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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892031101 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. rSyTiT7 f.,!, VrWp(pSjrriif - fM"" ir " roj- i3sr ""lyr Semi-WeeklVOL. XX. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. MARCH 11.1892. Tin;. NO. 4 x- - WILLAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY". LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. What Is Woman's Greatest Charm? In response to the oll.'r of a pri.e of A protracted meeting if going on at The trial of Win. Best and Charley Police com t is in session and a Iniye tJO iu gold by the New York 1'iesa for (jwl.H WftH continued peo- - ' the Methodist church. until docket being on liund a number ot Iht heat answer to Waittur hhb- - TlturHflny. Mi es Sidney nnd Howena Hnufill pie are in town. tj1l. eH republican eotintv commit-.,h.irtn,- " Hon, "Wlmt ia n woman's greatest The miners are on a strike at Idly, entertained a few of tlieir friends last about :i,000 answm weie ie- - . stirtfd Sutunlay, It. A. bavins fallen out with the b.tnk bos- -, an Friday evening at their home in Ninth Would call especial attention this week to their n v importation ot Gents' Hoys', Youths' and Children j ready made il awinM tn h la- - Huinsidi chairman, Kngli-hnin- u Tin' prie whs by the name of r'tutt. They William-bur- g. teivi dif-)o- rt re j copy leader- - saying in tlit-i- r riie Somerville Journal says the dy, the Itnpust was held over Henry Faulk- declnruthe. will not re in me work until very dillirult to ference between notointi and lopnta-niak- b a new bosi is appointed, that "it ImH uer. last week, and he was adjudged a is HOinetliiiiK tint no politician can a choice betwen about M of the , Mnniagc license since March 1st lunatic. Mr. Fanlknei is a voun man .1. lnu- - over he-- t letters, the lettei of (eti. 6wmH t0 iuulirtaiil. have been issued to the follow ing par- - lii yeaia of age and it is thought his pre.'- Ti c Tue-duy- 'a The tnmmcd and fa.uUlcss. ,n cut, perfectly, made and elcg-tntlIvrKitiou .locus w-- " did tie. drain being among that niiiiibei." W. M. Hubbard and Alabama Gil- -' Pll, ,oull. was caused bv n ..eveu at I 1 t and the "KentiirJciiin'H nntjrcach here until I o'clock in tin af- liert. Andrew ICarr and Lir.iu Storms tack of brain fever.' we Ji.it. e iinu iclciilu 3 uo iMCn.1 h extra ill iiunmniii iuvv (ji ices. "piie letter' Scarfs in rlctuio" an- - given l)eiow. ternoon. Thin wont do for its reader 'Jeni'i I'.uker and .Sutiui Jackson; Jan. tjnarterly court convened Monda fine Silk and Satin Teck Crepe deCliine and I?our all the new Spring .shades, the handsomest line of Ties Womanliness" - the gieate.t rhnrm. oxer here want it fresh from the press. It. D.ivisaud .Mary I! bickaby; K. K'iley with .Indue Stinson offered in preiding. Theie Mm. Blanche Sweenev has returned and JoLphine KH'moii. Hen it in described. were juitea numbpr of Hinall cfle8 to Stanford. women ate thou-fmmThcino-tfnscinatin- g Hoy. J. It. vi,it ,() iM,iuvitU-'- . Moilday nli;ht fcome Bcoiiudrel at- -' try and it tiok tlujnde thief days to .. . .. . I ... . !. I j most cnnih the every day moments: rvrct spent home , that ,no,in i..Mu- - .hni.le caos in which the amonnta in of existence. I.eigh Hunt., 'tains tin- - week. John M Iigati in lace aieiidence for the Mippned pur- - controversy would not exceed the coMh. benute- - , jMrk froI1 A 1Mne8Slrjp to New York. pose 01 Kindlier in women, not theii roouei y. 4ir. i.nveiace eiaiei, MifWBOairieMyeis and Itettie Wi: have opened 50 pieces of Foreign and Domestic Ginghams and love. Shakes- Tu. nits looks, shall win my oi Marion county Mattie, diaeovered him when he was1 more spent last Saturday with Mim I.n-- j Outing Cloths, in both the dark and light shades, voiced by everyone pen re. at their meeting n few days Miiee dem- - halfway in at the window and Sid sent cv Maban at I'letiMiiit View. Mr. II. TiH beauty that doth oft make wo- - OIHtriltei )nt, t,01r w"jjtU;, 8S and a bullet after him which, unfortunately, km win nilleil by a telecram Tburf-da- 0. uho has seen them the handsomest ever displayed in the market; and 0ur'Silk Warp, all wool and wool filling 1 Ienricttn, Hedford Cords, men proud. 'tin virtue th.it doth make Hbtv to tackle great problems of states-the- did not bit the miscreant. tothebedPideofbmhrother. K I Kinrr. Cheveron Cords and Taney Colored Henriettas, Scotch Weaves and Shake-pcarmo-- t admired. Harry Thompiou, mhi of Henry w ho very manship by endorsing on of their is sick at h.s home ,in Kan- s Thompson, Camels Hair Suitings in all the new Spring shades are unsurpassed. nd thin virtue in the innate woman- - mt.mt.rrt f,)r tju. ,,Mi,lin 0f .tamp while toolim; with .in old "nS chat in of ovciv,.v W lilve 'lso opened 50 Ladies fine quality Swiss ribbed and piHtol, Tuesday, neir the depot, accithat is the distinct , 1 Tu.nn. ,T,e i" '.H,,0lt.0n and the Duke of Welling-o- r dentally shot himself through the palm Motuanh woman, ho she a fur as Helen plain weave Vests, in low neck and sleeveless, and in high neck and nit;ht and i1i6cuhs-- i ineettii'. last . ,,, m". a Itom. ly in. tieoigc Kliot. as graceful to Wl.rt, l(0, , a sPj5nd!d, . ??k ?f on Tt.y ,oenBnrtMl of the hand, the ball lodging under the ed with Mr. S fG.CntS f"d entrin-e- r for the L. - Mine. ;i- - Psyche or as unprepofMKHiimas u(r8 Bt WjU. ,)0 MU ,mt" fm t,tf nr. Hkin noitr tli( wrirtt. There !h more than &X.. the plan and advmabili.v of build- Hoys Ncghgc and Govcs. 4dl.cs rival of the (.Iciman army, Napoleon iiiil voui)L'-le- r of about bi-- i .leMael. anil inc a loot hriduw i over the railroad juFt wniic ouins, iiuie.s , ueiu.s iiy.s anu uiinaren s anoes. nan eier ie.u , ! have cantmed and destioved Theohariii of woman the aome older who nvui hucIi daiiceniu-- . north of the dejMit Our stock of Table Linens, Towels, Towelings, Napkins, White where the mad runs the unoerinoftt theme of poet, palnterw ' armv ( tlie Duke. (Jen. i rant was not IooIh. who m tf aood cowhide projier-l- y j through a deep cut. It ii not Goods, Laces, Hmbroideries, Handkerchiefs, etc., are all complete only very .... ,..1, ,.:,.., v....i..,.., mil- inu iiinj"i. applied. mid obioonheri. They have dw It on 1111 ....i.ii.v. uir .MHui(uit i.... ti... ..wi...i. ' inconvenient hut very danccoiiR in its and arc to be sold at the lowest cash prices. We especially invite ;.... ,...1.. ixpremlon, nf color if ,.. nf it,,, v lllil I. mi nifnt-- ....i,. .. id. (In-. G Colson, of Bell counHon. Divld her beautv ol tfi HH" rni.3 i.iiii present condition, as a reat many chil- - Cash buyers to come a'nd see es, tis we keep no books and we make ty, -- pent Sunday in lx)inlon. Senator oren nave .'lllM.ror j,, ,jH (lvt j.rt..u ImttU. n.oti'.n, ol mold; on the neiicaie iwoito cioss tlie railiofld J. S. HUGHKS. al- to prices for rich and poor alike. lies 01 her mind and heart, on her 'nu. New York 1'reen wn Hiked I'A "arkei arnved on liis fust tiip honiu ! and returning' from -- chool. Thefionij; railroad and bet nat- Vhcii dul tlw expression. 'a pif in a Hince the meetinu of the Legislature, moit upeMiturt ct piopows to furnisli the iion and have rijfht rather (oU(. ort,lniUl.? amj anfiVieredural Midcnn toward tlm "'Vis Tnwdax, haviiiK been called heie by the the work done if the town will fnini-- h jj, uusins -- iukne.su of hw little dmiirliter. Ike Ma-K-- o HH 0,r proV(,r, than the w roni. each in !) own way .fl H l)Q iiil woou worn nun Keep it 111 tepair, ,,)(1 thoe attrihnt of womauli and xiie Fieneh miv. 'Aeh- two ounger Hona of , I lie board agreed to accept the tlilit eter dint en HH'he.' Tina refum to the Henry M.wee, a loy ( Fierce Cotton- lien) an the iutiiiiKilde noinethin tion and appointed Mi. J. -- . Jon J hft her .ilxive and aiart. t'ick oft'ii reirted to in France ( Mb 01 Ilioir llilliilMir In iimL-II... ,.n..i ....... It h thin wonainlliwi that "in" lve 8'itiitmc a for a u and lamily, of the eastei n ,M.rt of the county. ,l!u, hiitn it for ,,u. , WIK shall keep constantly on During the year I Si;.' I l KH" Hence and cnmmandti reM-ct- . that make hT p.iljjiiim it oil n yri'i'iihouif. full and complete stock of -- T1"' rPLM,'ar "W ' took hand a when ourerned Another exprrtMnu. If one let the 'cat Irof7,,lyiOrt.OrVi!0" liar . H.nrvi Mi nut: in UilphilneM ?atim,av law ni0l, ,Ljin et cHniuig and out of the Imh. tlie trick wkh ior tliOM nhe lov.'H, , ...v "" ; ,,itprest. Me-e- i. J. H. I)nvi C 'natrnMiiiifMsarhil'lou the Mroiiycr H..,mii,i niviiii niieoiiuii mere us u 11 ,. i... .1. S. Uatliir. J. S. Jones vcflLiFvT n ? air dien en rywheii- - that able manager Thoi. o'Mnra, Jo.- Mi pj( and ture nwrftn.iry for tlie romiditiy out of m Knights or Honor J. A. s WoWMlHliHfHtllllt Ui- k- it h eXIfeliMlff. Ill' l.htor A. It Ilyche, Mark tm-tw- s. weie d W. H. Ko The Order of Kmclita of Honor if imw Haidin .itid tail Hansel werv in lierahn Id m dntmu j1.mi. and Imt was eiectwl mar-in- d by 80 majority over in the front mnk uf the ureal fraternal Monday. tieorjaT. Farm and hi.MnpNnetit, del. t.- -i in dHKi. that inakwj Uei tfn-tleai. .. .My stock of . . imllin ISiid. All the of the day. tiol-- I mid benettciar loviai:. .ptick of nfHiuhr, pa Wren .ire jti- -t 111 from a tour of centcied in the judge's race. The den I.odse No 1 wim organized June .Ml, Midiil-bor- n i:er to lorwie. cen-enot tent 111 Harlan. Whit. bur.' and candidate, foi that honorable position mnkw W.t, and h lapidly Iimo thcorderspeiid otlur p mita and wdf twrrirtclnc and that Col Heoriie W. wen H. H.Tye. It. T. Hemphill and C. Is larger that there are over 1,000 lodcc in Itaker h- - lie. 11 .ib-e- nt loi it and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of 111 Mt. Vernon M. ihich. Ti.e the world lovelier and potnr friends oi the icspective , with a ineiiiberahip Jan. i, the I. prompt seruce, low charges and courteous treatment: Mr. Thomas for some tune, attending tin bedbide of teme. candidates went in with the detoiinma- it8 of hi- her isc, of i:cv.01l. I'tiriin: the is Dai.to.v in charge. A. R. PENNY. little puk d.iiiicliter. The woiiMnlinM Unit mnkit tion to win. but about .! o'clock Mr. niembers the orlei"i. exitence H . 1 1m dutiful in Unlove- - of the ihjiu who l.ueh withdrew and left the field to bis ' ditHi, atKi 10 ine winw ami or- MIDDLEBURG, CASEV COUNTV in. fur Iter hikI die for her as mother ' tlie-4- " brotliep. ha ileceasiil pbans of nweethen.'t a lid wiiw, and who priue j, iu,k liiin Hiid the enoriiKMii -- 11 in of ;.t7,'-1)tl- ,i 1 . iiInwc nndei. MarKftift .. .1 to .. .. uiev neie a ue. liOlll MUCH lb t I'll t Feb. It. 1ML. So nicely ad- -- (LATH ALKXANPKlt'S HOTKL, the cluaniiJs! of the lots and ratiHicked the town for votes and Mr. juted is tlie iiiachiiiery of thy nrderthat A KKNTrCKIAX'-TICrrit- K. 11nW the town looks somewhat limit! HemphillV friend- - found two, uhilo Mr ' the collectinK and dlsburMn of UiIh vant 7ED. In 1'tikm k I.is TIM. AT 01 Siikimiim. amount nf money ha- - not ost the beue- - liko a place of civih. itiou. May it Ii!8 friundn weie more foitunate nnd thu- -. II U'WMM! AltOL'Mi. lound mm, cloain-t- he polls withii.Mr. ' flciarien one cent. In Can i in not in the Hiht for circuit Tie seven in the lead. Mr. Tye is a Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Hous- e, lftiiT'iii 01 tiik Fauis. From the oruitnl.ition of tin order to T'.tiie with March 1, 1M!J, then were :W." ahiefa- - jitdue 011 the democtatic side, but -- he younif lawyer lieie, while Mr Hemp-- J The art of makliiit happy thoI OUISVII LF KV ia woliiiin'HKnwt-es- t nun 111 the Uomuiou-wealth- 's whom ihiiuent. or an average of a little over 17 may worry ' .l";re, 6eV;'a! W. R.' LOGAN, , attorney campaign. lye was -be charm. A brilliant mrnd may for per yeai, imtiuu uieiiiber- - between the on at-,iT A .h c.n: vv. juiil-s-, ji r ouiiiv.ui, t t iiai3iuui,4vit:i ks. W M. Clovd retutued from Allan- - election day and ia still ipiitt .sick 1. the moment elicit applatiHe, but Hue- - of is and l" yuarc, Il for each from k, a -- Miipathetic heart, its where lie has heeu si relapse of thu grip. Wo hope he will! The Hum of $',lH0 is paid the ta, tin., power Ih like the meteor that Uashc liimily of each full-iat- e -- : member in good with two c.n loads of mules. He re- - soon" be able to assume the duties of bin GO ports a line market and returned all nllice to which the people have elected' nnd ia lot to Mi:ht frever. Adiihitiou, itaudinj; at the time of his death. It i nt and will make an able and ellicient decenenites into j.ycophan-iif exii-il- ve. In I.s"s itn etri'imth was neveiel test-i- d nHdl'. tire- -. lion. .John Wilcber, the stave man ollicer. i and epidemii in tlie by the yellow fesi-i of the mountains, is htivina nice two- ieauiy. A ciaiMnatlon i.sotli. The number of member at that to time CRAB ORCHARD. He mmlMiv and aniialtl'lty would 1,(KK). An extranrdiua htory hou-- e erected on Race street. . xhan-- t the catalogue ot charm-upon the 01-- isrusliiui; tiling through aud will move ry nn.t member-fe- ll We can readily detect March in the as soon as Hssible. il without tin patience that beaieth ,iL.r j,, f,.w weeks h the weather we are now having and farftiei.s T. M Hopper, of Somerset, will1 thiiiKi believeth all tluntra, hopeth ,nirill!; $:v,,o0() for il- - il.iiidation, in nd-scan, we think, take a little rest until all thlnv"". they ti,t,0n to the usual bwne- - by other di -- oou ope u un a tirstcla-- s saddle sunt thinsiandeiidureth April is ushered iu. -- hop near the Hour mill. Mr. would fall to hold with any decree 'of s.sefl t the Mine tune, all of which harne-- Col. I). tJ. Slaughter has invicertainty tin adniiiation and love nai promptl. pmil. To alio w that the Hopper - am old hand at the tations to a tocial boji to be given on It fob or,er i8 p,ini,)j. ,tu.ni:th all the time, for aud will serve the public at low pi ice.--. may hav ti mxinirily aecurcd. Thiiisday night We know it will be a Miss Can ie Cloid, who has had a 1 iws, thereloru, as n logical conclusion, tj,e L.iKilt Meekn endiii'.' Fib. I;s, IMC, as hi- - entertainments always sitcce applications Hied in the touub and si veri -- trugi'le with a case of are. that patience in tin ircate-- t charm that tm,B wen. and that content-- ' supreme Importer's otlice, aud death typhoid lever, wa- - able to be carried to a woman can poHse Mi rs Maban and Sharpe, of tin reacn 01 an woo ia,eg ri. ,,ai in HO da- - from date of tin train Monday and taken to her 1111 nt shipped ac.u of cattle to this Kiandiuothcrs, Mis. Hicks, of cannot be made happy thromjh it- po denth place for Mr. J. V.. Archer, of near Ian-cistThe assessments on the niembers rane to remain until well aain. tent iimtrniuentidity. W .1. I.imuiim. Mr. J. M. Car-o- n soldl.the best Between the mica of is and as lollow- It is rumored that C. Colliuswoith, r, Ky. I.iinc.i-tecar of yearling -- tigar mule- - that has lelt 510"). Hi ami 17. l.'i. il: 1'iand Hi. 1.10: one of .Middlebui's uieichauts, is mak A. C SINK J N. MENEFEK Liucobi county 1)m n ik. Adjuster Forward, of thej ,7 ,m,i is, Sl.liO. ts aiuNlt, il.I'.O, tl and mg niraiik'ementa to leave. Mr. C. in of Hanover, to II. Ii. Schriver A Son, ork County, Pa. The cj.,',0. This, tlie amount paid by ap one ot tlie foremost business men iu I tna, ha been here and settled in full K. plicnnt on jolnini:, remaiiiH hi pi ice received foi them was above the hp-i- sJI.V'O insunuice on Mr. A. for the town ami his many friends and old cus- average. They were -- hipped Wednes- 1H,,t for life. recentli Hundley'H tomers will be sorry to learn oi his in- day via. Livingston 3DEA.XiE.K,S I3ST and Cincinnati. cost Mr. liuntiiey Hope I.odji' No. lit, ot this placi , by tiie. The house tention -. MrDr. Cooper left of the oldest lodges in the order. It rj7,X), which leaves his loss Mill CHURCH AFFAIRS. iu Loui join hci April l., 1.S71, and will yri.uirjiiiy found 17 in- was The went to Louisville to isit misdemeanor- - and -- ooti be l.s ears old. It number.- - aiiioun 1 'or K'e dictment-. len Helm will pi each at Hou- -i friend-TuesdaMr- - T. A. CireBhatu one for felon V. John W. Fimleinan, its nieinb'jr- - men in all the varioti-wal- land next abbath in the evening if the was called to Stanford by the illness of now of of life. The membership at pres- weather Rough and Dressed Lumber. Lath? Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets fonnerly of this place, but if not services will Pi of. It. L. her ister, Mr. Clilloid. sold lut eek to Itainev .1. Tra ent numbers 10. It holds regular meet be held at ! '( I. M. and Verandah Woik. Davis is back from Lexington where In la mix. inj:- - the lHt and :id Fridai ninhts in each -- Jay Hould has given fl'o.OtX) to the i foi il.'iOO, ,the :!year-oh- l stood a civil service i xamiiiatioii this diuii Ib'iia month. A. C. Sine is Fast Dictator. J. t'mvei-it- v 'J A2STD Uobert.i, bx of the City of New Yoik. week loi a clerkship .Mis. John .t, jWilkes M. Hublmrd. Dictator. Peter Hampton, Thl, jf, wa, miulta few ,lavri ot Mea-iiiir- er 0 the dam alter hl The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. have hei sain on Niturday, .. Fov -- old lor ViceDut.toi II C. Far. is, Assistant II and Hen V.'-'-.'ttfllVf liN chwk lor $10,000 lor the Dr. W. March Pith. Hea.ley has I.. II. Cab-el- . Dictator A. A Warren. Iteportei, eo. i)vU,riaIl Ulmrch Mxtunsimi Committee - - .loe II. Wiiisht, ot Lincoln, to moved bis dental rooms to the store OHiCc 1). Weariii. Hiiniici.il itenoitei. John .1. Jack, l Camp Knox, a --' year-oT- d ' MeHobeil- -, Treasurer, . I. W. Alcorn, A State Inspector Macey has tendered rooms of . II. llaidui and lias so far doe Itlackburn, foi j(i"0 -A- dvocate. In- to Gov. ltrown. ellecthe mvered his health as to he able to re it Penny and John Height, Trustees. Tlu'Kn.itdilliculty in punishing ciime The Lodge is in a strong condition ti- - March ol. Judge G. II (iaiilner. of nine work. trials-- . What naiuialli and pais assessments to the i Flixibethtown will succeed him. in Kentucki is the delay in The revenue and lac Iu answer to Corbett's clialleiiie, witli Hiukucw of law vers, .ibceiieo of .supreme Tieasurei promptly. Hneethe t oii8 of the republican p.uty at Newport 1 .u..u Mini the courtesv and uooil na-- Lodge wa- - instituted there has been paid John L. Milhv.ui has ordered tho toifeit placeil to the widows and orphans ol ineuibeis covered, the light to occui the last week each held a convention ol its own, te M ni ...tnriM. iieiinimai lecling delegates and paing resolutions coiumis-bio- u trial for months iiftei the of the Lodge the sum of $ 0,000, besides in Augu-- t or tin first week in M'ptem upon denouncing tlie othei -- ide. Tin antis e, of his misdoing. Witnes-e-dia very large auioiiiil in the wav of sick her. V I rank instructed for W. O Miadley and tieo. flinty are scatteied, cajoled out ol tin jurisdic- benelits. fiom the Mate-at-larg- e Martin was seriously cut and shot by Denny, Jr., as deleg-att- court- - until it is alino-- t F.xpei.enoe has deinonstrated that the tion ot the to the national convention Ua"lonlr-abou- t Tin everv-iKI,- ly ,",m's1 to have n hi ai v until K. of H. fninishes protection at a cost of 1,,e toky's other hide lnstrm ted foi W. O. Itradlet. was uls0 is w case. Tliis one-tl.t.- d of the amount reipured t,, is worn out itb the Both -- ides indorsed Harrison nnd tin for of the in ii r Insunince enniiianv. Tin- - - I a very lare measure the fault in .ucwiniey inn. iwo seis oi delegates While 10 AIIMUM118 were, ready and too ea- utmost precautious aie taken iu admi-s-io- n judges. They are too OjMtnrla. curm Cnlie, OoatlAtlon, j througii the btreets of will go to tlie Mate contention. orl ta vi writ ilptl to chltilrrn that pres-- of hniirMoiu.ii.li, IHarrhna. No human agency, al- - 'a bridal partv of lmuiliers. sy in pernuttini: continuum.. The itamurIortoaiiy prescription ul- I rvconmit-nMrs. Tom Hrown, ot McCracken Kills Violin, Rive bl?, and jiroiiiol the,frOntier of Albania, a II. A. Aacurm M. !., Kentucky -- hould see to it that a puli-l- k- tur that, can check the inevitable reduc- Kolasclun, mi dnomi to run " pstlou. liijuriiiiu liieiticition. pre-vegun was accidentally discharged into it county, eloped with Dave (.ole, her bus- WlUii Ill Ho. Oxlqnl bt., Uroolljn, U, Y. tion iu tlie roll of death. sentiment is created, uhich will band, while Hrown was in of jus. group of Montenegrins, killing one nf band'-far- m Tus Ce.sTiVB CoxrASV, T7 Murray Street, V. Y. A. A.Wimkkv, Iteporter. the e.-- y jsoinis disposition a( tin law thorn. The Montenegrins iiouied a vol- - jail for drunkenness. Tho elopers took tice. and req.. that violators y of Clementville, The post-otlic- e ley into the wedding paity and 10 tell all the household eilect.s they could haul Hhallbetiiedin some reasonable tinm. in a wagon. countv, has been discontinued. dead. to-da' NEW . : CASH : STORE y u-e- j j , teii i ' , j Clotli.iii.Cr. ..-...in-Ha- ' eer n ... ,..,,,,.,, FOR THE LADIES, k. do. o. j dep-linen- iiit.. Jon, j n-- j ''l ,cesi Udes -- W0" HS; , tv 1 1 4 j j ( 1 I - . iri,,, (t ,,s tuul, u r PENNY, DRUGGIST! AND JEWELER A. R. ..-- r"v.ni., T ,., -H-.i .;, l-- - 1 eh-cte- Drugs and Paints. Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, hk-icIii- in-ter- et oduitic, iM-te- in ob to-iU- Batches, clocks & jetdsx.hy ! - lve M,ri,,r,Mr- - I ""'rr'''" ain ICIffllS "Wl( JiL AMID ' Rates $2.50 Per Day. j. ' THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPRO ' ?V t. ,,, j. ii Manager, tin-wee- TO y r wh-aho- iit " j,. J. B. FOSTER FOR And all kinds ofjFiclci; and et re-n- tly is-u- ed Seed Oats, Clover Seed, . bu-iu- es I ,- -0 s-- Wil-liauisbt- ftl ,', i er. GARDEN SEEDS. & -t) eu SINE MENEFEE, hii-ba- ud an ttSESH. Hig-ginsw- DOORS END BLIMDS. WIBE SLAT FBITOIS. Stanford, Ky. x. k- l.ex-luisto- ii, i a ,:,-,- WOVEN H. IW and Yard Depot Street, j anti-reven- 1 , .,,,,,, liW-MM- , ''' Al L4 l'?' ri'L-iilu- Infants and Children i "Cl Krui-Ulio- d j nt j ,- V, ! Ca-8u- Louisville I'ost. ra -- ,t ZiiM I demonstrated, tin- - time in sUidOld Viryear Dr. Baker, of Abingginia. convicted and bentenced to don, was death for poisoning his wife, whom he put out of the way in order to marry the wife of a neighbor, who had agreed similarly to dispose of her husband. The court of appeals panted hitn a new trial and notwithstanding the tell tale letters levealini: the conspiracy were read in court, and it was in testimony that after his wife's death he went anil exclaimcil, "Uh, my to Mrs. now you are mine forever," the darling, jury promptly acquitted him, lixed, doubtless, to do eo, as the evidence was in every respect aacouelusive of guilt as at the first trial. Kentucky does not stand alone in that respect. It is hard everywhere to get the courts and juries to punish men.of influence and money, no matter how black their crimes. the 10th Kentucky district, died suddenly in Washington, Monday night, of apoplexy. He was serving his first term in Congress, having been elected as a dem ocrat over HU1, republican, by 1,530 majority in 1S90, in a district in which his At Williamsburg, John W. McCar- - level. Isaac's llrnt shot brought Emmett Avtkr being'abrsed in season and out hoi, to the Kund. The ty, ft'prominent citizen of Jellico, xhot ""'1 ' of season by the Louisville Critic and the wounded man roe ami Muecereu to u ii.n.. Claxton, a f(M)C(, Tlirwj Covington Pot'for his alleged disposi- and fatally wnnn led mt h,iOW wm. ,irlMl by Harvey young woman of the town. She had led j iKa!1L.( w)in then reporto I the tragedy to Hon. MARCH 11, 1S92 tion to shield the lotteries, JSTANFORD, K'., neighbor. I.atkk The ease paused Bonand wasllaunt-j- a Myers took the editors of those papers astravhis eyes the presents until Saturday , on account of the Ferioua to task Wednesday and gave them such inc before tiw father's of .Fudge Lair, -- ho is . a dressing down as has rarely been heard the boy had made her. F WALTON. W. What promises to be one of the j in a legislative hall. Mr. Myers has had mot important tariff debates of recent ' much provocation; has been patient and House of Hepre- - j long suffering under persecution and he years was begun in the : Mr. McMillin, Wednesday. is in a great measure excused for the sentatives of Tennessee, led the onslaught of the bitter excoriation of those who have unjust burdens of the value of the lawV delay and of se- questioned his houor and assaulted his democrats on the The McKinley high tariff with an exhaust curing the rilit kind of n jury is imniu nlli.iinl intuiirih. , Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Five Thousand L,nlicH & Gentleman At A. E. CIBBONS t-- WANTED.. Stanford from ecr DANVILLE, KY. !";' Ad.I Lincoln County to call unJ f tamln the hmlnmr-- t nrnl cliraput llnti ol WALL I'At'KR Ki'ntucVy oftetril to the r0!''' of t SIX PAGES. TAINTS, Oils, VAKNIsltEi, .U , mIovaiiny wholnn . UecanalioJurnnh ou the t home in tho Stair Tropic ilcsiruiR to do thtir own wotV ctn jlwjy lo bttler by Betlm ajvice fnn an exFer.cncril an J ptactkal mm, and Get your Combinations Complete and Save Money. Harbonrville Herald, Mr. Lewis D. Sampson, editor, has made its ap- quarto, pearauee. It is a all home print, will bo issued weekly at 1 a year, and if the succeeding is sues shall approximate the first in excellency it ought to find its way into every home in its section. Mr. Sampson will be assisted by his brother, P. D. Sampson, both in the editorial and business management of the paper, which we hope will prove a gold mine to both of them. TriK seven-column jseutative Dingley. of Maine, defended bad causa on behalf of the I ive article in lavor ui ujprc-- republican' a' minority. DEATH'S DOINGS. n One of tlu larjfst nnd most complitc stotks of Men'', Hoys' nnd Children's JUST RECEIVED, .1 1 THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. A John V. .Kendall, congressman from personal popularity helped him almost as much as his politics. During the war be was an officer in the 10th Kentucky Confederate ea airy and since has been twice elected county attorney, twice to the Legislature and served six years as Commonwealth's attorney of the 13th e judicial district. His death will election with the chances a special bv no meaus certain that a democrat will succeed him, though there is considerable timber of that kind lying around loose in the district of an average abilitneees-fcitat- y- Club at Paris proved even more abortive than the first, though the last was made on county court day when the town was full of people. Only eight of the 3,000 countrymen attending; court could be corraled into the meeting, which could not proceed until a resolution stating that the club wasnotantago nistic to Carlisle or any other Kentuck-ia- n whose name might be presented to the national convention, w.i adopted. Another resolution inviting Senator Hill to come to Kentucky was papsed and the fizzle fizzled out, Kentuckiaus aie for Cleveland first and then Carlisle and all efforts to lead them to Hill will, like the Paris effort, prove abortive. The second attempt to organise a Hill bill has been introduced in the House to prevent Sunday base ball and foot ball. A bill isbefoie the Hotiaeto disqual ify a juror from serving in the circuit court mor- thau onc in two years. A bill to mike it a misdemeanor for any person to obtain accommodations at a hotel or boarding-hous- e with intent to defraud is before the House. The House Committee on Agriculture unanimously decided to recom- menu we .Meyatn lou.icco Dill lor passage. It litis already p.issed the Senate. It is to be hoped that the bill will s become n law which provides that allowing stock to run at large shall brf liable for damage done to others by said Mock, pnd that the one injured may have a lien upon the slock for damages. Dr. Woods presented ;i resolution which contemplates the confining of the female lunatics of the State in a separate tll SUnf rd. on the llnsiunt die jute, asylum, the converting of tho FeebleMT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. minded Institute into such separate asyCircuit court begins here next I)erriititn and lum and further providing for a s i red Silver Tip I'edifree .Moinliiv. bn Miih tine mane .nu til, s', liand hich.hlnd costly, but no less humane, establish' lle ' wn',.. d " mjlcl "' Jle r..;,- iu ,ln,r..rnHrtlv ill ... .. '. j j,. .w.-.itll, Il. ment for the ll to pvrfci. lion ..ml i.a creit knee acmr children. Sired by the great Siitcr Kifg by On ime, on with typhoid fever and his teeovery jfl 4 - per-eon- Henry Grtitry, son of the late Ken-be(lentry, of Boyle, died Wednesda The operation of quinsy, aged .T. Kver brought to t!n Cast Knd of tlv touiity as trachelotomy was performed known Also on him several days before his death assorted stock of Custom Madt ,uu nstt rn and he breathed through u tube afterwards. Ho was half owner of tho Stock Farm and the great stallion A Ctpsm of Tarter I' ut)R der llijglirtt ol Mrrnnih itest I iuIih! Sulci Gambetta. His death will be greatl y all in Government Kixl Keport. deplored for he was an exedlent and both Indies ami gentlemen. Call and examine ROYAL IIAnlNft TOW DER CO., io4 Wall Mrret, New lork. popular gentleman. purchasing your Spring Goods. A dispatch from Little Itoek, Ark, of dipt. of March Sth, tells of the death ret! and Ilnvtiiiwv Ham O. Williams, who was born in nine j pari old pooexlon cn yrt her white Cow by paying The owner Boyle county in IS 15. He was a cousin clurjcx anil lor ttm ut)vciltcinet CIIAUI.tr. SlNM.KJuN, Crab Orel.anl. of Mr. L. M. Laslev. of this place, who .CO TO. tells us that the dispatch was erroneous BAUGIOIAX, 'n its statement that he was in the ConTIRE AN'DSIOR.M federate army. He remained on the farm sister, near with his mother and His father whs a captaiirin Representing the Federal army on Gen McCook's i Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., stafl. He was a very fearless man and "Model Grocery" for to him was due the quelling of the mob Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Missouri Pa-- c Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, during tlio strike on the fie at Fast St. Louis. His death, it is Ins Co. of North America, " claimed, was from wounds received Ail M ill h are hr.t ia Jnipauiet I would lritr.dk in l'l. then. At that time he was acting depu- he ple'l t Wit i'ii rifWill injure thi Iinr torna-lo- t again, t Icici promptly ismcd wind M"rm auJ liihtnini; Light'iine .lau-ty sheriff nnd, in defending the roundwithout a Jditi3n.il harse atta house from an attack by the strikers was t ii t F rt Nati 'ial T.ink, Iat,t,.rd. wounded, one eye being destroyed. Jay Gould sent him a check for 51,000 in ae- : : Hoes He knowlednement of his services, wife and four children. leaves a of ivj at our ill mjkr tlie c i POWDER I 1 inrje and well Elm-woo- d Absolutely Pure IctM-mn- lor our stock before W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. J. II. Mitch-ellsbur- INSURANCE AGENT, A. A. WARREN'S t ' C N. Y. Seed Potatoes, Red and White . e if- -l . Onion Sets, Silver Tip 169. Landrebh's and 'Ferry's Garden Seeds in Bulk aiidFacliuiies; also and Jiahes. mil.-elt- f le-- JUST RECEIVED. Larjjc and feeble-minde- d iiii - j i 1 NEWSY NOTES. At Tunkhnnnock, l'a., Charles Wall was hanged for tho murder of his wife. John V. GudRel, superintendent of l,.inp adorned LeXixGTOS and several other towns an ordinance forbidding to make tho pointed remark which ev cry newspaper man will, appreciate: "The empiric arid it is still a question in medicine where empiricism ends and science begins will never be forgiven us long as he intists on paying for his advertisement instead of practicing the fine art of working the newspapers to net it free." rnoimuTioN having proved a signal failure in Iowa as everywhere it has been tried, tho legislature in response to the popular demand, has repealed another providing for tlie act and pa-High license, where the local option. sale of liquor is permitted, and local op tion in communities that v.int it and will sustain such a law, seem to practical men to be the only approach to a solution of the vexed question ihut has been made. wl itinerant doctors or empirics to practice is led in that city, the Courier-Journa- l if i and the two dayg following for consideration of the Bland silver bill was adopted after some debate by an overwhelming majority, our member voting- with IS!) others to that end. It is thought that after the advocates air their opinions and get a chance to go on the record, that the question will give away to the more important one of tarilr reduction. The resolution to fix .March -- 2 Tub Oweusboro .Messenger thus taunts tho man who needlessly insulted the Quinine Statesman at the last State convention: "Let Joe Biackoum tackle Jim McKenzie in a contest for delegate his Hillisra to carry and the other ed by the Cleveland influence." C. Clements, of( Georgia, to and see which of for the will be vindicated, the one with them State-at-large, t V back- Conisref.?, besides holding numerous State offices. The president hud to apa democrat ami the appointment is wiid to be a good one. Thk president has appointed Judson the vacancy the Interstate Commerce Commission in declined by Judge Lindsay. He is 10 years old anil has served four terms iu point out'tho Brut round. Okn. Amibh has formally announced his candidacy tor president. He and Granny Blair ought to pdol their issues showing at if they expect to make any can tie his U. Even then Benjamin both hantk behind htm and knock them boy Milton Hackney, a Mattocks. 4 iikus., nr.Al.r. Stanloril, Ky at Cove, found a broken rail near that Collars, lames, Collar Tads, Trace Chains, Hridles, I lakers, &c. place one day last week and fl lgged a train in time to prevent a wreck. Mrs. Nettie Fish died Wednesday Standard ltu! afternoon of consumption. She was the Hack nullum, 16!, handi hih, toiled in iSSj widow of Jesse Fish and the daughter bred by A Goldimith, Orange county, New York. Sired by Caitellar iot t of Hon. W. M. FMi, circuit clerk of this Kirt dam Woburu Mail, by U'oburn y$ the darn of Carter sij'i xl dam by a Mambritio county. We would be pleased to see Mr. C. horn", 3d dam by Alamlirinn JlciM'iiger St. Julien CattrlUr loo: by Volunteer s), sire ol C. William, of this place, made a dele a 11'v etc; it dam Ml Nodme hy Hammond, Hand Saws, Hamcs, d dam Star, dam of onot l'otter' He is Artillery j ;i'i tlav; Molety Well' by American gate to the Chicago convention. and j6, Key Hole Saws, Horse Shoes, worthy and well qualified and would Star 14; jiI dam by l.eitrand Axes, latchets, Horse Shoe Nails, by llanibleloiiian io; Istdam.MUl Wobnni Coolcy by 'lelejrauh joi, d dam the dam ofOco discharge the duties with honor. Hammers, Horse Brushes, uy r riuay Mr. H. C. Gentry has bought :l lot .otiey Kl iUrlou will itind the teaon of iki at my Braces, Ilitsf . Curry Combs, Irum tU of A. Pennington, on Richmond street, liableand mile Itiver Stanford on the New White Drawing Knives, Hog Ringers, tirnpike, near Didtl.rar'i Oak Piv and will build a residence theicou. He Mill, at Spirit Levels, Hog Rings, also purchased the adjoini ng lot on $10 to Planes, Mattocks, Insure a Colt 4 Months old Steel Traps, which the blacksmith shop is located. Shovels, Spades, Mouse Traps, marshal pio I will also Hand at the tame timu and place my Hugh Miller is town younc jack, Forks, Hay Knives, Sand Paper, tern. Miss Katie Butuer, of Brodhead, Trace Chains, Lap Rings, Repair Links, was with relatives hre during the A Nice line Cutlery. Rope, Twine, Dog Collars. SS for a nurp ami Jii for a horte ..olt, to iliturr week. Mr. R K Young, of Jackson At 4 tnonthkold county, who is attending law school in OctoWr, about Joel a ted jack 4 year old bone and heavy IS hand high, Louisville, has just been admitted to proven himtclf biK be a cixkI breeder. body nnd hat tc are wrauotn Money due the bar. Mrs. S. Welsh ban returned month old. on all traded orwhen coll trum four the removed Marti from an extended visit to relatives in aounty forfeit! inturance Call and etamine my Louisville. Mr. .Joshua Boreing, our Hock bef. ic rmVinj jour election. iN'AMOHt: C M.SPO and Kgbert Fish left Tues day night with two Coal Creek convicts :)S(,k, Mr. J. W. GEO. DICTATOR fnr Mm Nashville nen. Dl U l it IN- Stephens, operator at Livingston, was hTMltl. evening to see friend-- . bero Tuesday fouled in 1331; Ij liainN from Iliek Million; Miss Mattie Williams returned high. Stanford Monday afternoon. Mrs. Geor- Sired by Dictator 113. i:l(), Phallus J::J. Sire of gia Kieo left Monday for Anna; 111., in .VI 's Director ' 17, where she takes a position as stenogra- list, and uraml ami of others ti:0(J. the Naucv sire Direct pher and typewriter. 2:1 J, and i:S otlieis Links J:0,., Isiae Snoil:ras8, who shot and killed .in the 2::HIist. Dirr.iroi: by Ilainbl.-tonhis brother Emmett, last Saturday, came ian (sirr of Electioneer, George Wilkes, (dam of Dexter DeMer, etc. dam Our stock of Men's, Hoys' and Ladies' Shoes was in Monday nioininj,' and surrendered to 2:17',. Almu2:2S, Clara, and Astoria 2:2l)j) by hi- - trial set for County Judge Lair and Islro of the dams of American Star Thuisday. Self defense will be Guy2:12, Itobert McGregor 2:171. etc d.tiii Mice. ..by AbnontHIl, record 2:'l)i, put forward as the cause for the killing. by Abdullah loisireof The defendant claims that the deceased (iuliNintth Maid 2:14 and Si'oO.OOO. fired the tirst shot and it is said that Pclinont, sire of Nut- At Lougview, Txn, four men were such will be proved nt the trial by a wiv)(12:lsidamby Main Than now buy them direct from the manufacturers. Wi briiio Chief 11. out of a killed and six wounded by a boiler ex man living near the scene of the tragedy can give you a better Shoe for the money than can be found else daugliter of Pilot. Jr.. plosion in II. C. Farrell's awniill. and who heard the shooting. Tho dead (sire of lliedaiiiof Maud where. of Heavy iron nnd timbers weighing 800 man was buried 10 miles south-weS. 2:0SJ AIniont ile o() in the 2:!() list. pounds werejhurled 2,000 yards: The this jiUce and near the old home of bis by Norman 2."i'sro of Lula concussion brokejwindows and stopped wife. Isaac Snoilgrass lias always oeen 2 dam ' 2:MJ, .May Queen 2:2(1; clocks for miles around the .scene. a quiet, .sober man and was never known of the dams of .Xorval A band of Free Methodists at Corn- to be quarrelsome or seeker a after diili 2:17i, l'aiiny Hobinson In Lace Curtains, Scrims and China Drapery. ing, Ia asked Gov. Boies for military cullies; tut ever since Emmett's trial 2:20, Norman Medium Mbr-- e 2:20, etc.). by protection, because one of the converts for killing his brother, Squire, some two Some very choice Patterns in nice Dress Goods; you would do well diiinSliKMini Horse !; s had been called a liar and a few of them years ago, Ieaslo has Deeu an object of mate, by Magnum 15o- to examine now and buy early. had been "ej.'Red" und stoned on their Emmett's dislike, though for what rean ii in. did not get the desir- son we know not. Emmett, when so- 3 dam. way homo. They Young Twyinaii mare, by Sec our 6 and lengths in Kid Gloves; White and Opera and clever I'oeiir dc Lcnn (Mevis.) ed protection. ber, was a quiet, Color; all sizes. I iliiin. Old Twyuiau mare, fun- Jacob Harvey, an Ohio murderer, citizen and one who could have done was in an exceedingly funny humor well, but like many other, liquor caused ftKonni: DiiTATOit will make the miikoh while being taken to the penitentiary him much trouble, when ilnnkinghe of ltiJ2 at to be hung. He said ho was glad ho was feared by almost everyone. The Insure a Living Colt. was going and added: "I will live on j sight of bsaje always frenzied him. On 1 alro have the fat of the land and look out and sea j the day of the killing the brothers met GOOD kau:u IN- the other s of a b working." at Rrodbead, where thoy quarreled. "Which 1 will stand ' at the .same place and a neigh-firThe claim of Harrodsburg that the Iaaac left lor home, topping at time; house ever built in Kentucky Was ' bore, where he was overtaken by Em-o- n the bite of that town, in 1775, was up- - melt, who, it is alleged followed him Three at $10 and Wiley at $8, the house, by the journal of Dr. Thomas Walk- - and ran him away fromshot-guIf not sold before tlie season opens. AND anil Will paslme mares at $2, but not responDONE. went home, got hw or. read befoie tho Filson Club. Dr. Isaac Walker's house was built on the Cum- - was returning when the brothers met on sible for accidents. fif All work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty . rw.rtu.,,1 rior In tn.o. T.'IW.. flll. ttm hirrhWftV. abOUt UUBK. H IS Ulllllliei! 7SO 11 v IID "U vui VIU ( M. S. BAUCHMAN. his nistol and fired will celebrate the centennial of the State ,!. I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods Stanford, Ky. one Bhot just as Isaac got bis gun to a on June 1, in Louisville. 1 I . schools, of Anderson county, has been nrreted, charged with embezzlement. A Congressional campaign committee is being organized at Washington, of which Gov. McCreary will be chair man. James Malhcrly, tho tiend who gave old man Holliday a drink of poisoned wine, wut sentenced to death in Washington county. The worst blizzard for years i.s rag ing in the North west. Busines" is prac- tieally suspended and the railroads are lnlding all trains. At Chicago, F. H. Dunkan accuses Dr. II. M. Scudder of murdering his mother in law, Dunkan's wife, in order tosecure her large fortune. Democrats have gained coutrol of the Portland, Me., city government, the Brut time in several years, and celebrated the victory in grand style. Mrs. Annie Semmes. widow of the late Admiral Semmes, who commanded the Conlederate cruiser Alabama, during the war, died at Mobile Monday. At Newport, William Spratt, was shot and killed by Charles I'oli while endeavoring tc stop a quarrel between tho Utter nnd a man named Pauly. I'oli ' escaped. J. D. White, of Dubuque, la., biotb of he general superintendent of the er Railway Mail .Service, was arrested on the charge of robbing the mails and pleaded nuilty. Nelson F. Kvans, one of tho directors of the robbed Sprim: Garden Xa tioml Urink, at I'liiladrlphhr, is under 50,000 arrest, charged with embezzling of the bank' funds. The bark Invertrossachs, from Philadelphia for Calcutta, has been abandoned in midocean and 10 of the crew of IV men are thought to have been lost. The underwriters will lose upwards of " ot Stonewall uipairei Iiri lUmV ihfl. by SkredaiMh, by Oliver on Kih) Lien, ct Waconer, vJ ilitm The railroad yard here is being im j Sihrr Km mUiii w t Mnllie Mounce, by Cab- -, all bell Lexmet li,onof Hlwl't lllack llaok. ol proved by filling in and leveling up djm !y Yonnc .mcina,kuii uf laloi'i Meticn low places with slack from the mines. Kcr. lker!.uidlc'i Ml ilam by MeiW, jri dim The Lndies Aid Society will give a Trumpeter ,U dam Aratu Alaret icilito in lll reeeie gonl attention at a supper Tuesday night and, will also reatoiiuMe rate. 'ut will nut be teintible lor accideuti or ecifn, I'artmc with mate fnr(elt give an entertainment Thursday night. Imuran e. Lien rrti'ied on coin lor eaon mon- Ja-loii I'roh St'ick of 01. GARDEN SEED Onion Sots, Ucans, 1'cas, &c, in bulk. All kinds of package seeds, also Hoes, Kakcs, Spading Forks, Shovels, Picks, Grub Hoes and I Ed. Barlow 2375. FARHIS & HARDIN. SHELF HARDWARE. 1 4 ! ! JOi: EMBREE, lt MoKHTITE BEOS. 4 post-maste- - SEVERANCE & SON, .Iny-Eytt-S- -:- 1 bn-khar- t - Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets, Shoes, &c. I 1 1 1 Never Mope Complete WVc st The 1 : Newest : Things ' ' lt n pea'-abl- e trai-eil- . i I 820to FOUR JACKS, ROBT. FENZEL -- st WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY PROMPTLY n WW 1 I I Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal I It is tho proud bonstof the British that the sun never sots on the Queen's domain. Since the purchase of Alaska, the Collego Co lorn-A-ll Stanford, Ky., W. F. SIX March 11, 1892 same can he said of tho land of the free nnd the home of the bravo for a few days at a time at leait. From the 10th of WALTON. June to the 2d of July the biiu shines on the most northern p.irts of Alaska during the whole 'J I hours af the day : and during this time shines on Alaska near the horl.ou when rising in Maine. HOG A CoinMiiittlnii AND HAYRACK. PAGES. Thk Oii Fkllowb' Tkmpi.k, Giiicaoo. TIiu nuw triiipkioniin to lu liutlt ly thuOiM Follow of (liuSliito of Illinois ut Glilcnuo Ih to bo ono of tlio humI structures of thu kind in thu Uni-Um- I States, nrtl tho tallest builtlliiK i thu world. UisitiK to thu height of G50 feet, tho tow or will bo viniblu Ht n distance of it) inlb'H, nml every nviiilitblo foot of h;u:o will bo utilized. Upon thu ground Moor tho nrcn will bo covored by II1.000 H(ii.ro feet mid tho total area inclosed by tho varioiid floor, oxcImhIvo of walls, iMrtltiona, corridors, etc , will bo nomo-thitiovnr :UiO,00() milium feet. Twenty stories of tho building will bo included In tho tmin structure, wbilo tho tower M to bo 1 .stories high, and, llko most of the rest of tho building, will be devot eil to oIIIcl'h, 18 elevators nud four ttiiir-wa'giving iiciym to tho topmost Moor. Five floors of tho building are to ho to lodge rooms and public hulls, K 1 s tie-vot- The ancient Koiiiiuih considered February 20 n most critical season, alwavB reckoning it among their unlucky days. That this belief has not by any means lost ground is evidenced by a deep rooted dislike parents haye to a child being born on leap dity, it being a popular notion that to (onto into thu world at such an odd time is ominous as signifying the babo'e speedy exit. "Devoutly to lti WUIimI Miulc. Por" anil Tho illustrations show a tlevlco which was originated by Mr. .lames E. Kod gors. of Ostrander. O.. and which has coino into general use in that part of the country on account of its cheapness and convenience. As a hayrack, to ho used in hauling hay. straw or other bulky farm products, the writer hereof has never soon anything more convenient, and tho facility with which it may be converted Into a convenient rack In which to convey hogs, sheep or calves to market is surprising. ICu-lly among the latter being a drill hnll, with an area of 8,(KX) squaro feet. Gmpliic. Thk Lniiuaiikok Monkkvs. Profes- sor Garner, who has reputation as a student of the monkey Inn gunge, proposes to visit Africa, with Hitch appliances for a residence among tho gorillas as will enable him to be t:ofnouciuainteit with their speech, tho vocabulary of which is likely to bo ride than that of the ordlnsry monkeys Ho intends to occupy a largo and strong Iron cage, in which ho ran bo safe from tho attacks of the powerful aulmali, while bo listens to their remarks anil preserves them by tho phonograph-Professo- r Garner thinks that hu will be able to ascertain the views of leading gorillas with less dilliculty and more pro eMon than is posnihle in thu ciso of some distinguished persons who spouk with great facility on topics of vital in r teroM. lit Was a Diplomat. "Will you bo mine 7" "Gin you afford to dr us me well if marry you 7" "That depends upon what you consid or being tlrestoil well. If you mean Worth drew.es from PurK I cannot af ford t loin, nor do you need them." 1 "I don't?" Your beauty nr. dino adtru-iiHinand it will nlwajs eclipse your drois you wear, no matter how ilno or how expensive It may be. No one thst looks at you Hees your dress, Tho beauty of fauo and perfection of flguro are only are noted. All tlnery siuks into insig iilfloanuu beside them. What satin is there, like your skin? What silk like your hair? What colors to compare with your lips, cheeks and oyeV" "John, I am yours." "No. t, Kl.KlTKK' I.IOIITINU AT THK Woill.ll's The FinoArts building is to have no few r than PJ.OOO Incandescent lights. Tho grand Manufacturers' Hall is to have '2,000 arc liglitu of '.',000 e p. each. The total reached so far for nil buildings is 5,1S0 arc lights and 1,700 incandescents, with some 10,000 more incantloicunlN for the Administration building. Allowing cents per night pur arc, that means over 11,000 nightly foran: lighting; and should all tho '2o, (XX) incandescent burn every evening theru will bo a further item of another 51,000, assuming a rateof ' eont per lamp per hour for four hours. The lighting etreets will certainly be tho finest tho uorld has overseen. 1 -'0 "Do you think nny girl ever proposes in leap year, as they Bay, Jennie?" ho asked. "Not unless she is obliged to," answered tho maiden. Il'in! hadn't thought of that," ho snid after a pause. "Hut, George," sho said, laying her hand affectionately upon his arm and looking into his eyes, "you, I am suioi will never force mo. to that humilia1 tion." "No or -- that is to'say of course not. -" Tho Ico was broken and three minutes 'ater George was Jennie's accepted. A Muhlenberg county magistrate is responsiblejfor tho following: Muhleii berg county, Ky., August i ho illsty to A Co. Dr to tho 13, 1S!)1. for holloa tia four hunuord at 5 ennta a ti twenty Dollars credit by flv dollars in storo goods Hallans due fifteen Dollars this day porsley aperd before mo A Jes-tiof tho pioco for Muhlenberg county and Btats upon oath, that the a Borv account is just and unpaid and is not intitle to no other credeta this the 11 day of December 1801." se - New York "masher" was recently given tho choice between paying a $700 tine orBorving a six months' term in the work-hou- se for practicing his blandish- ments. MHob' Norvo Acton a new the liver, stomach and bowels through the nerve. A new discovery Dr Miles' Pills ipeedily cure bilious nets bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Unequaled for men. women, children. Smallest, mildest, surest Fifty doses S cents. Samples at A. R. Penny's. principlo-regulali- ug and Llvera Pill l it. W -- ,' 'I Downey." Downey (apparently much interested in his paper) "Oh, yes; IVo read eber since I wuz a boy." "Don how comes Ityou'so readin' dat paper Fin. 1. upside down?" "I always read dat way; Tho engravings need but little explanawid-o1 gets at de bottom of do fno's den tion. Fig. 1, shows tho rack after it is habing to read down do whole colput together as it stands on tho wagon umn." to hold the hogs, sheep or calves, and Fig. 'J shows precisely tho same thing A plant which promises to bo ono of when used as a hayrack. tho great sources of wealth in this Tho framework is constructed as folcountry is alfalfa, cultivated extensively lows: Thero aro two sldepieces (mado It of oak or other strong stuir, It to 10 feet in California, Utah and Colorado. produces three mips per year and an ex- long, as may Ikj desired) 2 by 0 inches, traordinary tonng) per acre, but very and connected at each end. as shown in little has been written regarding its drawing, oy a 2 by strip fastened firmly by bolts parsing through the sidepieces wonderful properties. as they rest upright on tho wagon. Then there are four urosspieces bolted onto First Portly Hiiglishmmi "Did you the bottom 0 sidepieces. as shown, got any benefit from that Yankee reme- which aro made of '2 by4lj inch lumber, dy you took to reduce your weight?" tho end ones In'mg placed about six Second Portly Kiiglislimaii "I lost 50 inches from end of sidepieces. A board inch thick and 12 inches wido is firmly pounds by it." "And bow much did I you have to pay for the secret?" "Fifty asternal lengthwise of tho rack, as shown Fig. '2. The crosspieces aro mortised pou mis, I told you. It was a dead loss." in (IJ$ by li$ inches) with a slanting morPharmaceutical Kra. tise to receive tho supporta of tho side tramus, as shown. Theso mortises are ODDS AND ENDS. mado oUj ImcIiuh from inside of tho The supporta of tho sido frameBarrels nro being mndo successfully work aro made of hard and aro U from paper in Kngland. feet long, at the bottom they aro 2 by a On nn average there are 2Ul$ hours of Inches. taering to 2 by 2 at tho top, and Hunshino a week in this country. at (NUtoiii of each a tenon is cut to fit Tho great Hornet dam, at San Jacinto. into the mortise in crosspieces. There aro four of those supports or uprights on Cal., is the I irgest dam in tho world. deposits In California each Mile, as shown, and to theso 1.are Tho a aro said to bo tho most extensive in tho twlted and nailed four boards by up shown in diagram. The top of the world. is cut at an angle, so that right or in thirty of tho largest oitios of the when the iosi board is fastened on it will top country theio are now well equipped bo exactly p.millel to tho crosspieces at cooking schools. tho iHittoni wheu used as a hayrack, Chloride of nitrogen is the most won- thus furnishing a convenient footing for derful as well as the most powerful ex- a man to stand tiou wheu tho rack is in plosive known. Forsovonty-hovoi- i jour, IKvtiiiou for loading hay. Tho top board made samo width (1 from 1811 to 18S8, tho beorot of tho com- has usually position of this terrlblo explosive was a inches) as the others, but Mr. Rodgers mystery. informs us that ho thinks It would be Tho Hawaiian Islands are twolvo in better 0 inches wido. Ther-- boards nro both Itoltedanil nailed mimlHir, four of which are but barren rocks, while of the remaining eight thu to the uprights and spaced about as follour larger ones Hawaii, Maui. Oalin i lows The ixittoin board 7'j Inches from and Kaui are agricultural and paMoral. thetei.on spaeoiP inches, second board, while Molokai, Lauai, Niihau and Ka- - space ')l inches, third board, space 7 hoolawo aro justoral almost exclusively. inches, top board. The end gates are Tho Japaner-- festivals aro easily ro- - made as shown in diagram, and arc held mombcrcd: First of first month, tho in place by a rod same as tho end gate to New Year: !kl of third month. Feast of a wagon bed. Tho upright for holding Dolls, for girls; ftth of fifth month, Fe.tst tho lines is hinged to the top crosspioco of Flags, for boys; 7th of Kovonth mouth, and may UhimsI or removed at pleasure is tho day for the God and Uoddossof Love, The whole rack when completed ends-ea- in ch five pieces bottom, sides and Tonabota; 0th of ninth month, the piece firmly mado and haudled sepato tho mountain," tho Feast of rately 111 putting together for tiso on tho Chrysanthemums. wagon and separately lifted off and hung up when dotiu using. On the outside of WHISPERS ABOUT WOMEN. each hide piece of bottom frame ami diMrs. Gladstone recently pawed her rectly over each crosspioco thero is a noveiity-ntntbirthday. strong iron staple bolted through the recontly ap- sidopieco. which holds the bottom of tho Lady Durdetto-Couttpeared In a daro gray tiroes with a bro- upright when usetl as a hograck, as bhowu in Fig Thoo staples are about caded lnautlo of bright cupper color. :ji by I'j in the clear, bo that the upMrs. Y. N. Dunphy has Micceoded to p:u readily through them, tho botthe business of her late huslmud. win right tom of uprights, after passing through, . was thu largest billjioster on tho Pacini-coastresting on end of crosspioco, which about half an inch otitsido of frame. Another woman who has decided to risk tho hardships of a journey in AfriV'-uanu- tsl'T 7 Tl2""VlfSSSJJL r4 ca is Uaruuoss Anna von Viotinghoir-Scheol- . tho daughter of a German nobleman. The wife of Justico Brown, of the United States Biipreino court, has in her possession a writing table on which no. 11. is believed to havo indited much After tho parts are all made, first put of his correspondence whilo in America. Lady Carlisle of England la engaged tho bottom framework on tho wagon, in homo benovolence, and has arranged then place the bides in position. If to be that nono of hor people shall work more used as a hayrack inbert the ends of thos hours a week nine on or- uprights into tho mortises of tho than fif so that tho upright will rest on dinary days and six on Saturday and tho main sidepiece of bottom framo, as sho has also planned a scries of servants' in Fig. 2. Thou put tho upright for dances, to bo given on her estate. holding the lines in its placo, insert the Mrs. S. S. Cox was lately presented bolt that holds it, and tho rack is ready with a very elegant silver vase by tho for tiso. if for hauling swine, sheep or ofllceru and men of tho lifo saving serv-iccalves let the bottom of uprights drop of tho treasury as a mark of their into the staples, as sliowu in Fig. 1. then appreciation of tho work dono by Air. put up and fasten tho end gates and Cox "for tho promotion of tho efficiency slido in a board of tho proper width 011 and glory of the lifo saving service." each side of the main centerboard. so as to make a reasonably close floor for on, and the rack is It will be of Interest to those contemplating set tho animals to stand g complete. Try it: any fanner can make tlioir in the Northwest, to Know that the and timber lands in Wisconsin ate tribut on it. It may is urr to the Wisconsin Central Lines Settler on it. and there anytio pateut size desired, but tho dithee lines hae all thu advantages of fjcaliliful bo made of climate, good market facilities, abundance of fuel mensions abovo given aro thoso that aro and building material, pure nud sparkling drink ordinarily used. Tho iron bolts used Ing water and other Important benefits which can Breeder's not be enjoyed on the prairies ot the West No are all half au inch thick. droughts, no cyclones, no grasshopper plague and Gazette. no fever ami ague. Now In the time to select choice land at low prices. Wisconsin is considerCotton Seed for tloga. ed one of the most prosperous States in the Union. Duri-- g tho past winter and spring wo Located ditcctly on the Wisconsin Central Lines In this State nro the thriving cities of llurlington, fed cottou seed to hogs with a view of Waukesha, Fond du Lac Oshkosh, Neonali, finding out whothor they can bo so fed a Waupaca, .Stevens Point, Marshfield, Wo fed ,thom Palls, Kau Claire, New Hichjiond and without fatal results Ashland until April and lost no hogs in time tables, maps and fill Informs For tickets, Tho seed was thoroughly T. S. PATTY, I). P. A., tion, apply to Chattanooga, Tenn. Or to steamed, both with and without .turO P. & T. A , Chicago, til. JAS. C. POND, nips, after which it was generally mixed "I have lust recovered from a second attack of with Botuo bran before being fed. The the grip this year," says Mr. las, O.Jones, pub hogs soon learned to eat it and seemed lisher of the Leader, Alexia. Texas. "In the latter case I used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and to bocomo very fond of It, doing .much think with considerable success only being in better than beforo we began feeding bed a little over two days, against ten days for 6eod, or after wo quit While wo have the first attack. The second attack lam satisfied cotton-seed- , would have been equally as bad as the first but never tried feeding roasted for the use of this remedy, as I had to go to bed in it is very doubtful if it is an improveabout six hours after being struck' with it, while ment on steaming. However, .we ex in the fust case I was able to attend to business try tho roasting process andWill about two days before getting down." 50c bottles poet to report results later oa. J. E., Little in for sale by Dr. M. L. Uourue, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky. Texas Farm and Raacfc. ut "I didn't kiiov you could read, Urer 1 colleges havo distinctive "colore" as well as "cries," and thoy aro much moro useful. In football matches and rowing races tho collego colors afford an easy and pleasant method of distinguishing the contestants, when tho cries would only confuso. Bolow is given a list of tho colors worn by all tho principal colleges in tho United States: Now York university, violot. Valo, blue. Dartmouth, dark green. Rutgers, scarlet. Harvard, crimson. Brown, brown and white. Williams, royal purple. Bowdoin, white. Wesleyan, cardinal and black. Hamilton, roso pink. Kenyon, mauve. Michigan, bluo and maize. California, bluo and gold. University of Virginia, cardinal aud gray. Bwarthmore, garnet. Madison, orange and maroon. University of Vermont, old gold and green. U. C. N. V., lavender. Wooster, old gold. University of tho South, red and blue Vassar, pink and gray. Bates, garnet. Union, garnet. Colby, silver gray. Columbia, blue and white. " Trinity, whito and green. Princeton, orange and black. Amherst, whito and purple. Lafayette, whito and maroon. Cornell, cornelian and white. Boston university, scarlet and whito. Syracuse, bluo and pink. Rochester, bluo and gray. Tufts, bluo and brown. University of Pennsylvania, bluo and red. EHGLI 1 Bay Stallion, 10 hands high, m MSTEB loth hind ankles white. 3 IN Ky Abdallali Messenger. dam tho Wm. Lusk saddle marc by DAVY CROCKET, son of Denny's the bestsaddlo inarecver in Garrard Co. Drennon bv Imp. Drcnnon. 2 dam by HIGHLANDER. Aiidai.laii Mkssknueii (sireof English Hunter) is by Messenger Chief (sire of Maud Messenger 2:101, Jake 2:2! J, nnd 7 others letter than 2:30). 1st dam Susie (by Sentinel 2:2!) j. in 1872, sire of Von Amln 2:1!), and 7 others better than 2:30 and full brother to Volunteer). 2d dam Kitty Rivers g. tl. of Maud Messenger 2:10) bv Alexander's Abdallali (sire of Goldsmith Maid 2:1 1, and the most prepotent son of'Rys-dyk- 's Hamblclonian.) 3 dam by RED JACKET, (sire of the dam of Kentucky Wilkes,2:21, and of the g d. of Red Wilkes) by Comet, a son of Sherman Morgan, sire of Vermont's Black Hawk, founder of the Morgan family, the greatest family of roadsters in the world. will stand Hnousii Hunter the season of 1892 at my stable City, on the Knob Lick and Tnrnersville turnpike, at 3 miles from Sltolby Eight due Dollars is To Insure a Mare in Foal, Money when fact ascertained or mare parted with. will also stand I At the same place and on the stmo terms. B. F. POWELL. Any Infor aj;o, one large Mack Sow, unmarked mation ol her Kill b thankfully received A D. noot. loo STRAYED r.mfiJ.K.R.rs. Kentuckv Sauirrel vivaajf I power of motion. A Kcntlo niivrlcut A eflVct U only required. Tutt's Tlny Llror l'ills) aro prepared with Mwclal views to tho permanent euro of nro In tho ys-A Theyuntil ntlhl and remainliver, causo tern thoyncton tho tl natural How oflillo and their tonio properties Impart power to the 1xw-- S unhealthy rn to removenppetltn andaccumula- digestion Good tlon. from t ho use of result these little pills. V I'riee, S.lc Oillce, 30 Park Place, S V. A o T 's Tiny Pis o -o To ciirrconitli)at ion reluct ho olKlioulclboavoldcl;ltMakenllirlr nil Iki wC0STIVENESS and HEADACHE. I -- fEsEsKEssiEHEaEta eeVveebieBeV I ffSHraEtEtEtEVLl Vwl - HsMseeeHl eV " -m 'Tr V .bEEEEEeBH: bsV ?5iW ' WwlisfEEEEEflESEV s T i BnJi'asEEEBHliBiH SSSjUB ).SSS9SSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSX f Dickinson, red and whito. University of South Carolina, rod and blue. ' This celebrated saddle stallion will make the season of iSgj at the Fair Grounds, Richmond, Ky.. 1 side-piece- s. Rcnsselaor Polytechnic, cherry. Ohio university, bluo. Alleghany, cadet bluo and old gold. Adelbert, Bismarck brown and purple. University of North Carolina, white and blue. Hobart, orango and purple. Buchtel. orango nnd bluo. Golden Days. At $20 '.to Insure a Living Colt. Description and Pedigree: Kentucky Squirrtl is a beautiful brown, 15 bauds high and 3 years old this Spring. His stvle, gait and action are unequalled by any saddle stallion in Kentucky, having taken more premiums than any horse in the Slate age, considered. Kentucky Squirrel was sired by the celebrated Red Squirrel, the best show stallion Kentucky ever produced, he by Black Squirrel Kentucky Sqirrel's 1st dam by Mack Ilird, ad dam by Todhunter's Grey Eagle. Mares from a distance kept on eocd g ass at 2 per month, but no responsibility for accidents or escapes. a 6w JASON WALKER ir t ? Scientific American Agency for Pay for Writing hue Lot tern. An old lawsuit is again occupying the 1 tx-e- n o ; attention of our court, and Judge ilaruoy OAVCATS. is at a loss how to rule on the points of THADE MARKS, tho case, becauso ho is unablo to find 'SIGN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, etc. any similar caso on record. The we froo Handbook write to has been in our court several times, and Por information and HnoADWAT. Kbw Yonir. munn CO.. an patents In America. bureau for it was supposed the matter had ben Oldest Patent takensecuring us Is brought beforo Krery out by dropied Years ago Mrs. Nancy Marthe public by a notice ctven free of charge In the tin, who thou lived near Linden, secured tho services of Miss Franklin Leot, w ao lived with her. to writo lovo letters for Largest circulation of any scientific paper In tho her, as bho did not feel able to perform world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent man be without It. Weekly, S3. OO a this task herself. Mrs. Martin became rear; shouldsix months. Address MUNN & CO, tlJO I'ciiusuiHs, 3C1 Broadway. New York. acquainted with P. A. King, and in the coun-of time thoy wero married, his correstondonco having been answered A Specialist with a State Repuby Miss Leot. tation for Curing Obscure After livinj -- hor almost two years Chronic Diseases. Mrs. King dit'tthout recompensing Miss Leet for " valuablo services in wording tho lore tetters so as to catch a husband, as sho claimed. Mrs. King, however, had given her a noto for $200 for tho services, and King, who was appointed administrator, ignored this noto. which was on file when ho settled up the estate. The suit is to set asido tho settlement of tho estate in order to got tho noto in a now settlement. Crawfords-villCor. Indianapolis Journal. ijmTJES LLHc $ tmixiit mttxm Hs sTK i'ijsUKH EEEEKj!Wsf o -- WEDGEW00D. This fine saddle stallion will make the season of 189 at our stable one mile west of McRormackt church, - At $10 to Insure a Living Colt Till weaning time; colt standing good until season money is paid; mare parted with forfeits insu rance money. Description and Ped grec: He is a dark bay, 15J.4 hands high, ery heavy maue and tail, game, upheadedand carries himself very gracefully and lu fact his rider says he stands without a peer in Central Kentucky as a saddler. Notwithstanding his being handled only three weeks, when he went lame and was turned out, he would defy all competition. He was sired by Second Jewel, the famous premium horse, he by Cunningham's Jewel, he by Washington Denmark. 1st dam Llllie, sired by Stonewall Jackson, another premium horse, he by Washington Denmark, he by Black Denmark, etc. id dam by GIencoe,he by Imp. Glenroe. and so on. 3d dam by Tom Hal, out of a Copperuottom. Look for a moment and observe the crosses of this horse, and you will see that he is backed up by the best strains of saddle stock In the land. A look at him will be sufficient and a liberal patronage is very kindly solicited. Mares kept any way on liberal terms, but not responsible for accidents, should any occur. to-d- ay 1 I EHPPfel&i' J 41 '! o li "es-cap- o h a 1 ox-tcu- Matrimonial Complication. The particulars of a very btrango wedding have just become public. Night before last Mrs. Liza Stanley, a wealthy widow living east of Liberty, was mar.Mrs. ried to Mr. James Esherman. years of ago Stanley is over forty-fiv- e Mrs. and Eshenuan is only twenty-ono- . Stanley was left a widow two years ago. when her husband. Lewis Stanley, died. leaving his wife and five children in Ho very comfortable circumstances. left a good i(0 acre farm and over $11,000 Recently Charles Stanley, of in cash Liberty, who is a son of Mrs. Eshennan. was married to a sister of his now stepfather. Esherman is not only his stepfather, but his brotlier-ilaw, and his Inwife's brother and father-in-ladianapolis Sentinel. n nHEalBiEtHsy MeJeeB vEtEtLI IibiHiBs' sLHeLsP sEsHKul eSbVi .1 )- J. M. CARTER. JR. i" 1 , 11FEH&CR J. S. APPLEMAN M. D.. i 1 x.jssssssb'nins'errrTKissxm.x THE CELEHRATED BBHP 'QXJ'FKT 'KrSJ?! inn' i English Specialist, Formerly l'rolessorof Practice of Medicine, cross-piece- ty-on- o o m m Land-Sookor- e. Queer Stories of tile Iloynl Family. Tho royal family havo been much an- Electrical Medical College, TORONTO, CANADA, noyed by tho sensational inventions of fomo journals restweting tho circumNow Examining Physician of the stances attending their recent loss. The queen is described as having "fallen Southern Medical Institute, down" when she was informed of her LOUISVILLE, KY. grandson's death: and another journal stated that hor majesty "was obliged to Tuesrush into tho open air." These stories Maxell 29, aro entirely ficticious. Tho queen was fully prepared to hear of hor graudson's From 9 a. m. to 6 p. m., one day only, returning every four weeks during the year. death, as tho latest bulletins had left no ground for hope, and her majesty was Dr, Applemanis a graduate of Bellevue Hospitquite awaro that ho had no constitution al Medical College, New Yotk City, and the Electrical Medical College, Toronto, Canada. He has to carry him through a sovero illness. made a special study ot the diseases he treated in the Tho queen has remaiued perfectly calm eral great flellevue and Charity Hospital for sev years and recognizes nosuperior in diagncsinc throughout, aud is now in her usual ex- and treatiuir Chronic Diseases He devotes all his time to the treatment of chronic and nervous cellent health. London World. diseases of both sexes and his skill as an expert EfBBfrMZ Twenty mllesthe Shortest to CINCINNATI, Chicago, Michigan Points, St. Louis, Cleveland, Buffalo, Detroit, Indianapolis and the west, Ne England, Canada, Will be at Stanford, day, New York, Boston Philadelphia, Daltimore, Washington, Quickest time to Harrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky Richmond, VIRGINIA. Shortest and Quickest line to N32W Solid OMjEANS, ihoices-farmin- a, Chip-pe- conso-quenc- o. Tho lleiiil of tho Army. Though tho president is commander in Cures chief of tho army and navy, his active Acute nnd Chronic Catarrh Kinging in Ears, military and naval duties, beyond the Dealntss, Discuses of Eye, Ear, Nose, 'throat, appointment of officers, are understood to Lungs. Kidney Urinary and Madder troubles, llnght's Disease. bo nominal. The duties of the secre- pation, Rheumatism Dubetes, Dyspepsia, Constiaud Paralysis, Epilepsy or taries of war and tho navy aro chiefly Fits positively cured. Young or middle aged men suffering from departmental, i. 0., tho preparing of staIrupottncy, Hruptions, the results of tistics and reports and tho supervision of errors or excesses, should call before it is too lato cure if case tho executive machinery. Tho actual Ve gurantco ahair and all has not gone too far. eruptions of the face Superfluous command of tho army is now exercised permanently removed. by General Schofiold. tho senior one of tho three major generals of the army. D. D. Bidwell in Now York Ledger. As Syphilis Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., this class of cases is well established cesslully, and in Treats cue Permanently coaches, Pullman Boudoir Sleepers through withBirmingham, Merid out change vra Chattan.-oga- , ian making direct connections en route for Koox. ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the Trains, baggagi cars, smoking cart and OAHOMNA8, At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Witming ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, Brunswick, Lake City, Thomasville aud FLORI DA points. The only line running solid Vestibuled trains with Pullman Boudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to St. Augustine without change tor any class of passengers or baggage. Selma and Montgomery, Huntsvillt, Decatur Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS 'points. Shortest and quickest to Annisteo, Selma, Mobile. Ducct connections made M NKW without omnibus transfer for Galvcstos Houston, Austin, vi. Blood and Skin Diseases. 1 Jewelry Uurled. At a recent funeral of a wealthy Chinaman in San Francisco tho dead man's robes and a Chinese ring and bracelet, valued respectively at $350 and 800, were placed in tho coffin with him, a pearl and a silver coin wore in his mouth, and a fan, a deck of cords, rice, candies and cakes were put in the casket to speed him on his journey. New York cured by never failing remedies. Diseases of women, such as Leucorrhea, painful Menstruation Displacement, ot Womb, bearing down pains in back, relieved in short time. The Doctor carries all his portable instruments and comes prepared to examine tho most obscure medical and surgical caes He undertakes no incurable diseases but cures hundreds given up to die. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFHNIA. The only through line to Jackson rind Yicksburg, Miss., Shreveport La., making direct cooncctieM without omnibus transfer for Dallas. Fort Wort, njg Austin. San Antonia, El Pato and polntsin TEXAS, AMZ0NA,MEXICf,CALIN)miA; For through ratea, correct county maps aad lu . information call on Agent at Junction City, Ky. J- - S. LEITH, or address Trar. Pass. Agt., Janet iM City.Ky D. G. TSDWARDS. D. MILLER, a. A., Traffic Mangr,, i. Cincinnati-- CONSULTATION FREE And Confidential. r C 'ti Address r ADDTWIiV n Post Jan. 1 Louisville, Ky. r L, - r "-- -f- - ' - NTERIORjOUKNflL nlas why is it that wherever I go I find something sorrowful mingling with my delight? Away in a dark cell, robbed of a sailer AfAncn 11, 1892 his uniform, nalo und nick, sat Stanford, Kv., in jail; ho had stolon some money and for six months tho waves ami tho winds H5.o."WA.irTON. Bus.Nian.ager had been barred from his vision. 1 SEMI-- W EEKLY AN OSTRICH n I nil in try. FARM. "tf l t If rfSHaSR f'TvfflJa'' HEALTH. For Sal 6 I km I'nrtA About Sow Lire Stock HAPPY HAMLET. Madge and her lover left mo later in tho day for an afternoon at the cemeOr- A. Far From Home. Notes leans. From New I am far from thu hamlet, mul ns I write tho buy stretches out on cithersitle. Out yonder nro tho wliite wings of tho sailing vessels, long strips of sand, white- as a ilrenin of snow, reach along the Bhorep, while the waves wash against thu distance, until sky and water aro one. Now and tlion a wn gull rises and Vanishes, mul curious fishing birds upon bended reeds rock a moment and are gone. Occasionally an alligator slides from the reeds into the bayou and as I lean to tho pane I see his curious headgear gliding towards deeper water. An uncanny picture, but for the train that hurries past, carrying us into gloomier swamps and forests primeval. Great water oaks, drnped as with shawls, and long gray scarfs, stand together like mourners, and we begin to think of the dayu of witchcraft, when a light wind passes and swavs these shrouded things; they lose their human look, the shreds of long, gray moss separate- and wave about like Io6t Fpider skeins; they join again, and rock like voiceless bells, and when still they hang liko icicles from a gray roof. But where tho red maple lifts up its branches we see great coral sprays, and 'tis easy to imagine underneath a still, dark watery place. On glides tho tntin ami we are uorue past pines so dark that the blossoming plum, whitening itself against them, seems n spectral tent. But here, where nu old shanty is leaning, brightens tlio pencil trees, and our mental sky cleats as tho train travels on, bearing us further from thegreat city of 2sew Orleans. Bearing us away, and yet 1 have but to clos my eyes and the city, the throng and the carnival comes. In easy reach of tho triumphal passage of Rex and his court, we sat and made mental notes. Madae has brought away a diary of our ihiy'ri doing-- i there, but T am premeditating. Tho processions, Rex, Proteus and Couius, named "Symbolism of Colors," "Dream of tho Vegetable Kingdom" and "Thp Land of the Rising Sun," were (50 in number, 20 in each parade. It seemed to me that great clouds had been conquered and lowered these argosie3 from the summer.Bky that drift above our world so leisurely, anchoring at intervale. And they these cloud ships -splintered with lightning, specked with stare, upon which the moon pours her flood of light, could look no lovelier. Best among Rex's floats was "Purity," a carall si'ver and wliitn, nnnn which three nngela sit surrounded with white doves. Proteus' best vegetable wss that of Pens. Fancy a pod as long as your room, full of fairies, around which were smaller pods and curios worms, and you have the float fronting you. Comus car was his prettiest aod finest idea. Over a field of grain rumbled his chariot, borne along by whito storks upon tho wing. Back of his throne tho moon was poised, which yellowed tho glimmering gr.iin. repre-Hentati- teries, and after lunch I sauntered into tho Cotton Exchange. A sale was call-v- d and next to tho sceno in Lillian Lewis' "Credit Loraine," I will put it down as tho most exciting ovent of my life. Those men bidding and bickering and wearing out their brains and hearts I was glad enough to escape and climb to the summit of the building, where I seview of the city. The cured a bird's-eybreeze came fresh and warm against my face and with it a couplet from some ohm's similar experience: "Tho wind just kissed by Summer's mouth Sighed like a lover from tho South." When I descended again tho crowd had thinned and 1 began to study tho ceiling pnintiugj by Hawkins, one of which was Do Soto pointing out tho scourco of tho Mississippi, and it, together with tho other three, comprised tho entire inner space of the ceiling. About dusk Madge came with a wonderful description of tho cemeteries, all ol which I hope to relate in my papors to the Journal. Our ten das' stay in tho city is full of memories and me mentoes. and we are eager to Rharo with you a part of them. Wo aro now en route to Pensncola ami will probably see Atlanta and Lookout Mountain, but New Orleans is our theme for many an hour yet. The picture galleries, muse ums, churches, Mie Howard library, the lovely flower gardens, tho rose vines, and the orange blossoms aro all crowdBusy Body. ing about my pen. e Ix-teri- Few Utiles mul Kcmnrkn Appropriate for All. TURF TOPICS. on Madgo made an acquaintance, who se cured us tickets to the Proteus ball. It was a gay scene, bewildering, and I am yot so confused that luiniot single out one of the cottumea It wai at the French Opera House, und, after a number of Ublo'iux, tho mwkrtrs, at a given signal, rushed to tho p lrquet, where beautiful women in full dress wuro seat ed, and selected eauli n partner. It whs amusing to watch the beauties. Soma bacamo impatient and their heads bob bed about like owls; others arose and went forward, only to return and con 8ider the oaying, "There's luck in leisure," but after after a time they were all paired olT and the dmcini began. A kttoliedoscjpe, shifting bright bits of jewels before one, could not have been more interesting, and my memory of it is yet in a tangle. Henry C. Jewett has a pacer named Frank Smith that does an eighth of a mile at a lm Ks. clip. At New V rk recently 105 of Senator Stanford's trotters sold for a total of $HD,?oVi, an u vumge of per head. "Whito Hat" McCarthy hius purchased sixteen from thoostutoof th Into Senator ilenr-st- : nino tire by Cheviot, fivo by Jim Brown and two by imp. Trade Wind. J. .Malcolm Forbes is undecided yet whether he ill havo Arum handled IV r a faster record the coming pennon or not. It will depend entirely upou hov- - the chango of climate affects tho colt. Advertiser. I years old, by electioneer, dam Lulu Wiluos, by Georgo Wilke-- . second dam Lulu. 2:15, by Alexander' Norman, has been selected to Micceed Electioneer at tho Palo Alto farm. Monroe Sanlisbury, ownor of Direct. 2:0G, says, "As we now have linn fitted for this seabon with a sulky weighing sixty-fiv- o pounds and a set of harness weighing tKiunds. I expect him to go in 2:04." Tho Columbia Driving tion, of Columbia. Tenn.. will give a $10,000 stake for yearling trott rs. a $3,000 stake for yearling pacers and $2,500 con&olation stako for ye.irl;ug trotters. Count Vnlensin, the owner of the champion yearling fillies Fautn, 2:22 , and Frou Frou, 2:2.V.f , has prertnted hi. trainer, Millard Saunders, with a in..g nificent gold watch in appreciation ot his great work with tho youngsters. $Ll-tU.lK- Park-a-xni- a AROUND THE THRONES. njxt day, en routo to tho Aurora, tho Austrian war ship, just ncro33 tho river from Now Orleans. The yacht wmhoiv-illoaded aud wo were on a level with waves, but it was fun to see tho women dodging from the shower that washed over tho edgo of our boat. When we camo alongside tho ship and were scrambling up the stairway a warm hand was lot down and clasped Madge's. I saw a blush on her cheok and understood, and let the happy pair wander on" on deck alono. Mudgo is fickle, but vho would not be delighted to meet an old lover under such circumstances ? There they eat, each smiling into the other's eye, oblivious of the wide river, the jackdaws floating over the waves, the city pale in the distance, even tho big ship, about which I was loafing. After oxamining the cannons, two of which tired :0 times A minute, I passed down into the officers' quarters and found them dining. la striking contrast was the eating place of the sailors. They stood about the lonjr, low room, each with a tin plate, sad a bowl of noodle soup. But there 'was something so picturesque about them that I longed for my easel and canvas. These Austrian sailors, 212 in num-bay r, Wo found ourselves in a steam yacht Tho Russian Grand Duke Alexis owns a pet mongrel dog that has saved six human lives. The Prince Heleno Sagonsko, who recently died in Poland, unmarried, at tho ago of was a famous beauty in her youth, and was said to havo once refused tho hand of Napoleon III. Contrary to tho custom of his fathers, tho late Khcdivo Towtik. of Egypt. left but ono widow. Sho was a princess of royal blood, her mother being a daughter of tho sultan of Turkey aud her father having been viceroy of Egypt Prince Iturbido, adopted ton and heir of tho Emperor Maximilian, and tho grandson of Empcror,Iturbide. ia American born. His mother was a Mis Green, of Washington, and ho first saw the light in that city of magnificent distances. Whilo a student in Vienna thokhedivo of Egypt was greatly avore to ceremony and 11111161011- to his rank. In Paris one ' day ho mot ono of his fntnro subjects. who saluted him and addressed him ns "Your highness." Thereupon Abba replied, in excellent French. "You are mistaken; I am a Parisian." fifty-seve- n, - RAILROAD JOTTINGS. The Now York commi:sioner3 state that 720 persons wero killed and 1,738 injured on railways in that state during tho year ending .Sept. 30, 1801, as com pared with G'J'i killed and 1,43-- injured tho previous year. Tho Chicago and Alton has put in uso a now stylo of locl tickots which are limited to uso ono day beyond tho dato of issue, whilo purchasers of round trip tickets of tho short timo kind must uso thorn on a continuous trip. A largo amount of new motive power will be added to the equipment of tho Pennsylvania road during next year. Fully 250 engines will bo built for uso on tho lines east of Pittsburg and over 100 for tho lines west of Pittsburg. Tho Now York and Long Branch Railroad company; after considerable delay, has finally decided to build u station at North Asbury Park. Tho present statheir round, dark faces, their blue tion is a littlo dilapidated building, not only unsightly in nppearanco, but enblouse waists and triangular caps made a tirely inadequato to the demands of tho memory that I shall treasure long. But, town. A fow remarks about tho enro of the health are quite in order nt this season f tho year. Take your health to somo enfo place ijd hide it People aro on tho lookout for health nil tho timo and they might steal yours, if you haven't any health of course you needn't worry nbout it. and in fact need not read this article. Do not run after n cold. A cold docs not run so fast but that, slow as you aro. you mighUjuntch it. Having caught it, however, try to givo it to tho ret of your family bo they will not bother you with their sympathy. Bo careful what you cat. Peoplo who live in boarding houses should pay especial attention to this. Bo careful whnt you wear. Wear good warm clothes if you have them. Other- wiso wear what you have and toll people that they nro warm. Bo cheerful. All you have to do to bo cheerful is to try. It is so easy. Bo careful what yon breathe. If havo tho nir you breatho analyzed beforo you breatho it. At any rate breathe as littlo as possible. Do not sleep more than eight hours a day. You will havo plenty of timo to sleep after you nro dead. It is therefore a waste of timo. Bo careful whnt von drink. It is your duty to drink something, howevor, as tho government must havo a revenue. If you aro invited to drink by a friend, drink ti moro expensive drink than you would under other circumstances. This will help you to bo cheerful. In caso you ohould dio you need not send tho editor of this putwr your change of address, so that is ono thing loss to worry about. Much as tho inhabitants lli'foro the Chlrknm Aro Ilutcheil. want it. Life is not received at either The lwys aud girls who liko enrpontry place. Tom Hull in Life. ought not to Ihi content with slntted Iwxes: they might build for thoir March Whnt Shillnber Sul.l or llhn. broods snug houses, easy to clean, and They wore discussing tho virtues and to move along tho garden rows and failings principally tho latter of a fcectiro agnnst rnts, cat, dogs, foxes, man slightlv known to both of them. minks, weasels, snakes, owls nud hnwks. Tho thin, sharp littlo fellow know the Good coops, if generally used, would subject of discussion bomuwhat bettor savo ovory year many thousands or than the lieavj bet man, and spoko with chickens. Light boxes furnish good, a triflo more assurance. cheap lumber for this work. "1 always thought ho was n scamp." A most important pluco now is tho said tho heavy Mt man. hatching room. Though incubators "Ho is a scamp," replied tho littlo fel- icem btst for mnrket chickens and orlow. dinary Inying stock, I boliovo wo will "Aro you sure?" always find IxM us high class fowls "Positive. Why. I know of a caso those hutched in March or later under where he cheated an orphan out of half strong, fluff hens and reared by watchan inheritance." ful hen mothers in the opon nir or in n "Yes: I heard of that." sunny shed. It is often bettor to eut "Then ho failed just to boat his credit- sovonil hens nt once. If eggs for hntch-in- g ors out of somo monoy." tire kept in u tonitwrntnro of from "So was told." 50 to 70 dug., mid turned ovory dny, "Ho has been charged with sotting flro they enn 1m saved for two weeks withto his store to get tho insuruticu." out tho yolk adhering to tho shell. "I know that has beeu rumored, but Hnvo quiet rooms for tho sitting hens, then Shillnber" with clean Hunts und dust baths. If "Yos. Shillnber has had moro experi- there are oggn found in tho nests so dirty ence with him than any ono ulse." that they must lo washed, it is woll to "Well, Shillnber spunks highly of wash them nfter dark when thero is no him." danger of the hen leaving them to be "Who says so'r" fatally chilled. Thero should bo frames "Why, I heard him myself." with which to fasten each hen on hor "What did ho say?" nest for tho first fow dnyn of sitting, but "Oh, it was just a passing remark. nfter that they will not ofton bo needed. His linino was mentioned, and Shillnber have had fourteen lions sitting in ono said ho hadn't n crooked hair in his room, free to leave their ncsta nt nny head!" timo. and nil mi quiet that ono could hear "Shillaber said that?" no sound but that of the sitters turning "Yes." their eggs. They do that very often. "Oh, well," explained tho littlo man. It sounds aa if thoy did it roughly, but "1 suppcee Shillaber thought you hnd they seom never to break ono. Ex- noticed that tho scoundrel is ns bald as cha: igo. a billiard ball." Chicago Tribune. Lite Stuck I'otnta. Henry (.ribbons, a prominent farmer II Ik Iteivugt). Peddlor (opening his pack) I nm in- near Wilkoslmrro, Pa., was gored to troducing into this neighborhood, mad- denth recently by a bull that ho was 'lying to lead otitof thu stable. Uo died am, a littlo book on Housewife (slamming tho door in his .ilinorit instantly. The hornless bull should bo encourface) 1 don't want anything! Peddlor (loud enough for all tho noiyh-bor- s aged. to hear) A little book on good The approved avorago in weight for a manners, madam, but you don't teem to Dutch liolted cow is 1,000 tnninds. These need auy. Good afternoon. Chicago cows givo u largo yield of milk in proTribune. portion to thoir ize. ' Every year poor horses go lower in Cruuintlon Item. Littlo Tommy Poterby, fivo yoars old, prico aud good ones go higher. Tho principal thing in tho cattlo trado has been poking at tho range and burned just now is tho wrangling of rival stock a hole in his sleeve. Llis mother nays: "You will snroly catch afiro and there yards. HoRo breeders want a siro that mawill bo nothing Vft of you but a little pilo of ashes. What will 1 say thonV" tures early, has tho fowwt possiblo blem"You will 'Ivato, shovel up thoso ishes nml has a good peiligreo behind him. This kind of horse, with a first ashes!' "Testis Siftings. class mare, will bring most profit to An Expedient. breeder and fanner. Husband What aro wo going to do Remember that nothing ia hotter for about that hand organ that plays in front hogs than tho ashes of corncobs as an of our windows every morning and al- aid to digestion. Whcrovor you can got most drives mo wild? this cecum it. Wife Wo might take a trip to EuCoal cinders or fino coal dust with rope. Epoch. shorts is good for hogs. Force of Habit. You cannot bear it in mind too strongCustomer I would liko a glass of ho ly thnt iu breeding you must weed out eodo. all inferior aud bcrub stock. Novor Fountain Boy With or without ice undor auy circumstances breed from a cream? Exchange. poor unimal. It will grado your stock down instead of up. Tliis is truo of CullMlllllulillll. every kiud of livo stock. Tho best corncrib you can havo is a fino lot of cattlo, hogs and sheep. Suuol's trainer, Marvin, to Robert Bonner, "Barring accidents, next year wo will put tho mark whom it will bo above high water mark whilo yound 1 ont-sidI pos-sibl- o A writer in Tho Poultry Monthly says: "Whilo attending rio Los Angeles Kennel club show, I could not resist tho temptation of driving out to tho ostrich farm, at Santa Monica. Tho enterprising owner deserves considerable credit for his pluck. Soveral of these enterprises have proved financial failures. Ono was recently disposed of nt a grent loss. Tho ono wo nro nlxnitto describo is acknowledged by nil to bo n success. Tho fnnn consists of four ncrcs. divided into nbout o twolve hinnll lots, with n fivo aero run not hi uso at present. Thero birds on tho farm nt nro forty-thre- o present writing, vnlued at from !00 to ijICO each. The birds nro fed on alfalfa, cabbage, cauliflower, beota, oranges ami such liko food. Tho males nro not very quarrelsome but occasionally fight ncros tho fences, doing but littlo dnm-nghowever, ns they havo very littlo power in their benks; thoir dofenso lies Wholly in their feot. "Tho attendant showed us soveral inch planks broken in two pieces by a kick. Tho adult birds nro robbed of their beautiful plumes ovory seven months. Tho processor plucking must bo anything but plensnnt. ns it takes four men to hold ono bird. The yonug birds on tho fnnn, sixteen in number, about nino months old. were raised at Santa Barbara. They have found it impossible to rniso them at Santa M! ion on account of tho proximity to the ea about 500 yanls. Thoso hatched nt Santa Barbara aro all hatched in incubator. Tho feathers Of tho adult birds bring from .$50 to $100 per pound. Fans mul feather ornamonts aro mndo on the piemi es mid form no small portion of tho profit. Tho proprietor nlso cents ndmission to charge! twenty-fivtho grounds. "Wo fail to sec any reason why this industry cannot to mado to pay a very largo profit. If tho young ostriches can bo raihed nt Snutn Barbara, they certainly enn bo raied olsowhero." o, Twenty Building Iots In the corporate limtti o Rowland. It I. DAKST..RowUnd. NW 1 et HarfoIiciWesterfl R.R. Schedule Pecrmbcr6, iPqi IEAVK NORTON DAILY We will pay thr above reward for nny enseof Liver Complaint, Dyspepua Sick Headache, tion, Constipation or Coiltveneis we can not cure with Wcil'i Vegetable Lhcr Pills, when the diicclloiit are amctly complied with. They ate, purely vtgctablc and never fail to give aatislac-tiouSuar coated I arge toM, lontaining jo p'll, 05c llewareof counterfeit ami imiMtioni. I he ceniiinn iiianuf jcmrvil ntilr tiv The luhn C Wwt Co., Chicago. Ill lor ale ty A K I'en- r ny. oj-iy- $500 KISWAKD. ' 'el :"'jjl feitil . :. ten Kiiarnntce It potitlvely Rlvvn with 6 boit, to rtlund lli money if not cured Send ilainp for Iree sample (iuarantce Usurtl by A It Penny, OrugBut and ole afcet, Stanford, Ky. lor nmplci uppotilorici. Ointment in CaiitiileK. nWo in o ami ptlln, a positive cure for Kxteral, Internal, llllnd or lllcedmi;. Itching, CuroMi, Kecent or Hereditary Tiles Tina remedy has hcmt been known to tail $i ner Im. 6 lor J?, ent by mail Why auffer from thu terrible dltcaie when a writ- OB 2L1S CURE l lie o 641am for Graham, Minefield and Intermediate italiona. j p m lor lllui'fietd, Iladlord, Konnoke, and Lynchburg, Klclimond and Norfolk. AUo (via Uoanokf) for rdililimton, ll.igcrtiown, Harrli-burPhiladelphia and New York. Pullman Sleeping Can from Loul'villn to Nor folk via Norton and Kndfnrd; alio Radford to New York, x la Shenandoah Junction, aim to Waihington; alio from Lynchhurg to Klclimond, Traim for Pocahontai, Powhatan and Goodwill Wave Dluefield daily at 7 $5 a m and a 13 p m 6 30 p in, 10 jo pm Train arrive at Norton Irom the tvaat dally at II i$ a m and 6 15 p m. hor further information a to tchediitet, rate. Ac, apply to agentt of Narfolk .V Weitern RailW II. lilt VI LI., road or o Gen. Panengcr Agt , Roanoke, Va. Had-lor- g. . IY YOU ARK GOING 3KTOHTK or WEST, THK I LciMtvitic a NaaHviuc R. n. la the line for you, at ita wr. r r Went i Nerve and llrain Treatment. a i lor a Uijiiufh, riu Mcuraleia. Make cloie connection at Hcadavhc, Nerou 1'roitrallon cautvd by alconni or tobacco, Wakelulne, Menial Depreition, Soft- ruing ot llrain, cainln intaniiy, umery, decay, LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI of death Premature Old Age, ItarrennoK, o For all point. Power in either tcx, Imiiotemy, I.ucorrliira and all Kumale Weakneoi-a-, involuntary l.oei. Sper- - THROU01I TICKKTS SOLI). PAGGAUK CIIKCKKD TIIROUG II n maU'rrhiiM cauml by of brain, Sdf A month's treatment Ahuic, For any Information taquire of i, u lor $5 by mail We guarantee. K L CLIFFORD, Agent, Kach order for m boxea with f$ will aeud i urn Or btantoril, Ky. written guaranuu to refund it not cured Ouar- W. PF.NN. Trav. Pan Agent. antrel utucd ohly by A K I'diny, DrugglM and Junction Guy, K wle agent, Stanford, Ky ,. ip-ci- tu lllrta, Double Daily TrnliiH over-extrtio- e. iboto 'll o "Mothers' Friend" MftKES CHILD ..TAKKTHK. BIRTH EASY. enyrwagiK3ijjJar aTlMaYaftWniaE tViipuisviiit HtAiiTCwccoRr1,tfr Colvin, La., Doo. 2, 18S0. My wlfo used MOTHER'S FRIEND before her third confinement, und says nho would not bo without it for hundreds of dollars. DOCK MILLS. Sent by eprM on recrlft of price. $IJM per hot- tie. Mook" lo Mothers ' maiKMireo. DRADFICLD RCQULATOR CO., rom THE WORLD'S' FAIR LINK TO. CHJ(AR((D9 ..... .Anil And nil viiBnuaaiT. ATLANTA. OA. riFerlafarmatioa Klecit ami Lett VUMle4 llMffet Sleeiitws Can aod TarlerCan n all train. N chance of car, fceit accommlatint, aui V tIMe anil loweit rate. addren JAS. IIAKKF.R.r, I'. A.,Chlearo w o Crush, i) - a . LaWine i- Knozvillei b tttttan Cumberland Bap& leu Wis l9l T7s lm 1 1 i Double Daily Scltetlule . In Kllet Deccmder SOUTH" nOUND. I.v I.ouvitlc. .. . ' StanfmU.. R. H. STARTLING FACTS. The. American woiil aro rapidly bromine a race of nirvotii vrt'CK, acil thu following MeAlphonao Iterupfllntr, of tho beat remedy llutler, Pa., wear that when hU on wa pech-li-M Vltna dunce. Dr. Mile' creat 11. from itnratltn Uerrlno cnrwl Mm Mr J It. Sillier, of VaiparalMi, und J I). Tailor of liOcaaaoort, Ind , each calnml 31 pounda from taking It Mr. II A. Oardner, of Vistula, Ind . wu cured of 40 to 60 conrulilonfl a day, and much headache, tllrzl-neahaekarhe, ami nervoo prootraUon, hjr ono bottln Kaaiel Mjcra, Ilrookijrn, Mich., aje hla dauchW wai cured of Insanity of ten year' tand-InTrial hottle, and flna book of marreloua Thli remf-d-y contain freo at drusjKleta no opiate. Or. illlea Medical Co., Klkhart, Ind. Arr. MldilleUro... ... ....., a Lve. Middll)ro. . . Air CumbcrUrvd Gap...... rest " Arthur . I'owfll Ri,, , " larwll l.one Mowaitaln.... " Clinch RWer " HaMilton Sprlnei...... ip up V rr 7 in 7 JtllH a m Jiam III a tn aro 744 learn a 4) a MPm pro pm 1 a, ' Wahbrn.. ' I'uwder Sprinc Oilman ....... . .. i pm Jjipm rn i 4 llu pm P 7 P rn 4 4 m 4; a m B4I a m Jta in 01 t c. cur, T31I.1I. BOTTLE ITIKK. lorialebyA K Penny, Stanford " Corrtn ' Matoiiryville ' lleverly " K A (5 jHnclwn " Koo.vllfr e .... .. ja rn 45P"ro toMam ot a ra j 07 p pn 9 4" a rn c4 a m at pm Atr K.itO Junctivn lever y..,., .,..,... .,... I NOTTlTTIPDi. Kni.ilT Kentucky GentralR.R. ni-iiM- " Cnrryton... " I.Mttrell " I'owilrr Spring " Oilman Wathbui u... Maloneytille Tho Shortoflt and Qulckoat Routo from oiivss nouTK." t. " " Clinch I- THROUGH TKAIN CINCINNATI TO HID lUIIOROUGH and JELMCO. SCIIEUDLK IN EFFECT N OV. ij, 1801 No. South-Houn- Central Kontuckv to all points North East, West and South-WonFia Lino botwoon Lexington and Otncln natl. I.ve Mliifllrtbvro Atr. Stanford " LMiiavltle " llamlltan Sprlnca " CumbtrUml " MUdlttbaro 0ti . " Arthur Tazcwoll " I'swrill ltivcr - MtMMtain. Rler m ra 6 )i p in ... tt a rn 6 4 p m m 6 6pm . Mam 7 1 p in . 10 is a m 7 pm 10 11 a m 7 45 pm ! )( a in 7 47 pm . 47 a m 7 WP m 1 1 a III I it p m It 1 a m I i p in II 40a ra 8 4I p m it l w S4 1 1 p in JJ a ra I .. 11 IS n'll p m 9 38 p in .M . ra lJ$ J .... loim 605 P m p ami S 5 31 pmiia ua PmlM joa Riilan rn e 41 14 9 g 9 " ip 4a n Pi 7 ijitm sa m 1, No. s ' Lve Lve Lve Arr Cincinnati Covington... Falmouth... Arr Wincheiter. Arr Richmond.. Arr l.ancaticr... Arr Stanford... . I.ve Richmond . Arr I.ivinton .. Arr Middlctboro Arr Leainton. Lve Pant Pani 8 10 8 18 g 45 Daily. a m a m lb a m 10 p m F.. 10 11 Sun. E. J y ' Sun Y rr any Intormitlen at to rautet, ratei, W. am 916pm - 8 00 p m 8 08 p m Hpn oa p 0 35 P it 10 P n elc.,p- A. Ill.Y, Acting GrtiTPatt. Ast , Knnvville.'Ien u ti 11 jj p m co n m .T North Hound. l.vc Livuijiiton... Arr Richmond... Lve Middletloro m i m 1 m ra 4 m 5 r 35 p m 3 05 p m 7 IS P If No. 4. s 10 p 35 p 45 p o P J 8 ,' ... P n " J" ? p a . Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co. (Chesapeake - jm";- -" Ohio Uoule.) -- No. a, Kx. Sun. "J; B ,o.6 Kx. I ! ...... Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, IN EFFECT NOV. . Daily. 6 5I a m 11 Sun. Old Point and the Staihoruai.d all IUttern Citi'i 15. 1S91. u Lve Stanford 7 c"3 3 Lve Lancatlcr . . 7 jo a m Arr Richmond.... 10 is a in " Richmond, ia 41 p m 6 oj a m, Arr Winchetler IS P m 6 $5 am. Arr Pant f a? P m 7 45 a in a 00 p m 7 00 a m 3 4j p m Lve Lexiuftori ,n 4 S P ni Lve Parit.i 37 P m 7 5J Lve Falmouth.. 4 01 pm 91 amj3opmro 5 35 p m 10 54 a in o 37 p Arr Covicjton X-- o 4i a m 00 a m 15 am s.1 - p ' T'am j EAST I10UND..Mii I 7 . . Le I.ve I.eini;lon. DallyJally 35 3 iITmTf d Arconi, Acco, K Daity Daily Mt Sterling. .. ninciiettcr SS4 a 6 00 p 1 1 40 a 53o"p a 0 45 p ia 30 p 7 00 p 7 P P 7 3J P ArrCincinnati S 45 P m 11 00 am 6 45 j tn fmSmK livo, 1 think." Somo first class Shropshire Iambs, raised in Indiana, wcro sold in tho Chicago market recently at six dollars a head. Any Btate swino brooders' association or any swino record association may bo in admitted to membership in tho National lo'4sa7 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves CincinNo Swino Breeders' association by tho an- nati 5.1$ pm Arrives Falmouth 7 05 p m daily nual payment of ten dollars, entitling except 8 Sunday, Falmouth 600 a m. Arrivea CinNo. each to ten votes, and any respoctablo cinnati 7Leaves daily except Sunday. 55 a m 'feeder of swino may becoino No. and 3 make connections at Wincheiter for Suiithkins Yes, Jones, I am fat, dis- breeder or points on the N. N. M. V. R'y, E. D. ono dollar No. carries through cars irom Cincinnati to tressingly fat. But 1 havo ono consola- a member by tho payment of vote. annually, entitling him to ono MiddlesboroiiKh and Cumberland Gap and all In tion. In tho happy hereafter shall not ttationt A farmer who writes to renow tho termediate KNOTT, and runt daily. C. P. ATMORE, S. R. bo troubled with this adiposo excess. Gen. Pats. Agt. Traffic Manager. nibacription to his paper says that he Jones How so? office, Louisville, Ky. General Smithkins Why, yon know, corpora pays tot it with th money his hens S. F.I1. MORSE. Gcn'l Patty r Agt., Office Chamber oJ Commerce Uuilding, Cincinnati earned. Good idea. tions have uo souls. Brooklyn Life. 1 ilai-ly1 tin theMaytvillc Kranch, No 10. leavet Pant 7 A am and No. 12, at 615, p in, arriving ai Maytville at 10 10, a m, and 8 30, p m. No. leavet Maytville at 5 Jo a m, arriving at Pam at 740, am. No. 11 leavet Maytville at 150 and arrive! at Pant at 4 10, p m. These traim at' daily except Sunday. No 1, daily to all pointt except Rowland Dlvit-Iowhich U daily except Sunday. No a runt daily from Lexington to Cincinnati Except Sunday a: No. runt daily No. 4 runt daily frrnn nil ttationt except thr Rowland Division, which it daily except Sunday No 6 daily except Sunday. No s daily between Cincinnati and Lexington Except Sundays. . No 16 Pant and Lexington Accommodation Leaves Lexington 10:00 a. m. Arrives Pant .rr New " Arr Ashland. Ju 10 " Catlctttburc.'ia 8 " Huntington., 30 " Washington 6 it " 1'hiladclphl; 4; York ....I 1 p 10 07 11 I 10 p 10 jj p a J9 a p 10 47 p 9 30 a a 1 io p S'."B jo Daily, . ao f o hi P 11 WEST HOUND itingta (.atleltatHirg Ani a nu 6 00 6 15 6 37 a a Daily. 3j 54 a 05 Mt. Sterling..., 10 27 a s 08 p " Winchester... 11 is 5 S P Arr Lexington ... ia 05 p 6 Jo p " LouItville.. J 5 p 9 $0 p v'6 4s"T .Tmrr. P 7 14 P p j 27 p Kx. S.i. 1 , 3 43 p 05 a 7 40 p 11 50a '55 jj p 6 as a P 7 is B A-- Limited Veatlbutrd Train run dally in connec tion with Chesapeake A Ohio "K. F. V." to New York. Fait Mall Trains run dally and make local steps between Lexington and Huntington. Huntington and Morchead Accommodations run dally. Lexington and Morehead and Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accommodations run daily except Sunday. Through Sleeping Cars tr and from Washington and Now York without chango. &c , apply to any agent of this or 1 1 For full information in regard to rates, routes, connecting lines C. L. HROWN, E. HUNTINGTON, G. P.A., V. P. and (J. M., Lexington, Ky. W. S. Vl G.W.HARNEY, G. M Lexington, Ky. T. P. A., Athland.Ky HARRISON, ?j fS - ' '" xw Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal . FrtESH Fmii Saturday. M. F. Klkln A Co. Juikik J. W. Alcorn linn received from A. C Carr, of the Middloboro Fur- : I Stanford, Ky March 11. 1892 is.o. WAWON.DUB.Mnnager MEANS BUSINESS. Yoi'ii Hccottnt In now rrndy. 1'lcat.o fall anil ei'ltle. A. H. l'cnnv. . Itl VOlir Imok-- Mtnl wrhnnl RlltiHieH of u'l kiinls frot A It. I'eniiv. IlAVKyour wntch, clock ami jowoiry cjmircti at A. It. I'onuy'B. All work Kkmkmiikk tliatall silverware, watclirp, raifB, Ac , botittlit at A. It. Penny's will I engraved free of charge. PERSONAL Miw. POINTS." vIb ibritint Knokavino beautifully and artistically A. II Penny's. warranto)!. i, Ifksiimh., of Louisville, is hi're Wediicalny. iting Mik. Max Muiich. Mil. AND MlW. (i.T. IllMllSltOTHAM, (iJiranl, W'-r- f of Jfggs ncigliea 111 pounds. The old man i as Jaii.kk Owkns received a telegram Mij. Jknsii: Woktiiam wont to Cr-- 1 proud m if It was the lirt instead of the Tuesday from the jailer at Richmond at Wi'tlneBilay, in answer tcf a tch'tirum sixth and sends us nurd it is another stating that William Purnell, who was Mating tlint her niece, Mrs. Jims llunlin, Cleveland democrat. arrested and lined for disordely conduct there, was )iilt(ill. H. J. 'Mt Woiikhts has bought of W. M. on election day here, was wanted Mk. J A. Hanky, of Golden City, Mo., Lackey a lot containing nearly nn acre, he having gotton out of jail several A. ago. The jailer anil Marshal mother, r rrivctl Wednesday to pee hi eitua'ed on Logan avenue and lying lie- - months barely alive New lam! Marled out immediately to Mrs. Milton Haney, who tween Mr. lackey's iiouse ail)) the rail- 1 l.tt accounts. nwd, for $500. Mr. McBoberts will lie- n"areh for the fugitive, but were unable Bin Kni.i.kmc.v has clven up his posi- gin building a two lory resit! nee on it to linil trace of him. tion with Pearniii A Clark, Lexington, as soon as the weather permits. TnosKwho went to bed Wednesday nud lieo. B. Wearen will ko over to day night, after looking niton n moonlit Wiiii.k the Snodgns btotln rsat hoim-art trv it awhile. AND surpris doing everything to exterminate one world and a rloudles sky, were Mikim IltvtHHiAiii) S'TfAHT, f Crab snow-othi)I the ground covered with () cIihiI, and 1511a May VrtiiiiderH, of this another, one is oil in far Japan trying to i'd to awaking yesterday morning. It was work, ptace, went to Louigville Wednesday to convert the hcttheu. Upright and Horizontal. again perfectly clear, hut clouds soon like charity, should gin at home, and ep ml koiih time with friends. e came anil at intervals all day gusts of ' Stationary, and Portable. All l) l"n Amokn, of Iluntoiiville, one the l!ev. Kugeiie. won!'! tltid a fruitful e snow nlino-- t blinded those who had to power. sizes up to -t phifdriaiM of Held right in his own Rockcastle home. prominent o the itioIm out of doors. It wa a veritable March Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and J ncoln county, in the city stopping; at I'ssMi Lssii t. attempts to break into day, ami no mistake. At an early hour Durability. e Coiiiiiiei-id- . the rtfth venue. Mr. A. It. Penny's drug store, Bourne's yesterday this oltlce received the ioiiow- Write for Frit' Illustrated I'tmplcU ami your int to "Hoist and the McKinney Bros.' stores were ing telegram from Washington MihsTii u: Hai I., who has been the A: CO., made Wednesday night. A cold rhind cob! wave signal. Temperature will fail idlest oi the .Mixe Baushman and oth- or something of the Bort was driven be- about '20 by Friday morning " A later NTW VORKCITV SPKINGFlKt D. OHIO. er fro inU for a couple of weeks, return- - tween the i loom of each, but they ref us dispatch said it would he lair ami colder to Winchester yesterday. .Mi Hall l NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ei to ino prit-- open, ine scoiinuteis Friday, with slowly rising temperature. U a i' vi'y young ln!y ai'il her visits -9 at the non't be gi)'ii another chance bring Minnlituo nml happim- i to Mim Asnk Shanks entertained a same game. CONDITION OK THE I er many friends here. number of her friends, Wednesday o It is sent out from Danville that Capt evening in honor of her guest, Mbs FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. CITY AND VICINITy7 It was Wm. Herndon has announced himself a Mary Pickett, of Shelbyville. Al SlANI'OKIl, a very delightful occasion ami greatly kw t ink of Zeigler liocs just receiv cMiiillilate for circuit judge in the At the ' loe of bmlnen Mir. i, i8! at .S II MianU' new district of Mercvr, Garrard, enjoyed by the following ladies anil Misses Tillin Hall, Mattie Has a Complete Stock of Boyle, Lincoln mid Casey, which he says gentlemen. RKSOURCKS. Nortiikii seeil potatoes, onion sets is by no means certain to elect a demo- and Maggie Owsley, Nannie, Kittie and 11,11s Sj3.S 6' and garden neds at McKinuey Bros. crat. If lie ih the republican candidate, Annie Baughman, Annie am! Mary : .J3 7" : It OvrrdrafK of and Annie Dunn, and Messrs. and the democrats nominate any sort Due from Hanks " II II. PAix.KTTHml Miss I.. B. Jell'-rwe. will wager two to G. oml J. G. Denny, W. A. Tribhle, P. a competent man, o 7.3 Hank Mouse, furniture nJ fixture wen married yestenlay, near ao1 99 one that the captain will never bo elec- M. Mcltoberts, J. H. Baughman, W. B. ExprnMHi raid WALL Wayneslinrg. M.087 McKinney, W. H. Wearen, J. S. Wells, Cath ted. W'ANTKD.-Kgg- sat Vl, Butter cents C. (J. Breese, Will Severance, Gabe JlSI.79 " Tiurk are eight brothers living in this Lackey, Harvey Helm and Dr. A. S. tallow ami feathers at the highest Hides, I.IAH1I.ITIHS. feet narket prices. B. K A W. II. Wear- -i county, the smallest ol which is six larg-es- Price The supper was very compre- Capiul fiBo.ooo 00 t tails ami weighs ISO xtids. The 00 9. n. hensive and was handsomely served in Surplu Kund stands Fix, two inches in his sock seven courses. - Undivided profit. 3.5 79 s7 Attkntiox la called to the can! of Mr. feet and tips the .... Individual dcpeMI at '22S pounds. 3.5o 44 Due W Hank J. II Baughiiun, insurance agent, who They are Messrs. A. II , J. I)., Lige, M. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Promptly and in style. liu always he found at the Firil Nation- S., George, Sam, Alex ami A. B. Bastiu, $J57 al Bank. Fikst-ci.as- s clover seed for sale. A I, John It. Oiv.Iuy, cahierof the aboved named of the late William Bastin, ami aie sous KNGRAVIiTG on all goods sold, free of charge Old gold and ear that the above Hatemcut llank, du olmnly St Is appreciation of him as its agent who was a comparatively small man. Camenisch, Turnersville. knowledge .Hid belief silver taken in exchange. , H. Hooker a i true to the bet of my J. II. Caiter sold to A. hcte, The John Brenner Brewing Co-.- Their mother whs a small lady, hut a JOHN II. OWSUKV, Cahier. me by J. II. Owley, thU Mar of Cincinnati, has sent Mr. K. Bremer a very hearty one, and was the mother of pair of work mules for i'200. Sworn to M. IIRIOHT, N. I'. I.. C. have loaned all the mules out that E, it.;j. a handsome wagon to deliver beer to his 15 children. M. S. BaughI recently advertised. t")tOIIIOIK I - Tun Court of Levy adjourned after man. ' REPORT OF THE CONDITION not mM passing on Sheiill Menefee's delinquent Bank Stock Foil Sai.b. If M. S. Haughmau sold to Hihb, of I will sell publicly on county tax list. ' privately, worth Todd county, a pair of He showed that $1V-S-" old mules THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLF. umrt Ny, Msrch 1Mb, a number of of property had been wruiigly assessed for J5J5J.". the sum of KentiKky, at the cloe of Elian's f Mock in the Funnels Bauk and am! that poll taxes to the number of 10 Tiie Winchester Democrat reports In Mar. 1, t&ja. Trust Ci i J. II. lUugbmaii. charge)! linns ami' women am! s Ues of ;'') cattle at :1 and rt'i hogs at liad been . m lie was accordingly credited witli the cents. KKSOUUCKS. KafKi Ml. attention is railed to the ad- 196 4 1 same. He returned J14,RIL' worth of .......... .....jt J. 12. Carson sold to a l'ennsylvania l.M uA (hM.ouiiU Mr. A.'lC. Gibbons, the 4ertisementof of lilO man 5H iuule. and a property as th'n spring, UvurdnifK, wturinl and utisetire4... artistic Danville dealer in wall paer polls was Mcccptcd as delinquent. The cirCHhitwii UiHiJt to 17 S at about ?(). aii)l other household oriisinentntions. Due from appnued riwerc aent ... average. Having number is about the .1. K. Carson returned from Indiana, Due Irom other National Hanks.. He ran tea the largest anil tlnest stock in no power tn make a levy till the Friday, when he took 10 heat! of Jer Due liotu Stale Hank and all this country. , ftirtuture and fixture. . pshMM the act authorizing it, that seys, sold at home at an average ol Current fxjieneaiul taxi- paid., Tiik N imiskis. The requisite number tluty wu'postined till the ict is passed ?1V). Cheikand other cith itm of the committer- met with the Chair ami the county judgi convenes the maglien' Johnson, of Hardstowii, sold to INIU ol other ttank B. Paxtou on the day fixed by istrates into another session. man J. L. L. Dorsey, the stallion Karlo for ?0, Fra noaI ua.r currency, nkkeb. awl of the vote The best Chilled Plow made, Kxtras carried in stock. Satisfaction . the order and after a roiint elit ,........iy..Ni.'...'wwt. 0(X). He sold at Cleveland, last week, Tin: Lincoln count jury in the ca- Spu li. K. &V. H. WEARKN. ist at Saturday's primary, declared Ja. guaranteed. ... against (8eorm Wordf at Danville, for forfi.lOO. I.fUl tendtr lotc P. Bailey am! John N. Menefee the nomIWiW will The gi eat George Dictator KiideMptHM fund with U. S. Tniurer the murder 01 Marsha! Wells, faileil to inees for circuit clerk and sliirill. 50 per teut of tirciilatnin....... discharged at noon Wed- he on exhibition here next Monday and iiuree and were wants to see a fine individTiik cxaminim; trial o( Win. Cooley nesday. When the jury first went to if the public o.95i should Total Warren Clymer was auain the loom they stood on a vote nine for ual with n gootl pedigree they l.lAllll.I'l'lluS. for shootlnu him. $oo.i co postponet! yesterday, Mi. Clymer'- - con- lunging ami time for manslaughter. take a look at rap1t.1I lock paid III Lost. A block sow, weighing from Surplus fund Ids Those for hanging finally agreed to life Ji"x' " dition still Iteinn Btich as to make 3.300 5 230 t; i!00 pounds ami " shoats weighing Imlmdod prtilit'. Hy anieeinent it imprisonment and two of the manslaughpresence imposaihle. jt.jatn from'lOO to pounds. Any informa- National Hank note outnandlns was set for next Saturday at o'clock, and ter men joined them, hut , Squire L. kubjttct to checkI?.7J " leading to their recovery will be ludiudual deposit i.iat y in the meantime) th deposition of the K. Wells, stuck to 21 yearn and would tion Hue to oilier National Hanks & Co. received. M. F. Klkin Hue 10 taie Hank and Hankers wounded man will ho taken. Ho is not budge from ids position. Tiie jury thankfully Mo- -t all of the lambs in this county SiC".93l '7 threatened witlt hlood poisoning and a was on the case just teyen davs and ot.I N. J'rewitt being ho improba- d lew for their services from Jl'.'l to $.10 have been sold, Mr. D. OK KINTICKV, fatal termination may not M M I of the greater portion of Count of I.uttoln, ble. The the purchaser each, which included mileage. Cahier of the ahoe named J W. . For Ma v 23 to June o delivery them. . I.. ........ .l. ..li. tlwiM .Ul.lllflll LkimNO.n'h new jail failed to liolcllts whole 7.") men summoned from this he paid d cents; June 5 to July 15, 'iu i true to ltielH- -l of my knowledge and btlicf. county got in the aggregate 7o0. Wm. ; i."',,"' aim sworn 10 immc prisoneis the. other night. and July 13 to August 1st, 3 to ojc. J. II HOCKKR N. I". - C of M .r. iS.,i. Casey, chained with forgery, t Mtet of CeCorret Mr. f. M. Hruce has secured Ti KsoAY a white woman, claiming It l'.HouN, llenrv llusli. colored, witli liouselireak- - that fllie had recently lost her family cil Hros.. Danville, the standard-breDirector. l.im.MiD AliOKN, VVlne. and John Haley, with gram! larco T J Komnson, J from the grip and was herself unable to horse Lancet, and will make the present ny. made their escape) liy raising n solid make a living, atked alms from the citi- season with him at his stable, where he "LOCUST GROVE" stone in the ceiling. A reward of $ 100 zens heie, but met with very poor invites the public to call and see him. Weatli-erforis offered for the capture of Win. as she was the third one to do like- Mr. Hruce will open a breaking stable in O & A liberal reward w ill also bo wise in the last few days. Patience had a few weeks. See ids advertisements in of Hush and Haley. FOR SALE. paid for the. arrest seemingly ceased to lie a virtue and this paper next week. Karin aud richest oil in Lincoln ca, she went into MuKiuip?v Uros.' Molly Mounts, the celebrated old Th linrl d Land, Tiikuk waTthe old light for Denny at when ot E. Farris, foaled a cowurlnnKCJo acres ol Sttu.otd. the tounty seat o within to mile, for instructions for delegate-at-larg- store and was met with a refusal, she saddle, mare of Mr. J. Lancaster Fronted by the Shelby City turnpike paint and gave the elder stud colt by Eigle Bird, Tuesday night. of Lincoln. to the national convention, but put on her war and accessible to the Stanford and Uaimllii turnv Jarms not btrong enough to member of the tlnnasovero "cussing" She is tlte dam of Gilt Edge, Silver King, pike. This is one or th best Stock state or In the culti his friends were in a high Hoyal King, all was in- and threatened to whip slieol out of Gold King, Allie and lor all purport vatton. Abundance of water for the growtnc of force it and Col. Hradlej alone Soil ia fertile and is suiUble The plea that it was Den- - somebody if alio was not more success- of whom have won honors in the show henp. tobacco, corn and wheat. I he land Is so structed for. two fine .. . ful. It is indeed hard to tell when a perring unci 'tud. Eagle Bird, the sire o" located so that it can be divided and large and nun Sri ny's old county harms made The improvement are a disposed to son does a charitable act w hen he helps her last foal, is by Kiog Eagle, ho by commodlou. dwelling, a convenient stock barn, L. i)...iio..'. rrlniiita werci not tor inforfr OIuiij " C.. the ... ..,, the numerous beggars that come along, Bfack Eagle, he by King William, or mation, apply ot fruit of all kind, etc. Stanford. K. H.10NES. to put him in tlio race iiaiuiiLipcU show at and it is about the best way to turn a "Blind Billy," the most celebrated I, if way. The colonel always heats 'em i V K1LEV, Pinevtlle. cold shoulder to them all. horse of his day. abroad. home and day. Mn. !' tiiiuio.si, wife aii)l Muster "Mnrri, of hiinvlllf , were miest of YV. T. Smith ami J. M. Sihold thin week. MihmI.HUK Hkc.i.kv will leavo tomorrow for IxmlHville and Cincinna'.t to lay in her sprint: htock of millinery. Mil), ill. a.veil k Swkknky, after a pleasant month's ptuy with olil friend in I.ou ivilh passed thro' to Lancaster Tues- ! nituro Co., a book ease made out of potatoes, onion seta and all nilt,Vl.p, ch HboWB t)0 exC(,en. kinds of garden seed at J. B. I'oster a. we ,, (v of ljp lm,)er Jn t,gt TCi,.QQ Mr. Carr's capabilities as a wood worker. lie would InIk Cain were allvo fill udng somewhere near Mt. Vernon. dwelling Foil Hunt. The . .tun iruurvnnuni;iit:Uf tuu miu of Mrs. K. C. Helm, for term of one year, Fon Kent. Dwelling with six looms. and Opposite the College. Good Harden at- with privilege of renewal. Carpets furniture for sale. For rent 1 of the tache)!. Apply to John M. Mcltoberts, houpe, yard and garden, three acies, of Sr. the old Craig place, half way between Tiik law firm of Miller it Owsley has Stanford am! Rowland. Apply at once. dissolve)!. Mr. Miller will leiiiain at S. C. Ilehii.ailtn'r, . . thi' old ofllce, while Mr. Owsley Mill o Thk Fourth National Bunk of Columy bloe'lc. to the bia, Ga., K. P. Owsley, cashier, which Is Mr Kva Ward, widow of Mr. et tried business about Feb. 1, makes a It Ie)"jo Ward, who has the nice property very excellent statement. The capital in Crab Orchard for halo. The type stock paid in is $75,000, its loans anddiH Hindu it Mix. Kva Smith. counts i.l'JJSTi.tMJ, undivided profits its deposits $1U,1S7.1S. Half New Sroi'K. Mesets J. II. Greer and of the stock is owned by Lincoln county groB. F. Kouteii will open a people. cery at Kowliiud this seck in the storeTiik case of the Firnt National Bank of room opposite Isaac Hamilton's. Stanford vs. the late Levi Hubble as By the derailing n(n freight car at the surety for K.T. Mattinglv on the purmouth of a tunnel, near lla.el Patch, chase notes for the Boiler Mill propel ty, passenger train Tucs in which Mr Hubble was released by the day was dclsxed live bonis. No uu was the lower courts hai been reversed by hurt. the Court of Appeals, but it is not known Dlt. BnoNAi i.ii Niys that there is an- upon what grounds or how radical the other bo at Mr. F. M. Ausley's and it nature of the reversal. N..Sekd to-da- YOUR MONEY. Can not be better invested than in taking advantage of our remarkabhi loir Prices. six-roo- Courier-Journal- OUB Over 0 0 SIPBXNTG e GOOD! 4 Are coming in every day and are placed on sale at prices that will instantly please you. (he-le- COME IN AND LOOK our good before they are picked over and see our immense line of tlrH-clus- s north-boun- d Dry Goods, Shoes, Furnishing Goods, Clothing--, Carpets Straw Matting, Oil Cloth, Curtains, Trunks, &c. White Goods, Embroideries, Curtains, Rugs, Valises, Children's, Boy's and Men's Hats, Etc. and Feathers bought at the highest market prices at THE LOUISVILLE M STORE Main Street, Stanford. URBAjYSKY, Propri Jf. MAjYJS, Manager. 1 - -- e n STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portabl26-hors- J. 1 J I Ixtil-vill- THE JAMES LEFFEI 1 t 1 I - I W.BJcRDBERTS, -- pro-mm- ci! - Druggist and Jeweler, Al-coi- n s DRUGS, M BOOKS, PAINTS, PAPER, i 'tk Jewelry & Silverware. Watches. Clocks and Jewelry Repaired first-class lM-a- -.- .-. 7.-- 1 -- m The Vulcan Chilled Plows, lin-m- m m i ffv li-t- - year-old- s, RuuilflHHiHBEitaA legis-latin- IkMtkinz-ltoux- -, - 1; -- RDBBER GOODS. X 1 fc-e- l'--V) - . ir I lto-k- (Hen's and Boys' Robber Coats, Mcintosh Coats, Weatli-orford.- sub-orilX- 1 d m siu-ce- ss, d. T CZ FAB M stttia-te- Hlue-Gr- as Rubber Boots, Rubber Shoes, v Cunt I..ej;jin;K, c. F- - -- :,. Slicker Coats and Slicker Pants. -- ?..m r l-- ivf.-.i..?- M'ROBSRTS & HIGGIN& --- r: .! t Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourna: -A- MY DREAM. r t i) i l k i t. "l after the war 11ral tllllliHP flf PlWl.,. As came out of the war poor and tllMfn. ,,, ,i :,,!,,..,,, without a vocation, and with a desire to ,;, ' in.ii.. (,, House and Lot in Crab Orchard. ni,i i,, make amends so far as possible for the ..,., ,irnri;liv , , ... ....... (.i, ,...,.,.- -. r. "A First-Clas- s Saloon wroimsdonewh.la soldier, naturally Maoksville and Ilar.od-bnr,- .; and iu the L?..3,7hV,S,n", n., ii.i.l.ard an, ,hk my thoughts tiirne, to the ministry. iioj ;Ms Sll;ar Creek B,ction of tJarran, roiintv r, Hut having very httle education there Btlu,re 1,H. not been much change fn the Ky CO were but few held.- - for me to work in. ,,l9l (, - .- t .,,,,. , vear8 Ult 0e ill such a calling. A- - there was, hownamei! ....... .... " .1 , ... :....:.. i.i.i. contemplate, that in the u... ..e.,,1..,.,l,u.. .. n.n,,ttt)(11(ltlltj,,litmim) friendship II. SH, aminos iiu ie'iiii-ijiiitiiiiujtiitiu- - lur 119 ',ita,itieso( hvh win TO; 232 Acres of Splendid Blue-Gras- s jime0,I1n pieachers, I became eoMhelr iiuiiiiiti lieI,s.aL. for j,u Jack , keepini: pace with REAL AGENT, . n mi trtU i stiilniiLand ' niKECTOKS. u luur, puipiii a. I 'n JUIIl.' f'llllllTl' tI ...1 :.. atrsTsJi i..! illl.. e,rill .. ue.irai.i) .located on turnpike rnad'lradiog Irom llll ill s....s....s... J J. Wlllums, Ml. Vernon; Ky. I ' I was 101 Inn., enydgtll 1.1 IIU M.lledKet.lle. County. Ky ,6 we t(nt,e. (lf ,eartfeU s.anlord .0 Stanford, a tlg gIjl J, M Hall, Slanlocd; imles rrom miles HustoHtille. iuWork before I lllSCOVeied that one Ol j. S. Owsley, Stanford; b0W8 for hospitalities ami ColirtesleS It" from Danville I hate.,iiile a n rober ot mils from Inucii.m Cily audi Vl( MS f.,r sail two things was indispensable to a sue- ... T,mil!1. ,. fj...vs. .....1 .ii... yiihin iNmitw. of Mj.rrUii.1 . .t.ii.n .oiitheC. S.J. Embry, Stanford ; tery hest II iit.f.rass tndstn Llmoin unty flit a K N .. ... inerarm has uivoii it an elegant ami Tliese rarius are all well improved and go .j.fnl ...i.ilolr,. TI...S ti umii iiiiioi ,.t.l J E I.ynn, Stanford; 0. iiiiiiidm! iimi rr A. (illllSJ)le, tts.HStors btl. k resi.lemr, (tiu rooll all fjfipt. Will. J. tkh land., running in .lie from jo to coo A res A. W. Carpenter. Milledgevtlie; n'ce'sary outbuildings and an abundance Having remov. il my l.Jrbcr Snop fruit the Com ther be a scholar to enable him to piobe Ilie.'Un ami AIT. lS.lll.llll, IirvailtHVllle, ...... ...in j wir.r ricniicsH .mil ler s. Hutonville; J. K.naughman, J. trwi. of alnuxl etery sarin y. Much of the land inerdal llotel, I a iiiiit oi son, ir.ecoiitenirureaf turnpikes and rail the deep nnd dillicult teachings of the &.UII ads that bung markets tlhl to our UiK.r, they n.wl .1. It.. H'J AlHrhSljII- - ' sirgi" s.u, wen iimovrcu, aliiiiidanll) watered1 J. F. Cash, Stanford; JOllllSOll ai,, nearly all well set III llll.e l.ra.s-- ll. ahcn.a atecheaper than the Lands ofy other ounlylii plan of salvation ntier the law;"or else William Gooch, Staatord, Ky. , Farm , (Ja, j , , ireenleaf am, Ca t x a, et.ry ,e,pec. the Slate 'I here Is sruti.eli a I'jiih . .1.. . - .. Shanks, President. d next Spring 1 Preoared to Accommodate Ladies For lc u" '6 l"lr' ' he must he in bued w ith vrace that bv Ho- -i Oiliion, f.anca-te- r. .II. tt oer s miles from a derot ' p w i,oi. 'iho- - Austin, u B. Owsley, Cashier J as well as Gentlemen, lliesosiiilv is therked with turnpikes r unit's, the i , I'bere u iwt a publi. r.xi.f en inetery F. xv. Di.lion, Cab Or aiIlinoi.kt V. M. Ilnght, Teller tenug tin count) seat that is ma M.i. sUaim c I iI,'t '"' , bey may wish ,!,m my Hr.e Ch... We hate ihe Knvstille llrauck sl the In anything l'rd,andJ. W. Adams, Howl.iml. ,V S ( frr, TLTOTJ EnlSTOTTT beautiful ti nth- R. dit Iding the minty from Hast toW, tandlhe therein, also waned on tali mi me C S k U Iruiu North lv oulk, the k C. R I which Hre almost lllOtherel out by the, HUBBLE. Ifiit this place to C'liliilin.ti, tros.iug the C , O I hut THOMPSON, NATIONAL BANK cold Ii tterof .he wonl. As I at iiichclrr, giving full .10 In the marki ( tbeuli le w. rid. Hcsnlis. we hatr li lis 'arge S. Dunbar is layiir. the foundation In Ceinmer lal lintel 10 ir Mills in the county neitnei ol tnc-- qiiaiiitcaiion- - i lorepaw OF STANFORD, K that gne t a utket f.r all our .lain right nt Irome, and the dctilop that it would be only a ipiettion of a ' bis hoii-nunlbl tht utsimiaiii icaimis el l.a tern a Sii th raterii Krntusky bv lailrnadsau.i Hie t verv short time before I would have to' -- Theie will be preaching at the Keeps the attest the les and largest taiisty of kl S011II1 by railroads hat sm a denia t Capital Stock give up my charge. Ueing, however, "liuicli here .Sunday by a tutleiit from lur till kinds of cereals and tiroti'iolcr tli we Fancy Goods, Fruits, ' l,dllvl"t' s ur,.y retain enough lor honieconsunipnon -;- of a determined will power, 18,500 Surplus I he people art pimpcrous, geaeroii- an. km' Candies Nuts, Cigars We reaiet to learn of the death of tlietiiis, n Chn.tui.lty and nlumii.11 and an unusual amount of piide, and! '.ere It not a neighiMirheoil in ihr tounlt it In Attention of the public is invited to the fac knowing the i.ionene.-And Iof.i. ointl.euty i .if the humau n,,ry Gentry, which occurred from mI k mt iIihii h and scbmil h.ise National Hank in Stanford that this is the Stal.f.inl. ihi'.AiiHlr .Ml..! ..u...... Under the protisionsof the National Hank A t laceto lose sight ol the deeper; ami troublewith his throat Wednesday pen. utile tlty of almui 1 .M mhal. jih, at DOJNT depositors are secured not only bv the cap tai tn. K'.t d.oiway from th Nneth ,.im N ,ril Juinea Kngleuiiu.'H pond was robbed liability lur an moii entluiing tiuths for the lighter M..ckho!der stock, but h the e t s.i Hi and from the Northwest 10 'I h it he ,i'so keeps the cl e.ip-- t Mo t rj t amount equal t the st k.' that depositors o thincflof lift, I begin to puzzle of y ol about l.fMX) tlsh last .Monday and not d standing a. it does ga.Mg nhl int., , this institutiun are se ured bv a fund of $400,000. of of tbt Mndrtekted mountains of Sum I c of the bank mind to diseovf-- r j onii'thing ol a secular a irood dav for lishing with hooks ei- Fite slorn statements .ftheconditioii ,, (if , knilUik) l.atkrj up by tin w,U. ,re made wuhjearti tin I lilted States goverr-uie- s the Stale with railroads running fir 11. Ii n.tture to distract m coiigiegation's thei and its assets are rt imintd at stattd turn , h' a point, of the tompass maki. ,1 nat sy government agent- - thus ea.utilii. additlton. Mi- -. Kannie H.illanl, my foimeily Mi-- s t . deuositorS). ft i.e .t. atnl towns In th. Soti.ralw. . . . c .. ni .mil t ..i ...vf.. t safciv 10oriinally established as tr e mind from was inellicieiicy. About this ' ".....iiges an ,j ilaci .res aad oilier onterpil.es of Im,.M,, u e died at tier fathers, Mr. .,i goo-- f..r iku..ii,M u , i.ut.er, Kggs, p. t,t This institution, buiui; agitated in time there r.innit' rollard, t rorksai iw being aaitat.d an.) t Deposit Ihink of Slaiifnril in i5i. then rew,rgau U tor win Ii he .i)s the Her re lu c Ihr town :ibouti tare.- fourth, ,(u rg' lied as the N.Uitmal Hank of Stanford in t"65 and ''tntes of the I'nlou the (iiieitiou of pro- - Itobert I'ollard, Sunday night. tneie.oiildsieeretitti Water Wurks will t.ry tHt Hirst National lltnk of I concluded that this was my mains weie interred in Lancaster .,...., t lliat would snnolt j n.. ,,r il'l' d hibition. Highest Market Prices. has bad praituall) Staiilurd habitant-witthe purest and best iviifr ill ll t bttttr sju I adopted local option or tery Monday, ishi had only been evtenieof tJ years It isl.u.ln'uts supjdied I.Mxis .lel.tered .mytvli re rl the cut ..nil Ills ,. J prlmpt 'lur lltll. lltt has brnu 0.0. u. , now with tailiiefortraiisH' ling ly trip made In Kotvl u.a Hie lasi few vra.saiid lis business houses ,rd n nit the "key note" to my r'ed a short time. We syinp.itlije with 4y and liber oly than ever before in its long and Idimt- - will (,'impate with Uig.r titiesnf k.re.'i Vi iiitints of '.ortr.itmns, honorable areer leaves to mourn her discourses ami I have been grinding out ' the Iitislmml pretensi. us Our men hams and tra.ies en t lirnis and uulnnduals reapartfiilly all prosperous and doing well of tin- - sort ever m-e. Ue tlepartme. bank, with t ipital sto, k of $(oti,o. ia,e tw f 4t ,,, My congregations weie go6tl anij for a Mr. Hen Wilmot and Mis Maggie The Direitor) ol this Hank is (.mnposed 01 uo m a gowti ron.iiiioa 'i"Ti"ii, W'a hute spleadid stliwds W hm n Hotter, of Stanfsinl; I. J while I fluttered niy.aelf that f'hail irtatltii Herrin, the tlaughter of Jauu's" llernn, eollrge, a large bru k building, wiih .mr 10 p3 Foreslus Reid, Lincoln county , . wwsir ihi unurr tne pun. ipaisl n i ftaBta ,'JICI N a lucky hit. Hut in time I discovered were joined in matrimony at the bride's ' 'rof J M Hubbard, is in a rlourisbuig J. W. lla)W'n, SUnfoul; ', evening at I o'clock. Hinhcst cash my mistake. Whtn taking charge of a mothttr'n Tuesday tion. We also hate a Semiiiaiy that it 3 e S.H, llatigWaii, Lincoli market price "u ud ' lUakewnnai ,t h, ..h..l.tvlih I'rof , M.'j. Miltw, Mt Vernon; I noticed that there nnd at oncecame to his brothers, where congregation was a hiteoiieol Ihe iiwl I'ublii School niiditigt n. ....,,., i,l,. .,,,,1 their ......... friends o)r S. T Harris, Lincoln, .........,.;.... o .ue ,aie. wiiii iver 100 ..u...!. nogootl feeling existing .1.1 attenilaute, ita.1 with oilier good private s. ho.il,. J. S. Ilo.ker Stanford; among all oivhatever views they ' paitook of tho good suppei prepared bv ours. hiMilfaiilltie. are ev. ellent ll4l.I...Tt ('. A L.ulcey, Lincoln; ,.,,tthave elegant . bnr h builniliis.reiresHni . We Ioarr held in the community in which my liissisier and biother. .May their days I Hill, Stanford, s etery dcnatoiiialloii, with a full Vs' O. W4ch, Stanford. Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs f tins lass fait m mil arc doing cormnt ininlst.r'i a better ho.m church was located, but after I had be many, useful and happy. than at:v clastiot men in the cily V.I Tate, StanforJ &c, at SolUiled St.iCk t itil. .Ill Mieep dp. .ally. hammered them a year or so I dUisovur I'r. Bronaugh, of Stanfortl, was call bate tried to make this sialenimt nfi " I'ersous hut lliu mt nl if.. ivi .le. rihttl .tnrl without nnv esaggeralion or OFFlt'KRS: coloring, Mrs. Win. I'lnlenvooil, who j,or , .' ed that dibensions aro-- e and their purchase same, vill aab'or tMsliiiil .. who know vnll '.Hooker, 1'ietideiit; out. Mi & CO.,, for call on or addressto me Au espeiieli.e (do well to buy pleasant bear n e at lairnud tht. 1..lo. ..,H to fifteen ferem-HsImiibs though trivial, became aggra- - has been very sick for a fen days, hut . i.rlre. and luer;' j J wars iu this busines has bfcnol profit lo me and alnnnK'aciml peon e with all the l.e.t I think Itantnike it profit .lile both loihe bitter STANKORI), KY. lyr surround A. A.,.MCKiniey, Assisiini vasnier vated until the whole community be- - is thought to be a little better now. .S. lug. tvnuid do well tu ill ,m.: mi before p r O. u.lilres- - St.nfor Kt, and seller in, lusing "itcwtiere wa- - SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL. HANK OH STANFORD, Nowclogiu; up) with the same assets aud under rhi- same management. lly provisions of Its chaiter, depositors arc as fully protected as aie depositors in National held Individually flanks, its shareholders Uin .liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the amount invested In such shares. It may actas as muy as executor, atlimnulratur, trustee, an individual. To those who entrusted their huisiticst to us the Lincoln National Hank of while mnacit .Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they wilt continue to transact their business with us, offering a a guarantee for prompt attention to a.une, our twenty years experience id banking and as liberaliiccoiiimodations as are consistent with sound banking. Being transported in a dream to n All ptrsent In arreari for tlai late, are herr y nolifie.l that if their tasrs beautiful city situated in the heart of not paid on a visit t Mc Kinney. L. It. Adams, of al patronage rerelted and hope by lair dealing lo fore County Court da) tUearei,ih ifay ,f or be Man, s larnieia in neol ol .1 good merit a continuance region of Kentucky, and they will find their property adVriiM-- lor Oifl the jf J JLM5U. YBAR,iy A.U.AJX S, Huston villi', is visiting here. fence will tmd me at the M)cr llouso in Stsnrotd sale in fh columns ol the I contemplated Interior Journal. finding that the train oneiichountyCourlday Very Truly, arWhen nitl o paid S2.60 ' Kt chrged.J. N JIKNKKH,.. . joXSON.. Messrs Care K Sherman, nl Alexander, Ten,, Sheriff I In.olii County leaving upon was some two or throe J times n regarding a remarkable cure ol rheum hours late, I concluded to take n stroll turn there as follows "The wife of Mr, Willisiu k. L. LOCAL TIME CARD. IVtilti . the postmaster here, had lcen bed ridden about the city. Leisurely walking along .th rheumatism for set eral years. She could get Train naves Rowland at 7.00 a. m , returning 1 X'e sold her a bot SALOON nothing to do her any good 1 suddenly found myself in front of a it $" p m tie of Chamberlain l'ain Ililm and she wat comDealer in General Merchandise, very imposing structure surrounded by AT ROWI AND plete!) mrcd b it me. We refer any one to L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Lumber and Shingles. tier to terlfv Ihit statement '. soc bottlet fr ale spacious and moat beautiful grounds. by i M L Ilourne, Unknot and Optician, Stan, Hoods sold for cash only It sives nn pleasure 11 19 pm J53, Mail train going North lord, K). t Above the entrance or gateway to these Ule 10 the nubile in fc.cner.il Hi I am dmtiit South " " " 134pm nicely under the Cash and Ihit the people I ofler lor ale priately my frame l( ..imjb grounds was this slgu in large letters Eipress train " South i I Bucklin's Arnica Salvo. tro rinmllv tat. hnur n to the IsCt that it the ' " North 11 nnw isnii wnu n arc now renen a .if The bet ulie in the world lor cuts, bruises better system, both fur the tnyrr and wiler. I hey 6sgam "Asylum for the Insane" Never hav. nlt.illv loutcl and a t It Local Freight North aUo know that t m oils lor houl a third less perm nth ores, ulcers, aa.lt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap' South. jupm ing visited an institution of this sort and '"in( ni a U1S4 He ho do credit business ui'tiiw... urms At ped hand,, chilblains, corns and all skin crup than my enrnp. titur The lattertrains also carry passengers. ltliaod well, stal r .1 liens and positively cures piles, or no pay reiiur. member that I keep constantly or. hand a splen- ion of the I finding tm time dragging heaVily upon hn ise aad other ne(rar ixitluillOiiigs A u s did assof tmrnt of Dry timplt, lltfvetle. above iscaleulated on standard tune. Solar The ed. It is guaranteed to giv,. perfect satisfaction, LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY I KRII I Hoots, Shovs, Huts Hlid tho like stanforJ Call In nnd invhaiiils, I concluded to vo in and look time is about 10 minutes faster I'nce st, cent per bo. or money refunded K dsil) trnlenishe.1 ti my stock, which isHlf.roN, almost Ky Your I,iboity So approaching t trough thp building. after 11 dux a' Kor sale by A R. Penny, Staiilnrd, Rowland. 5iyr J II the front door I rang the door bell. I rambling through the counties of LinTho First SUD MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, I anham A m'l eat . an't Jhn II Cattleman Perhnna nu arc run down kept long in waiting before, a coln, Boyle. Washington, Mercer and sleep, c n t think tun't do aiisthltiK l" our sat servant nppmu'hed and I wn conduct- - Gat rani, tetutued Monday evening, isf.uiion and ou wonder vhat ails )h, '" and Corner Main and Depot Stiri t ed to the superintendent of the build-i- n sound in mind ami in reasonably good nIioiiM heed the warninu. )ou areoutakii.c the hrt iieetl a mrc siep into ntrsous prostration. bowel :; to whom I made known my desiie. phsical condition. tonic and Kleitric Hitters you will find the If si AAc'CiiD, sj stem In lis remedy I was put in charge of an attendant who Mr. M. K. Humpbiey, a young man nnriuul. for restoring your nersofis cured and prevented healtny loiulition surprising reMiiis . thp Keeps on hind totittantly a liaii.vin. Allwatlse I e L1 proceeded to show me through the flit of bright promise, wJnle taking vigorous Inllosv apiK use of this Nerst- l"enu anil I. by prompt .. our tite returns, ncosl.lmrstiofi tuminU luts. hocotts. At 'I nmnnuif Uoiii UlUUI UIIUU ml the Ihsr ami Kidneys rexmne healths anion Itr An exprtlrn.ej i,.tntof Hi. of the institution. Taking athletic e.xerci-ie- , ferent wards severely sprained his Mikcrsa'e I Try bottle I'ruc jo icnts at A R Penny il me, who will satl.lt he public in etrrt dc of my time and occasionally glancing into knee and has been confined to hi- - bed drug store u" ; ' . the cells of the poor unfortunates, my for some days, suffering much pain and A Llttlo alrl's Exporlonco tn it Lltit (Ill TO heart meanwhile overwhelmed with sad- is liable to be laid up for some time. Houho. Mr and Mrs I orcu Iresiott arc kweiic i ol the ness, I soon found myself in front of They The venerable, Amerlek T. Royalty, (lev I.tshthoii'.e at Sand Iteach Mich , and a,1,! cell No. Ill, which contained with a tlauKht(r 4 sears old. la-- t Apnl BAUBEK&CASTLEMAN man, the now iu his S'Jd year, who has been Verv liver, she w taken down with measli, followed ss'ith 4 lo..ate Tur phetonratilis midr M W.K.KRS, uiwillti'd expiession of whose fare suddenly fixed low fqr some time, ami serious appre- lredful ifimh and turnm: into a fiwcr. Dnctars that he a ill alwas treat you mint 'and site I at home atfd at Detroit treated her, but in sain, mv attention upon him aud who at hensions felt for him, wt- - are plea-e- d Htmemher he makes .n turr of a ti on to she grew worse r:iMillr until she was a mere Commerce Building, Louisville. salt.ft the dlHeresil sites, pirn from the smallest pli t't and greatly some time in the past I wa- - certain of inform his friend- -, i now improving and "handful of bones ' I hpn the trsd Dr Kim'. graphs up to a life sire portrait IN ir.t..i, wtir New Discos ery and after the mm of two and a half Agents Ihrouf limit trie South colors ami pastcils If vo have a haying seen. He was a man of slender it N hoped will soon be on the treets tattles was irMnpletely lured. 'Iber sa Dr, wunl enlarrl.it will p,sy too lit see hit el irp Kiisu't New I)is.oert is worth Its wpichlin ji.dd build with dark hair and eye- - rather of again. rontraitms 'h i " hae it ma ic. as set sou may k( ou a trial bottle fret l A R locatpil iiore m will altrats he 1!. C. l. sans & ip Kv the piercing kind, 'uitVoliiig in their ex'"') ' "'B Mr. James C. Wilkinsou was in tow W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Agont, fattsru A J l Mir, taut T pression, without the least indication of it being the first time your Lowell, MANfOIID KY sympathy in theii glance rather of the has seen him since his re-raven's cold cast. In fact he would im- tuin fiom Texas. .Iim i perfectly inci-- i TUS SHELTOK HOUSE, A. S. VEX DOM K HOTEL press one at a glances a a man who natetl with the Lone Star State ami 1' When B.tb7 wiw tlcV, we rrtp her Gtnrit. K ROWLAND Qffi-fSURGKON DENTIST. When she wns, a Child, alie crirxl for Castorl. would have been peculiarly fitted to gue.-- s will ca- -t hi- - fortunes there. Aftei VsAU At SI I F.I I lr r e Oflice on Main street, oser W. II. McRoberts Miss, nil clnnR to Castorla. hav'e presided at a court of infinity in experiencing nil the Moods and drouth-- 1 WIipii Iip Drug Store, Stanford. IhlH i.s h 1. trtn rrlilttd thlo i.'l ,' ' Wientl.o bad ChUren.heso thorn Ca.ioria II.1R. the days of the Inipii-itiop revnlent theie, and the boll worms, CBt A LIVERY ATTACHED. HlSTdNMI I K R My attention had been fo completely terpillar-- , army worms and other insect- -. DR. Ar. B. ifjcoihed in contemplating this man deVOlll Dig hi- T horounhly rrhltrj nj refmnishe ,nt fuilv ran.lent si.h litiieit and the ticks. IllOSA prepares! 10 attend 1.. the wnl of the t.ui.'l. I W . 'T CAKktl k f.p that m v attendant had moved on w itli tptuoes aim. cnegrcs leeiuug upon .. SAMI'I.K K(H).M alia, htd ins ,,r" "" ' n" oilt me to the end of the corridor and men rilals l. " will nfls.it .trs..u.t nf iI.m ... ." " rely irtt It ....v.. ' Lougli Kowudt . ', fiannr" Office South side Main street, in orlice recently had taken a seat near a window ami Y u. and au m us rjM- - i- i temsciii. vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffn. in Stanford, Ky. !' dear, told spring water and delicious epetratlon It also '! I VtKJM, I XlkULJi I , the Mtrnty! and .ft until I should join him. When ItoitaSn ifcfcsl iriuiini llft..ill.l.l..is ..I aI.I I .M - uviuh.) 01 inc MroxiMoif riiHgniHtz IhiaB'.tic f.'fvsrurau huni.is ttm in linns .tun ..fSta.I..it ve;i:iauii.'B n uiu a n'lassial .. F. U. UILEY, I'roprttitor. 'I katu atsrawst - iaatiJt fsVitt ufr others aot irospM ,Mi our Iih '. ,M, I camu up he asked me if 1 knew the ey. lM11a.11 (Jolle t ,, r,M. CRAIG, :...:., . u,,.,.: ' ttitl mis just returmtl saa,f:s.i srsLliilia, .... ..' II DR. ' s.s.ssi so. i.tiies r London, - - - Kontucky. raissioa, as Ml sk,b wfll tw awuvrc tm 1.. t el iumate of veil No. IS. To which I re- from a four davs trio to Ijiui-villest esiawttaf the law tosuami in iiniiruos s,.b.iaiu. utncl vale lt Dl M I. Homeopathic Physiciau, oiirnr. Druggist mil t) lu ttl, .C. M.JU'IMlNAM'i r plied that I could not sin I did, though 'u-r.- i. Kt J L BKl'l M You know, Mr. Editor, that a lewhave atosrtl to asy aew Hltl and sa Kaslei - - - Kentucky. I thought hi.- - face somewhat familiar. THOMAs ( Stanford, nieparsd than ever to ace oa mod ale the puMc year-agwhen your scribe returned afSTKrLR MAI Good Livery atiactsssd a ad every rwttveaieacc deA , lu i p m 8 to He stated that Xo. 13 had a peculiarly l I I I.AM. Office Hoursto to la a ' ter years of sojourning in a distant Stale, sired. Give ate a call. . A I B p. m. r s sad and rathei a tragic history aud if I..VNI) y, FRANK RILEY. SAI.K. Oflice on Lancaster street, opposite inclined to "poke" fun at him you wt'tfl lAMrti.lt IIP-S I cared to hear it hi would elate it to me I'll 39Ly in a private way for iuclinim: to believe NOTIC1.10 IHk. Sisiv liu Ait's oi p rixli.l l.in.1, il u . ', .1 just - he got it Ironi the inmate and . Of tlie mlkfi. in tllllt CaSPV Wilt till" ganleil-spo- t i.nfnrd on Mielhv Cits turnpike R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. this ih the narrative' AP'y ,J"'"" M" I still maintain that if ail the world. I'UHMC. TRAVKLliXU "During the late uiiplunnutue.s, K j d- -, HfoH itKiu ,i"ed. capacities of Casey county were fully DENTIST. though Foinewhat young, I wa- - old veloped phe would rival, ii not surpass. ' ! hAr prt ed U moving to the Higgins othce, Lancaster street enough to take .1 hand itiimti It i tth n Hole! the in the conflict . i -- .. i Nitrous OxiJf Has Riven for painless estracting fsT-f. w ; h" vutir mtii MTiuiii. tun isiiii mm: veins KENTUCKY. STANFORD. then raging. As almost allot my com- - j J, . vour8phx,s of paui..ns were enlisting in the Southern , w., o Cm(Urt Hi1,01ll "d eo'. rAlVM vyCSiJIESo Cause, cast nn lot with them. Mv Blipi.rior only made out otbelieved the - riynoum ,oPhase iVahF. W1""' .... 1 J LUht i it liaffor i'nn ie tin- commom-i-Kl. during the day.-- and I, c, nttltunrll. Illlt timi.si nts.. ..I.ntt.,. WIIln .ttttst tnnrfJSJkrllBTe experiences De.ilor In AlsecM'f . thiise Nwsrttlng AUi ItlAnt a ni nf etlr CKO C tartetiel.E.JK., Stan hud Ky I'irsl-Clas- s i..i..iii is. onlili.iH KIM "" 3, " v" .u' ig. Itmavnotbelong in the futnie Foreign and Domestic Fruits, a Ami offrr e lerntw of it t ' he (tuMir Hr.fid character. I ndeigoing when von will lie proud to have the . llttA (.)ltI. Hltil fr.tl biMHleu bvifftTft UllU PI) " manv ami passing thiough privilege of associating with .' iitdMe wtih ftArc the people Is I I Is? Is'MlV'IJ M'ooraiJie I arm of 110 ..... I. ...1. .. .. n..4 n s.t si it l.n:s.l..,v.,.lil. i.3i;iiji.r, vtcnuii uuo I I i IS Atre.on Cral. r. hard TIlO BCSt In tllO COUntTV. Has with him. hrt tlass baker and tan lurmili uuiti 11..11 He caution- - how you turn up J J , I s Vt II Miller pike, miiet from Stanfortl ; llrraid, Cakes and the like on short notice blows without stint and with unnece- - your nose-(Itr me a ill. the "paupei" counties. W ORLLN. I'ropnetor s.try cruelty at time.- -, 1 tear, takini: fFrom clo-- e my recent At IH'KNs. M.naKrr life with the least provocatien: one trip tliroiiL'li several countios iu the heart Co. particular oceasinn, which I now call to of the 3: -j region. I -- ee the marks ' ., he Cut Jii'fgs has appuialeit the foliosviiic mind, and which shall never of advancement and fear improvement much om.ers to hold an elects... at th .. OF STANFORD, KY torget, to wit. .When 1, with some lour more visibly here "M, than there In our Cily at organued and ready for business with or live of my companions in arms, with Is now fully veiierant leiiue vaney.--, priiuiuve nous- - -- ww"" SI AMCltD, K -.Su nerring arm killed some JO or ft, of the f --,Q flm. man,ionsiul(, 1mw ven , CD Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. enemy in one little engagement, shoot- J Coc, "'" f " JOS1SFII iUull.Veu on the knobs 19,000. ingthemeveiyone in the head. The beaiItlnil mtt Surplus, . - - - tw.k ,,.,. ,( , ,J ...,-.. --. Publlenod Every Tuesday and Fr day T- (To the Editor Interior Jrurnal.' blue-gras- .5-- n ciine convulsed and were ready to tenr each other to pieces on the least provo cation. Iy my tirades yonng men wcio driven into all kinds of excesses and things generally became intolerable. I went from community to community, but always retired after the same results. So terrible baa been mv retribution that Illy poor mitld give way Under tliel strain aud you tind me here." The attendant told me that as ho approached the close of bis narrative hi manner became violent and that he end ed in the mo-- t veliem nt Livings terrible to behold. A I'iskk Lam k. II. Baughman was down to fee us in the TO TIIK FARMERS. interest of tho Stanford (toiler Mill Co. r ... ..... r ik. Central Kentucky Hedge am .Mrs. Win. Watson is on the grip list. Fence k.iii Lancaster, and offer llic serricesor Lc et.......... fnmrnnr to the nti'ciKof ..,,... ....-- ir ,.,.1 .. . . , . .. ,, . . .Mrs. Spenee Hubble has returned from k.i. am very- imtumi Lincoln county r- 1 - - - Sheriff's 3&ls. d 1 J. B. HILTOIT, Sv-te- mm AND IFQIR, 1 MK-MK- SAIj I , , I .111111011 1 I 11. s I . Ckilh-in- c I 1( GGFaSTiPAJIGN ether complaints the use wa-u- ot ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Milliner and Dress Milker 1 . , - ed Inisiinnnnn I tltltHnnnV .1 1 Ayer's Cathartic Pills regulate the cleanse the stomach, 11 EABP, AKTIST, digestion. Dr. Ayer 7lass. assist I -- Co, I hs-r-e 11 -- to-da- 1 PRICE, THE 1 V . bft-anj- p n. j CA.MMT, Maii'r, I PENNY, Dentist. "... - I . . 1 ,n-- s ng j '"" I K . -l v- JOHN - a a tr, lJ iosti-:- -t 1 " i .:,'; I ) . e. - - 1 o, I ri I 111 1 1 1 court-hous- FOR -- I I -- - J"" . . , is tnml - v. ,,,,. ', PnTTT.T1P.V IS 1 - O 1 I -- - "..,. I - t . s s.... V "f. 1 ,!.e., d, "' MYERS HOUSE, I.ivcry.Stnblc, I 1 ng Confectiom-rles.Ac- . ... 1 tMi-mii- 1 . -o 1 at ' hu-in- nu 1 Farmers Bank& Trust , ITotioo of Elootion. murt-hoo.e niue-Oni- 1 1 ... ).ill.'"tit'l,'ic ?- PORTMAN HOUSE, s S ? -- 5. v "-- .... 1 1 ,...- -, i". over still haunted mruKi aw ,, tIe rtllle lmta me. .., mw mm - cr d J- aikn COFFEY, I'ro'r. 1 t.t inniici tiny- -. The ,iaP,,v, nnt-lon- g .,. FOR HE1TT. r- i.u refurnished, it hose 'Il.ls Hotel, reiiivjtcil a in iuv charge sad I intend tu Cindu lit wnto aot only maintain its lin;h repotatlnti, but to add l friends to its long list Special a. . .onitni.ts-Hob- s for isifflmereul travelers and fine roouts for thedlsplu) ofkainplps. . I 6ffS.-- .., t' ,,,., ,f ' TW' 'h'riils. O. "St" - - "7 FOR SALE. -i- ci-i.u ' - x- 95-'- yr ..' .,,,,.,.., ''r i 1 ' . ... .. ' SHOP. s T. Ill ESTATE Stanford, ! .., - 4 I . I ...'. I .Mack-Vlll- e, I , , , 1 direi-tim- ,"' - DOIT , I -- FIRST pos-ess- ed ' e e. JESSE I. WEAKEN JESSE V 1 I 5 S200,000 -- ci.-Jtr- d I, 11 ed - I i FORGET s. I 11 t -- llt 1 ' ... j Staple Groceries, And Provisions, ks-- i , i I - . 1 111 11 1 - , a,;ainj-e-oraiiied- 111 ij, I ,111 iininter-rupte- ceme-chancv- t. . . 111 MMnaY,rTTw'" h V . solic-te- d. -i- GASH I .1 I , c ' "wii'J" 11 j 1 1 I . ' 1 - cla-s-- e- I Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, .UflCatI.'rSlf, ,1 l i J I ee , jfTra7rMs-RberlswCa- j X ElaKliy . . 1 I ,1 . -- - t V- - V W ,.- - ' J,