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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892062401 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. ,.."'3- -' Semi-WeeklVOL. XX. Katydid Back (To the Editor Interior Journal.' . . t .. n.. 111 "- - Uttll A1UT 1 EUllll Willi l y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JUNE 24. 1892. NO. 34 DANVILLE. GARRARD COUNTY. LANCASTER, Rochester, late of Stanford. The remains will probably be brought to Danville for Mr. A. G. Karseuer, of Lexinuton,, George Wallace, a little negro, had .11.1... " went back! """.,,1.1.l.. ..t ..I ' :. - . I1. interment. Mrs. Heatty died about n his leir broken Tuesday while riding be' nrnl V year ago, leaving no children. hind a surrey. tt!i"K after his real estate. U '. MY ENTIRE STOCK AT uu," l '.'" """ V " 7 son of .Smith Montgomery IOII1H8, In the police couit Tuesday, Alex. .i...... MT. VERNON, ROOKCASTLE COUNTY. meeting 01 memories: i juai died Tuesday nt th home of his fathGoins was lined $30 and costs for furnishveil between my heart and the South er, near Born to the wife of Joo Kamsey, a ing liquor to a minor. Parksville, of consumption, aged ami fell to loving as I never loved 23. boy. Miss Liilie Grant entertained a fnw blue grass country, my own The streets are undergoing n clean- friends Tuesday evening in honor of Tlie infniit child of .Mr. and Mrs. Those needing adjusted Watches can get the following movements Kentucky. I paw it in the zenith of its Frank Wulton, aged about Miss Eugenia Denny, of Lexington. ten days, ing, which greatly improves thuir at prices stated: 1J. W. Raymond's $16, No. 50 Elgin S20; No. 86 glory, waving its bloom in one unbro- died Tuesday night. The little creature George L. Walden has announced Elgin S20; John C. Duber $14, Hampden; John C. Dubcr special ken hen of green all around and about had been very frail from its birth. Rev. John Bell Gibson, of your himself a candidate for circuit clerk, Hampden. Other movements in proportion. AH work neatly when $17, me. it was n little after sundown Mr. Robert WillintiM und Miss Han-- place, filled his regular appointment subject to the action of the democracy. and promptly done. Call and see me. ROBT. FENZEL. the train swept into the gnu uali Good, both of the knob section of here Sunday. The Barnes meetings at the Court-hous- e lovely! There was yet a Ah, it was bo Col. F. L. Thompson was called to the county, obtained marriage license! continue with unabated interest. radiance on the clouds and the far mead- WeiineMluy. He is 18 and she is 1". Pulaski county Wednesday, where his On next Monday evening he will deliver ows, either misty with Ibloom or vapor, one of his famous lectures, "Lost Mary Lizzie Johnson and lieltie sister, Mrs. Mollie Owens, lies very ill. hues oil into purpled with a thou-an- d Henry Mitchell paid '$114 on fines Tribes." the twilight, while steadily lowered the Crittenden were ouch fined 511.40 in the ' imposed for unlawfully celling liquor Lancaster's loafers are now diseasnight over the heaven of the hill- -. police court Wednesday for lighting. and the remainder of judgment sus- ing the presidential campaign. Of couree .Our stock of. Henry Johnson, the husband of Miry Madge and 1 tat with our faces pressed they "knew all the time' who would be pended. Lizzie, was the bone of contention. against the pane, while far down the The liiusicale to bo given this even- the nominees and have virtually settled colorIleUy Bottoms, a West the beautiful day died and was ing at the by Mrs. Belle the election. ed girl, who lived with the family of her bourne by unseen angels from sight and Next kawiay the union meeetings Col. J. T. Burnside and pupils promises to be one Charley Bottom., on as the train swept along through this love uncle, will begin and continue through the Fackler's place, died Tuesday of brain of the most enjoyable of the season. ly country under the dark, It was like .We have. Judge W. L. Brown, of Loudon, was summer months. The first services will fever. The remains were taken to Per- being in Heaven with the lights out. ryyllle for burial in town the tirst of the week on legal bo held at the Presbyterian church conAfter a week's stay at Crescent Hill. Hon. T. C. Bell, of Harrodsburg, was business. E. T. Eish, with Robinson, ducted by Kid. Frank and will comLouisville, so famous for ita beech nooks aunounced him-- ' Pettit t Co., of Louisville, spent Sunday mence at 5:150 o'clock. and groves, where every hour was in town Tuesday and The census of 1S90 shows that there a candidate for circuit court judge and Monday with homefolks. self crowded with delights; wo wandered out The west end of our county has late- were 970,000,000 gallons of distilled spir for this district. He aunounced also to Peweo Valley and on to Frankfort, Judge Hughes had withdrawn from ly had her peaceful dreams disturbed by its, wines and malt liquors consumed in where wo were entertained by Col. K. that for Commonwealth's attor- parties selling too much "tangle foot." the United States during that year. The In plain, plaited, puff and neglige. " the contest The best stock of Summer UnII. Taylor at his charming home, ney. Several indictments have been found consumption per head of population avderwear in town. Scriven's Elastic Seam Drawers are the best. girl It Is of this place and the John X. Rowqey, a native of this and the guilty ones will soon bo made eraged loj gallons. The fact that about Margurite that I wish most to write county, who went West 10 years ago, is of the population consumed to see the error of their way. about to day. This visit was the realizn back on a visit to his old home and hH Mis Gertrude Weber entertained no part of the liquors referred to shows tion of n friendship formed under some- mother. He is now u passenger con- some oi tier friends very pleasantly that the average of that used by those what romantic circumstances. Margu- ductor on the road running from PalisTuesday evening. Mr. Jas. Honk is suf- who drink would have been at least three rite it was, who, enjoying the verses ade, Nevada, to Kureka, Nevada. He is fering greatly from a severe attack of times that given in the estimate includCollars, Cuffs and Half Hose. We have added a line of over my nom de plume, while yet a very popular with his employers and de- rheumatism. Hon. G. W. McClure Is ing the entire population, which would top and servedly so. He is a sou of the late Jas-- , stranger, hunted out my tree make the average about 13 gallons, the attending the Chicago Convention. poured fourth a libation to Katydid's per Rowsvy. contents of an ordinary barrel. The republican candidates for bher-il- l nii!?s. Did 1 value this? Have I cher About ten dais ago Amanda Doty Dr. Rogers, of Bloomingtou, Ind., and circuit court clerk have had a ished the lovely souvenirs that Muce was tlued in the police court 50.40 for meeting and decided spent a few days here this week. Mary to settle the matter then havo yearly gladdened me? And nbusiug Maria Nurse. Amanda, dis- by a primary election to be held July 2. Burnside is visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. All new and the latest styles. Remember that Thomas Emmerson's What pleased at being lined, went before Judge what of the invitation to come? Sons' Shoes are the best. They o passed a resolution that no G. Dunlap at Camp Nelson. Mrs. E. D. of Margurite? You ehould have seen MeFerran and swore out a warrant chargand niece, Eugenia Denny, return whisky should be used in the campaign. Potts cSs uh behind her handsome bay, "Beauty," ing Maria and Manuel Doty with lewd In the Masonic celebration, which ed to Lexington Wednesday. Mr. Will driving up the pike thai wound about conduct. Tliis raso coming for trial takes place here the welcome ad- - Barnes and familynrrived Wednesday to o.lA.. .....,;.... n o ,.. the hills up, even to the top, to ... , n uuurniinj inuiiiiiiu ..'no i.mmtillv ilia vit... G. Car- - attend the meeting held by Rev. George l And I wish I might have O.Barnes. Miss Sallie Nelson, of v. Abbett, of i ".::.: .:;.;.' my heart for her and for you, is visitiug Miss Kate Walden. stock. In the afternoon Judge W. L. that both might divine its real mean- shown. Misa Annie Burrows is the guest of Miss Brown, of and Rev. A. J, Pike ing. Win. Drye, who shot and wounded will speak. Nancy Anderson. Mies Mary Spilman, 0 "Thiatleton" is elegant within and Hiram Cowan Sundav night so that he ...,......,.,..,. of Bryantsville, spent Wednesday with C !..!! l..- - ' ' without. The dalMea were in season .lied Monday morning, was tried before friends. Mr. John Humphrevs was with " " "" "' " and the (lower decoraliom were, of !...,.... M..L'...... ....1 IiaI.1 " """ C. Miller and children have returned to Kirk Kirbv Wednesday. Miss Georgie U'?" course, all Margunles. Dishes full, bas- lor limner trial ui wie sum oi ?w. uryv thoir home in Austin, Texas. Miea Barnes, Vho has been ill for several vases full and heart full kets full, Has a Complete Stock of und Cowan were both colored. Cowan MattieMxy Adams is at home from days, is rapidly improving. SnttixtliHt Marutirito doeth all had many friends among both white It is singular, but nevertheless true, school at Loretto. Mrs. James Maret, things daintily. magnates of the various politicand colored people. Drye is such a vi-- , who lias been ill for some time, is slow- that the this After n paradise of dreams on al parties, with scarcely an exception, cious. insolent rascal that uo sympathy ly improving. : : graesy elevation, wo were awakened in is expressed for him in this trouble and j assume the role of pronhet upon the apMises Maggie Spradlin and Daiey the early inoruingby thosouud of wheels. no satisfaction over the fact that his deproach of every presidential contest. aboard for Alexanders!" called out fense i he did not testify himself) was a, Dye, are visiting in Richmond. Mrs. Men who never mix with the people "All WALL Belle Burnside and sister, Miss Nellie I'heru were ten in the rather strong one. the drivers. who do the voting; who move in a limJohnson, will leave for their home in party. Away we drove to the famous Complaints have recently been made unacquainted Labcttster to morrow, much to the re- ited circle and are often It had Woodford county stock farms. to the city render of the violation of a gret of Mt. Vernon people. Mr. A. M. with their next door neighbor; who been n long, long time since I had hoard town ordinance winch has been practihave nothing in common with the massthe rhymlthleal clatter of hoofs upon a cally a dead letter for a number of yeais, Decker, of Barbourville, was here Wed- es, who earn their living by their daily hard road and it put my heart in tune although it has been in existence, at nesday. Misses May and Ida Adams, of toil, are vociferous in their assumptions right awny. On we sped, over seven- least, sdneo 1SS0. It appears as follows: Grays, and Miss Hubur Turner, of and what they i 3 are with Mrs. F. L. Thompson. of what the people want teen miles of "(Jod's country" a heav- "Any person of any age guilty of throwla u. ,....,, Itti are going to do. They assume ,, that the tllif Put' . . ........ . ,,. .0 ctlnu'iti., .... .11 ,i en of beauty truly. ing .stones or balls, or of throwing a 'ou "c l'"u,x " "' ' ," ,....,. !1I1V ,,,,, mton ..... of I'.v,.... nuws, ..m . of AUtlio blooms . 111111 mill' ' ' ' ' -- Hi convention assemulod here a: rriitv iifi '. rinr lriinimt in riiriii , . ,, was v1mm1 for less than 580,000, . u which " "u l"u u" "w l"uV ,,tt '"' ""- - ' "" ' ,t vv.a ...llml fr. nnlr J.v ' "' "I"' 11V nf V.t,,,.!,,.. ""' weie brought forth from their stalls places or grounds within the limits of nr,,,ir,.,'. r; n mm .., nft..r .. .;... to get the benefit of the ballot he is W. V. W. t.... ...WM authorized to cast. us to view. Mr. Alexander recently EJ3.VKC&XX ,:::.: ", Hon u, . .uctjluro was seiecteu as a rich, 75,0(X) for "Kxpudition," ' Tlie New York Tress says that "One 51. t tUier IIIU liuovo uuu until) miu glossy brown, and about the finest piece John Cowan, both colored, were fined $1 permanent president, H. 1). Smith being John Smith, a Kentucky negro, who and for seluotod as secretary. Ttie chair anof handiwork that over gladdened these and costs each Tuesday. of violating the liquor stands convicted ' pointed the committee on resolutions, Colic, Constipation, "CastorUts so well adapted to children that C&atorl curraDiarrhea. Eructation, t,H. (Some one has said "next to a law in 13So intances ha been fined one The base ball game between the ' Sour Moumcu, a report, part of which read I recommend ltiu superior tonny prescription beautiful woman a beautiful horse - which made Kills Wornia, t'lea sleep, and promote dlllHrrodsbiiri: ami Danville teams Tues- u. fnllskvi . million dollars. If Smith pays his fine H. A. Ancnea, M. D., known to tne " rest ion, ... , w. .... that's hardly .....v..c. r rt t III tin ni.rdmi nf tin. . ... . Dan-water-Nolight on tv iDsulttMl in a victorv for the Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y, I WilEout lujurious medication. 15. .McLrunry the people have a ,, ,. , , lion. J. Kentucky men.) this same villus. Score 2 to 0. The features of uieious mis summer. Th CisTicn Company, 77 Murray Street, X. V. We also visited Mr. Harper's Btock the game were the battery work of Kit- - represoutattvo of whom' they are justly Smith is a denizen of Lancaster, and refarm nud wo stood long beside. "Long- inland Jones. Kltini: striking out --M proud, a lutthful and untiring servant, sides on "Uattle How" and it is 6afe to fellow." "I give I11111 uiKiut three moie men and one soft hit. ritzgerald, late mi nbe and lnjiiorablo statesman, a tried nssumotliat he will get his share of wa. The following. "hos 'J6 sf ,1... nnibfl In l.lil.vlltt team, and true democrat. ,...u,u f 11..." wud the tei melons and tangle foot whisky wheth ' ,,,,!- - democrats were now and will soon lie down there by UUb n.i ,1iiivj i.it. ii er he pays the small fine against him or A. C. SINE J K.MEKE7KI lilt, lf Ten Uroeck," he added, pointing to the a brilliant catch for the Danville and convwntion to be hold at Xieholasville not. Doubtless the amount of the fine 15. iravooftho great racer. I went over fnr ,llw July'.dh. Col. t. h. Jlioinpaon. for Smith and if he has but ;m m smith. Matt Pike D.N Williams can onlylittle terror rock pile his slum- a spray of striped grass fro... ;iu and pulled fleM escape the . AuaiUh and i... ..lAiiminHu -uiuiiiuuto ami when I edge. The Danvilles IllilV UL'lHIl at Har- - Chimin Mul ins anil O. w.- Wiu I3ST bers will be peaceful and uninterrupted. . I.inl I n . . niiit instructed to cast tho vote of Hockcastlo came ihick to iuko ... rQiMnus K(loy. U. G. Evans as um At all events those who sympathize with county for Hon. James U. McCreary for iw ... pire gave ueueral satisfaction. lellow, his Keeper cui ui him are at liberty to contribute towards noiuinatian for Congress in this, the Sth raising a fund to ship him oil" to Canada, that we spread his mane. And after A telegram was received Wednesour lunch before an old rock spring day morning from Waco, Texas, by Mr. district of Kentucky. where he can defy the law and receive house and nfter that 17 more mills of J. A. Quisonberry announcing tho death the congratulations of his friends and adCHURCH AFFAIRS. And now Rouh and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets heaven and then home. 6f his wife's half brother, Mr. Charles R. mirers. girl Margurite? what think you of the upou Dr S o'clock. Heatty, Tuesday evening at Princeton has confened The National Tribuno favors com- and Verandah Work. Lovely, loyal Margurite? Tho cause of death whb not stated, al- W. C. Young, of Centre College the de pulsory education and compulsory Madge, I will coufesi was a myth though it lute been known here that Mr. gree of LL. D. It claims that every child in the almy ventriloquist, who was willing Ileatty's-healtfor some time past had Union services Sunday evening at (country should bo compelled to attend The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. ways to go and como with me on my bt't'ii rather feeble. Deceased was born the Presbvterian church. Sermon by school long enough to get the elements letjourneying. Her sayings brought n - - of education and every voter should be Oflicc in Danville, July 1L, 1810, and was the Rev. W. K. Arnold. ter from tho the little city on the St. only son of the lata President Ormond closed a compelled to visit the polls election day Rev. II. C. Morrison has Asaph, addressed to my care. It was a Heatty, of Centre College. Ho gradua- successful revival in tho M. E. church and deposit his ballot. The trouble in love letter. "Madgo is a myth" I wrote ted from Centre College in 1859. Some South ot Ilopkitisville. There were 30 this country is not that the voters stay across tho opening page and returned it of his classmates were Thomas Adams, additions to the membership and 03 con- away from tho polls, but that many of to the writer. So ends tho Btory. Good then of Mercer county, now of Marshall, versions. them go too often and deposit too many Katydid. . Ynura Sincerely. Mo ; Wilklus G. Anderson, Louisville; Communion services at Rowland at ballots. Especially is this true in referWhon vou see mo again it will bo faco John D Hryan, then of Lincoln, now of 3:ItO p. M., by Rev. Bon Helm. Flection ence to that large anil rapidly increasing ,to face. 1 am going to summer at Greeu LasCruces, New Mexico; Cabell 13. Bul- of officers, if tho way bo clear. All mem- element that are not only willine but and will welcome from lock, Lexington; Charles II. Dobbs, ltriar Spniigs RFQT bers of the Presbyterian church request- anxious to dispose of their sufTragu to Stanford any and all who como out to Itouud Hock, Texas; Felix G. Fox, St. ed to be present. tho highest bidder. The tendency of Iv" . the cool. ,1 Louis; H. P. Jacobs, Heed L. McMurtry, Rov. A. V. Sizemoro will begin a events seems to be in tho direction of 0AXfeTKi r f r M MT HW&.V2W Young, of Danville. protracted meeting at Logan's Creek at taking from the citizen tho right to F. 0. IMaieher, of a Newark, N. J. and President W. 0. of a window at During tho civil war Mr. Heatty was u U v. si., Sunday. After that the services to think and net for himself, and if this democratic club, fell out "iCi member of tho 1st regiment of Texas, will bo held only at night and will con- should continue to be tho policy of tho Chicago .nd was killed. government, State or National, the day convictsjwere sentenced to mounted infantry. Ho returned to Ken- tinue two weeks. Fourteen close of the war, The State convention of the Christian is not distant when freemen will be conthe peulteutlary at Lexington, Saturday, tucky shortly after tho Cheapest The torn, oi but after remaining several years went church will meet in thia city Aug. 10, verted into machines to bo tsed by i... i. ..!.... Mnrtntl. The totalQ1, h "' for the lot amounts lO OO. rri..,. la.L-- in Tnriia u'lwirii Iim u n mnrriml In 17 and IS. From LY0 to 300 delegates those in power for the accomplishment J.IICIU "! " -, v..flra Miss Lizzie J. Campbell, nf Milford, Jan. are expected aud Danvillo'n hospitality of their sordid and selfish ends. i.. u .... .viiitit iiinn in tho lot. . 1C(.,. IlSUUiy more space than any Paint mixin i.la -LION PAINT will cover one-hal- f Advocate. is ,""" two terms roai.lMnPii courtTiivna will bo taxed.A. Sowoll, of Danville, nd Mr Ilariison was jusi luiurumu Dr Henry MartiuJ3S?Rider, confined ed by hand and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Accept no substias c rcuit clerk he served Revs. P.' Tuesday what everybody in tho United in jail at Chicago charged with murder- tute. Good Agents wanted. - W. E. Arnold, of this place, will exManufactured by county and one of McLemC...4..- b.An for two wookB, that -o- ne of Hill At the time of his death he law, took a heavy mother-ichange pulpita tho 1st Sunday in July ing his . i.. i... -- nmiihiated for Dieaident. on county. LION PAINT & COLOR WORKS, LEXINGTON, KYt, died shortly af- , .i.Mil of foolishneta about waseng.ged in farming. Mr. Heatty 's instead of the 4th Sunday in June as dosoof morphine and A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. Alll'IC D HIV.. terward. ' mothor was a sister of Col. Charles II. announced in last issue. politics. In "T n the Blue-Qras- s. rr d,. iw" ' NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. i REDUCED RATES. 1 YOU SHOULD SEE court-hous- e Gents' Furnishing Goods. EVERYTHIN G IN SHIRTS, "This-tleton.- two-thir- ds ELEGMT LIKE SECKWEM, al-- y to-da- . photo-graphe- "ir.::.r .'... ,rw ii.it T ww Cyn-thian- a, , SBVBBAHOB I.B.IM0BERT2, SOILST. 4 i to-.U- :"... i"""" t "" '"" J Druggist and Jeweler, i DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, PAPER, Lou-Grill- Pr.-kr.tn..-v- ,..,. ,...,. fri re-fus- ""' " .- - ', ' k - .j. T ".r.r, 1 M ....:.,;:. ... ... r 11 ...... j till ill Children. i . Infants ! - - 1 , w 1 I L.,i. j .- - j ! ,.,,.,. ,.,., ,,,. ..., ,11.1.1 .. a - ...., ' ' IrtJ-l- t I SINE & MENEFEE, DEALEES DOORS WIBE A1TD iu SESJi EEd BUMS. SLAT FE1TOI. Stanford, Ky. vot-im- r. WOVE1T h ' and Yard Depot Street, i.i-n- flLON IQTHP T- llni&iT r3$ mmwEmm rJrm ij s 1 ysmmmBS' 1 n:u, miwrmg - Am MADE. Best is the A mlmmwtmi ..-..- .-- . - ..-..- .-- ..o fv n aJ tt i m ....a -- - . . I v. r 'l ' "V1 11 I' u I presented n true anil realistic Cleveland from first to last and ho will InteriorJouknal picture of reciprocity according to the have some Bay in Kentucky appointagain bepresent republican plan. This charac- ments when the comes president. Hon. James A. terization aroused laughter and shouts of was also loyal to tho last and will Stanford, Ky., - - June 24. 1S92 applause and quick, impetuous shouts keep an eye on the "somebodies in Ken greeted the statement thnt the demoop-tiuiwe cratic candidate would not receive con tucky who are out of humor with to to P. we Rratulations from the foreign castles of "The Chicago Herald in ita convention protection Baron? of this country. "i gossip, drawB this picture of Delegate LTi M Here is a key note from Chairman m 0-U7m4 kj, Tw t--m John Rhea: He is beyond all question, .. ? IU'aV Wilson's speech "Republican success delein this campaign, when we look at the and this is conceded by tho entire On Fridays. party platform, means that the people gation, without detriment to others, the are to lie stripped of their franchise homeliest man in Kentucky. He has through Force bills, in order that they little twinkling, black eyes, heavy, dark remay be stripped of their substance eyebrows, an unshaven beard, which of a Kentucky hog, through tariff bills. Free government is sembles the back of countenanco that There is no self gov- and an expression would make him an object of interest to ernment when the people do not control the police if he lived in Chicago. When he their own elections and own tares. asked what tho Kentucky delegation The men attempted to was about to do Mr. Rhea said he knew w V ffr fftlft TIB aorognie me unii ruie, out it tvas no go nothing. We by 7do a. When asked if Mr. Watterson and after listening to speeches from Sen-- I had been made aJNatioual committeeator Palmer and others tho convention man, he said he did not know. When took a recess till 5 i m. all-wo- ol go asked if ho knew the relative strength On reassembling the platform and variof the Kentucky delegation between can-ous other matters were considered and it Choice 05c. to 1 dates, he said he did not know. "Do was late befofe&ov. Abbett, of New Jeryou know anything, Mr.Kuen?" asked sey, arose to put Mr. Cleveland in reporter. "No." which he did most eloquently. the Mr. Rhea was right; ho didn't know Win. C. Dewitt, of New York, named enough to see that his constituents wantDavid B. Hill and John M. JJuncouibe, ed Cleveland and no one else and didn't of Iowa, did a like service for Gov. have gumption enough to stop training GROVER CLEVELAND. Boies. Patrick A. Collins, George W. weelt, come We week with tho Hill crowd and come in out of Ocli8 and our own Jim McKenzie secto wet. onded the nomination of Cleveland, Mr. the We nre glad that this country is not 75c. Watterson that cf Boies. The call of absolutely dependent for its existence t Shoes $0 States was then ordered, when the folon Mr. Henrv Watterson, of the Cour to be lowing vote resulted: Cleveland, C1GJ; and that possibly Mr. Choico, Every- Hill 114; Boies 103; Tho Coavontion's Gorman 8GJ; Steven to Goods. novCleveland can be elected without his Choico. body's son 1GJ; Carlisle 14; Campbell 2; Tatti-soHe absolutely re-- . va'uable assistance. Vests. 1; Kussell 1, Whitney 1. The nomfused to vote for Mr. Cleveland in the Colored ination was then made Grover and Frankie, with Baby- the New York delegationunanimous and convention, preferring, as he said, not go "pledged abso to vote rather than vote for him. The Ruth, to Occupy the White to submission". The Kentucky delew,e lute to " delegate, who seems to House Again. gation voted IS for Cleveland, six for "acclamation $5 of 5 have outgrown his trousers, ought to Carlisle and two for Boies. go out behind the house and kick himLOUISVILLE The Nomination Secured on The platform opposes Federal central-izatio- self or have some stouter and more able denounces the proposed nationBallot, First bodied man to do it. Henri is not al control of elections, warning the peoThree men of Arcentuil, Fnnce, on omnipotent and will henceforth live on Unanimous, ple against another Force bill; demands humble pie and crow. a wncer drank 12, nine and seven quarts And Afterwards Made a strictly revenue tariff; denounces the of water respectively and shortly after Kew York Promis'ngr AbsoMcKinley bill, sham reciprocity, trusts was with the all three were dead. Little Thil Tiiomi-soSubmission. lute and the Sherman act of 1MX); declares Tammany crowd shouting for Hill, or (Late Alexander's Hotel.) The Balrd Brothers who were build- for gold and silver bimetallism at anybody to beat Cleveland, but the lit- ing the bridge which fell at Newport THOROUGHLY THE TI5SS7. parity; recommend? CLZVZLAtt) is STSVZKTOJI ' "' w w " the repeal of the tle man got left almost as badly as when recently, causing such heavy loss of life, Rates $2.io Per Day. taxon State bank issues; favors civil ser-- j Mr. Cleveland refused to make him had insured the life of each employe disThe people have triumphed over vice reform, an adequate nayy and a commissioner of internal revenue. As Cor, Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-House- , and working on the structure for 51,500 for gruntled politicians and what-not- s consistent and vigorous foreign policy; Mr. Cleveland will be elected this fall, the benefit of his family. is thedemocraticnom- Ky. Grover Cleveland sympathizes with the oppressed in Rus- - Philip w ill not be an applicant for office clerk cf Charles Moore, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, : president of the Lniteu auues, W. R. LOG AN. inee for Blackburn-Watterss'a nm Ireland; opposes undesirable im and he and Hardin county, has been seut to tho ti, nomination was ma-l- on the first migration; favors proper internal im- crowd, who allthe mad with the Manager. J. J. Marshal!, clerks. got 3:40 penitentiary for six years for forging ballot, which was not concluded till for measuring them nt their right witness claims. It will bo remembered cheering that provements; condemns compulsory eduA m. yesterday and the cation and all sumptuary legislation; fa- size will be in the cousomme. that he was acquitted of the murder of followed has never before been equalled vors just and liberal pensions, etc. ' Charley Sowders. his brother-in-lalength. It nearly lilted in breath or Hill'sJ letter favoring bimetallic 4o STEVENSON NOMINATED FOH At the State convention of negroes the Wigwam and lasted the top off coinage and expressing indignation at at Lexington it was decided to of the tot in minutes. The victory was one the rapacity of the gold monometalists the courts the constitutionality of the Fifty pairs Ladies' Custom Made and shows that Chicago, June 23, 2 p. m. Evident ingrandest ever recorded came too late to do him any good, even .separate Coach bill. Resolutions weie conclination on part of delegates that Boies honesty of purpose, courage of if it would have done so at any time. It adopted to raise a fund of $3,000 for this statesmanship are still should be the choico for viction and broad is alleged to have been written long ago, imrp0WJUnt, t0 em,,,oy Col' Uobert G coun-try- . but Iowa delegates say he won't accept. of the democrats of the the pride .....- -., m. Hui. .uicu.u .u. InKeMOj, a8 attoruev. No man since he who was first in Some New York delegates say N. Y. the whole thing is so thin as to leave an Ahram ChapHne o( MerMr C0UlUft Broken sizes, all of the best makes, reduced from $3.50 per pair to countrymen, has ever will oppose the nomination of Gray; will the hearts of his imureosiuii iuni n ia nut .11 uu m "- after a drunken debauch, cut his throat' by the been held in higher esteem Cleve-lan- accept any but him, their choice being friends would have you believe it is. Sateens reduced from isfjc per yard to ioc;Drcss Chambiay re- razor,' the incision extending! with a Boies. American people than Grover duced from 5c yard to ice. Cotton Serge from i6jC yard It is said Neal, of Ohio, will be put in must be as easy as rolling off a log from ear to ear and laying bare the gave the country one of the who It windpipe and jugular vein, the latter to IOC. adrainistra- - nomination. Delegates slowly assem- - to graduate in medicine. The colleges cleanePt and most patriotic Ca?Thesc goods must go in the next 30 days, so call at once and jbling. Grays men came in with flags turn out thousands upon thousands ev being slightly cut. He then slashed his in its history, me tions loft arm at the wrist and made deep secure your share of the bargains. in his belief that and banners, amid great enthusiasm. ery year of callow youths who go forth the man who is sincere be Chicago, June 23. Convention called to'prey upon the human system and ' cuts iu both his legs and in fact hacked "public office is a public trust," can body, making more ttiau a relied on, and they love and honor him to order at 2:34 p. i. Call of States or- with less knowledge of its construction his whole made dered for presentation of candidates for than a jack leg carpenter has of a house. dozen cashes in all, still he wasn't dead ' for that and the enemies he has Nominating speeches The Kentucky School of Medicine turn- at last accounts among the politicians, who could not when he had limited to 5 minutes and seconding ed out IS" this week in one batch and FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. use him nor dictate to him to the speeches to 2 minutes. Arkansas gives there are several more medical colleges the high office before. All honor trust its place to Indiana and Lamb, of that in Louisville. The Madison county fair will le delegates, who did not betray their held July Kentuckians did. and Stale, takes platform to present Gray. as some of the The Great cheering. Fort reasons, which he clearly state?, P. W. Green bought of W. 0. Greenglory hallelujah now and always! Judge John W. Hughes, of Mercer, has ing a harness gelding for $175. again Lamb's reference to Cleveland brought man of destiny is in the saddle Fifty-twBelle Meade yearlings out burst of applause as did reference to withdrawn from the race for CommonDuring the year 1S92 I shall keep constantly 013, will lead us to certain and triumand wealth's Attorney, giving John Sam were sold in New York for $110,030. Cochran, of New York. He predicted hand a full and complete victory. stock of phant J. F. Cash sold to Withers, of Boyle, victory for democracy and promised In- Owsley, Jr., a clear track as the race AND OTHER NOTES. THE WAY IT WAS DOSE heifers at 2Jc. diana's electoral vote sure with Gray on now stands. Judge Hughes is a clever a lot of and competent gentleman and made The National Democratic Convention the ticket. B. F. Robinson loaded a car of Brice at was called to order by Senator Connecticut and Idaho second Gray. many friends during his canvass, who lambs here vesterdav for which he paid Tuesday and the prearranged Sin 12.43 r. M., will hope for a chnnce yet to honor him. "'"" .... M i C. Iowa declines to present Boies and seou in isour-- , ft The ciop ot programme of making Hon. V. nominates chair- - Worthington, of Illinois, .... papers have i0Q 3 Vt.rv fine and the price 20 to SOc tumnnrarv Mn. Wattkusos's two v " -r UWenS, 01 ft.eumvJi Heavy storm prevailing harped Stevenson. .My stock of in season and out on tho game per bushel. man. was carried out without contes in delivered a short uffM u,s volce- - Jonn ft. jcuea, ot fiht he made for Bill Owens for tempoof the Favorite Mills, K. L. Tanner, He Via pnnvfMition. Gov. rary chairman and have told with more has bought several crops of new wheat harmony KeniucKy, seconds fctevenson. and pointed speech counselling The Flower in behalf of New York also sec- or less flourish of trumpets how siugle at 7oc delivered. Is largernnd better selected than ever and I assure my customers of and predicting democratic success. for the ap- - onds him. Ohio seconds Gray, Texas handed and alone he liad carried his There were 2o0 cattle on tho mar- prompt service, low charges and courteous roll of States was then called treatment; Mr. Thomas ami uie Stevenson and so does Virginia; Wash- point. That's all yery well, but too ket at Georgetown Monday and most all ointment of the committees ...ailtinnn ington seconds Gray. Daltoh in charge. A. R. PENNY. tt rt much even of a good thing is nauseatn:nn nftir Aliomiuu a inviuuvu sold at "J to 3f. Work mules brought Gov. Bragg takes the floor to present ing and giveH one a very tired and worn G. Blame $75 to $110. of sympathy for Hon. James Mitchell, of Wisconsin. out feeling. son, adjourned till 11 William Moreland sold to Pettus in the loss of his His speech is interrupted by storm of feeding hogs at 4c per Bros, a Mr. Wattkhso.s acted very much like pound ami bought the same back for AT. Kentucky delegation organized and band strikes up Dixie amid much a,' , n 't Rronston chairman. cheering, after which he resumes. Call a spoiled child. He wouldn't take do September delivery at A cents. on the platform committee or place Tho wheat crop in Todd county is as follows: anything else he was expected to do, one of the best ever grown. Tho tobacMorse 80; but strange to say the old thing wagged co crop is 23 per cent, greater than that , . just the same. creuenuaw, of 1S01. One planter has out l0 acres. nut on the committee on permanent or- - Changes began to be made before the The Stanford Roller Mills bought B Castleman Pol Grover we Ir we can not win with (baot was announced and Adlai Steven-WLogan Bros., E M0LS cannot with anybody and if wo are to go the crops of wheat of the delegation son, of Illinois, Cleveland's first as.is- Bros, and Josh Adams at 75 B. Ilaldeman chairman Ldowu we had better go on principle, the Lilian! j ofnrrnnPBments. and Jonn """ j'wwu-- Ktjutsrni, was nominated :,,. But we are not cents, Monday, but they are not for on the first ballot amid than on expediency. fering as much now, notification cumumicc. And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have P. Salyer on going down and don't you forget it. National yreat enthusiasm. W.J. DeBaun has bought about t Thomas H. Sherley was made Mn Owens, the temporary chairman, 00.000 pounds of wool at an average of of the Navy Whitney committeeman for Kentucky, at the Watterson, who did was Mr. Cleveland's manager and a made a pretty nice little speech, but tho 22c. G. A. Swinebroad has sold to dif suggestion of Mr. honor. one he proyed himself. He made absence of key notes which Mr. Watter- ferent parties .100 stock eweB, for future not longer care for the Wednesday tho Convention met a lit- no mistakes in his figures as to his chief's son promised that he would make was delivery at $3.50 to $4. Danvillo Advocate. tle more promptly and after the report strength and made no enemies. In fact quite marked. Thomas McMurray sold to Weihl, of of the committee on credentials and that his whole effort was for harmony and he All Styles and Colors oi NEWSY NOTES. Congress- went about adding supporters to Lexington. 100 slop fed cattle, averaging on permanent organization, the harman W. L. Wilson, who had been agreed Cleveland columu. He even placated to At Bowling Green, three young about 1,300 pounds, nt 4c. Wheat chairman, was intro- a great extent the Tammany crowd, who, boys probably four were drowned vest is now nt its height nnd there is a on for permanent promise of a fino yield. There are foiiio duced and made a speech which did full ho claims, are good democrats and will while bathing iu Barren river. crops in the county that will make tlo to Republicans ratified the presiden- 30 bushels. McMurray & McBrayership-pejustice to his reputation as an orator couie loyally to tho support of the nomhogs, 225 and a statesman. His declaration that inee. nominations at' New York, Tuesday to Cincinnati 320 slop-fe- d tial perThe New York delegation sent word night, with McKinley as chief Bpeaker. pounds, which they bought nt 4c of Capt. Home-Spun- s. tho democratic party would never News. W. J. Wnterfill.-Ander- son At Little Flat, John McFarlaue shot mit this to become ejther a pauper or n to the Kentuckians by Little Phil Thompirate nation was cheered rouudly. The son that they would givo Carlisle 50 and killed George Russell. Both were The lolIowltiKitem, clipped from the I't Madi-oMcvotes op tho first ballot. Tho emissary drunk and had quarreled over a game of Iowa, Democrat, contain! information well etatement that the reciprocity of the worth remembering; "Mr. John Koth, o thii and was referred to Mr. Carlisle, who very bill uieaut rather retaliation Kinley cards. city, who met with an acident a few day ago, was promptly said he was not seeking ciuite tt Ot the 50 people injured by light- jpraining anil briililng hl 50 lei and arm of Cham the retaliation against our own people, cent bottle Simple Simon fish- nomination for himself, but was for Mr. ning at Farmleyville, Wayno county, verely, wa cured by tne applauded heartily. berlam's Tain Halm." This remedy U without an eijual tor Spfaituand bruitei and should have a l Cleveland. rain three cannot recover and 24 are in a se place in every household. For lale by Dr.M L. ing for whales in his mother's wiggle- Col. John B Castleman stood by Mr. rious condition. llourue, Uruggut and Optlcw'i, Stanford, Ky and catchiuj? an occasional wncj-l- e, Semi-Weekly ent Mc-Ken- zio "SLAUGHTERED." r Gro-ver.- " W. WALTON. This week poj offer to the people of Lincoln county and vicinity an save money, as have concluded inaugurate the greatest ity SIX PAGES. 4 O'JLijjOL TTO,Terqr ?. i .fi r I Ever inaugurated at the well knovn Bargain Store, t. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Every item will well worth your attention. 4 d "5 I d nomi-natio- years 25c. start the sale offering Children's Knee Pants Suits at Genuine Cassimere at $1.50. Suits worth $6, slightly soiled, 40 at $2.15. of 75 pairs Men's Pants at Child's Knee Pants from Suit. n, THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE, ! n - as this unusual offer is for this this only. in slaughter goods with a will. tend Look at this: Ladies' patent tip Slippers 19 pair sample Shoes worth at $2.50. Baby 25c a pair. In fact, even article slaughtered. Gents, don't fail examine our line of Furnishing All the elties in Shirts, Neckwear, Collars and Fancy White Ladies, here's a chance. Fast Lawns worth 10c yard and our entire line of Calico at 5c a yard. will give In addition our Great Slaughter Sale every purchaser per cent. of worth of goods or over a cash discount $4-Mus- But THE the STORE, Stanford. j THE WILLARD. iM$R9.y8. Louisville, j ' j ty on e nt w, The Bottom Knocked Out 'J- vice-preside- nt, r A , - 1 36-inc- h W W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. t. 10-2- PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER. ., A. R. -I o two-year-o- ld j lime-gras- s .... Drugs and Paints, Oils, WmSm Toilet Articles Glass, Books, & .- oTjatlOHGrV. ' WATCHES, CLOCKS JEWEMOT I1 .!. car-loa- d L SPRING CLOTHING ! .,. ':".", t vice-preside- nt, ? , OURSTOCK IS COMPLETE vice-preside- ary le Ever Seen in Stanford. d Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. n, bar-re- M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. aesa BOS . A 'Ltf .. i 4-WF - A CHEAf POULTRY HOUSE. !f f it. 4 fcv the Money Kxpendod. I fwnd ft dchoriptioii of a tlcsirnbio nml cor.ijvirativcly cheap poultry lionise, that I think covcrx all thcmHpilsitt'H for keeping ii flock nf fowlH in health and thrift nil tliu year round : The building i 8 fwt w,,l l)' fret long, with Blind nxf 0 feet high in front, eloping to 0 feet in roar. To suit my snrnmndiiiK", it fnws nearly woht; has a door in tho center with a half window over it, nnd a window on each hide, of tho door. Thero is hIho a window on tho south end and a half window in tho rear of tho conter of tho building. From tho door a pn'wiguway or hall goes acroH tne ouiiduig, leaving a room on eaeh nido for tho mating nnd laying room. Between tho hall and tho roosting room uro tho nest lwxeH, which form tho Ihwo of tho partition. For roo8tn I prefer 2 by 1 studding side up, and edges rounded. the Ikdow each roost is a Imnnl 15 inches wido to catch tho droppings. Tho lwt-toof tho nest lnixea are on a level with tho mIIh: in fact, tho ends rent upon thr Hills and a block in tho center wigging. AboVu tho nonts nro lath imrtitiona, with sliding doors permitting access to tho rooming rooms when desirable: but tho eggs Iwiug gathered from the passage, this is only necessary when the room requires cleaning. Tlie nwtt 1i.oh are 8 feet long, 14 inches wido and 18 inchos deep, divided into coven nests. A lonrd 8 inches wido U nailed along each Mdo of tho box, oven with the lottom, and thus leaving an owning 10 by 12 inches at tho top of each ido of every nest. If iutuudod for tho smaller breeds tho t Mixes may Ihj divided for eight ncrts. When Uio lions nro all laying, eliding doors cloco tho ojoiiiiigH on tho Mtlu toward tho iNisMigu. When ono is to lx set, by the sliding door to thoopjiosite fidoof tho nest tho hen is at once shut out from all interference of the other hens, a matter of tho utmost importance in successful hatching. I tun mising only two breeds of fowls, Imtahoiife constructed uikjii this plan is capable of living lengthenel and similarly dividud to accommodate any mini-lw- r of varieties which may bo desired. Cor. Country Gentleman. 1 pro-ven-ts tram-ferrin- tti Uwnrr ConxliltTn (t Flrnt diss for fo went to town and got 2,000 pounds- of oil meal which cost $24, 1,000 iKiunds of bran which cost $5, 1,000 juunds of shipstuff which cost 0.50, ii total cost of 13.50. I put my hogs (which had been in n woods pasture) in a clover field, nnd not very good oJovcruttho l)eht,and they thon weighed 1JJ0 jMjunds iter head. I licgnn feeding twice a day on a mixture of oilmeal, bran nnd shipstuff wet tin just enough for them to eat it well, nnd kept it up until tho day to deliver. Then 1 had 200 jKjunds of oilmeal, 100 jKiunds of bran and 150 pounds of tdripstuff left. Tho hogs averaged, on July 10, 168 jiouudH, nnd brought mo fO.CSO jor head, or $H75.70, as two of them had died in tho feed lot. The figures aro theso: - MIIbb' Nerve and Llvora Pill Go to Gallery the liver. met with a painful accident dur- Acton a new Austen lomacn and tawelt through the nerrrs. A new Of,all kinds, ing her engngemont at People's the- uueovery ui miic' mi apeedily cure biliou. Made taken. He keeps jp nc and Set Up in All Parts of To have lour ph tographs the April 10, 1801, 1 bought forty head of ater, which has until tliu bad torpid liver, plica, cemtlpation. with all now boon kept Unequaledtate,men, women, children, raalleal for hogs, paying $117 for tho ounch, or the Country. from the public. In the l:t act of mi(et, uret Fifty doici a cent. Sample Latest Improvements, $2.1)21 per head. They averaged ninety No Agenti employed "Dangors of a Ureat City" a rope und n at A K. l'etiny i. pound ier head: that mndu thein cost pulley uro tifcd in And will give you good satisfaction. a :io roprusonting W. ADAMS & SON, 'r mo $:i,23 H)r 100 pounds. These hogs I A.J EAR!', Stanford. the hatchway of a dtvu ,il factory. The No. 43 Ilroadmay, Lexington, Ky. put after u bunch of cattlo nnd they villain of th. ihy eutices tho hero into We 5500 REWARD. will pay the above reward for any caw of staid with them until May 11, 1S01, this factory, overpowers him, and with Uver Complaint, Dyipeptia, Sick Headache, Notice to Creditors. I put the cattlo on grass. Conttipatlon or Coitivencn when not tho aid of t.n- ropi- and pulley endeavors cure with Wet' VeKetable Liver Pillt,we can the when kville, Cumberland Cap I fed tho hogs twelve barrels of corn to hang Ir.iu U.iunv Austen, of course, direction! ate itrictly complied with. Tbry are vcKetable and ntfJ per liarrel during tho month of coming to the rescue in time toMve him purely Sugar coated. never fail to give natulac-tloAll persons having claims against the est ate o Large boxes, containing 30 R. R. May and up to Juno 20; then I contractOivein, deed , are requested to present and imitations. S. W. to us by the 35c. licware of counterfeit a contrivance Ik mg utod and doftly ptl, Eenuinp Double Daily Schedule, them 13th of August next ed thein for $."i.25 tier 100 ixinmls to Ihj manufacturrd onlr by The John C. the to save Mr. Dnvidrou from In Effect May 8, 189J. S. W. C.IVENS, delivered July 10. Thus, you see, I had concealed ii v.o., tntcago, ill. ror nle by A K. i Ten- G.C. GIVENS, ny. yr "SOUTH" HOUNU. G L. SUR11EH. twenty days to feed them and corn I any serious accident. After the porirvmnneo Wedncsdoj Lve. Louisville 830 pm could not buy, I A PROFIT IN sJL HOGS. All Actreca' Narrow l.'nciipu from Hunglng. It hits just como to li.'rht that Ratnio principle-reculatl- ni; Sinn Who Makes Tlirm 1'ay n Clover runt uro. MONUMENTS Earp's Art '. 9'-- - - n. I Mih 93-- 30-- 3. Coit price nf flirty lions FnllnnltiKCHttK' Twelve luirrel of corn 2,d U pound ollimnl !,() txmniU ftliltuff l.di) iKiutiili of brnn 5117 no .10(0 21 nt $3 per barrel ;o (0 CO CfO f (0 .' ( helling price. Cost to produce, a::, ; s '4... . v- - In NMr ' t 715 pm- . 4opm, arrive at .Norton trom the ward moved to his lioarding hotiso on I rasns f,ast daily at Foundry street. t 30 p m and f 45 p ra Kor further information as to schedules, rates, 1'pon examining the banana bunch a Ac . app1- to agents of Norfolk A Western Railnest of tnrantuhis was found under some wlll rellcvet It nnd glva health nnd( W I) iiEVIU., road ir to , bappiues. They aro worth trial. Gen. Passenger Agt., Va. constating of tho old spider of the fruit, and half grown ones. The mother tarantula, which is Mipjvoscd to have done the stinging, escaped with five smaller J M ones. The bystanders were only able to kill one of tho lot. This insect was to tho attending physicians, who' Kt 1 1 tit$rMe pronounced it a genuine tarantula. Tho old insect is said to lio half as largo as a Wisdom Indeed, man's hand, and together with her re-- , MILtt - iVxafiVsMrStai ,'nllEi Some men with ten acres under plow maining family are hid in tho ttore, VAimLW.fmdrmiXzs-y- j are mirernblo till they aro in debt for n Atlanta Constitution. V5sV8fcsP?S5wlisisSs gang plow, a four horse binder nnd an in- The I.H.t of the Cliurtlnts nnd n steam thrasher, terest iu a ftVB XJtsaHHPTJSBsL ii, y mm ESXSM mi hens nnd a rooster aro enough to Two No one will grudge the grant of 200 make homo of our enterprising western from the civil list to Mr. Thomas Coojior, fanners sleepless till they own or nro in the veteran und poet. Mr. j Twenty mlleithe Shortest to debt for n forty dollar incubator. V."H.'I , vt uu 1? onions; tliu lll.--l, 11 uuk Hit' Last spring we were talking with a last, of tlio prominent chartists living, r m)x p llrltsrrfilM machine "expert" (exiiert in inoro wnys liegan life as a shoeninkcr, nnd while Chicago. Michigan Pctnts, St, l.ouis, than one), who was on his way to con-- 1 working at his trade taught himself tho lluUalo, Detroit, Cleveland, tral Dakota farmer to sell him n steam Latin, Greek, Hebrew and French Indianapolis and the West, Ne k England, Canada, The Mime ninti had told us guages. At twonty-thre- o ho beenme a tho fall Insforo that he had sold this very rchoolinnstcr nnd later drifted into New man all or moro machinery than ho jon. nalism, ono of his first appointments Philadelphia, Ilaltimore, Washington, could over hopo to iy for, and so wo being a reisjrtership on the Leicester Quickest time to Harrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky. Richmond, VIRGINIA. Shortest and asked him what Kecurity ho oxjiected to Chronicle. It was while at Leicester Quickest line to get. that ho became an ardent chartist, and DISEASE, palpitation, pain in side, "Well," ho raid, "I happened to hear was tent to prison for two years in con- - shoulder and arm, short breath, prcssion, asthma, swollen ankles, weak that his wife's father had given hern with tho riots iu the lotteries. with good rMUi of horses and 100 fine sheep While in prison llr. Coojier wrote his and smothering spells, dropsy, wind in SOLID VESTinULED TRAINS thro'MeridChattam-ogaBirmingham, to start them again, and if I get thcro' epic 1100m, "The Purgatory of Sui ides," stomach, etc., are cured by Dr.Miles'New out change via connections en route for Knox, making direct ian first they aro mine. I know I can sell and a series of stories called Wiso Saws Heart Lure. A new discovery by tho cm-a- ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the inontlndwnaSpccialist linoillustratcd him a machine; ho is no hand with Mich .Modem Instances." Some timo things nnd 1 shall clean him out in a after his liberation from prison lie turned Vook " drcssDr.MilcsMcdicalCo.,tlkhart,Ind. ,.,.,,inris year." Dakota Farmer. v WnM v Biro At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming For sale, by A. K. Penny, Stanford. ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, tical periodical. In a few years, how-- ! Brunswick, Lake City. Thomasville and FI.ORI I'miltry for the Fnlra. ever, his opinions underwent a complete i DA points. Those who uesiro to have fancy fowl change, and ho frequently tackled The only line running solid Vestibuled trains with Pullman Boudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to St. to exhibit at the jioultry bhowa and fairs secularists in public debate. Augustine without change lor any class of pas next fall and winter must remember His brief deviation from the path of orsergers or baggage. I Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur that chicks ought to lw hatched early thodoxy has always been u matter of reFlorence. Memphis and ARKANSAS points. nnd kept growing nil the time. Many gret with him, and ho hns written sevShortest and quickest to Anniston, Selma, Mobile, Wncct connections made at NEW OR. really tine birds lose any chance of get- eral liooks on Christian evidences, on I.li' htni'li Point. LEANS without omnibus transfer for Galveston Never despair. Never givo up, no ting premiums liecvmso they nro not which subject ho lectured all over tho Houston, Austin, mutter what happens. There is always "well grown Iwforo shown." And worse country for many years. Pall Mall Ga; TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. success for yon somewhere. Find it. than the Iovh of tho premium is tho zette. Tho moro cheery and hojMjful you can chauco that they will bo condemned and The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, A flrt'ut City for Hoarding Houses. Miss. , Shrevcport La., making direct connectioni force yourself to lie, tho moro surely perhaps killed because of tho poor score without omnibus transfer for Dallas Fort Worth. Tho Brooklyn boarding houso may succors will come. they get, which a few weeks of ago nnd Austin San Antonio, El Paso and points in easily be said to havo reached tho highWhen you intend to raio a calf, let it a little better caro would havo changed TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. of development of it species. est run with tho inwther cow till bur milk by several joints. Exchange. Not to speak of the fact that ono BrookKor through rates correct county maps and iu gets good, then take it nway and begin information call on Agent at Junction City, Ky, lyn iKiitrding hoiuu is tho largest in tho Mvis Stock I'olnt. to feed it. or address J.S. LEITH, Tlio first annual outdoor exhibition of country, "if not in tho world," jus tho Trav. Pass. Agt., Junction Cily,Ky In feeding a young calf it is better D. MILLER, D. G.T.DWARDS. you have taken it nway from tho tho United llorso and Cattlo Show asso- Ihmhu circular says, the immense num-lie- r G. P .V T. A., Traffic Maner., of those cheerful abiding places and ciation in tho edge of New York city Cincinnati cow to let it have a part of her milk for tho sharp competition among them has this Will be ttnt to any address from now a few days. Thon if you cannot afford Imj spring was a great success. It is to brought nliout suvprising until January ut, 1853, for twenty-fiv- e manifestations hoped that this is n beginning of longer, mix linseed meal cooked to that cents. CamjaiKn year is at hand; you in otlier directions. OnoBrookljii landmust keep posted, and the way to do a jelly with sweet skimmilk at tho great things for tho futuro iu tho way of lady of gretit experience and mental acdo so Is to rend Til h COMMERCIAL outdoor stock shows. Neither animals STANDARDrate of :i Huud of tho jelly to fifty the only true expoaent of protection which amounts to genius, and sound currency in the South pounds of tho milk and feed this to tho nor people ever appear to such advantage tivitysho can mako of a pound declares of bacon that calf. It makes a fairly good substitute as when they aro been outdoors. Cer- nnd threo dozen eggs a breakfast for tainly the moro human beings accustom for unskimmed cow's milk in calf feed 1 Send for a Sample Copy. ing. Later s.,.. ,.,.,, ...,. to tho uiruii themselves to life in tho onen nir in all forty people. But this, as am led to tho nmi handsomer believe, is unusual, it is also a noto- fiP'MHaBsisPB b' worthy' circumstance that the ol ervnnt is mil? You And examine it carefully. cxmmuons 01 1110 nssoaation to Brooklynito can tell tho mistress of a will to sure to subscribe. Address Let us havo n grea' big chicken show spring all kinds of live stock, from fat boarding hono as far as ho can seo her iucludo all letters and make all check and at tho World's fair. Begin to preparo beeves to gamo chickens. Ono of tho by tho celerity of her movements and order payable to now for it. t of tho show wns that the businesslike abstraction in her face, attractive features sBJsftissssiisswssVsssCdlsLssffisacTtT A calf is' old enough to begin to tako of tho mounted policemen who exhibited as of ono wondering whether two boxes K)lid food with its liquid nourishment their dexterity in catching runaway of strawberries will go around. In the Co. when it begins to chew tho cud. horses. In tho big, outdoor ring tho markets n certain gait is known as "tho Tho life of u working beo is only four horses' feet nnd lungs had freo play. boarding houso walk." Brooklyn board..THE., or five weeks in tho llower season. Six Let us havo inoro outdoor live stock ing houso keepers are nlso progressive I.OU1SVILI.K, KY. weeks, therefore, will servo to change shows every spring and fall iu tho largo and there is talk on the Heights, where four or fivo thousand of them dwell is tho breed of the whole hiveful if an cities. II V. Italian queen is introduced nt this time. One experienced livo stock breeder jieace, of forming a boarding house ex8he layB from 1,000 to S.OOO eggs a day. says ho considers a good crop of clover change. New York Heruld. MEANS Notice to the Traveling Public. Handle tho udder and teats of a heifer worth more than a crop of corn for feedWhy Actor Wear I.ota of Jawelry. IV hare had that Is intended for milking from the ing any kind of stock, particularly hogs. Gamblers and actors are of all people time she is a calf. Pet and tamo her HOUSE A first class pair of draft horses bells most given to superstitious respecting and At furnished'and from the beginning, for from (W0 to $800 in tho New York luck, and it is not surprising to find that have Kowland repainted Hotelnicely of tho licit saone .THE in connection with Tho farmer who turned his attention horso market. There is always good do-- they aro greatly addicted to amuleU ef loons In the State, open day and night; a night man meets all trains. In connection with Houso Most Satisfactory and the Most some years ago to tho breeding of largo, iniuid for them, but stylish carriage various kinds, carrying them on their have also one of the best Mineral wells in the .State high stepping carriage horsed is now horses sell still better. for Durable. watchgnards, in scarfpins and set ia andW. reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs InG. reaping hi reward. City peoplo nro Wo cannot Kpeat it too often hand- rings for the fingers. Washington Star. gram, Patrick. Louisville, Mr. and Mrs, Kloyd Dr. Erin, Tenn.. A. A. Warren, Stanford, A complete stock of best quality Ribbons, Legal calling for them in constantly increas- some, stylish cairiage horses of good! D. E. Proctor, C. II llraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. and Letter Paper, Oil, Mss. Covers, etc. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. K. 11. Johnson, ing number. The first thing an Ameri- sizo are the ones that "go" in tho city Scud for descriptive pamphlet to A Plea for Ileclproclty. New Haven, Jim Cor. Grecnsburt;. Kates Jj per can city man does when ha gets rich ia markets everywhere now. But they Business .Man 1 don't see why yoa day. J. M. retrcv, clerk. W.Give me a call. Q. M. ALLISON & CO., and buy tho old farm, as must bo stylish, high stepping nnd well should expect me to lend you ten dollars. J. CARRIER, Prop. not to go coiy dreamed he would iu youth, but to broken. Dark colors, bay, brown or he 4,S West Main .Street, Elevator Boy Well, I've given yoC Desirable Farm of 140 set a handsome city house on a fashion- - chestnut, aro prdfarible, though a fine ' lift ti good many times, haven't I. Katt Acres on Crab Orchard Louisville, Ky. ' aide avenue and set up his carriage. pair of dark grays Bo off liko hot cakes. Fiel Vs Washington. ' pike, a miles from Stanford. W. H. Miller, lio) llursn llrrrdlne. Wilkins went on in answer to a (puis t ion, "is in Owyhu county, nnd we have on it, after this unison's sales, nlxuit S.fiOO head of horses and 1,500 of enttle. No, our horses have no mustnug blood in them, but are descended from Clydesdale nnd Percheron stallions, with occasionally somo trotting blood and American mares brought from the east. Wo breed first for sizo and strength nnd tho lung power tiiat we think cannot lie produced except by range breeding nt n considerable altitude. "Our ranch is nt n height of nbout 11,000 feet hImvu sea level, nnd our horses aro never housed or fed until wo round thoiu up to stitul them ent. By actual measurement 1 bavoTonrl thein in tho MMik yards to bo considerably larger than other western horses, nnd wo haven't an nuininl in our herd that is dionsed in any way, nor nro wo ever troubled with nny of tho usual ailments of horses." Miss Wilkins has not Ikxii satisfied with studying tho liorso nf tho present, but hiw dived into geological records, and cim tell you nliout the live toed and three toed horses, no bigger than sheep, that mimed tho plains of Idaho ngei and ages anil nges ago, ns fluently n slio can exiumud tho superiority of o'jwn air breeding to tho nursery practico of most stock farms. "Of course," she admitted, "tho baby trontuient is all right if you merely want to produce photomeual and fancy priced trottem and nice hoixs that aro good for nothing else. Uut if you want ft thoroughly sound and hardy stock with tho lung jKiwor that is ono of tho of all round usefulness, then the raugottystem is the only ono to employ." Now York Herald. mi Kitty Wilkin "Our ranch," Mis-- s Tliwe hogs nt only live cents per 157.20, nnd pound would have brought would leavo that less tho cost, $1!U.70; nnd at fl.fiO ier 100 iwunds they would have brought f"'21 48, which would have left a profit of $1X1.03. Now the outlook in tho future is moro favor- -' able thnn la.st year, and corn can bo liought nt f l..i0 nnd $2 jwr barrel, wliero last year it cost J and $;i.S.'i, nnd hogs are scarcer than nt this time last year and Mock hogs are just as cheap as lat year. I think we farmem would do well to keep our stock hogs and feed them on grass for the summer market, nnd when we hell I do not think wo will say ns of old that wo have been robbed of our corn ' nnd hogs. 1 to not mean to say that tho market will lie better or as good as last ' year, but I think it will justify thb feed-ing of two dollar corn on clover jMisture. At least I am going to try it. I am going to feed eighty head of hogs some largo ones and some ones so if there is a good market early I can put my large hogs off on it and my Miiall ones later. Cor. Breeder's Gazette. , j . " Washburn 0 58 am 7 4opm I can supply the families of Stanford and vicin" Oakman 10 18 a m 8 08 p m ity with home made Ice at 6octs per 100 pounds; l)r K C Wki'i .Nmcand llrain Treatment, a Dramatic Clinch River. 10 ao a m 8 ic p ra les than that amount at one cent per pound, and a specific fr r Hystrna, Ditriness, Fits Neuralgia, " Lone Mountain. 10 31 a m 8 19 pm at 75 cents or I Headache, " Taiewell Ncmous l'rotraticn i auied by alcohol rosniifactured IcequantiMe. per 100 pounds every 10 43 a in 8 30 p ra Ice delivered Stung by it Tiiruiitiilii. or tr.baccf, Wakefulness, Mental Depression. Soft- - cents for smaller " Powell River n oc, a m 830 p m morning. I call special attention to the John " Arthur. 11 16a m 90c p m S. Appier, n clerk in tho store of Ed enitig ot llrain, cautlng insanity, misery, decay. ttrrwin C 's Celebrated X. L. Ileer, for " Hamilton Springs una in irematurf (iiu Age, iiarrenness, ot which I am agent. Will furnish 11 44 a m 9 36 p CI in eithe- - keg or Weathcrly, of Athens, (Ja., met with a Power in either sex, Impotency. I.ucorthara and bottle Write for prices. " Cumberland Gap....... 11 49 a m 930 p m " Mlddlesboro 1103 pm 10 oop m painful and jHivdbly fatal nccident hero all Female Wcalmessen, Involuntary of E.BREMER, Stanford, Ky. Utf Lve Mlddlesboro by caused brain. Self last night nliout 'J o'clock. Mr. Appier Abuse, Arr. Stanford A month's treatment 34 a m " Ijuisvllle. guarantee six boxes to 7 00 a in wns Felling bananas from a bunch which $i, six lor $ by mail Weboxen cure Fach order for six with $5 will send NWNorfolk-NdernR- l was hanging in tho store, when ho Pullman Palace Car Knoxville to Cincinnati written guarantee to refund It n t ured GuarA without change. came in contact with a tar- antees issued only by Ky K Penny, Druggist and Connections made with all trains North and 9; tyr I antula's nest, and was htung on tho first sc!cahcnt,St.infrrl, Schedule May sj, 1E91. North-weat Grand Cential depot, Cincinnati. All trains connect atCorrjton, Tenn., with finger of his left hand. Tho pain was so LEAVE NORTON DAILY & CumUrbiiu Gap Railroad trains to and excruciating that he dropped the banana from Tate Springs and Lea Springs. Illuefield and intermediate 3 ou p m for Graham, Through tickets on sale at City Ticket office with n t( rnble cry. Pai ties in the store BUOYANCY OF BODY ( stations. ijSGay street and Depot Ticket office, foot West ran to his and Appier was 11 loam lor Dluefield, Iladlord, Roanoke, and Main street, Knoxville. enn never bo rcnllred when tho bow I ynchburc, Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via For any information as to routes, rates, etcaphurried to tho drug store of Dr. Lynnet ua uatur intend tiirjrj Plsftunut Koanoke) for Washington. Haserstewn. Harris. ply to 'ilioulil. Instead, there la licadneh?, don, whero Drs. Quillian and Goss were burg. Philadelphia and New York. W. A. RLY, Acting GenM p4ss. Agt, xvelclit In tlio stomach nftrr entlnir. (summoned. 1'ullman Sleeping Cars irom LouivilIe to Nor I aridity and bclcliliiBT up of wlnil, lowi HENRY A. SMITH, City- Ticket Agent f ilk via Norton and Radford; also Radlord to aplrita, losa of energy, unsociability' Knoxville, Teun. The patient was placed under tho inNew York, via Shenandoah Junction, also Radand foreboding; of nt. An unhappy ford to Washington; also from Lynchburg to Rich, fluence of morphine after exjieriencing conuiiion, uiii mono H'veral convulsions, but even then he IF YOU ARE GOING., trains lor Pocahoi tai, Powhatan and Good. was not entirely quieted. Ho wtvs afterwill leave Uluefield daily at 9 05 a m and 240pm Ni-.vs- Austen, while en; ..jd in talking to several menibers of her cniujuuy playfully twi&tod tho ropo about l:er neck, imitating (lie sccno in which Mr Davidson is hung, an I xhoi.ted loudly and in tragic tones, quoting a lino from tho play. "Vour hour has come, Edmund Vaughn!" Ono of tho company, believing that Miss Austen was protected by tho wuiie device which Mr. Davidson used, gavo tho rojK) n sharp, quick jerk, pulling her up nt least two f eot from tho ground. Ah Miss Austen was wholly unprepared, she received the full exi)erienco of being hung. Her throat was badly affected and it gavo her great pain to speak. An understudy was immediately secured, but Mi's Austen rallied under the doctor's car and continued her performance Thvujday. Mis-- s . JAPANESE For A new nnd Complete treatment, comiitlncof In Capiulrt, alio in tax H I. DARST. Rowland. ana pint; a positive cure for hxter al Internal. or Uleeding, Itching, Chrouc, i tir n A jinna llrrrditary 1'ilci. Thii rtmedy hat never been Known to tan. Ji per box. 6 tor It: trnt bv mail Why iuffer from thii terr.ble diica,e when a writ I have made arrangements with G W. Singleten guarantee pontlve y Riven with 6 boxo, to ton, the Mill relund tht money if not cured Send itamp for any and Saw kinds man, to furnish the public with all ot lumber, either at my store In Irce sample. Cuarantre liucd by A H. l'enny, Crab Orchard or at the mill. teucinR Plank and DrugKitt and sole ajrent, Stanford, Ky. Call for lots a specialty Get my my prices before buy. . ..-- Inp samples W.A CAKSO.V, Dealer in General Merchandise. S Crab Orchajd. Ky. iuppoiitoriet, Ointment CURE Twenty Building Lots In the corporate limits of Sl I Rowland. " Stanford Arr. Mlddlesboro Lve, Mlddlesboro Arr. Cumberland fian.. " Hamilton Springs.... .'...' "l ia 35 a m '.'..".'...'.. 7 08 am no n m 5 3aam a 14 pm 5 " Arthur " " " " " ! . TO THE PUBLIC. 1 " LuttrelL.......... " Corrvton Maloneyville " " Powell River. Taiewell Lone Mountain Clinch River. Oakman Washburn Powder Springs " 643 a m 3 iS pm 703 a m 111pm 6 613am 18 45ni a m )6pm ueverly K. fj O. Junction.. " Knoaville., NORTH HOUND Lve. Knnxvilln Arr. K. ii O. Junction...... Ueverly 330pm 340pm 342 pm 404 pm 4 18 pm 43'pm 4 4 pm 4 55 pm 508 pm S iS pm 8 30 8 43 8 54 7 13 ;tm 714am 741am am 733 a m 804 a ra 8 13a m 8 aoa m 838 a m 848 a m p m 9 00 a ni 5 30 I lnlPJL : Ch811" XCE AND BEER. Mre-m- er 1 " Maloneyville. " Cr rryton " I.uttrell " Powder Springs a in 6 3op m am 644 pm am 654 pm 908a m 7 oop ra 9 it a m 7 18 pro 930 a m ; 36 p ra 9 44 a m 7 3s P"i I over-exerti- on I.oe, st Mer-nsto- - Tiny Liver Pills TUTT'S - or WTORTH..THE.,WEST, - 1 I(uiz-kc- QBSCR8F AlF.gl iliASif LOUISVILIC 4 NASHVILLE Ft. R. 94 no Is the line for you, as its ' Double Daily Trains Make close connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. j ' m 'h IWiiMii -- i mCINNATI, Vork, Nlt3 THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information eiquire cf F.L. CLIFFORD, Agent, Or Stanford, Ky. W. W. PENN, Trav. Tass. Agent, Junction City, K 11 ' ' , HEART NEW on Boston, Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co. (Chesapeake & Ohio Route.) OJUJLBANS, , Washington, Philadelphia Old Point Baltimore, New York, and the Seashore and all Eastern IN EFFECT NOV. 15, 1S91. Cities. -- ,nw ,. CATOONAS, firstes-sontia- li 25c. , Pat Llmil'd Accom. BOUND. Mail Ex. Daily Daily Daily. Ex. Su. Lve Lexington..... p 11 a 735 a 6 " Winchester.... 8 33 a 6 00 p ia 40 p 45 30 Mt. Sterling... S 54 a 7 ia p 1 05 p Daily. Arr Ashland. p 8 a i 10 p 10 " Catlettsburg, ia 38 p 10 07 p 8 40 a 33 59 " Huntington, 13 jo p 10 47 p 9 30 a " Washington.. 6 33 a a 10 p " Philadelphia.. 10 47 a s 80 p Arr New York .... I ao p 8 10 p EAST Acco. Daily BxSu 5 30 p 7 7 oop 35 p ...., ......... WESTBOUND Lve Huntington.' Ashland Mt. Sterling Daily. 1 35 p 6 45 p , a 1 54 p 7 14 p a 2 05 p "7 37 p ,..... Ex. Su, p 6 35 a 1037 a 5 c8 p 1 " Catlettsburg The 6 37 6 00 6 35 a nf-t- er Weekly Louisville Commercial " Winchester..1!! Arr Lexington ... ia " I.oui!vilIe... 3 05 p 6 lo p a 45 pSosa 35 p 9 50 p 7 40 p njoa 15 a 545 p 155 u P 7 5 HEMI3STGT03ST -- Limited Vestibuled Trains run daily in connec tion with Chesapeake & Ohio "F. F. V." to New York. Fast Mall Trains run dally and make local step between Lexington and Huntington. Huntington and Morehead Accommodations run dally, Lexington and Morehead and Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accommodations run daily except Sunday. Through Sleeping Cars tc and from Washington and New York without change. Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting ilnet Typewriter dsssssv Kor full information in regard to rates, routes. " V 'h! E. HUNTINGTON, P. and G. JL, El ' ! Spn 11 "" C. L. BROWN, G. P. A , Lexington, Ky. W. S. HARRISON, G. W. HARNEY, G. M., Lexington, Ky. T. P.A., Ashland.Ky ...TAKE THE., pun-offic- e j Louisville Press -- BEST WORK THE SHORTEST TIME . " THE WORLD'S" FAIR l g)) 10UISyilU,twAl8ATqjHC4.0 M THE SIMPLEST ...LINE TO., 1 CHICAGO, ...And. THE SHELTON ALL POINTS WEST And., NOBTH-WES- T. tok j F0RRENT. Finest and best Vestibuled Buffet Sleeping Car and Parlor Cars on all trains. No change of cars, best accommodations, quick. est time and lowest rates. For information address JAS. BARKER, G P. A Chicago. W. G. CRUSH, D. P. A., Louisville. ) i ! 4 i ;i -- ' nil iiittimmmMt4 i itf .J.J U . LOSS OF FERTILITY. HOUSE-SHO- E PATTERN. Western Farmers Are Sending Tbrtr Footgear for Children to lie Worn at AJ Farms t tlm Cast, Seasons of the War. .AND Too much catinot be said to tho farm This is the diagram of a house shoo Ky. 24. 1892 June Stanford, ers of tho west about keeping up the for children. Tho lady who gavo me fertility of their farms. Tho abandoned tho diagram nnd pattern says: uMy f&rnis of New England, tho growing own little latl wears them in the houso Upright and Horizontal. W. distress of the farmer everywhere who with great comfort to himself and t energies of his farm, are I need scarcely add to his mother likehas wasted the o and Portable All Stationary, wnil examples of bharp import to point wise." The pattern will not. of course, power. sizes up to statement fit every child of the same age; one may y"AN DY REFRIGERATOR. the lesson. A Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and need a higher instep, another a moro How One Con Ho Mlo at Home for Six of the situation from a western standDurability. point is found in the following from 11 slender nnklc. For everyday wear Dollnrs or l.ens. T5S W Write for Free Illunratcd I'amplcts and your wants to Here is an Ice box or refrlpcrator that C Ucnnctt in tho Creamery and Dairy. mako them of thick, heavy cloth and 'J can be made nt n cost not exceeding' It goes straight to tho mark, and well lino with cloth suitable for the season; 3T &CO., VrC3 u. would it bo for us all if wo would learn in winter with woolen or canton flanEfl, and pcrhnps less, if made at home, NEW YORK CITY. Sl'RINOFIFt D. OHIO which will be as, serviceable as one to obey tho principles here brought out: nel: in summer with lighter material Sending our farms east is just what costing S20 to S100. The box bhown is Measure the child's foot and out and first made of inch boards 4 feet square western farmers are doing. The dairy- baste a shoe out of any cloth and fit it in front, and extending back 3 feet. man is the least guilty of all. and he before cutting tho goods. First sew tho One hundred and tweutj-flv- e nnd 2; next tcw 3 and 4 feet of can reverse the process; he can pilo seams boards will more than make it. It some other fellow's farm right on top from the Instep to the toe; now fold so should Iks heavily supported at D D by of his, save money while doing it, and tho seam will come exactly In the midTo all our Subscribers for 1892. dle of the toe nnd sew acros the toe. 8 inch scantling which is to extend 3 add to hispobscssions at the same time. Cut the lining a little smaller so It will, Inches below its bottom edge for legs. The conditions arc these: Plants feed in part upon the atmos- when the outside is turned, slip Into it Screws or heavy wrought units t e, the publishers of " North American Hemes," clinched arc needed. After boring the phere and In part upon the soil. When easily, if one docs not care if the scams In ontrr to Increase the circulation ol our Journal throughout the United State and Cant i1. will spend legs and mounting the box on heavy a plant is taken off the farm the por- show on the inside the outside nnd linthis ear over one liutnlroil tliouamiit iliillnrs among our new subscribers In the form of an attistlc casters the door should be cut at It in tion of that plant which came from tho ing may bo basted together and sewed Crayon I'oitrait and a handsome frame (as per cut the first illustration. A penciled lino soil is lost. In selling S200 north of In one seam. Sew on the machine so belou). to be made rrvo of chnri;e (or every new lino should be carefully followed with wheat S4S worth of farm fertility goes the seams may be Srm and the stitching rubsmber to" North Airxiricitu Homes.'' Our family journal Is a monthly publication consisting of the compass saw, as this portion of the with it, figuring wheat and fertility at even. Hind the top and opeulng with 10 pan.es, filled with the best literature of the Jay, box will always be conspicuous. Cleat their average market values. When by some of the best authors, and is worthy of the creatcapense wo are doing for It. Klirht ears ago worth of beef we part with the boards removed and build a beveled nc sell mc rr n trtii nan only about 10.WJU uaiiy cirpacking 4 inches S22 worth of fertility. With 8200 worth dilation; It has over S00.0CO. This as obtained bv iudlclousadicitlvmrntaml a lavish expenditure of moncv. hat the rroprlctor of the .V. '. Utrid has aercmnllshed we leel confi thick on the in of pork we throw in S12 worth of fertil1 p dent of dolntr ourselves. Wo hae a. large capital to draw upon, and the liaiiilsontp prriuluui side of this door ity. With a horse selling nt $200 wo i e are clvlnj you will certainly Rit e us the merest circulation of anr paper In the w otld. Tho money we arc spenlinc now among our subscribers wilt soon come back to us In Increased cirto fit the pack- lose only S7 worth of fertility-- , and ' culation and adt ertisements. 1 he Crayon Portrait we w hare made for you w be executed ing of the box when wo ship 8200 worth of good butter bv trie larcet association of artWs In this cttv. Their work Is amonc the Cnest msde, and we we ship with it but 25 cents' worth of closely. gunrmitciMou an artistic Portrait and a perfect likeness to the original. There Is nothing note ue(ut a u til as ornamental than a handsome framed Crayon Portrait of jourselt or any Now get into fertility, for the fat of butter comes member ol sour famil therefore ihls Is a chance in a lifetime to Ret one already framed the box and, from the air, and only the little caserne ard ready to hang in our parlor absolutely frro of charge. line it so itcan hold between lining and in it (less than 1 per cent.) comes from HEAD THS FOLLOWING GEAND 30 DAYS' OFPEU: outside 4 inches of powdered charcoal the soil, nut If we sell cheese or wholo Send us JtXO, ptirc f cne eir subscription to " N'orth American Homes." and send us also or ground cork, which is equally useful milk instead of butter, the case is very o Niotocranh. tmt s'acucrrotvnc of vourself or anv memticr nf vour famlU-- lllnir or dead, and vtc will uu'aC ir from same an artistic hall llrv I rr. Crayon Port rnlt, and put the of heat and moisture, different. In thnt case all the cnsclne as a sou entail In a good EJbMantlal gilt or brouio fruuio of Inch moulding abiolut much cleaner to handle and better, be- of the milk leaves the farm, and tho iru tu cuiirpoi wit a'so mmisn cause the completed refrigerator will loss in fertility (for cascino is nitrojeuagemnne I reucliRhss, bnxlngand I'acRing tame ir u i'i'iii', i,ui genous nnd comes from the soil) is bo lighter than with dust. The bottom this out nnd fond It with your photo- grsnn at ome, aln vour subscription, will not need over ii or 3 inches of the nearly 100 times greater. riwcn rtnj run remit ov wrau. i u, material. The cork can be got for Eastern farmers buy bones by tho braid or ribbon; work eyelets each Money Order, Fxprcss Money Order,! little or nothing at a restaurant where carload, gathered upon tho western of the opening and lace with cordside r l'oatal .Note, nude to or fancy fruits are bought. It is used plains, for use as fertilizers. They buy ribbon. NORTH AMERICAN HOMES PUBLISHING CO., to pack them safely from heat our thin steers so hey will not havo to Very dainty little World Building, York. r"rfM,M1AJSSS!lir.S and moisture. Next nail cleats to grow bones at the expense of their of velvet or sill: andshoes can be inado ornnmontcd with the insido of the lining 20 inches farm's fertility, nnd buy our corn to embroidery. Cut from blue velvet and Tor Character of Work werefer to the editor of tho Interior Journal. from the top, and place 1x2 inch strips fatten them. In this way they save line with buff or canton on them across tho box to support tho the 822 worth of fertility (or the most flannel or silk: bind edges with ribice tank (sec A of it) represented in the bones nnd lean bon the shade of thethe lining: work tho If you wish to jiiH'y the "rut life In tie A.) This should meat, add tho fat of the corn and sell eyelets with the same shade of silk nnd (ullrtt tatrnt, ride drr a be made of zinc the beef at a gain of fertility to tho lace with cord and tassels; ifti , s s boldcrcd securefarm which comes by increased manure finish with a tiny rosette of the bindCOLUMBIA OR HARTFORD ly and stayed at heaps. ing ribbon at the toes. For a baby they Our dairymen who sell only the butter may lie tnade of satin and embroidered tho corners with BICYCLE. extra strips. It fat and feed the skim milk, lose but an at the toes, around the top and at each insignificant amount of fertility, and side of the opening. My friend suggests The lolumMais tco writ known to nerd cur adis 2x3 feet and 18 The llattfnrd is not ditional rcCommrnUatinn using clover in rotation (a plant which inches deep v ith d satin or velvet lined with ciliated at the trier We furnish It withthi "li-- l 3c a has the now er of appropriating some flannel, embroidered with a pattern of urnbia' l'neumatk Tires for io Hare and loose edges fertility from the air) keeps good the tiny green fern leaves, eyelets worked to turn down on stock of soil fertility. More than this in green, tho edges buttonholed with WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING NEEDED IN'TemPrU WU the top of the and this Is a point we especially de- green and laced with n green silk cord BICYCLING. CONNECTIOOITH liniug for nailing sire to make prominent by buying having a tinv silver bell on each end. in place. From bran and feeding h's cows ho adds rtp. Ineg. Write us hen jou nied S. E. Welch, in Ohio Farmer. its deepest point fertility to his soil at the expense of an) thirty. a small pipe 0 inches long should lead the fellow who raised the wheat. NearSWEEPING A ROOM. G. M. ALLISON CO., out on a line from the bottom and bo ly all the nitrogen of wheat is found in Valuable Hints for llmisrScerpvr s from fitted with a screw to a faucet Then the bran andbhorts. The 448 Went Main Stroot, Marin t'nrloa. lining and side must be bored, the pipe farm is steadily leaving him in the coatThe preparation of a room for sweepput through and the cock attached. ing of wheat kernels. Now, the dairyKY. LOUISVILLE, This is for removing the melted ice. If man who buys the cream of the wheat-raiser- 's ing and the arrangement of tho furland, if he sells only butter niture after the room has been cleaned preferred the pipe can lead into the cooling space beneath, and the water be fat, this , fertile part of the wheat 'are by far the greater part of tho work, caught in a pitcher kept there for tho grower's farm remains on the dairy- writes Maria Parloa in tho Ladicj.' Home Journal. The first btep is to purpose, or it can convey it through the man's farm. A liltOW.V MARK I'ON'V. about n't hands Dairying has a four-folpacking and drip with or without a advantage dust all the ornaments and place them hich, mane anil tall, toa neu, a small lump on on a firm table in another room. Next, hack, letter "K" branded on left law. also a brand faucet in a pan under tho box. Tho box over other branches of farming. It t. The undiuigned, II. J C Howe, A K I'e hip Any cover must be packed like the box and brings spot cash; it yields more money dust all the plain furnituoc, using a ny. J.N. Mtusfec.J H. roilrr. W (J Welch on left her recoveryone giving auy Inlormation lead-iwill receive a liberal reward to soft cloth and removing the lighter aim J W llajdcUi litre y nciatc themselves a zinc projection 2 inches thick be for the feed consumed; it saves the S W J ROMANS I anraster, Kr tu itirni n corpuratlnn purmint pieces from the room. Now bent and ti!elhrlniirderthe GencralStatutcsof Kemmkr fastened to it to hang down in tho ice natural fertility of the farm; It makes to Chanter 56 of , brush all the stulTed articles., using u 3 'I he nan t dflht corporation ahull he "Sun-frchamber to drip in any condensation of increased fertility easy. WatiT, Light, Licht and Ice Company," and brush to clean the tufting and ereui.es. I Dealer in the above moisture. The top of tho box must be id principal place of business shall be the city of THE NEW When everything movable has liecn Stanford, K Mucky, , Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs flat and fit tho cover closely. To make EASILY OPERATED GATE. 3. Tho eerier taken from the room ami nil the large transacted by the nature of the business tube Solicited Slock Cattle and Sheep a pcsatty. the cover look less clumsy nail a strip crHral!cn shall ho the I'crsnns having any of the ilrscrilel of molding around it. illnge it with Just as Chtnp at tho Clumsy Afflilra Now pieces covered dust the pictures with a maintenance and operation of a ssstem I for sal or wlihlni to pun base same, vill do (Jt In General t'se. ihc clt f Water Works feather duster or a cloth, then cover Stanford and for supplying water to to their III ( heavy hinges. For the door heavy j to call en or address me An experience of fifteen town ( Kuwlaml and It seems a little strati;! that when the pictures. Ilrush the ceiling and habitants, andtrie cotslructioii, maintenance and years in this business has I ren er preflt to se anal japanned or bronzed hinges should mini can make prontalde both to the buyer gates are so necessary on a farm, and walls with a long feather cluster or a jjer.tK.11 ot a thesum f Klvctric Lights fur sup s) reach half way ncross the front. and seller I' O address Stsnlord, Ky. mvs to require opening and closing so fre- soft cloth fastened on a broom, llrusli iinK liKht to said city and town and salo their Office at the Myers House Now swing open the door It and look of artifiquently, the majority of those seen are all dust from the tops of the doors and rml 1ft and the manufacture nml in. We see the bottom of the tank oa Iheauthoriicd capital stock of the corj ora4 the btrips at A. this is a space such clumsy,to be lifted about affairs, windows. Have the windows open all tion shall be one hundred thainssnd dollars, dividwhich have or slid the while. If there be portiervs and ed into hairs of (iftr dollars each, but the Comps nearly S feet deep, vttiich should be covINTERNATIONAL as Weill business This nstice forewarns huatera. fiiherHltfl ered with zinc tacked to tho lining and back and forth at the expense of much window draperies that can be l.'ilccn inrmai thousand dollarswhen as muchstocktwenty sub. s.t the capital is tv.fivo .... others nat tfl tresnass nil Mir Iimi4. wlihi in soldered. Small projections should bo time and strenfjth. With a very little down put them on the clothesline and ocrited, and no stock shall b issued at less than I mission, s all suds will tie prosecuted to DICTIONARY the fuT- shake them well. its par value and except lor mones actuallv paid saw. signed soldered to it to hold movable shelves csi esienioi tne market valtio actually reIn, r C. M.SI'UO.VAMOOKE Take up all tho rugs, nnd, if you havo ceived for property attoitthe ;authon;id purposes of on either side of tho door and extendand applied 55 J K. IIKUCK. grass in the yard, lay them upon it, the corporatism, or for labor done nnd accepted at ing to the back of tho interior. These THOMAS C. HA IX. for stock shall be its nurket STKhl.K ilAILKY. right side down, nnd beat well with n paid at such alue. Subscriptions installmentsas the will hold small dishes and tho center times and in such nnd Iteset from Cover to Cover. A..M FF.I.AND. switch or rattan; then shake. If you Hoard ol Directors mav determine, large things like cans of milk. Such an FUUY ABREAST OF THET1MES. II. W (iAINI. c. Th corporation shall begin business on the have no place where you can spread IAMrSGIVKN'8. arrangement will set tho milk of a A GRAND INVESTMENT day of April liya, and continue in cslstcu e I. S 1'IIII.UPS. them, hang them on the line and bent 30thfiftv jeirs thereafter tSroverv Family and School. small dairy in pans or deep cans, befor ANTON RKNACKKK, be them well. Havo a good broom, not too o Tho affairs of tho corporation shall ol con sides serving the kitchen. It should be CLAKK KKYNOLDs. Tho Authentic Wolister'aUtiabrlilcril a Hoard M l.At KOW1T2. Dictionary, comprising latum of lMlU, heavy, for tho carpets. Sweep in one ductedbeb appointed of five Directors, ore whom strained and placed under the ice at President by the Hoard, and shall T D NKWI.AND, 71. uml'tt. (nil .tlll ciitiyrlRliteel) lias direction only, taking bhort strokes. by such other ulfici rs and agents aa the said Hoard once after milking. The legs (D D in W HAYh. been tliorotuhly res laril mill enlarged, to jnoint O. C I. YON under the supervision of Noah I'nrtnr, Take up the dirt with a dustpan and u ay dem necessary Directors shall be elected anFig. 1) arc hid by neat pieces of board Thcllcurdol 7 D.D., I.I,. I)., nf Yisle. Tills rrslt v, is nil as iRED HAUMANN. corn broom. When the dust settles, go nually by the stockholders on the fust Monday i.f mitercd. They should hang down far IS tllstllic;ti!s!iliif- - title", bears tlio name for one oar, or over tho carpet once more, having first each July, tuhohi eificcand qualified anduntil their enough to nearly hide tho casters. If a WEBSTER'S until the elected :..- -freed your broom of all lint, threat, etc. successors arc International Dictionary. particularly nice piece of furniture bo first annual election in Julv, 1S9, the incorpora , Tun vtork of revision oe rimlril over AND SALOON When the dust has again settled, dust tors hereinbefore named shall be the Hoard of desired the box may be raado of ash, EASILY Oi'ERATKD KAKM OATE. ton yours, niiiro tliiin n, liuinlreil Mllto Directors of the Company. lu the annual election the room with a soft cloth. planed, filled and varnished or of walrUllultorers lielni; rinnloyi-il.aiu- t over AT ROWLAND of Directors each shareholder shall have tho right ingenuity MMOO.OOO emended lirloro tlio nrst to castas many votes in the aggregate as ho sli ill nut. Georgia pine will answer every pense, a and almost no additional exPut three quarts copy n printed. durable and handy gate may threo tablespooufuls ofofwarm water and rwn shares, multiplied by the number of Directpurpose nnd look neat if merely oiled. household BOLD DYALL000K3CLLCRS. to be elected, and eich shaieholder may cast ors be substituted. J. S. Mclntyro, t e Pamphlet tent fjc. in a pall. Wring a clean piece the vthole numlet ol votes either in person or by uhUlu rs. Ilolihter Sage, in Farm and Home. I offer for sale privately Mo., sends the following plan, mv frame Hotel and proxy for one cam'idatu. or distribute hn vote of old flannel out of this, and wipe iimonir two or more candidate, and the Directors Caution is necuid In pur. hasltiR n Saloon nt Rowland, which are now renting at inf illustrated herewith, to the Orange Judd every part of the carpet, wringing the of this Company shall be elected in no other tipn Refreshing Retreats. f nn obso. tier month It Is cent rally located and a tine polat leto and uompuratit r viorthlo edition of lint', am fnmt nnnmnrtiimv nml w.u .. Tanner. Secure a gate post having n cloth as it becomes soiled. Now wash ncr exce'tit when a vacancy occurs it may he filled lor business, being at a trrirui.il point on a divW. Webster aro riuuk ted litulir various lonof the I.. N It has good well, stable ceal the timo that excursionists, other Directors and large limb or fork about feet the windows, and wipe off any marks liyS.theThis corporation shall pessess ad the xivirs names and ofl be inKret n sentatlon. house and other ncces aary outbuildings. AeUreet sportsmen should figure out a route for their sum- - i from the top, Dot it solidly, saw' the fork there may be on the paint. Remove tho enumerated in Section a of Chapter j6 of the a MK" MARY C. FtRRII.L, SUnford. GETTKC DCGT, mcr vacation. In (Joint; so. the delightfully cool Tholnternailcnil, bear imprint of summer ami fishing resorts located along the Wis. off six inches above ground, bore into coverings from Statutes oi Kentucky the pictures and furni 'I his corporation shull at no time contract or C. SIintltiAM S. CO., I'ulillsliere, O. consin Central Lines coma vldly tn view, nmotii; it a 9 hole two Inches deep. Oso n turc, being careful not to scatter the Incur debts greater In amount than 20 per cent of which ar Fox Lake, III . Lake Villa, III., Muck, Springfield, Muss., U.S.A. G-Swuiiago, Waukeeha, Cedar Lake, Xernah, Waupa- - 4 by 4 inch oak stick 7 feet long for upthe stock subkenbed and paid for. H dust Uring back the rugs and hangor" the stockholders ca riucni, jteuernui ami Asniaiiti. wis. wtscoti. right of irate frame on the side next tho 10. 1 he private property ings, and arrange them. sm has within the last fivo ) cars become the center shull be exempt from liability for the debts of the VV V sSVt VeWWWVWV, isReduce the lower end to two H J C HOWE, of attraction lor more pleasure seekers hunters and gatepost. Finally, put the furniture anil orna- corporation. fishermen than any other btate In tho Union and inches in diameter to lit the hole in j r. r... . "h's tlaltghtful Story of a Highest cash maikct price paid ments in each visit increases the desire to again 'seo the limb of gatepost. J N. MENKKKh. Round off edges at covers for place. If one has proper Jourr.oy tho BALTIC to th: 1 II FOSTK charming landscapes, hreathe tho balsam fragrance for the pictures and heavy pieces the top where a strong iron band goes that is a part or the invigorating utmosphere, wan V O. WF.I.C .'OANUSt Portrayod in 3D Chaptcis of furniture in the room, a great W HAY Mr.?. dcr through the colonnades of stately pines and loosely around it and fastens 30 J. to tho amount of trouble can bo saved on tho hook the sneckletl bfautlp withn hnml mail, flv. ,and 12 Graphic Illustrations, by For pamphlets containing valuable information, i post. Make tl.c remainder of tho gate sweeping day I5uy cheap print eloth T. S, 1'ATTV, D 1'. A.. etc., apply to Charles Augustus of any strong light material unci run a for . ; the furniture. Have three breadths i nattanooga, lenu. R,n at rf -- ?C J AS. C. POND, General Tasseuger and 'Jiclet strong wire from the top of long up- in the cover, nnd hnve it SJ yards long. Stoddard. Agent, Chicago, 111. right to tho opposite side of gate to keep be hemmed, It it from sagging. Any form of latch be shouldquickly on n and the work can M. F. & CO., Hon. W. V. Lucas, sowing done Auditor of Iowa, may bo used. This gate will swing 1 find six cloths a convenient machine. ays; 'I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remenumber, dy in my family and have no hesitancy m savins cither way and a child can open it. S'iyr SrVNFOKD. KY. although we do not always need so it is an excellent remedy. I believe all that is flamed for it. Persons afflicted bv a couzh or many cold will find it a friend." There is no danger flotnsscllur; Corn. from whoopinr cough when this remedy is freely Scientific American Hosv to Tnrt tho Hair. process of detasseling corn conThe Klvcn. jj and 50 ceal bottles for sale by Dr Jf. Atfioy for A fancy has arisen for a parting in L. Bourse, Drug jist and Optician, Stanford, Ky. sists in removing the upper portion of Bound In Rich Cloth, m s to which the spray of male or tho hair. Few women can stand one bbbbVsIbbHbVbVbIbbBbI the stalk H Docorated with Cold Cntjlos BucatUa's Arnica Salve. llowers Is attached. Sev- just in the center of the head, for that to Evory New Subscribor t. '.FREE Tke beet salve is the world lor cuts, bruises eral experiments have shown that it in- requires a good forehead, n perfectly fever sores, tetter, chapVF! "'f1' f" -t- htjcreases the crop to remove the tassel outlined pair of eyebrows and a straight ped hands, chilblaiaa, corns and all skin cruu " tioas and positively cures piles, or uo par requirof the stalks before nose. However, the hair can be parted from fully l NEW YORK OBSERVER, pasflgar i, " ed. It b guaranteed to giv. perfect satisfaction. on top of the head a little to one -or raooev refunded. Price aj cents per box. tho pollen is shed. The results of some side,the or indeed, if it is becoming, very 'the faromost Family Religious Novi extensivo tests made by the Nebraska For sal by A. R. Pennv, Stanlord, Ky. DKSION fATINTS Haviejr removed ray Barber Snop to the Com paper. OOPYRIQHT. to. experiment station show the opposite much to one bide, and tho parting not nercial Hotel, I am One book and ono now subscribe For information and free Handbook write to Just as sure s hot weather comes there will bu effect. There was a uniformly lessened allowed to come through the short MUNN A CO.. aa BnoADWAY, ww York. more or lees bowel complaint in this vicinity Kv 03,00. of fringe which is just over tho forehead, Prcpftrcd to AccommodAte Ladies Oldest bureau for securing patent la America. ery person mad tspeclaily families, ougnt to have yield upon the plats when Kvery patent taken out br us I brought before Twobaoks and two new subscribor aome reliable raeeiciae at hand for instant use, in tho stalkb were detasseled. Similar re- nnd which produces a softening effect. the publlo by a notice given free of charge In the 35,00. as well as Gentlemen, needed. A as or co cent bottle of Cham case it it sults obtained when the tassels were Few women can afford to do without berlain's Callc, Che4er and Diarrbtca Keuiedy la sriccwKN conns ntr.i:. say just what you ought to havo and all that you would removed after tho pollen had been ma- the bang, which Is, when properly cut, In ftsvrtbfsg they ay wish in n me.Une. waits don. Call aevere and dangerous need, evea for the saost tured and scattered. In view of these and becomingly arranged, decidedly the JEW YORK OBSERVEF cases. It is tke beat, the moat reliable and most Largest etrrmlatlon of aay sdentlflc paper In the most universally becoming mode that successful treatment known and ia pleasant to results, it does not seem wise to interworm, No intelligent enienaiaiy lllnstr 37 and 38 Park Row, has ever been known. Ladies' Home ;klr. 3.i a man should be without take. For tale by Dr. M. L. Bourne, Druggist fere with nature for profit's sake. nf.vv york. CO, veari 11 JO six montha. A rtdressMUNM Ky. and Optician, Stanford, Journal Is CoamercUI KotK American Agriculturist, Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal 8TJLAM 3GrIWlE!& STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portabl2G-hor- P. WALTON. T well-writte- n M&W Msm -- THE JAMES LEFFEI, 1 FREE CRAY0N PORTRAITS FRAMES cfete to-d- ar Srf S-- 00 iw - S J 111 111 l 4 t s, 1 SI was sJl rble lei gold-colore- d gold-colore- d czay vtiB m rose-colore- ch Nu.''y FV katPsd m&r First-cla- ss & sr yfS wheat-raiser'- ;,;;;.:: ;: -- ikca?e 1 ! STRAYED or stolen. ns muFryZsL d li- I d WILLIAM MOKELANI), -- WEBSTER 1 I sk 1 1 11 Uitr baclt-brealci- WEBSTER'S POSTEI. I , I fcrrrrlf ' YV I HOTEL urn-mon- lira-shea- r. 1 1 OJEb sale. I 1 n n C 3 r vlcaturo-tcvke- n 11 (len-cr- al 0 v l I n h tc i - 1 IJL in ui 0! fo. Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, ""I ELKIN 1: Ex-Sta- te m& ws 4V .w - Ill nn k ! pollen-bearin- g vil Wi hu, J one-ha- lf . S. .caviat;.. jov one-ha- lf rak am Chil-als- o jE8ETHOMPSKNt fmntiixt mtxiau I tCBLiutiKS. Sa Broadway, Mew York. I twi Bat -- ti-ZV ata . jia, -- JS M tTSt mtV t - - 1 sV 1 iJ5l I Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Khuit Jaiw at J. nuiT D. Foster's. A Jaiis at Farris Hardin's. n cool, Don't forget Ziminer',wlien you want refreshing saucer of Ico cream. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. The Houfec killed the Senate bill for - Nothing to equal Swans Down Flour; tho destruction of the Canada thistles. Kekp your eye on Dan kg, tho jewel sold only by Jesse D. Wearen, the FanThe House at Frankfort adopted a June 24, 1892 er. Stanford, Ky., resolution not to adjourn for the sumcy Grocer. "ALWAYS IN FRONT," is our motto. mer vacation until the Revenue and Thomas' Hay Rakes for sale very Wally Singleton was ncquitted at Taxation bill becomes n law. This is If we can't lead, we will not follow. Our new line of India Organj.c.WAi.TON,BUB,ManaRer oheap by J. X. Monefee. McKinney yesterday of fornication with hardly possible, it is argued, before dies, Grenada Tissues, Wool and Cotton Challics in blac and fanMason's jars, quart tin cairn and heal- Jennie Jones, who is in au interesting The! 53 a day Is too much for the MEANS BUSINESS. cy colors, Lace and Tissue Fans, Silk, Henrietta and Sattccn Paracondition. ing wux at B. K.a W. II. Weaien's. majority of thnt body to give up even sols shows that we Wall I'Ai'Kit and imints at W. B. Mc A noon, second hand, The ice plant has nrrired and so has for a recess. Roberts'. The governor sent in the following of tho electric light machinery. E.nohavinh beautifully and artistically portable engine for sale at n bargain. some nominations: F. II. Clarke, to succeed The new boulevard to tho water works See Goo, D. Wearen. done at A. It. Penny's. makes them easy of access and also fur- himself as medical superintendent of the Uuy your books and eliool supplies of Foil Kent. Fifteen acres of flue grass, nishes a nice drivu to tho hall park. Lexington Insane Asylum and Len G. kinds from A. It. runny, all He may go to 95 and even 100, still those who buy our stuff can Hudson as a member of the board of your watch, clock hihI jeweiry two miles from town; well watered. ApHavk It 5h rumored that tho Lancaster Rec- commissioners of the Deaf and Dumb resist his rays. We study the comfort of customers in fabrics and repaired at A. It. Peiuiy'B. All work ply to Dr. H. Reid. " ord has been sold to some Indiaua men Institute at Dauviile, to fill the vacancy merit their good will and patronage by always giving the lowest cash warranted. My fine sodu water aparatus is now in and the fact that the late capable editor, caused by the death of Hon. Wm. Rkmkmiikii that all silverware, watches. prices. If you want pretty and desirable stuff for summer you must 'a will operation. Call and get a glass of tho Mr. It. E. Hughes, hns gone to Atlanta, ritiKS, Ac, bought at A. It. Penny bo engraved free of charge. come to see us. We always have the new things. We are deterbeht you ever taBted. A. It. Punny. with a viuw of locating, gives color to it mined not to carry over any .EW ADVERTISEMENTS. The Interior Journals an the Corbin The Interior Jouiinalp, Jr., eeem to PERSONAL POINTS. team will cross bats at Rochester Park bo hotter ball players than tho seniors. Miss Xoa Mohkla.vij has Kono to at II o'clock Saturday afternoon. At least they met n good nine from Dan Midway. i For Sale. House and lot, corner of villo Wednesday afternoon an beat Mies Jvlia I'kyton is visiting lolatives splendid game. So we say to all the gentlemen, when you want Clothing and Gents' Maiu Btreet and tho new pike. Price them 10 to 11, after a in ilustonville. Tho Danvilles kicked on their own um- On Saturday, 2, 1892, Furnishings come to us. Don't hurry off at break-necspeed before Mn. Geo. H. r.i.LH is visiting bin fa- reasor.able and terms easy. Apply to pire, Elting, and G. L. Penny was sub- I will tell at public outcry in Crab Or., hard, Ky , Mrs. M.E. Daviess. 2t you know what your own city can supply. ther near Lnirrencvburt;. the entire stituted. Col. 1). G. Slauuiitch, of Green Ilriar Mies Nettie Wiiay is now fully preCome to the NEW CASH STORE and let us measure swords Springs, was hero yesterday. Green Briar Springs will not open pared to do stenograph and type writwith you. We will make only a flesh mark and you will be satisfied. I). M. IJowmas, Jil, of Mercer, reception of guests unMas. Hclonjlns to (Tuvlwi lc. I!ailey Co , ontletlag ing work and orders left at the Interior regularly for the is visiting Mibfl I)uisu Uuiley. til Monday, June 27th, but Col. SlaughJournal otllce will be promptly tilled. ter has received notice that quite a Dry Goods, Clothing, Col. W. G. Wkt.nt is routined to his A splendid i nor of wheat is being number of guests will arrive on SaturHats, Boots, Shoes, room by a seven1 mm of flux. Miss Mahy Vaiinon hns returned harvested, though in some localities rust day from Louisville. George 0. Barnes Hardware, Drugs, from a visit to friends in Boyle. GO TO- has injured it to the extent of 10 to 10 will nrrivo on Wednesday, June 20th, tot of Canned C.I. nome Farming lmple- A menU Ac AIki a numl.er of accounti is with his old per cent. Even with that the crop will and commence his meetings at Gieen Mu. 1. It. Term will lc m.vle known on .lay of Mte. Briar. friend here after a long absence. bo largely over the average. O V NEU'LAND, Assignee Mil. Thomab Cooi'Kii, of Louisville, Tub nomination of Grover Cleveland A dispatch Says that glass eyed Charspent Sunday with relatives hero. ley Henderson, who bunkoed old man v8 mado at 10 a. m. yesterday and by "iHiX l Mu. C.T. Johnston, of Now Orlennr, Burke iu Boyle, is not iu Sing Sing, as 0:80 our clever and accommodating tele-- . joined lil handsome wife here Sunday. Frank L. Clifford, g graph operator, Mr. reported, but Is making an "honest" Mim Minnie Stiiaui has returned had given us the dispatch and it was on runniug a small circus at Chicago, THE JEWELER, from Franklin, ImL, to spend the sum- FOR the Intkiiiou Joviinal bulle'tu board. mer. Tin: little child of Dr. ami Mrs. It. It. There's nothing like having a good wan McRoberts' Drug Store, Stanford, C. KurLKY and children aro An-gue- THE HEAT OF BATTLE. t. Are Prepared for Old Sol, Bei-kel- e. 1 1 Public Sale. July - su:m;:m::e:r, olothihg, k STOCK OF GOODS J. S. HUGHES. Oahi-kstki- i 11: liv-iu- a icrifry juj&.i.yui&.f3 Kentucky. A. A. Warren's "Model Grocery" Mim. II. visiting Dr. and Mrs. It. It. Ilourinn in Marion. Miss Fannie Swore returned Wednesday from a visit to friends at 2ftl Hourigan, notice of whose illness was made in our last issue, died of brain trouble Monday and was buried at Lebanon Tuesday. His name was Lucion McCoy and his age five months. Tho young mother, who wn Miss Maud Mr. J. It. D.MLEY and little daughter Is alino"t broken hearted over her Eva., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Ions and much sympathy ia felt for her yesterday. and her husband. oi iiariioru, ami in. .Mack Marshal O. J. Nkhland is a square pretty little daughter, Isabel, aru guests man iu every particular. It matters not ol Mrs. Sam M. Owens. Mu. and Mns. J. 0. McClary aio whether ho is bitten by somebody else's spending ii week with hit. relative, Mr. dog or somebody else by his he is willing to make things right. Young TomJ. K. McClary, at Mt. Vernou. my Wallace claimed that Mr. Newland's P. Cuow and family, of McKln-neMil. J. went up yesterday to spend a few dot; bit him, when the clever marshal (lavs with Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Vanhook. without word or thought went forthMiss Ukoiiuii: Hahnks was taken ill with and shot the canine, which was a Sunday evening nnd has not Assisted in pet iu the entire family. Let the good tho Ming service fclnce. Lnncnster Rec-or- work continue. Brad-fonUvill- e. Rn-ple- like Mr. Clifford around in times of anx iety and hope. Tub little child of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walton was buried in ButTalo Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of J J ; I y, of lJarbourvillo on Wednesday's train en route to Ohio to spend thesuiuintrwith a schoolmate. Mim Gboiie Wiiay went down to Linnb'tta Springs yesterday to spend a few days with her friund, MIm Bessie Richards. Miw. Svs Bavoiiman and Mrs. Joe F. Waters and children. Kate Walton and Robert Hardin;, visited relatives nt thin week. W. It. Gaines is clerking for H. M. Ballon, who has just opened up a new and fresh stock of groceries in the new Thompson block at Kkv. anii Mns. W. E. Ellis and Mit-Ann Minnks are attending the Mate bun d ty School Convention at Carlisle as representatives of the Christian church wart Dan-Tille s Mis Ella Tinhlky, Change or Meeting Place. By in- vitation received from tho Mercer County Medical Society, the next meeting of the Central Kentucky Medical Association will bo held iu Harrodsburg the I'd Wednesday iu July next at 10;30 o'clock a. m. The discussion will be on "Bmin Surgery' the paper to be read by Dr. Kinuaird, of Lancaster. Members will govern themselves accordingly. Steele Bailey, M. 1) , Secretary. m " Somk time ago Mrs. John McClure, of the Enst End, left her husband, it was alleged, to tlnd happiness in illicit love witlj Robert Lee D.ivis. At any rate they went oil together and there were many grounds to suspect their intimacy. Mra. McClure suems to hnve tiled of life, however, without the man she iiad promised to love and obey and one hen. night this week site returned to Crab Mil. J. A. Caiu'Enter and daughter. Orchard and sent fur him. He had reMiss "ina, wuro tip Wednesday from fused to goat last accounts and another Parksville. Mr. Carpenter has gained eeriug woman must henceforth And that 17 ponuds of flesh since he quit tho way of the transgressor Is hard. ng. m from Mrs. Nannie W. OwAn old time stage, driven by M. C. containing check for her paper, says Burton, who was on route to Burnside ens that tishing is line now at Cumberland to run it between that point nnd Monti-cell- o, A LKTTKii Falls and tho weuther delightful, with quite a number enjoying it. Mits. W P. Tati: left for Boston Tuesday to ViMt her daughter, Mrs. C. H. Paine. Miss Dollie Williams joined her nt Lexington also to visit Mrs Pal no and attend the Musical Conservatory. Miis. James A. DumiKitAit is at this week attending tho bedside of her father, Mr. Elijah Lear, who is a very old gentleman and one of Garrard's wealthiest and neatest farmers. Miss Lrcv Lek Hill, of Lexington, has been apportioned tho following towns to canvass in order to arouso an interest in Kentucky's work at tho Columbian Exposition: Lexington, Versailles, Paris, Georgetown, Winchester, Richmond, Lancaster Stanford, Flemlngsburg, Maysville, Mt. Sterling, Cynthiana, Danville, Harrodsburg and Enwrencebnrg. ry Xieh-olasville, passed through here Tuesday and created as much of a sensation as a circus band wagon. Many of the younger generation had never seen ono and tho other citizens had not since the line from here to Somerset ceased in 1S77. Photographer A. J. Earp "caught it with his Kodak" nnd will make pictures of it for sale. The old concern has been run betweeu Richmond and Irvine, but the cars had driven its occupation away. TitEdireitora of the Lincoln County Stock Fair Association met at the Court-hous- o Tuesday afternoon, when George Miller Givens accepted tho presidency and occupied the chair In tho absence of Secietory E. C. Walton, Assistant Secretary JooliT. Embry acted as clerk. Tho following committees weie, then appointed: On programme: Win. More-lanP. W. Green, W. W. Hays, J. S. Owsley, Sr; to secure grounds: S. M. Owens, P. W. Green, J. T. Embry: music and printing: E. 0. Walton, J. T. Embry; to solicit special premiums: W. B. McKinney, W. 11. Wearen, Al Severance, W. E. McAfee, 0. It. Bright, J. P. Crow. Tho secretary was directed to publish tho letting of tho fair privileges in tho Interior Journal and Cincinnati Enquirer, The committeo on programme will meet at tho Court house next Tuesday evening at 1 o'clock and tho secretary was directed to notify all directots to meet at ttio Court house Wednesday, 20th, at 3 o'clock p. m. Tho directors aro determined that the fair shall bo n success and will exert to the utmost to that end. Let everybody lendn helping baud. There ia no reason why Lincoln should not havo a good fair nnd a permanent association. d, Cemetery Wednesday evening ju- -t as the shades of night were gathering. A numbor of friends from Danville camel with the little body and with thoe from town who had gathered at the grave, a scene of calmness and sadness was presented as Rev. Ben Helm read a chapter from the Bible, spoke a few words of comfort to th father and friends and pronounced the benediction. Then the1 earth Hhut from view tlio littlecotllnacd Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. all was over so far as human hands could do. May the grieving parents find conAll goodt sold engrave .1 tree or charge. solation in tho thought tiiat their offWYorrtr'"SC repctfu!ly solicited. spring is ppared a life that Is nt best but sorrow and disappointment, nnd cense to Goods THEmourn. Bestkd Aoais. Tho least said nbout a the game of base ball between our nud the Nicholasvilles Tuesday tho better. We were beaten fairly ami squarely and not a member of the club can urge even the most inilntesimal wrong done them while in tho goodly town 'of Nicholasvillo. Pleasant and kind to them iu every particular, the I. J'b. will remember with gratitude their trip to Jttamlne's capital with a decided degree of pleasure. 2so guying, no kicking, no advantage whatever on the part of the umpire and in fact noth- ing that would add to our displeasure was done and consequently we feel good toward the place, its inhabitants and oich and every member of tho base ball club. Our boys took a very weak nine over and no member of the club Will come off Tuesday and Wednesday, expected auything but defeat, but they hoped to come out better than S to 3 nsi tho score stood. Ieither Rice, Embry nor Turner could go and it waslnecesenry to fill out with such timber as they could got. Conover and Remin for tho did good work, as did Holoran ATand Reynolds for our team, but the lot-tjr were poorly supported and by bad! throwing and other errors tho I. J s. loit the game. Tho same 'clubs will and a meet nt Rochester Park good game, unmolested by guying and may bo looked for. other Tho kids have heretofore done n good deal of jeering and the like on our grounds, but it must and will be stop pod or tho guilty ones will be put oil" th grounds. An occasional yell when goo nlav8 aro made U all right, but when dirty flings are made towards either tho umpire's decisions or the visiting team it is nn exhibition of bad raising th.it Come if you want to spend a ourclub will refuse to hereafter permit under any circumstances. Porcelain of Watches, Clocks FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING WAX, &C. f Jewelry , Alld SILVERWARE. Is Receiving His Spring & Summer Goods Give me call. -- Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. name-sake- Lincoln : County STOCK ) FRUIT! JELLY GLASSES, JAMm9 H Tops, Rubbers, Sealing Wax, FAIR FARRIS & HARDIN'S. -- Tin Cans and Preserving Kettles AtI ASSOCIATION ? illiAHlKYABIJIJ! AT- 3 GrBS Xich-o'asvill- July 12 g 13 B.K. &W.H.WeareiVs. -- Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Traces, Collars, Pads, Ilames, Leonard Refrigerators, White Mountain Freezers, Water Coolers, Etc. to-da- y STANFORD. Tom-fooler- y siLifieral Premiums Now Is the Time to Buy Mason Light and Wire Top Fly Fans, Jelly Glasses, Tin Cans, Sealing Wax couple days pleasantly. A CARD. and Brass Preserving Ketties; Refrigerators, Water Coolers, White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Traps. CITY AND VICINITY. Lemonade nt P. Hampton's. . m m Fkiit jarsatMcKinneyBros. Fhcit jars ut J. ville. " T. Hocker's, Turners- - the Democrats of the Proposed 13th Judicial District of Kentucky. Some months ago I announced my intention of becoming a candidate for theotlicoof Commonwealth's Attorney in this, tho ICtli judicial district. At that time I supposed tho office would pay $1,500 or Su'.OOOn year, but undor tho now constitution thu salary is fixed at SoOO per annum nnd n certain percentage of tho fines iu misdemeanor caTo Shady Grounds, Fine Music And a. Wire Cloth Spring Hinges and Corner Irons, Grind Stones, Scythe Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, Blades and Snaths. Full line of Cakes, Candies and Fruits. Prices to suit the times. MoISIlTI7E BROS. Fbi'it jars and jelly glasses at A. A. Warren's. Always something now at D.inks, the jeweler's. . I havk several Woods self dump hay rakes for sale cheap. Joo Soveranco, Jr. Wk now havo a stock of woven wire and slat fenco mado of oak pickets. Sine A Menofee. . am agent for tho Win. Deerlng Co.'a I .1 .1 . tntirlfnr II uesi twine, mu Vi. iu it.n 1 ses. On a thorough investigation I find percentage amounts to but that this little, or almost nothing. The office iB a responsible ono nnd requires the whole timoof anattornoylf ho faithfully discharges his duties. I thereforo decline to mako the race, as I feel thnt I cannot afford to nccept the ofiico. In retiring, I desiro to express my silicons thanks and grateful appreciation to my friends who havo kindly manifested an interest in my behalf by their proffered support. Very Respectfully, J, W. HuGiirs. Grand Display Of stock should and will make a drawing card. Remember the day and date. G. M. Givens, President. fc, Do You Need a Wagon? . s Hl U. r- i them-solve- s CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S Car-loa- d I mr j J)U(i""i.i Ti....r.lit,inn io u..m E. C. Walton, Secretary. And examine the Studebaker. just received. 5 J .ity. . j.-- .- & I U Semi-Weekly InteriorJournr: AT WRITTEN AT MY MOTHER'S GRAVE. BY WHITELAW REID'S CKO D, rRENTICE. HOMES. Publlsbod Evorj" Tuesday and Friday S2 PICK. YBAB not so paid K. 5 IT A.D will lie charged.lffn From Dear Kate's Scran-BooJM 1 he ttemblmg dew drops fall Upon the shutting flowers, like souls at rost ; The stars shine gloriously and all Sax erne are blet. The Mother! 1 loe thy grave! lolet, Ith il btoms blue and mild, Vae o'er thy head; when will It wave Above thy child? $2.50 u. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7.00 a. m., Train leaves Rowland at returning The l.'illtfir of tlio .Vvt York Trlti'tne Hum Two 1'ltie HoMJeiices. o Whitelaw Held, the Republican for vice president, hns a city nuil a country icsidtmce His country pent has n histoiy It was founded uinuy years ngo by the famotn Ben Hollnday, who built a stone vatle in imitation of or ndantatini from tome famous cant! y3jj;4Jv. can-tlidnt-- ROYAL ICE ,,.,f I ICE 1 1 II. T. NOEL Judge In the ijth District. ubjeci to the action of the democratic party Is a Candidate for Circuit I velll deliver Ice every mornlnn in Stanfoni nnd KxwlAttdat vne cent per tund it sixty cents per hundred All actounts due last of each vevV Ji t -- JAMIP nite!!, tnnford, Ky M. C. SAUFUEY Of Lincoln, Is a Candidate for Circuit Judge In this Judicial dl'ttlct, subject to tho action of the Democrac) my J THE F. RILEY D. HILBY, HOUSE. 'L.&N. i LOCAL TIME CARD. JUil train joint North " South " " Express train " South u North ..u ., .13 15 a m iipa 1$ pm 'Tlsa sweet flower, et mut Its Rright leaves to the morning tempeMs bew, Dear mother, 'tis thine emblem; dust Is on thv brow. And could I love to die; To leave untasted life's dnrk bitter stream, lly thee, its erst In childhood, lie And share thy dreams. And J must linger here, To stain the plumage of th sinless jears, And mourn the hopes to childhwd dear, With bitter tears. must linger here, A lonely branch upon n withered tree. Whose last trail leaf untimely sore, Wtnt down with thee. a London, - Proprietor, - Kontucky. Gov. Jniiies II. IllcCrcnry ATO POWDER Absolutely Puro all in leavening I hive meved ta my new Hatel and am bettci prepattd than ever to accommodtie the public Good Livery attached and every convenience de sired Give me a call. FRANK RILEY, 71 Is a Candidate t r Congress In the Sth Congressional l)lttil-- t of Kentucky, subject to the actloe of the Pirn x.ratic part) J. S. OWSLEY, JR., Is a Candidate for Comrronwralth's Attarnev.sub jecttotbe actionofthe Democratic pirtv.laauy Judicial District to which I Incoln county may be assigned ... .659 am Lieal Freight North..... South. ...jupm passengers. The latter traint also carry The above it calculated on standard time. Solar time U about o minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. p m , New Orleans Limited 3 17 p. m.; special 8 40 p m Q AC C. Special 1 '$7 a rn.J Rlue Grass Special 5 o a m ; Cincinnati Limited a 07 a 41 p. m. p ta.; Fast Mail 154 am J. II. IS AUG UMAX, FIRE AND STORM HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. I offer lor lent the House and Lot belonging to the estate of Capt Oalnes Craig, and adjwnintf J II Owslet.nn Hustonvllle street, Msnforo, Ky It has eight looms, good well nnd necessary Mail Ulue-ura- Trains pass Junction City as lollows d y v tj Special 12 20 a m South-Boun- u 43 d Fast A)e, I Cream of Tarter Raking 1' wder Highest ot strength Latest I nlted States Ixvernuient rood Iteport. ROAL HAKING 1'OW DER CO 106 Wall street, New ork A INSURANCfe AGENT Representing . f ss North-boun- Sjim:. t make the eason at my place on the Danville pike with the above Shorthorn bull at Sam has proven himself to be a j for ihdseaon cod breeder aud the public's atteution Is called to him ao. 4t A D 11001 Stanford, Ky For Bilious Attacks heartburn, sick headache, and all disorders of Oft from life's w lthered bow er, In stilt communion with the past I turn And muse on thee, the only flowir In memory's urn. And when the evening pale Hows, like a mourner, on the dim blue wave, I stray to hear the night winds wall Around thy grave. Where is thy spirit ft own I gate above thy look is imaged there I listen and thy gentle tone Ison the air f I I will ptt-en- Ir outhouse. Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., r M.McROllKRTS. Agent, Ky Manchester, of Manchester, Eng-tS.it Statifoi Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co. Ins. Oo. of North America, " s Companies t would All of which are be pleased t wait on my friends in this line Pol. promptly Issued Will Insure against tornaicies does, nrind it' rms and lUhtnln; Lightning clauses attached without additional charge Oftue at First National Hank .Stanford. tiMl-cUs- Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Original Jellico Coal. Try It We are the sole agents for Stanford and Rowland Orfi.e ol Depot street and rail- ruau crossing 6 DR. I). E. PROCTOR, SHKLTON 1IOLSE, MRS. WHITELAW the stomach, liver, and bowels, are the J. H. HUTOIT, Lumber and Shingles. 1 IIIGOINS A WAITS REID Ayer's Cathartic Pills safest, surest, and most popular family use. Oh! come, while here I pres My brow upoti thy grave; and In those mild And thrilling tones of tenderness, lltess, bless thv child ' Yes, bles j our weeping child ; And o'er thine urn, religion's holiest shrine. Oh, give hi spirit, undefined, To blend with thine. medicine for Lowell, Mass. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. DR. PENNY, Happy Jack the Happiest Man in Stanford. Stanford, June 23. I took a shave and bath anil glass of soda last niRUt !' i i and wilt have the Ice and Klectrlc Hants complewent to bed, got up this morning and ted iu about sltty davs; the Water Plant soon afI have opened Id connection with my Hotel, the ter donned the cleanest kind of shirt and W. B. In order to place Individual contracts In ad. collar, stepped over to Walton's bulletin vance for Water and Klectrl: Light, the Company offers the fnllovviai; board and there stood a big fat fellow Necet.arv water rxes mill be laid, connected 18 A with GIG other fat ones around him ' mains at actual cost tor pipe and work OfBce South side Main street, in office recently . Electric wires put In aud necessary rUtrts "Good morning, Mr. Jack. My name 13 vacated by Dr. L. F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. free at charge First-Clas- s To be of best quality and gvstrantrcd t give Cleveland; 23 of this crowd around here satlifiiiiun And offer the services of It to the public Brand 1 are acquaintances of yours the rest of new vehicles and fresh blooded horses make my per he schedule of adopted rales Is from if to ) cent lower than . usually given stable oinpare with the GIG nre from diflerent parts of our 13V5URGEO.V DENTIST. great country and are brethteu of ours The Bost in metho Country. Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. Office Jon, Main street, over W. B. McRoberts a call. Give and you can learn their names at your Drug Store, Stanford. of t roos, ent faucet P W GREEN, Proprietor isEach additional rxn. leisure. An old acquaintance of yours AL ntRNS, Manager Each additional faucet . . . l named Watterson, I believe they call Stores, Ranks ami Private Oftces, i tauccl R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. him, is not here." Hatha. iriatc, one lau.et J llvtc allai hmenl lor sprinkler . s s oa Just then I woke up and "Walton was XUL1 I'll!1 11I is' V W INII VVSt.M...pr.,te. tlone an.mal DENTIST. 1 aniHial. I Each aodliK-I III I I o II If 11 If pulling at me to let me know Grover moving to the Higgins office. Lancaster street, was on the track and that my dream was Electric Light Rates. Nitrous Uxide las eiven for painless extracting. STANrORD, K , STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Fur commercial itsc; true to the letter, including the clean j,One are an.1 three c. f lacaMesteMC hiss shirt and collar and Watterson'a abper . leo no For ic. p ecn istcarHSdtacui lignt, er m 6o will we M. CRAIG, sence. Mirabile dictu. What have been DR. a do with Henry anyhow? We AThis Hotel, renovated and refurnished. Is Dow H In tuy charge and I intend to conduit it u as to ji ' Homeopatbio Physician, trying to make something out of him not urI) maintain li high repntanon, but ta add For Kfnlrne Use: bpccial accommodato Its long lilt ol friends - KENTUCKY. ever since the war and we just can't, STANFORD, Far 1st i c p lntidneNt lamp per m o tions fsr commercial travelers aad An roams fur The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, the dlsptoy of samples. for the life of us Keutuckians wo can't 45 Office Hours; 10 to 11 a m.; 1 to 3 p m ; 8 to JS ifp. m. keep him from spreading himself all ' .S, ' ' Nose, Throat and Chronic DisJ Office on Lancaster street, opposite A Far each ldltimal t over the country and trying to make For lurth.r iNformatMR, apply ta ease Specialist in the State. And UtLLlARDand POOLROOMS attached. something out of all the peop'e instead J W HAVDEN.Sup't. JU tl JOSEPH COFFEV j:.t ssssssssassssW- -s of letting us make a little something out -- LOCUST of him. Henry's .spread is too thin to GROVE' Office opposite Coffey Houe, 4sssssssssssssssssssssBSsaSHsssPV, NATIONAL BANK spread over everything and for one I - am determined to let him freeze to death OF STANFORD. K rather than undertake to take him out . 19 6m fur sale Capital Stock of the cold any more. We let him in at The lineit 1 arm and rlchtkl soil in I ioi In eo , I uo. situa- Louisville as a u atter of politeness, ir prliinf w acres ot Surplus 18, COO MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, nils ot Stan, ord th cauiiir at lie within ! blacked his boots, Ac, Ac , &c , and like (.fl.ineola ronud by the bhelby Ciiyturrplke Att.nlMvn ef the public is invited to the fac and aiiesib, to the Stanford and Danville turna petted child always is, he sat down in . V.HAtal HmhIi pike Ikts is one of the best Stock r arms mine iSut- IktlKi. lit. fMklv ..... ..... . .. nK n Stanford HfssssK?ssV'')PsssssssssVJav Under the revisions of the National Hank Art e ijiaas region and ts In a high .late of cdltt the street and threw dirt all over his Corner Main and Depot Streets, depositors art secured not only bv the capital of water for all pvirposes .Ui,.n liability far ao Kentucky new suit. Did you ever hear of a spoilt ' Mr. REID'S CITY RESIDEXWE. Soil is ferule and is suitable for the grawing of stock, hut by the stockholders Stanford, smouat equal to the slock, so that dp Jtilors of Villard was "flmliod" ns a milhen p tobacco carl) aud heat Tho land I. child behaving as badly as our Heurj? I of ttoo.oou two tine o that Has just received a handome line of Spring and JsssssssVQaMs7sssssssssss lionaire beforo tho house wns, and in it ated made 1ithe can be divnled and large ami this Institution are secured by a fund of the bank jf Five sworn uemcnts ofthecondniau 1 improvements are a mmer Milliner) und invites her friend and the feel like taking his breeches down. sssssssflBsHsssssssssmJlif il if i irl!,.u dwr.llinK a convenient slock hJTH, sre made each ear to the United Stales governISSG, for $100,000, it beenmo the propercall in and get firt choice public generally to As for Mr. Hill, he wasn't in it except ty and home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Whitelaw (or later ment and its assets are examined at stated times t ot fruit of all kinds, etc c Ac Hats and Rennet trimmed In the latest stvje hv by government agent, thus securing addititona h H JONrS.Suntorn mOit artistic hands xTsssssssVss'J& fsdssVslft al plv to in New York nud I don't blame him for lioid. Their dining room and the smaller jfassssTMSSsskss IJVast !ksssVL Aflsssssssfacr smt perfect safety to depositors . r., i This institution, originally established as th wanting the world to know his good room, known as a coffee room, with ll.l , Pinevillc W Deposit Hank of Stanford in iStt, then home standing and I am for him as he doors of heavy paneled oak, ceiling led as the National Hank ol Stanford in iWj and sgai the I'lrst NalMmal lla.'k of stands Don't want to gay and spanned by magnificent cross beams, T. UCSII, lunlu-rI am Agent for the elebratcd in iSii, has bad practically an uninterdelicatoly carved panels and magnifirupted existence of is ) car It is better supplied Deering : Harvesting : Company, won't say a word "agm him." I was cent fireplace, nre the admiration of trauMCtihg prompt 1 rm ' itsssssssn AGENT imvv with taolilies Inr ever before businessMAg and REAL driving along after my mules, last winIV and liberally than in its And offer their Machines to the people of Lincoln tuathetio New York. The library is nlso ketMrabIc career Accostns ef corperarf t ns. fiducounty. Their Binders are unexcelled and their ter, through the tow u of Americus, Ga , noted for its artistic beauty. Mrs. Iteid is ciaries, firms and ladivtstisads respectfully solio Reapers and Mowers stand the highest ofanv in Ky. ted APPLEMAN M. D.. the market. Also keep all kinds of hxturtson wnere Mr. Crip lives, and was engaged more devoted to her husband nnd home J. Office at first me before purchasing hand, The Directory oittti Hank is composed ot in reading the sisn boards - well as than to society, but has shown her socinl W or the I have quite a number of I ARMS for Nationalllank J H UACGHMAN, r. J. Foster, of StJwfert!; THF CFLFLRATFIi Lands in Lincoln county. Stnnford, K, 18. nn vers cwst II driving my mules, a country Jake wjll capacity in France, and is a fitting all wtf tmt.,wmA .uj nine J Forestus Reid, Lincoln county; L'.m do that way. That was just after D. li. hostess for the New York palace. rich lands, running in sue from 5010500 Acres. J W. Hrtroea, fcaaford ; Couriering theis locality, their nchHcs asvd ferS.H liastghman, I.mcolii; II. left Georgia. Over the door of a littility of soil, the cuuveuicuce uf turnpikes and M. J. Mltter, Mt. Vcrimn; that hnn; markets right to our door, th) tle house on a coiner hung a sign which Formerly I'rofe-Medicine, rof Pra S T Harri. Lincoln; are cheaper than the Lands of any other county In MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. read: "David 11. Hill, Dealer in Collins." the Mate There is sarcely a Farm iss the cosn. J.S. Heekrr Stanford; Yourself to death when ou can always find some' tj over 3 miles from a depot thing palatable and nice at Wonder what that meant? O A. Lackey, Lincoln; M; B. Smith and Mhs eaney Walls Electrical Medical Collogo, 1 he cuuiity is checked w Ith turnpike ruasvistg T. P. Hill.Stanford. TORONTO, CANADA, meter) direction .There ss not a public rosed en H.u'i'Y Jack. were married Wednesday at the bride's teritig the count) seat that is mt! Macadamised W. O. Wekb, Stanford; II ranch ot the I. A N It We have the Knoxville Now Examining Phjslcian of the mother's, near Waynebun:. JESSE D. WEAREIYS, W.P. Tate, Stanford R. dividing the county from East to West and the LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. C b R R from North to Niuth, the K C. R R The gosips are telling of n marriage OFFICERS Southern Medical Institute, Who keeps Iresh from the markets, the gaidens crovsmg the C ft O from this place to Cincinnati, J. Hacker, President; and orchards Some of the youui: folks of London shortly to occur hero that will biirprise at Winchester giving full access t the Markets nl LOUISVILLE, KY. John J. McRoberts, Cashier; the whole world. Resides, we have three large went to Speaks' Mill Tuesday to picnic some people, who have not kept up Ktour Mills in the county that give us a market A. A MeKinncy, Assistant Cashier with the procession. right at home, aud the developChoice Fruits and Vegetables, Will be at Myers House, Stanford for all our grain and court. of the mountain regions of Eastern and ment The betrothal is announced of Prin-ces- s Tuesday, July 19. Kentucky bv lailroads and the outMrs.Bettie Faris, James Johnson, Candies, Cakes, Crackers, let Sonth by railroads has created such a demand Margaret, youngest sifter of Empe From a m. to 6 p m., one day only, Charley Baugh and Misses Bettie, Mary returning for ull kindsof cereals and provender that wecan 9 ror William, nnd Prince Charles Fred every tour weeks during me j ear scarcely retain enough tor homcconsumption. Drummers' Lunch Bicults. Graham Wafers, Re- and Frankio Baugh left Wednesday for OF STANFORD, KY he people are prosperous, generous and kind, ception Flakes and everything nice and good to a fishing trip on Rockcastle River at erick, oldest son of the Landgrave of Dr Applemanis a graduatrcf Bellevue Hospit- believing in Christianity and. education. 1 lure eat. No stale goods alio ed to accumulate. al Medical College, New York City, and the Elec- is not a neighborhood in the county but lias a Is now fully organised and ready for business with Heese Cruse's Ferry. trical Medical College, Toronto, Canada. He has geod church and made a special study ot the diseases he treated in - - 15200,000. County Superintendent V. D. Weacounty seat of Lincoln, is a prosStanford, A tiafe? Investment the great Rcllevoe and Charity Hospital for sev perous little the of about ..too inhab.iauts aud is Paid up Capital of city ver is making some marked improveIs one whlihis Kuarauteed to bring vou saiit. cral years and recognises nosupcrior in diagnosing the great doorway from the North and North- - Surplus, . - - - 19,000. He devotes all and treating Chronic Diseases or in Northwest The hot Flour In town. Sweetct Hams In the ments in his homo and tells me he will factor) results, price, case of failure, a return of his time to the treatment of chronic and nervous east South and from the ganng right to .southeast,wn mis sale plan you can Into the bouui (jurbnasc and standing as it does SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL, market. Prices as LOW thin anywhere in the remodel it his skill entiiely aud have as nice a buy from our adveitised druggist a bottle of Dr diseases of both ttxet andestablishedas an expert in om of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern ' RANK OK STANFORD, city, Goods delivered Iree of charge. Produce of Treats suc- Kentucky backed up ny me wnoie mue urass King's New Discovery for Consumption. It s this class of cases is w ell Give me a call all kinds taken In exchange Now closing up) with the same assets and under little place as anybody. cessfully, and guaranteed to bring relief in every case when region ot the State with railroads running through V WbAKfcA the same management, Jtb'it any affection Judge W. L Jackson, who is to act- uved forconsumption, of the throat, lungs or chest' it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally Ry provisions of Us luiter, depositors are as such as inflammatio of the lungs, one of the best located towns In the South for fully protected as Cures ing as special judge in a case at Manches bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough croup, etc aie depositors iu National rnannfactures and other enterprises of magnitude. etc It is pleasant and agieeable to the taste, per. Acute and Chronic Catarrh Ringing in Ears. Water Works are now being acltated and right Hanks, its shareholders being held individually fctly safe and cun always be relied upon Trial Deafness. Diseases of Eye. Ear, Nose, Throat. aboue the town abouti of a n.lle liable to the extent of the amount of their stock A. G Liaham ter, passea uirougu itiesuayon Ins way John D. Cattleman. therein at the par value Lungs. Kidney, Urinary and llladder troubles to that place. Hon. Henry Eversole bottles free at A, R Penny's drug store there could be erected Water a Works with very amount invested in suchthereof, in addition to the shares. It may act as llright's Disease, Dubetes, Dyspepsia, Consti- little cost that would supply city of 150,000 in- executor, s administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as went from this place with him. pation, Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Epilepsy or habitants with the purest and best water In the n individual Merit Wins. Fits positively cured. world Our llttlo city hs been newly rebuilt in Tuesday night James Tipton broke 'lp those who entrusted their bulsiness to us Young or middle aged men suffering from Wedesireto say toourcitUens that for years we and its business houses art! res k H. rw have been ssllliiff Dr King's New Discovery for Iiupotency, Eruptions, the results of idences will compare with larger cities of greater while rnnaglng the Lincoln National Hank of jail and made his escape. He was the Consumption, Dr King's New Life errors or excesses, should call before It is too late n..i.n,nn. (inr merchants and tradesmen are Stanford, we we here tenuerour many thanks and Pills We have two trust they will continue to transact their business Arnica Salve and Electric Hitters, and have We gurantee a cure if case has not gone too far only prisoner allowed outside the cage all prosperous and doing well never handled remedies that sell as well or the Superfluous hair and alt eruptions of the face banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are with us, olfering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience is in the jail, being what is tunned a trus- have given such universal satisfaction. We do permanently removed prosperous and in a good coudition banking and as liberal accommodations as are connot hesuate We have splendid schools. We have a Female sistent with sound banking ty, but was not allowed outside the room atand ready to guarentee them every time and we over 100 pu to refund the purchase price if satisCollege, a lar.ge brick building, with the prlncipal.liip of built around the cage. Tuesday even- factory results do not follow their use These pilsiu attendance and under a flourishing condilUHKCTOHS: remedies have Is In ?reat nnnulnntv As Sjphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , Prof. J M Hubbard, Seminary that is a good ing lie professed to be very sick and in their merits won theirPenny, Druggist, inir.lv J J. Williams, Mt Vernon; A. R. tion. We also have a cured by never failing rcmeales H J. M. Hall, Stanford; some time in the night removed the Diseases of women, such as Leucorrhea, painful school, with Prof DestF't,H'"kem,liliU1i,,$feila Wie Public the Menstruation Displacement ot Womb, bearing have one of of J. S. Owsley, Stanford; brick from under one of the windows the State, with over 100 puptls in this section down pains in back, relieved in short time good private S.J. Embry, Stanford,! 1 he Doctor carries all his portable Instruments attendance, and with other are excellent schools, and is now in parts unknown. Ho was school MANAGERS, J K Lynn, Stanford; and conies prepared to examine the most obscure you see our elegant facilities bullnings, representing church We have serving out a $100 fine A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgevillc; medical and surgical cases When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria. a full corps 01 ministers He undertakes no incurable diseases but cures every denomination, with doing a better business J. K.Daughman, Hustonvillc; Commerce Building, Louisville offias class talent and are When the was a Child, she cried for Castorla. hundreds given up to die. In Chicago, Agnes Huntington's than any clasj of men in the city. J. F. Cash, Stanford; South. as facts, Agents throughout the I have Hied to make this statement r William Gooch,;SUnlord, Ky chorus girls were fined $2 50 each for When she became Miss, she clung to C&storia. exaggeration or coloring, as thosa CONSULTATION FREE without anv .11. Shanks, President. who know will beam e out, and those who wish wearing Cleveland badges on tho singe When she bad Chi! 4ren, she garo them Costorla. And Confidential. "Address J. B. Owsley, Cash! to buy pleasant homes at fair prices and locale among'agood people with all the best surround"W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agent, and the girls thereupon destroyed CO W. M. Bright, Teller. J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D, would do well to call and see me before ings costumes. STANFORD. KY. elsewhere Louisville, Ky, fa l - Dentist. fflHfirP a. s. price:. 1 JOHN ... f'-- of the Old World. It stands upon a Otlice hours 7 to 9 a in and 5 to 9 p m. commanding point in Westchester county, X. Y overlooking Long Island sound and n vast region eastward and westward. The place as a wholo is not excelled ns a country seat in America, : : and Mr. Holladay, in memory of his western career, named it Ophir Farm JTOK SAX.1C. Ho was reared in n cabin, lived to be many times a millionaire and to see both his daughters countesses then lost his On Monday, July II, 1892, wealth and consequently his lovelv es- County Court dar. the undersigned committee will tell publicly In (runt of the door in tate. John Roach, the famous shipbuilder. ."tsiitotd, between t and a p m , necame tno owner and lie, too, suc- 18 Lincoln County Bonds cumbed. His son Garrett became nomOf Denomination of $500, inal owner and soon died. Then Mr Reid bought it, but the "hoodoo," as ve year interour colored friends say, still "bore st and navableannuallrVA11NOS, W K down," nnd in 1SSS the mnnsion was de- C. II COOI'EK, Corn' J. It PAN TON. I stroyed by Are. A new nnd more im- vwilrv Mtfittclin tins ncdii fit. (to .......a yfj...0 u(....vm .i.o i.v.i Uli 111 1(1113. Mr. Reid's residence in New York city is widely noted, and a complete descripI am agent Kentucky Hedge tion would fill many columns liko this. Fence Co. d for The Centralerler the services of Lancaster and It is the famous "Itahau palace" de- both myself and the Company to the cituenso' am verv thankful for the liberLincoln county signed by Henry Villnrd some ten years al patronage recelvt cd and hope by lair dealing to ngo, hiiil stands at the corner of Fiftieth merit acontinuance Farmers in need of a good nud at the Myers House in Stauford street and M.dion avenue, directly fence willCouutymeCourt div n each M V. JOHNSON. facing the famous Catholic cathedral. 976fB Tho location is m the ery heart of high toned New York, in the central section of the cremo de la creme. The plan, ns drawn by Mr. Stanford White, was for Dealer In a structure consi-tm- g of three wings, having the form of a square with ono Foreign and Domestic Fruits, side open. The plan was slightly modiConfectioneries, Ac. fied by Mr. VilJard, so the stylo is now spoken of ns that of "the Italian RenaisHas with him a first class baker and can I urnihs 5r read. Cakes and the lite on short netice. sance somewhat Americanized." Rowland, : : Kontucky. Dealer in Oeneral Merchandise, C. D. FOWEtX, riKAtan in Lincoln County Bonds Goods sold for cash only It gives me pleasure -:- am doing to state to thr public in general that nicely under the Cash Svttvn and that the people are rapidly catching en to the (act that it is the Asm! Country Produce, better system, both lor the buyer and seller. 'I hey also know that I sell aoods for about a third less Has opened his stock if god and Is ready to erve He Iv otfer-tn- g titan my competitors who do credit business lie the people ofMinfotd and vklnllj unheard uf Itargains and all who want gviad member that keep constantly on hand a splenpoltic price, should col! on did assortment of Dry Roods, Groceries, Cloth- gfds at the ing, Hoots, Shoes, Hats and the like Call In and htm on l.ojsn Avenue, near Lancaster pike to see mr slock, which is replenished almost daily J H ItlLlON, Rowland, Ky T1IK STANr-iR- General Merchandise, 1 leM cturt-hui- e NOTICE TO THE Watertight and Ice Co. TRAVELING PUBLIC. Has contracted with responsible firms lor Its plants MYERS HOUSE, 4 TO THE FARMERS. Livery Stable, ed f II JOSEPH COFFEY,Iro'r. j.r 4 court-hous- First-ClasstSalo- on - 39-- y DB. J. A. AMOIT, -- Stanford, Kentucky. stock: fhm' FIRST 5200,000 c Uluc-dra- ss Milliner and Dress Maker ----- . .- 1 1 vv r i"VF To Farmers, C n to-da- II. H'J-V'- i' S. ESTATE Stanford, ss v h- i 1.-.- -. XJOJSTT STARYE English Specialist, s rid-rtu- tief j South-easter- n Fanners Bank&TrastCo. 1 Staple Groceries, And Provisions, school-hous- e, , Permanently three-fourt- hs ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. 1 vn Ruck-len- 's Insurance Company, Blood and Skin Diseases. , i BARBEE&OASTLEMAN -- pur-basi- ng 95-i- yr V r .. , ...- -. . 9r-- z ismkmmi