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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892100701 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. DANVILLE. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1892. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. LANCASTER, GAHRARD COUNTY. I NO. 4 Ttvo hundred and eighty uluo 128 ik'ino-crt- republicans mid 15 proliibltton-H- a rcg!tired lieru Tuwwlny. MtH. Joocpli MnKoborte, of Colorado, and MJmShIIIu McRobirlH, of CanipbellH-vlllaro vialllnK tbo family of Col. Thos. McKobvrtfl. Mib. JanO Webb, wife of Uiulinrd Webb, llvirm between Dnnvlllo and Shelby City, ia at Ibis hour. (Thursday noon) thought to be hopelwuly ill. The family camo hero from Kayulto county KQvernl years atso. Mrs. Adelia Proctor, of Woodford county, and Mrs. Mary Wentberford, oj Andoreon county, are visiting their slater. Mrs. V. H. llowman. The first nam ed la 78, the becond HI and Mrs. Jiow-mGO years old. Hiram Gilpin and John Lucas, Uo for grand white men, ono year Drye, colored, uinht yeara and Ulll for manalaughter, were taken to Frankfort Wednesday by Shrill Bailey and Deputy Baughman. MIh Mnttle Duko was called to Independence, Mo., Tuesday, by the aeri. ous lllneaH of her sister, Mrs. G. L. llev. Jamea J.Lucas, for 20 Chririimiu. years I'resbyterian missionary at Allah-abaIndia, is here on n visit to his old home. VunPelt informs the lTKitioii Journal Unit the groa receipts of the Danvillo olllce for thu 2d quarter ended September IW, 1SDJ, amounted to For the corresponding quar$2,2 15.50. ter In 18!l tbo receipts were $1,002.22. 31. If This shows nn increaso of Increase can be maintained through this the next two quarters to March. 'M, '03, class and will lUnvilln will bo rated be entitled to a government building. olllco the grots To make this a receipts to March 30, I81MI, munt reach 88,000. The gross pjcelplh for the fiscal year ended March 30, 1MI2, amounted to I7.SI1.50. lacking only SlkS.50 of reacho, WM. M. FINLEY. nn lar-een- d, Judge Finley, as his frieiuU call him, is one of thu best all around newspaper men in the State. lie was born in Shelby villc, Ky., in ISoS, entered Centre College in 1871 and after a couple of years there went to Monmouth, III., where he graduated in 1878. In thu same year ho took a position with (lie Courier-Journa- l as reporter, which position he held for two years and then went on tho Louis-villt- i Post. A year later he was made its managing editor and when Col. Sears resigned in 18S0, ho took editorial charge and held that responsible position, witti credit till the paper was bought by Col. Bennett II. Young, wlioisnoweditor-in-chief- , with Judge Fin ley nearest to tho throne. In Deeembur, 1SS1, the judge took to himself a wife in thu person of MiKsSusio Pinole, a highly accomplished and beautiful woman, in this section, and especially in Danville, where she wio educated. Judgo Finloy is of a very independent nature and it has been a hard job in limes past for the owners of ho Post to hold him in prescribed bounds. He hates shams, dispises jobbery of all kinds and tuually goes for them with a pen dipped in vitriol, if necessary. Ho is a lino writer, aa agreeable companion and an amiablo gentleman, so long as his fouthers are uot rubbed tho wrong way; then won betide him who merits Ills displeasure. The judge is daily growing in journalistic grace, has plenty of e money to enjoy any luxury ho may nnd a loving wife to share with him his joys and sorrows, if ho have any of thu latter. Goo luck to him nnd her. well-known 1 do-sir- Post-mast- $-'- 83 -'d child of Big Jim Allen, on Cnnu Creek, had its collar bone broken on .Sunday. John Iinndolph's infant child died on Fryo's Creek, Sunday, and was burled nt Vandeveer's grave yard on Monday. On tho 3d Inst.. Mr. Thomas Miller. of Mlddleburg, was married at this place to Miss Anna, daughter of Itev. Thomas, pastor of tho Methodist church at that place, by Mr. A. J. Gibony. Wo have several on the sick list and several improving. Mrs. Belle Stone, .Mrs. John Wilkinson and tho aged Mrs. Ithodn Gibbons ire improving, while Mrs. Fidelia Sharp and Mrs. G. A. Prewitt are still on tho sick list. TherowB8a trotting match at tho track nt this place on last Saturdav. but not being present we failed to got tho names of those horses entered in tho ring. We understand, however, Hint Os Bowman's horse made tho best speed. Mr. William Gibbons started on his return to his homo in Knoxville, Tenn., on lost Sunday. Mr. Smith, a nice gentleman from Louisville, who has been on hand for some timo purchasing from our countrymen for shipping purposes, is still among us. The Portman Brothers, who after tho big fire herosover.il years ago only put up a temporary box structure for their grocery business have had this rolled to the rear of their lot and are now laying the foundation for a splendid business house in front. From present prospects tho indications are that tho gap made by the terrible tiro on that night, will, in tho course of time, be filled with much superior buildings four-year-o- ld Bp-pi- A T. J. B. Turner and family have Ha-Beld- HCXJiTTiniTG-'ENORMOUS S than the old. HUBBLE. Sd-cla- aa moved to tho nuw Hardin property on Richmond street. W. A. Arnold has rented the corproperty in tho north-wener of the public square and will 'start a baker shop. Laura Brown, n coon, was fined $5 in the police court for being drunk nnd disturbing tho peace and quietude of battle Bow last Sunday. A majority of the farmers have posted their lands against hunters hiu! fishermen. Of course this will uot interfere with thoceiners and psrtio Killiugquail. A business meeting of tho Tomliii' eon Democratic Club wns hold Tuesday. A large number of tho members were present. Tho office of secretary hoing vacant Judge M. D. Hughes wns unanimously chosen to fill the place. Mr. A. C. Myers, whore handsome now livery stable was burned Thursday night, will begin rebuilding nt once. Wo understand that it will bo mado with s fire walls aud larger than the ono destroyed. Mr. Myers-ia hustler nnd never lets the grass grow under his feet. .Mr. Will Wherritt and wife, of Versailles, are visiting nt W. II, Wherritt's. Mrs. Jno. K, Storms has returned from Nicholasville. Mrs. Dr. Joo Rogers left Wednesday for Bloomingtnn, Ind. Mrs. E. W. Harris leaves this week for Louisville, where sho will visit Mrs- O, H. Irvine. Master Joe Hacker, of Richmond, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Joo Carr. Rev. Amos Stout is in Louisville this week. Messrs. Frank Mnrksbury and Joo Haselden visited Crab Orchard Sunday. Mr. S. C. Denny, toller in tho National Bank, is spending his vacation traveling through tho West. st L SHOWS ! Monster Tripple Circus, Mammoth Double Museum, and Millionaire Menagerie Weird, Wondrous Troupe of Japanese, Avery, Aquarium and ZEHiRIEIE HORSE FAIR -- Will Exhibit at- - Stanford, Monday, Oct. 10, r..iTO:Kr9 first-clas- s satxjjbmy, or. s9 Giving two performances daily at 2 and 8 i m. Admission: Adults 50 cents. Children under 12 years 25 cents. GRAND FRKEi STREET PARADE Of Glittering Gold and Gorgeousncss daily at 10 a. m. . - Rain or shine, the shows arc given complete beneath the largest absolutely waterproof tents ever constructed. Tlie Only Bijj SIiow Comiiij: to this Section tliisYcar ing 2d-cla- It. L. Miles, a printer, who has been working in tbo Danville Demonrat office since last May, "cut his caper" Tups-danight when he obtained $10 on a forged order from Mr. Fox, of the Democrat, to Sam Lyons, the clothier. He also got a small gold watch and chain from Mha Minnie WilharU, for which he was to pay her $20 "next Saturday." It has been learned that ho bought a ticket to Ixulsvlllc, which city he claimed as his home. lie left on one of the late trains Tuesday night. Miles also "got" Mrs. Steinberger for 515 worth of board. Miss Amelia I. McDowell, daughter of Joseph McDowell, and niece of Commissioner Nicholas McDowell, waa mar ried at the First Presbyterian church of Danvillo Wednesday at 11 a. m., to Hon. John M. Brooks, mayor of Middlesboro. Uev. K. M. Green, D. D , waa tho ollkla-tinminister. At tho same hour MUs Maggie Went, of this place, was married to .Mr. John J. Conway, of Cincinnati, by Uev. Father James J. Pike, of tho Catholic church. At 7:30 in tho evening of thu stimo day Miss Lcttio O. Cowan, daughter of tho late James Cowan, was married to Dr. M. M. Leech, tho veterinary surgeon. Uev. K. H. Ward, y The meeting at McKendree, conS. Dunbar and fatnilv. Dr. Herring reports a verv bad case ducted by Revs. Helm nnd Arnold, is of typhoid fever in Burdett Ball's fam- - progressing nicely. There have been ily. closed his meeting at Bright's School-houTuesday night with 20 additions. Tho Kuah Branch Turnpike Co. is going to repair their gate property and Wm. Todd will movo in with Tliomas Smith, the present keeper. D. N. Prewitt has bought some corn of W. J. Huffman at Sl.75 and is shucking it in the field now for hogs. Thos. Wood bought some fat hogs in tho neighborhood for 4. J. B. VanCleave, of Missouri, is among us looking for some good jacks. O. P. Underwood created quito a sensation Monday in Harrodsburg, wlieio ho delivered his ?l0 rnulo colt. Some doubted the colonel when ho told them It waa a colt, thinking it was a yearling, hut you need not doubt the colonel when Old Yellow is in it. se well-grow- Julius Lon, of Louisville, is visitim? CHURCH AFFAIRS. A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER During the year 1892 I hand a full and complete shall keep, constantly on stock of Bro. Taylor 1 CRAB ORCHARD. g 1). 1)., of the Kpiscopal church, Lexing- ton, performed the ceremony. A man perhaps 30 years of age, giving tho name of Charles Marsh, was taken to Lebanon Thursday morning by Deputy Shorlll James II. ;Baugbman to answer a charge of grand larcenj. Kar-lInst week bo stopped at tho house of a Mr. Durham, n little this side of Lebanon and waa put to work shucking corn. Some time during Monday of this week he slipped Into the houso and taking an overcoat, a shot gun, a lot of jewelry, etc., he lit out across the country, htcuriug towards Danville. Mr.' Durham and others camu hero ahead of him nnd left for homo beforu his arrival, after leaving a description of tho thief and tho goods stolen with the ollicera. Tuesday night alout II o'clock ho camo in tho pike from tho direction of Parksvillo and was resting at Faulconer's store when arrested by Sheriir Bailoy nnd Jail-o- r Shumate. All tho stolon gooda except the jewelry was found in his possession. Marslt hays his homo is in Pitts-lunPa., and beyond that will not talk, having probably learned by experience that Bilencn is golden under the him. y Tho meeting at Sugar Grove, conducted by KIder J. G. Liviugston, is still in progress. Dr. Kstes, of McKinney, waa hero Sunday to seo his bust girl. Miss Kva Buchanan is visiting her sister, Mrs.Jno. A. Haldeman, in Louisville. Everything is dull hero. Tho farm, era are at home cutting corn and Bowing of wheat. M. J. Harris sold n corn to tho Peacock Coal Co. Alex O. Hopkins, Sunday-Schoevangelist of the Christian Church, was here Sunday and Monday and delivered two very entertaining lectures. W. J. Filiniflton has gone to Louisville to study medlciue. Dr. Beazley, our quandam dentist, has taken his shinglo nnd hung it out in McKinney. The doctor is a splendid workman and we take pleasure in recommending him to the peoplu of that place. Dr. Davo Logan, of Boyle, is nt C. O. Springs for his health. Wu hope thu geu'al doctor will bo greatly benefited. car-loa- d ol n HUNTING'S SHOWS. Next Monday. The greatest race ever trotted in Amurica will bo tho Transylvania stake of 15,000. at Lexington, next Monday. Of tbo 20 original nominations, 1!) declared on Got. 1st, as follows: Little Albert 2:10J, Kremlin li:llj, Anderson's Nightingale '2:V., Now York Central 2:13; St. Vincent '2:131, Paragon 2:13, Nightingale Hamlin's 2:H, Hazel , . Azote Major 2:14 J, Wilkes Alabama 2:15, Gillette 2:17. Fred S. Wilkes 2:18, Dandy 2: IS, Mont Kopo 2:1S, Sallio B. 2:20 and Florida 2:201. making u field that has never been equaled or oven approached. On tho same day, those attending will Hee'iu addition to this great 'race a brilliant contest in the 2:17 clans, ono of tho races over trotted and best u great race in tho milu dash for 2:11 class pacers. Thu railroads will all run low special rato excursions and wo expect to sec tho greatest racing nnd tho largest crowd ever on a trotting track Don't fail to attend. 2:1-112:1-11two-year-ol- d Tho above Mammoth Amusement Enterprise will visit Stanford Monday, Oct. 10, in all its vast completeness, coming by its own immenso train of specially constructed cars nnd bringing with it a holiday for all. This bIiow comes with tho highest recommendations from both press and public and tho Cincinnati Enquirer of Aug. 30, this year, says: ''Ono of tho best shows, if not the best, that has ever visited Cincinnati pitched its tents yesterday at the corner of York and Freeman streets and will remain for three days, giving two performances daily. Too much cannot bo said in praise of this amusement institution. Bob Hunting, tho proprietor, Is undoubtedly tho best clown the world hns over known, and from tho timo ho makes his appearance in tho ring until his exit the audience is kept in it continual uproar of laughter by his quaint sayings and cute antics. Of the many features exhibited tho following am perhaps tho mo3t noticeable: Nona Tatalli, the Spanish beauty, on thu Hying ring; Paulino Stokes, tho famous lady bareback ridor; Itobert Whitaker, the world's'greatest jockey hurdle rider, and Prof. Mohr's troupo of almost humanly educated ponies and dogs. In fact, out of the 21 acta given not ono of tho ordinary 'fill-ikind could be found and tho entire performance was n rare treat to tho thousands present." n' two additions and several havo been reclaimed. Elder J. S. Sweeney was pastor of tho Christian church Sunday morning, for the 23d consecutive time. This fact alone speaks volumes for this My stock of popular minister. Paris News. Rev. J. Q. Montgomery has received a call to the church at Burksville for all his timo and he is thinking of accepting Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ot it. Ho returned Tuesday, having preach drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas ed thero and at several other points dur DAuron in charge. A. R. PENNY. ing his stay. Rev. J. S. Sims is retained by Weet Vn. Conference, at Parkersburg for 4th year, one of the best locations in its gift. His old friends and admirers in Kentucky are glad to eo he is bo well appreciated. Paris Kentuckiau. Tho Christian church Sunday took up a collection for home missions amounting to 203. For years this church has given more to this came than any other church in tho State- - of this denomidation. Winchester Demo crat. i'r" We are making. Rev. George O. Barnes, wife nnd Misses Mnrio and Georgia Barnes, spent the night at Col. Welch's in going from Walnutta to Danville, where they were to commence a meeting last night. Tho meeting at Walnutta proved n very pleasant and profitable one. Elder J. G. Livingston is now in the or midst of n protracted meeting at Sugar School-housGrove near his home, with unprecedented success; 23 additions to the church of Christ, with n growing interest. Hundreds ere flocking in from a distance. The good work is still going on. May he live long and M. D. D. prosper in the good cause. SHOES THIS SEASON. Tho nuw Baptist church at Georgetown was dedicated Sunday, Rev. Howard Kerfoot preaching tho dedicatory sermon. The church is a handsome edifice of pressed brick, with stono trimming, and was erected at a cost of about 520,000. Thero was a debt of nearly on tbo building, which amount was raised at the close of thu services. A $1,500 pipe organ is to bo placed in tho Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, WATCHES, CLOCKS & JSWELRY SHOES. CIA1LTY e, LADIESgCHILDREN & M'ROBERTS HIGGINS. church. V YayT He m'dnTDoTT not uniMual forcolili contracted In tho lall rVt the Editor ol thu Interior Journal.) In mch cawt catarrh or chrenic bronchitis are almoit uru to nult. A will Chaii Oiiciuiii), Oct. 0. An articlu apCough Kemcdjr bolll of Chamberlain' lor euro any cold. Can you Afford to rlik o much ca- - peared in your Tuesday's issue that did so small an amount 1 Thu remedy l Intondcd mo great injustice. I was charged with teciallr" lor nail coin aim croup ami can oiwj - rf,inild .imon. . Koi aatc by l)r. M. 1.. llouriic. assaulting D. G. Slaughter, which is un, ... r' . Druggist and optician, atanioru, ivy. to hiiitf on all winter. Hit "-I- m true. If I luivu done anything to bo Buoklln'BArntca Salvo. prosecuted for, I am ready for trial. I The belt ialve in the world tor cuu, bruiiei now have no apology to make. tetter, alt rheum, fever torei. ulcert,chilblains, cornt aorei,all skin erup it and As I was donu an injustice I hope you hand. cures pdei.orno pay requirtbn and poiitivcly to perfect aatuf action, will publish this statement. Guaranteed itiv ed. It i Joe McCi.uke. Itespt., or money relunded. Price aj cent per bo. late by A. R. Penny. Stanford, ky. For Thfrc I no uieof any aufferlng with the cholQood Looks. era when Chanrburlain's Colic, Cholera and rv.,.1 look are moro than pkin deep, depending Remedy cau bo procured It will give relief m chap-veUlat-rhi-- . "" ycur.tomacn oe irkiilneya it..i....i.u.voc vnu hive a uvioe . . . , ", ', in a lew inlnueoi and cure In a hort time, I have c tried It and know, W. If. Clinton, HelmetU, N. I have just closed a glorious meeting of 15 days n't Brotlhead. Bro. A. Mobley, of Casey county, assisted me in the meeting tho last nine days. Ho did 6ome good preaching. Tho Good Lord graciously revived tho church and blessed the preaching of the gospel, and glo. and for A reported outbreak of cholera at HeltuetU, N. rified His Son in the salvation of many J .created much uxcltement in that vicinity. Investigation showed that the disease waj not chol- precious souls. The congregations were Caxtnrta cures Colic, Constipation. "Caitorla Is so well adapted to children that Hour Stomucli, Dlarrlici'a, Eructation, era, hut a iolent dysentery which almost as selarge nnd attentive; the christians of our I recommend it as superior to any prescription vere and dangerous a choleru. Mr. Walter dl ? KUU Worm, gives sleep, and promote a prominent merchant ofjamcsburjr, two little town were prayerful and willing to known to me." II, A. Ancnin, M. D., pwtlon. ?. mile from Helmetta, ay Chamberlain' Colic, : Without .Injurious medication, So. Oxford St, BrooUn, N. Y. Ill Cholera and Diarrhcca Kcmedy has given great work for tho Master, with a few excepKallifaction in tbo most tevere case of dysentery. tions. Fourteen confessions by faith, 12 Tb Ccvtadb Company, 77 Murray Street, N. Tf. certainly one of the Lest thing ever made" It is For sale by Dr. M L. liourne, Druggist and Op- baptized, 5 restorations and one by letter tician, Stanford, Ky. makiug 20 in all. A great many more seemed to bo much interested in the salvation of their souls. To God bo all the J. N.MENEFIB glory. The church was much strength- A. C SINE Vhpn rinby wad sick, wo gain her Costoria. pastor's heart mado glad and ened, the When alto wan n Child, ehe cried for Costoria. tho whole community powcrfull awakWhen Bho became Miss, phe clung to Costoria. ened. May God's blessings rest upon VThcn she had Children, sho gave thorn Costoria. tho good people of Brodhead is our prayer. A. J. Pike. Vii f Infants 1 J FaI Children. 1 Lil-lar- d, & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Office " "T..1 j. tore, jo cent! per bottle. The epidemic at Helmetta was at firit believed to be cholera, but tubkOiuent Inveitigallon proved It to be a violent form of dysentery, almost at dangerous aa cholera. Thla remedy wat uicd there with great luccets. For Sale by Dr. M. It. Ilourue, and Optician, Stan ford, Ky Two trains collided on tho K. & C, J. Bnrlow Morehend, another of tho near Lair's, Harrison county, Suicide Society at Now York, killed Charles Vaughn, a brakeman. him-Bolf by shooting through tho heart. was worth half a million. killed Much He damage was done and all trains delayed 10 hours. STANFORD LUMBER . YARD, and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. UU "f WI "wiwh-jvh- i ifuv-- iiwn'4y$p'?"' u ' i?ff5! a Tub people's party speakers nro enBno. Bell, of tho Georgetown Times, deavoring to make capital against Mr. is getting to be funny in his old age. Cleveland in tho South by telling thnt Hear him: "Tho news from Georgia is Mrs. Cleveland rofuocd to attend tho untendered to Gen. WeavStanford, Kv.f - Octouer 7,1892 veiling of the statue of Robert K. Lee that the er, candidate of the peoplo's party for because she would meet there Miss president, in that Stato, was greatly eggs Winnie Davis and that on other occa- aggerated." sions he and his wife refused to be introTiik democracy carried tho day in duced to Miss Davis, &c. Mr. Cleveland in a letter to Editor Howell, of the Georgia Wednesday by 00,000, or about : Atlanta Constitution, gives tholio'direct tho same plurality thut Cleveland reto theee charges. Capital is also sought ceived in 1888, and tho democrats gainto bo made ;by the assertion that Mr. ed a Congressman from tho people's parCleveland treated Fred Douglass, tho no- ty, Watson being defeated in tho 10th. DEMOCRATIC TICKET- THE-- . The third party will cut io figure in the ted negro resistor of deeds in Washing Tor President, ton, with too much social courtesy. To South. GROVBR CLEVELAND. responds thnt this the Tins being a year of surprises it is not "when Frederick Douglass was in public For improbable that the successful candidate office in the city of Washington f, as ADLAI E. STEVENSON. Hindman in president, extended to him tho eame in tho 11th will he tho tho race. Newport Journal. Or to put We have concluded to extend the time to Oct. io, instead of Oct. I, as the limit, in order to give evKorConcrOT, courtesies, so far as public receptions, may prove erybody a chance, as the first lot went out very fast, and we have ordered another JAMES B. McOREARY. which were extended to other ollicials of it differently, tho Hindman tho lot ol Glassware, which will be same grauo. mis, ot course, was tnu For Circuit Judge, his due as a matter of official decency O. SAUFLEY, MIOAH NEWSY NOTES. and etiquette, nud I should have been Attorney. For Commonwealth'! Lord Alfred Tennjson, tho poet Ma ashamed to treat him otherwise." JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR. laureate, died at Londou yesterday, terial for campaign purposes seems to bo very meagre when such petty business morning. After a pleasant meeting nt Lexingelection for president of the as this is resorted to. It is a waste too The United States, congressmen and other of time and breath. Mr. Cleveland is ton tho bankers adjourned tanieet next officers will occur in a month and yet going to carry tho Solid Scuth though year at Paducah. These presents consist of Glasses, Lamps, Tea Sets, Elegant r Lamps, Water Sets and oth cr articles. There ib a colored couple in Camden, there is no apparent intorest manifested, all hell prevail against him. His popu especially. It is high larity with the masses makes that cer- N. J., who have 32 children, all of whom Nothing will be given for less than Si's worth oi goods. No drawim? or tickets about thi but a pres- in this flection nt given promply at the time of the sale. time that our people were n wakening to tain, were it not forthe force bill issue, are alive and well. Russia has herself contributed For $ i 's worth of goods we present you with a handsome Goblet, Salt Cellar or other article. the importance of the occasion. True which will always keep the South solid to alleviate the Buflerings of her j52s worth of goods we present you with n handsome Lamp with burner and chimney complete or there is no dancer that Kentucky's as long as it is before the public to ' famine stricken peasintry. electoral vote will" not go to Cleveland threaten and jeopardize its rights. Cream Pitcher, or Spoon Holder or two Glasses. he the de- The members of tho Homestead adand StevenBon, hut it should $3's worth of goods we present you with an elegant Water Pitcher, Kuttcr Dish,' Lamp or 3 Goblets. The stockholders of the L. fc N., held visory board charged with treason, wore kire of every democrat to run the mat5's worth of goods we present you with six Goblets or a Tea Set complete. their annual meeting at Louisville, Wed- held in $10,000 bail each. jority up to theTilden mark of over Sio's worth of goods an elegant Water Set, consisting of Pitcher, six Glasses and Tray, or nnthing of -- The Hon. James II. Ulce, a leading and co to work to help niako it. Tho nesday and elected officers for the ensuing year. Out of o2S,000, $300,801 democratic politician of Indiana, died at the same value. National convention Rave us a ticket $2o's worth ol goods and elegant China Lamp, an ornament fit to grace any parlor. that can not ho impioved on and a plat- shares of stock were represented. Tho Indianapolis of pneumonia. Milton II. Gov. Buchanan, of Tennessee, now form of principles that must touch the following wero of every true lover of his country. Smith, president; Stuart H. Knott, first tho people's party candidate for governheart A. M. Quarricr, second or, was rotten-eggeat Blountville. The man whose name heads tho ticket vice president; J. II. Ellis, secretary; W. A freight train on tho B. & O. ran isif tho highest order of American W. Thompson, treasurer. The report into a street cir in Cincinnati, killing statesmanship, honest to the hone and Ky. ho is honest. He has shows that the company owns and two and mangling fiyo other passengers. as incorruptible as A. HAYS, miles of road. The bonded Portions of Canada are covered with nearly every station of been tried in of pas- biiow and considerable quantities of it life and has never been found wanting. debt is $73,297,000. Tho number The House has not been in session sengers carried was 0,120,050, an in fall in ew York and Pennsylvania for week, owing to n several days' adOf hia running mate nothing hut good a can ho said. He, too, has acted well his crease of 10 10 per cent. The earnings Wednesday. journment and n lack of quorum. Near Branden, Miss., two negroes, part in the drama of life and shown derived from tho freight traffic for tho Tho Semite tacked seveinl amendof fl,535.4S7.1t, who had robbed a Btoro and assaulted himself to be a man of tho highest or- yearhhowsanincrea.se figures being $1I,0S0,4S7.73 gross the nlnrks. were taken from tho sheritl ments to tho corporation bill and pippwl der. With such a ticket and a declara- the it with the hank examiner clause strickOur new line of- tion of tariff reform, a reduction of tax freight earnings against $12,517,990 51 and lynched. en out. year, an increase The monetary conference of 18 powes to the necessities of an economically earned in the previous of 12 24 per cent. The entire gross earn- ers will be held at Brussels, Nov. 22. MT. VERNON, R00KCASTLE COUNTY. administered government, opposition to the infamous force bill and advocacy of ings were $21,235,721.55, leaving after Gov- - J. B. McClary is one of tho thru Win. Arnold swapped his 10 acre OS representatives of the United States. every measure that will lighten tho bur- paying operating expenses $7, 143,59!) firm to C. O Jones for a shot gun. road is splendidly managed dens of the people instead of filling the net. The After tho smoko of many revolvers Dnvnlt died at Gum Itev. O. l of unanimous coffers of the monopolists, enthusiasm and the compliment had cleared away at n fandango at Kyle, l Sulpher Wednesday of was worthily bestowed on the and patriotism should be stirred to the Coal Hoe's, Vases, Poker- -. ShovHs, Kitchen Set", Zincs, Rusi.i Texas, Tom Portis, an American, ami fever. officers who have done so much to build utmost. Lincoln county should give three Mexicans were found dead. Mr. Joe Poynter, at Livingston, Iron Pipe, cct the ticket 500 majority at tho very least up the vast enterprise. Mrs. Flora V. Woodward Tibbetts, writes that he has twins at his houtw and she will do bo if each democrat will Thk accession to the democracy of of Chicago, but formerly of Kentucky, girls. attordo as becometh him. such prominent republicans ns Judges hiw been sworn in as a practicing License has been issued for tho mar court of appeals at FrankFor CongresB Gov. 3IcUreary has no Gresham and Cooley and ney before the riage of Abel Lewis and Mary S.iinms, avowed opposition from the republicans, General Wayne McVeigh, who served in fort. G. W. Smith and Uobecca Cromer. MiTio;in coffee Dlautera at San Bo- but it would be well enough to be on Garfield's cabinet, has carried consterna Tho booths, ballot boxes and voting the alert, A still hunt is the republi- tion into the republican camp. These nita, are short of labor and are import- paraphernalia have arrived for putting can's favorite method of securing gatno gentlemen can not ondorso the robber ing Gilbert islanders, who they hive un- in operation the uew election laws. and it wont do to trust their assurance tariff, the pension profligacy and the der contract for three years at $7 per .Messrs. A. J. Fish and M. C. that they will have no candidate. Gov. other extravagancies of tho republicans month. are taking in the Louisville race. McCreary has made the district an ad- and have announced that they will supAt Catlcttaburg. Agnes Underwood, Editor Dyche, of London, was hero was and made a port the democratic ticket. Tho repub- tho murderess of Milford Brown, mirable representative Tuesday. national reputation for himself. We lican papers are already heaping abuse bound over to the criminal court under Judge Holt, of tho court of appeals, must keep him in Congress as long as he upon them and trying in every way to $1,000 bond, in default of which she wbb spoke here to a small audience Tuesday wishes to go there and increase his ma- belittle their decision, but it won't work. committed to jail. afternoon. Hut few had hoard the date jority each time to show how greatly we Rats desert a sinking slpp and these Jack Gentry, a notorious outlaw, announced. s by Sheriff appreciate him. three have foresight enough ,to get out was killed near Covington Jim Thompson, the man mentioned Coming down to candidates whobe du- before she goes too far down. and twO deputies. Gentry was want- in your last issue as having been arrestties, if elected, will more intimately afed for four murders!recently committed ed for drunkenness at your place, is not Sam J. IIoukrts, of tho Lex- and was killed while reeisting the offiwe have Judge M. C. fect our section, Euitok from Mt Vernon. Saufley for circuit judge and John Sam ington Leader, was assaulted in a very ce re. "Pap" Mullins was up from LivingsOwsley, Jr. for commonwealth's attor- cowardly manner and in tho presence The democratic State committee of ton Wednesday. He has ono of the ney. The latter was accorded a walk of hia wife by County Judge Bullock, Idaho withdrew its electoral ticket and best store buildings in the county and over for the nomination, a very decided whom ho had criticised in his paper. In indorsed the people's party electors. iloes a thriving businps. W. C . Pike compliment to a worthy and capable the fight the judge drew a pistol and This is said to have been done on the left with his family, Tuesday via the young man, while the former was nomi- struck his antagonist with it. A beauti- advice of the National Democratic Com- overland route, for the Indian Territory EVERY LINE NOW COMPLETE nated by such an overwhelming majori- ful specimen indeed of an officer sworn mittee. Mr. J, II. Ilaughman, of your place, was ty as to leave no doubt that he is the to uphold the law ! Fine and imprisonThe Michigan democratic conven with our merchants yesterday. Sher choice of the democracy of the district, ment should follow the outrageous act tion nominated Judge Win, Newton for man Colyer, who has been very low for and it should be the determination of of a judge carrying concealed weapons the Supreme bench, and the governor some days with typhoid fever, is a little that democracy to see that he is given to kill, if necessary, onu he has in mal- appointed him to fill the unexpired term better Miss Mattie It imsey did not s its lull strength. UI course the sup- ice aforethought determined to assault, of Judge Morse, the nominee for gova sntllc'ent number of pupils to beHardly. porters of his distinguished competitors but will ywfi vl wr j ernor. gin teaching music at this place. She. wero naturally disappointed at tho reIn the suit of A. J. Ford, trustee, of will go to Morgan county. TiiKState Central Committee lias made Richmond, Va., to dispossess B. W. sult, but we take it that they are allhon Mr. Hugh Miller and Miss Mollie appeals for speaking all over the State. orable men and true democrats, who Ford, of Castleton Stock Farm, the jury Coyle. both of this place, wore married W. J. Kendrick will having submitted to a plan of arbitra- In this section Hon. in Judge Julian's court gave a verdict in JellersoiivilleSaturdny last. .Mr. MilMiddlesbo-ro- , ment, are ready and anxiotiB to show Bpeak at London, Oct. 13, at for the defendant, securing him the ler is nn active young husinefs man, a 14 and Williamsburg, 15th; Gen. P. their acquiescence to the will of the maof the hum. son of Mr. M. J. Miller, our leading jority expressed at the polls. The de- W. Hardin at Manchester, the 10th and Columbus B. Ilarrrod, another merchant, nud the- bride is the estimable Winfeated candidates themselves showed at London at night; Hon. Boyd prominent Indiana republican, has come daughter of tho late C. C. Coyle, prom-ncn- t that they wero the true blue by imme- chester at Hsrrodsburg the 13th, Nichol ontfor Cloveland and Stevenson. This Mexican. railroad contractor. The diately accepting the result and promis- asyille 14, Danville 17th and Stanford Columbus was a long time in discover- young people found nomo objections 18th. ing loyal support to the nominee and ing the error of his way, but ho met from the families on account of the Tin: October number of the Illustiated with a cordial welcome from the demosurely their friends can not do less than bride's age. They returned Monday (Late Alexander's Hotel.) give theirs. It is not likely, we under- Kentitckiau, published at Lexington, cratic world. Courier Journal. and immediately went to housekeeping. stand, that Mr. Owsley will have oppo- Mrs. Eugenia 1). Potts editor, is a ConSpears, of Coffey-villLiveryman Jim sition, but that won't do to trust either. federate souvenir edition an! contains No Mob After Him. Knn". deserves, the distinction of Rates $2.50 Per Day. (To the Kditor Interior Journal.) See to it that your vote is recorded for 130 portraits of Confederate officers, be- being made sharpshooter-in-chieof the Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-HousCit.Mi Ohciiaiu), Oct. "). I notice in him. The republicans will no doubt sides much interesting hitherto unpuh-libhe- United States army. Three desperadoes matter concerning thelato war. It shot on the run in as many minutes, nnd yesterday's issue of the I.ntkhiok Jouit-na- l nomluate Capi. Herndon for judge, Ky. that you say "a crowd of citizens" there, will be a suffi is BUitable as a keepsake by every Ken- every oui of them through tho head, is with tho hope-tha- t : A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, W. R. LOGAN, got together to force my brother to leave : cient number of disgruntled democrats tuckiau. a record that is not often equaled. J. J. Marshall, clerks. Manager. here. Tho "citizens" are taking no part to elect him under cover of tho kangaroo The democratscarried Florida by even At the sale of tho Abdallah Park in the affair at all. It was only thd two ballot. Let's show them that they are a larger majority than they expected. It trotters at Lexington. 01 head realised McClures, Joe and John, and the Nareckoning without their host and that is fully 25,000, while the entire republi- $50,005, an average of $927. Tho total pier hrotheis, who manifested any hosevery democrat in the district is one can vote is only 0,000. Many negroes amount realized for the stock belonging tility, and when brother sent them word from principle and not when his man is voted the democratic ticket and the peo- to the estate of the lato W. II. Wilson the candidate only. It is useless to ple's party was alniGst lost sight of. The amounted to $70,710, making a goneral to come if they desired to come, that ho would give them u warm reception, they speak of Judge Saufley 'a fitness, for tho evidences are accumulating that tho averBgo of $593 for the 133 head. fumed and fretted and tried to take their bonch. He is one of the finest judges of South is still very eolid. Sir of tho Dalton gaug attempted to spite out on Col. Slaughter, because he law in the Stato and when elected will rob the banks at Coffey villi, Kas , but had been a friend to our family. I write Is Receiving Hii make a judge we will all be proud of. Thk treasurer of Kentucky paid the by tho citizens. A battle simply to let the public know that polls and biggest warrant Monday ever isaued were resisted this Let every democrat go to tho ensued and five of tho gang wero killed, the citi'iia of tho reputable part of this Yote the ticket that heads this column. against the State. It was for $090,809 and of not, however, till they had killed five community are not supporters of mob to transfer tho school fund duo Oct. 1. Go ids Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Thk prohibitionists are not entitled This leaves $250,000 still in tho treasury, the eiti.emj. Ono of tho gang only got violence, even if the case justified sucit uuder the new constitution to have the bo the legislature is safe for a while at away and a posse was hot on his trail at action. His enemies need not trouble last accounts. names of their candidates put on the of- least. themselves, hs brother has no intention Mr. Carlisle Bays: "I have not a poll two ficial ballot, as they failed to remaining in Crab Orchard. He has New York. It of good Mr. Clkvklani addressed the nation- particle of doubt about position in Pueblo and came back a per cent, of the vote, but they have obvi al democratic club meeting at New York is sure to go democratic by a safe majori- simply to see his aged mother and the ated the difficulty by filing a petition and as usual said something. His re- ty." His further talk on the subject of rest of the family. By the time this is J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. with 1,000 names attached as tho law marks were received with raptuous ap- politics iudicates, however, that he be- in print ho will already have returned to requires. plause and ho was tendered an oration, lieves democratic energy should bo re- his Western homo. over my 1892. By publishing this signature, Louisville's only music dealer, D. which was as.hearty as it was spontane- doubled in Virginia as well as in States you will greatly oblige yours resnt., Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. .Superior coiiMi in Literature, Muilc and ous. K.vtik Davis. that are always considered doubtful. P. Faulds, has failed. An. Excellent boarding department. Cataloguei and circulars furnished on appllcatioo. Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal J ova-tio- n FREE! I W. F. WALTON. I FREE! i rlUjjji AWAY, s. SIX PAGES. GLASSWARE GIVEN ILOIQIBVIILlLi; STORE. fore-ma- n. Given Away With Every Purchase of $l's Worth of Goods. $175,-000,00- 0 GO,-0- 00 Xj d Recollect we are Headquarters for Clothing", Shoes and Dry Goods. Stanford, Manager. V oper-ntes4,73- 1J CALL AND SEE Ky I HEATING iKrrnifvuriLTu 2. mj w B. typho-mnlftria- jllie K & W. H. WEAKEN. Ex-Attor- WW-lia- FULL! TO THE CELLING WITH By-er- NEW GOODS I SJEjE IS re if COME m hvttt L '" pos-sessio- n 8B1VJ51KANOK! & SdDWo - 11 THE WILLARD. e, r. -., . f d Louisville, H.6.RUPLEY,- MnmmimmA A Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli, L?J The Causa for Defeat. lie was a great boro, and was talking PROTECTION'S to a crowd about the coming election. Stanford, Ky., Ootoiikr 7 1892 Said he: Is good man; ho Is capable, COLONEL M'CLURE MAKES SOME UN"Jones a honest, fearless and conscientious. Ho ANSWERABLE ARGUMENTS. of tho K.O,WA!.TON1BUB.Mana(jer (will lnalco onco very kindmy ofUccr wo Ufa from iiavcd meed. Ho drowning." He Does Not Ttieorlxe, hut Gives Actual "Do you really want to sec Jones I"ncta and Figures of Wages In the elected?" said a solemn-faceold man. Protected and Unprotected Industries "I do, Indeed. I'd do anything to sco In tho City of Plillmlrlplila. : FARM, him elected," answered tho boro. A i Tho following extract from tho great "Then never let anybody know ho Known as the J. D. Carpenter place. situated if miles from Huttonvllle, on the Middlchurg pile. saved your life," counseled tho solemn-face- d speech of Colonel A. K. McCluro, editor Tho place welt Improved and In a healthful loman. Moston Globe of tho Philadelphia Times, recently de cality. For particular!, address livered in tho City of Brotherly Love, MRS. W I HF.DDI'NS a iiaiu iti:sroiti:it. j6 uncut 1010 Olive Street, Kansas City, Mo. deals in an nblo manner with tho wages paid in protected and unprotected indusSemi-Weekly Interior Journal FEAUJ) thnt tho average wages "If it's tho ordinary kind of spring of labor in tho woolen industry of Pennsylvania is $355 per year or $0.83 por chicken you've got," said tho guest, glancing at tho bill of faro, week or about $1.15 per day. Ofcourso "you may bring mo a small pleco of bo soon tired-lookin- It will Not ITard to I'lense, II g ...ftr r rva JOB REXTT. d SPLENDID WLlirsDifc BUCKEYEMLL tries: argument in favor of cheapening free sugar by repealing tariff taxes, nnd by tho wonderful progress mado in journalism, a heavily taxed and entirely nonprotected industry, thnt high protective tariffs do not cheapen commodities. If thoro Jh nny merit in a protective policy nt all it must Ikj in tho advancement of tho wages of lnlwr, nnd it ia a fact that I horo assert, after a careful study of tho wholo question, thnt tho best paid industries in this country aro thoso that are taxed ns consumers without any protection whatever for their labor. I havo shown nliko from Sir. McKin-loy'- s OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IS years as tho BEST REMEDY . FOR PILES. rrtHrt4kltKltillliUI-TATIARMrilCO., KT.IflUS. Y .Itiry. Tight, "No," said she, as she gazed at tho sea with a faraway look In her eyes, "women do not lace tight to diminish tho bi.o of their waists." "What for, then?" ho asked, as ho drew closer to her "O," she replied, while a wave of color swept over her face. "It is to accustom thoinst'lves to any extra pressure that may be brought to bear at any time." "And those who lace most can bear the most pressure, I presume," he cruV. Press. elly said.-- N. Why Women I.urn & OHIO RAILWAY. Washington. Philadelphia CHESAPEAKE Baltimoro, Now York, ' and tho many other interruptions which occur in manufacturing enterprises, and tho ordinary earnings per week of labor employed in thnt industry may bo accepted as considerably moro than Mr. Porter's tablo fixes it, but it is nono tho less the truth that tho averago earnings aro correctly given. As compared with tho nonprotected printers of this city, tho enrnings of our woolen workers aro not 50 per cent, of tho earnings of com positors, and it is n fact that tho hod carriers employed on Tho Times building today rcccivo from 25 to 30 per cent, moro wages than tho averago wages paid in our woolen mills. What is truo of tho woolen industry is absolutely truo of every protected industry in tho city of Philadelphia. There is not n single great manufacturing establishment hero that pays an average of weekly wages equal to tho hod carriers of our nonprotected labor, nnd yet wo aro told that high tariff taxes mako labor prosjerous. Tho McKinloy tariff increases tariff taxes on woolens very largely, somo to as high as 135 per cent., and among tho articles most highly taxed aro women's apparel most commonly in use. This was done, ns Mr. McKinley declares, to protect tho American workmen ngainst tho pauper labor of Europe. Tho increased tariff taxes woro levied avowedly to increase wnges. theso figures includo stoppages of mills one." "We're furnishing genuino spring chickens sir," said the waiter, to-da- y, BtifHy. Tribune. "Then bring mo half a dozen. Pm not very hungry this morning." Chicago fptf POULTRY IN UYWTS z& . in . ami iEasfl' TtSTOCK - - THE FALL. A Wet lllnnket. Thomas Uncle, I would like to borrow u fow hundred dollars to keep mo going while I complcto my law Btudics. Uncle Moneybags My dear Thomas, you are a modest young man, and there arc two things a modest man should never attempts one Is to borrow money, and the other is to study law. Texas Siftings. THAT hOI'ri'NIK COIN. And all other 1'astern Cities. Kaitcrn Points Lexington ami 8.; Shortest Line between Loidsvple, IN F.FFECT SF.PT. 14, KA.ST HOUND. l.vc.lainKlnn Fast Mail, No as 7 a am; Ml. Stctlini Accommodation, No so l45 am; Vcttibulcd No. 14, 6 10 p m; .iotrhed Accom No, aS 530 pm. WF-SHOUND. Air. Lexington: T Leilnjiton Accoin No . 805am; Louisville F.x. No, si, inoii m; Islington Accom, No. sj, 3$p m; Vettibuled Ix. No sj, 6 10 f m Solid Vettlbulrd Trains with Dining Cars. No bus tranfers Through Sleepers from Lexington without ru, falls, is 1 ......Arthur Sratcna., Aithur- -. ..,....... Hamilton Springs 37 9 4S Cumberland Gap. iso.t 9 50 Tunnel Junction 07 9 31 is 11 79 9,i ".l 9 ti S 9 3 On this point I challenge successful reled, anil now that they have nearly nge of seventy years they contradiction, and it is not only truo in reached the ChRiAN. Gen. I'att. At. Ast't Gen. Pss.Act , arc going to get married. Isn't that this country, hut it is truo in every other Washington, I) ( Cincinnati country of tho world. In Europe overy beautiful? OSCAR.U. MUKKAY, Traffic Manager Mr. Wickwlre I don't see where tho leading nation, excepting England, maintains somo form of protective policy. beauty of it comes in. IF YOU ARE GOING Mrs. Wickwlre Why, just here. dear. Of course they do not fall into euch They nru not likely now to ltvo long quagmires ns tho McKinley tariff, but enough to get tired of each other. In- they aio careful of their own indusTIIK tries, and when they proposo to prodianapolis Journal. tect them thoy protect them without .V Question. oppressive taxation upon tho jieople. It Mr. Greenleaf Look here, Amanda, I is a fact also that Governor McKinley wrote to Mr. Stnbbs, the man Dick must know, for ho has studied tho quesworks for in New York, and asked him tion in nil its how Dick was getting along, and where manufacturing variations, that wages in industries in freo trade ho slept nights! LouiSVILlC 4 NatHVUlC R. R. England are much higher than tho Amanda What did he say? wages paid in tho samo industries in any Mr. Greenleaf Why, he sayw that Is the line (or you, as its Dick Is all right, and that ho sleeps in of the protective countries of Europe. Tltero is no need, however, to theorize tho store during the day, but he doesn't on this question nor to go from homo to know where ho sleeps nigh W. Truth. Make clotc connections at ascertain facts. Philadelphia has the LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI One of th Young: SvtlUra. ihrgest proportion of manufacturing inFor alt points. Wllklns There's one of the old set- dustries and skilled labor of any city on THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. tlers in this pnrt of tho country His tho continent, and it also has an equal 11AGGAGE CIliXKRD THROUGH son, I believe, moved to the city. projiortion of skilled labor in nonproFor any information aanulre of Filkins Yes; and he's known as ono tected industries. Hero is where a proJOES RICK, Agent, of the young settlers there. tective tariff should exhibit its benefiOr Slanlord. Kv. "Indeed?" W. V t'ENN, Trar, Pass. Agent, cent results in tho highest degree, and Junction City, K "Yes; settled for ten cents on tho if it fails to be beneficial to labor in this dollar."-Lesl- ie's Weekly. city it mu6tbo n failure everywhere. The way to ascertain tho truth is to look & Louisville Rather Homely. fonfalind Gap at tho wages of labor in our protected Mose Schaumburg (to Ike Silverstone) There Is my daughter, Ucpecca. she and in our nonprotected industries nn. ic. "rsr gets terventy-Hvthousand dollars veu der our own eyes. Double Dally Schedule, ? If Governor McKinley will spend an In Ktlcct July 1;, 1891. she marries. vottld bo a bad bargain. She hour with mo on tho new Times buildIke Dat SI is ugly for forty tousaud dollars at tho ing, now in courte of erection on San- tVlf'o'ly D'ly iflr , A,M r. m r. . A. M. very lowest calculation. Te.xns Slft- - horn street above Juglith, I will intro-dtico him to tho skilled and unskilled L... Knox villa 6 5 JO logs-.......A J 45 a1" 6ji 876 5 4 employed on it, and Allen R,orke,l 650 ...... K. A O. Junction. ......, 3 jo 8.J Tim Way to lix It. the builder, who is green with hisi tleverly 8 05 .. 3 mi 701 m Customer (to baker) It seem to me Malorityville 5 0J 7 33 vlso 7J ...... Corrylon as chairman of the Republican' , 7 JO loaves arc not pro- city committee, will 4 3o 7 41 9 that your exhibit him tho 7 JJ 4 9)1 7 Si .. .Lnttrell portionally larger than your Powder Springs 7 47 7 pay lint of tho nonprotected but henvilv 4S7 93 7 59 . . .Watbbum its 4 13 tool 7i loaves corcalnly not twicevns large.thnt taxed labor employed. Hero nre tho Williams Springs..,,.,..., 1018 ia J 59 701 told Ilaker Dot vas so. I 8 IQ 6 35 ..Oat:nian wages and hours of labor pf the loss 35' myself already Iwfore, untl I llxcs dot. daily 10 s; 8i ......Clinch River 40 J nonprotected workmen engaged on that IOJ7 831 MM.,Lono Mountain.. t will make dose 3J 644 Taxewell ..... 4 structure: 1040 3 2" loafs much smaller. Texas Siftings. 11 17 90) Powell River 007 Hours. Daily vtages. chance. II. W. FUM.FR, Tim lli'HUty of It. Mrs. Wiclcwlrr dust think! Old Mr. Grimes and Widow Minks were sweethearts in their younger days, but quar- COLONEL A. K. ll'CLUUE. wroRTK west, Double Dally Trains tij . k.: o j-- ten-ce- nt hibit better results for our Philadelphia protected industries. Peoplo aro taxed to the highest extent in tiino of peace ostensibly to maintain prosperous labor, but tho painful fact stands out clear as tho sun in unclouded noonday thnt it is tho nonprotected and heavily taxed bor of this city that is prosperous, while tho highly protected labor must be tent with almost starvation wages, con-laurels wages of overy protected labor in Philadelphia, and yet Mr. McKinley must know, if ho has inquired of his friends who entertained him at tho Manufacturers' club, that in very few if any instances havo wnges been increased in woolen mills, and in many instances they havo been decreased since tho of his tariff to givo increased pro- tection nnd logically to increase wages to labor, yhat is duo to labor from ti protective tariff is, first, tho wages for liko labor in Enrope, nnd, second, tho tnriff taxes levied to pay tho difference in tho cost of labor here. Has that been done? Has lalwr received that which congress, as avowed by Governor McKinley himself, declared it entitled to nnd levied taxes upon tho peoplo to pay it? But in a largo number of our highly protected industries in this city wages havo been reduced sinco tho passage of tho McKinley tariff, nnd in somo of them very largely. In n number of our upholstery, curtain nnd novelty establishments, on which tho McKinley tariff taxes were increased 35 per cent., there have been severe reductions in wages of labor, ranging from 10 up even as high as 60 per cent., nnd in our carpet indus try, on which increased tariff taxes wero levied by tho McKinley bill, it requires hard and steady work for weavers to enrn over ten dollars per week. I havo carefully studied tho history of our varied Philadelphia industries during tho Inst two years since tho tariff taxes wero largely incrensrii, and tho best results for labor that I can find anywhere, with tho rarest exceptions, aro that former wages have been maintained, whil in very many instances thvro have bttin reductions of tho wages of labor, and in 6omo instances very largo reductions. I would bo glad indeed if I could ex- If honestly ndministered, tho McKinley tariff should havo increased tho pas-sag- o A timely suggestion from the Chicago Daily News Record. Not to Her Taste. "I have a family tree," ho plead, "To aid me In my suit." "Perhaps you havo," the maiden said; "Rut Idon'tlllto Its fruit." Young; Logic. Puck. Little Harold, out walking with his mamma, saw somo men lifting a square piano from which tho legs had been taken, as usual, for convenience in removal, and a happy thought struck him. "Mamma, didn't you tell me tho other day that our piano was an upright?" "Yes, dear. Why?" "Well, if ours is an upright this must be a downright." Judge. All Over Malt. or M 4 llve-ce- ut 1 live-cen- ,. Mlildleboro NORTH HOUND. I .rave Cumberland Oap, I,, ft N " Corbln " Livingston " " Winchester " " .. " Lexington 16 1005 so 10 10 M. It. Junction.,.. " Arrive Louiivllle " Cincinnati SOUTH HOUND. L". A iC. Lea ve Cincinnsti " Louisville Arrivo Paris I.exincton " Paris " Their first DWugrrt'innnt. Chicago)! suppose Dr. Third3 3S the cerea 18 JIB ly will suit you to perforin .. 14 !'! mony, dear I've always patronized sos 59 him. a 00 4 SS She (also of Chicago) rather have Ho has always given mo Dr. Choker. .looopm satisfaction. Truth. n 3.1pm jmni No I'lacr) for llrr. 3 45 a m ... t jo a You're on the wrong side 4 30 am of tho ferry boat; this is tho "men's 7 05 a m 4 3" a 4 5 36 5 5 JJ Ho (of 4 1 111 Deck-han- d .7101111 cabin." WIncncster Liviugston ..145am Corbin 3 30a m Cumberland Gap - 3 13 rn Pullman Palace Car Knoxville to Cincituiat without change. Connections mado with all trains North and North-weat Grand Central depot. Cincinnati, Through tickets on mIu at City Ticket office j1 Gay street and Depot Ticket office, foot West Alain street, Knoxville. For any Information as to routes, rates, stc.,ap- st 1 - 7 3 Pm . 8 45 p in ..10 30 p m .11 15 p m .11 10 pm " An' that's the over there. Where do the Indian be after goin'? Life. Mrs. Mnloney "wlm-min's- Iteversril. ins? Chip of tho old block?" "No. He's u bigger man than his father was. It's a case of a block of tho old chips, I fancy." Harper's Kazar, Art Compulsion. First Artist I seo Dauber has taken his wifo as a model for one of his angels. Second Artist Yes, she'd snatch him bald if he didn't. N. Y. Weekly. The, KikI. "What sort of a boy Is Harry II ark- - W. A. I1I.Y, Acting Gen'l Pa" Agt , HKNRY A. SMITH, City Ticket Agt Knoxville,Tcnn. Good Fflirm We desire For Sale. 1 loiell,ui : un 1 1 11 Itii K 1 1 1, Coiitaiaiiiix J.M. Ji-4- 100 : Acres, There aro soma candidates, whose hop-- a still That they high ofllccs aro meant to nil, Will know tho dlOorcnro on election day 'Tvrlxt consummation und tho consomme ure Well improved, 45 acres to go In wheat. It has a No. 1 dwelling on it, Rood barn, buggy house, ice house, cabins In yard, two wells, fine spring and Judge. spring house, large pond, Ac. fence. Call on nr address All unded good HKOWNA-WIFK- , Keturnlni;' front tho Honeymoon. Mrs. Young Won't you put away your paper now, and talk for awhile, Near McKlnney, Ky. Jack? Notice to the Traveling Public. . . until we get to tho tunnel. Jury Mr. Young Yes, my love. Just wait I have had. .. THE SHELTON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of the best saloons In tho Stale, open day and night: a night man meets all trains. In connection with House have also one ol tho beat Mineral wells in the Mate and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs. G, W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd In- Erin, lenn , fram, Proctor, C. II.A. A.Warren, Stanford, Dr. Hraum. Mr, and Mrs. T, W. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. K, II, Johnson, Cox, Greensburg. Rites $1 per Ntw Haven, lira day. J, M. f'etrcy, clerk. Give me a call oSoiy I. W. CARRIER, Prop. Happy Foot. "Well, I declare," said young Mr. Dolloy, as he sat in Miss Munn's parlor at II p. in., "ray foot has gone to sleep." "Happy footl" exclaimed Miss Munn, In envious tones. Jury. Should Have Been Convicted. Tho Poet This llttlo poem was Indited only yesterday, and Tho Iludo Editor (interrupting) How did it got out? On bail? Brooklyn Life. Cleveland Ia No Tamporlzer. Mr. Cleveland lias accomplished n splendid result with the aid of his friends and tho good democratic Bense of Tammany leaders, nnd settled all questions of dispute that mny have existed be0 Ktoiirnmtoni M 25 to f3 73 tween tho two wings. Whnt thnt set0 3 75 to t CO bricklayers tlement was predicted upon we know Carpenter 3 0) v... 0 S 3 25 to 3C0 not, but wo do know enough of Mr. Plumbers 8 3 00 to 3 60 Cleveland nnd his past record of stubl'laatcrern , 3 CO to t U) Stonecutter born nnd unyielding adherence to prin0 3 (l) to 3 25 Roofers.. ,. U 3 (I) to 3 21 ciple nnd honor that nny adjustment ho l'ntntnnt 2 75 to 3UI has agreed to is founded upon nn underHod CHrrleni ,. Riggers 2 73 to 3 25 standing which in nowiso departs from ., 0 2 (0 to 2 23 laborers., his known nnd proven chnrncter of After having ascertained tno wages faithfulness to duty nnd honor first to paid to .mom nonprotected and highly; hi8 COUntry, next to his party and lastly taxed workmen I will tako him to tho to himself. -- Natchez (Miss.) Democrat. comiosing room of Tho Times, where every exiwrt printer can earn $4 per No Such Incentive Necessary. day of eight hours, with steady work With unconscious humor the Albany from January to January, and special Journal nrgues thnt if tho present apexports can earn as high ns $5 jer day. portionment is permitted to stand it is All of theso workmen are highly taxed likely to tempt the Republicans when on everything that thoy consume. There they get into power to do something is not an article of clothing thnt is not worse. Such reasoning has, however, enhanced in price by tariff taxes for no weight, becauso history shows that every man, womnn and child of their they do not require any such temptation families. Their homes are taxed from to gerrymander the stato. Had the not tho stono in tho cellar to tho shingle on an inborn disposition to do this sort of tho roof, lheir carpets, their beds, thing tho outrageous apportionment that their furniture of every kind, their has enabled them for years to elect a china, their kitchen utensils, the glass senate and au assembly in tho faco of a in their windows, cutlery on their tables, largo Dtnocratio majority for governor their curtains, their bedding and every- would havo been nbolished long ago. thing in their hottso from cellar to gar Rochester (N. Y.) Union and Advertiser. ret is an object lesson of tho taxation that is imposed upon American labor. llepubllcaiU Must Toe the Mark. To them tnriff taxes are all loss and no Mr. Blaine advises tho Republicans to profit, and they bolong to an overwhelm- steer clear, of tho tariff question and ing majority of the industrial peoplo of push other isbties to the front. But they tho land, who nre not in an way bene- will not bo permitted to do it. They ficiaries, or oven claimed as beneficiaries, havo fastened a robber tariff on the under a protect ivo tariff. country that was bought and paid for Now let u.4- look at tho protected by the plutocrats; they havo indorsed of Philadelphia. Of these the tho infamy in their national platform, woolen industry is ono of tho most im- and they have got to Btund up squarely portant, ami if Governor McKinley will and face it, oven if they seo plainly that turn to Superintendent Porter's census as Mr. Blaine fears tho verdict of 1890 bulletin No. 139 ho will find that the will bo reaffirmed in 1892. No dodging following nverage wages are paid in tho will bo nllowed. St. Louis Republic. woolen industry in tho states named: KvorythtiiK Going for Cleveland. For tho Per enr. week. Tho south is solid for Cleveland. New Jl.'-Ahibaiun York, Indiana and Connecticut , 201 ArkutiMiii. 3r right for him, and all indications are all point 4 65 212 Ohio 270 Virginia. ,.,,.... 520 to New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Illi331 0 42 nois, Michigan, Wisconsin nnd CaliforNov .loiwy ,,,,,., ,....., S tMd Now lork. voting for the return 355 tSKI nia Pennsylvania ,,, ....... Columbus (O.) 375 7 21 to the White House. MiLWHicliUsettai..,... 40 Daily Presa. Oregon.. f D V U - The Curly Coated Galloway. Here is a pictnro of a beautiful yonng American Galloway cow, one of the finest born and bred. Sho is a product of Indiana skill in live stock breeding. A Stroke of Inventive Genius. Miss Maudic And so I refused liim on Her portrait is reproduced from Th the ground that I am too young to Breeder's Gazette. These handsome polled black Galloways have hides that marry. Chorus of Miss Maudie's Friends Oh, are valuable as robos, on account of tho you clever girll Who else could havo long, thick, glossy, curly hair. Tho thought of that excuse from you? Chi- skins aro often tanned with the hair on and used in place of buffalo robes, escago News Record. pecially in the northwest, where on acA Chair Worth Having. count of the cold winters the hair is exVan Wicker I called on a girl the ceptionally thick and fine. other night, nnd sat down on a chair that immediately began playing a tune. Clubberly You don't sayl What was the tune? Van Wicker Home, sweet home. Puck. One Kxrrption to the Rule. Mrs. Bellows (furiously) Jane, I stood at the kitchen door last night and I heard Jake kissing you. Sure, mum, Jane (complacently) that's ono time, thin, that nn eavesAMERICAN GALLOWAY COW. dropper heard something good! Jury These hardy cattle are usually considOut of til Fullness of tho Heart. ered valuable only from tho beef point She I hinted to papa that you wero of view; but a writer in Tho Breeder's likely to proposo and I he Gazetto contradicts this opinion. Ho Is going to put a check to our prospechas been a breeder of Galloways for ten tive marriage. years and ho gives this as his experience: He That's enfouraging. hope the All tho best Galloways are extra beef check will he a liberal one. Truth. cattle, uud many of them nre extra good milkers, both in quantity and quality. Curiosity. Woman' "John." she said, as they left tiro Ho has a cow, one of whoso bull calves weighed 2,200 pounds nt A years old in soda fountain. ordinary condition. While suckling that "What is it?" a good deal to calf this lino cow gave two "patent "Wasn't fifteen cents of milk rich in butter fat for the pay for a glass of sanaparilla?V Life. first mouth of the calf's existence. Sho Madn Her Tired. fattens easily, nnd in a mouth after dryHe asltrcl her out to talte a walk, on grass pasture. ing off will weigh They passed an lco cream store, If here is not the general purpose cow, And then the maid declared sou was Too tired to walk much moro. this writer, Mr. William Kough, would Detrott Free Press. like to know where she is. He remarks: half-suspect "Good morning, May," said her uncle, as they met on tho beach. "Haven't you a sweet kiss for Unclo John this morning?" "No, thir," lisped May. "My kitheth are all over thalt thlth raornin'." Harper's Young People. tho ChlcUen Glenn Their Living In the l'letds. After tho crops are harvested on tho farm and in tho garden turn the chickoni into tho fields and let them forago art tl for a living. Tho amount of loosogin, corn nnd seeds that aro scattered over tho fields can scarcely bo realized, nnd all of this is Hheer waste if not gathered by tho chickens. They nre the natural methods by which to gather theso waste seeds. Give them plenty of range, for thoy not only save food, bnt thoy enjoy tho work. Moreover, this freedom often gives new lifo nnd vigor to weak chickens and stimulates the young ones so that they grow rapidly. Even in tho garden there is a great deal of loss. Vegetables drop Beeds, which fall on the ground and becomo frozen in tho winter. Tho chickens quickly rako theso up nnd devour them greedily. In addition to this they fall afoul of hundreds of insects, worms and grubs which thoy quickly destroy. Grasshoper3 and locusts are killed by them, nnd they clearly prepare tho garden and fields for tho long winter rest. A fow of the insects killed in the fall will probably prevent tho multiplication of hundreds in the spring. A natural diet is one that produces the best flesh nnd tho most eggs. Nature furnishes this in tho fields nnd woods, and tho chickens select it, making it as varied as possible. No artificial formula can equal that which the fields in tho fall of tho year furnish. This will result in better egg laying and firmer nnd better flesh. Tho benefits of giving the chickens a wider rango of tho fields in the fall of tho year are bo many that no farmer can afford to neglect it. If an old hen begins to molt early, nnd gets well feathered out in October or early in November, she can by proper caro bo mado to lay nearly all winter, and if not more than three to four years old may give more eggs than a pullet. She will probably want to sit early, and old hens make better mothers than young ones do. But sho must be well fed nnd not bo made too fat. Givo oata, wheat, wheat bran, meat scraps and vegetables, and avoid corn, cornmeal and buckwheat as a diet until after sho has begun to lay. To fatten fowl for Thanksgiving givo wlwle corn as early as they can Bee in the morning, after which a wnrin mash of cornmeal, with milk in it if milk is plenty and all the corn they will eat before they go to roost. Give green vegetables very sparingly, oa tney keep tho bowels too loose when fod freely, and give plenty of pure water, clean gravel and bits of charcoal, all of which help digestion of the food. Exchange. it 1 : I pail-ful- s" 1 An Harbor You don't Customer it takes too much time. Barber I cut hair in ten minutes. Yes, but it takes three Customer weeks for it to grow enough to look respectable ugaln. N. Y. Weekly. At Narracansott I'ler. "How many (lances have yon?" Avnf;o Barber. conic very often. 1 nay to (Sallow ay men, hold up your heads, select jour herds und breed for beef and milk, ami I believe )ou will lmo the beet general purpose cow in tho vtorld nnd your steers will net you twenty dollars a head moro than others. My experience with the good Galloway lends ine to believe that constitution and early maturity, with stockinet's and oxiallty, nre inure permanently given by tho Galloway than by any other cross. Horse Notes. When you begin to break and train "Three." "Is. that all? Why, I havo five and tho colt this fall do it without using they're all rich." either tho checkrein or blinders. You "Hut one of mine is willing to marry." can get along just ns well without them, Life. and if you do not use them on tho colt you will never need them for tho horse. Neither. A horse that will walk steadily live Mrs. Mcltride Is the unclo you spoke of who advanced you a little money a miles an hour will cover tho samo brother of your father or your mother? ground in a day with much less fatigue McBrido O er neither, my dear, than ono that trots half the time. We no belongs to a "collateral" branch of do not sufficiently appreciate thevaluo and capability of good, fast walkers. the fumily. Jury. Gray horses are the longest lived, and A Very Good Reason. roans come next in order. Creams have "I know why they call tho top of a not much stayiug power and Buccumb mountain a peak," said Ronald. quickly in very hot weather. Dakota "Why, dear?" asked his nurse. Farmer. "Because it peeks at you over another Aprnctical poultry raiser declares that mountain." Harper's Young People. llecluiilui; of uu Uupleasautnesii. -- '! T ..,,,., "The Scriptural injunction, my dear," said Mr. Carraway as he tried to eat some of ht.s wife's bread, "is, 'cast 3'our bread on the waters.' fear this bread was cost in an iron foundry." J udge. I she is sure she knows tiio perfect general purpose fowl for farmers. It is a crosa between the Brown Leghorn and the Wyandotte. Tho Leghorn lays an abundance of eggs, while the Wyandotte gives size the requisites for u good marktyt fowl. 1 V A-tv .1 't Fresh Groceries IN THE young; man with a straw hat on the back of his head and a look of forgiveness for everybody on Stanford, Ky , - October 7. 1892 his faco entered a suburban car at a South side depot yesterday afternoon, scanned the few passengers who hod gono aboard, and took his scat by the young sldo of a pretty, black-eyedown the aisle. woman half-wa"I beg your pardon," ho said, with an engaging smile, "Tho car isn't full yet Dealer In but it soon will be, and I think one Foreign and Domestic Fruits, runs less risk of getting an undcstrablo if one makes tho selection Confectioneries. Ac. one's self. Don't you think so?" Hat with him a firt class baker and can furnish "Yes, sir, I do," she replied, rising up S7 rtaJ, Cake j and the like on short notice. at once and taking a scat by the sido of old lady on the other a side of tho car. Chicago Tribune. A wldc-brimm- Semi-Week- ly x iNTERIORjOUKNflL She. Coincided. ABOUT THE PALLIUM. Somothingr Oonoornlngr Its History and Moaning. The Ilulo Respecting the Vno of TI1I3 Vest- ment Ijtlil Down by St. Gregory la Still Observed-Hurl- ed ultli It Possessor. W. P. WALTON. d y 19 s OTMMIS9 scat-mat- e white-haire- d I Greatest Abundance OF THE CHOICEST - CHARACTER AT THE Dangers of Hosting. Clara When Oeorgo and I nro married, I'm to have my own way in everything. Dora Guess you won't. 1 will. That's the bargain. Don't yon iremeraber I told you lio proposed to me in n rowlioat, aud asked if I'd float through lifo with him just that way?" Clara--lndecd "Yes." "Well, X.O WEST FH3CCES. A full line of the Choicest Fruits and Vegetables and Swan's Dowl Flour can be had at steering." X. Y. Weekly. ho was rowing, but I waa JESSE . WEAKEN'S i 9i Terms, 30 Days. John B. Goods Delivered Free of Charge. The War er 'Woman. Hriggs That was a bad mistake Pringle made, wasn't it, of marrying a girl who made all her own gowns? Origgs Why, I should think she would make just the right kind of a wife. Hriggs Not much. Tho first week after they were married she opened accounts with three dressmakers. Life. As tho house physician was walking through a hospital ward, one of tho patients called to him: "Doctor," he cried, "I wish you'd move me out of this here ward." "Why?" asked tho doctor. "Well, this feller next to me keeps oil!" was tho all my cod-liver Castleiran. A O. Lnnharo Mnt Have llcen Very Thirsty. ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. reply. Uoston Globe. Canoe-Haclnc- ;. BARBEE &CASTLEMAN MANAGERS. Summer Isn't it interesting! And so the canoeist who wins gets a silver cup, docs he? Escort Yes, a very handsome one. Girl too. PTo euro crittlpntloiiiurt;lni;t lie 1mww Electrical Medical Cotlogo, quarter for two cocktails In drinking tils should be. nvohlcilt It Mi'ukeiMllirlr TORONTO, CANADA, nnwrrtif motion. A gentle niwrlciit A to the success of the IhmicIi show. rflVct I only rrUlrrl. Tiitl'a llnr Now Ktaminmc Phys un of the Dog fanciers still hold in warm reI.lrer nil are irrmrivl tvltlt special vlewH to the ieniuinriit euro of P membrance the unqualified success of Southern Medical Institute, COSTIVENESS and HEADACHE. the show, but Dr. Sewurd Webb, more ITIirynrn inllil iiikI rriunlti lutlio ays- - A any other, remembers It. for there LOUISVILLE, KY. than tem until tlicjriirtim thn liver, cuuso ho first me. Miss Vanderbilt. It was a t nntiiml How of lilln ami their tonlo A Will bo at Myers House, Stanford metropolitan-elec- t "may not lawfully case of love at first sight, but W II, fJ) iroiMTtlrliimrt power to tho boir-- la to remove) nrruintilaTuesday, Oct. 11. ordain clerics, consecrate bishops, dedi- - Vanderbilt put his foot clown nnd absotlons. 1o4m1 niwtlta unil l!i;rstoii result from t tin tint, oft tt4ollttleiil.B Fif.ro a in. lutely refused to permit the marriage. m..ene dsjr only, returning lVlce, 23c. Otllcr, :IU Pnrk Pluce, S V. csery tv weeks durinx the jtar lour lie packed his daughter off to ICurope, j I)r Appleman is a graduate f llellcrue but nor stateroom was lined, bedded Nw UrV Citj, and the je- and celled with floral offerings for rcul Moli si ColleKc.Tiirrnto, Canada. Hvhas made a sprsial study m tlm itut.ses he treated in which Dr. Seward Webb had strained thegtest HcUesvcarid ( harity Hospital lur his credit to tho bursting point The years and recismsiiofupeilor m .liagnesm M imli-ullli- In connection with the investiture of Archbishop Vaughim, of London, a writer in Ulaelt and White gives un account of the history and significance of the pallium. Every year, on the feast of SU Agnes (January '21), wjillc the choir nre singing the antiphon "Stans a dextris ejus ngnus nlvo candltHor," in her church in tho Via Nomentann. outside Koine, two white lambs nre offered at the sanctuary rails by the community of Lateran Canons Regular. The lambs ore placed upon the altar, blood and presented to two canons of St .lohn Lateran, who afterwards take them in n carriage to the popo to receive his blessing. The' are then given into the care of somo religious persons until shearing time, when tho wool is taken and woven into pallia by tho nuns of the Convent of Torre do Speech!. On the day before the feast of SS. Peter and Paul the new pallia are laid upon tho altar in the Confessio of St Peter's, tho crypt in which the body of tho apostle reposes. Ily a constitution of Benedict XIV. they are to bo blessed by tho popo after the vespers nre sung on tho vigil. After consecration, they were formerly taken to the sacristy until wanted, but they arc now left in n gilt coffer, in the closest proximity to the tomb of the apostles, that the words used in conferring tho pallium may bo verified as literally as possible. "Tradinms tibi pallium de corpore beati Petri sumptum " Respecting the use of this vestment tho rule which St Gregory had so strongly at heart is now established throughout the westerd church. The WALTER WEBB'S CAREER. Mow lie llecamn Vlrn President of the New York Central. Vice President II. Walter Webb, of tho New York Central, has again, become especially prominent as directing the policy of his road in tho Buffnlo strike. Ills career may well bo described as meteoric. In 1575 he and his brother, Dr. Seward Webb, were well known as men about town In New York. Both were recognized as good fellows, with rather overmuch of sporting blood in their veins and with no visible means of support in their existence. Neither had shown any nptness In business or professional a Hairs, and both had at this time abandoned all else In their enthusiasm over the first bench show of tho Westminster Kennel club. They were dog fanciers of high degree. In their enthusiasm over that event they had spent their last dollar, II. Walter Webb having odmittedly put up hls.last happy-go-luck- y We will pay the fthove reward for any cate o LWer Complaint, Dypepia, -- ick Headache, Inwe can not digestion, Conitlpatlon or Cottvep cure with Wtii a Veeetable Liter 1'ilU. when lbr direction! are urictly compiled wilh. They are purely vegetable and never fail to give latitlac-tio- n Sugar coated. Large botrt containing 30 pills, sjc Iloware of counterfoil and imitation, f he genuine manufactured only by The John C. Weet Co., Chicago, III For fe by A. K. Penr ny, oj-ty- $500 REWARD. For Sal Twenty Hulltllii In ih T L,ot8 corporate limits of Rowland. II. I. DAKST. Rowland. The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in the State, JUL. ten guarantee Is positively given with 6 boxes, to Send stamp for relund ihn money if not cured free sample Guarantee issued by A II. Penny, Druggist ud sole agent, Stanford, Ky, Call for samples t A new and Complete treatment, consisting of uppotiiorlci. 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West's Nerve and Drain Treatment, a a specific f"t Hysteria, Dimness, Hts, Neuralgia, jiHaH B' aJcaaaaBBBal aaaBBBBBBBBB1 arVsaU. bIbIbbbHbw kHb J. S. APPLEMAN M. D.t THE CELKIIRATEll e o II. WALTER WKIIIl. Tutt's Tiny Pills; Oto English Specialist, t.n.i Ml Korinttljr I'rolemcrof Practice or Medicine, i;, Commerce Euilding, Louisville Agents throughout the South. "How lovelyl And what do the canoeists who don't win get?" "A ducking, usually." Good News. ''SmSF j P W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agon' STANFORD KY. b nsk him for your hand?" "Don't worry about that, dear. Ho rehearsed it with me this morning and he does it beautifully." Chicago News Record. MusPy ss0aa fK TIIK PALLIUM. Not I'artlctitnr. The New Rector Of course you long catc churches, or assume tho title of for Heaven? archbishop," until tho pallium has been Penelope (languidly) Oh yes; anyconferred upon him; and then ho can thing for a changeTruth. only wear it during solemn high mass within his own diocese, nnd that only i:.tiikmi:s 3ici;t. on certain festivals. The only instance in which the insignia may be worn outside a cathedral or church is when the crowd of worshipers MBBnifiGLBBBBBV Jsaaaaavl is so great as to necessitate mass being sung in the open air When tho archbishop's envoy makes application for the pallium, which ho does in the following prescribed formula: , "I City , petition elect of the Church of urgently, more urgently, most urgently, that there may be conceded and transmitted to me a pallium taken from the JUNCTION CITY, KY. body of blessed Peter, in which is tho Have just erected a new Marble and Granite fulness of the pontifical oflice," he must lloub- and am fully prepared to fill order for all have in my kind fit Marble and Granite work. promise to take it to its destined recipiemploy (killed work men from the East. My freight ent with the greatest despatch. lie unfacilities can not bo excelled and will not be un dersold. 38 JOE S. WRIGHT. dertakes not to rest for more than one night, if possible, upon the journey, and in that case he is to be careful that thu pallium be kept in a church or, better Mr. White Don't irivc'me none of still, in a cathedral. Thu pallium is t ifci fw buried witli its possessor after his your lipl Mr. Black Don't give tue none of death, and when the tomb of un archbishop has been opened some trace of u your chin! Judge. pallium is frequently found. At CanIngenuous. terbury not long since the lsocly of Judge Durfey You are charged with Archbishop Hubert Walter was exstealing chickens; do you want n law- humed, nnd it was discovered that the yer? silk vestments in which he was buried Mose Snowball No, ycr honah. were in good preservation, tho gold hy not? Judge Durfey pins with which the pallium wasnflixcd Mose Snowball If it please de co't, were the same, but the woolen texture I'd like tcr keep clem chickens myse'f, of the pallium had disappeared, except nfter habbln' all de trubble cr gittin' that between the little sheets of lead 'cm. Truth. which weighted the ends, inclosed a Having removrd my BaiLer Snop to the Com few threads of the material and pretnercial Hotel, I am ,,"j Itelluetl Speech. served it from the nation of the atmosPrepared to Accommodate Ladie3 "Oh, what a lovely btatuctte!" ex- phere. So striot Is the rule, that in the claimed Mrs. Ilojack, ndnilring one of event of an archbishop being drowned as well as Gentlemen, the ornaments of Mrs. In anything they may with in my line. at sea niio nts body not recovered, tlic waited on. Call n me. parlor. sacred insignia of his pontifical oflieo Crewe-Doyl"Yes," replied Mrs. may not be conferred upon his succesTHOMPSON, much gratltied by the caller's admira- sor, but must be destroyed by burial in In Commercial Hotel. tion; "that is as pretty a little burst as the ground or fire. I could find." .Judge. A New Kind of Contest. BIST IX qriLlTT. lusrisqcumr. An Easy Victim. Baseball, athletic and rowing matches Temperance Worker And what nre sufficiently common not to -- all for caused your downfall, my good man? any comment even guessing the weight Horrible Example It was this stage realism, mum. I was acting the drunk- of a pig or the number of beans una ard in a temperance play, and the man- bottle is very ordinary compared to a ager insisted on my using real whisky, contest thut recently took place in Maryland. It was no other than a mum. I'tick. competition between Scriptural l'rouf. thirty colored women at a church picMiss I'lypp I don't believe that nic The tubs wero placed in a lino and filled with boiling water, and then, matches are made in Heaven. to the stirring music of a brass band, Hunker Why don't you? Miss Flypp Because the Bible says the competitors went to work. So Has led all Worm Remedies. there is neither marrying nor giving in lively was tho music, it p said, that the EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. women feet kept lime to the quickmarriage there. .Judge. SOL,I EVERYWHERE. step as they bent over the tubs and Logical Enough. . CO., ST.L0C.S. rreptres bj RlCIURDSOX.TATt.0R scrubbed the clothes. All thu clothes McCrackle Father Time ought to be were then hung on a line, and while they dried some addresses wero deScientific American a great conversationalist, McCorkle Why? livered. The subject of these addresses Agenoy for McCrackle Because time Is money was not given in the account, but and money talks. Household Monthly. "Cleanliness Is next to godliness" would have been a very good text. A Ueueroua Rival. Dora What a quantity of rice you When the clothes were dried tho women nil took to ironing, which lasted late threw after the bride! bbIi bbbbbbbbbbbbb Clara She'll need it before he gets into the night, when n committee exCAVEATS. amined the work to see which woman TfcADE MARKS, bbbbbbbbVO I8I0N PATKNT8 his salarj' raised. N. Y. Weekly. did the best. COPYRIGHTS, etc. Anil He Did. For information and free Handbook write to Tullcr Than Their .Mntlit-r- . He Doctor, every time I raise a hand MUNN & CO- - Ml BltuaUWAT. Niw YoliK. Oldest bareau for securing patents In America. I'm completely knocked out with pain. A statistical item of interest to women Every patent taken out by li brought before are two inches the public by notice given free of charge la tho Doctor Then yon had better play Is that women taller, on an average, than they wero Bome other game. Judge twenty-fiv- e years ago. The cause is And Other People' I'erllnsi. found in the exchange of the embroidany identlfla paper In tho tnrzut ojreulitlon of "Has Mantalius a vLry deep vrl-eery needle for the tennis racket, tho worw. Splendidly Illustrated.. No ntelllRfUt "Very. Why, when that man sings It oar, and the gymnastic apparatus of man should be without It. Weekly, H.J.Wtt a rear; tl-- elx months. Adrtreea MUNN & tX, hurts his corns." Boston Globe. ?LULISUEK8, 3(1 Broadway, Mow York. tho school am) college. when I "I wonder what your father will say Kverytlilnc All Itlxht. Junction Marble&Granite Works 1 1 immediately wrote a letteY to her father saying she would marry Dr. Webb though tho heavens fell. She mailed the letter In Liverpool nnd followed It R back to New York on the next steamer. The banns wero published and Miss Richmond, Vanderbilt became Mrs. Seward Webb. TURK!? COLf ITU'S OLASSIOAL. SCIEN OOURrJE. I'outtcril About this timo Madison Squaro gar- TIFIC! and COMMERCIAL Healthy of study. den caved in, killing nnd Injuring sev- departments the Blue t!rs. Ktglon location in Moderate the heart of eral persons. Among the Injured won ripene. $100 to $240. Attendance lat States II. Walter Webb. He entered suit for tension WW. from twenty-eigh- t II, 14W. 1'or Next full estion opens Keptember damages against W. II. Vanderbilt, tho Information nnd catalogue apply to owner of the property, aud after a L H. BLANTON, D.D., Chancellor. sharp contest secured judgment, Hu then turned over the entire amount of his judgment to tho family of one of the dead employes. This action at0 tracted Vanderbllt's attention, and at he the solicitation of his new was given usnug berth on the New York From this position ho has Central. forced himself Into thu vice presidency by sheer hard work and u bulldog persistency, which has promoted him through pure mcrlL He has mastered ' 9k the details of railroading until they are, n perhaps, more familiar to him than the points of a dog. W hen President Dcpcw goes to Europe Vice President Webb fills his position as though born to iL Ills career could well be entitled: "From a Bench Show to a Rail road Vice Presidency." bilt capitulated at sight of them and Mowers did the business. Miss Vander- CENTRAL UNIVERSITY sev-ria- l and truntiin; Chronic Diseases He devotes all his time In the treatment of chrenK and nervous diseasrs of both teset and his skill as an ctpert in this class rl .aies i well established Trial, and Pormanontly Cures and Chronic Catarrh, Mucin in Hart Dealniss, Disrates of Kye, Kar, Nose, 'throat I.unts. Kidney. Urinary and llladder truulilet Hruht's Disease, Dubetes, ltiepU, Constipation, Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Epilepsy or riti potititely cured. ounjj or middle ajrd men miiTerinir from luipottnt), Kmptlens, the results of errors or esccsies, sh.ld rati bclore It is too lale. We ruts litre a euro if case has net (one too far Suprrlloous hair and all t ruptMws ef the tact permanently removed Aute ISloocl niul As Skin Diseases. art son-in-la- l8nW' a Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, aitet,Mc , cured by never failing remedies. Diseases ol women, such as I.eucorrhea, painful McnMruatien. Displaccniem ot Womb, bearing down pains in hast:, lelieted in short lime. The Doctor catrirs all his poiubl Instruments and comes prcpsred to ciamine the rnsst oliscure medical aud sarctcal cafes He uiulrriake nu iii urable dieascs but cures hHii.lrr.ls civenup tndie, CONSULTATION FREE AihI Canfidentisl Address J S APPI KMAN.M f I j ' well-bre- d ii tV , Louisville, Ky. 4Effi38$&. POSTED. This netice. forewarns haulers, fishermen and others net to lietpast on our lands without permission, as all sHvh will be prosecuted to the lull esi ealent of the law Signed: C. M.SPOONAMOORE J - HRUCE. 5? THOMAS C. I1AI.U "SSC WAR Ali Aslntlo IN AFGHANISTAN. rious (Joiisrqiienres. Itrtolt ifiut .My Lead to Se- iTIIHAMt STEEL BOILERS, STKKI.KHAII.EY. A.M. FEI.AND. II. W. KAINES. I. S ing tho tribesmen by promises of rewards and the prospects of tho Hazara lands being divided between them. Un der the inlluence of t lies a promises many tribesmen nre joining Ills standard. The Firozkohis, one of the Tartar tribes inhabiting tho Iluzara cotin- - The Hazarn rebellion against the Ameer Abdurrahman has attained very AND serious proportions. Tho Sheikh Alls, thu Besuds and all the great tribes whose hostility to the Afghans has always been Irreconcilable have joined Upright and Horizontal. together In a formidable combination Is collecting all against the ameer, who his resources to cope with this wide- Stationary, Semi Portable and He has brought Portable. All sizes up to 26- spread Insurrection. together 'JO.OOO regular troops and nn horso power t equal force of native levies. He is endeavoring to raise further levies, excit- Uncqualed in Safety, Simplicity, JAMES OIV ENS. ANTON RENACKER CLARK REYNOLDS. M I.ACKOWIT2. T II. NEWLAND XV. W. HAYK. C I.YON I RED IIAl'MANN PHILLIPS. Strength and Durability.' Write for Free Illustrated Pamplets and your JAMES LEFFEL & CO., NEW VOKK CITY SPRINOKIKI I), OZZZ Chil-nU- o Crewe-Do3le- 's JESSE e, m " MiswMaaaataa, .iaSaV- - M Twenty inllesthe Shortest to 5t, Louis, ! WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS New York, Michigan Pcuits, CIiImro. Ilulfalo, Cleveland. Detroit, Indianapolis and the west, Ne. England, Canada, Boston, clothes-washin- g Philadelphia, Washloston, Ilaltimore, Quickest time to Harrodsburc, Frankfort, Ky Richmond, VIRGINIA. Shortest and Quickest lino to S- VERMIFUGE -a AIlIILItlt.VJIilA.N KUAN NEW .TAKE THE If (DB1L1EANS, j2EE to-da- y gmntiiit jwmnw ?" Tho Russian general who was in com ..LINE TO., mantl at the time says the Afghans were the aggressors and that the Russians (CHICCAtGH!)., fired Thenmeer.on the other hand, says tho Russians surrounded tho camp of the Afghano nnd began the fighting, and has appealed to that TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. ,.And.. guardian of the rights of mankind, John The only through line to Jackson and Yicksburg, Hull, to help him in his struggle against Miss. , bhreveport La., making direct connections without omnibus transfer for Dallas, Kort Worth, T. the encroachments of tho bear. NRTeC-WIDSAustin, San Antonio, EI Paso and pointiia Tim I'HSklon Flower. Finest and best Yestlbuled IlufTet Sleeping Cart TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. The passion flower derives its uiiino and Parlor Cars on all trains. For through rates, correct county maps and Iu No change of cars, best accommodations, quick from an idea that nU tho instruments time and lowest rates. Information call on Agent at Junction City, Ky of Christ's passion aro represented, estFor information address or address J. S. LEITH, viz: The five wounds, tho column of Trav. Pan, Atft , Jnneilon CIly.Ky IAS. IIARKER. G. P. A., Chlcar-o-. D. G. EDWARDS. V G. CRUSH, D. P. A., Louisville, D. MILLER, pillar of scourging, besides tho three C. P . T. A., Traffic Mangr,, nails, tho crown of thorns, etc Cincinnati. in8elf-tlefen.se. -- try, tiro midlnft the Karipul district. The state of insurrection jiruvailini,' in Maimena, however, prevents the Afghan (jenorui thero from prwccilinir itffaliist them. To still further embarrass tiie ruler of Afghanistan he is involved in serious trouble with' Russia on account of tho recent flht between the Russians and Afghans at Sotnatash. I ED TRAINS thro' with out change via Chatlan.i;a, llirminicham, Meridian, making direct connections en route for Knos. ville, Atheville, Lynchburi;aud points iu the SOLtl) VI.STIIll mmmm A1R'(DLICKAS9 At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmine ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, Hruuswick, Lake Cily.Thomaiville and FLOIII DA points. t The only line running solidVetltbuled trains with Pullman lloudoir or Palace SleepInK Cars to St Aujfuttine without change lor any class of pas sengcrs or baggage. Selma and Alontgomery, Huntsville, Decatur Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. Shortest and quickest to Aunitton, Selma, Mobile. Bucct connections made at NHW ORLEANS without omnibus transfer for Galveston Houston, Austin, UR,ltvLL'LrrAlBN',iitlLvSJI J" THE WORLD'S FAIR A ifi - - s Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - Nkw lino Z'iiglar shoes at Shanks'. KanB wanted ut U. K, & V. 15 cohIh. S. II. II. Wfnr- - Stankoud, Ky., Octohek 7, 18U2 ens at li.o. WJLI.TON. MEANS bub. Manager IUSIHESS. Lravk your orders forMovu repairs nt McKinuey Dros.'s. . m FitKaii lino of fruits nnd candio) received nt J. I). Wenren's. just - s-- Mkat Cuttkiis, conl vases, eo.il buckdono at A. 11. Penny's. , ol etc-- olc, ut Pnrris k Hardin's. Hoy your hookH ami nchool Mippllos nil kitulH from A. K. 1'onny, who boIIh on renl e8tatu.securi' To Loan. them nt publiBher'H prices. Have your watch, clock and jowony ty. Address Box 10, LiticuBtor, Ky. repaired nt A. K. I'onuy'B. All work I havi: a very full line of fall and win-t. warranted. Ubmkmheu thatall silverware, watchea, suitings. Comoatonco nnd mako riDKB, Ac, houulitnt A. K. Penny's will selections. II. 0. Huply. bo engraved freo of chnrKC. or ENonAvi.sa boAutifully and nrtiuUcally PERSONAL V. KOods. POINTS. Skk our eleaut new lino of drers Ma- Koodsaud trimmitiKS in nil grades. erance & II. Hi:.nv is la J.oulaville buying' ny tlilngi not to bo seen olsuwhere. Son. Sev- V Mm. Jji.ian Vk&t went to LexliiRUm W'odni'sday. Mas. Oath 13.ui.ky is ylsltiiiK relntlves In Shelby villo. I. M. llnucnwent to Lexington yesterday morning. Mu. W. II. Wkaiien is conflned to hie bed with nulurinl fever. Miss Dovik Taliiott h.is j;ono to to visit lior sister. hns oponed n MiesA.vNJKOAni'KSTKU helect school on Whitley nvenue. Miss Uktsie Pknninoton is down from Middlesboro on a visit to fi lends. Mns. Urn McdiiAW, of Junction Oily, is the jruest of Mrs. P. W. Oreon. M. S. Uauoiimak went to U'xlimton ycEterday to attend tho trotting races. Miih. W. J. Davis, of Danville, is tho RUustof her sister, Mis. Will Morolnnd Miis. 12. II. Walkijk and son, Woods, of CJarrnrd, are vleitiiiR her slstor, Mrs. Dan-villo Wu have now opened and invito ycu to inspect tho liircut nnd completett stock of dry Roods, notions, Ac, ever seen in our city. Severance & Sou. Ki.kctiiic light have been placed in College nnd water pipes had already been laid into it. No other college building in this section can boast such udvantiiKes. . I have engaged Mrs. Fannie l'Mmiston for tho season nnd invito her frlendsnnd patrous to call nnd see my stock of millinery, which is full and complete. Miss Annie Wray. Havi.so quit the morcuitilo I business, inn compelled to setth up accounts. If you o'o me call and mottle. All accounts will bo plnced with a collector after a few wacks. J. II. Poster. Mies Naomi (Dnrlir.g) Jones, the Just received n nlco lot of fall nnd handsome daughter of Maj Jones, of the winter cloaks. 8. II. Shanks. Mt. Salem neighborhood, and Mr. Jos. I havk taken tho ngoncy for the Lox McCarty, traveling salesman for Plaut fc ington Steam Laundry and will appreci- Isaacs, of Cincinnnti. were married Tuesate any patrouago given me. Jesse J. day in that city, for several years Miss Thompson. Jones has had charge of tho store lie-buy- longing to her and her sister, Miss Belle, Louis Koiit, of Louisville, is hero ing scrap iron, rags and metal. Highest ut Mt. Salem, nnd has evinced her splencosh prico paid for same delivered at did business qualifications by building up a splendid trade and making a good Nunnelloy's livery stable. thing of the business. The Intkuioii Now on balk more than !500 new In- JouitNAL wishes them a long lifo full of d happiness; dies', mines' and children's cloiks, direct from tho mnuuficturerf, Tip Dobbins, who attempted to poiwhich wo will oiler at price so low that son the whole Lewis family, because his it will astonish you. Severance it Son. daughter jilted him, whs sentenced to 9 two years and two months by the PulasIlunNci) to Death. Little Nona, tho ki circuit court. daughter of Mr. and MrR. Dit. Much has been snio Hmtnett McCormack, of tho West Knd, of this specialist nnd tho good work he was burned to death yesterday. She has done in our State. People wonder had gone to a neighbor's and while stnnd at bis cures, but tho evidence is so ing by the fire, it is thought, alio was strong they cannot ignore it. Families homes have been made glad by him taken with a spasm, which she ftequent-l- andaccount of on the restoration to health hnd, and fell face foremost into the of some member. blaze. She was burned to death before uuNnnr.ns a he i'kaisi.nq him. assistance reached hT. Tho friendH of Tticso cures are not the result of blind the bereaved parents hereabout deeply explorations, nor of a moment, but of sympathize with them in their horrible close observation, of study, time nnd experience. Kach case is examined nnd loss. carefully studied ns nny physician worth Hon. James II. McOiiEAnY, nominee of trusting would do. Treatments, therefore, differ with the habits, conditions, tho democratic paty in the Kighth Dis- complications and peculiarities of patrict, for Representative in Congress, tients. No two nro precisely alike. It will address the people nt tho following is no wonder he is successful. Consult times and places. Taylorsville, Satur- him nt the Myers House, Stanford, next Tuesday, Oct. 11. day, Oct. 8; Shelby ville, Monday, Oct. 10; Danville, Monday, Oct. 17; Stanford, Ouarantood Curo for La Grlppo. We authorize our advertised druggist to nclI you Saturday, Oct. 22; Mt. Vernon, Monday, Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Oct. 21; 'Ann ville, Tuesday, Oct. 25; Coughs and I olih, upon this condition: If you I..1 Cirippoand nll use this remWednesday, Oct. 20; Nicholasville, aro afflicted with directions, edy according t. . etvinz it a fair trial an txpennce no benefit, jou may return the S.iturday, Oct. 21); Richmond, Monday, nave your money reluuuod Wc make lie Nov. 7. Speaking at 1 o'clock each day. this offer lctiie of the wonderful success cfD'. pur-abasey Come and C' OUR- - , Cheap Cloaks, Chcap ' " Cloths, " Crcpons, " " Chcvcrons, " ' " Cashmeres, " Changeable Silks, ' " Changeable Velvets, " Canton Draperies, ' " " ChciTon Laces, ' " " " " " Comforts, ' ' Crctons, CcashmcJc Gloves, Circulars, ' Shoes, Slippers, " " (C Clothing, Cheap Cassimcres, Canton Flannels, Cotton Cloths, Cotton Checks, " Calicoes, Camlets, " Cheviots, Chese Cloth, Chiflons, Cloths for Tables, Cloth, Oil, Cloths for Outing, China Silks, Chiffon Draperies, Cream Satin, Cords, Croquet Ssuffs, Curtains, Counterpanes, Corsets, Corset steels, Cashmere Hose, Cotton Hose, Storm Serges, Shirts, Stockings, Sox,' Skirts, Sheeting. YOU 0 NOW J. S. HUGHES. Why wc sell goods so m m BEAD, - Mc-Ke- e, - - hot-n- il Wheelbarrows, Cross Cut Saws, Fencing Wire and Staples, Haling Wire, I lorse Shoes and Nice Toilet, Chamber and Dinner Sets. m K With county court ami a circus to A. Warren. to draw a crowd we nisy oxpwt a tramou-doti- s Mils. Kllknoha McUohbiits went onu Monday, Ijuisvillo yestenlay to visit the fajnily of JuiIko 1'. II. Mlr Mk. W. H.Tkayi,ok, tim distiller, lins Miss llKi.UNSALfi.KY, who 1ms lwon gucured the servlcua of Mr. O. P. llixler, very ill nt LinnlottnSprluRfl, will huftblu, of lwrenreburi;, to multe his whisky in Capt. U.T. Mulllns tells us, to miiio tho future. Mr. llixler formerly worked homo (O'dy. for tho Humes, nt Silver Creek, and not Mis Hkiitii: MtKiNNKV, of the WVrt infrequently made flvo gallons of "red Knd, and Miss Mnpjle ltittor, of Orange-vill- evo" out of n bushel of corn. I nil , liavo been jiih'Mh of Matt Old Mrs. McKinney ut the Carpenter House. I'.noki: Unit Siioui.tiEit. Miss Minnik Ui'ilky returned jester-iU- y Ware foil while driving some hogs out of from n visit to her sister and other her yard at l'owl.iud nnd broke hor friends in Marion. Hho was accompa- shoulder in two places. Tho fall was nied hy her friend, MIm Lizzie Moorr, caused hy her foot getting cmilit in tho who is her p.tuisL grass. Dr. I.. 11. Cook was called and set thu bones, but tho lady's ago militates Cait. W. II. Kikiiy. of Paris, will take cliBrRti of tho K. C. be- against her recovory for a long time, if tween hero nnd Klchmond in h few nt all. ilays. Ho will move his family hero r.s A test of the force of the water was soon as ho can net a suitabl" house. given tho court of claims Tuesday by Mu. Wm. J. Hks.v, roprrsentliif? the Mr. It. J.C. Howe, when a couple of Keystone, a Jewelers' paper, at Philadel- stroams weroeent up nearly tothocloudf. phia, is hers in the interest of that pub Whilo tho performance was on tho hose licntion. Mr. Henn is acquainted with a isuno apart at a joint and Sheriff Mene-f-- o number of our peoplo and him for some nnd others were robnptized. The time been a subscriber to this paper. sheriff created a big laugh at his expense by trying to stop the flow of water with CITY AND ViCI NITY. his foot. New sorghum nt McKlnney Bros'. An attempt was madu to sssasjinalo Leave your order for timothy with Mr. 12. P. Faulconer, a prominent horseMcKinney Bros. man of Boyle. Ho was attracted to his yard by a noise nnd went to invostignte. New Syrup nnd New Soihiiicm, When he reached tho corner of tho nt A. A. Warren's. man raised up hedge fonco n heavy-se- t Wk spell nearly nil our stock with the and tired at him. Tho ball whizzed by letter "C" nnd Hint menus ohenp. J. S. the head of Mr. Faulconer, but did not Hughes. strike him, and before ho could return i. tho fire thu man was out of rnnge. No ItEMEMiiEit the sale of furniture nt caiiho can no assigned. Walton's residence this, Friday, afternoon. HtisTONViLLK. Klder W. L. Williams sold to James Fryo his brick house silver-war- o has Have you seen tho now line of and lot on Diuville street for $'.',100. Ho and fall goods at Dunks' ? If not, will at once ami Mr. take p go at once Williams will likely bo.ird at tho Woath-erfor- d 9 Hiiiht. Mr. Morse, the saw mill Ki.Kuast assortment of cloaks and wraiw iiiHt received nt S. II. Shanks' man, who has recently moved to town, Call nnd see them before tho stock is has contracted with lohn Myers for a frame house on Main street, broken. near tho creek. Miss Lizzie Carter was H you desiro tohfo tho most stylish, 'line "of ladies' cloaks and gent's nnd compelled to go Homo iuesuay on ac Her doctors fear she of illnet-sboys' clothing corno nnd see us. J.S. count typhoid fever. has Hughes. Quite a large and representative I invite tho attention of tho Indies to und elegant stock of millinery crowd was present Monday night nt the my now just received from tho cities. Miss An- called meeting to organize a tire com pany. henh'J. N. Menefeo was select nie Wrny. ed chairman ana h. U. Walton was JASies Uuuiieii, the negro who crush- niado. secretary. After stating tho pured In "Win. Soard's skull at Crab pose of thu meeting the chairman said was lodged in jnil hero Wednes- that it was in order to elect a chief. Mr day. Soiird Is in a very precarious con- I. M. Bruco was unanimously solected dition. to that ollice. who afterward named tho chairman as his assaistnnt. It was do Wn will take charge of our stable on cided that a couple of companies would tho Opera House block Monday and will as ha organized and that Lancaster street bo glad to fee our old patrous nnd dividing lino. Mr. W. (.5, many now ones nr may come. Bruce & would bo tho Ranoy was nindo captain of "Squad" No. Yenger. - I, which is composed of tho following The now buildings have been greatly gentlemen: J. W. Watson, Will Severdelayed by tho failure of tho iron fronts ance, George MoKoberts, George L. Pento arrive, hut Mr. B.inghman has gotten ny, S. M. Owens, J. S. Wells, Sam Menho livery stable under cover and Bruco efeo, Al Seyerance, J. A. Allen, J. N. Menefee, Jack Kout, James Milburn, J. A Yenger will occupy it at onro. B. Mcrshon, Peter Straub, Jr. "Squad" Mk. Mack Huffman, tho undertaker No. 2 made W. II. Wearon its captain tells us that tho mortuary list of this and baa in it tho following persons: section is getting seriously short. Ho George C. Keller, Jr., A. C. Alford.T. W. has not used hla hearse or furnished u Goer, J. 12. Bruce, Thomas A. Clarke, J. coflln for over a nionth, something un- 12. Portman, Jumes Wickersham, James precedented slnco ho has been in tho II. Yeager, Frank McKlnney, W. B. Mcbusiness. Klnney, E. 0. Walton, K. C. Kngleman, up yesterday Jr., Dr. J. A. Anion, Thomas Dalton, W. A niTiMi rnosT showed morning and many a ilower and other W. Withers. Messrs. I. SI. Bruce, W. G. Ilnney und W. II. Wearen were applant was withered by its touch. Tho pointed a committee to prepare weather has been exceedingly fine for a was fixed for the next and week or more nnd tho nigl.ts with their been as meeting when further plans will bo perfull moon in n clear sky have fected. beautiful us a poet's dream. A e, y New-Pickle- s TiiKeirrus will arrive Sunday mornMiih. T. L. Gnow nnd daughter, Mifs ing nod pitch its tent on Mfs. Woody Anna, of Jessamine, arts HslUHt; Mm. A. Jluht's lot next t the lUptiat Mirsonnge. J.C. llnjs. For the purpose of organizing democratic clubs nnd stirring up tho people, there will be speaking ns folium, tomorrow, Saturday, 8th: llu.stonville, IJ. J. Breckinridge, W. G. Welch nnd John S. Owsley. Wnynesburg, George 12. Stone, It. C. Warren and O. II . Waddle. Kinssville, nt night, Geo. 12. Stone, H. C. Warren. Hubble, P.. P. Jaeoltf, II. T. Noel, V. F. Babbitt. Highland. A. K. Denny, W. II. Miller, T. P. Hill. Maywood, J. B. Paxton, W. 12. J. W. Alcorn. Goshen, Sam Menofee, W B. Penny, J. M. Hothwell, W. II. Hansford. Hois land, nt night, John S. Owsley, Willis Barnett, J. W. Alcorn nnd John A. Chnppell. Var-non, King's New Discovery ilurinc last season's epidemic. heard of no cait in which it failed, 'try it Trial bottles fren at A. R Penny's drug store. Large su 50c and 1. llar Fresh Stock Or taken back. of (1S.00EEIES All goods sold Always on hand. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED, Goods promptly delivered. To 1 Tars-Payer- s. as we pontively mean lo collect this tax tiy sheriff's sales after Nov 1st if not paid. JM-- it J N MKNEKKK.S I.. C yard ready to receive your tasu on show day, Oct. loth. Vhh are urged to meet us and settle at that tlsKe, and all my deputies will be In the courthoue Momarare" biros. Lincoln Circuit Court. M.K. HAILEi, I'laintiff, vs J It. IIAIi.KV, Defendaut. 1 he petitioner, M. K. mm! K "I FARRIS & ....AND. f Exparte. Mud ask- .Dealers In. HARDIN, eujor, the office w petition In41. clerk's Ilailey,olhas this day filed cwurt, llalley be en.puwercil to u.e, ing that soli and convey for her own benefit aay property she may uow own or lieroafter require, tree from the debts or claims.f her husband; to make contracts, sue and be sued as .1 single woman, trade in her own name and dispose pfhet HA HDWARE STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, Quccnsware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. The court of claims tranuacted tho thst following business Tuesday and adjourn" cd to meet again on thu call of thecounty clerk to be made through tho I.ntkhioi: Dr. W. M. Doore8 was rephysician on n bid of JG2.C0; tho city of Stanford was given on permission to erect an engine-hous- e repairs to jail nnd courtcourt square, JouitNAL. properly by will or deed. It is further ordered notice of said action be published In the Interior Jeurnal, a newspaper published in Stanford, Ky , ler ten days. Given under m hand this October jth, 1S01. J AS. V. UAlLbV. Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court 04 elected poor-hous- e iKxeculor's Sale. OK two-sto- ry . house and the necessary plumbing were ordered; G. B. Cooper and G. D. Smiley Aa lisecuturof Wm G Woods, dec d, I will, on were added to the committee to buy the October 25, 1892 fountain that is to adorn court square; Sell at jmblic auction t the late residence ol said was W. M. Bright treasuier Wm G Woods, in lessiinme county, K) , on trie ft IVrryville Turnpike and ullowod $150 for last year's eervices; Lexington, Harrod-burroad, 3KmllelromNlhoiaille, 3 ' mules, was allowed to choose its 4 hoises ii head of leedinjjCH'tli". 10 head young tho ol own preacher, who is to be paid $25; or- cattle. milk cows, i$ head andfeeding hogs, implement, household kitchen furniture, dered that pauper practice in the vari- 3S acres of hemp in stack, anil ac acres of torn in the shock ous precincts be let to tho lowest bidder Also at the same tune and place, I will sell to bidder the as last year; Dr. Hugh Reid was allowed the higheM G. W oods, farm lately owned by the said Wm $50 for jail practice and Messrs. Varnon, CONTAINING- - 330 ACRES. P.ixton and Cooper appointed a committee to let tho practice this year to the This farm is well located, sis a high stale of culdesir.ihle home. The land lowest and best bidder; more file boxes tivation and is n very nml well watered. Thrtnisa is highly productive office; jjood dwelling house of 7 rooms, barn, grjnury, all were oidered for tho clrcuitclerk's necessary outbuildings and stock scales. Squires Adams, Caldwell anil Paxton TERMS For personaltv All sums less than $20, cash will be required; for all sums over that were appointed a committee to draft amount, a credit of 90 days will he given Purwill with upprOMxl security resolutions on the death of Squire Kit chasers tho execute bclore property is removed Brown. County Judge Varnon was alFor the Laud is to be pud cash ; tfce balance two years, with interest at tbe in lowed iUOO Hilary and $45 for visiting perone andper annum from dateofs.de untilrate of 6 cent paid. ncting on building com M "i A l. wuuilb, lix'or poor house nnd mittee, County Attorney J. B. Paxton was a'lowed $700 and Superintendent W. F. McClary t)00 salaries; Messrs. W. O. Hansford, John Bright and J. M. CarWe. undersigned, all pro-ter were allowed SIS each for redisrict- not to the or fish upon hereby warn waters, our lands or hunt Varnon, Paxton and lands bring situated in whole or in part in Garing the county and rard, Doyle and Lincoln counties, Kentucky, hnd Cooper ?10 each for soiling the county we heieby agree to support each other lully in the enforcement of the law against any and all treswagonB passers. bonds. Tho pay for This September 36, ig;? or plows and drivers was cut down from K It. Ilice. V. W. Yeager, $1.75 to $1.50 a day. The amount of A I.Rice, John W Miller, I'. L. Ilroaddus, G T Higginbotham. claims allowed is considerably over M V. Kout, Cyrus Daily, year, perhaps $2,000. less than last A. D. Hughes, James M. While FARM. STOCK & CROP. WlJScRDBERTX, o VvL VA4WsSTE? Tuesday, 4 g Drug o, r4 poor-hous- e turiu-ln- g xb,tjgg'j:st, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. Call and secure Bargains. POST-OFFIC- S v MBn BrEAR, OF ROOM. OPEN TO THE WORLD. KENTUCKY'' MONUMENTS Of.all Unds, nc-te- TB.OTTI2TG iKV Made and Set Up in All Parts of the Country. No Agents employed. VJ CAKITIVAL. ASSOCIATION I W. ADAMS !o-6- & TUB No. 41 llroadway, Lexington, Ky. SON, LEXINGTON, KY., DKATKK IN Hunters and Fishermen. OCTOBER 5th TO 14th, s ld ixcuvirsivic General -:- - Mercliandise, 1 1892. " Free-for-all. two-hors- e 33 RACES. S50.000. And Country Produce, Ha opened his stock of goods and ready to serve the people of Stanford and vicinity He Is offer ing unheard of Ilargalns nnd all who want goods at the lowest posslhle prices should him on Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pike SI,-00- 0 The Transylvania htake,$5,c. or more, Monday' October to, will bo the greatest contost ever witursseil d, Ilrlght Herring, J. S. Johnson, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. j. C. Fos, J. II. Kemper, Avor-et- t, II. F. Itobinson, M IBs taunt, dauKUtcr of Sam T. It. Robinson , Brninnril Lemon, of Ninon Perkins; K?1-- , nml Mr. Louisville, worn marrieil nt tabu non TttChtloy. Miss Lccv Myers anil Mr. Wm. i'bil-lip- s J H.liourno, T. T. Pollard F. T. Fox. Jr., J. . William Hubble, weio innrrietl Tuesday nt tbo resi- S. J. Uourne, dence of tbo bride, in tbo Willow Grove A. K. and G. K. Pope, John Pope, C.J.Iioty, James ilemli, ncigbborbood, bv Klder Joseph Ballon. S Fl. Anderson, J A Veager, II. I) Aldndgc, r.S llutdett, Mr. William Unpin, lato ol Dan- Itertram Spratt, K. It. Miller, D G, Spxiu.iiiiore, ville, iH at present cashier of the First Miss Kate llurdctt, (I. 11. Aldiidge, Mrs. Ai A llaughman, National Bunk, of Montague, Texas, and John Bourne, James Underwood, Mrs li L Owsley. 64 will soon wed Mies Lockett, a buautiful J. P. llourne, . -- Cook, A. M. and E. S. llourne, W.J. llallard, Alex West, Frank ton, J. J. Walker, T. D. Chestuul, Henry Walters, Jerry llland. T. M. Arnold, T. 1. Herring, W. It. Moss. Mitchel Ilroaddus, I G. Aldrldge, Erasmus Dunn, Remember the $5,000 Stakes Half Rates onall Railroads. Write Secretary for Programme. V. and D AIMS THE JEWELER, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidi-tVi'A.ouA complete line of s. l'.JOH.NSTON. ED l'rcs A. 1IPTON. Scc'y. puiilicsai e or I will offer for sale on Watches, Clocks And SILVERWARE. Atl goods aold engraved tree of charge. JTCVour patronage respectfully solicited. Saturday, October 15, '92, On consiitlrg of theprenMes"INM.ESlDE," the farm tolheeitateot the late John G llrm.e, Jewelry FARE Heudeion girl. by-la- wealthy and prominent in social circles. also has line spring Callon me on thu piemlscs of address mo at buuford, Ky Man iapo license was issued yesterEUGENE KELLEY. bi day to Mr. l G. Steenberjrer, of to wed Mrs. Lucy Goodloe, a SALE OF of Mr. T. D. Hill, of the Maywood section. Tbo marriage was set for Inst night at Mr. Hill's. Miss Jessie Newberry, daughter of premises Gen. Kobert C. Newberry, and Uobert will sill at auction on theafternoon, in .Stanford, next Friday Hughes McCrearv, son of Congressman 7U1, 1892, McCreary, of Kentucky, were married at Gov. and At a o'clock the remainder of my Furniture, connoon, Wednesday, in Chicago. sisting of lied ltoom Sets, Wardrobes. Lounges, Mrs. McCreary were present. Mr. Mc- Sideboard, Iledding, Carpt'tf, Clulrs, Tableware, W.I' WALTON, Stove, Ac. Creary will locato in tho "Windy City. Camp-bellHville, Plias-an- t Col. Cuthbert Bullitt, nn ancient situated immediately on the Danville and Mill turnpiVe, j'a miles north .if Danville, Ky and Mrs. .Mary Shreve Hanwidower, t w 111 sell privatfly my Farm of 50 Acres on the This place has on it a comforubto dwelling, a barn and necessary outbmiJin;s, besides som, n three times widow, were mar- Danville .V btinford lute, three miles trom Stan blacksmith shop and four tenant houses and with-.- r. well improved, with ried at Louisville. Tho bride is very font It is barn and all necessaryduelling of five a fn m.ln of n school house, and convenient outbuildings; rooms, new FAIOI FOR SALE. ABOUT IOO ACRES, Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. gd graud-datiRht- FupnituFe. October .0 Tianv.lt... noted for its educational tacilitles I'his place has on it one of the best spiK I" tno ounty, convenient to both barn and dwelling, l and This pla.-in ;n m..Wnnlendld dairvfaimgood a splendid neighborhood, has a .very physician desirable living near, and is altogether h place lor any one wanting a small larin Terms liberal and wade """""J"1,, roR. Bruce 6o.tJ Admr , with will anneed. of J. e sr'iyric VXV X limited FIKSTOIASS -:- Round Trip HARVEST - EXCURSIONS,' AUG. 30 nnd SEPT. 27, THE "WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES'' 1 Go to Earp's Art Gallery !i9lcep And will pivoyou good juUsfactlon A J To have jour phciosraphs taken. with all tho Latest Improvements, os-- iy Will ruo low rate Harvest Excursions on abovo dates to points in Minnesota. Montana. North and up souin uuicota, iickcis will be gooa twenty (io; privileges days from date of sale, with U) points west of bi. Paul and Minneapolis, 4m , For lull information, addrtuanyof thctCoitipa- sto-ovcr nu'i renrsetitatics. or ' ' IAS C. POND, Gcti'I Pass, and Ticket Agt., Chicago, IU. s.J-- A dii.. j O'iJLi wFmri (o Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT "ROCK OF AGES, CLEFT FOR HE." PubllBhod Every Tuoadoy and Friday 2 1MB It. YKARIX ajj-Wh- ea .A.rVA.2S. C1C. not so paid S3.CO will he charged.- "Kockof Agei, Cleft for Thoughtlessly the maiden s ung; Fell the words unconsciously From her girlish, guiltless tongue Sang at little children stng',1 Sang at sing the birds in June; Fell the wordt as light at leaves On the current of the tune Rock of Atf's, Cleft for me, Let me hide myself In Thee " Kelt her soul no need to hide; S eet the song as song could he ; And she had no thought beside; me" J l P CFJKfe-''5- LJ All the words unheedlngly Fell from lips untouched by care, Dreaming not that each might be On same other lips like prayer 'Let ir.e hide myself in Thee." of Ages. Cleft for me," 'Twas a oman sung thrm now; Sung them slow and wearily Wan hand on her aching brow bird Rose the tong as Heats with weary wing the air; Every note with sorrow stirred, livery syllablo a prayer "Rock of Ages, Cleft for mo. Let me hide myself iu Thoe.'" "Rock storm-tosse- d POWDER Absolutely Puro II chest ot A Cream or Tarter Hiking Powder all In leavening strength -- 1 ateit United State GoTcrnuicnt Food Ileport. ROYAL HAKINO POWDERCO , 106 "Rock of Ages Cleft for me- -'1 Lips grown aged sung the li mn Trustingly and tenderly; Voice grown weak and eyes grown dim "Let me hide myself in Thee." Trembling though the voice and low, Ran the sweet strain peacefully, Like a riverln Its flow; Sung as only they can sing Who life' thorny path have pressed, Sunjj at only they can aing W'hobohold the promlted rest "Rock of Ages, Clelt for me. Let mo hide myself In Thee." Wall street, New ork. K. o. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7 at Train naves Rowland at 00 a. m., returning 5,MH(L0GALTMECARD Mill tram going Exprets N'th t 29 pm Soutn 'Sam North 6 .. North Local Freight South The latter tram also earr y pastengers. Solar The above it calculated on taudard time. ime it about o minute faster jr.." train" " " souiu - ""! sPn taopra "Rock of Ages, Cleft for QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Grass Special 6:00 a m. ; Cincinnati Limited p. m.; Fast Mail a.iSp. m. Traini pass JunctionCCity astpllows: a m ; Fast Special is & New Orleans Limited 3:17 p. m Mail :S7 P " 8 40 pm. Special a. ra.; Illue A-- C. Special Soutn-bound-- Q Blue-Gra- ss North-bound-- .48 m&v Office over Sever-inec A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. & Son's Store, Main street, Stanford. Sung above a coffin lid; Underneath all restfully, All life's joys and Morrows hid. soul, Never more a Never more from wind and tide, Never more from billows" roll Will thou ever need to hide. Could the sightle'w, sunken eyes. Could the mute and stiffened lips Move agtin in pleasing prayer. Still, aye still, the words would be "Let me hide mytelf In Thee." (From the selections of the editor's dear dead her.) wife, and printed in loving memory storm-tossed me" Lick, reports tho sato of John M. trustee of Mrs. Ann Broad-du- s, on Sept. 29th, nt follows: Corn in tho field $1 to $1.40; this was considered cheap; 8 heifer calves at $7.50; 8 steer calves at $9 75; two milk cows at $14 and $20; 27 hog nt 4 20; 0 mules at $50 to S3; 7 horses at $00 to $1)0. Mrs. Broaddus' lifetime interest in tho homo place of 151 acres nna bought by Mrs. Ann Broaddus for $1,500; 91 ncres of unimproved, except two barns, to J. B. Carter nt $17.50; 114 ncrea to J. B. Carter, at $15 50 per aero. Good crowd, no grumbling and all in good humor. A large crowd nttonded tho eale by Mrs. M. J. Hubble, of tho effects of W. G Hubble, Wednesday, but tho prices realized did not come up to tho expectations of those interested. Tho jack stock was first offered. Lconidas, by Henry Ward Beechor, was bought by J. B. Jones for $705; Tennessee wan sold to Albert Kaegg, of Illinois, for 0'20 and 4 others to as many parties at $101 to $105. Daisy, tho dam of the jacks Joe, Blackburn and Brignolin.and which sold at Mr. Hubble's aalo threo years no for $1,3S was bought by J. B. of Missouri, for $000; 7 other jennets brought $105 to $405. On Time, the old premium paddle stallion, win bought by M. S. Batighmnn for $300; Hart Denmark, another saddle stallion, was bought by a Missouri party for $135. A large number of brood mares trought fillies and horses tlS to $70; mules $273; at $50 to $00; pair pair need maro mules $170; pair aged fiorse mules $100; milk cows $17 to $.11 ; butcher stutr2 to 21; sheep $5 ft"). The farming implements sold fairly well. The farm was rented privately to William Stigall. ved TO THE LADIES. guarantee everything to bn In the latest and most nppioved fashion The ladles are invltetl to cull and examine my goods, which I will take pleasure iu showing, 61 MISS LICC1K IlKAZLKY. I am receiving' one of the moat elegant lines of Mlt.LLINLRY ever handled in Stanford, select ed with an especial view to the wants of this trade Mm Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an expe. rlcnred trimmer, Is with me this season and I Pine Stock Farm For Sale. On NOTICX Is hereby given that ourofler to lurnlth free wirc-iand lamps to persons ordering light Plp'"l? will einlre tutesatcott to thote ordering water, theStsnlord onHepteinbers. l8o- - After that date Water, Light and IcsCowill fiitnltli allsupplus reoulrd al reiunniMe prices, St r.NOINF. CO. HOWE ng Saturday, Oct. 15, 1892, PUBLIC SALE OF And pursuant to a decia of the Lincoln Circuit Court, the fine Stock Fatra of It R Gentry, do ccated, will ho sold on the premises at public auction to the highest bidder. This farm Is on the Ruth llranch turnpike mad, about i'4 miles from Stanford, t well watered, iplendidly fenced and EUSTIS S: BQWELL, STANIORD, KY., Van-cleav- e, wltheood residence, barn Most of thn (aim It now In Country work solicited Estimates furnished. Ulue Gtas, This farm will first bo offered fur sate Tho undersigned will on In three separate tractt and then as a whole and thoco bnlmrtli.it bid accepted which amounts to the mont, and will bo told on credits of 6, is and iS mnntht. for FIRE AND STORM Heforc the Coitrt-lloudoor in the town of Dan enPossettlon day seeding purposes will he given of salo and full possession Januavllle, Ky , al o chick p. m., olTer at pub'lc sale ry and alter 1, 1I9. to the highest bidder, the following tracts of For further information address at Stanford or landII GUN FRY R R. Representing 1'irtt A tract ot land In Mener county, Ky , call on lllll.V McRotierts, t !. on the east side of the Danville and Ilarmdihurg road and about 44 mtlri from Ilarrodi-bur- g, turnpike Oonn., of and said land being bounded on the north Manchester, of ildo by the lands of Wesley Vanarsdall. on the south bvthe Ilellaws Mt'l road, on the east by the lands ot R. W KaMland and on the west by the Danville and Harrodsburg turnpike" road, and America, " Ins. Go. of s containing 143 acres, rood and y njuare poles. I hive jutt opened a Iltitcher Shop on Second A tract of land In Merer county. Ky , Lancatter street, where 1 will keep at all timet All of which are Compamet. I would i east uf the Danville ard Harrodthurg turnpike he pleased In wait on my friends in thlt line, Pol. road, but not nlndtng on said road, und about 4V, TIHCIE : iciet promptly Issued. Will Insure against torna- : miles from llarroitsliurg. and being bounded on does, wind storms and lightning Llghtuing clausobtained, which I will tell at the mar- es attached without additional charge the north by tho Iletlows Mill road, and on the that can by tho same road, and on the south by the ket price. I have a tine, new, large refrigerator Office at Fittt National Hank .Stanford. lands of Hardin nnd on the writ by the lands of and meats will always b kept frrth and nice Welcy Vanarsdall and the Und nf W 1). Kait-lanVEST 4Stnn) JULIAN and containing about 14; acres, be the same more or less. A tract of land situated partly in MerThird cer and partly III ltoyta count e, Kentucky, and lying on the cast side of the Danville and turnpike road, though not binding on F. II. UILBY, Proprtoior, f Dansaid pike, and about 5 miles fuun the tow ville, and bounded on the north by tho Hello s Mill rood, on Mill read, on the south by the Mo the east by the ltndol A. W KnstUnd and on the This stable, which It run In conreitlon with the west by Ihc hinds ofS I. Kastlnnd, and thno beI Myert Houte. hat been supplied with hae moved to my new Hotel and am bpttsi ing the same tracts of land conveyed to I C preparid than ever to accommodate the public CilJwcll as trustee- of Mrt K S. fittlaiid nnd Good Livery attached and every convenience deA Now Lot of Horses, and said others by ilrnl ol date April 11th, Give me a call. deed leing nf record In both Iloyle county ami nied. FRANK R11.F.Y. Buggies, Wagons, ;; Mercer county In making the sale the first two parcels nf Und And Drunmcr'a Supplira and Is better than ever T P CLMOtK. iIkih' desrnbitl, and which join, will be offered as r STKAU. JK. prepared 10 supply the public with awholcsnd then offered separately aed that bid accepted which brings thn molt money The thud Finsx-ciaAs- a parcel will be Hold by itself TKRMS made known on day of sale Pervmatand prompt attention given to Weddings, PRACTICAL. .. I. C ( AI.DWKLL, At't, Aug 4. V- 54 t. Parties aud llurlaU P W, ORKKN. Proprietor. AL. 11URNS. Manager s Of fine ValuableFarmingi-and- Contains about 305 Acres and stable thereon House, Sign, Decorativo Painter and Paper Hanger. MONDAY, OCT. xj 1892, ie - J. II. liAUGIIHIAN, INSURANCE AGENT A-- Si-t- d NEW 1 Hartford, Manchester, Eng. BUTCHER. SHOP. Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, North Hartlord, firtt-clatfirst-cUt- BEST tat c JEaTS d, MYERS HOUSE rg THE RILEY HOUSE X.X1TEHY" well-know- n STABLE 11 London, Kentucky. P.W.GREEN, Prop. it, Carriages, STHAU33 & CO , niaa op am. kinds. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. A fat "V. steer for Bale. A. S. Myer. DR W. B. PENNY, Dentist. Office South side Main street, in office recently vacated by Dr. L. F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. ers, weighing about 1,100 lbs. to R. II. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard, Ky. Naboth, the speedy Eon ol Valsing-hato the Higgins office, Lancaster street. (s moving Nitrous Oxide Gas Riven for painhMs e.traeting. took a record oi 2:21 1 at F.vans-vill- e, KENTUCKY. STANFORD, Iud , Saturday. Smith Baughman CRAIG, is positive now that he has a world beat31. DR. er. Homeopathlo Physloian, M. F.Elkin bought of Harry Bush - - - KENTUCKY 20 fatshoats at 4c; of Porter Robinson a STANFORD, tot of butcher stuff at 2 to 2 J and of W.' Office Hours: 10 to u a. t r to 3 p. m.; 8 to M. Higgins a bunch of butcher cattle at ' opposite m, R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. H. Tray lor Bold to Jake Robinson a lot of feeders at 3). J. P. Crow sold to J. T. Cobb, of Madison, a weanling colt by Belmont Chief SCS9 for $300. The fine Electioneer stallion, Clay, was sold at Lexington Tuesday to a Frenchman for $14,073. FokSalk. 15 extra two-yea- r old feedApply to JOHN m-- Office on Lancaster 39-r- street, court-hous- e r 2c. Falls Branch At PariB court 02 head of Jellico Coal Co feeders sold at $41.00; 25 head 1,050 lbs. 1,200-lb- . Ik. Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, ELKIN long yearlings $25.50 and Lome medium yearlings at 2.15 per lb. Capt. Vest bought of John Gooch a Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford and cow at 2 cents; of Joseph Swope a bunch and Rowland. Office corner ot Depot street of heifers at 2 cents and of William rtGGINS;& .WATTS. Lackey a lot of heifers at 2 to 2 cents. A. F. Moberly bought at J. II. Diahon's sale 20 acres of corn at the .. Dealer in shock at $1.70 per barrel with the fodder thrown in. He also bought of Hol-l- is Goods sold for Cash only. RAILROAD JOTTINGS. Carrier a field at $2 shucked at the I have just received my Fall Stock of.Shoes and heap. Tho Illinois Central is buildm: nt cordially invite the citizens of this vicinity to call evGoods sold B. C. Sandidge, formerly of Lincoln in and examine then.. headquarters lower than and New Orleans now elevators. tor Staple er. Remember I am Ilutchings his interest Fancy Groceries: Will soou have a completo line has sold to A. T. Tho North Sido street car system in cjf Hardware in stock. in the livery Htable of Sandidge & Recti Chicago is about to abandon the horso ) H HILTON, Rowland, Ky. for $2,500. Chas. O. Fox bought of Win, ns a motive jower nnd adopt tho Cheek his residence on Hnrrodsburg avsteam motor. TO enue for $:i,500. Advocnta. Fifteen miles have been ndded this Hedgt Prewitt it Wood bought of Enbanks seabon to tho Oalces division of tho Soo Tt am agent for The Central Kentucky "Fence Co.. ol Lancaster, and ofler the services ol cattle at 3 SO. I). in North Dakota. By this extension tho myself and the Company to the ciUicns of Bros. 21 1, both the liber-aLincoln county. I am very thankful fordealing l N. Prewitt bought of Arch Walker 00 Soo has been enabled to jicnotruto a rich to patronage received and hope by fair wheat country. merit a continuance. Farmers in need of a good light hogs for Dec. 1st delivery, at 31c. fencowill find me nt the Myers House in Stanford A short timo ago tho Coosa mountain Tewiney & Son. have bought this John 00 e9'7C.0OU"tyCUrtday- M W. JOHNSON. season over 100 sugar inulo colts at $10 tunnel on tho Columbus and Wehteni road was damaged by lire. It has sincn to $G0. Advocate. been relinod with brick and i nearly J. H YEAGER ..M.URUCK The 74 aero place of the lato John ready to bo reopened fur traffic. BRUCE & YEAGER, Arnold, including tho Kirksville fair Judge Mastersou, of Houston, has grounds, has been sold to L. A. Weaver been asked to appoint a rwenw for tho 214811 AND LIVERY, FEED for $5,000. R. P. Foxhassold his farm, Gulf railway of Galveston, hut ho to do so, maintaining that tho four miles out on tho Jacka Creek Pike, STANFORD, KY. requestratiou bond lieforo givon was t1) John Park, of Irvine, i It contains The abpve firm went into effect July it ami the 210 acres and the price waa t"3 per acre sufficient to protect all interests asks a share of the patronage of George H. White, who was viprin-tenden- t or $18.000. Richmond Climax. public. of tho Union depot nt Dulnth. M. II. Haguard bought in Owen has been appointed buperiuttmdnt of NEW RIGS AND HORSES county ldst week 30 suckling mules, av- motive power nnd machinery of tho n Have been purchased and nothing but erage height feet 2J inches, Mcabi and Northern road, with turnouts will leave thy stable. horse mules, at $35, and delivered to .Tea headquarters at Stony Brook, Minn. so Martin 25 mules colts that cost $30 to Give Tho Philadelphia and Reading's now $35, and to John H. Payne 10 head that terminal station nt Philadelphia will !kj cost $50 to $00. C. B. limner bought in among tho finest nnd most convenient in Elevator conveniences Owen county 40 feeding cattle, averag- this country. ing 1,10") pounds, at 3jc Georgetown will be among tho best features of it. There will bo fifteen for freight uso nnd Times. STANFORD, KY., six for passengers. No other btation in Mr. I. S. Tevis, of Lincoln county, tho Quaker City has any such number sold at auction at Layne's htable, 25 line of olevntors. young mules. The prices re3This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now alized were from 22S per pair down to HOME HINTS. in uiy charge and I intend to conduct it no aa to $150. They were very cheap mules and but to add not only maintain its high reputation, accommodaFor the ordinary diluting of pictures a to Its long list ol friends. bpecUl those who purchased secured great tions for commercial travelers and fine room, for silk handkerchief should bo used. Hopkinsvillu Kentuckiau. the dltploy of samples.' To removo iron taste from now s Mistake. Mr. Tevis says ho sold 20 First-Cla- ss A Saloon boil a handful of hay 111 them. cotton mules at $99.15 and that they And mi.LlARD and POOL ROOMS attached. Chamois may bo cleaned by washinjr netted him $2Q a head more than at JOSEPH COKFKY in tepid water, to which has been added home. a little ammonia; rinse nnd stretch; do Cicero Reynolds sondd us this re- in the shade. port: At the sale of the personal propTo take ink out of linen dip the spotted erty of Thos. Reynolds deccued, wheat parts immediately iu pure melted talHighest cash market price paid sold for 51 centa per bushel, corn in the low; then wash out tho tallow, and tho field from $1.40 to to $2, stock cattle ink will have disappeared. for from lij to 2 cents; stock bogs about 5c; Tho oil of white birch bark, which mule $S3; horses from gives to Russia leather its peculiar aroone 4 year-olFive shares of stock in matic nnd lasting qualities, when dis$22.50 to &c., at the National Bank of Hustonville sold solved in alcohol is said to lw excellent at $140 50 per sbnro. Household goods for preserving and waterproofing various fabrics. It renders them both acid and & CO., M. F. and farming tools brought fair prices. insect proof and in 110 way destroys W. P. Prewitt, auctioneer of Paint their pliability. STANFORD, KY. tJt Miners and shippers of the GENUINE $32; 40 Original Jellico Coal. J. S. HILTOIT, General -:- Merchandise. THE STANFORDjrrS Miss Louisa Macdouald, principal of S vorkmaushii Co. tho Sydnoy Collego for Women, is jiut VALUABLE : STOCK, thirty-thre- e years old. Has contracted with reipon.iMe firrat lor lit plants Tho Methodist mission of Siorra Leon FARMING IMI'LKMKNTS, AC and will hav the Ice and Klectilc Planli comple-m- l in about tlsty davt; the Water Plant soon afhas been conducted for several months I will d.liter Ice every morning to families in Hiudt: ter. Stanford and vinnitr at Jo cents pr i by Miss Alice narm, nn Iowa physician. luordcr to place individual contracts In ad. Having determined to close out my stock, pre for 50 to i no pounls at the rate of ri cents, and vance for Water and l.lcctrlc Light, ttie Company Tho widow of General Thomas J. paratery to irmnj Wext, I will ll the vainest under 50 pounds at the rate of 71 rr.tt I call at my farm public auction to Jitnn Frcnner onVrt the following attention Jackson, the Confedorato loader. In- in Garrard county,the highest bidder of llryanls !lrewing specialOlchrated I to the fcr for which Necettary water pipra will be laid, connected la X L, Ky., 1 miles West C 't pine and work scribes Iter name on hotel registers as villeon the Fuher's Vord toad, on lam agent Will firnith in eithe Vej; ot bottle mains at actual put lor and necattary rlxtuies furFlectrlc wires In Write for pruea. "Mrs. Stonewall Jackson, Lexington, nished free el charge Ky K IIRKMUR. lobe nf best quality and gusranteed to git e Oct. 13, 1892, ijtf Vn." satisfaction The schedule nf adopted rates Is tremijtete Consisting of thn following valuable Mrs. Ernestine L. Rose, for many per ccut lewcr than is usually given years n well lniown ndvocato in tho Unitod States of the civil rights of womSchedulo of Yearly Water Rates. t lack 10 yens old; en, died recently in England, aged eighty black J atk 5 years old; $ Dwelling of 1 rooms, ent faucet years. So I Jack 1 years ata; . Kach additional rewm year old, 1 Jacks faucet ach additions! I 00 .Miss Minnie McFaddon, of Littlo 4 Jack (oils; Stores, Hanks ami l'ritatc Ofhcet, laucct.- - 50 Cooloy, N. Y., has boon awarded tho of and ... J ci Ilaths, private, one lauecL. it head a lenncts. cood well sure breeders bred It of lht is ..... Iluse attachment far tpiinller ......... contract to cany- - tho mails Iwtween that and Jennetvery superior, persons interested Jack stick and all ..., to Stables, private, one animal .... it place and Centcrville, and will ner&onal-l- y do well to attend the sale, as it will be told withi ul I to Kach aaditieaal animal SuMmKjSc' reirrte Alwi tho following llorw: stock. a conduct tho business. Harnets Stallion 8 art okl, record of 14 Electric Light Rates. I'remium Saddle Stallion 1 years old, by bilver At tho Atlantic Houoe, in Scarboro, Kimr; For commercial utct Mo., Mr. Annio Louise Cnry Raymond Yearling Saddle Stallion by ftar Denmark, One ate and three 16 c. p. latandetcent lamp spends the hummer in tho suite of rooms baddle Mare by On lime, a full tiiter pertrar J;ow and in foal 10 lllack Squirrel; cu Yir ioc. p. ijch ineandotctnt light, per mo, which has been occupied by herhelf and Saddle Muic in i..l 10 Sllvrr Time; (6 husband every summer since they were .Saddle Mare by Woodlord Denmark, in loal to Silver lime, 11 married. Mare by Abdattah Messenger, in foal to I uci Fer Kctidrncn Use. Whilo tho Duchess of Albany was dis- ftr; Mare, Den 60 Icristioc 1.p incondnsent lamp per. mo. . . g. . tributing prizes at tho annual show of 14 Taclugof otherin foal toIn foal Puiaro; heid Mans, to Jacks; 45 it yI " " ' " " b GeMinK; tho Cottage Garden fcocloty at Sandown JS ' ' " 24 headcf yearling M ties, 14 cl them marcs, 3 4thfl ' park a fox terrier run from tho For each additional " " . 4 Mule Colts; mounted tho royal dais, nnd For lurther Information, apply to 4 woik Mulct; Cattle; ,,-J W HAYDKN.Sup't.H.c standing on its hind legs begged for a U head ofImplements of etirry description, inprizo too. cluding f Interest in a Thresher; Jeanno Eugenie .Moreau, tho child Dix Cutting Hot; NATIONAL BANK wonder of Paris, whoso phenomenal a Mowers; OF STANFORD. KY. memory has made her n highly educated a Wheat Drill. perbon nt tho ago of five years, la a a Hay Hakes; Wagons: Capital Stock granddaughter of tho Philippo Moreau j 1 horse Plows, I'la Gear, Ac; Ilarni'St, WIJLXI AJI who led the assault on the Bastille iu lluggy; Surplus Surrey; Dealer in the above 1789, and who was decorated therefor b' Spring Wajon; Hogs Attention of ih. public it invited to the fac Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Lafayette. Koad tart; WHISPERS ABOUT WOMEN. PUBLIC SALE Plumbers and Steam Fitters. Dealers in all kindt nf Iron and limit Onodt for team and water. Sanitary Goods of all klmtt. All work guaranteed against defective material and ice sjsrp beer: Star-ford- , Watertight and Ice ct Thursday, Jack and Jonnot Stock. 1 . - 1 tiMZSSA.' 1 1 1 1 toTal-mag- e 1 1 1 1 1 , 11 .pec-tntor- s, lt One-hal1 FIRST 1 1 3IORGUND, 5200,000 20,000 1 1 Together with a sarletyof lher prcptrty used on a tarn, too tedious to mention, Trrms liberal and made known nn day of mIp T. 11. llRIOlll 7i PUBLIC SALE LEND. STOCK EKB CR0F. At Kxecutor of George Vaughn, deed , I will tell at his late residence yt miles from .Stanford an Crab Orchard pike, on S7-- y Bol-Kin- m THE FARMERS. Tuesday, Nov. 1st, 1892, fh following property, The Farm of 26 Acres Of good la ml, well imprnvt.1, has yowl tentUnce, barn and other autliHilduigt, and whIoi, t.w the lauds at S. II. bhanks, J. K. Lynn and A F. Moberly. cash; balance in one aw1 Terms: two years with Interest Aim ins Ono-tlurd M te-fue- Du-lut- l'mir llrood Mare, a Maros and Colts, good, onikn-network Horte, i Jfnei and trflt, i Kwes, i Calret, tfo and old Heifer,40aHowt andSoullv'own 1! neks, 1 la Shoats, about ao acres ot Corn in tho field, 6 stacks I irno- thy liny, a 'tucks ol Uats, a Mowing Alacnines, Reaper, 1 Wheat Drill, Hay Rake, I Rockaway, a lot sf Fvlico l'oilt, 11 stand. Ileus, nlotol llrlck, 1 Harrow, 1 Wagons and all other Farming Implements usually fuuud eu a first cla.s fur 111, and 1 kt 1 first-cla- 1 one-four- th Forty-Nin- e Shares of Bank Stock tlieiu a Call. THE KOFFEY HOUSE Trust Co. and 14 in Ten in the Farmers lUnk (lie Hru National if Sta ford, ij iu tho Wtxton National ol St Joseph Mu,andio In First National of Fort Scott. Kansas At the same time ami place I will sell S good well bred a year okl Colts, llrood Mares and and forne nice yearlings and Terms made known on day of salo. 5., Kxei tor George Vaughn, deed W A HAIL, JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. blue-gras- s MWKorroHtiWeslernRi Schedule July 17, 1B9I bar-gain- kot-tle- 1.KAVK NORTON DAILY 3:00 p m for Graham, lllucfield, I'ocahontus and intermediate stationa. 10 00 am for lllucfield, Radlord, Roanoke, and Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via Roanoke) for Waihlngton, Hagerxtewn, Harris-buri'hiladclphtaaod New York. Pullman bleeping Cars from Loul'villo to Nor folk via Norton and Radford; alto Rudlord to d New York, via Shenandoah Junction, also to Washington; Ito from Lynchburg to Richmond. Trains for Pocahontas, Powhatan and Goal-wil- l leave lilueficld daily at 9 05 a 111, 315pm and Rail-for- 37-- tf .GASH I d j at Nortou Iroui the C4.i u.tiiy ai. Washlncton afid Chattanooga Limited, a train of Pullman Coaches and sleeping cars runs daily via Shenandoah Valley route, stopping only at Luray, Shenandoah, Basic, Roanoke and Radford, North Hound Limited leaves Radford 11 36 p in For further Information as to schedules, rates, ic., apply to agents of Norfolk Si Western RailW. II.DKVILL, roader to Gen Passenger Afit., Roanoke, Va. 1 75Pn. arrive Trains 30 p m and 645pm that thn It thn only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of Ihc National Hank Act dcpontors are secured not only by the capital ttock, hut by the stockholders liability for an amount equal to the ttock, to that depotitors of ihlt inttitulion ar tecured by a fund of 400,000. Five sworn statements of the condition of the bank art made each ycarto the United States government and Ittattett are caamincd at stated times by government agents, thus securing addilitona nd perfect safely to depotitors. This institution, originally ettahlithed at the Depottt Hank of Stanford in iSjl, then red as the National Hank ol Stanford in iKoj and again re organised aa the first National Hank of Stanlord In hat had practically an uninterrupted exittcnceofs yean It is better supplied now with lacllitles for transacting butiness prompt Ky. ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable carerr Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms arid individuals respectfully toile I have quite a number of I ARMS for taleol the ted Landtin Lincoln county. scry best II The Directory of thit Hank 11 competed ol Thete Farim ate all well improved and nood rich lands, running in sue from so to 500 Acres. T J. Kottor, of Stanford; Considering theit locality, their richness and ferKotmttis Hind, Lincoln county ; tility cf Hill, the convenience of turnpikes and J. W. Haydm, Stanfard; bring markets right to our door, they that S II. llaughman, Lincoln, aretheaper than tho Landt of aay other couHty.in the State '1 here is scarcely a Farm in the counM.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon: a depot ty over 5 mllet from S. T. Harm, I.lneoln; 1 he county it checked u nh turnpikes running J. S. Hocker Stanferd; inevrry direition I'liere is not a public road en tenngtbc county seat that is Hot Macadamized G A. Lackey, Linoeln; We have the Knoxvillo llranch ol tho I. .V N R T. P. Hill, Stanford. R, dividing the county from listt to West and the W. O. Welch, Stanford; C S. R R from North to Njuth; the K C. R. R from this nlaco to Cincinnati, crouintr the C. & O. W.P.Tate, Stanlord. at Winchester, giving full acceat (a the markcttol OFFICERS: thn whole world. Iletidet, we have threo largo .Mills in the county mat give us a market I S Ilucker, President; for all our grain right at homo; and the developJohn J. Mc Roberta, Cashier; ment of the mountain regions of Kattern and A A. McKinncy, Ainitant Cashier. Kentucky bv lailroadt and the outlet bonth by railroads has created such a demand for all kinds of cercalt and provender that wec-i-n scarcely retain enough tor homcconsumptlon. 'I he people are prosperous, generous and kind, believ.ng in Christianity and education. Thre it not a neighborhood in the county but hat a OF STANFORD, KY., good church and school-houiStanford, thecountr teatof Lincoln, is a little city of about 2,900 mhab.tauts and is It uew fully orgsnired and ready for busmen with the great doorway from the North and NorthSouth and fiom the Northwest 10 Kouthexit, Paid up east of - - 5200,000. and Handing as it does gaiuig right into the bosom of tho undeveloped mountains of Southeastern . - - - 19,000. Kentucky bjeked up by the whole Mil- - Gra region ol the State with railroads running through SUCCESSOR to 1HK LINCOLN NATIONAL it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally HANK OK STANFORD, one of the best located towns In the South fur Now closing up) with the same attetsand undfer manufactures and other enterprises of magnitude the same management. Water Works are now being agitated und right Ily provisions of in chatter, depotitors are as of a mile above the town about there could be erected Water Works with vry fully protected as aie depositors in National little ccst that would supply a city of 150,000 in- Hanks, its shareholders being held individually habitants with the purest jnd bett water in the liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein value thercnl, in addition to tb world. Our little city hts been newly rebuilt in amount at the parIn such thares. It may act as the last few years and its biitinesi housns ard res- executor,invettcd administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully At idences will compare with larger cities of greater an individual. merchants and trndtmn are pretention!. Our To thote who entrutted their bulslneit to ut We have two all prosperous and doing well banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are while mnaging- the Lincoln National Hank of Stanford, we we here tender our many thankt and good condition. prosperous and in a We have splendid schools. We have a Female trutt they will continue to trantact their butiness College, a Urge brick building, with over too pu with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenpils in attendance and under the pilncipalship ol tion to same, our twenty years' rxpcrl&ice in Prof. J M. Hubbard, is in a flourishing condi- banking and at liberal accommodations as are contion. We alto have a Seminary that It a good tinent with sound banking. school, with Prof 11. F.Johnson, at its head. We DIRKCTOKs: have one of the best Public School buildings ic J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; this section of the State, with over 100 pupils in attendance, and with other good private schools, J. M. Hall, Stanford; you tee our school facilities are excellent J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; We have elegant church fauilmngs, representing S.J. Embry, Stanford ; every denomination, with a full corps 01 minittcre of fiat class talent jmd are doing a better buolncii J. . Lynn, Stanford ; than any class of men in the city. A. W. Carpenter, Milledcevllle; I have tried to make this statement as facts, J. F.Catb, Stanford; without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those who know will bear n e out, and thote who wish William Gooch, Stanlord, Kj$ to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate S. II. Shanks, President. among a good people with al! the bett surroundJ. II. O wtley, Caih'cr. ings would do well to call aud see me before pur W.M. Bright, Teller. chasing oltewhert Solicited Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. Personi having any of tho above described tto'k for sale or wishing to purchase tame, will do will to call on or addrett me An experience of fifteen years in this hutinits hit been of profit to me and I think I i.aii make it profitable both to the buyer and Uer I O address bttnford, Ky. 100 Office at the Myert Houte ' JX. T. BTJSKC, an REAL ESTATE AGENT lii; Stanford, " uc-Gr-as rail-riM- dt South-catter- n farmersBank&Trusiuo. Capital e. prot-peru- us Surplus, three-fourt- hs - --