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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892091601 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. .. J" i t - If vol. XX. LONDON, A ' w Semi- -Weekly LAUREL COUNTY. 16.-Ba.- iot.im Interior Journal. N0.5V8 STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1892. HUSTONVILLE. except ono appointed by himself and ho LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. desired to name the secretary that ho Juno Heid bought of M. E. Allen a At this writing a good many repub- The Republicans In Labor, but tho Birth of had been using, and Mr. J. K. Watkins, OPENS SEPT. 14, 1892. Means of Casey county are attending tho horso for $100. Candidate Not Yet. the Ttov. Wallace Tharp's meeting will bejran of Whitloy county, was mado tho dis- convention at London. Wo are anxlbus-l- y n professors ami instructors, eight courses of study as follows Agricultural, Scientific Sept. London, trict secrotnry unanimously. Tho comawaiting tha news. I suppose before begin Monday night nt tho Christian Illological, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. County UjUuItornoonnmlontho 4th tho voto mittees not being ready to report, conHoard in dormitories Si per week; in private families J3.50 to $. these lines go to press that tho contest church. He will bo joined by his wife appointee received free of tuition. 77, Attorns M3, Colson wasnstollonH: For catalogues apply to JAS K. PATTERSON, Ph D , Prea., Lexington, Ky. vention adjourned till 4 o'clock. At 3 will while here. he decided. Wilson :J7, Flnloy 22. o'clock thu bell called tho people to the Mr. J. K. Baughman took his trotThere hai been a revival in the conTho republican convention for the whero Willie A. Morrow nubial line hero in the called last week. On ter, Brown Jim, to Soniprect, where he An SHELBTVILLE. English and Class11th ConKresalonal district was ical School for Girls. Annual London cor-n- republican elector, mado a speech as a tho 7th Inst, license were issued to tho Ib entered to start. He thinks he has a together Inst Tqcmlay. Tho Session opens Wednesday, Sept. 7U1, ifioj. delegito-at-Iargfor tho following couples: Mr. Silas Lynn to "cinch" on first money. I'rcparesiorWellcslcy. W.T. POYNTER. know that republican band let tho henchmen State. If it wasn't for- taking up so much Mr. J. M. Cook made n conplo of thoy were ospected In thu larso circuit space I would like to give you a nynop-s- ls Miss Sarah M. Cochran; Mr. Joseph 0. Biair to Miss Nancy Brown, and Mr. barrels of cider a few days ago hikI left St In tho up court-rooof his remarks, but after a letter of them iu his orchard. A few days after and tho nmslo wan appreciated by nil, this length, will try to cut it short. Ho Wallace Brown to Miss Sarah E. ho went out to test the stud', when to Bomo of tho backwoodfl dclcRutra never paid a tribute to A. K. Stevenson when I see in tho Tuesday's Journal that his surprise it had nil henn Htolen. havlnc hoard anything ol tho kind lie paid he fired 15,000 republican post- nn oiti time goose pun is atlvorttseil as Maria Iteid's old cabin, that has of tho It I). Hill, tho chnlrmau masters; said again that if hu were a one of tho amusements. Is that old stood for ages, just ncross tho creek from J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. called tho meeting to district committee, democrat ho would bo something, which timo cruelty which has been done away town, on thu Bradfordsville pike, has aeked Itev. J. 3- Joiicf, order and then tke democrats present wero ready to ad- with for 70 or 80 years on account of its been taken down, and things have 1892. of WilliamaburK, to oirer up prayer for mit, and wont further and said that thu being a relic of a barbarous age, to be changed to such an extent by it that the deemed tho convention and tho brother Full corps cf Conservatory and Normal School teachers. .Superior courier in Literature, Music and present democratic platform In substance and that too within the shadAn Excellent loardlng department Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. to have tho hardest job he ever under- declared that thu Southern Confederacy ow of Junto Wash Institute. If tho town people hardly know tho place. Misses Hodge, of Tennessee, and took. He kept away from partlsanlsm was right. The bloody shirt was waved youth of Middleburg want to resurreat Tucker of Springilold, have been guests waa possible for a man to do as far as it in all the prejudice that a republican or tho manners nnd customs of the dark Cook under tho circumstances; spoko about ator can use wehu there is nobody to re ages, let them haven Sp.ini.sh bull fight, of Mrs. J. II. Taylor. Miss Jessie Mahas returned from Louisville. Mrs. Columbutj and tho discovory of America; ply. as it would, be more humane than a ry Unflman is quite ill. Miss Bettie nrnvnil tbnt tho nreaont convention DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. After Billy got through, John D. gander pulling, aithe bull would have a Drye has returned to her homo in Kan have in thoir mlndri their futuro reward White was called on to address tho ahowing ni well as his fellow biped THE NEXT SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION BEGINS SEPTEMBER 14, 1892, and that they might not ho disappoint- crowd and hu did it as a kicker all tho brute of an antagonist, but tho poor sas. Christian College is in full blast, Willi a full course of study, both English and Classical While the courso ol instruction is especially president have wisdom in way through. He said that neither dem- gander has no chance; hu is nt ed; that tho Freshman CIjss, it Is intended at the samo tune to furnish a the mer- with Bcholars and the boarding ndaptpd to prepare young men for the desire it. In his heart, tho Senators do tho proper ocrats nor republicans had the courago cy of his fellow brute. liberal English education to any who connection with the Academy, department is full. Itev. W. W. Bruno's right, thin?; that Congrefs bo guided by On last Saturday nt a picnic at Ed- school has 29 scholars and Misses Kate to attempt to do away 'with the internal A and wouud up with tho charltablo re- revenue system, because it supported so wards' school house, five miles west ol Cook and Anna Heid, who havo charge Has been established in the Homo and under the peronal control of the Principal Hegular study good Lord blurts tho mark, "May tho man; rich men and so many officers; this place, a diiliculty came up between ot free schools, have 35 and 20 respect- hours tinder the supervision of the Principal and nitants and the restraints and government of ChrisKentucky U'gislaturo," tho lost part of that ho was n kicker and proposed to William Allen and Ben tian home are combined with the best educational advantages. Barlow, In which Bhowing for a For lurther particulars in regard to board, tuition, He , address which was received with miillea by tho kick every time ho cot n chance. Ho Barlow got shot through his bowels, re- ively. A pretty good of Hustonville's size. town JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Dnnvillo, Ky. noblemen present. waafor a tariir, but not for an internal sulting in his death at five o'clock MonA circus and menagerie gave a perMr. Hill thon made- his little speech, rovenuo taritr on tobacco any more than day morning. The affair waa sad and formance hero tho first of the week, proclaiming that ho was n republican he was for one on corn. Tho Hon. John unfortunate. Both were ueighbors and which was ahout as thin a thing as wna and tliat every republican in that con- 1). waH for a repeal of tho tax on liquor clover men and their wives wero related. people. Howevvention was ready to maku a better and madu a splendid prohibition speech, Too much tempor and perhaps whisky ever perpetrated on a waa not compulsory for ono to go, speech than that tho democratic Hill knocked Wil'io Morrow out on Bevoral had something to do witli tho difficulty. er, it our citizens went anyway. The in ado when ho went all tho way down points and was cheered as much or more Barlow leaves a widow and two chil hut menagerie consisted of a hear, two monrepubSouth to make on; also that tho dren. Allen has a wife and n la,rge fam- keys, n couple of white rahhita and a than the previous speaker. shall, keep constantly on During the year 1892 I lican party was born in Heaven and had The temporary chairman finally called ily of children dependent upon him. lot of empty cages. The circus part was hand a full and complete stock of by the Lord In Its every efbeen blensed the convention to order about 5 o'clock Allen came into town on Tuesday morn- even worse. In fact the entiro bu&ineBa Its creation. (I S. Did tho fort since and sent a delegation out to hunt up thu ing and gave himself up. His trial was too poor to support a name, bo they Lord blew 'em when Cleveland was elec- committee on credentials, which reportan examining court is set for Thurs went with'out ono. went ted over lllalne?-- J. V.) Ho then ed that this committee would not bo day. on Ubtnontion tho romarks a umall boy ready boforo 7 o'clock. After all who On Wednesday nnd Thursday LinFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. madoln tho hamlet of Williamsburg wanted to hear themselves talk had a coln county's able and industrious Suabout a peacock a neighbor had bought, little Biy, tho convention adjourned till perintendent, W. P. McClary, waa atThe Lexington trotting races will he My stock of which was received by tho convention 7 o'clock Wednesday. Tho committee tending our county's teachers' institute held Oct. in bettor spirit than everything else ho on rules reported and tho usual rules aud delivered au address which waa Vest bought of W. A. Capt Julian hogs at 4 J said, except when ho mentioned tho adopted, except that tho rules of tho highly appreciated at the Wednesday CoO'ey a lot of bloody ting of Heanccn ajul tho triumph 51st, Tom Heed's Congress, wero adopt- evening's entertainment. Mr. McCiary cents. Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ot G0 head of -- J. E. Bruce delivered of Harrison at Poach Orchard and then Kentucky is ono of the best superintendents in the drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas ed instead of tho rules of tho every voice hurrahed for Harrison. contract hogs to W. H.I'rew-It- t D.LTon in charge. suggested by tho commit- State. Long may ho wave. Another A. R. PENNY. legislature, as Tho call of tho convention stating tho tee. Mr. Finley was responsible for ono of Stanford's leading characters, at 5c. manner of taking tho voto was then read this, saying that ha wanted a Heed rul- Lowis Withers, of rat trap famo, was alThomas Houso Bold to 'LHburn by the district flecretary, Mr. Walking. ing from the chair, so that no dilatory so with us at tho Bamo time. Mr. With Gooch 19 acres of the Thornton Torter Tho chairman then announced that motions would be entertained. When tho ers' principal object in visiting our town land at $47. nominations for tomporary chairman committee on credentials roportod thoy on this occasion, was to confer with his E. P. Woods bought of parties in was then In order. Mr. McCoy, of Boll recommended four votes for Colson and general business manager in tills section, Boyle, Garrard and Lincoln 40 mare county, prcsontod tho name of Dr. Ed five for Adams, which brought out a Mr. A. Lipe. ?or the last few weeks mule colta at $40 to $70. M W.ll of Adair. In behalf of tho Col- A train load of cattlo from Chicago About closed out our stock of Spring Clothing; only a few Suits left, spirited dibate, every follow who Mr. Lipe has had from one to four rats boji faction. 0. W. Leater, of Whitley, thought ho had an idea taking a part. on tho public equaro as bound for Europe, passed over this lino on exhibition which we offer at presented tho name of J. T. Freeman, Then tho Knox county question camo trophies of tho previous 'night's work. tho other day as fast freight. Even the sewho, upon tho call of counties, was up, which was going on at 10 o'clock, Such has been the success of the rat passenger trains were side tracked. lected by tho comblnol votes of Colson, The Patton farm, near IUchmond, when vour coi respondent left, mighty trap enterprise that it is reported that Finloy and Adams. Mr. V. Borelng put tired. Kvery member of tho Knox coun- the object of Mr. Withers' visit was to of 1S7 acres, including a brick residence, A. It. Dyche In nomination as tempora- ty delegation wanted to be heard, aud have a private consultation with Mr. sold at $75.05; hay 9.50 to $15 50 a stack ry secrctnrv and Judge Denton named Just received a new slock of the heard. Chairman on credentials, Lipe to consider the advisability of hav and corn in tho field S2.40J. Climax. W w. Ifnto nf T'lllflHki. Col. It. L. Kw- - .was .. R x, M. F. Elkin bought of Sam Dudder-a- r, stirring appeal for ing a Bologna sausage factory established Sam Kash, mado a ell Bueueatod that both bo mado secreta iu Liberty, as it is believed it will prove shoataat 4 cents "and 14 republican pa- the sitting of tho Wilson delegations of ries and also all editor of of Thompson & Brown a lot of butcher Kuox, Laurel, Pulaski and Whitley, of a great success hero. pers bo mndo assistants, which was Our Teacher's Instituto, which has stufrnt about 21; of J. P. Bailey a lot at which Lum Lester with one or more did unanimously acceded to. been going on all tho week, closed Fri- same price. talkiug. Judge Denton offered a resolution all the press gang present wero Charles day afternoon with the most marked There ia no change in tho cattle Tho that each cuunty bo allowed to.lnppolnt K. Kincald, for Iiuisvillo and Coving- Buccess. wmio an ot our instituted market in Cincinnati, best shippers a member on each committee. Judgo at 4J to 4 05; hogal are active at In Stiff and Soft Hats, Caps, &c. In the Shoe line we can offer you ton Post, II. L Howard, Cumberland have been of an active and working naTiualey offered a HubstltutolUhat each Valley Republican; Green Dunham, ture, the present one is given up to have o.GO for best; Rheep aro dull at 23 to 5; anything for delegation from each county bo allowed Williamsburg Times; Kd Smith, Mt. Ver- been tho most interesting nnd instruc- best lambs C 10. to appoint a member on each commitieo. Stagg, Jr. sold to Charlie tive that has been held here for many D. B. non Signal; Bro. Chestnut, Corbln EnJudgo Borelug ottered something of tho 50 head of sheep at $:) and bough, terprise; Sister Sampson, Barbourville days. With but few exceptions those in Bamo Import. Col. V, H. Ramsey, "a whose unmes 1 attendance felt as if thoy had been of him 4 agad mules at $05. He sold to and a few others As low as any Mouse in town. helpm' ol Colson," otrored a resolution Herald among them Mr. Tom Walker, much instructed. Of course tuoro are V. M. McAfee CO sheep nt $:.G0 and to countyj bo omitted hnvo lost, that each contested always iu such places somo chosen few Sam Cochran 20 at f 4. E. &V. Collars, Neckwear, Hosiery, Puff Shirts, etc. Trunks and of the 1Oxinp.ton Leader. from tho privilege of appointing any whoso cr.tniums are bo full that there is Tbo Garfield Park race track receiv Valises, Umbrellas and Gum Coats. ineiubera of committees. no room for any more; such cannot be ed what is pronounced its deathblow BE DAREFULWHAT YOU SAY. Judgo Finloy got up and explained benefited. Mr. A. L. Peterruan is a lost night, when tho Chicago City CounWe have a few pairs of Shoes and Slippers that were slightly damand Pub that ho wanted to introduce n resolution From Dear Kate's Scrap-Boodeep thinker and is thoroughly conver- cil sustained the mayor in his veto of aged by removal at our recent fire that we will sell regardless of cost. fished in Affectionate Rememthateach county bo allowed to appoint sant with every phaso of that most difii the ordinance granting tho placo a librance of Her. a man for each of tho various candidates cult of all professions, tho teacher's. He cense. .. In rpeataai; of another s faults, according to thoir strength luitliu couu-,puts his wholo soul in the cause and you William Moreland bought of I'ray don't forget your own ; v. A. Morrow moved for a vote s of wethers parties two are convinced that he is conscientious in UctitemK'r, tho.c with home of K'al .. !.., r.i'inna mll'fltioll. which CUt Oil of what ho says. There was a good attend- at " cents and a couple of never throw a stone. Should nil motions and amendments, and thou He also If wo have nothing else to do ance of both citizens and teachers 1,000 pound cattlo nt 2.10. , Hut talk of thine who sin, the fun began. Tho question thon to bo throughout tho week aud all paid close bought of Kobert Martin, of the Tn better to commence at home voted on was tho IUmaoy resolution to section, 1G hogs at 4.10 and of attention to his lectures. NotwithstandAnd from that ixilnt exclude all contested counties on tho there was a largo crowd in town dur- P. W. Green a lot of same at 4.35. ing Wo havo no rljht to juilge a man committees on organization, credentials ing tho week, there was not tho slightest L. V. Hudson has bought 200 mules Uutll hc'i .f.iirly tried, and lmd resolutions, Ac. WnrMIoreo approach to any disorder. Profs. Huff in Lexington, Louisville, St. Louis and MioulU we net llle his compau-- , Turk Finloy got up on his hind logs We know the world U wide and Allen of thu Janle Wash Institute Kansas City at $130 to $190. They wore and demanded of Mr. Itamsey to know Some may havo faults wlm have not t wero in attendance all the timo aud ren- for the New Orleans market. M. J. The old ai well at young; if ho Intended to cut tho throats of tho dered much aid. At tho closo a rising Farris bought of J. W. Allen, of LinPerhaps a may, for ausht we contested counties of Knox, Whitley voto of thanks was given to them. Also coln, 01 yearling steers at 2 and 12? cts. Have fifty to their one. and Metcalf, and taking his ,liat iu his a voto of thanks was givon to Misses delivered. Ho also bought of various I'll tell you a hetter lan, hand, as did many of tho Knox and Amanda Stone, DollioWhipp aud Wil- parties 150 bogs to follow cattlo at 1c. And find it work full will; Whitloy delegates, asked him if ho and To try my own defects to cure for lie Gann for their eutertainiug songs Shelby Tevis lost from pneumonia n fine thought this convention could nominate Itefore of other's tell. aud organ ihubjc. imported jack valued at $1,200. Local And tho' I hops sometimes to be Cssatorltt cures Colic, Constipation, a candidate and elect him without tile "Cstorlsts so well daptd to children that Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. ErucUtion, dealers ore offering 70 cents for high N worse than some I know, of theso counties. Tho threat & Crescent lloute will I recommend ltMroperior to any prescription aeslstanco Tho Queen Klila Worms, gives slocp, and promotes! diMy otrn shortcomings bid me let grade wheat. Advocate. gestion. II. A. AncnxR, M. D., known to me." immediately understood by thu at greatly reduced rates was place on sale The faults of others ko. Without injurious medication. L. M. Lasloy will leave the Inst of v Ill So. Oxford St, BrookJjrn, N. 7, whole convention and Kamsey arose to tickets to many points in West Then let ut nil, when w e commence this week or the first of next for Tux Ckmtadr Comfant, 77 Murray Street, M. T. Texbut was ordered and to Arkansas, n point of explanation, and North-wes- t, To slander friend or foe, to be ready for tho fall races. He J! down by the chair. as aud Indian Territory on Sept. 27th Think of the harm pne word may do will take with him the following young Kara-He- y To those we tittle know. 1892, good for return voto was then taken on tho Tho and October 23th, thoroughbreds that will start during tho Remember curses sometimes like rupolutlon and it was unanimously 20 days from dato of Bale. Tho Q. & 0. meeting: Judge V. E. Varnon's yearOur chltkens, "roost at home;'' inning iu voted down, tbo "resouuer and Louisville Southern will give reduc- ling filly, Mattle Brockmau, by Powhat-taDon't speak of others' faults until voto for it, and thus black eyo No. 2 was We luve nono o our own. ed rates as follows: Sept. 20, Grand III, dam by St. Martin; a couple of Tinsley-Finle- y given tho Colson men. Tho Lodgo Knights of Tythiaa of Kentucky, yearling colta by Concregan.oneof wboso Mrs. Benjamin Harrison is vory ill, resolution was finally adopted, at Harrodsburg; Sept. 21, Kentucky dam is by Harry O'Fallon and tho other (Late Alexander's Hotel.) each candidato a right to appoint giving Conference M. E. Church, at Louisville; by Bay Dick. They haye all done good A Cure for Paralysis. hisstrongth Frank Cornelius, of l'urccll. Ind, Ter . says. a committeeman to represent Sopt. 2S, meeting of Orphan Brigade, work in training, especially Mattio were Finson, whose For further from each county and committeesaccord-Ingl- induced Mr.buy a bottle ofwife had paralysis Rakes $2.50 Per Day. Chamberlain' the face, to l'aln Confederate, nt Taris. Brockman, and Mr. LasleyJ Is Bangulne Halm. Totheirsro.it surprise before the bottle appointed at the night Besslon as to rates, maps, etc., call on had all been used she was a great deal better. Her of success with ,theru. Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-HousCor. Jefferson, Tho convention adjourned till 1 face had been drawn to one side; but the l'aln ticket agents or write to D. G. Edwards, all pam Wednesday to await the result Balm reliovcd Its natural and soreness isand the G. P. A., Cincinnati, 0. o'clock Mr. H. L. Tbarp and MIbs Kate mouth assumed also a shape." It : W. R. LOGAN, of tho committees. At 1 tho convention certain cure for rheumatism, lime back, sprains, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, of BrodheaJ, were married Wedswellings and lameness, so. cent bottle for tale by Adair and Knox have instructed for Manager. reassembled and Mr. Hill suggested that Dr. M L, rtourne, Matshall, clerks. and Optician. Stannesday nlgbt. J. J. Gov. Hlridman for Congress. secretary ford, Ky the district chairman had no Twenty-sevecourt-housKY.-et STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. Sixty-eight- h o M - court-hous- e G1I-lo- ck. bo-to- ro. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6th, - Centre College Academy, Home Boarding and Trainirijj Department V 70-od- d -- A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. bc-fo- ro Toilet Articles Glass, Books, 'V n: 5. 150-poun- WATCHES, CX.OCKS & tTSW3SX.HlT 200-poun- WE HAVE Greatly Reduced Prices: H V ! 100-poun- d NBWBI ST STYLES Or-ma- n LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDREN, Ten-nehse- o M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. car-load- car-load- s Tur-nersvil- lc lie-i- n. ln', Infant Children. Lex-ingt- ou e m n THE WILLARD. e, X y. But-ne- r, Louisville. Ky. , lst "i-- ---: y &&. I uii jjiiili'ujt lphpih.hu sMwl'c3' ,T""'mi -- m Vlv 'W,- - y X r BJji i JBiSjh GrILi-A.SS"W.I- G-I"VEl- Sr E A Beautiful and Useful Present given to each Purchaser buying .A-WZ- "- $is Worth of Goods or over AT THE 'I ILCCDUIBVIILILK I-- STOBE, 8TANFOBD 9 KY 16U1, 9 Commencing Friday, September until October ist. Thes e presents consist of Glasses, Lamps, Tea Sets, Elegant Parlor Lamps, Water Sets and other articles too numerous to mention. Nothing will be given for less than Si's worth of goods. No drawing or tickets about this, but a present given simply at the time of the sale. For Si's worth of goods vc present you with a handsome Goblet, Salt Cellar or other article. For $2's worth of goods we present you with $ s worth of goods wo present you with an elegant Water Pitcher, or large size Lamp, or three Goblets. a Lamp with burner and chimney complete, or Cream Pitcher, or Butter Dish or Spoon Holder. present you with six uomets or a lea bet complete, for 510 s worth ol goods an elegant water act, consisting 01 rucner, six uiasscs and lray, or anthmg of the same value. For ForSq worth of eoods we $2o's worth oi goods and elegant China Lamp, an ornament fit to grace any parlor. OUR IMMENSE, FULL STOCK IS IN AND EVERTHING NEW In Dress Goods, Notions, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes. fine Cashmere 20c per yard. Ladies' Hose, all colors, 5c per pair. Ladies' Black Belts 5c each. Ladies' Merino Ribbed Vests 10c each. per yard and same at iocyard. Dress Goods Men's laundered White Shirts 50c; Men's unlaundercd White Shirts 35c. Men's Suspenders 10c pair. Men's fine Shoes jSi per pair. Ladies' Button Shoe 90c. Children Shoes 75c. 36-inc- h I2c 36-inc- h , V Child's Knee Pants Suits 75c; Men's Good Suits $3.50;and Boys' Suits $2.50. A FTXX.I. LUTE OF HATS AXTD CAPS. Main Street, Stanford. Semi-Weekly , LOUISVILLE STORE, A. Hays, Manager. The Stephenson bill, postponing tho assessment from September 15 to November 15, passed tho House, was amended and passed by the Senate, with only two dissenting votes, the amendments unanimously concurred in by tho House and tho bill as amended unanimously passed and was approved and signed by the governor. When Mr. BiBhaw, tho member from Henry referred to a certain resolution offered by Mr. Taylor, of Franklin, as buncombe, the latter promptly retorted that anyboby who said that was a liar. Mr. Bashaw said that ho had madn no referenco to the gentleman from Franklin; that he was not looking for trouble, but he had nover been known to run away from it. Mr. Taylor then apologized and the child's play was ended. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE i , , Interior Journal 16. 1892 Stanford, Ky., September j W. F. WALTON. SIX : PAGES. ,, i I i.' ffi fh , ' -- lr ?- ,' :K r i" v The second National convention of reformed drunkards, termed by courtesy graduates of the Keeley Institute, was held nt Dwight, III., this week, with 500 delegates and 1,000 other members present. The report of the secretary showed that there are now in this country over 70,000 graduates of Keeley institutes, and that 20.000 of these are members of bi chloride of gold clubs. At present there aro throughout the country 125 individto rev- ual organizations, with a membership Toe Vf. 0. T. U. seem to be out olutionize the world and are taking a ranging from a dozen to 5,000 people. crack at creation. Lost week it peti- Tho report does not say how many havo tioned that Lizzie Borden, who is held gone back to the beggerly elements of fathe drunkard, but even if a tenth of without bail for the murder of her Hatnp-ahirtho vast array have been saved, the disand stepmother, in New ther be released from prison, and now covery is a boon to mankind. it raises its holy eyes in horror and deJohn P. Murray, formerly editor of nounces the proposition to place that the Bardstown Record and a fine all wonderful specimen of art, the Statue of around newspaper man, was killed at Diana, upon the world's fair agricultuhis new homo at Findlav, O., by a falling ral building, because the poor girl is wall. He was a , clever naked. Can't some of the good ladies fellow and his death will cause n pang of for tho statue make a Motherllubbard regret in the bosom of every Kentucky and thus do away with all objection? editor who enjoyed his acquaintance. They forget the adage "lloni soit qui mal y peese The republicans in the bloody 11th has are having a monkey and parrot time at If David B. Hill, of New York, London. It took them from Tuesday been sulking in his tent, he is coming till yesterday afternoon to get to ballotout and show to tho world that ho is ing and no nomination had been reachnot only a democrat but man every inch ed when wo went to press. Our Lonof him. He is announced to open the don reporter tolls the tale of woo in ancampaign in New York next Monday other column. night in a speech at Brooklyn. The The oldest inhabitant does not recoldemocrats of the Empire Stato are feeling that everything is lovely, whilo the lect a presidential campaigu where so little iuterest was manifested up to withgoose honks high. CleveEn- in two months of tho election. Tub Brotherhood of Locomotive land's letter is promised uext week and gineers is an organization for tho other after that the battle will rage, no doubt, labor unionB to pattern aftor. It has n with the usual intensity. and in the 28 years membership of 35,000 THE GENERAL ASSEM3Y. of Its existence wo do not remember that it has had but one Berious Btrike, and the The new revenue and taxation bill, mistakes of that served to make the orbroth- agreed upon by the committee, was der even more conservative. The to the House and made the orerhood usually asks nothing that is unrailroad companies der for y. reasonable and the The judiciary committee of the Sengenerally concede their requests. The members are sober and worthy men and ate reported that the election bill was passed legally. The report was made a deserve the high place they hold in pubspecial order for Thursday week. lic estimation. After wasting a whole day on a resOk a wager a London man smoked olution providing that members and emflvo cigars an hour for 10 consecutive ployes shall draw no pay when not on hour and still lives. It would have duty, the speaker of tho House declared been much more gratifying to read that tho whole business out of order. Tho Senato passed the Stephenson he died, The world is so full of fools rerevenue hill with amendments, 25 to 2 that we are always glad to'hpar of a and it would have gone at onco to the duction inthe number. House, but for tho fillibustering of SenaThe cholera ia with us. Fivemdeatha tor Mulligan, who is more of an obstrucNew re reported from the plaguetionist than a statesman. "ork city and much, alarm is felt. e, of tho Sit. Vornon Sigingratitude of man. He nal, laments the finds, liko all of us, that he may pufl this man and that and not one in 20 ever acknowledges himself under the slightest obligation therefor, but if tho Blight-euncomplimentary allusion appears tho ones most kindly used before are the It is first to show their diepleasure. ever thus. The average man thinks he is deserving of whatever praise is printed of him, and that the editor is doing no more than his duty in telling the world of his peculiar and transcending abilities and consequently does not think it incumbent upon him to show his appreciation by word or deed. There are several men in this town of that calibre, too smooth and small of bore to acknowledge a favor, but tbey are the sufferers. It don't take an editor long to find out who possesses true gentlemanly instincts, or the contrary, when you can leave the latter severely alone. So dry your tears, dear Smith, we havo all had the experience you complain of. Editor Smith, st Notwithstanding every cflort was put forth to mako a big show in tho republican State of Maine by the importation of tho best speake rs of tho party, the lepublicans havo nothing to brag of in tho elections there this week. The republican pliiraiity for governor is about 10,000, which is some less than in 1SS3 aud fully 10,000 less than their largest plurality. This too in the face of the fact, as Chairman Manloy stated at the end of the campaign, "The State has been stumped by speakers of National and Stato reputation, who have kept to tho front the great question of protection, reciprocity and honest money and presented the is sues of the day with zeal and ability ." All the congressmen aro republican, as usual, but even Czar Reed goes in by a reduced majority. The republican ma jorities in Vermont and Maine havo both been cut down, while in Arkansas tho democrats havo nearly doubled their majority. Nothing has occurred so far to destroy in the slightest degree tho hope and prediction that Cleveland and Stevenson will be elected. rock-ribbe- . COUNTY, - d Atherton's ftavoniillon Brush Creek was burned last weuk. Loss $1,000. Mr. W. H. Cox is making preparations for erecting a large dwelling houso WE HAVE RECEIVED - Till! - 0 whole-souled- to-da- in tho East End. Howard, tho man Bobndly wounded fight nt in the Howard-Wilmis reported worse. T. J. McQueenhas sold out and gono to Clay county. Mr. IS. M. Dormey, of Yorona, Mo., is visiting old friends in this county. Mr. James llouk, merchant at this blace, refuses to pay corporation tax. Marshal Proctor levied upon some saddlery. Mr. II. means to test the matter in tho courts. It is reported that the grand jury has indicted Robert Cook, Jr., charging him with having furnished the poison with which Miss Burnett took her life NEWSY NOTES. same fivo weoks ago Jonathan Bass, tho noted museum Mart Dillon, train baggngo master, freak, is dead. He was completely ossi- Hays to the question, "Will Harrison be fied. by spelling tho president' At Corbin, J. R. McClnnahan, a name backwards a complete ind satisbrakeranu, fell under the cars and was factory answer ij obtained killed. Misses Kate and Mary Parks were Col. It. G. Williams, who ban had drowned in Licking river, near Newcharge of the correspondence from this port, by their boat capsizing. The American Tin Plate factory, at place for some months, left yesterday to Elmwood, Ind., was dedicated by Gov. enter upon his course of study in Con-tr- o College. Tho good wishes of all acMcKinley as an "American industry." company Richard. William H. Tow, township trustee An incendiary (lied tho barn of J. at Mitchell, Ind., was killed by City Marshal L. D. Moore, being taken for a H. Jarrett, near Brodhead, a few7 nights burglar. since, destroying a quantity of hay, tu o John L. Sullivan has written a let- mowing machines, etc. J. Smith, Hter to James J. Corbctt accepting the ires ted on suspicion, wan released and champion's proposition to spar.'at his the officers are on ttie track of another man. benefit. Mrs. G. W. McCltro attended the Judge Morris was nominated for burial of Josie Farris, at Danville. Mr. Governor of Connecticut by the Demo- Jack Adams and wife, of Garrard, aro cratic State Convention, which met at visiting the family of Willis Adams, this place. Mr. Jack Adams, Jr., has moved Hartford. his family to the Willis Adams farm, The dots of the Cincinnati capital- weBtoftown, which ha recently purists, John and George Carlisle, foot up chased for $3,000. Quite a number of witnesses and at$020,700, while their assets are estimated torneys from Knox county aro in attendat $350,000. , ance at court inthe case of Faulkner New Jersey democrats in State con- Lumber Co. Court will likely adjourn Thursday. In the case of Win. vention nominated Judge Wcrls, of Hudson county, for governor, after a turbu- Fair, the young man who killed Hilton, in June, the jury gav a State's prison lent session. term of 17 years. This caso will likely If all tho locomotives in tho United go to tho court of nppealH. The grand States were coupled together they would jury found about 20 indictments 'during make a train of solid iron and Bteol their ten days' sitting. Scarcely a drunken man was seen Juring this term. over COO miles long. Train robbers EvanB nnd Sontag killed three and wounded others of a : poBSo which tried to capture them at OK Sampson F'ats, Cal. A negro was lynched at Lnrned, Storo-rooValuable Kas., for attempting to outrage a woman and Kansas is not one of the lato ConGARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. federate States either. R. S. Hatelden'H Adm'r, Plsinlifr. vs. K. S. Pulaski county democrats instruct- HasuMcn's Heirs, Defendant, in Equity. ed their delegates to vote for Hon. Sam lly virtue ol n Judgment of the Garrard Circuit O. Hardin for Congress in the conven- Court at its August term, 1897, in tho above styled suit, I will, ou tion to bo held at London, Sopt. ID. Tho Republican State Convention of MONDAY, SEPT. 28 ,1892, Texas at Fort Worth, Wednesday decid- At ii o'clock, a in., or thereabout!, (being the it ed not to put any State ticket in tho day of the September term, 1897, nf the Garrard County Court) sell to the highest bidder at public Held, but to vote for tho bolting demo- outcry, before the door In .Lancaster Ky., tho following described property, vir: cratic candidate for governor. The People's party held a conven- A Two-Sto- ry Brick Storo-Hous- o, tion at Newport and nominated William On the West aldo of the Public Square, In LancasOgdon, of Campbell county, as, a candi- ter, Ky , on Lot No. 5. Said Is about a 24 date for Congress in the Gth district. A 100 feet long, bythe feet wide, with 7 good cellar Ood office are (eloiv. Above candidate for presidential elector wbb rooms. The lot on which the houe stands exot Brod-hea- d, First Shipment Dress Goods For the Kail season and all the new things. mmM rlMsV'Vl m a-- m w JL HVTTFI QTfiFTrE v WL J - 1KMLZM,JLM j j New Ginghams, Pcnangs, Prints, &c. Thelargcst and handsomest line of Hamburgs, Terchon and Linen Edgings we have ever shown. A Large stock of Emerson's Men's Shoes, acknowledged the best. "No-sirrah.- BIGIVJIIIMANOIJ GSR TK jWsBwCJraWft4a & (UKT0 ' brdatl? OtHfcJaHaM Mi Eesk W.B.acRDBERTS, jDRrTTGCIST, Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. Call and secure Bargains. EEAE OF A. C. SINE POST-OFFIC- E HOOM. J. N,. to-da- & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Offlcc MKNEVKI i STANFORD LUMBER YARD, and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. -- Commissioner's -m, Sale. etc.. H.6.RUPLEY,-V CjkvM rciranirTOBS la Receiving His tw)k Give me " FAILILrWIIO?jEM (BOBS Goods Warranted and a Pcrlect Fit Guaranteed. call. Court-Itous- o Store-hou- se Store-roo- also nominated. - Gov. Brown signod tho death warrant of Oscar Jones, of Bath county, fixing Nov. 4th as tho day on which he will be hanged for tae murder of the marshal of Sharpsburg. There was a split in the Colorado democratic convention on the question of seating "Weaver democrats, " who favored fusion. Tho opponents of fusion withdrew and the convention then indorsed the People's party electoral ticket. tends from the west end of the house back to tho alley. Also BRICK HOUSB and LOT On whst Is known as Lot No. 7 In said town. This below and fronting on houie has two North tide of Public Square, with 7 rooms suitable foi residence TERMS: The sale will be made on a credit of 6 and sa months, the purchaser being required tu storo-rooi- Perfectly rafe, economical, no smoke, no ashes, no. soot; cook in halt the time. The housekeepers task made easy. If you wish to long-dreade- d GASOLINE COOK : STOVE Buy her a Gasoline Stove .at . execute bonds with approved security, payable to the Master Commissioner, havinir. the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may Issue If not paid at maturity, and bearing 6 per cent interest from day of sale until paid, and with a lien retained upon property as additional securi. ty for the purchase money. Possession of proper given on tr will b bonds. immediately R. A.execution of satUUKNSIDK, isfactory M. C. Garrard Circuit Court, Lancaster, Ky. 58 Seep a Smile on Your Wife's Face, B. K. & "W.H. WEAREN'S. MuMiiiri1"11 f.A nlP.. '". -- v& r'iriitf'stiThirh"1!'''' Jbtittfeik teLbjU i "!W A-aMiI ' rrf htkm i vflh.! ,'T7rr7?gpcgw,g' .., PKi,? fW '45 fBfflS T7TF Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1C, 1892 A SONQ FOR THE CHILDREN, Stanford, Ky., Skitemiier B.C. WAbON, bub. Manager Ob, It I could Sing the song I would, Do you know what that fiong would hot Twould. bo ono to ring And Joy to bring Prom tbo east to the western sex . HUSTON VILLE ACADEMY RBV.W.W BIIUOE, Principal; MIBB KATE BOOLE, Opens Primary, Intermediate and Advanced Grade. boy. for Hpeclal attcntlou given to preparing College. Assistant; 1st Monday In Sept. Tho children nil Itfl clarion call Should echo with hoarU grown glad, And ovorywhero Its cheery lr Malco sorrowing souls less sad, It would hold tho noto Of tho linnet's throat And tho meadow-lark'- s trill of glee. And tho katydid's dear I.lttlo chirp, and queer, Quaint chlmo of the chlck-o-dcTho crlckot's chlr And the velvet whir Of butterflies' wings; and tho hum Of liuy bees And tho talk of tho trees. When tho wild winds wandering come. Tho sound of tho sea In Its rhythm would be, And tho drip of tho brier-bounrill, And tho broken dream Of the old d mill-strea- 'boj's. boys. His companion shambled down tho embankment to obtain, at tho turn table near tho locomotive shed across cinder with which tho railroad, a red-hto light his pipe. "Do you youngsters know people hero by tho name of Kershaw?" began the tall tramp standing beside tho two ot a bit o' bread an' meat by the way, it wouldn't hurt" "I'll try," nnsworcd tho tall tramp "I'm goln' to ask the kids yondor, first, if any o' my pcoplo still live hero." Tho tall tramp strodo over to tho two Hoth remained sitting on tho grass. One shook his head. The other said: Tho tramp was silent for a moment Then it occurred to him that his mother had taken his stepfather's name and his sister might bo married. Therefore he asked: "How about a fnmlly named Coatcs?" 47ftC,mKkvWJVv7RUtK,Ju.tonv,lle.Ky. "No." TABLERSnil C bugkeyeHILC OINTMENT A CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 years astho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. CU.t ST.tOClft. Trtptr SURE 7 rilHUUDMVTm.onUn. .....IK VOU ARE G01H0 NORTH 0R WEST, ... ... THK. LoonviUt It the 4 NaaMvllir. R. R. tine for you.aiiu LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Ker all Double cloDally Trains connection at Make point. "MSKlTc'rP.JD Q THROUGH Stanford, Ky. t ForanylnforrnaMlonjuhf W. W. PENN, Tray. Pa.. Agent, City, Ky Junction ...... TAKKTI IK HitTutjitTAtiriiT CsiCAia Bf ifir THE WORLD'S FAIR ..MNETO...... OMHAG09 l POINTS au.. rviTwr.snr v jtty V AP ...And.... NOHTHW3EST., Sleeping Cara Fiee.t nd belt Vt.ttbuled Uuffci od Parlor Car en all train. quick No change of cara, belt accommodation., ratei. cit time and lowrataddreia For Information Chicago. J AS. BARKER, O P. A., CRUSH. D- - ' A.. Louiivtlle. V. fcoxrille, tatolaad hf R. R. & Louisville DoubleDa,lyScbedule.inEnetJuly7fig9i fflyK'ly A.M. ..r. m. io 10 10 10 10 99 99 loot I,... Knox ville..... .......... SjO ...... 5M 63S K. & O.J unction 6 jo .. ......Ileverly...,.. 8J8 yoi Maloneyrille- on 718 Oirryton, .. Luttrell 9 3 7iS Powder Spring . 7 47 6i ioVy Dfy r. m. A.M. 4 45 i jo S4 8 j6 'S J JO 39 JOS 4 5 4 41 4 1 8 05 7 41 7SJ M iB 8 ta 15 8 19 7 8 17 49 84a 7 59 , . -- ...... .Wa.hbum William. Siirinc-- . , ,..(akman 3 39 4I 7" 7" a" 700 007 7)3 8ji ti II II II 17 909 ..Clinch Kver.. ..Lone Mountain.. ...Tazewell ...Powell River- .. Arthur ,. 35 19 3 J7 " oj 11 11 lMS 93O 9 4 9" 9 iS 930 39 4" a 41 Pour Seaicna. ..... ., A ithur ..... Hamilton Sntlnz. Cumberland Gap- - $ 56 5 50 3 3$ 5 10 5 13 4 3V 4 S5 33 .... ... n 07 91J 16 II 10 loos lo 10 ...Tunnel Junction M. II. Junction....... Mlddleboro. NORTH HOUNO. L. 1 10 1 M tos tool i"ln riimtictliiid Liar. Corbtll Livingston ,u " (, ,. ,.10 oop ra 50 pm Lexington Pari Arrive Loul.vllte Cincinnati Wlnche.tcr ...I ' ,S0 UtH HUUMJ. L. V N... ,. Leae Cincinnati ....... " nj I 30 ... 3 45 m .... 3 30 m 4 30 am .. 7 03 a m 10 a in 1. ; Arrive Parla iuiaviuu ,10 1 " 1 " Wl&rmade iiSO?r ... 45 " I.ivingiton . 3301m ' Corbin ......... 313am . unp Cumberland Clncmtiat Pullman Palace Car Knoavillo to tri,H North and wllhrJI Lexington Winctieiter ,.....u'iopm 7 3 o 45 30 ii AS Pm V pm Pm ssrcV'on ar1 cr foot Wt tmt and Depot Ticket omcc, A.SITH.tttr MKoranTlnfo"matVlo,n,..,o route., rate., te.,.p- Ply l Agt., W. A. BLY, Acting Gn;i P HENRY XTtnn. HMkmM. Schedule July 17. 9- LEAVE NORTON DAILY p m for Graham, Illuefield, Pocahontaa '"! ?Se.d "o? Btneld, Radlord, Roanoke Alto I vnchburg, RUUmoad and Norfolk. WMhlnrfon, 0 and and (v.a '"Nor-fol- ""n. brul.man1l1 CXm k P will leave BluwCcId daily at oj in. 3 7 trout the Ea.t dally at lna arrive at Norton 1 Limited, a train twattof iW ofPullmSnCoacbe.and .leeplnecar nioi lly to via Norto"P and Radford; al.o Radlord alio Rad. New York. "ii Shenandoah Junction, Rich. to Washington! al.o from Lynchburg to Gool. "Train, for Pocahonta.. PowhaUn and w , a S " Loul.viUe to LN0?tVBound Limited leave. lUdloyJ ii . P m. todott w Gn.PWBAU8t.Ho,nok'.,Va. "lie's tho boss down at tho freight "William Albert, station. Agent, I think they call him." Thomas Kershaw nndbeloved Bon of tho late his wife Rachel; born In "Where does this Mrs. Coatcs live?" Dnckvlllo, Augusts, ISC'; drowned In tho AlleThe flaroof the flro "Sho lives with the Hnckctts. Would gheny river near Pittsburgh, July 2f, IS77, while When tho a me leaps higher, you like to sco the house? Me and Dick heroically endeavoring to savo tho lifo of a Tbo crackling of nuts In Its glow; has to go past it on the way home. Wo' 11 child." tramp Tho crinkling, aloof, The laughed and then uttered show you." Crisp creep on tho roof, , When the froat steals up like a foe. "Yes, I would like to sco the house." a sigh. "I wonder," The boys urosc, one of thorn rather poor bloke It Is he said, aloud, "what silvery swing The that's doiu' duty for mo sleepily. They led tho way across tho Of skates that ring, under the ground here!" Tho laughter merry and gay; railway company's lot, then ulong a And at the thought that lie owed un And tbo drowsy prayer, ' sparsely built-ustreet, and around tv lly mamma's chair, excellent posthumous reputation to tho corner into a more populous but quiet At tho close of lovely dayl highway. At the corner was a grocery .unknown who had happened to reKato M. Cloary, In N. V. Ledger. s store; beyond that wero semble him fifteen yenrs before, ho and y houses, fronted laughed louder. Haviugno one near to neat and airy HIS OTHER SELF. by yards closed in by iron fences. Ono ! share his mirth ho looked up at tho of these houses had a littlo piazza, on nmiablo moon nnd nodded knowingly thereat as If to say: sat two children. Tho Vngrtmt Who Road Ills Own whichopen door and from twoFrom tho "This is a fine joke wo'ro enjoying windows half Inscription. between us, Isn't it?" camo light. "That's Hackctt's house," said one of heAnd by und by ho remembered that was being waited for, and ho strode On a July evening at dusk two boys the boys. emtho sat near the crest of a ims-grow"Thanks, very much," replied the from the grave nnd from tho cemetery.Hy railroad the short tramp, havbankment by the railroad at tho west- tramp, continuing to walk with them. ern side of a Pennsylvania town. They Tho boys looked surprised at hli not l ing smoked all tho refuso tobacco in talked tn low tones of the sky's glow stopping at tho house, but they said his possession, was growing Impatient Already tho expected coal train had above where tho sun had set beyond nothing. tho low hills across tho rircr; and also At the next corner tho tramp spoko heralded Its advent by whistle and puff of the star and of tho moon, which was up: "I thjnk I'll go back now. Goodanu roar when his associate joined him. "Found out all you wanted- to over the housetops behind them. There night, youngsters!" know?" queried the stout littlo vagwas notho of insects chirping in tho The boys trudged on, and the tramp grass and of steam escaping from loco- retraced his steps. When ho reached abond, starting down the embankment mount motive boilers In the engine shed. the Hucketts' house ho paused at tho to "Yep," tho train. answered tho tall vagrant A rumble sounded from the north gate. The children, a boy of eight and and in thnt direction a locomotire head- a girl of six, looked nt him curiously contentedly. The small man grasped the iron rod light camo into viow. It ncarecr as tho from the piazza. to tho of ono rumble grew louder and soon a freight "Are you Mr. Hackctt's little boy and attached cars sidoswung of the moving coal and his foot into train appeared. Tills rolled past at tho girl," he asked. foot of tho embankment. The girl stepped back to the hall the Iron stirrup beneath. His comFrom between two grain cars leaped door and stood there. The boy looked panion mounted tho next car In the n man r.nd after him another. So rap- up at the tramp, and answered: "Yes, same way. "Aro you all right, Kersh?" shouted idly was tho train moving that they sir." back the short tramp, standing safe seemed to be hurled from it. Iloth "Is your mother In?" alighted upon their feet. One, tall and "No, she's acrobs tho street nt Mrs. abovo tho "bumpers." "All right" replied the tall tramp, lithe, led tho way up the embankment. Johnson's." fotlowcd by tho other, who was short "She'll be back soon," added tho girl. climbing upon the end of a car. "Hut and stocky. "Grandmother's in. though," contin- don't evor call mo Kersh any more. "Hums," whispered one of tho boys ued the boy. "Would you llko to sco After this I'm always Hill the Bum. Hill Kershaw's dead" and he added, at tho top of tho embankment. her?" to himself: "and decently buried on tho tramps stood still when they Tho "No, no! Don't call her. I just hill over there under tho moon." readied tho top. Even In tho half-ligwanted to sec your mother." it could bo been that their clothes were "Do you know mamma?" inquired Kobert N. Stephens, in Philadelphia Press. frayed and torn. They woro the girl. cost-ofhats; tho tall man, whoso faco I knew her brother, your "Well no! THE POLITICAL WISEACRE. and made a protenso of uncle." was clean-cu- t Others with Ilia being smooth shaven, hod a pliable "We haven't any uncle except Uncle Uo r.oves to Impri-Wonderful Knowledge. ono; the other was capped by a dented George, and he's pupa's brother," said In every community, bo It large or dorby. tho boy. small, you will find one or more politi"Here's yer towu nt lnstl And it "What! not an Uncle Will Unclo cal wiseacres. Presidential year tho looks llko a veo jay place at that;" Will Kershaw?" said the short tramp to tho tall one, "O ht yes," assented tho boy. "Did political wiseacre Is right in his glory, casting his eyes toward the house roofs you know him before he died? That nnd for tho next six months he will fairly revel in street corner prophecies eastward. was a long time ago." I prognostications. The boys, sitting twenty feet away, Tho tramp mado no other outward and dry goods-bo- x became silent and cautiously watched manifestation of his surprise than to nm at n loss to know how the political tho newcomers. be silent and motionless for a time. wiseacre lives, for ho disdains toil us Yep," replied tho tull tramp, in a Presently ho bald in a trembling voice: something altogether too vulgar for a man of brainpower to deep but serious and quiet voice; "and "Yes beforo he died. Do yott remem- with. Ihis massive however, that dally suspect, he Is right about hero's tho spot where I ber when ho died?" kept In food nnd raiment by a drudging jumped on a freight train f tee years "Oil, no. That was when mamma ago, the night I run away from home. was a girl. She und grandmother often wifo who cither takes in washing or That seems like ycbtcrday, though I've talk about it, though. Uncle Will keep boarders to the end that her lord not been horo since." sturtcd west, you know, when he was nnd master may lift up his voice in tho ''Skipped a good homo becauso tho fifteen years old. Ho was standing on busy haunts of men nnd declare, as ono old lady brought a new dadl You a bridge out near Pittsburgh ono day having authority, "what's what, and wouldn't catch 1110 beiug run out by no and he saw a littlo girl fall into tho who's who," in a political sense. the national conventions meet the stepfather! llillj you was rash!" river. Ho jumped In to save her, but "Mcbbo I was. Hut on thedend, l'ete, ho was drowned, 'cause his head hit a poMlcal wlscacro has it all figured out it was mostly jcalousj. I thought my stone and that stunned him. They who will be nominated nt each, nnd algenerally guesses the wrong mother couldn't caro for mo nny moro didn't know It was Unclo Will or who though he not tho least abashed, but desho could tako a second husband. My it was, at first, but mamma read about men, he is if votes himself for the remainder of tho sister thought so, too, but sho wasn't it itl tho papors and Grandpa Coates season to predicting who will be elected nblo to get away like me! Of course I went out to see if it wasn't Uncle Will. at the polls. At least every three or four was wrong. It was boyish pique drove Grandpa 'dontlfled him and they weeks mo away. I didn't funcy having anbrought him back here, but, what do hlm6clfduring the campaign ho conducts in an exceedingly mysterious other man in my dead father's place, you think, the doctor wouldn't allow his either. And I wanted to get around them to open his coffin, and so grand- manner, and takes and acquaintances whispers a lot see tho world a biL After I'd gono ma und mamma couldn't bee him. He's aside, ono au,a time, and I often wished 1 hadn't I'd never im- burled up In the graveyard, next Grand- of incoherent nonsense about So und So agined how much I loved mother and pa Kershaw, and there's a littlo monu- withdrawing. Ho delights in having sis. Hut I was tougher and prouder in ment there that tells all about how he people believe that ho is on the inside somo ways than most kid. You can't died tryln' to save a littlo girl from and knows nil of tho moves that aro made on tho political chessunderstand that sort of thing, Pete. drownln'. I can read it, but Mamie can't going to behe deceives no one board, but and only And you can't guess how I feel bcln' She's my littlo sister there." succeeds in making a very ridiculous timo in fifteen back hero for the tlrst The tramp had seated himself on the years. Think of it, I was just fifteen-whe- piazza step. Ho was looking vacantly exhibition of hlmbclf, Detroit Free I came away. Why, I spent half before him. He remained so until tho Press. my life here, I'etie!" In Case of Sunatrokn. boy, frightened at his silence, moved 'Oh, 1'vo read soinowherc about that further from hltn toward, tho door. Tho first thing to bo dono for a tho way great men feel when they Then tho tramp orose suddenly. man is to tako him to tho coolvisit their nutlvo towns." "Well," ho said, huskily, "I won't est spot that can bo found near by a Tho short tramp took a clay pipe vait to seo your mamma. You needn't well ventilated cellar or basement, unfrom his coat pocket und stuffed into it tell her about mo boin' here. Hut, say der a shade tree, or even in tho shadow a cigar end fished from another pocket could I just got a look at at your of a building. Then loosen his clothes . Then ho inquired: grandma, without her knowing any- and apply cold water to his head and spine preferably not Ico water while, "And now you're here, Hilly, what thing about' it?" are you go'n' to do?" The boy took his sister's hand and tho arms, legs nnd chest may bo "Only ask around what's become o' withdrew Into tho doorway. Then he bathed with tepid water containing ammy folks, then go away. It won't take said: "Why, of course. You can seo monia or carbonate of soda. Tho best position for tho patient while this treatlong." her through the window." "There'll bo a through coal train Tho tramp stood against tho edgo ment is being carried out is lying on along in about an hour, 'cord in' to what of the piazza upon his toes, and craned his left' side, for in that position the tho flagman told us at that last town. his neck to seo through one of tho blood will mora easily flow from tho 'Will you bo back in timo to bounce ligHted windows. So ho remained head to tho heart Tho administration that?" for several seconds. Once during that of any alcoholic stimulant is of doubt"Yes. Wc needn't stay hero. There's time he closed his eyes, and the mus- ful Bafety, and drinks of ico water aro littlo to bo picked up in a place like cles of his face contracted. Then he likely to kill instead of cure. Cold tea this," opened his eyes again. They were or coffee is recommended, as is also "Then 6kin, along and make yer in- moist lemon juleo and water. Blisters along vestigations. I'll sit here and smoke Ue could see a gentle old lady, vf itk the epine are often followed by good till you come back. If yoa could pinch smooth gray hair and an expression of effects. N. Y. Press. 11 p dry-good- still. The flutter of fleet, I'lno fairy feet. That dance till tbo dawn nppcars; And tho surge of corn In tho summer morn, Bustling Its golden siears. Tbo lisp of the wheat. And tho whispers sweot When tho clovers their secret tell, Tho scamper from school To ewlm In tho pool, Tho tlnklo or supper-bell- . The runh of tho rain At the window pano, When the earth Is pa.thod with drouth: The clinking ball Of pearls In the pall, Sweot for tbo baby's taoutlu foatn-tru- rottcred, but "None hore," Replied one of tho boys. Hut tho other said: "Coatcs? That's tho name of Tommy Hackctt's grandmother. Don't you know, Dick old Mrs. Coatcs." The tramp drew and expelled a quick, nudlblo breath. "Then," ho said, "this Mrs. Coatcs must bo tho mother of Tommy's mother. Do you know what Tommy's mother's first name Is?" "I heard Mom call her Alice once." Tho tramp's eyes glistened. "And Mr. Coatcs?" ho Inquired "Oh, I never heard of hint. I guess ho died long ugo." "And Tommy Hackctt's father, who's j he?" calm and not unhappy melancholy. Sho wan sitting in a rocking chair, her hands resting on the arms, her look fixed unconsciously on the paper on tho wall. Sho was thinking, and evidently her thoughts, though sad, perhaps, were not keenly palnfuL Tho tramp read that much upon her face. Presently, without a word, ho turned about nnd hurried awny, closing ' the gate after him. When tho two children told about their visitor later, their mother said: "You mustn't talk to strango men, Tommy. You and Mamie should have como right in to grandma." Their father said: "Ho was probably looking for n chance to steal something. I'll let the (logout In the yard And their grandmother: "I suppose ho was only u man who likes to hear children talk, nnd, perhaps, poor fellow, ho lias no littlo ones of his own." The tramp knew the way to tho cemetery. Hut first ho found tho house where ho had lived as a boy It looked painfully rickety and surprisingly small. So lie hastened from beforo It, nnd went up by a hack street across the town creek and up a hill, where at last ho stood before the cemetery gate. It was locked; so ho climbed over the wall. Ho went still further up tho hill, past tombstones that looked very whlto and trees that looked very green in the moonlight At tho top of tho hill he found his father's grave. Heside it was another mound and at tho head of this n plain Httlo pillar. Tito moon was high now nnd the tramp was used to seeing in the night Word by word ho could slowly read upon the marble this inscription: to-nig- rreparlng for an Emergency. Lieutenant (to his orderly) Johann, go to tho restaurant and bring mo a beefsteak with onions. Orderly Lleutcnent, I tako tho liberty of reminding you that yon aro invited out to dinner "Whcro havo I been Invited out to to-da- y. 1 Lk-- U-- J a-. ToCK SS& tv SWIMMING AU HORSE. ? vj dinner?" "You havo been Invited to dino with tho privy councilor. Von Schmidt" "So I have to dine with tho old raiser. I must not go thcro unprepared. Johann, t go to the restaurant and bring mo two beefsteaks with onions." From the German. Deapatr. "Miss Hlnklcy, will you bo my wife?" "Why, surely, Mr. Sappy, you must know I am engaged to Harry Watkins." "Great Scottl Is there a girl tn town that Isn't engaged? You are tho seventh I've asked this week." Harper's Bazar. Not Tyrant. "Yon have got a new hired girl, I see, Mrs. Youngwife." "Yes; I got her alwut n week ago." "How do you llko her?" "Very much Indeed. She lets mo do almost as I llko about the house." N. Y. Press. An Earnest Worker. Hungry Hlgglns Where you been for de las' tree clays? Weary Wntktns Heen workln' for do May Successfully flow it tlnrae and Kid Croon m Suotlu Ntreum. A hero may ho roa ;rn who run n chance of having to ri across a swollen stream and it tiuty to swim. Tbo safety of lwth rider at liorso may dc- pond on the action of iho rider in such an emergency. Pictu 3 are often seen 1 ticket "Meal ticket. polls Journal. A "Wat ticket?" Wood yard." Indian-- n Frank No; the janitor runs that Pryor What In thunder do you run? Frank Well, I run back and forth. Truth. Iln Might .Hurry Ilrr. Mrs. De Korura I hi'ard you kissing my Bon. Servant No. ma'arn. he was kissing me. Mrs. Do Koruin Worse and worse. You must go nt once Texas Slftlngs. Appreciation. Evo were compelled to leave the Garden of Eden forever. Now was not that Iluabnnd' .Jurisdiction, Pryor Do you run your household? Frank No; my wife runs that Pryor Ah, I see, yon run the office. two-stor- "And then. Waldo dear, Adam and 1 n I - awful?" Couldn't "I don't know, mamma. they have come to Boston?" Jury. Adding Torture to runUhinent. Teacher (who has Just chastised Tommy lu the usual place) Now go and Tying Up Wool. sit down! No part of preparing wool for market Don't you Tommy OhI its presentability than think you have punished mo enough al- adds moro to In tho first placo nothproper tying. ready? Puck. ing but pure wool should bo brought Not Afraid. pnto tho tying board. All wet or soiled Husband If you don't stop using locks should bo clipped off, and any those cosmetics, you'll have facial pa- straw, chaff or other foreign substances ralysis. picked off or shook out as much as pos- Wife Well, you've often, bald my features look best In repose. N. Y Weekly. boo-ho. representing horsemen sitting bolt up right in their saddles swimming their horses acres a stream, tho wholo lino of the horses' ba ts being vislblo abovo tho water. Thog rtists who make these pictures can harfi ly havo ridden a horso while tho animaj was swimming or Been tho thing dono.'. A French cavalry om, :;r in a military journal of Paris giveja this account of tho way u horso should not bo ridden and tho way he shotl 1 bo ridden in swimming u stream: fl 'o begin with, it must not bo supposec. that a horse al- ways swims naturally id with caso tho motnent ho is off his ' :ot in tho water; tho aniinul under snul circumstances ho3 but ono notion, to If ep his head out of tho water und to lif ty his shoulders as high as possible. In dqi tg this his hind qnarterssink nnd ho ln s himself standing almost on his tail or in a position erect 6 such a position, if tho driver draws iifon his reins, or throws his body hack in tho least, the animal'u hind quarters! will sink moro and more, his body will iako a vertical position, nnd beating tlo water uselessly with his foro feet ho win sink. As soon us his horso gets off his feet in tho water let the rider" grasp a handful of the animal's mane,, leaning at the saino time well forwnrd'npon his shoulder, but without touching tho horse's head. The rider's knees should bo pressed tightly to tho horso's sides, otherwiso ho is likely to bo swept off by tho water. This is tho only position that will enablo u man to remain in tho saddlo und tho horso to swim at the famo timo. Tho reins must be held loosely, and each well to ono side. If the horso is to lo guided in tho water give tho looso rein a littlo jerk in tho direction desired. But it is in tho highest degree important never to pull on tho rein. Nor'wcst Farmer. ; three-quarters 'K 1S '! -. 2 i. . i i M '.d n v. fJS , Guilty. " "Sullivan was arrested for having his hands In his pockets the other day." "How could they arrest him for that?" "Carrying Puck. concealed (if III '. V weapons." Ability. S ii for a pantomime." In "Is Barrows a bright writer?" "Well, I don't like to say that he Isn't He's just the mirn for tho words Judge. l. Sunday-Schoo- The Kitrnt u H.'"! it g, T "Why should wo say to Satan 'Get thee behind me1' " asked the teacher. "So that we shall get ahead of him," returned tho bright boy. Puck. Those Trails) Why does tho maiden next to me Turn red and then turn paleV I novcr saw tho girl before. And yet I'm on her tralL Detroit Free Press. A I.ITTLK IIAMPKREO. FOLDING BOARD FOR TYINO WOOL. Notches In edge of board are for holding twine. siblo. Then tho fleece, with tho fresh sido down, should bo drawn together closely, bo that when it is folded too much of tho inside will not bo exposed. I i': - - 11 11 Mir Hc-io- ro Two strings each way is ample and as littlo as will keep tho fleece together in best shape, less rather than moro Bhouhi bo used, as n stringy lot of wool j:i8tly makes n bad impression upon tho sorter. Each fleeco should bo tied up separately and compactly, but not close enough to givo it a suspiciously soggy, heavy feeling. This is very apt to impress tho bnyer with tho idea that tho fleeco contains too much oil or dirt, making it liable to heavy shrinkage tho bugbear of all wool buying. There aro various kinds of presses und other mechanical devices for doing tip wife!, but tho simple fiat folding hoard, which with eight common hinges nny farmer cau nn.ke, is uearly always preferred by tho busy shepherd. Tho center board should bo about twelve inches square; also tho two end boards, while tho two sides should bo jnst as long as tho three. A littlo prac-tic- o will soon teach nny ono how to do up tho fieece in tho neatest manner. Dakota Farmer. ' 'ft Jl sun-struc- k Hones' Names. Tho naming of horses that aro inVery Likely. Mother Who is that young fellow tended as candidates for 'popular support on tho turf is sometimes of imwho is calling on you now? Daughter I think he intends to bo a portance, because an attractive namo is minister. He said he wanted to take apt to influence to some degree the largo o clasd of bettors, especially of tho orders. gender, who mako their modest guess he's looking Mother Huhl investments with no other guido than for a job as waiter. N. Y. Weekly. chance. And certainly in tho selection A Great Tiling of nppropriato and euphonious names Ben Wouldn't it be nice to havo an tho good taste of an owner is clearly unclo in the circus business? Bhown. Carl Yes, Indcedl Just think how An instance of a singularly happy nice all tho fellows at school would name must bo credited to Mark Twain, treat you! Harper's Young People. who called his horso Baalbeo, "becauso ho is such a magnificent ruin," adding Not Tied to it. She Your English friend seems to tho further rcwnrkablo statement, "Ho is a mare." It is not given to all owners be dreadfully uneasy. He Yes. no has on a suit of Amer- to find such felicitous names as this, bnt ican clothes that fits him and It makes tho list of prominent racers of the day reveals much ingenuity and affords an him uncomfortable. Judge. interesting field for research. Why He Stolo It. runner Boston, tho great Johnny, what and tho slro of tho long distance Mamma (severely) famous Lexington, cako? mado you steal that of tho "hub of Brooklyn was not named in honor tho fascinating My appetite. Johnny the universe," but after Life. game of cards called "Boaston" in A Clear Case. Hoylo, but moro generally known aa She Who do you think could have Boston, and tho horso received the name picked my pocket? because ho was purchased with the profHo Nobody in tho world but your its of a luclcy bout at tho game. New Life. dressmaker. York Herald, Truth. fern-inin- 1 V ' '..;$ .. s 'J, ) Tl ff' V 'tJ :- Lt4 V, - - ,' t . . . JLi? j . 1LJ 'f . 8k" M ' "Ms. ; l3f!WS" Jtfl .)V....i;:w An Unpleasant Duty Performetl. t' - -, v JiMMwwaig'1 njrY w'iiwjf," - ""f Xiot or Stolen. M. i . 4 , "Brother Lastly," Bald tho spokesman, clearing his throat, "I have an unpleasant duty to perform. There Is a 6tAHTORD, KYm SEPTEMBER 1G. 1R92 report to tho effect that you havo said one of tho best and most worthy members of our congregation b unablo to attend services often on account of not W. P. WALTON. having good enough clothes. Wo havo como to ask tho namo of that member. I We don't know of any such person, and a report of that kind Is likely to reflect does not upon us as a Twenty Building Lots look after Itscongregation thatmembers. . poor but worthy corporate limits of Rowland. In the Will you tell us who It is?" "Certainly, brethren," replied Rev. II. I. DARST. Rowland. Mr. Lastly, with a bravo attempt to be chccrfuL "It's my wfe," Chicago Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal For Sal Tribune. A Consollnjj Wlfq. 4Kzift .- -- Cb1 k HffW Junction City Marble&GraniteWorks . r JUNCTION CITY, KY. Have juit erected a new Marble and Granite Houso and am fullv prepared to fill orderi for all kind ot Marble and Granite work. I have in my employ skilled workmen from the East. My freight facilities can nct.be excelled and 1 will not be 33 JOE S. WRIGHT. Actor's Wife Why so depressed, Claude? What has come over you? am cast for a part that is Claude unworthy of me. Still, ft I decline it I am liable to be discharged really do not know how to act under tho circum- stances. Wife Well, Clnude, you don't know ' how to act under tho circumstances anyhow, so don't let that distress you. Texas Sittings. Plus Probably. tieorge kvcry time I put my arm around you I am tempted to hand you over to the police. Ethel How you frighten inc. What crime do I commit? George You carry concealed weapons. N. Y. Herald. Put tho Foo to Flight. Mother The grocer sends word that ho gave you an extra dozen of eggs by mistake. Where are they? Small Boy I seed I had a dozen to spare, so I threw 'em at some boys wot was kiddln' me. You oughter seen 'cm scoot. Good News. 1 1 J I OKLAHOMA'S BIG INJUN. Tbe Territory Represented by at Shawnee Warrior. Outsldo of tho men of national prominence, the man who attracted tho most attention nt tho republican convention was a member of tho Oklahoma delego ationa man to famo and politics unknown. When tho Oklahoma republicans met in 'territorial convention, says tho Chicago Herald, they widely from all precedent, and fitly choso a American Indian as ono of their representatives at tho national convention. Tho man chosen was White Turkey, chief of tho Ho is a abscnteo Shawnecs. Indian and a direct descendant of tho great Tccumselu His father was for many years tho leader of this tribe, and under his guidance, in 1830, they left their early homo in Missouri and went to tho Sabino country, whero they had been promised a largo grant of land by tho Mexican government. At tho breaking out of the Mexican war tho tribe migrated to tho Indian territory, nnd it was while on this pilgrimage that Whlto Turkey was lorn nnd received his namo from n fowl of that description soon after brought in by a hunter. At tho breaking out of tho civil war tho Shawnees sided with tho north, and wcro so persecuted 03 their southern neighbors that tho entirov tribo emigrated to Kansas and remained until tho war was over. Hero White Turkey and eighty other members of tho tribo enlisted in tho Fourteenth Kansas cavalry. Ho served two years faithfully, and was several times wounded. At tho close of tho war ho was mustered out and, returning to his tribo in tho territory, married a Shawnee girL In 18S5 ho succeeded bis father as chief, and has sinco been influential in inducing his subjects to adopt tho ways of clviliza- Foil-ltlooil- We Tho car was not half full, but tho Liver will pay the above reward for any cao weight Complaint, Iyppia, SicV Headache, InRED youth in tho now spring suit plumped digestion, Constipation or Costivenrat we can not about 900AND WHITE SCROTI STEF.R, turn, pounds, rnthtr paunchy and horns himself down by the side of tho hand- cure with West's Vegetable Liver 1'ills, when the ed up. Was taken or escaped from a paatnre I directions are strictly complied with. They aro hadrenteJ near Ilustonville last week. Heward some girl in gray. purely vegetable and never fail to give satislac-tio- n. lor his return or for ittformutlon lesding to his re"Possibly aw you are holding this Sugar coated. Large botes containing 30 covery. I S TEV1S, Shelby City, Ky. lmiiauoni. 35c imwareoi couniericus miu ri.- - i.Vh Beat," ho Bald with a smile, "for some I'ljis, genuine ...t. by u Willi w. r he manuUctured I Tht Old She Mean ? $500 REWARD. )icro-tofor- gentleman?" West "I was," she said, with a smllo of dis- ny. appointment, "but he doesn't seem to Co., Chicago, til. Kor safe by A K. l'en oj-i- John II. Castleman. A O, Lanhara do-part-ed full-blood- havo come." And the youth in tho new spring suit presently got up and wnndercd ou into the next car ahead. Demorcst's Magazine. JAPANESE 4. ROYAL insurance Company, Olf LIVERPOOL. Ci A now and Complete full-blood- ed treatment, consisting of suppositories, Ointment In Capsule?; also in lot Her Way. 'and pills; a positive cure for Kxtcrrul, Internal, Wlthcrby My wife got a dress hero llliiid or Bleeding, Itching, Chronic, Recent or Hurcditary I'les. This remedy has neUT been yesterday and It hasn't been delivered Vnown fail Si per box. 6 lor J5; sent by mail. to yet. Why suffer from this terrible disease when a writClerk Yes; I remember tho circum- ten guarantee Is potithely glvun with 6 Ixnrs, to Send stamp for stance. Wo didn't deliver it becauso sho return! the money if not cured. bj A II. I'enny, Iree saqiple Guarantee issued went away without paying for it. Druggist and sole agent, Stanford, Ky. Call for ' BAltBBK &0ASTLEM AN MANAGERS, Wlthcrby But sho might havo known you wouldn't send it without tho money. I Clerk That's probably why she asked you to calL N. Y. World. Whence? samples, i ! l"WEfei if. (.fi .ii, over-exerti- on I fiSrSfc-- . Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. Dr. E C. West's Nerve and llrain Treatment, a Dullness, 1 its Neuralgia. Headache, Nervous Prostration sine J by alcoliiil thought, or tobacco, Wakelulness,.Mental Depression, Soft- And yet that thought wo never thought to , iiu.ciy, uvvMy, in. an v.1'rematurp Old Age, llartrnness, Lois of ...iiii think. death, Whence camo that thought? Twas not tho rower in timer sex, impotency Lucorrhira and mind that wrought; all female Weaknesses, involuntary Losses. Sncr- matorrhirti caused by of brain, Self Twas born alone, no other thought to link. Abuse, over imminence, a month's treatment Judge. Ji, six lor Si by mill We guarantee sis boacs to Jt Noser Fulls. cuie Lach order for six boxes with $j will send written guarantee to refund II not cured Guarr, Sniffers Do you ever have antees issued only by A. It. Penny, Druggist and Influenza, or anything of that kind? olo agent, Stanford, Ky 97 ivr Wo haro n thought, and think wo think that a specific fnr Hysteria, hay-feve- W. A. TRISBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD. KY MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, Milliner ami DrcsMnkcr Comer Main and Depot Streets, ----- Stanford, Kont,ucky. Blffers No, I never had any trouble with my nose but once. On that occasion it leaked about a galfon. "Eh? When was that?" "Ono evening when I went to a party and forgot my N. Y. Weekly. pocket-handkerchief- ." Tko tu-a- llcst iTiitt'sTiny Pills! are verjramall, yet tvnssoMall the vlr- sugar-rentin- g 1 Pill la tho World ! Has just received a handsome line of Spring and summer Millinery and invites her friends and the public generally to rail in and get first choice. Hats and Helmets trimmed In the latest style by most artistic bands. Accidents Wilt Happen. A DIG SNAP. Clara I suppose you havo heard that Charlie BigrOllo and don't speak, haven't you? Maude Why, no. What was tho trouble? Clara It was all my dressmaker's fault. Sho forgot to tako tho plus out of my waistband. Judge. 1 tue of the larger Tutt's Pills uhloli A have been aopapi .isrYortblrtyyesir. com- - Their slie and uiondthen for live use of cliildrrn fjp aad persons with wesd. stomachs. For the its they tliy arts Invaluable nourish causebody I fou'J touMlnillnU the Fresli Groceries! . Siok Headache IN HIE Greatest Abundance OK THE 9 ncd pasnff naturally without nnuen or grlnlng. Ilotti sixes of Tutt's 1111 f ore sold by oil drugtrtsts. Dose small, Pries, 23c OUlce, Ut Park Place, N. Y. . & merci&l Hotel, I am Having removed my Barber Snop to the Com . slates. Schoolboy (rcflcctlvoly) I guess may-b- o the school directors wot owned slate factories is dead Good News. HOW UNCLi: .IOSI1 KILLS FLIKS. WHITE TURKEY, -CHIEF OF THE NEES. Time Mahes fTliMiigra. Schoolboy I wnnt Ave cents to buy a pad to do examples on. ,. Father When I was a boy we used $ CHOICEST - CHARACTER Al THE xcnpr3SsST fcif' prices. tTnnwii! .r ZTW Cfc pfe.T vrn c Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, In anything they may wish in my line. also waited on. Call n ins. Chit- - isVKM rwmw! tHk-i'rv'd' m 2.1 a .'. ft. A full lino of tho Choicest Fruits and Vegetables and Swan's Down Flour can be had at JESSE SHAW- Terms, 30 Days. Goods Delivered Freo of Charge. I. WEAUEN'S JESSE THOMPSON, In Commercial Hotel. Reuben ENTIAL r C Phil Big snap. I'm sellin' 'em to do decorative art society fer umbreller-standI've stole all do pipe in Horse-headNew York.4 Judge. Beggar Croesus Too Generous. Sir, I am starving. to do wid dat old Hello, Phil! what yer goin' drain-pipe? s. s, s v ,1 mvj.f fJ.WEi.SITY, expenses. $160 to $240. Attendance last States. Next session 609, from twenty-eiRsession opens September 14, 1693. For full Information and catalogue apply to L H. BLANTON, D.D., Chancellor. MOST 1.1 QCUniTT. CLA88IOAL, 8CIEN-TIFITHRRfi ond COMMERCIAL OOUR8E. Fourteen departments of study. Healthy location In the heart of the Blue Grass Region. Moderate COLLEGES- Richmond, - - - Kentuclcy. BKSTI.iqriUTT. awful poor. Beggar Ah, sir, I was liko you: I was too fond of giving away largo sums of money to tho poor. Demorcst's Magazine. ' Tbo Little One's View. "Mamma," said little May, "I'm afraid I'm naughty, becauso I've got an stomach-ache." Here take this penny, and tell mo how you became so miserably rV- T S . WORMS! 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'REE to Every New Subscriber to. -t- heHtW YORK OBSERVER, j News-S iOne" book and one new subscriber. Two books and two new subscribers, SPECIMEN COPIES FREE. ithe foremost Family Religious paper. $3,00, $5,oo.. ?NEW YORK OBSERVER. i ; 37 and 38 Park Row, Peculiar Marrlnse of tho Wealthy Widow to Ashmeud Itnrtlett. Baroness Burdett-Couttwho has announced her intention of coming over here shortly for tho purpose of taking an active part in the organization of the woman's department at the world's I've got him." Judge. fair, is enormously wealthy. Tho basis of her fortune is tho celebrated old A Cruel Surprise. A Serious Defect. done ne May I havo tho pleasure of bceing You've Coutts bank, and sho has monoy. a vast Teacher in Kindergarten of good with you home, miss? omitted something, Mabel, in making amountmarriage to the her Her young American, Shc Yes; next week como through your letter "i's." What is it? Mabel I guess I forgot to put eye- Ashmead Bartlctt, somo years since, the alley and peep through the cracks was a unique social sensation. Aside in the high board fence. brows over 'cih. Puck. I'll be out in the yard hanging out tho wasli. Saved Something. The dude w.llted. Texas Siftlngs. Boggs When Hawkins failed he Cutting It bhurt. made everything over to his wife, didn't Traveler Say, old follow, you'ro just ho? tho man I'm looking for. Help me seCreditor All but his honor. He prelect a necktie, will you? served that for us. Judge. Dashaway-t-I'a little pressed for On tho Ko of the Funeral. time, old man, but I suppose I can let Iiriggs I see that there is crapo on j'ou havo two dollars. Clothier and the Bingcrdoor. Furnisher. Griggs Yes. Old man Bingex bought Little Difference. himself a safety" raor last week. Mr. de Social I won't bo at tho club Judge. I promised to go with my Theory vs. Fact. wlfo to Mrs. do Stylo's conversational Professor For anatomical reasons Friend hat'a a conversational? women cannot stand so long as men. Mr. de Social It's a muslcalo without Young Lady guess you never saw tho music. Judge. a woman having a dress fitted. N. Y. Only Temporary. Weekly. Do Tootvillo Maxtor didn't stay Deud I)oK liest. married to tho Chicago woman very "How did you like thelittledogl gave BAK0NE88 long, did he? What was the matter? your wife?" Von Bluroer Ho found that nono of I liked better. "I never saw one It from the marked disparity In age be- her former husband's clothes fitted him. died tho next day." Demorcst's Maga- tween tho couplo the baroness had Clothier and Furnisher. zine. then passed her sixtieth year a singuA Masterpiece. lar feature of tho union was tho fact Ills Normal State. Bunting Is young Dobbcr much of a "They tell mo old Fish drinks a good that tho usual custom of conferring the groom's surname on the bride was re- painter? deal." Larkin I should say ho was. Ho "Drinks! Why he's never decently versed, and Mr. Bartlctt became Mr. On tho wedding day painted a picturo of a swamp so nattill he's drunk." Chicago News. Burdett-Couttsober the baroness settled upon her husband urally that it actually bred mosquitoes. Reassuring. an annuity of 1350,000 for tho term of Detroit Free Press. "nave you ever had a wreck, cap- his natural life. But this liberal allowCheap Lodgings. tain?" asked the nervous passenger. ance is merely pocket money for his Old Gentleman Where do you lodge? "No, ma'am!" replied tho officer; "I'm personal expenditures, as all the houseTramp I lodge where I get board a wreckless man." Detroit Freo Press. hold expenses are defrayed out of the Old Gentleman Ahl And whero do enormous income of the baroness. Al- you get board? Without Slmdow of Turning. though tho husband is most devoted I thought you told mo Mr. Nixon Tramp In a lumber yard N. Y. She wife and their relations are appar- Weekly. was a man of regular habits. ently based on sincere mutual He Well, ho has been drinking the marriage has never found affection, Time to Kscape. favor in steadily ever since I knew him. Life. London social circles, and as a result "What time havo you,' Parkins?" said the young husband has had the doors the bore, as ho sauntcredinto his friend's Ungovernable. v Primus Oh, you don't know me. I of all tho best clubs closed against him. omce. Mr. Burdett-Coutt- s "Not any, just now," answered Partake an active part have a most ungovernable temper. Secundus Can't get mad when you in politics and is a pronouncod con- kins, as he clutched his hat and escaped servative. Chicago News. ought to, eh? Life. Costly Litigation. It's) Catching, Though. A Limited Range. A lawsuit has boen commenced in JetM I believe lore is a disease. "They say Green has been wandering Marongo, Ind, between Edmund Waltz ' T)aa J. .3.M..V.4. '..,4 4SlfllW S.t In his mind lately." "Well, he's safe enough; he can't get and Elwood Stout over the price of two nees, it isn't one of those you can't have eggs, bought at 17 cents a dozen. Vut once. Puck. far." Demorest'a Magazine, s, 1 I think, May." "Oh, nor truimma, Tho pio was too good to bchai'c like that. It must bo me." Judge. An Infant Industry. Dc Writer What are you doing now? Scribbler Writing ten thousand dollar prize stories for tho Great North American Literary syndicate. "What do they pav you?" "Ten dollars a weelt" N. Y. Weekly. "It was thcpie 3011 ate, tlon and becomo citlzcni of the United States. Although ho never received any education ho is intelligent and progressive, and accepts the changed conditions of his people with good grace. Ho is still supremo in authority In tho tribe, though by common consent they now take their most important disputes into tho white man's courts. For several years White Turkey has been an active member of tho G. A. II., and since the organization of Oklahoma ho has taken a deep Interest in politics, having been an uncompromising republican from the first. Most of his tribo are of the samo political creed, while their neighbors, tho Pottawatomics, ard mostly democrats. The entranco of tho Indian Into national politics marks a new epoch in American history, and tho outcome will bo watched with interest. full-bloo- POSTED. This nstiee forewarns hunters, fishermen and others nst to trespass on our lands without per. mission, as all sn.h will be prosecuted to the fullest extent ef the law. Slirned. C. M.SI'OOVAMOORE c I. THOMAS C. HALI. STEELE IIAl LEY. A..M. KEI.AND OTJIIiAMC AND ' 11. snap "If th' olo ear's got that some olo STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. Stationary, Semi Portable and Portable. All sizes up to 28- horse power . Uncqualcd in .Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. Write for Free Illustrated I'ampltts and your MILE5 T D N1WLAND W. W. IIA x. O.C.I.iON JAMES C.IVhNS, I. S IMIILI-II'S- . ANTON RrNACKER CLARK KKYNOL.D& M LAI KOWIT W.GAINES. ' al, HU.D HAtMANN 5.tj f af 1 d MRS. BURDETT-COUTT- S. JAMES LEFFKL & CO., NEW YORK CITY S!KINOriKLD,0S mfm rJ.' tfW rV 1IAI -- I sj CINCINNATI, ! A JMLUlKITMnTiy .&!A - MtiSPS CFrtr xSSr'Si no ' ' . -' ' r -- -. . Wr tTSJ-ssss- v' T - .. J5 fi W r ssL 1M ..tSS W '? 2B3M3 Twenty mllctthe Shortest to viif JpHHb sVBHMssiH -- HAtL Chicago. Michigan IMmts, St. Louis, liutfalo, Cleveland. Detroit, Indianapolis and the West, Ne a England, Canada, New York, Boston, sH!HlslBlBHiiv'T) MtfLju Philadelphia, Ilaltimore, Washington, Quickest time to Hirrodsburg, rrankfort, Ky. Shortest and VIRGINIA Richmond, Quickest line to Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co. (Chesape.i.c A-- with SOLID VKSTIHl'LKD TRAINS thro Meridllirmlngham, out change via Chattan.-oga- , Knox-villian, making direct connections en route for Asheville, LynchturKand points in the NEW (1DBOUANS, CAIGWDMMS, At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming Macon, Savannah, ,ton, Charleston, Augusta, Brunswick, Lake Cily.Thonusville and H.OHI DA points. The only line running solid Vettibulud trains with Pullman Boudoii or Palace Sleeping Cars to St. Augustine without change lor any class of pas sengers or baggage. Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur Florence, Memphis and All KANSAS points. Shortest and quickest to Anniston, Selma, Mobile. Pncct connections made at NKW OR LEANS without omnibus transler lor USJveitoo Houston, Austin, Ohio Route.) 'vjl'n BURDETT-COUTTS. Washington, Philadoiphia Baltimore, Now York, nOUNDJMail I Old Point and.'the Seashore and all Kastern Cities IN EFFECT NOV. 15, 1S91. LlmltM Ex. Dally Dally. Lvc Lexington... . 7 33 a A oo p 6 4J p " Winchester ... 8 13 Ml. Sterling.. . I S 34 7 P EAST t; Accom,.Acco Daily I Daily Arr Ashland. 'is 10 p " uatiettsourg. la as p " Huntington.. is 50 p " Washington., 6 35 a ArrNew York " Philaderphla. 10 1 s. WESTBOUND L. p 8 40 a ......... Austin, San Antonia, El Paso and polntsin p e 39 a p 9 30 a .. TEXAS.ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. Kor through rates, correct county maps and lu p .. . '. p 47 a 5T0 information call on Agent At Junction City, Ky so p 8 JO j - or address J.S. LE1TH, Trav. Pass. Agt., Junction City.Ky Daily.1 D. G. EDWARDS. D. MILLER, G. P .V T. A., Traffic Mangr,, 10 07 10 33 10 47 a 10 TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. ta 30 P7 cop The only through line to Jackson and Vlcksburg, La,, making direct ' 5 P 7 35 P Miss., Shreveport.transfer lor Dallas, conneetioas Fort Worth, without omnibus Daily, it Ex. Su.,Kxbu 40 ajs 30 p e Hi'iting 11 Caret's. Ar.Uiiu . rfc. .. a? 7 1 I It. , t3 as ao S I J(S h M A ler g . 11 A'in est 11 .exi ion i.is l- e's d 1 7 p V 43 P M P ! 7, p Kj. . Su. r o p 6 33 a 1 p 7 15 a a 4 p 8 05 a . 5 - Cincicnati. P P"Jo Connec 4 V' to-hi- s . v Yor. Fjii C tioo C tlbu dT tape e Si . . nr ho iidn 11 I. r v ' to New bctwdec Hunt rundtd 'II ' ain .exi ton ,tou sua lyn r al Inca stops nti 'on. iuor ead Accommodations n u d and Moreheau anu i.exingion ana wvi Accommoaaiions iuu muii n,.,!oV, i;i..nlne Cin to and from 'Washington and New York without change. Lexington ML Kterlinc Kor full information in reeard to rates, routes. Ac, apply to any agent of this or connecting lines riL E. HUNTINGTON, C. L. DROWN, O.P.A., V. P. nnd O. M., Lexington, Ky. W. S. HARRISON, G. W. BARNEY, O. M., Lexington, Ky. T, P. A., Ashland, Ky PRINCE DJAOIA. This fine joungvJERaEY HULL will limited number of cows at my place, midway be- a tween Stanford and Rowland, at the following itnt terms:-$3- .60 the aeaBon-h- alf at time service, balance when cow calved or AL C.HUFFMAN. ' . s kh'L:ljiJmk v? . ...I a. J -:r"' v 4'-Interior Journal ", ft- TfcSl - ' " '- - '"". " .asff-rf- ? CjI i a r tm Watkh, Lioiit and Ick. The hopo of City, C. II. Greer; Asbury College, J. W. adecado Isatlr.it icalized and Stanford Hughes. In the MIddlesboro district 0. Scnooii HA8KKTH In grent variety at A. is in possession of as flno a water works F. Oney will bo presiding elder. MIdA, Wnrren'a. and electric plant as any town five dlesboro, 0. A. Tague; Meadow Creek, Stanford, Ky., SBPTEMiinn 1G, 1892 New times its size in Kentucky. Tho water E. J. Terrill; London and Pineville, F; McRob-ertStock of school shoes at has been comirig down to us from tho K. Slruve; Manchester, W. B. Rag an it Iligins'. It.O.WAlTON.BUS.ManQRef Kugh wanted at i), K. & W. II. Wenr- - several springs around tho old Logac'B Whitesburg and Ilindman, J. R. NelFort for two or three weoks and tho ice son; Harlan, O.J. Chandler; Carterville, ens at 12 cents. plant on tho satno situ has been in suc- G. G. Ragau; Jackson, K. A. McClure; MEANS BUSINESS. Car- And loaded'to the water's edge with the newest, npbbicst and cheap-- ' Don't forget the salo of Locuhi Grove cessful operation more than a month, Irvine, P. J. Ross; Beattyville, 8. M. Enohavisq beautifully md artietlcally but it was not until Tuesday night that rier; Compton nud flazelgreen, Savage; est stock of goods that long experience, great stock farm on Sept. 2It. dono at A. It. Penny's. the electricity was turned on the arc Morehead, James E. Wright; West LibBuy your books and school (supplies of 1'oh Sai.k. Cottago on Mill street. lights that are placed nil along the prinerty; J. S. West; Hazard and Hyden, J. all klnda froto A. R. Fenny, who aells Apply at Interior Journal oilice. cipal streets. The test was very gratify- W. Crater; Cloy City, J. N. Isam. Rqy. them at publisher's prices. ing and the lights wero pronounced as J. Rand is transferred to the presiding Ham voiir untrli. clock and IeWOiry , l !...! f......loo. All wnrlr To Loan. $1,000 on real estate securi- brilliant SBnny ever seen. Stanford was eldership of the Lexington district. Rev. reputreu hv a. av. a warranted. ty. Address llox 10, Lancaster, Ky. nearly as light at midnight as at noon T.J. Godbey goes back to LaGrango Rkmkmiikh that all silverware, watches, dav and overvbody felt happy. Th and has Eminence added to his work. nt A. R. Penny's will rlnpi, Ac, boiiKht Nkw stock of Btiell hoots and shoes council made n master stroko when it J. R. Peoples goes to Mt. Carmel; T. B. Can obtoin. Ladies' Dress Goods in everything new. All the new be engraved freo of charge. just received, at McRoLerta A UIg. M. P. 'Morgan things in Changeable Silks, Velvets, Braids, Fur Trimmings, Jets, &c. contracted with Mr. B.J. B. Howe lor toGermantown gins'. : the soveral plants. He has proved him- Cook to Tollsboro. and PERSONAL POINTS. Back Men's, Boys', Ladies' and Children's Thk circus at Danville, or something self n thorough business man and ono Miss Doha Stiiauij has gone to visit in Henry King, a young school teachelse, drew everybody away from town wiio knows exactly what he is about. A Carrollton. bright day Heeini to "havo dawned for er, son of Perry King, of tho East End, Miu W. B. Goon took sotno Block to yesterday. The streets wero almost deStanford and itseems to be on tho thresh-hol- d died Wednesday of feyer. Ho was n serted. SjmorEot Wednesday. of an era of prosperity and growth bright young man, much beloved by evQualities and sizes and at W. II. Shanks and Walter Saunders Thk First National Hank of MIddles- hitherto only dreamed of. With Huch erybody and idolized by his parents, hnyogonoJmck to Centre. boro will not bo allowed to resume busi- f tcilities for the establishment of manu- who havo the sincere sympathy of their Mn. Jos. Owknk, depot agont at ness until 50 per cent, cash on Its cauital factories, added to tho Bplendid ship- friends. was hero Tuesday. stock is paid. During a terrible storm of rain and ping advantages, they are bound to Misses Annie Stiiani. and Ida Howell co mo and Stanford is destined to in- electricity, which swopt over Blooming- Stacks of Men's, Youths' and Children's Clothing in all grades and Thk pupils at tho College now numwent to Louinvillo Wednesday. ton, III., Sunday night, six business Mips Maooik Adams, of Paint Lick, is ber OS and Prof. Hubbard tells us he ia crease and multiply. Then wo have at all prices. We arc leaders in all departments. If you would buy were set on firo by overcharged making arrangements to increase his ex- three excellent schools with a combined houses visiting MIbm Mattio Hack ley. cheap goods, good goods and stylish goods, come to the new Cash pupils, besides numer- electric wires. Three fires wero going at of 250 Mn. Roiikbt McAlibtkk, of Jessamine, cellent faculty so boou as tbo number ot enrollment Store. Already there is one time. When water was thrown upous private, schools. pupils demands it. was over on business tide week. much Inquiry for houses and many on the fire the men holding the hose Mn. J. J. Coxatt Is holding tho depot Thk reunion of thettth Kentucky cav- buildings aro going up. There is no wero promptly knocked down by the down in the absence of Joo Ricu. alry was ono of the most pleasant feat- boom and wo do not wish any, but a current taking tho water. The fire Mn. and Mks. J. T. Ray, of Parksville, ures of tho Somerset Fair. A daughter steady and healthy growth such as the could not bo controlled until the electric aro with Mr. and.Mrs. J. W. Kmnittry. of Col. Grigsby, tho commander, wns advantages of tho town and country war-rn- company's employes arrived and cut tho has returned from a Mini Annib wires. present and received an ovation. and justify. Misa nesaiu Richards at Linui-ettvisit to CHURCH AFFAIRS. Ok course everybody will read the NEW ADVEftTISEME.Vra. Gait. John Hiooinh now conducts tho Louisville Store's "ad." There is no lotWheelbarrows, Cross Cut Saws, Fencing Wire and Staples, Baling Rev. W. E. Arnold will preach nt "Fast Flying Kentucklan" from here to tery feature In their gift enterprise. EvWire, Horse Shoes and Nice Toilet, Chamber and Dinner Sets. McKendreo next Sunday. Richmond. erybody will get ono. There aro no will comElder J. Q. Montgomery Miis. S. P. Saltkh and nephew, Lent. blanks and you know which you will mence a protracted meeting nt Rush Alfriend, of Ixixington, are guests of receive. Branch next Sundny, assisted by Elder Mr. M. E. Klkin. Real and Property Always on hand. All goods sold Thk ruin, which bepui to fall Monday Andrew Taylor. Preaching at Bright's Miss Lizzie Walkkii, of Lancaster, At Executrix of the wilt of SI. C l'orttnan, de sdrool-houh- o Saturday night before. ceiH'tl, I willon was a guest of the Colly liouso en route afternoon, fell all night and most of Several of tho ministers at LouisTuesday, and was general throughout TVnn. to Nowcomb, X892, Hoods Mu. WahdMooui:, of Crnb Orchard, the royntry, hut it came too late to help villo prayed for rain and lo the Or taken back. Goods promptly delivered. descended. They ought to bo trounced Unon the preinltet ot said testator In Stanford, is liolding down Jetwc Rout's place while the crops. It will niHke fallow lug for Lincoln county, Ky., offer At public auction to the though for not getting in their work hlghrttbidilir the following described real and wheat easier, however ha is at tiamo sick. personal property, to.wlt when it would have saved tho crops. Missks Amanda Ooooin and Rctsy 1st, The Tract of 34 Acres of Land upon wh.ch A MAiiiiiAUK ia to occur in colored resided situated Tho Oweusboro papers call him testator within at tho time of his death,the courtPonnington, of MIddlesboro, aro on n all of it mile high circles next Wednesday, when "Dr." W, J. Holtzclaw and announce house in Stanford. tlmnisono half very of quality It all the belt to friends hero. visit Land, is excellently improved, has Miss Eliza Peytou and Mr. George II. the subjects of his sermons with weekly of Tmo building rites and can bo advantageously diMimksSai.uk Cook and Helen Roid, Ilrown aro to bo united. The ceremony regularity. vided into town lots Last Sunday tho learned of Ilustonville, wero giintta of Mrs. G. ad Corner Store Home anJ I.ot In of ia to occur nt the Christian church nd divine discoursed on "The Ark a Type of Ilustonville, on tho south side of Maiuthe townthe street, II. Coojwr, tliia week. same now occupied by Mr Weatherford as a drug iargu number of invitations have been Christ," and "Tho Balm of Gilead." a Dealers In Mn. II. K. CouitTS and Miss Mary store. jd. Fllty Acres of Knob Land, three miles from Rev. Wallace Tharp's meeting at tbo of Greensburg. were, guests of printed. Courts, Slanlord, at Maton'a Gap. eqjoyed by 4th. Personal property. Onn large, well broken Mrs. Pokiu T. Courts. Thk entire fronts of the new build- Christian church is greatly work Horse, a fine HnoJ Mnre, Fanny, by GarT. M. Oubi.f.y left Wednesday for liba- ing to take the place of those burneJ, the members, but bo far the sinners rard Chief; her yearling filly by Pence; her suckBecmed to profit by it. There ling Colt, by George Dictator; a fine tion, Tunn., to finish his course in tho are to bo of steel, iron', and glass, no havo not AND- Cumberland University. wood showing in any placo. Tho plans has been only one confession, Miss Norn Brood Mare by Messenger Breeze, Miks Annik Whay will leave Dam Fanny; her suckling submitted by tho architect, make tho Moreland, and tho meeting will likely n buildings as handsome a block as ono close Sunday night. row for tho cities, whero alio will buy ColtbyDorsey Golddust, IW. Owing to his detentiou at tho Presrgo stock of millinery. Gelding by Harkaway, would wish to see. Quccnsware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner bytery, where he preached eight times, Mimiw. P. W. Gitcr.N, S. M. Owens, Dam Knnny. This hone has fine action and is Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. Clkan Ur. It is ordered that each Rev. Bon Helm was unnblu to meet his well broken to harness. Three fine high grade rit Kubanks and K, 0. Walton went to v.owi, iwo uign graue and every citizen in the city of Stanford appointment at Ron land. He will cer jerseyCalf, feeding Hogs, 6 jersey neilcra. ono Somerset Fair yesterday. steer s stacks of Hay, 1 Sur 'i , Goveii arrived from Montana clean up their premises and cleanse their tainly bo there this, Friday, afternoon rey, t Krxkaway, 3 iiuggies, 3 sets single Harness, Jaurs bushels of Coal, a lot of set double Harness yesterday with his little baby, whoso water closets thoroughly, as the board of for the reception of members and hopes Corn In the field and ajoo quantity of Household and Go Kitchen Furniture and arming Implements. health for tho county and State will to havo a full attendance. mother died sotno time ago. Terms: Thu real property will be told lor with the marshal, visit your premises Southern MethKentucky has three caih and the remainder in two equal annual Mia. W. 0. Lewis spent several days Fifteen Acres of Grass Land situated on Danbearing interest from day cl sale, with ville pike opposite Dr. Steele Bailey. Also a good To have jour photographs taken. Ho keeps up with all tho with friends hero and attended tho and inspect them in a few days. Done odist Conference this year. The Kenthem. Tho personalty, lor Piano, Sideboard and Carnage. Call on or adten retained to that by order of the city council. D. W. tucky Conference has just closen at all suras under $10 cash; oer for amount onn dress, MRS. M.J. MILLER, meotings at tho Christian church. such amounts credit of three months, and Stanford, Ky. Mayor. MIddlesboro; Louisvillo conference will notes with security bearing interest and negotiable Mu. It. G. Williams, who has acted as And will give you good satisfaction, and payable in Hank, willlm required A. J. KARP, btanford. convene nt, Campbellsville, Sept. 21, Anv one wishing to examine the property previour Mt. Vernon correspondent all sumThe Uarrodsbnrg colored base 'ball Bishop 0. P. Fitzgerald presiding; Mem- ous to the day of sale ill apply to V. II. .Miller, mer, has returned to Centre College. wjj at hmifnceor to myself on the home premises in club came up Wednesday and played OP phis conference will bold its session at Stanford. ELIZA I'OUTMAN, Messrs. A. K. McClaiiy and A. K. two games with the home club, at least Mayfield, opening Nov. 30, with Bishop Gxecutnr M. C. Portmmi, dee'd. Albright, of Ilrodhead, are down to bo LOCUST : offer upon the i STOCK : At the same time and place I It tried to play, but was never in it, DEALER IN J. C. Keener in the chair. same trrms 3 fine lirood Mares well bred and welt treated for catarrh by Dr. Carpenter. the morning game standing Stanford 22, broken to harness; 1 yearling Colt by Pence, dam MIph Burksvillo Herald says that El- by Abdallah Messenger, one suckling Colt and Tho G. A. Bknrdict and daughter, Lincoln Circuit Court. Ilarrodoburg 0, and the evening 17 to 7. suckling Kilty by George Dictator, two Rulls and Emily 11. Jones, Jtc, Plaintiffs, ) Joslu, returned from Missouri yesterday. The colored team seems to havo had bet der C. E. Powell, who had been employyearling Steer. 58 W.H..MILLER. And Country Produce, Sale In Equity. vs. Water-view- , Mr. Sidney Benedict camo with them. Has opened his stock of goods and Is ready to serve Joe C. Jones, &c , Defls. ter luck this season than the white. It ed ut tho church there and at the people of Stanford and vicinity. He ia offer has resigned to complete his eduMlHS LlCCIK BltAZLKV will lo.lVO to lias played seven games with tho neigh Uy virtue of n judgment of the Lincoln Circuit ing unheard of llargnins and all who want Coart rendired in thnaboe styled case at thu Oc- goods at the lowest possible prices should for Lousvillo and Cincinnati to boring clubs and won five. The white cation. Both churches regretted to give morrow him on Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pike tober term, 1891, I willon him up, but recognized tho great imporlay in her fall and winter stock of mil- team hardly knew what it w.w to win Garrard Circuit Couit tance of a minister being thoroughly ed- John M. IIicginbotham,Ac., Plaintiffs,")Sop 21, 1892, linery. game. against Equity. ucated. During his stay in that section Ann M. Ilroaddus, Ac, Defendants. At ii o'clock a. m. or thereabout, on the premises, J. S. Owslky, Ju , Pti6t Chancellor, Under consent decree in this case, I will as sell at public auction to the highest bidder the A lady in btanlord says that some Mr. Powell made a host of friends and will represent Diadem Lodge HI at tho following described property, to wit: Trustee of Ann M. Ilroaddus, sillon We d eslre te sell 1111 I aim reti Mi K tie, Grand Lodgo meeting in Hatrodsliurg time Bince, in a certain neighborhood, a demonstrated that he is a natural orator of 449 gentleman visited an old maid and pop of much power, both in the pulpit and t 29, 1892, A Blue-Gras- s i HoodFarm Poles, Acres, week. : xoo : and 31 .... ...,! peu tliu question. btio Hew into a rage, on the rostrum for the causa of temper. 4MIM OAl.l.lK 1.' On the premises of Mrs. Ann M. Ilroaddus in Situated on the waters of the Glancing Fork, about I.LKI.1 11IUIU UIUI JVIUITI" Welt 45 acres to It has a 9 west of to bring Miss Mattio Elkin to take said shu wns insulted and ordered him to ance. Lincoln county is proud of this Garrard county, Ky., aboutmilemiles north. east of i'.j miles adjoint Stanford on the Shelby City pike No, improved, on it, good go In wheat. house, ice dwelling barn, buggy fiom the Lancaster and about a4 of G. Jos. leave the room. He did so, but before young man nud expects to see him be leading from Lancaster rfaKirksville, a turnpike and and Wm. the landsLawson A. LacLev.and is house cabins in yard, two wells, fine spring and to the train for Louisville, whero shu will and others Ilurton, McAhster, targe pond, ,Vc. AH unded good ho reached the yard gate she oxclaimed fore ipany years a bright and shining tho Lewis It. Jones farm, tor further descrip. spring house, or address visit Miss Collier. , Bluo-Cras- s bounds, the pleadings and title fence. Call on metes and Acros tionandhtreln ate referred to, , come back; your matrimonial light in tho gospel cause. papers J. M. IlllOWN A WIFE, Mn. Vt II. II KKti.NS started with Lit- "Mr. sold in 218 Acres and The baid Near McKinney, Ky. Tho Kentucky Conference closed n the lifefeo simplo title will beM. Ilroaddus in 154',, house, farm is well improved with good dwelling tle Lawrence and Kati Park to go aB suggestion has made a thousand diller barns and other outbuildings; has an estate of Mrs, Ann abundance of water for all purposes and is suitable ent Kinds oi inougtita rusn tiirougn my pleasant and harmonious session at Mid- - Acres far as St. Louis with them on their way crowing hemp, corn, tobacco, wheat and small such land will mind in tho lastminute." Ho returned, dlesboro, Monday night. As will bo n This as to make be sold lit different tracts in to tho lor grains, and is one of the best farms in the comity, way the saino most productive to their Kansaa homo. hind, in a high state of culThis laud adjoins the lands of tho late all fertile Mas. John A. IIai.dkman, who Bpent they fixed matters up hastily, married, seen by tho appointments Rev. W. K. estate. Walker on the north. Hen Lear and Jame tivation nuo is a No. Stock Farm, Wade division into susceptible .Said Estill on the the summer at her father's, Col. John and are now as happy as two turtle Arnold was returned to Stanford and and Woodson South, James Koyston on the Hast tracts, Farm350isAcres and theofother of nbout two aoo one Hallew on tho west. McKendreo and Rev. II. P. Walker, D. Buchanan, at Crab Orchard, returned to doves. At the same time ami place I will also sell the Acres, each tract fronting on tho turnpike road. parcels as will first be offered in D., was placed in chnrgo of tho Danville following personal property: 4 aged Mares and a Said Farm then as a whole tract, andtwo offer realLouisvillo Wednesday. the above and aged Horses, a yearling I lilies, 4 aged Mules, Thk electric lights are exceedingly JJEWEUER, Mule, S yearling ising the most money will be declared. district.I.Middlesboro was)lavishin its en- yearling Mute one Mkssks. JokSkvkrance, Ju., Richard badly arranged. Main old Heifers, sale will bo made on a credit of 6, if and 18 street is the one tertainment and is not as dead as is gen Steer?, 7 small Heifers, two llocker, Richard Bush, Geoigu Carpen- that should be lighted, yetn sickly look Meer Calf, 1 milk Cows, a earling Hull, 20 feeding months, In equal installments. Donds required of Corn the erally supposed. Tho conference has Hogs, 11 Shoatu, nbout 40 acres Oats, ain the field, day purchasers, bearing 6 per cent, interest from Articles to Suit the Most Fastidileft Tuesday to en- ing incandescent is hung ter and Humo Carter of sale until paid, with rood personal security Hay. stacks Hay, large stack of out in front of about 125 ministers in tho regular itin jjofjo rick olof Wheat ous. A complete line of the stack, a crippled and having the force and effect of a judgment; a acres ter tho Keutucky University at Lexing- the College, while away out on the Dan fencing Plank, a Phaeton and Har- lieu also retained on the land till alt the purchase Cow, a lot ol erant work, 115 local preachers, 27,223 ness, harming Implements, consisting of Harrow, money is paid, ton. villo pike, and othor outlying districts, Snidsale will be made for a division of the proIJeenng Mowing iuacntne, waiters, woou 1,851 offimembers, 257 Miss Dollik McRoiiehts returned to Wagon and Harness, Corn Shell ceeds among thu heirs of L R. Jone, deed. arcs are placed. As what the people pay G. M. DAVISON, cers and teachers and 1 1,21)1 scholars. or, Spade Shovel, Scythe, Grindstone, one Com Hamilton College, Lexington, Tuesday, for Bhould bo fixed to benefit tho Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. Fork, gieat Cutting llox, bIio will graduate next June. There aro 272 church buildings valued Scoop,Harness, also a Croascut Saw, and Plows, For information call on or address J. D., E. II whero lot of Household KitchPlow est number, it is hoped that those who Furniture and 5 J. C. at $G5'J,17G and 5S parsonages valued at enTerms; The real stands of Bees, sold on a credit or P. S. Jones. Stanford.theKy. Farm wo will sell Miss Laura Carter also matriculated pptatc ui'l be above empowered to placo the lights At the sale of havo been During tho year just closed of 6 and la months bonds payanle to the underSS5.S50. Dublic auction all the Stock. irops ana nirm-J.there. will fieo to it that an arc is swapped for aforesaid, in equal installments, at Utensils on the Farm. as Trustee JONES, Dr. L. II, Gillkttr, who has been in the light near tho College, which is n lit there were 455 Infants and 1 ,101 adults signed with good securitv, bearing 6 per cent, interest Ing E.H.JONES, forco must be remembered that from day of sale until paid and hawng the of J C.JONF.S. May, arrived hero baptized. It Si England sinco last required tho and effect of judgments, will tie, if any, better than the old gasoline this conference embraces only about purchaser ami a lien retained lor their payment yesterday to tho delight of his anxious lamp that stood there. The personalty, on all sums of the State and ropre&cnts on- on tholnnd.hand; over that amount' bonds under wife, who bad been greatly frightened with liocash in Sale good security, bearing 6 percent, interest from OF over ainco sho had heard ho was held in Kkv. wali.acjc tiiaiu' can snoot as ly ono branch af tho Methodist church. day of sale, pavable to the Trustee, and having quarantine nt how York. well as preach. About half the women Methodists aro second in point of num- thu force and effect of judgments, will be required. 14 Choice Jacks, Several Stal- Complicated Watch Repairs and j 58 JOHN M, HIGGINHOTHAM, Trustee. A Artistic Engraving a Specialty, s Mn. and Mns. J. B. Paxton returned in town declare that ho is tho best bers in Kentucky. lions and other Stocks, &c. All goods sold engraved tree of charge. Tho Southern Methodist Confereuto tf Tuesday after an extended bridal tour in preacher they ever heard and tho others T. f, CLARKE. T. STKAUB.JR: BWVour patronage respectfully solicited. --V the West and North-WeAs administratrix of W. G Hubble, dee'd, I will and have are almost persuaded that bo is, while at Middlesboro, adjournod to meot next Following aro the Liken rooms at the Cofley House. That tho crack shots lmve surrendered to him year in Maysvillo. night they went out to tho bride's pa- tho champion belt without a murmur. appointments for tho Danville district: WEDNESDAY, OCT PRACTICAL LIMITED rents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Robinson, Wednesday afternoon a party composed Presiding Elder, H. P. Walker; Danyille, At "Sleepy Hollow" Stock Farm, in Lincoln reception was given of Revs. Tharpe, Ellis and Sizemore. W. F. Taylor; Harrodsburg, J, 0. A. Plumbers and Steam Fitters. county, 7 miles west of Stanford, near the McCor where an informal FOR THE mack and Turnersvtlle turnpike, offer at public Cooper, E. W. Smith, Ruploy, Dr. and Vaught; Perry ville, W. T, E. Kejlai; them. Dealers in all kinds of Iron and Hrass Goods for sale all the personal property of the deceased. All and water Sanitary Goods of 14 property consists George Penny, Hayden and Je6se Mackville, Lew G. Wallace; Chaplain, Meant Guaranteed against defective all kinds. and Thisjennets; two saddloofa herd of On choice jacks material Time and HARVEST stallions, work and EXCURSIONS, CITY AND VICINITY. 57 Hocker tried their marksmanship at H. 0. Wrighr, Lawrenccburg, B. F. Cos workmanship. Denmark; 15 brood mares, saddle and drtv Hart AUO. 30 and SBPT. 37, ing horjes; 3 suckling colts; a pairs of work mules; clay pigeons. In the first round Messrs. by; Leather's Store, M. F. Moore; Salvimules; a lotof iS extra 1 pair very fine T Nkw Silverware at Dunks', the Jew- Tharpe, n . A II THE "WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES" nice yearling mules; i4sbeep. sow mid shuats; a Ellis and Smith tied on IS Ba, J'J. n. uouuy; jessamine, It . y. cows and caTves; 3 yearling cattle. oler. Nicholaaville, J. E. Wrigbt; Bry- birds each. The tio was thon shot off Greon; Alio all farming utensils, nearly new, Including Will run low rate Harvest Kvcursions'onabovu : hay rake, a corn planters, dates to points in Minnesota. lontaoa, North and t : mower, Clarenck Tate asks us to statofor the and Mr. Tharpe won. Tho others got antsvillo, A. P. Jones; Stanford, W. E. plows, a a.horse and spring wagons, &c. Ac. Also South Dakota. Tickets will bo good twenty (ao) hay, corn, oats, Known as privileges The on benefit of fishermen and the public gen from 2 to 15 birds. The Baptist and Arnold; Richmond, E. S. Pollitt; Col miles fromthe I. D. Carneoter place, situated if all crops 335 the farmnearly all of which is Ac. grass, days from datoofof sale, with Minneapolis, to points west Ilustonville. on the Middleburg pike. Farm of Acres, in bt. Paul and For tull information, address auy of the Compacannot llyo in mln Methodist preachers are away down in lege Hill, W. J. Doran; Somerset, S. W. The place is well improved and In a healthful lo- will be rented privately For catalogues, and furerally, that minnows ny's representatives, or' cality. For particulars, address ther nartkulars, addressM 'water. He has tried it twice and ach the score, 'getting but three and two Feeples; Calntown, R. M. Lee; Moreland, MKS. MIIS. W.I. HKDOENS. J. HUBBLE, Aiim'x, JAS. C POND, and Junction 50 nneot Shell. City, Ky, Kansas City, Mo. Gca'l Pass, and Ticket Agt, Chicago, 111. ioio Olivo Street, birds respectively. W. D. Wilbur; Lancaster time they died to a one. Semi-Week- ly Rich and Btylish Jewelry p' at tanks'. 1 a B WEAREINTHESWIM: Just Back From the Cities r I T ciy Patience, Pluck and Hard Cash Shoes in All the Styles, IIMDCK r JV., M Rnr-bourvi- lle, B0TTOMC FBICQBS J. S. HUGHES. .n Ui '.i. 4 ' a J nt Dl-.n- a. M IE L&. B 0 of sl f Executrix' Sale Personal Fresh Stock ffROCEBJES Saturday, Oct. ist, GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED, MoHXlTB,7 BROS. I le-- lllup-Ora- ss FARRIS & HARDIN. it "VI HABDWAKEo i r STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, p 1 FOE. SALE. Commissioner's Sale to Earp's Art Gallery one-thi- rd ;JL-- A ' " Van-devee- r, Latest Improvements, 9- -7 1 '.nl 111 iWl UR C. X. FOWEfcl., 1 General -:- merchandise. 1 THTJSTEE'S SALE, I Wednesday, t, i: '?. ' Good Farm, For Salo. Acres, I iit-x- Thursday, Sept, Containing 1 Jay Farm372 J niue-Gr:i- ss 1 ID AM 17Q THE 1 1 1 1 111 Sunday-schools- , Watches, Clocks '4 )i 1 ft i 1 Jewelry ifvw v' ' "Ml one-thir- d Administratrix' And SILVERWARE. 'i 1 st STBAXXB& CO, : 592, OtfE FIHST-OIaAS- Round -:- FARE Trip ' - FOB. BENT. SPLENDID FARM, slf-blnd- stop-ov- er J4-- IJ o - V . J ::; v "i $T -i or y -- ?'' tt, it ' &. . I . b ' f -. r't7 t DANVILLE. I MmrjiEBURG.CASEY COUNTY. ' "SEsWBEeWi" ff '4M T bxxr. .' 4 Semi-Weekly r." i'1 '? fc I A1 4 6 tsTRsrwiT 1 J J. -- u i u F V ,1 a -. i I will deliscr ice every morning to families (n Born to the wife of George Eater, on I have Just oponed a first class Butcher Snop on Is hereby given that our offer to lurnlsh frea Stanford and vicinity at 5,0 cents per imi pounds; Lancaster street, where I will keep at all timer lamps to persons ordering lights piping a large crowd, Thursday. tho 10th inst., a son. for so to 100 pounds at the rate of 0 cents, and turesat cost to those ordering water, will ejplre under co pounds at the rate of cent. Mips Lily Fi'rr has returned from a Published. Every Tuoaday and Friday Enoch Harnett has bought tho After that date : BIEJSX. : IMTIEl.A.I'S on beptetnber j, 180J. Co will furnlththe Stanford I call special attention to 7. John rtrtnn-- r the all supplies rirewing Ce.'s Celebrated 1. X. - Beer, for'whlch AT Water, visit to her cousin, Mrs. 0. M. limit, at "Sqnirrelly Mooro" farm in Lincoln that can bo obtained, which I will sell at tho mar- requiredLight and Ice prices. at reasonable IN" ADVANCK. am agent. Will f jrnlsh In eitht' keg; or bottle. $2 PICK YICA.R ENGINE CO. ket price. I have a fine, no, (arse refrigerator HOWE PUMP Council Grove, Kna. county and moved thither. 33 Wnte orprces. and meats will always bo kept frth and nice nREMBRt Stanford, Ky. XsrWhtn not so paid $2.50 will be charged.tra Centre Collects opened Wednesday W. T. Richards, who has been in JULIAN VEST. 43imo with 110 students; Thursday there wero very feeble health for some 12 months, K. u. LOCAL TIME CARD. I 125 00 of them newJiames. was baptized Friday in a box. prepared BOWELL, naves Rowland at r.oo a. m., returning MUSTIS Train At 12 o'clock, Thursdrty, Mrs. Hen- for that purpose. Some 200 people witOrutl kinds, Alt person 1 fndebted to the firm ot Chadwick, atf$:sop.m. accall ami pay llallcy ry Lerner was resting quietly with nil nessed the ordinance as it was adminisSTANFORD, KY., Made and Set Up In All Farts of counts, ft Co. willmepleaseJohn H. llallcy theirCrab CARD. LAN. LOCAL TIME or at either to her symptoms of n favornhlo character. tered by Rev. W. R. Davison. Orchard. I mean ALL tno uountry. House, Sign, Decorativo Painter .11 9 pm Mailtratn going North O. P. NKWLAND, Assignee. So.4t Miss Anna Bowman, A protracted meeting conducted by No Agents employed. South ....!J5opm living with her sister, Mrs.who has been and Paper-Hauge- r. m ...n P Express train" South Craft, of Revs. W.S. Taylor and W. R. Davidson Country work solicited. Estimates furnished, i North W. ADAMS & SON, jy 15m City, Miss., since the death of her at New Salem church, in Lincoln coun659 am 3 Local Freight North.,... No. 4 j liroadway, Lexington, Ky. 19 6m tap b -- ....$ South--.Dealer In "on ty, closed last Sunday with 34 additions mother, Mrs. Mary Bowman, is hero also carry passengers. The latter train Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Seemingly toucu good Solar a vipit to Mrs. J. J. Yeiser. to the church. Th above it calculated on standard time. time it about ao minute falter. A fnct not Kenornlly known in that has been done and we sincerely hope Confectioneries, Ac. Dick DobytiB, sou of Col. G. II. Dobyne, that it may be lasting. Hat with him a first Class baker and can lurnlsh P. B. ItlliEY, Proprietor. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. 87 read, Cakes and the like on short notice. was married July 6th to a widow of It is understood that Janie Wash On Trains past Junction City as follows: Oct. 15, 1892, London, - - - Kentucky. ; last Knoxville, Tenn. Her name was Mrs. Institute will colebrato Columbus day in Q Jfc C Special d Mail is:57 - to.; New Orleans Limited 3:17 p. m.; Nettie- Kirk nud her former iiomo Fred- grand style. The exercises will consist And pursuant to a deceo of the I.lnc.ln Circuit AND SALOON I have moved to my new Hotel and am bettti Court, the fine Stock Farm of II K Gentry, do Special 3:40 p.m. ever to & C. Special 3:0? m'S,BIu2 ericksburg, Vn. of speeches and recitations by the pu-- p ceased, will be told on the premises at public auc- prepared thanattached accommodate the public.. AT ROWLAND ami every convenlenc.de-lircdtion to the hlghetl bidder. This farm is on the Good Livery Jrass Special 6:00 a. m. ; Cincinnati Limited i:8 Give me a call. Mr. Wm. B. Milburn, of Bradfords- lis, music by tho cornet nnd string Rush llranch turnpike load, about J" miles from Mail a.iS p. m. j. m.; Fast FRANK KILKY. 77 ville, and Mies Mnttie M. Johnson, bands. Profs. Huff and Allen nou'r do Stanford, is well watered, splendidly fented and I offer for sale prlwtely ray frame Hotel and daughter of John D. Johnson, of the anything by halves and a general good 305 are now renting Notico to tho Traveling Public. Saloon at Rowland, which located and a fine at S6 Rolling Fork, this county, obtained time niaj be expected. paint per month. It is centrally Of fine land, with Rood roldence, barn I have had. ,. tor business, being at a lerrrinal point ou a divismarriage liceusa Tuesday evening. Miss not very encouraging to and stable thereon. Most of the tarn) is now In It was ion of the L. & N. It has good well, stable, coal Ulue Grass. This farm Susan 0. Cartwright and Mr. Scott B. Christianity to see how eagerly mem- in three separate tracts wilt first be offered for sale outbutldlngs. Address W' gRDYAl.yiWl'j and then as a whole and HOUSE house and mher necessary FEKRILL, Stanford. a H MR MARYC. bids or that bid accepted which amount, to thoe McFerran, of this county, were married bers of the church, as well as others, the mwt, and will be sold on credits of 6, and 18 is At KowUnd repainted and nicely furnished and at the residence of tho bride's brother, sou ght the dailies last week nnd rend of months. have in connection with Hotel one salVasession for seeding purposes will be Riven loons In the Stata, open day and of the best IIAUGHMAN, night; night Dr. H.J Cartwright, at Shelby City, the disgraceful performance between the en and alter day of sale and full possession Janua- man meets all trainr. In contwetiou with aHouse FIRE AND STORM ry 1, 189J. bost Mineral wtlls In the Mats this (Thursday) morning, at 10 o'clock. two brute?, Sullivan and Corbett, at lor further information address at Stanford or have alio one of tho and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs. R R. .V J. II GKNTRY. Rev. "Win. Crow, of Richmond, officiated. New Orleans. It is gratifying, however, call on G W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd In- .V McRoberts, p. q Hill Krin, Tenn., Stanford, Rcpretenting Mr. and Mrs. McFerran left soon after to know that John L., tho hurley boastfram, Proctor, C. II.A. A. Warren,and Mrs. T. Dr. Ilraum. Mr. V Hamilton, Rowland, Mr and Mrs. 1'. II. Johnson, Hartlord, of Hartford, Oonn., the ceremony for a visit to tho bride's er, got tho "stullln" beaten out of him New Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburt; Rates ft ptr PUBLIC ALE OF mother and other relatives in Adair in a way ho richly desorved. day. J, M, Petrty, clerk Give me a call Manchester, of Manchester, ng. oduiy J.W CAKRIKK, Prop. county. John Wesley nnd Mrs. Mattiu NoPennnsylvania Firo, Philadelphia, Mrs. B. G. Boyle, whose serious ill- lan will be married to day, Tuesday, at Ins. Co. of North America, " ' ness has been noted, is thought by her the rcsidorce of Mr, II. H. McAniuch. Alt of which are fimt class Companies. I would MYEKS HOUSE The undersigned will on physicians to be a little better. Rev. H. They will start immediately and visit be pleased to wait on my friends In this Una. Pol. Icies promptly issued. Will Insure againtt tornaP. McDonald, of Atlanta, Ga., who came Cincinnati nud other cities on the other MONDAY, OCT. 17, 1892, does, wind Hormt and lightning Lightning claut-attached without additional charge here to conduct the funeral services of side of tho Ohio and be absent about 10 lie fore the e Office at Firtt National Hank, Stanford. dor in the town of GREEN, Prop. Tuesday, will remain days. Mr. Wesley is n merchant nt oVUn-p. m.. offer at public sale little Joaio Farris, Ky.sts to the highest bidder, the follow ing tracts of A Cream or Tarter Baking Powder. H ghest ol a few days on a visit to relatives and old nud n young man of steady hab- land THE STANFOKDr United State all in leavening strength.-LatA tract land In Mercer friends. A number of years ago he was its. Mrs. Bolan was formerly Miss Mat- on First.east side ofolthe Danvllla and county, Ky This stable, which Is run in connection with the Government Food Report. HarmJsburc the Myers House, has been supplied with pastor of the Danville Baptist church. tiu McAniuch. but married one John turnpike road and about s ""lea from Harrods- Co. ROYAL RAKING POWDERCO , burg, and said land being bounded on the north A New 106 Wall street, New yotic The condition of Mr. Collins Holmes, Bolan, an Ohio man, who proved to be side by the lands of Wesley Vanarsdall. on the Lot of Horses, Carriages, Has contracted with responsible firms lor its plants the llellows Mill road, south east by Buggies, Wagons, who went .to Colorado two months ago a very worthless fellow, who deserted lands bv K. W. Kastland and onon thewest by the and will have the Ice and Electric Plants compleof the the ted A. S. much iraprovod and her shortly after marriage. We oiler Danville and Harrodsburg turnplko road, and And Drummei's Supples and Is letter than ever ter. iu about sixty davs; the Water Plant soon afa mere shadow, has acres, rcod and jo square poles. In order lo placo Individual contracts in adhis friends think ho will now get well. congratulations in advance and hope containing A tract of land in Mercer county, Ky., prepared to supply the public with SURGEON DENTIST. Second. vance for Mr. Nick McDowell, Jr., who went with that tho union may prove a happy one. east of the Danville and Harrodiburg turnpike KINUB.' offers the Water and Electric Light, the Company St Son's Store, Main street, Office over Severance RIOS OF ALL followingroad, but not Binding on said road, and about 'i Neccttary water plpet will be laid, connected to Stanford. him, has improved, but not as much as miles from Harrodsburg, and being bounded on Personal and prompt attention git en to Weddings, maim at actual cci lor pine anil work. the north by tho llellows Mill road, and on the Patties and ilurlals RESOLUTIONS, Mr. Holmes. Electric wtret put In and neccttary fiiturct fureast bv the same road, and on the south by the nished free ot charge P W. GREKN. Proprietor. lands of Hardin and on the west by the lands of A. Tribble, of the Gilcher House, By W. B. To be of best quality and guarantred to give AL. HURNS, Manage the Casey County Teachera' Institute. Wesley Vanarsdall and the land of W. II. Kastsatisfaction. owned a red calf, veal size, which he land, and containing about 147 acres, be the same We, the Teachers of Casey County, more or less. The schedule of adopted rates Is t rent 1510 50 per cent, lower than is usually given kept in tho right hand stall of a stable Ky , in institute assembled, at Liberty, Third. A tract of land situated iiartly in Mer cer and partly in Boyle count es, Kentucky, and Office South side Main street, in office recently he had rented from .Mrs. Eliza Akin. having enjoyed a very pleasant and lying on the catt tide of the Danville amil liar- Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. vacatedby Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. This calf he sold to butcher R. S. Russel profitable meeting rodsburg :h not binding on at thin place, desire to uid pike, turnpike road, and about 5 miles from the town of D Dwelling of s rooir, eas faiicct $5oo Tuesday and told him where to send to express tile, and bounded on the north bv the llellows room K.'fc . our jo by the R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. get it. Russel's employe went to Mrs. ing, thereforeappreciation of said meet- Mill road, on tho south A. W Mock Mill road, on r.ach additional faucet . 00 bo it Kastland and 011 the therast by the Isnd ol Stores, Hanks and Private Offices, laucct... 5 cs Akin's premises and in the right hand S. these west by the Ilaths, private, one lauccu DENTIST. J CO Resolved, That we ehall ever hold in ing the samelanMs of of P. Fastland. andto I. be tracts land conveyed C. Hose attachment lor sprinkler .. . I stall of a stable- thereon found a red calf grateful t it mt aA J! Slables, private, one animal remembrance Prof. Alex I Caldwell as trustee of Mrs E a. Kattlaml and S CO ......w-- .. Cs movinig total Iliggins Dun, uuiki others by dredol date April nth, tSgt, and said Each additional animal , . .. I 00 Nitrous xideGas given for painless extracting. of the veal size which he took to tho Peterman for the courteous and master deed being of record In both Doyle county and STANFORD, KbiN 1 UtM. slaughter-hous- e and killed. It seems ly manner in which he instructed us as Mercer coupty. Electric Light Rates. In making the sale the first two parcels of land that Mrs. Akin Ins two stables on her a body of teachers. above described, and which join, will be offered as I'or commercial uses CRAIG, place, one of which she rents to Mr. 2. a whole and then offered separately aod that bid DR. One arc and three 16 c, p. incandescent lamp That we tender our thanks to our accepted which brings the most money Tho thud per year .........w.........M.Jo 00 Tribble and the other to Mr. John superintendent, J. W. Hoskins, for oe biki oy itteti Homeopathic Physician, hori&c. p each incandescent light, per mo. co the parcel win mado known on day of sale. TERMS Huguely and that Russel's man, when gentlemanly I. C CALDWELL, Ag't, Aug. j4. '9.' manner in, which he has 54 t. - - KENTUCKY he - STANFORD, went after the Tribble calf, got into presided over this assembly and for his OfficcHours: 10 to 11 a. m ; to 3 p. m.; 8 to the wrong stable and led Huguely's calf For Residence Uset untiring eilbrts'.to elevate the standard The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, For 1st 18 c. p. ncondetecnt lamp permo away to the shambles. When Huguely Office on Lancaster street, opposite ". td Nose, Throat and Chronic Disof education in tho public schools of our . it .1 3d went to feed his calf in the evoning he ease Specialist in the Stitc. HMBitttSitltsMbaSSiSTS " sth" connty, ' " " found iC gone and being told that a For each additions! " Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co o. That we thank tho good people of For lurther information, apply to strange man had led it away, he went this town and community for their tl J W HAYDEN.Sup't.&c. Miners and shippers of the GENUINE after hint with blood in his eye and a 44 kindnesa and hospitality nnd for their in each hip pocket. Tribble and Russel endeavors to make our stay among them, agents for Stanford and heard of his dangerous mood and kept enjoyable. Try it We are the sole in the shade until by several special Rowland. Office corner ot Depot street and rail KNVSSMSTUl'Vl 4. That we thank Mr. Virgil Coleman road crossing. OK STANFORD, KY., messengers (hey made him understand HIGGINS'AIWATTS. 6 for his gratuitous services as secretary of Lss3ssH!3k that no larceny had been intended, but It now fully orgaoited and ready for butiness with our meeting, the church for the use of that only an inuocent mistake had been MORE LAND, Paid up Capital of - $200,000. its organ, Miss Willie Gann for her serDealer in the above. made. At this writing, Wednesday . .Dealer in vices as organist, Misses Amanda Stone, 19,000. Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Surplus, evening, about of Mr. Dollio Whipp and all others who aided Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a ipeciatty. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN Huguely's anger has abated and it is sofd for Cash only. 9 NATIONAL G&ods Persons having any of the above described ito-in our various evening entertainHANK OK STANFORD, for sale orfwlshing, to purchase same, will do wy.ll probable there will ho no loss of blood us ments. Now closing up) with the same assets and under received my Fall Stock of Shoes and 1 have Just to call on or address nie An experience of fifteen the same management. cordially invite tlio citizens of this vicinity to call Bave by the calf. 5. That a copy of these resolutions years in this butiness ha been of profit to me and evUy provisions of Itschailcr, depositors are as I think I can make it profitable both to the buyer In and examine them. Goods sold lower than and Tuesday evening, while Mrs. Hen with the request to publish he sent to fully protected as aio depositors in National I am headquarters lor Staple er. Remember andtWIcr I O address Stsnford, Ky. 100 Ilsnkt, its shareholders being held Individually Fancy Groceries: Will aoon have a complete line ry Lerner, a Hebrew lady of this place, each of tho following papers: Educa Office at the Myers House. liable to the extent ol the amount of their stock of Hardware in stock. tiond cburant, Home and School, Ken sstttttttttfss was seated at a sewing machino she felt tucky Advocate and KOWianu, ".jr. therein at the par value thereol, in addition to th sssssssssr stttttttttttK :s7-J. II. IllblUn, Interiok Jour.val. amount invested In such shares. It may act as a severe pain in the abdomen, which inJaaaaaaaaasK executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully at issssssssssssst'HissssssV Geoiioe M. Staton, J0C. 38TJT3XX s individual. creased every moment until it became VCom. Res. MissFannii: Hari-kii- , To thrite who entrusted their bultlnett to us R. L. Rectok, while mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank ol unindurable. Dr. Dunlap was sent for Central Kentucky Hedgt agent Stanford, REAL here tender our many thanks and AGENT trust they we we continue to transact their butiness f!I am Co.. of for The and oiler the services ol atid told her all the symptoms indicated ?J1 Lancaster, will For many years Mr. 11, K. Thompson, of Des Hh us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attto- - ' both myself and the Company to the ciUicns of that an internal hemorrhage had taken Moines, Iowa, wat severely afflicted with chronic Ky. Lincoln county. I am very thankful for the liberlion to same, our twenty years experience lo banking and as liberal accommodations as arc conal patronage received and hope by lair dealing to place and that the location of it was dinrrhcca. lleuyi: "At times it was very sea good APPLEWAM M. D., I have quite a number of FARMS for salo ol the sistent with sound banking merit a continuance Farmers in need ofStanford probably where she felt the pain. He vere; so much so thtt I fturedI it would end my life. About seven years ago chanced to procure fence will find me at the Mjers House in Lands in Lincoln county. m.tv best II DIHKCTOXt: on each County Court day. told her further that in a surgical opera- 1 bott'e ot ItChamberlain's Colic and Dlarrhtca . THE CELF.IIRATED These Farms are all well improved and good M w- - JOHNSON. gave me prompt relief and I belivo Remedy. 97.6m J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon ; rich lands, running in site from 5010500 Acres, tion lay the only chance and that might cured roopermancntly,as I now fat or drink any Considering thcis locality, their richness and ferJ. M. Hall, Slanlurdj thing I please without harm I haVe also used it tility of soil, the conveuieuce of turnpikes and railI. H.YEAGER be a remote one, of saving hor life. She in my l.imlly with tnc best results." r or sale oy ut. MM. BRUCE. J. S. Owsley, .Stanford ; roads that bring markets right lo our door, they S J. Embry, Stanford; hesitated for a time on account of her il L. ilourue, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, are cheaper than tho Lands of any other county in Formerly Professor of Practice of Medicine, Ky. BRUCE & YEAGER, tho State There is scarcely a Farm in the cou'n. J. K. Lynn, Stanford; husband's absence, but finally consent over $ mllet A. W. Carpenter, Milledgevtlle; Medical Collogo, tyThe county isfrom a detot. turnpikes running Bucklln'aArnlca Salvo. checked with ed and tho Dr. assisted by Dm. Montfort, and sale stasis, J F. Cash, Stanford; The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruises inevcry direction. There is not a public road cu TORONTO, CANADA, Guest and Kincaid, opened the abdomi- tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapWilliam Gooch, Suutord, Ky. tering the county teat that is not Macadamued We have the Knoville llranch of the L. tV N. It. ped all skin crup chilblains, S II. Shanks, President. nal cavity, in which was found at least a lionshands,positively curescorns arid no pay requirNow Examining Physician of the STANFORD, KY. piles, or R. dividing the county from East to Wen and the and C. S. R. R from North to tfouth; the K. C. R. R. gallon and a half of partly clotted blood. ed. It is guaranteed to K'v perfect satisfactioc, i II. Owsley, Cashier. W M. Blight, Teller reJuly 1st trom this place to Cincinnati, crotsiuir the C. & O. Southern Medical Institute, The above firm went into effect patronage and the This was removed and in one of the in- or money refunded. Price t$ cents per boa. or at Winchester, giving full access to the markets oil spectfully asks a share of the Kor sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. public, the whole world, lietidcs, we have threa large LOUISVILLE, KY. testines fvas discovered n gangrened who has long been with Aims in tne county inai give ua a market Capt. "V. A. Abbott, perforation au inch and n quarter long Messrs. Perclval & Hatton, Real Estate and In- Will be at Myer3 House, Stanford for all our cram right at home, and the devplnn. HORSES NATIONAL BANK NEW RIGS AND mentol the mountain regions ol Eastern and surance Brokers, Des Moines, Iowa, and It ono of and a half inch wide. From this per- ihebest knojvn and most respected businessmen Kentucky bv lailronds and the out. Tuesday, Oct. 11. OF STANFORD. KV. purchased and nothing but Have been let Sonth by railroads has created kuch a demand foration seven feetofitapo worm pro- in that city, says: "I can testify to lliegood qualturnouts will leave the stable. Having From 8 a in. to 9 p. m., one day only, returning for all kinds of cereals and uruvender that wecan ities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy scarcely retain enough tor homeconsumptlon, truded, the head being inside and con- used it in my family for the past eight )cars, I can every four weeks during the year. Capital Stock- or 1 are prosperous, kind, Give Dr. Appleman is a graduatecf Ilcllevue Hospit- bell e people Christianity and geueruusand Thore cealed from view. The intestine was safely sayajIt has no equal for eitherbycolda M Dr. bottles for sale ring in education. and croup." 37 Elec- it tut a neighborhood in the county but hat a Surplus cut in two and 'the gangrened portion Ir. liourue, urugglti anu upici-i- , autmuru, i) al Medical College, New York City, and the hat gcoa cnurcn ncal Medical College, Toronto, Canada. He and made a special study (it the disease he treated in removed and the two ends sewed to county scat of Stanford, Attention of the gre- -t Ilcllevue and Charity Hospital for sev. perous little the of about a.too Lincoln, is a nros- - that this is tho the public is invited to the fac A Safe Investment only National Hank in Stanford city tnhab.tanta and is gether. At this hour, Wednesday, 5 bring you satis- cral years and recognises nosuperior in diagnosing the great doorway from the North and North- - Under the provisions of the National Dank Act Is one whbhis Kuarauteed to He devotes all east South and from the Nurthwest to houtheast. depositors are secured not only by tha capital p. m., the patient is doing fairly well; factory results, or in case of failure, a return of and treating Chronic Diseases purchase price. On this safe plan you can his time to the treatmeutof chronic and nervous and standing as it docs gating right Into the bos- itvck, but bv the stockholders' liability lor STANFORD, KY., much better than at any time since the yourfrom our advertised druggist u bottle of Dr. diseases of both sexes nnd his skill as an expert in om of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern amount erllial to the Stdck. ao that dnriAlitnrs ao buy nf this class tne whole HliwUrats this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Kentucky backed King's New Discovery for Consumption. It operation. The doctors think that the guaranteed to brlnu; relief in every case whens cesslully, of cases is well established. Treats sue region ot the Statu up byrailroads running throu and with Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank are made each yearto the Uulted States govtrn-meit to an points oi tne compass, makes It natui hemorrhage and tho diseased condition uted for any affection of the throat, lungs pr chett inflimmatlon of the and its assess are examined at stated times one of the best located towns In the for of tho intestine were caused by the tape such as consumption,whooping cough, croup,lungs,, Cures etc mannfactures and other enterprises of magnitude. by government agents, thus securing addltltona bronchitis, asthma, refurnished, is now worm fastening its fangs upon the intes- etc It is pleasant and agteeable to the taste, rjThis Hotel, renovated and in Ears Water Works are now being agitated and right snd perfect saieiy to depositors. Acute nnd Chronic Catarrh King in my charge ud I intend to conduct it so as to tine and a blood vessel located alongside This Institution, originally established as ina of a mile safe and can always be relied upon. Trial Deatnest, Disease! of Eye, Ear. NioSe, Throat above the town about not only maintain its high reputation, but to add of it. there could be erected Water Works with very Deposit Hank or Stanford In 1858, then free at At R. Peuny's drug store L. lings, Kidney, Urinary and illadder troubles bottles to Its long lilt ol friends. Special accommodaHnght's Diteate, Dube tes, Dvtpeptla, Coosti little cost that would supply a city of 130,000 in- iied as the National Hank ol Stanford In iSdsand InteriorJournbl NEW BUTCHER SHOP. NOT1CX- - xcx Aarxj 'Wiro-Inga- Sells Bros1, circus exhibited hero to THE 1 MONUMENTS 27otio Mc-Co- -- t5-3- m Mo Fine Stock Farm For Sale. Saturday, THE RILEY HOUSE South-boun- P- - Uluo-Gra- ss HOTEL North-bound-- a OOYAl laM' Contains about Illue-Grass Acres F O IR; SA Xj IE. J. II. INSURANCE AGENT THE SIIEITON jj-t- d ValuableFarming Lands POWDER Absolutely Pure est Court-Hous- Dan-vill- X.XTTEHTT ST,5:BE.E P.W. n ct well-know- Watertight and Ice - otRej PRICE, ij FIR3T-OUA8- S PENNY, Dentist. 1 - T m at ssssrlisss jfF .. .... 1 JOHN M. 1 court-hous- 39-i- , -- Original Jellico Coal. slBS&vv' v FarfflorsBaak&TrastCo. J. H. HILTON, -:- HBpsssMsL? WILLIAM General Merchandise. t three-fourth- s k y TO THE FARMERS. iBssBaBBP' J. S. ESTATE Stanford, ss I. English Specialist, Electrical mil m ' FIRST first-ch- ut south-easter- n them a Call. $200,000 nt acnooi-nout- e, 20,000 THE GOFFEY HOUSE JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. Permanently So-it- m nt per-fctl- y three-fourt- hs an , i n The mystery of the poisoning of Mrs, Austin, the Louisville assignation A First-Clas- s Saloon house keeper, and Mrs. Sherrill. tho ROOMS attached. And BILLIARD and POOL wife of a drummer, who was at her JOSEPH COFFEY. house to meet u man, is clearing up. Yin ce Spaninger and Josephine Cole, his mistress, uro in jail for the murder. When tne first cabin passengers of cash market price paid the Normannia attempted to laud at Fire Highest Island, a mob of the inhabitants met for them and refused, to let them ashore. They- were compelled to remain all that night anchored in'the inlet on a vessel without sleeping accommodations &c, at and suffered, great hardships. There has not been anything in modern times bo cruel and inhuman. STANFORD, KY. S yr tions for commercial travelers and fine rooms for the dlsploy of samples, j dJ.&'JEL I BeefiHides, Fur, Tallow, M.E. ELKIN&CO., - nation, Rheumatism aud i'aralysis, Epilepsy or Merit Wins. fit positively cured. Young or middle aged men suffering from Wedcsire to say to our citirens that for years we Impotency, Eruptions, the results of have been sailing Dr. Kliitt's.New Discovery for King's New Life Pills, Iluck-len- 's errors or excestet, should call before it is too latu. Consumption. Dr Arnica Salve and Electric Uitters.and have We gurantee a cure if case has not gone too far handled remedies that sell as well or the Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the face have given such universal catitlaction. We do permanently removed hesitate to guarantee them every time and we not atand ready to refund the purchase price if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have wou their great popularity purely At Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, utc, 111 their merits, A. R. Penny, Druggist. cured uy never tailing remedies. Uiseasesol women, such as L.cucorrheat p;alnful MenstruaUon, Displacement ot Womb, .it earing down trains in back, relieved in short time. The Doctor carries all his portable instruments and comes prepared to examine the most obscure medical and surgical cases. When Baby was sick, we gave tier Caatorl. He undertakes no incurable ducases but cures When the was a, Child, aba erted for Cwtorla. hundreds given up to die. When she became MiM, shfl dun; to Castorlss. Wfaea she bad CbiHnw, ahe gare them Castor!. And Confidential. Address n,r Blood and Skin DiscnHes. CONSULTATION FREE. fa. 1 J, S.APPLKMAtf.M.D., Louisville, Ky. habitants with the purest and best water in the world. Our lilllo city hjs been newly rebuilt in the last few years and its business houses ard residences will compare with larger cities of greater pretensions. Our merchants and tradesmen are all prosperous and doing well. We have two banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are prosperous and in a good rondition. We have splendid schools. We have a Female College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu nils in attendance and under the prlncipalship ol rroi, j 01. iiuuuaru, is in a nouritning cone tion. We alto have a Seminary that is a good school, with Prof. U, F. Johnson, at its head. Ve have one of the best Public School buildings !c this section of the State, with over 100 pupils in attendance, and with other good private schools, you see our school facilities are excellent. We bare elegant church bullniugs, representing every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers of fias class talent and ara doing a better business than any class of men in the city, I have tried to make this statement as facts, without an v exaggeration or coloring, as those who know will bear n e ,out, and those who wish to buy pleassnt hemes at lair prices and locate amonga good people with all the best surroundings, would do well to call and see me before oliewhere -pur-chas- ing as the First National Hank of bunlord in ibSj, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of 31 years. 1 Is better supplied now with facilities for transacting butinets prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-le- d. 1 again The Directory of this Hank is composed ol T. J. Foster, of Stanford; Forettus Reid, Lincoln county; J. W. Hayden, Stanford ; S.H. Raughman, Lincoln; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Hcjcker. Stanford; G, A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W.O.Welch, Stanford; , S, Ifocker, OFFICERS: President; W.lTate, Stanford. John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier. JA flaw tvj a 3if :c&