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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892061701 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. -- Ttr- - Tr Semi-Weeklvol. XX. Happy Jack Addresses the Boss. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRTDAY. JUNE 17. 1892. DANVILLE. NO. 32 r 'V bniko ground for Horn, to the wife of David Ilender Miss Alice Hudson entertained her Hon. Hbniiy W'ATTkiiso.v, It f 9 new residence on Jiroadwny Tuos- son, a boy young friends Tuesday ovenimr. LoniHvilli', Ky. day. Uncle Jimmy McGuiie, wlio is 01 H. M. Ballon has oppned a stock of Mru. Fanny Meyer anil children when ft wit y My DKAitSim-Onoti- mtt MY ENTIRE STOCK AT years old, was found the other day fol- groceries in the Thompson building on of eev I Iftter from yon to a hnvo returnud from an it from homu lolng the plow with as much vigor ns n Hichinond ttreet follow up in Now York who uaiil, "I nm cral iiioiiUih in Ttxa. Hev. George O. Haines ami family Mr. 0. IS, bmith, after nlno years' youth of 10. a democrat." I liked it and wrote you a The P. H. C. C. composed of four will arrive of and begin a your let- - service, lias reined as common letter about it. You puhliflhed blind persons, gave quite an interebting, meetings at the e this nprlitK nml I trustee for tliu Danville district. Those needing adjusted Watches can get the following movements ter to that man aaln this the on Mondavi jm;. Tlie i)anville and Hurrotlehurus at prices stated: IJ. W. Raymond's $16; No. 50 Elgin S20; No.' 86 thiuk my letter to you will do for a re-night, wliioh was highly enjoyed by a, -- A rain elevator will soor. be erect-- , pentertoo, and I mako hold to publish playvd ha.se Imll here Wednesday even-i- t large Eigin S20; John C. Duber Sl4, mpden; John C. Duber snecial crowd. .e near the K. C depot. It will be $I- - Hampden. Other movements in proportion. All work neatly to you njaln and I want you to read mi?. The Danville won by 15 to i:j. The elected M.a., managed by Mr. II. A. B. Markebury 15'" a leiular customer of the it and not Kt atl ftt ll,e "ku Me ,,1(' al and promptly done. Call and see nil. ROUT. FENZEL. . tM'SOitt presnlerit at their ast and tn pjtu..ifv. nnnr i.niw.lo Hico '0,,r, ' lined $10 and costs j Baid; you. I ' meeting They deserve especial praite Tlie malingers of the Garrard Conn- Wednesday for a breach of the pence. Sta.nkokii, Kv., March 10, ISM. ' Tlio iiivctHlKutioiis oi the I. J. have for their untiring efforts to improve the ty Fair have shown tlieir good judgment Hon. Husky Wattkiiso.v, by engaging Henry Saxton's excellent' Mled to verify the rumor that Jim Kow- - building of tlie Christian church. Louisville, Ky. MIm Bessie Adams gave n lawn par- baud of Lcxluetoii to furnish tlie mu-- i of ty had been sliot and wounded in the My Dkau Sin: Without the four ' ty Wednesday evening at the home of sic. considered obtrusive, and with knobs near ParkHville, Wednesday, A number of young people were Willis Adams. Tlieir lovely yard was .Our stock of. Master Commissioner IJ. A. Burn-- ' lovo of Uod, the love of country the and lotu of love of democracy before my handsomely entertained on Weduesday brilliantly illuminated with Japanese aidesold the Wa.le H. Walker lands, ly- ldit by Mini Lizzie Hell nt the liome of lanterns and bountifully supplied with ing in upper Garrird, Wednesday. All two eyes, 1 take pleasure In dropping chain for the different tete-- tetes. Ices the proprtv brought good prices and her pa rente, Mr. ami Mrs. T. II. Hull, w horn you a few lines to let you hear of ' Movie county fanners say that some were served and after a general good was bought by tlie heirs. you may havo never heard belore. time tlie crowd dispersed, feeling much The series of meetings conducted by 1 have, been "away down south in of their wheat will be rowly to cut pellimt mules just day of this week. The greater portion better and happier for tlie sweet repast Tom C. Ijuoli eloped Wednesday evening. .We have. for some time of the evening. A largo crowd ami marked attention wf a got back glad to find that my friends ' will require several day more of Dr. J. M. Williams attended the hop given him. He will preach at the Btp- keep their democracy unspotted and shine. Friday evening and tist church next Sunday morning at 11' Mr. Htiuli Craft returnwl to his given nt your tow ftarnoevil. While theie the electric reports u delightful time. Mr. Frank o'clock. spark announced the death of Ohii. homo in McUomet City, Mib., Tuesday. Hrinkley, of Louisville, spent Sunday H. F. slaviu, chairman of the demo.Sherman. Kvery day some one would He was accompanied by Miss Florence and Monday with relatives here. A.J. cratic committee, has Mued a call for a finger to a lone chimney "Mr. Meyer, who goes to visit Mrs. Heber point his Fi-- h and T. T. Wallace, the expert fish- convention to be held next Saturday af ln plain, plaited. pulTand neglige. The best stock of Summer Un- Jack, that is one of our many inonu-- j Craft. e About 150 people attended the hop ermen, went down to fJockcastle river ternoon at the to telect del meiits to the memory of On. Sherman;, derwear in town. Scriven's Elastic Seam Drawers are the best. iprfngs Tuesday night, Inst wvek nnd returned heavily laden. egates from Garrard to the convention to ins fireH have never gone out wont for at Uiniats were present from Louisville. In- - Mr. K. T. Fish lias changed houses and bo held at Nicholas ville, July 9th. a I ng time." The Keeley Institute at Crab OrchI liko iliaiuipolU, Lexington, Stanford, Dan-it- . is now with tlie well known establish-i- n 1 reatl your letter to Uov. Hill. tut of IJobinson, Pettit A Co , Louis- ard is doini; a noble work in the interthat's why I r.m writing this. Mr. ville, etc. Mxssis. K Flaig, W. K. Argo, Frank ville. John Welch, with W II. Thomas est of humanity. The otllcers in charge Hill Is a mighty good man. I believe' A Poii, Louisville, i expected here in a are thoroughly competent and are pero( New Chrismuii, Morris Loinr. Augustus Collars, Cuffs and Half Hose. We have added a line of he has the democratic heart few days to visit homefolks. C. C. Wil- forming their duties to the entire satisto day, but Mr. Cleveland has the ers, J. M. Wallace will leave Saturday liams was legal faction of all who visit tlie institute for heart and hand of every other demo- - lor a weeks llilung about 15 miles above httsiuees. in Lehamti last week on W. fc. Jackson, of the L. A N. medical treatment. Falls of the Cumberland, cratic community in this great country the I'liilip Foley has returned from St. stopped al tlie Newcomb House SaturIt is reported that a number of and we had better not make a mistake.1 ,ur.vs w,UfrM ' day. Mrs.!. E Brooks and sou, Mrs. colored men have been arrested for a has heun intending Had we not better have nil views of the, Mary Carson and ton, all of Crab Oi ch- violation of the local option laws. They All new and the latest styles. Remember that Thomas Emmerson's iktnocrUic party to ally with Mr. allege. Mr. A. fribble and family have ard, Sons' Shoes are the best. ate attending the bedside of "Aunt reside in what is known ha "Battle How" arrived from Junction City and now My hfter wo ally? Cleveland and then Pep" Proctor, who continues quite ill. which is said to be a favorite resort for What pleased mo most was Mr. Cleve- - ae charge of the Uilcher House, Mrs. Dr. Will Brown, of Purksville, has both white and black, who are addicted t Mouday the store of Ueorge land's letter on the silver question. I1 been visiting Iter sister, Mrs. Judge to the excessive use of liquor. am kinder "agin" about that, but. Lord, Stevenson, at Atoka, five miles west of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McCoy spent Mrs. Thos. Biyd, of HichmouJ, is ,a'ri'i burned accidentally. Loss 4,600; How candid! How honest! -- tfs? 1 never had ' insured in tlte Ltna of Hartford for ?!,-a- .Sunday in the country with Mrs Will visitiuit at her father's, Mr. G. L. Hettis. I am honest, tco, but then the Washington, of Providence, Fish. Miss Xell Johnson, of Lancaster, Sam Joseph, of Cincinnati, was here this money of any kind -e- xcept "Con- ,W0. sitter of our accomplished music teacher week. Prof Gordon, of Garrard Colfederate" and I don't know anything ILL, for 41,000. cum. of Pomp Hates, convicted Mrs. BeMe Burnside, is vMting Mrs. Lila lege, has gone to Teuue:e in the inter0 about It, while Mr. Cleveland may. I, of U, Miss Hay Jones, of Middlesbo- - est of his ncliool. Miss Gracie Kinnaird. Wells and Brown wish Mr. Cleveland had given the In- - -nced to the penitentisry for life at ro, is stopping with her grandparente, w,o has bepn attendim: school at Ox t,rnalKovcmie Commissioner's place to' Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Williams. Mrs M. ford, Ohio, has returned home. AXrm Lewis tU,tt c"c,uU " some Kentuckian, but he couldn't give reversed by Appeals, O. Williams and children, after several Walker has returned from Certral Uni- and I don't intend to' ' It to everybody Has a Complete Stock of time. Pomp weeks' sojourn in Hussellville, have re-- j versity. Mrs. E. 1). Potts, of Lexington, stay mad at him about it, eve., if I did ; . turned home. Misses Boggi and Tur-le- y, is visiting tlie family of Mr. II. O. Jen nl llr.l trwl. "l, get mad at the time. Why I had my of Hichmond, are at Mrs. Will J. nirigs. Mr. Jim Leavell, of New Orleans f l,'B mmtb stuck put until you could have Sparks. Misses Moore, of Williamsburg, ii visiting Mr. S. T. Leave!!. Mis Nel . oft it for two or three years : hung a hat r.iosday Uun.y Judge Hob- - ' will be here next wtek visiting Miss j lie Johns on is visiting in Mt. Vernon. and '"r's I like Phil Thompson about that a "tJ ,"lan Mr. T. C. Peake, of Coon Your Lnreter corn pondent ten- 1",w,?1 rt.ll knows it and Phil likes me. - '.7 s.l nig w l.wky. Mr. WALL Turner Hollow, wss with his friend, Tom lies-- , ders his grateful acknowledgment of the or two things I am certain of. kind reference of the I.ntekioii to the went to ton, Sunday. m, mi t..n,ii... ,,mr., fMi.l tlii.iLM i., wuld iiut uy lus hale ' At $1 per day it will lako him death of his only brother. He has the hand for the people and fewer bad than '"" Mrs. Hebecca Tyler, mother of the ' ' "ork her out. consolation of knowing that he died great and good ...en nil the rest of us mayor, of Louisville, is doad. doing his duty and in the enjoyment of Capt. Th H. Hell, of this eouiity, together, including you and me and put was Gold to tlie amount of the conll leiice ami esteem of those un-y m know we are some if not more, nominates Hon. Cuunle Matthews, of hhippfd from New York to Europe. der whom he served as well as of all Indiana, for ou the ilutno-aAysun' Tnis is a mighty good time for George Jamison, of New Albany, who knew him He was the friend of crUic tictot. Tom says that Mr. Mat-bepod democrats to make the very drank a quart of whisky and then laid everybody iuid everybody was his friend. and a thews hasalwuyd run ahead of his ticket down and died. uw of all tlieir good sense TTu Qtlifl lin flj lrtl .if r.ll.l tf. .!tu f(- lia could m.glity bad time to make mistakes, and i Indiana and fur Ell T. tocklioufce, a tainous alliance .. . if Mr, Cleveland is not nominated, who- carry his istnte tith greater ceituiuty1 coiigrrssmnn troin south (Jaronnal uiect had never harmed ant one and that ho had never failed to befriend anyone to It suddenly at Washington. over is liad better play a gune of thlm-- I than any Other citizen thereof. would bo easy enough to subslituteeome the full extent of his ability. That b!e Willi him and get those good things Eight lives were lost by the Chicago , , . other good man for Mr. Matthews as ". . lUeiun was oniv lavint: oown 10 sieen lo from his IihiuI and "lioid fast to what be lUIIIIllll', lil91V.ll! Ul kill, 113 11ISL lUjIUUVU, awake in a Funeral servibHter land gives him." I say this for Mr. Hill, or candidate for givemor and put Mr. M. nnd 15 persons went killed. and for ces were conducted xt the residence of Mr. Anybody and they where hceau ilo more good. Mr. Hell's Mr.liorman.or Tlie little daughter of Common- -, B Tercy, of the needn't think it worth nothing either. I candidate Is well lemembered in lMn-n- wealth's Attorney fehuck was kicked to l.is father by I!ev. J. Colic, "Cnstorla Uso well adapted to children that Cafttorla cures Dlarrha-a-Constipation, Hev. . Andrew Prcsbyteiian church; Kructation, Sour Stomach, just one of the greasy multitude who ville, having graduated from Centre j deitth bv a horse at Lebanon. I recommend It as superior to auy prescription Kills Worms, gien sltvp, and promotes dl. Stout, of the Baptist church, and Eld. J. good College in Lvi7. Vrown to me " II. A. Ancnsn, M. D., does the voting, but have as much pestion. E. L. Anthonv lias been elected to --jWithout injurious medication. church, after! C. Frank, of the Chri-tia- n lit So. Oxford St., trooUjn, X. Y. ' sense as lots of hum, who goto Congress succeed Senator Hnger Q. Mills in the Tm mnwhich lie w tendeily laid to rest in the I from being a statesman. Th CcxtacrTompant, T7 Murray Street, I. Y but aui far UIldurl,r. A ' ,,,,,,.,, ww wn. Houm' fioin the IHh Texas district. cmetery beneath a fort of beautiful . , , don't menu to tell you how great u man oiiisnoiy linn ' he is a skilled nceinlih''. The British steamer laden with pe- ,, Iain, but to ca your attention to thei n,ul thorough , v understands his busU tioleiim was stitick by lightning, cnus-- j flowers furnifhod liv losing friends. number of verv small men in Con-- ! ' uj He nanus some of " The First Stp. re"rt thedibtases lie iug an explosion and the los& of 18 lives. u run aown. can't eat, can't' Prha(n Fire on tlie water front at Baltimore Iep, cun't- thmUarcr.in'l do I said, I don't know anything bus cured in and around our city: As thmtf to your mi x. C "?INE J N.MENEFKI shipping and other nropeity ' money. It has never bothered junclives, granulated sore eyes ulcerated ' T 1 T ' "1 ' 1 ' "1 1 .houldhied tharninK. jtu are taking the lir.t T T 1 C T P ou need a norv M mo and I don't Intend that it shall in cornea, strabismic, (cross eyes) catarrh, to tin value of a million of dollais. A ieii into ntriou priMiratiun. PM M y x. vs J J N v, JL V Jl ' ' J I of my happy life, polypiu of nose, ottorrhoea (purulent Louisville linn lost l,iX)J barivls of whis- - tonic ana Kiectric Hilters you win nnu tne 10 us this shady evening remeoy ior rtttorimr your ntrmui system ii. healthy condition Surprising retulit good of his coun- - discharge of ears) deafness, rinii nois-trMr. Cleveland has the X3ST l.illow the ueof this Nerv Tonic and Alterative. Year appvuu return, 50M digestion it restored and countrymen at heart and I, for ' us in ears, bronchitis mstritis, uiyspep-one- , Ducklln'a Arnica Salvo. am tne nier ana Kinne)s rrcume neaiiny act nm anxious to take him with- the sia) neiiralcia of stomach and bowels, The uiltein tlie world Inr cm, bruixt Try a bottle. rrii. so ctntt at A K ft congestion of the liver ami kidneys, con-- a :er, uki-r- , tilt rheum, fever tores, tetter, chap- drus tore. anti coinage sin sticking to liiin if it be ped lundi, chilblains, corns and all kln vrup that for nearly 00 Miputioii. hiiemorrhoids (piles), fistula, tisnf jmJ itutitively cures inlet, or 110 say reauir- - A Ltttlo Girl's Experience in a Light .. ed It i i!Uitntcu 10 Kiu periect sititucocc, o years I have been asking my lellowa to spermatorrhea, stricture, vaiieoeele, I'rico 25 cents per box Mr. and Mrs Loren remit t are keepers ol the nr money retunded. (i.iv. LiIitliou.e at Sand llcaih, Mich , and are Rovoji and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets mo for almost everything I have ine and blood troubles. These diseases Por wle by A K. Penny. Sunlard, ky. blu'ted with a daughter 4 eur old. Lat April she was taken down with measles, followed mth a and Verandah Work. done r.nd I am- a big nvernge on have been positively cured and oaes over coiigh and turm.ix mtoafeicr. Doctors Jiwl a sure as tuit weailier comes there will be goodness uud gumption If I do say M). discharged. If you am fiuflering from more or less nuwui lumwAiui tun viwiiniy nr dieadful and at noted her, but in vain; it home WZBt-A3STD any chionic trouble consult the doctor ei lw r sou and esiHWiaily Unnlui, ougut te have the crew KOriD rnintl.v uuin site was a mere Folks who have to bo washed all over some leliaMe meeicine at hand for instant use. In "handful of bones " I hen she tried Pr Kinc's bod and on his isit here. His next visit will be tne it it Mieded. A JJ or joceut bottle of Chum- NVw Discos ery .uvl after the i n of t o and a h ilf every night when thev go to The best selected tock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. onip'et'lv ai .i They say Pr, 4n beriain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhaa Keiuwly is h .tiles njairi when they pet up in the morning Tuesday, June 'Jl at Myers House. weight 'just what )mi ought tohaeand ill th.t you would King s New Disioer irrt!i its free in gold ' h i' e at A. R Office iiumI, evuti for the most severe and dangerous vt uu may sjet you a It. and then have some mud 8tickln to Xty. A HUNDRED YEARS TO COME. cs.es It is the best, the iiiot reliable and most P.umy's drug store thorn btlll, can afford to put up with Mr. surcemfut iteatinent known and is pleasant to take. Far sate by Dr. M. L. lluurna. Druggist From Dear Kale's Scrap-BooCleveland'! rumpled Hhiit bosom, if it and Optklaa, Stanierd, Ky. O here will lie the bl.li that sine. bo lumpled tlon't you think bo? ' A hundred years to come .Now Mr. Wutteraon. I wrote you thfB The lciltoliiBitoKi, clipped frnm the I't. MadiThe (lowers that now in beauty (prists, son, toisa, Democrat,-- contains information well 10th of March, lStfl, and I do on tho Mr. John Uoth, ot this A hundred years to come! worth remembering: "i city, who "set with an accident a few da) sago,think it reads better on this day of The rosy lip, th- lofty Ww, Li )P i 'il' bruising lii leg and arm uite stROYAL IIW.J 1 stiriiinltiK und W AJ The Ik art that .eats mi cnlly nowt prace, Juno 7th, lSlC', than it did then. fjiei7ifri Jtcured by cne 50 cent bottloof Cham-- ' pr ereiv, iv.u Thi remedy is without an O where villi bo lore's) learning eye, be r la mi's I'jio llalni. I want you to read it and publUli it in equal ter "praiiiand brumes and should hsea Jej's pltamnt smile anil sorrow's slgk, nlac in ecry luuehold. For sale h, Dr. .M. L. the C.-- and I believe you and your A hundred reais to ct.me? ltouru, Druggist and (Jptliuti, Stanford, Ky. reader will be kIiuI to find that eonie Who'll press for gold the crawdod street. s old fellows who tlaht the cloil.s, Refroehlntr Rotroata. A hundred years to come? think. Yoiuire a thoughtful man Who'll tread you church with willing feet, Su timer da)sare fast approach lug nnd now is and the time that oicursloulsit, nlturo-teekeA hundred years to tome? andl aak you not to forget the mattes. should huuroout n route for tlieir um- ntxTtfiw'-rfev 2& j Pule, trumlilln age and fiery youth, In ilolng so. the dttighlfully cool go wrong at Cliicago. Anyhow, don't iiier vacnliiw. And chililhoiil iltu its brow of truth, i summer ami fishing resorts located along the to view, amoinr tlie time for personal resentThis is not mm Central I.Iiiih .oiiie ivldly The rich and poor on laud and kj, Muck-which ttr I'" Luke,, III Lake Villa, III. Uiuipa-c- I ment. Your good friend, Where will the uuglity millions be, i tina, Waukesha, tiilar Luke, Neenah, -, n-a- Stanfoiu, Kv. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Mr. V. G. Diiii1h NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. itbst-iic- to-da- y bt-ho- ( REDUCED RATES. court-hous- ovon-coucert- nt 1 court-hous- e ,,.,,,,, . J i i YOU SHOULD bc-iii- SEE , l a i Gents' Furnishing Goods. Fri-Uixt- u ' -- bitu-sti- ll . j 11 , EVERYTHIN G IN SHIRTS, I j court-hous- j ELEGERT LIRE RECKW.EEK, Ho-Yo- rk j I nii-h- Mc-Ciur- e. how-brave- ! : -- ny - WljMDBEHTX, "' "fJ' ? "n, I Druggist' and Jeweler, "f '" " " , , '",'1 't ?' nm-anvice-preside- '' U' -- . DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, Tu"r PAPER, I vice-preside- h st I 11 - ', - i . I Infants Children. ui i . , j I , Con-abo- ut .1115 ed ' j bt I 1 fT -- I I L 1 1 I 1 m y DEALERS - J bt SBSH, DOORS. ERD BLINDS. WOVKNT E - j uter-forgtv- 1 j - 111 P.-tro- - i j and Yard Depot Slrcct. ... SLAT PH!2rC2s. Stanford, i j i I -' - I f ""iu!.'v-- ". - Inc 1 1 $ 1 ls m , I Mr - i?PAW Wffiffi' Rfe some-time- ri n Wii-c- . IIatpv Jack. A hundred years to some you.Gov, McCreary and tho Democratic Committeo? Stanford, Juno P. S. What does that hateful picturo mean that aorno fellow put in u paper of H.J. 11. Senator Aldrich has been from Rhode Island. We all within our gravis will steep, A hundred year to comet No living soul for ui shall weep, A hundred years to cornel Hut other men our lands u ill till, And others then our streets will fill, While other birds will sin as gay, As bright the sunshine as A huutlred years to come! y, Flliebl Itctteriuit and Ashland, VI. Wiscoti. within the lust five yeun becuine the een'er nfutlraclion lor nioro pleasure neukers hunters a'.d rishermen than any other Mate in tho Unluii ..nd wich vb.it incriiaeci the desire to agiilti 10 the chnrmiiiit landicapin, brwitho the balsam fragrance that is n part 01 the InvUoratltii; utmosphere, un tier through the coloiltudus of stately pines and hunk tho l)ecklcl thMutles with a hand mado tly. Highest ol A Cream of Tarter Baking Powder p'or pamphlcU containing valiuhle information, all in leavening strength Latest United State T". S. J AT I'Y, I). I. Am ailly to Cos eminent lleport. eia. Oaltanoojra. Tenn. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., J AS C. POND, General raisengcrand Ticlet' 106 Wall iirt-ttNew York. Agent, Chteago, ill. sill lis m0 POWDER Absolutely Pure , . m THEBESTiSTHEOiEflPESTflllg pm . more space than any Paint mixLION PAINT will cover one-hal- f is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Accept no substi' ed by hand and ., tute. Good Agents wanted. Manufactured by LION PAINT & COLOR WORKS, LEXINGTON, KY., A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. . & .,-- m imim l in. wnymim iwJBiUM !'' in i iwjiilN I i it The contract to build a new jail at Georgetown was awarded a St. Louis firm at 511,300. By the Riving away of the bridge beJune 17. 1892 tween Covington and Newport, 23 perStanford, Ky., sons were killed. A bill has been passed to prevent W. F cars pulled by only one horsa to run in Washington City -- The Ohio democracy commended ; Qrover C'evelnnd and sent a delegation 8lronR1y ior l,imw,li,eout8wi,n,n,nB Sunday, John A JLlUrJLllJ U Whitehouse, a popular young man of Hawesville was drowned. The Manufacturer's Building at the World's Fair grounds was damaged to the extent of 0,000 by n storm. Hon. Herschel Goodnight was renominated for Congress for the Third district by acclamation at Glasgow. On Fridays. Of six delegates elected by district meetings in Ohio, two are for Cleveland, Ahkvnss elected Cleveland delegates two for Hill nnd the others iiueommit-ted- . to Chicago, but did not instruct themi The convention also nominated V. P. Frank Adams, of Brownsburg, Iud., Fishback for governor. If the desire to was killed by his friend and neighbor, have Cleveland nominated is a"craze," as Benjamin Wing. The trouble arose Henri Watterson terms it, the people cf over Adams' removing a fence. At themeetingof the representatives the United States are the craziest lot er er known. It is an uprising for houest of the National league base ball clubs in and economic government such as was New York, it was decided to make the never known. Jf the majority rule pre- team limit 13 men after July 2. The pension bill, ns reported to the vailed in the democratic ns in the conventions, Mr. Cleveland Senate is increased 511,912,2S4 over the would be nominated on the first ballot, amount appropriated by the House and if in fact he does not get the necessary exceeds the bill of last year by 511,123,-5Gtwo thirds vote even on that. Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouknal -P- reaching by Rev. B. Helm at Mt Xenla Sunday at oj p. M. and Rowlaud at 8 p. M. same evening. About S00 members, nearly the e congregation, of St. Stanislaus church en-lir- , WALTON. THE in Cleveland, Ohio, havo been excommunicated by Bishop Horstmann. until they stiull make pubiic confessian of for engaging in a factional quarrel that resulted in a riot. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. fore enabled to offer extra inducements. Of Bargains, we never are, as our buyer is continually en se quantities of goods which he bought at a low price shipping us and we are there- m-- m I J 3 AM - PrllPliR l' CHOICE. SIX PAGES. repub-publica- n 5. not t00 luuuh puilfsiltlieIlt for a person coavictecl of running B Kambling estab- j;enmen -- At Orland, Pa., an express tram l'ded with a shifting engine on theNorth "The Latest Novelty.' Pennsylvania road. One trainman was k,llei1' two other3 scalJed ani1 nine P38 HUBBLE. "enge hrt- ...-- , C., G -- A freight train on A girl at Wesley Sutton's. L- wnt through a trestle near Cumber- John McCarley has taken a relapse DEATH'S; DOINGS land Gap, demolishing the train and of rheumatism. Will Swope, of McCreary has anLouisville Post, trestle, killing two men, wounding four Death Nat all Editor Fi.nlev, of the ' other fine boy at his house. who attended the republican convention, and producing a pecuniary loss of it comes to the People think the wheat crop fair in so. When the writer last saw Mit most emphatically that oft repeat-- ' 030. (Late Alexander's Hotel.) Kentucky's timber of the nine this locnlitv and little more smut dis KHza Kunnedy she was the picture of ed storv that Col. V. O. Bradley was not . , : AND : iMSgQyjSg. U iu his support of Harrison. Any rieties to be represented at the World's covered than usual. health and happine-,?but now all that n Mr. J. E. Bruce was in our section win mortal is no more. Handsome, ac- "body who knows the colonel could have Fair is worth in good hard money Rates $2.10 Per Da v. the lie to the statement, but it is! 000,000, an amount equal to four fifths last week buying butcher stuff for his complied. ,H,pnlar and friendly, Ml Cor. Jefferson. Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Iloinc- . missed by her large circle . well enough for Judge Finley to empha-- ' of the entire taxable property of the mountain trade at 2jc. LotllSVllle, Ivy. Mrs. S. Dunbar has been right sick of friends and it will be with a leep size the absurdity of the story. Col. State. . ... : A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, The daily mortality from cholera at for a few days. Lasley Carter is (bought pang of grief that this announcement of R. LOGAN, Bradley has been unswerving in his sup-- , Mesheda, Persia, is now 400. The strict to be improving and it is to be hoped he Iter death is read. She was a daughter; j J. J. Marshall, clerks. port of Harrison. Manager. est sanitary regulations have been es- - will recover. of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Kennedy nnd was The report comes from New York that tablished and the Ameer threatens to While out driving Sunday evening a lovable girl in every particular, the the Tammany leaders will go to Cleye-- ' behead anyone who does not comply-land- , Mr. Loyd Bourue and Miss Annie Un- pride of her' parent; the joy of her if they find after one ballot that wjtn thein. derwood were thrown from their buggy home. Miss Ken tied v was in her 2i'd is the choice of the convention. If he The Court of Api,eng decided in but both escaped without serious injury. year and was the eldest of a most haj- ' Filty pairs Ladies' Custom Made this be true, and they are in earnest, ti,e case 0f Harbor, sentenced to the C. P. Underwood has become a fine py family.. TIih cause of her death was ex- -' Tammany will cast its vote for the penitentiary for one year and to pay a surgeon. Last wetstc Having a call to heart trouble ami her illncts was of president, but it is a curious laeniiai ey- - aaG 0f 500 for keeping a gambling choke on an apple, he tried to alleviate short duration. The funeral services ery presidential candidate Tammany has houge nt Richmond, that the law is good the animal bp pressing it down with his by Hev. W. W. Bruce took place at the supported for years has been defeated. aml he must Imy up buggy whip, which failed. He next residence at 3:30 yesterday afternoon afAt Arkansas City, Kansas, J. A. Me- - took the ax and hammer And ter which a large number of friends ac- Hroken sizes, all of the bot nukes reduced from 53.50 per pair to Pnrmftplf ntnul Tl C Tamoc tl Imfl tvitll tin. nv l.lnn. tda annU at.ili.t W If? ti companied s the remains to the Huston-vill- e ' tie socklees statesman, was renominated his wife. He fired one shot at Jones the hammer, bursting' " so as to allow reduced from 15 '3c per yard to ioc;Dress Chambiay re it cemetery where they were laid to for Concrcssin the 7th Kansas district and duced from 15c yard to loc. 36 inch Cotton Serge from iCKc yard then began to curse him. Both the littlo sufferer to swallow it, at once rest. enthusiastic convention and by n ve;y to 10c. parties began firing and as a conse- relieving it. IS is believed that the democrats will enTo Delinquent. lv2TThcsc goods must go in the next 30 days, so call at once and quence both are now dead. dorse the action. Jerry is an Alliance It is against our custom and contrary secure your share of the bargains. A tornado struck Chicago, badly FACTS FOR FARMERS. man and therefore preferable to a to our desire to ask our patrons for damaging the democratic wigwam and as he frequently votes with the Onk of our progressive horticultur- money through the paper, but remitseveral other buildings. Two persons d mocrats. are known to have been killed, live or ists advises fruit growers to dip their- tances are so slow and our need of trees, root nnd branch, in disinfectTiie delegates are arriving at Chicago six fatally injured and it is feared that ing liquids before planting them. If money so great that we are forced to that everyone who owes us will setnnd thev are ceneinlly for Cleveland. three men were drowned on Lake Mich- - this were universally done ho claims tle at once. If your label does not read that the ravages of many kinds of The prediction is made that there will igan. Fourteen of the crew of the United diseases nnd insects would be much re-- I lljtinetti' you are in arrears and should be uo serious opposition to him. Cleve-- 1 send us the amount due to date with a land with Boies, Gray, Scliotieldor Mor- - States cruiser.JBoston, were killed by an duced. Some fnrmcrs change their methods year's pay in advance. This mean, you a team that would explosion in the shell house of the rison would make of work and their crops too often. It and everyone in arrears. We need the J make the Harrison and Beid entry a magazine at the Mare Island navy yard. takes some time to become thoroughly money. GM During the year $j2 I The men were er gaged in preparing) acquainted with the growing of a cer--, shall keep constantly on very tame one. hand a full and complete lT&shells for the war ship at the time of the tain crop on each particular farm, and stock of : CHATS ABOUT Mtn. Emmett Looak has bten before the accident. soon ns this information to discurd it as smelling committee of the Legislature, At Imperial, Pa., Mrs. Jules Leroy has been obtained is to lose the benefit Rev. O. .AL Fisher, of Walpole, X. II., but it doesn't know any more now "who attempted to hurry breakfast by pour-- ; of the past experience. who received by will tho whole eitato of A v.WiiKTY of stock calls for a variety writ that measly piece" in the Times tag coal oil on the fire which she nn Miss Agnes Penbody, of Cambridge, has than before. The long locust starting. An explosion followed in of food. I' ceding corn exclusively to waived his claim for 20,000. about it by which she was badly burned Two of all classes of stock is extra vugant, even from Bull Skin can't be It is rr luted that when B'ii Butler, in when corn is cheap, as it may not satany such a tea party as that at Frank- her children were also burned, one dying isfy the requir nents of the animals. the dnyr of his youth, was clmo '1 arlier My stock of fort. from the effects. The best results are obtained from u in n Maine village his jtet "swear word" The trial has opened nt St. I'olten, variety of food, us it supplies all neces- was. "By the great Guinphramaog!' lm n :uull who THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Jerry Sinip-o- n Australia, of a woman accused of levying sities, nnd, as a consequence, cheapens g in his Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure hns to stand no end of the cost. mv customers of The subject of removing the capitol blackmail on 10 residents of the town, Fon the information of those who school in Washington, whereall the boys prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas whom she charged with having immoral havo never made a stnlwberry bed it cnll him "HavM-ed.again sprung up in thp legislature. He iays, though, DALTon baa in charge. A. R. PENNY. , The election bill was passed by the relations with her daughter, aged 13 may be mentioned that no old plants that he doesn't mind it a bit. the House, years. Eleven divorce cases have al- - should be set out. oelcct young plants, The original numu'cript of the "Book State Senate as it came from which may be known by their white of Mormon" N now in one of the banks The governor has signed the bill to ready risen out of the proceedings, The British steamer, Petrolia, which roots. Old plants have dark roots. at Richmond, Ray county, Mo., in cusprevent "ringing" at country fairs and left Philadelphia May 20 with a full car- -' Young plants will grow singly nnd tody of .J. D, Whitner, n untight and on other race tracks. throw out runners later on, completely apparently nonpolygninous Mormon. Col. Adams introduced a petition pof crude petroleum, was struck by) matting the rows. n The Alford prize, oiluied by the near the harbor of Blaye, in fr:n citizens of Casey asking the repeal lightning The steamer es.Military institute for tho France. exploded nnd was ' T:ijo Worm In Sheep. ol the local option law. Thediseuso in sheep which is marked say on Thomas Jefferson, was won by Both HouseB have passed the cumj completely .destroyed by fire with eev-- l by a rigidity of the muscles of the neck, Archibald Stuart, n nephew of the Conbersome election bill and the governor's eral smaller crafts. Eighteen lives were by which the head is drawn back to l08t the federate cavalry leader, General J. E. IJ. j B guature will make it the law. shoulder, and by the eyes glaring, giddi Stuart. mo pansn cunrcnni .Menas, tpain. ness nnd general stillness of the limbs, A bill to abolish ttie insurance oureau Senator Stanford contemplates giving has been introduced in the nouse. it mi'ruc uy ugnining, ju worshipers Is tUle to ti,e presence of the larvio of his Nob Hill residence in San Francisco oeuiKinsuinuy uiueu ami s nnuiy in-- tape worms in the brain. It is known to the 6tnte to be converted into free i claimed that it costs SoO.tXW a year and an equivalent for value jured. At Mucientes, also in Spain, the among shepherds ns "gid," or "turn- - public library, while his country houe djes not render parish church was struck and five per side," from some of the sheep turning near Palo Alto is to become the resi received. And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have sonH were killed, while 10 were seriously nround in a circle, the neck being bent dence of tho president of tho Stanford NEWSY NOTES. injured. Gieat damage was done by the stitllv in one direction, until they die. university. This disease is described in Stewart Mr. Paul Du Chnillu, the pioneer Afstorm throughout the kingdom. bhepherd's Mnnual and its proper treat- rican traveler, was born in Loiifdnnu; Two negroes were burned to death The noted case against Stephen A. ment explained. It is difficult to treat, his father was n trader in the French in Anderson county. Uyan, the Atlanta merchant, who has but more easy to prevent. The sheep colony of Gambia, on tho west Africnn California has been shaken up by been in jail since November for failure contract the disease by swallowing tho coast. Young Du Chnillu went there ns earthquakes some more. eggs of tape worms, which arc dropped a child and picked up the lnuguago and of freight to turnover money that the court order-- : by The National Convention All Styles and Colors of doz u;un tho grass: the immature ed him to do after his failure, has been worms find their way to tho brain, where studied tho birds and beasts. agents is in bession in Louisville. Von Moltlco had 11 great antipathy to Col. Dudley M. Hayden, a promi- compromised by tho court permitting they form cysts, or bladders, in which the secured and unsecured creditors to the young worms exisU These press tho wearing of fino apparel. It is renent citizen of Louisville, is dead. divide the 517.J.000 between them. By- -' upon tho brain nnd produce the general lated that once, when ho attended a Eighteen persons were prostrated by nervous pni'alysis.. When tho sheep die meeting of tho Order of St. John, as tho heatio New York City, Monday, and on is still in jail however. the dogs eat them and thus becorao servant holped him off with his overcoat Tho State Senate declined to accept Infested again with tho par.i ites. which ho 'W113 discovered to bo in his shirt four died. Galva, IU., wassweptby a cyclone tne suggestion 01 me uevisory uommis- - mature in tho dogs' intestines. Home-Spun- s. Tho sleeves. TJis dress coat hung forgotten iu his bedroom. persons are reported to have sion separating tho Insurance Depart- remedy Is obvious. Tarmer's Voico and several ' Tho new Chilean minister, Albert inont from the Auditor's Department been killed. 3D. E. McCue, and giving tho governor tho appoint-- 1 Blest Gana, is not n stranger in WashDR. At.Covingtou, .Misa Minnie ington. Ho represented Chili in this mind, starved her- ment of the commissioner. The salary SHULTON HOUSE, n woman of unsound country in 1870. From "Washington ho of tho comuiifbioner, paid by tho inself to death. to : : Kentucky. was transferred to Paris, whero ho surance companies, was reduced from Rowland, Theodore Fogle is in served as minister Franco for sevenOffice hourt 7 to g a. m and 5 to 9 p. m. mother-in-lain $1,000 to S2.500, and that of his chief teen yenrs. Senor Gana is about fifty for killiug his in deputy from $2,000 to Sl,500. venra of ageBullitt county. if .1 presiuenua. umuer. recognizing that he has never met defeat . in mssiaie are ramus iuuuij iui v.-uSchoQeld for president, while Morrison, Palmer, Fuller and others have large An attempt will be made by his enemies to prevent the nomina- tion of Mr. Cleveland on the first ballot by complimenting favorite sons, but it becins to look like even that game will not succeed. The people want Grover. 1 I Illinois seems . 10 nave a r. . ..., MMa fft ff tMiAlrt lna UCL1UCU 1UC VUUIl VI .IUlir.013 UUS ilaniiinil surplus " that gjoo fine aml disfranchisement re iIahii ilniTinnrniff -" a If' j J, John Hill bought of Ben Johnson cattle nt 2jc. head of 3 year-olJ. B. Gentry's mare, Mattie Kenney, was left at the post Monday at Latonia and thus a good mare was knocked out of a chance to win a victory. William Moreland bought of Will Tucker a lot of yearling steers at $2o; of B. F. Robinson 213 lambs at oh of t N. Prewitta lot of same nteame price. J. E. Carson bought of Dr. Steele Bailey, for S. II. Godman, of Indiana, 10 Jersey heifers. The price paid is private, but it was n very fancy one. The sod and grasses for the Kentucky exhibit at the World's Fair are to be taken from those localities iu the State, famous in history as the homo of or birthplace of Lincoln, Clay, Gov. Shelby, Jetleraon Davis and others. B. F. Robinson bought of John Lynn GO lambs averaging SO pounds with only two lambs out; Joshua Jones 10 that averaged 72 pounds; Mrs. Tucker 30 Iambs averaging 71 pounds, also lot of butcher cattle from Wood & Baker, 1,150 nt 2.So. A grav horse 42 vears of age is owned by Johu McCarthy, of Chicago. The old fellow's teeth were recently operated on by the vetinary dentist, Geo. R. Logan, who says the ancient equine is nble to eat hard food as well as ever. Such cases are extremelv rare. 10 d your interest to buy where your money ivillgo the furthest By examining the bargains which we will mention below you willseesuoha Course it will to w To interest you as to malie you buy. Prick's Light Colors $ Men's all wool Suits. .Men's s 00 50 --- extra fine wool Suits, Sack and Frock , '.... , Men's Grey Cheviot Suits Hoys' fine suit, light colors, all wool Hoys' Checked Cheviot Suits Child's Knee Pants Suits, all wool, Light Colors Childs' Cassimere Suits, Dane Shades Childs Cloth Suits .i.;.f ....;.., ;;'. , , ,q , - $ q 5 $ ; . ..v 00 Qr 3 qq $ , 50 ANOTHER LOT OF STRAW HATS NOW IN "Every one a Bargain." KENT'S FAN6Y VESTS, DOUBLE BR WD - - $1.50 THE LOUISVILLE STORE. il'Hiy ittv $MQyATD f , i $100,-deni- es vn-str- r.?rsTHE WILLARD. , flOO,-give- j - The Bottom Knocked Out j I Siioes M.75-Sateen-- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. in-fei- st j , j A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER s j ra - j i ' ' bull-doze- d Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, V ' WATCHES, CJCOCKS & tea.-in- JEWEI.RV Vir-gini- ' let SPRING CLOTHING IS ! , 1 11 OUR STOCK COMPLETE ' ! Ever Seen in Stanford. Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. - ...,, w PROCTOR, 30- -j - M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. -- v. 0 HOMEMADE COMFORT. Rfrrlcmlil Awnings Mtiilo at an Kxpenia (if n Vrw lloiisrliiilil. Cent. Spending tlio nummer recently in a No woman nowadays with a flnc feelfarmhouse In tho country, wo found ing for housewifery can allow herself tho n use n co of to be without a cocoa sot. Though sho wooden blinds herself may care less than nothing for or shut tors a the cup which not only cheers without Pa h very horlous inebriating but nourishes the drinker, v o niunco sho Is certain to cure fur the due and when the Run deeorntlvo plenishing of Iter china renelictt Its closet and hor breakfast table, to both point in tho of which the cocoa sot Isu mighty pretty liemens. It was addition. in-c111 jLfli-e- st An THE COCOA SET. Indispensable Neceiwlty In I'tery SOME Well-UrguUt- VALUABLE anil Correctly. Oootl HINTS. Quickly, tlatlly Bow to Cut Ores Every woman knows that ruffles, folds, facings, lie, stand, sit much better when cut on tho cross, notwithstanding it is her habit to cut than straight a habit born of tho belief j "'-- N Mm fp'iSMra i ' ''V fWiffl TKAM Stationary, Semi-Portable MNiGrlrJIBS AND 3 vL - STEEL BOILERS, Upright and IIorizont.il. and Portable. All power. 3izes up to Uncqualed in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. 26-hor- fT 1 ? X a Serv.'" aal.J-- if S$ . ' nr.' 1 "Si Write for Free Illustrated PampleU ind your want to .txmtfi " decided to socle out of tho dlfHcnlty by construct-homemade awningi. A frame ua made of latlm and short screws, on the plan shown in the HIui- tratlon, anil covered with striped awning cloth. This cloth happened to bo of n n wny --- SS3BSSESS L i .Jggrss- - IjSgC - ' t 53 t It fc'l l side the compassing of unprofessional shears. .." Therein she Is all wrong There arc Bk twenty quick nnd easy ways to do It. Ai. IJXZWW )JLS ' Tho main thing is to set about it right. ffi iTlQZl& "ii t'VV&l VjUwTsJM-KC- r ucroEs A perfect bias runs diagonally 'uxupit lwj thcWu, rk ll.ryliadonll'n'iont 15.1XX) dallV Cir the squares made by warp and woof. Here Is the way to cut It from soft or mentand a lavish It has orer SCO HO. Tills was obtained culation expenditure of money. What the proprietor of the A. '. VeriJ has accomplished we feel confithin stutT silk, cropo, cashmere, ehallie dent ol dome ouisclvrs. We hae a larce capital to draw upon, and the linniUome premium ' and their like. we arc civiig you will certainly cie us the largest circulation ot any paper in the world. The money we arc spen ling now amone our subscribers will soon come back to us In increased cirLay an end of stuff, cut squaraly culation and advertisements. The Crayon Portrait we will have made for you will bo executed across, tlat on table or and hi- the larpi-s-t association of artists In this city. Their wotk is among the finest made, nnd wo just the right width to cover the top piiiirsmli-ou an nrtistic I'ortra t and a perfect likeness to the original. There Is nothing bogin folding as In Klg I lie sure the if.i re ic'ul as well as ornamental than a handsome framed Crayon Portrait of yourself or anv and front of the frame. The triangular folded selvedge lies straight with the member nf sour family, therefore this Is a chance In a Itfetirrfc to get one ulready framed side pieces were cut from one length of and read) to hang in our parlor absolutely frco of clinrtfe. Keep folding orer anil woof thread oloth, thus ccommiL.ing material. over along the dotted Hues, taking caro BEAD TE3 FOLLOWING GRAND 30 DAYS' 0PS3R: The coerings were tacked on with not to wrinkle life inner folds and alSend us $ t 50, rrtre fnr one vear subscription to " Xorth American Homes," and send us also tinned taoks, as these are lewt likely to ways keeping Mlvdge straight with n photograph, tinupe cr of yourself or any member of your farnly, livinjj or c ".ead, and wc will make sou irom same an rust than others; and the awning, comhalf llfp cli Crayon Portrait, nnd rttthc woof. Continue till all your trimming Portrait In a cod subsuntial pllt nr Ijrotiro frnmo of " Inch moulding absolutely pleted, was fastened with small wiro is in a long tlat fold as In Tig. 2. stuff iri-oi cnarRoj wiii aiso lurnisu nails to tho inside of the window-casingjwu a genuine renrh plcss, boxing And now double over the point and rnckinir Mine lrri ait cxiiensr. Cutr1 WiiMnrrnwrnr"!.-)-;- : in tho manner shown in tho ntan e.net right tingle to tin sides, ami this out and send It with vour nhot A cocoa srr. cut. Cvr.!-..TZir5l"'&V'C?- - ".kl"?. praph nt once, alw) vour subscription. cut It off. along tho folils. to have a per,"' r m took about "two yard of cloth for .hfch -ou can remit bv . Dralt.v P. O. It Jat.u T Ljrart r U to add three mnro fectly square ond. Then la. upon the urucr. pretty Monev irncr. nitl eaeh window, rind tho entire cost. In- cups variant ontllno, but differing long fold a eardltoard iiuaure, tho m- Pnrn1 Vr.. " AunrarsuA(;aii?AT'V3iVA jyMjf7rt4i?B mv-iin. t"ir' ' '' "' " of tho salue cluding frame nnd screws, was about width your trimming must be. Mark NORTH AMERICAN HOMES PUBLISHING CO., in color. twenty-eigh- t cents for each window. publishers. Rev. T. Dew tt Talmadge, Itvfcrencea Any IVoplo who find eocxu mado with Its depth in the cloth with a crayon, ns UUUU Rnilliin DlMUlllg, nt!M 1UI&. The reaulls ware so satisfactory that milk too heavy and cloying for their shown by dotted lines in Pig. 2. Slip it all mercantile agcncicsaad backs In .New York City. wo should have preferred awnings in will porlmps be glad to know For Character of Work werefer to the editor of the Interior Journal. hot weather, even though tho house had stomachs using wune vluble eooon In been provided with blinds since the that by lM)iling water. 5ml wetting tho oocki to n smooth uiaos ami then adding tho It . a wiih ti , ui s ibr , . i. dirr life" in lie water, they may have a delicious bevmii,i talent, ride a A Specialist with a State RepuIf a erage, wonderfully rufreshlng. tation for Curing Obscure COLUMBIA OR HARTF0ED spoonful of whipped cream bo laid on Chronic Diseases. Ailing the waver and each cup after BICYCLE smoothness will be ieretly brought up and mark again repeating till there is n mark for cneh Idas breadth reThe to nenl quired. Then, with the sharpest of JitkjuldtluniMa it ton wvll kiiown Hmtforil ui aii 1 r uci.irin. iilal'n it not W 'nrHi-shears, cut through the folded cloth niuM ! DEATH ,rlEnSETs: i lit itn t "t PncuBiIK Tir for wc nlong mark If you have done 'iTOUl1 """n .linmllM nnil Otlier IIUMMH lroil uceil lijr your work properly, each section will ' Tint, t Ha,, JTU - I bias. If WE SUPPLY EYERYTHIIIC NEEDED INv'.iPAl- u raj TIH KIIV -- rr 1tTrA case Inundkv due to inovnblo unfold a straight nod seemly s XhJfAr!tzT&ftw kidney ha ofrecently beon wporte.! by the marks have not boon made at a perCGNNECTIOH.YITH BICYGLIHC. fect right angle to the odgos Uie result Dr. U Idle, a physlclau u (iuy's lioapi-ta1 lrl- Figure H irp Irinjf. Write u r . n )unccd London, which thrown aoaw Hglit will be as shown in a To prevent such nuachunco. unfold all) thing. ujwn the faot long sjro obaervwl Uiat it shows the piece jaundiee and gallstme oecnr much tho end profile, tlr&tcut. If end perfectly G. M. AI.L.KSON trim the zigng r nirtn frwiuentli" In women Umiii In mon, square before laying on the pasteboard 448 WeetMnin Street, pecudly In women who aro adand measure. dicted to tight Indng In Dr. Whlto's KY. While folding let the stuff Ho flat on LOUISVILLE, blinds, whan closed, shut out tho light case the rlifht Irfdney waa uiowblo, nnd Iw produced the table. This method is especially to Um lntorlor gloimy, whllo and nulla he boiioved the jaundice to be awnings admit an abundance of oheor-fu- l by tliB prttMMiro of the kidney upon tho as recommended for softItgivey cloth once properly folded oannot pull dolloet tho heat vorj gall duct- - In his account of tho onso ht and yet 0? UECOBPOBATSHL ALL HH 87 18W or stretch ns it does when cut single. I)r White quote f.u:nlau a tmylng satlffKtorily. The fold may be any width preferred A wry original and uncommon awnli-that jaunilicejs inure mimon In women i. . I'd .. riuri. II. J C .. Ktt.. i . n . ri :. liaytUn, hih) M.iale thmli' 'i'k.i . CnUi;. Svfam r.ennt- C. Wahtlor. ing emi 1m constructed without the use with movable right kidney than In the wider the fewer thicknesses yon miUj.W .Mcatier.J n ,ier, s iif,clotii. Secure iirinly to the window otlicrK That the right kidney is fret.kitil.rr In urdvr t,t lurm curporatkw 11 rs.uint ' a .Ms Bride, W. T. Oraut, W. J. Wilson caning h framework of lath, similar to quently inornate In women who are adti. Chantri 5611! tb tl.erulSlatutof K: luikt ' and Thoinaa Walaer, luu a(ociHted and biconu ! ' i ' i 1 'I he name ,if tlic curiwrathm kkall lie "Stan incorporatsd piumant 10 the proiton of Chapti r tho iino already represent d. but with dicted to tight lacing Is. wr think, fully fiird Water, l.uht. I.lalil and Ice Crnpii."ad " 56 nt ihu tlenora. biatuteml KentncKV. s ' by tho suttbrtkn which wu i an additional number hf pla. of hutincK hll b5 thr at) "'1 I he nuaeol the torpnratlun thus n,rmrl la ihc eatablislted it prii.cittfl ... APPLEMAN M. D., ' Thf tiritiLln.il J. t.f ,L.. ..! M lonl, Ntotic. ' Meantime have collected and published upon ibis ..t.i, uiMin thw top and sides. I'hv Knml nam re ef the bunlnrm tub ' pj,ceof ininctniK tlio bnslnetsof said sorpora-ha1. nnd enriched aubjesu We found mobility of tho plant, in bo the con- Inmurlnl Its Ills eiHlHMtlon on ,hall be Crb Urchurd, Liacoln count), Ky , THF CULF.IJRATCD Uie kiiurimii tuiiiimiKi jncl oiimlltm uf a rvftem with a brunch utllce in tht- tit) ot L.mnvilie, nv soil ltokiw, the seeds of some quickly right kidney In nearly f Waif Work- - for Mi.iilm water to the city f v;vniiil itatuie of the buslncs to be tram Th growing nnd luxuriant vine, llko tho adult women w ho hod been addicted to will htivc to cut through. . Hut tin oar. tHnfutl and trie !.. Kilatid nail to thwr anitartum lor the rectp acted ulial! be thaiol maUienaiise atwl morning glory or the nasturtium. As tight lacing. In two hundred women your Imiul is very haUtaoM, Bl It ih bot to 01 ei iHiiula the co.,MriiitHin, Lishtt fur up tlwn ol patiinil siilfenns fiwi diean-- menial or Htett'lf jieui,if r.lectnc and to nr both, Incliidlnt; pationts suturing from tho riiies grow, they should bo trained w ho were tnref ully exntulacd upon this nmko it just wide enoupli to out plying Ht!l thslr 'd city and lin alcoholiim tue opium habit d other similar Fonntrly l'roiessor of Practice of Medicine, up the aides of the window until they point- - It not surpriaiug that so much throu'h at one stroke of the shear, and lli" manufacture and al of aitifi- and any bunnes incidcntul to or proprrly hotel and for pracreach the lattice work, when they will mischief reaulta from the common (if the corpiira- - councstcd ihewsith; of the re aiitlMinwd Ljpii.d nock thus uvoidinfj the cluitice of n rough or thcrs. iccomnMidation 4 Electrical Medical College, for the .......... quickly preadout nnd completely oorer tice of wearing the clothing tight plnce in tho cut etifrus. linnshiill Scons hundred thummnd Uol'ar, ilittd ..I ,l.u apitai 6tH.k aiitnorizcti '... , TORONTO, CANAbA, cd intvlwrr of tin j dalUnvash, but the Compa-- -' t,rc, nilll0roj thoumnd doll us, divided into h.t:f Dnnnell, in Youth's nltout the waist; the only marvel b that the frame. Webb I'or heavy sttilTs, cloth, velvet nnd nyma l.ln bui.s l.en as much as twentsf olle hundred dollar cash payable nt otice, nnd mischief does not follow Companion. still Now Examining Physician of the .. ..1 ..,.l... r..nt, ii.tunlt-i-l u. ill be ihciikiiiid ilolLrs vt the capital ttock is un-- ........ 1... on your motto must ho: 'DivideaiHl t,.fii. cubfed, and 1.0 mock thali bs' iued at les than . this pernicious practice- - The kidney Is to by iheMlti and tr.insfer to the Compu- coiHiior " To tvxplitin Cut the lcntrth lit yr saluvnd except lor tuoiiey actually jwid ny ol ,n teal estate .li.u p,rsonai jiruvtriy Lin WOMAN AT HER BEST. th Southern Medical Institute, displtwKHl and rendered tnorable in conuutWet valiiu actually iu(iiirv: hy fours or tt mu inultiplo in, r for pioptrty nt it iircr.ara coln county . noviu as the sequence of compression of tho liver, tJieroof Suy, for example, you need applied to te uthonsl purposesof propsrty, and the proprietary njhts of Kufus K. Sulil to Ilo JIutt PiKKliitMiis .liut Aftrr I.OUISVILLK, KY. and accepted at for tha CeorgeC. Webster, h rack A Mcllndeaod which would doubtloa suffer far more fight lireailths; first cut nil eud nf your Ha corpuraum, or Snhsilabor donefor ktock thallbe Ilrr ThlrtMfi tJIrth.Uy. riptiont arkrt valiii'. A'ndrew Ditnntngtnn in and to the aKeiicslor the tho sale and adminittration of Dr. Ltrslie E Keeley s Will be Tues Ail artist, an author ani a society than It does a Uie result of abuse, Huff ti ti true bias, which ih u start of paid at nu h limes and in inch installment deteiniuie. tur the ol 21st. woman rooently oomparel thulr views were it not for the remarkable recuper- iS deiee. or half a rijrht ne.rle. then J IloardThePiles l,.r inu shall begin busiiivsa on the double Chloride of Gold rouiedies, in and b) cer sorporatl-and 5. of Kctitucky, upon tho period In life when n woman ative property possessed by this Inter- innnsute the wliolo eiht breHdUis down will dv "f April iK, anil continue eiteiise fclatewritten contracturantcd to them as pariipiof From 9 a m to r p. m one day only, returning tbem every four weeks during the ) sar K Kreley Compans of poresting organ" A Herman experimenter the iflugefet sclvetle. Had mtske a fur fills 1,., var. ibcrcnficr Is ut hor Intel. The artist said that the Leslie con- - tho one part and 1 r. cornonition aflmrs of Illinois, patty of the oilier part, nf date trait of women should not bo mado has shown that the experiments of Von nofh there Then measure Uie same ducHdbw IUid hrfive lmtor, one l hm - . Dr. ApplrmanisuKraduatref Bellevne Hospitand 10. f jr b?foru W tho Meisur nnd I'ouflk have shown that dtiptii u'oug the other oelvetige, hall be aprow'cd I'rwldoni by the lhM!r,dt, H,"j botwoen lhe comoration hall commence on the sth daj - al Medisal College, Nets Yi rk City, and the h Medisal College, Toronto, Canada. Ho by mch other o1cim and atf' Ills an the said Hoard o( Apr ,'g atlli continuo lor a period ot twenwhich fneo ha6 an o.vjHwtaiH'y which charms, the liver reproduces portions to apiHiiut notoh lit tlie end, foltl bias aero maae a sp'sial study ot the due ics he treated m A df'in fite emuine an lTlle spurs ihence corporation shall be comlucicd the gie.t Uellevue and Charity Hospital tor sev and after 10 thu character is formud have lieen removed. In animals Directors shill be Th Il.ardoJ 7 ffatn of ,)e to 'he first noteh and cut off. dtagncsinK filst stoskhol.iors of tho liver has ben removed The resultis shown in Fij,' 4 n. iiuallt by theh"l.i uffi. e for on theear, or Momlay ot , Unarr1 of Director ,t consistingin of"ix n.nii-rs- , eral yeirs ana recognizes nosurerior indevote all and Is rorealo.l In the line of the face, unti their one y He ,cli Jul), to and iraitini; Chronic Diseases jjn,lay the f be eecUj without causing death, and Tho author Hkod boat to stuily womui.d a,ualiflrd ami until tne of chronic and nervous ate vlscted (J (ifl onc yc.ar iherrafier nud his time to the treatment the dotted a. whleh you will fold .1.1II..M1 .ti... iinn lulv. 180a. the insornora of their regeneration of the part remued was line. I'Mr 4 b, and cutalonir diseases of both sexes and his skill as an expert m en Mttwoen tho ugeMof HO unci 10, or unulthe election and qualification election niece In halves. be Treats sue for Di this chus of rases is well established r,,.....;rl.. lint Mm hrst x lors hetclnbefoie named shall (he the Hoard thoy thun hud the oxperienco of found t ) have tnkon place within arnual elostiou recofssiiall not ocsur until the first Mvmlii) of ccslully,and In Told and divide eaeh half the smne Inricti rol the Company (lood days nftor removal. of Director each shareholder shall luue the right .NoveinlHT. 184 '1 he incorporators above named tho world and the joyousneas of youth. way, Fife 4 o, takitiir puius to have tho to cast nstminy votes m the aggregate a he shall constitute the first Hoard of Directors and 'Hie noddy ladi' wu of Uie opinion Health. Cures bias edges lay exactly one with thcothor. rwn shales, n ultlplUxt by the nuaibrr of Duett- - shall hold ihcir office until lhe first Monday in Shall thnt from 18 to J. was the time when elestesl, and each snaiehoider mai cast November 1S04 The Hoard of shall Acute and Chrsmc Catairh, Ringing in Ears, Divide each resultant fourth Uie same orstohe Htylon In Interior l)eet,r.tllmi. iln. nhulcnuuiboi ot voteH eitlmr in person or by elect from their numbera Distust-ioKar, Nose, Ihroat, Dcdlnt-sswomen wcro mot gently fascinating. In nnwer to inquiries from many way and you have eight breadths of pioxy fm one candidate, or disiribuie his ote elett.i Secieiary, Treasurer, 1. tings. Hulnry, Unnarv and Hladder troubles It Is iutenatting to remembor In more sandtda'e, and the Directors MnaKurand such other officers aa to them may anion? two or Itnghfs Disease, Di. betes, D)pfpla, ConstiIn regard to what aro ofthisConvian) nhall le elected in no other man- siom best, from persons outsiuu of the lloird of pation, Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Upilepsy or. with this that many of tho correspondentfi the newost styles In wall apor, woodner except when a vncansy osuurslt m) be tilled Dtnclors, and may proscribe the qualifications Kits positively cured. women who have boon famous for their work, by the otner Diustors anil duties of any such c'lUcrs o elected Youiijr, oi middle aged men suflerintr from window draperies, oto.. the S. Ihissorpivr.Uion shall ponoss a.I the jmi ers beauty and fascination for men achieved iiitmir iic v. Kriiotions. the results of Tho luphost amount 01 indebtedness to which Ladies' Home Journal says: The days enum.ratid anytime subject Ilselt Stio. of Chapter 56 of the l,tn- - lii con oration mav atdollars between errors or exstsws.sh. uld tall belorclt is too late Z their irreatost tnump'is cral S alutes ol Hi ntuck) of ,lnr,t "lwoiU nnd nuint and dark one hundrid thouiand gurnntcc a cure if ce has not gone too tar s'e contractor tho ngos of SO and 40 Josephine was 4. This corporation shall at no time the dealh, reli;nation or inability to In Superfluous I air and all eruptions of the face nnil wrnats appear to have gone Iii.it rilebtscrsnterln amount than so prr sent or nrve,caeof to November, ibo4, of lt orot the prior lift whon she marri cl Napoleon, and PPrh permanently removed l. ullil (Villi for. HIU tock suhscnbid 'ryUilng b light now. anil a .." , iiauisd herein, the legal representa' judging from tho letters written by the 'M.. nriml nijuirirtv ol tlld StOtknOltllTs tive 01 either of said parties shall have the exclu1, iuruiMiinf?t Diseases,. liirv inry m mu shall be exeaipt from liability for ilie dobtj of the sive ri(;rit to nominate his successor as such lit absent huslmml during the early years and decorations iiiuim'H'm.i the style of r.re in Cj.corpora.ion rettor in tnis wmiunyuiiiiiii; wi hc""" of tholr union sho inspired the' redoubt- - Louis XV Light woods or As S)phili, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., 'lhe private property of thu numbers point N. MENKKEE, remeoles able soldier w ith most inteuso lovu and used in nearly all tho rooms except aro this Company sr.nll lie oxempt from t.iredh) neter failingsuch as Leucorrhea, painted Uio II Ks.jtTKK Diseases ot women, I by many writ- liability for thu lUhtsnf the loiporition jealousy it Is clalmo V (5. WELCH. Displacement ot Womb, beating dining-rool'Vr parlors, and library Said corpomiton 'hall base peipetual suites-slo- MeiKtruatioii back, relieved in short, time. J W IIAYDEN. ers that sho was the only woman Na- - the the ritfht 'o MiPimd sapacitj to bo sued h) down pains in point is white an gotd. cream, ami all his bortahle Instruments i loved. Cleoputra was polcon ovor runlly its aforesaid corporate name, may have a ronmioii and hr li... tor carries to examine the) most obscure . comes prepared gold Tli" ' rpeu. paper rttiilcrthi seal no alter ut pliMsuiej-maKami of J TiTATfn . Desirable Crab t rch t H ol interests of it ockhnlders tmnsfcrable an 'bares medical and surgical cases nearer W than So when Mare Antony cream and faniishlngs should match s llj F() L dnipuries ani I Acre, on incurable disease but ciiresvS He uniltrtal.es fell beneath her spoil, and the most Ho the mid' of making transfers, mav eseinnt hundreds given up no die. p.ke7 mile, from Stanford. W. 11. Miller. which' mint be In tone, to and light. the private prnirt of the moml.ois and stockruffle fold or facing. This method saves beautiful woman t!io world has ever older fr m liability fi r the lebls ( tlie known, ilolon of Troy, was long past no jutting, but much trouble in meas,1 t lisforr es'irse this potter hnoin and Ilnw to Uoep Cliuesr. CONSULTATION FREE SO when the Trojan heroes fought their and by these aitlclos, irretokaolv .xempt the pi A piece of cheesecloth out in uring besides malting certain that each property of the stockholders and members And Confidential.Addreas W famous baUlos for her sake. vinejr.tr ond wrapped nr.nnid Swiss breadth shall bo exactly as wide as tho from llahlllay for the debts of the corporation; S APl'IBMAN, M. D, may make contracts, acqiuro and transfer properOfaUMudn, J. choeses ''111 pivrvc thoin, and all other. possessing the same potter ty, A HUti nf Snnu. lovtssillf , K, fa i If vou hrivsia4.head for figures it is Made and Set Up in AllP.arts of such 1 or personal,private mdlviduils enjo).anl cheeses except cream v.hiM.s can be respects as Orate a cocoa mil, leaxing out tho ltept froui spiilinjr by p'ttti.'.? thoin on easy to estimate the amount of stuff a property, real cr personal ; morlKsseanyof its s the Country. ruks or and may establish brown part. Heap It up In the center a thie!s htysfof piiwilirstl eliarvoul and given trimmiti will require. The proSelentlfie American No Agents emplo) oil. deemed cxredient for tho ti anaeinelit of its of 'a handsome dish and ornament it covering with char 1.1I the top also. portion of straight length Ui the bins AfftMy ftr a(Tlrs not Incon ftelit withthe constltttl-no- r LuitisI Stales 7A with lino green leaves, such us peach or ChecM should 0.J kjpt of tho State 01 of radio SON, W. ADAMS & Lexington, Ky. laws i.i..r,.... s.h,.r..of.thestitness the tl.llU MIL' ol signatures tu lor glasaor in depth is as Qve to four That is ainches l honeysuckle. Serve It up with snow tin or earthen measure A 4 inches deep will N'o. 4a Hroadway, wo-xt .tisurtmc 196m fKArsrs tho Incorporators. v.tv. a t in W T GltANT. cream made in this way: Heat tho along the selvedge ctlge or the woof; a OFO f WKIlsmR. of five eggs to a stiff froth, add whites T foltl will measure Uif inches. Hot Vi,trr Tnr lloasorrlinc. SYFKR.s RUH'n K. WALKKR, two large spoonfuls of tine white sugar, THOMAS Lastly, talte heed when cutting bias Dr Hutchinson nvoinutendn for tho W.J.WILSON a largo spoonful of rose water or trcatnvnt of ble.tling nt the nose tho from odd bits or different lengths that L,ott CAVIAT8. Heat whole well together and plungiugof lhe feet and hands of tho your warp nnd woof threads run Uio TkADC MARKS, ntrsiQN PATENT add a pint of thick eruam I'ut several patient in ivats r as h l as :in he borne, same way in each, or you will vainly corporfte limits of Rowland. In the COPYBIOHT8, etc. s spoonfuls over each dish of cocoauut. lie says that fi m t rebellious eaKes fttrivo to make them set tho samo way s I. DAKST. Rcwland. For .nfonnaflon and freo nandbook write to your work is finished. St Louis have never resiste tin mode of treat- when Sum Cure fur Corn. utUO.Ama Oldest bureau or eecurln Republic. Ktery patent Uken out by I an supply the families of Stanford and vicinMix nine parts of salicylic acid with ment. PUBL.IC. TO' thu nubile bv a not ce Elven 60 cts. per 100 pounds; ity wilh home made lee at Dellcloua Dish ut Apple. Glcanta? CJotil .lev. dry. nnn rmrt nt ost.ract of ennnibis inilicn. - less than that amount at one cent per pound, and G. I have made nrrangements with tt. W. Singleof pnrta of collodion. Talus two pounds ... apples, pare and To clean gold jewelry make a lather n..Vslly uilln and forty-eigmM.factured Ice at 75 cents per too pound or iH . ...tV. . ...,.. r...mllffr nmntitlea. Ice delivered every naw i im.mis. ..u , ol After bathing tho feet in wnrm water of plam yd low soap and tepid water ore tnem. sneo inera into n pan, anu inn. inn, ,. , iiit niai ,bcr, either ut my store in ati t.Arl2l attention to the lohn Pre--' ..i Of any the mill, tenctns runic ami mer apply this mixture to tho affected parta and wash the orn.imciits in it: dry them one pound of loaf Biicrnr and the JUICO Crib Orchard or at Get my my prices before- buy. Hrewins Ca.'s Celebrated 1. X. L. Peer, fori Largest elrenlatloa IllnStri . HnlnnilMIV a specialty. 7. ,. WSSW. f.1. , Post which I am agent. Will furnish in 'etthe' ke( SBOUia De wuiiyu camel's hair brush. Do not re- - thorpug'.i'v 'I Jift rwanl brush them of three lemons: let them boil about inff. with a V. A. GAKSON, bottle. Write for prices. six months. Addf). rear: Merchandise, to-- with a little d.'- whiting, finally polish-com- a two hours, turn Into a dish and Berve Dealer la General sumo the stocking until the foot has as 3d Broadway. 5ewij BREMBRt Slanford Kyt sUKsWiti. Crab Orehaid, Ky. ' ing thtu with a very soft leather. with thick cream. perfectly dry. .5 .ft jrf x x - There aro all sorts and condition of Folks fond of glare and uglier buy them of solid silver, either chiwrt. tinomini-Mi- l nr lit th dull flnlsh thnt. 'gives the Hmestral touch fcodeairobre In the plat of a new family Italics who have neither the very lnet of tMt nor '"' ny triple plato, money In lptji I which looks every bit as well, though It never bestows the rodfming c ineetotts-ncs- s of reality l'olks who like their morning cup with n.11 delicay et a sot set f rtlt nil of flno such as is china daintily shaped and beapriiilried with small pale the sUe do reThe Hit K of eour wwd of that you sistance. Once mayrdd sugar r,rh. t rvam jug ami cup here ns you will. The shown. Is all of ote "r. er.-- the tray ! china. A being of t Male sots. lu-rblo-smia. THE JAMES LEFFEL NF.W VOKK C1TV &CO., SPRING f I tl.D. OHIO. FRFF that "cutting bins" is soinothing out- am H PORTRAIT! 4 FRAMES American Ifoncn," SMtcMd mzx to-d- ay To all our Subscribers for 1892. thiougliout tbe I'mtert Statesiind Canada, will jpend this ear over mie littuitrril tliousand ilollnrs amonK our new subscribers in the form of an artistic Crayon Portrait and .1 handsome frame (as per cut below), to be made Ireo of chnrgn for every new subscriber to Nortli American Homes." Our fatnil v iournal is a monthly publication consiMlnsr of . i an ". ... .1 ,u PaP,':,i ...l-- .l me ""''I .L .!. oesi muaiuic pi mc uaj, bv suuic of the best authors, and is worthy of the Ricai expense we arc uuingioru. riipni ycaia(;u -bvludn-iousadvertis- In onler to Increase the circulation of our journal We, the publishers rf " North ex' sx-- t, pri-ris- Inn-boar- d - f arti-ti- s, -- - S&2&X2fi:S gEmmm. aAJ?2SWfiiiK,ia)lt5iIir!l'' ;,- - li r' m jsw.t.iai-fcg-gc- ' '. . mm - j- "' 1 -- JT 5EXE i -- w VbVi. 2StV?fcw7iWC5H?il a 'JWf v ! . ... I h V l. Xw WH h aS.T7 JS mm AlO in-,- i, .... .1 Hi, m n ISSm - .1 , cross-piece- I J I )v ,M.-f- tf S. ll woll-mellow- om-lhln- rof - I 111 , pIiTMi-ftl- , Snglish Specialist, inal-adir- n, I gr'-nte- r fi 111 (er 1 d-a- y, at Stanford, June n 111 .... ol-c- 111 1.1111 f ',..! ,- Elec-trts- al three-quart- er Nov.mii-sucreMni- rs 1 be-onu- ., 11 thir-tv-al- .. . . Permanently f Dirw-tor- s con-ueotl- I 111 1 i -- -. Blood and Skin anrtstotk-holders- , j m n, j I I I pre-strit- ic -t sorpor-alio- n, MONUMENTS j j re-- 111 I by-la- w m-i- reipila-tion- -- .....-....- .. L For Sal 11 IJJTJJJg "J Sf rif utiffc ,,-- " pine-npp- lc Twenty Building; THE XCE AND BEER. J I ht I . ..,-.- j , . mtttm 1 - I . I a L t,wJt(Vj fl ftBOlMlWBslsMsMs!sBsBiMBB ,jsl , ruAk mmmrmmm mKsn Interior Jouknil June 17, 1892 HINTS Food ittui Sjpjff FOR SHEEP BREEDERS. py t vsC Wf iEMI- - Weekly I fej 4 I :. a k.' ' 1 fr.'.v & IK ' . ft? $ tf kw u To have ) our phi lotrtpht taken, lie keeps tip the ltmvlest Ilotiiriu. lr with all tho Old, experienced fiockmastcrsaro usually guided by certain golden maxims, LatcHt W. P. WALTON. one being that variety in the fowling of And will L'ivoyou (kh1 aatlsfactlon. sheen is indisnensablv necessarv. Mnnv SHEEP PORTRAITS. A.J UAKP.Manfotd. 9t- - iy of our most successful sheep misers aro j p lit. or u UTiltly ns We will pay the above reward for any catcof Stiuulnril those who adopt tho largest series of vrieti ei of Mui nuirrimn ruiillrjLiter Complaint, Dyipeptia, Sick Headache, t Kurei oT Mt'ii. of fodder crops, not because seasons causo lor Kacli lltei-it- . Constipation or Coiiichfs we Can not Tho American Poultry HPswiation, ono kind to answer when another fails, ' Here are two pictures of breeds of cure with West's Vecetablo Liter Pills, when the Enoxvills, Cumberland Cap Louisville directions arc complied with. Thry are which is conipo. but owing to sheep having their likes sheep which mo strikingly didV runt. f if breeders from purely vegetable and never fail to give tatulac-lioThe first 'illustration shows a Shropnearly every Hutu in the Union, nnd and dislikes no less than human beings, R. Sujar coated. Large bones, containing jo Double Dally Schedule, Instead of depending wholly on hay, shire ram that took first price at tho pil, t$e. 1V are of counterfeit and imitations. which in its niuinnl convention legisI ne genuine mauuUcturei' only ly The John C. In Klfeet May. 1B91. as somo do, tho saga-- 1 Royal Mvck'ty exhibition of ttt)l. The Wot Co., Chicago, III. Kur sale by A K. Penlates for tin interests of its niem1ers, turnip or has not only fixed a scale of points cious and experienced tlockmasters add Shropshire finds much favor in tho west- - nySOPTH IIQIJND7 Havlne removed my llarber Snop to the Com 8 jo p nT mercial Hotel, am Lvc'LouisvIlFe.. . which cU'icrilies all t lie lirevds, hut also to that cabbage, thousand " Stanford is it a ra JSSfe attaches to each li ed a certain mini- headed kale, rape, vetches or whatever : n 70S a roi, Prepared to Accommodate Ladies Arr, Mlddlesboro....4.... WW t ,' .1 I.ve. Mlddleshoro....... mum weight. This weight may bo ex- is suited to the climate nnd location. Hu . too p re S3W as well as Gentlemen, jE&r i ;v Arr. Cumberland Gap. 114pm J4$m ceeded, but any bird not reaching the There aro many Bheep growing districts a in LIB iQABBATJ! . " Hamilton Springs.... 1 Jj p m 6 In anything they may with in my line, Chitweight fixed for thu breed is severely in America whero ono and all of these , ...,. " Arthur ji pm 6 18 a n " Powell River also waited on. Call n me. s 56 p m 643 cnt off for the dofwt. It may bo inter- fodder plants can bo grown to the ' Taiewell JiSpm lOISCI A new and Complete treatment, consisting of esting to ronto of utir readers to know greatest advantage, but farmers nre " Lone Mountain, 3 30 P " 713am suppotuories. Ointment In Capsules, altn in lox THOMPSON, " Ciiuch Rlver .. 3 40pm jium how mnch each cock, hen. edckenl and 6low in leaving tho old ruts. Ruimj can mil pill; a positive cure for titer al Internal, Oakman 3 4t pm 74m In Commerrlat Hotel. iiunu or niecaini:, itchtnp, thro.ic, Kecent or pullet slionld weigh. A cock n:vl hen be cultivated almost nnywhere, and 1 m ' Washburn . 4 04 p m 7 41 a Hereditary Piles. 1 his rtmtdy h m nctir been " Potvder Sprinss .....- arc birds over one year old. A c kcrel wonder ilocknmstera can resist the 4 18 pm 75J a known to fail $i nr box. t lor Jt, sent by mail. " LuttrrlL 804 a m .. 4 j pm temptation of giving it a trial. Why suffer from this terri'dv die"i e when a writand pullet aro birda under that iijrr enoush rnirn snnoisHmE. ' .... 4 41 pn HOUSE. " Cotryton ten guarantee Is ithboxc, to Hurry up, shepherds, and keen paco !ni sheep districts nt jircsent because of reluml thu moneypositlte gut'. Send stamp for Maloneyville Bronzo and Xanupirrett turkeys 4 JSP"! 8 aSa m if not e.rd ' Ileveily .. F, H. KILBT, Proprlotor, iv6 pm' 8j8a m should weigh ,as follows: Coeic. 32 with tho times, nnd provide for those its hardiness. In Canada it is also iop-nla-r. free sample Guarantee Utin-- b A It. Penny, " K O. junction e iSpml 4 " DrugK'taud sole agent, aunforo, Ky, Call for pounds; hen, 22 pounds; cockerel. J2 charming Downs that you aro importing The Shropshire's best point is samples jjo p ml 9 00a ra ,. London, Kentucky ' " Kii8XvllleM... N'oitTinrpijNi)" pounds; pullet, 14 pounds. U'l'I". fI.iio and lavishing so much money on. Your probably that it yields a large quantity of " f I hive moved to my new Hotel 8 jo a m 6 3op m and black turkeys cock, 27 po;.;. Is; stubbles will soon bo bare, &o in with good mutton. But its woolly meritsaro and am better Lve k n.'nlp pepartdthau ever la accommodate the public Arr K. A O Junction.,. 8 4J am 644 P m cockerel, 18; hen, IS; pullet, 12. White the plows nnd on with tho rapo seed, worth counting on ns well. Tho avcr-ag- o ' Mevetly Oood t.ivery attached and every eonvenlence de ..., 8 34 a m fijstira you will reap a golden harvest Malon.yvllle weight of a fleece of tho improved ired Give tne a call. .., turkeys cock, 20 pounds: hen. 10: cock- and oe8 m 7tp m " Corrytnn ..., . 77 PRANK KII.EY. a m 718pm V through your sheep that you never Shropshire is beven pounds of long, not erel, 10: pullet. 10. " Luttrell 9 jBa in 7 ftp HI " Powder Springs Of geeto thero are varieties. dreamed of. Tho sheep and hogs I kept overfino wool, which pays very well. i 7 3 P 9 44 ' Washburn...., 9 Jflam Tjspw In the second picture is a unique ani-mThe Toulous-- and Enibden weigh us per acre on rapo in Oregon seem some" Oakman K C NVett's Nerve and llrain 18 a ra 808 p m 10 Vt M.M. Treatment, a of tho sheep family. follows: Gander, 23 pounds: goose, 23; times to me incredible. What wool tho Clinch River. ... r Hysteria, Ditrinets, Kits Neuralcu, sea m 8 10 p m a pecific I will Lone Mountain season on 10 ji a m 8 j j m Heailai he. Ncrtous Prostration young gander, 20; young gooe. 18. Tho Bheep produced, and what lambs were It is an illustration of a black faced or tobscc.i, Wakelulncn, Menial caused bv alcohol Danvillesnake the present above at my place hullthe " Taivtwell mite with tht Shnrihnm 10 4ja m 8 jep m w... Softmountain nun of a breed akin to tho ening ol Drain, cautini; insanity, Depression.decay, liforthesraun Sam has rrcvtn himself to be .1 " Powell River- African gander weighs 20 pounds: tl e to bo found in that forest of foliage! a o a m 8 jo p m misery, Close, folding is now very commonly black faced Scotch sheep, the oldest death Iremature Old Ace, ltarrennets. Icus of kooiI breeder and the puhlK s attention Is called Arthur opm 11 16a m goose, 18; young gander. 10, and you;.g " Hamilton Spilnrs, to him Power in either sex, Impotency and It 44 a m 9 so p.m goose, 14. The brown and white China practiced among tho leading flockmas-ter- s breed in Scotland. Tho Scotch sheep all Female Weaknesses. InvoluntaryLucorrhnra Srer so 4t " Cumberland Gap A I) HOOT, Stanford Ky. 11 if a m 9 jo p n Loes. " Mlddleshoro....... in Britain. Tho advantages of close matorrhcra cauted by and the Canada goce are about four of brain. Self H03 pm top m Lve Mlddlcsboro A month's treatment Acue. pounds less than the African, and the folding when judiciously practiced are Arr. Slanfonl ' J4 .. J:, six lor J by mad We guarantee six boxes to Norfolk-Weste- rn R.R. " IMilsvllle Egyptian about four pounds less tl. n very great. It is most commonly praccure Pach order for syt boxes with $5 will vend too a in ticed in those districts whero Down written guaranttc to refund il not cured (uar the Canada. Pullman Palace Car Ktmsville lo Cliiciniisli artees istucd only hy A R Penny, Druggist and without insure. The largest ducks are the coloved and sheep are kept, and where tho arable Schedule May as, i'9i. se!catnt,Stanfcrd Ky tyr Connections made with all trains North and land is adapted to the growth of fodder Muscovys. white The drake weighs 10 .NOtth-at firanJ .I....I l'l..n.,.il potmds, the duck 8, young drako 0 and or eaten crops. I mean by catch crops, All trains connect H Co'rjinn. Trim., with LEAVE NORTON DAILY A Oap Rallrced trains teaixt 7. Next come the Rouen rape seed, mustard, winter vetches, young duck I o. pro for Graham lllsiefield and inteinx.lmtc Tb MBulleat P1U lm ihs World I inim Tate .Springs and l.e Sprlnzs. and Aylesbury ducks, the drake weigh- winter barley, rye, etc. Grow these in Utions. rhrwuirh tickets 011 sale ni City Ticket II jo am lor Illuefield, Iladlard, Kftanokc, and ijSCay street and Depot Ticket afllfr. or nllowing the 0 pounds, the duck 8. the yoimg stead of fallowing ing ftt Weat lymhburr. Richmond and Norfolk Al (via Main MreW, Ktiexvllln. drake 8 ami young duck 7. Tho Pekin ground to lie idle. Immediately after Kiunokr) for Washington, Ilagerstewa, Par auy Information as 10 rentes, tales, ett..'an. Philadelphia and New York ply to and Cayuga breeds are a pound Icks, the crop is removed plow your land and possess II thoTlr- DlaCK FACED JIOCSTAI.V ILVSI. Pullman Sleeping Acting On'l Pss. Agt., tueaofthaUrffpr Tatfa Pills uhloh A folk via Norton and Cars irom Uoul'ville le Norand the white crested ducks are a pound sow one or all of these seeds and vou nre tho hardiest domestic breed in tlio Radford, also Kadlord lo II11NRY A. SMITH, tliy. Tick AmuI liave beenaovopi jtri'or thirty year. New York, via Shenandoah Junction, alio will not only have abundant feed for all world, also the most intelligent nnd cunless than the Pekins. Knosvllle, 'teun. com- Their alio unci to mendthrm for tb nso cf clilldreaM mond Washington; alto from I ynchburg to RichAmong chickens the Light Brahma varieties of stock as well ns for sheep, ning. The phrase, "as 6illv as a sheen." anil poraoni wltfawesikatouuscha. l'or trains for Pocahoi las. Powhatan and Goal comes first, tho cock weighing 12 pounds; but yon will at the same time bo greatly does not apply to them. Their mutton ' IP YOU ARE GOING will leave Illuefield daily at y j a m ami s 40 p ui cockerel, 10. and pullet, 8. All enriching your land. Tho systrai is ex- is of choice flavor, and they can take j hen, 4 m p m, 7 15 pm tliernrsi Inraluabloiu tlieycBa the Trains arrive at Norto.i Irom the East daily at Cochins and tho dark Brahmas tensively followed out in England; why care of themselves almost equnl to a the fool to ttaslmllatte., nourish the hadyS I p m and r 4$ p in ok weigh alike, the cock being 11 pounds; not in America? Texas steer. Tho fleece, whilo veryi aved pass off Datnrally without nnusras Por further information aa 10 schedules rates, Change of feed is one of the great lon. is liht in wciirht and rather coarsn ' THE hen, 8J$; cockerel, 9, and pullet, 7. Tho or iTlptncr. Hoth sliesof Tutfa rilla A. app'yto Sfents of Nsrfolk .V Western Railarnsofri by all drurglsts. iKisoaninll.M road W to IIKVII U, Plymouth Bock cock weighs 9j jKmnds; 6ecrets of successful sheep fanning. in texture. 11io,2.'Jc, Office, 31) rark Plars, N. V. (itn. I'ssienger Art . Rii.eke. Va. cockerel, 8: hen, and pullet, G. When in Britain last fall I observed that Ilrerdlnc from Crippled glares. Wyandotte cocks weijh 8 pounds; among the celebrated breeders sheep Iii answer to a question from The cockerel, 7,'; hens, C2', and pullet, were being constantly, almost daily, reMinorca qocks weigh 8 pounds; moved from pasture to pasture, always Rural New Yorker on this subject J. S. cockerel, CJa'; hens. Cr, and pullets, getting fresh keep and never allowed to Crosby writes from Greenfield, Mich.: In my lumbering ojcrations in this louiavmc 4 nUiMviiir R. R. Java cocks vci,h 10 pounds; remain in one iuclosure till they had to cockerels, 8j2: heir . 8. r.nd pullets, (tt, be removed, which is the worst of all state I find it quite difficult to get such Langshan cocks weigh 0' I the lint for you, as Its pounds; management. Others, ngain, were al- draft horses as I need. Wo imported cockerels, 8: hens, 7, and pullets, 6. A lowed only as much space on grass or from Canada aud sent directly to tho TraliiH colored Dorking cock weighs 9' pounds; rape, etc., as they could eat off clean, woods about forty head of grade mares, Make cloit connections al cockerel, 8: hen, 7'j. and pullet, G. The being given a freeh patch daily, simply Shires and Clydes. They had been bred LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI silver gray Dorkiii;; is about a pound by advancing the hurdles or wiro net- - in Canada and were half, bloods, less, and the white Dorki-iFor all alout half ting. In this manner tho land behind and and brought hero etc. All purwere as good them is manured and nothing wasted, chased TICKETS SOLD. a pound less than tho gray. IIAGGAOE CIIECKKI) THROUGH Leghorns, Ui:mbur0-s-. B!.:ck Spanish Wherever this pursuit is earned out at specimens ns wo could find in Canada, least one change is made in tho sheep and cost from .17."i to 210 per head For any Information saqulreof and tho ornamental reeds hnvo no F L. CLIrrOKD. A aft ".'.. Twenty mllesthe Shorten lo weight fixed. A Red Cap cock weighs pasturage every day by taking them there. Wo put them in tho woods at Or Sfn.t.l ' L"u , w. v PENN.Trav. Pass Agent, U pounds aud a hen a ikjuucI less. The from their ordinary pastures to rapo or work at the heavy business of lumber- JL 7J2 eft .. vetches, then agnin returning them to n'. Junction Cty, K French breeds weigh us follows: sitflW When wo havo uso-- l them two or three cock, b.i pounds: Creveccour the permanent pasture for the night. Chicago, Michigan Pcints, St. I.ouli, We all know that careful shepherd-- ' years, if they become injured or debilicock, 8 pounds; lloudun cock, 7 pounds, Uutlalo Detroit, Cleveland, ..TAKK THE ing, plenty of change, liberal allowanco tated, we send them to our farm and put Indianapolis and the west. hens weighing about a pound less. the Ne England, Canada, -them on grass until they aro in iverfect Bantams are the opposite in weights, of concentrated foods and a good breed New the smaller tho bird tho more valuable. to work upon aro the chief points re- -' health, although not sufficiently btrong There are alho disqualifying weights, quired in order to seenre success. I am for tho heavy work in tho woods. They Washington. Pallimore, Philadelphia. Quicken time tollarrodsburc, Frankfort, Ky which are much lower forull the breeds, a great advocate for feeding young nre then bred to the stallion nnd used Richmond, VIRGINIA Shortest and nlxmt tho farm for light work until and which are intended to prevent very sheep on concentrated foods. When . Quickest line to gj tovuviut Klyjjuuiri CKICato tr( tmall specimens from being exhibited oilcakes with a good percentage of oil nbout four mouths before foaling time, Sleeples?ne8s,SIcknnd Nervous Headache, when they are again turned loose and Backache, Dizziness, Morbid Fears, Hot at tho shows at any time. New Hamp- are used in conjunction with some kind KTIKW of meal thero is room both for profit in ullowed to run until they drop their shire Mirror. Hysteria, Fits, St. Vitus Dance, SOLID VliSnilL'LEI) TRAINS thro with foals. They require no treatment extho animal's feed aud also the improveChattan.-ogaOpium 1 lablt, Drunkenness, etc., aro cured llirmlrgham.Mtrid. Fowls In aivl Thlevea Out. 1.1.VETO ment of the land upon which the cake cept a run at the grass and a littlo con- by Dr. Miles' Hestorative Nervine. It out change via conncctloni en route lor Kooa. an making direct This little building was made strong and com is consumed. So important dition iowder as a tonic. ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and point in the is and fitted to keep fowls in and thieves this subject of improvement of land by ' We havo found thnt it is almost im- does not contain nnv opiates. Trial botFREE at or marauders out. Jt is 12 feet long, 6 means of sheep feeding that it occupies possible to get a maro with the heaves tle and fine booksCo., Elkhart. druggists. Indiana, Dr. Miles Medical . feet wide, 7 feet high on tho frfint and a very prominent placo in sheep man- in foal. If a maro is injured in tho legs TICIAIa BOTTLE FREE. At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmini 5J on the rear. It has two sashes swung agement. or if sho has flesh wounds or other inA LI, For sale by A K. Penny, Stanford, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, ion, on the inside and five iron rods sunk two POINTS llruniwick, Lake City. Thoinasvillc aud KLOH) You must feed your sheep from tho juries that prevent her from doing hard ua points. inches in oak and fastened on the out- - day the lambs can crunch work, sho may be in just as good a The only line running solid Vestibulcd trains with cake and corn, ....And. Pullman lloudoir or Palace Sleeping Can to St. and never forget "it is what goes in at shape to breed as though sho did not H AUG UMAX, Augustine without change lor any class of pas the mouth that makes them." The old have these wounds or injuries. It is sergcrsnr baggage. Selma and Montgomery, lluntsvillc, Dccctur FIRE AND STORM theory that prime mutton can only be our aqverieuce that ono seldom sees on Florence, Memphis and AHKANSAS points. tho colts from perfectly sound and Finest and best had from 3 and wethers has Shortnst and quickest to Anniston. Selma, Mo and Parlor Cars Veitihd Duffel Sleeping Cats en all trains. bile, lancet connections strongly bred stallions from the Shiro made at MiW UK been exploded. Indeed wethNo change of cars, best accommodationi, ouielo LKANS without omnibus trsnsfer for Galveston ers aro now becoming rare. Nothing is or Clyde breeds any blemishes like Representing csltlme and lowest rales. Houston, Austin, spavins or other troubles that rur iniormnon auaress more certain than that the age at which POULTRY HOl'SE. IAS. IIARKER.G P. A.. Chiesco. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. sheep cm bo fattened is being constantly causo lameness. Wo havo never had Hartford, of Hartford, Oonn.,. W. G. CRUSH, D P. A., Leuiivllle. side of the windows with wire iMnch lessened. It is thoroughly ascertained any unsatisfactory colts from tho nbovo Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. The only through line lo Jack. on and Vickiburi, screws. The roof is of planed boanls, Miss. , bhreveport La., making direct connection! mentioned treatment of tho breeding with a groove worked on both sides of that a sheep from Us birth till 1 year question. One is perfectly safo in breed- Pennnsylvania Fire. Philadelphia, without omnibus transfer lor Dallas, Fort Worth. old makes as much flesh ns ono doublo Austin San Antonia, El Paso and points in Ins. Co. of Noith America, " the joint and a strip nailed on the top of ing mares to jtcrfectly sound stallions the joint, also grooved, which makes it i that age, provided the sheep be fed with properly shaped feet and leg bones. All of which are Companies. I would TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. carefully, plentifully and methodically. he pleased to wait on my friends in this line. Pol. perfectly dry. and that thero shall bo no short com- - Of course the mares foiust not have icies promptly issued. Will insure against tornaFor through rates correct county maps and lu Tho door is in the front betwaen tho blemishes from such causes as ringlono, does, wind storms and lightning Lightning claus- information call on Agent at Junction City, Ky mous in their rations. charge windows. Tho outlets for tho chickeus attached without additional or address J. S. LEITII, spavins or other like blem- es Office at First National Hank Stanford. Remember the owo as well as tho Trav Pass, Aet , Junction City.Ky are in the ends and have a slide door (Chesapeake .V Ohio Route.) ishes anil we would never advise breedD. MILLER. DO. EDWARDS. close them up. I have my henhouse lamb requires to have abundant feed ing a nmro that has tho heaves. Traffic Mancr , O. P.VT. A., ClnciRsstr Philadelphia divided into two parts by a lath parti- and fresh pasture all through the nurstion. Tho door works from right to left, ing season. The maternal strains are Baltimore, New York, sho Can I'arm. Old Point and the Seashore and all Eastern Cities. so that when I go into ono part the door very heavy, especially whero tho ewe is Connecticut farmers, who continually nursing doubles. Tho drain of a healthy closes up the other half. The strips over bemoan that tho old state is used up for IN EFFFCT NOV. 15, 1S91. STANDARDthe joints on the outside aro two inches ' and rapidly growing lamb upon "tho owo farming, may learn something to their so great that in many cases it entirely wide and beveled off on tho edges, and is advantago by consulting pretty Miss rasT inFnt'j Accom. Acco. fit into the piece at the top of the coop checks the growth of tho wool. Wil- Bertha E. Weed, who makes money tillEAST HOUND, Mail Ex Daily Daily liam Watson in Breeder's Gazette. and tho bottom, forming panels. H. C. Dally Dally. Ex. Su Kxjju ing a tough littlo farm in the town of Lve Lexington..... Schenck in Poultry World. o 00 p 11 40 $ North Canton. Miss Weed suiHjrin-tend- s Live Stock Points. JP " Winchester.... 6 41 11 30 oop all the operations on her place, is Ml. Sterling.... Common horses will become moro 8S4 .5 I' 7 33 P Gond Horses. Daily. up with the Fan every day, raises stock, Arr Ashland. ... is ic 10 07 We have had much to say nbotit the and more a drug on tho market as fast sells milk aud buttor 40 has a big Catlcttsburg. is 18 10 73 v 8 J9 valuo of good coach horses, but wo have as the cities begin to use electricity and full of some of the ami fowls yard " Huntington. is 50 to 47 best in the llflHBiJaVwV lavata) H Ai Fiji " Washington.. 635 never said all that the facts would justi- cables instead of horee traction for state. What is amp 9 3 still moro wonderful, " Philadelphia-A- 10 n street cars. This they are doing rapidly. J 80 I fy. Thero aro today hundreds of iooplo so NewYork .. 8 20 p sho has learned how to make monoy in in any of our largo cities searching for Within a few months 7,000 horses will tho risky business of raising spring WEST HOUND safe and stylish carriage horses. Such bo for snlo from tho street car stables of Daily. 0110 cmuKens tor marKei. makes n animals are" ab hard to get, for anything New York city alone. Lve Huntington,- 6 00 a Mr. Bea'e, American minister to Per- small fortuno yearly belling eggs. Some 3s p 6 45 p like a fair price, as good Shetland ponies. " Catletlsburg J J Will be sent to any address from now 54 P 7 4 P .. ..THE.. sia, has sent to the agricultural depart- of them aro extraordinarily large. She Ashland until January 1st, 1S93, for twenly-fiv0 37 In fact these two classes of horses ju.it J P 7 37 p ........ tents. Campaign year is at hand; you at Washington sixteen valuable presented a couplo of them to the editor Sd. Ex. bow seem worth more per jvound than ment Mt. Sterling a 508 p must keep posted, and the way to do io of tho Hartford this week. 10 p6 ,, , " Winchester.. II 157 any others. The cost of raising a iound Astrakhan sheep. It will be worth They weighed hulf Courant do so Is to read THK COMMERCIAL 5 45 P 1(1 D7 n pound apiece, and srr i.eamcion p u ao p 14s the only true czpoaent ol protection while to seo how they thrive in this 03 HY of horse U not much more than that Pitts " ixunvuie... 3 S P 9 SO p 7 40 D it to a and sound currency in the South Perhaps we may at length are the biggest hens' eggs reiwrted in of raising a pound of steer, aud there is country. m.,..sTA sismsimss the state this season. Now York Sun. MEANS Httle difference between the cost of a beat tho world in the production of fine wool. Sample Copy. fend for a Md of car horse and a pound of .IN. Capons. Limited Vestibuled Trains r dailv in rnnn.r lion with Chesapeake Jt Ohio horse. Ono may sell at fourteen Tho poultry and dairy shows that F F. It thero were more small sized Irak ME York. Mail Trains run daily and makeV." to New to poand and the other at have been held in connection with tho well fattened capons sent to the market Fait You And examine rt carefully. A difference of twenty-on- e between Lexington and Huntington. local itfD. ..THE fat stock and horse shows at Chicago peoplo would buy them. Not every one will be sure to subscribe. Address Huntington and Morehead Accommodations c44sj pound ia worth considering. will be omitted this year. It ia a pity. cares to buy a bird of ten or twelve all letters and make all checks and Most Satisfactory and the Most run dally, a.nd MowheaU and order payable to W Mderstand that somo parties aro Thero ought to bo a dairy show, and a pounds weight. Aud it is said that the .I'e?.lnf,on Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accommodations run dailr esceot ityimg to tell grade horses with more great one, in every state in the Union few entrails that are raised in New EngDurable. Sunday. r Urn Ptfrcfceron blood in them for full each year. land aro usually smaller than the PhilaT'r,ou'1, SI,eeP?n. Car e "d from Vashingloo A complete stock ol best ipiality Ribbons, Legal and Now York without change. Frach coaehers. Don't patronize and Letter Pape r.OH, Mss. Cavers, etc. aLouIsvlllejPrese Co. Bo euro and have green stuff for the delphia capons, being more frequently Send for descriptive pamphlet to a no e it you can nen it. The poultry all tho summer through, if you made from the smaller breeds. Afttr For full information in regard .A ..... . Jtc , apply to any agenttof this or connwili. hm4 ia any" ordinary noiKhbor- - have them yarded. Either rye, oats or they aro caponized, it costs no more to Q. M. ALLISON & CO., avoed mm f tU "orta and colors." To grass will h! E. HUNTINGTON, LOUISVILLE, KY. mako a good feed, and careful grow or fatten than any other fowl, fcst C. L. BROWN, to uniformity in poulterers will plant one or all of these tuey sen at higunr prices, beeauae a,S West Main htreet. . V. P. and G. M., asKjr H'TOtsc O.P.A., Lexington. Ky. Me.titaUso mut be as well bred in plenty in good season to come'in at raarjcoi is not well MppMM G.W.BARNEY, W. HARRISON, Louisville, Ky. peertWe,--Jlsu-- al Americas Cultivator. O. M., LexingtoB.Ky. T. P. A., Ashlsnd.Ky New Yorker. tho riibt tint 'tanford, Ky Treatment Tlmt Will tiring In new principle-regulat- ing the liver, stomach and bowels through the nerve. A new discovery Miles 1'illi speedily cure bilioui ness bad taste, torpid liver, pile, constipation. Unequaltd for men, women, children. Smallest mildest, uret Fifty dosct a? centt. Sample at A. K Penny a. Acton Miles' Nerve and Livers Pill Go to Earp's Art Gallery Improvements, - S500 REWARD. Afcsm-littliin'- Wi-Ili- 1 I n. j R. 1 kohl-rub- i, 9Jr 1 j K 0 f7APt-V.vXi:Wv- . ip:vK5!afttj8K xS sssss .i && CURE ri 1 1 JESSE 4 THE RILEY liu , A-- .., al U SAM. ..., I 1 1 1 ovcr-rserti- e. NW I lt ,' l Mr-rtstow- ri I aM CumU-rlan- j 5p. iTutt'sTiny Pills! yt angitr-rnatln- ff . t Harris-bur- j j Rd-lor- d 9; Sick Headache j.- - NORTH WEST. 11. 7', 5. 5. &KS Double Daily ' three-quart- j er g seven-eight- h j 1 PSSST vAPpe VMW ' , La-Flec- -- g?! ' rv i- &V York, Boston, Nervous Prostration, -- OHJLBANS, THE WORLD'S' , FAIR CAHIDMHfAS, CHHOAGilD, WJEOT J. II. KfRTJB WEST, INSURANCE AGENT side-bone- s, first-clas- s Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co. side-bone- '. 25c. Washington, ' HEMXNTGTONT -- The Weekly Louisville Commercial Typewriter I 7 I). t . 1 O V rr 1 p tl il - 1 o BEST WORK 1 ,.'u la u tl tl THE SIMPLEST e car-rfas- fe thirty-fTMsTst- a. THE SHORTEST Tl post-offic- e ll.' .- -- Vlli fc..t . j '! ,'t - :- - v. 'H i. N ,S.j ., . r j. ) -- t'i 15 V KV 'V- - '' y r. A FnuiT jnrs and jelly glaeses nt A. A. work, which has greatly increased her j efficiency as a teacher. Warren's. . Yhvit J a us nt Farris A Hardin's. Miss Howard has returned to her Piiivto.v for sale on reasonable terms. home in Ghent, but will spend much of' machine oil at J. Inquire of Miss Annie Wray. Stanford, Ky., June J 7, 1892 II. Hinder Twine and her vacation, as usual, at the Cincinnati Foster's. H.utitonsnuitos vs. Interior Journals at Conservatory. The music clacs at the j Fnoo Fly Wire doors and windows Rochester Pnrk this evening. AND STILL IT GROWS HOTTER ! College is now more than four times as i E. c. ManaRer Hindu to order by A. . C. Alford. large as it was when Mies Howard took . Tnt: Uncut shoe polish over brought to charge two years ago. She is a hard Unless you come to THE NEW CASH STORE and buy some of Hoaiidkks Wanted. Good fare, pleas-an- t Stanford nt T. J. Hatcher's shop. MEANS BUSINESS. worker nnd is thoroughly imbued with those Summer Goods made to rooms at the McHoherts house. Mrs. progressive ideas in music. Her pupils Wall i'.wkk ntul paints at V. 11. I havb xe vend Woods self dump hay llannie llurks. . rakes for sale cheap. Joe Severance, Jr. have shown the public that tjiey can play E.NOitAVi.va bountifully and Artistically All- kinds of ronifh lumber for salo nt classic music and play it well. Sho will done nt A. it. Penny's. A niiAKEMAX named Howell, was had' return to the College in September. the New Lumber Yard near the depot. Ilt'Y your books and hchool supplies of J. T.Matikenship. ley mashed between cars at Corbin Wed Prof. Hubbard expects to add another all kinds froiii A. It. Penny. nesday. fine piano to his already splendid equip Because they arc so cheap. Our $$, $S and Sio suits are simply un ... FhuitJaiw, jelly kIuhiox, tops, gums, Have your watch, clock and jeweiry surpassed and unless you come soon you will mis great Bargains. ment next year. rt' paired nt A. It. Penny's. All work M'uliug wax and presrving kettles nt Wb now have a stock of wove,n wire Miss Summer,, of Abingdon, Va., will warranted, and slat fence made of oak pickets. Sine FarrilA take charge of the art, elocution 'and Ukmemiikii tbatall idlverware, watches, A Menofee. . penmanship in September. This young rings, xc, bought at A. H. Penny's will My fine soda water np.ir.uns is now in We bo engraved free of charge. I am ngent for tho Win. Deering Go's lady was graduated at the Stonewall Collars, cuffs and summer ties must be seen to be appreciated. operation. Call and get a glass of tiie have tod' many and have made twine, tho best in the market. J. H. Jackson Institute two years ago, but at best vou ever tasted. A. It. Pennv. PERSONAL POINTS. Ihuiglunan. ' once entered upon a peeial course of Holmax McUli'hk will run the study at the Augusta Female Seminary Mi:i. J. A. Mi' no is visiting near :t A oooi), Becond hand,' Bttgo line between Crab Orchard Springs at Staunton. She has been thoroughly Mary?. We have also made prices on Lace Curtains to move them. Come and the depot. They will also have 'a portable engine for sale at n bargain. instructed in the methods pursued in (iuo. P. Ih'irrox, of Pittsburg, is at his See Geo. D. Wenren. livery stable at tho Springs. and sec for yourself. Our Shoe Stock in Ladies and Gent's contains the New York School of Design and is father's. Mich Lillik Fiuh, of Danville, is the Horn to the wife of Mr. L. T. Smith, well equipped as an elocutionist. She is sadly told that Col. W. 0. BradIt : ; guest of Miss KIIh May Saunders. girl. This has already made n fine reputation about ley was robbed of a $.'VJO diamond pin nt on Tuesday night, a Staunton as a writer, both of prose and Col. It. P. J a cons and Mr. L. S. Logan, Minneapolis, in add itiou to being rob is the first in 111 years. Our 5i Kid Shoe in broken sizes will catch anybody they will fit. of poetry. Prof. Hubbard thinks that Our Dress Goods Stock must be reduced. Those French Ginghams of Danville, were in town Tuesday. bed of the chance to speak in behalf of All the railroads have fixed one faro Miss Summers will be a splendid acqui- at ioc, I2c, 15c and 25c are going rapidly and our Crepons, Mas. J. S. Mayo! Somerset spentn few Harrison, by McKinley. e for the round trip to Chicago for the sition to his faculty. days with her parents hero this wrek. Henriettas, Tissues, Cheverons, Ponges, Printed Indias, Lace Miss Ella McKlwain, of Franklin, convention next week. The primary department will be in must go this hot weather. Come while you can get Choice. IIakvk IIklm is spending a few days nt in honor of her charge of Miss Worley, a teacher of exDanville with his Bister, Mrs. J. F. Wal- entertains 'A gkasu stand is being erected at the S. friends, Misses Maggie Owsley, of this perience, who is now taking a course nt ton. base ball grounds and will be ready for the Peabody Normal College. She has Mits. CouJ. M. Ueazlky has taken' p'nre, and Hue Paine of Kllzabethtown. tho game this afternoon. been paying especial attention to the GO TO- charge of the Tribute House at Junction Several of our boys will attend. '' Klkin's shop during the work done in the Winthrop School of I have Ice at City. Wk Imvo had several days of very Cut. Tom IIuiilky went to Louisville warm weather, but yesterday was the, day and will be present to wait on my Methods and will come to Stanford high- y ly commended by the faculty of the Wednesday to got a few pointers on euliping one, the thermometer register customers. James P. Hush. Normal. base ball. ing 1:50 in the sun and 1)3 in the shade. Thk sossion of tho Presbyterian Special attention will bo given to sight Miss Kli.a May Graham, of Louie- churoli requests n full attendace of the singing and The signal service predicts for drawing in this ville, is the guest of Mi&i Kiln May thunder storms with slightly cooler members at the morning service Sunday department. The facilities for little girls SiUlHllTC. weather. next. will be absolutely unexcelled in KenMm. It W, IIockkii, of Kansas City, - FOR arrived ytoterday and is the guest of Mr. played the Lanca- tucky. Tun colored nine Tiik Danville Advocate says that A. J. S. Hocker. Tribble, formerly of the Tribble House, ster hero Wednesday and defeated them MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Mcssiis. J. F. and L. P. Lviiuk, en- Junction City, took' charge of tho Gilch-e- r by a score of 2S to 0. Our colored friends gineers on the L. A N., are visiting At Baltimoie a couple was married House nt Danville, yesterday, and that cm play ball, even if tho I. Js. are defin a cemetery, the bride standing on the sr.ends here. H. H. Farris, who has been clerk there, icient in that line. grave of her mother and the groom on Miss Mmii: IH'.n'n, of Danville, came hss taken a.similar position at the ClemIIaiikoixhi'ko's water works have her father's irrave. up Tuesday to attend tiie ens House. commenced operations and the people Dr. W. M. Blain, forirerly of Linman marriage. Tiiiiaim again enteit-- Mr. J. II. Hil- nre jubilating. The stand pipe has a ca- coln, and Mrs. E. J. Freeman went to Mils. J. It. Wakkkn left Wednejday goJellico last Wednesday evening and for ( lex eland, Ohio, to visit her son, Dr. ton's store at Rowland on Wednesday pacity of 1SO.O0O gallons. Stanford's all hollow by the were quietly night. The entrance was elfected by ing to beat that supply J. W Dawson. married by Squire Early. (Miring the lock oil of the door and about direct pressure system. They were accompanied on the trip by Wiu'Wkaiikn went to Franklin ) terday to attend th party given by Miss 1100 worth f goods weto stolen. Mr. Dr. J. D. Adkins aud Mrs. I. Marion Nkwull Elmoiik was yesterday Hilton is determined to find out the Y, 'a McKlwain. Sullivan. They returned tiie fame nigftt insane by a jury in Judge and will spare tii MiKinnuy, who has h.'oji at- guilty party In bringing him neither time court and ho was ordered to be and spent mo- -t of Thursday receiving to justice. tending Central University, is nt hotiin nor inouev taken to the asylum at Lexington. Mr. the congratulations- of their many fjr the vacation. I.orisviLLE, Lexington, Crab Orch- M. 1). Elmore was appointed to take friends. May they liv long and happi Is Receiving: His ly and enjoy all the blessings, big and Mil. T 0. Vox, of tho Danville Dein ard, Bowling Green, Paducah, Williams-town- , charge of his business. ... . little, that come to less the married es ocrat, nttended the marringe of tils rota Maysville, Georgetown and severThe building for the electric plant is tate. Williamsburg Times. tive Wednesday night. instial other Kentucky to mis all have A beautiful wedding indeed was I r ('. TntSKit, of Loulovllle, !f tutes for the cure of drunkenness and a progressing nicely ami is rapidly Hear Blending a few days with his brother, company has just been organized at ing completion. Tiie gallery for the wa- that pei formed at the Christian church , Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. is also being rapidly dug and it looks Wednesday evening, when Mr, Montie the clever Jack Turner. Owensboro to begin tho renovation of ter 15 wo will be enjoying those Fox and Miss Annie Baughman Pnot J. M. Bitounn, tf Kingivillo the topers in that neighborhood. were As like by July joined in wedlock's holy bond. The has secured the school nt Walnut Flat Crab Orchard is 10 or more miles dis- luxuries that tho larger cities do. ... church had been beautifully decorated and will open on or before July ISth. tant would not Stanford be a good place In going through the penitentiary the under the supervision of Mrs. Permelia Jiir.kJ. M. PniLi.ii-fl- , of Monticello, far one? other day Hon. D. B. Edmiston found a Brown and tho rostrum was a scene pacse-through Tuesday to visit his sis lie was sure was Gene Biggins, lovely beyond the description of this Those wlio had anticipated seeing a man who .Dealers In. ter, Mrs. Milton Klllott, nt Kirksville. sent up from this county and long since Ma. J. A CiiArrtook his mother to good game of base ball here Tues lay reported dead. On examination of the lowly pen. Flowers in profusion filled Louisville Tuesday to have her oyeH evening were sorely disappointed. The hooka it was found that Biggins, on get- every available space and their swee Interior Journals, under Manager Hurodor was enjoyed by the large crow- ; treated. Sho is almost entirely blind. got caught in the ley had been equipped for a good fight ting out nt Eddy ville, present. The participants in the impor Miw William Lckl seeompanied act of house breaking and was sent up tant occasion were a little late in arrivMr. S. E. Lickey to his home nnd it looked as if they would certainly her boh, for three years under the name of Jesse ing and it was l):2o before the eager specHard- -, Queen- -, Tin- and Glassware. nt Gallatin. Teiin., and is now the guett break their record so far this season by Walker. .. winning a game of ball. But alas! the tators laid eyes on the happy pair. The of his family. Mil Will Cit.uo, ropresentine a New HarrodsburgH, with whom they were to The Queen Crescent route will sell bridal couple was preceded by Rev. W. S)rk eh'thing house, is here showing play, failed to put in an appearance ami tickets at greatly reduced rates to Niag- E. Ellis and little Misses Dora and An bis samples nnd celling goods. He car- t le good crowd of spectators saw no ara Falls and return for their train s nie Baughman and were followed by the game at all, save a three inning game by which will arrive in Cincinnati on June following attendants; Miss Eddie Adries H trunk-Mis9 Fox Pensixoton returned yes- a picked up nine, which was merely a 22d, in time to make connection with ams, Will Baughman; Miss Mattie Owsley, GeorgeSpillman; MissNancy Baugl.-ina'terday to her home at Middlesboro, after little practice for the I. Js. Our boys, special train on tho C. C. C. it St. L. : For rates, leaving at l:S0 r. m. Mr. dimming; Miss Mamie Dunn, a very pleasant visit to her friends, together with tiie spectators and Manager Hurley, wondered why the Har- - sleeping car space, etc., call on any tick- Mr. Roberts; Miss Lizzie Dunn, Joe Misses Annie, and Mary Alcorn. AT- of Crab Orchard,; rodsburgs did not come, but finally the et agent or address D. G. Edwards, G P. Severance; Miss Louise Bailey, George Miss Eddie Sin vkl, Woods, and the ushers, J. II. Baugh- Lena Wellp, of Junction City, and Hu-- 1 schedule was looked at and it was seen A., Cincinnati. man and Will Dunn. The bride was ber Turner, of Louisville were here to that we were to play on their grounds The opening ball at Linnietta Spriucs, beautifully attired an it was then discovered that base in white bilk, entrain, eec the base ball Tuesday eveing. Tuesday evening, proved a most delightwith bridal veil, and was a true type of Misa Bkttik Paiuo.nb has returned hall teams are no; managed like aomeof ful occason. Capt. Thomas. Richards institutions that are the Kentucky woman, whose beauty is rom Lebanon, where she has been tho had left nothing undone to make it enteaching. She is accompanied by little known to mankind. The I. Js. will of joyable and the young folks who at- known far and near. The present Mrs. Fox was a most popular young lady nnd ' course have to pay the forfeit of z'2o and Miss Carrie Showers, of that place. tended from here aro profuse in their her amiability it no douot will prove a lesson to them drew to her friends bv Mif.Ks Aliiu Moons, A Hie Fish, of the elegant hop and supper and The Harrodihurgs are praise the score. With accomplishments and tie Dillion, Ora Wilmore and some other in the future, CollctVS, JLcimeS, the reception given them. The surl guuuI UJUKt'ii lu'iuiy, .l of Crab Orchard's prettiest girls and 1.1....1 iur iii'ru ..!.... oiieu necessary 10 ui roundings of Linnietta Springs, probably Coolers, there is no reason why she will best dancer, will upend n part of July game may be expected. Our namesakes evcel any in the State and as a lover's not make a help meet in every 6ense of are in good trim now and it's dollars to at Green Briar Springs. retreat it is a model indeed. The sce- the word and one that her husband will Miw. Dcdlkv Poutwood, of Fort Worth' doughnuts they will not prove so soft a nery around is beyond the description hive every reason to feel proud of. Tl.e Texas, is the guest of her brother, Hon. snap as they havo done so far of tiie pen and the hotel and fare, grcom is a young man of rare business W. II. Miller. Her sister, Mrs. Malin-d- a A F.uit. From the present outlook using a slang expression, are "away tact and of most exemplary habits. At who has been visiting her, Haydeu, The hop, at which Stanford is dead certain to have a fair. out of sight." present he is in the livery business at accompanied her, and is also at Mr. Some CO shares have been gotten up by the beauty and chivalry of the surDanville, but has for years been an exMr. P. W. Green and a meeting was held rounding country were present, was tensive dealer in stock of all kinds. AfMiss A.noik Dalloi', of the faculty of Tiie bent Wednesday after- pleasant in every particular. at tho the Clifton Forge, Va., Female Seminary noon, to collider the best action to take of order was preserved and nothing was ter the wedding the newly made couple and a few of their immediate friends and Miss Flora Ballon, a pupil, have re Those in the matter. Hustonville has decided done to marr tho enjoyment. and relatives repaired to the bride's home. Miss Flora won a valuu-turned not to have one and it is no reason why who attended from hero were: Misses mother's, Mrs. Annie Baughman, where bio prize for being tho best essayist. old Lincoln one of the best counties in Helen Sauiley, Lottie Dillion, Mary they enjoyed a delightful Mn. Will. Shanks, one of the most d supper, should not have one some Daviess Dudderur, Ora Wilmore and by Mrs. Bauglunan's skilled hands. popular young men who attended Cen- tlioStato and Messrs. H. T. where in hor borders. At the meeting And the wool better. Dip your Sheep just after shearing. tre College here last season, returned to Judge W. E. Varnou va selected chair- Iluber TurnerCarson, John Smiley, Tom After spending a few days with relatives Clias. C. here, Mr. and Mrs. Fox will go to DanHo at Stanford Saturday. his home It and Gabo Lackey, Jim Reid, W. A. Trib- ville to reside. The Intkiuoii man and E. C. Walton secretary. a half gallons of Dip to 100 gallons of water will dip 150 will send the Advocato an occasonal Jouhnal Two and wnsdecided that 100 shares would be ble, E. II. and Joo Jones, Jack Turner Sheep. wishes them both a long lifo of all hapnews letter during his vacation and sold at $10 each and that the dato would and Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Keller. piness tliis world can afford and that they will add another good feature to bo Wednesday and Thursday, July 13 tho paper. Advocate. Miss Bodinger is each day the love whicluiow exists shall CoLLhOE Notes. and li the dates Hustonville was to Tiiosk excellent teachers, Misses Louis vacation at her hom at grow greater and greater. havo had. The chairman appointed J. speuding the Tipton and Gertrude Howard, whoso P. Crow, P. W. Green and W. W. Havs Krlanger. She will accept a position at "rvires in the faculty of Stanford Fo- NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Bonham, Texas, next year, or accompato solicit stock and afterwards appoint5imalo College are highly appreciated, left ed P. W. Green, Joel T. Embry and S. ny her invalid mother to California, ? Tuesday for their respective hoinen, J)y- committee to see to tiie where she has a brother residing. MUs OR Ky. It will M. Owens a ersburg, Tenn., and Ghent, securing of grounds, the cot of grand Kirtley is at her homo in Ludlow. Both many friendH glad to know make their stand, etc. As yet no phve has been de- of theso ladies made many friends in that they will return in the fall for by cided on to hold the exhibition, but at Stanford and leave tho college highly AIlHOW.V MARE PONY, about t hands high, mano and ull, roached, a small lump im their gentle manners they havo tho meeting Satinday afternoon nt U commended for their deportment and back. Irtter "K" lirindcilon left jaw; alio a brand themselves to all. Miss Nellio on left hi Any one civins any Information p management. o'clock the committee will make its re- elllciency by tho to !iurre.oory will receive a liberal reward. Tipton, a pretty pupil, returned with 8 W. J. ROMANS, Lancatter, Kr. Tipton is with hor mother at Miss ports as to the location of the proposed her sister and a number of our young fair fair grounds and we believe wo will Tenn., but will return in Sepmen went i9 far as they could on the tember to tako the place in the College be able to stand alongside tiie rest of the 'train with tho party. fl fair. This which sho baa so admirably filled for the counties with n year there will be uo trots, but an excel- last two years as teacher of mathematics CITY AND VICINITY. acalnit lent display of stock and cattle is prom- and Latin. .Miss Tipton has done splen- S. All rerton havinc claims requeuedtheto ettateo W. Glveni, deed., are preient ?nL"iT Jareat McKinney Bros. ised and it is more than likely by next did work at tho College. To her thor- them 10 us by the jtti of Auguit next. :. W. U1VKNS, Peabody Normal just received. And examine the Studebaker. Car-loa- d G C. GIVENS. ?nurr jars at J. T. llocker'd, Turners. year wo will have a first class place to ough training nt the G L. SUKliER. College, aho has added two years of hard nbil'ty of tho race horse. test the ville. &mi-Weekly Interior Journal! !""" i j! -- " HOT ! i ! wai.ton.bub. HI HOTTEST I Mc-liohe- rth'. m - Keep Everybody Cool, OUR NEGLIGE & WHITE SHIRTS, Hiu-din's- . m .Nt Prices That are Sure to Move Them. SOME EZZCiEItlEXTT d BAHGAI1TS Mul-hous- ht JOHN HUGHES. m m -- J Pea-bod- j A. A. Warren's to-da- y free-han- d "Model Grocery" Fox-lJHUg- FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING WAX, &G. M.6.RUPLEY,-- d I Var-no- n's - IgjfewfattttHjKtlte(f l . i -- 1 Spring & Summer Goods FARRIS & HARDIN, - 1 - Staple & Fancy Groceries m Just Received a Beautiful Line . Chamber Sets and Lamps. 3 mil-wa- y, i, BEiA&OAlBOIi rO((DID Hi ( 1 B.K.&W.H.Weareivs. Traces, ' well-know- n Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, ators, White Mountain Freezers, Water I 11 Pads, nap-piue- Leonard RefHei htc. Mil-le- r'a Cures Scab nnd Itch, 'Kills Ticks mid Uce, courr-houh- e, 4 pre-pire- Makes Your Sheep Healthier MoKXSTETSr Mul-lin- s, BEOS. STRAYED STOLEN. Do You Need ji a Wagon ? lead-iti- g, K two-day- Notice to Creditors. CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S i - " ", ' r ? ' 1. ft I f. T t t t K Training- and Breaking- Stable. man on this question. Sondndaw Smith i 3SOEL. camo next nnd stated that he wasn't as Is a Canr"IJate fir Circuit Judge In the 11th Dishnva opned up A M 1'ence's SUM and There are more drummers in town well known ns speaker as Ewell and a Course and am now prepaied to handle hors- trict, subject to the ,c:.n of thedeiuncraiii. party than Carter linil oats. I have Mr. Pence's old es in the best manner Ramsey, but if the colored men present trainer. Roily Morgan, one of the bei tin the bus Dr. T. 1. Caldwell is erecting a HI. C. SAUFLEY, men, inoutn or ill Every Tueaday and Friday haudsome verandah in front of his resi- wanted to know if ho was in sympathy Valuable Lands and Town Properly, them lorw$10, handle nones at ai j aduring the urea, Publtabod furnishing leediny time. AT I have all the equipment, such as harness, sails, with them, the record could bo seen by Of Lincoln, lin Candidate for Circuit Judge In dence. Ac Glva me a trial this Judicial dwirut, subject loth action 01 the 2 JPJCI- - YKAU IT looking at the poll books, as he had voCurrant Circuit Court Democracy TILrOKD MKSSKR, Stanford, Ky. The London brans baud band has ns Widow, Arc . I'lalntltTs, against Wad It. Walker's not so paid $2.50 will be charged "5fl haudsotne uniform as you will find in ted for them and the grand and glorious Tattle Tcrrlll, Ac, Defendants republican party every time, and then IW 1 1 V. HIL'GHIiS the State. virtue nf a iudement of trip Garrard Circuit LOCAL TIME CARD. Hew, the Hint struck the steel Court at its February term.iSoJ,!!! theaUnestsM Pittsburg big nine and the Lon- - the fire The Is a Candidate lor Commonwealth's Attcrnev In ,ult' ! wlllon Ihltthe ijth Jucfttlal Dutrut, ul,5 l Train i,aves Rowlaud at 7.00 a. rn., returning Jou p'By a game of ball Friday and flashes of lightning came forth nnd itls I will deliver 'ce every morning in Stanford and lion nl the Demecrnvy nnd the colored men present remarked,1 Wednesday, Juno 15, 1892, Rowland nt one cent per noun J or sisiv cents per at Pittsburg. hundred lu t.ini fclir. All mounts due Ustoreseh week lfAt L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. i.i ii.tiv ruvil, lint it tun olt;fc. cut St ... lie At ti "Mock a. rn or theitwl-'uHUMt Crops are tine so far nnd our Swiss JAME-!- ' ell to the hlih-e- t iftf IJ. rUcCrcary Stanford. Ky Gov. of ... the lato bidder at public Mill train going North citizens say theru will be more grapes too wanted a chance to ride in a car Wad II Waller In outcry at Countr. Ky , the folGnrrard South Isa Candidatv Inr Conws fn tS Stli Cuenn. with an honest colored man. He also io ing Tracts of Land and Tu Prupert) , If ii 25 a m this year than ever known before. Eipress train " South ,.... aional Olstrii of .... " North W Freight North Tract No I omtnlmnit n THE SUELTOK HOUSE, oflhe Dmn.rati K4tta...r. .uhii iK. I'ljism The Kev. Mrs. E. Oliver Spencer, of said tho main reason of the pmsage of therelsanelejatit new jj; Acre, uin which Lical brick dnUlng-huSouth- -- 5 "Pm Ohio, is holding an interesting meeting this act was because somo of tlje young and plettdid Im with good outbuilding ROWLAND, KY. The tatter trains alto carry passengers, provement ol nil kind colored men were outstripping and S. OWSLISY, No. "contains 13 Acre. on standard time, Solar at the Christian church. The ladies are Tract The above ii calculated the white democratic legislntois' Tract No. 1 contains ijjS Aer time it about so minutei fatter a CaoslMate Is delighted with her. Comrcofiwcnlth't Attorney, tub This House hat been refitted throHghoet; has tofMratelr The three Tract will bo rirt offer Jet to the action of the Democratic parl,inany K. M. Jackson bought in Louisville boys in education, kc. I forzot to men- and Iheti a hole and tho bid or Mils ncs pW Jse)ieial District to which Lincoln county may be QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. most motiet A LIVERY ATTACHED. assigned. last week the lightniug race mare, Polly tion above that Hrother Ewell want- that will ritllte thetime and place the fnUnwiu; AKi ed a law passed, nlso, to hang nuy demo- lots In at the same M.idlon counts Kv ttt Nh. Transient custom solicited Trains pass Juncthn City as tollowv ' Klrksvllle, V. Hughes, and has a pair now that will Q A C Special iiidim Fat; Acrt", upon which thteje Is -otitalaln crat found attempting to debauch any splendid J W CARRIER, Prop HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. Mail u.43 p m ; New Orleans Limited 3 l; p n dwelling house with gd be mighty hard to beat. Special 41P m of nil UniK colored man's wife or daughter. This John Moore, of near Lily, known all Northbound Q A: C Special 357 a rn ; lllue Acre, apmi which there is Lot No. a ceulnin House and Grass Special 5 .o a m Cincinnati Limited 2 o AND SALOON thet ofTer fr tent theGaines Craig,Lot belonging to houn? over the county as Carding Machine reminded me somewhat of a suggestion a largeNo 3 contains 3 Acre estate nf Capt and auToiiuntf p. m.; tnst Mail 2 41 p. m lot Dr J II Otrsley.eu Hmtonville street, "i.iiiforo, in V. F. B.V letter from Williamsburg AT ROWIANH Tho sale will be made on a credit ol Term John, is lying at the point of death at Ky It ha rlgnt looms, gooil well and necessary to exmonths, outhouses. his home, ulllicted by some spinal troub Tuesday, which cau be easily picked and ubonds withthe purchor belnc retiulrvd to the approved security. MyaMe S-A.Lr M. McKnliKRTS Agent out. When the committee on resolu- ecute t'otnintssloHer, haslng the force amtetlect Master E. le and softening of the brain. il.it Ms'.ciu, Ky Judgment, upon which csmuIIor tions reported, resolution No. 1 read as of a patdatmuturit),nnd bearln? 6 permay Inter-if I offer for sale privately mv frame Hotel and cent A compauy composed of four blind not paid and with a lien re- Saloon at Rowland, which are now renting at Jo? day of people, two women and two men, were follows, to.wit: We approve of the call est fromupon the ale uulll as additional security for per month. It centrally located and a tine point prowrly of the republican convention nt "Indian-olis,- " tained in blood, ior basinets, being at a ttrrrtii.il point 011 a illuslhepurclM inoue). k. . iu K.aii'i. to have given nn entertainment here ou ' Muster Com'r Garrard Clrcwt Court. It has good well, stable coal ion ef the L. . Minn.," nnd some three or four night, but failed to do so on Saturday house and other necessary outt.utldiiigs. Adetes and MRothers in regard to the republican party, MARVC FI'RRILL, stinfotd account of the lack of an audience. nnd finally two about the subject on Tom Pridemore, (jolly, good natured which they j weie called to discius and Tom) who became insane while serving resolute. Kev. H. Patterson was then1 on the grnud jury at the last term of cir- appointed as it delegate to represent Dealer in General Merchandise, cuit court, died last Sunday aud was Lumber and Shingles. a collec Highest cash market price paid aurei ai Lexington tne ami The Goods told for cash only It gives me pleasure buried Monday. After his allliction he tion taken to bend, in which the aforeto state to the publk in general that I am dmng for tried in every way to get an opportunity mentioned dollar was piomptly laid on nicely under the Cash System and that the pe ple are rapidly catching n to the fact that it it the to kill himself aud I am told finally re- the table for the benefit of- - somebody's ler Ihey belter system, both lor the buserand speedy, also know that wli j.rJ for about a third less fused to take any nourishment until he candidacy. was in sympathy He than my comftilrs shoilm relit hutinets effective of all died. member that I keep constantly on hand a splenwith the object of the meeting, believ &c, at blood-purifier- s. Dry Goods, Oro.erles, tlvth did atsortmont of Geo. Baker, 01 Mt. Vernon, who has ing and knowing that the colored men ing, Hoots, Shoos, Hats and the like Call In and v. see my stoik--, which It replenished almost dauy fc in this section beeu associated with V. II. Jackson & CO.. tire always orderly, nor do M. F. J t MILIUM Rowland. Kv srnr Co. the past two years, and Mrs. Maggie they seem to care in what car they ride, 3j 1)1 SrvNFOD. KV. you. will NOTICE TO THE Jackson, widow of John C. JnckEon, but as anybody would, object to hate married atthelatter's residence, Kev. J. any of their rights restricted. The sep K. Struve otllciatiug. This is the hand- arate coach bill is nn net not in keeping DR. V. B. some widower and lovely widow your with the times, or with our new const. I have opened in connecti-with my Hotel, the mentioned some time tutiou and I would donate a dollar or correspondent siuce. two to the republican brother if I could Office South side Main meet, in office recently vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Mrs. Jack McGee nnd Misses Jessie see Ewell, Kameey and Smith on a seat ..A V H j and Belle returned to London ednes-da- y in a coachvcach beside a colored man or Hav.nu'HoutfM out the Jewelrv tltud ut WILLIAM 'liiic out ttt fr Vi.Vtort tho slrutrit. I am of several months either one eat a meal or take n drink A. S. after an absence I'irSt-ClaS- S atre.lu.e.1 rattomnke rmm for an entire lie I'aler in the ' e LlVCrV line AligoiRlsarUticall in Indiana aud Central Kentucky. Geo. u itli one. Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs SURGEOy DENTIST. Andoterthe services of it to the public, flrand Kaufer is back from Louisville. Laten, oiiciieu a ape ulty. i.c issue an! mke my I'crsoHs Office .on .Main street, oter W. B. McRobertt hating .it of the .hnT .'min.t stock Drug Store, Stanford. SMOOTHING HARROW. Belle Moore, children of A. j Elmer and same, wri ! well ..r..iniii.m,Bi toc.iio, ..radii.... Tho Bost in metho i,n,.n P. Moore, arrived Wednesday from the A Splendid Homemade Implement for sears io IM ' U.inr. lias ir'n ..I hrftll (n a call. .h.I Goe Destroying: AVeeili. I hmk I .in mikr Qro6il.U h.k Deaf and Dumb Institute nt Danville. 1...... P V (.RrEN. Proprietor R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. McCalla Fitzgerald and family are bitek I had made audwller. f O a lrs. st.oforj, Ks. The harrow 10 At. BURNS, Manager Oftce at the Myrr Mesi.e for a special purpose (harrow from a visit to his relatives in George- - corn for ensilage being 011 r DENTIST. Boyd has been spending crop), and it does so much better work Is moving to the Higgins otlice, Lancaster street. town. Judge Nitrous Oxide G11 given for painless extracting the most of the week at home. Humand so much faster than any ready- 1 liss isetice forewarns heelers, rsheSHis an I STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ethers Not to teeefat phrey Farris has moved his family into made drag I ever saw that I would not eor lands ottlsojt per aslsssejs, as ad sii.h w STANFORD. KY , ptosecuted its the lu the residence recently occupied by Geo. like to be without it. It is just as good ettMt of the law (ire4 : C. Sl.bPOOVAMOoRK who has moved to Lancaster. for killing weeds in potatoes ns in corn. DE. M. CRAIG, T. Fan's, I- R. IIUCK. M The Held should bo Hon. A. R. Dyche is back from Minne- two or three days harrowed as soon as TIIOIAC. IWLL after planting, nnd Homeopathio Physician, $TBltl.K,lLKV apolis, looking as fresh as a surely twice si week until tho corn is 4 Thoroughly Repaired on Short- - JThis Motel, renovated and refurnished, it new A. M. J'KLANl) 11. W. U A INKS. as te - - KENTUCKY, and is still for Blaine. Henry P. Brown, to 0 inches high. Uho one horse until STANFQRD, In my char-- c sad I intend te conduct It est Notice. IA.MrISOIVr.VS. to add not only tnaiNtain its huh reputation, but Missthe corn i up nicely nnd then use two j I. S. IMIILLlPi, Office Hours: 10 to 12 a m.; t to 3 p. m.; S to Jr., is home from Centre College. bpeciat accommodato Its ion; lut et friends s'p. m. ANION RKNACKKR tions for eownercut traselcrs and rlee rooms for Boreing have returned horses, always driving between tho es Juliaand Belle CLARK KKVNOLPs OfHce on Lancaster street, opposite thedltploy ef samples. I t.At KOWlIi" from school at Oxford, Ohio. Mrs. V. rows so as not to trample on corn or r i m:vland row. A B. Catching returned Tuesday from New W W. HAV The woodwork of this C 3DK. i.RKI)I.MIN MANS Castleandbrou)jhther8on,Ro8Coe,who of gootl. seasoned white harrow is all And MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached. I oak. painted IIAI JOSEPH COPFKV jTt has beeu attending school, home witfi three coats, with Venetian red drv Office opposite Coffey Houe, TO "LOCUST GROVLher. Miss Kittie Jnckon, who has been mixed in raw oiL The teeth can bo ' I am agent - NATIONAL BANK KcntucVy Hedge attending school at Shelby ville, returned made of old sulkv hav rake teeth. ? Fence Co. it for The Centraloffer the semcts of ' Lancaster, and inches, or get square steel and both m j self and the Company in the citizens of OF STANFORD, KY Monday, accompanied by her friend, 196m the in lengUis nnd have sharp- Lincoln county. I am sery thaDkful fordealing j FOR SALE Mies Bird, from l.exineton. Misses Sal-- cut making-teetto al patronage recelscd and hope by lair ened, about 7 inchos long meiit a continuance. Farmers in neesl of a ifiod CapitalStock- lie and Bettie Baugh have returned from The finest Farm and richest soil m Lmc la to , nna me at tne .mjcm instaiiior BEAZLEY, ' school at Midwav. Miss Lucy White, of nnti tinve down even wttn topof licams, fence hiLvviiir Vtvuii unr, MISS L1CCIE l.ao-l- . situa. Surplus comprising sso acres o .11 CHtii I will given bill of the material needed ted ithin two miles uf Stsn.ofd, Use ruuniy seat M. W. JOHNSON. Wn by the Shelby City turnpike of Lincoln w. for such n drag. Fronted Manchester, is visiting the family of DreSS Attention of the pu1.1! is in.itel )i the fit sad accessible to the Manfoid and Dantllle turn Twenty beams 2x2x feet, planed on C. Pitman. Corner Mam and Depot Streets, pike. 1 his is one or tho best Mock I arms in Ike that this is the only Notional Hank in sinlord lmlcr the provisions ot tne Naiiinal rUr.k At S cross rails J.2.3 feet, pinned In a high state of cult! nil sides; region ami is L Kentucky, The colored people of Laurel coun- - on all sides; doubletree the Stauford, ration Abundance of water lor all putfMt.es Jcrpotitors are se.ured not only liabilitv capita" 1x4x18 feet; 1&0 8 rudders lur ar Soil is ferule and is su.Ublc for the crowing of stock, but hv Ihe assembled in convention last Tuesday l'JO steel teeth l e.jual tj the slk. so mat depositors sc Has just received a lundsom- - l.ne ofSpnnwr ami .? inches, round or Dealer In hen p loksno. com tail nstai Ihe land is ired by a fund of $iovo mmer Millinery and invites her friends and the witll the liubh'shed intention of enter- - square; 4 iron braces if x 1x4 feet; 10 located so that it cau be Unided and two Aw this InsiituHm a public generally to csii in ami set nrst cnoice . Farms made The improvements are a large and Five sworn .uieme'its f theconditioo of the bank small clevises; 0 feet iron rod Foreign and Domestic Fruits, commodious dorelheg a cnuvemenl stock barn, are Made ech ear t. tne United States jovsro-itlel- it H ats anJ itonnels trimmed in the latest stte hy ui" tneir protest against the separate and its asset, are saaashsed at staled tuurs ,Ve., the best of frolt of all kinds. et molt artistic hands. rorintor chitlns of S or 5 links. Cjucli bill. After as much discussion as for draw rods; Confectioneries. Ac y Koveramem K It JOM.S, Stanford 'ent, thus securing addmtona matio.,, apply to tnd perfect Wely 14 laiotilra li lONhs. u- white folks have on such occasions, a lias with Dim a first class baler and ean luraiht Thss Institution, rnhmuly established as the V R1I.K, rinevihe I read, Cakes and the like on short notice. DeHOMt fhsak of Slsjilord la sftl. then rr.-.committee was tifjjiuiuicu In uiaii .... lu .I..A... ui a ike Natseoal Back of Stanford in ivj and led ' resolutions. While this committee was I am Agent for the Celebrated Sijaisi the Hirst NatHmat flank ot 11. Falls Branch Jcllico Coal Co.' sunlord is. iJj. has hd practKallyati uninter: Company, Co). R. L. Ewell, James out Deering : Harvesting rupted etislenteof , j itrt It it btier supplied Miners ami shippers of the GENUINE transact.And offer their Machine to the people oftincoln D Smith and Hon. W. It. Uitmsey (all prompt AGENT ly0v with taciiuies lorever before bstsinesslotig and REAL and liberally than is us countv. Their Hinders aie unevcelleu anu tneir white were called on the inside of the ttofserabte career Accounts corporations, Reapers and Mowers stand the highest ot any IL firms and n.diviJ .! rs.rri'-fld Ky. the market. Also keep all kinds of futures on bar to address the audience. Office at First hand. Pee me before purchasing n J H UAUGHMAN. Col. Ewell is candidate for circuit judge National Hank The Directory ol this HttaV m a number of F VRMS for sale ol the i have ija te Rowlaud Ollkt corner ol Depot street and -Land. in Llmam coynty. ""'"" . ' in the new district, composed of this aud j scry best K """ r. J. foster, ofStaulWsl; crossing. lliese Farms are all well imi raved and ireod WATTS 0 HUJGIS'S Poretsns Kesd, !.isln ctfemty ; '. other counties, and consequently it was rich lands, rtinmng in sie from jo to ceo Acre. Considering iheis lotaliiy. their richness and ferJ.W. Haydee. Staeiotsi; an opportunity worth not less than n tility of v.il the cosiveaieuce jf turnpikes itd railI It tUu thane, I.Hicista; roads that bring markets right to our door, they DOXST'T dollar to him. He went back to Phnrn-. M. J. Mllfer, Mi. VerM the Ijn.Ii of aay other county in arecher 1ih.n is scarcely a Faun in the coun. ST MMrk I.hwdBi the Sute hctc Yourself to death when ou can always find some- ah's time to beuin with and proclaimed MMKR IS ty oter miles frum a dfel ot. thing palatable ami nice at J.. I. IWher SMfcN; his belief that althuugh their tkin was ' Ihe cuuhis is checked with turnpikes ruanlK 0 A. Uehey, Usseesn; not a puidtc road en There direction inevcry black, their souls were as whito as ids, T 1'. II,$isBferd. termor tbe county scat inai is 1101 .MacnasHBtrai if they were honest, Vc., (you see "the We have the Knosvilie Ilraucts ol the L A N. 11 JESSE D. WEAREN'S, W. O. U'eteh, Stanford And Country I'r.Kluce, , goods K. dividing the county from hast to Weal and the point). And then he branched on" on Has opened his stock and Is refldy to serve c. s. R It Irorn North to smith; the K C, It. It. W.I. Tale, Staafoid from the nirsets, the gardens "Who keeps Iresh the people of Stanford and vicinity. He is erier- - . ..- - ..1 - ;. ...,.. ,, omcttRSrv viiistiniiS sv..n,si .i..A a i the lepublicau party and the glories IIUI1 and orchards ing unheard of itargalns nnd all who want go.l ., tVl... ' sv BUl- - fui access to the market! . . J IlKker, President; KikhIs it the loweit iKslble prices snoulil call on thereof, something entiroly foreign to j the whole wind. Deludes, ue have three larie him on Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pike ao John J. MrHoberts, Caohser, I'Uur MitU in the county that .ve us market the subject on winch he was asked to Choice Fruits and Vegetables, A. A IcKio:v. Assistant CashUr for all our grain Tiifls t at home; and tne develop ' mentof the mounMiii regions ol Kastern and Cakes, Crackers, speak. He thought as the negro was STANFORD TIIK Candies, Kentucky hv luilrouds and the out- - j xood enough to cook the white demo- by tailroads has created such deoiastd let Co. of c emit and uroteiNler that necun j meals, good enough to make his Co. lor all kinds enough lor homecunsumptlon. scarcely retain Drummers' Lunch lliscuits. Graham Wafer, Ke- - ciat's OF STANFORD, KV.. eption Flakes and eserytlunj nice and good to crops and their women good enough for. he people arc prosperous, cenerout and kind, ' ... ........ ... 'I .... . , li.li.ti.-eat. osta egooasaito-y- ii toaccumuiaie. W..V.I... ... f'l,.akllu init. ..!.,. lit.. hiiii to sleep with, he was good enough j Has contracted utthresnonsiMe firm lor Its rUoi. is not a neighborhood in the county but has a Is new fully orfamiiM and toady for busiaoss with ' and will hate the Ice and Klectric Plants cohidIs gcod church and Uj ride in the same car with, and wound tod about sixty davs; the Water I'lant soon af- Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Stanford, the county seat uf Lincoln. up in praise of brother Ben Harrison, ter. Aml inh.sb taut sVndperous tittle city uf about ' In order to place individual contracts in ad- the ffreat dooruav from tne North and '& - SurPlus19,000. vance for Water and Electric I.i'ht, tbcCoi-pan- y The bet Fluur Intowe. Sweetest Hams In the the republican party, Lincoln and the east South and from the Northwest to .Son the proclamation of emancipation, IIOMEMADi; SMOOTHING HART.OW. oflrs the following market. I'rlces as LOW than anywhere ngnt inter-- . cat andstanduitasit doesmountsB ns of Into tlic ho.- - SVCCtiSSOH loTHK riTrH,ri. VATlnvst Necessary water pipes will bo laid, connected to nm nf ike uiidrtidiHxd citv. Goods delivered Iree of charzo. I'riduce if C, Iron A, beams: D, HANK OF STANFORD, hpersed with the curon, sabre, hiinnie ' iiniih1tpnn F H, cross rails, tit.fTtt1 brace: CI mains at actual cost lor pipe and work. aH kinds taken in exchange Give sue a call. Kentucky backed up by the whole illue Gias lirsTsTr alfnff riif- - It f . Wf Electric tttres put Ir. and necessary fixtures fur- region ot the State wtlhrailroads runnlnc thrn uph .No'vchM.n up) witii the same assets and under JLSE D WEAKEN. uiui nun siiiokc 01 mo ittie unpleasant eztr holes in djubletrec for nide rows the mm (r.aagement. nished free ol charge it to all points of the compass, make, itnaiunlh By piuvtsns of its cluster, depositors are ns To be of brt quality and guaranteed to Rite one of tne best loc.teil towns In the bouth fti't nee. His was a ppeecb aa in a syeech iuliv protected as ate depositors in National chains of 0 links; 40 bolts 1 Oxl satisfaction. mannfactures and other enterprises of raagnttuj The schedule of adopted rates It from 1 to 50 Water Works are now beinir aci'ated and riffit ' Hi..s, its slureholdeis being held individually aud such as on.y he can make. Hon. inches; 8 bolt Inches. A. G. Lniihan) Jahn U. Cattleman b.e to the extent of the amouut of their stock per ceut. lower lliai is usually tlvon ahmitithree-fourth- s ol a mile j aboue the town linm-e- y XV. H followed a little mote I made out a bill of what I wanted K... ni.1.1 K. MrMrf.d Water Works wilb v.rv therein at the par value thereol, in addition to tbe calmly for awhile, didn't think the sep- and had it got out nnd I put it together Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. llltleccst that would supply a city of iso.ooo in- - ' mount tntestedin auch snaioa. It may actus ' "tor, administrator, trustee, Ac., as fully as habitsuts with the purett and best wuier in the n in.livKlual it. It is my arate coach bill nag riyht and oxplaiued invself und my world Our liulecttv h.t been nettly rebuilt in of 3 rooms, one faucet To thote wha MBIni.l. 5 00 ih- - last fev veaisaml its business ho isee aril res ktr 184.108.40.206,.... ia us Ihat4he cause of the act mih tlio ncciilcn. own invention nnd no patent so any .ich additional renin jo with lurgrr cities ol greater while maaglHi; the Lincoln Natioml Hank ot additional faucet ho a a hach Itanks m iliences will compare ca" siiNtard, tte we here tenderour many thanks and 'V A talflliootingof n whitela.lv by a colored1 "no, Our merchants and tradesmen ate pretensions .l they J 'V a business slantlnjf back, and sidewlse nlso. Stores, private, and 1'iitate Offices, faucet... 5 00 all prosperous and Joiner well We have twe trust u. will continue to tr.ntact their.... ..one faucet llaths, ............ - brt-ej to banks uilh a captul stock ol Soo,oco that arc with Loulsvi llf and Lrankfort nf..u inai. Thc sectipn, are hunij to doubletree Hose attachment lor sprinkler 5 00 lion ta same, our twenty years" experience in ooj rouilitlon. lost Summer, and as for himself he had ' just as far apart as rows are If rows Stables, private, one animal ..... a co prospetnus a.'d in a fsrhnols. We hate a Female banking and at liberal accommodations as are conWe have plc did ., Each additional animal 00 College, a larce brick building, with over too pn sistent Willi sound banking. as soou ride by an holiest (?) color- - tiro close nnd the sections bother about jut OF LIVERPOOL. pits tu attendance and under the prii iial.hip ot DIKCCtoks: ed man us to have a Heat in a kin'n jumping on each other, lengthen chains Electric Light Kates. M Hubbard, is in a llourishiuc condiProf. J J.J. Williams, Mt, Vernon; tion. Weal.nhavea heminary th.t i a jood and ii. This riiaricir.' nnd flnallv touched on tlm .mo.l 8 or 10 inches on Xos. For commercial use: F IHakeman at its head We school, with I'rof J. M Hall.Staulurd; I buildings one of Ihe &C ASTLEM AN old republican party, the ouly friend of dragoats very nice for covering flaxseed One arc and three 16 c. p. incandescent lamp JTo e have section of thenest Public School i..o pupils in J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; per) .Slate, with over m or iv when sown by hand, broad- For 16 c p. each incandescent light, per mo. this the negro, his hope and bin only haven. attendance, and with other good private scheoU, S.J. Embry, Stanford ; cast. There nrc extra holes in doubleao MANAGERS, you seu our school facilities are tutcellent 1,2 He didn't want to arouse their prejudij. u. i.ynn, a;nioru j " tree for use on wide rows. Draft rods a$ " We hate elegant church builmii?s, repre.eiilins; A. W. Carpenter, MllleiUeville. every denomination, with a fill! corptoi mtuisters Building, Louisville ces ag.tinst tho democratic pnrty, he fasten to doubletree by clevises, not 3' 'Commerce J, K. Ilaughnmn, Huttonville, For Residence Use: of fias .class talent jnd are duins a better sasd, und was doing it all tho time., IIh shown In the cut. The clevises can For tst 16 c. p iticondescent lamp per mo.., than anv class of men in the city. J. F. Cash, Stanford; Agents throughout the South I have tried to make this statement as facts, iron rod with ends .. wound up by Raying that the bill would be made of William Gooch.LStantord, Ky without anv exaggeration or coloring, as tbosa i, tt .ft .. ., ' ' II. Shanks, President, be a dead letter when it went into e.IVct simply bent nround and not welded, who know will bear no out, nnd those it ho wish ii ,th" ' " to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate bolts for pins, making' For each additional " ). . Oittley, Cathi V7. A. TEIBBLE, Local Ajont, because there were so many democrats nnd use " amonx'a good people with all the best surround Forl.uther information, apply to W. M. flrighl, Teller. n very cheap clevis. George E. Rice, would do well to cull and see me before InK ' STANFOUD. KY. who were in sympathy witli the colored In Ohio J, W. HAYDEN.Sup't, &c. elsewhere Farmer. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journl LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. - - II. T. Commissioner's Sale 1 Tret-tin- s' 4 S . ij-Wh- en K.. ICE! ICE JOHN M- - 1 : t, -- . "''J! I horm-te- nd James 1 11 1.1 . to-tnr- y e, ing J. 'r JU., V .1 , South-boun- d 1 1 .v oue-sto- liluo-Orn- st B K J two-stor- y . HOTEL s FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor ulcers, catarrh, consumption, use le FOE; 11 - the 15-t- a I I ' , Ayer's Sarsaparilla most economical, safe, and CASH ELKIN I J. H. HILTOIT, ; -, Flie-writ- Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, 1 er j Has Cured Others cure I ' i j PENNY, Dentist. PRICE, TRAVELING PUBLIC. DiuYooliitEft? n f MYERS HOUSE, Stable, MOttKLAM), I I ' Enqraved FreeofCharqe J x&xr' btd j i -- country. j i.J An.ii,t,t.i .hi . . ffflWatches, , 1 I i. - m Clocks THE GOFFEY HOUSE POSTED. JOHN Jewelrv JOSEPH COFFEV.JPro'r. - J court-hous- 39-'- jr v B. H. DANKS, THE FAIOIERS. r First-ClassISalo- on J. A. A.MOIT, Stanford, Kentucky. ! ( I IiU-r- - FAUM, FIRST STOCK Illuc-GrM ss 1 hi S200,000 liUlUlier and Maker , 18,500 j 1 t- - i2JEiTaManiisD Ittue-Gra- ): j inso-ia- 1 X-in- j A To Farmers. - I l j j son-inda- J irmA S- n t. ursii, -- court-hous- e Original Jcllico Coal, A-- i ESTATE Stanford, ss - rt.iu-siMi- y solir-le- r.i 1 rau-ro- sd I cesn-e- sl , STAHITE 1 c. poTDaiLr,, e- General lYlcrcliaiiclie, 11 f .. -- - - V - -- ' j , South-easter- n Watertight and Ice 111 Farmers Bank&Trast '1 , j i . M.r-- 11 a . Staple Groceries, Provisions, 111 ss.hool-hout- .) 111 1 - ... ISI South.-aaier- n ,' '' - - I 5-- j ROYAL -- J boy-painte- d rnsuranee Company, en "f 1 1 -- -- f V- 1 1 11 BARBEE dl ss pur-hasi- tl 95-i- yr rv t""-: -f- v. Cfht'laie. , M