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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892093001 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. Semi-Weeklvol. xx. MIDDLEBUR6,0ASEY COUNTY. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.f FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1892. DANVILLE. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. Hnr-riso- NO. 62 LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Tho dtlzoiiB nro building ft substantial foot brldno across tho lagoon near Dr. Dye's. It wrt8 roportod tlmt tho prohibitionists wore to moot hero Saturday to nominate a candidate for Congress, but us only three members of that persuasion were in town that day, I presume- nothing of tho kind was done. , Kov. J. J. Hurnott, of Kast Tonnes-peehas been preaching at, tho Ilnptint church for two weeks with but littlo success. Ho would have closed tho meeting Sunday night, had not Hev. W. It. Davidson come down to assist him. They will probably hold through this James Simpson, n former townsman, but now of Texas, and Miss Cor-d- ia Myrcs, daughter of Mr. W. 0. Myres, were married last Tuesday. They took tho train at Moroland, immediately after the ceremony, for their Texns homo. May Hiicct'ea nnd long life attend thorn. Mr. 15. P. Claypool, tho enterprising merchant and farmer at Dead wood, tells us that lie Inn about completed cutting and housing his largo crop of white Hurley tobacco and that it is tho finest he has raised since ho caino to tho county. He lias a much bettor :rop of corn than lias over before blessed his labors in Ca-re- Meek. Mr. of tho Carpenter's Creek vicinity, f Itov.M. A. MIddleton, of Klngs- meeting at ville, closed n Dead wood, Sunday, with fiO conversions. There scorns to have been a general awakening on tho subject of religion oh there Is not a single sinner left hi that community to advocate tho cause of tho wicked one. Bro. Middleton deserves much praise for his untiring uilbrta in behalf of that people, who havo heretofore been entirely destitute of preaching. Wo were present at ono of the meetings and never saw more interest waa manifested. The large school-housfilled to overflowing nnd tho preacher seemed to havo u patient hearing. The best of order prevailed, excopt on two occasions, when Itro. M. had to go to the door and tell some thoughtless young men to come in or do their talking a from tho house. Let us hope that tho seemingly much good accomplished may bo lasting and that Deadwood, which has heretofore borne a reputation for lawlessness, may turn out to be ono vilof the moat quiet and lages in tho county. Tho teachers of Northern Pulaski and Southern Lincoln counties met at Klngaville, Sept. 17th, at 2:30 i i. The meeting was called to order by II. S. Young, chalrmnn. L. IS'. Taylor waa then elected secretary, after which plans nnd arrangement for the Discovery Day celebration wero considered. It was moved that only a day session beheld. After remarks for and against n night session it wus decided in favor of a day session only. A report from tho committee on invi tations was then received, after which Kinirsvillo waa selected as the place for holdlni! tho celebration. A committee for arranging a programme was selected consisting of W. H. Poynter, Mis Wright and h. IN. Taylor. On motion it was agreed to invito the of tho veterans. Mr. appointed to extend to them the invitation. A committee to eecuro music for tho occasion was appointed consisting of Miss Hrough nnd Mr. Mr. 0. M. Young, Mr. Cioo. Cur-tis- s and MIm Annie Morgan were appointed to becuro a ling. A committee consisting of Mr. II. S. Young, Mr. Dunavnnt and Miss Mayfield was elected to purchase pruss to be awarded for tho best productions in the s oratorical, essay and declamatory '.Joe per tlio committee to collect capita from the teachers to pay for tho prizes. It was decided to have a basket dinner extending to all who can Ian invitation to como prep ired. Alter yotingto havo the programme published, tho teachers wero requested to assist the programme committee by telling at next meeting what put each prefers for himself and his school. It was agreed to liaye the proceedings of this meeting published. The meeting then adjourned to meet at Wayneahurg, at --' o'clock i M , on Saturday, Oct. 1st. L. N.Tay (.on, Secy. two-week- s o law-abidi- ; Dun-avautw- Dun-nvan- t. - ton-test- A Curo Frsnk Cornelius, of Purccll, 1ml. Ter , says "I induced Mr. I'inson, whose wife had paralysis in I'aln tho face, to buy a bottlo of Chamberlain" Halm. To their great surprise before the bottle all been uied the waa a great deal bettor. Her had face had been drawn to one ilde; but the l'aln Halm relieved all pant and soreness and the It mouth assumed lu natural shape." back, it alio a aprains, certain cure for rheumatism, lamo botllis forsaleby awellingsandUmeness and Optician, Stan- Or. ML. lUurnc, ford' Ky , jo-ctlst for PariiiyBlu. The best salve in the world tor cut. bruises tetter, alt rheum, fever sore. ulcort,chilblains, corns sores,all akin chapand ttup ped handi, cures pile., or no pay requirtlans and positively guaranteed to eivv perlect satisfactioe, ed. It il or moue refunded. Pric i$ cnts per boa. For aale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, ky. Estate and M.Pr.,.P"rcival&!Iatton,Real and il one llroUrs, Det Molne., Iowa, business meof i reipected molt iha beat wy": " h.egood qualn uxitT city, ms of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. IlMlng used it in my lamily for the past eight years. cold, or Mfelyaay ft ha.no e,,ua, forfor either Dr. M sale bottles and Stanford, Ky. l.lEurne, Druggist and Optician, ?c Ducklln'eArnlcev Salve. tt T Abbott, who has long been with Tho grand jury failed to indict n Klmoro for sticking a knifo into Prof. Tom Slaughter, so Judge Morrow has ordored Klmoro disciiarged. Capt. Kl Logan attended tho r uu-iof tho Orphan Uriijado at Paris, this week. Col. Win. Duke and daughter, MiBS Mary, nro visiting friends in Woodford county. Nannie Harlan complained Wednesday to to tho police court that Mat Brooks had ungallautly assaulted her Bister, Annie. If Matthew did butknow it, tho yearns for him. Col. J. P. McGrorty, formerly of Danville, nowof Doming, X. M., wash delegate to tho convention at Santa Fe lint week, which nominated Hon. Antonio Joseph for the Gth time for repre sentative in Congress. This time Mr. Joseph was nominated by accumula tion. Mis Klizabdth Armstrong, daugh ter of J udgd 0. T. Armstrong, and Mr. Edward Drowning, of Clark count v. were married Wednesday nt tho resi dence of tho bride's parents, in Perrv- ville. Kov. John Rule, a Presbyterian minister and a cousin of tho bride, olli- tfatvd. In tho circuit court Wednesday the jury brought in a verdict of $:io and cojU in tho milt of Levi ICettlo against W. 1$. Ceuil for Blander. There had been disputes between the parties over business matters and plaintilF charged that on several occasions defendant called him a thief. Will to "considering of their verdict" some of the jury wore for 51,000 aud others for $.'00, 5100 and various smaller sums; $10,000 was the amount asked for. The marriage of Miss Kliza daughter of Mrs. Mary Kinnaird, of this place, and of Hev. Kobcrt deceased, was solemnized at the resilience of tho bride's mother at 12 o'clock Wednesday, Hev. K. M. Green, I). 1) , of the lBt Presbyterian church, performing tho ceremony. Tho bride's dress, was of white silk crupon, trimmed with French Bourdon lace. She wore diamond ornaments. Tho attend-antwere Misses Margaret nnd Carrie Kinnaird, the bride's sisters; the groom's brother, Mr. J. K. Letcher, of Hender son, and Dr. A. W. Johnstone, of Cincinnati. During the ceremony the wedding march from Lohongron was rendered by Misi AnnaSuddutii, of Winchester. But a few intimate friends and relatives were present at tho ceremony, among them Mrs. Milton J. Durham, of Lexington, Mr. aud Mrs. Jns. Kinnaird, Bjdfoed, Ind., and Dr. nnd Mrs. Benj. Letcher, Henderson. Soon after the ceremony Dr. and Mrs. Letcher left for it trip to Xew York and other principal cities of tho Kast. The Kentucky Annual Conference of the Kentucky Methodist Episcopal church met here Wednesday and will remain in session n week. Bishop Jno. M. Brown, of Washington City, presides. Fifty-onpreacher delegates are iu attendance. One of them, Hev. P. F. Matthews, pwtorofSt. Paul's church at Lexington, informs tho Intkkiok Jouk-nathat the A.M. K. Church is tho largest colored religious organization in the world aud that its work extends oyer the I'nited States, tho West Indies and Africa. They have two conferences in Africa. There is a membership of in thischurcli und in tho .ion M. K. church there are oyer 100,000 members. The two organizations will unite iu August imxt, when the united bodies will hold a general conference. J. O. Kmbry, gouur.il buiinosi minagur, and L.J. Copper, both the latter editor of tlto A. M. K. Heviow, are among tlioso in attendance. With this week the term of Hon. T. '.. Morrow, as judge, and of Capt. Wm. Iierndon, as prosecuting attorney of tho Stli judicial district of Kentucky, end so far as their services in Boyle county are concerned. Both havo made faithful and capable ollicials aud the best wishes of good citizens of all shades of political opinion follow thorn wherever their piths may lead. Although born in Flemingaburg, Judge Morrow was reared and educated in Danville and Homo of tho fondest recollections of his life nre associated witit tho "Holy City." Upon the bench ho haB been judge indeed. Tho humblest practitioner, if he was in the right, has had as good u chance as the most eminent ono aud no litigant or prisoner at tho bar enn truthfully Bay that all the law permitted and nothing more nor less has been given him. Tho"wisdom men" who have criticised his rulings do not hesitate to criticise the court of appeals or the Supremo Court of tho United Statea and their criticisms only showed their ignorance and only caused a pitying smile, poor thingB. Capt. Herndon's course as a public prosecutor has been fearless manly, honest and capable. He Bought the couviction of no ono if his judgment told him he was not guilty. Ho prosecuted as it was his duty to do; he never persecuted. The old 8th district, now Boon to be no more, has not been tho worse for the presence of either of the gentlemen referred to. on work-hous- e Kin-naln- l, Kin-nain- l, d Christian church iu this place on next Friday, Saturday nnd Sunday. James Cosby, independent, and J. S. Oatlitr, democrat, arc going to make tho race ngainst the republican nominees for sherifTand circuit clerk. Tho Kentucky Lumber Company Bawed out last Wednesday. They have had a continuous run for nearly a year aud have done a prosperous business. Mr. Flora and wife, of Campbells-ville- , nre visiting Dr. J. D. Adkins. Quito a number of our people attended the Baptist Association held nt Jellico creek on laBt Sunday. MIps Bridges, of Campbellsville, who has been visiting Mrs. J. I). Adkins for several weeks, returned homo last Saturday. Dr. F. W. Finley lias opened nn ofilco next door to J. L. Whitehead's drugstore. Mr. A. A. Crouch left last Monday on a yisit to Xortli Carolina, his old home. Tho case of II. L. McFarlnnd, of conspiring together with his brothers, Kliliu, William, David nnd Ben, to murder David Hash, on Sept, IS, was tried before Judge Tyo on Tuesday and ho was held over in $2,000 bail. David wasBhot in Pulaski county wiien ho tin dertook to run when a posso attempted to arrest .them. William, Kliliu and Ben nro still nt large nnd havo lied to parts unknown. Hash and Klihu had had some trouble before on the same day and when they met that night Kliliu began shooting and David run up nnd shot Hash twice, from which ho died Tuesday morning following. Messrs. Wilson and Stilling, attorneys of Loudon, wero in town Tuesday. James Shnrp, K.I). Perkins and Thomas Adkins nro out nttending tho 'squires' courts this week. W. A. Owens, of Tazewell, Tenn., was in town on legal business Tuesday. P. II. Sullivan and Taylor Rice, of Richmond, wero here Saturday. Mr. Sullivan is a young lawyer and city attorney of Richmond. K. K. Watkins is out visitingthepost-otlice- s of the county. Hon. R. D. Hill is in Louisville Myers & Moody aro building the kindergarten for tho Academy. Mr. John W. McCarty, of Jellico, epent several days in Williamsburg title week. nc-cusMc-Farl- and iTho Whitley County Convention of Miss Kmma Garrard, of Manchester, the Christian church will bo held at tho was visiting relatives hero this week. Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. sfc e i. ftOO.-OO- William Allen, on Saturday, readily gave bond for his appearance nt the next term of the Casey circuit court with Joe Allen, Isham Cochran and Jim Alien as Buretiea. In my Tuesday's report the names ol J. Boyle Stone ond George K. Stouo were left out either by your correspondent or tho printer, who in conjunction vith'A. R. Clark were the able defenders of Allen. Mr. B. Smith, the gentlemanly.tde- pot ngent nt McKinney,tis amongus for a few days, taking needed rest from his arduous labors and enjoying himself seeking after tho finny tribe. 0. il. Portman, a very clever young man, rais-e- d at this place, has gone to Bryantsvillo Garrard county, where tho writer epent his early youth, to engage in the harness making business in .Mr. Haselden's shop. Mrs. Wilkinson, the landlady of the old Napier Hotel, who has been sutler-in- g greatly for several weeks with what some of tho medical profession pronounce a gangrenous erysipelas, is now improving ami it is hoped that alio will soon be about again. Mr. Win. Gibbons, of Knoxville, Tennessee, is still at the bedside of his aged, sick mother, who is lying very low at the homo of hersou-In-la.Mr. Jacob Hofer had his legs badly crushed Tuesday by a log rolling on hitniwhile loading a wagon. Rev. Struvo will preach at London nml,Pineville instead of London nnd Manchester, ns heretofore stated. A son of William Tillery waarun ovr by Fred Mason on horseback Thursday morning and had a leg broken below the knee. It was done in play. The next Adlai E. Stevenson, passed tli rough Loudou on tho express Tuesday nigliu Hour citizens had known it tho band would have been out. Republican Klector K. K. Wilson will begin a canvass of tho lower end of tho district this week and wants Xapoleon Bonaparte Hays to meet him on the raging stump. Win. Tillery, who married Widow Provonce, has moved from Jackson county and takes charge of tho Provence House, Perry Kvans having returned to the country. Hon. Kd Parker has been hero for several days and says tho Pacific Slope Is tho greatest country on earth. He will pro bably locate there whpn his sen atorial oflice expires. Henry Magee, Sr , is spoken of as a probable candidate for shcriir on tho democratic ticket. If ho makes tho race there will be plenty to talk about between now and election. A mule ran away with Mrs. Wm. Tillery near McKee, Jackson county, on last Thursday and threw her on n rock-pilinjuring her very severely. Sho was brought to London and is still confined to her bed. Willie Hansel, a boy of Pino Hill, working on Welsh's works at Pittsburg, while attempting to get on n moving freight at that place, fell between the cars and had a leg cut ofl close to the trunk. He will probably dio. Tho has been moved from the old stand to the room in the Catching Block next to Fan's k Co. Postmaster Weaver says old fogy places like Stanford can't near show up with us in equipments. So that all may know where and what he runs he..uang9,tbis nice newly painted , sign out: London, Ky." B. T. Harding gave Mr. McLear a bogus check for his board at tho Catching Houso during the republican convention and was arrested and brought here last week. On his arrival he paid off the check, settled all cos tain tho case and Tuesday left for "greener" fields. He is a noted hotel beat, having been in a similar trouble in Louisville and other points. Tho republican primary here last Wednesday was a daisy and almost as much of a show as a democratic convention is from a republican standpoint. Tho primary in tho London district was for a choice for circuit judge and commonwealth's attorney, Col. Clarke was tho only candidate for circuit judge and Judge Brown got the instructions from tho precinct, but was opposed by James 1). Smith for John Matthews, of Knox, and heated speeches were made by Boro-inand Smith, in which butcher knives wero discussed from both Bides. e, post-offic- e post-offi- ce post-offic- e "Post-Officeg Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli, 1892. Fullcorp. of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. .Superior coumm in Literature, Music and An. Excellent boarding department Catalogue, and circulars furnished on application. Centre College Academy, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE NEXT SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION BECINS SEPTEMBER 14, 1892, With n full eourm of atudy, both English and Classical. Whllo tho course ol Instruction I. adapted to prepare young men for the Freshman Clns, It It intended at the same time to furniih liberal EnKIIh education to any who desire It. In connection with the Academy, , A Home Boarding and Training' Department Ha. been established In the Home and under the personal control of the Principal. Kezular hour, under the .upervision of the Principal and as.isUnti and the restraint, and government of Christian home are combined with the best educational advantages. For lurther particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc , address JAMES B. "WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER During the year 1892 I hand a full and complete shall) keep constantly on stock of Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. My stock of Toilet Articles Glass, Books, & WATCHES, CI.OCKS Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas D.LTOn in charge. A. R. PENNY. jWEiinr SHOES. AVe arc making. A 8 SPECIALTY .OK LADIESbCHILDREN SHOES THIS SEASON. M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. CRAB ORCHARD. John Moore. Monday was county court day and a fair crowd was in atteuduuee. In tho evening Wallace Jones, of Columbia, occupied an hour and a half in tho court room laying his claim before tho people ns the republican nominee for circuit judge in the 20th judicial district and also giving n full explanation of his side of tho taritrquestion. He was followed by Mr. J. 0. Muncie, of Tompkinsviile, renewing his claims on tho puoplo as u candidate of the same party for commonwealth's attorney aud ho also touched on tho silver question and other subjects connected with the canvass. A few days since Oscar Wilkinson, aged 14, and his cousin, Iko Wilkinson, aged 8 or 9 years, had u thrilling adventure at tho llsli pool at this place. They wero driving a fiery horse to a cart when ho ran away and dashed into tho pool, emptying Oscar out in the edge of the water, but Ike adhered to his seat. The water iu tho pool is souio 8 or 10 feet deep in places and sometimes the cart floated and somotimes it went under. When it sank Iko would rise to his feet and try to keep bis head out, but when it floated he resumed his seat. After going under a number of times the horse brought him safely to dry land. A complete Campbellite was niado out of Ike, but we do not think he has yet connected bioiBelf with that body. The court valid the law which makes life imprisonment go with tho third conviction fes felony. of appeals Miss Annie Lasley, of Parkland, and Susio Lasloy, of your city, left fcr home Tuesday, leaving au aching void in the hearts of many of our young men. Mr. J. Will Ja mog is at homo after a brief stay in Flori la. Ho says Crab Or. chard is the best place after all, but it is Mips jaiAAiW vvvi3sMJMawBlwBBBBBMilMiliMBBlHBiMMBIBBBBHbiBBBBIBBJBB fnr Infants Children. Caxtorla etirea Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Plarrhaa. Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dtpestlon. Without injurious medication. Toe Cf.VTAim Compact, 7!" Murray Street, M. Y. - not Grab Orchard that draws him. He says "Florida is a pretty good beanery." Miss Bottio Higgins has returned from a protracted visit to Somerset and bringing Miss Pitman, a charming young lady with her. Miss Lula Stuart lias returned from a visit to her Bister, Mrs. Mrs. Pavis, at Dillion's Switch. Wm. Burko. of Junction City, is with her father, Mr. Doc Dillion. Mr. Lew Pettus ison a visit to bomefolks and a certain young lady, id supremely happy. Andrew Buchanan left last week to College at Danville. Mre. Laura Mooro left Wednesday to visit relatives in Danville. W. C. Perkins left Tuesday for Louisville to buy fall goods. Dau-vill- o "Castorlals so well adapted to children that I recommend It as superior to any prescription known to me.1' II. A. Arciieh, M. U., IU So. Oxford St., UrooUyn, N. Y. W.BJcRDBBRTX, IA As&TjHJftLAK DRTTGGIST, When When When When Baby was sick, we care her Castorla, she was a Child, she cried, for C&storla. she became Miss, she clung to Castoris, she bad Chfllren, she cT them Caslorls, Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. Call and secure Bargains. V. BEAR OF POST-OFFIC- E ROOM. Notice to the Traveling Public. . NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Mr. H. K. Thompson, of Dfi All persons indebted to the estate of GeorK Moines, Iowa, was severely itrfilcted with chronic Vaughn, dee'd, will please call and pjy their acdiarrluca. lie tayt: "At times it was veryagainst tho et ne so much so that I fcircil It would ena my countwill All persons having claims present them properly proven lire. About seven years ago I ihancod to procure tate W. AHAIL, Kxor. Geo Vaughn, deed. 60.41 a bottle ol Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Ilemedy. It gaveuie prompt relief and I belive I now eat or drink cured me permanently, as I pleaso without harm. I have alao used it in my lamily with the best results." Korsaleby Dr. I will nil privately my Farm of 50 Acres on the M. I., llouruc, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Danville & Stanford pile, three miles trout Stan-lorKy- It la well improved, with dwelling of five rooms, new barn and all necessary outbuildings; J. Brutus Clay haB presented the also hat fine spring. CaMon me on the premises or Richmond Infirmary Society 'with a address me at atauioru, nv. EUOENE KELLEY. 6j splendid residence for a hospital. Kor manyycun any-thi- I have had THE SHELTON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished have in connection with Hotel one of the beatand saloons in the State, open day and night: a Might man meets all trains. In connection with Hou have also one of the best Mineral wells ia the Bute iM!.Cor..rerence to water, call on JUr. and Mrs. G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr, an.TMr; riyd fj ,Frln Tenn., A. A. Warren, Stanford, D. E. Procter, C. II. Braum.Mr. and Mrs.Tl Dr. Y. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Jehnsoa. New Haven, Hm Cox. Grecnsburir. Rates $ per day. J. M. I'etrey, clerk. Give me a ca. Vtoiy . W. CARRIER, Prop. In-(- FARM FOR SALE. has declared d, S " ti ft. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Stanford, Ky., Seitemucr W. r. WALTON. : SIX PAGES. EVERY FE.I3D.1T. Tub democratic coaventioa nt War saw has been unable yet lo nominate n candidate for Congress. They have 30. 1892 been balloting for tlireo dayd without result, the Inst, the 370th, BtntulinR Hal-la- in 30 nnil Baker 20. Tho naino of McElralh was withdrawn on the 2o3d ballot. Berry went out next. Conjjresa-ma- n Dickerson was not put in nomination. The convention ought to stop its foolishness nnd nominate Ilallatn. THE GENERAL ASSEMBY. I K sr7 . t" His letter accepting the democratic nomination for preaident of the United Slates is like nil of Mr. Cleveland's efforts, clear, straight forward and unequivocal. It says what it means and means D what it eaya. There is uo attempt at rheterical flourish, but it is u plain and have concluded to extend the time to Oct. io, instead of Oct. i, as the limit, in order to give evsimple statement of tho democratic faith erybody a chance, as the first lot went out very fast, and we have ordered another as laid down by tho platform, aa tho disJot of Glassware, which will be tinguished writer understands it. He $77.50. declares that "tarill reform ia still our Best shipping'cattlo nro worth HO Attention Democrats! strong terms purpose" and opposes in in Cincinnati, Belect hogs 5 nnd extra By order of tho Democratic Kxecutivo the continuance and increase of a tanll sheep 5. by a loose construc- Committee of Lincoln county thero will tax made noestblo old feed FnnSxLE. 15 extra bo organized democratic clubs at the foltion of ttie constitution during tho war ers, weighing about 1,100 lbs. Apply to period. The republican eilbrt to scare lowing times nnd places in tho county to It. II. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard, Ky. Wm. Moreland has sold out of this the people by "tho spectro of an impos- and speeches will also be made by the following named persons, sible free trade" will not work. The county over 3,000 hogs in the last GO These presents consist of Glasses, Lamps, Tea Sets, Elegant r Lamps, Water Sets and othe articles. Hustonville, Saturday, Oct. 8th, R. J. days and as a consequence they are getdemocratic party is pledged to no such Nothing will be given for less than Si's worth oi goods. No drawing or tickets about this, I a prcs- but impracticability. On tho force bill Mr. Breckinridge, W. G. Welch and Jno. S. ting very senrro nt given promply at the time of the sale. Owsley. Cleveland is aggressive and pointed. T. I). Chenault's 40 acre clover field For St's worth of goods wc present you with a handsome Goblet, Salt Cellar or other article. Waynesburg, Oct. Sth, George E. He sees no warrant for Federal interyielded 72 bushels of seed perncre. Cotn $2's worth of goods we present you with a handsome Lamp with burner and chimney complete, or Stone, It. O. Warren and O. II. Waddle. ference in elections and will, if elected, at Phelps salo brought $2. IS in tho field. Cream Pitcher, or Spoon Holder or two Glasses. Kingsvillc, at night, Oct. Sth, George Richmci-Climax. use his efforts to stamp out the preposS3's worth of goods we present you with an elegant Water Pitcher, Butter Dish, Lamp or 3 GoblcLs. Mr. Cleveland is still E. Stone, It. 0. Warren. terous measure. A. F. Moberly delivered to Prewitt Hubble, Saturday, Oct. Sth, It. P. Ja- & $S's worth of goods we present you with six Goblets or a Tea Set complete. convinced that civil service reform is Wood, of Boyle, 80 hogs, averaging cobs, II T. Noel, F. F. Bobbitt. Sio's worth of goods an elegant Water Set, consisting of Pitcher, six Glasses and Tray, or anthing of ing 190 pounds at 4 cents. Thesa hogs neccssiryton business conduct of the Highland, Saturday, Oct. Sth, A. K the same value. government and he maintains his for were engaged in July. Denny, W. H. Miller, T. P. Hill. jSso's worth ol goods and elegant China Lamp, an ornament fit to grace any parlor. mer position on the subiect. He is for The department ot agriculture anMay wood, Saturday, Oct. Sth , J. B. deserving soldiers but has been liberal pensions to nounces that pluropneumonia stamped out of tho United States. The insists that "our pension roll shall be a Paxton, W. E. Varnon, J. W. Alcorn. Goshen, Saturday, Oct. Sth, Sam roll of honor, uncontaminated by ill delast case was disposed of six months ago W. B. Penny, J. M. Itothwell, W. sert and unvitiated by demagogic UBes." by slaughter and sinco then no other B. Hansford. Heis for a sound currency and for ono has appeared. Rowland, at nignt, Saturday, Oct. Sth, be it dollar being ns good as another, Rev. Ben Helm tells us that- from a Ky. HAYS, Irlniintfer. The widest lib- JohnS. Owsley, Willis Barnett, J. W. single black corn-fiebeau he raised in gold, silver or paper. Alcorn and John Chappell. erty of the people consistent with good liis imrclpii a vine which yielded 1)25 Crab Orchard, Saturday, Oct. 15, A. K. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. government is advocated and sumptuary bean?. At this into an acre of ground, Denny, It. J. Breckinridge nnd J. B. Pax-tolaws of any kind opposed. The paper with the beans planted 3 feet apart A child of Anderson Burdett died bears the impress of a statesman in every would produce 115 bushels. of whooping cough Wednesday. McKinney, Saturday, Oct. loth, F. F. line and we commend its careful perusal Hon. D,B. Edmiston writes us that Mr. E. M. Denny is running a disGeorge E. Stone nnd It. 0. Warto our readers. It is given in full on Bobbitt, he has directed the commissioner of ag- tillery at Vernonu, Mo., making old ren. ourCth page. riculture to ship some need wheat to "Kentucky Bourbon." Milledgeville, Saturday, Oct. 22d, A. this office, which wo can distribute Some one dug all the Irish potators The reunion of the Orphan Brigade at K. Denny and Charles H. Itodes. among our mutual farmer friends. It from County Attorney McClure's patch everyPreachcrsville, Saturday, Oct. 2id, was Paris was largely attended and raised near Findlay, O., is known as thing was done to make tho old boys John S. Owsley, J. Mort Rothwell, T. P. the Oregon nnd is Baid to be very supe- - a few nights since. Will, n son of John Hansel, residing have a good time. Tho Eervice of this Hill. nor. at Tine Hill, had a leg cut otT by a W inSpeakingatl:30 o'clock, p. ., except Thore were 1.000 cattle on the command for the Lost Cause furnishes n story of valor, hardships nnd patriotism nt Kingsvillc and Rowland when it will Chester market Monday; good feeders of freight train at Pittsburg Wednesday. The colore.l population of Rockcas J. B. Paxton, Churn. 1,200 pounds brought 3 and lighter 3 to that fills the reader with admiration and be at 7 r. si. mere are 2 to 2J, rough tlo numbers lets man aw. Geo. P. Buiqht, Secy. 3J, light to good heifers wonder. As they were first in war, so oxen 1.1 to 3. A la'Ud number of moun- - cuuuren in in couiuy iu years uiu who and always will they have been in peace NEWSY NOTES. tain owes sold nt $3.25 to $3.75; 100 suck nave never seen a negro, occupy a warm place in the hearts of F. Krneger was in Louisville Saturtheir countrymen. They have all manThe Orphans will meet next year in ing mare mules brought from S50 to $00- day inspei t ng plans for a new lime ki'.n and 17 second class do. $41.50. Demoaged without pensions to make a living, Versailles. plant which he intends erecting here in while a large majority of them have acThe hotel at Ejculapia Springs, 11 I. M. Quisinberry sold to John Co addition to his preseut facilities. EVERY LINE IS NOW COMPLETE cumulated wealth and won additional miles from Vanceburg, was destroyed by nant two jennets for $300. John Wood Robert Cook, Jr., who was indicted D. C. Terhune a fancy mare mule by the last grand jury on the charge of ranks are fast fire. Loss $23,000; insurance $10,000. honors in peace. Their sold to Bibb, of Lincoln, diminishing, but if the prayers of those Tho horror of the cholera plague in colt for $75. Richard two Polled Angus having furnished Miod Burnett, with bought of E. W. Lo poison with which she committed they defended are heard, they will con- Rustia is shown in the fact that up to calves for $37 50. E. W. Leo sold to D. came in Tuesday nnd surrendered, tinue to meet in many more such happy last Saturday lSo.040 people had died of M. Bowman, Jr., 150 ewes at $3.S0 pel lie was placed in charge of the jailer. HT' u. liond: to J.S. Watts, of Nevada, CO at as the one at Pari?. Johu Moss, colored, porter at the Tho officers who ordered Private and 50 to John Snndidge at Newcomb Hotel, robbed tho proprietor's from Col. Canada y, of North Carolina, for- lams suspended by the thumbs have S3.S5. Geo. Dugan has returned feed- desk of $15, Tuebday morning, and pro52 good ceeded to divide among his friends. By been indicted by the grand jury of Pitts- - Nelson, where he bought average, merly sergeant-a- t arms of the U. S. Senat 3$ 12 o'clock Moss and Esther Lackey had ers, about 1,175 pounds Durg. ate, and member of the National repubhi) examining trial and were jailed. It took 1,005 ballots to nominate a cents. Danvillo Advocate. lican committee, committed suicide at Moss confessed. The money was recovCHURCH AFFAIRS. ered. Washington, when charged by his part- democratic candidate for Congress in the o Mr. 1). C. Poynter Intely purchased ner with misappropriating the funds of 2d district of Alabama. J. F. Stallings Tho Cumberland Presbyterian Syn- from a traveling man n second-Hansafe, the firm, which ho Beems to have done is the nominee. Owensboro "uood rB new," to bo shipped at once. King Davis, a Louisville man, lived od of Kentucky will meet at to a large amount. The republicans are Oct. 22. When ttie burglar tempter arrived it Elder Wallace Tharpe's meeting at and the door, which is supposed to hang to be congratulated that one of their nearly a week with s5x inches of knife blade in his brain, put there by an an- Hustonville has resulted in IS additions on hinges were separate and apart, mi thieves had conscience enough left to tagonist in a fight. nus hinges, instead of showing "paint to date. become his own judge and executionthat it Governor elect Fuller, of Vermont, Tho Richmond Climax says Rev. without a scratch," it was plain and for (Late Alexander's Hotel.) er. had passed through a recent fire denies tho statement that he is a nation- George O. Byrnes' meetings there closed "old bcrap" would hardly bo accepted. . The Superior Courtappears to want to al bank officer and ineligible to the office Tuesday night and that the contribu- Dave has his guns rubbed up nnd is to $400. waiting for the agent to come along and Rates $2.50 Per Day. tions during the time amounted abridge the rights of tho coons. It has to which he was recently elected. The Walnut Streo Theatre, said to The 1st Quarterly Conference of the set up the alleged safe, provided Willis Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housdecided a razor ia a deadly weapon withGriilin is unable to make for it a satis of tho statute against be the finest in the West, was opened nresunt vear will be held at tho Metho factory wooden door. in the meaning L,ouInv1IIc, carrying concealed a deadly weapon up- at Cincinnati Monday. It has a seating dist church at this place on Saturday Mrs. Susan Miller is yisiting in A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, W. R. LOGAN, on the person. And one who carries capacity of 2,000 and cost nearly S300,-00- 0. and Sunday, Oct. 8 and 0. Preaching at LouiBville. Mrs. Cleo Brown is attend J. J. Marshall, clerks. Manager. ing tho millinery openings at Louisville El11 a. m. and 7:30 r. m. by Presiding such a weapon upon his person is guilty acd Indianapolis. Mr. Andrew Ping is A. C. SINK The cloth and the ermino are both der Rev. H. P. Walker, I). I). under the statute without regard to the in fiom Missouri. Mrs. Dr. Davis visitJ.N. MENEFSB intention with which the weapon is car- involved in the Garfield Park troubles The Louisvillo conference that met ed Livingston Tuesday. Roailm8ter F. at Chicago. Judge Kettelle called Rev. at Campbellsvillo adjourned to meet M.Ansloy was here Wednesday locating ried. Dr. Withrow a liar In discussing the uext year at Elkton. The church mem- new sidings. Mr. Ansley wan lately of, in the Southwest, makes the cold chills run down the question. It bership increased 873 last year and tho fered a lin position tho K. D., which he marrow of one's backbone to read about Application for authority to organ- total now is 40,019. Rev. W. A. Beck but would u )t leave is getting into better shapo every day. the terrific wind and snow storm that ize tho First National Bank of Glasgow, wasBentto Wayne, J. L. Murrell to Sherman Colyer is yet very low with raged on Mt. Washington, N. II., Mon- by W. B. Smith and his associates has Monticellu and 8. Givan to Jamestown. fever. Mr. James Shivel and wife, of Mr. day night. Tho wind's velocity was 100 been filed with the Controller of the This evening at sundown and until Jellico, are here visiting relative.Section R L. Stark h attpntline tho nnd it wa3 impossible for Currency. miles an hour at the same hour, all ortho- Foremen's Convention at Kansas City. a day or two for trains to get down the D. Gardner Tyler has been nominat- dox Jews will celebrate the day of atone- Office ed for Congress by the democrats of the ment. This is a very sacred lestival witn mountain on account of snow and ice. PUBLIC SALE OF Second Virginia district. Ho is a son of them, for they go so far as to forgive There are four men under sentence Tyler and was born in the heir enemies an J by suitable sacrifiefs of death in Louisville, upon whose cases Whito House. they propitiate their offended God. It the court of appeals havo decided adTuesday, the cholera, nfter an inter- has biblical authority for its observTlio underlined will on versely. Their onty show now is an ap- mission since the 19th, broke out ance. peal to the governor and that is a slim again in Now York harbor, five cases OCT. 17, 1892, Ten additions have so far blessed MONDAY, one, so a quadruple hanging is likely to haying developed among the steerage Rev. earnest efforts to in- Before the CourtIIoue doer in the town of DanJ. O. Rust's ville, Ky.,at a o'clock p. m., offer at public talc be ono of the attractions of tho metropo passengers of the Bohemia. duce sinners to ilee from the wrath to to the highest bidder, the following tracts of lis this fall. land: The primary ordered bv the demo- come. He presents the gospel truths A trail nl land In Mercer county, Ky , cratic Stato Central Committee, to be most eloquently and appeals to the men- on First.cut side of the Danville nnd HarrmUliurg the Is Receiving: His The democratic papers and party lead- held in Madison county turnpike road and about1 1 miles from llarrodt-burnext Saturday, tal rather than to the emotional nature and said land being bounded on the north ers are speaking of Mr. Cleveland's let- will be the unnecessary, Col. membership is delighted tide by iho lands of Wesley Vanarsdall, on the south bv the Mellows Mill road, on the cut by ter in the highest terms. The republi- of Clark county, having J. T. Tucker, of men. The withdrawn from with him, as are all who have heard lands 01" K. W Kuslland and on the west by the can papers, who are here for that purDa.Tille and Itarrodsburg turnpiku road, and tho contest. Goods Warranted aud .t Periect Fit Guaranteed. Giv c mc call. his able sermons. He is thinking some- containing Mi acres, i rood and 30 sijuare poles. pose, try to belittle it and the writer, land Second. Tho next State elections will be held what of leaving but it is east of the A tract of and in Mercer county, Ky , Hnrrodtburg turnpike Danville but they would criticise tho sermon on in Florida and Georgia; in the former on hoped ho will be induced to stay anoth- road, but not nindlng on said road, and about t,Vt the mount, if it woru the production of a Uct. J, in miles from llurrodsburg.and being bounded od the latter on Oct. 5. It is es er week. the north by tho llellows Mill road, and on the Inter day democrat. by road, east timated that tho democratic majority in The Northern Methodists havo just landsby the same and onand on the south lands the of tho weit by the of Hardin democracy met in Florida will be about 15,000 nnd in closed their conference at Louisa to Wesley Vanarsdall and the land of W. II. EastThe Massachusetts and containing about 147 acres, be the same The land, or less. enthusiastic convention and renomina- Georgia from 40,000 to 50,000. meet next vear at Hardinsbnrg. more Third. A tract of land situated partly in MerThe grandstand and offices of the appointments for this, tho Middlesboro ted Gov. Russell for the third term. The llojle count ch, Kentucky, and cer and partly the Danville and democrats in the Bay State are thorough- Louisvillo Ball Club were destroyed by district, are as follows: S. K Ramey, lying on tho cast side of though turnpike road, not binding on ly united nnd promise to leave uo effort fire. The loss is estimated to be from P. E. Barbourvillo circuit, W. O. Judd; said pike, and about 5 miles from the town of Dan"tho Hellows and 0 Boonoville, W. T. Crain; Campton, R. ville, road, bounded on the north by Mill road, on Perfectly rafe, economical, no smoke, no ashes, no soot; cook in half undone to give tho State's electoral voto S9.000 to $10,000. on which there is on tho south by the Mock insurance. The fire is supposed to D. Biven; Clay, tojbe supplied; College Milleast by the land of A. W. Eastland and on the the d the time. The housekeepers Cleveland andStevenson. to task made easy. If you west by the lands of S. I. Fasllarjd, aud these behave been the work of an incendiary. C. wish to Hill.S. F. Kelley; Corbin, O. T. Stump; ing the name tracts of land conveyed to Nancy Hanks has left them all out of Tho Chesapeake A Nashyille railroad Estill, W. M. Roundtree; Harlan, to bo Caldwell as trustee of Mrs. E. a. Eastland and sight and proved herself tho uncrowned which extends from Gallatin to Scotts-vill- BuppMed; Highland, John Godbey; Lon- others by dcrdul dateInApril lath, 1891, and said both Uoyle coility and deed being of record queen of American and other horsohoouT. and which was originally intended don circuit, T. L. Perkins; MiJdlesboro Mercer eounty. sale the first two parcels nf land In making the She went a mile in 2:01 flat over a to run to Stanford, was Bold Tuesday to and London, to be supplied; Pikevillo abate described, and which join, will be offered ns Buy her a Gasoline Stove at whole and then offered separately Bed that bid track at Terro Haute, WednesW. A. Weber, who represented tho and Barbourville. E. B. Hill; West Lib- a accepted which brings the most money. The thud day. It will be many a day before that bondholders, for $310,000. A construc- erty, T. L. Creech; Williamsburg, O. S. parcel will be sold by itself. day nf sale. TKHMStnado known on I (." IALDWELL, Ak'I.Aus at, 'oj. tion company will take charge of it. record is broken. Markin; Woodbine, Joan Thomas. 150-poun- d The quorumless legislature meets daily and adjourns, unable to do anything, but draw pay for work it does not do. Out of the nbundanco of caution and to give the people tho benefit of every doubt as to tho constitutionality of the paBsago of tho election bill, tho judiciary committee of tho Housn unanimously decided that it should bo The Louisvillo Times is tickling tho again in such a manner as to leave no rural roosters by publishing pictures of question of its validity. somo of them in its always bright and' FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. newsy columns. It is a pretty big and costly job, but object is no money with Capt. Julian Vest bought of Hugh tho Times. hogs at lie. Sargeant a lot of of I. S. Tevis has taken a The best of reports come from New mules to sell at Hopkinsvillo next MonYork. The democrats tiro getting toWe gether beautifully nnd in a way that will day. Bros, bought of Thomas Benzlev insure the electoral voto of the State for House a sucking colt by Silver Tip for our ticket. car-load FREE! i i FREE ZZAT TEE i i FREE. AWAY, '4 GLASSWARE GIVEN 1LOUISVIMJE rOBK 4 two-yea- r Given Away With Every Purchase of $l's Worth of Goods. to-wi- d Men-efe- e, Recollect we are Headquarters for Clothing, Shoes and Dry Goods. Stanford, J - ld a. n. FULL! TO THE CEILING WITH -, , NEW GOODS I Bill-cid- e, mij JfV TffTlir l JUUPJtMJLJCi AN1D SjGjG feJlfflVElBANOEl & MM d THE WILLARD. mmmmu &m e, zmmmmz jmsbm&. Ky, SINE & MENEFE Proprietors of The STANFORD LUMBER YARD, and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. ValuableFarming Lands H.g.RUPLEY,- - "1SttMo& g, HT'AILI.TnCKTJlillrKtKCOBB 111 rg GASOLINE COOK STOVE long-dreade- $7,-50- . e, Keep a Smile on Your Wife's Pace, B. K. & W. H. WEAREN'S. regu-latio- n Sj-t- ibh. Ju. u... "tV t semi-Weekly Interior Journal 30 1892 JAMES J. COEBETT. A VEGETABLE ODDITIES. Pnranlp nnd Stanford, Ky., Seitkmheh Tho Story of tho Champion as Told by Hlmsolf. Ill Knrljr Life, Education nnd Surround" lloir Ifo Cnmo to Adopt In-c- Qurrr Itndlsli, n is flrotraquo Turnip. Curloua K.O.WAITON, BUS. MQnQRer s liavo probably been observed from time to time by most people, though very Freaks of vegetables, especially of turnips, radishes, parsnips antl the like, ru-gllls- ns X Galorr, t bclicvo It is customary to begin a blofrrnpliy with tho ditto of birth. That : FARM, is really n very Important event in it A : I) Carpenter plce, situated iK man's life, nnd I don't mind Raying-tha- t Known utlie J nulci from Huttoiiville, on the Midufeburg pike. on September 1, 18'JJ, I was Just twentj'-hl- x The plicn is well unproved and In a healthful In years old. I stand 0 feet inches cahty. Kor particulars, dilrci MHS. W I HKDDKNS in my "stocking feet," us wo put it out iS imeot I'uo Olivo Street, Kansas City, Mo. west. I was born in the city where tho setting sun glistens through golden gates nt ns pretty a place us there is In the universe San Francisco. My father is Patrick J. Corbett, a man about years old and fully as tall as I am. lie is ns straight as an arrow and still a very strong nnd active man. It was in ISM that he came to San Fran clsco from New Orleans, to which place he hud come from his Irish home nt Tuame. My mother is still a young CUBES HOTHIM BUT PILES, woman nnd ns proud of all her boys and girls ns they uro of lior. She was marfnm-ilA SURE and CERTAIN CUKE ried to my fnther in 1858, nnd tho consists of mother nnd father, Frank. ID years as tho BEST known for , PILES. REMEDY FOR UEP. CO., ST I.0C13. Harry, Thomas, Joseph, Esther, Thore-saKnto, Mury nnd myself. I mn the r.KUiUllsni.m MIR rrtur4k third of the I received my cducntlon nt Sacred Heart college, from which institution I CHESAPEAKE & OHIO was graduated, and soon after, when alout Blxtwn, accepted a position in the Nevada bank. At fourteen I did n great deal of boxing, but it was always in a Philadelphia boyish, very amateurish way, but I reBaltimore, Now York, peatedly betted boys older and larger And tl other Kttteni Citlei. than myself. After I went Into tho bank I took Shortest I.lnc between Louisville, Letington and part in many amateur club tourna-inunL- s Kattcrn I'eiuts almost Invariably meeting heavy IN Br'KKCT SKIT. n. iS. weights, although at that time I was K.AST HUt'ND. Ie. Lfslngtun hardly u middle weight. When I was KaitMail, No m. 7 as am; Ml .Sterling eighteen I fought Inve EKeman, now a No i 1141 am; VoUllmlnl No. 14, io p m ; Mrnhcd Aecom No. S pool Mllcr, and finished him in two S j p m. rounds. It was about this time that I WEST HOUND Air. LesSngiw.: joined the Olympic club, of which I Lrilugtnn Aceem. No.;. 805am; I.onlvlllo Inter be nmo boxing instructor. My Ex. No. (i. it to p m; Inline. ten Accnm. No. as, first fight of any consequence was with wj p ro; Vestibules B. No. 1 j, 6 le f m. .Inek Hurkc, "tho Irish lad." a man who Solid Vrstlbuled Trains with Dining Cart. No had stood up before Sullivan, Mitchell, but Iranltra Through Sleepers from Lckit.glon witiwut Slaviu and Dompscy. The experience I chanv. had had in tho amateur ring berved mo '".It UYAN. II V. KULLKR, well in this fight, but my falling to Ass'l Gen. I'im. Ast . Gen. At. Cincinnati Washington, I C knock llurko out was duo to my great . MUKRAY, Traffic ManaKrr. OSCAIl recognize now that I carefulness. still lacked thatconfidenco which comes with professional work. Wo fought ....IK YOU ARK GOING - . eight rounds to n draw. or My next fight was with Mike Hrcn-natho Port Costa giant. Ho had fought forty rounds with Joe McAullffc rrofciAlou FOE EE1TT. 1 Ictnrli distinct and striking forms as in those instances, w h o h have been recorded In old prints. Bays tho Strand M a g I rarely in such SPLENDID lf TAB LERS sandy soil Harlem, glvo which first, grew in a we The radish, BUCKEYE. fifty-eig- QfNHENT y painted in fnc similo by Jacob Pcnoy, one of whoso p friends presented tho picture to in the year 1072. This picture was engraved by Kirby, showing the root exactly us wo rcproduca it here. Nor Is this the only Instance In which tho root of a radish hns taken this particular form, as another, exactly rcscm- oung u numan 0- --II U II U Wl i Olan-dor- rut: LADY'S HAND ItAtllHII. ngo, and than at morti years UOO was Tlmt Kind or Silk. Sho was a sweet young thing out on a shopping expedition matching samples, nnd strayed innocently into tho wrong fold a big crockery store. At first sho looked around appealing-ly- , then sho approached the proprietor. "Can you match this sample of silk?" sho asked, holding up a wretched little shred, between her thumb and finger. "My dear 3'oung lady," said the suave s emproprietor, "this is not a porium. It is a china store." "Well, this is china silk," said tho sweet girl, as sho dangled her sample on her fingor. Hut the proprietor had fainted. Detroit Free Press. WI11U a Partition Suit Mrimn. Seeker Our estate matters are getting in such nn unsatisfactory state that I liavo about made up my mind to take a friend's advice and begin a partition suit. Did you ever have anything to do with one? Sageman No. but I have learned all about them. Seeker And such n suit virtually means a division of the estate, doesn't it? Sageman Precisely between tho lawyers and the court. Boston Courier. dog-eare- d dry-good- this morning! It Was Cold for Shuffles. Mr. Shuffles' 01 what a cold Mrs. Shuffles I have LOOK OUT FOR GLANDERS. nt And no wondcrl You shouldn't havo gone yachting last night, especially without telling mo about It, nnd making mo sit up till three o'clockl I wasn't yachting. "Yachting! I was sitting up with a sick friend." "Ah! you can't deceive me. I heard you say In your sleep that you ran across a cold deck. That's where you caught cold. "Boston News. Kind to Ills Teucliur. Tommy Yes, ma, teacher whipped me, but he Is getting old and weak so that it didn't hurt much. "Did you cry?" "O. yes. bawled so you could have heard it on the next block." "Why did you do that'."' "I wanted to make the old man feel happy." Texas Siftings. 1 thrashing at school Mother Tommy, I to-da- y. henr you got a MIKK AND TIIK GOAT. DomeKtlo Intnlllcnr-- . fingers 11 thumb complete, retary and wns possessed by Mr. Itisset, sec- RAILWAY. Washington, Uirm g ham museum, in 16011. Our second il1 11 to tho I lustration represents n parsnip, which also strik-incl- v resembles " a hand, but In a TI,K different position, ns It appears to be grasping nnothcr root. This oddity wns sold by a market woman in tho ordinary courso of business, and was passed from hand to hand as n curiosity until it came into tho possession of an " -- engraver, w h o made tho ing of it we give. mm l'. Tho last of our illustrations is a turnip w 1 h n 1 1 . NOKTH WEST, n, face, a plumed headdress, body, nrms and a number of Inter-tangle- d legs, liko those of some sen TIIK. INDIAN CHIRP monster, "o n TL'IIMI1. in snaky twine." This root grew in a garden in tho village of Welden, in Germany, in 1023, the fact being recorded in tho curious columns entitled "Miscellanea d-i- Acodcmitu Natural." occasionally good at repartee. Mrs. Dixie found her servant, Helindy, reposing in the rockinychair readinsr u newspaper. " 1 ou seem to think that you are tho lady of tho house," said Mrs. Dixie, sarcastically. Is not "No, mum, Pso brack, but sich n fool as dat." Texas Siftings. Not Very Flattering. Dumley Miss Ethel paid me such a ridiculous compliment, dontcher- know. Miss Sweet Indeed! What did she say? Dumley That Homer could not have seen a more heroic figure than myself. Miss Sweet That's so. Homer was blind. Judge. WIipii Did fir.t'ii Kctiirn It? Black How do you do, Green? I'm quite ashamed of myself for not calling before. Hut I've put it ofT and put it off until it did seem that I never would call. Green Don't mention it, my dear fellow. You are very kind, I'm sure. Boston Globe. Suspected It. Cashier I can't honor that check, madam. Your husband's account is ox'crdrawn. Woman Huhl Overdrawn, Is It? I suspected something was wrong when he signed this check without waiting for mo to get the hysterics. N. Y. Weekly. 1 The colored servant in tho south is Described In n Gorera-meReport. There la in London nn outbreak of glanders so serious that in tho hot weather of tho iniddlo of August all public drinking troughs in tho affected districts of that city woro ordered closed, greatly to tho discomfort of tho horses. But the end justified this, for no discaao to which animals tiro cnbject is so loathsome, eo contagious or so dangerous as this. It attacks all animals nnd man as well, tho contagion spreading by means of tho discliargo from tho nodes in tho nostrils and elsewhere. In New York city thero has been ntt outbreak. In ono week twerty-thre- o horse3 were walked out of on- street car company's st.ihhu and kille by officers of lh lMi.ird of he 1UI1. Tho company were carr-levit is said, before tho health officers discovered tho state of affairs in their stables, and tho contagion by thnt timo may havo spread a thonsnntl miles. In the report of the United States bureau of animal industry duo space is given to this subject. In spito of what local horso doctors say, thero is no permanent cure for glanders. Tho government's report details tho symptoms of both acute and chronic glanders. The ncuto form is similar to the chronic, except that tho symptoms aro moro violent. Tho leading features of tho disease, according to tho report, aro as follows: aut - Ita Symptom 1 . He pressed the goat and the buttin' did the rest. Life. (Sot Her l'ernmilon. Little Dot Dick's gone off with my pony and I can't wide. Mamma Ho promised mo faithfully he wouldn't take the pony without your permission. Didn't he ask you? Littlo Dot No'mycs'm sorter. lie said: "Let's play Wild West show, an' Pll be the horse-thiean' you catch mo an' lynch me;" an' I said: "All wight," an' Dick wode off on th pony, nn' I couldn't catch him. Good News. f, Thought on Little B03 Mamma, may I have that big family Bible a little while? Fond Mamma Of course you can, my pet. Your thoughts are on higher IIlhcr Thing?. things, I sec. Littlo Boy Yes'm. Bridget (to herself, two hours afterward) Humph! More of Louiavinc It 4 Nhviiic n. R. A GERMAN EXPLORE!!. WHEN MUSIC DID NT CHARM. I don't see how that boy reaches it. Good News. Trouble) Iliinucfh. The Parson's Wife John, there is a that jam gone. the tine for you, at its Dally Trains Double cloie connection! at MaVe LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Kor all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOU). UAGGAGE CIIECKKD THROUGH Kor any information tjiouire of JOES. IUCI', Aeent, Stanford, Kys Or W. W. I'BNN.Trav. Pass. Agent, Junction City, K Enonill., Double A Cumberland Gap & Louisville JAHE8 It. R. Daily Schedule .Kuoxville) J. COIIIIETT. In Effect July ;, iSoi. dVv r. . Dlyln'ly 6 35 63S 6 $o 7 art, Sji ijli Js ,.K. 9 9 9 i 7 35 7 76 47 A O. Junction ..Ilever ..Maloneyville ..Corryton .. A. M, 3o 3 45 5 41 JJ 86 S 3o S05 4 4 4 ..Powder Spriuci ..Williamt spring- ..(lakman ..Clinch River . ..Lone Mountain.. ..Tazewell ..To well ltiver ..Lutlrell jo 39 8 05 7 33 741 7 loot I59 IO III IJ lo JJ' 8 IOJ7 831 I0 4J 841 .Washburn 47 71 4 IJ 7 M J . . JJ lot; 17 19 8 71 3i 35' 7o 6 5J 644 '- - . ,;s- - 607 J" 5 36 145 Hour Seasons. 41 5 50 ..AiUiur 3 J ..Hamilton Springs I 9 4 ..Cumbetlaml Gap. $10 9S ..Tunnel Junction 3 IS HOT 9JS ,.M II. Junction 459 11 II loot CKH 4 S3 ...Mlddlcboro II I h NORTH HOUND. -- lootpra Leave Cumberland Uap, I.. K. N " -- II 50 pm Cmblii 1 " " Livingston jo a m " Winchester 3 " ' Leslngton " - 4 jo am Paris " 7 oj a m Arrive Louisville rn '' 7 " " Cincinnati SOUTH UOlJND. TTSTnT 7 jo p m Leate Cincinnati ....... 8 45 p in " Iaiuisxillr ........10 jo p m Arrive Paris 15 p m Lexington ' u 10 pm me. then " Wincnester I started on 1113' first sparring 1 4S a m Livingston ,....'... 3 30 a m tour and on my first visit as a profes" Oorbtn ! Cumberland Gap 515am sional to New York. Hero I bested Pullman Palaco Car Knosvilla to Clncinnat Dominick McCaffrey in four rounds, and without chango. North ond my friends at onco arranged a fight Connections made with all train Northwct at Grand Central depot, Cincinnati. with Peter Jackson for a purse of SUV Through tickets on sale at City Ticket offico rounds, us irtGay strcvt and Depot Ticket office, foot West 000. Wo fought sixty-on- e everybody knows, and I am convinced, lain (trccti Knoxville. Kor any Information as to routes, rates, etc., apand so were all those at the fight, that ply to Jackson was tired out and that I had W. A. 11LY, Acting Grn'lPa" Agt , HKNRY A. SMITH, City Ticket Act tho contest won. Hut, to my consterna- ii J VI 9 HO 9j6 ii oo 6JJ ..Arthur. lj 3Sm 4S" ,...ii nnd so wc nil thought him n strong innn. I think he outweighed mo twenty txmnd.s nnd over, but three rounds sufficed to knock him out. My next tight was with Capt. .lames Daly, and two rounds finished him. Frank Smith, of Salt Lake, succumbed to mo in three rounds. It was after this that I had my second professional fight with .loo Choynski. He weighed In at 17!t and I at 109. There was big money up in the fight and both tho friends of Choynski and myself had a great deal of money at stake. Tho fight occurred on a bnrgo in tho middle of tho Sacramento river, and, as is well known, was simply a continuation of the contest that had been stopped a week before by tho authorities. broke both hands In tho third round, but beyond that had hardly bcratch on my lnxly at tho end of tho twenty-seventround, when .lack Dempsey. who was back of Choynski, threw up the sponge. Shortly after that resumed my position ns instructor in the Olympic club, and left it to meet .Inke Kilntiu before the Southern Athletic club In u tight for points for a purso of $J,.100. I came out of that eontest without a scratch, and could easily have finished ICilrain. Tho purse was awarded six-rou- Hutlimlr to TonkluR. Hctt Otto Elders, tho German explorer, who took an Important part in the delimitation of tho frontier of Itritish nnd Gcrmnn East Africa, has just completed his journey from Kashmir to Tonklng. Ho marched from Rawnl Pindi through Kashmir, tho Himalaya hill states, Nepal and r Kuch Hollar, then through Assam, and Ilurma. In December last ho left Moulmcin, marching via Papun, Malnloungyee, Mannghnt, to Chieng-Matho capital of Laos. From hero Lieut. Killers Intended to go to Talifu, in Yunnan, but wncn he arrived in Chicng-Hunho found tho country in anarchy, the king having been driven away by his people on account of excessive taxation, and Chinese troops had entered the country. These troops forced Mr. Elders to leave tho place; and as ho found it impossible to get any further north he changed his plan aud marched to Tonklng. After twenty-fivsevere marches, with only one day's rest, through a very difficult and unsafe country, only accompanied by two servants, tho first Frencli post on the Black river was reached. From hero the traveler marched to Laokai, a well-know- llerr Otto Killers' I'rentrul Journey from n crazy. salary they pay me now, and if I had to collect a larger ono it would set mo Puck. Very Considerate. have troublo enough to collect the small report about the village that the church is going to raise your snlnrj. The Parson liaise my salary! Well, I hope they'll do nothing of the kind. I Irritation rf the discharge may ulcernto tho lining 1111 en h murubrujo of tho nose, causing Bcrpeniiuu cutters with bottoms resembling thoo of tho cliuhcrcd themselves. If thu tubercles lmvo formed in large numbers wo may hnvo litem causing an ncuto luftummattou of tho Schtielil ri.111 membrane, with a catarrhal discharge which may mark tho n pec! do discharge, or that which comes from the ulcers nml resembles tho discbargo of strangles or simple inflammatory discuses. The essential symptoms of glanders aro the) tubercle, tho chancre, the glands and the discharge. With tho development of the tubercles on tho 'esplratory tract, according to their number and tho amount of eruption which they cause, wo may havo a cough which resembles that of n coryza, a laryngitis, a bronchitis or n broncho pneumonia, according to the location of the lesions. In chronlo glanders no have the same accessory symptoms which wo havo in chronlo farcy, the hemorrhage of the nose, the swelling of tho legs, the chronic cough, and in tho entire horse the swelling of tho testicles. Capons. A In chronic glnniler wo have flret tho tubercle, which Is a antall norfu from tliotdzoof a fchot to that of 11 tmuill pea. which forms in tho inueoun ineinbrmict of the respiratory tract. This may bo Just inside of tho mIu::h of tho nostrils or on the bopUiin which dhltlcs tho ononiiMil cavity from tho ether and be easily detected, or thoy nicy bo lilchor In tho nasal cavities on the t i '.ilna'cl boues. or they may form in thu l:.rnx itnclf cr on tho surface of tho trachea or ileop in tho lungs. Tho tubtMcle!, uiiicli are first red nnd hard and consist of new connective tiwie, soon fcoften nml el!iiv; tho yellow epots h.n o a Mnull ulcer tho slzo of break nnd thn prcc'dli ( tubercle, hlch has a gray, dirty Uittoni and rn ;cd cil.;es, and Is known n. as a chancre. This ulcor frtini Its vUrois. Ml UUchurgo blnillar to that which we liir-- fo:i in tho farcy ulcer. Tho he-ui- w jur sur-fnco- e "Is Mr. McJcssup at home?" inquired a man of the servant who answered the bell. "Ah! sir," replied the maid, "he is dead and was buried the day before yes"Dead, is he er well, then I won't disturb him. Some other day will do just as well." Texas Siftings. Too True. Man-Ipu- i, terday." g e 1 HKrm otto niiLnits KnoxviUe.Tcliti- - NAWNorfolkiWesternRi Schedule July 17, 1891 LE.VVK NORTON DAILY pm for Graham, Minefield, Pocahontas and intermediate stations. 1000 am lor llluefield, Radlord, Roanoke, and v 3:00 Lynchburg, Pullman Sleeping; Cars from Loui'ville to Norfolk via Norton ami Radford; also Radlord to New York, via Shenandoah Junction, also Had. ford to Washington; lso from Lynchburg to Richmond Trains for Pocahontas, Powhatan and Goat-wileave llluefield daily at 9 oj a m, 3 13 p ru and 7 it pm. Trains arrive at Norton Irom the East dally at 45 nopra and 6 afidp m Chattanooga Limited, a train Washington of Pullman Coaches and sleeping cars runs daily via Shenandoah Valley route, stopping- - only at Luray, Shenandoah. Basic, Roanoke) qndRadford. North Hound Limited leaves Radford mOpm, For further information as to schedules, rates, Ac. apply to agents of Norfolk & Western RailW U.UBVILL, road or to Gen. Pasitnger Ast., Roanoke, Va. ll Rcjnckflfor Washington, Hagetttewn, l'hiladelpbiasnd New York, Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via Harris-bur- tion uuil burprise, it was declared a draw. The decision was an outrageous one, unfair aud unjust to mo nnd to tho friends who hail backed me. It was Wq really nn unheard-o- f decision. fought four hours. Jackson had weighed in nt 204 nnd I at ITS, and at tho end Jackson had lost eight nnd one-hapounds in weight. I determined then nuvcr to fight before that club again. I was very anxious to get a fight on with Charley Mitchell at this time, but couldn't draw him 011L Then came Sullivan's tdinllcnge, and, as I would not admit that ho was my superior, I accepted his challenge. . A Closer Answer. That was a bright answer which a clever society girl returned to an inquisitive admirer, who had tho temerity to question her concerning her age. "Sir," sho said, with an air of severe piety, "in tho language of tho Psalmist, "Mine age is as nothing before thee." lf where he arrived at tho end of May. Ehlcrs was onco attacked by Chinese pirates, and is not all delighted with tho reception tho French gave him in Tonklng. Tho delta of Tonklng Mr. Ehlcrs describes as a wonderfully fertile country, which, if properly manngod, would become ono of tho richest colonics in tho east. He did his whole traveling on tho back of a strong Kashmir pony, presented to him by his highness the rajah of Muudi, a neighboring state of Kashmir. Mr. Soap as Currency. strong post on tho Chinese frontier, and was escorted down from thero to Hanoi, current in another. At Queretario, near Mexico, soap is tho currency of the plnco and a legal tender for payment of debts. Tho cakes are about tho size of tho familiar brown Windsor nnd are each worth about three farthings. Each cako Is stamped with the name of tho town in which it is current and that of tho person authorized to manufacture and utter it. Soup money of one town is not Woiuxn In LouULliia. The constitution of Louisiana permits women t j hold any office connected with public education. insect, doing no harm unless molested Tommy Tucker lut I've noticed that when it gets its courage up to the to mako enponizing profitable is to sticking point somebody always gets tako advantago of the folly of somebody else. Lots of folks feed young stuck. Chicago Tribune. roosters up to a crowing age, aud A Very I'atnlvo Verb. then send them to tho big cities, Mr. Henpeck How are you coming where they sell for nbout ten cents on in grammar at school? per pound, livo weight a prico that Johnny l nm writing out my exer- will not pay for G001I Advice. man's time. Tho "Do you believe, Undo Allen." said cises about the activo and passive verbs. man who gets these roosters, caponizes one of the good man's little nephews, "I have married" is active. them aud stuffs them for n few months Mr. Henpeck (glancing at his vicious will mako money out of it and "that we descended from npes and that wife) No, Johnny; it is passive. Tex-u- s is about the only way to mako money baboons?" Siftings. "My boy," said Unclo Allen Sparks, from capons. Rural Now Yorkir. "until you aro a few years older you'd Answered. better not monkey with Darwinism." Live Stock I'ointx. "Why, my said the Chicngo Tribune. ask, are we stump orator, "why. At the timq of her great test, when cursed with poverty? Why are you not sho trotted a mile in 13:07' ,' aud broko ltepurtee. rich? Why am I u poor man tho world's trotting record, Nancy I knov you were going to proEthel "Because you was too allured lazy to Hanks weighed 870 pounds, her driver, pose two weeks before you did. work," said a bystander who really Budd Doble, weighed 150 and the sulky George You must be a gifted should have been more polite. Chicago G2j. Tho sulky was ono of tho new bicycle sulkies, its wheels having bull Ethel (amiably) That wouldn't have News Record. bearings and a pneumatic tire. Tho helped me any in your case, Gawge. Sho Was Ashamed Tor Mini. sulky probably heljied her on to victor. Truth. She Did you kiss me, then? 0 Tho great Kentucky marc is 0 years old Ho (in confusion) Yes. Hut It lau't. and 15? hands high. She Are you not ashamed of your"There's one thing I don't underBreed for winter lambs in September. stand," said littlo Harry. "That's self? He Look out for glanders among the why good tasting things liko pic make She Well, I don't blame you if that's horses' There is an epidemic of this dis- me sick, while bad tasting things liko eaj-medicino mako mo well. It ought to tho way you kiss. Brooklyn Life. in a car stublo in New York, and it bo the other way". Harper's Young ireatls liko wildfire. As soon as you Disuniting Voice. Nt People. ".iro horse has glanders tako him "All that ails Chicago," observed tho shoot him and cremate his body, youth in the loud suit, lighting a cigar- t'liwand tho only sure cure. IJotli In tlia Sainn llunliirits. is Judge What induced you to break ette, "is its noise and its beastly Farmers in every state in tho Union sinoko." into the bank? Tho crowd seemed to agree with tho should see to it that their legislature Burglar The money thero was in it. What yer s'pose? Think I did it for sentiment, for every one edged away passes, if it lias not already dono so, a law for protection ugniust glanders. Tho glory? Ain't money what wo ara all from him. Chicago Tribune. stato should pay an indemnity to the after? Ain't that what you get for tryA Regular Reader. owner of a horse wjth glanders, amounting these cases? Boston Globe. Minister And so you read tho Bible ing tonbout its value when every nlght-A Smooth You nc Man. In health. Then ho should bo obliged to Little Boy Ycssir That's the only kill the horse at once. Tho ohove is thu Penelope I don't liko to 6co you dangling around with mere boys all the way I can keep from bein' sent to bed substance of the necessary law in this time. What do you find that's so in- before I'm sleepy. Good News. respect. Some of tho states liavo Huch young teresting in that smooth-faceAbsolutely Nothing. a law already, but it is not carried out Faris? Fervid I wrote a poem on a bathing rigidly. That is as bad as having bo Perdlta Why, Pen, his face isn't so dress the other day. law at nil. smooth as it looks. Jury. Punsen Did the editor accept It? The lamb creep or hurdlo is the best Fervid No. lie said there was nothToo Had. of all dovices for enabling the lambs to Mrs. Mlnkins Why didn't you get n ing to it. Brooklyn Life. get their share of food and pasture. divorce, dear? A writer says that sheep will thrive A Good IZseusc. I I found Mrs. Winklns (sadly) Head of Firm Have you any excuse well, exceedingly well, on oat straw. s wouldn't get alimony enough to support for missing the train this morning, sir? Tho only condition is that tho straw V another husband. N. Y. Weekly. Penwiper (n suburbanite) Yes, sir. must not havo been thrashed. A I came In with my wife. Puck. Genius. Mutton cheep always yield good wool, Clerk How shall I mark these gooas? but wool sheep do not always yield good Is a (Juration, That Old Tupeyard Just figure out fifty grave mutton. Trivvet I see per cent profit and add seven odd cents, has becu found. that Aristotle's Take sloppy food and roots away from so the wi ,jo will think it's a bargain. Dicer How did Aristotle come to lose the sow when you want to dry hie milk -- Puck, ? op and wean the pigs It? Judge. Mamma (enthusiastically) How I wish wo could afford to send Nellie abroad for n few finishing touches to her musical education. Papa (no ear for music) If could buy tho finish without tho touches, I'd pawn the furniture. Lippineott's Magazine. 1 Teacher (of class in natural history) The bee, on tho whole, is a peaceably-dispose- d t the Smithfield (London) market recently "Surrey capons" woro quoted at from $1.40 to $1.05 each, while "Surrey fowls" brought from 90 cents to $1.04. Tho differenco between a capon and a fowl then is from fifty to sixty cents. They aro both of about tho same age and havo eaten nbout tho same amount of food. Shall wo all rush in and raise capons for a business? Well, hardly. Would it pay you to raise all your bull calves because grown steers sell for more than bulls? It may if you havo cheap food, but if you are a dairyman, buying your grain, you had better knock the calves in tho head rather than try to raiso them. It is so with a capon. Somo men find that it pays to twist tho heads off their roosters just as soon as the can bo distinguished, and unless they aro caponized this is a profitable habit to get into. About tho only way 11 fellow-citizens- ," I mind-reade- r. Y-e- IX - 11 two-thirds- d Dry-Goo- 1 ., . Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal KY , JOIIN G. WfflTTJER, PICTURESQUE ENGLAND. One of the Finest Kintnplr of Ancient Church Architecture. 8XANFOUD, SF.ITKMDKlt 3(j. 192 Tho Famous Quakor Poot nnd His Exemplary Life W. F. WALTON. m0 s isnnmm&ma, Dealer In He Passed Away nt the Ripe Ago of Eighty-Fou- r aa He Had at Pcrtcc-fullLit nl Incident In Hit Ksmitful Cnrccr. Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Confectioneries,. Vc Has with him a first class baker anil Can lurntsh read, Cake and the like on short notice. 87 John II. Cattleman. A. U. Lanharn ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BA11BEE &OASTLEMAN MANAGERS, Commerce Euildiug-- , Louisville Agents ihroivhout the South "W. f A. TBIBBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD. KY n . been a beautiful Ideal of old ape. Lonp ago ho laid aside tho heavy cares of hfo to reap tho reward of his labors for mankind, and, beloved of a nation and tho entire race, he waited patiently tho summons to his final home. It had been his custom of late years to spend his summers at Oak Knoll and his winters at his homo in Amesbury, ahvaj-- among tho books ho so dearly loved. His birthplace, near Haverhill. Mass., still stamls, only a llttlo altered from what it was in 1S07. A farmer's son, born at a timo when New England farm life was more frugal than it is nowadays, he had none of tho opportunities for culture which Holmes and Lowell enjoyed in their youth. His parents were intelligent and upright peoplo of limited means, who lived in tho simplicity of the Quaker faith, and there was but little in his early surroundings td encourage and develop a literary taste. Whittier's only school instruction was at a district school nnd afterward at tho Haverhill academy, where ho paid for ids tuition by work done out of study hours. Hut ho began to rhyme almost as soon as ho was able to read. His fathur frowned upon his efforts, which for a long timo were kept secret, but his sister had faith in lils work nnd encouraged it. One of his earliest poems, "The Exile's Departure," she sent without his knowledge to the Newburyport Free Press, signing it with his initial, "V., Haverhill, Juno 1, 1820." Tho publication of this poem led to tho acquaintance nnd friendship of William Lloyd Garrison, then the English-speaking s John O. Whittlcr's latter years had Sl Oswald's church at Nether Peover, Cheshire, is one of the old architectural treasures of England. It is considered the finest exnuiplo of ecclcsinstieal black nnd white architecture extant. It is entirely formed of oak and plnster, and points to a time when oak trees were almnilnnt 111 n. district whom flmv arc now almost extinct. It was built. 11 is said, in 11 nas n line open oak roof nnd the supporting shafts are also of ancient oak. This is very rare. Indeed, and nearly without a parallel. The pulpit is paneled and lias some strange devices on it tliataro well worth examining Thoro is nt the uhanccl end r.-w- FALL TTcmt PIGS. We will pay the abore reward for any cam o Liver Complaint, Dypeptia, Siol Headache, Constipation or CoitivcnrM we can not cure with Weit'i Vegetable Liver Tilli, when the directions are strictly complied with. They are purely vegetable and never fail to give satisfaction. Sugar coated. large botes, containing 30 pills, 13c. llcwarc of counterfeits and imitations. n genuine, manufactured only by The John C. Co., Chicago, 111 tor sale by A K. Ten ny. r $500 REWARD. For Sal I Twenty Building Lois In the cotporate limits of Kowland. II. I. IMKST. Rowland. Wt 1 oj-iy- to Get tlio .'Mint nnd . m ai fh- - r-- . , . m:tiikii hkovkr ciit'iicii, nriLT sr aoo. rn.-Tuni- A - yuk I Junction City Marble & Granite Works JUNCTION CITY, KY. Have juit erected a new Marble and Granite II hum; aut am fully prepared to fill orders for all kind ot Marble and Granite work I hatpin my employ skilled workmen from the East. My freight fscilltiescnn notbti excelled and I Mill not be uu dersold. 38 JOE S. WRIGHT. I SkWHr i3fwvV- - Tilt JOII.V OHEKNLUAF WIlITTIKIt. Havln? removed my liarber Snop to the Com aercUl Hotel, I am Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, In anything they may wish in my line, waited on. Call n me. did-also 1 is unnecessary to quote from works so familiar to almost ercrj reader, but sufficient to mention such legends as "Skipper Ireson's Ride. "The Witch's Daughter." "Mary Garvin, "Memories," "The Pluymate" und "Maud Muller." Probably the most popular quotation in poetry is tho couplet from "Maud Mullen" 1 editor of the paper, a friendship which lasted and increased until death ended it. After this it was not long before Vhitticr's household lyrics gave him 6uch a hold on the popular heart as, later, in the struggle for emancipation, made him a power in the land. For of nil sad word of tongue or txm The saddest are these: "It might bate been." JESSE THOMPSON, In Commercial Hotel Fresti Groceries! IN THE Greatest Abundance OF THE CHOICEST - CHARACTER AT THE LOWEST FKICES, A full line Of the Choicest Fruits and Vecretables and Swan's Down FlOUr Can be had at I Terms, 30 Days. HOST IS QIMXTITT. D. WEAHEN'S uooasuuuvereu. rree 01 unarge. EEST IX QC1UTT. I Despite his advanced years he was two years older than Tennyson and twelve ij'ears the senior of Wult Whitman ho was until recently sturdy and active, and tho most charming personality in the world of letters. His mental powers were keen and acute to the last. He gave but little timo of late to literary effort, his eye being dimmed and his hand unsteady His latest literary production was a poem in the Atlantic to Dr. Holmes, and the last verse ho wrote was on tho occasion of Dr. Holmes' recent birtlwlay. Mr. Whittier never married. Hetween his sister Elizabeth and himself there existed tho rarest and most delicate love nnd friendship which, doubtless, had no llttlo to do with the poet's inspirations. His home was broken up nt her death and his heart suffered in tho same misfortune its greatest shock. His niece came to him at the death of his sister and always ?rovc to make! llmt groat loss as little felt as possible. J,r wl,luler wa! not a rich man, nor was he poor. About fifty or sixty san copies of ids works are sold every year and on tho revenues thus derived no was nuie to pass ins declining years in ease and comfort- thou-JESSE nn oak chest of enormous thickness, nnd tho heavy lid is lifted by an iron ring, it is said that in former times no damsel was fitted to bo the wife of a Cheshire farmer unless she could lift this great cover up with one hand. Tho chest is almost as uniform in its character, but dry rot is setting in in part of it-- One of the oak columns is encircled with two rows of shelves, which nro filled with loaves each ueok in accordance with an old charitable be quest that entitles certain of tho parishioners to hnve one. The tower, which is more recent than the church, is well proportioned and contains four bell". There is a fine monument to Sir Geoffrey Shaketleyin this church, which a very interesting event in the civil wars. On Chester walls tho tower tatlled ICing Charles Tower is the place were tho king witnessed the battle of Howton Moor, a combat wliich had some verv weighty consiliences. During the battle, as wo learn from Pennant, Shakerlqy was commissioned to leave tho Held and carry news of tho succcsRof tho royalists to Charles, and to shorten Ins journey he crossed the nvur nee in a uiu ano lei am norse swim by Ids side. Ho easily reached Chester Vails, and saw tharlesas lie was watching the battle, and offered to carry back tho king's commands in a quarter of an hour in the same manner. Charles delayed. Poyntz rallied and the royal cavalry were destroyed, which put an end to Ids majesty's project of joining Montrose, who was then in force in Scotland. Shakcrley's mural monument of tnarblo( Is on tho north side of rally ought to. the Holme chapel, and has a long How-inTwo litters a year is ail that a good Latin inscription in praise of ids sow should Ihj required to bring forth, character and ability. for if moro than this is demanded it is a serious tax uiou hor health and strength. CHELIGA-LOEVMME. By careful management and breeding these two litters, ono in tho fall and one Thi Tiilrtitni President of tho tutrrti.t-tlonUnion uf Woinon. in the spring, can lw reared successfully The woman's movement is making without too much crowding. This gives great strides in modern France, not- tho two Iwst seasons for securing a good withstanding that a great deal of ridi- start to grow with tho young pig, nnd cule Is cast upon 1L Mine. Cheliga-Loevtho best seasons to furnish for market. although not a French woman E. P. Smith in American Cultivator. by birth, started the present movement, and she works unceasingly to ameliot'l)il"iliil Head. rate the Sot of her poorer sisters under The illustration chow.s the type licad tho existing laws and regulations. She of tho favorite liorpo that comes from tho districts of tho fair River Clyde. ic-cal- ls wn If tho fall pigs nro to eomo in during September, tho most desirablo month, the work must lo attended to oarly A new and Complete treatment, consisting of Ointment In Capsuled, also in bos enough in the to mako calcula- suppositories.positive a and cure for r stcrral, Internal, tions accurate. It is always lettor to llllndpi; Weeding, lulling. Chroric. Krcc nt or or Piles This remedy hsa never heeir have them furrowed in September than Hereditary per Dox, oiorw; 10 tan mail later, owing to tho fact that they can Knownsutler from ithis terrible dlseate irnt lya writ ny when ten guarantee Is positively given with 6 totes, to then get an early start in growing to refund thn Send stamp for tho cold of winter. Fall piga can lo iree sample money if not cured. ry (uarantfc Issued l Penny, Druggist and sole agent, Sunfurd, Ky, Call for mndo profitable, hut in order to do this samples 1 system and method must bo adopted. If in tho spring they do not weigh much moro thiiu in tho fall, tho cost of wintering them will hardly bo returned by tho sninll additional weight. Cut when they get ii good start in tho fall, and their growing kept up right through tho winUr. E C West's Verve .md Itram Treatment, a ticri.s , DiKinrss, r its Nauijlgia. ter, thoro is ovident gain and proilr. aspccifiL fur Headache, Nervous l'rot ration nucl by al. 0n.1l The sows must bo kept and wintered at or tobaicn, W'aketutntx, Mental Depression. Softany rate, and with a little economy tho ening 01 Ilraln, causing insanity, misery, deray, Premature Old Age, lluTennrst, Loss of increased cost of wiutoring a few litters death. in cither es, Imnotcncy l.ucorthcra ami Power all I'umale WeaVnesses, involuntary Losses, Sper would not le much. of brain. Self Fall pigs can Imj lnnrkotcduino mouths matorrhua earned Sy Abuse, A month's treatment from their birth, nnd if they are not 1, si, lur $s l.y mail We guarantee six Loses tn for tit boxes with)) ready in this timo they havo not been cure r'ach order to refund il not curedwill send wrilteu guarantee fiuar projierly fed and wintered. This cannot anteea issued only by A R Penny, Druggist and olo audit, Stanford, Ky 07 irr bo done, however, if a Into start is obtained in tho fall, for tho cold weather will so hamper tho ones that tlioy cannot grow thriftily. Thoro will bo a Tho toanllott; P1U In tho World I sheer waste then nnd lulsor lost. m Tho young pigs should learn to eat N dlscovrrsnl tnS well beforo cold wonthor, and they fTXof rccrtiltlnc health should bo accustomed to soino regular, chenp, hut strengthening, diet. They should hnve comfortable but economical quarters. If tho troublo to give them good quarters and food is not to ho taken it in bolter not to breed for fall Q In llvrr flections .lrik lirndaclie. dy-- Q lis, livisrthurii, lilllou pigs. txillo, oriiptlous ( thn akin, itlld nil Tho first uocestdty in tho proper develtrouble of tho hntsela, their cunitlvoty rlTfftaisroiiinrs-eloii- . Thcyamnrnr opment of the young animal is a combirrctlTnaasvell is is grtitlo cuthnrtlc. nation of food, tho digestivo elements cf Very nmatl nml susy to tnhr. lrlct, ?3r. OIUcp, 31JC 4t l'urk ri.ico.N. Y. wliich will furnish ample nutriment t grow th muscle, nervous tissues atil lwnes, round out tho frnuio and proddce a healthy vital rystcm. Fat, as such, H not wanted til) after tho development of tho frame, and comment during this neriod does not contain tho nntninnnt desired. After tho full development, i however, tl er is nothing equal to corn to lay tho fat on. The pigs should U weaned thoroughly, and then put ujon a system of muscle and frninumakiug food Komuclcy. lwforo tho fattening food is foil to them. Richmond, TiiRiM cortrr.rs olassioal, 8QiEf- Lute in tho winter and early in tho riFlO and OOMMCRCIAL OOUMUE. I'tMitteru spring tho corn may bo fed in quantity, drpattnients of study lleiltby location In the limit uf tin IJlue Ura Kckioii for by that time if tho pigs havo grown last properly they will havo largo, strong rxpeiisci. $100 to $340. Attendance Next session IW from twentyleht rtatr open heptemlr 1, W. l'or full fnunos, on which fat can bo laid. Tho tension Uifanuation and cutaloguenpply to fact is too much fat is genorally L. H. OLANTON, D.D., Chancellor. early in tho pig's life, and they never roaliy Kfow n1 largo as thoy natu- of Ihcui. tho Itr-s- t Out JAPANESE The most Celebrated Eye, Kar, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in the State. CURB ! ro-si- st 1 1 over-esetti- J. S. APPLEMAN M. D., Till. CI I.KIIKATED 00IIII0I90 THE SECRET EnglirSh. Specialist, Form rly I'roless.ruf l'rscti. of Medulne, Electrical Medical Coljogc, TORONTO, CANADA. Now Hsamiititig rti)sMiasi o T TUTT'S e Liver Pis 11 f the Southern Medical Institute, I.OUSVIU II, KV. Will be at Myera House, Stanford Tuesday, Oot. 11. rroin r rkfrv I" Irtuf v P m ...U.L one day oalr. ... n AFNTRig Mo-ltral-e da.ts f loth ,.,. Ih.s .lasaol cases M Mc.lK.H.ullt.1ros.lo, Caa.a. Ileaaa sal study o. , tMMa bv. llellve ami CfcaHrty HotfHUltreated in for sev v. i,. d rcssgsut ueasiperlr in 4sgsHiac eil .nlirsnig Chronic Dlsa e devtrs all hist. me l th irMltsscsit of cttrswK aad linvous al arte the k.rl aad .HhBla mmi hk, ltul , TitJ.ssuc-ccstlul- l). I UNIVERSITY. 1 1 Permanently Cures Acute and Chrvtssa ruiiik U1..1.. in tUn Dealasss, of hye, Rar, .Noe hlojt I.vjngs Kidaxy. Urisarr Had Rudder troubles Ileitf Hi's Ihseat. Iti.l IM.Nr-- l P'la, CoutlM paiwn, Kkumatis aud P.r ISpllspsyor Kits twolisHv euird. ousts: ur middle r.ed initi surfer tn f,IH Sre-tmiiom.M, Impotent ,.. Kruno..-- ., - ike remit nf . ...... .i. . .....imicuHici, iii. .uu tan rtclorv It is too late. e cuisMlec a cure if cac h not genie to far Superfluous hair and all cruMsoot of the lce pcrmaneutly removed Isies !. . Blood .niicl Skin Discuses As Syphili. Scrofula, Stricture, Gltet,vc, cured ky aever Ulllnj remedies. Diseases ol voiuen.suth as I.ru4rhta, painful .Menstruation. Disnlacemeni m U'uL i...i down pains In back, teliesed in start line. 'Hit Doctor came all his portable Instruments and cenlcs prtptred toctmnln the obscure medical and surgical cases lie undertake no insurable dilates but cures hundreds given up Indie. g Y. nt al CONSULTATION FREE And Confident. sl Address I.mdssllle. y, ' J. I S AITLUMAN'.M. D, K. sgatjvv' OTJIJiAVM POSTED. ferewarns hunurs, fishermen and others telictpsss on our tuixis without permission, as all suh will be prosecuted to the full, est eslentof the law Signed C. M.SI'dONAMOORK J K. IIRUCK. is THOMAS C. I1AI.L. Tins netici) ut DlTOINJHiS M Ws AND STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. Stationary, Semi Portable and Portable. All sizes up to 2G- - horse power -- MJIK. CIIKI.iaA-I.OKV- i. Mr1 on Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. Write for Free Illustrated I'ami!cts and your n i ' St, l.outs, V. OAINES. JAMES niVENS. S. I'llll.I.lpS. I. ANTON KKNACKER. Cl.AKK KKVNOLUS. M. I.ALKOWITZ. T.I). NEW I.AND W. W. HAVh. .C. I.VON. FRED HAUMANN II. SIKKI.EltAII.KY. A.M. KKL.AND. IIHHeO yvouT 5S?S i ii. n1 i- -i Bflf -- Author of j is wrote tho famous ballad; "Kocltcd in the Cradle of the Deep." In midocean a tcrrifio storm hot in nml the frail ship was tossed about by tho waves. Tho j passengers were all badly frightened, except Miss Willard, who bvunied to undergo tlio wholo experience witii a feeling of gratitude. Soon ' after the storm had abated she appeared in the main cabin nnd read tho first verses of the ballad. The due tie Choiseul was ' among the passengers anil ho went into Has led all Worm Remedies. ecstasies aliout tho piece, lie prevailed EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. upon Miss Willard to finish it. She did so, whereupon tho duho set tho words SOLD EVERYWHERE. TWfirtJb, KIlUlRDSOV.TiTLORKID. CO,, HT.IOCIS. to music, but tlio air is not tlio familiar one known now. Emma W'lard wrote Scientific American many other poems, but none over be- came so populnr as this one. Agencyjor It was while returning homo from Europe In 1S32 that IJmma Willard ramlllnr lliillad. WORMS! WHITE'S GREAM FOR 20 YEARS , I , VERMIFUGE I I j I New I'iivIiik Materlnl. the president of the International Union of Women, which has it head- quarters in Paris. She lives with hor husband, who is an artist, in a flat in the older quarter of Paris. The only daughter of a wealthy Polish nobleman, sho learned when a child t0 6peak and write French fluently At tlio ago of sixteen she wrote nnd pub- Klished her lirst novel. Aliotit ten years ago she settled in Paris, and while there met and married her husband, who shares all her ideas, moral, political ami social. It was not until after the congress in 18SD that Jltnu. Chclign-Loovmatte up her mind to found the Union Universelle ties Fortunes, which won the approval of Simon and Kenan. In connection with this association she started the lltilletin des Fenimes, a tiny magazine devoted to nil that concerns women's work. She acts as correspondent of a number of foreign periodicals, and has at times lectured. .She claims absolute equality with men, neither more nor less, and is by conviction a socialist. Her mode of hfo makes it almost impossible for her to go much Into society, but she is to bo met occasionally in literary and political circles. is y IDEAI. CI.YnUSDAI.n HKAI). JAMES UEFFEI. & CO., NEW VORK CITY tho shoulders of somo men wo know, and the face looks moro intelligent than theirs it actually does. Tho eyes nro bright and steady; the ears small, rather near together, pointed and quickly moving. Tho horso expresses emotion with his ears and tail. Industry. Tho following statements concerning tho range cattle industry aro furnished us from a reliable sourco in answer to an inquiry from a corrcsiwmlunt, and they are of such general interest that we give them tiiis prominence: Tho total receipts of cattle for last year at tho Union stock yards, Chicago, were :i,2.)0,:t."!l, mnking a weekly aver-agof 02,300. Out of tho aggregated receipts it is eitunated that thero were 1,000,000 or thereabouts of Texas, Territory and southwestern range cattle, and ulKiut 1500,000 northern range cattle, tho remainder ,9r0,3o9 being natives. Tho majority of Texas cattle aro fattened iqiou what may bo termed public lands, which are divided in ownership by railroad companies who leaso to dilfcr-en- t ranchmen at front four to five cents per acre per uniinni. A very largo portion of laud UM'd for grazing purposes in Texas is owned by cattlemen. Tho northwestern range cattle aro largoly fattened upon publio lands, but cattlemen own a considerable portion of land which they occupy. Cattle can bo put out in Texas to ho pastured at from 1 1.50 to $3 pur head per annum. In tho northwest tho price is about tlio eaine. All cattlo aro taxed, and the cattletnou iu tho south anil i,ur').west are the largest taxpayers in their respective district. Breeder's Gazette. 1 lie KuiiKt) Cattlai o In-dia- It is a liuiidoi!ior head than grows SPRINOFIKl D, ( IS EkmixB&MsNm 'Iwentyrr le the Shortest to ii OHTCOCNNAWH, .Michigan Points, Chicago, Cleveland. liulfalo, Detroit, Indianapolis and the West, New England, Canada, .? ' ti Ncav York, Boston. llaltimore, Washington, I'liiladelphli, Quickest tune tollarrodsbur;, Frankfort, Ky. Richmend, V1RCINIA Shortest and QuiiLcst line to .IAKK TIIF iJ.- -. NJEW aDlKOHANS, SOLID VKST11UI III TRAINS thro with out change via Chattan.oga, llirmiti(;ham, Merid, ian maVine direct connections en route for Asheville, I.yncliLuiuaud points in the Knus-ville- n 1 maim iimmm a -- OAlRf(DlLi(NAS9 At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilrainr ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, llrunswick, Lake City,! hoiiiasvilleand FLOIU DA points. The only line running solid Vetlihuled trains with Pullman Itcudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to St. Augustine without change lor any class of pas lengers or baggage. Selma and Montgomery. Huntsville, Decatur Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. Sliortost and quickest to Anntstcn, Selma, Mobile. Buecl connections made at NEW ORLEANS without omnibus transfer for Galveston Houston, Austin, ULLfixroi-Acvvj'Jttai- t Q,slrAiSVUU HlWAlgAaTlCKIHlSf znmr Jq THE WORLD'S FAIB .LINE TO.. gtitntifk mUtaIU,i new material for paving is now being introduced in London. It is composed of granulated cork and bitumen siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHsBBHsisliiHaVB i pressed into blocks, which aro hard ItlfsTAVsV liko bricks or wood paving. Tho THADE MARKS. special odvnntagu of tlio material lies DESIGN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, ate. in its elasticity. When used for paveFor inonnatloa sr d free Handbook write to ment it gives a soft tread which Is exMU.NN X CO., XI 11KOAOW.ST, HKYT YOIIIC. Oldojit bureau for securing patents In America. ceedingly pleasant, recalling tho feelKvery patent taken out by ua ii brought bef ora tho puufto by notice siren free ot charge la tho ing of a carpet. A .icrlilc- -i S wtxunvi Largest clrculatlnn of any aolentlfle paper In tlio srorfd. Fpleudldly Illustrated. No Intelllgeiit should be without It. Weekly. HU.00 it year; tUO alz noathf. AdireMUNN a cu, I Sroadway, Stn Vort. A fair uf I toots, the effect that at parties "ladies must Thero nro nearly thrco thousand not get drunk on any pretext whatever, boots. and ccntlemen not beforo nino o'clock." stitches in a pair of hand-sewe- d llejrulMtliif; J)ruiikniieaa. A law passed in England in 1750 to The advocates of nursing as a profession for women have a serious statement to meet with in tho figures of Prof Tyndall, who claims that an ordinary woman of llfty-eigis in every way in a better physical condition than a hospital nurse of twenty-five- . The sacrifice made by a woman entering the profession is virtually half a life, according to Ids belief. ht nir a i.i re C)8firCAK(D9 ,.oVN,.s"'wiisT ..And.. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, e NOMTH-IES- T, Miss. , Shrcveport La., making direct connections without omiiihus transfer for Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonia, El Paso and pointsin Finest and best Veitibuled DulTet Slecpilie Can and I'arlorCaracn all trains. No change of cars, best accommodations,' quick eat time and lowest rates. For information address IAS. IIARKER, G. P. A.. Chicago. "V G, CRUSH, D. P. A., Louisville, TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. For through rates, correct county maps and fu information call on Agent at Junction City, Ky or address J. S, LE1T1I, Trav Pass. Agt , Jnncilon City.Ky I). G. EDWARDS. D. MILLER, G, P A T. A Traffic Mingr,, Clacicnati. p ;' Semi-Week- ly vm-- - f . wa - i.i 11 hiimi.i....iii..ii iijN r Tivkntim'IVk or more wedliPK-- tlilfl rodsburg, who has often visited In RichSeo Uanks, the Jeweler, for appro- mond, will bo married on Wednesday, priate prcflonta. Oct. Oth, to Mr. Kane Arnold, of LexNew timothy seed nt B. K. AW. II ington. Miss Alma Hagan, tills placo, Mrs. Kate Duddriiar has rented her will ho maid of Stanford, Ky., 6EirrEMiip.it 80. 1892 Wenrun's, honor. Richmond CliAna-leKoor wnnted nt B. K. A V. II. Wour- - i houso on Lancaster street to F. M. max. and will shortly move to the house Dr. Cicero Eubanks, recently of this K.O.WAITON,BUB.MQnQKer eim at 15 conta. now occupied by Mrs. Annie Wearen. county, but who is now now practicing LeAvk your orders for stove repairs nt Now on hale more than 300 now la- his profession at Paducah. waa married MEANS BUSINESS. McKinnoy Bros.'H. dies', miEses' and children's cloaks, pur- a few days ago to Miss Maud Wooley, Ekoratino beautifully ond artistically bow knot hreaetpin. chased direct from the manufacturers, of Indiana. They first met in CincinLost onnmeled dono nt A. It. Penny's. which wo will oiler at prices so low that nati, snmo mouths ago, wliilo tho Dr. Buy your hooka and school supplies of Mrs. G. W. ISronnuKh. it will astonish you. Severance A Son. waa Attending a medical college, in kinds from A. It. Penny, who Bella nil To Loan. $ 1,000 on real estato securiIn everythtng vc handle. which citv she wns visiting. 9 them nt publisher's prices. The county committee has decided to Havb your watch, clock nnd joweiry ty. Address Box 10, Lancaster, Ky. We have not given prices in print before, because wc thought it orgnniz.0 democratic clubs at tho princirepaired nt A. It. Penny's. All work NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. best for all. Wc now come with the bloody axe dripping with the For Sale. Coltago on Mill atreet. pal points in tho county aud in 'warranted. another ItKMKSinBii that nil silverware, watchea. Apply nt Interior Journal ollice. gore of slaughtered prices. All prints at 5c; an elegant Brown Cotcolumn will bo found tho list of places rings, Ac, bought nt A. It. Penny's will ton at 5 liC; Lonsdale, Fruit of the Loom and Masonville Bleached bo engraved free of chartce. The bi'Bt selected stock of Biivorwaro and tho time when tho clubs will bo orETotioQ. Cotton at A man's good Shoe for 75c; the best real calf Shoe, ganized and addressed by spankers more nnd jewelry nt Danks. tho Jowolor. A dark Hrnwlierry nan Cow, weighing nbout $00 both in lace and Congress, ever offered in this city for S 1.50. POINTS. is n or less noted. It PERSONAL idea. LinIrayil from John Pep Ladies', misses and children's Shoes at prices that will not be duWantiid. KggH at 11 cents per dozen coln county has n double interest in pounds, a few jdays ago from Stanford on the Crab plfw' pasture, miles .Mykiis is qulto sick. Mn. A. S. Orchard pike AnyJ Intormahon concerning htr plicated. at B. F. Jones, Sr 's cash bargain store. Our Dress Goods Department is simply thu coming olection and sho ought to will be thankfully received, Cot. W. G. Wki.ch went to Frankfort f roll up such n majority hs will prove JOHN L. KI.KIN, Stanford. Special Notice. Owing to n holiday Tuesday. how strongly sho is democratic when oc Job Cokfky's liltlo Joe Lynn has our store will bo closed SaturJay, Oct. 1, aMiifl. PUBLIC casion requires it. until 0 p.m. Louisville Store, A. Hnys, pnouinonin. All wool Dress Flannels at 25c; Storm Serges from Mn. and Mits. 11.8. With bus went to Mnnager. George Ciiaio, sou of Solon Cruic, STOCK KKB CROP. to $1; : Cotton and wool Dress Goods from Louisville Tuesday. gave little Jim Menefeo a savere to 50c; black goods of every We have now opened and invito yo Mn. John Lkk Klkin went to Louisto $1.75 per yard. Wc have added a line At Hxccutor of George Vauehn, deed , I will grade and weave from to inspect tho largest nnd completest whipping Tuesday," for which thero ville Wednesday morning. seems 'to be no provocation. Jim care tell at hi late residence t miles from Stanford of Cloaks, which we ask you to call and see. We hope the gentlemen atock of dry goods, notions, Ac, over an Crab Orchard pike, on Oajt. Frank Harris is confined to his lessly throw a rock on tho piko near Dr. will not forget our Clothing Department, now presided over by Mr. Been in our city. Severance & Son. Nov. 1st, 1892, II. C. Pedigo. Come and look at this stock before you buv. bed with n kidney trouble. Carpenter's, which although it did not Dr. W. N. Ohaio has returned to his Havino quit the mercantile business, come near hitting tho negro, the little Tho following property, I am compelled to settle up accounts. rascal saw fit to jump on him. Marshal medicnl college nt Louisvillu. 216 Mita. Mary Uockkr went to LouIb-vilIf you owe mo call nnd settle. All Newland arretted Craig and brought yesterday on n shopping tour. will bo placed with n collector af- him beforo Judgo Carson, who recogniz Of good land, well improved; na Kood residence, barn and other outbuildings, and water, and ad g Mrs. Mo.ntik Fox, of Danville, in ed him in the sum of 2o nnd set his joint the lands ot S. II. Shanks, J. H. I.ynn and A. ter a few weeks. J. B. Foster. Aioiicri;. Alice Bnush-mnher mother, Mrs, trial for Wednesday. He failed to ap- t.Terrnt: cash; balanco in one and The younger set of society folks pear nt tho tinid a at and . t tho judge two ycart with Interett. Alto Feland Monday Orch"stormed" Misa Jennie Mrs. Dh. J. S. Coopih, of Crab fined him SI0. Crxim's isstill nt large. l'our IJrcKxl Mnrc, a Maret and ColU, i good . t . work Horsy, i Jennet and Colt, Jenard, lias been on u visit to Mrs. W. It. evening. It wns a sure enough surprise, A Narrow Escape. Last Bpring Mrs. net, a (.'own and Cahe, 40 Ewei, 3 Southdown Wheelbarrows, Cross Cut Saws, Fencing Wire and Staples, Baling but Mies Feland :i, equal to tho emerDillion. Hacks, t car old Heller, 2 Kowt and ta Shnati, in trip McUohkrts, Kin , has returned gency and mndo her guests havo a J. W. llnmsey, to proventsoot from fall- nbout 10 acres ol CornOats, afield, 4 stacks Timo- Wire, Horse Shoes and Nice Toilet, Chamber and Dinner Sets. P.M. Mowing Machines, ing out of n stovo pipe hole in tho chim- thy Hay, 1 stackt of Wheat Drill, iHayKake, Ktuper, froinn week's stay in Piuoville on legal charming time. ney, jammed a lot of paper in it and then Kockaway, a lot of Pence, l'otts, 11 stands lleos, business. mid Sale. Having rented my houso, I paijted a piece of paper over tho hole. alotol llrlck, Harrow, 3 Wagons otia all other Farming Implements usually fouud U. Bright Mkum. I. M. Dunn and T. will sell at auction on tho premises, tho Tuesday night she huiit a fire in a stovo faJm, and Always on hand. All goods sold left Tuesday for Sedalin, Mo., with n remainder of tho furniture, consisting of in another room, the pipe of which runs Forty-Nin- e Shares of Bank Stock view to locating. bed room mMh, wnrtlrohos, carpets, tahlo In tho same chimney. This set the paW. .Smith have Hank & Mr. ani Mrh. Co. in Ten In ware, stoves, Ae., on Saturday afternoon, per on fire and about midnight n batch the First the I'arniers bta ford,Trust thoand 14ion National of Sax 15 in from a visit to Mm. Benedict National ol St Joseph Mo., and 10 in First NaMb, beginning at '2 o'clock. W. P. of it fell out of tho hole Oct. on n bed, just tional of Fort .'cott Kansas Or taken back. Goods promptly delivered. KnnldinK, t good time and place I At under it, setting fire to it. Mr. nnd Mrs. llroodthe tameand some well bred will sell S Colts, Her Walton. Mrs. (t. B. Cooi'su is vihitlug Maret luce vearlings and Fillies. hotucfolkri In Huhtonvillo and attending IIuntinu'h railroad circus, Chief Train It. I). Thompson, who wero visiting and Terms mnd known on day of sale. V. A. HAIL, Klil. Wallace Tluirpo'a meeting. Dispatcher Sheridan tells us, will bo at there, wero occupying tlto bed and So Executor George Vaughn, deed MiuClarenckK. Tatb left WedneB-da- Lebanon tho 8th, Stanford the 1 0th and awoke just in timo to keep their clothes to resume the study of medicine In BichmoiUl thu 11th. Tho peoplo who from catching and put out tho fire. This S.A.X.E come to county court horo can kill two is all thnt saved tho house and the rest the University of Pennsylvania. Mrs. KaN Watkrh.oI Boyle, birds with ono Btono attend to their of tho frame buildings on that street. Mr. and nro vWting their boh, Mr. Joe F. Waters, business nnd see the circus. .Dealers In. Base Ball. Tho McKinney base ball VALUABLE : STOCK, find Attending tho Baptist meeting. Mayor Yandkvkkh has received from club played a picked up nino nt RochesCot. 0. M. Wiikatlkv, of Amerfcus, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, AC Dr. McCormack, of Bowling Green, thu ter Park, Wednesday afternoon, and On., spent Wednesday nnd yesterday of tho wero defeated by a score of 7 to (1. Our of tho Board of Health Having determined to close out my stock, prewith tho family of Judge J. W. Alcorn- president paratory to going West, I will sell the wme at sSmANDmII Mohklanii, Permelin State, nn order to report to him at onco boys have had little or no practice, but fiublic auction to Ihe highest bidder at my farm Mksdamr Wm. in regard to they played n very good game. The county, Ky , jmllet West of I B. Cook, J. P. Bailey nnd tho condition of Stanford Brown, the Fisher t lonf road, on has xiven tho McKlnneys, wo are told, play every day Miss Lou isu Bailey are visiting In tho cleanliness. Tho mayor letter to Dr. Steele Bailey, who is pre- in tho week and occasionally by lantern Oct. 13, 1S92, West End. light and aro able to put up n fairly good from paring nn answer. Quecnsware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner Contisling of the following valuable Mis Alpha Tyiiki: has returned game. George Alford, tho captain, who Mrs. George Broad-du- s, Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. a visit to her sister, Silas Stewart, colored, for striking tips tho beam at 275 pounds, held down Stock. and d In Madison. Mrs. Broaddus Kato Uiatt, wns lined first base splendidly and was tho life of his sister lackio yearsold; her homo. yens old ; black f." and cost in Judge Carson's court, the gamo. OJio Paul pitched a very I Jack aJack 5 old; years Mimes Mauuik and Linda Owsmcy Tuesday. Theodore Bryant, for giving creditable game, but our boys got in year old; ) Jacks rUIlLICSALE OF , jack Colts; J. II. Miller to Paris, Grant MariT also colored, n decent whip good and sure breeders. of Jennets, pretty nice hits olf of him. Rice j head n very superior, well bred lot of where ho went to attend tho reunion of ping, was acquitted. Marit was drunk Rome '1 is Jack and our old catcher, Leslie Wilson, made and hit To havo jour photographs taken. Ho keeps up Jennet stock and all persons interested will Brigade. tho Orphan with all the Bryant with n rock, which was up our battery and did pretty good do well to attend the sale, nt it will be told without and hit I will offer for sale on reserve. Alto the following llore stock: Mit. J. S. Hick Is back from n tour of the ground for the whipping. Harnett Stallion 8 tars old, record of 1:34: work. Our boys will likely play tho tho larger portion of the U. S. His wife, PreiMum Saddle Stallion t years old, by bilver And will give you good satisfaction. 15, '92, gentlemen to call and McKinueyn on their grounds next week Kinir; We desire tho who accompanied him, stopped olf at Yearling Saddle Stallion by Star Denmark; A.J EARP, Manford. the farm bestock of clothing and c On thepremise9,,,INGLESIDFV seo our immonso Saddle Mare by On Time, it full sitter Horse Cave for n visit. Henry Logan, colored, tho "trusty" longing to the estate ol the late John G. liruce, and in foal to Black Siiuirrel j consisting' of Hon. 1). B. Edmiston was nt homo this gentft' furnishing goods, how presided who worked around tho jail bo long, Saddle Marc in fusl to Mlver Time; SHOP. .saddle Mare by Woodturd Denmark, in ln.il to week, but hurried back when ho found over by Mr. II. C. iVdlgo. Wo havo came very near being "dono up" the silver ABOUT IOO ACRES, lime; I have opened a Butcher Shop on .Mare uy Atiuanan .Messenger, in leal to i.tict it was necessary for him to bo there to aimed to put out gents', boys', youths' other night. He had been quite intisituated immediately on the Danville and Pleas- Lancasterjust street, where I will keep at all times fer; clothing in better ahapo ant Hill turnpike, t miles north ol Danville, Ky nnd children's tho election law. help Don Piixaro; Pacing Mare, in foal to mate with tho cook at Mr. J. W. Adams' This place has on it a comfortable duelling, a : 14 head of other Marcs, in ft ml to Jacks; good barn and necessary outbuildings, betides Mrs. A. It. Denny, Miss Paulino thau va havo over hail it and our shirt at Rowland, and in fact had spent most 0 GrJdlnKt; blacksmith shop and four tenant houses and with- that can 10 obtained, which I will sell at the marArbucklo started department can not bo excelled. J. S. of 34 liadof yearling Mules, 19 ct them mares; Grimes and Mr. Phil in i of a mile of a school house, and convenient ket price. I have a fine, new, large refrigerator tho nights with hor. Mr. Adams 4 Mule Colts; to Danville, noted for its educational facilities. and me.its will always be kept fresh and nice. to Hot Springs, Tuesday, nil with hope Hughes. 4 work Mules; changed cooks without notifying Henry, This place has on It one of the best springs in trie mo JULIAN VEST. H head of Catlto; of being cured of tho rheumatism. county, convenient to both barn and dwelling, and Sine A Menefeb have contracted to and on Tuesday night ho us usual gave Farming Implements of every description, in- will mako a splendid dairy farm. This place is in Mrs. Gkoruk Tompkins, who has been a splendid neighborhood, has a good physician , residence his countersign on tho kitchon door. cluding n One.half Interest iri a Thresher; living near, and is altogether n very desirable visiting her daughters. Mrs. William build Dix Cutting Hox; place lor any mio wanting a small farm. formerly owned by T. It. No responso was mndo and tho negro H. Pryor, returned on tho lot i Gooch and Mrs. L. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. Offall kinds, 7 Mowers; Walton on upper Main street. This gained entrance through tho window. W.G PROCTOR, to her homo nt Harrodsbuig yesterday. j Wheat Drills; Admr,, with will annexed, of J. G, Druce. Made and Set Up in All Farts of makes four houses they are now build- The new cook, who is a respectable 2 Hay Hakes; A dispatch from New York eays that the Country. 1 horse Wagons; ing and they are figuring on two more. white girl, awoke just at that point and Harness, Plows, Plow Gear, &c; OPEN TO THE WORLD. benutiful Mies Mattio Thompson, of Xo Agents employed. n score or more of houses go screamed at her best. Robert Chappell, IluBiry; are Harrodsburg, la lying desperately ill of There Surrey! all aro rented in who boards at Mr. Adams, waa awaken W. ADAMS & SON, Spring wagon; Ho- ing up hero now and typhoid fever nt tho Fifth Avenue Road Cart; No. 4a llroadway, Lexington, Ky. ed and on going to the scene found tho advance. tel. Together with a varietyof other property ined , . negro in tho kitchen and the girl scared on a lar , loo tedious to mention K. Fahiiis went over to Lexington J. Jay Mn. John S. Wijixs, tho young gen- almost out of her wits. Henry tried to 3D. Wednesday in response to n lolegrain T. II. 11k GUT. 7' tleman who thought that tho lightning explain, but Chappell began to pound from Gentry Bros , to whom he sold his DEALER had shot oil" his pompadour, was too him over tho head with n stick until he premium saddln mare, Alliu G., for modest to toll us the part ho took in res- reached tho door and then gave him n !KY T H B ASSOCIATION .... cuing tho property in tho burning build-luAnd Country Produce, kick that ho will not soon forget. Mrs. Biciiarii 1). Norwood, of LexLEXINGTON, KY., but wo learn that ho got most of it Proporty Has opened his stock of goods and I ready to serve Real ington, enmoover Tuesday and spent tho the peoplo of Stanford and vicinity. He Is offer out unaided. Mr. Wells is n hero as That a woman sometimes jumps at a At Executrix of the witl of M. C, I'ornnan,dc ing unheard of Bargains nnd nil who want night with her aunt, MrB. J. 8. Hughes. well as a clever gentleman aud boiiio TO OCTOBER goods at the lowest possible prices should conclusion was clearly proven hero ctMstU, I will on him on Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pike Next day her parentP. Mr. and Mrs. F. is losing n good husband by not help- Tuesday afternoon, on which occasion Oct. 1st, 1S92, IXCLTISIVK J. Campbell, of Bock Castle Springs, ing him in Ids modesty nnd bashfulnees Crab Orchard avenue was tho scene of I'pon the premises ot said totator in Stanford, mot her hero and returned with her to to get at tho important question. coiiBiderablo commotion. A lady was Lincoln county, Ky., ofTvrut public nuction to the whom slm hns just comLexington, with a let- hlchest bidder the following described real and returning from tho Held Without Bail. Tho uegro, ter from her son, who stated that he in personal property, 34 Acres of Land upon which S3 RACES. menced keeping house. 550,000. 1st. The Tract of Bill Pleasants, who killed Alex Wiltestator resided at the time of his death, situated The Transylvania Make, $5,000 or more, Monday' tended to quit braking on n freight train all of it within less than one half mile of the CITY AND VICINITY. liams at tho Halls Gap festival, and who as ho was afraid ho would get killed. At in Manlord. ltit nil Ihe very best quality October 10, will be the greatest contest ever Land, is excellently improved, surrendered after hiding out n week a glance, while walking along, she read of building sites nnd c.tn lo advantageously has witnessed. difine ItEJiKiuiKR tho Portman sale Articles to Suit the Most Fastidihad his examining trial beforo Judge tho word "killed" only and thinking her vided into town lots, and wilt first be offered tn Remember the $5,000 Stakes lots and then ata whole, aud tne largest bid will . ous. A complete line of Vamon, Wednesday, when ho was held be accepted. l. and Lkavk your order for timothy with for murder without bail. Tho proof was boy was a mangled corpse, trouble beHouse anj Lot in the town of jil Corner Store gan. Sho threw up both hands and Hustonville. on the south side ot Main street, the McKinney Bros. substantially as wo gave it at tho time on all Railroads. sume now occupied by Mr Weather for J as a drug Half scream after scream rout tho air, inducWrite Secretary for Programme. The L. A N. is covering its big freight of the killing. Pleasants was shooting ing tint neighbors to believo n murder More. Fifty Aires of Knob Land, three miles from jil. Suntord, at Mason's Gap. his pistol and raising a row on tho depot horo with tin. 1', V. JOIIASTON'. ED A. TIPTON'. was beini: committed right in broad day 4th. Personal property. One l.irijc, well broxen Set'y, I'res. Mate, Fanny, by Gartho church nnd when ho found wtk Horse, a tine IlruoJfilly a school light. All tho womon in the lower end rard hlef, her yearling Miss Annie Dunn has opened by Pence her suckthat WillianiB had told who lis was, ho of town rushed to their doors, and seeing ling Colt, by George Dictator, a line 4 j fjr tho little oneB at her homo on Dan- went into tho building and nfter applySalo thu distressed lady, they surrounded Brood Mare by Messenger Breeze, ville avenue. OF ing vile epithets to him, threatened to sympathizing with tho disDam Fanny; her suckling d 14 Choice Jacks, Several Eleoant assortment of clonks and shoot him. Tho managers took his pia-t- her and weie aa only women can when tracted mother Dorsey Golddust, Colt by wraps just receivod at S. II. Shanks'. from him and hustled him out, when &c. other Stocks, rodo along nnd stopped to Gelding by Harkaway, Complicated Watch Repairs and Call and seo them before tho stock is he Baid ho would go homo and behavo a drummer who was dead, lie was D.tm I'anny. This horse ha fine action and Is brokon. Artistic Engraving a Specialty. himself if his pistol was returned. Wil- ascertain As administratrix of W. G Hubble, dee'd, I will given the letter by tho mother to read well broken to harness. Three line high grade All goods sold engraved free of charge. See our eleL'ant now lino of dress liams went to tho door and l'leiiBiintB Ho saw how tho mistake had been made Jersey Cows, two high grade Jersey Heifers, ono JVour patronage respectfully solicited. steer Calf, s feedinglfogs, 6 slacks of Hay, Surgoods and trimmings in all grades. Ma' again paid ho would shoot him if he rey, t Kock.iway, 3 lluggict, 3 tet single Haruest. While they wero and soon calmed the lady's nerves. elsewhere. Sev- would como out. set double Harness 300 bushels Coal, a Piano lot WEDNESDAY, OCT ny things not to bo neen Corn In the field andu quantity of Household and E,SLR15 talking Fred Hays shoved Williams out At Sleepy Hollow" Stock Farm, In Liucolu ORT35 first-clasKitchen Furniture and I arming Implements. erance A Son. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. county, 7 miles west of Stanford, near the McCorKORTIIE Terms: Thu real property will be sold lor of tho door and closed it. in a minute cah nnd the remainder In two equal annual mack and Turnersville turnpike, offer at public Mr. A. Hays, manager of tho Louis- the Bhot was fired. There was no knifo II. G. Young and Misa Victoria payments, bearing interest from day ot tale, with sale all the personal property of the deceased. re tinned to secure them. Tho personalty, tor This property consists of a herd of 14 choice jacks houso lit ville Store, has rented tho Walton or other weapon on Williams' body and Floyd, both of tho Highland vicinity, all turns under S10, casrj; over that amount 011 a and jennets; two saddlo stallions, On Tune and HARVEST - EXCURSIONS, amounTs Hart Denmark: is brood mares, saddle and drtvj of on Upper Main street, and will take of the women who prepared the fes- wero niado ono after uou a holy ordi- credit with three months, and for such negotiable ing horses , suikliug colts, a pairs of work mules; one AUG. 30 and SEPT. 27, security bearing interest and notes about tho middle- of October. mules; a lot of 18 extra pair very fine tival Bald ho had told her ho had no nance at the brido's father's, M. Floyd, and payable in Bank, will be required t THE ''WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES" Anv one wishing to examlno the property previ- uice yearling mules; 145 sheep, sow ana smuts; a when sho wanted ono to open a Wednesday. ous to the day of sale ill apply to V. II. Miller, cows and calves; 3 yearliui; cattle. We would call special attention this knife lor Mack Llnnoy, of Harrodsburg, who at hnotTlce or to myself on the home premises la Also all farming utensils, neatly new, including Will runpoints rate Harvest Excursions cnabote Pleasants had claimed that WilIn Minnesota, Montana, North and hay rake, a corn planters, dates to ELIZA POIIT.MAN, mower, Stanford. week to our stock of ladies', misses' nnd can. wagons, &c. Ac. Also South Dakota. Tickets will be good twenty (io) Harvey used to como 'a courting here, was marplows, a and spring liams cut him before ho shot. Esrcutrix M. C. Portman, dee'd. children's cloakB. These gooila nro privilege all ciopson thu farm. hay. corn, oats, &c. The days from date of tale, with thu time and At Helm, Esq. represented tho accused and ried Wednesday to Miss Sallio Lucas. same the sametine llrood place I wilt offer upon well Karm of 335 Acres, nearly all of which Is in era, to points west of St. Paul and Minneapolis. o Mares, well bred aud from tho manufacturers nud terms 3 furBotFor lull information, address any of the Cocipa- Miss Maggio Lewis aud Theodore dam will be rented prhatelr. For catalogues and brokeu to harness; yearling Colt by ny's representatives, or everything now nnd desirable. thought it best not to show his hand, so toms were also married in tho game city. by Abdatlah Messenger, one suckling Pence,,and ther partkulais, addreit Colt JAS. C POND, .MRS. M.J. IIUIlBLE.Ailm'x, no testimony was introduced for tho suckling I'illy by George Dictator, two Dulls and Come and look before buying. J. S. Shelby City, Ky. Gen'I Pass, and Ticket Agt , Chicago, III. W. II MILLER. $8 5,.tJ Misa Hattio May Hansford, of Har- - yearling Steer defense. Hughes. Interior Journal New lino Zei,lar shoos at Shanka'. 8. II. t foil. y CMeraPite. Commercial Cyclone, 8c. m 22stray first-rat- o m os-t- SALE col-oie- d, MED. UNSURPASSED 8c 8c I2c Tuesday, t: lo nts Tlic Farm of -- One-third Acres J. S. HUGHES. vis-itln- n. Trails A in 3- -j 1 1 ncll-Ka- 1 1 first-clas- s Fresh Stock of OfROGEREES . icd GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED, Mo2OT2T:Er2- BROS. o PX7BLIO m FARRIS & HARDIN, - HABDWAHE. HryairM-vilieo- n Thursday, Jack 1 1 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, m m m accom-panie- Jonnot In-la- '! 1 vl 1 GofoEarp'sArtGalkry Latest Improvements 91-- 17 1 1 5 Saturday October 1 1 loTal-ma- 1 1 NEW BUTCHER first-cla- 1 1 THIS BEST 48-- 1 MEATS two-story- iiino-roo- m 1 MONUMENTS s; 1 1 1 1 KENTUCKY" 1 1 GREAT io-6- I TROTTIXTG 51,-00- 0. Executrix' Sal OH cab,stiva:l. I C. FOWE&X., -1N- General -:- g, merchandise, and Personal In-J- y 5th 14th, Saturday m post-ofii- co -:- BANKS THE JEWELER, court-hous- Blue-Gra- ss Free-for-al- Rates Watches, Clocks out-Bido- of C ear-ol- d Administratrix' Jewelry s ri I ol Stal-lionsan- And SILVERWARE. 1 592, one-thi- rl Round Trip -:- 11 1 m tli-T- cct stop-ov- er em-brac- 1 . 1 1 J Jj.l4rf4,-- . MAi. .n'J&M-.- f i jjAir-- Co Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT BEAUTIFUL THINGS. Published Evory Tuesday and Friday Ikautlful faces are those that wear'' It matters little If dark or fair Whole-soule- d honesty printed there Beautiful eyes are thoic that show, Like crystal panes where hearth-fire- s Beautllul thoughts that burn below. Brover IV jttsiiiiiH 3 PICK. YBABIX -- VDVjVNCJHJ. will lie charfred.-W DlBvelanLt Accopta tho Nominauon tor THEJHIIED STATES - glow, ssHHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIW. Whpa not so paid 92.60 Beautiful lips aro those whose words Leap from tho heart like songs of buds. Yet whose utterance prudence girds. Beautiful hnnds are those that do Work that is honest and brave and true, Moment by moment the long day through. H Or ?H lie Dissert the Nsurs of this Day Tiirllt 11 Beautiful fret are those that go On kindly ministries to and fro Down lowliest ways, if God n Ills so. Beautiful shoulders are those that boar Ceaseless burdens ot homely care, With patient grace and daily prayer. f etc: Gevtlkmev In reponding to jour formal notlllcation of my nomination to Beautiful lives ate those that Mess the presidency by the national Democracy, I hoiw I nmy Ire permitted to snv at the Silent rivers of happiness, out.-- et thnt continued rellectlon and Whoso hidden fountains but lew may guess. Hartiord, of Hartford, Conn., have continued me in my adherManchester, of Manchester, Eng. (From the selections of the editor's dear dead ence to the opinions, which 1 have hereto-for- e wife, and printed in loving memory of her.) plainly nnil publicly declared, touch Perihnsylvania Firo, Philadelphia, F. U. ItlLEY, Proprlotor. ing tut1 quest ions involved in theennvn-- . Ins.Oo. of North America, " This is a time, nbove nil others, when deluded as to tho certainty and stability - - these questions should lie considered in the pf Its value. Kvery dollar put Into tho All of which are s Companies. I would light iitfnrded by n sober apprehension of hands of tho people should be of the samo he pleased to wait on my friends in this line. i'ol. I have moved to my new Hotel and am botlci the principles upon which our government Intrinsic value or purchasing jiowcr, With icics promptly Issued. AVill Insure .against tornaBBBBBBBBslSSSSBlitBSBW is based, nnd a clear undemanding of the this condition absolutely guaranteed, both prepared than ever to accommodate the public. does, wind storms and lUhtning Lightning clausgold and silver can be. safely utilized upon Good Livery attached and every convenience de- es attached without additional charge. relation it bears to tho ticople for whoo Office at First National Hank Stanford benefit it wn created. Wo shall thus lie equal terms in the adjustment of our cur- sired. Give me a call, A Cream ofTarter Baking Powder. H ghest ol FRANK RILKV. 77 -- Latest United State Btipplicd with n test by which thu alue o( rency. all In leavening strength In dealing with this subject no selfish nny proposition relating to tho malnte . Government Food Hepurt. r STUAUIVJH. T. r. CLARKK. imnco and adnilnistratlnn of our govern-mon- t scheme should be allowed to intervene and ROYAL BAKING POWDERCO-- , can Iw ascertained, nnd by which the no doubtful experiment should bo nt 106 Wall street, New York. justice nnd honesty of inery K)litIcnI ques- tempted. Tho witiiLs of our people, nrising tion enn be judged. If doctrines or theories from the deficiency or imperfect distribu K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD. are presented which do not satisfy tins tion of money circulation, oucht to Ik .. PRACTICAL. P. W. GREEN, test, loyiu Aiiifncnnism must pronoiinco fully and honestly recognized nudelliclently Train i.aves Kowiand at 7 oo a. m., returning remedied. It should, however, be constantthem false and mischievous. The protection In the exclusive um? and ly rememliervd, thnt tho Inconveniento or Plumbers and Steam Fitters. This stable, which Is nin In connection with the enjoyment of their property and earnings, loss thnt nilsht nric from such it situation & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Myers House, has been supplied with all Vlnds of Iron and Ilrass Hoods ior Dealer conccdedly constitutes the cpecial pur enn Ih much easier borne than tho unlver-8Ji- l sieamand in water Gisals of All .. .. jm 9 pm North distress that must follow a discredited work guaranteed Sanitary dcfrttivu ad limit. and A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Mill train going rEX' poonnd mission of ourfice government against material .. i isopm South is so Interwoven with tho currency. workmanship This de-I57 ..........it 55 p m Express train " South Buggies, Wagons, Public officers are the nueuts of the peostructure of our plan of rule, that failure .. 3Sjnl " " North 051" to protect the citizens in such u.--e and en ple. It is therefore their duty to secure for -- 659 am Local Freight North And Drummer's Supplies and Is better than ever joyment, or their unjustifiable diminution mute wiioui iney represent tho iKst nml .S"p South. prepared to supply the public with by the government itself, is a botrnvnl of! !ost otllcleiit iierfoniiniico of nubile work. The latter trains also Chry passengers. I his plainly cnu bo best nccompllshed by the trut. I will deliver Ice every morning to families in KinST-OLAS- S The above li calculated on standard time. Solar RI03 OF AL.L. KINDS. v o nave, however, undertaken to Build rvcnnllm; nH'irtaliifd lltnr4 in th m1 Stanford and vliinity at 50 lenli pr ion pounds: ime it about ao minute faster . n great nation upon n plan especially our Hon of Kovcrnment employe-TIivmi confor jo to 100 pounds nt the rate ol 60 cents, and Personal and prompt attention given to Weddings, I'atticsand llurlals To maintain it and to furimh siderations alone nrv nuilloit'iit jtiHtlflcatlou under 5,0 pounds at thr rate of 7j cents own. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. 1 call tlirotiKh its nKency. tho nuvuia for the ac for nn honest ndliervncu to tho letter nnd sieclal attention to the lohn Premier I' W. GREEN, Proprietor. Co.'s Celebrated I X. L. fleer, for which A I. HURNS. Manager compiUhmcnt VtV' ot national objects, tho spirit, of civil service reform. There 11 re, Itrcwnir. Trains pass Junction City as Ipllows: I am agent. Will furnish in tithe- - Kc or boltlt. American are willlni through however, oilier feat tin of this plan which Q AC Special ia:soam.; rast d C. SINE. fetleral taxation to .surrender n part of nbundailtlv commend it. Tiimin;li its on- - Write for prices, K. 11KEMRR, Stanford, Ky. Mail 13:57 P- m.; New Orleans Limited 3:17 p. m.; -- TIIK STANFORD; ijlf r Special 8:40 pm. oration worthier merit In every .suitlou nnd tut-icariuiiK" 111111 At C. Special 3:06 a- We present above tho picture of our legislation condition of American llfo is recoinilr.t-- in Tariff n fiuiiili.ir Limited 1:48 Grass Special 6:00 a. m. ; Cincinnati wort)iy townsman, A. 0. Sine, who is a form of federal taxation, riuch leuhilntion tn.e distribution of publie employment, p. m.; Fast Mail a.iS p. m. . while its application tends to riii.MMhe restiltH an surely in 11 tax ujwn MISS LICCiE BEAZLEY, candidate for rand warden of tho grand life of our people n tho tributethe dally-' ftnndnnl of iKillticnl activity from Hitoiin wild dfHas contracted with responsible firns lords plants rectly into the hnnds of tho taxgatlierer. hunting and unthinking jinny nfllliiitlon of Kentucky Odd Fellows. S. A. lodco and will have the Ice and Klrctric Plants complndvoency of party principles by We feel the burden of these tariff taxes too to ete in about sisty dars; the Water i'tant soon afHe was born in Hampshire county, pnipaoiy to iw peruntiei uy any sophistry SURGEON DENTIST. ter. "" "" nrKuiiivni. a Corner Maiu and Depot Streets, Mil. 1 110 .i!ieru-nYa., April 9. 1817. He was initiated in that they do not exist, or nro paid by forIn order to place Individual contracts in adpeople nro in Office over Severance & Son's Store, Main street, vance for taxes Kontucky. offers the Water and hlectri Light, the Company a diml-nutio- u grateful; they have impressed the.so char- Stanford, Ohio Lodge, No. 1, Cincinnati, 0 , April eigners. of Suchproperty Stanford. followingthe rights of the people acteristics ux)ii their government. ThereNecessary water pipes will be laid, ennnectrd to 15, 1SGS, nnd lias been an active working are only justifiable when laid nnd collected fore all patriotic nud Just citizens must Mas just recclted a handsome line of Spring and pine and work Millinery consideration for our summergenerally and invites her friends and the mains at actual cost lor and necessary futures furmember over since. He wns a charter for the purpose of maintaining our govern- commend liberalsoldiers Electric B. to. sll In and get hit Choice nished free wires put In ment, and ttirtilihinir tho means for tho worthy veteran nud for the fam- public ot charge member of Osage City, Kansas, Lodge nccomplishniHut of its legitimate purpose ilies of those who riled. So complaint Mats and lloiinct trimmed in Iho latest styl by To be of bet uatity and guusnlrcd to give most artistic hands should be sstlsfaition and has helped to organize and build up and functions. This u taxation under the money paidmade of the amount of public The schedule of adopted ratrs Is from 15 to 30 to those actually dlwililed or operation of a tariff for revenue. It """ per Cent, lower than Is usually given Main street, in office recently sevaral lodges in the West nnd in this professions of American made deiieurif nt by army sen ice. Hut our the CBttSWWTsL Office South side vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. State. For six years he has ben a fn-- Institutions ami its justice and hon- peusion roll sliould be a roll of honor, tin Schedule of Yearly Wator Rates. contaminated by III desert esty answer test supplied by a uiivltiated member of Stanford Lodge Xo. 15G and appreciation the the principles upon correct by demagogic use. This isdtieandthoMj whoso of to which Dwelling of j rooms, one faucet $ 5 oa worthy names adorn the mil, and to nil R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. with other members has labored faith- these institutions rest. Lai h additional room jo delight This theory of the fully to bring the lodge to its present festly enjoins strictturift legislation mani- our people who It is also to honorthosobrave Kach additional faucet en duo to economy in public ex- nud tho true. who Stores, Ranks and 1'rivate Offices, laucct . 5 00 DENTIST. progressive conditiou. He projected the penditure. nud their limitation to leuitt- - in years to come should be allowed to hear, ltalhs, private, one Isiutt . j ou : mate public es, reverently ..i... iwi.iihij, me lloae attachment lor sprinkler . lis it ....... $00 I. moving to in. Higg.ns otiice L.ncaste; street enterprise of buying the Commercial as absolute extortion any exaction,exhibits ca patriotism and fortitude,story 111 jiiiit'll Stables, private, one animal a o illtistniteii by by wny N trous Uxide uas ,"" Hotel property and erecting the Odd of tnxAtiou, from tiie STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Kach additional animal too of the two- -' our lwlon roll. The preferences accorded I to Veteran soldiers in Fellows' building, which will be built pie, beyond the necessities of it careful mid should bo secured to nubile einnloviiwnt ! proper administration of government them honestly mid Electric Light Rates. in the spring. Besides having filled all IM. Opposed to thU theory, the doginii i.s now without evasion, nnd when cnpublu and ' DR. For commercial use: worthy, their claim to the helpful rvgnnl , the ollices in the Subordinate Lodge, nnd lwldly presented that tariff taxation is nntl gratitude One arc and three 16 c. p. incandescent lamp of their countrymen should I Hom&pathlo Physician, justifiable for the expre.-- purjKise nd per tear Encampment of Odd Fellows, he is a Intent of thereby promoting ...........m.....$ro 00 be ungrudgingly acknowledged. For 16 1. p. each incandrtecnt light, per mo. 60 . - -- - KENTUCKY past oilicer in tho Knighta of Honor, ests nnd enterprises. Such it especial inter-is 1110 STANFORD, ' Ol IIIB Ul proposition iimiunumuveio ' M "so most individual lilwrty consistent with bo clearly contrary to the spirit of our con7 i to 3 p. m.; 8 to Red Men and Knighta of Pythias, and stitution and ho directly encourage.10 to is a. ro peace and good order is a cardinal prlnci Office Hours: 1 5 the ip.m pie of our government. This gives no . served several terms as secretary in tho disturbance by helflshnms nnd greed of pa For Residence Use: Office on Lancaster street,opposc.Uu, For nt 16 c p Incondesctnt lamp per mo triotic would sanction to vexatious sumptuary laws to Masonic Lodge. He has taken a lively nnlely shock ouriniii tut siniemenihad jieople, if they not which unnecessarily interfere with such i interest in nil tne secret benevolent or Already been iiisiduously nil tired from tho habits and customs of our ieople as are M M T?oiia Rranfih Jellico Coal Oo bafe lnndmnrks of principle. Xever have not offensive to a just moral setiso and aru .li additional ' I ders for the past 20 years, nnd has serv- honefct desire for nntionn.1 For each so growth, p;ttriotlc not Inconsistent with good citizenship and for further information, apply to and shippers of the GENUINE ed almost constantly as secretary in one devotion to country, and sincere rvgard for the public welfare The samcprlnclple reMiners si-J W IIAYDKN.Sup't.&c. those who toil, been so betrayed to the sup- quires that tho lino between the subjects or more lodges. which are properly within governmental port of 11 pern iciotiH doctrine. Odd Fellowshiy is making rapid adIn it behnlf, the idea that our infant in- control and those which are more fittingly We are the sole agents for Stanford and left to parental regulation should be care Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and rail vancement in Kentucky nnd its increase dustries should bo fostered did service un- fully kept in view. An enforced education, til discredited by our stalwart growth, road crossing, in membership is greater than any of then followed tin1 exit-ci- if if nf tri-llil- . wisely deemed a proper preparation for OF STANFORD. KV. HIGGlNS'&iWATTS. 6 the other orders. Stanford Lodgo is en- war which made our people heedless of tho ! citizenship, should not involve the Impair titled to the honors of a grand lodge of- opportunities lor ulterior schemes afforded meiu 01 wiioiesnie pareniai nutnorlty nor 'mssshVL& 'slTssv'TTr Stock- fice because of its active membership, its by their willing and tmtriotlc nnvment nf tio violence to lUe iiouseuoiil conscience. unprecetlentetl tribute; and now, after a Paternalism in government finds no np location and because this portion of the long Dealer in prov.al In creed of Democracy. Dealer in the above State has not been favored for a long denedperiod of peace, when our overbur- symptom tiiemisrule, whether it IsIt is a of countrymen ask for relief nud a mani-:- time. Attention of the public is invited to the fac restoration to a fuller enjoyment of their fested In unauthorized giftM or by unwar- Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs . G cods sold for Cash only. The grand lodge meets at Covington, incomes and earnings, they nre met by the ranted control of iiersonal nud family Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. thai this is the oaly National Rank In Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act I'ertons hsvinir any of the above described sto'k Oct. 11, and if the body wishes to honor claim that tariff taxation, for the sake of airalr. lust received my Fall Stock of Shoes and for sale or wishing to purchase same, will do wi.ll depositors are secured not only by the capital cordiX the cltiren. of thU vicinity to call one of its best men it will give him the protection, is an American system, the of Our people, still cherishing the feeling to call on or address me An cancrleiice of fifteen stock, but by the stockholders liability lor an evhuman fellowship which belonged toour years In this business has been profit me continuance of which Is necexry, in fn and examine then.. Good, sold low than to and amouut equal to the slock, ao that depositors of Staple and place lie is seeking. order that high wages may be paid to our beginning as a nation, their gov- I think I can mako it profitable ofboth to the buyer this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. er. Remember I am headquarters a lor soon have complete line express for them their sympa Five sworn statements ofthecnndilion "f tl.u bank workingmen nnd a home market lie pro- ernment to Fancy Groceries.- Will I' O address Stsnford, Ky. 100 are made each yearto the United States govern LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. thy with nil those whonre oppressed under and teller. the Myers Mouse. vided for our fnnu products. Hardware Office at RowUnd, Ky. ment and Its assets are eaamtned at stated times "ffHlwroVt These nretenves should no Innmr .lw.t r. any rule less free than ours. by government agents, thus securing addililona Mrs. A. II. Kicu was awarded tho The truth is that such h system is directly A generous hospitality, which is one of nd ptrfcit safety to depositors. antagonized by every sentiment of justice the most prominent of our national char premium on a Japanese quilt ut the h This institution, originally established as the Jol.aA and fairness of which Americans (IIV llir I acteristics, . ..... (r... us to miivuimv tho Deposit Hank of Stanford in igjJ, then fairovor 14 entrieB . eminently proud. It is also true Unit while worthy and Industrious of nil lands to ued as the National Hank ol Stanford In 1S65 and Elijah Iear, one of Garrard's oldest our worKiiignien Hedgi again the First National Hank ol among us. 1 nis MI am acent for The Central Kentucky nnd fanners can, least of uuuies ami Lancaster, and ofler the seryic.s o and most substantial citizens, died at bid nil our people, defend themselves against hospitable sentiment is not violated, how . Stanford In iS8s, hss had practically an uninter bThmyse f and the Company to the ciwcmol residence near Hiattsville Wednesday, the tinnier homo ruptcd oxistencoof ta yuars Ills better supplied life which such tariff tax- ever, by careful and reasonable regulations very thankful for the aow with tacilitlea for transacting business prompt Lincoln Ky. deceived and hope by lair dealing to lie was buried in tho Lancaster cemete- ation increases, the workingmnn suffering for the protection of public health, nor doos ly and liberally than ever before in its long and from the importation and employment of it Jtistily the reception of immigrants who mePri a continuance. Farmers in ned o 1 l Rood ry Thursday afternoon. honorable tareer Accounts of corporations, fiduI have no appreciation of pauper I have quite a number of 1 ARMS lor sa! ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-tc- d fence will find me at the Myers House in Stanford l the Master Commissioner U. A. Burn-sid- e friends, lalmr, iimtlgntwl by his professed and whose presence among our institutions 11s is a menace and seeking security for his inter- very best II limits in Lincoln county. " e9a7C.6mOUUty CUrt made tho following sales .Monday. eats in orgnnizetl MW. JOHNSOS. The Directory of this Hank is composed ol to cao-angood onhr. Them Farms are alt well improved and good 20 acres of land lyimr on Sugar Creek, for a division of the advantages still waits 'lht iiniKirtaiico of the Niranigna ship rich lands, running in sue from 50 to 500 Acres. T. J. Foster, of Stanford; secured to Considering richness ami ferForestus Keid, Lincola county; J. II. YEAGER bought by V. J. L.mdram, nt $81; a his emplnver under cover of a Kenerous so- - cnnal as a means of promoting .oinmerce tility of sod, thcis locality, theirturnpiles and rail I. .M.llKUCr. the cuiivenieuce of lot in Lancaster, near the depot, to J no. licitude for Ids wuges, while the farmer is between our slate and with foreign couti J. W. llaydea, Staaferd; to roads that learning tlint the prices of hu products are tries, and nlso us u contribution by Ameri- arc cheaperbring market, rightany our door, thoy Jennings, nt SUI; J nrres of land, lying than Lands S.H. HaHghmnn, Linaolrw other counly.in foreign markets where he suffers cans to the enterprises which advance tho Iho State Theretho srarcely ofa Farm the counllxttl in lower Garrard, beloiiKUii: to Marian from in competition is in M.J. Miller, Ml. ViriHtnt a invited anil built up ' interest of civilization, should commund ty over s miles from a docot larl8bury'fl heirs. LouiMit bv II. II. by the system he is asked to support. S T. Harris, I.tnassln; the project to government approval and 'I he county is checked with turnpikes running LIVERY, FSED AND SALE STABLE TnrnlinBOU, for $100; lUacns of land to The struggle for unearned advantages nt endorsement. inevery direction Thttre is not a publie road en J. S. Mocker. Stanford; W. Hay forS71.25 per acre; 15 acres to me iiutirs ui im- - KUYtTiimeiii iramtiies on Our countrymen not only extiect from u ring the county seat that is not Macadainiied. (. A. Lackey, Lincoln; L. STANFORD, KY. have the Knoxville Ilranch of N. It. J. W Brown for $13.75 per acre: 15 acres the rights of those who patiently rely ujion thoso who represent them in public places Wedividing the county from Kaat theWest A-and the T. P. I Iill, Stanford. to R. assurances of American eipuilitv Kvery a sedulous care for the things widen are C. S. R R from North to .south: the K. C. R. R. to T. L. Broad d us forSCOO; o reto O. W. O. Welch, Stanford; July Thonboe firm went into effect patronage and the T. Grimes nt9'J.lS; 4 acres acresA. D. governmental concession to clamorous, directly and paltuihry related to their trom this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C. & O. or to spectfully asks a share of the W.I'. Tate, Slanlord favorites invites corruption in political af- ! J.V,.tVl "u,yftP - at Winchester, giving full access to the markets o iVT Hughes at $50. You had report of tho fairs by encouraging the expenditure of public. value of cultivating our tin- ,he whole world. Resides, wo have three largo OFFICRRS: ' Floor Mills til the county that give us a market Ila.selden cale. money to debauch sttll'rnge in Mipportofni liOIial pride and maintaining Otir national I.S. Ifockrr, President; Mrj. C. C. Storms and Miss Lottie poller directlv favoi-nblhome,in iirivnto nml honor. Botli their material Interests and for all our grain tight at regions and the develop-thei- r John J. McRoberts, Cashier; ol the moumaiu ol Kastern and '1 his in the end national pride and honor are involved ' ment first-daBorden were in Danville shopping Wed- selfish gain. must strangle in A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier. Kentucky bv tailrojds and Ihe out- Mavo been purchased and nothing but ..vru.ot. the mnrcHU of f hi. patriotism and weaken popular confidence nesday. Miss Kato Landrarn tins re- 111 turnouts will leave the stable. demand tion; and they w not be nc 1 nwl to con- - ' lct b",n V r',,oad,1 hand the rectitude of republican institutions. f" that wecan tot "" turned from Camp Nelson. Tom Eason eirni-- t done nnv nciWt hltS Though the subject of tariff ,mi 0f is visiting his parents this week. Mjbs involves a question of markets, legislation their go ernment ,i. instirein tho grandeur cnely retain enough lor homeconsumpllon. it also in- of this event a fitting iho people ate prosperous, generous 1ml kind, Lottio Border leaves next week for Cin- volves a question of morals. 17 exhibit of American ' believing in Christianity and education. There (J can not . cinnati, where slip will study nrt. Mrs. with impunity jwrmit injustice to taint growth nml greatness, and a splendid , is not a neighborhood in tho county but has a j gcod church and school-housOF STANFORD, KY., the spirit of right and equity which is the ueiuuiisi ration 01 American patriotism Clark Farris is visiting hor sister in I .. c. r I .u ...... -- . .... ..r I 1....1. 1. . jku- In oianiuru, Mrs. Mary Chcnatilt, of Kansas, life of our republic, and we shall fail to have an imperfect and incomplete manner I perous little iiickuuiiij ihui ..inuiii, i. a snd is Is now fully orgsnircd and ready for business with city of about a.too inhabitants thus endeavored to state some of tho the rencii our national destiny if grew! and from tne North is viBiune ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. beiiisuness lean 1110 wny things which accord with the views and east crcat doorway the Northwest toand North South and from Morgan Hudson. Mrs. William Jones Recognizing these truths, the national) intentions of the party ta which 1 have and standing as it does gating right Into the bos- Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. KY., STANFORD, and little datichter, Elizabeth, are visit- iemocrncy win seeK uy tiie application of given my lifelong allegiance. My nttempt om of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern Surplus, . - - - 19,000. s ing at J. G. Sweeney's. Miss Jessie At just and sound principles, to equalize to has not been to instruct my countrymen Kentucky backed up by the whole through region kinson, of bt. Joe, is viBiting Miss Jen- our jieople the blessings due them from tho nor my party, hut to remind both that it to allol the State with railroads runningnaturally SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL. points of the compass, makes Democratic near HANK OF STANFORD, nie Lacks v. Mrs. J. E Stormes is visit- iravernmeni niey support to promote ples of our doctrine lies nntl the princi- oneof the best located towns In the it cuth for government niuong our countrymen n closer comtends to pro- mannfactures and other enterprises of magnitude. Now closing up) with the same assets and under qThis Motel, renovated and refurnished, is now ing Miss Mary Annie Wilmore, at mote the people's good. I am willing to Water Works are now being agitated and right munity of irterests cemented by patriot-withe same management. in my charge and I intend to conduct it wasto Uy provisions of its chatter. deDOsitors mm and national pride, and to point out a be accused of addressing my countrymen above the town about of a mile but to add not only maintain its high reputation, accommodafield, where prosperous and diversified tilion right topics and in homely fashion, there could be erected Water Works with very fully protected as aie depositors in National fair to its long list ol friends. Special Uank), iU shareholders being held Individually Now Try Thia for I beliovs that would supply a of 150,000 inaru tions for commercial travelers and fine rooms for It will cost you nothing and will surely do you American enterprise may grow and thrive, found on the surface imixirtttiit truths thnt little cost that the purest and city waicr in the liable to the extent of the amount of their stock best habitants with of thought, and in the wholesome ntmosphere of American the dlsploy of samples. good If you have a cough, cold or any trouble with therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the they should be stated in direct anil simple world. Our littlo city has been newly rebuilt to amount industry, ingenuity and intelligence. throat, chest or lungs. Dr King's New Discovshares. It act houses its the last few Tariff reform is still our punny. terms. Though much Is left unwritten, Idences will yearsaud withbusiness cities of ard res executor,invested in such trustee, Ac, mayfully as ery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is guarA First-Cla- ss administrator, as as larger compare greater leaves no pretensions. Our merchants and tradesmen are an individual. anteed to Hive relict or money will bo paid back Though we oppose the theory that tariff my record as a public sen-an-t And 1ULLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached. Sutlerers from La Grippe found it just the thing laws may be passed having for the object excuse ior mistmuerstundmg my belief all prosperous and doing well To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us We have two JOSEPH COFFEY. uuuet n uv unu iicuy ami periect recov- the granting of discriminating and unfair and position on the questions which are banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are while mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank ot ery. Try a sample bottle at our expense and governmental aid to private ventures, Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and we now presented to the voters of the land for prosperous and in a good condition. have a leurn for yourself just how (rood a thing it Is TriFemale trust they will continue to transact their business wage no exterminating war ngainst nny their decision. We have splendid schools. We al bottles free at A. R. Penny's drug store. Large C5-A.SICollege, a large bnck building, with over 100 pu with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenCalled for the third time to represent the American' interests. We believe a readsize jo cents and $1. E3: same, our the prlncipalship ol justment cnu lie accomplished, in acconl-nnc- e party of my choice in 11 contest for the pits in attendance and under a nourishing condi- tion to and as liberaltwenty years' experiencecon-in banking accommodations as arc M. Hubbard, is in Prof. supremacy of Democratic principles, my tion. JWe also have a Seminary that is a good silient with sound banking. with the principles wo profess, withSpecimen Casea. out disaster or demolition. We bolleve grateful appreciation of it confidence less school, with Prof It, K. Johnson, at its head. We S. New Cassell, was troubled DIKICTOHS: Highest cash market price paid with H Clifford,and rheumatism,Wis., stomach was that tho advantages of freer raw material than ever effaces the solemn sense of my have one of the tiest Public School buildings ic his neuralgia should be acconled to our manufacturers, responsibility. this section of the State, with over 100 pupils in J.J. Williams, Mi. Vernon; disordered, his liver was alfected 10 an alarming for If the action of the convention you rep- attendance, and with other good private schools, and we contemplate fair ami careful disdegree, apnetite fell away and he was terribly reJ. M. Hall, Stanford; are excellent. duced in flesh and strength. Three bottles o( tribution of neceswiry tariff bunlens', resent shall Ire endorsed by the suffrages of you see our school facilities builmngs, J. S. Owsley, Stanford; We Electric Bitters cured him. rather than the precipitation of free trade. my countrymen, 1 will nsstimo the duties every have elegant church a full corpsrepresenting 01 denomination, with S.J, Embry, Stanford ; Edward Shepherd, liarrisburg. III , had a runof the great olllce for which 1 have been offias .class talent And are doing a better ministers o anticipate with calmness the misbusiness ning sore on his leg ot eight years' standing. Used representation of our motives J. H. Lynn, Stanford; nominated, knowingftill well its labors and than any class of men In the city. and purthree bottles of Electric llitters and seven boacs poses, instigated by 11 A. W. Carpenter, MltledgevtlU; &c, at I have tried to make this statement as fact), selfishness which Ierplexities, nnd with humble reliance ol Ilucklen's Arnica Salve and his leg Is sound upon tho Divine Helng, infinite iu power without anv exaggeration .or coloring, as those J. F. CasliTstanford ; and well. John Speaker, Catawba. Ohio, had seeks to hold In unrelenting grasp its unto aid nntl constant in a watchful care over who know will bear rr e out, and those who wish live large fever sores on his leg, doctors said ha fair advantage under present tariff laws. William Gooch, Slanlord, Ky. -buy pleasant homes at iair prices and locale to was incurable. nt mi. our favored nation. Yours very truly, One bottle Electric llitters and Wewillrelv unon tli intellii-pnr- n S. H. Shanks, President. among a good people with all the best surroundonelnjc Ilucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirc-fellow countrymen to reject the chnrge Grovkr CLKVKLASD. SrANFORD, KY. ings would do well to call and see me before pur J, D. Owsley, Cashier. Gray Gaiilus, Sept. M, isjx Sold at A. R. Penny's drugstore. li iyr that a party comprising n majority of our chasing elsewhere aW. M. Bright, Teller. luxation rnjtistlllniiln lit Time of rence Tree Trmlo Myth The I'tircn ltllt Currency teiiilon.i:tc. To Hon. William I Wilson nnd Others, Committee POWDER poonlo in planning the destruction or Injury of American interest., nnd we know they cannot bo frightened by tho spectre of Impossible free trade The administration and management of our government depend on popular will. Federal trower Is tho Instrument of that will not its innster. Tlicrefom tho of tho opponents of Democracy to interfere with nud control the sulfrnge of the state, through federal agencies develops n design, which 110 explanation can mitigate, to roverM! the fundamental nnd safe relations between the people nnd their government, jmich im nttempt can not fail to bo regarded by thoughtful men as proofs of n bold determination tosccuro the ascendency 01 a discredited party in reckless disregard of n free expression of tho popular will. To resist sudi scheme Is an impulse of Democracy. At all times nnd In nil places wo trust the people. As ngainst n disposition to forco tho wny to fetleral iniwer, wo present to them nsourclnimto their coulideuce and support, a: steady championship of their rights. The nconlu lire entitliHl fi imiinil nml honest money abundantly sulllcient in volume to supply their business needs. Hut whatever may be tho form of tho reoiile'i currency, national or Matewhether gold, silver, or imiiht it should Im so regulated nnd guarded by governmental action, or by wise nnil careful laws, thnt no one can bo pt 1 For Sale. On Stock .Farm 15, 1TOTICX Is hereby given that ouroflVr to furnish free lamps to persons ordering lights piping 4 turcs at cott to those ordering water, will expire on beptrmbers, iSos, After that date the Stanford Water, Lijsht and Ice Co will furnish nil supplies rtotilfd at reasnnnhle prices. HOWE PUMP A ENGINE CO. 33 wire-Inga- M Saturday, Oct. 1892, And pursuant lo a decree of the I.incatn Circuit Court, the fine Slock Katm of It K. Gentry, do ceased, will he sold on the premises at i'.MIc auction to the highest bidder. This farm is on the Rush Branch turnpiko nud, about JK miles from Stanford, is woil watered, splendidly fencctl and EUSTW & BQWELL, KY., ContnliiH nbottl 305 Acres STANKORD, Of tine withnood residence, barn and stable thereon M(l,t of tho larm Is now In Blue Grass. This frm will first be offered for sale Country work solicited Estimates furnished in three separate tracts and then as a whole and Ihoxt bids or that bid accepted which amounts to -il--m themost, and 111 bo sold on credits of 6, taand iS months. IVeilon for seeding purposes wilt he given on and alter day of salo and full possession JanuaFIRE AND STORM ry 1, i.)3. For further information address at Stanford or call oa U. U. J, I1.GKNTRY. Hill .V McKoherts, p. 11. t.td Representing House, Sign, Dccorativo Faintor and Paper Hanger. J. II. R AUG UMAX, INSURANCE AGENT THE RILEY HOUSE London, Kontucky. firm-dai- Absolutely Pure STHATTB& CO., . myers house: X.X1TEHTT STABLE Prop. 5l. well-know- n l..SV gn XCE &3STP BEER. WLJBr SW'-- v: South-boun- e - Bine-Gra- ss uii-oui- North-bound-- nn-sent- s d Watertight and Ice Co. PRICE, flfflftu DR "" Milliner nnd Dress Maker ----- a W. PENNY, Dentist. sssssssfr 1 1 uiil-'lliuu- il nub-itrinc- e JOHN CRAIG, e - 39-'- T Original Jellico Coal. tl "" FIRST NATIONAL BANK J. S. HILTOIT, General Merchandise. WILLIAM 3IOKE LAND, Surplus Capital $200,000 20,000 - TO THE FARMERS. JSTJoXA. REAL ESTATE AGENT . Stanford, - J j BRUCE & YEAGER, ' ' it , 'new rigs and horses is - South-easter- n ' Give tlicni a Call. ', FarfflersBantc&TrastCo. THE GOFFEY HOUSE e. Lou-isvill- p. -- JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. Hluo-Cra- Nich-olaavill- e. n threo-fourt- Saloon 37-- tf I Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, jjF. ELKIK&CO., y.