICHARD50N-TAYLC- R ad-- visiting her heart until it, like the crocus, must arise reached Danville postolhce, Price tirant. ol Danville, is y uiothet, Mis. Harriet Price. Miss Maglet the parlor firelight outline two chiirs dressed to 'Jet icho Well." It was in'"'" tl"Sunday aftor Mr. Jerry Caldwell,land the closely drawn. Here seat your pretty gie Miller will return home e, gen-- , Knox-vill,5 Klli;llt) tu, felow 10 8windled ter a pleasant visit to relatives in listener. Huild a castle iu the coals, writer wa 'cutting for" that clever tleuian's name. The taxable property Teun. Miss Jennie Lackey peoph , u. ,w8pectiiiK .Middlesboro picture the peaks, its spires, its turrets, wedding at quote .omo poetry. Then pressing of IJoyla county, exclusive of Irailroads, wna JveI1 fou. yeAr m thu M.l Hl. IS the her Last year there were pro- - allL.a(ly ,,one ei.rvi(.,. at Jolut In for Utchmond, Wednesday. Utile lingers, tell her there is but one is has decided that hand iu all the world that can unbar the ducetl in the county :!.V:i0 bushels of ow,r Ward McAlMer corn, l.'V-- :' bushels of wheat, ?7I,000 Dr. Chatincey M. Depow is noteworthy entrance to the eastle in the coals." . membership in the 100 because his of "That is very lovely, Madge, but what iiotinils hi hemp, SS, OOpountlH of ton.ic-et n WI l,c ,,f nierest to Ho know thai the uioi.es- to. The assessor s books show that there timtr m aad timber l.iml to in Wttciiiinlli uru is love?" after dinner speeches ate ton long. tnbul ..:.. il... ,.,.,i..i.. ...I.,, pay ary WscoiiiiiCiurai l.me Settlrrson says that good bleeding lequirex Unit "I will give you three quotations," are 170 persons in ..I healthful have all occasionally bo listeners as she answered, looking across the room to taxes 011 $10,000 and OVer J. C. Calll-- ! thew ltntgooil marW-- tllu- iliuc-- , abiiml.ince ot (;n men should climate, MoAI-isthis proper- - aiui innliimc mati rial, pure mt iurkliiiR dnnk well is the largest the pictured farewell hi Uoineo and well as speakers and therein Mr. 11 in water iiiulotlier ImporUnt Ueuctitu wlnili can A polished rgentleman ,iie Pt tt,e vc "Love is a delicious torment." ly being assessed at ?i,.),h,(, . 1. inn- - Ii(s brcnjoyed n0 is right. for iiw Karnt l(..iiiil,Now iiiu.vi .i.i;iic miiu monopolize the conversation. "Love is the bloom of life." "Love is try comes next with $llS,i:io, M. J. in the tune to will never n fever anil acne. McKobertH $(J!t,!)!.'. choice lamU at low price Wlcoiim H "Catorlfa!owelU(UpUsltocliU.ln-nUia,- t ciirrB Colic, Constipation, Dr Depew Is a wonderfully attractive our highest word and a synonym of ris $87,700, Thomas state, in the Union. one of the inott DlarThn-.i- . $V2,TM and Mrs. Josephine Located iMiccilv onproiper.iit a line eatei; Heaven." ItaJiiiirlortoatiyprcscrlpUon U. G. Kvans Hpe'akerandisbaid to bo I Central Line ICatorla gives hlwp, and promote It, A. Abcihr, M. P., in in this State are thi- thriving cities of lltirlinyton, known to tno." Kvans ;1S,000. Advocate. WauLe-liin fact most of his time is employed Kmnl du L.u- Oshko'.h, N'epnali, Injurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St., Hroolaj&i J, Y, Miss Johnston's studio is a dear little Waupaca, Stevrnt 1'olnt, ManhficM, Chip- - ' eating and speaking. Street, N. Y. v.i.ure, .vw lucnniomt and room iu ochre tints with a pale blue At the Michigan Club banquet, De- news The Ci.ntavii Conrisy, 77 Aihland. The troit, there was a very decided' appeartime tablet, maps an. I lull inform:! Kor left Philadel- frieze festooned with garlands. --Tub steamship. India, T S. PA TV, I). I'. A., pictures, "Love's Dream," which is n ance of attempting to revive Alger's tion, apptj- to Chattanooga, Tnn. Or to phia loaded with provisions and grain C. POND, n V & T. A , Chiiajo, III. kissing a lovely woman asleep, and "busted boom." JAS. for the BuBslan famine sullerers. , y Look-Itrow- u j j ' "Day Dreams," a young girl with drow sy eyes reclining on a pillow, are choice engravings. Jjome Matcchal Neil roses against a blue pitcher and a glass of wa ter, from which trails a pink morning glory vine, and a baby shoo are the finest studies in oil, There are casts of Apollo and Venus, both of which are admirable and the china painting is Almost every evening the firing goes on and the open window shows not n llover more pleasing than the artist. I believes she makes a specialty of the Itoyal Worcester and her designs nre inoit graceful, all of which are outlined in pure gold, though the Diesden Ib equally as beautiful. One plate especially pleas 4 me. Bundle:) of forget held with blue ribbons, decorate the rim of the plate, wh-I- tin- centre is literally sprinkled with the wee stars. I fancy the spring will make a model of The blooming wistaria this studio. clambering in front, the gol leu sunlight aslautat tlie side and a cettam pen leveled up it why not an etching'. ex-quii- tme-uotc - BARBOURVILE, i KNOX COUNTY. o. i s, ' ' s Hon. Isaac T. Woodson, of Middles-bordelivered an excellent lecture entitled "Life," in the College chapel Monthly night, which was well attended. A merry party of some four or five couples gathered at the Anderson IIoiiEe Monday night after the lecture and enjoyed themselves for an hour or two. Mrs. Judge Tineley has been quite sick for Nevti-.i- days and the judge himself i not well. Mrs. John II. Catron, who has been ill for so long, is reported some better. The Young Men's Democratic Club has quite a nice programme prepared for next Monday night. Charles Schrive-lis in town on a visit to his father-in-laCol. Clark. A merry party, composed of Missts Ani'le Disliman and Hallie Ballard and Mr. T. M. Sampson, went fishing Wednesday nftei noon, with the usual result for such parties no fish. Deputy f. S. Marshal R. F. of this place, returned Wednesday evening fiom the head of Richland Creek with three prisoners, Jim Munsey, James Cheek ami Henry Saser, charged with violations of the internal revenue l Hor-tetis- flYAl tf."JLij V!W FOR SALE VALUABLE PROPERTY B . I The undcnijnfi! h.ve hten appointed a com- mitUe by the toi khoMeu to tell publicl in front of ttie Mercer Gram & Coal Co ' office on Tuesday, March ist, 1892, At to o'clock, said company Ky ,cnpacitj-5,CKr- . Ji I all of the proper)- - owned by l.arjfe warehouse In Ilondville. bueheU f grain. Two ilore room in ISurgln, Ky, now renting for per annum; large Hentor in fturgin, with all machinery connected therewith, capacity ot elevator 60,000 'itichcUcf Alio will tell with elevator large lotniublr foretelling a flouring mill, ( location lor a mill AIo reildehce on CiJIesc street, Hurrodshur, In Kod repair anil containing 6 room. One of A POWDER Absolutely Pure - firt-cla- 4 .. 111 -- e, ...... one-thir- d 11. 1 IOI- -t 0-- FOR Splc-ndn- d, rail-roa- d ,,',.. , Kleh-mon- I HE NEW AH RE -- - -- 1 court-house- : j - TO THE FRONT 1m- - , Con-gre- w, ClotlXinGSATISFACTION SPRING DRESS GOODS - - i j - water-lilies- ; - t Kx-Cou- I I j ' s ,f J. S. HUGHES. A. R. no-te- PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER, p(nt-otfu- :e ,. Drugs and Toilet Articles Glass, Books, Paints, Oils, .. & Stationery. WATCHES, CX.OCKS & JEWELRY "-- e. ... -- r v. "f,-et- , Me-sr- s. love-making- ." ' 'r. 1 DOCTOR & TAYLORS 1 -'d -"- 1 ' T 1 . 1 l"" J. 1 ..1 1 ". ''. 1 , URE URE 1 Middlt-sboroug- "f 50 MALARIAL "- "8'y 'ktf - - 1 Hume-Chenau- lt ll. (l,J-:V-- ,"? "". ',,. - tliiK.ei.jiitt-mi.latili- M il-iithl- .' .'a J t fiu-- er tax-paye- r, ' ' .lu-lie- t. ,, Infants and Children. M Enit-tatio- - i n, 3tiin-aj- r if ticm-K- , - 1" ctt-pi- d .1 Mj ;'" - i. - iV u l'? I: i l3 . I t ii i l,V ft' " , The FrohlbitioniMs have nominated 51. F. Klkin & Co. bought of Henry 9 a State ticket in Rhode Island. D. Baughman a lot of fat heifers at 2jc. Two public school buildings, costTho Cincinn iti cattto market is !till ing together $35,000, were dedicated at with best shippers quoted at L3-5- feeders Stanford, Ky., Fehruary 2 J, 1892 Somerset this week. oj to 4; hogs are slow- at o for select, heaJohn Fleming, a C. S. car repairer, vy butcher, and Bheep are in demnnd at at Lexington, was run overby switch en 4 to(Jj. W. gine and ground to pieces. Mr. James Walker Givens has reHas on exhibition at his "Model Grocery" a Monstrous Gourd, meas-- At Varner, Ark., a mob entered the turned from Lexington, Miss , where he uring 5 feet in circumference. He makes "the following jail and shot to pieces George Harris, sold n of cotton mules at $75 to charged with murder. They were afraid $125. The crippled bv the rail would make his escape. the road was promptly and satisfactorily The Senate committee on finance paid for by tho company. TiiKcnt and dried New York convendecided to report adversely Senator tion went through the programmi) like To any one buying a s can Baking Powder, price 50c. CrU) RCtTAFFAJ RsT Coke's bill to replnco tho national bank greased lilitnin; and endowed Hill for he will give a beautiful piece of Decorated Quccnsware. Each pur- circulation with treasury notes. Right Rev. Bishop T. V. Dudley ltnrt.vu ...Ml the presidency up one side and down ii.ist-r wm ue entitled to guess how many hen eggs fill the Gourd. A on of Dr. Godfrey Hunter, who will pre ich iu the College chapel next TJie delegate are instructed the other. 1 he party guessing nearest the number wi be presented with a beau- is with Col. Collier in the Custom House Tuesday night. to present his name as "the demount imii water bet, worth S3. Tits conference of all tho politial A. A. WARRKN. tlmd f 10 for writingon at Louisville, was The Rev. Kinloch Nelson who has led his party from victory to held in St. LouN, was a a newspaper and sending it through the was consecrated Bishop of Georgia in ami victory for seven consecutive yen-stormy and inharmonious affair that mails for one cent. t. Luke's Cathedral, Atlanta, Wedneswho Has never known defeat," and to promNeJ for a while to break up in a "The Board EqualirUion lim com- day. It is the second service of tho kind Inst and nil the time vote for him tirdt, big row. It finally decided in favor of pleted its work. Tho total of the taxaever held in Georgia, aud the tlrst In a before the National Convention.. Senapolitical action, however, and to hold a ble property of Middlesboro is $4,710,000. quarter of a tvntury. tor Hill was close enouch aionnd to pull convention to nominate presidential can- This may be possibly increased a little. The Y. 51, C. A. mpeting at Danthe wires and when he sn "informed" didates nt Kansas City, July 4th. The List year it was $3,025,000 News. Large and Kie-SIolK of ville stirred up the sleepy old town of the action of the convention appealed In Crawford aud Bourbon counties wondeifully ami impressed every one accepted the honor conferred on platiorm itemri" for free silver coinage, and tjie scheme, revenue re- Kan., over 5,000 men, women and with the earnestness of its members. him, in aspsech in which he dwelt nt form, government ownership of railengaged in n monster wolf hunt. Hon. John W. Ycrkts presided over the length on the importance of procuring roads, telegraph and telephone lines and About :?00 wolves and 2,000 jack rab- deliberations. tariff reform by abolishing, whenever d demand-- . Misa bits wera killed. Another hunt will be Rev. A. V. Sizemore will preach nt practicable, one after another, one inde- makes many other Onion Sets. Beans, Peas, &c, in bulk. All kinds of package seeds; fought hard for won an suffrage and held. Logan's Creek church Sunday afternoon the two fensible tax at a time, where Hiram Cawood was acquitted at atw o'clock, when a full nttendanceof the also Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks, Shovels, Picks, Grub Hoes and replaced the tarill prohibition, but she was knocked out at laws of everv round. Pinevil'e of killing James Hall in Har- members and of m many of the IUptist Mattocks. f 10.07. for a Thn nlntfnrm iiWIfii-Hlan county. The case was a hot legal church here as can conveniently do Collars, I lames, Collar Pads, Trace Chains, Bridles, Halters, &c. sound currency and denounces the Shersi, Senator Gkokuk's bill to pension light ami the celebrated is requested, to transact church busineFs man silver law, o! which Senator Hill Kentucky soldiers who fought on either factions, of Harlan, were arrayed in op of importance. eaid. "There has been no such side is not in the interest of the Confed. E. A mold, who has been Rev. Cromwell called erate. The latter has been working out position. for free men since Two soldiers wero shot at from on the sick INt for several days, U im law of England a 'tortuous and un- his own destiny and Inn continued to the at Coal Creek, Tenn., and others proving and will conduct the services at godly jumble.' " The New York boss is be a man, which is more than can be sent to their relief met with tho same the Methodist chinch Sunday morning, now before the country as a democratic said of a majoiity of tho lazy scamps caudidate, but the method, the mean-- ' who are enjoying the government's reception. The fire was returned and it though he will not he able to preach at and the instruments, which have bounty, to which they are not entitled. is thought that one of the attacking par- 5IU Xenia in tin afternoon. He hopes Hand Saws, lames, hereaftei to be able to meet this apbrought him to the front are not such as If the Senator wants to know how the ty was wounded. Key H le Stvs, Horse Shoe, At McKoesport, li., two children of pointment will turn the houeBt democratic heart to Confederate Eoldiers feel on the subjeet Axes. It itchcts, Michael Lynch, a llreman, weie burned Horse Shoe Nails, him. Senator Hill may be and doubt- - of pension-!- , let him rpad "Happy Jack" Hammers, to death, another was pcrfmps fatilly Horse Brushes, leps is a very Rood man, but he keeps Mi'ler's open letter to Judge Lindsay, KEEP YOUR EYE burned and Lynch will probably die! Braces. Bits, Curry Combs, bad company and like poor dog Tray, he who will no doubt take pleasure in furDrawing Knives. from injuries received whila trying to' Hog Ringers, ON will sutler for it. The country will not nishing him a copy. Spirit Levels, rescue his family. ug R ings, take kindly to a candidate thrust upon John l Kizer, a New Albany con-- . Planes. Mattocks, Tni: Newport Journal's argument in Steel Traps, conglomeration it by that delectable fectioner, who has oeen treating his wife Shovels, Spades, Mouse Traps, as Tammany, and it i3 in no favor of Carlisle for president is eoplaus known badly for some time, shot her Tuesday Forks, I lay Knives, Sand Paper, mood to accept a Hill for a Cleveland. ible and pointed that like .Agrippa we 1 Trace Chains, New York democrats have "are almost persuaded" to believe tb at perhap- - fatally, aud ran off. Being pur-Lap Rings, Repair Links, The it is right, at any rate wo give it up when sued, he shot hiuwelf through the heart A Nice line Cutlery overdone the thing and in retiring Rope, Twine, Dog Collars. Cleveland, as they think, they have it propounds the question, "Neither Hill and died instantly. The Interstate Commerce Com mis likewise made Hill an improbability. If nor Clevelandlcan be nominated who -j sion decided that the Louisville it Cleveland cannot be nominated with then m tit as Carlisle?" and are inclined Round-hous- e, to the' villo road in granting free of "An eany convenof the democrats outside of to join in the! New York for him, it would be suicidal tion, Carlisle and forward steps in tariff City Council of New Orleans and to cleik of that bodv. violates the act to reform!" to nominate Hill, simply because the regulate eoniinertfe. political rinpstera of that State have dicJ. W. Lyle, son of a Lebanon lawTun jailer of Bath county deserves to no means sure that tated it. It is by yer, was arrested in Louisville for rob under the existing state of things he can have his name written high on the rolls WM IK IN- of an express messenger carry New York and without it the of honor. A mob of GO men attempted bing the trunk witii whom he roomed. He had been democracy stands little show of win- to make him give up the keys to the jail, hut he opened fire on it instead and on a protracted spree and the court let We had ning the next presidency. a reprimand. hoped with millions of the other demo- the whole kit left in double quick order. him off with OR Newport, Tenn., was shaken up by crats in the Union that Cleveland would Another proof that mobs are always a charge of dynamite placed under a sabe the nominee of his party, but Mon- cowardly and that one determined man "temperance" people, who day's work seemB to make it certain that can whip a thousaud and two can put loon by the had warned the proprietor not to open. 10,000 to flijdit, or words to th it effect. he likewise cannot carry New York. The establishment was blown to smith With him out of the question, the eyes Our stock of Men's, Boys' and Ladies' Shoes was STAlK.Mr.VT OF THE J. Soi'le Smith, the amicable Falcon ereens ami Btores adjoining demolished. of Kentucky democrats turn instinctiveAn Iowa court has decided that a ly to John G. Carlisle, whom the New- of the Louisville Times, has causal the Linoola Co, Building & Svins Association editor of a scurrilous sheet at Lexington restaurant keeper can refuse to enterport Journal has been urging upon the to destroy his issue of this week, under tain a negro if he choou's, the business n party for months, and of whom Mr. STANFORD, KY , It being a private one, like a dry goods or OH'uem Fanners II says: "He is next iu succession to pain of most condign punishment. ink . Trust Co will oil Jan. erocery store, 'and the proprietor may arut. sSgj, Grover Cleveland, as leaderaud embodi- is understood that a Than now &&Vc buy them direct from the manufacturers any one who comes in. ticle was printed in it attacking Judge sell or not to We Rement of the great issue of Revenue Dr. E. T. Breedlove, of Baltimore, Issue Another Series of Stock. can give you a better Shoe for the money than, can be found else eminence of abilities in Smith's character and abusing him genform, and in killed himself at Hurst's Hotel, St. Iou-is- . Any one setting a safe InycMment would Jo where public services and impersonal integrity, erally. He had been despondent because of well 10 invctligate. Weekly pijmrnH ij cent Hat made more altogether worthy, to wear his mantle Frank Huhd, of Ohio, says he is a an unrequited and insane attachment than S per cetit. mice oramatioii. Knatilct men and entirely large enough to fill it." of limned meant to Money loloan e candidate for delegate for the for I. N. Judson. The letter he left burns on kckI real etlalr. wcuica home. S. It. feilANKS. It I. DARST. and if chosen be will nominate with words of love for the man, whom I. S. HUl.HFS. Cai'T. Bolan, the deposed warden, is Cleveland before II. FARRIS. the convention. He he intended to kill, but gave it up. I N..MKNKKKK. W. A llllll.K. out in a red hot card in which he goes has In Lace Curtains, Scrims and China Drapery. J 11. I1AUGHMAN, , JOS. SKVERANCK seii him in the last few days and he A prominent business man of J. F. I'KVTON. for the governor like a thousand of told him he was a caudidate. Hurrah Pa., named George Grumbling, la- JOS. SF.V FRANCE. rreiMviit; bricks. He denies the allegation of for Cleveland ! Some very choice Patterns in nice Dress Goods; you would do well boring under an attack of the grip, chose J H IIAUGIIMAX Sc'y: cruelty to a prisoner and intimates that W M. IIIUUHTbTrcaiiirer. a novel method of committing suicide. to examine now and buy early. the governor prevaricated knowingly THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Breaking a pane of glass he placed his charge. The real when he made the See our 16 and lengths in Kid Gloves; White and Opera" T. BUSH, The Senate has very sensibly passed head and throat through the hole and and only reason for his discharge, he Color; all sizes. deliheraiely sawed his throat over the claims, is that he dared to support Clay the bill to appropriate $100,000 for Kenroughened edges of the glass, dying in a REAL AGENT, in preference to Brown for governor. tucky's exhibit at the World's Fair. A bill whs presented by Mr. Bliilpot few minutes. After devoting a column to calling the Ky. The Hill convention promptly tabgovernor ugly names and questioning to repeal a part of the local option law of Ihavecjutte a number of FARMS for tale ol (lie protest of the democrats w ho ophis integrity, the card closes with a de- Laurel, Jackson and Rockcastle coun- led the l.nuUin Lincoln icunty. very btst It posed the early meeting and the repre1heo t jrini are all veil improtcil ami good On all Winter Goods, mand for an investigation of the charge ties. rich lands, running in mre from 50 to 500 Aire Hon. D. B. Kdmiston has offered a sentatives withdrew and issued an ad- Considering then louiltiy, their richness ami has been made agiiiv--t him. But that of Mill. reciting the grievance and calling turnpike and Bolan is kicking againbt the pricks. Let bill to allow certaiu fees to sheriffs and dress that bring markclt right to our door, ihey others doing business in their own coun- a State convention, to be held at Syra- are cheaper than the I.Ji.dt of any other ounty In him take his medicine like a man. 'I th Mate cuse, May 111, to select delegates and al- ty oer mile here aMMntly a Kurin in the counties for the officinlsof others. fruin ilerct he count it checked with turnpikes running the democratic If Mr. l'ettit shall succeed in abol- ternates "to reprehent Mn. Clevuland addressed the stuThere is not a puhlii. road en con- - inevery direction party of this State at the national the county seat that i nut Macadainncd dents at the University of Michigan on ishing that sinecure, the register of the VL'IltKlll. We have the Kninvillti, llraiich of the I. A N II R. dividing th county from Kast to Vt and the tho night of the 22d and as usual said land office, which he has started out to cost. C. S. R R from North to )uth; the K C. R K FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. boincthing to make them think and bet- do, many of the other sins credited to Ironi thu place to Cincinnati, crotinir the C & U We have now in stock a good assortment of the Kuchcr S: Giblcr's at Winchester, giving full to the mnrletiol ter prepare them for tho active duties of him will be forgiven. Fiust CI.A88 clover seed for Bale. A. the whole world. Hciiiles, aciti have three large we The Legislature will he asked to Cameniscli, Tuinersville. life. An ovation followed, which showflour MilU ill the county that give us a market Imperial Plows, THE Plow of the day. Call and examine our Plows St for all our grain right at home; and the devtlop ed that his words were appreciated. provnie a; suite agent who will convey Home raided clover Heed, seed oats ment of the mountain regions ol Kattern and and get prices before you buy. Kentucky bv intlroads and llic outWhile there he was the object of dis- all prisoners to the penitentiaries. This freNh milk cow for Bale by V. II. Murlet Sonlh by railroad). ha created ueh a demand tinguished consideration by the citizens would, it is claimed, effect a great saving phy. for all Lmdsof cereali snd urovender that wecan Ct scarcely retain enough lor home consumption and at Detroit '.'0,000 people gathered at as compared with jaunts of sheriffs, '1 he people arc prosperous, generous and kind, William Morelaud bought of Wot reception in his Uonor. No American guards and jailers as by the present ar- End parties 11 head of extra butcher believing in Christianity and education. 'I here a is not a neighborhood in the county but lias a is so near the hearts of the people u.s rangement. gcod church and stud ut 2 Jo. Stanford, the county teat of Lincoln, is a pros The Senate Cominitteo on Claims Grover Clevelaud, who love him in V. A. Tribble sold for Lee Stone his perous nine city 01 anoui ,5i inhab, tains and is upito of the politicians' enmity aud will rejected the bill allowing a reward of farm of i)7 acres, on Dix Kiver, to C. 1). the great doorway from the North and Northeast South and from the Northwest to oiithest, continue to clamor for him for presi- $250 to Sheriff Moore, of Whitley coun- Powell, of Jackson county, at $'M. and standing as it does gating right Into the bosom of the undeveloped mountains of Southexsicrn ty, for arresting Montgomery Main. dent. DKAI.KK IN- Tlie I.NTKiiior. Joi'ienal Job Oflice Kentucky backed up by the whole charged with murder, and the memori region ol the State with railroads running through billn for C. V. it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally Editor Meacham, of the Hopkina-vill- al of W. M. Howard, of Lincoln, asking has just printed horse located towns in South for Kentuckian, denies the oft repeated that a reward of JoOO be Cochran, at Daleville, Miss. Mr. Coch- one of the besfand other enterprises the magnitude. manufactures of allowed him is a man of aiiHgocity and knows Water Works are now being agitated and right has been appointed a mag- for arrestiug Wm. Donigan, ran atory that he aboue the town ahouti of a mile charged could be erected Water Works with very istrate and adds that for two reasons he with murder. Mr. Howard claims that where the beBt and cbenpeht printing of there coAND PROMPTLY DONE. little that would supply a city of 150,000 incan never bold that office. He is minus he spent in arresting Donigan $174.75. fice in the country is located. habitants with the purest and best wjter in the world Our little city has been newly rebuilt in & All work warranted. Tine Watches a Specialty . The Charlotte, N. 0 , Chronicle, of the huge bay window usually to magis- There-wardhad been offered for the arthe last few yearn am! its business houses ard rc trates appertaining and he can't look rest and conviction of the parties named the 20th, has thisitem: "JanieH Martin Idences will compare with larger cities of greater I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods Uur merchants and tradesmen are wise, try he never so hard. We can and were not allowed because Main wan McFerren Napoleon Bonaparte Wash- pretensions. all prosperous and doing well Wc have two a capital stock ol $400,000 that arc vouch that the first reason is good and not convicted and Donigan broke jail ington Deauw, of Shelby City, Lincoln banks with and in a good condition. prosperous county, Kentucky, arrived yesterday at We have splerdid schools. We have a Female There are grounds to doubt ami escaped. sufficient. . d of College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu Wadsworth'n stable with a pils in attendance and under the prlncipalship ol the latter. the finest Kentucky mules that have Prof. J M Hubbard, is in a flourishing condiNEWSY NOTES. tion. We also have a Seminary that Is a good The Louisville Boat is out in a beautieyer been in the city. school, with Prof II F. Klakcmanat its head. We which is cut iu has o one of the best Public School buildings in The Illinois Democratic State conful new Spring dress, The sale of Mr. John Bright, Tues- this section of the State, with over too puptlt in and the latest style and fit like tho paper on vention will be held ut Springfield April day, was largely attended, but sales attendance, schoolwith other good private schools, arc excellent Horses you see our elegant facilities biillnmgs, representing wero unsatisfactory to him: iho wall. The Poat'B growth in public 27th. We have church every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers been steady and gratifying, Three white women at Covinpton brought S45 to $100; milieu, yearlings ol'fias .class talent and are doing favor has Is Receiving His a better busincnt olds, fM to $G0; ewes with than any cjasnof men In the city. aad best of all, it deserves the success were eeut to the penitentiary a year each and I have tried to make this statement as lambs thrown in $Tj.:J0 per head; corn in without anv exaggeration or coloring, as farts, it hMchieved. The paper is never so for stealing. those who know will bear n e out, and those who wish accomplished young Saturday the U. S. trensurer 0 the crib $. The land was withdrawn to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate geol M wb?n that ounces, or about 17 tons, of sil at $50. The owner thinks it well worth araong'4 good people with all the best surroundjtmrnalist, Judge W. M. Finiey, is at tho ings, would do well to call aud see me before pur Goods Warranted and ajPeriect Fit Guaranteed. Ghc me call. ver bullion for coinage. ' helm. $7o. haMDg vise where Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal F. WALTON. SIX : PAGES. All of the mpn appointed by Gov. Bucknpr have been made to walk tho plaik by Gov. Brown but Mr. Edward 0. Leigh, who was liiat privato secretary for the former and afterwards secretary of State. Gov. Brown ba found him eo indispensable that he has followed the same coutso of his illustrious predecessor and from private secretary ho has made him Assistant secretary of State again. The friends of tho popular young journali-- t are proud of his good fortune and complimentary of the anngosity of the governor in holding on to a good man as long an he can. Mr. Arch 1). Brown, a son of the governor, will succeed Mr. Leigh as privato secretary. ii JSL , SCHEKTB J - A. A. "WARREN first-clas- car-loa- d car-lo- ad pri-on- er LIBERAL OFFER: I . a 11 -- Cli-lan- JUST RECEIVED. h chil-die- n Wil-lar- GARDEN SEED FARHIS & HSLRDXlNr. Me-Kinl- to-da- I Hoai-d-Turne- r lejii.-la-ti-on am-bu-- h SHELF HARDWARE. 1 v 1 ' ed I J Na-h- coming. Freight divisions, R. R. Junction, CORBIN. She's 1 1 MoKXXTlTEir BROS. nine-tenth- s ry jia-i- es i Repair Shops, College & churches For particulars, Address CHAS. FINLEY, Corbin Imp'nt Co., Corbin, Ky. SEVERAN6E & SON, -- X z. Dry Goods, Notions, A Carpets, Shoes, &c. Wat-tereo- Never More Complete : seven-colum- n State-at-larg- t. The Newest : Things Nine-v.ih- II. 2o-btitto- n g ESTATE Stanford, GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRIGES uc-(.- ra rail-roa- d I Ladies' Dress Goods, Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, at first i r Men's and Boys' Overcoats and Ladies' Cloaks at South-catcr- n W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. school-hous- e. J ROBT. FENZEL -- l!liii-Gr- ii e WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY three-fourt- -t s car-loa- --HUMfUPLEY.-o- WritatfHpilttstt ... n bought-539,(J0- Spring & Summer Goods sV v 2 !. ,U jy5raM..Ci w -- - C "fls)r Interior Journal SrANFOiu), RAISING COLT8 ON THE FARM. FARM A HORSE AND DRAFT HORSE. Ky , February Useful HluM on tlioTrcntmrnt mill Injj of Cm 2(). 1892 W. F. WALTON. SIX : PAGES. II In Social i:iilHiirut. "Tlio ptiitncH of the went ure Kront places for wind," the otlnr ilny rviinirk-et- l Charley St'tirlva. of tlm Northern Pacific. "I u.stxl to have a Ktutkm out in NobnixJcii. right out tu tlm okjii prairio anil tlio way tho wlml blow win a caution, lint it wan a lucky wind for mo. At a Btatiou about tlitrH'on miles wost my irl lived, and as I had no Sunday trniiuor buttiiit'ss of any kind. would go up Micro and htay over Sunday Hut a livery hoic from Saturday night to iMonday morning cost me too much money, bo rigged up a nail on an old tioenr. All t had to do on Saturday night was to hoist my anil, pinh the tie car on the main track, and in lowi than an hour was at my journey's end. For moro than a year wont to Bee my girl every Saturday night my meant of that nail car. Pretty sleek, wasn't it?" "Yes, pretty tdeck. Uut do you mean to say that the wind lilew in the name direction every Saturday night during all that Unit?" 'Or courw I don't!' "Well, how did you mnnngoon those nights when it blew in the otlior " I I 1 1 direo-tioitf- "Kiiy enough. I had another girl at a Htation ilfteon' miles ciwt." MInson dan. Well Mi-nu- Uut i i. "What n Hweet cliildl" exclaimed tho nuiglilwr. "Yon." replied the mother. Hasn't ho a cunning little iiokoT "Ami ich funny fat cheeks!" "And a darling imld liuwir "A'mI micIj f.it. pudgy hands!" ' Yt (Tu lier luubaml) .loliu, do yuu know think the Imu.v Uft mere like yon ovary day" Now York Sun. I Id Kol.l it. Woman ol itio lltMi- - I Ihiw ndd ymtt a tUt. tizm tlnn't wunt Uw uiMdihif SicU linn. T;t! Podtlltir (wuile the dog ii j,'imwiiit In I Don't wait tin- - michiM- - umuiv Panlnti urn. ym haven't yirt sen half lt K)iutt gixxl It vfttnlHW the clMiiur tlntn any otber. att I in In thn-- i half the Hum It iMvir twiroff a inu lop) ton It "Good heavcim! Don't yon ww wtutt tho dug is d'Htiyy "Yon (uit a 4nyful unitiml Thi mucuitw, inn'Min umts l tmnp. tnke-u- p It room" "He'll tour ynu to pl- - If ymtv don't Kim, gol V blood, and I'm afraid I can't stop now!" "1 have to put up wi:h such t'liugs madam. Mini it's in a good onus Thi mauhirw i tbv IhmJ o:j tint ever w invontuil If can Mtivecd in iitrdii-inone into ti family I Mlwayp Iw! tb.it have done n leuevoliit act You cai use any kind of water hard or Knit, hot or" "Oil. Oh. Oh! He'll kill you: What i tho machine worthr" "It's worth a million dnll.iri in any family, but I'm selling It for only live dollars, and" "Horo's jour money I'll take it Tigol Tige! Let go!" "Let htm chew, ma'am let hiinohow It's a wooden log I'vo got uiinMior ono at home all ready for use when thin one is worn oiiU Looks as if wo wore going to havo rain Uoniouibur, you can Ubu any Kind of water, and if your soap is all right yon can thoro! He's gol tirod of it Good dog. Tige good dog! Woll. I must bo going Afternoon, ma'am." I g fnriiHMTr'ult! tie's taltl make htm to tho l)ost stallions within reach. Don't hesitate about tho stallion fee. as tho difl'orenco between tho best and poorest is not more than livo dollars to eight dollars, which is a very slight difforenco between the Iwst and (loorest colts. Af tor breeding the mare woik her right along carefully, feed well, but never gorge. A month or i wo before foaling provide tho miiro with n good box stall and small yard adjoining. Uy all means havo this yard fenced with loards; turn tho miiro loose in tho box stall at nights and in tho ynnl days when she is not at work. A fow days lwforo and after foaling feed tho mare very light, for fear or scouring tho colt Watch tho colt for a fow days tosee that it does not beconio constipated. After three or (our days, if tho colt all right, gradually raise tho inaro's feed to about all she will cat up clean. When the colt is a week or ton days old you may begin working tho niaro. Work very carefully for tho lirst fow days, and do not keep the maro from tho colt for more than threo hours at a timo. Do not lot the colt follow the niaro under any circumstances, but let him remain in the box stall until he Incomes used to staying without hor, and give him tho run of tho yard also When tho colt is about a mouth old put a fow oats in tho box ami ho will soon learn to cat. Let the mare and colt run in tho pasture as Keep them hoon no tho grass i good along in this way until about a month before weaning tho colt, then you may take the maro out in tho morning and not return her till night. Now gradually uicruMw tlio colt's feed. In about two or three weeks you may put the mare in with tho colt for an hour or two in the evening then take her out and tie her by herself, not returning hor to the colt until the next evening. In two or three weoks your colt will bo entirely voaned without feeling tho shock or worrying the maro Let tho colt in tin box stall or yard, feed two (punts of oat twice a day with u bran mash at noon three times a woek. Feed plenty ot good hay. water threo times a day and keep salt continually before tho colt Leavr the colt in the yard in tho spring till the grass is good. Now somo bright morning take the colt with an older horse to the pasture, bring them back to the stable at night. In two or three days you may take tho colt to the pasture without the horse. At night take him out a little feed, as this will Ho sure that ho keep him contented. 1ms found water Now ho may remain in the pasture until tho grass Iwgins to fail, then he should havo a Tew oats until about the lirst of November or when he should bo taken to a yard with an upeu shd and bo treated nbout the same its ho was tho iirsj win-toDuring the next year treat him Fotnethiiig as yon would your Mock letting him run m the pasture during tho summer and on blue grass pasture during tho winter, feeding tomo grain during storms. Now in regard to breaking my plan is not to touch the colt until I am ready to begin spring work. Then get the colt into the box stall, and putting the harness on carefully havo un older horso harnessed and load tho colt out ami tie him strongly to thohaine of the other horse. Ono ninu Uiko tho lint and another tho colt's bitch roiu. get them to the Held as soon as xssiblo, drive them r the plowed ground for an nour then hitch them to a brush made for that purpoM? Uejieat this operation for a dny or two and your colt will bo broken. -.- Mr Daxter at Iowa Farmers' Institute. rs r. Buy good young fillies or mares of which there is good proof that they aro not sold by hoiiio one else beoauso they are poor breeders or don't breed lit all, and the heavier the hotter Dreed them lt. llronlc SELECT FIRST CLASS Thin lib EWES. Threo IlliiMtrutloti Which Show How Threo pictures of sheep illustrato In a forcible way ono mistake in sheep brooding that U uiado by very many farmers. Too many farmers say that so long as they can stcure a lirst class ram any old ewe will au. 'er This is a mistake. It would pay fanners to slaughter somo of their ewes just as it would pay dairymen to knock u lot of their cows on the head. nintloctlon Tlint Partner and llroedera L,ott) Should llomcrulier. Lot on Main Street in Stanford Tho farm horso needs a pastern of difIn the corporate limits o Rowland. Containing t acres. ferent shape from that of tho draft horse 6 II I. DARST. Rowland. proper. Tho pastern has an important Ttrmi y. T R. WALTON, Stanltrd. ofllco to perform. Tho bones eorve to .IF VOU ARE GOING., throw the tendon of Mis foot which runs over them farther from tho center of We will pay the nbove reward for any cateol motion, and'inoro Mian this, net as springs Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, hick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation or Costiveness we can not THE to prevent concussion aud absorb motion cure with West's Vegetable Liver Tills, when the which with unusunlly short and straight directions are strictly complied with. They are vigetable and never fail to give satisfacpasterns is passed on to tho nppor por purely Sugar tion. coated. Large boxes, containing 30 tions of tho limbs and shoulders. Hence pills, 25c lleware of counterfeits and imitations. ne genuine manufacture oniy uy inejonnu, tho easy, springy, olastic motion depends III. for saie uy a K West mostly upon the length and obliquenesa ny, Co., Chicago, of tho piistorn. Tho dray horso needs Louisville 4. Mas Hvilic R. R. little of this sort of motion. Ho Is not I required to go faster than 'i walk, nnd jy. k. short, strong pasterns are preferred to Is the line for you, as its ifiwi r !a long springy ones. But wo must think something of tho horses kept on the A new and Complete treatment, consisting of Make close connections at farms Farmers aro beginning to study suppositories, Ointment in Capsules, also in box Internal, LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI this matter, which in tho past has been and pillf ; a positive cure for Lxter-al- . Recent or For all points. greatly neglected. Wo have reached a Wind or Ilteeding, 1 Itching, Chroric, never been Hereditary Piles Ins remedy lui fail $1 per box, 6 for $j; sent by mail. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. point where wo aro forced to stndy it known to HAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH thu terrible disease when a writ- for upon the postern depends to a great Why suffer from positively given with 6 boxes, to ten guarantee Is For any information inquire of extent the wearing qualities of the farm refund the money if not cured. Send stamp for L FOR SALE I Tor Sal I Twenty Building $500 REWARD. NORTH WEST, 1 Pen-93-i- yr rm xgg d'AfANEyi. .' 1 CURB Double Daily Trains . er's norso. For instanco, tho other day I hap riiir.r.ni.sa kwe. via. Fig. I represents a typo of owe that is always unprolitablu. Her wool is open and Huffy, giving her no protection in wet weather, and to this is duo the fact that she is rarely without a running nose. Her owner statos that sho is decidedly lacking in motherly instincts, as sho rears but indifferently the best of her lambs yu, has :tl ways been a very poor In form sho is very light in milker front, eweneoked and narrow through the girth. Fig. a i a Shropshire grado owo of superior met it In quality sho scores high, as will Ik. apparent in hor fine featured face and small bones. Yet sho is robust and never ailing. Her peculinr points are a very straight back and iton poneil to be driving a team of grade draft marcs to the buggy Ono tnare had two crosses of imported draft blood in her veins, the other but 0:10. As thoy tree sample Guarantee issued by A K. 1'enny, Druggist and sole agent, Stanford, Ky. Call for 7 samples. F. CLIFFORD, Agent, Stanford, Ky. Or W. W. PENN, Trav. Pass Agent, Junction City, Ky XJC4VT-v- KUVCgJ' ?PKfjA jrt EaA1N JL .A ?.& 'ffrJUEXt. cat-M- o, no. ii oood imnuuiNO i:wtt strikingly arched ribs, especially over the heart, which always gives her the npiH'itratK'c of iMiiug in plump condition. She is snuglv built, yet lengthy, a kind mother a hearty eater and a splendid milker when she has a lamb at foot. She has been a source of great profit to her owner Even when in low condition I'rUtt Alierileon Angus after suckling a lamb, she always has a ihu illustration sIiuw.h a inagni ficent fine apwr.itiet and is so thrifty that of one of the hornless beet before going mtotho sheds she is the si"tmen are rc;jhuintrtlip Texas steer breeds fn.it fattest of the Hook. s5? Fig 3 is her lamb when not quite eight Wm WtBlRHT'eW TiiI weeks old It was hired by a pure bred , !, ii 'i i Shropshire buck, and when dropped Man h 21 it weighed UV5 pounds. It is but an average specimen of the off- - and her pasterns being short and upright the shock was communicated to the entire front quarters, causing the collar to jolt up and down on her nock with every step. Tlio other maro. an aunt of the lirst ono. trotted along with scarcely a jar. and tho motiou of the collar consisted entirely in accommodating itself to the shifting iwsiuous ot the shoulders, there was no up and down motion ol the collar whatever. This mare's pasterus were longer and more sloping and ierformcd their duty of relieving the upper limbs and shoul ders from the concussion naturally catted by the feet sti iking the ground The one mare wont with a "chug-etchug' up aud down tm tion. the ottiot The smoothly easily and horizontally lirst mare will pull more, and probably wear almut us woll tu tho other under the conditions which surround tho dray horso nut she would not last at all tin dor the conditions which obtain on the western tarm Such a maro bhonld uever tie driven faster than a walk and the tune is not yet when tho western fanner can afford to koep work mares winch cannot trot without injuring themselves. Henry C Wallace in Breed er's Gazette y trotted along it was very easy to see Wen Nerve and Hrain Treatment, Dr. K which bad tho greater amount of draft a specificC.for Hysteria, Dizzincx, Fits Neuralgia, a blood simply by observing the top of the Hcadar-M'Nervous Protraticn caused by alcohol collar The feet of the "three fourths tr tobacco, Wakelulness,Mental Depretsion,decay, ot Drain, mamty, misery, mare struck the ground with a thnd death Premature Did Age, Pirrenneas, I.o of Power in either sex, Imnotei.cy, I.ucoirhtL? ar.d much after the stylo of a pile driver all Female Weaknesses. Involuntary Loses. Sper- , Soft-cmti- vatJ)T(0l,ISVIltt,HtWAt8"ArtCHICAto"I1,tC)- w&askzMJzmtsmijmm' ,..TO.. i; au-ln- g by over exertion of brain, Self A montn s treatment Abuse, $i, six inr Si by mail We guarantee s x boxes to cure Kach order for six boxen with $5 will send Guarwritten guarantee to refund it not cured antees issued only by A. R Penny, Druggist and sole agent, Stanford, Ky matorrhrc.1 caused rJ 'L'JGdCCAGdD, And., poWJIIIST ,.And Eve.'v (VaOtrth many women buffer from Excessive or Scant Menstruation; they den't know who to confide In to ret nrooer advice. Don' confide in anybody but try Bradfleld's SCANTY, SUPPRESSED Pullman Vcstibulnl RufTet Sleepers and Pull man Duffel Chair Cars on all trains through to Chicago without change. Go, via the Monon and get the Rest for the leatt money For information address IAS. I1ARKER, G P. A., Chicago. W G. CRUSH, D. P A., Louisville. 0 Specific for PAINFUL, PROFUSE. and IRREGULAR MENSTRUATION. Knosville, Cumberland G:p LouisTille J Book to "WOMAN" BRADFIELD REGULATOR Bold br all UruggUtB. mailed free. CO., Atlanta, Ga. south-roun- d. Double Daily Schedule, In Effect December to, - R. R. 1B9I. v?i ', rfes. lis ll.. OrMlLtS-WRvme Ail RcSTonvnve II A 1 jMTvtltj Tree &TA IT iT; i.. rrviii.. k Stanford Arr. Middlesboro Lve Middlesboro Arr. Cumberland Gap. .. Hamilton Springs..... Powell River Tazewell Lone Mountain Clinch River Oakman Washburn Powder Springs Luttrell Lve Louisville II 2 10 a 26 I pu pm 845pm 1 la a ro 7 08 am 744 7:0am am 7 33 7 38 a m Arthur 3SPm a 43Pm a 57 ..,. 3 23 l ro i f ffipsmarfm AIIKKDKKN wjmsr 9 . flm& r c ;w Ik rM Trouble Hinrovllil-Mi14uk r.tt r 1 1 nu 111 tick (JiKii) i:wb's lamb spring of thin ewe. When photographed .May 12 it weighed 4iiK; while on Sept 17, it weighi'.l exactly 100 pounds an average gam of alHiut four pounds per wis?k Mtiee its birth. Its grain feed limn Siiinu l!rt'ci!ii'. Tho Iowa Swine Breeders' association consisted mainly of cornmoal and oil passed at Its last meeting tho following meal, and latterly. cottoneed meal It has tho iustead of the oil meal. resolutionIttttolvcil, That the work of Secretary Itusk Btreng. lengthy Cranio to carry a heavy In oxtctiillnu tin.1 fornlgii markets for Ameriweight ot mutton when inado ready for can lli ntiM k nnil rcriwW iloMirvos our blronn-os- t the spring market- Shorter bodied cviinmoii'liitmti, mid that ronnum nliouM lambs may make a greater tnureaso ns pUv u nt the iliHiKHtat of tlio hucrelnry mnrile lamlw. but do not develop afterward us (uikIk lo f:irlliuue llic further extension well as strongly coupled lambs of sometlni- - mnrkeU Moro csoclidly Is uiant' mxtlisl to IncrcAM tlio Innpoctlon of mrk, u what lengthy body. Rural Now Yorker. enough phoudl phieo - of the old time in the west If the ized wsttle ui keep up theliardine.es and capacity for taking care of themselves that ttu'Texa.- breed showed then America will tent the world at tho beef bnai nuw,ii!i that sjfedily The prize heifer in the picture weighed 1,770 poiindu when she was 2 years 'J months and '.' weeks old civil- fW ANOOS lipiiy"y. . 3,s a .v s Malolity ville Ileverly K & O Junction...., ., Knoxville 3J?5irT i UN D" Lve K nox alio Arr K. & O. Junction.... Ileverly Maloneyville Corrylon Cnrrjton 348pm 350pm 411pm 4 27 pm 4 42 pm 5 22 Guam 336pm 833a m 8 43 Prn 756 a m am 949am 45Pm 10 a m 507pm pm loibam 535Pm' 10 30 a m a ro; 5 45 908am 933am 940am 03 848 a m am rnb 5 55 P mi 1050 a m Luttrell SArwiiirM HKIFKR. Of all forms, Dullnes3, Dizziness, Blues, Opium Habit, Drunkenness, etc., are cured by Dr. Miles' Restjratlvo Korvine, discovered by tho eminent Indiaua Specialist in nervous diseases. It does not contain opiates or dangerous drugs. Fino book of great cures and trial bottle Fhfu at druggists. Dr. files' Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. Ncuralgia,Spa8ms,Fits,Sleep-legsncs- HEADACHE! Oakmn s, Powder Springs Washburn . .. Arthur MIdd Clinch RUer Lone Mountain Tazewell Powell Uivrr . . Hamilmn Springs., Cuml rlpiul Gap.... -- 1047 a 11 co a 11 26 a 11 ia n In 48 a 11 7 9 35 10 10a mi 7a6p m 10 33 a m 7 45pm 10 3c, a m 7 47Pm am' 605 p m 6 i6p m 914 am' 631 pm 9 28 a ml 646 pm m 940am 6 36 p m a mj 12 p a ui m 739pm m m 8 36 p m m 848 p m m 854pm 53 a m 837P m 8 30 8 48 8 39 pm iiapm Lve Mlddl.sl. 10 Arr. Stanf- l - s! iro 12 15 n'n 912pm 938pm 03 235am a ra 7 For le by A K. Penny, Stanford. I'uUo of Aiiliiiuls. Tin pulse ot the hore can be most cumIv diiteeted npnti the lower jaw jtiid forward of the curved txirtion whore the artery itosmm the cord and bone at GM4.VSS ItOUTE." the suite 1 11110. it may also bo felt and often its pnltatinii seeli upon the long Tho ShortoBt and Quickest Route from ridjje above the eye, or may be found inCentral Kentucky to all points North side the elbow In health it beats forty Eaut, West and aoath-Wou- t. Fas TBIAIi BOTTjLE FREE. For any .uftirmatlon as to routes, rates, etc., apply to Agt., W. A. DLY, Acting Gmi'IP-s- s Knoxville, Tern. Kentucky Centra! R.R. "ElCK ONLY FOR A 1- - OO t DECKER BROTHERS GRAND PIANO AND A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION TO THE nt exUt. i'vr U nupplleri to isiliit iuspcctoi uhuro a demand for them Crlliblnc. Cribbing is not in itself a disease, but un-sou- of the digestive organs, bo that u cribbing horse may wifely Ik classed as They aro especially subject to it almost always produces derangement colic a trouble always liablo to lead to fatal results. Dakota Farmer. A , Uhicugo heavy milk in winter. now, unfortunately Bertha Then I'll givo oo my nut3 to To dry off your cows givo them dry mind till I come buck. Pacific Alotbo-disfeed The Athens Reporter eays that Mr. Roger Williams, of Herinon, N. Y is Tuntiililn;. Sho (gazing upward at tho old familiar keoping 127 cows, besides sheep nnd swino. on 100 acres of land, and about orb) How provoking it is! tho only feed ho buys is cottonseed meal, ho. what? "That 1 can never, novor seo tho other which he thinks adds two dollars per ton more than it lirst cost to tho valuo of side of that moon. Boston llorald. tho manure made. Tliouelilful Willie. Tho dressed beef exportation ia creepNurso Como, Willio, didn't you hoar ing up steadily on the livo cattlo shipyour mother tell you to como right into ments. Doubtlesa tho dressed beef shiptho houso? pers can get a largo proportion of tho Willio Stop 'minding mo of it I'so meat trade ot America if they are reasontwying to fordot it, Babyhood. able in their demands and do not undertake to carry the whole cattlo industry The World's nlmanar puts tho mini and cattlemen besides in thoir pockets. Then cattle raisers and ownem will very her of Siindsy-pcbotench.' r in the U. naturally "kick like u stoor," and they S. at I,15I,:M0 and tho pcholain at 8,GW, will kick over the dressed beef industry. l.'U! Kentucky is credited with 31, (k C Ono combination novor call control the Htid 225,801, respectlvelv. earth. It may come uoar it for awhile, but the bottom is bennd to full out after There are 1,385 young nipn's christ- a little. Don't kick colts and calves, bat pet ian associations in the U. 8. nnd Canada. them. Kick rather tho follow who kicks Tho totnl American memberahip is 225- ,thorn. oOPand they havo 231 buildings of their Exercise your horses several times a last! own valued at $0,040,03,). Their ' week in cold weather and do not let tiie year's current expanse were $2,032,127. iheep stay out in snow or cold rain. k of four pounds of wheat bran, ono pound of cottonseed meal and two pounds of Ilcrtlm'n WUdiim. cornmeal with good hay and ensilage Bertbn Orandma, isoor tcef good? Grandma No. darling; I'vo got none makes an excellent ration for a cow in Tribune Uto Stock rolu In. mixture prepared In tho proportion Ho-W- That The ulrt.i fiat the wool givos tasto to the tlesh. either by it, growth before butchering or by its touch in butchering, or after, is a very old 0110, but it is erroneous. The lle.sh of tho sheep pa takes of the davor of its feed more than does that of Mie steer or tho hog, and the milk still more, perhaps. But all tho apparatus oC , lands and tissues for the manufacture ot wool is situated in tho skm. and all its deposits aro mado there without affecting tho llesb. Tho disagreeable "s.'ieepy" Havor is imparted to meat by age. by bail feeding (or 110 feeding at all), and by delay in tho removal of viscera Let a sheep bo properly managed Croin birth to butchering, and the eutr.uls taken out with neatness and dispatch, and the carcass may bo wrapped in the skin without detriment, burring From tho enormous the preponderatife of tho breed, the much decried Merino tasto" is tho scapegoat for all the bad feeding aud worso butchering of the coiuitry. A sheep may yiold the best Ilesh of all tho domesticated animals or fowls or tho worst. Exchange U'oollj TiiHtn In .Mutton. Vurlola Vaccina. fl. C II. My cow has small lumps on her udder, which, after two or three days, contain a small amount of matter. These dry up after threo or four days, but similar ones follow. Somo of those lumps aro quite small, wbilo others aro larger. Roply Tho dise:iso is contagious by inoculation and may bo carried on, the hands of the milker from u diseased to a healthy cow. It always runs a definite courso, and unless thoro is a marked constitutional disturbance internal remedies aro unnecessary. If, when milking, Mie hands rupti re tho vesicles, leaving a raw, ulcerated surface, tho milk should be drawn wih tubes. Tho teats nay be dressed twice daily with oxide of aino ointment. Breeder's Gaaette. ol I , f 11 15 am Lve LtvinKSton Stork I'olntM. An Richmond.. w 41 am Every fanner can do porhaps half a t.ve Stanford 7 00 a m dozen things well, but he cannot do a Lve Lancaster .. 7 30 a in Arr Richmund.... 10 15 a in dozen Look carefully nbout and Bee Lve Richmond... p m 6 os am' what branch of tho live stock businosa Arr Winchester, i 41 p m 6 JS J in Arr Paris 7 p m 7 i best in your neighborhood will pay ": Lve m whether hogs horses, sheep poultry Lve Lexiugton . oo p m)7 00 a m 3 45 P tn Paris p mi 7 S3 a ni 4 $ p 37 beef cattle or dairying Then settle Lve Falmouth... 01 p m g j3 a m 5 3opm 35 p m tu 34 a m 0 37 p ra down to vor with might aud main for Arr Covington ... 45 n m 11 00 a m 6 45 p in the success cf that which you can do ArrClnciunmi n thcMaysvtlle Uranch, No 10. leaves Parts i best. Vou may havo other branches as IC. a maud No. tz. at 6it. n m. arriving at aysville at to 10. a m. and 810. u m. No. a sort of side issuo. to rest yourself with, leaves Maysville at 5 ao a m, arriving at Paris at but the man who succeeds thoroughly is 740, am. No.it leaves Maysville at 150 anr bound to coutino his labor to a few arrives at Paris at 4 10, p m. These trains are things This is tho age of specializa- daily except Sunday. No. 1, dally to all points except Rowland Divistion ion, which is daily except Sunday, No Lexington to Cincinnati. runs daily Hear what L. S. Coffin says in The Except3 Sundays: from daily. No, t runs Breeder's Gazette: "l know (make that stations except the No 4 'know' very emphatic) that running on Rowlandruns daily from all daily except Sunday. Division, which is 6 daily except Sunday. tho name pasture iu summer, on the No. No dally between Cincinnati and Lexington Bamo feed in winter, a high grade Short- Excepts Sundays horn steer will bring me from 60 to 100 No 16 Paris and Lexington Accommodation daipor cent, more not profit than tho com- ly. Leaves Lexington 10:00 a. m. Arrives Paris 10:45 a mon native or scrub." No. 7 Filmouth Accommodation; leave Cincinnati 5:1s pm. Arrives Falmouth 7 03 p ci daily In testing cows for milk, or different except Sunday. No. 8 Leaves Falmouth 600 a m. Arrives Cinbroods of animals for any purpose what55 a m daily except Sunday. ever, remember that they must be of the cinnati 7and 3 make connections at Winchester for No. the N. N. A M. same ago. or tho test is no good. Young points oncarries through V. R'y, . D. cars from Cincinnatito No. animals must always eat for growth and Middlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all in fattening too: old onfes only for fatten termedlate stations and runs daily. S.R.KNOTT, C. P. ATMORE, ing. 1 Traftc Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt. General office, Louisville. Ky. Maturo animals fatten faster than S. F. B. MORSE, Gen! PassVr Aft., Office Chamber ot Commerce Buildiag.Cincinnst jroung and growing ones. S E timi's a minute and whon more rapid it denonw fever or excitement. It slower weakness In cattle it may be found over the middle of the first rib, or in tho artery upon tho aukle joint ami tdiould beats a minhavo from fifty to fifty-fivute In .sheep it is easiest found near tho middle of the, inside of the thigh and to eighty times should beat hoventy-fiv- e per minute Although not included in the query, wo adtl that the rapidity of breathing is often as indicative of disease as the pulho, and while the norso naturally breathes nine to twelve times ior minute, cattle vary from eleven to or slower indi fifteen tunes, and cates nearly the same thing as it does in the pulse, unless it results from overox ortion. -- American Cultivator. e fa-ste- THROUGH rRAlNS CINCINNATI TO Mil) DLESHOROUGH and J EM.ICO nntl. Lino botweon Lexington and Clncin WEEKLY ENQUIRER Decker Bro. Grand Upright Tiano, $650.00 Gladiator Watch and Case 30.00 A. Lemaire 24 lino Field Glass 20.00 A. 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Only thoe willing to work, ladiea or gentlemen, md ' Chkmm', 9. u.j e. te jati ij.. nV-v- st . a fff Hf wtTy:?f"f r f. vr' oemi-Week- lv Interior Jouknal I ealil 20, 1892 SHARED. It In the meadow pnlh. I f.ny It on tlio mountain stairs The best things nuy mortal hnth Are tlfoso which every mortal shnrc. Tho air u breathe, the sky, the breeze. The light without us ami w Ithl- nLlfe, with Its unlocked treasuries Uotl'a rlihes arc for us to win. Tlic Krawi Is softer to my tread. For rest It jlchls tiumimtivml feet: Sweeter to mo the w lid roso red, Because, she makes tho whole world sw eel. Into your heat enly loneliness Stanford, Ivy., February B.O.WALTON, Bus.ManuKer Is n Kcmnrkitblt) HnorRy Ulilrjel hy n laborer Who Va Auxlnim fur n Home. Edward Pnllcn yonng engineer nnd man of family, who for several years lias worked in ono of the down town factories. He came hero from tho east several years ago and settled down to work ut very moderate wages indeed. For years ho paid rent out of his scanty earnings, but nino months ago he determined to try nud purchase a home for his littlo family It was in carrying out this purposo that ho accomplished one of the most amnsing nnd at tho Biuuc tinio novel feats probably ever informed in tho building lino. Air. Pnllen told his story to u reporter who visited him. Ho purchased n lot near Newbury, on the Berkeley lino, about nine months ago, securing it at n cut price upon tho condition that he would build on it a houso to cost not less than $1.'J00. Tho young engineer paid his first installment of $00 and then looked about for some means of building on his acquisition. Hid meager salary of $1U u week was And mo In every guest you uIohs Who reverently your inslery seeks. And up the radiant vopled tvay Thai (icn Into worlds unknown, delight to ray. it tt 111 lni life'snot heaven for me. alone." "Heaven Is pmcrty-Su- ch through my Rich wealth wore hideous! I am blest Out) In what they share with me. Lucy Larcotn. Yc welcomed me, () Miletnn ix'akst MET HALF WAY. i f scarcely self supporting, but out of it he He designed managed to save ."() roughly the plan of a house to contain a basement, n story of three rooms nud a second story of two rooms. A carpenter was hired for $"() to erect a more skeleton or frame without steps, windows or roof, or in fact anything except tho baro walls, and entirely unlloored and unfinished on tho inside. Then commenced Pillion's wonderful exhibition of pluck and patience. He built a temporary kitchen of rough boards close to tho frame, put a stovo on tho bare ground, projected a piece of Btovepipe through tho roof and set up a habitation there for himself and family. Ho works in tho city from 0 a. ui. to 0 p. m. In the night, after 7 o'clock, by candle light, he labored until morning nlmost with hammer and saw to make his modest home habitable Out of hi scanty wages ho appropriated every possible dollar to the purchase of planks, pipes, nails, windows, doors and other building materials lie laid the floors plank by plunk: tacked canvas across the window gaps to keep the chill night winds from his little ones, and took across tho liny on his shoulders every picket ami plank that now form his homo. By degrees the house took form the windows were placed in position the glius panes put in pantries made The walls and ceilnnd pumps erected ings of the rooms were covered with heavy duck canvas sized with glue anil varnished into a resemblance to real Picket by picket tho fences plaster. were built, uutil now young Pullen has nearly completed his heroic task All Lorin and Nowbury wero acquainted with bis curious enterprise, nnd he was often been on his roof far into the night hammering away at shingles and erecting clnmnoys. in tho midst of his work the former owner of the property came around and was angry becauso Pullen had, as ho thought, broken his contract as to the erection of Pullen paused in drivn $1,000 house. ing a picket to calmly answer that ho "hadn't got done building yet." and that ho thought that by the timo tho house was finished it would have cast $1,200 Night after night the young home- maker crossed the ferry with ti bundl" of pickets or n joint of pipe, and thus, "with interludes of a few hours sleep nightly ho hammers away Thus far ho has expended in all about $050. and hoi owns by all odds the cheapest houso in California. San Francisco Uhroniclo. j Some Uitsliius Men at Lunch. There aro certain classes of business men who never forget their manners until they put on their hats to go out to lunch They are tho pinks of perfection in their own homes and their politeness to ladies on the way down town is simply excruciating They never fail to bid their clerks a courteous "good morning," but. whon they sit down to partako of their midday meal they indulge tn practices that would speedily relegate uny of their children to the seclusion of their owu rooms and n diet of bread and water if they wero ever to commit such breaches of otitiotto nt the homo table. They pour their coffee into their saucers unth tho air of a street arab. and blow it in order to hurry tho cooling process. They plant their elbows on the table, and aftor a terrible onslaught uion tho viands, their knives boing prominently brought forward as u means of conveyance, they push buck their chair, throw their napkin on tho table. 6ecure a toothpick and rush forth to once again tho punctilious and courteous man of business. Philadelphia Times. bo-co- Dakota: While a little girl was skating on tho Missouri river she fell into an air hole. Tho swift current swept her quickly under tho ice and down tho river. Ono hundred and twelve feet further down she came to an air holo, where a young man who had seen tho accidont was ready with a grappling book and fished her out but littlo the worse for her experience. The Interviewer at Large. The ubiquitous interviewer has capped the clinms by interviewing tho eligiblo yonng mon of the town as to what they would say and think and feel if some yonng lady should take advantage of leap year and propose to them. It seoms Mcrilegions to pnt such unhallowed thoughts into the innocent minds of young men. New York Sun. Duetlug Carved Farnliure. A new. aoft brash k a good thing to dost carved furniture with, as the psnetraw thadaepset erevicaa. Mew York Journal Uendy with n llnok. The following story comes from South bris-tla,w- ill ! i Ho was the man who enmo last to ship as fcoanian aboard the Warrior, as she lay in tho harbor. A lino two masted bchooner was tho vessel, nnd Captain ScmMer was properly proud of her as 6ho lay .'.longhido the wharf receiving cargo and tmssi'iigers. Sho was to sail with twenty souls upon her sovonteen mon, two women and a lady's maid. At the last moment tho captain decided to augment his crew by ono man moro. Ero ho made a move to engage ono, ho heard u man's voice saying: alive, mon!" "Please tell me where tho captain And otic alter another did ho awaken is?" by rude shaking and warm by his faced tho speaker, who rough eludings. He turned and was a tall, gaunt fellow of thirty years Some caught his spirit, and by tho or thereabout, with Mich difiidenco of lnbors of their weary muscles they manner as required some courage in their frozen blood in quicker motion. bet him to look the captain squarely in the "But what use?" cried one. "Tho end face, when the latter gruflly said: imi&t come." "I'm tho captain." "Aye. but there's onechnnce," shouted The man stood still in an awkward now loomt-- up largo the coward, attitude under the captain's stern gaze nnd resolute. who "Look! the sea has rolltd before so back as if unablo to find and loft the bar uncovered. A fierco a glance. Ho dropped his dull gray man could run ashore on that, maybe, eyes to the deck and doffed his now while the sou hold back." shapeless hat. and spoke, nftor a gulp, Twu nun laughed madly. in a low voice that slightly trembled: "Aye. ma) be! Look "If you please, may work mv passngo with savage sarcasm. uow!" said one, out?" The The The captain was moved by this speech swelled coward looked. tho sea had up and hidden kir far atuuse-inento n faint facial demonstration of its foaming waters. A pretty sailor this big, shame"Yet one may try!" cried tho coward. faced mnn would make! The captain "Try you then!" shouted tho other. studied the applicant's appearance in deN.w it is hard to meet death half wny. fellow he was, with an tail. A homely man's nature to wnlk unhealthy brown lino to his .skin, a fore- It is against Even though he knows to it some Hues of sorrow head into which bo coming he has tho hoio or the cowhad been wrought, roving oyos that mot shrink one's glance with a slightly startled look, ardice to no sailor from it to the last. Therefore a haggard face without whiskers, a re- into tlint sen or diiroof them would leap tho deed suggested ceding chin, bent shouldors and a graceby the coward. less way of wearing his faded and fray"If sttcud. will you follow at the ed attire. Red hands and long wrists noxt fall of the souf he asked. protruded from tho two short bleoves of "What one man can do auothor cnn.' his womout blouoo. was the reply. "What do you know nlout sailing?" Tho coward looked ashore. Sullenly asked tho captain in a tone of ridicule. the waters rolled apart. Tho sand bur "Not much, sir. I've worked with fishermen, and I know a littlo about was naked. Tho man jumped from the gunwale hih! mu. handling'a binack." Tho jMJoplo on "I reckon we don't need you. Ever with waking the vowel watched him iuw and cessation of been on a schoouer before at nil." breath. The hundreds of islanders on "Often a.s a passenger, hir. 1 know shore stood silent, thrilled, eager. No I'm not u seaman, but I'll do anything. word was said: only tho sea sjwke. I want to get back to my people." The man ran bhorewurd. with shoul"You look stiong enough: but why do dors and head bent forward and oyos you hang your head uko that? One sot. Tho sea rose on both sidew of him. would think you wero n coward." Tho lingo waves walled his roadway. "1 am," said the man, in a low voice. The rojJwuy begun to narrow. A "What! ami yon admit it?" turbulent high ou moved in pursuit of "Yes. Why not? I've fought hnrd He lengthened nnd quickened his nitiko him. against it, but I can't help it. stops. It was a raco between so small a up my mind to Ikj bravo enough, but thing as man and so great a th;( as a when the time comes for it I'm afraid." tho storm impelled ocean. The captain had uever met such a The ocean won. With a great roar it character as this before, and ho was in- came down upon tho man. But ho terested. A few other loungers on the would not n flank, with his taken wharf stopped to overhear tho conversa- back to his enuuy. inHo turned and tion, their attention first being attracted faced the sea. He leaped into it head by tho great height of tho man. foreincwt. Afterward his IkxIv was cast "Afraid of what?" asked tho captain. the Itcuch. Tho ocean had toyed "1 don't know. Of death, I suppose. uton with it, and had then thrown it back to This is how it is: came from homo own kind. with a comrade: I go back alone. One itsThose on the island saw that when tho day when wo wero out in a littlo sloop a death a smile was storm came up. nud in a sudden lurch of mnn turned to uieet discovered ho was on his face. He had tho boat my partner was knocked over- not afraid to die. Truo Flag. board by the boom. In half a minute tho bout was several fathoms away from A Itlddtt- Making llpiich. him. Ho couldn't swim." Tliero have been epochs at which rid"Why didn't you throw him a line?" dle making has been moro especially in asked a bystander. vogue, and such epochs would upieur to "Because 1 was afraid for my own occur at seasons of fresh intellectual didn't daro to let go awakening. Such an epoch tliero was coward's lifel tho tiller for a moment. I stood thoro at the first glimmering of now intelstupid with fear, afraid to leave tho tiller lectual light in tho second half of the for an instant, afraid of death. 1 felt Seventh century. This was the ago of liko a man paralyzed. As the boat rose Aldhelm, bishop of Sherlorne. tho first and fell on the waves 1 watched my in the roll of Anglo-Latipots. lie friend struggle in tho sea. 1 saw him left a considerable number of enigmas in throw up his anus: I saw his faco whito Latin hexameters, and they have been with terror: heard him cry out 'Save ropontt dly printed. met' and then he must have read what Aldhelm died in T0i). Beforo his time was in my scared face, for he shouted thoro was a collection of Latin riddles 'Cowardl' and sent mo a look of hate as that loro the name of Syuiphosius. Of the wateis covered him up. 1 don't this work tho date is unknown; wo only know how I made laud, but got in safo know that Aldhelm used it. and wo may after six hours of tossing, when tho gale infer that it was then a recent product. fell. I'd give my life, if 1 only could, to Tho riddles of Syuiphosius were uniform know that wasn't a coward, but whon in shape, consisting each of three hextho timo comes to show it I haven't tho ameter lines. Conihill Magazine. power. Yon don't know tho shame of it, sir, but you would if you could seo niru miii in nh is. that look on my comrade's faco, and if ' At a boarding school girls will do anyhis Inst cry rang in your ears day and thing to see and speak with u reprenight. Cowardico is upon me liko a sentative of the sterner sex, especially if curso. It's tho blight of my Jifo, sir." it is forbidden to do 6o. A novel way of Such evident shame and grief wero Incoming acquainted with the boys, as upon the man's face that all who hoard, practiced in the bchool montioncd, is to including the captain, wero moved to have some girl who is acquainted with 6omo pity of his state, and so much curi- tho boys make an appointment with them osity hud ho excited in tho captain's at a certain plnce "out of bounds," or, in mind that ho was employed for tho voy- - other words, on forbidden grounds. Then th crowds of schoolgirls will uge. When tho Warrior hoisted sail an hour march down to the placo whore the souls aboard. academy boys aro nnd be formally inlater sho had twenty-on- o Tho captain classified them thus: Seven- troduced to "tho young men. When the teen men. two ladies, a maid and a cow- prim yonng l.idics return hom their ard. mammas cannot object to their acquaintThe Warrior hud good winds at the ance, as they were formally introduced btart of her voyage. But ono night a ut college. Buffalo Times. wind rose and at daylight thoro was a Wire as Fin as Hair. heavy galo. Whitecaps danced wildly Wires as line as a human hair .003 npon tho waters of tho sound. The perturbation of tho sea was becoming fright- inch in diameter and even finer, can be termed "microful. Tho vessel wis driving straight on gauged by instrument to a rocky coast Tho passengers, pJo meters." Theae instruments, are beautiwith dread of tho coming catastrophe, ful pieces of workmaxshlp. Mechanilashed themselves to the deck or clung cal News. siK-ec1 bo-uen- tb to tho rigging. Captain Scudder shouted tho warning of tho doom of tho Warrior nbovo the sound of the sea. "Nothing tinder heaven can chango her conrsel' Yet he and Ins crew strove nevertheless to the last, livery ono on board know that the vessel was drifting rapidly, that soon she must strike nnd be dashed to pieces. The sea swept her deck and broke over her musts. Seven men hung to the rigging for life. They Iwked ashore. Only lf0 yards away stood a group of islanders, as helpless to succor thuso in peril as the latter wero to save themselves. Now the position of the vessel was this: Whore Sandy point drops beneath tho sea it does not end. but it is prolonged under the water, making thus n perilous sandbar. Out tiHu this bar was the Warrior. The island tide from the east anil from the west meet here. Thore is no more terrible place in a galo than that where two seas collide. The storm grow. Such was tho work of wind and sea that times were when tho sandbar from tho shore to tho vessel was swept naked. But its nudity was speedily buried under heavier seas. Passengers and crew, fatigued with labor and los of sleep, assailed by a biting wind, at last succumbed to chill and numbness, and made no more effort. Then iirtN) one of their number, a tall, gaunt fellow, whom the captain had called a coward in harbor, and he proceeded to lolnbor them and to keep them active, that they might not perish from the cold. "There's hope yet!" he cried. "Keep THE WIOL.ABD JliiSliBSii (LATR Al.KXANDKR'S HOTEL,'. POULTRY AND GARDENING. THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Kates $2.50 Per Day. Cor. Tho Two I'lt Together Liko lloast Lamb and .Mint Sauce. t. 1 Along with the poultry raising ovory ono should run n garden, for two reasons; First, uearly half of tho feed for tho chickens in summer comes from the garden: nnd second, tho poultry manure ought to bo sufficient fertilizer for such a garden on ordinary soil. Thoso aro two items generally overlooked in poultry raising. It is cheaper to raiso tho food in your own garden than to buy it, nnd over and abovo all of this you will have nearly enough to supply your own table with fresh vegetables all through tho whole summer. Tho poultry needs green leaves, green food, roots, berries nud seeds, and a great amount of all of these can bo gathered for them in tho Where poultry is not kept garden tliero is a gro.it deal of wasto in tho garden, for the green tops of vegetables, half grown roots and pods aro always Tho timo spent in useless for the table cultivating tho garden might legitimately lw put down iw conscientious wotk for tho jtoultry. At tho cud of tho year there would bo so much saving in tho cost of fooL Then tho outlay for tho garden would simply bo for seeds, tools, labor and interest on the land. The poultry matiuro wo are going to make supply all the fertilizing material for tho soil Tho txmltry droppings should be gathored at lc;ist weekly from the hen roost or tho yard and sprinkled over with fine dust Tho lKst plan is to tako every barrel of this mixture anil dump it into a quantity of muck gathered from some oud near by. Mi the two up thoroughly, and a good fertilizer is prepared both for spreading over tho ground and for dropping in the lulls and rows. The poultry matiuro furnishes plenty of mineral and heating elements, while the muck is rich in nitrogenous material, decayed roots and e plants The danger in using poultry tn the drills ami lulls is that too much will bo put in. so that the seeds will be hurtled up. but when it is thoroughly mixisl with muck this danger ts partly removed After the tirdeu crop have all Ihhui gathered in the autui in the chickens should Ikj turned into It for a ninjie They will dig down into the soft, mellow ground and mot out all tho worms ami grubs that may Imj preparing for a winters hibernation They will also snatch up the seeds of weeds and foreign Iwvlios and prepare tho ground for use the Those items aro seldom taken into consideration by tho-- writing about poultry hut in the long run they furiiih no very small profits. Atiniu (J. Wob-bto-r m American Cultivator mn-nurub.x-sprin- Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. W. If. LOGAN, Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. A. W. Jones, J J. Jefferson, Court-Hous- e, Mnnaeor. T.S3 Walton's Opera House, WALTON IIROS., Proprietors, STAITFOH3D, - - - KY.. with Large stage, plenty of scenery, "seats 500. good attractions solicited. Engagements The Oliver Chilled Plow VI Has manyimitators, but no equal. Don't be deceived by something be as good. Buy the Oliver and you will have the best. I 'said to am the only agent here and extras bought elsewhere are bogus and will not give satisfaction. Prices reduced on both Plows and Repairs. J. B. FOSTER. C MENEFEE, SESIi DOORS MP BLIKDS, SINK SINE J N. MKNKrrv & IDEA. LE5FIS IIST Kough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, and Verandah Work. Hr.ickets V70VSIT OfHec WIRE A1TD SLAT FEXTCE. Central Kentucky. - - - Stanford, Ky. in The best selected stock and lowest prices and Yard Depot Street, Lnintdnj;. Now is about tho timo of year whon 'unowned" Intuits commences, and I wish to say to any of your readers who may huvo the annual wail regarding wroiimindcd sheep that disown their offspring that thoro is a sure euro for it oeototooo 0 Tko naiAlloit.PUl tn the Worldl thclr-tursortlio A SucccsHful With Specialist, ! 1 1 - 1 n 1 1 1 U and not Mtoutod. The euro H to feed the owe plenty of g com. Tlirlr le ami good hay and gram for at least two lurnittWcm for thr tio of children ( mouths before she lambs UBilptrton with weak laoiiLAchs. Jtor If a ewe Iiils fat on her ribs and udders full of milk she will owu hor lambs ninety-t- --.tliiiynr Inraluahle a tliycani the ,. ime times out of a hundred, and this pruMdttfR4lrultAtr, oourUti tlit IhmIjQP nrd paMoirnaturallyMrlttioutnauBfa remark will hold good eveti with young or erlplnz. Itoth lic of Tutfn I'llU Merinos coming with lamb for tho hr.it urn ofn by all ilruvsUt. Dcxit. umall. lTlre, 23c Office, 30 1'arU I'Urr. N. Y. time Whore many lamb--i cotno in tho same pun at tho same timo. young owes frequently get confused and loe their A: lambs, but when a system of marking each lamb at birth and iM mothor with the same mark is used, and a few stalls Co. aro lit ted up for hay. grain and water, where the ewo and lamb can bo confined 'Cbctapmlr A Ohio IU ule apart from the others, this difficulty Philadelphia will bo overcome Baltimore, Now York, When a ewe dtsowna her lamb it is in most every cay lecnuso sho tins very Old I'omt ami OieSfuihoipail,all Fattrn itira IN KFKrCT NOV. n. 1S91 little milk, and nature teaches her to look out for uumbci one Kit il.imll'd Accom. Acco Kj Dailt Daily .Many ieople do not realize when a EAST HOUND Mail Dall; Dally Li !ti Kl Ml Bheep is thin in tho winter or spring, Lye l.eungton. . 6 00 p 'MO J jop Wiftcuetter . simply because of tho heavy covering of " 4 V 11 30 pyu i Mt StttliRK 1 IJ p I' 7 35 P i wool that covers up sharp angles to Daily. e some degree, and think it doesn't need Air Ashland... II IS to a; " Catlnuburi;. al 10 j 9 much care and feed, but can get tho prin' Htintir.gtan i jo 10 47 9 V iUs living as a sort of nil " Waihincton. 6 a cipal part of is " Chiladclphia. 10 4) 5 60 around scavenger but tho fact is that Arr New York a j o uo animal will so quickly and surely Daily rc'iuiy tho thoughtful ownor in cash for WBST HOUND his careful attention and liberal allowMuniingtaii.-35 p a 45 ance of the iwM water, hay and grain, I.ve CaileUnburtf 6 00 a $4 p 7 14 pi... " t j a P . 6 j; a a OS no annua! will bo a poorer invest" A.klaml.. and 7 )7 p lli. Sh.I ment than a half starved sheop. Mt Slerlitii fio 99 )8 ' 55 pt 11a 1. for one never had any troublo in " Wincliwtcr.. M 13 af l7 oj a 1 45 p Air I.cnnK'" ... t 03 pi 6 Jo lambing because my owes woro too fat. " lx.ui.lllc. .. 3 is p 9 JO 7 40 I'll' Jo once had the misfortune to fatten for mutton fifty old Merino owes that Tniitnt Vratiluli'il 'I rnin rHtTda'lly III connec had all tnkeu the ram. although un- lion with Chtnaptakc .V Ohio "K V. V." to New lambs, York Mull I'raina run ilally and make local lpt known to mo I raised forty-ninKhi and the ewes were about as fat as com bctwetui KrxltiKton and Huntington. Huntington and Morehrad Accuintnndatlont nud alfalfa liny could muko thorn at tho run daily. ' time they dropped, and I kept thoin so I.exinKtcn and Morchcad and LealiiRton anil Mt Sterling Accc mmodattont run daily except until green grass emtio, tho lambs grow- Sunday ing meantime full as fast as they would Through Sleeping Cara t' and from Wathmgton and New York without change have done xm grass. Nature very seldom makes a mistake, or full information in irgard to raiei, routes. and a strong, healthy, fat owe will guard Ac , apply to any agent of thia or connrcticg linei her lamb as carefully as a mother will V0F.llUNTINOTON, C L. IIKOWN, V I' and (. M , G P A , her child. If a man can't afford to food I cxington, Ky two sheep woll, lot him keep but ono. O W IIARNKY, W.h HARRISON. O M , Lexington, Ky T i'. A., Athiand,Kjr J. H. itosoukrans in American Shoop Breeder. Scientific American Agency for Koine Now York Stock. At the llornollsvillo fair Mr. Lyon Jersey bull that Bhowcd an furnishes motive power for drawing hay, helping tho team up hill and taking either horse's placo in case of accident, lie has a horse collar fitted to CAVEATS, THAOE MARKS, him and with iron bamea and chain tugs rjf:SIQN PATENTS VaaHaT COPYRIGHTS, ato. drow 4,300 pounds on a pair of trucks. For information and froo Handbook wrlto to He weighs 1.IM0 pounds. Some Choshiro munn a co an nitoAnwAT. nw youk. pigs shown by A. W. Crandall woro exOldoat bureau for aocurirw patenta In Amorlca. brought Krory patent for a Hie public by atakon out by ua la of charge before tra. Tho old eow was a model tn the notlco given tree painter. Sho has given birth to sixty pigs in four litters and reoeivod fivo first premiums. Tho Cheshire U in my opinLareeat rirmlatlnn of any adentiflo paper In the ion the best hog for growta, disposition world. Unlendldlr Uluatratod. No Intelligent man ahould be without It. Weekly, SStSH a and easy keeping thai oas be found. Tear CO, U0 alx montha. Addreaa MUNN rcBUMnaa, sn Broadway. New York. B. 0. in Rural New Yorker. e Tuft's Tiny Pills 9 uroTcrrKtuall, ytjiiull lurvr Tutt'a I'llU ithlch o Itare tmniopt .arfor thirty jcar. uigur-routln- stae p .tl"n 9 Sick Headaoh L fill 'r Newport News Mississippi Valley Washington, K .a 1 1 l DR. D. D.REA The . SurgeonSc Specialist Who hat created tu h a cntatuin 'in and around Iiuitville, Ky , by curing dlwaici that almott baffled the iiicdual Iratirnitr ol the countiy Dr Rea hut charge of the KlrUncal and Surgical Department of tl.n Medical and Surgical In ititutc, Loiiliville, Ky j . 1 .1 1 He will visit Stanford, 11 At Myers House, Tuesday, Mar. 1, Returning ever) mouth during the )ear to re main one day. Dr. Rea hat been connected with the latgett hoipitalt in the country, and haa no tupcrlor in diagnotirg and treating dlieatei and ddoimltie lie will give Jjo fir any caie that he can not tell the ditcain and where located hi fio muiutet Ho will return to Stanford cveiy month tint year to remain one day Trcatt all curable Medical and Surgical Dueatca, Acute and Chronic Catarrh, Dlieatet ol the Kye, Ear, Note, Throat nnd Lungt, Dyipcptia, Diteate, DIahete, Kidr.eya, Uver, IlriKht' Illadddcr, Chronic, Female and Sexual J)lieait. Kpilepty or fitt cured A poilti.c Guarantee. 1 o YOUNG & MIDDLE AGED MEN Spermatorrhea and Impoteney at in youth or execta in milliter veari and other catei, producing orae ol the following efTecti at eminlont, bloichet, dem-ht- y. nervoutneti, ditrincit, confuUlon of ideai, averalon luaocictv, defective memory, and ae. ualexhauilion, which unfit the victim for bualnesa Suhering thoretultof telfahuie from 1553352 1 or marriage, aro permanently not Injuriout. cured by reutdiet at tore iog of the hair, pain in the bonea, cruptlona, etc, are perfectly eradicated without uilng mercury other injuriout drugt. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Stricture and all Urinary and Kidocy Trouble! are apeedily cured by treat merit that never failed. He undertakei no incurable catet, but curea thouaandt given up to die. Remember the date and come early, at hit rootna are alwayt crowded wherever he ttopt. Blood and Skin Dlsensea. Syphilii and complication!, throat, fall Sf rictttiiic Jmmcatj CONSULTATION FREE. Correipoadenccjiollcilt d and confidential. Addreta a MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE, J13 4th St. ,toulvllle, Ky. tt r Semi-Week- ly r I Tiir warm weather of tho pisl few days hns set tho gndeners to work, but rain and colder tomorrow will Wanted. Firm, fresh yellow butter show them they are a little too previous. Btanfoijd, Ky Fkhkuary l'f.. 1802 At 25 cents. McKinnnv Bros. JANUAnY has come and gone and our For Hunt. Nice suite of rooms in books ahow that there are still some acC.O.WAI.TON, Hue. the Fairie & Katnsev building. It. Wil- counts unpaid. Our friends will please liams. be of reih bear in mind that wo have been exceedGarden Seeds, ingly indulgent and will consider it LA.NntikTu'aand Ferry's MEANS BUSINESS. Peas and Beans at A. A. Warren's Mod quite a favor if they will como forward Enokavino beautifully and artistically el Grocery. and settle. Sine and Menefee. ilono at A. It. Penny's. Youn account is now ready. Please Jcbt received, a new stock of 1(5 and Tiik trial of Isaac Shelby, Jr., for tho call and settle. A. 11. Penny. L'O button length kid gloves, whites and murder of Lincenfelt began at Danville Bin your hooka and school supplies of nil kinds from A It. Penny. operas. Severunco it Son. Wednesday, when the jury was obtain-e- d Havb your watch, clock and jewctry iitnl flvo witnessed examined. Time Comk to the New Cash Store and see repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work are a number of lawyers in the case and warranted. their magnificent stock of gents' ties for if all argue it the verdict cannot be Kkmkmukii thatall silverware, watches, wil. tho leap year ptrtv. .1. S. Hughes. The defenpe is reached before rings, Ac, bought at A. It. Penny's lie engraved free of churgp. by tho Ilono. I'. P. Jacobs, Vaiid Piiilui's, a hmketnan on represented through freight No. ;12, ImiI Ins foot bal- - Jno. W. Yerkes, of Danville, M. J. Dur PERSONAL POINTS. ly tuashud while coupling cars at Brod- - ham, of Lexington, and Thomas P. Hill and P. M. McKoberte, of Stanford. Tho Mil", ft. C. GlVK.NS llUH Hone to Paris head. Over Commonwealth is assisted by thu Hon. good before to visit relatives. over see lliotusa & .McKojikkts cull thu atten- W. H.Miller and J. S. Owsley, Jr., of .Mn. Sim Woktiiam is visiting tela' tion of the public to their new "common Stanford. lives in IjincnsUT. Bowmn, of Lexington, is House" trunk. Be mho nnd ee them beMas. Maiiv Job Printing Co., Tiik Courier-Journa- l fore you buy, , visiting her Kilter, Mrs. Forcslus Held. is preparing to isue a large volume of Mil ('. C. Bkkh.sk is spending ' 'w Litti.k ItoHnnr, the infint son of Mr. 000 pages, setting forth the marvelous few days w itli his father at Mt. U ileail, and Mis. Itobert Fen.el, while jilaying resources and advantiges of Kentucky, Uhin. witli a dog, Wednesday, full and broke for general distribution at the World's J. A. Wautkk hns returned from both bones of his right arm near the Fair. It will be profusely illustrated Florida, wheio ho baa been for several wrist. nnd in addition to a general outline of months thu attractions of tho State, detailed inWk are requested to say that Mr. J. formation respecting each county will Mp.Jo Skvkiiaxck, Jii., has gone to Lexington, with a view to entering the H. BaugliuiHti, secretary of the Lincoln be given. Hon. Z F. Smith, tho histoCounty Building and Loaii Association, Bible College, rian, has been engaged to superintend II a hi. an and Minnie and insurance ag'Mit, can h. found at all the work anil he and Dr. A. D. Smith Missus Dki.i.a times at the First National Bank. Myers, of Boyle, are the guests of Mi are here for the purpose of inducing the Josie Bradley. county and city oilicials to appropriate W. It. Kino, who was sentenced to Mks. M A. Sisolktos, of Crab for the advertisement of from Knox a moderate sum A. has been visiting her daughter, the penitentiary two years varied resources and the matter will county in 18S0 for burglary, but escaped, our MAjYES, Mrs. II G. Gover. bo brought before the court of levy and Woods Wab was captured by Deputy Shriir Isaac thu city council at an early day. Tho Mas. It. G. Woods ami Catron at Grajs and taken to Frankker, of Garrard, upent yesterday with amount ih sired could not bo better fort. her daughter. Mrs. I. 0. Hay-- : spent and it is Iiojh"! that both Stanford Kkv. J. S. Kihti.bv, of St, Iiui, ha Com k to the New Cash Storo and see and Lincoln county will be liberally AND been on a visit to his sister, MUs Geor- their splendid stock of gents' and hoy,' rcpicscnted in the book. A liD.WBHl gia Kirtley, of tint Cullegu faculty. white and colored "birts, their boys', Jii.tbd. Ijifti summer a man in this Miss Lim.a Piirwitt, who liiiH been at youths' and ehildrcu's clothing and n vicinity who had lived Wt years in sinJ. Mr. W P. Tate's Mure the death of her stock of gluts' clothing unsurpassed. Upright and Horizontal. gle cusscdiuss, had the cockles of his returned to Jetl'ersonville yestcr-d.i- S. Hughes. Stationary, and Portable. All ancient heart to warm toward a pretty power. sizes up to damsel of "" and he at once made love Fhk Ldwaxiw, n Hwitchmati at from Mr. James I'. Crow, nt Unequalcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and sutlcrcd a severe. acudentTuesd.iy. to her. She sfeincd to reciprocate his MeKiune, say that he ih hoinenhut bet Durability. Ho ws--s coupling cars ami failing to lift aflection, at any rate she answered "yes" tor, though Mill dangerously ill. The Write for Free Illustrated I'ampleta and your want to the link, it was crushed, and a large to the momentous question and they be trouble is heart divine. pifce of it thing otl', struck him in the came engaged, with the understanding & CO., 3 Mil. AND MltH. 1). L. TltlJtHI.K, of Je --visiting Mrs. A. A. Warren tlrshy part of tin leu, above the kner, that the old man was to build a nice SPRINOFIKXD. OHIO. NEW VOKK. CITY Mtnine, are tearing a huge gash and baiely escaping little cage for t'n; bird before claiming ami Mr?. J. K. Portman whil enjoying her. lie begin at once, the task being the bone. Ihelr hnnevmuon. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE G0UNTY. lightened by thu joyous piospect, but Nanand Miss Mil. A. A. Waiiki:., with his UMial Mit. J. II. alas! there is many a slip betnix thu Brodliead is organizing a brass nie Baughtnati went to Itichinnnd, Wed- enterprise, presents a "Scheme" which cud and lip and iust as thu house was band. the Uhenault-llutnwill prove amusing and profitable to his nesday, to attend .. o Mr. Robert Joplin, our clever geoloIds ad buy a box of finished and ready for the occupant, she wedding. customers. ll.itly told him that she could not and gist, is finding some pretty specimens in Mimes Mattik a.m Maouik Owst.tn, iMkiui; powder, with a nice piece of decNo persuasion his line. aiompnied by Men.rs. W. A. Tnbble orated queensware tluown in, and make would not be his wi would change her determination and '."Jd a guess on the beal freight trains now carry passuumhi of cygs in tho nndW. II. Wettr.n, attended the thu old man is inconsolable. His front engers between Rowland and Livingston. las a Complete Stock of big gourd. The nearct guess will entihop at Danville. name is Jim. Guess the latter end and This is a great convenience to the peo Watson, postmaster at tle von to a $.1 water free. Mica Kli. take him. plo and is duly appreciated. lincnuer, was called to I.oniivilie ye-- t( : : Til k oratorical contest by thu .1 l Dcvers Garrard Thompson, who laid out rJay, to tihtify against MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. and Chamberlain Hocietiesof Cenoassencer on the tr.dn at the unrnlv letteis for stealing L. I). Brewer, of Harrodsburg, was Pittsburg a few days since, was raised College, was held on tho night of the Mna. J. S. Hockkr continues very ill. tre WALL of Wednesday to Miss Lucy Mc- here and is a quiet man, but will not Tetania has followed an attack of rheu- Jl'd for the selection a representative in married Intercollegiate oratorical contest to Afee at Columbia, Mo take any foolishness. matism and nhe is in a very precarious the bo held at Georgetow n iu April. Martin John W. Carrier and Mies Mary At Pinelllill last Saturday night a nmwlittnn. tlintiL'h the doctors do not I). Hardin, a son of Hon. 1. V. Hardin, Iteed, daughter of John G Heed, of tho fruliht was indulged in. Luke Doan think her rase hopeless. Ll(iKMK Kl.LIOTT. Jl was chosen. The other contestants were Waynesburg neighborhood, were mar-no- d was laid low with a bullet in his side MlM MlNMK on the ":M They are of even age, and arm; Will Cottiugim, who did the John 11. Johns, of l'rvstnubuig; Francis musician of rare talent, arrived in Ter II. Douglass, of Lexington, ami Kugeuu J0 years. shooting, was then clubbed with a shot rill last week ami Ht once avumed charge W. Cook, of Danville. Judge M. C. F.T. Goode, a widower of JS, and gun. It is thought neither party is seri of the nnuical department in lov. style. Promptly and in Terrill (Texts) .Sautley, George K. Stone and Kev. Ben Miss Belle Snow were married at the ously wounded. private school. Helm were the judge. yesterday by Judgjj W. E. com on all goods sold, free of charge. Old gold and' Mr. Philpot's bill for the repal of Times-MaVarnon, who tileil to kiss toe oriue. the act will b watched with an Mich. S. 0. Tui'kiikmit silver taken in exchange. i it k reputation already guinea uy tue Prohibition has not accomCummins and Nora Andrews, of doctor front Iiuisville who visits our Both of thu parties live near Mt. Salem. iuterest. Mr. James Bay and Miss May Cotplished what was expected of it in these the. female- college, and Miss Kiln Flemplace every 4 weekB, is certainly an ton, daughter of Nat Cotton, of Madison, counties, at )o8t so as this ono is con ing spent Saturday and Sunday in one. Helms proven his ability succeeded in making Aberdeen, O , and quicker a return to a li missionary to cure cavs bejond attending Rome the reach of the were married. It will bo remembered cerneil.Htid the ceiisu system the better for all concernmeeting and visiting friends. tyris general practitioner. Many cases of that Mr. Cotton shot his brothur-in-law- , ed, at least it apptars that way to the K utuckian. catarrh, stomach, liver, bowel and bladIUtson, of bincaster, der trouhlu have been treated by him iu Win. Hetulreu, who at einpted to fielp wiiter. "Miss. Lri. wanted thu Miss Allio Brown, of Lancaster, was parsed home from Urodhead, Tuesday, our midst and all are improving. Disea- the couple oil, because he girl to marry one Whittaker. The bride visiting Mrs. Cleo Brown here last week. where she had been to have, her mw ses of woman that have bullied the skill ' but 11 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Miss Batson, of many noted physicians are Miss Georgia Miller has returned from examined by Dr. Burdett heiuu suc- is an extended visit to Mt. Sterling Mr' who ia aline inusiciaii, will leave shorty cessfully tnated by the doctor. His DEATH'S DOINGS. , 0. B. Cummins lias located in Boston Conservatory of Music to coming iMt will he next Tuesday, one for the Mis. Charlie Ivlubs died near Mrs. Allen has returned to Livfurther cultivato her talent. day iinn, at the Myers Hntiv). Hour, Wednesday, of disease, resulting ' ingston, after a three weeks' sts at this Mil It. W. l.ii.t.AUD was here this S.:M). m till (f i: t. Innii grip, aged o". She was from Switz- place for her health. Mt. Vernon's p week. He tells us that bis son, Ashley erland. Fink J tut after midnight Wednesutatiou for healthfulness is spreading. 0. Lilian!, is doing llnely at the Virgin-i- a Mrs. A. P, wife of Jessu Caiter, Mr. B. T. Mattingly is working nighis at and at the recent day the stable of Mr. A. A. McKinney Military Institute died near Uustonyille on tho L'lst, in examination stood second in a class of was seen to be alii.' anil the alarm vh the fiOth year of her age. Shu had been the depot, while Chin lie VanArsdale is The irrepressible Hugh Ilia daughter, Miss sounded, bringing a large number to the taking a 7" in mathematics. n ineinbei of the Christian church for Monewall Jack-hi- scene, but too late to render service. is visiting Garrard county. Miller The bet Chilled Plow made, hxtras cariied in stock. Satisfaction Sadie, is attending the nearly 30 years and was a lovely chiis-tiaThe building, with its contents of hay, Abingdon, Vn. Thu Central Kentucky Fair Associ guaranteed. K. & W. H. WEAR EN. at woman. Burial at McCortnack's ation baa announced the following stakes his corn and three hogs, was burned, enby Kliler Montgomery. Oait. Jii.ias Vest i back from tailing a loss of 150, on which was an ufter service to be trotUd at its meeting to lie held at old home in Louisa county, Va , where Col. Adam Benakcr, tho noted dem the sale of his fathei's insurance of $100. It was evidently set ocrat of Cynthiana, died Tuesday, aged Dinvillo in August: C. F. Clay Jstako he went to attend trotters, .'00: '2 year-olThe farm contained on tire, either by accident or design, largo Hum for yearlings, landed estate ...... 111 was a remarkably ". trotters, eligible to 100;U year-olmost probably thu latter, as a man wsa nearly 1,700 acres and although it was and gamed a national reputation in 1ue. T, ..,,u.. paceis, ' situated in tho famous Green Spring seen running from thu placo witli his at the democratic convention which c ass. pacers, J:o0 class, i2W. r.n- , . . : .. year-oli - , Kentucky head covered up so ho could not be section, a Bpotas nch as the uy unyiuK nu i i Tl..xj ' Mr, McKinney has no ene- nom maieii i leveiauu illc5 IU uiinnmnva vtuoc "win .. blue grass, it only brought 18 per acre. Hag presented him by Gov per is at a loss to euoiinous entrance leu this vear will I Mr. Charles Vest, a brother of the cap- mies that he knows of, so Hendricks, of Indiana, and afterward by scoundrel, but he will leave place the cent. tain, was the purchaser. canvassing many .Slates, always bearing no steps tintrod to discover his identithad served one term in Ins banner, lie Paper Co Tho Breinaker-MooiyCITY AND VICINITY. ' tho Legislature. Louisville, which recmtly assigned, paid Fo some time past u deadly enmity timothy at Mr. James Bibb, ono of Lincoln out of debt and has resumed busintssOkuiahi) iPiass, clover and has existed between Mrs. Ben Martin, a countv's oldest citizens, departed this J, B. Foster's. sister of the notorious John Proctor, of (if- - at the home of his son, Uichard NEW ADVKRTISKMKNTS Nkw link of Zeigler sh 'rt just leceiv Mt. Vernon, and Mrs. Geoigu Wortnan, Hibb, near Turnersville, Feb. 24, 1892. ed at S. H. Shanks'. tho wife of an engineer. They both live Horn .Inn 25th, 1S0I, he had tilled out SS of very at Needtnoro and their places adjoin. veare and one month, less ono day, of OrKNKD yeiterday 40 pieces Mclnto.sli Severance A Tho warfaro till Tuesday had been car-- ', 0f life. When 24 years of age ho joined H choice dress ginghams. ried on by the war of mouth, but on thu church at Hiistonvlllo under the Son. I Will tell at publn auction, en i that day Mrs. Martin let her angry pas-- jireachiug of the Klder Barnes. In 18112 A kkw accounts of lhi)l are unsettled sions rise a little higher than usual and ,; moved fiom this county to Western THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1892 Call and settle by cash or note. A. It. she took her spite out by throwing Kentucky and for many years was an At the late residerce of John G. Sxith, deed., all the personal eilatc, Penny. rocks at a child of Mrs. Worman, on of Llder in the Allensvillo Presbyterian Two brood Marei, a consisting a folio : a large wjijoii liorsei, Lincoln ounp Monet, i ulcejounc inarr, i Urge to TiikL. it Jf. will Bell round trip tick- which hit and hurt her considerably, A church. After his return head of Cattle, Cow., lleifert and an elder in tho Mc- - old Mule, 6 yearllnK', alee younc Hull, jo Ho, nice black ets on Feb. ) to Louisville, t one and warrant was sworn out againstthe throw- county he became account, er nnd she was, arrested and brought be- - Kinnev Presbvterian church, which po llerktliires with a lot of yoiinu pigt, i good Mow. for the round trip on third fare cr, nearly new, I hanKJ Kake. i new Ilrpaking Mr. sition he held till his death. His last Sulkey, i Vanon,3 ttacktof Hay, t (tree Mraw of tho "Patti Concert." This road will forejudge Varnon, Wednesday. . Hick, i lluguy, I tet Carpenter' t'ooU, a t.tnd ol tickets to New Or- Martin was anxious to quiet the un- words were: "Come Lord" a fitting llecs.Cuttinc Uox, I'lovtt, Hoc and all kinds of also sell round-triof Kurniinc Tools in great variety, plow and wagon "like a shock leans anil Mobile at ono fare for the seemly broil and proposed to com pro cloe to nlifu eliding its season." luner-a- l ilarncst, Houtehold and Kitchen Furniture. iu will sold on a credit The round-trip- , Feb. 1'fl to 'J'.) inclusive, good mise by payingjall thu costs, which was corn that coniethconducted by Rbvs. Ben monthspropertytumtotbe $10 and over; under oftlx on all that services were returning Mnrcb 15th, on account of accepted and what promised to be a Helm and W. W. Bruce at the Turners-vill- o amount, cath in hand. I'urchaicrt will be give bond with good vrcuntj- before reL. & N. rich, raro and raoy trial was denied the MardiGras celebration. See Christian church, after which the moval oiany of tho NApCY SMITH, Kxu. full of spectators, who had remains were taken to Todd county for L. & X. court-rooARents. W. W. Penn, T. P. A., toj H.T Buth, Auctioneer. been drawn thither. interment. Junction City. InteriorJouknal I Oak Northern White Oata atJ. B. Foa- - tor's. Manafier YOUR MONEY. better invested than in tailing advantage our Prices. Can not arkably low mum our Are coming in every ly please you. i o q day and are placed on sale at prices that will instant- SPffiING they are picked GOODS to-da- COME IN AND LOOK and our immense line of -- Dry Goods, Shoes, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Carpets, tourtiw ixuibimg-- un jioza, uurtams, rrunns, kc. White Goods, Embroideries, Curtains, Eugs, Valises, Children's, Boy's and Men's Hats, Etc. Eggs and Feathers bought at the highest marliet prices at THE LOUISVILLE JL STORE Manager. Main Street, Stanford. UEBjLYSKY, Proprietor. . OTEiAMC JII!W&I(Wir,e STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portable 26-horse h'-t- v. How-lan- d, Uki-oiit- s THE JA3IES LEFFEL liAi-ousu- s M.B.cRDBERTS, e Il-- nd Druggist and Jeweler, 1 st Dieno-Ionia- n DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, PAPER, Jewelry & Silverware. Watches. Clacks and Jewelry Repaired first-clas- s s ' f; r, 1 Miase-Water- B, live-count- y - en-viab- l" Klein-jiigsbu- r The Vulcan Chilled Plows, I ICtiox-vill- e. Otten-heim- ll r-- lay-oil- n te . d d . .s- , rec-ogniz- d .,.. i.. RUBBER GOODS. fden's anil Boys' Rubber Coats, Coats, I e - FXJBI.XC SAUES i i 1 i j 1 Rubber Boots, Rubber Shoes, Gum Lcjjk vfl p Slicker Coats and Slicker Pants. M'ROBXRTS - m & HIGGINTS. j vr; a ' "wmniwvtw 1. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY- - K fv i .. Fence Co., nt Lancaster, and offer the service of to tho action ol the Democracy. Election Nov Fred Q. Borger has been manager noin myseir ana the company 10 me citlrens 01 iSo' AT Smith Russell for twenty-si- x and Capt. Frank ltiley Is grandpa ngain. years. am sery thankful for the liberLincoln county, al patronage received and nope by fair dealing to VJ Judging from the quautity of oats Miss Molly Elliott Seawell is to dram iJKU YBvVR,iy .YDTA.aS'CK Farmers in need of a Kood merit a continuance P. bought so far thta aiason by tho farmers ntizo her story, Maud Marian." for fence will find me nt the Myers House in Stanford Bucklln's Arnica Salvo. MTWhen not so pid 32.GO w'H .e charged. on each County Court day. Is a Candidate lor to the i.fh'ce of CirVokes. The best salve in the world lor cuts, bruises there will be more put in than for years. M W. JOHNSON. o;om auhject to the action of the Democratic cuit sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever soies, chap- party A strike at Altamout is likely to ocK. I. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mr. Arthur I W.irde is now the busi- t'cu nanus, cnuuiains, corns anu anletter, crup sain ness manager for his father. Mr. Fred- tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requirTrain leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning cur this week owing to the fact that the ed. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Cac4idato for Circuit Clerk. white bank boss has been removed and erick Warde. t'ricn aj, cents per box. or money refunded it 5:20 p m. replaced by a colored one. Marie Ogdon was lately married to For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in General Merchandise, Subject to the anion ol the Demo, rati, nrtv I L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. announce myself a Candidate for the oflaeof Ci'r Omi Smith, daughter of "Cooky" Mr. H. L. Snonce. and has rc:irnl nm-- . GunrnntoodCuro Tor La Grlppo. Lumber and Shingles. (or Lincoln county cuil 1 I make thr Mill tram gome North We aotliotie our adterli.ed druggist ticll you ti 3) pn Smith, of Drindletown, is in Jailer Nov- maueutly from the stage. j oods sold for cash only It itesrrn leasurc race in the Interest ol my son, Wni.shallllurth. who .S ' " South...... Dr. Kind's Nev. l)isi.osrry for Consumptmn, in stale to the nublu in general that I am doing 3P m ell's care serving out n whisky line, haviiw lontiiiniMiuai ngc until u few The oldest member of tho dramatic Coughs nnd Colds, upon tilts condition If ou nlcvly under the Cash Svsten and that the neonle ; Express train " South i"ui t ija " " " North am ing been brought in this week. l.a (irinncand will use i'.i" re eite the"txt November election. If I profession. L'hollet. died to at Ne arraMUtcd with directions, giving it a this rrin- j ate rapidly catching on the the (act that Itisthe should willi ItMhargtnomination, and be elected Local Freight North edy act ording to fair trial 650 am tMiyorand They my son J,,ei". "'in the dunes ol the as' He was born in IT'JS. South. and exporincc no benefit, jou may return the Lewis D. Sampson, of llarbonrville, mours. l also know that I sell tr j up m ai.ods for about a third less my deputy and re. cite all the emolumentsefll.c The Utter trains also carry passengers. and h.uc your motley rclundoil Wo mule ll'sn my crmp, mors hIio 1I0 credit bulnrs 97 lte Carrie Perkins, n liaiul.-om- u Mhi'HKN III HCII this olfsr bucauto of the wiinderful hcc,,s of Dr. member Hut I keep constantly or. band a The above is calculated on standard time Solar was here Monday thinking it was counformerly of Dixoy's "Adonis' Kings New Discovery during last season epi. assortment of Drv (IsMi, tiriKcries, time is about so minutes faster ty court day and expecting to perstuido I Ins c heard of no caso in v. Inch it failed. demic Hoots, Shws. Hats and the like. Call some of our people to subscribe lor his company, .1was married recently in New If) it. Trial liottlen frci at A. K Penny's drug see my stock, which is replemshe.! almost in and daily. Wit l Ui l.Aneson Cral. On York to Clack, of tliu "Natural store Ldtge sire sec and $1. pike, 4 imln from Mabfurd. W.ll Miller hard SlYt J II. HI (.ION, Rowland. Ky. new paper, which will be issued this Gas" company eek. Oood Looks. John II. Castleman A o Lanhnm Augustus 1'iton has deeidod to send MISS LICC1E BEAZLEY, (Jch1 looks are more thun aVin deep, depending 11. Catching will ei oct an opera in its upon a healthy condition of nil the sital organs. It .1 'Mavourneen." tho play in which the her be iriaitite )m base a bilious look, il nonso on me grountt troui wiiteu lie is Scanlan was acting when he became in rour stotiiKin be ulscruercu JO" nave a ilyppti early having the dirt removed, next to his line, on tho road again, as toon as a look and if our kidneys be affected you hate a Comer .Main and Dep t Stnets, health )ou can be cured large building. His new building will trustee can bo appointed to attend to pinched look becure jourHitters and great will algood looks Klectnc hate it the be supplied with gas and water in every Mr. Scanlan's interest in it. tera tit c and tonic, acts diret.tly on these vital or by the prompt gans cures pimples, blotches, boils ami gisvs a ft is a fact that Kubinstoin, tho fa- good toHiplesion. Sold at A. K i'vnnj-'- drug room. of The notorious Craig Gregg is again mous comtoor and pianist, will visit store, s ent per bottle in jail. He cut a passenger on the train, America next season. Abboy - Gran yr La Orlppo. Sunday evening, near 1'ilthbuig, and have him under contract for fifty con No healthy person neel fear anv dangerous OO TO from an attack ol la irrmneit tiranvrlv he received a Uesli wound in the hip certs. iK'ginning next November. Ho is It trtated It is much the sane as a sctcre cotd and from a pistol. The mail i tit on the train guaranteed $130,000 and traveling ex requires preritely the same treatment. Remain peuses ijuielly at home .md take Chamberlain's Cough BAUUEK&OASTLEiMAN inflamed Atic was named Garrard Thompson. Gregg Kcnetly as directed (or and a The "Journal of a Loudon Plavgoer prompt and complete lecot a setere cold follow. Tnhac r,mt photographs made MAN' A OK US, ery is sure to ou aids expectoration, was out on bond for burglary and this ,ut ur aim aiw '411 irt'all I'fttli riirhf at.I will- find from ISot to INiU." by Henry Morley Ibis remedy alto lounlerakts any tendency of la t caused them to give him up. grippe lo result in pneumonia. Ami.ng the many Commerce Building, and which has boon out of print for some thoMsnntls who have used it durinr the eiddemK-Louisville. phfo !.lh!"p?,,:v,p?'" from,he time, has just Oven re'mblisheit, with a of the past two e.n, we hate jet to leer it ol a portrait era, on water recovery. Agents thiouhout the South MIDDLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. single iM' that has not recetcred or that has ,., stMlll1 "il1'."' n" h" complete inilox by tho author, which u pncHirvonu. sjc and toe bottles lor sale .'! Ilini Jw contracting wnh "Y "" J 'J hate it made, asIIPIItlB . greatly increases its value as n look ol' Dr M I. llourne. Druggist and Optician, Stan& ht is The lamb crop in this community is always be here to gitn satuford, K reference. W. A. TRIBSLE, Local Agoat, Jocatwl hereltjami will A J KAHI', Mnlrd, Ks fiction tho best for many years. ,j Lowell, IVIass. Judic's jewels and other treasures Mlloa' Norvo inU Llvorn Pill Farmers seem to be putting in good STANFOHD. KY Acton ihc Itter, mullein iiiiMinny tow pneos nt auc- stomach a new time preparing for the coming crop. TUB SUELTOK HOUSE. and lowcls thrtxigh the nertes. A Hew tion. A A. S. Frank Wolford Taylor and Mi-- s was sold diamond necklace worth .0.0)0 ti.rn,ri fir Mil.' Pill ,,.& Altv m.m tulum.. VEXDOME MOTEL tor $1.1101), mid tho lacos'woro oss Iwd taste, torpid lit er, piles, constipation HOWL AM) K Carrie BaMin were married at the re-- i- almost given away, ono SURGKOy DENTIST. Uneoualed for line princes rnildot. snrest men. women, children. Muallol. WALLAtl- M1KI.K, 1'ror denco of the bride's father, .Mr. John dress in point iinnlmuo oiiimr nt ninn- - at A K l'ennj's Fill) doses 5 cents hamples Office on Main street, oter W. U. McRoberti I his llcai.t h is been rchitcrf thro ,!,., t , Drug Store, Stanford. dollar.-,- . lbistin, on the 18th. teen CAMNITZ, Rollnblo. A LIVERY ATTACHED. The Christian church at Yosemite The annual report of tho Comedie "In buying Siifo and mrilmiie for children,' a cough DfSTONVII IK. Ky has engaged the services of Hev. V. F. Frnncai.se shows a profit of JTO.uoo at II A Walker, a prominent druggist . DR. AY. B. tran.Unt 'stiHa lulled Thoroughly irfilld and ref.ifm.h.it aisd fully Utah 'litter be afraid to huy CbamberUin s VSOI) .'JOO to each booiotaire (.iihson for tho present year. Hev. Gib- This will gjvo j W CAKKII R. l'rop Cough Krmedy Tncre is no danger from il aad preparetl lo attend l the wnts of the I'Ubltt. A In tho coursoof tho year 1801 eleven rrliel is alu at s Mite to follow fine SAM Pl.F. KOOM aliened m paitlt ulaily rr. son is an able and earnest minister and new pieces, including Sardou's "Ther omtnend Clmmlerlaiii s because I hate found It to Office South side Main strft. in office recently will doubtle.s give satisfaction. ' its mc toe bottle lor sile rn . , . . . . . vacated by Dr. L. F. Hulfiuan, Stanford, Ky. miilor.' were prodncod and twelve plays be sale ar.d relialilc. 'H W. I f ly Dr M I. Ik ..me. Dn.gg. t and Optician. We are in daily communication s.vjsjiii. Stanford. K of its old repertoire revived. J1UUUU, s with McKinneynow by means of a P. H. KILEY.. Proprietor, 31. CRAIG, DR. li.uk" lately started by Jesse M. rom mr p,u' TURF TOPICS. QTR A VPH tilletoil gat aUNit" f,- - London, - - - Kentucky. Highest cash market price "paid LU Ol l trndas Homeopathic Physician, Brown, of Libeity. 1'eisons can take Any tinmaikcd aijo, one largr lack he for t her will h. thankfully it. eitsd ConneoUont is to hnvo nnotlior trot- -' A D I have taoTcd to my sew Hotel aad am Wetlei - - - KENTUCKY. the train at McKinney now without STANFORD, Ruit too linjj track, to be loontsrU piepartd than ever M accssssimodaM the public. taking the dangerous "Kobiu Hood" Saw Lon- Oood I.ncry attacked aarfevety rmtsmiesce Office Hourslo to ti a m.; t to j p. m.; S to Give me a call. loute by way of Kingsville over tho (J. don. t p. m. on Lancaster street, opposite . ' Office FRANK KII.F.V. 77 J. .Malcolm iG. It is hoped that Mr. Brown may 2:10'; Nancy Forbes now owns Arion 39" 'yr Sec, nt Hanks. 2:09. ami llomi! succeed ami the h.ick be kept over the .. NOTICLTOTHK nn rr Uf.U i.ju t cai wanJNC t try afr 2:17 road. f m' atlii lhe itfatMcnl kfcklavst lliwa c. d. d. M. K. ELK IN & CO., h'smdrsnl SoniC One llllS ticnrotl Ottt flint tin mineti 10 Mil ata bargain my farm of Win, Cloyd and 1). G. Humphrey PUBLIC. ami danghtors of Ab.l,ill.ih ,ye IZ'ZV. r.'ii tiirtes. Saturday to Atlanta, .u., ith.il 0 tyr DENTIST. -STANFOHD. rtv ie nonta in 2:K0 or bettor. tn th thie i r.M of .miles. Jlis Luev Swope 'rocd Is mount 10 the Higgins oificc, Lancaster treet. hate oprued la ctHin.li.ii ssiih sh Hotel, tb Nitrous Uxide Oas given for ptinless extracting. " K t o fHHjplo of Paris alone con- - U , lmBk ,mtwit ol w , ttock ,J'Ir,rfc;, Il was visiting at Hustonville last week.J STANFORD. KENTUCKY. contrary to the wUlics of "Witr." Uob-- ' fcl"nw "t-- "' nortw. 221) donkeys and 10 ul Kentucky, uking mte coeur.io. he..iy.POSTICIJ. waler, sshI, hotkling material,. frncmules, "" lllPilt Wti"liin i.ut.i loiw. , ,. hie. Tnrrnnt went, to Ltliertv S.ttiirilnv tn ECOTJS1E. , . . ......Aii i is. u,wi u r,.. ., rri Viillie Ol mo pitrsOS ft 1h.. forsrwnrn c.rn asa a. acres hunter, iresn tana xiiu n livbt J trlVOtl by the nnm bee his father, Mr. K. Tarrant, who uhcr.iHit to trestaM stnessr lands dthmmm ,.rr wheat, tnili tlanHhy ssuir with It; bsil eisoogh, ! wiUt.,t UlltliriO club. Of Cnnnda, in-- 1 asiswon. . ad .nj.li trill a purch..r o.M seeit before buying. Th Dealer In engaged in writing the history of ll poscutd la the I 1. e.l est. .il f i)i tw Sitrnstd crwiMtl from $,?SS in 1&5.1 toltf.?7J in rrfect,besg handed fio r. tors I'irst-CIaS- S C M.M'UO.VAMOtlKK from the days nf the Indian. Fruits, 1st Kentucky Cavalry. Mrs. W. T. Foreign and Domestic J F. ItRUCl. ' Also a detached tract ot is acre, i mile Irons Aim offer the serMcf'. nf Coultor i attain confined to bed. ittetkt publi, lir.nd . hck new IIIOMAS C IIAI tsU During the season of 1SDI the trlildn alio In .h booked kuiir luskc m Confectioneries, Ac. 'X MF.H.F. IIAII.K islle ct in pare with "''" ' old iiinus de"efited twenty-fiv- e A M "A mSkland different AND HUBBLE. lias with him a first class baker and can lurnish II V a.AlNKv with records from 2:28 up- Tho Bost in tho Country. v llrcad, Cake and the li&e on short notice IAMIm.IVINs me a rail. Mr. L. .M. Gr.ty, of Danville, waout wanl. I t I'llll I J3 r liKf.t N. rrosxifior The French government mhiuiIs sih.- TucMlay, writing tip ecme lire policies. I A IIUKNv. Manager Co. .1. W. liright tells u that U.tn lutst, of 000.000 jwr yonr on its public highways, 930 Acres Snlendid N-ferNorfoIkiWestern R.B. urnss oi 1 .i ...ivj iimw n Lllirtl Garrard, will move his saw mill to this but 10 r iinrsw ...,,, ,. ton illlll .. ,i..:.i t . uiul liana, without trouble. OF STANFORD, KV place about tiie lir.t of April. Leo Stone leiral.ly loraint on triM.ike road'lewdirg tiom ScSr,o!e D. rasher', !., ueigiuin, (jormany and Italy, Manioru m MiiniK.tiii. i.fc.i Ceuisty, Ky , whore mil- fully organued and ready for business with having Bold his firm thinks of going to Is now assaala.. finiTI ... 1. tlw trtwt.l me I1UIII .n.x.l latsftrtl ...iassss. sli. .....,-.n.w viwn firs. Ifitsi UUUtl.UIlUIlOrSOP.111' ..M.,vnv...sr .. s.. i.e.x.nSioii. iit .",. within 11, mile, miles frsssi a station on C LKAVK NOIIION DAII.V SIANIOHD, K Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Stone and his niMvm naie to give Air. ;, lo ... .. KOPV.1(-ivu siiitu .aii ... ii.iii Irosa DaHvilb'. 4 of .Morelaisd Jttntlioti Citytheand 11111 L'ODd- f.imilv tin. frs S road districts of America. - S R R The Farm ha upou it an tlrgant ami ' - - 19,000. Surplus, . it as (or (irabaas. Islssefseld asssl Js.inli.ie spacious brick rcssdenre. (tin rool) all M. Sjioonamore and daughter arc well stainsst. One of tho mares that (J. F, Emory necessar) oiitbuilnings and an abundance I fruit I MP mlssr MimCiM. Hadlaid. Kssantske. and SUCCF.SSOU toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL attain. Parks, of Garrard, bomsht some will send to California to ho bred to Sid- LrT,of al'T' xhi"' I yM.nHnrjr. Hicaasoad awl Norfolk. Alas, (..a I HANK OF STANFORD, ell timbered, abundantly walerc virgin Buoat.t of .lame.- - IJobinson nnd tie. JrlUij, is a daughtor of the cele- - ""' nn"x " " ,,,n his llntrl, rei fated and rlurnihd. is how and under hon, Nowclosiug up) with the same assets . G. Hriglit for :U to!!. Mr--. S. Dun-- i oraieu om jwicor, .Mattio Iluntor. 2:123i ' ' - ' r,mal " M.iles sear rvld nest Spn-i- in my charge ansl Iitsintend to ccnitu I it lo add hsirg. I'hiUdelphia ami N.n- Vnrt. the same management I'nllman Slrepsng Cars lions 'r'rc ' high reputation, but not only maintain lo Nr Hy provisions of its chatter, depositors are as "4 t' Its king tut ot friends Special ai omntoda-liol? ? V"to" Kadtnrd i u v w ioiian Bro. Charley I'ow-- i Isaac Sundoion, of Willimantic. fully protected as ato depositors in National bar is convalescent. bewaiMlMli jnsKtioa, also Had for ntnmercial trasWcrs and tine loams fer held individually Banks, its shareholder bein. lots! to ashsngion also front LyneaKstrt to Rich ell delivered two trood sermons at the, Conn., ownor or Alcyo. 2:1SV. expects theilltplov of satnplr. liable to the extent ol the amount of their stock Viking IlllyQueen IMher. therein at the par talus thereof, in addition to the school-hous- e anil at Hush Branch Sun- -' his ! Insist. l'.liunUt I'ntthatan and ZZZ'.A First-Clas- s amount invested in such shares. It may act ai Saloon 2:JCk,. to trot well down in tho twenties will fnste IMiieheld daily at rn U UJ&. p m a ml n iu TT A, . executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as day. Kph Knglcmau is talking of X iVL And llll I.IAUD and FOOL HOOM.S attacked. " " the coming beason an individual i rasit arrive . I to Danville to drive horses for Ov ilu.i Iroin tne r. l' Hi co un v isi ili.lni to us j os 3 ii To those who entrusted their buisitiess l IIS Rl Ali ' H j. in FOR SALK i'alo Alto's tlam. D.imo Winnie, by v,;i. the Lincoln National Hank ol en. We wi-- h him MicceM in the un- I or furtd'r ml r.i.ati.i a I rl(c. Planet, is tho only thoroughbred brood Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and A' .Stlll'M. The fi their business latin and richest sml in line la 10 . ."ts Of W.ff.I ..t'H,ilnt u trust they will continue to transact prompt atten- dertakitit!. Mi?.- - Kliza Smith is making mare that has ever produced HI It ir io M Laud, situa- more than compiUiiij 4J0 acres ol guarantee for with us, offering as a M up a school, to open at Iiright'a School-hou- se 0110 .' ::su 11 .l'Ak',ha e a ",a. "n'" trottint? nortormer. Sh i - tl... 01 i.Hicom r routed ny ike".'"'. ,'1' conmy..t mi ji tion to same, our twenty years' experience in .m""!"a" ftnciny tiiy turnpike ;, banking and as liberal accommodations as arc conabout the middle of March. U IfAI'.lfl dam Ot 1'alO AltO. 2:U'1 : (.lijrtrtlll.t Hllv. and acccsuhle ta ihr Sianfnt,! 1 I I I Tl I)mv,II l,n. Ifl fTl I I banking. sistent with sound 'pike. 'Ihisiseneof the best Stock Fatmstnthel bell , 2U.'oJ, and Bit: Jim 0,0;j, DIKKCTOKS: Jf.viTiox Cit v. Messr. Fogle, of ,,nn Aimnuance m water tor n purpotuan .tiaco used to bay of .James Das- J. J. Williams, ML Vernon, Middleburg, are the guests of their si- - till tlw. OUlj ....... evor btart.'d boil is f'rnieand is suitable fur the glowing of M. Hail, Stanford; henp.tobacco.cen, aiidwheal. 'I he J. is m, wr r i i tor, Mrs. shannon. Capt. Thomas Rich- ngllllllt that did not know Wlieil liewits lotllf,l''l"l ' "" ,,e ditlded and t fine J. S. Owsley, Manford'; ' r"ms T.aH,: are large anil ineimprosrinenw ards is quite ill at his home on Shelby tieatell. No one was .u-mir.. nf ,, S.J. Kmbry, Stanford ; comtnedbMs dwelling, a convenient stock burn. , J K I.jnn.Stanlord; street. Miss I'ink Helm, of Danville,' until their horse's head was under tho Ac, the i of fruit of all kinds, etc K II JONF.S, Stanford. apply to V. Carpenter, r.lillfilgeville; A wiro ifi tho third heat when Jim was in was the guest of relatives here Sunday, J. 1) JO.VKS, J. K.Uaughman, Hustonttlle; Having lemeved my Ilarber Snop to the Com O V KII.K, I'ineville MILEil Mi.3 Sarah Hilton, of thi city will the race." J F. Cash, Stanford; mncial I Intel, I am William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. continue the uiilliiu'ry buiines-- . thtr. ODDS AND ENDS. S.H. Shanks, President spring. She desire- - the patronage of Prepared to Accommodate Ladies J. II. Owsley, Cashier. The choir of the Mormon temple at m m m.ssr her friends. The new pknint; mill, as well a3 Gentlemen, W. M. llright, Teller Salt Lake is 900 strong TOtaiTO WWKWM2. Wl'IffllU asssasasasj which is being erected here, i a hand-- ! II . 1. in an, General . "Lluir is the prolix to the names of some building and will aid h good deal In an thing they may wish in my line over 130 places in Wales. also wailed ou Call mi u.e rt r. t c H crte t t j tothecity. Mr. Charlie Fowler has n- -' There aro four times as many Irishsinned from the employment of the C. S. men JI.SSI2 THOMPSON, in tho United States us Kuglish-men- . NATIONAL BANK railroad and will lake a position in the' In C'ltinitrnal II te K OF STANFORD. new mill Mulugan I'ctntt, Chicago. St Ioui, ThoChiuofOchrietoii their children bv LletelJiid, llulfalo, Detioil, Indianapolis and the West. Atrenls of (ueen .V Crescent ltoute Bhaviug thoir.lieatls preparatory for pig Ne Kngland Canada, C tT CrC 'fBssLlisW f tBTTf Stock and Louisville Southern H. H. will sell tails New For iKJtbOnous wounds ntado by insects ticket.-a-t educed rates for the follow-- i 18,500 mg Surplus Mich as mosquitoes, otc, apply cologne Washington. Ilaltimore. I'hiladelphu, occasions. Quit ke.t tune to lliirodtbnrg Irankfort, Ky the fac Richmond, VIRI.INIA Attention of the public is intited to Stanford Kepublicau State Convention, Louis- - water Shortest and Hank Onickesi line tn that this is the only National National in Hank Act More than 100.000.000 Chino.so aro iM.i mwuMffifim the ville. March :!0. Under the protisionsol not only by the capital either directly or indirectly m the depositors are secured I Mtti Opera, Fob.2. Tick- tea ministry. stock, but bv the stockholders' liability lor an will land mv tine Ablorney Hull. Ward, at ioi'V z ... Solid I rams, baggagt cais, ainokuig cats amount eiiuat o the stock. b nthat depositor of ets on sale at il & ('. stations in Ken tnv row .,t in Stanford at I WO DOLLARS the Tuiid of $400,000. cos, lies. I'iiIIhmii llimdnir Sleepers through and institution are secured Thoro aro IfJf! sawniills running in tho cjs'n iMm't d ir tt I. rn service is icndcrcsl, wuli this bank tncky, Lcxim-toto Juction Cilv, ami 8tate of Washington, chang: ia tlultan oga, llirmingham, Merid Five sworn statements ufthecouditioli of the pm ilec of reed in . I. n k If nc essarr with a total fluted lan waking il.rcrt onneuioiis mi route for Knot, are made ouch year to theexamined Stales govern!' W.'ORLKN on the Louisville Southern1 cutting capacity of b.121.000 feet. daily at tated times all ville, A. he villi', Lym.hburg and points ill the and its assets are ment uringaddititonal railroad. by government agents, thus A place called I'ro Tom. in Taney and perfect safety to depositors established as the Manli Gras at Now Orleans and Mo-- j county. Mo., has lasted now for many institution, oriirin n'y This "STOIT .858, then Deposit Bank of Stanlordin Stanford '(!, j,t . ami 'Jii. Tickyears and bids lair to become pormanont. and bile, Ala., of At Chattanooga for Atlanta, ColumbHs. Wibnlug as the National Hank I' trst National Hank of ets trootl to hut ion, Charleston, Augu.ta, i I IHsBssssalsT Macon. Satannat. roltirn until March lo. siain The last language into which tho Sow Ilrunswick, Lake Cil),Thoinasville and FI.OHI in iSJ. has bad practi. ally an uninterStanford Call on any agent of the 0. & C. route Testament has been trnmlatcd is tho DA (loitits. rupted existence of y years It is better supplied JKSSK The oulv line riiniiinir solid cIiIiuUh) trains t now with facilities fur tranctjiiK business prompt or Louisville Southern railroad IsMssifcil latig and t for fur Motu language of Xew Guinon. tho! Keeji. the Fiillnian fUMideir r I'alacc Sleeping Cars to hh VWaalktlalHaSiA IV and liberally than ever before in its -. ht f.du- nicest ibe best and largest variety of HHiSMHRC8aaVc&kJAaSlatest tribe to become English MibjecLs. ccouiit of corporations, tVltllllllt Cllam-llor ;,nv ,1.,.. T..,.. honorable career information. ther sergers or baggage curies, firms and individuals respectfully Lale toats prove Selma and .Mnntgnmer, Hunt. ville, Decatur The legislative free p.ts .oenis lo be wood growing m thethat tho strongest Fancy Goods, Fruits, Herencc, .Memphis and Alt KANSAS points. United btnton h The Directory of tbts Bank is composed ol Candies Nuts, Cigars Shorto.t and quicken to Anmston, Selma, Mo-under condemnation everywhere. The tho "nntineg hickory" ol Arkansas. The T. J. Foster, af Stanford; ".'ltd eonneitioiis made at NKW OR. Ami l.l,ari n in the ily Massachusetts Roid, Lincoln county , I.KANS Without nilintltii. Ir.inil.rfnrMu..,..' have passed a weakost is the yellow West Indian birch Forestus Houston, Austin, htnntora; bill prohibiting their c by members. J. W. llnydeii, Tho ezaiowitz's famino committee, in MaV S.H. Baughnan, Lincoln; ' TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. order to enable fanners to continue . M. J. Miller, Ml Vernon; " That be a so keeps the clicape.l sto k ol their work, has decided to purchase 10.. The only through line lo Jackson and u ksburg. S. T. Harris, Lincoln, Miss Slirt'Vrix rt l.a.. tuakinif illrtct roin..ri,.... Horses m Siberia lo replace farmers J. S. Itoeker Stanford; without omnibus transfer for Dallas. Kori horses killed on account of tho famino. WILLIAM .HORICLANI), Auitin,San Antonia, hi 1'aso and points in Worth. G A. Lacker, Lincoln; When nabj- - was sick, ir gave her Caatorla. . ,irj Dealer in the abt te T l. IhH, Stanford; It being a Jewish rule that no firo shall When she wa a Child, she cried for Castoria. W. G. Welch, Stanford. TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. be kindled on the Sabbath the query eget.i)iis, Jv.c aiultli.it be exchanges all kinds Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. , W. I. Tate, Stanford lias leoii started. Would a Jew bo a of goods for ll.unii, I aril, Hotter, lie us, 1'oUtcics, Solicited Stock Cattle and Sheen a npi, ullv. For through ratiii. correct county maps and f til etc , lor hi Ii be pays the When iho had CldJirea, slid giro them Caslorla, OFFICERS: I'ersnns havinif .uiy ol the ..bove des ribed stock information call on Agent at Junction Cite Kv transgressor by switching on tho electric for sale or wishing to pur. base same.-vido well oraddrea. President; J .t, l.KITII ,' , S. Hocker, lamp? A scientific authority being to call on or address me An espcileticc of fifteen d Market Prices. Trav. Past, Agt., Jnnction K years In this btisinesa has been of urofit to m. au.l lohn I. McUoberts, Cashier; U.O! KDWARDSV y' D. JHU.KR. to, deeded that tho lump is not Good anywhere in (he city and his lai- - I think I can make It profitable both In the buyer A. A. McKiuuey, Assistant Cashier J ,, ' rathe Maligr, o. tiro in the meaning of tho law. ijr trip made to Rowland and seller. I' O. address Stsnford, Ky, ' ioo Cincinnati. fo-S- Published Every Tuesday and Fr day Lovelnco is tho proud and hnppy father of n sweet little baby jiirl S. A. BEHIND THE SCENES. ol Many persons who have recovers! Irom la grippe are now troubled with a persistent cough. Cham- "; uu,i rvviucur win iiruinpuy loosen lilts cough and rellete the lungs, (fleeting a permanent cure in a scry short time, asc and joe bottles for sale liv Dr. M L llournc, Druggist and Optician, Stanlordy, Ky. -- Cough Following the Grip. TO THE FARMERS. I am J. N. IHENEFEE, Is a candidate acent for The Central Kentucky Iledce 1 forreptlon as Sheriff. Suhle. 1 Ko-siu- it JAMES , BAILEY J. H. HILTOIT, . - rei-onti- Imt-t- bur-losqne- splen-ili- .l CMh-tng- CONSUMPTION stages ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Millii.crnud Dress Maker use fnsupance Company, Ayers Cherry Pectoral soothes the AI- 5.m;i';Kui?ro'o;7 1. tissues, EAHP, ARTIST, 11. hastens e hi Dr, Ayer Co, - - principle-regulati- ng tar PRICE, 11 I THE II.R. Mangir, ! PENNY, fOg-lrn, Dentist. 1 .- -. 1 ,(V .. 1 SOHN - first-cluf- CASH I 1 1. . infor-miiio- n ntr j court-house- Fine Land For Sale. 11 Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, I I ;r. morgan, s. Hav-int- . -- , ! car-loi- r. ".;"i:. 'K5Sr"i nf te il a4assafaas TRAVELING ! IKWMWimWLn !""" ... -- snss:, V ecroi ..- -.- p-- - MTsTEHS - , Jn - rvIStablc, . In-- r lltJk,", "ci' T lit Farmers Banfc&Trast . FOR SAIiE. ..., a i YV j I ...... . ! n I.. .. ,.,, w PORTMAN HOUSE, ,i - - 1 ",.. ,, 1 1 . ivro-sto- rt ' JOSEI'II CFF13Y, I'ro'r. 1 -' V- 1 mi - go-in- n q ram-rim- r .SSi IIIiie-trass 1 m n, i 'k;" "". lssti-vill- e - B i.. A? - . r --- i ' iJ n f iiL'W m r'j .1 I rl - j ilni. 1 r .. SHOP. .1 91 94 X5s?nS:i rcwwii vKm ii Forlnlnr-nMtii- j , w.a.:r,:d. m&famf V Is AMtMi mm 1 r. mmm iav. - am 95-i- yr FIRST oim;i(TrTATi York, i Capital $200,000 fi s 1 j Loui-vill- c, n -- T' 1 Iloston,. "r ihWWr&aVMmf wnr mr k OT3W DBJLiriAI8? with-o. ut 111 i5 DOIT'T KDTOT- 'JHBsEW j I. WEAKEN llll solic-te- d. , f ' " j law-make- u-- i - 3D03STT FOKGOGT -t I U' I ' Staple Groceries, And Provisions, Highest ll ajr-plie- 1 j- U :mi' i i". tl.kiMi1MMa.aill iSt. Ulin IT s 'll I Wwjsw; fi ftiav; mm "U.'i f v - V swsurssstttiatk - rtiiflAiiiiriNii' i - - - . ' . . - A. Mif'..u .... .. iT.Jm loV.-a- t y- - ,.;.:,-i..r- i ' Jfi('tl . h emi-Week- ly o Interior Journal day AT LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY-A- . PubllBhod Every Tuesday and Fr MPWhen nut so paid S2.CO wilt e charged.- - K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning it 5:20 p. m. L.&N. " LOCAL TIME CARD. 12 1 Mail train some North Express train " South i. North Local Freight North " " soutn ......$ 19 pra The latter trains alo carry pjMenjtti. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar time is about ao minutes Taster South. 6sJm. up m 34Pn 3S"m tjam Lovelaco is the proud nnil happy father of h sweet little baby uirl and Capt. Frank Itiley is grandpa again. Judging from the quantity of oats bought so far thii season by tho farmers there will be more put in than for year. A strike at Altamont is likely to occur this week owing to the fact that the white bunk boss has been removed and replaced by a colorad one. Omi Smith, daughter of "Cooky" Smith, of Drindletown, is in Jailer Lov-ell- 's care nervine; out a whisky fine, having been brought in this week. Lewis D. Sampson, of Uarbourville, was hero Monday thinking it was county court day and expecting to persuado some of our people to subscribe for his -- s, BEHIND THE SCENES. Fred Q. Bcrger has been manager fo years. 5ol Smith Russell for twenty-si.- x Miss Molly Elliott Scawell is to dram a ntizo her story, "Maud Mnrian." for Yokes. Mr. Arthur P. Wanle ts now the business manager for his fait bur. Mr. Frederick Wairde. Uo-sin- Marie Ogden was ttilely murriod to Mr. II. L. Spence. ami has CONSUMPTION in early stages can be cured by the prompt its use of K Ayers Cherry Pectoral the inflamed tissues, aids expectoration, and hastens recovery. It soothes new paper, which will be issued this week. W. B. Catching will erect au opera house on the ground from which he is having the dirt removed, next to his large building. His new building will be supplied with gas and water in every room. The notorious Craig Grugg is again in jail. He cut a passenger on tho train, Sunday evening, near Pittsburg, and he received a Ilisii wound in the hip from a pistol. The mmi tut on the traiu was named Garrard Thompson. Gragg was out on bond for burglary and this cpisido caused them to give him up. MIDDLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. Dr. C. Ayer S; Co, Lowell, Mass. A. S. PRICE, J. s3Ru2 Oflice SURGEON DENTIST. on Main street, oxer V. U. McRobertt Drug store, Stanford. . DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. Office South side Main mi-- t, in oflice recently vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. DR. MOHN 31. CRAIG, KENTUCKY. t to ; ; iu Homeopathic Physician, STANFORD, - ' - - ' a in j p. m n Office Hours p m. . Office onL.mcasterstreet.oppositccourt-house10 to 39-- r 8 to ;r. c. morgan, DENTIST. d. d. s. ItmoMnktothe s Hiksios otfice, Lancaster street tfstracting. R"en for pwnl Nitrous Oxide STANFORD, KENTUCKV. JO If ieicMMianSo Dealer In Confectioneries, A c. Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Has with htm a first las baker nnd can lurnii.li s7 Jlread, Cake and the liKe on short notice. The lamb crop in this community is the best for mauy years. Farmers seem to be putting in good time preparing lor the coming crop. Frank NY o! ford Taylor and Miss were married at the Carrie of the bride's father, Mr. John Baistin, on the 1Mb. The Christian church at Yosemite has engaged the services of ev. W. F. CJibson for the present year. Uev. Gib-sois au able and earnest minister and will doubtless givo satisfaction. We are in daily communication s with McICinueynow by means of a li.uk' lately started by Jesse M. Brown, of Libeity. IVtsons can take the train at McKinuey now without taking the dangerous "Robin Hood" route by way of Kingsville over the C. &G. It is hoped that Mr. Brown may succeed and the luck bo kept over the road. Win, Cloyd and 1). G. Humphrey started Saturday to Atlanta, ia., with a of mules. Miss Lucy Swopc was visiting at Hustonville last week, contrary to the wushes of "Wir. t.,,1, his. lnrrant went to I iliPrtv csatunl.lj to see his .unci, Mr. JC. Tarrant, who is ....... ..n,1 !n flu, Itwtnrv r( tin. n,. M,a I". 181 KeniUCK I. vUatrj. .urn. W . T Coultor isamain confined to her bed. Ba-tin resi-denc- o u first-clas- don. manently from the staan. The oldest member of tho Uhollct, dietl rcently at Nemours, France. He was born In IT'JS. a haudsomu Carrie Perk-in- , formerly of Dixoy's "Adonis' ..... irni? ,irt It company, was married recently in New ill .1. W. Clack, of thu "Natural York to Gas" company A O Lanhnm Good Looks. John II. Cattleman MISS LICCiE BEAZLEY,' , .. Augustus I'itou has decided to send inn ital organs. II Ikh1 looks arc more limn .ill gtoi.up v cmditloti "Mavoiirneon," tho piny in which W. .1 upon a healthipiacttoou of the bilious look.it .Milliner be hae a Scaulan was acting when ho bouauuu in- thelner stomach le ittscrtiercu ,011 naic a Corner Main and Depot SltteU, lour you hae a if your sane, on tho road again, as soon as a look and liw.V kidneys be affected and ol will health ..ll.-.- l trustee cam bo apjwinted to attend to Lve gool Iiioi. jviccint Hitters i" the greut nl - . I Keepson hand coiittantly a hamlOn,c line cl terati c and tonic, acts direttly on these vitl Mr. Scauhm's interest in it. triniued hat., boLntii, Ac Trimming done toolguns fasjood It is a fact that Rubinstein, tho L ' rl,,,le,''ed corn of Dres Makers are J wm. mi, .1111 win latui) the public eerv dc- mous composer and pianist, will visit tore, w i.em per beltle. tail 7tjr season. Abbey America next Gran OF La Grlppo. 0() IO have htm uiider contract for filly conNo health person ncul fear anv dangerous ftom an attack ol la unppeil pryerlv certs, lieginning next Novembor. Uo is ami It u much the sasae as a seere treated Ar,;,";(c guaranteed af 100.000 and traveling ex requires preciely the ine treatment. Remain 13ARBEE&CASTLEIMAN quietly at home ami take Chamberlain's Couh penses To have your pholof r iwht made. You will find Kemedy as directed for a severe cold and a MANAOKRS, that he aill aiwa treat )u right and give i The "Journnl of a London Playgoer prompt and complete tecovery is sure to lollmv Kemcmber be of la hl HCtutei of all from ISol to l&iiti." by Henry Morley. gripperemily alo counteract any tendency many Commerce Building, Louisville. salifa tion sizes, een frommakessmalleil plmto the dltlennt the to retult in pneumonia. Among the graphs up to a life tlr portrait in era ion. water which has been out of print for some thouwiwU whohac iisimI It during the epidemics colon, ami paitellt If you haea picture Agents throughout the South two hae yet to learn time, hats just been republished, with a of the a t that j eats, werecovered or that hasolre-a )u want enlarged, It will pay you lo see him before has not single contracting with any erne to complete index by tho author, which sulted in pneumonia. j and 50c bottles for ale it made, at he is located here ami will always be here to glte greatly increases its value as a book of Dr M L llourne, Druggist and Optician, stan-- f "W. A J KAItl, Stanford, Ks ,,j iy aril, K A. TRIB3LB, Local Agont, reference. STANI'Oltl). RY MHoa' Norvo and Llvors 1MU Judic's jewels ami other treasures THE SUELTOH HOUSE. the Itver, brought absurdly low prices nt mic- Acton a new els thrigh the nerves Anew stomach and w tion. A diamond necklace worth $(1,000 lurnttrv. Dr Miles' Till stiecctllv cul bthcu. ROWLAND. K VEX DOME HOTEL torpid liver, ptlcs, constipation ' v;is sold for $1 ,000. and tho laces wore tioss bad taite, men, wouien, chlblren. s,nie.t, Uneiual:d for WAI.l ACK srKELL. I'ror nbnost given awaty, ono fine princess inihie-- r Mirei nuj iipr vn,p 'I hit II. 11. 1 h it been rehltcd thro isho t ' dress in point nppliijuo going at nine- at A R l'etin)'s CAMNITZ, MaiiK'r, teen dollars. A LIVERY ATTACHED. Safo and Ilollablo. IICSTONVIl I K. Ky The aiuuunl report of the Comedie "In buying a cough meli.ine for children,' t'raii. lent ont.i sidiilted f l'!druggu--l . II A Walker, a prominent .ij FranenWe shows a profit of $70,0H VSUI) Thnrvu(hly refitted and reiiirnihel and tuily J W CAHKII R. I'rop .. the want, of the public A f," 'J !!:.A.TC:"-KThis will give fO.'JOO to each sociotahi-Iand ' pren.iedTo ittend tec rT...I..V.su tobdlow I MiikyUilr It to ""e VIMI'l.fc KIIUM attaclMrU tho courso of tho yeair lb'Jl eleven ChamherUin because have found now pieces, including saruous "ilier ommend i..i reliable. ' s t"iiei" ' J J Pj 1. ie PV lirviTOT? t and uptluan. rnrf P LXlijllj.L midor." were produced and twelve plays by in M I. IllUUoiJ. Stanford. Ky of its old repertoire revived. F. II. HILEY, Proprietor, - Kontucky. I lighest cash market price "paid CHTD A Vl?r r'rom my pasture near Ian-- I London, TURF TOPICS ille I tendas O aiutAny mfrfor iiro. one Urit MatkSw, unmarked m bettei I hae moved to my new Hotel and ill K thin Wullv re. tiN l A D 111. .ii ot her s Connecticut is to liavo auothor too than ever lo comtmndn9 the public. Ko.!t prcpartd Cow Lontrack, to be locatiwl Good I.ivcry sttacbott and evety rsvMiice dramatii-profession, rem-edy riv-wr, retired per- U n candidate for at Sheriff, Subje. I am agent for The Cenlial Kentucky Hedge ol the Democracy. Klcction Nor Fence Co.. ot Lancaster, and oiler the SeryicM of to the action lltgj. both myself and the Company to the citlrcnsof Lincoln luunty. 1 am fry thankful for the liberal mimnare received and llOu hy l.lir dealinir to Farmers in need of a ood merit a continuance fence will find me at the Mjers ltuue in Stanford Salvo. Bucklln'a Arnica Is a Candidate lor In the oflice of Ciron each County Court day. M W. JOHNSON. Tho Iimi uIve in the world tor cult, bruises cuit Clerk, aut'iect to the action of the Democratic Q,.fn ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup tions and positively curea piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to irivv perfect satisfaction, Candidato for Clork. Puce at cents per bo. or money refunded. Kor sale by A. R. I'ennv, Stanford, Ky. Subject to the anion of the Democratic party. I in General Merchandise, announce myself a Candidate fot the oflne of CirShingles. o shall make cuit Clerk for Lincoln county Guaranteed Curo for La Grlppo. in the interest ol mysnni Wm. S llurch, who Goods sold for cash only It fcl.esme pleasure We aethorlre our advertised druggist to bell you for Consumption, to state to the publli in general that I am doing will not be of the Cnstituti'innl age until n few Dr. King's New Discoviry If ou nicely under the Cah bvsten and that the peopl da) a after the next November election. If I Coughs nnd Colds, upon this condition are rapidly catching on to the fact that it t the should ret eie the nomination, and be rleiteil, are afflicted with 1.3 C.nppoand will use this it a rair trial better system, both for the hujerand seller. They m miii mil dm hargt- the diiticsol the olhic as according to directions may leturli the bot- also know that I Mll anods lor about a third less my deputy and rcicttc all the emoluments and expormce no benefit, ) oil MKl'IIKN HI RC1I 97 wt'ijjke than my competitors w lio do credit busine. He tle and have )our money teliiiuled this otter because of the wonderful .uccew or IJr. member that I Veep constantly or, hand a splen- , did assortment of Drv Goods, tinnerles, Cloth-Inj"V!"," ,f ' Mine's New Discovery diirinE . .. l.ia.h II I1IS.I. .. ! "sirable I arm of 140 Hoots, Shoes, lints and the like. Call In and demic lute ncaruoi no case in .1 W on Crab Orchard I . 11 I almoit daily. pike, Tr it Triul bottles free at A R Penny's drug see my stock, which replenishedRowland, Ky. W. II Mlllrr 4 milt'. tri.Mii sui,f..r. r Irol J H. Ill L TON, lure l.Htgc sue iot and $1. Many persons who have recovered from la erlppa are now troubled with a persistent couj(h. Chamberlain' Cough Remedy will promptly loosen this cough and relieve the lungs, effecting a permanent ciiri-- in aery short time, ne and 50c bottles for tale hv Dr. M. L. llourne, l)ruggtl and Optician, Stanlonly, Ky. Cough Following tho Grip . TO THE FARMERS, J. N. MENEFEE, 1 JAMES I. BAILEV py. J. H. HILTOIT, Circuit 1 Dealer Lumber and tin-rac- !. 1 DlV'P ' .I...-...I..- ... , ... S.w-n- r ROYAL LIVERPOOL. and Dress Maker r- cS&rc nnHNnntn k'nmnnntl - I 111 vVr EARP, ARTIST, o-- I 1 bc satis-factio- n principle-regwlali- ng THE II.U. , 1 - : "nZ,U 1 s- lJri' tiul-g- ; nir CASH &c, at I 1 lA LJ - trot-tin- 111 uir de-ir- : car-loa- d I HUBBLE. old Sinus i.U.fcite.1 NOTICK IO Til It .. . Hjviik. more land than can manatre at ir 2:17. & and tbe pre.ent stcm tA tabor, hae," deter- - ... . . , I I" I T" I f' t T" 1 .Some ono lias figured out that the m.ndto.iiaia ' iMrgmamy ' 1J l v ' Ja 1 1 ! . .. and tliiriv let, atr.. on the Manteara asiel U i)i SIANIORD, r?Y eOUS 1111(1 llanlltors Of AbdalltlU have1 wile mi. ami u seven miles ol Lancaster and o Kl1 of ti"t ,hM ' ,"" trotted JtV.1 beats in 2:h"0 or hotter. 'I hje openeil la combcIkii with ml Hotel, tbe rich blue-gracounlie. In 1S01 tho people of l'aris alone con-- ' Cenor ine t tnillk .tock Kenti.ck). taking into eonsloeraliwi beamy BUined ai.'JUl horses, 'JiO OllkeVS and 40 wier,ml, bmidingIn material.. muies- - tho mmt WOlglllllj; 4.01.1 tOUi All of the bind s.ra. .. enept iBB, Mc ttc Thui ilce fntvwitras huater. fisiuwinrii an I aires fre.h ewr land, without pir other. t iretftM 'von l.v tli . wheat. cre.of Hhy land lorcornaisd tlx ll,0.vU"L t tlie. nnri w,.i, wU wth it: bm . M.uioM, as all pttwected to U.e fi.il Ontario. . .Jockey. club, of - Canada, in- - a ..-a r ounl ee it before UjiMg. ih.. est t l. .,1 .f ,Se law SvVd , . r. i .1.. . ll'Cl .1 I !KW T iVt't'V C. M.Jsl'OOVAMOoRK ' from the day. of the Indian I E IIKUCI. s IS'Jl AIu a detarh.il tract ol t acre. I l mil lr.m A..,Ui.tik. imirM i ft I it to .the 1. nuMu Mrand TIIOMAs C HAI I ... A i u. ..a...... .w-- .. ....... - .. new s. .nicies anu irs.o oiocnieu ....l ...... .... - ..., si. l STKI I.K HAII.V IWiii. .... crmtrm . ...... ...... ...n tl, UV....W.. of Iffll i9 , v... ' include. . .Mason " a p. .table .impart with LAND 1 V 2al0a Nancy Hanks. J. Malcolm Forbes now owns Ariou. 'JK)0. Fine Land For Sale. Cine at a call, Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, M. F. EL KIN CO., FRANK Kll.r.V. and Houri. ""f" 1 at i ss d". '"lLv.,u ' tritrj u l- u v. i . if,,,i, "'" trl ,ii,, ti-- ui iairi - i.c MYERS iOljSjl. tlllllli' . . POSTICSJ. ' urca..r l..ui j... i. .o.,b. nt ...l,.n ll V n tl,. . ..,. .... "P diiTerent ' ...... ....., twenty-fiv- o '.'"l ""'am """"I tAMi . ....... Mr. L. M. Gray, of Danville, was out At The French government spoutls ;S,- Tuesday, writing up some fire policies. ooo.ooo ier yeair on its public highways, Blue-Gras- s Co. .1. W. liriRht tells us that Dan of 230 Acres of Splendid u uuu a inuii I onrl uui iiiuii iiwi.iu.-Uarrard, will move Ida saw mill to this SAMtlmilt tif,nlila in. in luu lesiral.l loc.ttd on turnpike OK STAN'KORD, KY., Lee Stone place about the tirst of April. In uolKinm. Uormany auul Italy, wiioro stanlord to Miiidi:eiiie. i.tiicotu county, Ky , with liavinn sold his farm thinks of jroini: to nu.ioBi.nr Is now fully orgnntred and ready for business tlie roads are kept gool. mi.. Iiorto cau miles irom Manioru, 4 rane. ,B,i City td flo SIANIOKD, k Lexington. We will bate to givo Mr. UO as mucil HOrviCO IIS llireo ill IIIO nail, ttom iUHYttu.t -4 ot .Mnrelami. j,Kii a sialtmi on me v within I', rail- - $200,000. S R K Paid up Capital of I'arm ho. upon it an Hetaanl ami The Il-i'- r fe. road districts of America. Ins jod family up. Mi M. K,f I1-1l"ul- 1 spacious tw.fitori brick re.idence, (tin ruof)) all 19,000. Stone and . Surplus, daughter are well; M.Spoonanioruaud Que of tho mares that U. F. KlllOrV neces.ar) euthuiblinr.. aBd an abundance I fruij ,,, ..i .rii mnbcreit. abmidaniis waterel this llMel. ren. valed ami rel.irnished. it imiw 'arks, of Ctarr.tnl, bought pome will send to California to lie bred to bid-- 1 SUCCKSSmt,,THKLnLN NATIONAL again hc". ' ,M my ciurKc'an.1 iiiiteiid to condu. tit m a. iv "lv " t'11 ,,in "Ul "- shoats of Jiimer. Kobinson ami ney. U:Ilij. is a daughter of the cele-- 1 and under to add up) with the same assets ,,, Spr,,g brated old pacer. Matt.e Uuntor, 8:133$ ' Vr V, Mrs. s. management . V. Bright for mnmda toli. the same i.oi.a.n its chatter, depositors are a bar tme ooiu. fer v iirovisions of of Willimantic. onfor commcriui traveler, and is convalescent. Bro. Charley I'ow-- ! r Isaac Sanderson, . h ,1 ...l.,W ,. ...H.iln.. . fu y pro ected as a.e depositor d in v: by. on.. owner oiAicyo v. ... oxtwets Banks, its shareholder bem he of iividuIW ell delivered two good Hermoiis at the LOCUSt (.kovir their stock-thiking hUygiiccii liable to the entent ol the amount K FirSt-ClaS- S 1 Ii-tU2- :i schooMioiisoandntlliiBh Branch Sun- -' 2:oCb.yuar-olil trot well down in tho einat the par value thereof. to . , mat acta twenties Cl "P shares. It 4? 4W. AnJ ,, UAKn,d go- amount invested in such trustee, Ac, as fully as thy. UJS. hngleman is talking of tbe e,mlllg executor, administrator, ' '" ...... IVitivilli. ...w .v, .,..,..... tn rlrivn MntRl'rl fur () rua .ini.r. Todiho"who entrusted their biilsine,. .10 us iii..tr Palo .( i('a dam, ri....... Winnie, i... National Hank ol ens. We wish him success in the un the Lincoln mna-ln- ir -- Ml ,., . . -. V.nfnrd. wiwiheretenderour many matins am. deitaking. Mif Lb.a Smitli is makim: Plainot, is tho only thoroughbred brood ... i.,n,.r ihftr miiins& Land. ita. T 1JW evCf ,)r0(lucej ,noro tll nare im,,ih; 4,o ..ere. .i niuc-U-n trust guarantee fo prompt Brighfs Schoo!- - 01ie 2::i0 trottinR 1orlormer. sha ls th $'. a, with KKClT.-npUtXeniy years experience m up school, to open at fM tton JUL 1 1 accessible to the Stanfotd ami Danville mtn-- 1 JLVX1! 1 1. house about the middle ot' March. dam of Palo Alto, 'J:0Sk; Gertrude Ritv ' KnnVini. ndas liberal accouiinuujiiun. ; sistcnt with sound banking. bell. 2S!3J. and DiB Jim. .Xl?t J" " j DtKECTOKS: Fogle, of JiNtTio.v CiTV.-Me- ssr,. Das- Dai. Mace used to hay of James . i he una u .WKKiieutir-:- , are ine guests ot itieir his- - nil -- ne is uw ouiy man i ever biarteu hen p. tobacco, corn ami wheat, J.J. William, Mt. Vernon; J. M. Hail, Stanford; ,'!, "" tor, Mr3. .Shannon. Capt. Thomas Kiel.- - against that did not know wheu ho was J.S. Ow.ley, fttanford; ; ards'is unite ill at bis home on Shelbv beaten, is o one was ever euro ot a raco csmmodimiv dwelling, a convenient stock iarn. S.J..Kmbry, Stanford their horse's head was under Stanford; i'l.V7oN,SS:.:r' street . MiHS Pink Helm, of Danville", until in tho third heat wheu Jim yas the J.K Lynn, in i wire ionks. A. YV. Carpenter, Milledgevtlle; was tllae guest of relatives here Sun.lay. j tho r.i(.o Having remosed my llarber bnop to the Com m ilv ftll.K. Mne.iiie llotel, I am J. K.llaushnian, Hustonville; Miss Sarah Hilton, of this city will J K. Cash, Stanford; ODDS AND ENDS. continue tlie millinery business tht William Gooch, Stanlord, Ky. watnl. i,,r- - FOE. SALE. me a call. I' W (iKKFN. I'rojtneior IIL'KNS. Matiaiser t.m h Country. AMII II W t.AlNKs. IAMI-St.lVr1 S i'llll.l IPs rn Farmers Bank&Trnst . s i VPORTMAN vnuistiir JtSEi. ,i? HOUSE, NW a for Cl i Norfolk-Weste- Hi hihcdule D. rinher', I.EAVH NOKION DAILY Now-closin- -- "" V' e att.n-"oame.o- ur w n., , ;' m !!.. LVrrVZlrM U ...... ' . j:r:tV-a,rr.,.,.- m . -- ' 1& 'V"' ., tat i 2:'.'. ai ...;- - A !.! Saloon vwmtwV e I , ft"' ,f,m' S":'." LZ&'fte .ie'".",,"! JX '' I U fl U Kf nnpH U I'htradetphia aud New York. 1'itllmaii SJrepiHi: Cart Ire ltti'villeto N'r talk via Nurton and Uadford; alae Kadford l New Yttrk, via Shenandoah jHHetlnn. al.o Kal lord to tt .hHtion also from Lynckturc. to Kuli Bono. 1 rin f..r I'o alumia. I'owhatan and l.ool will Imiic IHueheld ilaily at p in ami p in, i jh in I ram. arrive at V tto.i lnui the last daily at it ii a m and n p m . I or flintier ml riDali'.n . he.! " r , rate A .applvtaijfhtv of .rfik .V Wesiern Kai V IIK nod or to Cm I'as ti .tr A.' , It an te .taiurn.. m lar IMueniM, Hadtaid. Kfunoke. and I ii lyitihtsurc, Hickesoad aM Noflolk. AIm. ,.i KiMiteAe) ftw 'alj;ton. Ilacerslewa, llsirts-Imrg- , ah am, MiMtlvId ami intermediate v ipm i III, SHOP. i S.H. Shanks, President. J. II. 0sley, Cashier W. M. Hright, Teller H . . t man, General Book.Keeper. W-,- FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. K spring. She desires the patronage nil ,' friends. The new planing ll. her l.ich is being erected here, is a hand- .some building and will a Id a good, deal, to tbe city. Mr. Charlie Fowler has re- -' signed from the .'inployment of the C. S. railroad and will take at position in the new mill. - j The choir of the Mormon temple at g, Lako is3oohtroiuj q( o tje ..LaH s thj over 0 places in Wales. ,.,. iipn rm,p Himw na , i!iiiv. WJLIRID- .. Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, In anything ... they may with in my line, alio waited on. Call u me Chil- I . rr.t t. i:l i I inoa uieu. tho Unit0(, bt.itc3 us Chino.-ochristo-n ebiui,. , hl...,..: The i.iiia Agents of Queen .v Crescent- Ko,lte anil Louisville Southern H. H. will sell Stock Capital tickets nt reduced rates for the follow18,500 ing occasions: Surplus to the fac Republican State Convention, LouisAttention or the public is invited in Stanfortl only National Hank that thi. ville, March :0. Patti Opera, Louisville, Feb. 21). Tick V''.? .? .V.. .,r.ekl mUlers liability lof an tuck. on sale at (J. A I . Mahons in Kfii-amount equal to to Jtietioii City, nnil tuckv, nVvnwrlnMatementofthecoiidiiionofthebanit; ' all staitious on the LotiiHville .Southern are "Juc,ht,7VreKe uVsoJeriimeVraBenu. Oiuse. urins additional rajlron,!, MonTiKrtnttaaon,oriKinaiiT,s Mardi tints at New Orluauifl and ,..,.,. liiijiiisiii , .... .. t.,(nr,ti .818. theu Deposit Hnim ""..'"'.7". c.;r...,i ... ,ta. inH 1)110. AW., ft!", ''tl. illlU '!. ilCK- i nink III .1 La lll'fl U .' 'Wl K..U Hank of ftfi uood to return until March I l l'.rst has had practical y an unin tiiiSSi. supplied Call on any agent of the J. & C. route existence of j yean. ItU better prompt uow with tacilu.es r0rtrati.cU..K business or Louisville Southern railroad for furthan eser before in it Ions and lv and liUr-D- y Account of corponitimis, career honorable - ther information. firms and individuals respectfully solicted. The legislativf free pass seems to be The Directory l this Hank is composed ol tinder condemnation everywhere. The l', J. Foster, of Statifur.l; have passed a Massachusetts Koresttis Keid, Lincoln tounty; bill prohibiting their use by members. r J. V. llayden, Stanlord; v - $200,000 B,JVK tlwir.l.eads their children bv preparatory for pig :rsr mmmsmmims .,-- z -- JICSSK THOMPSON, In Ccmmcriial Hstel St. OIN3CKNAT), I.oiut, Detroit, - g.gft$ Nall-ma- ) 1 For KisOnous wounds mudo by insects such as mosquitoes, etc., apply cologne water More than 100.000.000 Chinoso aro either directly or indirectly m the tea industry. T0ro ro .00 hinvillilh ninning in the state of Wiisliinffton, with a total daily cutting capacity of feet. en-gag- New York, .. Micliigan Tcint, ChlcB, Cleveland, Hullalo, ludialiaKlis and the West, Ne " Knelatid, Canada, ISoslon, 1. - T Hull, Wat. I, at Ilaltinmie, I'liiladelphu, Washinsion. Omi ke.t time to ILirndtbur. Krankfort, Ky YIKt.lNIA Richmond, Shurtrst atid ijultke.t line to f I will season n.iiney d ie when service i tendered, wlt'i pris ilee nf l.reeitut l.v k If lie. etsjry ' , ., V W.OKErN my o.w l..t in stand mv fine Sunf..rd at IWO DOLLARS the &L- - baf;ai;i cars, smoking cars and I'lillmai. Hondoir Sleeiu-through without clianue via Chattan. oga, llirmlni;hain, Merid Ian makiiiz iluccl cuniiei tint,, pit route fur Kuoi and point in the ville, A.heville, raw eBJLiiriAKfs, Solid Train-- , r Lym-hbur- coi.hr A I ." tiMS-S-I r iinre-oriVniW.la.lh- e lidu-cun- e.. hw-makr- " S.1L HauBhmtin, Lincoln; . M. J. Miller, Mt Vernon; S. T. Harris. Lincoln; J, S. Ilocker Stanford; G A Lackey, Lincoln; T 1. Ilitl.Stanford; V. . Welch, SUnford. W. I. Tate, Stanford C-- OITICUKS: , S. Hocker, l'resideut; John J. Mcltoueru, A. A- - McKiuuey, Asiutant Cnhler When When When When Uaby was sick, we gavfl her Castorta. she was a Child, abet cried for Castoria. she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. sho had CUlllren, ho gave thera Castoria. va.s.. ( lasted now for many n.,,1.! iu iincuiuo wui lu.iiiuui. ui.s iai The hist languaigo into which tho Now Testament h.'is been trainslatted is tho ..,,.., M... I............. .r v. .... M,........ t... ' .uuu. ...iiaim latest tribe to become Liighsli subjects, Lale tests prove that the strongest wood growing in the United Stiitos is, tho "iiiitinog hickory" of Arkansas, The weakest is the yollow West Indian birch Tlie czarowitz'h famine coinmittee, in order to enable farmers to continue their work, has decided to purchase horses in Siberia to replace farmers horses killed on account of tho fainiuo. It being u Jewish rule that no fire shall be kindled on the Sabbaith. the query has been started. Would a Jow bo a transgressor y switching on tho electric lamp? A scientific authority being to, deeded that tho lamp is not tiro in tlie meaning of tho law. hats inn. uiu.s county. Mo., j,aco ca,t.d ro j't,m j Taloy , BOIT'T 1TOTJ KUCW That j .sew ' i Kr,,, ,,, ancy JKSSK ,he ,ies,unl, iarKct variety I. WEAKEN rUltS, ily -- r fmPHP0tsa"s3n--':- ? (Ml . f-s. LrOOdS, i' Candies Nuts, Cigars i And Ir.cijri n in the DCWT FOHGET Tli.it he At Chattanooga for Ailanta.Columbu, Wilinini; ton, Charleston, Augusta, Miumi, Satannak, llriinswick, Lake Cit). 1'hoiiu.ville and KI.OUI DA points. The only line running solid e.tibuled rrain vph Pullman Itmiiioir or I'alacc Sleeping Car to St AiiguMine willii.iit change lor .my cU of baggage Selma and .Montgomery, llutitsville, Decatur Florence, Memphis and A It KANSAS point. Shortest and uiiickent to Annisluii. Selma. Mo bile. Pnrct connection, made at NKW without omnibus trunslei for (iajve.ton liou.toti, Austin. 10,-00- 0 ii'.. keeps the cheapest to. k ol j Staple Groceries, WII.L.IA9I .HOKELANI), e Dealer m the And Provisions, abi TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line to Jnik.on and Yuksburg, Mis. , Siuevcpi rt La,, making dun t connections without omnihu transfer for Dallas. Fort Worth, Am tin, San Antonia, El 1'aso and point. in . ,J(J TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. of good, fur IU mi, 1 :ir.l, llutter, etc , for whi. Ii he pay the e,aet..W, .c and tli.it he exchange KgG, I'otatoes, all Lindi up-pli- Highest Market Prices. (iooiN delu ered anywhere in the city and hi iy nip utaue 111 zxuwi.um. 1ai For through rate, correct county map and lul Solicited Stock Cattle and Sheep u apiM.ialty. I'ersnna havini; any ot tho above described stuck inlormation call on Agent at Junction City, Ky for ale or wiinliiR ti pur. hue same, vil dr. well oraddreas J.S LKITII, Trav. Ta.i. ArI., Jnnciion Cily.Ky. to call Oil or address me An expeiletiic nf fifteen D. O. KDWAKDSV I). MILLKR, years In thi biisini'ss has been of profit to me nml I rallic Mangr , (J. .V 'f. j. j I think I can make It profit ible both lo the btijcr Cincicnati, ion and setter. 1' O. address SUnford, Ky, Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs i.tvLHQa j. i i - i