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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892092301 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. v J Semi-Weeklvol. xx. BOUNDARY OF VOTINQ PRECINCTS. y Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 1892. NO. 60 OPENS SEPT. 14, 1892. prolessors and instructor, eight course of study as follows Azricultnr.il, Scientific HlotogicAl, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. County appointees received free of tuition. Hoard in dormitories $j per week; in private families $3.50 to $4. For catalogues apply to JA3. K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., Pros., Loxington, Ky. Twcnty-neve- The followhiK Is the boumlury of the sovernl votltiR prcclnctB In Lincoln county, to wit: BTANKOnt) MECISCT. NOTl. 4 K i ! lo Stanford turnpikes, thunco down Crab Orchard turnpike whoro and boundary lineH of Stanford and Rowland unite near Mra. J. 11. Shanks', excluding her; thence straight lino to comer between land of I. M. Uruco and II. J. Darst; boundary lino of town of thence a straight lino to Win. excluding him, then to V. K. excluding him; then down Creek to Dir Kivor; thence up Gilberts Creek to tho Garrard county Hue. excluding tho John SinipBon place; thence the Garrard county lino to tho Uoyle line, thonce tho Hoylu line to point where Danville and Crab Orchard turnpike crosses Uoyle and Lincoln Knee; thence up Danville nnd Crab Orchard piko to It. C. Warren's, excluding him, thence to M. 0. Porttnnn's, exclud-rliiiu, thenco M. F. Klkin's, on Stanford and Lancaster turnpike, excluding him. tboncu down Lancaster and Stan ford turnpike to tho beginning. Tho vote to be taken in nnhl precinct at same point in City of Stanford, Ky. oTANIOIUI, no. -- . e, Beginning at the InteiHection Crab Orchard, Stanford anil Lan. cuter turnpikes; thence up Stanford and tanenster turnpike to M. F. Klkin's, in arron s, cluding him; thenco to It. C. including him; thonco down the Danville nnd Crab Orchard turnpiko to tho Uoyle county line; thenco tho Uoyle line to point whore Knob Lick creek crosses lino between Uoylo and Lincoln; thenco down Knob Lick creek to whoro Knob Lick, McCormnckn Church and Tumenjvillo turnpikes uros Knob Lick creek, near II. F. Powell's, including him; thence straight lino to Mrs. J. 0. Neal's. excluding her, thence tho and Stanford turnpiko to Interof Danville and Crab Orchard section turnpike; thenco Danville nnd Crab Orchard turnpiko to the beginning. Tho vote In Bald precinct to be taken at some point in the City of Stanford, Ky. Dan-vllHow-lanPer-kinsd; UoKlnninj: at tho Intorsectlnn of the Danville, Crtib Orchard, Lancaster and ', Am-jnon- Lo-Kti- n'a i v ? lV- il ' Tho speech of Hon. SamHardtn at An. Excellent hoarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. tho democratic convention on Monday made every democratic heart warm to him. The prayer of Rev. F. K. Struve was a good one, without any partisanship or DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. anything unpleapant, nt the democratic THE NEXT SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION BEGINS SEPTEMBER 14, 1892, convention. Tho man Anderson who is accused With n full course of study, both English and Classical. While the course ot Instruction Is especially to prepare young men for the Freshman Class, It is the same of killing Kditor Rucker, of Somerset, is adaptedEnglish education to any who desire it. In connectionintended atAcademy, time to furnish a with the liberal a half brother of Rev. W. T. Hryant's A wife, of this city. M. Jackson's little bay mare went Has been established In the Homo nnd under the personal control of the Principal. Hegular study R. under the supervision of the Principal and assistants and the lame on tho Somerset track at the fair hours noinc are comuiucu win, mc umi cuui.aiiui.ui iiuvaui4Kci. restraints and government of Chris tian there nnd if she does not recover, his For further particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc , address loss will bo $1,000. JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. G. A. Denhntn is a great peace maker in a democratic convention nnd to him is due much of tho harmonious proceedings of our convention. All aro glad to learn the Middles-bor- o conference sent Rev. Struve to us for another year as pastor of tho M. E. During the year 1892 I shall' keep constantly on church, south, nt this place and at Manstock of hand a full and complete chester. jVsMflKUHiB'-fifi 1 sent you a dispatch Monday givssS1kSok S5 SmbIsh nHMi ing the action of tho democratic convenWAYNK3HUUO, NO. 'J. tion and the unanimous nomination for Mr. and Mrs. R. 15. McRoberts. of Beginning at J. Tombs, excluding him; Congress in this district of Hon. J. R. thence down Green River to tho Casey Lancaster, were in town Tuesday, the Hindmau. On being notified of his county line; thence with Casey line to a guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. B. Nichols. nomination, the governor accepted it In tho circuit court this week tho point where the county road leading by My stock of nnd made a stirring speech pledging Tipton Sims' place croB.H'B tho Casey prosecutions against Kato Loe nnd Joo himself to earnest nnd untiring work. line; thence to Tipton Sims' place, in .Morrison, cnargeu with nn nttempt to Tho resolutions endorse tho platform of cluding it; thence a straight line to burn, &c, were continued. Also thoso the National convention, pledge sup- Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ot Henderson Sims' place, excluding it; of Pomp Bates nnd Georgo Word, charg- port to its nominees, condemnjtho force thence a Btraight lino to K. Padgett's, ed with killing Geo. Wells. In tho case bill, favor tho reduction of taxes,;Stnte drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas D.uvron in charge. A. R. PENNY. excluding him; thence n straight line to of Charles Christopher, charged with nnd National to the necessities of an BTANTOUl), NO. .1. Win. Dishon's, excluding him; thence n malicious shooting, the jury disagreed, economically administered government, Beginning at a point on Danville and straight line to lino of Crab Orchard nine for acquittal and three for unlawful favor a sound and stnblo currency, free Crab Orchard turnpike, where the boun- magisterial district; thence said line to shooting. and pure elections and reiterate devodary lines of Stanford and Rowland intersection of Wnynosburg precinct ho. Tho marriago of Miss Jessie T. meet, near Mrs. J. II. Shanks, thence :i; thence a straight line to B, Kidd'B, Dodds, daughter of Capt. J. R. Doods, tion to the cause of the laboring people. down tho Danville ami Crab Orchard excluding him; thence a Btraight lino to to Mr. A. L. Browning, of Boaworth, LANCASTER, 6ARRARD COUNTY. turnpiko to wlKrd it Intersect with the toll gate at Old Solotnop WIx' place, on Mo., took place at the family residence, About closed out our stock of Spring Clothing; only a few Suits left, A choice lot of seed wheat for sale. Stanford and Hustonvlllo turnpike to Highland and Waynesburg turnpike, ex Wednesday morning, Rev. R. II. Caldwhich we offer at J. B. Collier, Lancaster. Mrs. JohnO. Seal's, Including her; then cluding u Btraight line to C. well, of tho Cumberland Presbyterian it; thence a straight lino to Monroe Smith's, In- R. Vaught's, excludiug him and the G. church, officiating. The brido wore a A good crowd attended the sale of cluding him, and Including John tho personal property of Hon. Wm. A. Dye and J. S. Dye places; thonce a dark blue traveling dress with hat and and James. Daugherty; thence a Btraight lino to the Tbeginning at J. gloves to match. Tho groom wore the deed., Tuesday and everything Bold straight line to tho toll hotiHa ou top of Tombs. customary black. Soon after breakfast for good prices. Just received a new stock of the Hall's Gap, including it; thonce o straight Editor Kucker, who was assassinavoting place to be at some con- Mr. and Mrs. Browning left for a trip to The line to Geo. Bailey's, including him; venient placo hi Kingsville, Ky., in said Washington City and the east. Rela- ted nt Somerset Tuesday night, publishS. Owsthence a straight lino to John tives of the parties and a few intimate ed a newspaper in Lancaster about 20 precinct. ley's, excluding hhn and Including tho Ho had many ndmiring friends nlono were present nt tho cere- years ago. YVAYNK8IIUIUI, NO. 3. P. II. Napier place; thenco a straight friends here who deeply deplore his un Heginninu at the toll gato on top of mony. lino to tho Hamilton Baughman place, Halls Gap, excluding it; thenco a straight Mr. John J. Samuel was, Thursday timely death. excluding it; thence n straight lino to line to Monroe Smith's excluding him; at noon, honorably acquitted of the The health board is visiting each tho Wm. Shanks place, excluding it; thence down Green River to Todds', ex charge of sotting tire, last Christmas residence in town nnd making a thorIn Stiff and Soft Hats, Caps,&c. In the Shoe line we can offer you thence to K. T. Pence, excluding him; cluding him; thence a straight lino to C. night, to a belonging to ough examination of tho ; premises. lino to tho beginning, anything for thenco a straight R. Vaught's, including his and tho G. H. Hubert MeGoodwln, of this place. The Whilo there is not bo much cause of near Mrs. J. II. Shanks, Including her. alarm, It is well enough to givo the town Dye and J. S. Dyo places; thence n charge in tho first plnce was baseless, or Tho vote to said precinct to bo taken straight line to toll gate nt the intersec- so nearly so that any one of a dozen per- n thorough cleaning. at Borne point in tho city of Stanford, tion of High'and and Waynesburg turn- sons might have with the some proprieA very hard wind and rain storm As low as any House in town. Ky. visited our .town am' lity Tuesday pikes at tho old Solomon Wix place, in- ty been accused as Mr. Samuel, and if STANFORD, NO. !. 15. any one of tho dozen had been accused night. Much damage . . ported to have E. &V. Collars, Neckwear, Hosiery, Puff Shirts, etc. Trunks and Beginning at point on Danville and cluding it; thenee a straight Hue to been done to tho corn crop. During the Valises, Umbrellas and Gum Coats. lines of Kidd's, including him and excluding there would have been no evidence in Crab Orchard turnpike, where Lewis Hall place; thenco to lino of the mind of any fair person against him. Btorm tho weather vane nnd pait of the .Stanford ana iiowiium meei, near Mrs. tho We have a few pairs of Shoes and Slippers that were slightly dam cupola Crab Orchard magisterial district; thence That the whole transaction was a con- iron railing on tho court-houJ. H. Shanks, excluding her; thenco a with were blown off. aged by removal at our recent fire that we will sell regardless of cost. sdd Hue to Skilton Coleman's, ex- spiracy there is no doubt in the minds straight line to K. T. Ponce's, including The examining trial of John Campcluding him and excluding Win. Ander- of those acquainted with tho inside facts. him; thenc n straight lino to old Wm. bell for killing Humphrey Best began including it; thonce a son's and Daniel AndersouV; thenco a The casn was ably presetited to tho jury Shanks place, It. C. Warren, tho defendant's Wednesday. The entire day was token straight lino to John S. Owsley's includ- straight lino to tho beginning nt toll by Hon. gate on top of Halls Gu,i and including uncle, of Stanford, and J. W. Yerkes.of up uy ineoxaminniion ol tlio commoning him; thenco aBtraight line to W. P. Danville, for the defense Messrs. wealth's witnesses and tho case was con Grimes, including him; thenco to a point J. II. Carter. The vote in said precinct to be taken Hermlou and Harding represented tho tinued until today, Thursday. The on Stingy Creek, whoro it crosnes the porno point iu Highland, Ky., in prosecution. Without disparaging tho commonwealth is represented by CounGarrard county lino, near V. II. Ande- at ellort of any gentleman on either side, ty Attorney K. II. Tomlinson nnd Judgo rson; thence the Garrard lino to Gil- precinct. it is but justice to Bay that Mr. Warren's Sauiley, whilo Gen. Landram and J. M. ill'STONVII.MC, NO. 1. berts Creek; thonce down Gilberts Ueginnlng at John Murphy's, exclud- argument was a masterpiece of eloquence Kothwellnre looking after tho interests Creek, including tho John Simpson of tho defendant. Campbell, who was ing him; thence straight Hue to J. M. aud logic. place, to Dix Kiver to tho mouth of wounded during tho flght, has recovered excludiug hiin; thenco a straight Creek; thonco up Logans Creek to Carter's, In view of tho order of tho city coun- sulllciently to attend tho trial. line to Dr. P. W. Logan's, including hlrn; W. K. AmnionB', including him; thenco cil to clean up and disinfect, we give Mrs. Nell D. Elkin, who has been including him; thence thence n straight lino to whero Harris' this recipo from tho Country Gentleto Wm. Perkins', visiting her sister, Miss Jennie Duncan, Creek empties into Knob Lick; thenco relin-hi- e aBtraight lino to point on boundary returned to her home in Atlanta, Wedup Knob Lick creek to the Uoyle coun- man for n disinfectant, which that line of the town of Rowland, corner to paper recommends in tho highest nesday. Mrs. W. It. Marrs has accepted ty line; thouco with the Boyle county for land of I. M. Bruco and II. J. Darst, terms. It is tasteless, colorless, inodor- a position with n large millinery house beginning, line to tho Casey county line; thenco osiyo nnd can bo used in Nashville. Mrs. Dr. Joe Kodgers, of thenco a straight line to tho Colic, Constipation, with tho Casey county lino to point ous nnd non con "CastorU U so well adapted to children that C&atorla euros Diarrhoea. Eructation, including tho old Hiiro placo. Sour titotnooh, riak: "For one barrel of 33 or Bloomington, Ind., is visitiug her moth- I recommend It oa superior to any prcscripUon without Hustonvlllo and Bradforda-vlllwhere the Kills Worms, given sleep, and promotes di Tho vote In said precinct to bo taken H. A. Arcuir, SI. restlou. turnpiko crosses the Casoy lino; 40 gallons, take one ounce of nitrato of er, Mrs. Pattio I). Gill. Mrs. 0. M. known to me." Oxford St., Brooklyn,D., Y, Without injurious medication. N. IU So. point In tho town of Rowland, at some lend and dissolve in warm water. Take Kichnrdson, of Somerset, is visiting her thenco with the Hustonvillo nnd me Centaur Compant, 77 Murray Street, N. Y Ky. turnpike to poiut in town of eight ouuees of common salt, dissolve parents on Lexington street. Miss MagCllAll OIlCIIAllU, NO. 1. Hustonvillo, whoro paid road intersects nnd mix with tho dissolved nitrate. Fill gie Millie in visiting in Richmond. Judgo Beginning at a point on Stingy Creok, 0. Hemphill attended the meeting with Stanford and Hustonvlllo turnpike; up tho barrel with water aud put the J. Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias of at whoro Baid creok crosses tho Garrard it. This makes a saturated tho mixture in thenco with the Stanford and HustonHarrodBburg this week. county line, near W. H. Anderson's; solution of chloride of lead at a cost ol villo turnpiko to tho beginning nt John thence Garrard county line to tho Rock- Murphy's. Happy Uooalora. not more than 10 or 15 cents for thb Wm. Timmons, postmaster ot Idavillc, Indiana, castle county line; thenco with tho barrel full. Tho voto to le taken at somo poiut in writes; "Klectric Hitters hat done more for me Uofikcaatlo lino to the rulaaki line; all other (i "NsM3sKstr that had Miller's buw mill boiler at Shopville, than arising medicines combined, fortrouble.'' feeling Pulaski county lino to town 01 uusionvino, , in ema precinct. from kidney and liver with tho ,1111111 t ir O nMssVsWJsflsWHssWV Jk-- . "SB killing instant- John Leslie, farmer and stockman, of same place, Pulaski county, exploded moiunilULHU,., says: "Kind Electric Hitter to be the best kidwhero tho Crab Orchard and WOOU810CK Beginning at John Murphy's, on Stan. ly Pleas Whitsou nnd injuring Georgo ney and liver medicine, made me feel like a new croesea tho Pulaski line; thonce road Gardner, hardware merchant, same J. ford nnd Hustonvillo turnpiko, exclud- Whitson, Tol Kandall, Paul Grgg and man-- " says W."Eloctnc Hitters is just the thing for town, down said road to point in Crab Orch- ing him; thenco down is said pike to tho Allen Miller, two or more of whom will a man who or all run dot n and don't care whether he lives dies; he found new strength, good ard, aa continuation of Lancaster nnd intersection of suid turnpiko with Hus- die. appetite and felt just like he had a new leas? on turnpiko and Danville and Crab Orchard life. tonvillo and Hradfordsvillo turnpiko, in Bergman, tho anarchist, who shot store, Only 5c a bottle at A, K. Penny' drug Crab Orchard turnpike; thenco down town of Hustonville; thonco with Hus- MnnngerFrick, of tho Homestead works, Danville nnd Crab Orchard turnpiko to Bucklln'aArnlca Salve. tonvillo nnd Bradfordsville turnpike to 21 years in tho pen. Ho waB The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruises J S. Owsley's, excluding him; thonco tho Cusoy county line; thence the Casoy was given salt rheum, fever excluding taken thither at once and a guard has to sores, ulcers,chilblains, corns sores,alltetter, chapped hands, and BtrniRht lino to W. P. Grimes, skin erup Call and secure Bargains. lino to tho begin-nin- county lino to Green Kiver; thence up bo kept over him to prevent his attempt- tlons and positively cures piles, or no pay requirlilm; thonco a straight It is inv. Kiver to J. Tombs', excluding ing to commit suicide, which he declares ed. moneyguaranteed to Price perfect satisfaction, Green refunded. 15 cents per box. or POST-OFFIC- E point whore Stingy Creek crosses him; thence a Btraight line to K. L. ho will do the first chance. For sale by A. K. Penny, Stantord, Ky, county line. Garrard Tho vote to bo taken nt some point in tho town of Crab Orchard, Ky., in ?aid precinct. Tho vote in Bald precinct to bo taken at some point in tho town of Crab Orch-ar- k, Kj., in said precinct. CUAIIOUCIIAIU), no. i!. Beginning at the intersection of the Danvlllo nnd Crab Orchard nnd LancaB ter and Crab Orchard turnpikes, thence with tho Crab Orchard and Woodstock road to Pulaski county line, near Beo Lick; thenco with Pulaski line to Crab Orchard piko at Buck Creek, thonce a strilght lino to Coleman's, at foot of Cox Gap, including him, William Anderson, Davo Anderson and excluding John Lay; thence n straight line to tho toll house on top of Halls Gap, excluding it; thence a straight lino to Geo Uai- ley's, excluding him, thence a straight lino to J. S. Owsley's, excluding him aud excluding the old P. II. Napier place; thence up tho Danville and Crab Orchard turnpiko to tho beginning at tho intersection of Danville nnd Crab Orchard mid Lancaster and Crab Orchard Tanner's, excluding him and tho following places: B. Nichols', W. .Montgomery's, G. Anderson's, 0. Anderson's, T. Reynolds', II. Carson's and C. Clarkson'e; thenco a straight lino to F. Moore's, excluding him; thonco with Hanging Fork, McKlnuey Station and Green River turnpiko or to tho beginTring at John Murphy's. Tho voto to be taken at some point in tho town of Hustonville, in said precinct. llUBTONVII.LK, NO. 3. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Mrs. Dora Jackson, who has been ill so long, will probably not survive 24 STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. n hours. Tho protracted meeting at tho Christian church is still going on with n good attendance. Tho kindergarten commenced Monday night with n good attendance of uico little folks. II. A. Roundtrpc, deputy railroad agent, left Monday for a visit to Indiana. Postmaster Weaver wants it understood that he is for no force bill, but for n free ballot iuuI fair count every time. A number of our people are in at- tendauce at the Barbourville fair and more will follow and three-weeks' g Dsn-vlll- Beginning at Monroe Smith's, excluding liim; thence down Green River to J. Tombi', Including him; then a Btraight lino to K. L. Tanner's, Including hhn nnd including tho following places: B. Mcliols.w. Montgomery's, G. Ander son's, C. Anderson's, T. Reynolds' nnd Hanson C. Clarkson's; thence a straight lino to F. M Ware's, including him; thenco with Hnnging Fork, McKinney Station and Green River Turnpike to intersection of said road with Stanford and Hustonvillo turnpikont John Murphy's, including him; thenco a straight lino to J. M. Carter's, including him; turnpikis. thence straight line to Dr. P. W. LoWAYNK81L'IUI. NO. 1. Beginning at a point where county gan's, excluding him; thence a straight road leading by Tipton Sims' placo cross- line to where Harris creok enters ines the Casey Hue; thence the Casey line to Knob Lick creek; thenco down to the Pulaski line to Crab Orchard fork Knob Lick creek to B. F. Powell's, of Buck Creek; thence with lino be excluding hiin; thonce a straight lino tween Crab Orchard nnd Wnyncsburg to Mrs. John 0. Neals, excluding her; Magisterial district in J. Lay's place, to thence n straight lino to the beginning e point whero Wiiyneaburg precinct No. 2 nt Monroe Smith's, excluding John nnd James Daugherty. Intersects said line; thence with lino of Tho voto to he taken at Turneraville, precinct No. ii to Win. Dishon's, including him; thence straight line to 15. Pad- In said precinct. A true copy from the records of my gett's, including him; thence in straight ollice, Attest, G. B. Coonm, Clerk. line to the Hcnucraon Sims place, exBy J. C. Uailky, D. C. cluding it; thence to the beginning nt CaBey county line. DANVILLE. Tho voting placo shall ho nt some con Mrs. Henry loonier is now pronounc venient place in Waynesburg, in said ed by her physicians to bo out, of precinct. Skid-mor-- Hlllill!! KY.-- An Enellsh and Class- leal School for Girls. Annual Session opens Wednesday, Sept. 7th, 1891. Prepares for Wellesley. W. T. POYNTER. SHELBYVILLE. Sixty-eight- h Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6th, Full corps cf Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, 1892. Music and Centre College Academy, Home Boarding and Training Department PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER A. R. t dan-ger- . Him-tonvill- e Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, W3LTCHES. CX.OCKS & JTSW3EX.BX WE : HAVE Skid-mor- e Ber-kel- e, Greatly Reduced Prices. NBWBI ST nnir .n CI ware-hou- se LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDREN, se M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. Lo-gat- Infants and Children. o Brad-fordsvil- I M9A WllUcROBERTS, DR.TTGG1ST, t,,o-nT,,- : Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. BEAR Or ROOM. v g 5?, -'- V. I ' ff! JEZ I GrHi-A.SS"W.I- 4 E A Beautiful and Useful Present given to each Purchaser buying $i's Worth of Goods or over AT THE MIIUIS VIIL1DE m-Ku- Commencing Friday, September is AJW"X STOKE, STANFORD, Ho G-TVttJS-T N( 9 . x611i, until October ist. , These 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 iiuuui uii5 uiu a pitsuin. yivuu aimJ7 ui. inw umt ui uic saic. rui pi a wuiui ui uuuswe present yuu wuii i jiaiiubuuic uouict, oait cuar or outer article, ror $2 s wortli ol goods we present you with a Lamp with burner and chimney complete, or Cream Pitcher, or Butter Dish or Spoon Holder. For S3 's worth of goods wc present you with an elegant Water Pitcher, or large size Lamp, or three Goblets. For $s worth of goods we present you with six Goblets or a Tea Set complete. For Sio's worth of goods an elegant Water Set, consisting of Pitcher, six Glasses and Tray, or aiithing of tlic same value. For $2o's worth ol goods and elegant China Lamp, an ornament fit to grace any parlor, OUR IMMENSE, FULL STOCK IS IN AND EYERTHING NEW In Dress Goods, Notions, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes. per yard and same at iocyard. 36 inch fine Cashmere 20c per yard. Ladies' Hose, all colors, 5c per pair. Ladies' Black Belts 5c each. Ladies' Merino Ribbed Vests 10c each. Dress Goods Men's laundered White Shirts 50c; Men's unlaundered White Shirts 35c. Men's Suspenders 10c pair. Men's fine Shoes Si per pair. Ladies' Button Shoe 90c. Children Shoes 75c. 36-inc- h I2c Child's Knee Pants Suits 75c; Men's Good Suits $3.50; and Boys' Suits $2.50. JL TTJLZ LINE OIF HATS A1TD CAPS. Main Street, Stanford. Semi-Week- ly LOUISVILLE STORE, A. Hays, Manager. Gov McCrkaky made a rattling fine speech nt Lawrencehurg Monday on tho tariff and force bills. It is said that lo converted a number of republicans, who will vote for him. It is learned from good authority that tho republicans will make no nomination against the governor, catistled that a candidate Mould have his labor for his pains and lose his time and expenses besides. 1 Interior Journal 1892 Btanford.Ky., September 23. W. P. WALTON. SIX : PAGES. FBIDAY. EVEK."3T f l As hb was going home from his office Monday night, Joseph B. Rucker, editor of the Somerset Reporter, was fired at by suggest that while they aro at tho Capi a cowardly assassin hid in the darkness tal they loot tho treasury and be done and two of the three shots struck him in designated. The emblem is placed in with it. must soon moulder into clay. the back. Ho fell, apparently dead, alan inch square, and a small square is MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. and was taken by friends to the nearest Pulaski county and Somerset are getsigns of life. so placed after the name of each candidrug store, when he gave Jamea Farmer, 50 years old and a is given ono ballot ting up a deserved reputation as being EVERY LINE IS NOW COMPLETE He was then removed to his home, date. Each voter in the State as to widower, and Mis. Pollie Gill, a widow is required to retire to a covered the rottenest section he died a little past midnight, af and where preparation. If he desires 1 iwleasness. The cowardly murdereis of 152, were married yesterday. ter recovering consciousness enough to booth for its James M. Griffith, a widower of 3S, vote for all the nominees of any par- there do not give their victims any show, say ho did not see who shot him. Mr. to lint fihoot them down in darkness and and Miss Nannie J. Powers, just 18, ty, he has only to make a cross mark in Rucker has been very outspoken in his through tho back. The assassination of were married Wednesday at tho home fi and criminals and the square containing that party's emdenunciation of crime blem; if ho desires to "scratch" his tick- Editor Rucker is followed by that of of tho bridn's father, O. M. Towers. K it is thought that one of the many who et, he has only to make cross marks af- Daniel Norllect, who was waylaid and "On tho loth of September, 1692, at felt the deserved lash of his pen, have ter the names of those for whom he do-- 1 shot by Milt Britton. He has been ar- Do Lansey Place, Philadelphia, Penn., committed the foulest deed known to to vote, after which the ballot is rested andif tho facta are as given, he by Rector Samuel E Appleton, Mim the law an assassination. It has not sires folded and deposited in tho ballot box. ought to be hung without tho usual for- Mary Morton Poteet, only daughter of been very long since the same gentlemalities. Tom Scott, a very degenerate W. J. Poteet, of Harrodaburg, was unitTo illustrate, suppope the man was clubbed from behind by a man rooster is selected as the emblem of de- Bon of a worthy sire, is also in jail for ed in marriage to Mr. William Hewitt who was smarting under tho showing furnishing tho gun to do the killing. It Wilson, of Lancaster, Penn. Tho marof republicanup of his deeds by the editor, and the mocracy; a coon for that for the prohibitionists and a would take all tho hemp raised in Fay- riage was a quiet ono, only a few friends fact that he has so far gone unwhipped ism; a jug spade for tho labor or people's party, ette county to bang all in Pulaski coun- being present." The above, which was of justice no doubt emboldered the cowty who deserve to have their necks sent us by a relative at Harrodsburg, ardly Bcoundrel to do his infamous work. likenesses of these various emblems will stretched. will Burprieo tho lady's friends very placed at tho head of the various The citizens aro thoroughly aroused and be much. She had been in Philadelphia of candidates, and an electif the assassin is caught tbey will deal parties' lists It ia little wonder that murder and since last May for treatment for nervous (Late Alexander's Motel.) or desiring to vote any of the tickets summarily with him. It is the kind of other lawlessness hold high carnival in prostration and had fully recovered. and "straight" need only place a cross mark Kentucky, when a life sentence is given case that needs no judge aud jury May her now relation bring happiness in the square containing the proper emcalls aloud for lynch law. Mr. Rucker death penalty and comfort to a ripe old age. Rates $2.50 Per Day. blem. Surely there is nothiDg compli- for a crime for which the man, but was a peacable, would poorly atone. Brookshire, the Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Houscated about this, and it only requires CHURCH AFFAIRS. could not countenance crime in any who killed tho jailer and sufficient knowledge upon the part of horse thief, LouiHvillc, Bhape and he has made his paper of late to arrest bim, was Rev. A. V. Sizemoro will preach at elector to know for whom ho desires constable who tried A. VV. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, : W. R. LOGAN, a terror to evil doers, as every editor the Frenchburg Monday and given lagans Creek church at 3 o'clock Sunto vote. The new law is substantially a tried at : J. J. Marshall, clerks. should feel it his duty to do. He leaves Manager. sentence. The people were day afternoon. reproduction of tho "Australian Ballot the former a wife and three children, all of them outraged that they would have quick The people aro very much pleased of that most bo grown, who have the consolation that he System" and is the creaturo tho wretch's life, but with tho preaching of Rev. J. J. Rust, A. C. SINE J. N. MENKFICB progressive people whose name it bears, y put an end to died a victim of what seemed to bo to him away and by a who is a very accomplished gentleman, having first been put in operation, wo tho officers spirited him his duty. We sympathize sincerely circuitous route landed him at Frank- being a graduate of tho University of with them and execrate the miserable believe, in New South Wales. It was fort. With tender-heartjuries and Virginia and tho Theological Seminary first introduced in the United States in fiend, who has deprived them of a husjudges, lynch law will continue to of Louisville, und his meeting hero promweak 1SSS, when it was adopted by the legis band's and father's love and protection. a case as this ises much .good. It will continue latureof Maasachusets for the .entire be resorted to and in such May the crime be wiped out in short orit will bo justifiable. twice daily until further notice. State and by the legislature of Kentucky der so far as the life of the assassin isable for the municipal elections of the city of Gov. Hill has proved that he is not to do it. Clean Ui It is ordered that each f Louisville, being known there as the only a democrat, but a man every inch of assassin is thought to be The and every citizen in tho city of Stanford of Police Anderson, for whose willful "Wallace law." It was adopted by the him. His speech at Brooklyn in advoca- clean up their premises and cleanse their Ofllce neglect of duty he was frequently scored legislatures of nine States in 1889 and by cy of democratic doctrines and tho elec- water closets thoroughly, as the board of finally resigned Bixteen in 1891. Since then a number of tion of Cleveland and Stevenson, is full of by Editor Rucker. Ho health for thu couuty and State will' and went into the saloon business, go- other States have adopted it, Kentucky wisdem and e'oquence ard contains with the marshal, visit your premises ing from bad to worse. The county has being among the last to fall into line. It enough key notes for the whole aud inspect them in a Jew days. Done offered $1,000 reward for his capture, tho is a duty of tho democracy of Lincoln His utterances on the tariff and by order of the city council. D. W. Vau- of the county to aid materially in wresting this State S500 and a brother-in-laother issues are clearer than the cleaicst deveer, Mayor. deceased $500. Strong eflortB aro being judicial district from the rule of republi. and tho whole Bpeech demonstrates that NEWSY NOTES. made to apprehend him when we hope canism and likewise the presidency from if he had any bitterness, he bus been long to cumber tho same unworthy hands. Our friends, able to put it away moat heroically. Let ' s Tofaey he will not be allowed There are o0 towns called "Washing, the enemy, have ten times more igno every disappointed democrat say with ton" in the United States. the earth. , Fifteen hundred furniture workers Is Receiving: His ranee to contend with than we have, yet him: "Loyalty to cardinal democratic A part of our last edition contained a wo daresay that every mother's bou of principles nnd to regularly nominated went out on a strike in Cincinnati. There have been aoveral deaths on dispatch of the nomination of Gov. J. R. them will not only know how to vote, candidates is the supreme duty of tho either side growing out of a race war of Aduir, for Cougress, by Hindman, but will act on that knowledge. Then between whites aud blackH in Calhoun the convention at London. Mr. S. O. let the democracy imitate its ancient en- hour." Goods Warranted and a Periect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. county, Arkansas. Hardin, of Clinton, withdrew and the emy in this ono particular only. Open A passenuer train oa tho Tort A preacuku at Jennings, La., tried to nomination was made unanimously and political kindergartens at once and seo ape Sam Jones' style of pulpit oratory. Wayne ran into a freignt at Shrevu, O. and Rl persons were killed instantly enthusiastically. We are not so creduHe charged that all the men af the town that the ignorant are instructed. the tho governor will bo thoro be a meeting of tho county Let were fornicators and adulterers and that or burned to death inlady wreck. lous to believe that Spaningei, the charmer, and comable to overcome the 10,000 republican mittee and let each member be thor- more than half of the women were un- Mrs. Cole, accused of the poisoning of majority of the 11th district, but there oughly informed as to tho new method, chaste. A doctor who was in the audi- the women in the Louisville assignation house, wero discharged on examining ia not another democrat in the district then let each member see that every ence aroso and, asked the ladies to re- trial. close a race who can give Col. Adams as Tho Montgomery county fair will be democratic voter of his precinct is also tire. They did so, when be walked Mbo can. He is a very captivating thoroughly informed. And when No- down to the pulpit and asked the preach- held Sept. 27 to Oct. 1. In addition to stump speaker and is as popular as he is vember comes we can show the world, er if ho had been correctly understood. the fine exhibits and trots there is offer- Perfectly rafe, economical, no smoke, no ashes, no soot; cook in hall ed largo prizes in each day; clever and handsome. In a word he ia whether tho election be by ballot or viva He repeated tho charge whereupon the also as ono of the bicycle races five days the time. The housekeepers task made easy. If you features is a man to win votes from tho re- voce, literally shoooting tournament, prizes aggregat- wish to just the Kentucky can bo depended doctor drew a cowhide and that parpublicans, while carrying his own upon for its majority for the wore him out. And moat people will bay ing over 11,000. Train robbers wrecked a train on ty's strength solidly. he deserved all he got. party of the people. the Santa Fe, near Osago City, Kas., by removing a rail. Four persons wero Tuk democratic nominee for Congress Tho Satellites of Mercury have With 1,112 patont sure cures for cholkilled outright and 35 seriously woundHuy her a Gasoline Stove at in a Texas district, has a moustache 110 era in for a grand ball and spectacular is to the list tho V, nches from "eend to eond." Itclaim be it doesn't seemolthat tho S. patent office, display at tho Louisville Auditorium, ed. The train was carrying a million to diseases ought to dollars to Mexico, but tho fiends do not hoped that that is not bia only get a foothold in this country. seem to hnvo gotten it. Nov. 18. distinction. -' Elsewhere in this issue will be found A contemporary calls attention to the a condensed statoment of the manner of fact that there is now but ono survivor voting under tho now law, prepared, as of President Davis' cabinet, Postmaster it requires, by the county clerk and tho General John II. Reagan, of Texas, now county attorney. A perusal of this state- railroad commissioner of the State, after ment clearly shows tbat the privilege having been congressman nnd U. S. of exercising one's suffrage under the Senator. This is recalled by tho death new order of thiugs is not, by far, so of Gov. Wats, the other day, who was difficult a matter as is generally believ- attorney general in the samo cabinet. It ed; and wo feel assured that no demo- is also a reminder of how fast those who crat worthy of the namo will at this time played prominent parts in that great allow so trivial an objection to deter conflict are passing away. Not ono of him from casting his vote. The provis the leading generals aro living and Boon aro that there will be left none to tell tho tale of ions of the law, in a the candidates of every party shall be our civil war. The youngest of tho Conprinted on each ballot, each set being federate Boldiere aro now 50 or past and placed in separate rows under some em- the buoyancy of youth has given way to blem or device by which the party is gray hairs and stooping form?, which nut-shel- l, FULL! TO THE CEILING WITH The G. A. Re.' pirude at Washington was tho largest the organization has ever had. Over 70,000 old soldiers and soldiers were in line and tho battle cry was "More Pensions." Wo would d NEW GOODS! 4 ps oOl &&' 1MH SKE time-honore- d B)IIiVII!MARrli; & gU)No THE WILLARD. e, kind-hearte- d Ky. - . 1 ed & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietor) of The and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. Ex-Chie- STANFORD LUMBER YARD, M.G.RUPLEY,-- cam-paig- n. vslp-qa- iMmjfc. GASOLINE COOK : STOVE long-dreade- d old-tim- e Keep a Smile on Your Wife's Pace, B. K. & W. H. WEAREN'S. t. i ., .- - titf'Hjr : O O Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1892 I Stanford, Ky., Bcitemiiek 2.'I, Avar wltlt Full Droit. of Dysart, writing to the London Times of a recent date, calls for modification of tho strict rulo that governs dress nt tho opera us well us in Tn Do Tito Earl A RANGE CATTLE TROUBLES. -- E. O. W.A.ITON. BUB. MBnURef SUMMEfl GIRL'S PLAN. &USTW 5 -- BQWELL, KV., Bet 1110 AiltrrtNnnrntK Thrtt May Ilnlp Out n .Suiiiiiior ItfKiirt. hnppysum-nic- r lmn-dre- tl STANKOKU, Houso, Sign, Decorative Painter girl, who has gained Eorural oxtnt freckles this season, suggests and Paper Hanger. ns tho result of her siiintuer'fl exporieuco Country work tohclted. ' Ultimate furntihed. a no form of outdoor advertising. --23 Sinco peoplo will decontto tho with advertisements, bho proioses lo replace tho usual recommendations of : soap iwwders and htovo iwlish with A : something in this stylo: plaetyeUiiaUd if Knotnaithe J. D. Carpenter MldJleburg PUe. Found On tho beach nt Pasquissot, on the Hu.tonvllle. ml,, lolast August, by n dolicnto young lady: The place u well improved and In b healthful . cality. For l"',-?"?n lino apjxjtite, sound, healthy and in KDDKNS good condition; alarmed ut nothing, loio Oh Street, Kanta City, Mo. from trickles to baked clams. Will bo A, G. Lanharo kept until called for. John !l. Cattleman. Lost IJy an elderly gentleman, on tho shore nt 8 u. m. in tho company of a dozen nephews ami nieces occupied in constructing sand fort: Tho opinion that children aro nuisances, and that all ,tlio morning is good for is to read tho nowspajwr. Ono cent reward. Found Lying in n hammock on tho front piazza of the Sea View House, by a tired housewife: Perfect rest. Lost By n AM tho mountain languid young woman, on BA1U3EE &0ASTLEM path: A tasto for team and depressing jiootry. Found At tho MANAGKRS, Ntmo tune: Good health and nu interest Ooramerco Building, Loui3villo in uuture. Found I3y n palo yonlh from tho city, Agent throiyhout the South. in a sailloat on tho river: A iino color, shading from n faint tan about tho ears Local Affont, to rich red brown on tho cheeks and v7. A. TRIBBLE, neck; very manly and becoming. Will STANFORD KY bo Hurrondered to no claimant whatsoever. Lost By an ovorburdened mother, on tho rocks at Minwst about tho middle of tho reason: An irritable- tumjMir, and the habit of nagging. No reward offered. Lost By n fnshionnlilo girl: Any number of small affectations and an absorbing interest in dress. Found Ten pounds additional weight and tho ability to row, run and swim. Found By a family of fretful chil- -' CURES H0TH1HQ BUT PILES, in dreu, at tho hcasido: Plonty to do, fresh A SURE and CERTAIN CURE Air and amiable disjiositions enough to known for ID yecrs ns tho DEST go n round. On communication with tho parents of tho aforesaid children, any REMEDY FOR PILES. Tnv4 kj UICIIxnOOX.TlI IOU V IU. ro., II.Ml IS. prico will 1m paid to Kcurotho retention uf these objects. IK VOU ARE GOING The summer girl is quite euro that such advertisements suitably posted a upon Iwwlders, fences and trees would THK securo tho fortune nest year of tho first resort to introduce them. Youth's Companion. land-Bcajw Apnrtlcnlnrly honltliynntl FOR. HEITT. SPLENDID FARM, ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. 11 Insurance Company, most othor thentere In London. He snys: "Owing to tho presont ridiculous system of compulsory ovonlng dress, which exists nowlicro 1po in thn world, and also the uncertain delays between thp acts nnd tho Impossibility of ascertaining tho timo of finish, thousands are practically provented from going to tho oiwra nt nil, ns tho inconvenience of such uoless restrictions to persons like myself living out of London, but within tho twelvo milo radius, ia obvious. At preieut mnny aro compelled to loavo o tho end in order to coteii tho midnight trains. That every ono should liavo to appear in evening dress at tho Italian opera may bo perfectly right, with its star sysfem, whero fashiouablo looplu go to sco their friends. "I venturo to suggest that art should bo democratic, ns it is on tho Continent, and 1 therefore feel suro you will ngrco with mo in thinking that such rules aro altogether out of plnco nt tho German opera, which is, or ought to bo, resorted to for the sako of art and not for fashion. I apieal to those who think with mo in this matter to use their iuilucnco to Sir nlolish theso dress restrictions. Augustus Harris has already dono something in this direction, nnd would doubtless do more woro it not for British In Germany tho insular prejudice. opera if u iopular institution owing to tho fact that jveoplo can go without ceremony. Lot us hopo that this will soon Ik) tho cneo in England." bo-for- Unngcs In Montana and Wyoming Are OxerrroiTdcd. Tho area of tho ranges is becoming moro nnd more restricted every year. Tfc: -- SinSl ye y m- - I 'llTr 8IL0 r.ountl fitlon Are KxihikimI BUILDING. IIot Itrcnnae Least to 'Vfentlier. Professor P. II. King furnishes to Tho Rural New Yorker a vnlnnblo illustrated paper showing how to build a round silo, ns follows: Hound silos may bo build of rrootl, stone, brick or metal. They rcqulro less mntcrlnl than rectangular silos, ami will usually bo found cheaper for a. given Morugo capacity. Hound silos of any of tho materials named may bo readily constructed as S'aall ns twelvo feet lnsldoillninctcr. Tho foundation of the round fJIo, ns of any otber, should consist of masonry, and If tho wall ilocs not extend moro tban olshtccn Inches nbrno tho surfneo of tbo ground, Its thickness need not exceed eighteen lnrhcs. Whero tho silo Is an attachment to nlmxement FIO. I FOUNDATION. TABLER'S BUCKEYE HliNTNIENT i .I NORTH WEST, LouiavtlLC NaiHvlllc (or you, M. n. la the line at tie LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all Dally Trains Double dote connection! at Make point. ixiulre of THROUGH TtCKKTS SOLD. For any Information HAGOAOE CHKCKKD THROUGH JOF.S RICK, Agent, btanford, Ky. Or W. PENN, Trav. Tatt Agent, W. Junction Ctr, K S&oniiie, Merlui Gap I Louisville Double Daily Schedule, R. R. In Effect July 17, 1S91. nVtVly A.M. DVy r. M 830. (J5 JJ 6)4 0 ...KnoivlU.. ....Iteveiljr..... ... UK 701 Qll 77.0 8 41 10O) IOl8, a 10 9Jl V9 JJ n ..K, .V Malmtyvillc ...... ........A I), junction. ..... r. m. 3 45 ... 5 J 3 4 4 4 A. M. 3 30 8 16 8 05 7 JJ 7 41 7 JJ 7 7 II 5 3H 81$ . 7 35 7 47 7 59 11 1 f lo7l l37 Sji 10 4? 8-- J 811 8 19 It 11 I 17 11 II V 9) S3 -- .. Powder Spring . .Waihtiurn Willlamt ......... ... Oakman .Clinch River. . ...... .Lone Mountain. . ... ..- ...Tazewell .Powell lliver Corryton - ... I.uttrell '9 i jo 4' Tho old gent was listening from a coign of vnutngo nt the head of tho stairs. Ho had been thoro in his stocking feet minutes. for as long ns thirty-twTho young man was lingering nt tho front door with tho old gent's daughter. As n lingerer ho was a success, and he was aided and abetted by tho girl. This also tho old gent know, as well as Mivernl other interesting things. Tliat's why ho became tired of listening nt tho head of the stairs. Ho was not hearing any news. At last ho heard a shnflliug of feet. "It is so hard to say good night, darling," the young man said to tho girl, who believed every word ho tittered. As they always do before matrimony gels in its baleful work. "Don't say it, George," sung out tho old man; "wait about fivo minutes nnd say 'good morning.' " It was then tho impediment in Georgo's speech wais removed, nnd with at least four nnd n half minutes to sparo tho girl closed tho front door, and Georgo trotted along home. Detroit Free Tress. o Making It Knay for III111, Tito tlmo was approaching midniglrU Ignition to If inn u Nrir ltrld;e. Loudon, in addition to that well nigh consummated monument of engineering Fcienco opposite tho tower, is to have a new bteel bridge nt an estimated cost of A'tfSO.OOO. Tho existing structure which spans tho Thames nt Vnuxhall, oncoso famous for its royal gardens, is soon to thing of tho past. It owes its be premature death it will lw but somo K'venty-sove- n years old when demolishedto tho inauspicious circumstances under which it was erected. When the foundations wero completed for what wns nt first intended to bo a stone bridge, tho builders decided to construct tho remaining iortion of cast iron, thus constituting Vnuxhall tho first metropolitan bridge built of that metal. Tho masonry piers were, however, left, the original design of nino narrow arches being therefore maintained. It is to tho attrition engendered by tho swirl of confined and condensed waters under theso nino circumscribed vaults that the old bridgoowes its doom. Its foundations aro reported on tho authority of divora to lie, if not exactly tottering, at least in so bad condition that tho structure would in a comparatively short tKiriod becomo absolutely unsafe. Tho projected now bridgo is of courso to Iw much wider than its predecessor, which measures only thirty-sifeet between parapets, compared with tho eighty-fivfeet of tho broadest bridgo in Europe, that elegant metallic framework which unites tho Middlesex nnd Surrey Bhores at Westminster. Iron. 11 11 x e barn, nnd wlicro It Is practicable to do bo. the I bottom should extend to the level of tho floor upon which tlio stock is fed. Tho round silo of wood may Ihj set upon a stone basement extending eight or ten feet below tho surface of tho ground ns readily and with tbo samo as any other type. Indeed, I would urgo tho general practlco of sinking tho bottom of tho silo at least two, If not three, feet below tbo bottom of tbo feeding stnblo, wherever tho ground Isdry enough to prevent water from draining Into It. In Fig. 2 Is shown one method of laying and locllug tho foundation wall whero It Is only two or threo feet high. A Is a center ost with Its top level with that of the proposed wall; 1111, boards nulled to stakes, their tops lovel with that of the center post, and C Is n straight fdgo which turns on a pin nt A. A simpler method Is to drive down a stnko llko n fork hnmllo nt tho center nnd then bore through a board 11 liolo largo enough to slip costly over the stake: then, on cutting this board to tbo length of tbo radius of tho silo wnll, It can bo turned about In determining tho iosItlon of the outer edgo of tho latter. When tho wall Is once sturtcd It can bo laid up with tho plumb or level llko any other. In bringing It to a level h long strnlgbtedgo may bo used, reaching from tbo center to tbo wall, or it may bo luld Uion the wull directly, stretching from point to jiolnt llko tho chord of a circle. The top of tho wrll lusldo should be leveled so ns nearly to meet the lining of the blructuro above, ns show n In Fig. -- . Show lug t'.io construction of all wood round silo. Sills 2 by 4's cut in sections oil n radius of tho silo circle, bedded In mortar and toenailed together. Plates tho same, spiked to tops of studding. Studding 2 by 4's ono foot nparL Short leugths may bo used, lapped, to get tho depth: lVa and IPs will give ft silo thirty feet deep. Lining made from fencing ripped in two. Outside sheeting tho same. -- II. II. Ynrnell is a contractor who resides within a mile of Blairsvillo Inter- Stole h lllnckamltli Shop. ....Arthur ....Kuur .. S 7 9 18 94 Mull 9 5 I '7j 9 S3 It 6 IO J 14 M lei IO . ' . .Aithur ....Hamilton Spring Cumberland Gap..... 'Iunncl Junction ...M II. Junction Sratcn. . Kxprctlliff Too ?Iurli. oopm "Why, Jimmy," said ono professional " .... ' jopm " - .V m beggar to another, "aro you going to " ...... J 4$ n knock off already? It's only U o'clock." Wlncbetter " -'" 3 J Lexington "No, you muttonhcad," responded tho " 4 ' Parlt " ..... - 7 Jom other, who was engaged in unbuckling 5 ra Arrive Louitvllle " 7 ao a m ' Cincinnati his crutch, "I am only going to put it souTirnouND. Yon mr. ... 87 30 P m on tho othor knee. day ondon't suptwso a A local The Viilue ofntSlnpn. ........ t Cincinnati magistrate Pottstown has tho suuiu leg, fellow can beg all 43 l m I.tiuiavilli) ' II established a fixed valuo for slaps. A ....to 3pm do you?" Boston Globe. Arrive Pail ...... i 15 p m " I,exincton young married woman had her husband ...... 11 10 pm ' Wincneiler arrested for slapping hor and was ... 45 am An Kye to Practice. ' l.ivincttoti a m . ' Corbin awarded one dollar apieco for fivo slaps, .. 3 30 am 5 ij Gap Cumberland which tho ungallant husband was comM: I'lillm.n 1'alaco Car Knuxvillo to Clncinnat ' V'lI-vT- ! pelled to pay over to the insulted wife. fill! ., without chanso. orth and Whether ho considered them cheap at i)imection mad with all traim Notth.wpn at Grand Central depot, Cincinnati. that prico is not stated, but tho woman Through tickctt on aalo at City Ticket office , in tho caso was tickled to death over tho ct i Gay atrwtund Depot Ticket otllci-- foul Jlain atwt, Knoxvlllo. result of her appeal to tho law. For any Information at to routet, ratct, etc., apWhat will becomo now of that clauso ply to W. A. 11LY, Actins Gr n'l V" Agt., in tho statutes that permits u man to IlItNKY A SAllTJI.Oty'llckot Apt chastiso his wife it is impossible to preKnoxville.lenn. dict, but tho Pottstown squire has established a precedent that threatens NorfolkiWesternRi serious complications with tho liberties of married men of the commonwealth. Schedule July 17, 139). Oil City Derrick. "Denr, dear.Tpmmy! Whero on earth LF.AVK NORTON DAILY did you get that toy pistol?" Value I'lgeotm Tor Smuggling. "Tho doctor noxt door gave it to mo." 300 p m for Graham, UlucfielJ, l'ocaliontu and A curious utilization of carrier pigntcrmedixte atationa. Life. eons was recently attempted in Belgium, io'oo m lor lllue Held, Radlord, Roanoke, and AU fvl. LI t.I.l ...1 r..l XTM.rn11 This was making them carry contraHe Whs All Hlght. for Wathlngton, Ilnscrttown, Koanoke) Philadelphia nod New York. A Now York gentleman returning band goods into France. For n short pigeons were lot off Pullman Sleeping Cart from Loul'ville to Nor homo nt u lato hour is halted by a men- timo twijnty-fou- r folk via Norton and Radford; also Radlord to regularly from tho Bolgian dovecote, dicant: York, via Shenandoah Junction, aUo RadNew ford to Washington; alto from Lynchburg to Rich "Whnt do yon mean by begging on each burdened with a small coll of tobacco. They arrived at the French destho streets nt this hour of tho night?" for Pocahontat, Powhatan and Train leave Ulueflcld daily at 9 05 a m, 3 13 p m and always tination rather exhausted and doubtless "Don't worrj about mo. I 7 glad to bo relieved of their load. In latchkey." Texas Sittings. dally at carry Train arrive at Nortou lrom the one case, however, unfortunately for and 6 45 p ra 111pm Wathlngton afid Chattanooga Limited, a train VnacilfUh, this bright scheme, a pigeon in making and leeplng cur run daily of Pullman Coache Wife Why, yon haven't smoked more tho flight and proving unequal to tho viaShtnandoah Valley route, .topping only at Luray, Shenandoah, Hajlc, Rounoko and Radford. than one of those cigars I got for yout effort, or perhups poUoned by tho narNorth Hound Limited lcavoa Kadford 11 16 p ra. Husband My dear, I give you credit cotic, fell into tho Seine and was picked Information a to achedule. ratet, For further Wettern Ac.r apply to agent of Norfolk for being a very good judge of cigars. I np. Tho system was found out and sup W. M. HKVILU, or to aro saving those for my friends. Troth. pressed. Yankeo Glade. Gen.PaitcngerAgt., Uoanoke, Va. Leave Cumhcilaml Corblll Llvingtteii "north .MMUKlOTO Uiipri'piirril, "Thofce apple dumplings of yours, Lo3 4V 6ji belia," said Air. MeSwat with emphasis, n) ho turned tho half eaten ono on his over and J? 607 plato positively" inspected tho other side, 14s 5 a 4' 550 "aro "Go 31 fit blazingon, sirl" said Mrs. McSw.it, with eye, bracing horsolf to meet it, S" a l "Aro positively tho best I over" JIJ aoj 4S9 But bIio had fainted Chicago Tribune a 4 S3 JJ9 700 35' 47 4 :a houn'd. I & N -- liap, 10 ..... section. Somo timo ago ho was awarded the contract for tho building of u branch railroad from tho main lino into a coal nnd timber tract. Tho road is to bo three miles in length. In order to better complete his work Mr. Ynrnell purchased n complete outfit for blucksmith-iu- g and had it set up along tho lino of his work. In taking tho contract for the work ho soon discovered some difficulties to encounter other than suakc3, rocks nnd Hungarian idleness. His blacksmith tools Iwgun to disappear. First tho hammer and tongs wero missing from their place. Being charitably disposed, he was first inclined to blamo tho pilfering on tho snakes, as ho had heard somo gigantic stories of their depredntions in that district. Arriving at his shop one morning recently, ho discovered that his anvil had disappeared during tho night. This was moro than his patienco could enduro; consequently tho suakes.aro exempted from all complicity in tho matter, and man, depraved human nature, stands charged with a new crime that of stealing n wholo blacksmith 6hop. Mr. Yaniell is expecting tho rails for his road in a few days. When they como ho says ho is going to securo them with a padlock until ho gets timo tospiko them to tho tics. Indiana Gazette. lr ! I 1 I 1 Siding for silos under thirty feet outside diameter, common siding rabbeted; for silos more thnn twontj eight feet outsldo diameter, common dropsldlng or shlplap may bo used. A shows ventilators between studding. Auger holes aro bored nt bottom between studding, ind tbo boards lack two Inches of reaching plato ut top, Insldo. Doth sets of openings aro covered with wire cloth to keep out vermin. There should ben lino of feeding doors from top to Uittom, each two to threo feet by five feet and about two to five feet apart. Tho sills nnd plates are most simply mad by cutting lumber, of tbo samo width as tho studding, into sections of from two to four feet long, nccordlng to tho diameter of the silo, saw iug on tbo bevel determined by tho direction of tho radius of tho circle; thoo for tho sills are bedded In mortar and toenailed together, and those for tbo plates spiked down upon the top of tho studding. Where tho idlodoes not exceed thirty feet In diameter 2 by i studding gives ample strength, nnd in no caso U it necessary to use studding larger than 2 by C The use of tho studding Is to hold tho lining and siding In place and to support tho roof. In tho round silo tho strain from the ensilago is sustained by tho lining nnd siding, each courso acting as a hoop. Tho distance between tho studding in silos less than thirty feet in diameter should be ono foot. In those over thirty feet tho studding may bo sixteen inches apart. After tho sills aro placed tho studding should be toenailed to them Just as In a balloon frame, and each stud plumbed and stayed with a board sailed to a post set in tho center of tho silo. After plumbing nnd staying tho studding In this direction. It may be stayed in an opposite ono by springing boards around and tacking them to the studding. lumber, and Tho lining should bo of ch may bo obtained by splitting fencing in two s, or by a special order at tho mills. Two with u layer of good tar paper between, are required, nnd the two layers of boards should break joints. Kxperienco may show it bcyt to tiso threo lucrs of lumber with two layers of tar paper between to securo perfect ensilago next tho wall, but tho additional layer may be added at any time. The siding tuny consist of two layers with paper betw een w hero tbo temperature, of winter demands tbem. When tho circle is less lnch lumber should bo llinn thirty feet ucd, ami the siding must be rabbeted to llo as shlplap docs. Common houso siding, rabbeted, nnsuiTB every purpose, and Is made to order by some mills. Where tho circle exceeds thirty feet in diameter drop siding may be used, that Cif the shlplap t j pu bclug most easily put on. Tbo nailing lnsido and out should bo thorough nnd in eery stud, because tho boards act as hoops nnd tbo leugthwUo strain comes upon tho nulls; for this reason nlso tho boards should bo made to break joints on the studding. For tho Inside lining, it Is better toubO nails for tho last thickness so as to draw tho hij era tightly together, and in nailing tho lining bo careful not to miss the studding, as every nail hole thus formed will admit a largo amount of air. H-inthick-ucsse-- Not only is tho area leing gradually lessened, but the grasd upon the ranges is being moro aud more eaten and trodden out, so that the ranges will not support ns many cattle per ncro as they did in yecrs paBt. Even whn t'.io rr.ina aro copioun tho grass never np;,.-.ias liitnrious ns it was twenty years ngo, anil the reason is that tho grass hus been overpasturvd so continuously that It has hnd no opportunity to recover Us old cxnborance. Under presont conditions this bad stato of nftnirs must continue. Tho owners of cnttlo are permitted to use any part of tho public domain for pasture. One man has as mnch right to pasture tht) public domain ns another. If ono cattle owner has occupied a certain district of country for pasturage any other cattlo owner can drivo his cattle on tho samo ground. Tho mutual understanding and forlwnranco of cattlo owners has alono prevented serious difficulties between them. Tho differences between Abraham and Lot show thnt like troubles must occur whero any pasture is overcrowded. Tho ranges of Montana nnd Wyoming are now overcrowded. There is more danger to the cattlo interests from overcrowding thnn from stealing. As tho country settles up this danger must increase. Tho question naturally arises, Is there no way of preventing tho overcrowding of tho ranges? If all our lands could be occupied by small fanners and Btock growers in nnother generation tho wholo matter would bo practically sottled. But there must always remain largo bodies of land which can bo put to no practical uso except for pasturago. Tho question is therefore a vital ono nnd must U3 solved. As the ranges become more circumscribed nnd tho grass under the present system of pasturago poorer nnd poorer, conflicts must ariso between cattlo owners. These owners will not be able to agreo to disagree, as did Abraham and Lot. Tho law must step in nnd mako tome regulations to preserve the peace between cattlo owners and property in cattle, unless n valuablo interest is permitted to Iw destroyed. Tho best plan, it seems to us. is for the state governments to be given control of tho ranges nnd tho officers of tho respective counties, with proper supervision, bo required to mako such divisions in tho range ns tho face of tho countrv will permit, leasing tho right of pasture in such divisions ns they muy choose to mako for n term of years, nnd using tho money so obtaiued to polico tbo several counties so ns to prevent any trespassing or injury to stock growing. At any rato things cannot go on as they aro now. Already owners of largo numbers of cattle are preparing to go out of tho business, for they foresee disaster if it is to bo continued as now conducted. Montana Farming aud Livo Stock Journal. CHATS ABOUT MEN. Tho Benedictine order in America has n now arch abbott in tho person of tho llov. Leauder Schnerr. W. K. Vuuderbilt has recovered from his sunken jacht Alva $1,000 in money nnd $3,000 worth of diamonds. M. E. Gnlladay, of Halden, Mo., is proud of the fact that ho is a lineal descendant of tho original Mother Goose. Dennis II. Dunn, president of tho Detroit Trades council, is worth $20,000 in Dotroitrenl estate on Woodward nvenue. Herbert Spencer, the philosopher, is said to bo a man of singular modesty, o "with n gentlo voico and almost femi-nin- grace." Squiro Massio Beasely, who has long made Aberdeen, O., famous ns a Gretna Green, has a record of marrying between 5,000 and 0,000 couples. It is said that ono reason why Vice President Morton sold his splendid villa nt Newport was that his wife never had good health while living there. Senator Kenna, of West Virginia, is an enthusiastic amateur photographer. Ho has mi elaborate studio, with skylight and dark room especially planned, in his now houso in Washington. Yung Kiung Yen, tho writer of an articlo in tho Forum entitled, "A Chinaman on Our Treatment of China," was educated in this country nnd is now an Episcopal minister in Shanghai. In dress Mr. Labouchcro follows a style adopted by all well born and well bred Englishmen, from which expensive jewelry nnd other ostentations addenda are conspicuous by their absence. Captain Charles King, author of many military novels; II. II. Savago, who wrote, "My Official Wife," nnd Professor Arthurs. Hardy, writer of "But Yet a Woman" and other lxioks, wero all cadets together nt West Point in 1803. TURF TOPICS. Flying Jib, 2:08 is believed to be another Direct. Senator Stanford has three full brothers to Palo Alto, record 2:08. is fifteen years old. Ho mado his trotting record of 2:10 in 1884. Professional starting judges for trotting races are more numerous than ever before. Junemout, 2:11, by will becamo tho property of Father Buyse, of St. John's church, Jackson, Mich. Tho horse will be sold. Exchange, tho young Superior colt owned by Stroud & Burgess, of Hamilton, paced a milo over tho Buffalo track Jay-Eyo-S- J, in 2:1 ft r NW 11 -- FIO. II CONSTRUCTION. H&rrlt-bur- g, Good-wi- lt Et 11 Rail-roa- d In putting on tho siding and tho lining also, after tho first course of boards is in place, tbo next should bo started ono stud back of whero tbo first was begun, so that the ends of two corners shall not meet on tho samo stud. This should be rigidly observed to securo tho greatest strength and to keep the circle truo at all times. When these precautions aro observed, it is unnecessary to stay the tops of theBtuddingheforo beginning to put on tho siding, which should go on before the lining. The method of ventilating between tho studaugur ding is shown in Fig. 2. Threo ono may bo made holes or a single through the bottom board between each pair of studs and covered on the inside with wire netting to keep out vermin At the top, inside, the lining lacks lHi to 2 Inches of reaching tho plate, nnd the interspace provides means for a current of dry air entering below from tho outsldo to escape through tho veutlhUor in the roof. Tbo openings at the bottom outside may be provided with sliding lids held in place by a single screw, if experience proves that thej need bo closed during very severe weather. I Australia. Ilea Questions nnd Answers. James Golden says that with a rubber "How much space is needed in j'ard chicks almost ready to covered track and something on the for twenty-fivhorse's foot to destroy concussion a milo sell?" in 2:00 is possible. A yard 0 by 0 feet would do. "If you wanted to keep 100 hens of Tho veteran trninor, Charley Taylor, common Btock, slightly mixed with tho pilot of Factory Boy, is one of the Rocks, Wyandottes, Cochins nnd Brah-mafirst men who ever drovo a raco in Canwhat kind of males would you get ada. This was in 1827. for next yeai? I want both broilers and Mr. A. C. Clason, a nephew nnd ono eggs." of the heirs of tho lato D. D. Withers, Uso Brown Leghorns. Rural New has claimed tho colors of his undo and Yorker. will enter tho racing arena next season with a select stable. I.lte Stock Points. Tho Blemton stable will be an imAljnost ns great a showns a circus was tho advent in New York city ofi portant factor on tho turf next season 2,000 unbroken horses from a Montana with Lady Violet, Bellegardo and a loug to carry the maroon. ranch. They wero taken to the big city string of to be sold, and attracted crowds at tho Mr. Belmont is much pleased with Iris yards whero they wero corraled in the successes. upper part of tho city. It is safo to say ' WORLD'S FAIR NOTES. that few of tho thousands of visitors had ever seen untamed western horses be- Tho nitrato industry of Chili will bo fore. To tho small boy they were a god- - illustrated by an elaborato exhibit at tho Fend. They were mostly of tho mustang World's fair. size nnd build, though there was somo Thirty-tw- o silk manufactories nt LyClydesdalo blood intermixed. Those of ons, France, have decided to mako exmustang kind sold for from twenty hibits ut tho World's fairt and each ono to lorty dollars apiece. It was 11m is striving to mako tho finest showing. indeed to seo tho new owners leading off of tho most Facsimiles of thirty-seveby a ropo around his neck a wild horso prominent of tho Aztec idols in the mujust purchased. It was more fun yet seum in tho City of Mexico have been when they began tho breaking in opera- prepared for the World's fair at Chicago. tion. Sometimes a genuine cowboy Gertnauy's building at tho World's such ns New Yorkers had never seen fair will co3t about $125,000, and will outsido of n Buffalo Bill show went along nnd gavo the now owner tho first bo n combination of typical styles of lesson in tackling his purchase. To seo German architecture, such as are seen a fat and timid German grocer trying to in perfection in Nuremburg. Mrs. Potter Palmer has designated coax and pat a wild mustang aud honey him into harness was a sight nover to bo Mrs. Solomon Thatcher ns manager of tho schemo providing quartors for teachforgotton. In making calculations abend for tho ers in tho school buildings which liavo livo stock feed crop of next year, do not been set apart for that purpose. In the Minnesota building at the forget to provide for rape for pasture. World's fair will ho exhibited the old In tho largo cities of tho eastern marnewskets tho latter part of this summer printing press upon which tho firstMinnepaper printed in tho state the sound horses fivo to eight jears old, 1849. well broken and in good condition, liavo sota Pioneer was run off in brought prices as follows: Heavy draftODDS AND ENDS. ers, weighing 1,500 to 1,700 pounds, $150 to $250; express horses, $150 to $223; A recent novelty is a composite metal "chuuks and streeters," weighing 1,050 wheel mado up of a skeleton of wire for to 1,230 pounds, $90 to $133. Good tho spokes, hub and rim, the wholo bedrivers always sell well at prices higher ing imbedded in cast iron. than thoso quoted. Poor horses well, Several autograph letters of Luther nobody wants poor horses at any price and Melancthon liavo been discovered in if ho can get anything else. tho library of an obscure town in the On frosty mornings remember to keep Prussian province of Saxony. your stock oil rape pasture till tho sun A French prince advertises that ho dedries it, so as to avoid bloat. When tho sires to sell his titlo and arms, "tho cattlo and bheep aro very hungry keep J by authentic parchthem off tho rape till thoy have had o wholo guaranteed of Henry ments of the reign IV." Eatiug too bito of something else. Tho British general elections are never greedily of rape is injurious. Let them held on one or tho same day, because an have all tho salt they want on rape paselector has tho right to cast a ballot in ture, but they need no grain. llnngo horses wholly unbroken sell every district in which ho owns property. Out of 50,000 guesses on a big cake of better in the markets than thoso half soap on exhibition in Berlin only two broken. n Many peoplo nllow tho chickens to wero correct. Tho cako was weighed advertisement, and it pick up their living off manure heaps, and then wonder how it is tho birds get 1,123 pounds. Threo men in Franco competed to seo gapes, chicken cholera and consumpwho could drink the most water. One tion. tho second Small flo.ks and herds usually do bet- Bwallowed twelve quarts, three died nine and the third seven. All ter than veiy large ones. T from tho effect. e s, ' j ( n soap-maker's Carbine, us good a raco horse as over lived, is in tho stud at a fee of 200 guineas, tho highest ever charged in 0. s-- JJ ".Wl ICJ t, - 2 , IRmeeB flfWgyyt" 'waifwyiqpilp pwvjf .rf m V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 23, 1892 MUTTON SHEEP." Stanford, Ky., September W. P. WALTON. THE I COMING BEEF. iri Undoubtodly tho most marked chant;o in tho handling of beef CAttlo during tho past few years lias boon tho system, IX the now in vogn and rapidly incroasing, of finishing off u steer for tho block before ho has turned 2 years old. Great :redit must bo given to tho fat stock OF THE mows for having educated the rank unC CHARACTER file of our feeders up to this ioint. CHOICEST Our surplus has to faeo tho fiorco fire AT THE of competition from all parts of the globo. In tho southern part of this con3UG tinent nro vast hord3 of cattle whoo owners havo to And a market for their overflow. is echoed A full lino of the Choicest Fruits across tho In Australia tho cry beef and sen of too much and Vegetables and Swan's Down mutton. Even in some of tho European Flour can be had at countries thcro is meat for oxport. For years past our safety has lain in a virgin K. WEAKEN S soil, a generous climate nnd cheap transGoods Delivered Free of Charge. portation, but tho improvements in stoamship3 ia bridging vast distances, Terras, 30 Days. and tho era of fiercer competition looms up in tho distance. Wo inusf bo up and doing. Yon cannot reduco tho cost of beef production as if it wero wheat, by cheaper machinery and improved methods of handling. You can of course help it in this way, but tho only truo system is to improve tho breed and handle it more judiciously. Improvement of blood comes largoly from capital, but it takes skill, scienco and practical experience added to tho abovo to produce first class beef in half tho tinio required somo years ago, oven provided you havo tho mnterial to work upon. To obtain this end an animal must be fed from its infancy. It must nover bo allowed to retrograde Wo do not say it should be crowded right along, but tho growth must bo steadily onward, City and toward tho end tho pressure must bo greater. Tho profitable timo to fell a bullock just now is when it has reached 1,230 to JUNCTION CITY, KY. Have just erected a new Marble and Granite 1,800 pounds, live weight, and that Houso and am full;' propired to fill orders for all weight should bo reached before 2 yeare kind ol Marblo and Granite work. I have in my employ skilled workmen from the East. My freight old with averago feeding. Whore one buyer will look at a big, fat facilities can net be excelled and uillnotbeun-dersol33 JOE S. WlilGHT. bullock you havo three or four custom ers for tho lighter weight. Tho producer should cater to the consumer's taste. In doing so ho helps himself at tho samo time. In this mundane sphcro tho reward of skill and science generally comes in the shape of dollars. Livo Stock Fresti Groceries Tlio Animal Tlmt Cnttlnnen Most Profitable. Will rinil Greatest Abundance - WJ&ST PRICES. JESSE Junction Marble&Granite Works 1 d. 1,500-poun- d Ro-po- rt. Having removed my Barber Snop to the Com mercUl Hotel, I am Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, In anything they may wish in my line. waited on. Call n me. Commercial Cbil-als- iS Cheviot Sliocp. Theso aro tho sheep from which tho Scotch cheviot wool fabrics now so fashionablo nro made, Tho sheep themselves aro natives of tho Cheviot hills, botween England and Scotland. They produco an avorago of livo pounds of wool. For either n wool or a mutton sheep tho Cheviot is highly prized. Henry Stewart says that when fed on 'sweet, dry herbage" tho mutton is most choice. This dry herbage is found JESSE THOMPSON, In Hotel host is (jiusirrr. BESTISQCAIIIT. WORMS! WHITE'S 0REJ.M CIinVIOT 1UM. VJEMLEME Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rrrrtrrdb FOR 20 YEARS niUMBUiOX-TiTLOr. SOLD EVERYWHERE. BED. CO,, ST. 10 CIS. Scientific American Agenoy for jyJTjra COPYRIGHTS, etc. For information nnd freo Handbook wilte to MUNN & CO., SCI Uiioauway, New York. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. Hvery Patent taken out by us la brought befnru too public by a notlco gtreu free of charge In tha TkADE MARKS. DF.SICN PATENTS CAVEATS. in all our western states, nnd it looks as if tho Cheviot would bo particularly adapted to that part of the country. At any rate a more general trial of tho breed ought to be made by those who have timo and can afford it. Wo havo an American Merino. Wo might perhaps also in tho courso of a fow years get an American Cheviot as famous. The Cheviot sheep is hornless, which is in its favor. Tho face is considerably Roman nosed. Tho legs and faco aro white, occasionally siotted with dun. Stewart says of theso sheep in their o land, "Thoy fatten quickly on turnips after pasture, without grain, nnd make a dressed weight of eighty pounds at !$ years old." The ewes in Great Britain aro cross bred with mutton rams to produco lambs for market. Wo would like to seo this tried in America moro generally, as tho Cheviot owe is an excellent mother. Tho Cheviot is one of the hardiest breeds of sheep known. na-tiv- gmntmt Hcuusurus. mmtmx Larcejt rlrculatlon of any icienllfie paper In the world. Splendidly Illustrated. No IntelHs-pulaan should be without it. Weekly, :.D0 a months. Addrwa MUNN Jt CO, reari $U0 sixSCI Broadway. New York. t CD cr? This delightful Story of aj tLlLZZL I Journoy from tho BALTIC to the ijDANUBE Portrayed in 38 Chapters? 5 Jand 12 Graphic Illustrations, by Charles Augustus Stoddard. fr ri J A leVM- - iS I FREE u Decorated w nil vuiu i.ii(;mji i to Every New Subscriber toj Rniinrl In Rich Clnth ei. NEW YORK OBSERVER, the foremost Family Religious News-- J i paper. s One book and one now subscriber,) ?Two books and two now subscribers, $3,00. i : J , ss.oo. SPECIMEN COPIES FUKE. 8 ?NEW YORK OBSERVER,! ; ', Park Row, 37 and-35 NEW YOHK. ... Anthrax in Dclawurc. An important meeting of tho farmers of Now Castlo county was held to consider measures for stumping out an outbreak of anthrax, a fatal contagious disease among the cattlo of this vicinity. Tho meeting was attended by about 200 of the most substantial farmers of the county. It is reported that twenty-thre- e cows and three horses havo died of tho diseaso within a radius of two miles of Newport within n month. Tho meeting was addressed by Dr. Leonard Pennon, of tho University of Pennsylvania, and Dr. II. P. Eves, of Wilmington, professor of veterinary surgery at Delaware college. Dr. Pearson explained that tho early symptoms of tho disease were similar to sunstroke, it was almost always fatal in its results; and that the bacilli of tho disease propagated with extraordinary rapidity and wero extremely hard to destroy, tho only sure way to get rid of them being by fire. Dr. Eves, who has mado post mortem examinations of several anthrax carcasses, agreed with Dr. Pearson as to symptoms, and said that there was no remedy he could recommend except the extermination of animals affected by tho disease and the destruction of the carcasses by firo or deep burial, tho grave to lx not less than livo feet from the level of the ground. Tho meeting appointed a committee to securo needed legislation for tho official extermination of affected cattlo and tVie remuneration of their owners. Philadelphia Ledger. , It rt'iiilnino Uurloslt). quality at that. Madge Do you really lovo me? I havo seen several stud Hocks, examArthur You know I do, Madge: but ined many sheep nt fairs, and think, so why do you ak mo so often? Madge-W- ell, far as wool is concerned, my sheep uro I'll tell you. I've Leon fully up with tho averago. This one reading tho book called "Courtship sided representation by thoroughbred Catechism; or, Lovemaking Mado stockmen, tho telling of everything good, Easy;" and I want to peo whotlior you'll and the secret guarding of every loss, is ever answer tho question in tho words often tho cause of men investing in such used by tho author. London stock with expectations far licyund that which they can ever realize. Is it any A Cosily Yurlrty. wonder they find n ready salo for their Bngley I've got unorder from a friend stock at prices far beyond its real value to buy a drewer for him. I'm on my when their articles nover tell of tho way down town now on that mission. 1 ANDsheep thoy lose, tho lambs that die, or don't suppose nn article of that sort costs tho old ewes which do not produce much, does it? enough wool to keep the sun from blisWagley A dresecr? I married one tering their rJcin, or tho scalawag lambs ten years ago, and it has impressed me they send to tho shambles so that they with tho belief that thoro could be no Upright and Horizontal. may keep their flocks from degenerating? costlier investment. Boston Courier. Stationary, Semi Portable and The iolitical liar is condemned in no uncertain terms, yet tho thoroughbred Call o to Itejolce. Portablo. All size3 up to 20- stock raisers aro allowed to go on from no You know thoro nro somo girls horso power year to year "gulling" tho unwary by who require thnt compliments should bo Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, their system of misrepresentutiwi, and paid them all the time. if any one is so bold ns to raise their She I know it. I should think it Strength and Durability voico against them ho brings down upon would bo awfully tiresomu to nay flathimself a pandemonium of howls and tering things to a girl when thoro is Write for Kn Illustrated Pamplcts and your jeers, and is reminded that ho is still in nothing to flattor about her. tho old ruts and "does not read tho paCO., He It is. I am so glad you are not pers." that way. Now York Herald. NEW VORK CITY SPRINGFIKL D,0 No one can welcomoimproved methods moro than I, both in breeding and care Tlmt i What It Amounted To. of stock, but 1 think too much imporHer majesty Queen Victoria is sometance is placed upon tho thoroughbred. what sonsitive in tho matter of her auIt is all right to begin well if you can thority as sovereign of a nation fast afford it, but if fanners would do their growing democratic. To a member of hor court who said. own thinking xterhnps they would learn that tho trumped up thoroughbred, when "1 suppose they will mako several new placed on their farms and receiving tho peers now that Mr. Gladstono is in," euro and miscellaneous Victoria replied, with amphasis, "They?' indifferent Boston Globe. breeding which their present flocks get, would in a fow years bo less desirable A stock than that of which they took tho place, and probably they would learn Willio Mr. Dashaway, what is a that tho present system of caring for thoroughbred? thoroughbreds if applied to their comDashaway A thoroughbred, Willie, mon breeds would bo less oxponsivo and is a follow who is game for anything. Willie Then you must bo one. moro satisfactory than tho establishDaslmway Why? ment of now flocks at exorbitant prices. MTAKE THE Cor. Ohio Farmer. Willie Sister says you aro game for her. New York Herald. Live Stock I'olnta. Very Likely, Eggs for hatching should not bo moro Banknote Aro yon nwaro, young than a week old. Beyond this there is man, that tho girl you are asking mo to danger of tho germ dying. tCHICAfC ift ((Q: fOliSjilSyiUJlHWAlBjlat Dry leaves may bo used to great ad- let you have will be very wealthy? How vantage for bedding. Thoy aro both dare you ask for her hand? I know sho will bo Slimpurso comfortablo and absorbing. wealthy, sir, but you must admit that it LINE TO About this timo of year sow some rye will bo through no fault of mine. Chifor winter pasture for tho lambs. In cago Tribune. the spring it will likewise bo a grateful bito of green for tho animals that have Illgliteoiia IiullKiintioii. been on dry feed. After that you can The Bride Kiss mo again, dear. plow it under if you like. Tho Groom But, Madge, I havo done And In casting about in your mind as to nothing but kiss you for tho last threo what you aro going to do about fattening hours your hogs this fall, remembor that they Tho Brido (bursting into tears) sjftssjajMBjr.vv's.4rsr. UufTet Sleeping Cart should bo disposed of as soon as thoy aro Traitor! Yon lovo another! Truth. Finest and b? st Vcstibulcd ZLJZZH fat. Keeping thorn a day beyond that is and Parlor Cars on all trains, No change of can, best accommodations,-qulcA llurn Opportunity. a loss. time and lowest rates. "Why is Miss Jenkyns 60 devoted to estFor informatios address Pigs dropped in February or March IAS. BARKER, O. P. A.. ChUaeo. can be mado ready for the fall killing. waltzing?' 'V. G. CRUSH, D. P. A., Louisville, "It gives her a chance to monopolize a Make preparations for these pigs now, a man for av I lie." Indianapolis JouraaL year ahead. IIo runcturca Bomo Fnlry Tnles. And Ilia la 1'lain. Threo yenrs ago I bred my Merino owes to n "scrub" coarse wooled ram. Tho result was a lot of very good lamb, which fattened well and brought a Rood price when sold in July. Next year I purchased a thoroughbred Shrophiro ram. His get was a mnrked improvement over the others, yet when placed on tho market they brought but little moro than tho scrubs. Tho improvement was sufficient to justify mo in buying n high priced ram, but it would nowhere compare with that which tin keepers of stud flocks claim to result therefrom. The enormous carcasses and prices which S. II. Todd and others get for winter foil, half blood Shrops. from "old brokeu down Aierino owes," induced mo to try winter feeding: eighty pounds being tho avorago woight and six cents the price, $1.80 was tho amount roalized per hoad at ten month old This was far below Todd's sJT.fiO and $3 per head. Last year 1 purchased fifty grade ewes and another Shropshire ram. I was disappointed in getting tho ram at tho time 1 wished to turn in, nnd the lambs did not begin to como until April 14. Front' tho statements of iinny breeders 1 had every leason to oxpect sevonty-tlvlambs from tho fifty ewes It was a eoro disappointment when they dropped but fourteen pairs of twins Threo ewes wero barren, leaving me lambs dropped, livo of only sixty-on- e which died. But this is not tho worst. When tho hot weather camo the lambs did no good. Paperskin got among them, and in spito of nil the remedies of them died tried more than and the others wero not fit for market. The ewes averaged ! pouuds of wool nt thirty cents, making $1.85 for wool. havo tho surviving twenty-fou- r limilw. worth obout $2.50 per head. So $2.5." is the amount realized por head from the owes, whilo fifty Merino wothors paid mo .$2.50 in wool, and thoro was no money laid out for ram and extra care in lambing season, such as is iiucesoary with owes. Although I nm sick of mutton sheep shall give them another trial. 1 bred my grndo ewes and twenty half bloods of my own raising to lamb in Februnry. had n few lambs to como in February last year. Thoy paid mo much better than tho April lamb?, but forti'-fiv- e days old was the pounds whon sixty-twbest I could do. I oxect to bo nioie successful this year, but I havo learned not to expect such crops of lambs and enormous weights as boasted of by so many breedors. When C. Hills tells of blood Shropshire being mistaken for imported ewon. and of a friend of his who bred common owos to Shropshire rams and sold tho lambs at fo'ir mouths old for fourteen dollars a head Nearly all tho I become skeptical. Shropshire men claim an aventgo of of wool from from eight to o their entire flock.' 1 do not wish to their word, but everything in my experience tends to make mo doubt their statements. My rams shear a, (Pj and My half bloods 7 pounds respectively. wero from heavy shearing Merino owes, .sounds only, nnd ioor nnd nveraged o 1 one-ha- lf I I 1 o threo-qnarter s dis-put- lilt Definition. "Now that wo aro together again for another season's work," snid tho teacher in the mission Sunday school, "we will have to urrango for a little entertainment. By the way," sho added, "can any of you children tell mo what an entertainment is?" Up went a little hand in one of the back benches. We will pay the above reward for nnycaMio Liver Uominami, uypepKi, ick ucauacne, in- . . uiclinn, ,un.ui'iinvii ,umiiviv' cure with West's Vecetablo Mver Pills, when the directions are strictly compiled with. They aretnirrlv vrpeiahle and never fail to cive utiliselion. Sugar coated. Large boxes, contamlne 30 Pi Is. tc llcwareor counierreits anil imitations. lie cenuinn maiiuiaciuiri' uu'j ur . mc jumu . For sale by A. K. I en West Co., Chicago, 111 r ny. $500 REWARD. Tor Sal In the corporate limits II T Twenty nullIIii$: Lots of Rowland. Rowland. I. DARST. The most Celebrated Kyc, Ear, Nose, Throat nnd Chronic Disease Specialist in the State. "Well, what is it, Sammy?' "It's omupin tar cut." Detroit Tribune. Ketiirnlnc; from tli JAPANESE SflsV A new lining union. .. ' I "il T r . JLr V''UUl.:lfinTu i i HI ind Complete treatment, contlstlnc of suppositories, Ointment In Capsules, a Wo in lot and pills; a po.ltlve cure for External, Internal. HHud or Uleedinj;, Itching, Chronic, Kecent or Tins remedy hsa not er been llerrditarv Pile knoivn In fail Ji ptr box. 6 lor Jj; sent by mall Why suffer from this terrible dlseaiu when a writ Is positively given with 6 boxes, to ten rrlaml th inonay if not cured. Settd stamp for tree sample (Snarantee Usupd by A 11. Penny, DniBL'ist and sole agent, Stanford, Ky, Call for samples i CURE " sLLLLP? A cniniT .naV 1. Mrs. Young Won't yon put away your paper now and talk for awhile, Jack? Mr. Young Yea, uty love. Just wait until wo get to the tunnel. Brooklyn Life. A CKnittlon r Mimic. Tlie woman waa noticeable bv reason of her tnruiriong rxrrceaion of eounte uauce. Tho corueror Iter finely chtadod month droojwd in a manner fmggetivt of sobm ami the luotofun visible in her big bine even coitfraeed a flood of tears behind with di&Vr.ltr rejHOaawl. "U'a jnat too lwd.'T She was hi indecision nn array ct rMJy uraporfee ami mural har;;.i;n " .ricjnttxl shades. "I diwi't wv hw 1 am foing to that mom." She we ftalant. An attendant proarhxl ! r IrlVrentlally. yea, liiadnin?" he "CVnnot J softly ioqr.irvd. She thro!: head bonekariy. "1 ron't hovs yoo emi." A ib p n.;:U nwo fn.a bar iHtart, for a n n:ient in her Ikwoqi and escaped. "May I ar.ggnjtf tho auaitdant . fur-nb-- Dr. K C. West's Verve and Urain Treatment, a sprciftc I r llytiena, Dusiness, Kit. Neuralgia, lleadai lie, Nervous Prostration rauird by al nhi-- l or inhacco. Wakefulness, Meuia! llepresiion. sft- eriilie ot Itraln. canting insanity, misery, drain Premature Old Aje, llarrennevs, lxs cl I'ltwer in either sx, J potency I.urorrho'a ami all Female WeVneMS Involuntary I.oei, Spcr by oter exertion of brain. Self matorrr.iiM iniiM-A month's treatment Abuse, mml Wr guarantee sit boe i, six !or$bv Kach order for six boxea with Jj will send Hritten (uaraitte to refund it nit cured f.uar antees issued ohIv hv A It Penny, Druggist and le netit, Stanford, Kv w itr s d dt, J. S. APPLEMAN M. D., English Specialist, enn nernr lo renllreil when tlio linw- clmlouot net n nnt uro lutein! tliryA should, lii.te.ul, tliero I Iieularh'",iW srrlt;lit lit tlio atomurlt nfter rutin?. ?nel. Illy mid helcliliiff nor wind, W ,plrlta, Itm of merer, iiiinnpiiy nnururrlMHllngsolowi. O) ay) emulation, nut lo-iino-labllll- nir CILFI.RATFU BUOYANCY OF BODY ForitKtly I'roleorf Pra. ti.eof MeJulne, Electrical Medical Collogo, aORCNro, CANADA, Nor Kiamif)g Physlcsaa of the .n y di Troy Liver TUTT'l .it will relievo It nnd rIvo lirtltJi nnd lutitpiuesa. They arts worth s trial. Pis o Q e Southern Medical Institute, !.UUISVtU.iY, KY. Will bo at Myers House, Stanford Tuesday, Oct. 11. Fomf m loop m.one day only, ctery lour rtkadurlDi; the yearrttuiiunu OOOdlwO 1 1 flut-tew- d il1?,' A',',;,t.",i neilv Ho,n. at Medical Collcce.TorsMttci, Canada. Ilesw maSe pc.al study i the he treated In ! Hellevue the aM Ch.ru, ffoapll! fM Wv eral yrM aed reeKfeaisu.crior m dugBwlBK nd ireatuiK ChrMie Dlaw Ha devote, all v?rdaief tt...,, iwr-stoli- d. iliseastsoflth ce'sUuny, h,slimeto.h,re-lineiit- .r seses and his skill as She ventured nn rsp'y. "What i tho difficulty?' Sho t4aml at the man with n hard, callous look in her uyo. Kentucky, R.il.inand. "DifHonky? Only'' TMRFf CO'.TIT,'", CLAQ8ICAL, GatheriuK her wraps about hor die nnd COMMtKUAL OOUIlbt. fourteen iruarttneiil of Mudy. Healthy location In rose to leave. ih heart the Blu Oras KcRton. Moderate "that I am called upon to match nneHtts. vt 9180 to 9240. Attendance last t ate Nxt W. frwm ewi.nt two opposite tints in one room." eloil ;irii4m18rfenitr 1. IBM. I'or full "May I ask" lalatoitucapiily to Information The attendant had followed hor to tho L H. DLANTON, D.D., Chancellor. door. "what aro the shades?' Impatiently sho paused. "My husband's whiskers aro black, whilo Fido's coat is aroam fading into white. Perhaps you can harmonize . mJM.l!$r, those. Ump." With a haughty sneer sho swept from tho place. Exchange, 'J-0OIE1-riKltwrnt-eiph1 and'" "" chroH c,UbMeJ aact riervsi. Tie.?, wc" Pormanontly Curos patMn, RhcMnatisn aud Paralyiis. hivlleiMv Fita poilivly cire.l. ounf or Middle aced men .afferlnir from Sper- in.iemira, Impten(), Kruptmn., the mulls ol errori or call we cuiaHtce a cute hild has helaie It is too late. if case not sane .......... rtoo far bUDerfllMHis hnir ami alt .t. permanently removed O A.nte and ChrsMtc Catarrh, Klayluc m Fj.a DealHi., Di.oa.esof hye. Kar, Noc. Throat i,np. s 1!;,,c'r Urinary ad IlUJdrr irauUes iltight lkr4i. Dub.ies, Di.iH-p.la- , Coo.ti- " ccee. .... ISIood and Skin Discuses. As 5j I ffl mm 'ri ..1 cured by never failing icmeaies ha. V, la" P'r.s in came relieved The Doctor all his Svnhthf. Scrofula Ct.lr..... in shert lime portable Instruments and comes prepared lo examine the most obscure medical and surgical cases He undf Hake, no incurable diseases bat cute Wen up Iodic. hundred ""'"' ft ...- - women, suen as I.eueorrhea, painful CONSULTATION FREE And Confidential Address J S APPI.KMAN, M D, ' Louisville, Ky. WW xK) POSTED. This tMtice forewarns hunters, fishermen and others net to tre.ptts on our lands without permission, as all tuh will ho prosecuted to the lull-e- st eatenl ef the law. Signed C. M. .SPOnNAMOoKE J K. HRUCE. THOMAS C. HALL. STEELE IIAII.EY. II. W. GAINES. IAMESOIVF.NS. I. S. PIIII.I.1PS. AN'TON KENACKER CLARK RKYXOI.DS Tit-Bit- s. STJIUAMC - A.M. FEI.AND STEEL BOILERS, nmi&m vtaKKUl y M LAl'KOWIT T I) NKWI.AND NY. W. IIAY.. (l.C. LON IRI.D 1IAUMANN VaaalB?vimfTsI 'VT5iS 1 aflaHiaMaWBV AILEi JAMES UGFFEL & MILE!) Ht'iJ Twenty mllesthe Shortest to JCN'CKimATK Michigan I'cinfs, Chlcaco, St. Louis, ClcvcUiid. Ilulfajo, Detroit, Indianapolis and the West, Nc w England, Canada, SH-clnn'- New York, Koslon, Washington. Ilaltimore, Philadelphia, Quickest time toHairodsburc, Frankfort. Ky. Richmond, VIRGINIA Shortest and Quickest line to NffiJW dDBJLEANS, SOLID VHSTI11LLED TRAINS thro with out chance via Chattantoca, llirmint;ham, Merid-ta- n making direct connections en route for Knoa. ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and point in the THE WORLD'S FAIR At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, Brunswick, T.ake City.ThomasviIIe and FLOUl DA points. The only llnerunnln:solidVeiibuIedtraintwith. Pullman Boudoir or Palace Sleeping Cart to St. Augustine without change lor any class of pas. sergers or baritage. Selma and .Montgomery, Huntivtlle, Decatur rlorence, Memphis and AUKAN'SAS points. Shortest and quickest to Annitton, Selma, Mo J'le. Dncct connections made at NEW OR. LEANS without omnibus transfer for Galveston Houston, Auttin, AMlLICNAi9 TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The onljr through line to Jackson and Vicksburr, Mist., Shreveport La., making direct connectiont without omnibus transfer for Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonia, El Paso and pointtin TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. For through ratct, correct county maps tad lu information rail nn Atrent nt lunritnn f. lr 1. S. LEITJL ' or address Trav. Pass. Ajft., Jnnctlon City.Kv D. O. ED WARDS D. MILLER, fraftic Manjrr , G. P .V T. A., ' Cincinnati. t ,y A--.- rf ' ? Semi-Weekly Interior Journal -'- Eggs wanted at B. K. at 15 cents. & V. H. Wenr-on- s Lkavk your order for timothy with McKinnoy Bros. NEW ADTEBTISEMENW. ... Stanford, Lkavk youron'ers for stovo repairs at Wantbd. Eggs at 14 cents per dozen at B. F. Jones, Sr 's cash bargain Btore. Ky., Skptemheii 23, 1892 McKlnnoy Uros.'B. " m - NOTICE TO CREDITORS. AllI persons Indebted to the estate of George 11 To Loan. tt. o. WAbTON MEANS . bus. ManaRex IUSINE88. on real estates Becuri-tAiIuVab Box 10, Lancaster, Ky. y. Foil Sale. Cottage on Mill fltrcet derly conduct, rrnxicsALE OF Apply at Interior Journal ofllce. A Filthy Town. After an examinaartistically Enoravino beautifully and Call at tho Art Studio and examine tion Dr. Steele Bailey, a member of tho donu at A. 11. Tenny's. Everything new and stylish in our immense assortment. We are of work. Studio room 30, CofTey House. Stato board of health, pronounces StanBuy your hooks and school mipplies I will offer for sale on asking the least profits and giving you the very best values for your ford in a most filthy and disease breednil kinds from A. It. l'ouny, who sells A dispatch says that Ben Arnold, a them at publisher prices. ing condition. The filthlness is not con15, '92, money. All wool Storm Serges, French and English Broad Cloth, Havk your watch, clock and Joweiry thresher hand, fell from the loft of W.J. the negro part known ns Mack Onthepremiie,"INOLKSIDE," the farm Paris Diagonals, and every new weave on the market is to be found in repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work Gillispie, at Paint Lick, and broke his fined to tothecilate ot the late John G. llruce. ville, which is a cess pool of dirt and dise. warranted. neck. consisting of our stock. Our Men's and Boys' . ase-, but pig stys and privies on the Kkmkmiikr that nil silverware, watches, s wil. ABOUT IOO ACRES, Thosk who have claims against tho premises of white people are in a most rings, Ac, botiRht at A. H. Penny bo imgraveu Ireo oi cuarge. county aro hereby notitlcd that Friday, uncleanly condition. The city council situated immediately on the Danville and Picas miles north of Danville, Ky ant Hill turnpike, Sept, 23, is the last diy for tiling them, has requested the people to clean up and 1 his place has on it a comfortable dwelling, a PERSONAL POINTS. and neconory outbuildings, for the court of claims, which meets tho if they have not tho health of tho citi- gooil barn shop and four tenant houses andbesides withblacksmith And our Boots and Shoes for Men, Ladies and Children arc i of a mile of for Da. A. S. Vmck is .ultosick with ma- 1st Monday in October. G. B. Cooper, zens sufiiciently at heart for them to do in Danville, noteda school house, and convenient its educational facilities. lo Clerk. larial fever. so, they will bo made to cleanse their This place has on It one of the best springs In the dwelling, and both burn Mnu. J. P. Jo.nks and children aro vlw- premises. A few lines will bring them county, convenient todairy farm. and place is in This will make a splendid Havi.no quit tho mercantile business, neighborhood, has a good physician a splendid to their senses. itiiiR in Lexington. living near, and is altogether a very desirable I am compelled to nettle up accounts. Mn. B. J. C. HowK liasKono to mm place lor any one wanting a small farm. If you oive mo call and settle. All acITEMS. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. FARM AND TRADE anHpolis for a few days. W.O PROCTOR, count will be placed with a collector afAdmr., wi'h will annexed, of J. O. llruce Misses Gheens, from Louisville, Tub James Moberly sold to Johnson, of 6 tl ter a few weeki. J. B. Foster. nro with Mrs. B. G. Gover. Boyle, 7 head of fat heifers at L'J. Our stock of Underwear for Gents, Ladies and Children is com-pletOPEN TO THE WORLD. En Jonks. of Monticollo, ia tho uest Ouu ico supply now comes from Josiah Bishop Bold to James II. while in Neglige Shirts we are the leaders. These goods are to of hif relative, Ktl II. Jones. Stanford, made of water from tho old Yeager a fancy harness maro for $123. be sold on their merits and at prices you can afford to pay. MiM Montik Hahiiis is recovering Logan spring, in whoso crystal depths J. AV. Faulkner, of Conant, bought spell of fever. Come and see us. from qulto a of hay mnnya dusky warrior has lapped his of George D. Wearen a II. O. Pi'.dioo, of Glasgow, has takenn leathery tongue, and many a howling at fll.50 a ton. position In J. 8 Hughes' store. George Holmes Bold to George papoose has received his morning plunge. Oait. V. II. Sai.k Is now trying his It is as clear as cut glass and as cold as Woods, of Boyle, 18 head of 1,400-lhand as conductor on the K. O. Wu bow to Stanford's cattle at 4 cents. geo whillikins. KY T H B ASSOCIATION Miss Mi.nnikStkauii has Kone to John Rout, of the West End, sold enterprise. Hustonvillo Cor. Danvillo LEXINGTON, KY., to tako cliaro of a millinery. Advocate. to W. W. Lyon a pair of extra good maro mules for 5.510. 3 year-olwas down from Eimtok L. I). Sami-soTO Capt. Julian Vest bought of S. J. OCTOBER One Baptist sister had up iiill business Barbourville, Tuesday, but bhk wbb nou Emory a lot of heifers at 2 cents and a getting to church in the drenching rain, bunch of eat hogs at .1J. Wheelbarrows, Cross Cut Saws, Fencing Wire and Staples, Baling r of Jesfamlne, Tuesday night. Slipping up on tho sideold feedMiss Lizzik UomssoK, FokSalk. 15 extra Wire, Horse Shoes and Nice Toilet, Chamber and Dinner Sets. who hasbeen with Misa Dovio Talbott walk, she badly hurt a linger, broke her ers, weighing about 1,100 lbs. Apply to H. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard, Ky. fir some weeks, will return homo Mon- umbrella and so damaged her dress that to R.Embry, Dunn tfc Fox, of Boyle, de- 33 RACES. ' T-$50,000. site had to return home, substitute an- livered to Warner & Co., of Birmingday. The Transylvania Mako, $5,000 or more, Monday Miss 8ui: Boot, who is connected with other, tie up tho injured member and ham, a pair of coach horfces at thia place October I will bo the greatest contet ever Always on hand. All goods sold Otter & Co., of Danville, Is at homo then she reached church in time to for $350. witnessed is called to the Especial attention hear the sermon. A zealous lady can qulto sick. advertisement of the great trotting meet- Remember the $5,000 Stakes Mis Dkika Bauoiimas, of Boyle, Is always easily ovcrroiiiM dlllirulties. of which we ing nt Lexington, Oct. t and Free-for-alshall have more lo say next issue. thuuestof Minet'S Kani-i- and Kittle Or taken back. Goods promptly delivered. Wn devote a good deal of this 'phii to Wright, of Snow it Woods sold to I'tnyliinan. on all Railroads. an explanation of tho manner o( voting Lincoln, 101 ewes for J. E. Wright Half Mns.J. B. Paxtos is spondiim a day Wrile Secretary for Programme. secret ballot system and to sold lately in Garrard and Madison 400 or two with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. under tho bought of tho itw voting pre- owes at $;t to $3 50. Dick Bruce ED A. TIPTON tho boundaries IM'. JOHNSTON', A. O. Robinson. four carloads of wheat from beveral parSffc'y. Pros t and Miss Mary cincts in tho county. They are very ties at 70 cents. Court day Bales were W. Mas. J. matters, however, and no small, best cattle ottered bringing only went to Somerset Tuesday to visit Judge important CHESAPEAKE & OHIO apology for their appearance is necessa- 2J. Advocate. Mrs. J.S. Kindrick. The fall meeting of tho Louisville ry. Kvt'ry voter should make himself Miss Jkssik 1'ki.and is back from a Jockey Club begins on Oct. 3d and n fully acquainted with both tho new way week of fine sport is assured. The races .Dealers In. t to friends in Cloverport, pleasant of voting and with tho new place ho are all well filled. The Bluegrass stakes Philadelphia Owensboro and Henderson. on the first day has 31 entries; tho St. may have to vote. , Baltimore, Now York, James GakkaiU) and James II. Whitt-lAger, on the second day, '; tho Belle And all other Kasteru Cities. of Manchester, were here this week, tho 20; tho Cash HanSpecial order of tlto mayor under tho Meade on tho fourth dicap on iIih fifth IS, and the Sandford Shortest Line between Louisville, Lexington and of Miss Louiso Bailey. Ktiesta supervision of tho board of health of the AND. rates Eastern Poit.ts. Missks Maiioukhitk A i a jib and Lil- county of Lincoln and city of Stanford, on the last 3'J. There are fiveto bo each well day and all ol them promise IN EFFECT SEPT. 14. S9 lian Carlln, guests of Miss Sallio Hack that all pig pens in tho city of Stanford contested. ley, returned to Paint Lick Wednes- be thoroughly cleaned ami all manure A fairly good crowd attended the EAST HOUND. Lve. Lexington Fast Mail, day. piles bo romoved at onco and thoroughly sale of J. D., E. H. and J. C. Jones on commodation,No sa. 725am; Mt. Sterling AcQucensware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner No a6 1145 am; Vestibuleu Exan Misa Nannik Kvanb, of Junction City, cleaned and that no hogs bo put in any Wednesday, but biUtting was biow was first press, No. 24, 6 10 j m; Morchead Accom. No. aS Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. t.in way through. Tho iarui is here disposing of tho many articles pens in said city and that tho same bo o tiered lu two parcels, one containing $ jupm. WEST HOUND. Arr. Lexington: for homo beautifying that she cunningly kopt clean ns tho public health is para- 200 acres and the other 240. Tho formLexington Accom. No. 805am; Louisville no dwelling, was bid to Ex. No. 21. 12 30 p m; 27, Accom. No. 35, devises. mount to personal conveniences and er, J which has no. 23, o 10 p m. $3 per acre and tho latter with the JOSpm; Vestibuleu Mn. and Mns. C. H. Taliiott, who prejudices. I). W. Vandoveer, Mayor. MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, dwelling to $5(1.40. Ic was then otlered Go . Solid Vestitmled Trains with Dining Cars. Ne m havo been visiting their siBter, Miss as a whole and was bought by J. B. Fos- tius tranfera. 11. II. Dankb, our enterprising jeweler, Doyie Talbott, left Wednesday to locate To have jour photoeraphs taken. Ho keeps up ter at $50.25 anil that gentleman will Through Sleepers from I.cxii.glon without with nil the has adopted the following motto and has take possession at once. Farming im- change. KULLFR, in Williamsburg. (MI. RYAN, It W. Corner Main and Depot Streets, Ass't Gen. Pass. Act . Gen. Pass. Agt, W. II. Wkahks. John S. Owsley and it posted conspicuously in his place of plements went cheap; corn in field $1.00 Cincinnati. Kentucky. Washington, D. C. Stanford, barrel; hay, per ordinary Traffic Manager. P. W. Green attended tho Knights of business "Early to bed, early to rise, to $1.05 per And will give you good satisfaction, stnck,$13.50to$lS60; oats in sheaf $10 OSCAIt O. MURRAY, Has just received a handsome line of Spring and A.J EARP, Stanford. Pythias banquet at Harrodsburg Wed- work like a Trojan nud advertise." A per ton; milk cows $11 to $22; pair steers summer Millinery and invites her friends and the public generally to call in and get first choice. maro nesday night. splendid motto indeed. A hard worker $2(1 50; mare mule $00; Hats and Ilonnets trimmed in the latest style by most artistic hands. Gait. W.J. Wash, roadmaster of tho and a judicious advertiser can bank on 5152; u 2 year-ol- d workhorse $S7; and $20; horses $11 tnare$Sl; K. C, was down as usual to meet tho unbounded success, it matters not what hogs 3 30. two DEALER piy train and go with it oyer his lino to business ho follows. Lot some more of vernonTrookcastle OOUNTV. On :' Oct. 15, 1892, n similar motto and mt. our merchants adopt identify tho men. And pursuant to a decree of the I incaln Circuit Miss Alice Beakley, who has had tho they will find it much easier to increase Thero wero fifteen deaths in the Court, the fine Stock Farm of It R Gentry, de And Country Produce, OFfever, was able to go to Junction City their wealth. ceased, will be sold on the premises at public aucHas opened his stock of goods and Is ready to serve county during tho past fortnight. highest bidder. This farm is on the the the people of Stanford and vicinity. He is otfer Tuesday. Mrs. S. G. Burton, who also M. J. Miller, of this place, has a tion tollranch turnpike toad, about from Valuable Store-rooRush ing unheard of llargains and all who want Squint G. D. Smiley, who is doing fine Mr. Bernard dog which ho refused Stanford, is uell watered, splendidlyaS milesand lent til St. had It, is outlagain. goods at tho lowest possible prices should law and order in his to exchange for a horse. him on Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pike Mk. Thomas Ewinh, of Loulsyllle, is more to restore GARRAHD CIRCUIT COURT. L. Arnold, on of Tho 305 assisting in the traiu dispatcher's oillce lawless community than any man, says Long Branch, was J. destroyed by fire R. S. Haselden's Adm'r, Plaintiff, vs. K. S. with good residence, barn Of fine at Rowland, while Mr. J. A. Mudd is at- that ho did not intend in his mittimus Monday night. and stable thereon. Most of the farm is now in Haselden'a Heirs, Defendants, in Equity. that tho jailer could Increase the bail of tending his county fair. John Cook, while lighting lamps in llluc Grass. This farm will first be offered for sale Ity virtue oi a judgment of the Garrard Circuit (or attempting to K. C. coaches, tracts and then as whole at Livingston, was in three separate bid accepted whicha amountsand Court at its August term, 1892, in theaboe styled Mna. M. 0. Sadpley is down at Llnnl-elt- a Chris Baker to $500 to suit, I will, on bills or that We dcslro tosclliur fliniicsi &iK lit. Dollie Haley, but meant to knocked down and seriously bruised by thOM' the most, and will bo sold on credits of 6, 12 and 18 at the bedside of her daughter, Misa outrage Miss months. so himself. After ho had fixed it at an engine striking tho coaches. : : MONDAY, SEPT. 26 ,1892, Possession for seeding purposes will he giscn Helen, who, wo regret to hear, is not do -- Mr. Mi L. Smith, who was supervifull possession Janua1300 the prisoner took to his heels and it improving asfoatlaa her friends wish. end of K. 1)., under Mr. en and alter day of sale and Well improved, 45 acres to go In wheat. It has a sor on South ry ', ,893- At it o'clock, a, m., or thereabouts, (being the tst For further information address at Stanford or day of the September term, 1S92, of the Garrard No. dwelling Inon It, good barn, buggy house, ice Mita. Julian Vest has gone to Harri was with great dilltcnlty that ho was Downs, has accepted n similar position yard, two wells, fine spring and R R. .VJ.lt.GENTRY. call on County Court) sell to the highest bidder at public house cabins Mr. Downs now e door la Lancaster spring house, large pond, Ax. All unded good ' son county to havo her furnituio moved caught. It was for tho attempted escapo on the Sante Fe, where outcry, before the Hill A: McRoberts, p. q fence, (.'all on or address iB. Ky., the following described property, v'.r here, her husband having rented tho that ho put on tho extra $200. By tho M. BROWN & WIFE, Mt. Vernon post oillce will soon bo r Bore- Craig houso on HiiBtonvillo street. way, Baker's is a much worse case than n innruiv nnler office. Capt. 4 Near McKinney, Ky. Storo-Hous- o, Two-StoBrick A thought to be. He itiK has sent on his bond. There will be Mns. Jos. McHoukuts and Mies Sallio it was at first ... OK Rockcas the West side of the Public Square, in LancasMcHoberta went up to Pittsburg to visit waylaid tho woman and when she start- three of this class of otlices in Is No. 5. Said ter, Ky , on Property On feet long,Lot 24 feet wide, with a good about Real and ed to scream, ho fired two pistol shots so tie. cellar by 100 their brother, W. G. McKoberts, and Bill Damerel, who got two years at or are 7 good office will of M. C Portman, below Above the from there will go to Corbln to visit Mr. close in her face that sho waa frightened last term of court, was taken to t rank-for- t As Executrix the rooms. The lot on which the house stands exI will on nearly to death. She managed, howevtends from the west end of the house bacK to the last Thursday. Fain, who was giv-e- n J. A. McHoberta. er, to eludge him till she reached assist 1892, alley. Also 17 vears for killing Jesso Hilton, has B. Cook and J. G. Weather-forMessrs. J. an appeal. HOUSE said testator In Stanford, of HiiBtonville, were hero yester- ance, linker s only exctiso tor tho act ib taken Mrs. R. Reynolds died at Livingston t'pon the premises ot offer at the Ky , that ho was drunk and did not know Tuesday morning. A daughter of Lar-ki- Lincoln couuty,the following public auction toand On what Is known as Lot No. in satd town. This day. Wo wero glnd to lenrn from Mr. described real 7 highest bidder plen-ty- of below and fronting on house has two HickB died at Brodhead, Tuesday, of personal property, Cook that he and his partner, Mr. W. D. what ho was doing. He will havo Articles to Suit the Most Fastiditst. The Tract of 34 Acres of Land upon which North side of Public Square, with 7 rooms suitaof time in the jail or penitentiary to tpphoid fever. Mrs. Hardin, mother Weutherford, camo out at tho big end of testator resided at tho time of his death, situated ble foi residence ous. A complete line of TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of all of it within Irs than one half mile of the Jailer King, died Sunday. tho bom with Cumberland Falls this find out. in Stanford. It is all the very best quality 6 and 12 months, the purchaser being required to Greoly Mize, two LivingsJoo and Land, is excellently improved, has execute bonds with approved security, payable to Tup. swollest event in colored circles ton youths, wero tried hero Monday on of year. the Master Commissioner, having the force and fine building sites and can bo advantageously ,, effect of a judgment upon which execution may Is , a long time, was tho marriage, fill i,iintmoni. found bv tho lato crand into town lots. , hero for of pam at d Corner Store Houso anJ 0 CITY AND VICINITY. ury. on tho cuaruo oi disiuruiug ruin- - Hustonville, on the south side ofLot In the townthe sue li notfrom daymaturity, and bearingand per centa Wednesday night, of Miss Eliz.i II. PeyMain street, of sale until paid, with interest ous worship. Tho jury found for do- same now occupied by Mr WtMtherford us a drug lien retained upon property ns additional securiton and Mr. George II. Brown. Tho endnntt. SIibkp dip at McKinney Bros.' ty for the purchase money. Possession of proper store. ' Christian church was nicely decorated 3d. Fitly Acres of Knob Land, three inilos from ty will be given immediately on execution of satMiss Mattio Ramsey, of Paint Lick, R. A. bonds. T. 11. Hutchingb, portrait painter, iB and a floral arch was built, underneath has secured a class in music at this place Stanlord, at Mason's Gap. One large, well broken isfactory C. Garrard Ciicuit Court, HURNS1DE,Ky M. Lancaster, 4th. Personal Houso. See dis- which tho couple stood, while Rev. Har- and will teach hero this fall and winter. work Horse, a property. Mare. Fanny, by Gar- 58 tino liruoj stopping at tho Colloy filly by Pence; her suckChief j play of work in Dunk's, tho jowolor, rison Graham tied tho knot. At tho Moritz Fisher, geologist, was with us rard Colt lyher yearling George Dictator; a fine ling bust week. Ho and his partner, Mr. window. Sale conclusion of tho ceremony tho wadding county almost every year Brood Mare by Messenger Breeze, visit this OK Mr. Foil Sale. An elegant suburban res- bell was tippod and a shower of flowors to secure specimens in their line. TuesDam Fanny; her suckling from Brodhead, 14 Choice Jacks, Several Stal- Complicated Watch Repairs and CaBS was idence on Danvillo avenue; two acres of fell on the happy pair. Thero wero four J. R. arranging up bond for money order Colt byDorsey Golddust, his lions and other Stocks, &c. For in couples of attendants, Misses Lena M. day, uround. Mrs.S. C.Trueheart. Artistic Engraving a Specialty. Gelding by Harkaway, oillce. U.G. Baker, I. J. and J. H. to S. S. Myors. Salter Alice V. Carr, Annie Mary Stow-n- rt Mullins are taking in Washington. Mr. formation apply All goods sold engras cd free of charge. Is Dam Fanny. This horse has fine action and Annie Cook and Messrs. R. W. II II Baker, who did business here in well broken to harness. Three fine high and BirYour patronage respectfully solicited. grade reports the followiug Fletcher, E. H. Farmer, Mack Graham the firm of McKenzio & Baker, has Jersev Cows, two high grade Jersey Heifers one As administratrix of W. G Hubble, dee'd, I will Dh. L. B. Cook of Hay, Sur. on to his farm. John steer "Calf, s feeding Hogs, 6 stacks sinulo Harness. liRlo personals: Born, to tho wlfo of J. and Alex Simpson. The ladies were moved his family RivUawav. 1 llucules. t sets r.. Hubble, of Pulaski, is vlBiting friondB set double Harness 300 bushels of Coal, a lot of WEDNESDAY, OCT H. Hilton, at Rowland, a girl; to tho wifo dressed in white, as was tho bride, who here. Corn In the field and a quantity 01 iiousenom anu LIMITED f sTftlVrV Kitchen Furniture and r arming Implements, of George Prowltt, of tho Batno place, a also woro a veil that fully enveloped her. JS X At "Sleepy Hollow" Stock Farm, in Lincoln propvrty will be sold Harrison, who has been very Terms: The real remainder In two equal tor county, 7 miles west of Stanford, near thp McCor of Stanford, Edmond Simpson and Silas Sto ware wero KOtt TUB Mrs. girl, and to Win, Vanhook, annual mack and Turnersville turnpike, offer at public cah and the roill at Loon Lake, was successfully payments, bearing interest Irom day ot sale, with sale all the personal property of the deceased. a Rirl. the ushers A number of white people moved to tho Whit Houso. lor , hen retained tu secure them. Tho herd of 14 choice jacks over that umount on a This property conslstsofa and HARVEST Bank of Middles-bor- o wero present and were treated with the EXCURSIONS, Tho L. & N- - "will carry tho bankers ull sums under Jio.casti; and for such amounts and jennets; two15saddle stallions, Oil Time dri Tub First National of thrse months, Lexington, Oct. credit with security bearing interest and negotiable Hart Denmark, brood mares, saddle and notes for business Monday. It utmost consideration. A nice reception to the State meeting at suckling colts; 2 pairs of work mules; AUQ. 30 and SEPT. 27, reopened ing horses; trip. in Bank, mules; a lot of 18 extra 5, at one faro for tho found brothers, of and payablewishing to will he required. 1 pair very ft ue examine the property previ- nice yearling mules; 145 sheep, sow and shoats; a Any one was reported that tho depositors would was given at Robert Carr's and tho feast THE "WISCONSIN CENTRAL. LINES'" and Ed Johnson, Nick to the day of aale will apply to W. H. Miller, yearling cattle. make n run on it as eoon aa tho doors was varied and ample for the large Harrodsburg, quarreled and each shot oushisoince or to myself on th home premises to cows and calves; 3 utensils, nearly new, including Will run low rate Harvest Excursions en abovo at Also all farming ELIZA POKTMAN, new deposits crowd. Tho groom is a trusted employe tho other, oerhap? .mortally. Stanford. hay rake. 2 corn planters, dates to points in Minnesota, Montana, North and mower, wore opened, but instead to Executrix M. C. Portman, dee'd. and spring wagons, &c. Ac. Also South Dakota, Tickets will be good twenty (10) plows, a Gon F. H. Winston, were made and general confidence was of tho ico factory and the bride was the privileges same time and place I will offer upon the all crops on the farm, hay, corn, oats, Ac. The days from date of sale, with At the been appointed treasurer o well bred and well points 3 fine manifested that the institution was on a writer's cook for seven years. If sho Persia, has democracy, the IlhnoiB Stato same trrins harness;Hrood Mares Colt by Pence, dam Karm of 33$ Acres, nearly nil of which Is in grass, to For lullwest of tit. Paul and Minneapolis. Compa-ny- 's ycarliug information, address auyof tho broken to will be rented privately, tor catalogues ana fur good n wifo as she proved her- the Chicago representatives, or firmer foundation than ever, tho retain-In- proves ns committee and the western by Abdallah Messenger, one suckling Colt and ther nartlculars. addressM JASCpoNDi MRS. suckling Filly by George Dictator, two Bulls and J. HUnilLE.Adm'x, self both trustworthy and capable, her democratic the national democratic wall of Yellow Creek perhaps makW 11. MILLER. branch of Shelby City. Ky. Gen'I Pass, and Ticket Agt , Chicago, III. yearliSg Steer. JS husband will havo reason to rejoice. ing It eo. m Adams and Lewis Jones, both Vaughn, dee'd, will please call and pay their ac count. All persons having claims against the cscolored, wero flno J SI and costs each In tale will resent them nrnnorlv nroven W. A. HAIL, Uxor. Geo Vaughn, deed. &Mt Judgo Carson's court yesterday for disor Will 9m A GRAND DISPLAY. Fall and Winter 3, SMi5LX.C F3LHM? Saturday, October Dress Goods. - jt Clotli.in.G- SIMPLY UNSURPASSED J. S. HUGHES. c, KENTUCKY'S car-loa- d GREAT THOTTI1TG b. CAKITIVAL. 5th d 14th, MIEAB, 150-pou- two-yea- lyciirsivic 1892. Fresh Stock of GROCERIES , 4, o l. GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED, MoXHTlTE"Sr BROS. Rates Au-ou.- i- -.d vii-i- RAILWAY. Washington, FARRIS & HARDIN, 5'-- HABDWABEa STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, t-- to Earp's Art Gallery Milliner and Dress Maker ----- Latest Improvements, oi-- iy Fine Stocli Farm For Sale. Saturday, C. D. FOWEIii., -IN- Commissioner's -m, Sale. General etc., -:- Merchandise, saw-mi- ll Contains about Acres Good Farm .For Sale. ioo Acres Containing: 1 5- -l Court-Hous- Post-maste- Sal ry 52-- Personal More-hous- e Storo-roo- d, Saturday, Oct. ist, BRICK and LOT BANKS THE JEWELER, n store-roo- court-hous- o Illue-Gra- ss '" - Watches, Clocks -il m Lin-no- y, m Administratrix' Jewelry And SILVERWARE. 1 1 Si', FIRST-CLAS- one-thi- rd FARE Round Trip -:- 4-- stop-ov-er g 1 1 com-mitte- e. 1 M-l- d , . ', Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT TRUST. JOHN G. WHtTTIER. HUBBLE. J. W. Bright lina begun driving nails Published Kvory Tuesday and Friday A picture memory brines' to mc! I look scro.il the year and si e Myself betide my mother's knee. I tret her gentle hand restrain My selfish moods, and know again A child's blind sense of wrong and pain. Hut iter now, a man gray grown, My childhood's need's are better known, My mother's chastening lore I own. Gray crown, but in our Father's sight A child tlili grcpUfr tor the light To read His works and ways aright. $2 PJffiU YffiABKT -- -- ,VD VisJSTCK. Vhen not so paid 82.6Q will be charged.- Train al -- K. u. LOCAL TIME CARD. m" Itowund at 7: "u"tD8 l ""UN. LOCAL TIME CARD. ..........H 39 Pm train going North.. aopra . ... South.... -- ...' 55 P m South...-,- jh EzprtM train" North-..- .. ,.........-......JSi- la ............6 59 a ra J rtr&l FrelEht North,,.,,,,. jupm South The latter trains alo carry passengers. Th above Is calculated on itandard time. Solar time ii about 10 minutes faster. Mail n I bow myself beneath Ills hand; That pain ltsell for good was planned, I trust, but cannot understand. I londly dream it needs mutt be That, as my mother dealt with me, So with Ills children deateth He. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. t wait, and trust the end wilt pit)te, That here and there, below, above, Trains pass Junction City as follows. 6am ; Fas Special &C The chastening heals, the pain ltloe. ' m ; New Orleans Limited 37 P- Mail u:57 P Special 840 p m. (From the selections of the editor's dear dead o: -- . s a m. 1 Cincinnati Limited t.4S wife, and printed in loving memory of her.) Soecial m. p. m.; Fast Mail s.iS South-bouna-Q Diue-Gra- ss nu North-bounu-- y o 3P' WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. J. V. Sullivan has had a new roof put on bis storo building. ru (General V-- In and examine then.. er. Remember I am headquarters tor Staple and Fancy Groceries Will soon have a complete line 2f Hardware instock Ry Rov. Georco Ames is preaching this week at Big Creek Gap, Tenn. John D. Littleiobn. editor of the Jellico Advance, spent Tuesday with us. There was a large attendance from Whitley to the democratic convention at London, last Monday. The boys report ford, Kv I) K.l'roctor,C II Itraum, Mr and Mrs T V. a harmonious time and we feci there is Hamilton, Rowland, Mr aud Mr K, II, Johnson, MONDAY, OCT. 17, 1892, certainly a chance for llinuman to win. New Haten, Jim Cox. Grecitslmur. Kates $l per lWorr the door In the town of Dan day J M. f'elrey, clerk Give me a call Every democrat should do his duty and vllle, Kv , at sorlotl. p. m , otTer at public sale J, W CARRIER, I'rop. Voiy ta the highctt bidder, the following tract, of let us send a solid delegation to Congrefs land this year. First A Irart nl land In Mercer county, Ky on the east side of the DanvllU and Harnxliliurg On last Friday evening the young MYERS IIOtTSE turnpike road and about , miles from Harrods-burpeople of the Congregational church and said land being bounded on the north side by lh lands of Wesley anarsdall, on the geve a literary entertainment followed south br the llsllowt Mill road, on the east by the As directed by the new Election Law, the following instructions lands of K. W. Kastland and on the west by the by an ice cream supper. There was a Danville and Harnxlsburg turnpike mad. ana P. W. GREEN, Prop. large attendance and a good programme, have been prepared: containing Mr acres, rood and jo oles Any one desiring to vote shall enter the voting-roohecond. A tract of land in Mercer county, ky , and give his A Cream of Tarter Baking Powder. H ghest ol after which ico cream and cake of the -- Latest United State east of the Danville and Harrodiburg turnpike all in leaening strength. the choicest quality was served until none name and residence, if requested, to the clerk, who will furnish him This stable, which It run In mnncctlon withwith ruad, but not olndln; on said road, and about 4. Government Food Ileport. Myers House, has been ("""plied Mules from Harrndsburg.and being bounded on one ballot, endorsed with, his signature, and also give any desired in- could want more. ROYAL BAKING POWDERCO, the north by the llcllowi Mill road, and on the ro6 Wail street, New York. as to tne manner of voting. 1 lie ballot will contain the A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, east byofthe same read, and on the south by Iht J. C. Mason, of Richmond, visited iormauon Inlids Hardin and on tho west by the lands of Buggies, Wagons, WctlvyVanandall and the land f W II Kast his brother, Walker Mason, this week. names of all the candidates, the nominees of each party being placed land, ami coiliilnlng about 147 acres, be the same A. S. J James A. Butler nnd Milford White in a separate row under some emblem or device, enclosed in a square, And Drummer's Suppl es and Is better than ever mare or less. Third. A tract of land silusled nirtlv in M.r. SURGEON DENTIST. have gone to Lexington to school. J. by which that party is to be designated, and a small square will be prepared in supply the public with cer and partly in Hot1 es, Kentucky, first-oIjAs- b niaa of kinds. lying on the east slJc ofcount Danvillebinding and and placed after the name of each candidate. and Office over Severances. Sou's Store, Main street, M. Blakely, Thomas Higginbotham th. Immediately after receiving turnpike ruad, though not on Stanford. Walker Mason attended the Sunday his ballot, the voter must retire alone to one of the voting booths and I'ersonal and prompt attention ivento W eddmr., said pike, and about t miles from the town vf Dan fames and initials vilte, and bounded on the north by the, ll.llows Sun-daschool picnic on Marsh creek last in three minutes' time prepare his ballot. If he desire to vote for all W GRERN, Proprietor. Mill road, on the south by the Meek Mill road, on the east by the land of A. W Kattland and 011 the W. B. Several of our citizens aro attend- the candidates of any party, he will make a cross mark X in the AL. HURN'S, Manacer west by the lands of S 1'. Kaslland, and thewi being the Knox County Fair this week. J. square, at the top of the ballot, containing the emblem by which the ing the same tracts of land contesed to I C (Uwcll as trustee of Mrs E S Kastlatitl and 0. Muhan was in Lousville last week. party is designated. If he desires to vote against any of his party's others by drnlot date April nth, 1I91, and said deed being ot record In both Hoyle county and Office South side Main street, in office recently The republicans held their primary nominees, he will make a cross mark in the small squares after the Mencr county vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. election to elect county officers last names of those for whom he In making the sale the first two parrels of land VN'a5ssssssssssssstt 1. desires to vote, having first made a cross 9iVW, f above described and which Join, will be otTered as Tuesday. It was one of the most excit- mark in the square a whole and then ofTi red MparateJy aod that bid containing his party's emblem. If more than one R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. ing elections held here for years and which brings the most money The thud name lor the same onicc is marked, his vote shall not be counted for H.fc1 'BCSfkA a )"HVI will Uf .m j) llffCII money flowed freely and tUUUirTTJ&HH whisky and TKIt.MS mad, knownon day of sale. dsssEvrsssssssssssW DENTIST. lv0 , office. I I lAUiVhM..Ag-t S Aug 14, long beforo night our streets, usually so that Higgins office, Lancaster street. Sufficient space is left after each name on the ballot in which the Is moving to ths with ' quiet and decent, were filled Oxide Gas given Nitrous r STKAUB. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. T. f CLAKKK. drunken rowdies giving us another terri- voter may write, with black pencil, the name of a qualified person for whom he desires to vote for for any office, after whose name he will polible CRAIG, tics.example of the rottenness of by also place a cross mark, but no printed names on the ballot shall be DR. The night was made hideous I'RACTH Al. the yells of drunken men and the firing marked out. In case of a question submitted to the people, the Homeopathic Physician, cross mark should be placed against the answer which the voter dePlumbers and Steam Fitters. . - - - KENTUCKY of pistols. The election was not only a STANFORD, disgrace to the republican party, but to sires to give. lUalers in all kinds of Iron and ftrats (.nods for Office Hours: 10 to is a. m.; to 3 p. m.J 8 to civilized society and yet these pious, insteam and water Sanitary Goods of all kinds. All If any voter states on oath that he is unable to read, or that he is ilp. ffiVe work guaranteed against defective material and on Lancaster slreet.opposite O corruptible republicans want the State blind, or physically unable to mark his ballot, it shall be the duty of workmanship jj of Kentucky turned over to them, and me election icrK, in tne presence ol the Judges and Challengers, to Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co try to deliver lectures on morals and rcrider the necessary assistance. hold the democrats up as examples of The voter, belorc leaving the booth, shall fold his ballot so as to Miners and shippers of the GENUINE I will deliver Ice eTry morning to families in all that is corrupt. May thd Lord never disclose no part of its contents except the signatures of the County Stanford and vUlnity al 50 cents per loo pounds: un- Clerk and permit our now happy land to pass fur jo to 100 pounds at the rata of 60 cents, and Election Clerk, after which he will deliver the ballot to one under co pounds at the rate of r cents C ana a n - der the management of such a party, of the Judges, who will deposit it in the ballot box. I call speclsl attention " fa J Try it. we are me soic kcih. to the John Prenner ri- - ruled and controlled by Buch means. J. irewiug Rowland. Office corner ot Depot street celebrated I. X. L. ftleer, for which If a ballot be so spoiled or defaced that it can not be used, the am agent. Will tjrnlih In tithe keg or bottle roadcrossing. HIOOINS'&IWATTS. L. Manning was nominated for sheriff Clerk shall Write for prices. furnish a new one on the surrender of the spoiled one to K. 1IRKMKR. Stanford, Ky 'Jtf and U. II. Meadows for circuit clerk. A him. HII-TOIreMORE LAND, good many of the best republicans Dealer in the above Any one attempting to leave the voting room with a ballot in his XTotio ! fused to take part and declare that they Dealer In will vote for whom they please in Novem- possession will be liable to a fine of not less than $25 nor more than Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs All persons Indebted to Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. Sioo. Black stencils with which to make the cross marks will be Solicited.having anr of the above described stok Ilalley & Co. will pleaae the firm otpayChadwick n 9 ber and not be dictated to by any pricall and their acGoods sold for Cash only, Persons count., either to tne or mary. for sale or wishing, to purch ate same, will do well Orchard. I mean ALL John It Ilalley at Crab found in the voting booths. Shoes and I have jutt received my Fall Stock of to call on or address me An experience of fifteen O. ! NKWLA.V1), Assignee. The following portions of the Election Law are quoted in full: cordially invite the citizens of this vicinity to call ears In this business has been of preht to me and CRAB ORCHARD. Coods sold lower than ev- && POWDER Dentist. in his now building; Tottcn boys are the contractors. Terry Hudson, of ColTHIEJ orado, will move back to this settlement soon. The meeting at the school houso has been largely attended and the people delighted with Bro. Taylor's lessons of OF STOCK CROP . loye and liberty. Thero has beon oiiu Ol;ll kinds, Capt. W. A Abbott, trim has long been with Made and Sot Up in All Parts of confession. As Ksccutor of George 'auihn, deed , I will Messrs. Terclval & Hatton, Heal Estate and Intell at his late rt'ldencr sV miles from Stanford The school trustees hero aro trying surance llrokers, Des Moines, Iowa, and is one of the Country. an urao urcnara pikr, on business men best known and most to raitio about $20 to repair the school-hous- e. thethat city, says! "I canrespectedto the good qualNo Agents employed. testify In They have decided to raise it by ities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Having used it in my family for the past eight years, I can W. ADAMS & SON, Ky. Tuosday, Nov. 1st, 1802, subscription, if possible, rather than by safely say It has no euusl lor either colds The following property, to.wll No. 4a llroadway, Lexington, 19 6m bottles for sale bv Dr. M croup at and subscription. lljurne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky. Four llrood Marcs, t Mares and Colts, i good old Jen work Hone, i Jennet anil Colt, i Joe Rice has gone to Frankfort to net, a C'oa and Calres, 40 Kwes, s Soulhown attend school. Mrs. Amanda Lay and old Heifer, shows and Shoats, llucks, about so acres of Corn In the field, 6 stacks limo sweet little daughter have returned to F. D. HI LEY, Proprlotor, thy Hay, jsUcks of Oata, s Mowing Machines, S. Dunbar's, after an extensive visit in When Baby was sick, wo cave her Caatorls, Wheal Drill, tllavRale, London, - - - Kentucky. I Rockaway,Reaper. Kenco Wagons11and all lle 1, a lot of I'oiis, stands tho mountains. other alotol Uriel, Harrow, 1 When sho was a Child, alio cried for Costoria, I have moved to mjr new Hotel and am better Farming Implements usually fouudona We had a splendid sermon at the When she became Miss, aho clung to C&storla, farm, nnd than ever to accommodate the public, M. E. church Sunday morning by young iootl Livery attached and every convenience daWbca she had Chll 4ren, aho Ko thorn Castor!. Forty-nin- e rned. Give me a call. Shares of Bank Stock. liro. Lancaster, wo are glad to note KRANK KILEV. 77 the return of Bro. Arnold to this work At the same time nnd place I will sell S gootl Urood Mares and some well bred old Colts, for another year. ami some nice yearlings and IiIIips. Notico to tho Traveling Public. Terms made known on day of sale. Ben Swope is able to bo out again. A Curo for Pftralyela. W A HAIL, f have had Mr. Lee F. IIatik-- . of Knoxvillo. was in Frank Cornelius, of Purcell, Ind. Ter., sayt: '! Kxecutor George Vaughn, deed 59 induced Mr. Pinson, whose wifn had paralysis in to seo one of our pretty girls Sunday. the face, to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain We hope there is no danger of having to Halm. To their emit sururite before the bottle PUBLIC SALE OF At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and hid all hma used she wat a great deal better. Her give her up soon. face had been drawn to one tide; but the I'.iln have in connection with Hotel one of the best saloons In the State, open day and Halm nl;ht all pain John Underwood nnd Miss Hanna mouth relioed its natural nnd soreness isand the nan meets all trains In connectionnlcht; aHome with assumed also a shape' It certain curo for rheumatism, lame back, sprains, have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Mate Bourne were joined in matrimony by swellings and Umeneis i cent bottles lor sale by and for reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs G W Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs Floyd InEld. J. Q. Montgomery Tuesday evening Dr. M L. Itourne, and Optician, Slan The undersigned will on gram, Krin, I'enn , A A. Warren, htanford, Dr - at 4 o'clock at tho brido's father's residence. She is tho pretty daughter of Wm. Bourno and wo aro glad to Bay that tho happy cotiplo have the good wishes of everybody. Judge Joe Robinson is repairing the Hanging Fork bridgo on the Lancaster and Danville pike. James McCarley will move soon to Bill Logan's farm on the Stanford and LincaHter piko. ITOTICI I NEW BUTCHER SHOP. first-cla- IlutUier Shop on I have jutt opened it Is hereby given that our offer to lurnltli free Ihv tmrinrf Iamns to nelsons ordering lights Piping a Lancaster stro.t, where 1 will keep at all tiroes .. ' Mill caii lure at cost to (hole ordering water : : IMriE'.A.TS on member s. l8o. After that date theManloru Water, Light and Ice Co will furnish all supplies be obtained, which I will sell at the marthat can price. euulfd nt reasonable PL MP A ENGINE CO. ket tmce I have a line. new. large refrigerator HOWK 53 and meats will always be kept fresh and nice mo 4S JULIAN VEST BEST 1 MONUMENTS S3LE J nt 1 THE RILEY HOUSE 1 1 1 selt-Ka- tr 1 1 first-clat- a THE SIIELTON HOlSE ValuableFarming Lands Instructions to Voters. m Courl-llou- .e To the Voters of Lincoln County: 4'-- Absolutely Pure X.I1TERTT n STABLE 1 well-know- fflHt BR PRICE, all. rg y. PENNY, 1 mMuxLJmm ssssssVHsWsssssssssssssssissskW K JOHN M. STRAXTB & CO , 1 court-hous- 39-'- m XCE L-.- -s AND BEER. Original Jellico Coal. . -.- A 1 J. H. T. WILLIAM -:- Merchandise. 50-- O TO THE FARMERS. '?' both myself and the Company to for the liber-a- l Lincoln county. I am very thankful patronage received and hope by lair dealing to Farmers in need oi a good merit a continuance fence will find me at the Mcrs House in StautorU ne917C.6mOUU,yCOUr,d',y,M W. 10HNSON. I.M. BRUC1J Kentucky Hedgi HI am agent for The Centralotter the services ot Fence Co. ot Lancaster, and """ J. H.VEAOER BRUCE OT, The aboe public. PEED YEAGER, UD UU STABLE, it STANFORD, KY. and firm went into effect July asks a share of the patronage or the NEW RIGS AND HORSES turnouts will leve the stable. Have been purchased and nothing but first-cln- s Give tliem 37 a Call. THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KV., JOSEPH COFFEV, Pro'r. "This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now in tny charge and I intend to conduct it so as to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to its long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial traveler and fine rooms for she dltploy of samples. f 37. There are about 20 "jags" at the "When the polls are closed the officers of election shall, in the Springs for treatment; also Beveral for g-room, Dealer In immediately count the votes and certify the same as heretheir '"health." The place will remain Foreign and Domestic Fruits, open all winter for tho reception of pa- inafter provided; and no adjournment shall be had until the same is Confectioneries, Ac. tients and a large crowd is expected heie completed. When the result of the ballot is ascertained, it shall be Has class AGENT read, with him a first like onbaler and ran lurnish immediately announced by one of the Judges, in front of the voting-roo- REAL late in the fall. Cake, and the short notice. S7 and thereupon the juges shall, in the presence of the Clerk, Hie cnolera Bcaro lias arou.seti our Ky. city fathers. At a recent meeting of the Sheriff and the Inspectors provided for in the preceding section, dc IIAUG IMI AN, I havenuite a number of FARMS for sale ol ihr 11 RE AND STORM "council" all premises were ordered stroy ballots voted, mutilated or spoi.cd and the ballots remaining unII Lands Lincoln cleaned and all hogs turned out of tho voted; Provided, That if there are any ballots cast and counted, or very best Karius are all wellin improved county,good and These in sue pens in the city limits; the streets have left uncounted, concerning the legality or regularity of which there is rich lands, runninglocality, from to 10 (00 Acres Considering thcis Representing their richness and been cleaned and lime scattered from any doubt or difference of opinion in the minds of the Judges of lunfp"'- and railElec roads of soil, thoconvemeuceof to our -door, they Hartiord, of Hartford, Conn., that bnng markets right one end of tocvn to the othei. tion, said Daiiots snail not be destroyed, but scaled up and rctuned are cheaper than the Lands of.any other county in Manchester, i of Manchester, Eng-Illg C141C IICIC Misses Nora and Irma Gheens, are to the Clerk of the County Court with the returns of the election for ty over miles fromla a aurij runn luc conn Ponnnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Marthn such judicial or other investigation as 1 he running may be necessary, with arue inecrycounty is checked withnot turnpikes roJ en Ins. Co. of North America, ' a public There is direction .Singleton, in the country. .Mr. John Mai.adainijed county seat statement as to whether they have or have not been counted, and if tering the the Knoxvilltithat Hot tho L ,V N It H ranch ol We have AH of which are firnl class Companies. I McFall is at his uncle's, Mr. Wm. StuR. dividing the county from Kast 10 Wtt and the be pleased o wait on my friends in this line. would counted, what part, and lor whom. J'ol. art. Capt. Roberts is back among his C. S. R R frutn North to Niuth, the K C. R R kics promptly ismtd. Will insure against tornaARTICLE XIII, SECTION 1. from this ulico to Cincinnati, crotsin? the C. & O. does, wind storms and lightning Lightning clausfriends. Col. Slaughter haa opened up to markets of attached without additional "Any person who shall knowingly and wilfully remove or attempt at Winchester, giving full access havethethree large esOffice at Kirsl National Hank,charge the whole world, llcsides, wo another storo in connection with his Stanford. that give us l'lour Mills to remove a ballot from the election-room- , or have in his possession for all our gMinthe countyhomo; and the a market general store, in the Harm Hoube. right at develop rne ciccuon-rooany Daiiot, either genuine or counterfeit, mentof the mountain regions of Uattern and outside Hevs. Will 0. Barnes and Geo. 1HIJ STANFORD' Southeastern Kentucky bv lailroads and the outDunlap lectured at the Springs Mouday during the election, shall be guilty of felony, and on conviction, shall let South by railroads has created such a demand and provender that weean for all kmdsof cereals aud Tuesday evenings to rather small be imprisoned in the penitentiary not less than two nor more than five scarcely retain enough lor homeconsumptlon Co. he people are prosperous, generous and kind, years. Inaudiences. The had views, etc , of i hre Relieving in Christianity ana education, Has contracted with " 2. If any person shall take or remove in any manner, felonious- is not a neighborhood in House. county but lias a and will have the Iceresponsible firms lor Jla plants the dia and its customs and was well worth and Klectrlc Plants complegcod church and school tho prico of admission. Our people ly or with the consent or permission of the custodian for the time, any Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln, is a pros- ted about sixty dars ; the Water I'lant soon af-perous little city of about 3,500 inhabitants and is missed a rare treat by not turning out to official ballot or ballots, from any place where they may lawfully be the great doorway from the North and North-caIn order to place individual contracts in fr Water and Electric Livrhl. tbeComiin ' South and from the Northwest to bomheatt, hear them. under this law, shall knowingly and wilfully have in his custody or ' and standing as it does gating right Into the bos- oilers the following: Necessary water pipes will In laid, connected to A wedding will occur about the 1st possession such ballots, except as an official or custodian under the om of the undeveloped mountains of iioiilheastcrn at actual cost lor pine and work. minis the whoio Kentucky backed of October in tho county and the particKlectrlc wires put In and necessary fixtures furlaw, or while within the polling place for the purpose of voting; or if region ol the State up byrailroads running through with ipants will be a young man from one of any to all points of the compass, makes it naturally nishedbefree ol charge such custodian or official shall consent to, or permit anv of such it of the best located towns in the South for To of best ijuality and guaranteed to give one the Southern States and one of our most satisfaction enterprises of beautiful young ladies and her name is ballots to be removed or carried away from the place where they may mannfactures and otherbeing agitated magnitude. Theacheduleof adopted rates Is fromajtoso and right Water Works are now not quite "Katydid." Guess. "Lizzie lawfully be, by any person except such official or custodian whose du- above the town about of a mile per cent, lower than is usually Riven. could be erected Water Works with very Did" JJuchanan, daughter of Mrs. Abra ty it is to receive the same, such person, custodian or official shall be there cost that would supply a city or 150,000 in- Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. little hams, and a gentleman from Tennessee. habitants with the purest and best water in the votin- ARTICLE III, SECTION think I can make it profitable both to and seller, O address Stanford, Ky Office at the Myers House, (u buyer H. T. BTJSH, ESTATE Stanford, ! J. II. INSURANCE AGENT r 'C 111 . 5 dei-o- t 1 111 -- 1 Watertight and Ice 111 st i!lue-Ura- s thrco-fourtl- is A 37-- ti First-Clas- s Saloon POOL ROOMS attached. JOSEPH COFKKY. And niLLIARDand CASH for I life. About seven years ago I chanced to procure a bott'e ol Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. It save me prompt relief and I belive cured me permanently, as I now eat or drink anything I please without harm. I have also used it inmy lamlly with the best results." tor sale by Dr. M L. liourue, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Kor manyycars Mr. II. I Thompson, of D es Moines, Iowa, was severely afflicted with chronic He says' "At times it was very sedurrha-a- . vere; so much so that I feared It would end my Highest cash market price paid Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at A M.-F- . ELKIN & CO., STANFORD, KV. During the epidemic of La Grippe last season Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, proved to be the best remedy. Reports from many who used it confirm this statement They were not only quickly relieved, but the disease eft no bad after results. We ask you to give this remedy a trial and we guarantee that you will be satisfied uilh remits, or the purchase price will be refunded. It has no equal in La Grippe, or any Throat, Chest, or Lung trouble Trial bottles lre at A. R. Penny's Drug Store. Large bottles, joe and Ji. La Qrlppe Again. deemed guilty of a felony, and on conviction, shall be punished by imprisonment in tne penitentiary tor not less than three nor more than ten years. $ 3'. Any person who shall, during the election, knowingly and wilfully remove or destroy any of the supplies or other conveniences placed in the booths for the purpose of enabling the voter to prepare his ballot, or shall during an election remove, tear down or ddface the cards printed for the instruction of voters, or shall during an election, destroy or remove any booth, or other convenience provided for such election, or shall induce or attempt to induce any person to commit any of such acts, whether or not any of such acts are committed or attempted to be committed, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction, shall be punished by imprisonment in the county jail for not less than six months nor more than one year." Respectfully submitted. J. B. PAXTON, Co. Attorney. GEO. B. COOPER. Co. Clerk. world. Our little city hss been newly rebuilt in the last few yearsand its business houses ard residences will compare with larger cities of greater pretensions. Our merchants and tradesmen are Wc have two all prosperous aud doing well banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are prosperous and in a good condition. We have splendid schools. We have a female College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu pilsiu attendance and under the prlncipalship ot I'rof. J M. Hubbard, Is In a flourishing condia tion. We also have a Seminary that i head,good yo school, with Prof II r Johnson, at its buildings ic have one of the Best I'ublic School with over 100 pupils in this section of the State, attendance, and with other good private schools, you see our school facilities are excellent. Wa have elegant church builmngs, representing every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers offias class talent and are doing a better business than any class of men in the city. I have tried to make this statement as facts, without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those who know will bear no out, and those who wish to buy pleasant homes at fair prices and locate among a good people with all tho best surroundings would do well to call and see mo before purchasing eluwh re -- Dwelling of '3 rooms, one faucet hach additional room .. " Each additional faucet Stores, Hanks and Private Offices,' iauce't"! Ilaths, private, one faucet Hose attachment for sprinkler ' Stables, private, one animal Kach additional animal 1 . in v 5 00 , J e 00 ,, t 00 Electric Light Rates. Kor commercial use: One arc and three 16 c. p. incandescent lamp peryer ..S,a M . iaf f. f n n,fc ...mh . 60 ngni, per mo .7 l v- -y .... II 95 11 3 " 3d 11 11 66 7S II For Residence Use: For ist 16 c. p. Incondescent lamp, per mo., 11 ,, ,; n 11 ,i 2j For each additional For further information, apply to " " " 4th" ' ii it 11 11 " " " " 60 45 35 S "'" ' ao J,W.HAYDEN,Sup't,&c. 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