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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892090901 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. 0 vol. xx. Semi Weekly Interior -- Journal NO. '56 STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. 1892. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. LIBERTY, CASEY C0UNTV. DANVILLE. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. -- School commenced at Laurel Sotnin-- ; Uoth of our schools opened Monday with the prospect of n laro attendance, nry .Monday II. A. Koundlree will movo Into the There Ib a rovlvnl In progress t the Williamsburg house vacated by Dick Ward. colored church hi South An Infant of Mr. Frank Saunders, Mr. J. h. Whitehead has treated IiIh now cover nndn general re- only n few days old, died Monday. homo to ii Miss Ilessio Admits, who has been pairing. y There w.ii nn unction of Wyoming with us tho past two weeks, left for a fow days' stay at Mt. Verlittle ponies hero Wednesday. All the non on her way home. hoys nro happy now. Messrs. Dick Ward and Dock Hag services were held nt the The union Church last Sunday night. Kid. gard, two as good eitiaens as wo had M. E. moved away this week, the former goO. S. Sutton preached. MIhs Lena Irvine, who had heeu vis- ing to to Lancaster and the other to Dil-li- oti Switch. iting Mtb. J. I. Gentry, returned to her A Tennehsee miner spoko before tho Wednesday iiiurn- homo In Louisville, j Wed-nesdn- illK. V multitude nt tho republican convention The democrats will hold a oounty Monday on tho troubles of the miners of conuntion Saturdav to reluct delegates TennetHeo. His talk win a little out of to send to loudon to fioloet a caudlduto place and inflammatory to it high de gree. for Congrew). Col. It M. Jackson had n string of mother of our Mrs. Sutton, the townsman, John W. Sutton, died Inst horns at the Williamsburg fair nnd Wednesday nt Hoho Hill, Va., and was brought away a number of tho most valuable premiums. A little mare belongburied hore Friday morning. Miss Carrio Myers gave a noelal ing to 1C. 0. Ford received a premium in Monday evening in honor ot hur cousin, every ring in which alio was exhibited. Miss May Miller, of Ml. Vernon, who There was a very largo crowd of 1ms been visiting her. There were '23 people in town Tuesday at the republipresent and everyone leported a vory can convention, and tho whole proceedings went oil' quietly, according to tho pleasant tlm. The Whitley eounty fair p.IommI Its arrangement of the liosses. Thero wero first annual exhibition la$t Saturday lif several floaters here, who worn badly ter a three days' mooting. Of course, as disappointed because it was found to take a thousand or two dolthis was the ilrst, wo could not expect it to be what the fairs of Central Kentucky lars from the hank that had been left are, but it was a grand succesi in every there for this important Occasion. ColrosiM'ct. tJood attendance and a fair son will hove the largest number, if not show of stock. Tho visitors during the u majority, of tin votes in tho coming fair were too numerous to meiitlon nud district convention. "W.E.H.," writing to tho Homo for fear of leaving some out wo will not attempt it. Every town within 50 miles and Farm under the bend ol "A Jourof Williamsburg was reprosenU'd by ney on Foot in 1SIW," writes tho followsome of Its fair ladies and gallant gen- ing: I now left Tennesseo and entered Kentucky, it bsing where it is called the tlemen. Tho republicans met In convention "wililernePH part" of the State, extendwith a ing aciofs it in a straight lino about 70 on Tuesday at tho court-hoularge attendance. Matt Itafus was made miles. Cumberland river, in a valley of temporary chairman and J. N. Sharp the mountains, was reached hereasecretary, mid a committee was appoint- bouts. Crossing this river 1 kept along ed on organization and tho temporary its fertile and cultivated shore, and at organization was made permanent. Then tho close of thnt day stopped over night h committee was appointed on resolu- at the house of a Mr. Words, 22 miles tions who reported ns usual concerning from Cumberland Gup. Tho next day Harrison ami the McKinley bill, but liarbourville. 30 miles from Cumberland saying nothing about the Korco bill. Gap, was arrived at. I have preserved Endorsed II. V. Finley ami instructed no description of this place, except that the delegates to vote for him all tho It was surrounded by hills. I hero extime and that a committee of heven gen- changed myTennessee money for the lotlemen named In the resolution he ap- cal currency. Where I staid over the pointed to select the 22 delegates and re night of tho 20th and 21st of May I which had formed on that night. On port them to the convention, which they did, appointing 21 white men and one this day, the 21st, I arrived nt the vilnegro, Uird Holt. This did not suit lage of Iindon, 55 miles from Cumber-lauGap, the second village through some of the loaders and after tho convention adjourned, M. A. Moore, sheritl', which I had come in Kentucky. Its n and who is said to bo a very utrong dozen or twenty houses 6oemcd to have man, called the house to order and a nppearamie. Twelve or fifW. C. Itose was elected chalrmnti and teen miles from Iuidon I camo to the another convention was hold. M. A. uorkcnslio mils, inoso ol too armies Moore, S. V. I). Stout and two colored In tho civil war that had to croes these men were appointed a coinmitteo on hills, and aro surviving, need not be reresolutions, who endorsed tho resolu- minded that they wero rocky, and that tions of thi former convontion, but sub- the road over them was a hard ono to miles from Lonstituted a different set of delegates. travel. Thirty-seve- n There eeems to bo somo trouble us to don, and, as I made it, 02 miles from which shall be Becond. The first set of Cumberland Gap, I arrived nt Crab Ordelegates were about evenly divided chard, a pleasant little town, and left tho among tho other candidates, but of tho "wilderness part" of Kentucky behind last they aimed to get entirely Colson me. I now entered on a stretch of It country extending 100, innro or less, men if Finloy should be dropped. was reported that Mr. Colson wos using miles across it, famous for its fertility, money hero to secure a following, but cultivation and products. this Mr. Colsou denies. se Tho Casev County Teachers' Insti tute convened hero Monday with W. H. Hopkins in tho chair and A. I.. Peter-maus conductor. Thero was a pretty full attendanco of teachers on Tuesday, but on Mond.ty a heavy rain continued until ho late In tho morning that all did not get in that day. Your Middleburg Horibo, Virgil Coleman, was elected secretary by a large majority and committees on programme and resolutions wero appointed, but I have not their names at this writing. Ono of tho largest mass conventions met hero on Tuesday for tho purpose of appointing doleuatcs to tho republican congressional convention to bo held nt London on tho i:ith. that has iwembled hero for many days. F. l Combest waa elected temporary chairman and JoKse Lay appointed secretary. Dr. I. C. Dye was appointed chairman of committee on resolutions. While waiting for the committee to repoit, Mr. J. II. Thomas, being called upon, made a stirring speech in favor of Casey's favorite, Col. Silas Adams. henever tho name of Adams was called thero was enthusiastic applause. Tho coirmitteo reported resolutions indorsing Harrison's admin istration, tho proceedings of the 51st congress and instructed tho delegates find, last and all the time to cast Casey's vote for Col. Silas Adams. There was voice. not a n diss'-nting Ig saw-ic- e d Col-so- time-wor- n S 1 home. Although in delicate health for some time past, not having been nblo to sit up all day after her arrival in Flora, sho was not thought to ba dangerously ill by her physician and friends and what a sudden blow to them when the sad news came, "I.izzio is no more." Dentli came with his summons in tho stillness of night anil so silently boro away her spirit that tho rustlo of his dark ,dnlons awoko not tho loving husband slumbering at her side. When morning dawued ho found only her lifeless form with her hands folded over her heart just as sho had fallen asleep, peacefully as u tired child. Although tho last Bad rites wore paid by stranger hands, it was with kind and loving ones. Jler stay in her uow homo was a short one, but alio had endeared herself to all with whom sho camo in contact. Tho kind uncle and aunt wero almost at her loss and mourned her as a will child. All tho kind friends thero lov-ibo remembered with a lasting and kindness. They laid her to rest in a beautiful country churchyard, whoro wild flowers bloom and sweet western winds sing a requiem to tho quiet sleep-erlying thero and her spirit gives praise around her Father's great throne, while wo who aro left behind aro traveling on, footsore and weary. Each Hiinset brings us one step nearer tho shore of the sea, tho crossing of which will land us iucoti-Bolabl- o ug John Greenleaf Whittier, tho poet, Hunter McCluro, is dead at Hampton Falls, Mass,uged. on tho night of August 25th. at her Si. Mia. J. D. Holderman, who was Miss home In ?'lora, 111., whither, but a short Fmiuie Straub, died Wednesday afterlittime ago, she with her husband and tle daughter hud gone to mako their noon, after a three weeks' illness of ty1)1 n-Mrs. inmem6riam. I.fwsio , DEATH'S DOINGS. phoid fever. Mrs. Holderman had been in bad health since the birth of her little child about five months ago, but was not taken down until tho time mentioned above. Tho little girl, w ho will great ly need a mother's love, survives, and she with tho husband have tho ey in pithy of their many friends and the public generally. Mrs. Holderman ha J just celebrated her 21th birthday and had for a number of years been n devout member of tho Haptiat church, where she was organist for a long time. Her funeral was preached at tho Baptist church yesterday by How A. V. alter which her friends followed her to her last resting placo in IlulTulo Cemetery. Size-more, a With lovcil onei gone before; Mother, hutband and children deir Praise together, evermore. There'll be no parting in that home Of love beyond the iklei, Thoro'll be no orrow, pain or death, "There'll be no more good bye." MOTUEK. At home in a beautiful laml. Dr. Apple-matho Louisville specialist, for catarrh, asthma, bronchitis, lung, stomach, liver, blood, bladder and urinary troubles. Dr. Apploman is becoming so well and favorably known in and around Stanford that it is hardly necessary to mention his superior skill. Ho has demonstrated that by his cures. Many who had doctored for years, oven until they had given up in despair thnt cherished hope of a euro and resigned themselves to a miserable existence, havo been speedily and pnuanently cured by the doctor. Tho deaf have been made to hear nnd the eyesight restored in many. Don't bo discouraged. By n, Si'KUalTubatmknt Thomas Murphy, aged 8S, was about to die ut Dubuque, and Mary Dompsey wanted to marry him to get his pension. Ho died before tho justice could perform tho ceremony. Louis Robertson shot and killed Patterson, as a result of n political discussion in Shelby county. Jo-sep- l! Mr. A, Tribble, landlord of tho Gilcher house, was in Richmond on a ' business trip this week. J. M. HUBBARD, A. 1YL, President. Thero were (0 appearances to noon Wednesday for the term of the Boyle 1892. Circuit court beginning tho liKh insc. Hereafter Rev. J. L. Allen will Kullcorp of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. .Superior courses in Literature, Music and preach tho 2d and ith Sundays at Pleas- An. Kxccllent boarding department. Catalogues nnd circulars furnished on application. ant Grove church In Garrard county. Up to today, Wednesday. Morrison j Seminary has ID pupils; Miss R'imI'h school 5s pupilH; Centre College opens ' Wednesday, 14th Inst. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Drs. J. M. Meyer and Howard Kin- -' cald have formed a jmrtnerphip for tho THE HEXT SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION BEGINS SEPTEMBER 14, 1892, practice of medicine. Their ollico will With a full courw) of study, both Kngluh and Classical. While tho course ol Instruction Is specially bo tho same hretofuro occupied by Dr. adapted to prepare young men for the Krpshman Class, It Is intended at the same time to furnish a literal English education to any who desire It. In connection with the Academy, Meyer, noir the The Danville Gas Company proposA ed to tho council Tut sday night to make Ha been established In the Homo and under the personal control of the Principal. Regular study material reduction in tho price of ga.s to hours under the supervision of the Principal and assistants nnd the restraints and government of Christian home a,e combined with the bwt cducationnl advantages, all consumers, if the council should lor further particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc , nilress agree to extend the company's lease, JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danvillo, Ky. which will not expire for about two years. A committee from each body will confer with each other and report at tho next regular meeting of tho council when action will ho taken on the OPENS SEPT. 14, 1892. company's proposal. eight t ure of study as follow-- , Agricultural, Scientific Josie, the little daughter of Mr. M. 1 wenty seen prolessors and ' Hi ilojical, Civil hnglueerinK, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. County J. Farris, is very ill with tubercular appointee re eUeJ free of tc Ulan. Hoard in dormitories Si per week; in private families Jj.jo to $4. Mr. Arthur Scott, who re tor catalogues apply to JAS. K. PATTERSON, Pll D., Pres., Loxlngton, Ky. turned sick from Birmingham, Ala., 10 days ago, is not getting along as well as his friends hoped at one time. Hij An SHELBYVILLE. Itnglish and Class leal School lorGirls. Annual lungs seem to bo seriously ailected. Session open Wednesday, Sept. 7th, jfioi. Prepares for Wellesley. W. T. POYNTER. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. McGoodwin are exHnyden Station. pected home from Owensboro Satur Mrs. II. W. Gaines is visiting in day. Uoyle this week After various delays, tho first of tho How Watts, colored, of Richmond, 12 case against Joseph Columbus Go-has just closed a meeting of three weeks ings, for selling at Ixjgantown, which resulted in about Tinsley Mershon and A 10 additions. was called for trial C. M. Spoonamore sold to H. T. in tho police court. Tno defendant callshall, keep constantly on During the year 1S92 I Moberly a yearling filly for $75; also sold ed for a jury and while tho .chief of postock of hand a full and complete to J. II. Pepples a nice grny lice was summoning it, Mr. Goodloe, the filly for SI 25; purcliNsod of Dun Vauars- - town nttorney, and Judgo Breckenridge, d.ilo a cow for $28. tho defendant's attorney, ofiected an Many farmeis aro ordering their aureemeut by which Going was to pay seed wheat from'Illinois and Michigan SIWS.UO and then slide out of the court. in order to secure an extra good yield Itemized the bill is as follows: S50 each next year. Tho ground is now being in the three first cases; to the first was My stock of prepared for Mr. Gaines has attached SM.SG costs; to the 2d and 3d about NO good ewes that can bo bought SL lOeach costs; to tho remaining 10 cases nt a bargain. Si. 10 each as costs. Mr. Dawson, ono Our wide awake distiller, W. II. of the witnesses for tho prosecution, Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ol Tray lor, has begun work on n now ware- failed to present himself as directed and drompt service, low charges- and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas house I5xi0 feet, which will, when com- had to he brought all tho way from Cor-bi- n. D.VLTon in charge. A. R. PENNY. pleted, hold about 1,000 barrels of whisWhen he arrived in charge of ky nnd tho hustler contemplates filling Marshal Isewland, of Stanford, he it next spring. Elijah Withore is re- looked as though he had eaten somebuilding his barn opposite Rush Branch thing that did not agree with him. church, which burned some time ago. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. This place may not boas well known as Stanford, or eveu as Rowland, but Foil Salk. Good pair work mules. wo are getting there all the same. If wo J. M. Hill, Stanford. haven't water worts and electric lights 2.U. 1). Holtzclnw sold to I. Herrin 3 and ice factories, we have two pikes and mules at S120. the K. C, tho most accommodating rail J. T. Underwood sold to L. If, Hudroad in tho world, and tho slowest. It son a 2 year-olfilly for $200. will stop anywhere, for anything, but if A very fine article of seed wheat for you think you cau mako tho round-triand sale. Stanford UollerMill Co. for to Richmond over it in less thati a week 1). N. Prewitt bought of Ben Robin-- s you'll bo mistaken. Colic, Constipation, n K! head of fat steers at 2c. "Cuitorla Is no well adapted to children that C&itorla euros Dbrrhoja, Eructation,' Sour Stomach, I recommend Una superior loany prescription Col. J. M. Beazley has rented his y M. S. Baughmnu sold to L. B. Kills Worms, gives &leop, and promoted dlVnown to tno." II. A. A Renin, M. P., farm to Messrs. S. G. Burton ami J. G. a pair of mules for $250. medication. Ill So. Oxford St., BrooUju, N, Y. Iresiion, Johnson, of Somerset, and tho colonel For Sale. Car load of splendid Tub CcNTiun Compant, T7 Murray Street, N. Y will join his handsome wife at Junction corn. M. J. Harris, Crab Orchard, Ky. City. Mits Belle Palmer, of Garrard, W. F. Klkin bought of C. G. Ware 4 has been visiting Mrs. A. T. Trnylor, her steers at 2c and of Win. Moreland 4 exsister. Mi6s Lizzie Gooch left tho first tra good ones at 2jc. of tho week for Huatonvillo to onto William Moreland sold to May s school. Miss M. S. Beazley leaves Mon- Bros., of Perryville, 200 ewes nt S4 and 1. day to enter Hamilton College at Lex- bought of sauio a lot of feeders at 3 o 0 c n C. tfl . ington. Miss Mayiiio King, of Walnut cents. 3 ft o 05 Flat, left last week to enter school at Chnrles Alexander sold his farm, n 7 o r n M s SB Wellington, Kansas. Little Miss Cath- one mile from Versailles, containing 90 -- 3 cn M v a KM S c erine Beazley will attend Stanford Fe- acres, to Joo Kogcrs, of Mercer, at C3.. 8male College. Mr. Lewis Duddernr re- $130 25. 3 r-co CD M We acknowledge recoipt of tickets turned Friday uight much improved 2: 0 CD ft from French Lick Springs. Mr. James to the Somfrsot Fair, which will beheld o ami promises to be the Dudderarand handsome wife havo mov- Sept. 3 GO CO o n ed to their parents' at McCreary, Gar- hist over held there. CD SO S C3"3 n The McCormack's church neighrard county, where they will mako 0 2 a. & O p' -c 54 " w their future home. Tho community re- borhood is ufllicled with a pest of grass- S a 2 2. 3 "3 much to havo them leave. hoppers. There aro millions of them grets very "5 T5 D. Miss Ella Dunn, quito an attractive lit-t- lo and they have in many instances eaten beauty of Bryantsville, camo up nil the fodder oil tho corn. Cattle are in only fair demand in Tuesday to take tho train for Cincinnati at l.GO for best shippers; hoM A mastodon'B head three feet long aro falling, best butchers being quoted at only 5J; sheep are in fair demand nt ami weighing 235 pounds, with ets a foot in diameter, was grubbed up 3 to 5, nnd lambs 3j to 0c. Men's medium and light weight Messrs. J. K. and M. S. Baughmnn in Carroll county. have brought their crack Tho tight of tho Chicago municipal home and will give him a rest for authorities against tho Garfield Park Haciug Atiaocialion resulted in a terriblo a fow weeks. Ho will start at Lexingtragedy, two men being killed and one ton, whon he will more than likely lowfatally wounded. Ono of tho dead men er his record of 2:25. Worth Irom $5 to $16 per suit. Nice line cheap pants worth from , is James M. Brown, tho millionaro turfConsult Uh. Ai'PLKMAS. If your caman, and the other Polico Ollicer John ses are incurable he will frankly tell Si. 25 to Si. 75. A few more pairs of Ladies' Shoes in broken sizes. t Powell. Ilrowti is said to havo put l'J you so, nnd if a curable one his charge All the above goods must be closed out regardless of cost; so call and ' men to sleep in his time. A good deal for treatment will be reasonable. lie Full line Fruit Jars in stock. carries his own medicines, which aro examine goods and get prices. ". ' of politics is mixed up in the row against prepared by best chemists and can be tho track and bribes and purjury take n relied upon to do the work intended. The doctor will be at the Myers House, prominent hand. 13. Speaking of prize lights, the llrst Stanford, Tuesday, Sept. wos by Jacob Hy-e- r light in America In the circuit court at Georgetown nnd Thomas Bensley iu 1S10. Tho Milt Kendall, Jr., charged with killing Kendall longest glove fight was 5 hours, 3 min- John Jarvis, was acquitted. utes nnd 43 eecouds, in 70 rounds, by wasoueof the principals in the fight of August, 1801, between tho "Jarvis Bros, Sherriff and Welch, in Philadelphia, in nud oid man Kendall and his four sons, (Late Alexander's Hotel.) 18S-IToo longest barcknucklo battle in which John Jarvis and O. J. Montin America was in 4 hours nd 20 min- gomery wore killed. Rates S2.50 Per Day. Col. Joseph Nunez, who has taken utes, by Fitzpatrick and O'Neal, in tho stump for every republican presiden- Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-HousMiko Madden and Bill Hayes I860. tial candidate since 1S5G, Is out in n card fought 0 hours and 3 minutes in Eng- saying that be cannot support Harrison land, in 1S45, and Jamea Kelly and for tho, reason that he has changed his W. R. LOGAN, A. W. Tones, J. J, Sullivan, j Smith fought 6 hours and 15 min- mind as to his honesty and republicanManager. J. Marshall, clerks. J. ism. utes in Australia, in 1855. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli, Centre College Academy, Home Boarding and Training Department post-offic- r STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. is. I KY.-- Sixty-eight- h H . PENNY. EHIDRUGGIST AND JEWELER 1 A. R. Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. wmMw ToiletArticles Glass, Books, & w&tches, cx.ocb:s - jmazETjarsr -- d Infants Children. r I. - Nun-nelle- - n rn a- - i r 3 OP O a C4 2 13-1- 0, n - P FT - -r m" - sr 5 Wi Broil-hea- eyo-soc- THEY MUST (BCD Na-bot- h, SUITS, Louisville, Ky. k W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. THE WILLARD. e, Jon-atha- n rm Li .vwtf-t .yv ".-- 3J- - xi LfeJU1. --- II r ii it i ': v democrats nt Carlisle. D Eighteen prisoners escaped from tho Chattanooga, Tenn., jail. Among them wero three condomued murderers. Nancy Hanks went n milo in 2:07 tho McKinley bill, which is proying W. P. boon to tho country, in his esti- lint on n regulation track at St. Faul, such a from her mation, reciprocity, .which is working Wednesday, thus clipping wonders, and tho National currency. word beating record of a weok or two The letter closes as follows: "The three ago. Doll Jiulab, a touch character, killed issues which I have given nre the issues , Richard Wright, near If Mr. Harrison, in his Ioiir delayed upon which I would arraign tho demo his party. I would not multiply is- Bloomiugton, Ind. The eldeot daughnomina- cratic m letter accepting the republican tion for president, which he moved sues nor be diverted by our opponents ter of tho murdered man pursued the Heaven and earth to Becure, had simply from a steadfast adherenco to and con- murderer and killed him with an ax. Misses Gertie and Mnttio Harris, said, "I accept," he 'would have led some stant presentation of these questions bewho claimed to bo from Louisville, were peoplo to believe that ho w.is a states fore the people, until every voter is made man and not the miserable, petty parti to know and understand there true and arrested iu tho Olympic Club, at New No reference Orleans, where they had gotten by don san that each ono of the S.000 uords that weighty significance." proves him still further to be. whatever is made to Mr. Harrison and ning male attiro and putting- up their he used, The lettei is simply the special plead- the force bill is let severely alone. The good monov. former ings of a pettifogger, without a redeem- letter is not in tho be LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. week- ing feature akin to statesmanship. It is dashing and audacious style, but is comUnion services will be held Sunday nothing more nor less than a cunningly mon place and perfunctory, showing made vote trap, set so as to catch 'em a that his heart was not in its composi- nigiit at the Methodist church. On tho 17th Judgo Morrow will hold coming and a'gwine. Ho pulls the wool tion. Mr. Blaine is smart enough, in W U 17 YJ O overthe eyes of the farmers, tries to fool fact ho is the smartest republican in the aspecial term of tho Garrard circuit the laboring men with platitudes about United States, to 8C3 that the advocacy court for the trial of equity cases. We The condition of Mr. Geo. 11. Bradprotection, which at least does not pro- of tho force bill won't do, but tho record we silver men, proves of tho republican party is written on ley remains unchanged. He is attended to to tect them, tickles the liar and so on ad that odious measure and tho demo- by Drs. Stucky, of Louisville, and himself n of Crab Orchard. t nauseam. Fearing the ollects of an ad- crats will not permit them to shirk it. vocacy of the force bill, ho touches the Tho force bill is and will remnin a big Clay Gill was fined $100 before Judge Ilobinboti, Wednesday, for killing matter rather gincerly and hopes that issue in this campaign. the States may bo able to regulate the a horse belonging to Myers' livery stable. Col M. How have tho mighty fallen euffrago question eb as to insure each He didn't have much cash and went to Lewis Clark, w ho used to go to Church-hi- ll tho man a free vote fairly counted. His Goods, was arrested Downs in his tally-himpractical "non partisan commission" Garrard College opened Tuesday we to for participating in the Gat field course with an unusually largo to deal with tho question is again aired number of pube and he promises to ugain urge Congress races at Chicago and hustled of! to jail pils. Prof. Gordon has an excellont for the uppointment of one. in a patrol wagon. The handsome colonel corps of teacnoraanu the prospect for a to provido The paper is full of abuse of the demo- protested and offered to pay for a car- successful term is very flattering. A negro, Charley Owens, got drunk cratic party, whose return to power riage himself, but it was no go. Gov. would wreck the financial interests of Brown ought to call out his militia and Tuesday and whipped his wife. When thecountiy. Tho letter is not calculated send them to Chicago to protect the Policeman Jim Hamilton went after him T A. indignity. to raise tho respect of thoughtful people Kentuckian from such for the man who holds the highest office Mn. Donald Paijman, for more than resisting the officer. Hamilton came to in their gift. 20 years connected with tho Courier-Journa- ton n and got his revolver and hustled on which he served in every Charles to jail unceremoniously. Jonx L. Sullivan, the burly and brutTho question as to who shall teach ish Bostonian, is no longer tho heavy capacity to managing editor, haa resign c Fiftsen Acres of Orass I. a ml situated on do editorial work the public school the coming session has weight champion of tho world. Jim ed to go to St. Louis to pike opposite Ir bteclc llalley Alwafc"! on In parting with finally been settled by tho superintend- 1'iaixi, hidcbourd and Carriage M Cull Mil. Ior K. Corbett, the California wonder, took his oruthe MKS J. THKtakes occasion to pay him ent of public instruction, who decided him the C.-Stanford. Ky laurels from him at tho Olympia Club, highly deserved compliments, and adds in favor of Miss Doyio Harris. The New Orleaus, Wednesday night, and school will open next Monday. Wo un bent him to grass ou 21st round. He that his reasons for leaving are extrane FTTBIijCC derstand that Miss Eliza Lusk will begin was knocked down three times in that ous from his journalistic connections. another school in tho county. round, the last time being unable to get The eherifls posse went aftor Frank The airogance of some labor organizapp, while the blood poured from his : VALUABLE : HOTEL tions amounts almost to tyranny. For Turner again, Tuesday, but learned that A mouth and nose. Corbett came out instance, the printers on the ChattanooPROI'ERTS While looking he had left the county. without a scratch and was showered ga Times have struck because ono of the for As agents and attorney of the iiiwr,r will Turner they ran across Jack Chatter-woowith bouquets and embraced by his Ky , m For the Fall season ami all the new things. proprietors of tho paper has taken the a desperate negro who had escap- betorc the court haute uuir in Stanford, friends amid the wildest enthusiasm. of pressman and is not a union ed from tho position some time since. Dlonclay, xatli, 1892, Sully was raised to a chair by his secman. Could anything be mora absurd He drew a large revolver and was shot thehosirs of u a. rn.,and a p m, offer at onds, where he pat the picture of dethan this attemptof labor to dictate iu byonoofthn posse. The ball etruck public auction tu inn iiljht.t bidder the Hou-spair and disappointment. Corbett, the such matters? CARPENTER UOU&E. property known him near tho hip and it is said will not situated adjacent attothe the railroad depot In Mid winnen gets $43,000 and tho world's location iiexcidlent (or Hotel hutineM town Toe primaries in the 11th district prove fatal. It is said by those in a po- and the The Home now tecritma liberal patronage championship. The daily papers have New Ginghams, Pcnangs, Prints, &c. not settle the question as to sition to know, that Frank Turner lias and doe a profitable business.and without been filled with the disgusting details of Tuesday did be absolute The sale cash aud the remainder In three the congressional nomination, but Colson skipped out to stay. Oqo thing is cer- and (or de the brutal business for a month-amannual payment, with tain, that if he comes back to Garrard equal uav o( tale, Possession six per cent, interest The largest and handsomest line of I Iamburgs. Tcrchoi. and Linen will he given on the from cent people generally nre glad that they developed great strength. Wilson is he will be landed behind the bars. second Monday in October. Other minor terras Edging we have ever shown. wily and is hard to down in such a will now get a rest from that kind of Itle perfect. Mr. Gordon Grainger and wife are made known on day of sale. 1 of Lincoln couatr. the county scat Stanford contest, so do not give him out. rot. loutsviue ami Ijo mica visiting his aunt, Mrs. M. II. Owsley. it 103 miles Irom direct railroad connection to iiimh A Large stock of Emerson's Men's Shoes, acknowledged the best. both Cincinnati, with Mr. Haiikisok hnving, as Brer. Fox, Vermont Miss Annio Itoyston has returned from ami alto to the South It ha an excellent system The republican plurality in lights and a populaof the Danville Democrat, would Bay in was reduced in the State election Tues- Lebanon. Mr. Howard Marrs, of Lou- ot water works and ulittric tion of 2,500 and it population, wealth and busivery bad Latin, performed tho feat that day from 22.S93 in 1SS3 to 15,547. Tho isville, was in town Wednesday. Mies ness are increasing. It is in .Southern p.trt of tho of turnpikes It Horace attributed to the mountain and democrats increased their pluralities in Ix)ttio Borders has returned from Lex- unsurpasvd rRln nnd its system or county In the by any other town presented it to a defenseless people, he Arkansas and of course elected their en- ington. Mrs. W. J. Lundram left Wed- state. I ne population isprotperous aim piuKie- kite and patrunues hotels liberally. can now turn his massive mind to great- tire State ticket. M.C SAl'lbM, nesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. W. G. W II. MILLER 5J.td er matters. A Montreal audience hissed Dunlap, at Camp Nelson. Mr. Jno. C. THE GENERAL ASSEM3Y. the actor impersonating the American Thompson and family have returned Admiral, and tearing the stars and Miss Alice s from a visit to Hustonville. The House voted, 72 to 1, to stripes from his hands dragged it through pone the assessment for State Henderson, of Richmond, was in town to the streets. If that isn't casus belli what Nov. 15. Tho Senate has had no Tuesday. Mr. Joseph Severance, Jr., of is it? An ultimatum is in order and Stanford, visited Mr. Graham Frank on s rum this week and legislative o t4- - IR IQ(iO ' war to the knife nnd the knife to the is at an absolute stand-still- . Monday. Miss Ida Grant has returned to a decreoof the Lincoln Circuit hilt unless the Canadian government from a pleasant trip to Niagara Falls. And pursuant Stock It K Gentry.de Pnnri ihr tine NEWSY NOTES. apologizes and pays for the flag. Mrs. Clemenson and Coleman Leo spent A man has offered $120,000 for the a few days in Lexington this week. Chas. Stanford, is well watered,! plendiilly IrnciM aim Some hoodlums broke up Sam Small's Frisbie leaveB next week for Danville, prohibition meeting at Hazelton, Ind., peanut privilege at the World's Fair. where he will enter college. Bov. Tercy 305 Three negroes were lynched near and after he went to his room some one Presreldence. tarn Of fine fired at him through the window and Paris, Texas, as a result of a row in and Mr. W. H. Wherritt attended Call and secure Bargains. now in bytery at Harrodsburg this week. Squire and stahlt thrreon Most of the larm is for Hale put a small ball into the fleshy part of which one white man was killed. lllue Grass This farm will first be offered is in Middleshoro on three separate tracts and then as a whole, and The new Ekstein Norton Universi W. H. Kinnuird his leg. He was not hurt much, and was POST-OFFIC- E or that bid accepted which amounts to able to get off on the first train, but the ty, at Cane Springs, 29 miles from Louis- bueiness. the root, and will be sold on cicdits of 6, ixand i! months animus of the matter is deplorable. Sam ville, will be dedicated next Sunday. Possession for seeding purposes will he Elver HT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. en and alter day of sale and full possession Janua- A. C. SINE At Diddle, Scott county, tho little may be a little too flip with his mouth, J. N.MKNKKEI ry ' ,893 Mrs. J. W. Kesbitt begins her school For further Information address at Manforil or but this is a free country and a man is daughter of S. B. White fell into a tub K R VJ II OKNTRV Monday. She expects a fujl attend- call on not forced to listen to another unless he of hot water nnd was scalded to death. Hill ,V McRoberu, p. o.. F. M. Swope, a wealthy and promi- ance. wants to. The citizens of the town owe Fontaine Fox Bobbin's argument in it to themselves to bring the cowards to nent business man of Seymour, Ind., justice. the Kate Carpenter case was flowery aud dropped dead while acting as "brought down the plastering." Strikes are expensive luxuries The According to United States statistics, The case against Damerel for murtreasurer of Pennsylvania has already farm land in New Jersey is rated at an der of John D. W. Mulling at the Augpaid out 160,000 on account of the average of $05 per acre, the highest of ust election, 1S91, is being tried Lincoln Circuit (ourt. Homestead strike for tho maintenance of any State in the union. Thursday. IZmily II. Jones, Ac, PlaintilTs, ) Oflicc the military and this is only a part of A California judge decided that the Sale In I.quity Tho ice cream supper given by the ) Joe C. Jones, &c , Defts. the total expense. Tho strikers have day of execution having passed, a conlost a great deal of time, which means demned murderer ia dead in the eyes of ladies was a decided success, and now a Ily virtue of a judgment of tho Lincoln Circuit new fence will be placed around the Court rendered ill theulioc styled case at thoOi.-- , money to them, and the lenders will not the law, though not hanged. tober term, i&ji, I will on church. be hired again under any circumstances. Jack McAulifTo put Billy Myer to A case against our express agent for Sept. 21, 1892,1 The strike was a signal failure and the sleep in tho 15th round at New Orleans. frii . delivering O. O. D. jugs was tried Tues- At n o'clock n. m or thereabout, on tho premises, L .AWr strikers are now asking for the places It was a game fight and Myer's friends iV"M O.TW& I Mb hlftheot bidder the day and dismissed by peremptory in- sell nt public auction to the to they gave up under such tragic circum- are proud of him if he was vanquished. following described property, Tff CviW) wit: structions of the judge. TgfoieT stances a month oi two ago. It ia) estimated that 250,000 Farm of 449 Acres, Tho condition of the wouuded men A Blue-Gras- s and deserters will be present at tho i Hood and ia I'ules, at Brodhead continues to improve. Gen. Field, the third party's candi- National Encampment Is Recoiving His tfte of tho Hanging Fork, about at Washington tho man who was so badly cut , by Situated on olwatent on theMielhy City pile date for refuses to Stanford miles west i 000 brass bands will furnish and that nnd and adjoins the lands of (. A Lac Ley, J oh Kreiger is able to walk around. time with a democratic speaker at McAlisIrr, Wm. Ilurton, Lawion audothtrsund is the music. good tho Lewis II Jones farm tor further descripJudge Morrow in his usual Elizabethtowu, where ho has an apW. II, Loyd, city marshal of Dyere; pleadings aud title tion and mttrs and bounds, spirits and bunny disposition and is luiipra hpriilft are ri'ferrml Inthe pointment Oct. 5. The general seems Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. burg, Tenn., was shot and mortally Said pushing the business of his court right house, farm is well Improved with good dwelling to be losing in his old age the courage outbuildings: lias mi barns and other Wednesday night by tramps, along. Wo have not found any one in abundanco of water for all purport and is suitable that used to distinguish him in the Con wounded whom he tried to arrest. If caught thev for growing hemp, corn, tobacco, wheat and small federate army. this locality, who does nol desire Judgo grains, and is one of tho best farms in the county, will bo lynched. land, in a high state ot culall fertile Morrow's tivation nnd Is a No i Stock farm. The Cincinnati Enquirer panders to The Ashers and the Hills, of Clay began Monday mornsusceptible of division into two Circuit court baid Farm the tastes of its patrons. Tuesday it county, between whom bad blood had ing. Judge Morrow and Prosecuting tracts, ono 350isAcres and tho other of about aoo Acres, each tract lrontinc ou the turnpike road boiled a letter of acceptance existed for sometime, clashed in deadly Attorney Herndon were promptly on Said Farm ws II first be offered in two parcels as above and then us a whole tract, and the offer realof President Harrison to one column conflict Saturday. Ono man wai killed hand and started the machinery to mov- ising the most money will be declared. " and devoted two pages to tho prospectnnd several wounded. on a credit of 6, u and 18 Aaidnalc will ing. A numbgr of cases wore disposed months, In eiualbo made Installments. Ilonds required of ive prize fight. The paper evidently Tho wifo and child of W. L. Barclay of the purchaners, bearing 6 per cent. Interest from Perfectly rafc, economical, no smoke, no ashes, no soot; cook in hall and business is progressing rapidly. day of sale until paid, with irood personal security knows what its class of readers wants the trotting horse man nt Lexington, E. C. Walton, the eilicient nnd po- and having the force and effect of a judgment; a the time. The housekeepers task made easy. If you were bo badly burned by the explosion and gives it to 'em red hot. lien also retained on tho land till all the purchase lite business manager, was her6 Mon- money is paid, wish to of a gasoline stove that the child died of the made day and Tuesday. J. W. Alcorn, H. 0. Saicfsale will l heirs for a divisiondeed, proDaniel Dougherty, of Philadelphia, and tho mother cannot recover. of L R. Jones, ceeds among the O M. DAVISON, Warren, George Davison, M". C. Saufley jtbe man who presented tho name of The negro Dixon knocked the white Master Cora'r Lincoln Circuit Court. "Hancock to the National Democratic Skelley silly in tho Sth round at the and J. S. Owsley, Jr., wero attending For Information call on or address J, D., E. II. O. Eyersol, of or J. C. Jones, Stanford, Ky. Convention in 18S0 and that of Cleve- Olympic Club, New Orleans, Tuesday court here. Hon. II. Buy her a Gasoline Stove at Farm M. nt P S. At the tale of the above Crops wo will sell and Kn rulpublic auction all the Stock, land in 1884 and 188S, is dead. He was nigiit. The fight was for $7,500 and tho London, was here Wednesday. W. I. b. JONKS, a fine lawyer and a most noted orator featherweight fe H.JONES, championship of tho Weber was in Louisville tho lirat of the ing Utensils on tho Farm. world. and humorist. week to see his son, II. 0. Weber. J C.JONES. 51 6. Blaine will not tnko part in the presidential canvass, as reported, for r asons which he does not state, but ho submitting his views his written a Stanford, Ky., Seitemher 9. 1R!2 oa tho issues,letter ho regards a parawhich mount in the campaign. They nro these, Semi-Weekly InteriorJoimal ' James Congressman Thomas II. was renominated by Tavnter the Ninth district JlSL. WmS JJL IR, WALTON, jOFr IjO-A-I- SIX : PAGES. father-in-law- Clothing ,Sl)oes&DryGoods CjzJitsb arrivedFrom the Fast and will opened and placed on sale this - FOR THE LOUISVILLE STORE tin-plat- e Mcll-vain- e, dkV JL ill. AUWJWVyjllJf?0 o MJJVZ Xfl 0 can show yon the biggest assortment in our departments ever brought Stanford. Having bought these goods for cash, were enabled buy them at prices that will ! work-hous- e. o, goods and prices, as Our prices will always If you want anything in Clothing, don't allow the lowest. anybody Shoes or Dry examine our undersell us in any line. WATCH OUR NEXT WEEK'S ADVERTISEMENT. fai'b Street, Stanford. Kll. IfAYS, Jlanager. l, POR SjJDIE. I In-vUl- WE HAVE RECEIVED -- Post-Dispatc- t, J. SALE j d, First Shipment' Dress Goods work-hous- e Sept. l COME ANB SEE: OTlVllISBANoill! & BONo 111 one-four- th i ) Illiic-Gra- ss I ' post-taxe- Pine Stock Farm For Sale. "' W.E.M0BERT2, DRUGGIST quo-busine- ss 4....4.. u,,oululu iSsHSESSr Drugs, Contains about tho-hula laVVPRE&zaLwEs IXrwrSfKK BEAR OF Acres Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. ROOM. 111 SINE & MENEFEE, Proprietors of The and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. H.6.4RUPLEY,-6- I pall-bear- er. Commissioner's Sale ubb. nLBB,riii. 'STANFORD LUMBER 'vs. YARD, to-da- , Wednesday, I 1! ifMhtnr&rtirf rvvtrvv wv ! .. Lo-ma- n, vice-preside- di-vi- Illue-Gra- it five-colum- n GASOLINE COOK : STOVE long-dreade- d Keep a Smile on Your Wife's Pace, B. Z. & W. H. WEAREN'S. . A . . ..!..-y,,fcV,- ..t . -- i.ijWlf k J&ttJtoukfiml, ?, V Judbu 4yj .? i. ;, y-- f -- .. Oife' .,faif .l. .'i ,t . - oemi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Ky , StClTKMllKK FISHING. A youth bealds the water nits, Tho noonday sun Is warmly booming; Ilia tioao nnd nock arq turkey red, Ills eye with radiant hopo Is Rlenmlng Ho watches closo tho bobbing cork Aavauco upon the tiny billows: Jerk, s swish, nntl high above He lands a sucker In thoVlllows. " BtANFOKD, 9 16U2 ery? llut I remembered nothing of tlio hind, nnd also felt 110 pain; nevcrthe less hero I lay stripped and helpless, on this terrible tnblc, gagged and bound, which indicated something extraordinary. it. c. WAbTON.uutt. rvtunnuwr rr I XV I (can. v 1 I j fi ar3ts.a na . Jiii r Xt;rrT) ', rtT 4 t WasW v -- rv & ttem--i Havlnu itmovad my ltarl.tr Snop nrrclal Hot!, I am 10 Iht T . Core Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, ihejr tniy In inyihmK with lit my lint. wined on. l!all "a ni. Cbll-tli- o That's Hulling A fair maid trips tho tennis court, A dozen eyes admire her golcg; Her blazer burns A nolo rifiht through tho minuet's glowing She drives tho ball across tho net. And Into hearts consumed with wishing Sho drives a dart from Cupid's low; Sho'll land a sucker, too Sho's fishing That's ilshlng. My little wife beside me stands And steals dimpled arm around mo; A kles upon my lips that's bait Borne Information to astound mo. Her bonnet is qutto out of style, Her summer wrap quite past the using! That lovely one no cheap at Urowu'tt Is just the one ftbo would bo choosing. That's fishing. So, whether the game bo fish or men, Tho bait bo klBsea, worms or blushes The place at homo, by sunny pool, Or tennis ground at evening's hushes TU the old game the serpent plajcd With Mothor Kvo In Kdcn's bowers, And Adam s sons and daughters all "Will love the sport to tlmo's last hours. That's fishing. American Angler. j , , I JESSK THOMPSON, In Commrr'lai llntrl THE DOCTOKS' TEST. An Exporimcnt Showing tho Power of Imufflnntlon. I Although I hntl known George Mar- ' t hud once sunk so low as burglury. With-ou- t hero relate tho further remark chief cpinodo out of tho rcmarkablo career of this strange man; "Yes," said he, "I had a hard tlmo of It in those days, and tlnnlly becntno a hen Kobcrt bchmiedlcin burglar. proiwbed to me that wo should break City Into tho Botnowhat retired house of two doctors. Dr. Englcr nnd Dr. Laugncr, I thoughtlessly agreed. .Both doctors & were well known on account of their JUNCTION CITY, KY. scientific researches, and one of them tU Juu Teul uw Marblr and Rroultr llinrv- and am (nil y prrpired to fill ..idirt for all especially for his eccentric manner. I lut t Wlir o I MarblH unci (frantic ork m "Well, the night fixed for tho carryewjiUiy VIUJf..rk. rr. from the Kat. My freight (alltleacan not ! ccllrt mil I will not b tin. ing out of our design nrriyed, nnd wo j()K S WltK.il T. went to work with the greatest confiittrtM. l dence, for all the circumstances were favorable for a burglary. It was pitch dark, neither moon nor stars visible, POSTED. and in addition a strong west wind was I1h ntHltn fMewarnt hunter, fnhfr.n.-,- , ant) blowing, which was cry welcome to us, (trutV4l ud tlr lauda Illi'Vul pit as it promised to drowu every souud, wn, at an un will he pttc.iil(it to the lull howerer slight. ilpntof the l mt aiirntu: C. M.hl'DOAMOiiKK "It was townrd two In the morning J K tUtt'CK. K began by as we, assuming all was I HUM AS C. HALL filing through a chnin which fastened a SIKKLt 1IAII.KV A..M. I'KLAND. ladder to tho wall. Tho bidder wo II. W GAIN Kb. placed under a window in tho first JAMKSOIVI.S'S. I. S I'M 1.1. IPs. story on tho left sido of the house. ANIOV KKNACKKK In less than five- minutes we had opened CI.AKK KhYNOLDd. l LACKUWITZ. the window, and, hearing nothing, T l NKU'LANI) Schmlcdlcln climbed through it and I w W HAYs. (1. C. I.VOX followed him. After carefully reclos-in- g KKl.li ItAL'MANN tho venetlnns wc ventured to light a lantern, and then discovered that wo ...TAKKTIIK, were in a kind of ltimbor room, tho door of which was locked "After picking tho lock, wo determined first to explore the rooms on the ground floor, thinking wo should thus run less risk of waking tho inhabitants C)ii2?iyiitt HiwAibiChicjuot;" of tho house. "To our no little astonishment we perceived, as wo crept downstnirs, a light shining under the door of one of i.ini. ru tho rooms at tho back of the building. "At first we were both for beating a hasty retreat. Schmicdleln boon recovered himself, and proposed that wo .And should force our way Into the room, A 1.1. bind nnd gng every occupuut, and then HOINIS obtain by threats all desirablo information. ...And., "I agreeing, wc approached tho door. While carefully throwing tho light round, I noticed, about suven feet from tho lloor, a who which appeared to Knsl ami fcat ' MiWilml HHffet Mtcpinj Can pass through the door wc were apawl I'artttrCatt on all train. No change of cur 4. Wt.t ao:i;um.Hl.iti ni, iiu ck proaching, and, on pointing it out to my companion, he thought it would bo convai time and loc,t ratri. Par InfarnKttuJB adtlrtti nected with some boll. IAS. flAKKr.R.O l. A Cukaio "I replied In a whisper that wo b l. A.. UaiM.lh. V.O CRUSH, should try and avoitl an alarm by cutting tho wire, ami ns I could just reach it witli my hands I would hold it firm ....If YOU ARE OOiriO .. while, Schmledlcin cut it between my hands and thus prevent it jerking back and ringing tho bell. IKK "Sotting the lantern on tho floor, I seized tho wire, while Schmicdleln drew a pnlr of pincers out of his pocket itut the moment touched it I felt a frightful shock, which quivered through and through me, so that I fell all of a heap, tearing the wire down I Louisvuic a Nashvilic n. R. remember hearing tho with mo. loud ringing of a bell, while Schmicdleln whom, moreover, I have uever lathe line for ou, ai ita seen since disappeared like lightning TraiiiH Into tho darkness und escaped, very alee cloe cumiectlona at likely by tho way wo had como. "On falling down I struck my hend LOUISVILLE And OINOINNAT; violently against tho opposite wall and Kor all point. rilKOUKII TM'KKTS SIJI.1). became unconscious, tvhilo the elcctrio IIACUAOR CHKCiCUl) I'HKOUOII bell at that tlmo a novelty rang unceasingly. Far any information niiilreof "Regaining my benscs I found myself JOES. KICK, Acrut, ,,, Ky bound and helpless, which, after all, W. W Pi:.NN. Tru,. P.,.. did not surprise me, as I had concluded Junction City, K I had been caught where I had fell. It soon struck me, however, that thero was somo peculiar circumstance con nected with ray captivity "I was nearly undressed and lay on ' a cold slab of slnto which was about Schedule July t7f .g, tho height of a tablo from tho ground, and only a piece of linen protected my LEAVE NOKTON DAILY body from Immediate contact with tho j.oupmforfiraham lltueidd, Poc.thoutas and stono. Straight over mo hung a largo intcrmediaie stations ,0'0?1?,n,0.,:,luefiIdI Rfltord, KoauoU-- . ami lamp, whoso polished rollcctor spread a Lynchburg, Klchmotid and Norfolk. AUofv a light far around, nnd when I, ns far as Kn0pj;)T HarrU possible, looked round I perceived York. .., ... "it,' Sjsipui n anu . I Pu limn .n several shelves with bottles, flasks nnd chomlcal preparations of all kinds upon, al,o Raj ' mJ Shcnnll0?n lord to Waahingtonj alio from Junction. to Rich thorn. In ono cornor of tho room stood Lynchburg and various Tralnt (or Pocahontas. I'nwtlfll.n phu film I a complete human skeleton, dH.I ,, , ... . 7 .. win leave niueiieiu aany at 9 0$ a m, 3 ij p m and odds and ends of human bodies hung and thoro upon tho walls. I then Trains arrive at Notto. (ram thn v,,.t .l.n.. here I 7 knew was lying on tho operation or I 30 p rn and 6 a c p Chs'lsuooija Limited, a train dissecting table of a doctor, a disr u i,ihlnal" Coteheiatid .leeplng cnr. daily covery which naturally troubled me via hhenandoah Valley routf, atoppiiiKrunt only at B:u,c Roanoke aniTKadlord. greatly; at tho samo time I perceived V,'.,L.!',,e"nn.Jo"ht North Biuntl LimltfHl leaves ftadfonl 11 6p m. that my mouth also was firmly gagged. for further Information as to achodulea. "What did it all mean? Had some Vc. apply to agents of Norfolk .t Weitrrn rate.. Rail wJortq w IUDKVILL, accident befallen me, 60 that a surgical Gn. Paiicnger Agt., Uoanoke, Va. operation was necessary for my recov 1 1 I 1 tin a long time, ho lind only lately Inlti of his life. ated mo Into thu mybU-rieI knew well that ho hud been guilty of many kinds of excesses nnd Indlscro-- I tiotiH in his youth, iieverthele.sH I wus not a littls astonished to hear that ho Junction Marble Granite Works - hfnt 1 - THE WORLD'S FAIR wmiiSt NOETH"WSST, 1 Double Daily 1 a6' NWHorfolliiesternH.0. J "''". r. , 111 -- i "... I ' I effort to free myself. Unit I "vas not alono in tho room, for I heard the rustling of paper, and then some one said, in quiet measured tones: " 'Yes, Lnngner, I am qulto convinced that this mnn is particularly suited for the carrying out of my highly Important experiment. Iiow long havo I been wishing to make tho attempt at I shall be able to pnulucc last, the proof of my theory.' 'Tllftt t,nftlfl tmlnfwt K, n lurrll trl. umph of human skill,' I heard n second voice reply; 'but consider, donr doctor, If that man there wero to expire under our hands whr.t then?' " 'Impossible!' wns the quick reply. 'It Is bound to succoed. and even if it did not, he will die a glorious death in the interests of science: whilst, if wo wero to let him go, ho would sooner or later fall into the hands of tho hangman.' "I could not even see the two men, ' yet thoir conversation was doubtless about me; nnd. hearing It, I shuddered from head to font. TIk'.V wero proposing some dangerous operation on me, not for my benefit, but in tho interests of medical science! they won't "At any nit I thu-rht- , undertake such a llii. g without my sanction; mil what, after all. wns their intention? It must be something terrible, for they hud alrendv mentioned tho possibility of my succumbing. I should soon know the fearful tiuth. for, after a short pause, they continued: " Mt has long been acknowledged that the true source of life lies in tho blood. What I wish ti prove, dear Langncr. Is this Nolnxly need die from pure loss of blood, ami yet such cases occur only too often, whilst we must all the time bo In pons anion of means to renew this highly important sap of life, and thus avoid a fatal result. We read of n few, but only n few, cases of or other lum a man who for some lost so much blood tlr.it his death apd peared inevitable. If some other man hud not oliered his own blood, in ordc to lot it flow from his veins into tho veins of the flying man. As you are aware, tin, proceeding has always had the denized cfloet, I consider It, however, u great mlstalto to of neoe.smtry deprive a follow-bvin- g blood, for tho one thereby, only gains life nnd strength at thc'Eost of another, who oiTors himself for an alwuys dangerous sacrifice.' "'Yes I do not think that right 'And, cither,' replied Dr Langncr. moreover, how seldom i a man found at the critical moment iciuly to submit himself at once to muoIi a daugi rous loss of blood. " 'That is very nntural; no one lightly undertakes such a thing,' continued the other 'So much greater will bo our triumph if the operation succeeds. I hopo to show you, dear colleague, thut although wo arc thinking of taking that man's blood, evon to tho last drop, in a few hours we shall set him 011 his feet again.' "'Just so! I do not see why wo should not succeed. At any rate, In tho Interests of scionco we should prove in a practical mauuer tho correctness of our theory.' " 'And this proof, dear friend, we will undertake without delay. Lot mo just repeat my instructions, for wo cannot go to work too curuf ully to preborvo tho life of th.s man. I will open a vein in his thigh and measure exactly tho quantity of blood whL-i- flows out, ut the same tune watching the beating of tho heart. Under ordinary circumstances nothing could possibly save him; but just before tno extinction of tho lust spark of life wo will Insert the warm blood of a living rabbit into his veins, ns wo havo already arronged. If my theory Is right tho pulsation of the heart will then gradually increase In strength ami rapidity At tho same time it is important to protect his limbs from cold and stiff ucss. which will naturally take place with tho loss of till arterial blood.' "The conversation of tho two doctors overwhelmed mo with deadly terror. 1 could scarcely lclleve I was really awake, and notthe victim of bome cruel nightmare. "The fact remained, however, that lay helpless on tho dissecting table, that a threatening skeleton stood In the cor tier of the room, Und, above all, that terrible conversation which I had to listen to in silenco filled mo with a fear such as hud never before experienced. Involuntarily tho thought forced itself upon nic Unit I was nt tho mercy of two Infatuated doctors, to whoso mad theory I should hero fall the victim. "I said to myself that no doctor with a sound mind would propose such a frightful nnd murderous experiment upon a living man. "The two doctors now approached tho dissecting tablo and lookedk calmly Into my face; thoq, smiling, tqqic 08 their coats and tucked up their sleeves. I struggled to get free, as only n man uudor such extraordinary circumstances could havo struggled. In experience vain. Their know how to render me completely helpless, and. to their satisfaction, could not oven make a sound. "Dr. Eii'.'lcr now turned to a and I saw him open a chest of surgical Instruments and take out a lancet, with which he returned to me. Ho at onco removed the covcriugfrora my right thigh, nntl although I lay bound to tho tablo In such n way that I could not sco my limbs, I was able to watch tho doctor busied with his prepto-nigI rci-.so- u not a little that there should 1ms such an operation room in such a house, until I remembered that Dr. Langncr, as the district physlclan, had to carry out the torn examinations for the circuit, and that in tho small provlnclnl town no other room wns available 'for such a purpose. felt too misernble, how ever, to think anything more about it. Hut I soon noticed, after another vain me -' post-mor- -' 1 "It astonished tion that ho had opened the principal vein of the thigh would havo sufficed to shake tho strongest norves. ' 'There Is no danger, said Dr. Englcr, looking Into my staring, protruding eyes with terrible calmness. 'You will not die, my good mnn. I have only opened an artery in your thigh, nnd you will experience all tho sensations of bleeding to death. You will get weaker and weaker, and finally, per- -' haps, loso all consciousness, but wo shnll not let you die. No. no! You must live and nstonish tho scientific world through my great discovery!' "I naturally could say nothing in reply, nnd no words can adequately express what I felt at that moment. I could, In ono breath, have wept, implored, cursed and raved. "Meanwhile I foit my life's blood flowing, nnd could hoar It drop Into a vessel standing under tho end of tho table. Every moment the doctor laid his hand on my heart, at tho same time making remarks which only increased my horror. "After he had put his hand on mo for at least tho twentieth time, and felt tho beating of tho heart, he suid to his SIDNEY DILLON'S LIFE. Inoldonts , 1 ABERDEEN POLLED CATTLE. A In tho Oaroor of tho Noted Flnnnolor. a Poor and Prtendleai Careful Summing Up nf the Aberdeen-ui: 11 h (Inciil Qualities. Starting Hoy, I In I.lfo as nnd Moat Powerful Men In the Country. . lie llecaino One of tho ltlcheat The career of Sidney Dillon, of New York, who died a short time ago, affords ono of tho most notable examples in American history of tho possibilities which await men of talent, industry ' , ' ' J ; I I " 'Are you ready with your prepara- tlons, Langner? He has now lost an ' enormous quantity of blood, nnd the pulsation ia getting weaker and weak- er. Sec, ho Is already losing conscious- ncss,' nnd with these words ho took tho gag out of my mouth. SID.VRY DII.I.o:i. "A feeling of dendly weakness, aa voll as of infinite misery, lnld hold of .Mr. Dillon went into and ambition. me when the physician uttered these business for himself at the age of seven ' words, and on inj' attempting to speak, as water carrier for the laborers on an I found that scarcely a whispering extension of the Mohawk it Hudson Shadowy road at the not exorbitant salary of ono murmur passed my lips phantoms and strange colors flitted be- dollar per week. He came of a family fore my eyes, and believed myself to whose circumstances necessitated the be already in r. stato past all human pra-tiof thrift and economy, and as aid. Ills board and lodging were in audition "What happened the next few min- to his salary ho managed to save the utes 1 do not know, for I had fainted. greater portion of liis income, aid In When I reopened my eyes, I noticed I a short time ho had enough to purchase no longer hi' on tho dissecting table, a horse atul cart, with which he went r in a but was sitting in an into the currying business on a much comfortable room, near which stood the larger stale. Then he bethought himtwo doctors looking ut me. self of taking contracts to carry Kind "Near mo was a llask of wine, sev end water on a larger scale for tho cor- eral smelling salts, a few basins of cold nnflri, nrlil,1i tinlinrl TM"vln)7v .......... DjunKun ...! K.w"iu """"""". '""c'i Buiiiu was now - bright daylight, as a day laborer, battery. It Having successfully carried out his aud the two doctors smiled as they contracts and finding himself the looked at mo. of a few hundred dollars, he " lien I remembered the terrible hir jtl a number of horses and carts and experiment I shuddered with horror, undertook heavier tasks, all of which, nnd tried to rise. I felt too weak, howby indomitable energy, he completed ever, ami sank back helpless into the to tlie satisfaction of his employers and chair. Then tho circuit physician, in a t ) hi ow a pecuniar- - benefit friendly but firm voice, addressed mo: Forty-eigh- t years ago he determined "'Compose yourself, young man. You tauir-yanil on a visit to Amliorst, imagined you were slowly bleeding to Mass., he met a young nnd brilliant death; nevertheless, bo assured that you woman, a member of one of the vilhave not lost a siaglo drop of blood, lage's most respected families. To his You have undergone no operation wife Mr. Dillon owed a great part of Ida whatever, but have simply been the j sueccss. She did not come to him with victim of your own imagination. Wo j any largo dowry, but brought him a knew very well you heard every word of wife's love and encouragement. our conversation, a conversation which Their relations throughout their was only intended to deceive you as wedded life were of the most beautiful much ns possible. What I maintained character, and the heaviest losa which was that a man's body will always com- Mr. Dillon ever sustained wan in Decempletely lie under the influence of what ber, 18U3, when ho buried her who had ho himself firmly believes, while my been his lifo's best companion and colleague, on the other hand, held the friend. opinion that the body can never bo When quite a young man Mr. Dillon hurt by anything which only exists In came to New York city. He Btlll devothe imagination. This has long been an ted his attention to carrying out railopen question between us, which, nftcr road contracts. It can safely be said your capture, we at onco determined to that few men in tho country have undecide. So we surrounded you with dertaken larger contracts. It was he objects of a nature to influence your who built tho Fourth avenue improveImugiuntion, aided further by our con- ment tunnel from the Grand Central versation; and, flnnlly, your conviction dep-- .t to Harlem, New York city. This that we would really carry out the cnterpriso was completed at n cost of operation of which you hoard us speak f7,000,000. completed tho deception. W hen the Union Pacific railroad was "'You havo now the satisfaction of contemplated, thirty years ago, ho gave knowing that you are as afo and as the greater part of his time to tho persound tu ever you were. At tho same time sonal superintendence of the work. Ho wo assure you that you really showed went on to Omaha and waa continually all tho symptoms of a man bleeding to traveling between that city and Ojdcu. dentil, a proof that tho body can someAt U10 small village of Promontory, times buffer from the most absurd un- seventy-fiv- e miles west of Ogdcn, Mr. reality that the mind can imagine.' Dillon in 1VJ9 assisted in laying the last doubt at rail of tho road. From its incipiency "Astonishment, joy finding myself neither dad nor dying he has been permanently connected struggled within inc. and then tho rage with the road. When Horace F. Clark of having been subjected to such an died in lb71 Mr.t Dillon was unanimousawful nnd heartless experiment by the ly elected tho executive chief of tho I wns two doctors overcame mo road he was instrumental in building quickly interrupted by Dr. Englcr, nnd held this position for the ensuing however, on trying to give free scope to ten years. Mr. Dillon was, during the my indignation. greater portion of his career, closely " 'Wo had not exactly any right to I'.eutificd with Jay Gould, and when undertake biich tin experiment with the latter obtained his memcrablo vicyou,' ho 6uid: 'but wo thought you tory in the Union Pacific fight, two would pardon us If wc delivered you yerroago, he nt once made Mr. Dillon from certain punishment, instead of the president f tho road. Mr. Dillon's having to undergo a painful trial and a wealth eight years ago was estimated long imprisonment for burglary You at $'5,003,000 and it has increased with are certainly at liberty to complain great rapidity since that date. about lib; but consider, my good fellow, t. A King Killed by if such a step is in your interests? I One of tho most remarkable instances do not think so. On tho other hand, we uro quito willing to make you n in history of death by fright is that of fitting compensnt on for all the agony King Frederick I., of I'russia. ne was actually scared to death by his wife. He you hayo suffered.' "Uuder the clrcumstauces," con- was ono day sleeping in an armchair tinued George Martin, "I considered it when his queen, Louisa, of Mocklen-bcrwho had been hopelessly insane wise to accept their proposal, although I have not to this day forgiven the two for some time, escaped from her keepers and made her way to his private apartmen for so treating 1110. "The doctors kept their promise. ments. As mentioned above, Frederick They made mo a very handsome pres- was dozing when his wife, dressed in a ent, nnd troubled themselves about mo pure white gown, du.shed through tho in other ways, so that since that time I plate glass in tho door and throw het have been a more fortu'iutc, and, I self in n raging delirium upon him. In hopo, n better man Still, I have never breaking the glass she of course cut forgotten tho hour when I lay on tho herself most horribly. Tho king had dissecting table tho unexpected victim not been apprised of the hopelessness of of a terrible experiment in tho inter- j her case, aud was astonh.' -- d beyond est's' 'of science, as Dr Englcr ex- measure at tho appearance of tho worn-nn, clad only in linen and covered with plained." Such was tho strango story of ray blood. His shrieks aroused the whole friend.' Ills death, which recently took palace, but when she had been secured place, released me from tho piomiso of tho king himself was found to bo in a Secrecy, given to him ubout un event raging delirium. From this ho never rewhlclt,he could .never recall, even after covered, but died trying to hide from a lapse of thirty years, without a fecl-Jn- g terrible phantoms. of unabated horror. Strand MagQueer Fact About Oold. azine. A cublo inch of trold is worth, in Thev had: iust dined, and tho :host ; round numbers, ?310; a cublo foot, 7 7 hands around a box of cigars. "I don't S3C2,!)S0, and u cubic yard, fO.797,702, smoke mybelf," ho says, "but you. will this on the baMs of 518 per ounce. At find them good. My man steals moro of tho beginning of tho Christian era thero tbem than any other brand I ever had." was MJ7.000.000 of gold in the world, but at the time of U10 discovery of America tho total of the world's gold Yeast "Those boys have been supply had been reduced to 557,000,000. making game of ray hat" Crimson-bea- k Tho amount of gold now In use is esU- "Indeed! Why don't you shoot niated at being worth $10,000,000,000. arations. it, then?" "Directly after removing the cloth I Army Deaertera. felt a prick in the sido of my leg. and at It is a fact that the longer a man is From tho beginning to tho end of the once felt the warm blood rush forth straitened by circumstances the moro war of the rebellion there were 208,000 and trickle down my leg. The convic likely he is to turn out crooked. desertions from the union armies. , 1 ce arm-chai, assistant: ( ,.l..t .m-i?f- I pos-scss- jr ' noble-hearte- , , , j i Frl-h- Tho Aberdeen Polls possess characteristic Bhapes. The Shorthorn and Hereford nro both good types of what may be regarded us tho pitrallelogramic form, while tho Aberdeen Poll is probably tho meat perfect type of the cylindrical form that Ih in existence Thfa mean a great deal. It implies that there sIikII bo at least fair length of budy. with fine spring of ribs, and the absence of those promi nences und abrupt angles which mar tho utility of some otherwise good specimens of the other breeds Compared with the Shnrthorus they are scarcely so largo, are lower sot. somewhat thicker less Kiinty ami moro smooth, nlthough of cour&e there are individual exceptions. Tho uverago sjH'ctmens of this breod are remarkable for their retention of symmetry of form, even when thoy are being loaded with fat They seldom evinco that disposition to patchiness which mnra the appearance of individuals of 601110 of the other breeds nnd renders tho carcass much less valuable. Tho iiossesslon of this useful property would go far of itself to estublish tho fact that tho Aberdeen Polls aro good stall feeders. Of this wo havo confirmatory evidence in tho prizes they have won on both sides of tho Atlantic at tho leading fat stock showSj Their excellent stall feeding qualities, linked with tho fact that they aro hornless, should be well weighed by tho fanners of this province in those days when the legislature finds it necessary to appoint a commission to investigate tho question of dehorning This breed is distinguished for the production of u good carcass of beef. It is good because generally speaking the dead weight of dressed meat is large in proportion co the live weight, the meat itself is of an excellent traality, by its ready sale in tho leading British tni.ikets. It Usaid to bo or fie ,iced in u greater degree than that of homo breeds. But this is a matter which is to some extent controlled by the feeding, although heredity does influence the character of meat in this respect ns veil as in regard to quantity. The prepotency of tho Aberdeen Poll is well established, nlthough its claims in this veapivt stand no higher thoso of tho Shorthorn, tho Hereford nnd the But this Btrong power of Galloway transmission renders it a potent factor in effecting improvement in common stocks, sinco the qualities that ore thus imparted vith much uniformity aro thoso of u high order. It has repeatedly been demonstrated that the Aberdoen Poll crosses admirably with the Shorthorn and tho Shorthorn grade, and that tho converse of this is true, viz., that tho Shorthorn blends admirably with tho Aberdeen Poll and the Aberdeen Poll grado. Tho important feature hero is their ability to blond so admirably with the Shorthorn grado, for tho common sto of this country havo been much improved by Shorthorn blood. By using Aberdeen-Angu- s bulls our farmers can get good steers for shipping smooth of carcass and without horns. In regard to robustness of constitution, to longevity nnd to ability to adapt themselves to change of climuto, thoy stnud well, quito as well as tho Shorthorns and Herefords, but do not decidedly excel them in theso respects, unless when tho latter havo been impaired in constitution by long continued breeding. This sin is perhaps not chargeable to tho same extent upon tho breeders of Aberdeen Polls ns upon tho breeders of Shorthorns. Tho grazing qualities of tho Aberdeen Polls aro quito equal to thoso of tho Shorthorns, but not superior, while they nro inferior in Eomo degree to thoso of tho Herefords. On tho other hand, they nro probably superior to tho Herefords ns stall feeders and quito equnl to tho Shorthorns. Tho jiossession of this property implies that they aro distinguished by docility of disposition. Their milking qualities uro not of a high order, although tho quality of tho They havo been milk is excellent. reared us beef producers, tho calves sucking their own dams, which is always in time fatal to tho retention of superior milking qualities. To recapitulate, tho qualities which specially distinguish this beefing breod aro rotundity, density and smoothness of carcass, tho ability to behave well in tho stall when alive nnd to give a largo percentage of excellent meat when dead. Professor Thomas Shaw, of Ontario Agricultural Experiment Station. evi-denc- tnnr-ble- d in fl Live Stock Points. 1 g, 1 1 , es-pcrato long-acquire- d 1 side-tabl- e, Tit-Bit- s. : I I To detect for a certainty sheep scab a magnifying glass is necessary. It is ktiown to the trado as a "Bcab glass." aud is not expensive In livo stock raising ono great lack lias been that of attention to small of cast. The old timo farmer, with plenty of laud aud plenty of feed, seldom troubled himself to keep account of tho cost of anything In tho rearing of animals or tho production of crops. Nino out of every tou inorchnnts in business would bo bankrupted in a few years' timo if they took no moro account of profit and loss than tho average farmer and stock raiser does, even uow Tho conditions of living havo become so much harder everywhere that the farmer must inaugurate the strictest business methods in Ills operations or get left. Ho should count the cost, taking in every item, of raising every animal that ho sella, every acre of crop that he produces yes, every pound of butter y and cheese that is made on his thus can he tell what is and what is not profitable to produce. He must consider his nearness to market and what kind of Btock is at onco best adapted to his land and Ids market Sometimes ho can make a lucky strike and create a market for some new product Then his fortune is made. Professor Henry places oats at the top of tho list as a milk producing food for a mare with a suckling colt The sheep scab insect nnder the microscope looks like an inthxlteeimal whit crab. do-tai- ls J ' II farm-Onl- u a,aMtt I Ify - Semi-Week- ly T : InteriorJoukne a Rallursw Anrnaa lakn Mlrhlnan. The bold idea of ferrying loaded freight cars across Lake Michigan is soon to be put into practice. A large propeller is under construction at Toledo which will Vio.l n Ar.a.ttt, ft 01 rorfl ami If la fV. pected to tow abargo of 15 cars, making 30 cars, or more tliHn an average freight train. Tho cost of transferring grain and other freight from cars to steamer nnd from Bteamer to cars forms a very heavy item of cost, which tho proposed p'nn, if successful, will save. Lake Michigan, however, is a treacherous water and con slderoble risk will bo involved in ferrying cars across it, especially in winter, when ice abounds. The new boats are to ply between Frankfort, on tho Michl-igashore, and Kewaunee, on the Wis consin shore, a distance of 52 miles, con. necting tho Toledo, Ann Arbor and Northern with the Green Bay, Winona and St. Paul Railway. Railway Ago. n I Poor Human Nature. mi Staktobd, Ky., September 9. JR92 W. F. WALTON. l i I BEEF BREEDS. if SIX A New Land PAQES. of i for Settlers in the State Washington. V - B t 'if bii East of the sound tho land that can bo fanned is practically all taken, but west of the eound is the great Olympic peninsula, until lately almost uninhab ited, and oven now but little known. It Out of the has not been surveyed. heart of it rise the eternally snow-claOlympic mountains. On the other side roam the elk, black bear, cougarand other more or lens noble beasts. Over tho earth is a mass of timber and at its feet a jungle. Fir, spruce and white cedar are in the woods and in the many waters wild fowl abound. Frost is said not to know the country. On tho Pacific coast side are many valleys and some small prairies. In this absolutely new country the homesteaders are appearing in such numbers that it is said that between 700 and 800 settlers went in there last year to pre empt the lands along the streams and on the prairies. There, entirely cut off from the world, they will wait until the lands are surveyed and they can file their claims. They believe that a railroad from Gray's Harbor or Sboalwatcr Bay to the strait of Juan do Fuca will soon be built past all their holdings. It is linely, for, in addition to the timber, that is the best dairy country in the State. As one citizen put it, "They have more rain than we on the east of the sound, but tho presence cf water has never yet been considered an objection in the dairy trade." r Harper's Magazine. d Meat Milking Jurtlltlea of Different llreetls of Cuttle. Wo present this week to our readers who aro interested in cattle brooding an assortment of tho various types of beef steers. Sotno of thorn aro portraits of Btcers that took prizes at fat cattlo shows. r asked Mrs. Chugwater. "Yes," ho replied, laying tho newspaper down. "I've rcod to you tho wholo story, names of tho killed and wounded and all." "I know a great many people In Minnesota," rejoined Mrs. Chugwatcr, with a sigh of mild disappointment, "but nono of those names sound familiar." Chicago Tribune. I.lkol Spelling, Visitor Vvy,nt iloj mi study at school? Littlo Girl Rcadln', an writln', an' -- n,m..tl,v nn' BnolHn' .---Weill Weill What a bright littlo girl you arc Now, which study do you like best?" ...-,.- -.-,- Chugwatcr had been reading aloud to his family tho details of tho terrible tornado in Minnesota. "la that all there Is of it, Josiah?" Mr. HUST0NVILLE ACADEMY nnUOE, Principal; IlKV. W. 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Dr. Appteman It graduate ef licllevue I lotpit- written Kuarantte to refund il not cured Guar .Medical (allege, M.tk t.lty, and Landlady Why do you wish to lcavo Ji",rVn7Usunro?dbrKA' R t'enny, Urugfiil and alJcal Medical College, Toronto, Canada. the Ilvhaa J1 my house, Mr. Starboardcr? Don't you made a apecial tudy ot ihedueatei he treated in the great licllevue and Charity lioipital fur rv like tho table? Bk A cral yetrt and rccogniieanoauperior in diagnoaing Mr. S. Oh, yes, very much indeed. I w tk 4 A and treating Chronic Oltcatea He devotes all don't know that I over saw a better hit time to the treatment of chronl' and nervous . diteatet of both seict and hit a ill at an expert in one. It's what you put on it that I thia data of catet is wellettabllthcd. Treats tuc- can't stand any longer. Detroit Freo cettiuuy, ana I s, a over-caerii. - - I I I I ,r tlec-97-t- yr -- 0 lress. A Sihi-l- e It has Ions been known that pine needle pillows would alleviate persons afflicted with lung troubles, and a Florida editor relates an incident in support of the fact as follows: During a visit to the home of a most estimable lady living on Indian River, this editor was told of a discovery that had been made which may prove a boon to sufferers from lung or bronchial troubles. This 11 fly having heard that there was peculiar virtue in a pillow made from pine straw, and having none of that material at hand, made one from fine, soft, pine shavings and had the pleasure of noting immediate benefit Soon all the members of the household had nine shavings pillows and it was noticed that all coughs, asthmatic or bronchial troubles abated at once after sleeping a few nights on these pillows. An invalid suffering with lung much benefit from trouble derived sleeping upon a mattress made from pine shavings. The material is cheap and tho Christian at Work says it makes a very pleasant and comfortable the odor of the pine permeating the entire room and 'absorbing or dispelling all unpleasant odors. 1 mat-trees, Relief for Lung Troubles. STEER. ntlZE to the beach this summer? No. 3 also took a prize as a beef steer Mr. Murray Mill No, my dear, money of tho Holstein-Friesiabreed at tho Is too scarce; but we can get tho same Chicago Fat Stock show. Tho Holsteins rural enjoyment by sleeping out in tho aro of two strains, beef and dairy, tho back yard and daubing our faces with difference being distinctly marked to five cents' worth of walnut Juice. Texconnoisseurs. Tho animal in the picture as Sittings. represents tho beef breed. A Hopeful View, FIO. Ill HOLSTEIN-FRIKSIAN A Hint to .Many Other. Mrs. Murray Hill What! Not going Tunrs ZTiny Liver Pills;! nnd . remctlr art) wonderful In their e. fleet. Iln freeing tba ayatetu of MUousaeMl and tnalarlaw Ko one Urine la antl-blllo- O V V I V I Fermanontly Curos I 1 M an u astf-mslnH- ol Acute and Chronic Catarrh nui.iiii in Kart Oealnett, Diteatet of Lye, Kar, Note, Thrust I.ungt. Kldncr. Urinarv and llladder trsublcs pation, Khtum'tilM aud Paralysis, Rpilepsyor Kilt potitlvely cured. Young or middle men suffering from Impotency, Kruptioni, the results n( errors or eictstet, thuuld calf belore It is too late We cursmee a cure l( cate haa not gone too lar Superltuous hair and all eruptions of the lace permanently rtmoved ui..i.. n I . duinbane. btltooa oollo. and lvel the system etrenrth to rralst all the iTlUofanc&hralthraad Impure at- -j KlcgantlT 'Biosphere. 2rice,23o. Oatv.Swl'arkl'Ure.N.V easrar-coatrd.v. prevenU attack of chills and fever, Malarial Region bm Their honld b without the-m- . llnght's Ihteate, Dubttet, Dtiprptla, Consti- I jd I He (despondently) Our marriage will hove to be postponed. 1 have lost my situation and haven't any income IsBOirill., Blood nnd Skin DIkcjincs. Cumlsrlid Cup wellB. She (hopefully) That doesn't matter now, my dear We won't need any. I've learned how to trim my own hats. N. Y. Weekly. at all . As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, OIei,"tc., Louisville cured by never falling remedies. R. R. Double Daily Schedule, fifty iVly In Elfcct July 17, 191. trusty prophet is the wind. If a r. m. Thci Old Mnn Was tin. 7trMr&fsteady northeaster 1b sending the rain "Well, Uncle Reuben, that's a fine I jj 611 8 6 jS against your windows, mark when it 845 650 pair of oxen you have." FIO. IV HERnFORD 6TEEIL a 59 701 "Ya-os.- " changes. If it veers from northeast to 911 7 11 No. 4 is not a prize winner, but just a "Whnt have you named them?" 9 9 76 north and then northwest, and clears plain, good conditioned steer in private "Nigh one's lilot an' th' off one's 9 34 7J5 7 the cloudotaway, nature's storm signal is life. Ho belongs to tho massivo and 9 Rudder." ' loot 7 59 still hoisted. If, however, it cops to the picturesque Hereford family. 10 i& I IJ "Strange names, aren't they?" lots I 19 northwest by east, south and west you "Not fur steers." Puck. 10 17 8ri A 45 L... Knoxville I ' ' neveriy..., ...... Malcneyville.. .Cnrryttm ..... .. l.uurrii . ...Powder Spring! .wain burn... . K. A O. Junction..., -.- - ..Y ........,...A ...... ... -- . D?ly I)"y V. M. A. M. 11! - o 5 41 3 4 4 Diseases of women, such as Leurorrhea, painful Menstruation Displacement ot Womb, boating down paint In back, relieved in short time. The Doctor carries all his portable Instrument! and comet preptred to examine the mast obscure medical and sarglcal caset He undertakes no incurable diseases but cures hundreds given up to die, 6 CONSULTATION FREE fa. s jo . .A J "V S 8 15 B '-- hf 3 4 So 4 7 7 And Confidential. Address J S. APPI.KMAN, M. D, Louisville, Ky, 1 7 JJ can remove your ru her overalls and leave your umbrella in the rack. In the first case tho weather will be temporary, but, in tho second, the stormy elements are completely exhausted. Ohauncey Depew, a', bright and shining light in the republic n party, and the man who put Harrison in nomination at Minneapolis, spoke as follows of Grover Cleveland at a banquet given in honor of Judge Pryor, at New York, Oct. 7,1090: I I la "If I were to name the typical American, the man who loves and believes in his country beyond everything else tho severe climato especially well. 1. man who, determined once in what di- 18 pence per ton of co Now look at these fino beeves, examine m rection his duty leads, cannot be swervtheir points, nnd decide for yourself 2 One good, tfiect of short skirts, if ever which breed will bring you in tho most ed from the path the man who is dog- generally adopted, will be to force wo-- money for tho expense and troublo of gedly persistent in what he believes to men to learn to walk well. At present raising it. be right the Iman who thinks not of they shuflle, mince, turn in one foo, do j Wool for tho World' Fair. self, but of his country and its needs, I everything but walk. Nothing comTho following circular has been sent would name Grover Cleveland. What mands more.respect than dignity of car-' he has accomplished is the very highest riage, always excepting elegance and out from Washington as supplemental tribut e to the possibilities of American dignity of speech, and when that sex to the agricultural department's earlier request for wool samples: citizenship. Coming into the highest discover The agricultural department will exthat feet have a higher mission position in the land without previous than to be crowded into boots and shoes hibit at tho Columbian exposition beexperience and with scarcely a precedent too small for them, and that corns are an tween 8.000 and 4,000 wool samples from to guide him in the conditions which offense against tho world. They will cover , nature, tho reign of no all parts ofof wool, all classes from tho highest to surrounded him, he won the affection of ble bearingmay set in. tho lowest. Especial attention has been his party and commanded the respect 1 given to tho selection of samples of, and admiration of his opponents. I G. A. R. Sina Tru-s- . The O. A O. wools that compete with our homo find myself in one of the proudest posimany delightful side trips to the grown wools, lneso wero procured tions of my life in being permitted to members of the G. A. R. on the occasion through a special agent of tho treasury present to you trover Cleveland as the of thu Nntinnnl Rnnamnmonf at Wuoti. 1oTwrtTnpnt Rnnt nbroiul for thn nnrnnsn -- Life. 1. n typical American." Innlnn .A wrpiculUCJ. nA Ult tllU MlUr it TiTWTirinrf afininloa fnr niiatnm Ttnnan ' t.l.. v iuiiuil tn C.t.rkt.. UUU ..ai..vw v. wwvu MVMWV 4..v..0 The department is desirous On tho Trade. ' standards. trips being There is an old Btory of a beggar to mnnrivpr via steamer down tin Poto of obtaining the American samples di- Tailor I would like to Jog up your Mr.nm tiw.n,.,. tn !?,, whom one day there appeared by tho Ul SO that COmpari- - memory a little, sir, on account of that UiroUBh th n4.nln.nl. tn Rlnh.nnn.l n...l IeCt fr0I.n son can be made with wools of tho samo last suit you ordered. t he wayside a beautiful being, with her returning by way of Appomattox. A Customer I'm afraid my memory recharacter grown in different parts of tho hands outstretched laden with treasures. nominal rate of $2 additional will be; country. The somnles will bo nloced in sembles the suit too muclu Aa he gazed at her in stupid surprise, Tailor How so? glass jars laucleu with tho grower s she glided past him; but she returned charged lor this trip. ' Customer It has been fadintr away and address, also with description tiamo " ,, "I want to ask one more question," n, f,, 0u0 with her treasures still held out to him, , ever since I got it. Clothier. and once more with beseeching eyes, as said little Frank as he was being put to Bo Calm. Ilepecca. is irfviawr Assistant Secretary Willi if she would compel him to take what bed. wool and sheep especial attention, m m MSa tor de doctor, quick! flelpt "Well?" acquiesced the tired mother, is desirous of furthering the interest of kalpl Dot baby has swallowed a b offered, the pawed slowly by and dieappearH. She had no sooner gone "When holes come in stockinKs what this great industry. With this view 1m atieattftir exclaimed Mrs. Schaumburg. " M fae gottt you make so much fuss becomes of the piece of stocking thut has requested Hon. John T. Rick to MM, at if wakiBg from a dream, bo dollar . M,rA l,fnr th hni lin. n.i i make a report to accompany thk U m' If It' r a twenty-fiv- e Mose. gold eagerly is the direction she had ' IUp4Ksoa" replied Texas Mr. Rich will, when th , bition. T UkM He met a traveler and said: a4a4 a luftrkn 0 wtuuuwu) fivsmliu ttA v inwmiiro "Ifireyos mm beautiful strangur, pies comparatively, and being a Til Old Btory. A Virginia City, Nov., wtfcher baad full of things that I cently detected in tho act youth wns re ' cal sheep breeder of long experie&M kit Mbwsos Lott I see you havo no serv-of ahootlne an WWtj fsiftg along this road?" great value. MM ast girl at present. Did you flro your "Yes," arrow with a cmirette attached through Bamplo 8u0uld one pound la lirtoat? WjMfai tb traveler, "her name iaOppor- a broken window in the rear of the jail weight and taken from the body of Mm Merruoa Essex No; spontaneous tmmj; JMKoaceonerea anu once to somo boys confined within. fleece. Bags for the same and bUMC fcv sMtmbaation, Pock, iito Miver returns." a voices are furnished by the depatiaMafc m s At tka Writer' Club. "Were you at the seashore 'ast sum- Samples can be mailed without the fmf-meTW rate progression of a storm is " Are you acquainted with Mr. Yard-witmer, Polly ?" "Only for a day." "Did of postage. Should yon dealt 14 Btripllng, Mr. Forcclt?" arteai S6 wHeiaa hour and a series has you batho ?" "No; somebody else was have your clip represented pleaM "I aw I think Mr. Stripling haa beett traeed.'ia a direct line from north for particulars, Edward A. Qfiwi, using the ocean when we were there." set ne," replied. Mr. ForcelU Judge. teaetttb, dieteg of 400 miles. Mr. Harper's Bazar. Philadelphia, or John T. Rich, Elba, Lty, Oat) em Brssnaoa. average altitudo poer county, Mich. Harriett thiaas thai tb MDo you believe all you see, Hicks?" mot extend An alloy of 78 per cent, gold; and 22 ql taaader eterasdaec Beeves intended to be shipped "If. I see ycra whenever we meet, aboat 6,0M feet above the earth's per cent, alumnium is the most brilliant start I doaH beUer you more than a honld weigk before the fatteabeg Known. aarfaet. 4mNM of ike Uase."-rook- lyn Life. znencea front 800 to 900 pooacU. I In Balakany, near Baku, the centre of Texas Siftings. N'OIITH IIOU N D. the Russian petroleum industry, is witLoave Cumberland "uap,L. & N.... to nop m nessed tho anomaly of the water used An Kxprrt. " .... ,...il jop m Crbln Baseball Captain You say that you for the Bteatn boilers in the several es" ' . Livingitoti i join KIO. V GALLOWAY STEEIL ' can catch? Wincheiter ..- .43 a m tablishments costing more than the fuel. " Lexington " ... ..., J jo a m not n prize winner either, but 3 No. 5 is Tramp Yls, sorr. ' ... . 4 jo a m " Paris As a matter of fact the water is had and like tho Hereford a plain, honest beef in B. Captain You don't look Hko It. Arrive Louisville " . .. 7 s a m dear, costing about half a crown per ton; privato life, by breed n Galloway. In What kind of a catcher arc you? " ..., ...... 7 a m " Cincinnati OUtll HOUN'D. while a ton of netatki, that is the residu- tho northwest tho Galloways and that ' Tramp Bat catcher, yer honner. L."Ar"N." . JJipn Lmte Cincinnati um of the distillation of the crude naph- other hornless breed, tho Aberdeen Jury " lmisville ..... 8 j p m Angus, aro growing raoro popular among Arrive Paris tha, which is the combustible naturally ......to jo p m "LOOKS MICK THIS DKUCB." " Lexington .... I i J p m utilized, is sold at h price equivalent to the beef raisers. Tho Galloways stand n ' Winciicstcr to pm ' i 6 "1 Judge You stole the pocketbook, ti 17 909 o si 5 Arthur ..... but how is it that you did not appro- 9 18 .... Four Sraietii- 8 --priate tht watch lying by the s do of It? " 57 9 36 11 Hamilton Springs.. .. ou 4i Cumbtrlsnd Gap...., mean to soy I ,,0j 930 Prisoner don ?.t I Tunnel Junction. -- m i was as daft as that? I couldn't have is 07 95s 10 .M. junction ' noticed It You must excuse me, judge! is jo 1005 .. .Mlddleboro.... to 10 11 '4H. S I At the I'ollre Court. 1037 10 49 8 31 4 .. ..Williams Springs uakman ......... Klvcr. ::::::::.r: ..Clinch . Lone Mountain. ..Taxewell.. . Powell Itiver. 4 ti ?? ij. ..., J9l6i4 6 i" 711 ef mifs jwsvsxjuiNil I eTSSS-G llfiitl - asjsji ttn&ucrsrhu. C mwkmMwm. 111 . MlflBBa?7lblKaV yMBaaBH'sBHaGiltaX MILE5 ' , 11 O. . caaMMjgijtMi Twenty milt Mhe Shortest to Chlcsgo. Michigan Pcints, St. Louit, ilullale Cleveland. Detroit, Indianapolis ana ine ii, Ne England, anada, rztt1GmXiffSJll .v mffifimwEaJm. KSaSKSfffiiaS JAlLti I r i I I I ! 6 I .. Livingston I 45 a m Corbin Philadelphia. llaltimore, fl " I Wuhlnetnn. ! Cumberland Gap n.ilrV.ti time to liarrodlburiT. Frankfort VIRGINIA. Shortest and Richmond. Pullman Palace Car Knnxville to Cincinnat i without chance. rvuickctt line to Connections made with all trains North and I ! North-weat Grand Central depot, Cincinnati. Through tickets on tale at City Ticket office ijSGay strret and Depot Ticket office, foot West SOLID VKSTIIIULED TRAINS thro' with Main street, Knoxville. llirmini;ham, Meridt or any Information as to routes, rates, etc.,ap- - out change via Chattan.-oaian making direct connections en route for Koo P Y W. A. 11LY, Acting Gen'IPs" Agt., villi, Ashcville, Lynchburx and points in the HKNKYA SMITH, City Ticket Agt lCnosville,Tenn. " ' ..u '" New York, BoHton, .r st NEW 'IDBILEANS, , I Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co. (Chesapeake & . Ohio Itouie.) of-fe- rs , z Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, IN EFFECT NOV. is. 1S91. j Old Point and. the Stashoro and all Eattern Cities At Chattanooga (or Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, llrunswick, Lake City Thomasville and KI.OKI DA points. The only line running solid Vestibuled trains with Pullman lloudoir or Palace Sleeping Care to St. AiiKutUne without change tor any class of pas. sergersorbaegsge. Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur Florence, Memphis and AHKANSAS poms. Shortest and quickest to Anniston, Selma, Mobile. Diicct connections made at NKW OK LEANS without omnibus transler for UaJvsitoo Houston, Austin, ' ?, ., J I , HOUND. Mail Ex. Dailv Dally Miss. I without omnibus transfer for Dallas, Fort Worth Dally Dally. Ea. Su. Austin San Anion!, El Paso and points in Lve Lexington.. a 6 00 it 40 a 5 Winchester l 30 p 7 oop , TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. 64$ Mt. Sterling...... 1 05 p 7 35 P j For through rate, correct county maps and lu 854 7 Daily. information call on Agent at Junction City, Ky Arr Ashland- - ... a 40 a or address " Catlctttburc.'is 18 10 07 J.S, LEIT1I, 8 59 a 10 aj Trav. Pass A(t , Jnnclion Clty.Ky tiuntington. g 30 a jo D. G. EDWARDS. D. MILLER, " Washington. u 33 a a 47 6 to " Philadelphia, in i O. P .V T. A., Traffic Mangr , 5 So I Arr.New Vork ao ao p east TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Fast Limlt'd Accom. Acco. The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, , Shrevepurt La making direct connecnani 3P . 1 WEST DOUND Lve Huntington. 6 oo " Catlettaburg 6 35 Ashland,, ., 6 37 I Daily. 35 M 05 6 4S 7 4 7 M u hur-rie- ' d t 5 j ...u .Yl " Wiucheater.. il Arr Lexington ,.. la " Louisville 3 . Mt. Sterling.. ....... o a; 15 05 S SS P J P 6 3o p a 45 P 9 jo p 7 40 P 508 p La. oil. 1 jj p 6 as 8 a tijoa 05 a I re-fa- Mi nt ie tA-dre- ss Limited VeaUbulcd Trains run daily in connec tion with Chesapeake A Ohio "K. K. V." to New York. Fait Mall Trains run daily and make local stops between Lexington and Huntington. Huntington and Morehead Accommodations run daily, Lexington and MorcheaJ and Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accommodations run daily except Sunday, Through Sleeping Cara tc and from Washington and New York without change. For, full information tn regard to rates, routci. Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines . PRINCE DJALMA. nticu uumoer be-yo- ad 'h! . E. HUNTINGTON, C. L. BROWN, V. P. and CM., G. P.A., Lexington, Ky. W. S. HARRISON, O. W. BARNEY, O. M., Lexington, Ky. T. P. A., Ashland. Ky .., J0"0? JKRsfKV BULL 111 serve a 01 cowa at ray place, midway be "";' "uu ixowiano, at the followina- umiauMO WUSQ UUW CSlV0at. Al. G.HUtFMAN. le, 4 rnUea Desirable Farm f ..n Acres nn ?.!. n.k..-- i from Stanford. W. II, Miller. l; '. Jtlklr.i JbAt t. m i V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1892 f?TANi)AHi) loaded sliella nt McKtnney McKob- Bros. Don't forPt the flalo of Locust Grove Block farm on Sept. 21st. IIkmkmiikii your account is duo. 1'lcnso call and settle. W. 11. McKoberta. CHURCH AFFAIRS. New Stock of school nlioM at Stanford, Ky., Seitemiikh 9, erLs it Higs'ttm'. B.o.WAi.TON.Bus.ManaRor MEANS New Klnuhanifl, punnng'j and calicoo?. Severance & Son. To Loan. Addn-B- on real estato Becuri-ty- . Box 10, Lancaster, Ky. BUSINESS. Tun name of Dcadwood pOBt'Olllcc in Casey Urn been changed to Grove. A FKW llpht woilit jacketH loft, Ortll Emiiuving beautifully nnd artistically dono at A. 11. l'enuy'u. nnd boo them. Sevemucu it Son. Buy your books nnd nchool Biipplies of A rui.i. supply of hosoand no.7.les will all kinds from A. K. l'onny, w bo boIIh tbem nt publisher's prict-H-. bo found at IJ. K. it W. II. Wear-en'IIavk your watch, clock and joweiry repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work Wanthi). Butter, vuufi, sweet and warranted. Kkmkmiikk that all uUvcrvrnre. watulieB, Irish potatoes and cnbbnu. MoKinney rinRU, c bouirlit at A. K. l'onny H will llroa. charge be engraved free of Cait. Jl'lian Vnsr has purchased n PERSONAL POINTS. nice meat wagon and now delivers his Mil. W. M. liACKKY went up to Mid- - goods to Rowland ami suburban residences. dlucboro Wednesday. of Louiavillo, is MiesLoTTir. Slaiik, My bath rooms are now fitted up nnd with Mrs. Waverly Hamilton. ready for use. Call in nnd trv ono nnd of Madison, is you will come again. Jw90 "J. ThompMiss Minva I'iiku-m- , son. thoKUCHtof Miss Mary McKinney, m Miis. J. K. Martis and sons, of RichIt hasn't neon an extra week either, Underwood. mond, ar visiting Mrs A. but our business manager has added U0 Mlb AumiaTviieu went to Madison new names to our subscription list since yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. Broad-du- Mondny. s. ... m s. m Thk town waq full of Gypsies yester- Iwtriia day and the horao ' swappers abouts had a big time Invitations have been received hero to tho 8th Annual Fair Hop to bo given at Somerset Thursday night. I will bo prepared to furnish oysters eithor in bulk or can or nerved on Put In your order. R. Zimmer. GuoikibTuc-kkii- , Snt-urd- ny. - ... for fast riding through town on Tuesdny afternoon, was llued $o and costin Judge Carson's court, yesterday afternoon. Lkctuiies. Revs. Geo. W. Dunlnpond 0. Barnes will give illustrated lectures at Crab Orchard on the nights of thu 10th nnd J0th of Sept. W. J. Daughcteo will preach at Neal's Creek next Sunday aj 11a. m. Rev. T. J. Godbey, o'f LaGrange, passed up to MiddleBboro Tuesday, looking ir fine health and spirits. The Summer is past and Autumn is upon us. We must now lay Eld. Mark Collie, ono of tho nblest aside the gauzy fabrics and come to in tho Christian church, clospreachers ed p revival at McCormacks, Tuesday nivht with 35 additions. The church was greatly revived and everybody who attended felt that It was good to be The best place to find these things, both for ladies and gentlemen, there. is at Elde James L. Allen, who has been preaching for thu congregation of Athens Christian church for several years, tendered his resignation on Sunday last. Ho is exceedingly popular with those We arc now prepared to clothe the children for school in everypeople and they regret most sincerely to thing they need. Flannels, Whip Cords, Storm Serges, Henriettas, part with him. Lexington Gazette. Tho meeting at the Christian church Mohairs, Scotch Homespuns, Camel's I lair Suitings, &c, &c. These We arc in is creating much interest and drawing goods range in prices from from ioc to $i 75 per yard. shape to accommodate large crowds, but thero have been no additions yet. Rev. W. E. Tharpo is assisting Pastor W. E. Ellis and preaches twice daily, at 10:.0 a. M. and 7:130 i m. Tho meeting will continue at least two Rov. A. Autumn is Here Somethin uhstantial The New Cash Store. All Classes of Buyers. William Moiiki.am loft yesterday for Clovelnnd, Tenu., to buy another lot of Punic, by John Bardels, nt Olten-hei- m, papors extrn yesterday and still tho demand was not exhausted. Everybody, whether tboy admit it or not, seems to have taken nn interest in the prize fight. A. A. Warhen sold weeks. 200 m i f Saturday, Sept, 17, beginning at Col. Pkteii Hampton has on sole n lot Everybody of pop corn, each box bearing a picture, 10 o'clock in tho morning. ewes. invited. one of Cleveland and thu other of Har. Mk. and Mits. K. G. Wallkii, of CumSolos Ciiaio, colored, for cursing and rison. Up to date tho Cleveland packberland Gap, are kucMh of Mrs. Susan otherwiw! abusing Pete Miller's wife, ages have outsold tho Harrisons nearly Harris. loft Wednesday to was fined W In Judge Cureon's couit two to one, which is some evidence of Mu. Moskh Collikii Cleveland's popularity in thpse regions. visit his brother, W. L. Collier, near De- Wednesday. catur, III. Wheelbarrows, Cross Cut Saws, Fencing Wire and Staples, Baling Talton Hall, tho desperado who was Tiioau who have hoo to attach to Mn. Ki). Wiiitis nnd his sister, MIbs last at Wise County s hung on Friday Wire, Horse Shoes and Nails Toilet, Chamber and Dinner Sets. their water plugs are amusing Mattie, aro attending Conference at grHtly by sprinkling the- streetH. Court House, Va., had his sister pledge It Is hoped that they will not tire of tho him just before going on tho scaffold MlBsMlNNIK DlNWIIMIIK llllH gOIJO to fun. that she would wo that the judge who .. LouiHvillo to rohiimo her portion in a ease, as well aa tho detective Always on hand. All goods sold A hams poctponed the ruunioii of tried tho Ghn. milllnory. of the Army of Ohio, n't who worked it up, should bite the dust. A. Cox stopped on a nail a few thosoldlets Da. Tho detective, William G. Pride, is an days pro and as a coriKHjuonce is koIuk to ocrur at Middlcslioro thin wek. Ho undo of Mm. S. M. Owens, of this place. NEW ADVF.UTlSraE.NTS. didn't know the time whs fixed on crutches. Or taken back. Goods promptly delivered. Mim Maiuk Waiikkn, of Danville, is that the MethorihH prwicliers had the An enterprising thief went to Mrs. visiting her cousins, Miwws Jonnlo nnd tall and would ent up everything in Win. Daugherry's befor e sight in that' forlorn and hutted boom Mario Warren. dark Wednesday night, and had pulled : FARM, A : Is in Cincinnati buy- town this week. Mu. J. S. two heads of her chickens off, when she is runI) Carpeuter place, situated iVi Kmtwn at llie J. ing KOO'lrt antl M,M mio Groon Sink it Mknkkke have contracted with went to look tho door and ho skipped Millet from llmtonville, on the Midillctmrjc pike. well improved anil In a healthful loning the store alone. who is now a coun- Tho plac out. The Harvey Helm to build n couple of cot Q cality, I or p.utKulim, address Mn. W. B. Mason nnd wife, of Lancas tages, winch aro to MItS. W I HEDDKNS. up at once. cilman, says ho would give his yonr's lo put ter, weio over this week on a visit to One is to be built on the lot ndjoining salary to be able to fill tho fellow's hide 56 ime.il iojo Olive Street, kantat City, Mo. O Mrs. M. S. BaiiRhman. tho Helm property, on lower Main street, full of bird shot, which he intends to do Mits. A. K. GiiiimxB, of Danville, is and the other on the lot adjoining the on his next visit. FIRST CLASS 35iS.3EllS About closed out our stock of Spring Clothing; only a few Suits left, 9 FOR THK visitinK the fnmillus of Mr. W. T. Smith one at present occupied by JudgeSteph-ewhich we offer at The First National Bank of Mlddlesnnd Mr. J. M. .ibold. ground is too valuBurch. Stanford Mips Viihulibn Ballaiid, of Kansas able to stand idle and Mr. Helm shows boro, after rather precarious existence, HARVEST EXCURSIONS, was closed bv n bank examiner this City, returned with Miss Ella May Saun- his good sense by building. AUG. 30 tnd SEPT. 27, week. Bad debta and slow collections ders nnd is now her Rtieat. THE "WISCONSIN CENTRAL LIN lis" nro given as the cause. It is said that adA Casey county fair and picnic is Kev. C. E. Powell, of Burksville, Will rim lo rate Harvcit Excursions on aboe Just received a new stock of the dalt to points in Mninotota. Montana, North and passed up yesterday to Gum Sulphur, vertised to ho held Sept. 17, at Shady tho depositors are secure, but thu Mld- South Dakota, Tickets will bo good twenty ,10) nro in the soup. Poor old meeting. near Yosemlte. J. W. Grove race track, where be will bold n r privilege days from date of sale, with Soon thero will bo none bo to points west of M Paul and Minneapolis. Mu. H. M. Wahnbii, of Birmingham and W. E. McWhorter, Georgo Jeter, dlesboro lur lull information, do tho lata Magic City honor. ny's reprosentamc, oraddress any of the Compahas joined his wife here, who is the W. T. Dyu nnd V. B. Lucas are tho man- poor as to JAS C I'OND, Sic transit gloria niundi and of mouey agers and they assure a day of fun. jjuostof Mrs. Kate Dudderar. Gen'l I'aM. and Ticket Ant., Chicago, III. too. Mils. S. P. Stauo is visiting Mrs. Matt Among the premiums are: Plug horso slow inulo rnco Woodson, at Mlddlesboro, and attond-iu- g rnce, S.V, foot rnco Thk St iiooiJi. The Female College S.'l; old time goose pull horso trot $5, itc. the Methodist Conference. opened Tuesday with 02 pupils present; will be served M issES M atti e Elkin and May Hughes, Music and refreshments In the Shoe line we can offer you As Administrator with the will annexed of Kuth In Stiff and Soft Hats, Caps, &c. 32 of whom were not in tho school last Albright, deed., I will on a couple of Garrard county beauties, in huge quantities. anything for year. In the music class thero aro have been the Riiesta of Mrs. M. If. El12th, 2892, As administrator of Ed McRoborta I students and the school is 50 per cent. kin. public auction in front of tho larger than it was the first week of tho County Court day, in frrnt of the will sell at T. J. B. Tiii.vKii, the clever manager on next county court day last Bchol.istic year. Prof. B. F. John in Staiilord, Ky.. commviicin at p m , Co., with of tho Blue Grass Hedge As low as any House in town. tho following of his effects. Two shares son, principal of tho Male Academy, at Lancaster, was in toVn opened on the same day with IVi schol- 1 Smuggler Mare 7 years old, of stock in the L. it X. railroad, buggy E. &V. Collars, Neckwear, Hosiery, Puff Shirts, etc. Trunks and Stallion, by Petosky, nnd hnrnops, saddle, full set of carpen- ars, which is a good start. Tho profesMns. A. J. Eaiu and Eunice havo reapsist him. Valises, Umbrellas and Gum Coats. ter's tools, including a mortising ma- sor's wife will 'I wo filliex, i mam 10 yuan old, turned from a mohtb's visit to relatives chine, furniture, consisting of beds, ruckling One yearling Killy, I suckling Mule, Thk news of the knocking out of Sit Colt, jump seat Surrey, tanning Implements We have a few pairs of Shoes and Slippers that were slightly damatGuyandotte, W. Va., to tho joy of chairs, clock, stove, gold watch no good livanby Corbett, at Now Orleans, was &c the old man. Terms Sums f f Sioand under, cnhinliand; aged by removal at our recent fire that we will sell regardless of cost as new, lot of fencing lumber, and variknown in Stanford in ilvo minutes after oter that amount three months' credit, with inMn. J. M. Cahteii took Misses Lela tercut Irom date on cood notes ous other things. J. E. Bruce, Admr. the last round was fought. Chief Train S3 SuBie Carter, Huby HuBtonand IniJ.N MENEKKE, Admr C T A. and attempted to Dispatcher W. F. Sheridan, who has a tio GlveiiB to Jellico, Tuesday, to onter A nkgho, named Suter, CofMiss Mollie Harman's school. tako a Cincinnati Southern train at telegraph ticker in his room at tho Administratrix' Sale rented one Junction City, and when Conductor Ed fey House, hold a levee Wednesday OF Mn. G. W. Stephens has of Mrs. Woody Halo's houses, near Mrs. Shennnn expostulated with him he fired night and with the assistance of L. W. 14 Choice Jacks, Several StalKhankB', and will remove his family two shots from his pmlol without cllect. Westerfield gave his gueaU tho result of lions and other Stocks, &c. from Danville in a short time. Then Capt. Shermanf with tho assist- each round as it was fought. Thero was A, administratrix of W. G Hubble, dee'd, I will .Dealers In. over Corbett's victory Rev. W. L. Williams and daughter, ance of Detective Algood, disarmed him, great rejoicing though Sullivan was tho favorite Miss Dollie, of Hustonville, came down after a considerable fight, In which tho here, betting. Tho big one's drunken, WEDNESDAY, OCT to attend the meeting and while here negro was badly beaten, and took him in the overbearing manners in tho past left At "Sleepy Holloa" Stock Farm, in Kin oln Peyto Lexington, where an otlicer met them they were tho Ruestfl of Miss Julia trip Stanford, .outity, 7 and carried tho negro back to jail nt him without many friends, after reading inaik and miles west of turnpike, near at McCor puhlic ton. offer Turncrsvillc .AND. sale all the personal property of the deceased Hampton baa taken the Danville. It won't do to fool with his record. Col. I'ktkii . This property consists of a herd of 14 choico jacks and agency for the Etna Life and Accident plucky Ed Sherman. You'll get tho Two or three young fellows went to and jennets; two15waddle stallions, On Time drivbrood marc, saddle and Hart Denmark, Co., and is now prepared to worst of it every time. Insurance 3 suckling colts, a pairs of work mule; Rowland tho other day nnd after tilling ing horM; fine mules; a lotofiE extra juir very talk to death any ono who comes within Qucensware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner up with tho whisky that is retailed nice carlniK mules; 145 sheep, sou nnd shoals, a The city council met in called session cows and caWcs; 3 yearling cattle. his reach. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. Monday night and ordered tho purcha.su there, became very boisterous and actincluding Sets. Also all farming utensils, nearly new, atAmono the Ijincaster people who hay rake, a corn planters, Ono of mow c, of S00 feet of hose, two hoso reeln and ed in a shameful manner. plows, 1 2 hone and spring wagons, K.c Ac. Also tended tho Batson violin recital were hook and ladder wagon, tho whole them was more pronounced in his bad al! crupson thu farm, hay, com, oats, Ac, The arm of jjj Acres, nearly all of which is tn gra, Gordon and Misses Van- - one Prof. J. 0. orPUBLIC SALE OF 3D. il.lKH). Alack uruco was behavior than tho others and when will he rented prlately For catalogues and furPrudio Gordon, Mattlo Elkln. tocostaiioutof tho tire company, Aredale, address dered by Judge J. A. Chappell to de- ther particular, MUS. M I. HI'IUII.E, Adm'x, which made chief DEALER Mnggio Miller, and 11. II. Batson nnd It. Shelby City, Ky. ho was ordered to raise. Ho is n good sist, ho raved and sworo aud defied arE. Hughes. man for tho place, that is if ho will prove rest. Tho inarB'ial ivai not present, so The happiest man in town is Prof. J. as expert with the hoso as ho has with tho judge, who is determined to mainundersigned will on Thc And Country Produce, He feels that tho unpre M. Hubbard. goods and is to scrre lias opened TQn. the peoploof his stock ofand vicinity. ready is offer- tho bucket. The council also ordered tain the law at any cost, took tho job MONDAY, OCT. 17, xy-i- ing Stanford He cedented first week's attendance at tho himself and soon showed tho young tho water mains to bo laid to the end of iinneaiu of Ilargatns and nil who want e door in the town of Dan gixkls at tho lowest possible prices should College Ih evidence strong as that of holy lleforo the disLogan Avenue and another tire plug man that ho could be arrested and idle. Kv .at 1 o'clock D. in., offer at nubile sale j,im un Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pike. Avrit that bis etl'orts to build up a lirst to the lnehcit bidder, the following tracts of placed on tho linn. When tho equip- armed too. Ho then took him into clnsa school are appreciated. him $10, when ho beMercer county. Ky , ment arrives Stanford will bo better pre court aud lined Mkshiis. 0. Vanoy and W. M. McAfee again. on the oast side of the Danville and Harrodsliurg i pared than any town of its size in the gan to swear and defy tho judge , miles Irom llarrod-bur- g, turnpike road and about 4' We ccsire tc sell cur Inn. rt. r Mi Kirrr, hivo returned from a trip to MisBOiiri. State to protect herselt from fire. and said land being bounded on the north This was more than tho oilicer could tldo by the landsof Wesley Vanarsdall, on the when asked if ho liked that The former stand, so ho ordered him to jail for conroad, on the east by the : xoo : south nv tho llcllows Mill the on the Kaslland State, remarked that ho rented immediTin: violin recital given at the College tempt and that night, tho boy who CURES 0TE!3HG BUT PILES. lands or K. W. Harrodsburgand tuinpikowest by and road, Danville and Well improved, 45 acres to go In wheat. It has a ately on his return 40 acres of land to by Mr. II. Ward Batson proved n very might havo been tho prido of his father, containing 141 acres, rood and 30 siuare pole No. dwelling on it, good barn, buggy house, ice CERTAIN CURE Sotond. A tract of land in Mercer county. Ky , house, cabins yard, two fine spring aud which ho was goine; to Btay hero and at- pleasant entertainment to tho crowd that as bo is tho source of great concern to a A SURE and years and Harrodsburg turnpike as tho BEST east of thenotDanville on said road, and about 4' a spring house, inlarge pond, wells, All unded good known for IS Ac. oiuding road, but tend. attended. Mr. Batson handles tho bow loving mother, spent tho night in jail, fence I all on or addresi REMEDY FOR PILES. and being bounded on v. A. TniniiLB. Eei.. wont over to with tho cunning ol a mnstor and won next to tho cell of a murderer. M.I1ROWN.V WITH, We rrtpsmibjKiaUUDSUVTmonMKn. CO., bT.LOl'19. miles frombyHarrodsburg, Mill road, and on the tho llellows the north Near McKlnney, Ky. east bv thn same road, and on the south by the Miss May hope it will bo a lesson to him and that xust it (jiisnir. Cincinnati and staid so Iohr that tho much praise and applause. Bkst i.iijlautl. west by the lands of landsof Hardin and on the was uoiBed about that ho bad run Hughes furnished tue piano accompa ho will shun whisky hereafter aa ho Wesley Vanarsdall and the land of W. 11. Kast land, and containing about 147 atrcs, be the .ame nirnn.l .ot innrried. Ilia return without niment and did it very handsomely would a viper, lie promises to do so more or less. tho Rirls who Mibs Gertruuo Jiownni was uown lor a and as is his first ouen9e wo omit his Third. A tract of laud situated partly in Mera wife proved it untruo.eo it cer and partly iu lloyle countict, Kentucky, and o longhK for him can lying on tho cast side of the Danville and HarTho other are looking and Bong, but owing to hoarseness produced name at his urgent request. rodsburg turnpike road, though not binding on and long. in traveling, did not young man got too drunk to create a by a cold taken to look nald pike, and about 5 miles from the town of Danville, and bounded on the north by the Hellow s sing, but gave in a spirited and excellent disturbance and ho was allowed to sleep Mill road, on the south by the Moik Mill road, en AND VICINITY. CITY manner a difficult piano selection. Tho it off till next day, when ho was fined the east by the land of A. W. Kustland and on the un.H,o.l.iniliofS. I. Kaslland. and these be at A. A. Warren's Mod elocution teacher, Miss Olivia Summers, ing the same tracts of land conveyed to J. C Mixed Kentucky. Caldwell as trustee of Mrs. E. a. r.astland and Richmond, recited a tragic and a humorous selecel Grocery. CLASSICAL, 8CIEN. othert by deed ol date April talh, 1897, and said TURKU COU.KCRS sold to D. N. XI. S. Baughman Uoyle county and riFlO nnd COMMERCIAL COUItHt. Fourtctu i tion, which .showed much versatility and deed being of record in both Mercer couuty. of study. Healthy location iu You will need a gossamer. Seo ours. proved her a mistress of tho art. It is Prowitt S cattle at He and a lot of hogs at parcels of land departments the Blue Grass Region. Moderate In making the the heartof as be Has lod all Worm Remodios. above described, and which join, ill and offeredbid expense. IGO to $240. Attcndauce last very probable that Mr. Batson will He. Seuorance & Son. , that l 609, from a whole and then ofTered separately EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Rov. Bon Holm, W. D. Ileadleston a class in violin music at tho Col accepted which brings tho mtst money. The thud session opens September H, 1W3. Shelled oats, will pay highWanted. parcel will be old by itself Uifarwatlou nndcatalogueapply to SOr,D EVERYWHERE. and family and W. S. Walker aro atWear-e- n. lege, as nil wore pleased with his exhiTKKMSmadc known on day of sale. Prtpsrt.lfcjItlclURD'iUl.TmOltXED. CO,, 8T.LOCIM. L. H. BLAMTON, D.D., Chancellor. est market price. B. K. & W. H. (ALDWELL.Ag't.Aug. J4,V. Presbytory in Taylor county. I.C tending bition. Sunday-schools o them-selveMid-dlesbor- o. .1 s s a churches composing tho Tale's Creek Association, Tate's Creek or Republican church heading the list with "OS members and Stanford coming next with 213. Tho number received by baptism Inst year as reported was 130. But 112 of tho churches reported with a total scholarship of 821. Tate's Creok has 180 and Stanford 10S of them. I write to inform all friends whode-slrothear Bro. Barnes at Crab Orchard, that I mn just In receipt of a telegram saying to secure board anil a place to preach from this. Thursday night, until Sunday night. The Christian and Bap-tt- at churches have both been tendered for the meetings, but on account of convenience to bis boarding place, the springs, we have decided to accept the use of the Christian church. Let nil come who can. RespL I). G, Slaughter. From a tablo of statistics furnished by Clerk T. P. Dudley, Jr., wo find that there are over 3,000 members in tho '20 Our stock of Trimmings and Trimming Silk, both in plain and changeable, was never better. You had better sec our Kid Gloves, Underwear, Corsets, Ribbons, &c, before you buy. We also want the gentlemen to examine our stock of Clothing and Fnrnishings, Shoes, Hats, Underwear, &c, before buying. J. S. HUGHES. Fresh Stock of &R00ERIES n GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED, MoIS:DTITSl?, m hen-hous- e Ui-uuu- s FOB, EIEITT. SPIENim) 1 3BOS. -- OWE WE HAVE n Round Trip -:- Greatly Reduced Prices. jitock-holde- rs nop-nc- ! NEWEST ?-'.5- 0; Administrator's Sale Monday, Sept. court-hmcdo- STVL.ES 2-- head-qurtc- Court-Hous- pub-hcl- e r LADIES,' GENTS AND CHILDREN, rs yea-terda- v. thrce-ycar-o- ld 1 1 1 ... M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. FARRIS luil & HARDIN, 592, ABDWABEi) C. -IV- -- STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, FOW3SI.X., m 1 1 M-- ValuableFarming Lands J TILER'S BOGKEYE General -:- Mercliaiiclise, HE I Court-IIoiin- ! j 0INTMENT 'Tirst-Atractolla- ndln Good Farm POP Sale. Containing 1 Acres, 1 re-no- rt 5a-4- con-tinu- WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS yENTRAL UllVJEflSITY, twenty-elchLe-L,A"- v o.l Si-ice- s VERMIFUGE i ..... ... so-eu- se-sl- ou 54-t- d jJb &. a. Sl- -J X. . - r" jU j lfti-1- ' - t 1 i f - JipwW5? !55!vintTwwf5pBwi(i UUriMMUMMMMIMaiiaMMMlfi h-Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT AUTUMN-DAY- From Dear Kate's Scrap-Boo- k, and Pub Is tho piety of this movement genuine? Judge it by the test. What sacrifice will ita professors make for God and NEW BUTCHER SHOP. Ilutcher Shop on I have Just opened n Lancaster street, whetol will keep at nil limes first-cla- 1TOTIC3D Ingand lamps to persons ordering lights plpinr turesat cost to those ordering water, Mill expire on September 5, 1899. After that date the Stanford Water, Light nnd Ice Co will furnish nil supplies required at reasonable prices. ENGINE CO. HOWE PI MP 33 XC3S AND B3S3SB. r Ui ar. u 9- I ft r. tV: j lV. FAT A? . r '- man? Sabbath found us expecting and : :MT:E3.A.TS praising God for tho great things Ho TIECIE : across her pensive face, which I was to do that day. Lo, in 5,000 of peo- that can be Iobtained, fine, now,will sell at tho marlarge tefriKerator Sad nature draws a veil of mist, ket price. 2 hae a YJCA.liIJ jVD ple, scarcely an average congregation in and meats will alwaya be Vept fresh and nlct As if to hide tho pallid cheeics so paid S2.6Q will be charRed.tsW JULIAN VKST irVhf n not And whitened lips that Death had kissed. financial ability, nearly 500,000 raised in ;f ono day I Many were the tears of joy I kTc. locAltime card. And Summer lies with folded hands; Her happy, sunny tasVs are done ; as ones assumed tho supm., returning Of;aIt kinds Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. All persons Indebted to tho firm ol Chadwick, The paths she trod aro sere and brown; STANFORD. KY., port of one or two missionaries. Ono acat s:op. ra. pay call Ilslley The leaves nro dead, her lair hands hung. Made and Set Up in All Parts of counts, Ik Co. willtuepleaseJohn Itandllalley theirCrab at or either lo man it had been my privilege to anoint House, Sign, Decorative Painter L. & N. LOCALTIME CARD. tho Country. Orchard. I menu ALL The sun looks lilts a golden moon, and pray for, and whom I knew tho Ho,t O. P.N KWLAN D. Assignee. 9 P and Paper Hanger. Mul train gome North.. No Agents employed. His strength wanes with tho waning year. laopm South ly Ghost fell on, a reformed drunkard, Country work solicited. - Estimates furnished. A mournful whisper in the air P South Express train " S3Sm W. ADAMS & SON, that day said, with deep emotion, North r Doth tell us of the dark days near. 6j9" No.(i Hroadway, Lenington, Ky. Local Freight North I give myself for "What I havo I give Dealer In South-- .sPm O, saddest days of all the days, The latter tralnt also carry passengers. India." Many more offered as missiona You do beget n thoughtful mood ; Foreign and Domestic Fruits, The above it calculated on standard time. Solar The leaflless trees, the barren fields, ries to Africa, India and other fields. UKD AND WHITK SCKl'li STEER, v.etisht 1ULEY time i about 10 minutes lasier, Confotlonrrle,.YC paunchy and horns turn, pounds, about Teach lessons easily understood. Time fails me to tell of individual cases. edup. 000 taken rather Was or ntarxnl from a paMure I baker and oan lurniih Has with him a F. n. RILEY, Proprlotor, Heward S7 QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. I gaze upon the scene, rented near lliistunville last week had read, Cakes and the like on short notice. Hut, as It would require a book. As an exam- lor his return or fur Informvtioii leading to his reIteholdl the golden butterflies London, - - - Kontucky. TEN IS, I. S missionary from covery. ple, ono Trains pass Junction City as lollows: m ; Fast Rise from the stubble bare and brown, Shelby City, Ky AC Special t:a6a AND SALOOlJ the Yoruba, Africa, told us at Beulah ,j ra j New Urleant Limited 3:1; p. m., And seem to pierce the misty ikies. I have moved to my new Hotel and am beltet Mail u:S7 P m Special 8 40 Ohio, of a girl in their school who ptcpartd than ever to accommodate, the public. Park, Blue n m T AT ROWLAND A d Special And so I hope, when comes to us Good Livery attached and every convenience doin deep anguish sought all over the town med. Give me a call, Grass Special 6'oo a m ; Cincinnati Limited 1.48 The dreary Autumn-tunof life, FRANK RII.KV. n. m.: Fast Mail J iS p. m 77 for an interpreter to toll some savages When from our souls the chains are loosed, So may we soar from toll and strife from the interior of Jesus. Failing to I offer for sale privately mr frame Hotel and In the corporate limits of Rowland. are now renting find one, knowing it was the only opWhen Death doth kiss our pallid lips, Notice to the Traveling Public. Saloon al Rou land, which locale! and a fine at $i point per month. It Is ejiitrally II. I. DARST. Rowland. May we, e'en like the butterflies, I have had. lor busimns, heltig at a terminal point on a dirii-io- n portunity for these poor people to hear of th L. tk N. It has good welt, stable. cal Find wings on which to soar from earth, of Him Who died for them, she said to necessary outbuildings. Address A O. L.inhaw Until like them, we reach the skies. Jofcn II. Castleman. MOUSE house and otherMARY C. FKRRILL, Stinford. MRS Faith Walton. ' tho missionary, "You speak and I will At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and try and tell them." And she did interhave in connection with Hotel one uf the b.st saDIVINE HEALING. UAUGIIHIAN, pret tho entire discourse into a tonguo loons in the State, open day and night : a Might FIRE AND SIORM man meets all trains. In connection with limine Bro. Helm Not Crazy, he Says, But Speak-et- h sho never heard before, and continues have also one of the best Mineral wells in the tat and for reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs yet to speak the language. I am not cm Words of Truth and Soberness. G W, Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd InRepresenting zy. Thes-- aro as creditnblo witnesntu as rTgram, Krln, Ttnn , A. A.Warren, Stanford, Dr. the Editor of the Interior Journal.) D IX Proctor, C. II. llraura, Mr. and Mrs T. V. Wbfit is tho result of this teaching ns any ouo in Lincoln county, Ky. God Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs 1'. II. Johnson. .' artford, of Hartford, Conn., New Haven, Jim Cm, Greensbtirg. Rates Si pr to tlie body? It leads one to regard his promised it and the simple faith of those Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. day J. M. ritrey, clerk Give m a call OF body na the temple of tho Holy Ghost. Africans just takes God's word at what J. W. CARRIER, Prop. iy Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, It must not bo defiled by word or act. it is, believes and receives. Ins. Co. of North Amorica, " Mrs. George Fitch, whom I know well BARBEE&OASTLEMAN And I snw not one who so entered into All of which ar. first-- i Uss Cnnipanies. I would MYERS IIOVSIS God's life that dared use tobacco after- said it did not surprise her, for she htui he nleMtd to waiton snr Mauds in this llan. Pul. MANAGERS, cios promsHly issued. Will insure against in China who seemed wards. Even a Chinese woman, when a Bi' wind Mortal and lightning Lightning claus es attached without additiOAal charg she learned she was tho temple of the able to talk in any dialect they met, Commerce Building, Louisvillo OMce at First Nsltoml Rank, Stanford. Pun? Holy Spirit, came to Mrs. Fitch, of Chi- which Mrs. F., who has studied far more P. W. CREEN, Prop. Agents thioughout the South. THE STANFORDrr H fihest oi na, and said, "How can I use tobacco than she, could not understand at all. A Cream of Tarter Haktng Towder Will uot God be offended Oh. friends. God wants men saved; and all in leavening strength -- Latest United State anymore? This Mat.lc, which is roi. la .onucttion with the Government Food Report. Mjcrs House, has been supplied with if His temple is so defiled ?" There is will work mightily to pave them, if only V7. A. TBIB3LB, Local Agont, Co. ROYAL BAKING POWDKRCO , no fanaticism or condemnation of oth- we yield ourselves to Him to be used of STAN'rOKl). KY. orle. 106 Wall street, New A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, IIm rontrai ted with responsible nrnslnr lis plants ers, but a jealous guarding of self lest the Him. God is not dead, ncr is His arm Buggies, Wagons, and will have the Lf and lilMtru PUmii comsit. tol about suiy dart , tho ater Plant son afHoly Spirit of God be grieved in any- yet paralyzed. Trust Him and seo what 3r A. S. Supi.il w and Is better than ever ter And thing. Would you, dear reader, have He will do. prepared to supply ti public with In order to place individual contracts In adSURGEON DENTIST vance for Water and Klcitnc Light, Ike Company gone into tho holy temple of God, when From Old Orchard I came, nt Dr. Would vMt your city once a ek for a term ol RICIS OF ALL KINDS. offers the following. Office ov crSeverar.ee & Son's Store, Main street, nine months to j(lve leMons on the violin, provided Nf'lary ater pip, will b. laid, connected t Simpson's request, to Ohio to aid in a a classof at least eight steady scholars could be it stood in Jerusalem, chowing or osm-Stanford. 4 pion.pt attention givtn to Ns sddtngs. Univ.. at actual coat lor pipe and work. Perttmal the fml Electric wires put la and necessary duurrs ins? No you would not have dared to. convention near Cleveland. It was a week of My session will commence inKur terms Parties and Hurt!. October and close July 1st. free ot charge P W. GRKKN, Proprietor. Yet it was only a shadow, a type, Your smallor edition of the others. On mis- and particulars apply befure Sept 15 to Ta be of bet quality and guaranteed lo give AL. llUKNS.Maswgor. DR. W. B. FRANK J WOLF, 53 satisfaction. body is that temple. God ia in His holy sion day Dr. Simpson preached another if Pcmbcitoil Atc Lexington. Ky The schedule of adopted rates is trMHijtos temple. Oh, he careful how you defile of hi9 grandly simple and penetrating ptr cent lever lhaa is naually giva it in any way. But if God eo J wells in sermons and from a congregation of Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. Office South side Main street, inpffice recently that temple, how about His care of it? about 500, at least 45 volunteers arose Huffman, Stanford, Ky. MISS L1CCIE BEAZLEY, tacated by Dr. L. V. Dwelling if 1 rooms, on. faeces . J 5 n This leads to Friday's service of hea'ing and offered to go if tho Lord so willed; ........ ha. h addltlmi rssusn sa m.:-- i racn iumtoi lastc.i D. D. S. of the body. Divine healing is tho torm and $4,000 were raised. Thus nearly j R. C. MORGAN Corner Main and Depot Streets, Stores, Hanks and Privalc Ostafx, J a. preferred by the alliauce, as it calls at 575,000 and over 100 volunteers for mis... 3 unit, private, ane isoc.i.. Kontucky. Hose atlachmsil lor sprinkler DENTIST. 5 on tention to the Healer, whereas "faith sions have been secured, beside all the Stanford, Stables, piivatr, an animal 00 Has ust received a handsome line of Spring and Higgins. Atficc. Lancaster street. cure" directs attention to man and his individual spiritual blessing received, haih ajdtitteil aatnal 100 Is moving to the summer Milliner)' and invites her friends and 1! e )xide Gas riven" for orioles e tracting. part, Nitrous viz., faith. Here again careful which will continue to yield a harvest Public generally to all in and get first choi. e. S'FOKD.KENTUCKV. Electric Light Kates. Hats and Ronnets trimmed la tho latest st)le by teaching ia given; first, as to the ground to the glory of our Coming Lord.. most artistic hands. for csxnsaerctal ms fine ar- andllsr.c 16 c. p. Uisfcdcssent lrp UKAUj. of healing; God has redeemed from sin I havo not written to eulogize nny inperyrar. ... J so 00 and its curse men, not souls, but body dividual. Had I done so I should have r r 10 ch iHsn4Keut tight, er ma. Homeopathic Physioian, and bouIs, and the Bible plainly teaches spoken of the power of 6ome of the o M I KENTUCKY that this redemption so includes the body speakers and those sweet singers, whoso 11 STANFORD, K.r Rstt.ne L'se: p. m.; 8 to that God here dwells in it. I can't dis- notes thrilled hearts till tears welled up to 3 10 to 11 a m.; Office Hours: laeanJiwceast la sap pr no.. For it !e 60 cuss it here. See Isa. 53:5 and Matt. rand flowed over in rills of joy. Nor THE- ' Office on Lancaster street.opposite " l 45 M 1. t I. i. v where the Holy Spirit comments on havo I told of Satan's opposition. But 31 m x " 4th" l Isa., Jas. 5:14. Ac. Second, it is n part ho was there, oven to ono or two cncs of For each adlltsftna " " '2 Vails Branch' Jellico Coal Co of every commission given the Church, seeming demoniacal possesion. But For Urtissr ianrissatss, aptsly t J W. HAYDEN.Sup'v.f.c OF THE and if the command, "Go ye," is bind- Jesus is Victor and to Him bo the praise Miners and shippers of the GENUINE ing, so are th'e other parts; see Mark and glory forever ameu and umen. CHARACTER CHOICEST 10:14-20- . 1L. Hki.m. Third, inquiry meetings are and We are the sole agents for Stanford rnil- - held to instruct the sick personally; AT THE Trv it. Rowland. Ofh.ce corner ol Depot street and Samples of tea urown and cured at OF STANFORD, KY., fourth, a Bolemn and searching service road crossing. WATTS. HIOGINS 6 is held and they are taught to look to Suramerville, S. S hav been received Is new fully organized and ready for busincls with God alone for the healing. Then as a in Baltimore, which expert tea dealers WILLIAM 1HXI.T02T, JT. Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. seal of faith they are auoiuted with lay- havo pronouueed superior to East Iudia A full line of the Choicest Fruits Dalr in the above Dealer in .. Surplus, . - - - tea. 19,000. ing on of hands and prayers of many. and Vegetables and Swan's Down Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a spstialty. SUCCESSOR luTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL Formanyyears.Mr.lt. F. Thompson, of Des Flour can be had at At Old Orchard 250 at least were anIowa, was severely afflicted with chronic Persons having any of the above described no' It Gaods sold for Cash only. HANK OK STANFORD, ointed. Out of the 5,000 assembled there Moines, for sale or vvtshlnt to purchase same, will da wt.ll diarrhra. He says: "At times it was very my nnd to call on or address me An einerlancc ( fifteen New closing up) with the same assets and under so much so that I feared It would end I have just received my rail Stock as many a3 300 arose to testify to their the same management. years In this busieess has Lrcn of profit lu me and life. Aliout seven years aijo I chanced to procure cordially invite the citizens or this vicinity to call Hy provisions of itschait.r, depositors are as evI think I tt profitable both to Goods sold in and examine them. headquarters lower than and having been healed at some time with- a lott'e of It Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhica Goods Delivered Free of Charge. and teller cauI'makeaddress Stsnford, Ky. the buyer fully protected as am dnpesiteta In National and I belive tor Staple gave me prompt O Remedy. 100 er. Remember I am Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually out medicine, among them doctors, min- cured nc permanently, as I now tat or drink any- Terms, 30 Days. Office at the Myers House Fancy Groceries Will soon have a complete line lisblc to the extent at the amount of their stock thing I pleavj without harm. I have al used it of Hardware in stock. isters, men and women of all degrees of therein rt the par value therein, in addition to th. results." Foraale by Dr. J. It. tllljlV., rvuwwiiu, n.j. culture and age. One who would not in my family with the best and Optician, Manferd, amount invested In such shams. It may act as M L. Itourne, Druggist f rcCHtor. administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully as Ky. in individual believe such witnesses holy, happy, so. to those who rntru.ted their buismess 10 us TO hHe mnsgilig the Lincoln National llauk ol her and grave ones would lay himself Tho Firet Stp. rsv.-- ), Staaferd, here tender our many think.: si REAL run down, can't AGENT trust they will continue to tr.usait their Lu.iiicst I'erhans liable to be considered a little daft. I sleep, can't vou arecan't do anything to eat, can't HI am agent for The Central Kentucky Hedgt your sat think Fence Co.. ol Lancaster, nnd ofler the services o put ilh us, nflMtng a guarantee for prompt attenit mildly when separately called out, isfactinn, and you wonder what aiw you. You both myself atii the Company to the citucnioi l tion to namti, our twenty years' experience Is Ky. should heed the warning, you are taking the first am very thankful for the liber-aLincoln county. 15 or more had been cured of consump banking andas liberal nrivMHiodatioas as air You ned a nvrve prostration. step into nervous patronate received and hope by fair dealing to with sound bHkiag. will find the bst I have quite a number uf FARMS for sal el the merit a continuance. Farmers in need of a good tion. One, a boy, who had five ribs and tonic and Electric Hitters you remedy for restoring your nervous system t. lis Myers House in Stauford fence will find me at the Lndsin Lincoln county. very best II uiKitcieKa: results Surprising a lung taken out by the doctors, was normal, healthy condition en each County Court day. m These Farms are all well improved awl goad Alterative J I. Williams, Mt. Varaon; ,0XS0.V. doing well and speaking with part of follow tho use of this Nerve Tonic and is restored, rich lands, running in sue from 30 to joo Acrt. Your appetite returns, good digestion J. M, Hall, S.asvtatsi: Coflstderinr theit lotalit), their rtchiiis. asxi feraction. resume liver one lung, so that 5,000 heard him; and and the bottle,and kidneys cents at he.ilthy Penny's tility of soil, the convenience of turnpikes and railJ. S. Owtfay, NasiferU ; H- YEAGER A R l'rice 30 Try a J. I.M. 11RUCK. roads that bring markets right lo our door, they S J. Easbry, Itattfwd ; he slid a new lung was forming, his drug store. are cheaper than thn Lands of any oilier onty,in J. K. I.ysw, StAolerd; the State There is sraricly a Farm in the counback and chest filling out. One elderly A Llttlo Qlrl'B Experience In a Light BRUCE & YEAGER, ty over 3 miles from adwrot. A. W. Ctrp.tr, Milledgcvtllc; Houso. L'O years' standlady had consumption of The county is checked with turnpikes running keepers of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cash, Staaferd; There is not a public road en inevcry direction mBU ing cured perfectly; CO or 40 had been Gov. Lighthouse Loren Trescottare Mich., and the livery, are Reach, at Sand William Geach, Stanford, Ky tering the county seat that is mil MuchLihii!. blesved with a daughter, 4 years old. Last April We have the Knoxvilte llranch of the L. .V N. It S. 11. Sbsnks, Prswidaat. cured of heart trouble; 15 of severe rheu- she was taken dowo with mcasl, followed with a R. dividing the county from East to West ad the STANFORD, KY. cough J II. Owsley, Cashier matism; 14 of fibroid and other severe dreadful nnd at and turning into a fover. Doctors C. S. R R from North to Smth; the K. C. R. R. W. M. Ilrlnht, Teller Detroit treated her, but in vain; at home trom this placa to Cincinnati, crossing the C. & I), retumors; S of cancer. One woman, sound she grew worso rapidly until she was a mere The aljove firm went into effect July itl and at Winchester, giving full access to the raarkutsol tried Dr King's Then spectfully asks a share uf the patronage of the and fat, had the whole world. Ilnsulcs, wo have three large two large cancers taken 'handful of bones," after theshe of two and a lulf use public. New Discovery and Flour Mills in the county that give us a mirkct Dr, from her breast and three more were bottles was completely cured. ItsThey say gold, for all our grain right at heme; and the develop NATIONAL BANK weight in King's New Discovery is worth AND HORSES NEW RIGS mentot the mountain regions ol Eastern and forming, one an interna! one, when God vet you may get you a trial bottle free at A. R. Kentucky bv .ailroads and the outOF STANFORD. KY Penny's drug store. let South by railroads has created such a demand healed Tier. Many had instantly laid Have been purchased and nothing but m AND forail kindsof cereals and 11ruv11nlerth.it wecan turnouts will leave the stable. A Ouro for Paralysis. .iBide glasses with restored vision. Ouo scarcely retain enough lor home consumption. Capital Stock- - S2OO,000 Frank Cornelius, of Purcell, Ind. Ter., says: i I'he people arc prosperous, generous and kind, of Dr. Simpson's leading members had induced Mr. Pinson, whose wife hid paralysis in Give believing in Christianity and education. Thvrc Surplus 37 a bone knit in answer to prayer. But the face, to buy a bottle or Uhanitieriam s o""1" is not a neighborhood in the county but has a Halm. To their greutvurPrl,e ocrre the good church and wonderful us tlidso multitudinous cases had all been used she was n great doal belter. Her Upright and Horizontal. Attention of the public is invited to the fac Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln, is a prosside; but the Pain to perous little city of about 3,500 inhati.tants and is that this is tint only National Dank In Stanford are, why would God redeem us from sin faLU had been drawn pain onoand snreuess and the Under the provisions of the National Dank Act Halm relieved all the North and Norththe great doorway from also It and yet leave its curse on Ilia children's mouth assumed its natural shape' back, is sprains,n Stationary, Semi Portable and east South and from the Northwest to (Southeast, depositors are secured not only by the capital tcck, but by the stockholders liability lor so certain cure for rheumatism, lamo and standing as it does gazing right Into the bosup to 2G- Portable. All sizes bodies? "Why a husband keep a bride nwi'llinKSandljmeness su cent bottlea fur sale by om of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern smountrqual to the slock, ao that depositors of STANFORD, KY., Dr. M I.. Bourne, Druggist and Optician, Stanthis institution arc secured by a fund of $400,000, Kentucky hacked up by the whole an invalid? Why keep the templo of ford, ICy. horse power region ol the Slate with railroads running through Five sworn statements of thocondilion of the bank COFFEY, year the United tho Holy Ghoet nil broken down by sin's naturally are made all points Unequaled in Safety, Simplicity, it to of the best of the compass, makes it South fur ment and eachassets toate examined States governits Bucklln'aArnlca Salve. located towns In the at stated times one of disease? God can do these inroads manufactures and other enterprises of magnitude. by government agents, thus securing addititona The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruisrs Strength and Durability. and perfect safety to depositors. teltcr,'chap-pefuver Water Works are How being agitated end right yThis Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now things. He used to do them; because sores, ulcers, salt rheum,corns sores, skin criiji d This institution, originally establlsh.d as the and all of a mile above the town about hands, chilblains, intend to conduct it si as to in my charge and He ciino to save men from aiu and its tions and positively cures piles, or uo pay requir- Write for Free Illustrated Pamplets and your there could be erected Water Works with very Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1838, then not only maintain its high reputation, but to udd red as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S03 and wants to givv Itltle cct that would supply a city of 150,000 inIt is to its long lilt o! friends. Special accommodacurse. He does do it just tho same now, ed. moneyguaranteed to Price perfect satisfaction, 35 cents per box. refunded. habitants with the purest rirsi national uanK or tions for commercial travelers and fine rooms for &CO., world Our littlo city hs and best vvuter in the rupted iciurganizcuasme practically an uninter-01 been newly rebuilt in Stanlord in 1SS1, has had Penny. Stanlord, Ky. JADIES where it is sought by faith, His appoint- For sale by A. R. thedltploy of samples. existence) of ia years, tt Is better supplied the last few years and ita business bouses ard res. SPRINGFIELD, OZZS. idenccs will compare with larger cities of greater auw with lacilitles for transacting business prompt NEW YORK CITY. ed way. Yet even these wonderful spirA First-Clas- s Saloon pretensions. Our merchants and tradesmen are ly and liberally than ever before in its long and itual benefits, though they have restored all prosperous and doing well. We have two honorable career Accounts of corporation!, fiduAnd 11ILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached. banks with a capiul stock ol $400,000 that are ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully some broken down minujtera in a brief JOSEPH COFFEY. prnvprrnus ami in a good condition. The Directory ot this Hank is composed ol time to such activity that they need no When Baby wm sick, we gave Ler Cistorlo. We have splendid schools. We have a Female Costorla. College, n large brick building, with ever 100 pu T.J. Foster, of Stanford; "dummer vacation," are but secondary When sho was a Child, he cried for prln. ipalship ol pilsiu attendance and under the Koreslus Reid, Lincoln county ; clung to Castoria. Prof. J M. Hubbard, Is in a flourishing condito the groat work of missions. This is When sho became Miss, she J.W, Hayden, Stanford; tion. We also have a Seminary that is a good gave them Castorla, the work of the Allsanco. Sanctified, When she had Children, sho school, with Prof. U. F. Johnson, at its head. We S. II. Iiaughman, Lincoln; Dot Public School buildings ic have one of the M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; Highest cash market price paid consecrated lives, healed bodies, all are this section of the State, with over 100 pupils in S. T. Harris, Lincoln; attendance, and with other good private schools, held as means to an end, to prepare for for you see our school facilities are excellent. J. S. Hocker. Stanford; the coming of the Lord of Glory, Who We have elegant church bullnings, representing G. A, Lackey, Lincoln; Capt. W. A. Abbott, who has long been with every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers promises to come when the gospel shall Messrs. Perelval & Hattou, Real Estate .and InT. IMIill, Stanford. of fias class talent and are doing a better business and is one of than any classof men in the city. W. G. Welch, Stanford; havo been preached "in all tho world or surance llrokers, Des Moines, Iowa, businessmen I have tried to make this statement as facts, the best known and most respected W.P.Tate, Stanford. &c., at a witucsi to all nations." Hence, the In that city, says: "I can testify to the good qualwithout apv exaggeration or coloring, as those WB! im&Mmxi&rm&! Having OFFICERS: Chamberlain's Cough who know will bear n o out, and those who wish coming of the Lord occupies Saturday, ities of in my family fur the past Remedy. itHKai'S. clii3XVrirffirifi eight years, I can to buy pleasant homes at fair prices and locate I.S, Hocker, President; used it or among a cowl people with all the best surroundand ths Sabbath, the crowning day of safely say It has no equal lor either colds M. ' John J..M,cRoberts, Cashier; bottles for sale by Dr. ings, would do well to call and see me before purcroup.'1 as and A. A. McKinney, Aimtant Cashier, STANFORD, KY. J tho convention, is given to missions. chasing elsewhere L. Hourne, Druggiit and Opticul, Stanford, Ky. S tyf -- Sd PubllBbod Evory Tuoaday and Friday P-TCTo-da- y lished In Affectionate Remembrance of Her. BEST Ice every morning lo families til Stanford ana vicinity at 50 cents tx-- loo pounds: for jo to 100 pounds at the rate of 60 cents, and undc (o pounds nt tnr rato 01 73 cents I mil special attention to the John Premier UrowuiK CV't Celebrated I. X. L. fleer, for which or ooitie am agent, win uriiun in mine-Ke- g Write for prices, K 1IREMKR, Stanford, Ky. ijtf I will deliver 1 self-denyi- ng F. L, AUSTIN, MONUMENTS ITotioo 3o-- Lost or Stolen. io-6- THE HOUSE first-clas- level-heade- d South-bound-- Q HOTEL Ulue-Gra- ss North-bound-- VS 5 e For Salo Twenty IlullriluK Iots FORSALB. J. II. LNbURANCE AGENT ROYAL pisii ' THE j ROYAL UVEKPOOL, siiisirox - j j nsurance Company, i POWDER Absolutely IHERX STABLE n terna-doo- s. well-knuw- Watertight and Ice 111 Yv M PRICE, VIOIiI2T usssosrs. Drun'-ner'- s FIRST-CLAS- S k far-ni- hl FEN$fY, l$cutiat JUllIiicr and Drcss'lilalccr ----- m&: ": .3?i)&rC3 I . iMmm 1 tst... 1 DR JOflNI. -- - Fresh Groceries 3 1 S:1G-1- court-hous- 39-I- T f Greatest Abundance - Original Jellico Coal. IFarniersBank&TrustCo. IiO WEST FHIC3SS. H. MOREI.ANI), General -:- Merchandise. JESSE I. WEAREN'S f :$7-i- y THE FARMERS. 1 m m H. T. BITSK, ESTATE Stanford, ic -- cou-mts- iit . - 1 mi ud mu ITE1AMISNtGrlNffig FIRST South-easter- n first-cla- llicm a Call. STEEL BOILERS, 20,000 school-hous- e. THE 60FF1.Y HOUSE JOSEPH llluo-Gras- s Pro'r. 1 three-fourt- hs LF.FFEL solic-te- d. 3"-- tt GASH I Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, mbmrn Ki m$& -- Vm.f. elkin&co., nt .M r-fiuF- K : 'y it. w 1