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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892071501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- - ' Cj, " ut r- Semi-WeeklVOL. XX. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY, y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JULY 151892. n NO. 40 fblo true then nil elections are not "freo nnd LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. The Importance of Teaching Twelve .., .. .,,...1)l,.l il... I. jiuvui-KP- t, in .t cm Months in the Year was announced and ...!.. II mo and to ' Col. Alvah Pullins, of Garrard, nnd Evervthliiir U ready broSr '" aro- t,iero,jy "abridged." What is Prof. Thomson was once more called up- Mr. Georue Summey, of Madison, nre liorrln In nlnv nml wn ard UOraJK ft,' have i mo ubo oi declaring mat men possessed on. Tho professor commenced his usual visiting here. J. M. HUBBARD, A. 1YI., President. 1 tho best air in the State. oi certain qnaiillcations nre eligible to "crawfishing" tactics, but his excusos Henry Parsley and Mis3 Nannie will nrearh at the certain olllces, when Eld. J. 0. Frank 6uch restrictions not being nccopted, he delivered n very 1892. Court-hous. 4. v. naln next Sunday, n the aro placed around them as to prevent tiiueicBiiiiK ituurei. tuooue, u.iruiny mm Conters were married Wednesday at the . t.. t ...t. !... ...! 1. regJJenpo 0f J'. not U 1 ItmnU. tttAl Fiill rA.nl- rirrnrimpvntrt.wj ... ..UMHH. wh.r,. .ari,tt. Stirf.trtp repairs on tho Christian church are in f I....... ,.... Bw. .,.- w. w.. .... ...w. at.1 Vn.mfll ...!. their being voted for? It would Beem u loson ttmiier tieveiop'il the subject. UllClillUIC. 1MU1U ftUU Solomon, youngest Chilli Ol tlie into An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circular! furnished on applleatieu. completed, that gradually, but none tho loss surely, One subject on the programme whs James Butner, colored, died Wednesday Reuben Kinder nnd Matilda Doolin nre tho rights of tho people giviug way now deferred nnd Union Sunday Schools morning and was buried Thursday. rrere married Tuesday by Kev. J. It. t the imperious demands of tho politic- nnd The Sunday-SchoUnion was subThe Eureka Manufacturing Co , of Thu j;rooiu is 70 years fercy. al demagogues, who luve no other use stituted and K'd-jW. .v. Gitmn was this place, has assigned. Can't learn nnd thobrl(lo31. for the average yoter than to secure his called upon to le.nl. lit- denned tho anything about assets or liabilities. Tho excursion to Cincinnati last vote on election dnv. three kinds of Sunday ochools 1st, those A subscription S o'clock is being passed Sunday not back here at purely denominational; 21, thosd fur- around and liberally LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. signed to have tho This is considered unusually Monday. nished and run by denominations, but in I fast tlmo lor tho K. C. Mrs. S. R, McHoberts is now on a which other denominations nre invited school house aud grounds put in decent shape. Tlio youtJK men were unable to visit to Dr. O. II. McHoberts. She was to partake; Jil, union Sunday-school- s Dealers In Mrs. Dottier, who has been propriecure n room laro enough in which to accompanied by hereon, I M. McHob- furnished nnd run by r.ll denominations tress of the Commercial Hotel, near the glyo their anuual fair hop. An im- erts, who returned to Stanford. He confessed a perjonnl weakness for depot, has moved to Livingston, where will probably bo jjlven this promptu Tho citizens of Liberty witnessed a the latter class. Mr. Wickershnm also she will keep a boarding-house- . evening at tile Mason Hotel. strange phenomenon on tho 11th Inst. It made remarks on the same subject. Tho trouble A Hummnry of tho speeches made In was the presence In person of tho Has- - The election of deb gates to the State aud operators of between tho miners the Laurel coal comtho Constitutional Convention shows a tonville bachelor at Sunday-schoo- l and convention of the Sunday School Union panies has been adjusted Shoes, and the miners lunj? power up- preaching frightful expenditure of on that day. wns announced nint Miss Etta Wilkin- hayo gone to work. The operators nc- who, of a few on the part Deputy Jailer Win. Brown arrested son and Mr. M. K. Humphrey were The following goods we are going to close out under tho linnrceston that they monop Tom Long on Monday for lighting and nominated ami elected to till the posi- ceeded to tho miner's demands. Marriage license have been issued ollzed all tho wisdom of that body, were disturbing religious worship at Caney tions. since July 1 to II. W. Bowling aud Manot slow to kIvo vent totholr views up- Fork church last Sunday. Ho iravobond Announcements were now made by ry J. Vandiventer, Richard Chnmplain on nil occasions. and his trial is set for Saturday. Jim Elder Gibson nml closing remarks by .nin D. Harris, of Louisville, is visit- Pettijohn was also in the scrape, but nt Hro. Ilurkley, nfter which tho stirring nnd Julia. McVey, John Tuttle nnd Eliza JaneSas-enBitrutm Thorn is nnd Maring his parents. Mies Clyde Huffman, present is on leg bail. It will pay you to see them if you need anything in the list: ' song, garet Castell. of Louisville, is the KPt of relatives. Married, on tho 7th inst., Mr. J. F. "God be with you till we meet again," Hon. Harry Eversole, of this place is A number ofM.aiica.stcr young folks at- Wilcher to Mies Iiettie Wilcher. Tho wasnuiitr, the benediction pronounced talked of as a probable candidate for All light Dress Goods, including Fine Dress Patterns, tended the Stanford hop Wednesday ceremouy was performed at Myers it ' and the multitude dispersed. Organdies, Swisses, Challies, Canton Crepes, circuit judge since it has been under evening nnd had nn unusually trood Mkiuson a store and was done up in NOTHS. stood that Col. It. L. Ewell would not Brandonburgh Cloth, Pine Apple Tissue, Cotton Challies; 1L L. Klkin nnd wife, of IxmiIs-viltime, his beet stylo by Judge Myers himself. The assemblage was variously etimat- - make the race. Col. Ewell would be are visiting relatives near town. v i irge crowu 01 youngnors iinti collect- wl nt fmm s00 to o 000; 1)200 or 1,500 is more in his element ns a candidate for Mr, Klkin has n position in Surveyor ed in tho clerk's ollico to witness the Gents' Puff Shirts, Ladies' and Misses Shoes, , ,. vi ,....,. ...it..,n,.. Congress. Collier's olllce. happy knot tied, but tho loving couple Ladies' Waists, Ladies' ready made Underwear, Mr ltarkIey u ft1 enrIle3t worker nnd Judge W. L. Brown, of.this county, Tho following is n copy of the corres being of a timid nature, quietlv with- - j blg ,v!lole soul itl the caUHe. including Gowns, skirts, Corset Covers, &c. lias announced himself n candidate for pondence between two democrats of drew to the store, and the ailalr was ,)Ut, Thore secmeil to be a conspicuous ab- - Commonwealth's attorney and will be a Cleve-lanAlso a splendid line of light Wraps. county nnd Gnrrnrd o .rniiiiume gaping collection was sun, e,1(,rt of,. tuxmhe, at nrPllcIUr.s. Has hard ninu to beat. Mr. Brown nnd Mr. of date Juno 2S and July 7th. H'ntilti. fn. it . ni... ......... rMn nr i... ' Buctarinnistn n stronger hold on the clerMatthews, of Knox county, presented Lancaster, Ky., June 2S, 1S02. Hon. young men of thnt crowd could have gy than the masses of tho people? their claims in nice little speeches to drover Cleveland, New York City, X. been bought cheap, oven nt their Everybody was delighted wfth tho the people present at county court last Kentucklaus, who estiuiAtion, after finding out how they As . Dear ?ir: order which prevailed. Nothing Monday. ' good nre proud of your nomination and de--8. had been fooled. occurred to mar the enjoyment of tho Besides the presidential candidates re your election, the undersigned beg Though a good nttendnnco wns ex-- , I Jaw JL, .. .0 A.1 occasion. , the votors of this county will have tho you toncept tho two tjullls. taken from pectod at tho county convention of the - lenrn-- 1 followiug After diligent research, we huvtcandidates to vote for at tho flowing of nn American eagle nml sent Kvntucky Sunday-Schoo- l Union, hold with a request that here on Inst Saturday, yet none nnticipa-te- ed of only one absentee, nnd that was November election: Judge of the Court by express Geonie E. Stone. Souiobody had fright-- i of Appeals, circuit judge, conirressman, of signing such an immense multitude ns was ened him bv tellim? him thnt he was on ". uiethcui ininaugural your letterThe circuit court clerk and probably jailer. address. um.'1'Unce and hero on that occasion. The place O thu trfrii,iini.t ... ., c,.a.li nt til.. Kttn. Has a Complete Stock of ...v. (fr n ..v 1. '.... natural element of our National bird of meeting was changed from the Upper ,)nvBilinnl niii.alinn. rnvvii .y. ...v fnr There will be democratic candidates for Itonr-i4in each of these oilices, even if Lincoln freedom is in sunlight beyond the lonltotbe tine Sycamore grove between imyj(,.or jrv., or cnu harangue a county has to furnish nil of them. : ilouds where the air is as pure as the hipp s cool spring and the Hsh Pool. J party you aro tho lvarly in the morning immense throngs t ncrowa on polities, but is rather timid principles of the MIDDLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. ln nppenng on the forum before a honored representative, amilas there i In from all jurts of tho county, jotl8 Rs?l.,n),v. Picnic nt the Green River church victory In the nir in November we bid anil tneru wore a roipectabio number July 23d. y m Ciod speed ns thu leader of the irom nujotntng counties nml even some MT VERNON, R'JUKCASTLE COUNTY. Your Liberty scribe reports n dull democracy of the Union. Very wnro there from Danville. Tho State James Prewitt is snipping 120 gal- - time down there last week. Thnt wns L. Arnold, Charles Gal Visitor, Mr. John G. Bnrkley, of GreenJohn Ions of blackberries a day. nows indeed. Wiio ever heard of Lib-oi- ty lather. ville, called the convention to order and 0. C. Williams was in Mt. Sterling being otherwise than dull? Hangs. Stetson, Tracy & MncVoach. alter devotional exercises, the singers Inst weuk on legal business. Miss Laura McDaniel and her little ntt'rneyH nnd oounsolora at law, Mills woro oKllod to tho front and the proceedLig Boreing has had his pension insisters, Essie nnd Annie, of the Masonic buiiding 15 ltroad street, New York, ings were opened with tho song, creased from ;t) lo$V2 per month. Orphan Home nt Louisville, arrived July 7, 1H0! Messrs. John L. Arnold "A hail the power ol Jesus' Nam." James I. White lias returned from hero Saturday to spend a short vacation. Gallogher,- Lancaster, Ky. nudOharliw Mr. Barkley then delivered a verv Metcalfe countv. where li optioned 000 They aro said to be sweet childreu and Mr. Cleveland instructs deeply interesting lecture on Gentlemen: the Aim acres of the Seminary land. there is much interest felt for them. nn In acknowledge tho receipt of your and Agencies of tho Kentucky S. S. UnA. Pennington nnd C. W. Adams The Sunday-schopicnic, to be not letter of June 2s and to thank you ion, folio wtxl by Eulsr W. A. Gibson on represented Hoekcastle in the congressgood wishes for hell hero 011 thu 23d, promises to be n very cordially for your the Importance of Old People Attending ional convention at Nicholasville. grand nllair. We have not seen tho and hau and for tho quills from tho wing of for s. The ease of 0veu Turpin for 6hoot- - programme, but it is said to bo a very oagtu. He instructs mo to nn American G. S. Wiekersham, I). II. Goode, of jaino3 Hays some tlmo ago wns call- extensive one. Rav. Colic, Constipation, J. N. Bowling has "Cnatorln U so well adapted to children that Ciutorln cures Dlanrhrea. Eructation, Hay furthor that ho will endenyor to Danville, and F. P. Combest, followed Sour Stomach, od Saturday. Defendant waived exambeen assigned tho duty of delivering tho I recommend It as superior to any prescription b. ,r your request in mind and if prove on the Qualification of Superintendent KilU Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dl H. A. Ancunn, M. aud was put under S'JOU bond. ucicoming address, while Prof. Ilufl known to me." Oxford St., Brooklyn,D., T, Ipestion. practicable to comply with it ho will and Toachers, tho Importance of Paren- ination medication. X Ill So. A. l'enuiugton ha purchased the and other promineut Sunday workers surely uso them at somo tlmo with a tal Example and the XeMty of ChilT7 Murray Street, it. T Tub Cintacr store-roo- m and property belonging to will deliver addresses. The string nnd most kindly recollection of his two Ken- dren Haviug Something to do 011 V. P. Ferrell.iof Lvel- Green, and will cornet bands will furnish instrumental tucky fellow countrymen and fellow VWXKiXZSl place a stock ol goods there about Aug- music, while tho three church choirs' Slow we may Increase the Ellluieugy democrats. Very Respectfully, William ust 1st. e horse will combine to furnish vocal F Kip. aud Number of Schools in thu County Hausel v Freeman Bre preparing to If tho Kontucky Legislature would was opened by Elder W. A. Gibson, folhas been nllowod the cornet band of town. This providoforthe printing ol hnlf a million lowed by G. S. Wiekersham and I). B build a brick kiln just oast furnishing the refreshment nnd in a privilege of is n much needed improvement epics of tho new election law and then Goodo aud closed by J. G. Barkley forci- short time our citizens enu secure their stands. Everybody come and bring full the sheriffs ol tho various coun-t.- bly illustrating the great benefit of all baskets and lot us have a good time. at home. to place a copy of tho imu in tho pulling together in unity nnd harmony. brick Tho trial of James Hogue, Kay nnd Mr. J. U. Williams, of Lynchburg, Lands of each voter and explain to him Tho county secretary, M. K. Hum- Va., is visiting his cousins, J. J. and U. Crit Spears and John West for disturbwhat it moans, the voters of thu State phrey, wa now called forward and Bro. N. Williams. M. 0. Milleranived Tues- - ing religious worship came up at Yo- may In- in eomo measure prepared to Barkley announced that In order to com - day from Austin, Texas, aud will stay n emite Friday. Hoy Spears auu James under the pleto tho organizition for tho county c st their votes Intelligently week with his family, who are spending Hogue were acquitted and system at the November work, it wns necessary to hayo n vlco secret ballot for Crit Spears bavins: the summer here, Lkvtton. It might not bo amiss tu re- president for each precinct. According L. Whitehead, wife aud case ngaiust him was di Mr. John quire each representative to open a ly nominations were made and resulted baby, Elizabeth, of Williamsburg, nre while Squire Tilford was preparing an- BiLool ol Instruction or to deliver public lu tho following elections: And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have visiting Mrs. C. C. Williams. Mr. Sam other warrant ho skipped out and has nMressos in their respectivo counties, Precinct No. 1, Liberty, organized. Kennedy, of Hussellvllle, came up Sat- - not been heard from since. Wo aro glad explanatory ol tho complicated nnd "recinct No. 2, Jenkins, Logan Brown. urday and took his sisters, Misses Liua to know that Roy Spears was guilty of multifarious provisions of the bill after nothing worso than being drunk. That No. 3, Tate's, G. S. Wiekersham. nnd Clara, back home Sunday. tiio adjournment, if that should take No. A, Casey's Creek, S. E. Allen. from reliable source wns bad enough indeed; nnd ho seems Wo understand place beforo tho next election or nt any No. 5, Holling Fork, Win. Spragglns. that Hon. C. W. Lester, of Williams-- ! to regret very much that he was caught XIV of tho future period. Article No. 0, Lee's, Henry Lee. burg, is a candidate for Commonswealth in bad company and had to be brought of tho United States provides No. 7, Little Holling Fork, Ham nttorney in this, the newly made district- - before tho court. John West was lined All Styles and Colors of thnt "No State shall make or enforce May. VV'i. Iim-nnn lMfld irOSS ill tllO WAV of id by the jury, which was very light. nu law which shall abridge the privi.No. S, Middleburg, John M. Tilford. frnm Pulaski for iudee and Accordiug to what we have heard of his T y t.r.leges or immunities of citizens of the Tho vast assemblage were now invited conduct, it ought to have been $25 in- -' from whitlev for attorney, United States." Now ouo of tho privi- to an adjoining grove to partake of tho L9ter stead. leges of a citizen of tho United States repast cooked aud prepated by the young AND has always boon tho right to cast his nnd the fair and tho matrons of Casey From Dear KateTs vote for any one he chose who wns eli- county. And tho long tables groaned Though ihdow robe the iky Home-Spun- s. gible to the oillce voted for. The late under tho weight of 'the substantial And turn! our loy to orrow, Yet all the cloidi will brek away election law virtually abridges this priv- meats aud delicacies on them nnd tnanv And bring the tun ilege by prohibiting tho voter from cast spread their table cloths on the'ground. Then why ihould anyone look ad, voto for any other than those "And they all did eat and were tilled; ing ids And mourn for hopes departed, whose names aro placed upon the tickets nnd they took up tho fragments that reWhen Jiut beyond ui eyes are glad, From which the tcan are started. f provided by the various county author- mained, 12 baskets full; nnd they that ' Time in numbering of years, ities, and prevents any one from being a did ent were 3,000, besides women nnd , Mayadda day of sorrow, candidate unless ho can secure tho requi- children." Hut even this need brinj no tears, In the nftornoon the con volition opeu site number of petitioners to have his For joy will name placed on the ticket. Sec. 6 of tho ed with prayer by Rev. Josiah Wilson FLTLKr And hearts may cling with feeble powers To hopes that had oeen riven, bill of rights of tho now constitution aud soug by tho assembly. Vet ego wilt bring ui brighter heurs Results of Sunday-SchoWork wns provides that "All elections shall bo In thoughts of rest and heaven. free and equal." It would bo inferred now announced by Bro. Barkley and Mr. could not be re- T). Edgar Fogle delivered one of his usThen ever at our happlnets from this that n voter by sorrow, Is choice to tho nominees of ual vigorous addresses, which called stricted in his Look up, and hope on, none the less " any political party or to somo ouo who forth much commendation. Prof. Thorn-son- , For Joy may come of Hustouville, was called upon, but was nblo to secure a certain number of And .tilt be hopefut to the last, Whatever may befall ui. petitioners asking that his name be excused himself on tho ground that he Is Receiving "His Till jey and grief alike are past, by tho could not Improve on Foglo's address, printed on tho ballots provided And anjelt home shall call us. Highest of A Cream of Tarter Baking Powder county; but that ho ought to have and aud that Bro. Gibson had promised to United State all iu leavening strength.-LatKate Castleton, one of the inoat Ooveruuieut Food Report. right to voto for any do his speaking for him. Rev. James should have tho ROYAL BAKING P0WDERCO, ono for any oillco to which he was eligi- - U. Drown made nn ublo address on tho beautiful women nnd an actress of note, 10S Wall street, New York. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. is dead. that ho might select. If this bo not satno subject. - Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6th, vul-wa , o ..!,. i V ....... m I , ol of-nis- r - SEVERANCE & Boots and Carpets, $'c 8CDW9 Dry Goods and Notions, Gents' Furnishing Goods, wle-acri'- H, Regardless : of : Cost. le, ; , n j I W.B.MOBERTS, yggrtaij to-da- y d Druggist and Jeweler, ...,. DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, relig-poure- il ' WALL PAPER, y, 11 - Hu-kcnstl- e ol Sunday-School- oB!KSSSa!TBOEgKlBK3MM Children. Infants ( ij, j Comi-as- t, Sun-dti- mu-Th- lirt vs SPRING CLOTHING ! - i - SSSiOUR STOCK IS COMPLETE I I j : I Ever Seen in Stanford. con-Btltutl- j i - - TO-DA- Y Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. j ScraD-Boo- k. y, ROYAL . cointMo-morro- M'ROBERTS & HIGGIN& -- "; 'A ol - POWDER est toIIwiI ftttfhffl &" Absolutely Pure Spring Summer Goods . VJ .. ' ( Qfl ,. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknrl - Stanford, Ky., July W. F WALTON. SIX PAG-BS- . Youxo Job Kkxdall, who was re cently elected to Congress in tho 10th district to fill tho vacancy occasioned by the death of his father, announces that 15. 1892 owing to his health he will not make tho This is a wise derace for termination. Joe is much too light a man even to rat decently with some of the other really light weights in the delegation. Da, Walton, pension agent for Ken-- t icky, reports that there are now 27,203 pensioners in the State, 7,000 more than W. P. Crntcher, a wealthy Harrods-bur- g man, is dead. Threo hundred workmen in coal mines in which Mr. Stevenson is interested called upon him and congratulated him upon his nomination for , t. a Caili-de.'Ky.- READ STORES: I NSTMTMS." kOFFICE OFi . FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. m On Fridays. r l k ri- - two leading issues in tho coming camUp to this time tax has been paid on paign and on them the democracy will 197 canines, most of them sluts. Dan Thomas sold to W. B. Cecil on Bweep the country. A tarill for revenue only and not to build up the few at the Wednesday 9 shoats, stocked, averaging expense of the many and opposition to 110 pounds, at 4c. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Street aud daughFederal interference in elections will tike like wild fire. ter, of Columbia, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Cecil, this county. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Martha Woods, whose troubles with her husband, Sam "Woods, were noted in The House voted 47 to 25 not to disyour last issue, has brought suit for dicontinue the Interior Bureau. allegiug abandonment, cruel treatThe Senate refused to repeal the vorce, ment, including beatiim, fear of life, Rowan county local option law 22 to 0. The resolution making the Stewart etc. -- Win, Embry, Josh Fry, Ed Knox, free coinage bill a special order was deWarren. Heber McGrath, Henry feated in thu House by a vote of 154 to Jim Dunn, Mitch Gunn, all colored boy?, 1G0. we fined $2 each for throwing balls A lakoe number of negroes gathered unlawfully, iu the town limits, TuesNEWSY NOTES. at the jail in Paducab, as they claimed, day. At Chicago the police made a raid to prevent the lynching of a' colored Dr. M. M. Leech, veterinary, has reand arrested 02 pro- moved hisofiico from across Main street prisoner. They were ordered to dis- on the bucket-shoperse, but they defied the authorities prietors and employes. from Dunn & Fox's livery stable to tho Ten lives were lost by the capsizing nropertv purchased bv him from D. P. and the local company of militia had to be called out. The negroes fired on the e! tho steamer Frankie Folsom, near Pe Rowland, uear tLe First Presbyterian soldiers, killing one of them, and a num- oria, 111. church. e It is said that the L. & N. will ber of negroes were wounded in the volIVvton Parrott. formerly of Lincoln the X. N. M. V. to keep tho ley returned at them. More than 50 county, who was robbed nuil nnmtereu Central from getting it. were captured.and lodged in jail and at a few Units in the vicinity of Middlesin Slick Ford is a new last accounts all was quiet. While we boro a year or so ago, was in town Wedlawlessness in every 6hape, we Wayne and C. T. Denny has been ap- nesday! looking tolerably well for a decondemn must admit that the negroes are not in pointed to take charge of it. funct person. Peyton says ho has been At Clayton, Mo., Sheriff Emil G. asked about the report 150 times. many cases to blame for trying to protect themselves. There is too much in- Dosenbach shot aud killed Mrs. O. W. Metcalf, Mr. and M3. W. S. Smith. Both were repulicans. discriminate lynching of their race. L. E. Rue, Misses Addie Metcalf, Martha Cleveland has refused Lillian Sumrall, Grace Mn. Cleveland has written a letter to to give a portrait of Baby Ruth to a Batterton, Margaret Hollinshead. Mary the Cleveland and Stevenson Club at Southern newspaper for publication. Engleman, Imogene Holmes, Messrs. Middlesboro in reply to resolutions that A hail and thunder storm did much Richard Worrell, Ned Wiseman, George it passed, in which he says of the force damage to crops near Cornishville, Mer-cand John McRoberte, Collins Sumrall, bill: "I do not wonder that you speak county, and killed about 50 sheep. John Robards, who have been camping of it as a horror of republicanism. Such The msurance bill, which has causon Dix river, uear Stony Point, for doctrines as it embodies are a direct at- ed so much trouble, was finally with- out several days, came back t3 town Wedtack upon the spirit and theory of our drawn from the governor by the vote of nesday evening government, and while such a measure both bodies. Miss Sue McRoberts is in Richmond especially menaces the welfare and It is said n Kentucky successor to the guest of Miss Julia Higgins. Sho will prosperity of the South, it must bo conthe Louisiana Lottery is to be started remain until after the fair. Mr. aud demned and denounced by all those ev- under an old legislative charter contau Mrs. S. V. Rowland will leave Saturday erywhere who love their country and ing lottery privileges. for aeojourn during the hot weather in have the least claim to bo numbered A ca'l has been issued for a convenLaurel county. They will be joiued in among those who believe in the princi- tion of Confederate veterans to meet in a few days by their daughter, .Mrs. S. B. ples of true democracy." Columbus, S. C, on July 19 to organize White, of Richmond. Dr. Jack Givens A grand army of Confederates. and Mr. George Givens, pi Pittsburg, are Gov. Pattiso.v refused to send the Near Vanceburg James Shaw was here visiting their sister, Miss Branke military to preserve order at Homestead shot and killed by unknown parties. Givens, who is very ill. Mr. Sam II. until all the civil remedies were ex- Suspicion points to his father-in-laas Wedneshausted, as the constitution of Pennsyl- there had been trouble between the Shanks, of Stanford, was here of the day attending a called meeting did act he vania provides, but when he families. directory of the commissioners of the D. did it heroically and sent enough mn gold brick, weighing 5l0 and D. Institute. Mr. A. C. Alverson, A to restore order at all hazards. The pounds, worth $150,000, will be exhib"t for about ten years and until recently a officer in charge seems to be the right ed in the Mines and Mining building at citizen of Danville, has been sent to the kind of man too.. The strikers had prethe World's Fair, by a Helena, Mont., Lexington Insane Asylum, from Winpared a banquet and an address of wel- mine owner. chester. come to the soldiers, but the general Ollie Ellis has been arrested and Misses Laura and Fanny Sudduth, receive euch attention didn't care to jailed at Augusta on the charge of se- of Winchester, are visiting their sister, from law breakers and refused their ducing a young lady of the place, who Miss Annie Sudduth, at Mrs. Mary tendered attentions. recently gave birth to a child. He was on Broadway. Judge G. F.Lee TnEKE has been some talk about the married but a short time ago. and wife left Wednesday for a visit to Josephine Woods, of Tarkia, Mo , the family ot their son, Mr. Geo. Lee, failure of Mr. Cleveland to congratulate Mr. .Stevenson, is who has lived as a female since her birth, near Campbellsville. Mr. and Mrs. B. it his running mate. now explained that such a letter was 21 years ago, has by the skillful efforts F. Atchison and daughter, of Louisville, written June 25, but got misplaced and of a surgeon been proven to bo a man are visiting the family of Mr. E. W. Lee, was found the other day among some and will in the future wear male attire. south of town. The Misses Davis, of Bavachol, the Parisian criminal, Louisville, are visiting Aieir sister, Mrs. old papers. It was at once forwarded inviting Mr. Stevenson and who ran the gunut of all offenses known W. W. Wiseman. Mrs. Ellen Lyle has and another family to Gray Gables to spend a week, to the law was guillotiued. He raved returned from Paris. Miss Nellie Lyle which he will accept, after he has met and blasphemed while he was being pre- has returned from Lexingtou. Mis3 Mathe notification committee on the 20th. pared for tho ax, which cut short an ry Lvle is visiting the Misses Letcher, at oath when it fell across his neck. Ilichmond. Miss Laura Downton is visLottie Collins, the concert hall singPuducah is still experiencing r crit- iting relatives in Maysville. Miss Sarah song, ical condition of affairs. After the Milier, who first sang the worn-ou- t Martin has gone home in Birmingham, has gone to sing it in an- tia was ordered off duty more shooting Ala., after a visit to Mrs. Mrs. Mary other world. As Lottio was not an an- occurred aud the militia was ordered Mr. Henry O. Bright, commercial gel, except of the fallen kind, those back. Both the negro and Edwards, evangelist, is here on a visit to his famiwho have suffered from that tired feel- tle militiaman, who were shot, are dead. ly. Mr. Squire Walker has returned ing from hearing the ditty eo often, It is reported the striking Idaho min from a week's visit to Washington counshould renew their efforts to keep from e s have taken the adjutant general and ty. Dr. Fayette Dunlap received a telegoing where we are afraid she has gone. several mine owner3 prisoners, and will gram Wednesday evening announcing hold them as hostages until the trouble the death of Dr. Win. Jennings, of RichBreb. Harbison is having an up bill is settled. One hundred and thirty-twmond, a cousin of his mother. Dr. Jenbusiness finding a chairman for his miners wero driven away nings was in the 09th year of his ae. National Executive Committee to man- from the mines nud two were killed. ' Several have been age the campaign. Les Bains, in Savoy, At St. Gervaia HUBBLE. called, but all have refused the job, glaciers on the side of Mt. Blanc became which promises to be anything but a detached, aud sweeping down, buried Clayton and Joo Snow, of Cumber- eiiecure; so the committee has been many homes and bath housed with all land comity, aro ur to sqv their mother, called to meet in New York their occupants. About 130 lives are who has been ill for some time. Miss to make another eflort. known to be lost and there may be ma- Mary Adama, of Hustouville, is visiting Geouoe William Cuims, tho accom- ny more. In the lino of the avalanche Miss Ma'ie Swinebroad. J. S. Sutton eold to D. N. Prowitt a plished scholar and writer, who has ed- not a person wpb left nlive. With a little less than 200.000 popu- lot of shoats, weighing about 75 iiound8, ited Harper's Weekly for years, has just 200 pla- for Henry Ball sold to Tom Wood been informed by his physicians that he lation. Louisville has more than preached or ser some hoj;s, weighing -- (W pounds, for 4c. has cancer of tho stomach and is liable j ces where the gospel is Bros, eold to Pony Beazley to die at any time. Ilia uoatli will be u vices held weekly. Among these are Underwood their feedera, delivered this fall for four Hebrew, 24 .Catholic and 128 sad loss to the world of letters. at tho Bro. Arnold will preach churches. Added to these are Sunday. Eubanks BroB. ' Tiik free silver coinage bill has been three young men's Christian Associa- church next laid to sleep for this session at least. tions, 12 missiona, 20 convent and or- bought some yearling eteera of Tom The House refused to fix a day for its phanage chapels, etc. When the South- Wood for 3c and 50c on tho head. G. consideration by a vote of 10U to 129, ern Baptist Theological seminary is in A. Swinebroad returned from Tennessee thus ending all possibility of legislation session there are over 1,000 preachers in last Saturday with 250 eheep and more that city. to follow. on the subject this session. It is well. non-unio- n ps pur-basHi-no- men were in the mines and were forced to surrender. It is said that 2D were killed and about 10 wounded. Of the 29 reported killed 20 are said to have men, who were in the been mill of the Frisco mine when the strikers blew the mill up with 'dynamite. The union men threaten to blow up every mine in the territory if the men are not driven from it. The president has ordered a dotatchment of the army to the scene and if the strikers do not desist from their murderous designs will treat them to some of their own medicine, which they seem to need , badly. This is a free country and every man has the right to quit work if he thinks he is insufficiently paid, but when he unlawfully attempts to prevent others from taking his place, he puts himself outside the pale of sympathy and ought to be shown no more clemancy than any other law breaker or murderer. non-unio- n is still they come. The Homestead horror had hardly last year, and the cry Tho aluount paid them was $4,50S,931.-- , ceased to be a sensation by the occua million more thau the year before. pancy of the town by S.OOO soldiers and There is said to be one man in Kentucky the takiupposstBflinn of the ateel works has made uo effort to get a pension, from the strikers, before news comes of vho attempt of union men but the report lacks confirmation. another terrible to carry their point by wholesale murCyrcs W. Field, one of tho several der. The strike is at the Gem and Fris- brothers who have made themselves ilThe non union lustrious in tho history of this couutry, co mines in Idaho. died in New York Tues lay, aged 73. Mr. Field laid the first submarine cable that connected the two continents and did inauy other things to entitle him to bo known as a benefactor of his race. gentle buggy and od, Foil Apply to A. R. Penny. saddle horse. For Sale. 1500 ewes and 14 thoroughbred Eouthdown yearling bucks. St Givens & Carter, McKinney, Ky. comes next on The Madison fair the 19 to 23. J. Speed Smith, secretary, has our thanks for invitation. Southdown thoroughbred Two bucks, 22 fine early lambs and 20 fat ewes for sale. D. M. Creighton, Kings-vill' 2t Ky. A Kansas paper sent by Dr. L. R. Yates says that the Stato board of agriculture estimates from reliable reports that the wheat crop of tho State, which has rarely had an equal, will aggregate 02,000,000 bushels. SALK.-Go- ' Stanford, Ky.; Paris Ky.; : Cynthinnn, Ky.; Mt. Sterling, If v.; Mauckport, Iniiinni waruuouhh: Louisville, Ky. v THE LOUISVILLE STORE jVFW YORK, JULYS, 1S02. "! JlTr. A. HAYS, e, it rt rloi" Have to-d- ay purchased from a manufacturer, who The tariff and the force bill will be the DANVILLE. our sale iv, alt departments. needed money, his entire stock of Fall Clothing. These goods were bought Spot Cash and at our own price. So you will be enabled to sell these goods have divided this lot aihong all the 25 per cent, below the regular price. stores, as it was too big for one store. You will therefore please close.out all Summer Goods regardless of price, as you must have plenty of room to handle this bargain. Therefore think it advisable to commence your ClearA. JIL, Yours Truly, ance Sale at once. New Yorh Buyer. The above instructions must be followed and from now on we commence I That means ALL SUMMER GOODS AT COST. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, Stanford. RofroBhlntr Rotreivts. MX.ru m th time th !uaimr dasre .hould fiifure out now ft spjirnocHlinjamlOwlr rlmtr--l.i-r it a wule for ura- - d ymraeriulfihins Llr.im rrrt located along tnett vividly to taw, am.. THEY MUST (SO. per suit. Nice line cheap pants worth from 5 to $i Si. 25 to Si. 75. A few more pairs, of Ladies' Shoes in broken sizes. All the above goods must be closed out regardless of cost; so call and examine goods and get prices. Full line Fruit Jars in stock. W'orth irom is post-offi- ce ,u)i-c- a CeJar Uk. WUcn riUeM. lMtwnut an.l Ahlatl. WU. tho citm-- r becoro rU Mil hat within llw lat k hatilm jimI of attraction lor mnf plxk-- r V Bk.n an.1 In ! thau anrotlwr: Sichvb.ll incmu. the Ww In ac.li. Iwwith th baNam fr.Kra.ur channl atHH-p- ht, that h. a part . th.- - invlortlac Mal-tan.l of th cUmnl buli.lthahaanviitell Information, For pauiphJetaetalulnK jahiabto 1 . T S. I'Al T , 1). etc . apply ta Caiuno.., "Won. au4 TlcVet JAS. C PONT). Asm!. I Mcaso.lll. Chole.a lBfaita hat lo.t lt teirm tince tl lmr4ctK.n of Chaabe.lam' Cl.c. ChwUr. and w.n", W.uU-h- . Tn ". Uu.tP. hlctlM'lUt pth pl. striTSj Men's medium and light weight r.Drl Iaofr m W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. d, tetW., Itt.. ar- - I promh.cnt n.rehaut cured mv baby of cholera Infantum nfler low had failed. The h.W ! human that h teemed alavott txyond the MA cent S and ) itach of 'mmedicine. I.. lWuroi. Drg8i "lilcYtor b, Dr upucizn, auuiuiai Good look a.d tfc treatment at In. f..llee.l a cart. I crr.a Wa at Dunbar Rw-ed- y. '".J.ii'hSu. WW Mr A. jjf. U .eral FRUIT JARS. JELLY GLASSES, At- - .j . sr are more than akin deep, depe.dme upon a h.llhy condition of all the bilioat look, I! the liver be inaciive you hate a have a dyMMK your ttounch be diterdeted you look aud if your kidney, be a.Te.d you have, " pinched lock Secure your health and aliood looks. Klectnc lhtwrt it the era and tonic, act. directly on thetc vital a terative Curet pimplM. blotche., boiU and .sly. goodcou.pl"""- - Sold at A. K. 1'e.nj tore, jo cent, per bottle Good Looks. Tops, Rubbers, Sealing Wax, 'S.: Tin Cans and Preserving' Kettles u. We authorise our advertiteUducBi.t to lell yon fsr Contnajption. Dr. Kins'. New Ultcovery condition: U ou Cough, and Cold., upon thu are iffl.ctcd with I.a (ir.ppoand will u.e th. trial biv.be it a fair nod expermce no bene6t. you may tie and have your money JunrJiJVeA7?,,lre tuccew.of tlii. offer becaut of the " Kmz'.New DUcoverv d.irmc u demtc Have heard of no cas inwhKh it failed. Try it Trial bottle, free at A. R I'"ny druj lore Lare .lie joe and Si. Mr. Van Pelt, cdrtoToTThe Kraiff. Mo . Meteor. J went tn a dru? More at 1 1 ilUdal. thepht.kianin attendance to (five him a tlowor tomethW for cholera morbu. and loone. of the bowelt. lie .ays- "I lell o much better the next mornlnj that I concluded to call on the l'"r,cian the and get him to fix me up a jupply ofme amed'clneor bottle I was.urpnied when he handed Dlarrhn? a RemChamberlam'. Colic. Cholera and in ii edy. He Niid he pre.cribed It practice and found it the belt he could Kt or pre-at my case pare. I can teilily to it. I'lncieno in Drug-gall event.." For tale by Dr. M L. llourne, and Optician, Stanford. Ky. Guarantood Ouro for La Qrlppo. FARRIS & HARDUVTS. " A.' R.PENNY, ) DRUGGIST AND JEWELER During the year 1S92 I hand a full and complete lo. " " shall keep constantly on stock of - rlrly ut Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. My stock of ToiletArticles Glass, Books, JEWELRTT Kin-naird- 's The belt .alve in the world lor cut., lruu fever torei, ulcer., tail rheuru,corn, iore. tetter, chapand all .Win erup ped hand., chilblain., "?"''-e- d. lion, and po.itively cure pile., or no .aUilactioc, It u guaranteed to Price perfect r S ' P" or money refunded. .ale by A. R. Penny. SUnlord, Ky. Oucklln'a Arnica Salvo. WATCHES, CLOCKS & ry U-Fo- Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ol prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas Daltoii in charge. A. R. TENNY. SII!AB((D."KrABOI! When When When When Baby was lck, wo gate her the was a Child, the cried for CMtorla. tho became JIUs, tho clung to Castorla. them CMtorU. the had ChUlren. tho CVutorla. 3 (WQHfJBS AT- - ae B.K.&W.H.Wearen's. Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Traces, Collars, Pads, Uames, Leonard Refrigerators. White Mountain Freezers, Water Coolers. Etc. t Boom-ta-ra,- " Kin-nair- d. A carpenter hy the name ol M. . row" fell Io j, from the ruofof ahou.a in K.a.t De. Moines. at the and tu.tained a pnlnlul and lenou. .pram one bottle ot wriit, which he cured with rMS Balm. He .ay. It l It co.t him 50 cent.. F or Io by Ur. n. bottle Optician, btanlord, kv L. Bourne Druggist and rln o BANK ' non-uni- on THE JEWELER, The 1'i'sf' 9-- $gP Ready j McRoberts' Drug Store, Stanford, Kentucky. Articles to Suit the Most Fastidi-- j ous. A complete line of For IS THE BEST Watches, Clocks AH Z. MADE. The Best is the NT f vvHmm XOT ID. - m Prot-esta- .c. more space than any Paint mixLION PAINT will cover one-hal- f ed by hand and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Accept no substiComplicated Watch Repairs and' tute. Good Agents wanted. Manufactured by Artistic Engraving a Specialty. LION PAINT & COLOR WORKS, LEXINGTON, KY All good, .old engraved Ireo of A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. jHTYour patronage re.pectfully loltcIUd. Jewelry chf-ri-- (imgfggj ,v And SILVERWARE. . I :S ... CS" 2y IIMOST CAUGHT. THE THRILLING ADVENTURE OF AN ENGLISH SPECIALTY MAN. A Trap Wim I.11I1I fur lllui. lnt II" Out r Out r It .flint In Time, Only to I5u Js'eiirly Nnlilied Onre AkiiIii. - d Copyrlftlit. IKW. by ITmrloa tt. Co.. Th liouwi of Ijilrd, W'lllliitnsf 1 diamond merchants and wholesnlr nnd retail Jeweler, of London, employed no trnvollng agents. Tho nearest approach to It win what Ii called "a cpeolalty limn." In othor worth, ho win mi employee of tho house triutcd almost ns much as ono of tho iwrtners, hut under ImiiiiIs o heavy that tho house need not worry nlMitit him If hu illd not turn tip nt tho hour howatduu. It happened very often that titled jieoplo mil t litem who hiul grown rich In Initio couM not make It convenient to come to town to deal with the house personally for raw Kerns, while other were in want of Kpeclnl design for birthday gifti, souvenirs and tho like. Such ieoplo stated their desire hy letter, ami tho "specialty mnn" wai 'Mint to take their order or nmko n halo. I Imil nerved the house four rears with- out Ins ami scarcely without adventure, when I whh Mtwted o4r for Morpeth, a town in thu north of England. Tho llrm hail received i) letter from u wealthy nntl well known puhllc titan living In tho Milmrln of thnt town to thu effect that lit wifa liml broken a ll:uh nml win not able to bo about, hut wanted several Hclal things In Jewelry in mmiii hk they could ho made for prueetit to friends. She woulj also look nt mmiio goms, jmi tlculnrly a diamond necklace, hut nothing common win wanted. Thu story was current that this gentleman's daughter wan hooii to b married, ami It waH nntlciHitod that I would receive n very fair order. The vnluu of tho Jewels packed up for mo for that trip was MimethiiiK like .7,000, From tny very first trip I had always traveled after n certain fashion tli fashion of a commercial traveler. .Many of tho fraternity honestly lw lieved that I was n Keiitilnw memlcr. In my grip 1 carried about a lmen Mttall lot tie of dye, and It vhh tupp"ed that I was tmreliute with that line. The Jewelry ems watt placed In tho grip, ami 1 left the lf- lice, hut I was by no menns green enough to take It to tlmii. The house of Laird, Williamson & Co. would have tood to pay a thousand pounds rather than hnvo tho public Informed through the press thnt them had been a conspiracy to rob their "special innn." While I made many Inquiries, I gave nothing away. I ascertained thnt the two men with tho vehicle weru strangers in Morpeth, and the wliolo plot was pretty plain to mo. I had Intended to leave on my. return to Iomlon nt 5 In the afternoon, hut an accident 011 tho line detained mu till ?. Tho night came on dark and stormy, and thuru were but few jwssenirers from Morpeth. Four of us who irot on were ushered Into the same compartment. There were two plain women ticket cd to Durham, nml tho third was n man Hlxiut foity years old, of pleasing addrees nnd genteel appearance. As soon as we (ell into conversation hugnvo me to understand that hu lived at. Huvurly, a town above a hundred miles down tho line, and from certain words let fall I gathered that he wa. n prominent public official of the placo. I didn't exactly reply that I whs in the dye line, hut he probably inferred 11a much from what I said. I was glnd of his company. He wns u fair talker, amttlwmwiii that no oim could entertain n MtetriokMi of its VHltll. 'iTwre wan omIt one odd taint; about the letter from Morpeth, and that win not commented on until after my adventure. It meatkned day mmI date and hour when my MTiral won hi be expected, and 1 left time. Had this londoti to hit the we matter been brought up sfeenUl baveaaid that the gentleman was probably going to leave homo later in the nay. It wm in the mouth of Octolier, ami I was timed to reach the town at 10 o'clock tn the forvnnon The letter aid that a carriage would he In wailing for me to drive at one to the manor. The train wan on time to a minute, and I got off hi company with two traveling Mleometi. I found the carriage after a bit. There were two men on the box, and they at flret twented to iiicton that I was the right party. Their ilottbtit probably arute from the fact that I him plainly rireeed ami waa in the mpiny of the aaleetneu. One of them if I ax the Jewelry man Sir Blank , ami I replied Uiat I wanted wm toiwe the Kent letnan whether expected or n t. They heitated about dririug off, lait m ii io else appeared we finally made n affair knocking about with Mich apparent ea't ed evjM-ctlnrf- no ltlt you hooewtly Uiat liatl bad sooner queer entered the OHiriage titan I I k? itt The outflt was txi cominoN to hy aurb a man Ui.'iail and publicly naMr Hiauk.aml the two men didn't ap ear at ll likeserraiiU. I had never been in Morpeth liefiire, and vaa Uieivfora ignorant of the direction u- ought to tnko or the dUtanoie Ui lat tmveletl. Aftor getting away front the depot t hit we turnisi to t tie weet, thu horMei going at n nml the men holding cotivennt-tha- i harp in law toueM. Wo tased plenty of hmmeMand vehiclea ami pedetriami, Ktxl im we left the town laddud t looked ahead for iuht of Sir Itlank'a great houee ami well kept ground. Perhaps the pair observed my auxlety, for mm of thuni turned 'eel m if . ul - trt "It's a bit over five miles out to the place, lr." That satisfied tne only for n moment. The more I looked at the men and the cloeer I scanutd lht out tit the strongur gjvw my sui4clona tliat Homethlng was nmiso. Tliree miles to the went of Morpeth Is a hill from which' one can survey tin? country for miles around. As we reached tho cruet of this hill I wi'.vonly small farms ami plain farmhouses before me. If .Sir liliiuk s mansion wtu fii that my vision and still a road it was good tin mile nway. '.ee lien-'- I culled as wo began to ! scend thu lull. "1 think there Isn liiUtaka. I think I have got Sir lilnuk mixed up with .Sir Dash. U it Sir lllank who is limine inlly intretcl in r great cotton faciI " nml mid: Is.--, hut I dumio," said tho man who was driving os ho pulled up his horsea. "If ho Isn't it won't do me any good to see him. You sue. getting out somu of thu Kit ties) I wanted to dhow him some of these new dyes for fruits." "Is that your line, sir" "Yes. Hero nro ten new colore Just out. I am lurry for tny blunder, but I'm will-lug- " tory at Mam-heMerr- "lie umy 1 "Then 70U travels with dyofl, does your" grutlly demanded thu other. "As you Mr:." "Then wot the bloody hla.os does you get into this turnout for?" "To see Sir lUnuk, of course. I got it into my head that" "Oh, blow your 'oud and your 'cols, tool Jim, turn h'about h'and drive tho hloomln h'nas Iwck to townl" "I'll ho shot if I doosl" replied Jim. "Ho can get riht h'out 'ere h'and take 'ls.self hnck on 'ish'own blasted logs blast Mm!" "borry for tho mistake, and hero's something to drink my health," I naid, as I tossed him a coin and descended from tho vch hie and walked hurriedly away. "When I reached town I wi nt to n hotel. Inside of fifteen minutes I had learned that Sir DIatik lived north of tho towu, ami only a milu away. Likewise that there had been no accident to his wife. Further, that the gentleman and his wlfo had been in S nt land for several weeks. It did not take me long to ilguro it out to my perfect satisfaction. It was a put up job to rob thu house through n.e, and It had been put up with thu aid of some one at Sir niauk's house. The letter had his monogram stamped on the corner, and tho paper must Imvo been taken from his librrry The writing showed n fair business hand, nml had not nttrncted remark. Tho country to thu west of thu hill where I had left tho carriage nffonled opportunities for despernto men to commit robbery, even In broad daylight, nnd I had no doubt that I was being driven to somo appointed spot when their programme was Interfered rith. Ii was u ca.no for tho po 1 crowd made n move, but when every otic of us realized that It would cost four or five lives there wns a look of enthusiasm to begin operations. I ued sometimes to winder what hl pnt hnd been if he hud u boart like other I men if there was a licit er mil 11 re deep down which none of us hud ever seetif Sometimes I caught him looking steadily Into the camp lire, as if the Haines were weaving n picture for him. I lien the liitnl line of his face would soften, the evil look fade out of Ids eyes nml "Hully Hen' would appisir to be a stranger to our enmp In a cavern on hi One day he got claim nnd wns terribly injured When the fact was reported almoet every man re juiced over It. It was at first expected thnt he would pull ihnaigli after a bit, lint It was soon discovered that he was hurt in ternally nnd that it was only n question ol hours when the end would come. It was an unwritten law with us that when a miner got hurt or fell sick, the one uhoe claim 4 as next to him on the rlicht should attend him. I was next to lieu and so It fell to me to nurse him as bent I could. From the tlrst he h.id no eo plnlnts to make and no questions to ak It was almost sundown one afternoon, and I enjoyed his society. well posted ami the mark of death had been plainly The women got out at Durham and left stamped on his facu, when he quietly said us alone. We passed Darlington and wcra to me: still the sole occupants of tho compart"Uist night I dreamed of Mary and the 1 ment. Mr. Arnold, as he had glveli his children. saw them coming over thu name, had Imhhi sitting opposite me for an hill, and they kissed me ljfore I died. cleared Darlington he Poor Mary poor children!" hour. As yawned and rose up and said: I looked down Into his face, nnd there "I am sleepy, nnd yet I can never get n wns such a ulinugc that 1 could hardly wink of Rleep on the train. Uy the way, I credit It. It had grown soft nnd ueutlu. fouml n curious coin on the street at Mor- and the eyes mif.'ht hare belonged to a peth today. Can you place itf" hint; to touuh woman. There us Ho had 11 coin in his lingers as he stepped t he heart In his voht- ns he turned his eyes I reached out my hand to reover to ma to tho open dour and continued: ceive It when he seized mo by tho throat "Yes. Mary ai.d the children. She was with both hands and had me on my back leading them and they hail come to sec me I was 110 match for him in In a second. die. Do yon think they will be hero in strength. Ho gripped my throat so fierce- timer" Hurnl-lu- g I knew how, nnd ly that I had no power of resistance, I soothed lilri as in- -t over me, with his knee on my chost, he pretty soon he Dark to fall finally let up on hie clutch and said: lien had hsnlh comic before the great full "Don't lie foolish, nowl 1 know you, nnd moon lifWsl hcr-- If alwive the hills and I'm after those diamonds! If I can get poured siieh n Itood "f light down upon them without killing you, all right; if I our camp thit it n .is i.ke flay again. 1 sal enn't I'll slit your weasnud good ami deep!" at the door hk!ig out upon the glorious "Yon you mean to mli mef" 1 gtped. sight when "lltiilv lieu" aroused from his "Certainly, ami Jou'll show good nhse letli.irk) und x.ihl: Kxeuw me. lait I've got by keeping unlet. "Mary and the children are coming over UdolhiJobhitsbnjie and Bristol fash-Ion.- " the trail' I m.ist watch for them as they come over the lull: Draw me to the doer 1 le drew a wicked looking knife nml hold and let me lie t : ilrt to see them!" I moved It in hi teeth as he lists! hi hands to tie his cot into the doorway and me with Man sVxtt cords taken from hM propped hint up that he might face the parcel, lie turned me over, took the pis- hill The l! mi newt of death bad already tol from my hip pocket ami tied my arms ctmieto hi- - iye, hut after a mluotenr d liehiml Hie. Thou lie tied my ankles and two Iiih vi'l'in to grow clear-- r rolled me on my side. Why didn't I reelstJ and be point to the fir trees ami called Simply became his dutch on my throat out: , "Iknewt'M'y would come! It tsMary had almo-- t paralyMsl me, "Now for the parkier!" he said, as he ami the children, hid they will kiaa me betook down my hag, sen robed we for the fore I die!" I looked up at the three trees "Mother key and opened It. He laughed as he brought out the bottles and Children" and 'or a time 1 believed of dye and totwed them aeide, ami he them to be human beings pausing there a Inngbed again an he held up the Jewel moment to look down upon our camp. I had never seen the moonlight bring them "A denced flue lay out, 'pon honor!" he out In such a way liefore. "May-childr- en-I knew!" chuckled, as be impacted the contents, I heard I had turned my head away. Williamson & Co. "The iMMiee of carries only the Iwah What'3 the eruli htm gasping, and when I looked down value, may I ask r" upon bis face again he was dead I left "Hut you are a cool one!" I sahl in reply. htm lying there in the moonlight for the "Only fairly so only fairly. I sliould men to look upon rs they riled past. They say jHktiGO wouldn't lie far out of the way. wondered at the smile 011 his face, ami A very pretty haul and no risk attending when I told 'hem of Mary nnd thu children ami of his virion tber said: It." He placed the Jewel rate In his parcel, "Then he bad a V.irt. after all, and tolighted a cigar ami pleaeantly remarked: morrow we will lay him nwuy in a grave M. QtAIi. "Take It easy, my boy. The next stop Is under the fir trees," North Allerton. In about ten minutes I'll Ik? under the nece-sl- ty of gagging you. A Cleor 1'urrot. Five minute after that I hope to leave the In a first clas-- t clubroom up town In nnd New York on a stormy afternoon sat tivo train. You'll be discovered at perhan sooner. The honee really wight to iimmlters of tbecliili playing cards. The stand the loss, as It is no fault of yours. table they were playios on was beside 11 You rather tumbled to Uie game at Mor-iK-t- window looking into the yard. Overhead, ehr" nt the window where the men were play I whs mi mad nml my throat hurt me so lng, was h favorilu parrot. One of the that I made no reply, and he was kIkhu to club members was very unfortunate at his continue his remarks when the train sud- game, and his partner chaffed him uy say denly slackened smmnI and n minute Inter ing, "Luck is against you today," ami the came ton standstill. We had been ordered jmrrot took it up and laughingly kept cry to 1 special stop at .1 small station logout to the loser. "Lnck la against you to let an nln pass. today," which so aggravated tho "NVhat in topio .' lmmedoo-- i this monnf " thu glus of water u hich was in front of growled the rgbter us hu looked from tho him he took up ami fired through the ca-4Myfrlund, wotting the Mir rot all over (which quieted window. "Special su'.i. I'm aNmt to gug you. Utturone shout him), saying at the same timet "There, ami I'll do for you with tho knife!" hang you, take thuL You uru talking too He'd taken a gag from his parcel when much." cords. Ho was iKiuiliug ovur begot thu Tho parrot then kept looking out of the me with it tishls hand when the guard un- window nt the heavy rainstorm ami espied locked the door to admit two passengers u chicken coming across the yard, and changing from 1111 overcrowded one. when under the shelter of the window "Hu'sn roblwr. He's roblieil mol Don't she shook her wings. The imrtot, look.ug ichhj!" I shouted thu Instant thu down, said to the chicken, "Hal ha! hang l him door cpoued. you, you have been talking too much!" "Out of the way I'm nrined I'll do New York Itecorder. murder!" yelled the robber, as he mado n break. The Work of tlio OculUt. Ho would have gotten oilf temporarily It is impossible to imagine a disaster hut for an mtidciit. Ashe went through more nppulltug for an artist than the lovs the door lie caught his foot and fell heavily eyesight. Many such misfortunes on tho pint form, and the three men had of ids be found in thu lists of ben to seize and disarm him. are annually to pluck ctioiitih published by two admirable art hu proved to bo r cfuetlons Ami who do you suppwu Of course in those cases where No other than that prince bf criminals charities. nerve has perished recovery is known to Scotland Yard ns "Duke GolT." the optic cataract often yields to the hopeless; and a man then "wanted" In half a surgeou's but knife. 1 was much struck some Hu put up the dozen different cities. seeing hung around the con job. The letter jlper, ns was proved, time since at of one of tho most eminent suiting room was procured for him by n femnlo liOiidou a number of drawings servant in thu house of Sir lllank. Tho oculists in nrtists, chiefly nnuiteur, who two men with thu carriage woro rufllans painted by them after being rescued by executed from Liverpool, who had hired thu rig at had tho doctor from their night of blindness. (intushead and driven it to Morpeth, lioth Looking around on these striking test! weru nabbed, and both peached on tho my attention was par "Duke," and all three got heny sentences moninls of his skillonu which appeared to ticttlarly drawn to to prison. be a copy, and a very good one, too, of a UNDER THE FIR TREES. picture by Wheatloy, thu academician "After Wheatleyf" I asked. "No," reTtiu .Sequel I'rovri! Tlutt After All He plied thusurgeonquickly. "nUurcuturact.'' 1 curt. Unit u London Graphic. On tho hill nbove our camp, just where the trail from lied Dog Diggings enmo Oiitclilui; Sciip All Summer. winding down to cross tho creek, stood Tho crafty Rhode Islanders recently detlireo llr trees. They weru olasu together, vised n shrewd and successful plan, by with tho largest in tho center. In those means of which they have soup on tnp days we had a name for everything, and as pretty nenrly all summer. They rig, their those trees were a sort of landmark wo fykes in a peculiar why, so that great named them "Mother and Children." schools of scup are diverted Into the salt No doubt every minor of us looked water ponds that dot thu Hhodu Island rough, and no doubt wo fell Into evil wnys. seaboard; then the pond outlets ure olosid. In ourcnnip somebody wns shot every week and the capricious scup is bound to stay or two, and nt least onco n mouth wo had to there till the wily ilshermau thnt owns hang some one in tin) interests of public him is ready to send him to market. safety. For all that, however, we had all Twcuty-ilv- c or thirty years ago scup were come from ths oast, most of us had wives so pirn, ii ul thnt frequently thoy were sold and children waiting our return, nnd tho nt'i r 'i- - of two good sized ones for n big roughness did not reach down to tho heart. is The grcivt fykes and poumls, Many 11 time I hnvo soon n miner who'd Ik ',hvc rapidly thinned them in shoot you ollhand on tho slightest .provo.a- - New York Sun. ui... cation sit down of nn evening with tears on Ids cheeks as he thought of home ami his Deaths from Sniiku ISItcft. loved ones. The half instinctive dislike, or even horTho toughest man In tho lot was n ror, which l commonly felt for surpouts, chap wo all called "Hully Hen." Ho forms one of many argumunts In favor of seemed to go about seeking quarrels, nnd thu belief that man had his origin in one ho had jio fear of any living mnn. Twico of the wnriner regions of tho earth, whore wo warned him to leave White Horso creek nlono animals of this kind nbouud. How or pay thu penalty with ids life, hut hu did well justified 111 hot countriossuch feelings not go. Onco tho vigllunce cominitteo aru is shown by the work of Sir Joseph started out to hunt him up and hang him. Fuyrer, who records no less than 11,410 They found him. Ho had his back ton deaths in one year in India, although the bowlder nnd n gun In each hand, and ho central province of Hindostnn is excluded delled them. Wo hated to ulnilt thnt wo from his calculation. Altogether no less were afraid of "Hully Hen " but It was a than 20,000 human lives are probably thus fact that wo were, iind ho know It. Wo Iot lu India every year Quarterly Ho could hnvo downed him had the whole view. , j 1 ihe-.trHl- n t .sl u Mi-me- EUJN PASHA DEAD. Oloso of tho Caroor of tho Exploror. Ro-nown- BOB FORD'S DEATH. od The Cowardly Slayer of Jcno .lames finally Hroitfflit to Knrth. Hob Ford, who was shot and killed by HERBERT bit- BISMARCK'S BRIDE. - Is ISciiiitlful, Acconiilllie(l and Romantic Krcnril of tlio .Mnn Who lias Dodo ."More Than Any Other Tor tlio Civilization of tlm Natl ret of Africa. Tho Boston Tngoblatt confirms tho recent rumors of tho death In the interior of Africa of Km in Pasha. If It is true that Kmln Is dead the natural supposition Is thnt ho lias fallen n victim to smallpox, from whloh reports In April stnteil ho was suiToring. Tho birth nnd early life of Emln Pnshn nro shrouded hi mystery. Helms been cnlled Dr. Schnitzer, and It Is said lie wns born In either Prussia or Austrian Silesia about 1MJS or 1M0. A couple of years ago tin assurance was given that ho was born March 28, 1810, nt Oppein, Prussian Silesia. Ills father died when the boy was quite young, but his mother Is still living. According to this report, young Schnitzer graduated from the gymnasium at Nelsse, went to tho Unlvursity of Hreslr.u nnd to Kings-berto study afterward studying nt Paris ami Vienna. He also devoted much time to m.tural sciences, ornithology especially. Wandering eastward, he becamo the companion of Istnnel Pasha In his journeys to Treblzund, Hrxroom, Constantinople He learned and ilnnina, In Kpirus. French, Hngllsh, Italian, several Slavic dialects, and Turkish. Arabic and Persian. In 1S7 he tn.ik service with Egypt and remained with Gordon until that leader's death, lie was appointed governor of tho Egyptian equatorial provinces with the title of bey. lie established himself in the Albert Nyanza and for three years nothing was heard from him. lie wns ltnown to le surrounded by hostile tribes, and Stanley g e. Deputy Sheriff Edward Kelly in a dance hall at Crecdc, Col., a few days ago, ha3 been notorious throughout the west for many years and feared ns n contemptible traitor slnco ho killed Jesso James, the outlaw chief, in a HU Joseph (Mo.) cottago on April 3, ISS'J. Ho came Into Creode when tho town first started and has been there over since, except for six or seven weeks, when ho was forced to bo away by threats of hanging for promiscuous shooting in thu streets while on a drunk with Joo Palmer. Kelly, who finally brought Ford down, is the man who was reported to have killed hint last February, and tho row a few nights ago Is supposed to be n sequel to the former quarrel, of which Kelly had tho worst. At that time ho swore vengeance, and Ford was always expecting to be downed by Kelly or somo ono else. Tho shooting was done with no other words than "Hello, Hob," from Kelly and none at nil from Ford, who died instantly. Kelly Is now under arrest and guarded by an unknown, who Is supposed to hnvo handed him tho sliotgun with which ho killed Ford. I!ob Ford's death Is not regretted. lie has had several rows In Colorado, Imt, being a coward, never went Into open light without an advantage. Ho has been held In contempt ever since ho killed Jesse James in such a cowardly fashion in that St. Joseph cottage. Jesso James, because of the excitement his bold outlawry had caused, was forced to retire to that cottage, where ho lived with Hob and Charley Ford, tho only members of his band who knew his wherealwuts. After Gov. Crittenden had offered $10,000 for the bandit Jnmes, dead or alive, Hob Ford and his brother decided to get that reward. They waited several days for a The marriago of Count Herbert Bismarck, son of tho Iron Chancellor, and Miss Margaret Hoyos has in it somo which interest all Europe, if not Tho nil English speaking America. brido represents so many diverso clc- clo-men- ts 7 HEUUEIVr y BISSIAUCK "3 Jt.vnOAIlET HOYOS, xncnts in blood, language and commorcn that sho is a history in herself; sho la Hungarian by birth and allegiance, half English nnd half German in blood, nnd altogether Prussian, or rather Bismarck-inn- , in sentiment. Her father is Count Qeorgo Hoyos, u partner in tlio famous firm for the manufacture- of torpedoes tit Finme, and liar mother i3 n daughter of Mr. Whitehead, tho Englishman who founded the firm. As a result of this conjunction of German (possibly Hungarian) and English blood tho lady has nil tho vivacity of tho. races of tho Levnnt and nil tho advantages of an English rearing nnd education. Sho is n bright, handsomo girl, with plenty of spirit, and will inherit a very largo fortune. Fiutno is n royal Hungarian city nt tho mouth of tho Fimnara, about forty miles from Trieste, and is ono of the most important seaports of Tho union of Austro or German Hungarian, Greek, Italian and other races has produced a population of unusual grace, intellect and vivaerity, and the new Countess Bismarck hns for some timo boon tho bello of this society. Austria-Hungaroom-posit- o il vVTcj 4-- v raT&.lvi, WWJ ' bob ronn. "' ' KMJf l'.VSUA. Ia-isI- iru .i lo-ert- 1 'l' 1 1 was sent to learn what had become o him. The history of Stanley's march to the rescue is fresh in the n.itidr, of all. April 10, 1S9P, Emln decided to Stanley to tho const nnd a sturt was made. They marched up the valley of the Semliki river, crossing nt Awninuu, through Usonorn and the Victoria Nyanza; Mywapwa wii6renchel on the November 11, and Hngami-yeast coast of Africa opposite the island of Zanzibar December 4, where, during a banquet in honor of tho safe return of the traveler, Emln wns seriously hurt by fnlling-frotho second story'of tho house in which ho was quartered. lTpon his recovery Emin went to Cairo, where he wrote the story of his African experiences. It wns tin Interesting with much more in it, however, to touch the sympathies of tho naturalist thun of the btutlont of natural history or of political conditions. Emin found his element in the wilds, and having emerged from it he was seized with a consuming dA'sire to return. The atmosphere of Europe had no attraction for him. Having written his book he felt that he hnd paid all ho owed to civilization, lie returned to tho Interior Into in the spring of 1SO0. The people were glad to have him back with them, apparently, for the first reports from him after his return were that he had regained his control and restored order. The reports seemed conclusive evidence that Emin was eon-teto remain nway from civilization, and that by letting him alone explorers would do him a sendee that he would appreciate most highly. The reluctance with which Emin left Central Africa is to many unexplnin-able- , but still is not ditlicult to understand. Ills troops had married in the land nnd refused to leave It. He had immense herds of cattle and Hocks of sheep and lived like a nabob. Ills stock of ivory, which ho could not tnko with him to tho coast, would, If the road to tho north were ever opened, What more briug him vast wealth. could be desired? In a letter written nt Wadelai in 1SS0 he said: "I will have never return with Stanley. passed twelvo years of my life here and have won tho trust and confidence of the people. I taught them useful trades and have aroused in them a desire to advance iri civilization. True, the work of years has lately been undone in a measure, but its influence cannot bo wholly lost." m nai-ra-tixnt chance to catch their chief without his gun, and finally did so when w had put aside his belt nnd mounted a chair to strxJshten a picturo on the wall. In the inoet treacherous manner Bob Ford then sent a bullet through the head of hi chief and gave himself up to the authorities. This cowardly murder created a wild sensation throughout tho west and Ford was in danger of being lynched. lie was indicted, proved guilty of murder, and sentenced, but was pardoned in the court room by Gov. Crittenden, to whom it was learned he had given promise to commit the murder. TO RESCUE PEARY. North-wor- d Tne Ship Which Carried the i'firty Will Sine Them. A Succesuful Woninu I'urmer. Mrs. Nanuio Osborne, of Utah, has lately taken high rank as n successful farmer. Her husband went to that territory for his health, und had just got n farm established on nn ishnd in Great Salt lake, about ten miles from tho city, whon he died. This wns ten years ago, and she now has tho finest farm in Utah, and is making largo profits from tho proceeds of it. Her ranch is on Bitah soil that it is highly favorable for garden produce, and tho greater portion of tho place is devoted to truck farming, tho product being Rent to Snlt Lake City for sale. A visit to tho farm showed that Mrs. Osborno had tho scienco of lino point, and as n fanning down to result of hor labors sho is clearing from o,000 to :3,000 every year from tho proceeds of tho place, but this year expects to increaso it to $10,000, as sho has added u chicken ranch to tho garden fnrm. Sho lias two incubators in full blast and expects by early summer to hnvo GOO broilers ready for market, which will find ready sale m Salt Lako City. Mrs. Osborne's ranch was under a heavy mort-gag- o wheti her husuaud died, but now it is clear, nnd she has put over 5,000 worth of improvements on it siuco tho dobt wns paid. 11 Tho relief party sent by the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia to bring back home Lieut Peary, his bravo wife and band of followers from arctic fields set sail a few days ago. Lieut. P.ary's party of North Greenland explorers was lnndetl by the Academy of Sciences' West Greenland expedition on the enst shore of McCormick's bay, in latitude T7 degrees and 4r minutes, on July 27, ISai. McCormick's bay is a branch of Murchison's sound nnd is about seven hundred miles from tho pole. After unloading the stores nnd'building a house for the party tho Kite, with Capt. Pike In charge and the academy party on board, stoaraod away from home on July 30. When Peary was landed he wis carried olY In a litter, ns he had broken his leg several weeks before. Ho was given a sixteen months' supply of provisions, seveh tons of coal, besides a good supply of keroseno nnd alcohol. Peary's party Tho situation of Is this: As far as last winter was con- - A (iubcrniiturlul Candidate. Charles F. Johnson, recently nominated for governor by tho Democrats o years old, Maine, is only thirty-thre- e but ho has always been what is usually called "a precocious youth." Ho wns but fifteen years old when ho entered Colby university nnd ho graduated from Bowdoin at the ago of twenty, having been compelled to remain out of college a year and teach for tho means to complete his course. 1. Ty ij 1 . CIIARI.ES F. JOHXSO.V. 1 v "v ii Odd Names In Virginia. V&Vl. . N$U , Senator Eppa Ilunton's queer ChrisMltS. tian nnmc is less epjeer than somo of the curious names to be heard and seen cernod they were as safe as regards fuel in his native state. A colored mnn in living in tho senator's immediate neighborhood and food as though they were Canada. The danger that awaits them had two sons and a daughter, who being "I Will is tho possibility of theirbay for forced were named respectively: a secto remain at McCormick's Ariso und Go to My Father," "Only ond winter, Ip case no relief ship camo Son," nnd "Amasdiuj Grace." that The elder son, after the manner of tlio to hand, or tho possible disasters to atwere they famous Puritan "Damned Hiirebonos," might overtake them way this summer tempt to mako their was abbreviated to "Iwilla" when addressed In a hurry. In another part of along the coast. s I'KAlSV. lie-gott- .'.m. iimr L.S .i. .3s'" vs ..V.AV 7Ar Ho was born in Winslow, just across, tho Kennobec river from Waterville, his present home, nnd in his boyhc-oattended tho common schools there. In 1881 ho married Miss Ahbie Bretton, daughter of Colonel I. W. Bretton, of Winslow. Thoy have two children. After teaching several terms olsowhoro Mr. Johnson located in Waterville in 1SSC, whero ho has sinco practiced law nnd has held various local ollico, tho most important being city clerk and city solicitor. 1 Virginia a worthy colored couple named their two boys Orange and Lemon, and their two girls Florida and Missouri. They had heard of white peplo their daughters Virginia and Georgia, and a college professor of a distinguished family, who bore tho name of DelhTvarc, so tho uso of namos of atato3 was natural enough; but why tho boys wore named aftor fruits litis noror been explained, unless it bo that Peachy Gratlan, tin ld time Virginia lawyer, made his nutco famous. Ituistun Iluunds for Wolvei. Tho stockmon of South Dakota havo recently beou greatly troubled by wolvoa, which have taken to killing calves anil colts. They havo suffered so much from those pests that they havo concluded to extennlnato them thoroughly, aud with that ond in view numbers of Russian wolfhounds havo been carried toH.;:tru liosides Lieut. Peary nml his wife Dakota, whero they will ho bred t there ure five other members of tho kopt by farmers to tho exclusion of ' pnrty. The chief man is Longdon Gib- other breads of dogs. bon, of Long Island, tho ornithologist J. M. Verhoelf is the next mnn in imTho Klephnnt' Keen Sront, portance on tho expedition. Tho other It is n difficult matter for hunk ' 1 members of the party are Dr. F. A. get'within reasonable distance of w Cook, of Brooklyn; Astrup, a Norwe- elephant, for itb sense of smell h gian, and WaCt Henson, a Philadelphia delicnto that it can scent an enemy t colored man. i distance of 1.0U0 ynrds, nnd tho n The ship In which tho rcscuo party of its trunk aro so sensitive th. ., sailed Is the Kite, In which tho explorer smallest substanco can bo dleo red was carried to Greenland. nnd pickod up by its tiny proboscis 1 1 . . .A -- -- 0. fc.Sj.f-jfaja'fc- I ' . T.-- - .. -- 4 4 -, ?n!nmv Semi-Week- ly Interior Journr. July lo. 1892 Stankokd, Ky m&LGrnet: A Man of IVt'Knj;. W. F WALTON. kJJmSS Iw&szs THE FARM "Beg pardon, ma'am," said tho tramp m tho back porch, removing his hat, 4but wns not thnt man who has just left rour door tho collector for tho ico com-?any?" SPIRITUAL AFFAIRS. REST IN ICE I ICJEII hundred 11. II. T. NOEL trict, nubject ln.i Candidate for Circuit Judire In tho nth Dis to tlio action of thodemovratic party THE LORD. I wilt deliver Ice every morning in Stanford nnd Kiiwland at one cent per pound or sixty cents per All acvouuts due Inst nf rsch rk GROOMING HORSE. hik) Published Every Tuoeday and Friday He Ducnf. Much (letter AT C'urrjlni; limn lie (lets. ..vdv-A-xcm- . There is a more important horso than S2 imck. YEvrt the trotter or thoroughbred, nml that ii not so paid S2.60 will be charged TTH tiie fnrm horse. After a hard day's work or long journey in the heat and dust n K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. washing, if properly dono, is very rost-f- ir nl at Train naves Rowland at j'aop. m. L.&N. 7:00 a. m , returning LOCAL TIME CARD. t i M til train going Express train ' Local Freight North South South North North '9 uopm as " Pm .. The Utter trains also carry passenger!. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar time is about so minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. South- - ..S4 am 6 59 jiapm T.,; Smith-houn- Mil lilue-Grass , d ft o m . New Orleans Limited 3.17 p m.; . t.mrilon Citv as lollows O AC Special ij6am 8 Fast Special 3 ."'"S Grass Special 6 00 a m ; Cincinnati Limited 1.48 p. m.J Fast Mail a iS p. m North-bound-- Special to A: d pm DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. OTice South side Main street, in office recently vacated by Dr. L F. HufTuian, Stanford, Ky. A. S. PRICE, Office SURGEON DENTIST. on tMam street, over W. B. McRoberts Drug Store, Stanford. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. i.n.n.inviniht llizzins STANFORD, ottice. Lancaster street. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painles; attracting. KkMUV-fwI . DR. JOHN 31. CRAIG, Homeopathic Physician, STANFORD, Office Hours. 1 - r ji a KENTUCKY. t to 3 p. court-hous- to to 8 e to n. in. 39-'- Office on Lancaster street, opposite DB. J. A. AMON, Office opposite Coffey House, and quieting to the horao's tired limbs. Have the water warm nnd n o ponpj . Rub the limbs briskly and dry with a cloth and brush lightly. If tho weather is nt all cool, dry flannel may be profitably wound about them. If tho blood vessels need relieving, use warm wet bandages. Theso are also useful in raies of sprain, blows or overexettion, but they must not remain on too long. of tho caro bestowed upon a great sporting horso would mnko n farm horso feel too proud of himself. But there is littlo rik of such a horso over feeling too proud from any such reason. A Scotch hired plowman grooms his team with a degreo of loving interest and prido to which tho average American farmer is almost a stranger, though tho Clydesdale team belongs to another man nnd tho man who works it is only a hireling, while tho American generally owns tho team and, as a rule, tho farm as woll. Why should not tho more valuablo beast, becanso tho moro useful, have a littlo of tho warmth of interest bestowed upon him that is ungrudgingly bestowed upon a 2:12J trotter? Tho farmer who looks on his farm, his stock nnd his other lielongings merely as a means to make money, which ho is reluctantly forced to stick to, will never And either profit or pleasure in his work. But tho man who feels a prido in his beasts, and has a kindly feeling toward them, is suro to turn tho commonest drudgery into a source of pleasure, and make a good deal moro money into tho bargain. Seo thnt tho stable is well ventilated, nnd not so dnrk thnt whon the horso is taken out into tho daylight its eyes aro hurt by tho glare. Nest to Feeing that it is well nnd regularly fed and watered, grooming is ono of tho best means of making a horso keep well and work well. Field nnd Farm. lit-tlOne-tenth "Uo was, sir!" replied tho lady of tho louse, wondeiingly. "I tlitl not recogni70 him nt first, but I suspected lie was something of the tind. Ho had a bill perhaps.5" "Ho had, sir. And I paid it." "Then, madam," rejoined tho tramp, lis eyes moNt and his chin trembling with symimthy, "be it far from mo to nnd misery of an idd to tho already devastated household! I will :nrry my request for a light collation to iome more fortunate neighbor." And ho diew his shiny coat sleeo across his eyes, swallowed a sympathetic sob, backed down off tho porch, ilnmbered ovor tho lino fence on tho left mil disappeared. Chicago Tribune. on (rsaltn xxxUl. Oh. ttut thoo In tho Lord, Walt patlontly for Him; Tliouch heart emus like to break, , And tnr o' liojio ktows dim, Till words of wondrous sweetness Host o'er tho rloudft that roll, "Oh. rest thoo In the Lord. Tho nnehor of thy viul." Oh, tvt theo in tho Lord, Whon wmry of life's caro; Oh, rest theo In the LorO, When lends nre haul to boar. That rufuse falli us navor, And e'oti tlioiiKh tonrs may start. Think not that Ho foists The IohkIukm of thy heart. Thy dearest heart's iloilru Kll.lll (n fills! iianaAn flinisr tf JA.MUSI'. IIUslI, M. C. Of Lincoln, a SAUFLEY, II. McCrcary In th Stanford, Ky THE F. RILEY H. HOUSE, i Candldalo for Circuit Judte In this judicial Ui.tiict, subject to the action of tho I)emo.rat.y London, RILEY, Proprlotor, - Kentucky. Gov. Is a mm) 7T2t I hive moved to my new Hotel and nm bettci prepared than ever to accommodate the public Goad Litery attnehed and every convenience desired. Give me a call. FRANK RILF.V. 77 th CSt IKu' James I of ktiituiAi, tativ f arty fr Cements ubjct Mh Concurs- lo the actloc jf S. OWSLKV, JR., Jt to theDutiKt J.uicial la a Candidate fur Comrronweallh's Attornrv suh a. lion of the Democratic rty In any 10 which Lincoln county may I assljsnetl. J. II. HAUGIiaiAX, FIREANDSTOKM HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. I offer If r iMit the House and I et belonging 10 di uning Dr J II On.ltv.en Huttonv Hie street. Stanford, Ky It Im, eight loumt, guol well nnd ncceitary OUthHttw, P M. MeRdnitRTS, Afffiit. . Stanford, Ky Tho Hcst of Cnre. I JM Gold ttmst lw triinl by tiro Ilcforo 'tis pure and clear; Then when in lorint; wisdom Our Father noeth lut. Unnumbered LIoknIu como To thoso that In Hlui reM. Emily Emerson Lnntt, In N" Y. Observer. INSURANCE AGENT Representing 'h e.tattof Copt Oalnet Craig, and fci SWEET They Ciiiiiiiin. SONGS OF 2ION. 111-crl- iu ir.l Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Eng Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Ins. Go. of North America, " ill insure against torna-dwpromptly Issued wind storms and liiihtnine I ijtunmif clauses attained without additional ihatf e Office at First Njti nl Hank Stanford. 11 lime Comforted Muni in Ak'iI With (lliniimn of I wohM All of whuh are fir! ilass Companies he pleated t wait nn my friend 111 this line. i'ol. ie i, Falls Branch Jellico Goal Go. Miners ami shippers ofthe GKNUINK Mother Did you take good caro of tho parrot when I was m tho country, Tommy, nnd not let it loam nuy bad words? of Tommy Yes'm. I always took it out the room whon pa was sowing on a buttou. Jester. Stanford, - - Kentucky. rt l stallion Ethan Allen, which wo copy from Field and Farm. Ethan Allen is SHULTON HOUSE, years old now, nnd wo aro told is "as "Ninety-two.- " Kentucky. frisky as a colt." : : Rowland, It will bo n hundred years in 1693 "Uml And your mother:" Office hours 7 to 9 a, m and 5 lo 9 p. m. Binco tho famous horse Justin Morgan "She's gono too. Killed nt a crossin was foaled in Springfield, Mass. Ho ing." was tho founder of tho family, tho pro- "And her age?" "Mother wns a littlo over Feventy." SALOON . AND "Do you know tho ago and ennso of rjL w pour grandfathers deaths?" continued AT ROWLAND the examiner. "Yes, indeed. Father's father died just a week after his ninetieth birthday. my frame Hotel and I offer for sale privately They said ho used too much tobacco Saloon at Rowland, which are now renting arS65 fine point month. It it centrally located and aon a divisMother's father wns only eighty-eighlor business, being at a terminal point Falling down stairs fiuished hiul." ' It has good well, stable coal ion of the L. & necessary outbuildings. Address "And your grandmothers?" house and other MRs MARY C. FERRILL. Stanford. 3 "Ono of 'em had consumption as ighty-siand died of it in no time The other wns nipped by bunMroko n; MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, eighty-fouOh, they nil went quick." Tho examiner did not seem so gravo Malcer --i''f?-vv v as ho asked, "Have yon any brothers or Corner Main and Depot Streets. sisters?" MORGAN HOUSE ETHAN ALLEN. Kentucky. Stauford, - - geniior 01 many or tno tastest or our "Ono sister and two brothers," wns American trotters, .nd Morgan blood is tho answer. "John wont out into the h frS.?"hd. choice, '.".""' ""::.:.' - .11 0..1I ir.t , hrst style by scattered over tho Union. herever it mining country when ho was seventy-tw,,, imOlic generally i got into tronblo there, cnlled n is found it U safo to say it flows through inmuicu ... ..... latest Hits and llsnneu most artistic hands tho veins of a horso so full of spirit that drunken man a liar aud was shot. trying ho will go on till ho drops dead. Tho Floury was drowned at sixty-nin- e Morgans aro known as roadsters and to help savo two young fellows that drivers of great excellcnco and endur couldn't swim. Sister's alive. Sho's awOf.all kinds ance. Tiiey may 00 said to 00 more fully careless; nte a lot of green stuff tho Made and Set Up in All Parts of an American family tlay of her golden wedding, then danced the Country. than any other typo of blooded horso in in the owning with all the old fellows out No Agents emplojed this country. Tlioir spirited, eraceful on tlio lawn, own after it was raining; heads mark them particularly. They took her two days to get over it. She'll SON, W. ADAMS & Lexington, Ky. aro not so largo as soino of tho other go in a hurry liko nil the rest tome of So.i Hroadway, families of roadsters, but with careful theso times." "Woll," said the medical gentleman, breeding nnd selection thoy will grow lnrgor. At any rate wo nro glad to find smiling, "I think I'll chance you, nnd that Morgans aro coming into fashion don't believo your application will bo I am Agent for the Celebrated 'tnrued down' at tho homo oflice. Only Deering : Harvesting : Company, again. There aro nono better. must look out for yoursolf. Co And Ker their Machine t the people of Lincoln eaieful about catching hard colds if tor unexcelled Chicken Notes. county. Their Hinders are the highest anil tneir of any in you eighty yeara old." Chicago Mowers stand An Ohio woman claims to liavo raised Post. ni 0 keep all k.ntU of fixture ,.,, Also e L,,H. See me before purchasing Officc at r irst from eight pullets Inst j ear f J " HAL' OHM AN. Ky. National Hank. iiieulint I'uitlciilitr. chickens and obtained an nverago of 180 Stanford, i3im eggs from each hen. But that was a A 6tory which is told of tho lato y ILYEAOER. small flock, and tho women 6eem to bo Charles Jamrach, tho naturalist nnd m. uruck. ablo to averago a small flock bo as to dealer in wild nnimals who died in Engmake them more productivo than men land last bummer, is so woll vouched for BRUCE & YEAGER, can mnko a largo ilock. that it may bo accepted as worth of Mr. Rankin, of North Easton, in Mr. Jamrach wns married more LIVERY, FEED AM SALS NUU, to nn article which said that land than once, and tho story is to tho effect would bo poisoned by keeping fowl uiwn that when a friend condoled with him STANFORD, KY. it too long, says: "I am carrying through on tho loss of his second wife tho natret The aW firm went into effect ) uly ofthe the present winter, as breeding stock, uralist answered with a heavy sigh: spectfully asks a share of the patronage over 300 Light Urnhma fowls, mostly " Yos, yes. As you say, sho was a good puuuc. pullets, nnd 700 Poking ducks. 1 grew wite. But," ho added, ns if ho felt comnearlv 1.000 Liiriit nrnlnnn. shirks Inst' pelled to speak tho wholo truth, "sho NEW RIGS AND HORSES season on tho same ground where I hnvo! never took kindly to tho nniinnls. Why, Have been purchaed and nothing hut grown them for seventeen consecutivo even in tho winter sho wouldn't let tho turnout will leave the stable years. Theso chicks were grown mostly snakes bleep under tho bed." Exchange. Give at a mortality of less than per cent, 37 Not tlio SllKliK't Danger. and 1 never grew finer ones." Ho adds: "If this is the effect of poisoned land 1 Mrs. Witherby Your littlo boy took A G Lanlmm proposo to keep right on poisoning to tho dinner with mo yesterdny. John B. Castleman. Mrs. Wangle Yes, so ho said when best of my ability." Chicken cholera and indigestion hnvo ho camo home. I hope, Willie, that you very similar symptoms in tho character lidn't gorge yourself nt Mis. Witherby's. Willie (significantly) There was no of tho discharges from tho bowels, but tho fowl with cholera aro marked by a Sanger of that, mamma. New York torriblo thirst. Thoy seldom livo twelvo j lleiuld. hours, wlnlo thoso that have indigestion lie Presumed to Auk. may live for weeks. Tho indigestioui Young Hankinson Miss Kitty, may may possibly get so bad as toinduco may I presume to to nsk you cholera, if sick fowl nre kept too long in Miss Kitty La! Mr. Hankiubon! This tho eamo yards and hen houses without is so so-- Young a thorough cleaning. To cure it, clean Hankinson To nsk you if my BA11BEK&0ASTLEMAW up thoroughly, givo clean gravel and necktie is on straight? Chicago TribMANAGERS, pure wator, adding a littlo of tho Douglas une. mixturo to the latter, and stop nil feed TIiu I'robleni. Commerce Building, Louisville until they are really hungry, then give Amy Has ho over loved any other only Bound wholo grain. American South. Agent throughout the jirl before? Cultivator. Mabol Xoptli-i- t doesn't worry me. Denlera say that horses reared in the What I want to know is if ho will love Local "W. A. TRIBBLE, rocky and mountainous states have the anv other girl in the future. Harper's STANFOHD. KY. Bazar. beet feet. 2--1 DR. D. E. PROCTOR, A Morgim Morse. our readers wo hopo will recognizo at a glanco the noblo typo of horso represented in tho illustration. It is a picture of tho famous old Morgan Sonio of Afrnltl He Wouldn't l'nsn. He was a man woll nlong in middlo sgo aud was willing to bo insured. Tho agent had prepared his "application" nnd turned him over to the searching scrutiny of tho accomplished medical examiner. "1 might as well tell you, doctor, to begin with, thnt oura has been a family of fatalities and sudden deaths," tnid tho applicant. Tho examiner looked eerious as ho replied: "Why, you seem to bo in excellent physical condition. What did your fa ther tlio of?' "Heart disease." "That's bad. How old was ho?' 30-- 2 HOTEL IF OK; S-A-LIE- J. t. x, Milliner and Dress a r. -- V-- n 'czci i eanS't . 1 ,: o, " MONUMENTS Catherine through Kflln or lo. The triumphs of the cro. Jubilant will then be chimes Which lung years echo lxsck to O If th soul Krowa ntroliK n jenrm unfold The riiwnlnK hnrvmit "unUi th sumot's gotd, occurrences nnd customs in- nicely under the Cash Svt"n and that the people the e teresting from their flavor and are rapidly catching gn to the (act that it It hey better system, strangeness whon compared w ith cus- alto know that Unh lor the buyer and toller. lets wllaods for about third toms of the present day. Hut once in than my cotnp'titeit who do credit business He meinbtr that I keep .onstantly on hand a splra-di- d, awhile tho recollections of dark expeattottment of Dry Woods, GriKcrlet, riences, days of trial and deep atlliction, Hoots, Shws. Halt and the like Call in and dail) days when .she was subjected to treat- tee my stock, which it renlcaithctl almett Ky J 11 HILION. RowUnd. 57.r ment unjust nnd unmerited, would come over her spirit like a depressing cloud. It was always easy to toll wlnui NOTICE TO THE "Auntie" was encompassed and depressed by thoc forbidding memories. Hut her trusting Christian spirit would not long remain under this spell, l'irst. I hav e opened la conaectKti with mv. Hotel, the someone would hear her say: "There' I'm not going to think of tlioe things any longer. It's no use; they're past, and I will not allow myself to A dwell on them." Then, "kindling il'St-ClaS- S 1,1 VCrV with a resolution worthy uf imitation I on tho part of many a younger and Brand offer the services of it lo the publx stronger disciple, the dear old voice new vehicle and fresh bhiided her tes make my would rise in qua cry measures and for liable compare with perhaps an hour wo would hear her Tho Boot in tho COUntry, Give me a call. singing the songs of her youth soup P W CiRLKN, Proprietor which, not pertaining to the passing AL ItUKNS. Matiager fashions of the world, nnd being applicable to all times, can plover outlive their day, nnd in one sense can never grow old. Sweet old songs of .ion How many nnd many an aged pilgrim has.sung in weak, uncurtain tones, those STANrORD, KY., helpful, inspiring songs, which, learned in j'outh, have followed them with their strong ussuruncos of never living forsaken, have foro- shndowed glimpses of fair Caiman, Thit Hotel, renovated and refurnished, it now m as t have heralded eternal life and promised in my charge and I intend to conduct but to add not only maintain a starry crown, until thoir blessed to Its long lut si its high reputation, accowiwoy-tion- s friends bpecsal strains have merged in the unbroken for commercial travelers and fine rotiut fer thcdlipWy of samples. chorus around the throne of God! Sing on, beloved, aged pilgrims. Or, if the A time has come when voice for song has entirely failed you, repeat the familiar And HILLIARDand POOL ROOMS attached. JOSKPH CQFIKY l verse reminding you of the firm foundation laid for the faith of the saints LOCUST OROVK" of the Lord; of tho Hock of Ages cleft for you; of the blessed fountain tilled with blood, of which the child of FOR SALT. tlod shall some day sing in a clearer, sweeter song, and of the r walk The fiaett Farm aud riclievt sotl in Lincoln co , w ith (Jod, which leads up to the pearly I.aurf, titua- cempriting 410 acres el hO.. nl Qratt.ArJ llie rnulllv ,ttt gates of the Now Jerusalem, bing .J u.l.l..H Cliy turnpike awayall gloomy reminders of the past. ofUncolH 1'ronttd hy the Shelby Danville turn- -' aad acceawMc to the Stanford and For even the most oarthworn pilgrims pike. This is one of the be.t Stock faims in the regie and is in a high state of culti can look lwck and seo how through nil vauon Almndaace af water ler all puriwes life's devious ways the Lord has been, SiNlis ferule and is tutuble for the grevvtagoi wheat 'Ireland is so as He ever will bo, the kind shepherd hen p, tobacco, corn andoe ,w i nr oivtur to lai whoso rod and stnn" yield comfort and locatea made The can improvements are a large ami arms support, until the willing feet entor tlio commodious dwelling a convenient stock barn. for Interb.t to fair house of the Lord, to po no more Ac . the apply ol fruit of all kiuds, etc Stanford. K II J ON KS, matUM, out forever. ID IONKS, old-tim1 1 One dear old friend who lived almost continually in tho past used to take great delight in living over again scones of n pleasant nature in which she had HIX.T01T, ' once mingled, traveling often in imagination to distant cities, performing journeys again taken fully half a cen- Dealer in General Merchandise, Lumber and Shingles. tury boforo, ofton divot ting those of It elves me pleasure Gooi!f sold for cash only younger generations with spirited to state to the publU In ueneral that I am doing Original Jellico Conl. Tr) 11 We are the sol Rmvlaml 'Ifnte itriier road crossing f agents for Mattfoid and l Depot street and railHI CO US' A J. H. WATTS C. 30. POWELL, mum is -:- rvinl-nisoenees- General the - merchandise, 1 (.Mh-ing- And Country 1'n.duce. Hock of g.Hl and It teaJy Ik nerve Manfor ami vUlnli) He It olfer-in- g inbetiid ( ltirKint and all h want L'uOl at lh- - l.ioett Kihle puces th..ul I iall on him .n I Oin Avenue, near Lancaster pike ao Hat opetml hit peoph-w- T rlt THE SJANrnRI)-- - TRAVELING PUBLIC. Watertight and Ice Co. plants MV3ERS HOUSE, terInn'd.rtn vaute auual ' t..i.l.. N'ry ctHi Her ,MVL will hav the Ke Ivtectrtc complc aJ in about tisiy dan; Jthe Water Plants lit af. Plant toun tl place Individual enntraet. in ad. far Water and LlecltU I.k'kii. the ram,.Ai.v olfer. the fol having wUlaU. connected to maim at ler ptpe ami work trie wires put In aWl necessary nilut.s free ol charge iisality and guaranteed lo give ,,0, fur-An- .1 Haa r oniric ted with reiMHiiMe firtatlnr t . w .1 ,nini( percent lewer than it utually given irjeaajioto 1 1 'EL n.nK 1 . Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. Dwclliag of j rooMS, one faucet Lath additional room hach additional faucet tanks and I'rivale (iWcet. pnvatc. one lauiet . . lactimrut tor sprinkler btat'let, pn ate, one anmutl r.acnaelitMHa animal. i 1 S I THE 60FFEY HOUSE iS J laucct o M S 3 JOO a m I ou JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 11 Electric Light Rates. I'or commercial uiei Chc arc and three l c. p. Incandeticnt lamp per vwr . . $?1 00 tat 16 c. p each ifteandnteciil light, per mo cu MS Per Retxl.nto i'mr ' sil " 4lh" tor each First-Cla3s:Salo- on ' itt id 16 e al lamp per mo j7-t- tur H t-- additmnsl ' lurther mfurmatieH, aptrfy te J W HAYI)K.N,Spt.Ac " " " ' t STOCK FjfiLUM, Farmers Bank&TrnstCo. OK STA N clo-so- to R I), Of -- KY., IUue-Ura- at It new fully organucd aud ready fer business with Paid UP Capital . - lwe-Grats I , SurplUS, $200,000. 19,000. 11 1 - 4.sm O V HILLY, Plncville. Christian elim). trlsWork. at II. T. Ilt'SII, REAL ESTATE AGENT Stanford, Ky. I ic-o-m SUCCESSOR tuTHH LINCOLN' VATinvAt. IIANK OK SI AMORI1 ciuing up) with the tame attctt and under the tame management Hy provitums ef lit chatter, depositors are at fully protected as aio depesitois in National Hanks, its shareholder being held Individually liable t the entcnt el the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the amount invested in such shares It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as 01 individual To those who entrusted their buisinets to us while mnaging th. Lincoln National Hank, ol Stam"onl, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact then busin offering as a guarantee for prompt attenwith tion to tame, iHir twenty years' espenence in banking and as liberal accoHimodatiant as arc with sound banking rw u, con-mte- ut To Farmers. , Set. orty-thre- ' ' 1 bo-lio- f. nn-sw- er ' first-da- is them a Call. 1 j ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Insurance Company, Aont, r J J WlMmmt, Mt. Yentotj; improved and good M Halt, alanlnrdt 111 tue from jo 10 500 Acres Considering thels )x.alny, their nchncta ami ferJ. S. Owsley, bsnnford; tility of soil, the couv ichce of turnpikes and railS J. Kmhry, Sun fer d ; roads that bring markets right to our dor, they J. K Lnn, Sunf.rd; are cheaper than the Land, uf any other county la the State There is seaneiy a r arm in theceun. A W. Caipeater, Mlllrdgevtlle, det-o- t In Dealer ty over miles from a J F. Cath, Stanford; is checked w Ith turnpikes running he county I bete i not 4 public rood en William C.ooch, Stantord, K inev cry direction Domestic Foreign N II Shankt, President tering the county seat that i" nut Macadamlrcil Knoxville llranch ol the L A N It We have the Confectioneries, Ac J II. Owsley, Cashier R. dividing the county from hsst to West and the M Ilrlght, Teller R can lurnihs C S R R from North to mth: the KtheC. R O Has with him a first class baker and C ft Ironv this place to Cinciimali, crntsing St read, Cakes and the like on short nonce at Winchester, mvmg full access to the marketsol ' Ihe whole world. lleSMles, we have three large. i Hour Mills 111 the county that give us a market If rail our grain right at home, uridine develop mentoi the mountain regions ol Lattern and OF STANFORD, KY 'iJraWuBvc 1 ' " Kentucky b inilrends nnd the out-- j let Sotitlv by railroads has created tuch a demand f rail kinds of cereals and nrovender that wecan tcnriely retain enough lor homeconsumptlon he people arc prosperous, generous and kind, I elieving in Christianity and education. 1 hre is not a neighborhood in the county but has a geod church and school-hous- e. Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this is tho only National Hank In Stanford Stanford, the county seat of LI11coln.it a Under the provisions of the National Hank Act 7 son inhab.tantt anU is little city of about . .1,.. not .i.rwnv from , the Northtt .and North- - depositors are secured. a 1. 1. only by t the capital . ... . esmit I n a. ..ihuiail irom me east soutn ana I ,luv, uu.u, Iha. .ioiimiucrs iiauiuty tor ao t tittt me no- - amount equal to tne stock, ao that depositors of and standing at it does gaiing rigni into mis intiuuiion are iccureu by a fund of J400.000. om ofthe undeveloped mountains of Southeastern Five sworn ttatements ofthecnndition of the bank Kentucky backed up by the whole running through are made each) ear to the L'uited States governregion ol the State with railroadt makes it naturally ment and lis assets are examined at stated times it j all points oftheconpatt, towns In the South fur by government agents, thus securing addititona - r,(, kxt and perfect safety to depositors. mannfactures and other enterprises of magnitude being acitalcd and right This institution, originally established as th Water Works are now iv s ". 11 - rJtssssBSSsnw"gassti1 1 yj o a miie Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858, then about abouethe town "ki with very ized as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S05 and there could be erected Water as the First National Hank of little cost that would supply a city of 150,000 in- again purett and best water m the atanlord in iS8j, has had practically an uninterhabitants with the years little Ills better supplied world Our .,.,,. city h.s been newly rebuilt in rupted existenceof ami lii business houses ard res- - now with lacihtlei for transacting butinets prompt .i. 1... ...., compare with larger cities of greater ly aud liberally than ever before in itt long and idences will Our merchants and tradesmen are honorable career Accounts of corporation!, fidupretentions ill prosperous and doing well We have two ciaries firmi and Individuals respectfully toile...Iih r.niu ttock ol $100,000 that are ted prosperous and in a good rendition. The Directory ol this Hank is composed 01 We have apleedid tchoolt. W e have a Female College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu 1 J. Foster, of Stauford; pils in attendance and under the prlncipalshlp ol Korestus Reid, Lincoln county; &,.,r Hubbard, is in a flourishing condi M J. W. Hayden, Stanford ; tion. Weal.ohave a Seminary that is a good U S.1I Ilaughman, Lincoln; 1Bakema"al1,,h1e;,,, school, with Prof B in haveofie of the nest Public M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; over 100 puptlt in this section of Ihe State, with private S T. Harris, Lincoln; schools, other good attendance, and with you see our school facilities are excellent J. S. Hocker Stanford; Dealer in the above rcpretcntine w.. ehnre h builninzs. G A. Lackey, Lincoln; a full corps 01 mlnliteri every Orders for Sheep Hogs of fias denomination, with doing a belter business T. P. Hill, Stanford. talent and are class Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep u specialty W.G.Welch, Stanford; class of men in the city. I'ersons having any of the above described stock thannny tried to make this statement as facts, W P. Tate, Stanford. have for sale or within, to purchase tame. Till do well without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those OFFICERS: to call on or address me All e:naplfnr mf Aft who know will bear ne out, and those who with ears in thil business has been of profit to me and to buy pleasant hornet at lair prices and locate J. S. Hocker, Pretldcnt; think I can make it profitable both to the buyer anir a good people wltn an me nci .umiunu-- s John J. McRoberts, Cashier; an would do well to call and see me before pur- "WtfMSt.nford.Ky too I A. A. McKinney, AstutaAt Cashier. Office at Myers basing elsewhere all well , 140 IirWe 1' U K Dl?Trn . I Acres 00 Crab Orchirt vcrv best II 1Te larmt are W. II MIHr miles from Stanford 70, pile, 4 rich landt, ruuning I Harm o( have quite a number of l.andttn Lincoln iwunty. t ARMS for tale ol the IMHECTOKS. and Fruit3, 1 ' FIRST NATIONAL BANK South-eatter- n 1 Capital Stock Surplus ..!. . S200.000 18.500 prot-pero- us ii ,,-,. a s ". ...,, m .1 . Hlue-Or.- 1 ..- iru-ie- 1 Ihrec-iouri- jt JmLT 1 WILLIAM HIORELAND, and Cattle, .i..ni -- 1 .i'S ,4al tmk iiiinm&d - . .1 TV Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Jvuv Thomas' liny Hikes for sale very cheap by J. K. Mouofeo. Fncsii stock oranges, lemons, bananas, candies, cakes nnd craokurd at McKiu- ney Uros." Fou Sale. A houso nnd lot in Darst-tow- n belonging to W. M. O'Brynn. J. II. Baughman. BAr.aAiN Stanford, Kv., 1. 1892 e.c.wai.ton.bub. ManaRer MEANS BUSINESS. ... Hunters! We ask your Wall pai'eii and paints at Wi'B. Sic- Roberts'. EsoitAViso bonutifully nnd artistically done at A. H. Penny's. Bcy your books and school supplies of fill kinds from A. II. Fenny. Have your watch, clock nnd jeweirv repaired nt A. It. IVnny's. All work warranted. Kkmemiibk tbatall silverware, watchcn rlncs. Ac. boiichtnt A. K. I'e nny's will bo engraved free of charge, PERSONAL POINTS. to our advertisement and advieo you to call early. Severance & Son. To Tax I'a vers- .- Your 1802 taxes are now due. Hope all will como forward and tottlo promptly. J. K. Menecc, Sheriff. I I Jambs Clauncii, the notorious burc- Iaiv (.fllltllriifl riwinntti. nt T.ilinnnn li.nl'n jail nnd escaped. It will be remember- ed thnt Clnunch's tools nn clothing wero totinii in n straw ricK on .Mrs. ow ell Givens' farm, in this county. 1 Mr. Tnos. Hi Fox, of the Danville Democrat, took in the fair. Mrs. Samuel Hiiih, of Philadelphia, is with Mrs. S. M. 0vens. Miss I!ksii: Kicii.wii9, of Linnietta, is with tbo Mioses Wrny. Mi.-Id- a Hloomi'ikld, of Winchester, is the guest of Mrs. A. Hays. Miss Lynn 'LiTitnow, of Louisville, is the guest of Mrs. A. M. Poland. Mrs. ItoHEitT McAlistkh, of Jessa-minwas tbo guest of Mrs. J. K. Far-ri- Thiike little negro boys, Will Lee, Joe Skinner and Sam Embry broke into J. T. Bfltnkcnship's shop the other night nnd stolou watermelon. Marshal Rowland worked up tho case nnd caught them nndttook them beforo Judiro Oar-soBather than be made to work on the street they agreed to let their mothers give them 20 lashes each, which wero laid on with force where they would do tho most good. the show of stock, for a finer exhibition of horg'j stock was never seen at h rope fair in this or any other county. All of the 27 rings with tho exception of one, wero well filled with the pick of the horse flesh in this section of tho great State, so noted for fine horss. The second nnd last day promised to bo rainy also, but by 10 o'clock the clouds hail dispelled and old Sol shone down in all his glory. Probably 1,500 peoplo filled thejamphitheatre nnd buggies nroung the ring, while a goodly number "bucked" the various games and enjoyed the hugo The display of stock was evon better than the day previous ns tho programme bolow will show nnd "tho finest exhibi tion I ever saw" camo from tho lip3 of hundreds, many of whom wero veterans in the business. Below is a litt of tho rings, premiums aud the successful contestants. Where no county is given Lincoln is understood: 1. Mare and mule colt, $10; two entries; B. B. and E. P. Woods, prem., W. B. Jones, cert. 2. Horse mule colt, 10; 1 entry; J. II. Baughinan, prem. and cert. 3. Mulo any age, $15; 4 entries; R. B. A E. P. Woods, p.; M. S. Baughinan, c. 4. Mare and mule colt, $10; 3 entries; R. B. and E. P. Woods, p.; W. B. Jones, cort. merry-go-roun- .8. Boy Rider, $10; 7 entries, Bob Moreland, p.; II. H. Dunn, Boyle, c. SO. Combined stallion any age, $60; OPENS SEPT. 14, 1892. $35 to first, $15 to second; 8 entries; A. t nroiciiors ami iniirucivrs, cigni c )ur..t o Mtmy at IOUOW: Azricultnral, Scientific E. Hundley, p ; J. K. Baughman, c. Illohwcalj Civil Englnting, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Claulcal, Normal SchooU County 40. Rockaway ninre or geldine, $20; 3 appointed free of tuition. Hoard in dormitne Ji per week; in private families Jj.30 to $4. entries; R. G. Denny, p.; Robert Walk- For catalogue apply to JA3 K. PATTERSON, Ph. D , Pros., Lexington, Ky. er, Madison, c. 41 Lady rider, $10; 3 entries; Miss Besnio Iteid, p; Miss Nan Baughman, c. 42. Combined maro or gelding, any age, $10, $25 to first, 15 to second; 7 en(Late Alexander's Hotel.) tries; M. M. Sandidge, p.; S. T. Harbi QCUGHLY son, Fayette, c. STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. wciihy-fcvc- n recr-lvc- the willard: Court-House, FANCY SADDLE RINO. 43. Stallion or gelding, $25; 8 M. M. Sandidge, p.. C. T. Sandidge, Fay Rates $2.50 Per Day. entrie?; Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. J. Marshall, clerks. A. C. SINE IMM8&$. ette, c. Louisville, Ky. j e, s. Mish Oma CoFfEV, of Orlando, Fin , is the guest of Miesed Mnttio and Nannie Vnndevcer. Mr. J. B. IIohhs, train dispatcher for the L. A N. at New Orleans, is with his NOTES. old friends for a few days. We have got the best show ring in the IIaiiry and Lacy Mornrrr, of MidState. way, pasted up yesterday to ipund n few Nelson Rowland, of Lexington, a vetWe can not afford to have all these bargains and not tell the-- peodays with Mrs. Robert Gaines. eran horseman, savs our Fair bents them " Mns. HtcitAitn II. Koitwoon and Miss ple. All our Printed Indias, all our Summer Cheverons, all our SumHORSES TOR HARNB99 all. pawed up window light, beat on the out doors and Cords, all our summer Ginghams, reduced from 25 to Xorwood, of Lexington, 10. Colt either sex, $10; 14 entries; It is an exceedingly hard thing to mer Bedford Tuetday to spend the Summer at Bock dented them up very much and even per cent. Those who want these goods must have them when we down Old Liucoln in fairs or anything 50 forced their way into the house and Took Hubble, p.; John Murphy, c. Castle. Come, ladies; now is the time to get more can suit them in colors. 11. Stallion mare or gelding 1 year old else. , damaged the stair case and the walls Mu. Ashley Lillahd returned with And you, gentlemen, whose for your money them ever before. Not an arreat nnd not a drunkJn man and under 2, $10; 2 entries; Rank Hud-eo- n, Mrs. Mary Brown Oral nnd Sadie was seen on the grounds. Pretty good wardrobes are depleted; we can put a better suit in it and for less Garrard, p.; A. T. Hutchinps, Boyle, from Lebanon, where they had been The Heme Literary and Dramatic cort. money than you ever bought before. Your children need not go ragfor a "whisky" town. on a visit. Olub, under the cajnblo direction of "We are dead sure to make the fair a ged nor poorly shod, when you can buy clothing and shoes 12. Maro 2 years old and under 3, Gen. W.J. Lanokam, of Lancaster, Mrs. J. F. Govor, gavo a most creditable f 12.60; 2 entries; Gaines Bros, p.; W. B. permanent thing. How could wo do the hero of two wura and an all around rendition of theiLady of Lyons at the otherwise with such success ? Harlan, Jr., Boyle, c. genUemnu and Eiholar, enmo over with Opera House, Tuesday night, to n well- 13. Maro 3 years old and under 4, $15; A good ruauv nice dinners were set by Mr. J. W. Miller to see how Lincolu pleased audience. The leading roles 5) entries; J. K. Baughman, p.; T.C. Yea- tho directors and others and not a soul county people run their fair, and paid wero taken by Mr. Jesi T. Hocker and We have also some extra size clothing in summer goods; send all left the grounds with an empty stomger, Boyle, c. us a pleasant call. Our readers nro in- Mus Florence Buck and they did themyour fat friends to us and we will cover their nakedness, and those , 14. Mare 4 year old and over, $20; 3 ach. send them to us and we will furnish need debted to tho general fir some mighty selves great credit, Mr. Hocker did his R. I. Jackson, London, F. L. Thompentries; Mike Buckley, Madison, p.; T. son, Dave Poynter and A. J. Fish, of whose pants r good nrtlclos which nppenr in our part admirably except that ho was n C. Yeager, c. them with a pair of A. Lesser &Co.'s best merchant tailor made goods Mt. Vernon, utre among those who en' corroKpondfiice, ns ho froquentlj little too flino in tho lovo scened. The at fabulously low prices. joyed the fair. houses ron saddle contributeiTto tho column of his son, other characters were well presented by We have too many ladies' vests, too many corsets, too many ladies' Mioses Claia Lackey and Nettie Wray 15. Colt either sex, $10; 10 entries; Mr. Louis Lnudratu. Misses Dovle Talbott, Cynthia Beck nnd and Jim Reid and Tom Lackey showed and gent's shoes, too many laces and embroideries, too many hose and Theodore Powell, p.; Joseph Garrett, In the rockaway ring for the I. J. special Ethyl Bnz!ey and' Messrs. Jack and Woodford, c. and our parasol stock is entirely too large and we must reduce them at VICINITY. CITY AND premium, but were not "in it." James Benzley, Porter Lewis, D wight 10. Stallion, mare or gelding, 1 year Tlie press was represemeu uj ur. x. vour own price. Examine for yourselves and "let us reason together." Hoot, J. W." Bniley. Win. Bradshaw, Fox, of the Danville Democrat, Harry Fruit Jars nt J. B. Foster's. old nnd under 2, $12.50; 5 entries; A. E Giovannoli, of tho Advocate, and John Tom Beck and John Carter. We have Hundley, Boyle, p.; Joseph Garrett, L. Ander&on, of the Central Record. Your account is due and ready. rarely seen a bettor amateur performThis hns been cnla week. The fair, n cull and settle. I mean you. A ance. Kuett memner had studied his Woodford, c. Please 17. Mare 2 years old and under 3, $15; hop, a show, lots of pretty irls and line II Penny. part well and congratulations nre due Joseph Garrett, of Woodford, p.; Theo. hortes aro 'enough to make any place lively, but the worat of all is it's past nnd will be- every one of them for making tho enterMb-Amanda Bishop Notick. Park, c. gone. n success. Mrs. Gover has tainment IS. Mare 3 years old and under 4, $20; gin school nt Nonl's Creek Mat Cohen, who handles Joe Garrett s good right to feel proud of her work. The Mason, Lightning and Wire Top , Monday ISth. 5 entries; J. K. Baughman, p.; Joseph strim;, showed l: times and carried out . receipts were nbout jSO 0 blues and 0 reds. He is a most Garrett, Woodford.'c. horseman and a thorough There will be a Maik Bill nnd Phan10. Mare 4 years old and over, $25; 3 The fair hop proved an oleg.xnt affair little tentleman besides. tom Party at Green Briar Springs on of entries; Rowland A Fan is, Lincolu, p.; "Ellen CKvsley," the yarlinq Red night July 1Mb; also a Fancy Dress and far exceedo tho expectation Squirrel fillv'of A E. Hundley, mid his all. About 60 couples gathered and by Joseph Garrett, Woodford, c. Ball on the following Friday night. On Tune attracted an unusual 20. Phaeton pony, $10; G entries; W. 10 o'clock Walton's Opera Houso was a ' amount of attention at the Fair and wore Porcelain and brass Preserving Kettles; Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Rogbe- sea of loveliness aud L. Caldwell, Jr., Boyle, p.; L. K. s happiness. Lost. On the Crab Orchard pike tho blues in every rinc they were shown. White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Traps,. ers, o. orchestra furnibhed the most Row land iV Farris' saddle mare. Allie, tween Stanford and the Preaeheravillo 21. Fancy Turnout, driven by lady is bevond doubt the finest ever shown in satchel containmusic and it was jist 3 o'clock turnpike, n smnll leather Comer Irons, Grind Stones, Scythe Stanford. In fancy saddle, or New York Wire Cloth Spring Hinges and ing pocket book with somo money. Find- before tbo worshipers left tho scene of nnd gentlemen; seven entries; W. A. saddle, or in fact any other kind of sad' Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, lades and'naths. er will leavo nt this otllcoand be reward- merriment. The following is a list of Tribble and Miss Kittio Baughinan, p.; dle rinu she is head and shoulders above the ladies present: Misses Ilessio Miller, J. II. Baughinan and Miss Jessie Cook, them all. ed. Mrs. J. E. Carson. Full line of cakes, Candies and Fruits. Prices to suit the times. - Richmond; Jean and Eva Buchanan, cert. "CHURCHAFFAIBS Btn CoLLiKii, n negro boy, stole a Crab Orchard; Lucy aud Mnttie Alcorn. HORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES. of fair tickets from ticket seller Minnie Dinwiddie, bunch 22. Strdlion or gelding 2 yoars old aud In the the last issue of the Bishop'6 Julia Stagg, Jessie Will Shanks and tried to pass them. and Kate Cook, Mary Adams, Jennie under 3, $12 50, 1 entry; A. E. Hundley; Letter. Rishop Dudley pavs an eloquent and touching tribute to the memory of Ticket taker L. M. Ijisley caught him at Beld, HiiEtouville; Etta Yeager, Lucy Boyle, p. GO TO- William Y. Sheppard. it, however, nnd the boy win nrrosted Doneghy, Pattio Tribble, Allie and 4, Rev. 23. Stallion 3 years old and uuder and placed in Jail. Ho will bo tried at Hhoda Harlan, Maud Pop, Ora Wood, $20, 4 entriee; J. B. Butner, Madison, p., Ed O'Kelley, the man who murderJames, ed Hob Ford, tho slayer of Jts-sM 0 o'clock this a. Danville; Maud Dickens, Boston, Maes; Mrs. M. J. Hubble, c. was n'iveu n life sentence at Lake City, 21. Stallion 4 years old and over, $25; Poor Job Bronbton, of Bichmond.snn Oma CoUey, Florida; Lucy Park, KanCol. be sas City; Kubio nnd Eugenia Vandyke, 4 entries; Mike Buckley, Madison, p.; T. John Red fern, 0 white man, was of the lato T. S Bronston, seems to lvnched nt Franklin. He shot and killas all do who Taylorsville; Grace Johnson, Indianapo- B. Walker, Garrard, c. aing from bad to woise, prominent citizen, by 25. Double Team, speed, Btyle and ed P. B. Dunu, a continue to look on the wine while it is lis; Mnttio Owsley, Mnry McKinney, was employed, and shot and FOR$40; $25 to first whom he red. Ho attempted to commit suicide Mary Daviess Dudderar, Annie nnd Ma- durability considered, probably fatally wounded John Hobdy, $15 to second; 4 entriee; S. D. Hin-klDunn'scolored servant. tbo other day by taking morphine, but ry Alcorn, Annie Hale, Sudio Ellis, An- nnd Jr., Fayette, p ; C. I. Pitman. B6yle, nie Shanks, Mattie nnd Nannie his lifo was saved by hnrd ellbrt. Reduced Rates. Xettio Wray, Maggie Swiuebroad, cert. Will be made by tho Queen & Cresof trustees of the MaloSem- - Isabel and Myrn Owslev, Ella May The board 20. Mare or gelding any age, style and cent routes for the following named ocinary have elected Prof. B. F. Sauudera, BesJo Beid, Sue' Bright, Hel durability considered, $75; $50 to first casions. Tickets will also be sold by L. nfFnvPtto. Mo. Prof. Johnson comes en Saulley, Mrs. Goo. C. Keller, Jr., and nnd $25 to secoud; G entries; S. T. Har- S. R. R. . . highly recommended as a fino educator Mrs. E. C. Waltou, Stanford. Tho vis- bison, Fayette, p.; C. I. Pitman, Boyle, At Louisville, Grand Loiiire of colored Masons of Kentucky. Julv 12 to 15. nnd tho board anticipates a prosperous iting gentlemen wero Messrs. A. M. cort. At New Albany, Inch, Holiness Camp seminary. There wero 30 Kinnaird, Middlesboro; year for tho Cardwell, Cabell 21 to August 10. H0IISE8 FOR SADDLE I'l'ItfOSES. Meeting. nppllcants. High Bridge Camp Meeting, July 22 and Bifle, Lebanon; J. B. Hobbs, Xow 27. Stallion 2 years and under 3, ?15; Mns. S. M. Owens is another bellover Orleans; Matt Cohen, Woodford; J. B. 0 entriee; A. E. Hundley, Boyle, p.; Jos. to Aug. 1. At Harrodsbura, Mercer County Fair, In the theory that a dog is bettor in bo- and Moso Cook, John Rifle, W. D. Gnrrett, Woodford, c. Julv 25 to 20. Tickets on sale July 25 CO. logna saiiBaga than in any other form Hocker, L. M.,Reid, Hustouville; Baugh23. Stallion 3 years and under 4, $20; to 20, irood to return till July MY ENTIRE STOCK AT Xicholasville. Christian State Concomes from tbo inan, Lawwill, Rice, Breckinridge, Pope, 7 entries; L. E. Coleman, Mercer, p.; R. At Tho cause of this belief (colored) July 27. vention fact that she bad n $25 Bet of chinnwnro Whitthorne, Ed aud John Dillehay, S. Dunn, Boyle, c. At Washington, D. C, National Meetinto chips by tho turning over of Denny, Shelby. Harlan, Hackloy, Hockbroken 29. Stallion 4 years old and over, $25; ing of Wheelmen. July 1 and 17. her supper tablo Wednesday night by er, Danville; Fnrra, Duncan, Wherritt, 10 entries; Jos. Ga'iett, Woodford, p ; C. At Niagara Falls, X. Y., Dental ConCurrey, Will and Casey Ows'ey, Dun-lo- T. Sandidge, Fayette, c gress, Julv 20 to Aug. 0. Those needing adjusted Watches can get the following movements tho largo Newfoundland they have. For further information as to rates, Brewer, Robinson, Lancaster. 13. W. Raymond's $16; No. 50 Elgin $20; No. 86 30. Stallion any age, $10, $25 to first etc , call on ticket aaents or write D. G. at prices stated: Thu Interior Journals wero defeated Elgin $20; John C. Duber $i4,Hampden; John C. Duber special $15 to second; 12 entries; Joseph Garrett, Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. THE FAIR. by tho Kicholnsvilles at Rochester Park Woodford, p ; J. K. Baughman c. Si 7, Hampden. Other movements in proportion. All work neatly Tnoailnp hv tho score of 0 to 5. Tho ' ROBT. PLNZEL, d 31. No entry. Notwithstanding and promptly done. Call and see me. LZ$home boys lost tho game in the first and A Grand Success, Gelding 3 years andjunder 4, $15; 32. enlnn Clouds. Opposition and Rain. innings by rank errors. In tbo There was considerable opposition to 3 entries; S. T. Harbison, layette, p.; 1st of tho seventh the'I. Js. hold a can- 1. Pitman, Boyle, c. cas and decided tp win tho gnmo. They tho fair when it was first spoken of nnd 0. O 33. Gelding 4 yeara and over, $25; 0 to tho amount many predicted that such nn onterpriso found Conover's curves Boyle, p.,' S. D. entries; C. I. Pitman, Tho CXI of five scores before tho side was retired, would prove a signal failure. id y Hinklo, Fayette, c. This was tho oppprtu-- i position was occasioned by several M the score. thoroughbred, cither f sons, probably tho greatest being the Yearling 34. Bought for by the "crank"' nnd W. E. Varnon, p.; J. a "email boy." They had an opportunity ' fact that the last attempt was not a finan- - 86x, $10; 2 entries; But if you wero cial success. Thero woro those, howev II. Baughman, c. to yell and oh, my 35. Thoroughbred suckling, either sex within a radius of llvo miles yon heard er, wiiu suiui'ieni piucK nnu county half of tbo seventh, prldo to try it anyway nnd to them tbo $10; 2 entries; C. E. Gentry, p.; J. II. it all, In the last Kicholasvillo succeeded in getting ono credit of tho splondid fair is duo. Tho Baughinan. 30. Yearling either sex with 1 standmoro run across the pinto and Umpire morning of tlo first day was gloomy ami on account of threatening and a small crowd was tho ard cross, $50; 2 entries; Ranks Hudson, heridan called the game result. By noon tho elements grow Garrard, p.; Ttenben Gentry, Boyle, c. darkness. The I. J'b. " s" 37. Two year old, either box, by won had tbo full game darker and darker and those who had they could have 01 bred horse. $50; 2 entries; Reub?n vnnlavedand tho "hoodoo", in tho cherished a hope of seeing tho afternoon W. B. Harlan, Jr., just received. rm of a crosseyed uegro not been on programme wero bluffed off. Tho Gentry, Boyle, p.; And eximine the Studebaker. C however, had nothing to do with Boyle, c. crowd, grounds. he n, 5. No entry. 0. Jack, 1 year old and under 2, $10; The Williamsburg Times says that Dr. 3 entriee; J. L. A L. L. Dawson, p.; Took Blain, who recently ran oil" and got mar- Hubble, c. ried, is howling mad over a charivari tho 7. Jack, 'J years old and over, $10; 4. boys gave him Saturday night. Tho pa- entries; Took Hubble, p.; J. H. Baugh-maper spells it "shivnree," but Bro. Den-bac. prefers to spell by ear instead of by 8. Jennet under 2 years old, $10; 1 en note. Besides keeping up an unearthly try; Bubanks Bros., p. din for two hours, tho boys scratched W. Jennet 2 yeara old and over, $10: 2 the walls of tho doctor's house, which entries; Eubunks Bros., p.; I. W. Powwero freshly painted, punched holes in ell, c. his wire fly screens, broke out n large I'l'IlPOSES.' entries; Jos. Garrett, Woodford, p.; W. II. Murphy, c. Walking stallion, maro or gelding, $15; 7 entries; S. M. Owens, p; R. S. Dunn, Boyle, c. 46. Model stallion, mare or gelding, $15.; 11 entries; J. K. Baughman, p.; Joseph Garrett, Woodford, c. 17. Pair matched marts or geldings, $30; $20 to first, $10 to second, 2 entries; S. D. Hinkle, Fayette, p.; C. I. Pitman, Boyle, c. 48. New York Saddle Mallion, mare or gelding, f 20; 3 entries; Rowland A Far-ri- s, p.; Doc Drye, c. 40. Fancy saddle mare, $20; 2 entries; J. K. Baughman, p.; Joseph Garrett, of Woodford, c. 44. Mare and colt, 15; 3 W. R. LOGAN, Manager. J. N.MENEFKB Mi I & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Oflice STANFORD LUMBER YARD, and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. SWEEFSTAKE ROADSTERS. DOWN, DOWN, DOWN. Here we Come. Knife in Hani And Down Goes Our Prices.. 50. Stallion, maro or gelding, speed, style and durability considered, $15(; $100 to firet, $35 to eecond, $15 to third; Gentries; C. T. Sandidge, lst;CI. Pitman, Boyle county, 2d; S. D. Hinkle, 3d, V in-rid- e. Lil-ln- rd At Your Own Price. half-soling, kin-caste- . -- . J. S. HUGHES. s fcchool-hous- e Now Is the Time to Buy Tir) Cans, Sealing prom-ifiineyouu- Fri-.a- y Friiit Jars, Jelly Glasses, 1 Wax m m Sax-ton'- soul-stirrin- g MoKINlTEr BROS. -- e T T " A. .A. Warren's -- "Model Grocery" e, Van-dovee- r, Jns0. FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING WAX, &G J' NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. !.s J REDUCED RATES p, f1 Threat-secon- I j i 4 M m m bo - op-tyin- g Do You Need a Wagon ? ron-nit- j U b 0 iM Ci 1 ! o 1 ! . "' h 3 stan-dar- d CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S. ac-loa-d - v v n I .c!taMi A - :l V o Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournl SHEEP SCAB. 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As soon as it was settled that Australia was adapted to sheep raising and tho growth of tho finest wool in tho world, thoso engaged in tho business set themselves to work to llx rules and regulations by which they should bo governed and protected in their industry. Laws, fpr eradicating "scab" wero secured without difficulty. Tho prevailing public sentiment that demanded and secured tho passago of theso stringent laws stood behind tho officers charged with their enforcement and compelled them to perform their duty. Infected flocks not promptly isolated and treated by their owners wero taken possession of by officials, appraised and slaughtered, and their carcasses piled up and burned, together with tho buildings nnd fences with which they had been in contact. In such instances of tho estimated valuo of tho stock was made good to the owner from tho public treasury. To meet this expenditure, n tax was laid against each flock owner according to tho number of sheep hox possessed. This rigorous policy had tho desired effect In n fow years scab disappeared and tho bucccss of sheep husbandry was assured.' Theso measures wero supplemented by stringent laws against tho introduction of sheep from foreign countries; even thoso transferred from ono colony to another woro subjected to quarantine and wero dipped beforo being released: indeed, all had and still havo to undergo a rigorous quarantino for six weoks previous to their removal. Under tho inspector all sheep havo to bo dipped whether infected or not; by this means the disease is kept perfectly nuder control. Whyhave we no such laws in America? If thero arc, what is tho uso of them if they ni never enforced? Examine our sheen pens in connection with our great stock yards; thoy actually reek with tho disease, tho iniserabla sheep disseminating scab wherever they go, yet thero is no hand to stay its ravages. Shearing only takes placo onca a year in Australia, and immediately after shearing over sheep is required by law to bo dipped in a solution of tobacco and sulphur. Tho proiwrtions are ono pound of each to four gallons of water. Tho sheep inspectors seo that all owners obey this lawtrictly, and if they find that through neglect tho sheep of any owner are becoming diseased they may by law havo them eared for nnd charged to tho owner. In ndditiou to the nbovo tho law provides that if tho sheep of ono owner, being idiseased, get among and disease thoso of another tho former is liable to damages. As might bo expected under tho influence of such sanitary and police laws sheep husbandry is placed upon u safe, permanent and profitable basis. William Watsou in Breeder's Gazette. The nigld Law It In Twenty Building Lots In the corporate limits or Rowland. II. 1. GotoEarp'sArtGalltry To have losir phsteffraphi taken. with all the He keets up NW LEAVE NorfoIkiWesternRR. is, 1S9) Schedule May NORTON DARST. Rowland Latest Improvements, And will o-ty DAILY ' jco p m (or Graham. Illuefietd ami intermediate WHAT TO EAT IN HOT WEATHER. TO THE FARMERS. alamacer. Co. 9l . Keyuu cwd satUfaCtton. A J EARl'.Mauforvi. An KuglMi I'll Mull SpcukK of I'lulds nnil I'loity of I'rtilt. If a man earn his living by tho sweat threo-foxirt- I) ii roc-Jers- Sulntt. -- .x ri HEART DISEASE. weak or diseased Heart. Tho first symptoms are short breath, oppression, fluttering, faint anil hungry spells, pain in side, then smothing, swollen ankles, dropsy (and death,) for which Dr. .Miles' New Heart Cure is a marvelous remedy. Fine book on Heart Disease, with wonderful cures. FREE at druggists, or address Dr. Miles' Medical Co.. Elkhart. Indiana. For sale by A R. Fenny, Stanford Statistics show that one in rorn hasta ) j mMSL fll AND I Tho growing 'popularity of tho red hog had its origin and was brought about by .tho intelligent effort of William Holmes & Sou, who liad become firmly convinced of tho superiority of tho breed and established a registry as sociation for it Mr. Hams Haviland mado his first purchaso of them about ten years ago, nnd after repeated trials of other breeds still prefers them, "they combino inoro good qualities requisite for profkablo pig raising than any other breed." "To what do you refer?" said I. "Thoy are unusually prolific, averaging from ten to eighteen to a litter," said lie. "So many aro a nuisance, for you have to feed some of tho" pigs or they will dio," 1 replied. "No, for if tho mother is fed milk ivoduciug food sho will tako care of tflom until they aro big enough to eat out of tho trough, for their most noteworthy characteristic is their ability to convert fowl into flesh. They fatten at any ago and aro easily kept clean, not being inclined to scurvy." Mr. Haviland has dressed pigs that weighed 310 pounds at 9 mouths, nnd hogs weighing from 500 to 030 riounds each. The Michigan ExTxjriment station, in Tho Jorsey Bulletin for 18D0, gives a tost of different breeds in an experiment of feeding for growth, as follows: -be-cauv Pounds of grain A vertigo gain required for each per day. pound of Rain 2.D3 2.11 1.S5 Duroc-Jersey- of his brain ho mu-- t, if ho wishes to livo long, maintain his health by tho sweat of his brow that is, ho must in somo form or other tako muscular oxercise. Tho diet laid down as suitable for summer would in that caso of course almost universally apply. The most suitable articles for hot weather are fish, such kinds of meat as fowls and game, green vegetables, salads nnd fruit. Fariuaceous food that is, starches should bo taken in tho very smallest quantity only. Suflicient sugar would bo found in the different fruits that tho season of tho year produces, nud thereforo should not bo supplemented. In tho caso of a man of ordinary size, doing ordinary physical or mental work, tho following would represent nn ordinary day's food for hot weather as far as quautity and constituents aro concerned: Breakfast Two cups of tea or coffee, Bweetened with saccharine, ono or two teaspoonfuls of cream in each, ono ounce of dry toast, thinly buttered; four ounces of grilled or boiled fish, such ns plaice, JUNCTION CITY, K sole, whiting, haddock, cod or trout, or Ilaie Just rreited a new MarMe and t.ranite four ounces of cold chicken, cold tongue House and am fullr prepired to fill orters lor ail or grilled steak or chop. kinds or Marble and Granite work I liao in my the Lunch Two or three ounces of cold employ sWIIIed workmen from and Eat My I freuht I mil n un firllitiptcnn mt In encellcd mutton, beef or lamb; three or four dersold. ,f JlE S WRIGHT, dunces of green vegetables plainly ed; plenty of green salad, mado Notice to the Traveling Public. vinegar, but without oil; four or fivo I have had ounces of stowed fruit; water, or two or thrco glasses of pnro dry Mosello or At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and other" Rhine wines. Hotel 01. e of the lest sahave Afternoon tea, if desired Two cups loons in connection mth day and nljht ; a niht In the Mate, open man meets all trains In connection with Hoa of tea, as at breakfast, nothing to eat. test .Mineral wells the have also one ol Dinner Julienne, or clear vegetable and for reference the water, call on Mr in and sUte Mrs to soup; threo.or four ounces of fish; threo G W Patrick. Louisville, Mr aud Mrs. Kloyd Erin, Tenn , A A. Warren, Stanford, Dr or Jour ounces of nny red ment, or I) E. Proctor, C II. Braum.Mr and Mrs T chicken, rabbit, gamo or venison; six Hamilton. Rowland, Mr. and .Mrs 1'. It. Johnson. Kales ounces of any green vegetable, with New Haven. Jim Cox. Greensburtrme a call Ji pet day J M. trc. clerk w Give gravy from tho meat only; four ounces QSniy UAKKir.K, I'rop j of stewqd fruit or of raw fruit; a little stale or pulled bread and n small piece Desirable House and Lot in Crab of cheese. Orchard For Sale. This diet may bo varied as to hour, threo meals only should bo oaten but. I offer privately my Houseand Lot irf il? Acres, daily, and only sufficient nt each meal corner Stanford and I)epot streets. Crab Orchard The house has five rooms and a larse irarden, a to satisfy tho nppetito. pioil sprlnj and spring houseand lot. a hurse I Fruit may, however, bo taken at and all the nccessar) buildine attaeheil .MRS LIZZIKMcCIl'KF. proper times, nnd, although it is much 3.t more popular now as a food than it used to be, it is only benoficial in modorato quantity. More' fluid is, of course, XC3S i5JSr necessary in hot weather than in cold, and so long as it is n harmless fluid Dr. I can supply the families ol Stanford and vicinNokes questions whether too itmch can ity wilh home made Ice at 60 t. per let pounds, one cent per pound, bo taken. Fluid in this way is to tho less than that amount atcents per 100 pounds orand iH manufactured Ice at 75 kidneys what fresh air is to tho lungs, cents for smaller quantities, lee delivered every morning. I call S)clal attention to the Jjohn nnd the waste of incnt not used in tho Uremnc C ' Celebrated 1. X. I., lleer. for system is carried off by its aid. A meat which I am agent. Will furnish in eithe' keg or diet is healthy nnd life prolonging if bottle. Write for prices. BR, Stanford, K.y. K IIRKM supplemented with plenty of fluid to ijtf off its waste. That fluid should carry bo taken in large quantities in tho summer is a wise provision of nature, ns the 01 skin carries off n largo afnount of waste tho system, nnd thereforo its nc from ' V CTi itvity should Lo stimulated in overj way, and it is most desirablo by baths to keep the oree open. In the summer acidulated drinks nro tho most grateful to the palate. Thero can be no doubt that the most lefreskiug beverage in suiumcr, nnd certainly tho most harmless, is tho properly made cup of tea. In every well appointed household dinner is tho most imortuut moal of Has Inc removed my Itarber Snop to the Com tho day, but a fashion in regnrd to this has lately crept into uso which is neither cirrcial Hotel, am physiologically correct nor conducive to Prepared to Accommodate Ladies its enjoyment. as well as Gentlemen, I refer to tho custom now prevalont of commencing dinner with somo anchovy In anything they may ou.wish innnmy line. Chit Call mt. also aited toast, caviare, or sardines on bread nud buttor, or somo other savory of a like THOMPSON, nature. Tho proper commencement of llMe1. In "Vmmrr-adinner bhould bo tho old fashioned dish of good soup and for this reason that H33MX3NTG-T03Sit is necossnry that tho first food taken at dinner should bo quickly absorbed, so SlANIiRI as to stimulate tho nervous sybteni and give tono to tho stomach. In this way tho appetito h stimulated and tho sense of tasto mado moro keen. Nothing nct so beneficinlly for this purposo as a small quantity of good soup. Tho moro important adjuncts are, of course, pleasant surroundings and cheorfnl companionship. Dr. Nokos in Gentleman's Magazine. - for The Central Kentucky Hedgi Lancaster, and offer the services ol fence Louisville both m self anj the Company to the citiicns of KncKvilh, Cumberland Cap Lincoln county. I am rry thankful for the liberal patrona&r receh ed and hope by lair dealing to Farmers in nid of a tood merit a continuance. Double Daily Schedule, feme ill find me at the M)ers House in Stanford In Effect Mav , i Pn?,C.Un,VC0U,,d'M W IOHNSON. I R. R. itioamtnr Illiicfield, Iladloid, Roannke, and L) nckl'urj, Richmond, ntid Nerlolkv Also, (via Hngsrstewn, Harris. Roanoke) for WaslilnL-tonlirg, Philadelphia and New ork. I'nllmiiu Sleeping Cars Iron Loui'vllleto la N'ortoa ami Radford; also Radlord to New Yiaaiatsia Shenandoah Junction, alto Had. lord tvXaVTungton, also from I yuchburg to Rich, Nor-fal- mdnrt 4 Lve Louisville " Stanford Arr. Mlddlesboro L e. Mlddlesboro Arr. Cumberland GapM " Hamilton Springs..... 1 snuTirnoL-y- p , ; - , 1 " Arthur " Powell River " " " 1 ..., . .. " " " " " Corrjten " Malotieyville KnonHlle Clinch River Oakman Washburn Powder Springs Luttroll - lientll....... Loue Mmintaln .. .. Jjipm tjepm JlSpm jjopm J4pm jispm 114pm 545am 6 00 p m m, 7 1? pm Trasns arrive at Ntttou Irum ths East dally at and ' 4 P in for further ml rinati'ili as - schedu'ev rate Arc ,app v tu agerts if kai 'tfilk ,t Ijopm W 1) 15 ti ol a m road vr to Cer Pas crker Afct HKMIL,ke , K an a m 7 5 30 a m will leave Kltiencld daily at IralnVr Pocahoi tas. Powhatan and wp !m Good- ml a 40 p ui tpn t- We-ier- n njpm 6 18 nam n m M isipsi 418pm ......... ...... 4 641am 701am 711am 7 ti a m 714am 7411m 751am 8 S 8 r mjMm JSTL- W XaaWsKXllilU'. .sX m -- " Heverly ' K ,V O Junction. ..... 4 4 41 jt p n, pm )l p m 3 ..., . I Lve Knoxville Arr K. ,V O J u tic lion..... ........ 8 " lleverly I " " Cnrrjt-" I.uttrell " l'ovwler Springs " Washburn " Oakman Maloneyvtlle. . x'fr'nrofNT ....... ' I )P jipm tan j a r i a na ,4 a m a m m pm a a m y 4 54 't f Junction City Marble&GraniteWorks fsttlxi 9 joa ml a 44 a ui 6 jo p m amj 6 44 p m a w 654pm 4 a ti; 7 on p m 718pm csaMiagSs Twenty mlleithe Sl.crteit 10 " Clinch River. ' Lone Mountain. " Taiewcll " l'oell Ilixer . to if m I o p m 10 10a m, 8 10 p m a ml t pm Jl p m eilnmi 750pm a i 1 as 7 7 p m Hamilton Springs " Cumberland Gap. " Mlddlesboro Lve Mlddlesboro Arr. Stanford " Arthur. " " i)l am Ijonn to ttacam fjopm 41 11 a m ..in 44 am 1140 is) am ooapm a s4.p n Chlcsgo, .Michigan IVmts St. Louis, Dutlalo, Cleveland. Detroit, Indianapolis and the West. a England, Nc Canada, . 9 so pis. itos pm icoo p tn Washington a 54 a m Quickest time a in 7 New York, Richmond, lSoston, Ualtimore. to liarrodsburg, THE SIIELTON IIOl'SE Pullman I'aUce Car Knoxville to Cincinnati without chayge, t cHiueciMsiM made with all trains Notth and North'wett at Grand Cent Mil 4001. Clacinoali. All trains cottstoct at Cetrytou, Tea , with Jt CusNrlHB Gap RaUtMtt train 10 aud (rm Tale Sprsiio and Im Through tickets 01 nk i City Tic Vet nrac tit Gay street and D.fWC Ticket oAce, foot Weet Knoavillt. Main For any luformatttm as te rsMtns, rates, ttc'at-pl- y to W A. ULY, AttlM G'B'Ifsts A gt . IIRNRY A SMITH, City Tkket Ajent Philadelphia, Frankfort, Ky VlkGIMA J'hotint aud Quukest line to KNEW 4DBOSANS, SOLIU Vr.STlllll EI) TRAINS thm" with Hiiraltiitham, Mertd out change via Chatun ian makine direct connections en route lor Knoi villc, Asheville, Lynch turf and points m the v. lre, AB'DK(ftYAS9 At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmicc tan, Chartesvoti, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, llrunswlck, Lake City, 1 hoinasvillc and FI.OIU The only line running sol id estibnled trains with Pullman Itoudmr or Palate Sleeping Cars to St Augustine, wiihont change lor any class of pas. Selma sr- .- Zionigomcrr, Hnatsrllle, Decatur Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points ShnrtMt and quickest to Aantsson, Slm, Mobile connections made ai NEW ORLEANS without omnibus transfer for Grdvtiteo Houston, Austin, DA kanxrttle, Icon rim. . IT YOU ARE GOING... . BTORTHokWEST, THE Mi.mssiillllMSBtnVMSJVMasssJM..MM sergersor baage P.... I BEER. Louisville . NasHVlllc R. n, Austin San Aatonia, El Paw and points in TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through Iibc to Jsrkson and ksburg, Miu bhrrvp.t La., makli.f .1 ir 1 c m rctinm without om in at transfer l r Dallas, F' rt 'orth i , ,, , Is the line f r )iti,as Its TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. or address Daily Double close conce Trains Mke tions at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points Krc-m- er For through rates correct county nVips and to inlotmaiton call on Agent at JunukTi City, Ky J. S LK1TII. Trav Pass. Agt , Jtneiioa City, Ky I). MILLER. D. G. EDWARDS. G. 1 A T. A , Tra Maner , Cincinnati. THROUGH TICKF.TS ?OI D BAGGAGE CJIECKKD THROUGH For any information taauire cf Or F L. A; CLirruKD. Aceat, fcarar r&LS' W.W PF.NN, Trav. Pass Agfi. Junction C it, Suoforsl, Ky. K The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, Xose, Tliront and Chronic Disease Specialist in the State. BBsnBsnssnBK nt Newport News tfc Mississippi Valley Co. Chesapealc A Ohw H t?nV t. Washington, Philacloiphln Baltimore, Now York, IN EFFECT NOV. 1 j, 1I91. Old Point and ths Seathoi awl all Eastern Cities 1 Mt I.isntt'd Accosa.' Aeco. BOUND. Mail Kx. l..l.. naUy I'lliy Dnliy I)ntly Ci. iu Kx u Lve LeiHtgtoo..... ris a too p 11 40 5 i P " WisichosMr .. IS) Ml f Mt StorMac T u a 7 11 p "p E.ST I JESSE l " Cailtttsburg. " Huntington. . " Wosluiigtnfi.. " PhlladelpW.. Atr;Nw Vsrl:.., WEST UOUND Lve lluariBgten.' Arr AshUs4. . ... is in 11 j T Typewriter " " Cmleiubitrg Ashlawl ,!. 0 14 I si is o js.io a sffiP LainB 7 la, - mfim jmIL Mted Mi ; Mh&A P4lW pMt pti IkL? W. p1 fS H :m VSK T JilssnissnssnssnssnnBr STKssnssnssasaansinWlB AaW W so p 10 47 fle a so p I is 1 j 4T P 10 I ' .... uaii. .. I 9ffi J. y$twS$ oo m 17 js p Mt Sterling Lexington Louisville.. Wisschester.-A.. i . rr 11 is i l 05 f i) a a I 4 P p O M P P a j oj ot p PJ,P 1 45 P 7 14 P . .. t S. APPLEHAN THI CELEI RATED M. D., f, 1 T SJ 41 jj BJ p 6 15 a P J is a so p Poja uoa English. Specialist, Fcrm r'y 1'rolessor of Ira.tice of Meiin. ne, 1 Duroo-Jorsey.- ... l.flj STUUAM STEEL BOILERS, S 3 Berkshire Poland China... BJ2 S.E7 s tho tho greatest gain per day nnd nt tho least cost for food. Cor. Rural New Yorker. This gives LHo Stock ho has discovered, l'olnu. Somebody has discovered, or thinks that eggs laid in the spring and early summer aro superior Upright and Horizontal. in quality to thoso laid lato in summer, and during hot weather. Stationary, Semi Portable dio Moro they aro a Portable. All sizes up to 26- - ohl thansheep any beforotime duringyear ct other tho borse power period of faheep existence. This means Unequaled in Safety, Simplicity, that lambs should bo well taken caro of. Many of tho best draft horsefl in the Strength and Durability. country are reared in Ohio and PennWrite for Free Illustrated Pamplets and jour sylvania. . wants to reAll tho law in tho &CO., quires so much, ought country, if it in to be enlisted JAMES NEW YORK CITY. SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. tho work of ridding tho northwest of tho scoundrelly and desperato horso and cattlo thioves that infest somo of tho states. Not far from Spokane lately three horses wore found, dead, tied fast and helpless. Two wero tied to a tree, tho third was tied to tho tail of ono of tho others. Thoy hnd been stolen tho thieves had meantime been captured and tho "helpless dumb brutes had remained tied there, saddled and bridled, till they had starvbd to death. If wool is left on a suckling owo till after tho usual shearing time, and her lamb is meantime weaned, tho wool will start a second growth nnd will show a joint or break in the fiber that n will injure it seriously. M3FFEL Illcctrlc Oxford. (jxtord Having taKen unto uerseit a tramway, and survived what many of her inhabitants regarded as an net of the direst profanation, is about to give further proofs of her readiness to move with tho times by tho adoption of tho electric light in her thoroughfares and public buildings. The compactness of Oxford lends itself admirably to tho purpose, for although tho compulsory area laid down in tho provisional order granted by tho board of trado is only a quarter of a milo squnre, it comprises 12 colleges, 39 public buildings and churches, 9 hotels and 840 shops, offices and private houses. Tho prom6ters of tho scheme, who are chiefly local people both town and gown being represented on tho directorate of the company nro to bo congratulated on tho opportuneness of the dnto chosen for tho inauguration of the new system. By tho eve of "comiuem." Oxford will havo exchanged her old lamps for new, nnd the gay undergraduate and his lovely women folk will foot it in tho corn exchange beneath tho radiant beams of tho new illnmiuant. London Globe. A THE BEST WORK .. r.v Limited Yesttbulesl Traias run daily in connec with CkoMBeake & Ohio "F. F. Y " to Ntm ork Fast Mall Trains run dally aad nuke local step between Lexington aud Huntington. HuntinKiou and Morcnsnd Accosam4atioas run dally. I.exinirton and Morehend and Lelni;to and Mt. Sterling Accommodations run duly except Sunday. Through Sleeping Cars tf and from Washington and New York without change. tm Electrical IVlotlical College, TORON TO. CANADA. Now Kvairining I'hjskian of the Southern Medical Institute, I.OLISVILLH.KY. Will be at Myer3 House, Stanford to ratei, routes. c , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines For full information in Tuesday, July 19. From THE SIMPLEST MEANS IN "'li! G THESHORTEST TIME . G. P A., Lexington, Ky. W. S. HARRISON. G. M., Lexington, Ky. T. I. A., Ashland, Ky E. HUNTINGTON,""" Y P. and 0. M., C. L. I1R0WN, W.HARNEY, Till ..TAKE THE Most Satisfactory and the Most Durable. A complete stock of best quality Ribbons, Legal aud Letter I'aper.Oil, Mss. Lovers, etc. Send for descriptive pamphlet to I al Medical College, New Ytrk City, and the Klec. trlcnl Medical College, Toronto, Canada. He has made a special study ul the diiesses he treated In the groat Ilellevue and Charity Hospital for several years and recognises noiuperior in diagnosmir He devotes all and trentuiir Chronic Dlseasts his time to the treatmeut of chronic and nervous diseases of both sexes and his skill as an expert in this class of cases Is well established. Treats sue cesilully, and xjm. to f p m.. one day only, returning , ecry lour weeks during the year Dr. Appleman is a graduatrcf Ilellevue 1 s p ') 1 1 -- Permanently Cures i sirirriiiiirirTBTrsM G. M. ALLISON & CO., 4,S West Main Street, Q.. I U m sa - nsn an ! WtwAlBaHTiCHICaCoSriG(JlipUISVIUl Ill-UltU-lu mr - IstsfM Louisville, Ky. 1 THE WORLD'S FAIR LINE TO POSTED. MIT0AG'D9 And PoA.yTS Acute and Chronic Catarrh, Ringing in Ears, Deafness, Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Lungs, Kioney, Urinary nnd Uladder troubles llnght's Disease, Dubctes, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Kpilepsyor Fits positively cured, t ountr or middle aged men suffering from liupotcncy. Eruptions, the results of errors or excesses, should call before It is too late. vVc guratiteo n cure if case has not gone too far. Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the face permanently remorrd. Duublu Luinli. MSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSHW- Talking about freaks of nnture, a owo belonging to William Pickens, near this city, performed a feat tho other day that takes tho wool. She gavo birth to a lamb that had eight legs and two Jails.' From tho navel forward it was a perfectly formed lamb, but the hind dud doubled up on nature. Louisiana (Mo.) Press. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and others uot to trespass on our lauds without permission, as all suvh will te prosecuted to the lull. est extentof the law. Signed' C. JI.SPOONAMOORE 55 J. K. HRUCE. THOMAS C. HALL. STEELE UAILEV. 11. Klood and Skin Diseases. As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, "tc, cured by never failing remedies. Diseases of women, such as Leucorrhea, painful Menstruation, Displacement ot Womb, bearing down pains in back, relieved in short time. The Doctor carries all tits portable Instruments and comes prepared to examine the most obscure .. medical and surgical cares He undertakes no incurable diseases but cures hundreds given up to die. wjEvOT And , i-- JAMES CI YEN'S. I. S. PHILLIPS. ANTON RENACKER. CLARK REYNOLDS. M. LAL'KOWITZ T. D. NEWLAND. W. W. HAYS. O. C. I. YON. FRED BAUMANN A.M. FELAND. W.GAINES. NOBTH - W3EST, Finest ami best Vestibuled Iluffet Sleeping Cars and Parlor Cars en all trains. No change of cars, best accommodations, quickest time and lowest rates. For Information address IAS. BARKER, G. P. A Chicago. W G. CRUSH, D. P. A., Louisllle. CONSULTATION FREE And Confidential. Address J. fait S. APPLEMAN, M,D, Louisville, Ky. : vX..i j '