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The democrats of Laurel COUnty liaVO 1 proleticm and InHructOM, eight courei of itudy at fallow i Agricultnral, Scientific lllological, Civil hnKlncvrins, Mechanical Engimcrinj, eterlnary, Classical, Normal Sihool. County nominated Jatnf h. Plgg for Slierm. ThfTfunro six UUOCCIinied dwelling appointed received freeof tuition. Board in dormltone Sj per week, in private families $3.50 to $. JAS K. PATTERSON. Ph D.. Prea.. Lexington. KS', fmI. tho P'orcataloKues apply to f...l mot and wlieruawd and resolved; made tTuin past six years UANVlLLt. speeches and feasted in the customary -- The London Cornet Hand serenaded is no reason Mifs Annlo Robinson, of Lancaster, style; aud why not? Them Hon. P. Watt Hardin at tho Riley House why they should not resolve that they is spending a few days with her cousin, . ..:. Miss Mary Audcrrion. '. Monday ns he was passing thr.iuih from i would taue pleasure in iiiriiinmun " epeakinu at Manchester. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. George Lav. run re is niakiriir a pair able casketa in which to deposit their Mm. Anna Schmoker, who has been friends and customers at reasonable of No. 17 shoes for a colored "gemtnan" 1892. keeping a restaurant and urocry store of this county. His only fear U that rates and upon the shortest notire. near the depot, lias moved into thestoro Full corps cf Conservatory and Normal School teacher. Superior courses in Literature, Muiic and Tim delivery of pennons in memory they may prove a trille too small. t hoarding department recently occupied by Rmi's & Jones. Catalogue and circular! furnlihed on application. An Mr. Arthur Johnson, who has been of of Columbus began in tho churches There was an entertainment ac the New York n few days since nnd prayors hero very sick, has become so much betChristian church, Wednesday night, conwcroollered up for tho repose of his ter that lie will iu a few days return to sisting of a lecture with views of tl e soul. Thousands nf children were Calera, Ala., whore he has a drug store. Holy Lund, &c , witli a small attendMis John J.Samuel left for Louismarched around the strootH, scarcely a ance. ville Thursday, where her husband has one of whom had ever heard of ColumMessrs. X. II Hayes and K. K. Wilopened a now drug store on the southbus before and who would have much son, democratic and republican electors preferred to net a glance at John I Sul east corner of Brooko and St. Catherine shall keep constantly on During the year 1892 I for this district, spoke here last Monday llvan, Hud Doble or Nancy Hanks. This streets. Mr. II. K. Samuel will leave stock of hand a full and complete nnd would have been speaking yet if the waiting 100 years font public comtnem. next Tuesday, having sold his handsome crowd could have stood it. oration of tho exploits of Columbus is residence to Col. O. It. Anderson. The family of W. C. Pitman has reSlierilP Bailey received Wednesday very much on the order of the style turned toMancliester to inako that their adopted by tho colored people in old about two wagon loids of the booths, future home. Mrs. No rah Hays, nee slave times. When some venorable old iiiBchinery and things necessary in order Lovelace, is here from Indiana visiting MT. VERNON, ROOKCASTLE COUNTY. brother or sainted Maria would die, to vote under the now election law. It her father, mother and other relatives. they would wait sometimes 10 years and was indeed an "ainooeln" sight and reAmbrose Clantz owns and drives a ' A ball was given by Mrs. Ida B. My stock of all at once couio to the conclusion that called the remark of tho Frankfort solon mule to this place Unit has had its neck for liei step 6on, Robert L. Ilannau tho time hail arrived for appropriate ftt- - that owing to the complications of this broken. In re betting it the mule's head CJCOCXCS who has been visiting here for sevwould be fixed election law the citizen who attempted has grown back on neral services run! a day crooked. eral months. It was well attended and Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ol imd the people invited for miles around to vote under it would be in great danHon. J. K. McClary ably represent- enjoyed by the young folks last Tuesday drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas to attend the funural. This was regard- ger of being sent to tho penitentiary. ed It. D. Cook, Jr., in his appearanco be- night. A. R. PENNY. Daltoh in charge. There are now" 107 pupils at the pub- fore Judge Lair Tuesday. Mr. McClary ed as an important uvent and presumed The court of claims met this week to liavu a benctleial oiled upon the re- lic school, so many indeed that a third Is one of Rockcastle's brightest h'gal aud the full amount of claims allowed pose of tho dear departed as well as im teacher is badly needed. Amouj: those lights. Though cruelly alllicted with will 1)3 about 1,000 and the poll tax will ? to whom credit is duo for unceasing ef- rheumatism, to such an extent that he bo SI 50. Tho county judge was allowparting useful lessons to the living. On the 12th of October, IW2, Christo- forts looking to tho erection of the splen- is barely able t walk a step, the work ed 5509 and the county attorney SD00. pher Columbus is said to have discovered did now building now occupied by thia he accomplishes is far beyond that of Welcome Mullins keeps the paupera for nuioriea. Tho discovery hsu alwajsbeen school, none should bo more prominent many who ara blessed with good health less than $500. considered remarkable on account of the than Prof. J. W RnwlingH, county su and strength. It was James Harvey Pearl, instead Dr. Davis has had Lomau's photo- of "John Washington," who was robbed skill and darinu displayed by that won- perintendent He is vigilant in all mat derful navigator in embarking in frail te's pertaining to public schools and is graph taken, showing the position of the of a Winchester rifle last Wednesday vowels upon a tempestuous ocean in certainly the right man iu the right wound where lie was so dangerously cut night. It could not have been the writsearch of land he know not of and with place. There 'are IU", pupils in the col- in the side by Krieger, two months ago. er, for he never owned a Winchester, of success. And yet, not- ored school. lawman's is a remarkable case and his undwouldn't have gotten up if some Mrs. Amanda Mock Otlutt died physicians are preparing a report of withstanding the magnitude of tho unone had broken into his domicile. ,We are making. dertaking and the greatness of his dis- Wednesday morning at '2 o'clock after a it for the medical journals. Every phyMessrs. Charles It. Ilrook, P. F. covery, it bos taken thoenl'ghtened peo- long illncsp. She was a sister of Messrs. sician who saw l.owman pronounced his Stillings and R. R. Rowling, young lawple of this country 100 years to ee tho H.C.W. K. ond J. T. Mock, of this caso hopeless, but tho patient persisted yers of this place, have agreed to canvass 9) nronriotv of nubliclv celebrating the county. She was a good woman and in the belief that he would recover. Ho Laurel county and explain the new balO bestowing appropriate honors leaves her husband, Mr. I". G. Otlult, is now walking around, with a good ap- lot system. Mr. Stillings will speak 'at uvent and upon the great discoverer. Acting up- andahostof friends, to mourn Iter loss. petite McWhorter, Laurel county, Xov. 4, John Baughmau, colored, was reTho road question is still attracting Dripping Springs, Clay county, Nov. W, on tho old aphorism that it is better late than never, the people are becoming ex- turned to tho insane aiylurn Tuesday. tho attention of those desiring good Booneville, Owsley county, Nov. 'J, OF cited over tho celebration of tho landing A number of years ago John was shot in roads, and having the general welfare of Jackson county, Oct. Ill and of Columbus in a way; that certainly the head and clubbed with a musket by the county in view, they are advocating Jackson connty, Nov. 1, in addition It the purchase, by the county, of a road does cred't to their energy, if not to another negro, near Crab Orchard. to other work in Laurel. their good hbhss. What is to bo accom- was thought at the time he would die, crusher outfit. The matter has;been At the republican convention at for several weeks and at tlu Jnext Manchester, last week, Col. A. H. Clark plished by all this nousensical ,iarado but he finally recovered with several about Columbus remains to be seen In pieces of silver in his skull to take the meeting of the road commissioners it was nominated for circuit judge and New York the hotels will reap b harvest place of fractured skull bono removed. will be taken up and considered. With Hon. W. R. Ramsey, of London, for SHOES THIS SEASON. and tho railroads will recelvo their share He married and has several children and good roads and a few turnpikes our commonwealth's attorney. Ramsey was Spread eagle orators will got along fairly well until recently when county would attract immigration on ac- not a candidate for the oflico and was of the profits. be given n chance to expand their lungs he began to have various delusions, count of its many natural advantages; chairman of the convention. Someand talk glibly about Sir Christopher among them that ho has several "lives" value of lands would increase and a tide where near the ballot Hon. W. L. Rut why as he calls it; that is, that while he is of prosperity would begin far beyond Brown withdrew aud OwBley county and his wonderful exploits. stop with Columbus? There nro thou- Joint Biughtnan ho is at tho same time that ever known in these regions. cast her vote for Ramsey, as a compliHugh Miller, besides inspecting sands of discoverers whose deeds are several other individuals. Ho was sent ment. Knox county's candidate having worthy of public recognition and whose to the asylum last spring, but slipped at the quarry, has had general su- wi thdrawn that county also voted for lives would furnish RUlllcient material otTund tMiue home iu July and as he pervision of the forces at work there for Raiusoy aud of course Laurel followed to have a celebration every day in the was so much better than when hu was the past week. Mr. Leander Houk and and; he was unanimously nominated. year. On with the foolery; let nonsense sent the authorities permitted him to family, of Indiana, aro visiting relatives Ramsey served in the Legislature one remain. Last Sunday he began talking in this county. Mr. R D. Cook and year and be ttncou fined. the constitutional convention; that there crazy nonsense to his wife and alter wife, of it udvillo, wjro iu town so vera is a grandson of the late Judge Randall ft is not Konerally known are in the clerk's ollice of the tiarrard burning some of her clothes got a gun days duritig the week. Mrs. I). P.Beth-i- t nnd is a young man of ability far above county court portraits of Christopher and it is said tried to shoot her. He rum and sons, Leonard and Burgess, the averago. He will make a good prosColumbus and Ainericus Vespucci, that kept out of the way of tiie o dicers until were in.Stanford Saturday. Frank Kir-- ecutor. There could not have been two was called to Grays Tuesday to see better men selected from the republican were presented to the people of Garrard Monday night, when they nabbed him ' county in 1811 by Lieut. Cicero Price, of and took him back to Lexington Tues- Jee Jame Harks, who was injured in the ranks. and for tho U. .sNnavy. Commodore Price was day morning. mines. Mr. J. E. Abrahams, of the Ken When Judge Morrow adjourned the tucky Rillast Co , is hero from LouisMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. of the Duchess of Marlsbor-nnt'li- . the father Cantorla currtt "CastorlUso well adapted to children that Sour Stomach, Colic, Constipation, mid dim! onlv a short time since Boyle circuit court 10 days ago ho left an ville. Prof. Storrs, of Madison county, Knietatian, Craig Uoocli and Miss Tenia Single- I recommend It aa superior to any prescription Kills Worms, gUcs blwp, and promote dl in New York. He stood high in tho na- order that Pomp Hates be permitted to was lu'ie this week. ton obtained license Wednesday to wed Vnown to me." II. A. Aacnm, M. I)., Pomp Without injurious medication. vy and was an accomplished gentleman give bond In tho sum of fJ.OOO. Tho case of the Commonwealth lit So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. yesterday at the home of the bride's following is a copy was a nigger and as is tho case generally against K. D. Cook, Jr., indicted at the on The Centaur Company, 71 3Iurray Street, N. Y in every respect. The when niggers or poor folks get into last term of circuit court on tiie charge fuher, John Singleton, near Waynesot the proceedings In the Garrard countrouble, there was no great rush of ap- of murder, was c tiled before Judge Lair burg. ty court at tho time of the presentaMiss Selena Fetter, the actress, forplicants to become bondsmen, so Pomp Tuesday. It will be remembered that tion merly of Louisville, is to be married remained in jail until live minutes to 12 Miss Harnett, a young lady living in tho GarrarM County Court, Juno 10, 184 1. o'clock Tuesday night, when ho gave northern part of this county, committed Sunday to Kil ward M. Royle, who has A.C SINE j. N. MENEKEI acThe County Court of tiarrard part of "stage lover" in vari"portraits of bond and was released, the terms of his suicide some two months since. It is taken the knowledges receipt of the ous plays witli her. Christopher Columbus and Ainericus liond being that ho should appear for said she committed the deed on account Rev. B. C. Horton son of Mrs. N. J. Yespucei," celebrated alike for their trial at the court of very last resort. of Cook's desertion of. her, after setting Horton, of this county, was married on The name of his surety is a certain grim tho day for their mirriage to tako place-Iknowledge of navigation anil tho discovt the llthtoMiss Hattie Wittin, of Tazeis further alleged that ho furnished well, Va., and will bring his bride to see ery of America, from Lieut. Cicero Trice, old gentleman known as Death. Pump of tho I'nited States Navy, by whom was convicted twice of being connected the youug lady with poison, but upon his relatives on the L'Oth. thev were procured in Italy, together with tho killing of George Wella, at wiiat grounds an indictment could bo Miss Lucy Phillips, a niece of Mrs. His found for murder, when the defendant with the polite note tendering the same Junction City, in February, 1S!K). Fannie Dunn by marriage, and Mr, T. K. "as u testimony of his regard for the cit- case had been ravened twice by the was hundreds of miles away when tho Pyles, of Chillicothe. O , were marcourt of appeals, and according to tho unfortunate occurance took place, is Oilice izens of tills his native county." Harrodsburg. Miss Anuie Bryof tho cit- Inst opinion handed down, but precious something beyond the comprehension of ried at The County Court in behalf ant and K. O, Mitchell, of Louisville, izens of Garrard county accept them and little remaiued to be tried if tho accused inauywell posted iu the laws of the were also married in the same town. it is orderod that David Reynolds, sherill had lived until another term. After his laud. Bond was placed at $2,000, which Half-Fak- e nfnnlil pnuntv. nrocuro irilt frames for first conviction he was taken to the pen- was readily given. Kxithsion Viatiik (Jckkn t& Crescent Roi'tk, October 'Jotii, to vathem and place them in the court house itentiary and came back with an illness (Late Alexander's Hotel.) Nathauiel Brown, colored, died at rious p'oints on connecting lines in Arthat has siuje doveleped into consumpof this county and of the tion. Ho wanted to dio among his peo- the Maryland Hospital, at Baltimore, af- kansas, Louisiana and Texas, the last Ukbolvbd, That tho thanks members of the court be presented to ple in Clay county, but fate ruled other- ter winning a bat tint he would drink Harvest Excursion of the season. StopRates S2.50 Per Day. His remains were shipped to three pints of whisky. Lieut. Cicero Price for tho very elegant wise. over privileges and choice of routes alCourt-HousLord Tennyson's remains were cart- lowed. Tickets good 20 days from date Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the and appropriate present this day receiv Manchester Wednesday at noon., Wm. P. Temple, a highly respected ed to their last resting place in West- of sale for return. For information apKy. od, and that the note accompanying the ' W. R. LOGAN, Sullivan, unniH bo filed on the records of the citizen of Danville, died Monday night minster Abbey in conformity to his ply to agent at your station, or address W. Jones, A. aversion to a hearse. about 12 o'cIock, it is thought of heart .Tuirt. Manager. 1). Ci. Kd wards, G. P. A., Q & 0. Route, Marshall, clerks. J. J. On tho L'Oth of this mouth there Cincinnati, O. Hksoia Bi), That a copy of this order trouble, although it had not been sus... ...-be delivered to Lieut. Price. The note pected before that ho was so aflllcted. will be a partial eclipse of the sun, visiThe report of tho Grand Master of of Lieut. Price accompanying the paint He went to hear Ilro. Barnes preach ble in all North America save on the Monday night and after services wont Pacific coast. On November S there the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows, which inga is B9 follows: to bed and to Bleep. After will bo a total eclipse of tho g. o. p., vis- wa- in session this week, shows the orl'o tho County Court of Garrard Gent- home, went a time ho waked up and fooling a pain ible throughout the whole of the' United der in a most nourishing condition. beg leave to present to your lemen:-! Eleven new lodges were instituted and Knqtiirer. honorablo body two portrait paintiugs iu oiio spot in his stomach asked his wifo States. Cincinnati At the St. Joaeph, Mo Fair a pre- ,1,070 members iuitiated. There aro 1GL nnd Americua to give him a little soda and water. Stio of Christopher Columbus S100 was offered for the best lodges in Keutunky, with a membership Yespucei, which I procured in Italy iu did bo, but her husband was not relieved mium of Is Receiving His continuing to aulTdr a physician was loaf of light bread, and there were S21 of 73,000. The total amount spent in and Sept. last, whilst crulsinit in tho for tho past year was $34,021, of They are good likenesses of sent for. Ho came, but could giyo no competitors from 10 or l'J States, and it charities AL1L-WI1OTM- IB havlug been roljef, Mr. Temple dying in two or three was taken by Mrs. A. T. Parkor, of Lex which amount S2:it70:i went to ho rethese celebrated navigators, widows and the ormiuutea after his arrival. Deceased was ington, Ky. Such competition was nov- - lief of the sick, tho esteem-otaken from tho oldest and most Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Gie me call. phans. BourbonJ gallery at a nativo of Boylo couuty, but at the time er heard of before. paintings in the WCnty-eve- n I urn gratified with an oppor-timt- tv of tcntifvltiL' m v rpcnnl fir llm Conventions representing nil the j.0,,i0 0f my nBtlvo rounty and only Interests of any ot nro einK grct that my ottering is no', more worthy CiCKito Piiick, held nil over tho country. Aiiiouk ti"' jof your acceptation. U. S. Navy, number that have boon held in that of Lancaster, Juno 10, ISM. tho undertakers. This Is no joke. They Naples. lut. ' the civil war began was living iu Petersburg, Vh. Ho entered the confederate service as a private in Col. Frazier's regiment of Pickett's division and fought with the Army of Northern Virgii.ia until its banners were furled at Appomat-- ' tox. Going in asa private lie was a 1st lieutenant at the time of the surrender. Captured several times, he went back among tho "ragged rebbls" as soon as ho could escape or bo exchanged. Firm as iron in any position he took, ho was all kindness and gentleness in his intercourse witii his fellow men. Ho was a man of few words and many peoplo who had known him 23 years or more never knew that he patticipated in the civil war at all, but the friends who prepared him for tho grave found evidence that "he had done tho State some service" in the bullet marks upon his body. Mr. Temp'o was a member of tho Methodist church and a Mason and was buried with Masonic honors aftr religious services Wednesday evening Ht 3 o'clock. Mrs Temple and six children, all but two pretty well grown, survivo him He left thorn a comfortable home and a of Honor policy. laurel county. STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. l.ou.l - Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6th, Kxci-ln- A. R. PENNY. DRUGGIST AND JEWELER Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. ToiletArticles Glass, Books, liar-ma- n, WATCHES, & JTSWEIURX SHOES. uont-surauc- c PMOIAILTY Ann-vill- e, Mc-Ke- ag-tat- LADIESSCHILDREN & '00 M'ROBERTS HIGGINS. bil-la- st I by M :l M fm Infants Children. Dlnn-liu-a. a SINE & MENEFEE, Proprietors of The STANFORD LUMBER YARD, and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. i THE WILLARD. e, Louisville, J.J. - vSflm tFPwmni, ... .. ,. ,i..Awmf agnujMi- - Modi-terrane- au. d F (BOOBS rXi J. ' -- ?.- JL'j.IIWHI r9n&rrfltTVZ!l!B-F?rrWty- n, Blaine has gone to Whitelaw Keid's country homo in New York, where, it is said, ho will meet a number of leading rrpublicanH and talk Stanford, Ky., October ovei the political situation. Tho new Justice of the United States Supremo Court, George "Shiras, win Bworn in Monday. An associated press dispatch assures us that "The robe worn by Justice Shiras, to day, was of unusually fine silk and was presented to him by ladies of Allegheny County, PennsylGov. Bi'CKKKit has been appointed vania." a, to overseer of a road in Hart county. He we On account of the objections aisod DEMOCRATIC TICKET- Ins accepted and will till the position against him when he vpted nnnU the . below is with as much fidelity as he has the oth- $5,000,000 appropriation for the" world's For President, goods er greater ones that has made his career fair, Congressman Breckinridge- has deGROVBR CLEVELAND. as a soldier and civilian famous. clined to deliver tho dedicatory adJress For although the E. STEVENSON ADLAI on the at Chicago on the 21st, Tub Legislature is committee withdrew its objections, npol bank inspection question. If a majority For Congress, renewed its invitation. in the oized and of the members were B. McOREARY. JAMES The race troubles in Coahoma counoO penitentiary it would be money in the ty, Miss., are reported to have had their owFor Circuit judge, State treasury. to wceli we origin in a secret society organized by MIOAH O. SATJFLEY, go. to Judge Tonrgee, author of a "Fool's NEWSY NOTES. For Commonwpalth't Attorney, Itis claimed that ho, on payJOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR. The Homestead riot has cost l'eun- ment of $1.50, furnished tho blacks with .Men's ' sylvania $400,000. a certificate which, they were made to Wauamaker's life is insured believe, gave them the right to vote. John The people's party in Georgia, which . wool Near Davis Ferry, Ala., Richard L. Weaver and others claimed would carry for exactly $1,505,000. wool Tne Western Union Telegraph Co. Johnson, a planter, nnd his daughter a to thB State, haying been snowed under Odd. majority of S0.000, seems to bo fast dis- cleared $7,398,547 during tho fiscal year. were killed with an ax, it is suppose d, . .SI f Four persons were killed in Kansas by negroes and their bodies burned with t t "I integrating. The party organ at Atlanto fro; running into a the family residence. Johnson is thought ta has suspended and Chairman 'Irwin, City by a freight train abb US; to of the State executive committee, is irrin car. to have died defending his daughter to " Mrs. Mattie Logan Welch, sister of from assault. Seven negroes have been nesc qoocls non, i.lin. to Tor nnm fn Slicing for his salary, while there are II. Welch, of Jes- - arrested and a wholesale lynching is in to other signs of sadness and discontent. Representative John lm- itnh.nn.rtl prospect. As Speaker Crisp says, he can see how saiuipe, is tieau. Iu the four National Banks of Hich the republicans in Kansas can go to that The memory of Christopher Colum- ii.-t.n .?,. TfA montf there is now on individual deposparty, as it is a step in tho right direo bus was honored in a most imposing 1 5c comtion, but it is impossible for him to con it ?035,465.07. Climax. manner in tho beautiful New York harHiggins of Somerset, was bor Tuesday. The great' naval parade ' I led away ceive how a democrat can be from the only party that can give tho given two years in the penitentiary for and marine pageant was a brilliant suc booh. relief he desires. For 30 years, owing to detaining Miss Finnetta Woods. cess nnd was witnessed by hundreds of to u of Tho grand jury not only indicted thousands of people, the weather being a hostile Senate, kept so of late years by making States out of rotten boroughs, the leading strikers at Homestead, but superb. The street parade the day the democrats have not bren in condi also Manager Frick and others. wai almost as brilliant. Mrs. George W. Marvin, of Cordell, old tion to pass a single law, but when Mr. One hundred and twenty-fiv- e Ivy. Cleveland is elected and the Senate be- Ga., keeps her husband's dead body in soldiers, indignant at the attitude of A. HAYS, MaimRcr. comes democratic next March, every the parlor. He died in June last. General sickles with reference to The NowjVork democratic commitCleveland, met at St, Paul, promise will bo redeemed and legisla"FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. tee indorsed Judge Andrews, the repub- Minn , and formed the Democratic Vettion will be enacted for the masses and not for the classes, as had been ever lican nominee, for the court of appeals. erans' league. The League ifsued mi Win. Moreland bought of John M o has been address to the old soldiers of the North- He-i- 20 A fourth-clas- s since the republicans came into power. hogs at Ijc. Surely, with this prospect, this is no eitablished at Arigo, Boyd county, and west showing that Cleveland vetoed ouVest bought of Boatley Capt. Julian time for democrats to wander after John A Bartram appointed postmaster. ly unworthv private pension bills. j a lot of shoats at I cents. Our new line of- A little daughter of Frank Henstrange gods. We are at last in sight of It is reported that the republicans In Cincinnati best cattle sell at I 00, dricks fell into a kettle of apple butter in tho Congressional district iu Ohio the promised land. Let every democrat extra hogs of and Bheep 2$ to frc. stick to the old ship and wo shall do in Bath county, and died from the which sent McKinley to Congress, fcate Marcus DaTey purchase! tho ptom- badly sound up over the discovery that isint? colt. The Pepper, for $10,000. better than Moses, and get therein great burnB. Crazed by jealousy, Conrad Bendt r democrats stand an excellent chance shape. J.'B. McKinney has left at this otlite f 3 shot his wife and then cut his own tho winning their tight in a presidential of weighed IJ lbs. kl IIM ii"sr lUYAnnsayp: "I look throat from ear to ear, at their home in year, something unprecedented. Gov. a sweet potato which II HI Bf V V jev J Kleclrix by Electioneer was boimh:, McKinley, who has been stumping the upon tho force bill as one of tho most Louisville. The democratic executive commit- whole country outside of Ohio, will at Lexington by Marcus Daly for $10,000. in. Coal Hods, Vases, l'oker. rHuvt:ij, JUU1CI1 - CIS, ...tlJCS. J USM,1 reckless most cruel, most revolting parnow doubtless turn his attention to Ills Harve McAninch, of Casey, bought Iron Pipe, ect tisan contrivances ever devised." Ev- tee for the third Superior Court.dietrict, own battered fences. of butcher d in the WcbI End a nominated Judge J. H. Brent to sucerybody else who bii3 read it and under. cattle at 2 cents. stands its infamous provisions, looks at ceed himself. rjow it Works. -- Bed Brook 2:17, valued at $7,000, The Georgia Cotton Factory, at it in the same light. It is a menace to droppedjdead while being warmed up Athens, Ga.. was destroyed by fire at Woolen Gooila I'rntci-tt'itlie I'ar free government and n direct blow at the numb-enemAmount Pulil for Wiium. for trial epeed at the Maysvllle fair. liberties of the Southern people. If a loss of $150,000. Three Uncle Sam, following McKinley's adH. Jones a Ben Martin sold to3 ployes are left without work. Harrison is elected he will recommend At n dance near Soldier, two. drunk- vice, it endeavoring to have woolen bunch of fatlheifers ar 2 cents and a its passage for tho third time, as his parshirts manufactured in the United $iW and $75 80. ty is pledged to that end. Can any dem- en strangers shot and killed Charles States. We sjioiik of svoolon shirts hero couple of brood mares at heats with as many honCollins and serious- for short, and intend to include all kinds It took six ocrat waver when such an issue is di- Wilmuth and Harry es to decide the 'JMO.'pacing class at of woolen roods. rectly presented? Let every true man ly wounded Win. J. Henson. it was won by Storm; best W. P. Smith, manager of the liar- The census mjuim.iu.--s reci'iiiiv iiuu- go to the polls and by voting for Cleverodsburg Theatre, sued A G. Fields lished show that the value of all woolen timeT 2:101. land and SteveiiHon put the seal of his goods manufactured . in America lat Underwood sold to B. F. Henr condemnation on such partisan deviltry, whih) in Louisville for $100 for failure to year amounted to $SJ8,23i;ioy. That Robinson, ofGarrrd, n lot of butcher concocted to keep the republican party keep his contract to play there. Charles T. Yerkes, the Chicago was tho factory value, or the amount of stulfat 2 cents and a bunch of fat heifin power, against the will of the majorfactory received for street railway baron, will give the Chi- money which the woolen shirts ius were ers nt 2 cents. ity. tho goods. Such cago University a telescope that will imported John W. Bright sold to Thomas from abroad dining the year It takes mighty fine oratory to run a surpass the bie Lick instrument. and a lot of 1.10 pound Iiobs at 4 paid under theMcKinley law a duty of circus out of town, but that's what thev 100 moiin- -' Gov. McCreary, who is just back about 100 per cent. That duty was A. Swinebroad bouabt of say Speaker Crisp, Gov. Brown and Con- from Illinois, says the democrati c State to bo levied so as to compensate tain ewes at$.1 per head. gressman Ellis did Monday at Hender- ticket will be elected and it looks like tho American manufacturer for the difV; II. Ptewilt bought m hogs that, son. The speaking was in a large to- Cleveland will also carry the State. ference letveen the co.t of lalwr in averaged 225pounds, from J. C. Caldbacco wherd 3,000 people from va John F. Tolliver.ayoung electrician, America and Europe. Turning, how- well at and a prepared had gathered to hear thess able men in the emplov of the Indianapolis Elec ever, to our census tstati-tic- s, Ad rious other parties at discuss the tarifT, force bill and other tric Light and Power Company, was in- under Republican Mipervisiou, we find vocate. issues of the campaign. Speaker Crisp stantly killed by accidentally touching that the total amount of wages paid iu M. P. Ketchuni, of Brighton, Ont-- , the manufacture of woolen shirts is only is said to be a very captivating speaker two live wires. 22jf per cent, of the value of the good is the owner of o'.trottiinj dog that has a EVERY LINE .IS NOW COMPLETE and the Kentuckians were greatly pleasrecord efi: 18. The animal earns from The Democratic State Central Com- manufactured. ed with the Georgian. The signs are mittee of Minnesota has substituted on Thesitnation, then, is this: The Amer- f:'.00to$l0On week during the racing that Tom Pettit and his people's party Its Stato ticket the names of four third ican manufacturer of woolen Miirt Heason. won't stand any more chance in that dis- party electors for four democratic elec pays out 22Lj cents for labor iu tho manAt Lexington the Transylvania ufacture of a garment which ho places stake, 2: IS class, worth, 15,000, was won would in hades. trict than a snow ball tors withdrawn. upon the market for 0110 dollar, and ho horse Kremlin, , A dispatch from Middlesboro says is protected from foreign competition by the Massachusetts m m 1 it mil from a field of the best trotters in the Geohc.k Bauer, tho Kentuckian who Ball county can be put down for 100 maby a tarifT five times as largo as the total sold his birthright for a mess of pot- jority for the democratic ticket in No- cost of the labor. He protends that tho country in three straight heats; time tage and was permitted to continue as a vember. Bell was a republican strong- tariff is only as large as the difference 2:11$. 2: l.'l, 2: 11 J. J. T. HuLMiely;of Boyle, has sold to between the cost of lalKr hero and member of the board of pennion appeals hold a few years ago. abroad, but the .statistics show that the A. H. Moore, of Philadelphia, the noted under the rcpiiblicaniadminiBtration.has The New York World claims that tariff is, as ttited, almost five times great brood mare Fannie IL, by Red Wilkes, e. been summarily fired by Secretary o the republicans have already raised er than the total cost of his liilwjr. Tho dam Old Forrest.lby Edwin ForreBt, for In trying to please his new masto use in New York and Brookfollowing ta'ule hliows from the census ters he overdid the thing and he finds lyn, aside from an equal sum to be ex- statistics just what tho cost of manu- $1S,000. She is the dam of Evnngeline, recently, and Delegate, himself quartered on the narrow strip pended in the State at large. facturing woolen goods was in this 2:11, who died of land between the devil and the deep republi- country last year: Gen. J. 1). Cox, a mules which have been a (tJiHj faxl.iAlj.OIJ blue sea, where he will doubtless can, and twice governor of Ohio, has Cofctof materli.1 for per (out.) of the Twin shaft, at Pittstoti, the bottom wiws CK- l'or unwept, unhonored and unsung. deserted the grand old party of fraud, Amount :all cunt.) Tfl,7iW,871 La.,.for four weeks, have been found. (5lj per uxpeufciks force and protection, and next month CtmL) 19.!U7,'J0) There was a fire at the mouth of the Dumocratic confidence in 2sew York'8 will vote for Cleveland and Stevenson. .Dealers In. falling timbershoked it ip. Total SV.i,IU.;i3 shaft and electoral votegoingtoCIeveland and StevMore than 10,000 men are now at Picuts(iiHirrimt. :w,biy.:sHJ They had lived on such straw and enson is growing daily and tlu estimate work in Chicago in getting the buildWhen tho cost of labor amounts they could pick up, besides' chew-jni- ! of their majority runs all the way from ings and grounds ready for the great- exof tho total coat of manuthe bark from mine props and rail:50,000 to 100,000. Gov. Flower carried position of 1803. On a number of the facture itis evident that protictiou of road ties and eatim: pome leather. the State lost year by 45,000. All the structures work proceeds day and night. 100 j)er cent, is not to greatly n eded on If thn nrniiiL's of the fihowtneakn Sz account of high wajces in America as Jactions aro working harmoniously together and the outlook is as bright al- Ohio keep on at the present rate it will manufacturers pretend. If tho cost of labor most as could be wished. not be long before they reach $1,000,000 goods iu tho maniifacturo of woolen s I will tell pntalily my Farm of i Air, 1 null' amounted to a half or Quecnsware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner from Crab Oniianl, on llic Mjinli.nl pikf It i Theincreasc of 5 per cent., of the total cost of manufacture ccsdlamlmidpll Imptoveit with K"d at.Ilinc, h- the Senate fails to the per month. brought itd total earnings in September fall on mc on the Sets wilier. .V. Also agents for the Knipire Wheat Drill. there might ho homo basis for tho claim barn, ul.cyard, election bill it will besheerstubbornneis, up prvinUe r nddrcii m nt Crali Orchard. to $010,052. for high protection. Omaha DK N'Altm. JOHN 65tl for which the opposew will de.seryo to of the M.J. O'Brien, be kicked all over "Craw." Tho matter Catholic Knights of America, who rob , llettrr Wait n Utile. is of too vast importance to leave, a quesbed that order of 175,000, was arrested Because some men aro dh.sitisiied tion of doubt upon, especially w'hen the Of,all kinds in Philadelphia and taken back home. with some things about tho Democratic remedy is so easily applied. Detectives followed his wife, who went party is no reason why they hhonld per- Made and Set Up in All Parts of sist iu a movement to build up at iU the Country. For the ilr&t time in the history of on a visit to him. No Agents employed Norton, Va., staUs expenno the party which has forfe. A special from Wheelbarrows, Cross Cut Saws, Fencing Wire and Staples, lialing Chattanooga' the democrats elected ti generation been tho sworn enemy and & SON, board of Aldermen, ouly one poor little that Frank Johnson, being refused ad- vilifier of the honth. They had letter Wire, Horse Shoes and Nice Toilet, Chamber and Dinner Sets. W. ADAMS N0.41 Hroadway, Lexington, Ky republican being chosen out of eight. mittance to the home of his sweetheart, wait a little, until tho cloud of tile 19.6m in Knott county, Ky., raised n disturb- force bill no longer hangs over tho Everything seems to be going our way . this year. Hurrah for Cleve and Steve. ance in which the girl's father and one land and the Democracy has reduced the Republican plutocracyto a condition of of Johnson's friends were killed. Always on hand. All goods sold - UEAUaK IM have so innocuous desuetude, before they help Republican postmasters Already 110.000 is bid for the first (ho openly extorted campaign funds from to strike down tho only harrier that souvenir half dollar coined for world's air ami it is not sold yet. What Government employes that the Civil stands between them and the rulo of And Country Traduce, black Republicanism: There was fooltf thae mortals lie! Service Commission has made a public man who, so the Ha oprntil lila atock of goMo and ia rady to ere Or taken back.. Goods promptly delivered. Btory runs, out off h' the people of Stanford and vicinity. He l ofTer Btttement notifying tin victims that nil who want to house primary is be- they will not ht removed for failure to noso to spite his face. Do they wish to Inn unheard of lUrtfitina nnd uricus lhmild The houbo ...alAiihnlnunt tmillili; imitato him? Memphis Appeal-Avhim on Logan Aveboe, near Lancaitcr pike ing tried in Louisville with fair success. subscribe. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal W. F. WALTON. SIX : FACES. EVERY FBIDA". AvniTon Normal, notwithstanding tho attorney jeneral'8 opinion, says be will rufuBO to pay tho world's fair appropriation till n court of competent juria 14, 1R92 diction passes on the question. It is thought this may necessitate the abandonment of tho Kentucky exhibit. The Legislature is in eession and it would bo very easy to remedy the matter.' It and not tho auditor should bo blamed for such a state of ease. FALL: OPENING CLOTHING & HAT DEPARTMENT. ' - Our counters arc full of Bargains and unload them in intend harry Our prices are, as usual, competition, The reason that all our are bought for it, dead-lock- ed dnd-locke- d ." per cent, lower than other merchants can buy them, And bought ing our facilities for hmdling big lots. Therefore for'thc coming intend malic Clothing - Jfen's Jeans Coats only $1; .Wen's Cassimere Panis 00c; Pants 75c; Boys' Knee Pants 25c; Boys' Knee Pants Suits 70c. J 1 J Jeans Uen's good Suit.' $3.10; Men's all Cheviot Suits $5; Men's all Worsted Suits 7.25; Youths' Suits, IS IS years, $2.25. Coats at your own price. Jill our $11 Suits martea aown alt our $13.50 Suits near lied down our $io suits mark ea aown tfiu.ou; $11. all our $16' Suits are i mai iica aown, oid. and i nt aval yourself of the opportunity buy Clothing at vriccs Gents, looh at our line of Stiff Hats in all the new shapes, from 75c forc. Ex-May- or 200 pair Blankets from pair up; Comforts from :0o up. Also a plete line of Ladies and Gents' ndcrwear. Boots and Shoes for all. Every article in the house within the reach of your pocket Don't buy ithout first going the Originators Low Prices, he-fo- re THE Stanford, 250-poun- : LOUISVILLE , ; STORE. post-otlic- d CALL AND SEE. N Br, j , ' ME1ATIIW nr sz 1 J JlJdiVJM 1 car-loa- B. K & W. H. WEAKEN. l 1 ,lnc Lox-injjton'- FULL! 1 TO THE CEILING WITH El-ki- n ware-hous- e, s car-loa- d 1 NEW GOODS! m COME Anrii SEE feMDK ICo-bl- HMVMMANOjE & life-lon- g ""-Sixt- een - FARRIS & HARDIN, fod-der- as - one-fift- h HAEDWABE, FJEABo Farm For Sals. ( STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES 'three-'fourth- - re-en- act World-Heral- d. MONUMENTS C. FOWEI.I., Fresh Stock of GROCERIES general -:- Merchandise, GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED, MoKxxriTxrsr a bbos. ',.'- - ' -- ? . ., .- V. V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Octoiick 14 1892 CAMPAIGN 80NQS. ALFALFA FOR LIVE STOCK. Stanford, Ky., E.O.WAtTON, Cast rfTorta In tlio New York World' 1'rlxa Competition. My Murylnnd." Came, rally, boya, fnun hill nnd plain. For Cleveland, for Clevolnml: Tho wAtohwunl la Kfforni attain, fttid, Ki-- sue. Manager r TOB. A : BINT. : Vo,ll ralao our bnnnepi In tbe air, And nt tbe polls we'll iln our share. We'll coat our ballot solid thera ForOlareland, for Cleveland. Come from tbe workshop and thu mine For Cleveland, for Cleveland; Join In tho Democratic Hue Ciurelatid, for Cleveland, A COMPARTMENT INCUBATOR. Tlley Claim ICverj thing for SPLENDID FARM, Known as the J. I) Carpenter place, tltuated )i milea from Huttonville, on the Mlddleburg pike. The place i well improved anil In a healthful locality. For particular, address MRS. W I IIKDDBNS 56 imeot ioio Olive Street, Kanta City, Mo. tabler'sdii c bugkeyeOLC OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A SURE rrrrarllUUIIlUVU1.TiUHMtD. For Cleveland, for Cleveland. "Protection" iMirely I a lie. Tho tariff we v. Ill knock iky hlah, Wn'll rnl our UiHoU by and by For Clct ol.md, for Clovulnnd. Throughout tho land o'll Hlinutnudslni: ForClovelnnd, for Clcvelaud: For lctory Ujutt the tiling For Cloelatid, for Clcclimd. Old Ilenjauilu we'll surely rout And erhd tho force bill up the spout, Tlir bllllim prtfttileiit turn out. With Clawlnnd, with Cle eland. Somel)oly Imving said thero wan no fiticccHsfiil compartment incubator, in which u few or a great many eggs could bo hutohed according to tho supply tho It Katiltinglr. It and Claim Poultry World writes to declare polemn-l- y that in his judgment this is n mistake Ho says his own particular compartment incubator is a howling success and he is prepared to prove it. Ho sends poultryinan had, a correspondent ot Tho ond CERTAIN CURE known for 10 years astho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. CO., ST.LOflS. Fair Sim. llrowu'a IJody." Ileform's fair nun la rising nud the darkness fades n ay. Protection born of Igtiorauoo ciplrcs beneath it ray. Its noun shall oroivu tho glory of our nation's brightest day As o go marchlngon. (Alr-"Jo- Itvforti)' hn COMPARTJIENT INC'UIi.VTOK. & OHIO RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia CHESAPEAKE Baltimore, Now York, And ill other Ksitern Clllet. ShorteM I.lnc between Lmiltvllle, ct on us. f.loryt glory! hallelujah! Oloryl glory! hnlleluj.tlil Olnr) ! k'lory! hallelujabl Iteforni Koes uiuruhluicont llemcmbcr eighteen ninety with ltsictoryand fame, Twm liut thoMiiokn frun!ilcb crolongahnll burst the mcrnl flatno Of liberty triumphant, 'midst a Knplo's glad acclaim. Aa pi tunrrblDgon. Hlee, freeuieii, who Imve never Hill; and bill! 1 Leiuislon ami Kaitcrn Point. IN EFFECT SEPT. u, iS?i 1 nrr Defeat thednrk dpiliof the corrupt elections Strike iIiivmi he tariff nihbursMhuhac tapped tho publlo till! 11 llefnrin ijti mnrahlng on. Cleclaml and McrMii Imvoarmed them for tho tUTil: Truth, faith 11ml biimini: nnl uphold their Imtittrr I'rlslil. Ours li truMrvtullnif llMwouhnbnttloforthe lowtl to force ve. l.eslngton EAST HOUND. Mt. Sterling Ac Pad Mall, No t cotnmndation, No ti jj am; Vettihuled No. 4, 6 to p m; Morrhead Aom. No, st pjam; " Ka-pr- et, 5 jo WEST HOUND Arr. Leiington: Letlngton Accoin. No. 17, Bojam; Louisville It No. at. imop m; ljmnjton Actum. No. as. p m, Vettiliuled Ki. No. frum jopn. fj, 6 Hi y ra tin tranfers chanve. II W. Solid Vcstlbuted Train with Dining Cart. N l.etli.gtim without rtrhl. For (.'luelunl awl itnforml Throufh Sleepers (Ml KVAN. Gen. Pat. Agt, Att't Gen. Pau.Agl.. I) C Cincinnati. Waihington, OSCAU t;. MURRAY, Trafhc Mana2rr. Our I'artt'a Keply. l.Mr-"A- uld IP YOU ARE CiOINO . .. oh NORTH TllK WEST, Tbey'ro stnlwnrt men. true Dumocrats Our nat Ion's cholrv aro t he) . With Cleveland tritu and Htevenwin We're Ixmud to tti the day! ho our Iryders are. Thej'ro litjnl iiihii ami truel Tlioy'rn men of tifl nud noblo minds. Of truth and aIor too! Yon 'nk lit Unajhne."l Louisville 4 NatMviLic R. R, It the line for you, at III Double Daily Trains Male connection at cloit LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all pointa. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. ItAGOAi.K CHKCKKD THROUGH For any information taiinire of Or W. W. PENN.Trav. t Hours. We're hound to " In the day, hooru) t Wo're bound to vt lu the day; With (.'loielaml true aud Hlevcnfon, Wo bound to ln the dnyl You ask us u hat our plcdgrs aro, And what our course shall be? Oh. 'tis our pleasure to reply. To make free) men more free! To emphasize the right of states. To lib-- ty Klve sway, 'Tariff reform" our shibboleth, We're bound to win the da I Then wake, ye freemen, wake yo all! Sound loud our glad refrain; Wn'll force deceit from oil the throne Where righteousness should reign. We'll make protection (?) bite tho dust, "Ilefonn and right" for aje; With Justice MtaudltiR by our sldu We're bound to win tho dayl JOES RICH, Acnt, Stanford, Ky. Pat. Agent, Junction City, Ky r? Horse Notes. Salt rler. There should bo light enough in th-- j moults. horse stables so that the animal will not Double Daily Schedule, Si Hurrah, hurrah, for now wo have the wnjt In Ellect July 17. iftjr lie blinded when brought out into tho Hurrah, hurrah, for the election day; When Jroer'a In the White llousu the Demofull glare of tho sun. crats will sta). A horso has no gizzard, and if the flVsVl, D'ly And (I. O. P. goes up Halt river. teeth aro poor or sore, so tiiat ho canr. m. A. M. a u.kr, u. ..A 5 45 s jo Drmovrats, O Democrats! the workmen now not chew his grain, ho cannot .. Knosvill. " "! digest it, ,6 w: 5 4 kuow well .K. .V O. Junction .. . 6$J S3" 8 IS Thalwhruwu lot four years ago truubleaou and ho will grow lean even when well S 19 8 05 .llevffly...... . . 858 701 fed. When this continued leanness is fell: JOJ 7 33 Thethem Oil 73 ...Maloncyville. farmers, too, will come to us, and come to noticed and an increase of feed does not Cony ton 4 30 7 4i 99 7 us pvllnicll, I.uttrell 4 4 7 33 bring an improvement, then it is time 9 34 7JS Powder Springs .. Po O. 0. P. goes up Salt rlier. 4 17 7" Vs? 11 to examine tho teeth or havo a good .Waihburn 4 3 7 11 10 ej J5 Democrats, O Democrats', come forth In full horse dentist do so. Perhaps one tooth w William Sprinc.... 3 39 700 10 IB .. Oikimn array; 1015 8 19 35' may need pulling or filling or attending Clinch Rive-r10 7j In 3 49 March straight on, ueter fearing, anil you will t.one Mountain. to in some other way to inako eating JI 0J7 S44 wiu theda); Tazewell 84) I0 i3i our lruniKts pea! forth loudly, your ban- easy, and if that does not do it then the I 17 909 roell Itiver 1 Si6 ner gu) ly sway, grain should bo ground and fed upon 9" .. Arthur a 41 5 5" For IS O. P. goes up Salt river. four Seasons... JS 0 IS II the moistened hay. 33 .Aitliur II 43 96 A contributor to The National StockHamilton Sluing S3 II 57 9 iij S43 The Need of tli Nation. a 18 5 10 Cumberland Gap.. . a 0,1 930 man claims to havo cured cases of Not a state mnn magnetic. Tunnel Junction M 5'S i 07 9 45 scratches, which wero so bad that tho M II. Junction Not a man sympathetic 11 16 1005 it 44 39 1 on Middleboro With trusts and combines u 30 lo 10 horses could not lio down, aud tho legs Is the need of thu nation; NORTH UOUND. wero swollen and skin cracking "from Hut n sturdy, reliable. iu cup III tho hips to tho hoofs," by bathing with Leave Cumlierlaiul lap, I.. & N. Strictly unbu) able, " . .. Corliln strong aud uopllHble, thick sour buttermilk. Tho worst case , ilI jpm " Livingston ' Ever) day man. .. 3 41 a i" " was taken on Monday evening, and Winchester Ilullt upon the lines of honor and vir- after three applications the animal was " ... .. ,t j a m " l.ealnirton " ... 4 je a in tue. Pari put at work on Thursday cured, "as " .... ,., 7 oj a in Hut keen and alert, too Arrive Louiivllle " .... ,. ; a m ' Cincinnati sound and supple as sho ever was." Two A resolute man !ODTII HOUND. Thal'a the need of tho nation; other can's wero cured by two applicaAnd rover's tho man. lM A NT 7 3o p in Leave Cincinnati tions each, and tho baro stHits where tho 8 45 p ra " I.ouisvilIe Ono that's Just to a foemnti, ... .10 30 p ra sores had leen were covered with a Arrive Pari Yet truckles to no man, .il 15 p m " I.esington healthy growth of hair in a short time. to ,.u 45 pm " Wiucneiter Norswcrvcii from the right m It was applied by rubbing on with a ' I,ivington Though he meets condemnation. .. 3 30 a m " forbin A fco to plutocracy cloth for about a half hour at a time, . S 15 am ! Cumberland Gap To Hiihlo aristocracy. aud its effects wero almost immediate. Pullman Palace Car Knonville to Ciuciiiuat Firm for Democracy, This is worth knowing, for if it will without change. leading the Van. North and Connections made with all train cure so severe a caso of scratches as ho Where hottest the fight North-weat Grand Central depot. Cincinnati. 'Oatnst misnamed protection describes, it would cure other sordV, and office. Through ticket on sale nt City Ticket And bajonet election nSGay street and Depot Ticket office, foot Wt an ordinary case would bo cured by a A thoroughbred man. Main street, Knosvllle. single bathing. American Cultivator. apThat's tho need of thu uatlou, For any information a to routei, rate, etc , ply to .nd Ureter's thu man. W.A IILY, Acting Gen'IPs" Ast. A Great M Intake In Kape sril. HKNRY A SMIlll.Oty lickci Azt Porter's I'liiieeemnury Work. Professor Craig relates how an exceed- Knnxville.Tenii. Iloliert P. Porter, superintendent of ingly annoying nud costly mistake was the census, is writing long letters to the j made by an English firm of seedsmen in Horfoik -- Western Chicago papers to prove to the working- - filling orders from this country for seed men of Illinois that they have had their of fodder rape with the seed of the raised by tho MoKinley tariff. It inon bud rape. Professor Craig mti-i- s Schedule .Inly 17, i8yj an unnecessary undertaking, for every mates that most of the stx'd sent out to LEAVK NutUuN DAILY wage earner in tho state knows whether farmers by seedsmen has been from this his wages are higher or lower than they imtiortntion of bird rao seed, and it is 3 00 p m for Graham, llluefield, I'ocalionta and . !...ill !. IlilYU UO il'iUCU wore before tho McKinley bill became u j UJ 1... r.. ....! ItJUly UirUIIJ till WIHJ 1. ...... intermediate ttationa. io'oo a m tor Minefield, Radlord, Roanoke, and law, nnd he also knows that if his wages mado a trial of rape this year will have Lyuchbure, Riclimnud and Norfolk. Alio (via have been increased it has not been their trouble for nothing. Roanoke) tor Wathington, HREeritewn, liarrl burg. Phitadelphiaand New York. of an era of artificial prosperity Professor Craig states tho difference Pullman Sleeping Can from LouI'vilte to Nor between tho two kinds of rape, which is folk via Norton and Radford; alto Radlord lo created by McKinloy nnd his bill. New York, via Shenandoah Junction, alto Rad (N Y.) Argus. that tho bird seed plant blossoms while ford to Washington; Wo from Lynchburg to Rich, tho other does nut the first year. Before mond 'I rain lor Pocalioutai, Powhatan and doo.1 Don't Forget the. Northwest. he left Madison (about the 25th inst.) will leave llluefield daily at 9 05 a in, 3 j p m and Now that tho Republicans havo awak- some of tho rape on the college farm had 7 1 pm revealed its character by its blossom Train arrive at Norton Irom the Eait daily at ened to thoir danger in tho northwestern I 30 p m and 6 45 p ra statos, thero is occasion for increased und was promptly plowed under, and Waihiligtnn and Chattanooga Limited, a train of Pullman Coache anil sleeping car run daily vigor on tlio part of the Democrats. The this course Professor Craig recommends via Shenandoah Valley route, iloppmg only at plutocrats will give freely to tho slush with all field- - of rape which aro in Luray, Shenandoah, llaalc, Roanoka and Radford. fund, and tho peoplo must seo that tho bloom. The error is particularly exasNorth Pound Limited leavra Kadlord 11 uti p ni For further Information as to achedule, rate, educational fund is sufficient for the perating und may set Kick many years Ac, apply to agent or Norfolk Western Rall- - work to bo done. SL Louis Post-Dithe introduction of this valuable fodder olaut. Breeder's Gazette. Gen. Passenger Agt., UoanoV. e, Va. j patch, tooirille, Cunbcrhnd Cap & Louisville DeiuiirrHtlo Itallr. (Air "Marching Through Georgia." Democrats, O Democrats! come forth and hear Ibem shout! (!. O. I. In verysuro that it will not ro out; liut tho Tlgcr'aiil thu tudder,tho F.mplruState In stout, Po O. O. P. goe tip an illustration of the machine to The Poultry World, from which wo copy it. Tho compartments are of different sizes, so that tho hatcher can always heat up one or more of them and put tho eggs ho has on hand to incubating without wniting for more to put with them, thus insuring life and freshness. Tho man ufacturer writes of his machino: "The engraving 6hows a four compartment hatcher, tho machines being made with from two to ten compartments, each compartment holding 80 eggs or HO eggs, ns desired. Each compartment is separate and distinct incubator, having its own henter, moisture and ventilation arrangements and its own regulator, and each compartment maybe run its separate incubator, thus taking tho place of hovcral incubators of tho samo8izo (capacity) of each but taking lip less spaco and leing much more convenient in many ways, to say nothing of economy in cost. 'Tin illustration shows the first with outerdoor ojhjii, showing eggs and regulator on a level with tho eggs; the door of becond compartment is closed; the third compartment is shown with lxtth outer door and glass door uiK'ii, showing the wire guard or fence, which is adjustable, and is placed on each tray when the chicks liegiti to pip, and prevents them, when hatched, from getting out of tho tray; the fourth compartment is closed. Breeders of several varieties may hatch a different variety in each compartment, '.r chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys, guineas, ostriches, quails, terrapii'g, turtles or snakes may bo hatched in separate compartments." It is the practice of this writer to fill tho separate compartments at intervals of threu or four days. At tho proper time he tests tho eggs in tho first ono and weeds out tho unfertile ones. After the eggs in tho second compartment have been tested enough good ones aro taken from it to fill tho empty space in the first compartment. In like manner tho second ouo is replenished in due time from tho third, and so on, till by thu time tho fifth is full tho sixth will be empty and ready to fill with fresh eggs again, lu this way ho thinks he gains a fifth moro room by tho uso of the compartment incubator. 11 11 com-partiiipcom-IHirtmu- nt Sheep and lings. Tho best results aro obtained from feeding cattle on alfalfa, and hogs, sheep and cattlo will fatten on it in epilng nnd summer, and keep in good condition in winter on tho hay. Alfalfa does not frcezo out ns red clover does in tho east, aud for this reason it is a most Fattsfactory crop in cold climates. Fed to hogs alfalfa prevents many diseases which might result from a too exclusive grain diet, nnd hogs never die of hog cholera that nro fed on alfalfa. Turned in tho field in tho summer time they gorgo themselves with the rich, succulent grass, nnd in tho winter time thoy enjoy tho hay and silago mado from it. They look better than thoso hogs which aro fed corn tho j'ear round, and their Krk is certainly Bweeter and moro succulent. Steers fattened upon alfalfa can be Eold directly to the shippers and butchers nt good prices. Many of them prefer steers fattened on alfalfa to thoso fattened on corn, nnd the meat is considered much sweeter nnd juicier. When fed to milk cows tho grass and hay not only make them sleek and fat, but it gives iv larger flow of rich, creamy milk. By acting on tho nutrition organs it gives tone aud strength to tho whole system. After having tried chopped feed, timothy and clover, I am of tho opini in that alfalfa excels them all in increasing the milk flow. Thero aro many who differ from this view. Sheep aro likewise lienefited by this crop, and they live luxuriously ujwn the long, succulent grass. Probably there is no chenjK'r grass to sow for the sheep, as it is a great grower nnd a luxuriant producer. It gives double quantity for t'v time nud expense given to it. Besides furnishing good feed for nearly all of the domesticated animals, it enriches tho soil with its long, intricate roots, which ramify far down into the soil nnd Jtenetrato to the lowest depths of the subsoil. B. P. Smith in American Cul tivator. :.tl!ow:is in a Cold Country. Mr. Cochrane has at his Mosquito creek ranch the oldest Galloway herd in America. In 1881 ho brought out thirteen heifers direct from Scotlnnd; later he Ixnight a whole herd from J. D. McGregor, of Brandon, and he jiosesses several of tho finest strains of blood. He makes a jioint of discouraging undue interbreeding, bringing in fresh bnlls every two or three years. While he has 1.J100 to 1,100 cattlo on his range, ho has found Galloways tho most profitable. Tliey are so hardy they rustic their own living where others starve, and thero is seldom a loss in tho breeding season. Mr. Cochrane has had 100 per cent, increase in tho season. Being short in tho leg and tho offal less than in other cattle, when killed they give a greater percentage of dressed meat, while the flesh is of suicrior quality, and tho skin makes a valuable robe, being a good substitnto for :i buffalo robe. Tho Galloways nro highly prized jn Manitoba, where in the severest winter they speedily convert tho straw stack an encumbrance in that province into the finest of beef. In Alberta they g are found equal to all emergencies, always lively, masterful and good feeders, and whether on tho range or in tho byre they aro always kind and gentle and favorites with thoso in charge of them. Mr. Cochrane has nlontV20 of thei't nt his ranch. Nor' west (Winnilie-in- Good Itesults from Feeding; It to Cattle, New South Wales, who has evinced n deep interest in tho foreign meat trade of that colony since its inception. A feature of this report that will hrtvf peculiar interest for breeders in thi country is its reference to tho compara tivo results from n series of crosses upon Merino ewes by rams of different British types. Of course theso are by no means conclusive. Equally certain it is that tho accuracy of results arrived at will b challenged by tho admirers of tho different breeds mentioned. At the snmo time nn interesting line of inquiry is opened up by tho suggestion: Why is it that in a series of experiments with Iwth wethers and ewes, separately conducted, with animals 0, 12 24 and 530 months old, tho result should invariably show in favor of tho Lincoln breed? Crosses giving next best results follow in this order: Border Leicester, Romney Marsh, Hampshire, Leicester, Southdown, Cotswold, Shropshire. The differerces between the best of these wero not very great, but in all of them the is reported to bo tin best, value of wool aud mutton con sidered. This no moro determines the relntivo value of mutton rams for crosses on Merino ewes in this country than the presence of one swallow will prove 4Jiat spring has como, but if the results as recorded will servo to stimulate tho managers of experiment stations to take up and follow the line indicated much will lie done in tho direction of securing n moro general recognition of tho merits of all breeds in their purity as well as their value for advancing the stnndard of the many millions of sheop now handled without adequate profit to owners and with too little benefit to the country. Breeder's Gazette. Merino-Lincoln lie Believes This la tho Ilest Ilnraa for the Farmer. I have rend with inferos tho discussions in regard to draft horses and common purpose horses as suited best to fannwork. Tho best horse for the CROSSBRED MUTTON. farmer to raiso is the horso that will bring him tho most money. I havo bred Australian Experience In CrosslugM rrino nt different times tho three draft breeds with n Mutton Type. viz., Percheron, Clydesdale nnd Shire. Some Australian breeders began experiments at crossing Merino owes with Of the three breeds I consider tho Clydesrams of the British types, with the view dales tho poorer, having very flat, poor to determine how fnr efforts at meeting feet, loggy joints and bad dispositions, tho demand for crossbred mutton might tho mares being quite inclined to bo be safely and profitably adhered to. The kickers. The Shires aro better, making very results of these experiments were alluded bo good draft horses, but inclined to slow. to at some length in tho Into annual reMy best been with port of the chief inspector of stock for PerCherons success has tho Morgnns. the crossed on bred two mares, descendants of Old Justin Morgan, to a Percheron horso nnd raised n span of mares which I must say wero tho gamiest team I over owned. Their weight was about 1,250 pounds each. I in turn bred these mares to another Percheron horse, their colts being n horso nnd mare which nro now five years old. Tho horse I kept entire, and a finer specimen of horseflesh no ono would wish to see. Ho has a close, smooth, handsome hotly, heavi muscles, clean, flat limbs and stands on the best of feet. Ho has a handsome, intelligent head, is gentle as n kitten and tho most active horso of his size I over saw. His weight is 1,750 pounds. I sold him nt 4 years old for $950. Tho mnro I sold at 2 years old for $200, nnd her present owner has refused $100 for her. I have continued to breed as above, and havo sold my colts at 2 years or before, and havo not had to advertiso or take them off my farm to sell them for good prices. To produco a common purpose horse I think it will lo necessary to Bomo one of tho draft breeds with some smaller nnd moro activo breed. Tho Morgan is tho king of light horses. The Percheron is tho king of draft horses. A crors between the two makes n model common purpose horse. They make tho best of farm horses, weighing from 1,200 to 1,400 pounds, aro kind and gentle and possess both stylo nnd action. If you want them heavier take another cro-or two of tho Percheron, and you havo tho best heavy draft horso in tho world. s A Percheron nnd Morgan is a better draft horso than a pnro bred Percheron, for what ho lacks in size he moro than makes up in quality. I am not in favor of scrub stock of any kind. Percherons nro not scrubs, Morgans aro not scrubs, and a cross between tho two surely is not a scrub. Cor. Breeder's Gazette. A fya&tr? PERCHERON-MORGA- 1 N CROSS. I css s three-fourth- one-four- th It. R. peg) Farmer. D5-!- . " j I i 4 . .3 . 4 1 I'rollts of Slirep. In Decemlx-r-, 18S7, B. J. Holcomb, of Foster county, N. D., bought in Wisconsin 2.')0 sheep, which cost him, with freight, fO'."i. From this flock ho sheared in 1888 1,700 pounds of wool; in 1889. 2.500 pounds, and in 1800, over 2,500 imunds. The wool clip for 18S8 nnd 1889 brought him $700; that of this year is estimated to be worth $150, making a total of $1,150 realized from the wool clip. In addition ho has sold 105 bend and slaughtered for his own use twenty-fiv- e head. He has sold wool and sheep from the original flock and increase amounting to nearly $i,(XK) in less than three years. His original flock of 250 has now increaed to !)14 sheep and HI lambs. Jamestown (N. D.) Alert. 1 Jrn 11 -- 1 nt j NTW RI I I corn-wag- es - ,w.-l- t I be-can- oe Mitl-dlcto- 1 1 s- man I. he Murk Points. Tho Leghorn is undoubtedly the liest fowl for eggs alone. Another recommendation for it is that it consumes less food than other breeds of greater size. Set tho children to hunting tho nests and hiding places of the English sparrows and destroying them. A writer suggests that they should lo killed in the egg, and that thus they could bo finally rooted out. At any rate every fanner and live stock raiser ought to begin to fight the English sparrow ns determinedly as a good housekeeper lights bedbugs. When yon are exercising your horses seveiely by working or driving in cool weather, blanket them over tho chest and loins in the intervals when they stand still. Prepare Cold weather is coining. plenty of roots and clover hay for your sheep. They will lepay this care in the spring. sub- Hogs are so fond of charcoal-lik- e stances that if they aro let into a coal pile they will eat quantities of it. The live stock shows at the Woild's fair will take place by installments, in order that the same animals may not bo L'ulift. wiv Iftut atti Tlita irtilll'lil r vufc w4 ,.u rjivuuui Tho country roads in Franco are so good that each horse hauls from two to tlnee tons. The tires of wagons for heavy teaming are six inches wide. The forward axles are shorter than tho hiud ones, so that thero is not so much danger of ruts from wheel after wheel after rolling in the some track. If wo had such country roads hero farmers would not need to keep so many horses. By way of commenting on n distinguished dairy writer's remark that? ond shewing is exercise enough for cows, The Rural New Yorker wonders if tobacco ehowing Is exercise enough for a poultry breeder cm expect to keep Ins fowls healthy for any length of time, and to a neglect of this can be attributed many of tho disappointments nnd much of tlio loss experienced by amateurs, who do not realize until they havo paid dearly for the experience that cleanli- ness is one of the first principles of suc cess in poultry keeping, and that lime, in different forms, is an invaluable acent in promoting cleanliness in poultry houses aud amom; fowls. Where i t can be douo without too much excuse, wo would ndvipe persons, in their poultry houses, to usoj builiMng planed lioards atleast planed on the 11side in preference to rough ones, for it ' is far easier to keep the fowlhouse clean ?- . y imiyis when smooth boards aro used, while tho lico and other veuiiin cannot so readily find n lodging place. As preventive is much cheaper find letter than a cure, we world advise those who build a poultry house to give it a thorough whitewashing both inside und out before tho fowls are let nuide. To make tho white-wjis- h still moto distasteful to tho vermin which have Mich .1 taste for poultry, mix a small quantity of carbolio acid with tho wash, stir it well till it dissolves and then apply. It is not injurious to tho fowls, but it is to tho vermin, CATTLE OX SIUl'JlOAItl), the waves. Instnnces have occurred. nnd at the sumo time is it deodorizer and however, in which the wooden stalls disinfectant. Carolina Fanner. havo lieen broken from their fastenings Live Stock Point. by the force of the waves, and stalls, If you aro breeding sheep do tho cull steers nnd all swept overboard. Tho cattlo can stand upright or lie ing for the butcher yourself. Never let down at will in the sheds. Straw is him do it, for ho will take your best packed above them. This they eat, and ones. Keep the best ewe lambs in nil it also protects them in some measure cases to breed from. By and by you from the lurching of the ship. But it will get so fine a flock that thero will bo does not protect them altogether, and no culls. The rule in live stock is, no cattle ship ever arrives at port with- breed only from tho best. Through September aud October turout a considerable percentage of loss from tho crushed ribs and broken legs keys frequently droop and sometimes of tho steers that havo been hurled die without any apparent cause. A turagainst tho sheds with violence. Theso key breeder writes that a remedy which of course must bo thrown overboard, works well for tho sick turkeys is to nnd are a loss to the insurance compa- give them plenty of water. Havo waternies which take risks on this kind of ing troughs placed low, so that they can freight. Freo passage to Euroie is given reach them, at various convenient spots, to men who aie willing to go along and and keep them filled with water. do the work of feeding the cattle. A Xothing brings in ready money so ceryoung divinity student lately made tainly as a flock of sheep large or small trip to Europe in this way. on a farm. Small flocks thrive better Less downright torture aud brutality than largo ones, too, which should be a ntteud the cattle shipments than was consolation to the small fanner. the case before dehorning was so generFrom Aug. 21 to Sept. 21, 189:i, horses ally practiced. Tho wretched animals aud cattle will be oxhibited at tho used to gore one another so frightfully World's fair at Chicago. Then they that death frequently resulted. Tho in- will vanish from the scene, nnd sheep tentions of the cattlo shipping compaaud hogs will como on. nies aie good, and they do what they A range cattlo breeder in tho southcan for the comfort of tho steers, but west gives it ns his observation there when they reach the other side that is, that steers may bo kept by thb breeder to say the other side of the ocean they till thoy are u year old; then they will are too often so thin and in such bad bo best sold and turned over "to tho condition that they aro only fit for sau- feeder to mature and fatten. sage and are slaughteted immediately. A writer says that a man with a Tho best are fattened by British feeders farm should raise "from two to to be sold again in the market. ten acres of root crops." Well, that is h tolerably wide range. Anybody would A .lersey Hull Calf In Teuuensee. He is a nuisance on legs. He can apparently know that without telling Ouo man says breed for mutton; andrink more milk than two heifers and is about as salable as a secondhand coffin. other will tell you you will,go to the if you breed for anything but He grows a little too largo to fry aud yet not hit go enough to broil, and he is wool as the tirimary object. Well, you ready for a battle with anything that pay your money and you take your choice. It depeuds much on the locality goes in hair, feathers or breeches or anything else the day ho first discovers he in which tho breeder finds himself. In places where mutton sheep thrive and can pitch his voice Thero is n t a lot in thero is good market for them, go in for the country thu will hold him, and not muttou. At other places wool will pay a hallowed si".t, from tho sequestered lH?st, though mutton should never be cemetery to the shaded bower of "love's lost sight cf. Thero is no occupation young dream," that is too sacred for liia that demands so much downright gumption ns that ti tha liv ktoclc breedRr. ttawratinir hoof Columbia Herald. I J live lieef cattlo ncioss the ocean. Blooded animals imported nnd exported for stock purposes are carefully protected from tho tossing of the ship by heavily padded stalls and boxes. As much is done for their comfort as if they were first cabin passengers on an ocean greyhound. Not so tho beef cattle that go from America to Europe. They may Iks called tho steerage passengers of the live stock business A long line of wooden shedding is built on tho steamer's deck for tho com- inon lx?ef steers. The sheds are made strong, so that except in caso of a great bum in iiey win uou no wuMieu away oy 1 It is rough business nt best, shipping Cattle tin Shipboard. Wlilthwasli Without a freo use of whitewash no tlio lleuhoiue. jtj w - 1- I J-- n 11 11 40-ac- ro poor-hou- se J U 1 at u M It r-- circumstances a of We above reward DIPLOMAT shocked surprite,evoked Mr. protest de- Liver will pay theDyspepsia, Sick for any ease 0 Headache, Complaint, but ns Foster Votn Constipation or Costtvencss we can not Let the 'Wind JUnw the 6hake It and clared his inability to see impropriety in cure with West's Vegetablo Liver Tills, when the ntmt Out of It. In the corporate limits of Rowland, compiled his conduct permitted Btasford, Ky., - October 14. 1R92 It la n serious mistako to feed foddor SOMETHING OF THE REPUBLICAN his fee to tho ho was of the moro to earn directions are strictly never fail towith. They are satislac-tiovegetable and disgust honor- purely Sugar coated, targe boxes, give II. I. DARST.iKowland SECRETARY OF STATE. containing 30 that has been damaged by rain and wet ablo men on tho committee. pills, 93c. Ileware of counterfeits and imitations, weather to uniiuals witliont first dustr he His cntiro courso in tho matter was of wwt genuine manufactured only by The John C. W. P. ing it out to dry. Tho injurious effect Stinging- Charges Against Hnrrlson'a ret a kind to shock moro sensitively nolf ny. Co., Chicago, 111, For sale hy A. K. I'cn The most Celebrated Kyc, Ear, Nose, Throat and Chronic Diswhich such food haa upon stock more That Whllo a Stutei Department respecting men, and Mr. Evnrtn whil Iosh of all the than equals tho entire He Prosecuted Claims Agttlust th ease Specialist in the State. secretary expressed both surprise and fodder gathered. Such fodder is gathGovernment. indignation at it. That was long befora ered from marshy lands and meadows y Farm of so Acres on the I III cll privately It has been said that three of Mr. Har- this last and most audacious performmile trora StanDanllle Stanford pike, three dwelling of five that have been inundated during the rison's if audacious bo tho proper epithet cabinet appointments were scan- ance, which to characterize so shameful mowing time. Sedge hay or common It is well improved, with ford with room, new barn and all necessary outbuildings;or upland hay that has lccn wet at the dalous. Tho facta in support of A new and Complete treatment, of that and scandalous a spectacle na that of n suppositories. Ointment In Capsules, consistinglox also has fine spring Callon me on the ptcmises alto in time of mowing will be impregnated statement rfro not difficult to produce. arldrcss me at stauiora, r.y actively managing tho affairs of and pills; a positive cure for Kxterral, Internal, man iUGKKE KELLEY. It Itching, Chronic, Kecent or with disca&o germs that will be comTho three more positively scandalous tho state department nnd at tho samo Illlnd or I been This Hereditary municated to the animals that cat the appointments aro those of John Wana-make- timo appearing as nttoruey to opposo known to fail.lies. per bos.remedyJ$;has never mail 6 lor sent by St Notice to the Traveling Public. hay. Stock of a very robust nature will Why suffer from this terrible discaie when a writJohn W. Foster and Stephen B. that department in a contest with a for- ten guarantee Is positively given with 6 boxes, to .. .1 have had find their health impaired it' Elkins. eign country. telund lh money if not cured Send stamp for such fodder. Penny, HOUSE fed regularly upon our hedgo hay mut Wananmkor'scase hat been sufficiently Mr. Foster was sent to St Petersburg free sample Guarantee issued by AKy,H Call for Druggist aud sole agent, Stanford, A great deal of dealt with already. His appointment as minister to Russia, and again tho nples At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and bo cut and gathered when tho feet ot was mado in fulfillment of a bargain. diplomat played into tho hands of the have in connection with Hotel one of the best sa- tho plants aro wet. During many It was bought with money. It wad de- nttornoy. On his return ho added the loons In the State, open day and night; anight with Moum tho meadows never get dry enough livered at the demand of tho men man meets all trains. In connection who Russian to tho Moxican legation as his have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Mate to allow a dry harvest. This hay is genand had furnished tho corruption fund with clients. and for reference to wattr, call on Mr Mi Mrs yd Inerally stacked for fodder in tho barn- which Mr. Harrison's election was purG W, Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. But his most complex relation of this gram. Erin, Tetin.. A. A. Warren. Stanford, Dr. yard, and in n very few weeks mold and chased. I) E. Proctor, C. II. Ilraum, Mr and Mrs l W. kind was Spanish. In Mexico ho beWest's Nerve and llrain Treatment, Dr. K rot show thomselves near tho bottom Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs KB. Johnson John V. Foster was mado secretary came intimnto with tho Spanish minister a specificC for Hysteria, Dirtiness, Fits Neuralgia.a aVBaVBBV BaVBaVf VBaVr New Haven, Jim Cox. Greensburif Kites 5 per and around tho sides. If this decompoof state, to tho amazement of everybody to that country. Thnt minister was aft- Headache, Nervous I'rostration rained by alcohol I. M. Pctrcy, clerk. Give me a call day Prop. sition goes on long enough tho stock who know nught of tho career Mental . W. CARRIER. so.y to Washington, and or tobacco, Wakclulness. Insanity, Depression, Softof ening ot llrain, cauilng; misery, decay, will refuse to eat it, and as a rulo nearly man or of tho dignity of tho office, tho erward transferred as a through him Mr. Foster becamo tho at- death 1'remature Old Age, llartennrss, toss of IBafBafAsBafBafH d of tho stack is sheer waste. part of Mr. Harrison's plan to securo re- torney of l'ower in H. BAUGII3IAN, certain Cohans for the prose- all rumaleeither sex, Imnotency tucorihrra and Weaknesses, involuntary Losses, Tho storms of winter only aggravate election. It helped or was expected to cution FIRE AND STORM of brain, Self somo preposterous claims caused by tho mrttter and mako tho hay poorer help in Indiana, where disaffection was against of United oer Indulgence guarantee treatment States. These men Abuse. lor $j by mail We A month's six bones to the $1, than in the full. It is a cheap fodder. rifo in spite of tho efforts of Consul had furnished munitions of war to tho curesis Kach order for six boxes with $5 will send APPLEMAN M. D., ...Representing however, and probably tho manuro General Now, who had been written Kuaranlcc to refund it not cured (uar my to bo called home southern Confederacy, anties issued only by A. K l'enny, Druggist and which it forms eventually pays for the from Ins post of duty to repay tho presi in cotton. Tho United their THK CELKHRATED States seized tint oleaueut, Stanford, Ky 07 tyr Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., work of gathering it. Otherwise tho Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. great loss would make it unprofitable to dent for his appointment by "fixing" tho cotton as Confederate government prop- , Hoosier State. erty and confiscated it. Tho Cubans do-Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, cut salt hay. Mr. Foster's unfitness for tho position manded conien.ation from our govern" Formtrly l'roltuor of Practice of Medicine, All fodder thus stacked when it is was obvious. It was not so Ins. Co. of North America, much intel- ment. Tho claim was so utterly withou .Tk BmaUeat Till la 3 Worldly wet, whether it is salt hay, fresh upland lectual as moral nnd historical. a leg of law or jnstico to stand upor Its Electrical Modicnl College, Buffer All of which are firt clan Companies. I would ha', corn fodder or nny plant growth, lay in tho history of his official that every secretary of stato, from Mr Pol. will contain disease germs which be pleased to wait on my friends in this line. tornaTORONTO, CANADA, from Dyspepsia nnd Hlclollcmrinrh, A .under and unofficial dealings with tho govern- Fish to Mr. Bayard, refused to regard i icies promptly issued. Will insure against rrndarlua; llfo lulsonsble, wlica tl favorable circumstances will develop ment in which ho was thus called does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning clausla ut your hand r New Humming I'htsicun of ths ' rafJy npot. as a matter of serious consideration. es attached without additional chsrge rapidly. The heat of the stack nnd the to tnko ono of tho most exalted places. What mn- - happen now that the attorOffice at First National Hank Stanford. Southern Medical Institute constant moisture aro just the condiMr. Foster had largo ability. It had ney for tho claimants is secretary of tions that are needed to develop fungi. leen rendered conspicuqus by his skill stato remains to 1m seen. tOtlSVlLtK, KY. NATIONAL BANK Tho color of the fodder changes gradu- in combining tho dignity of diplomatic It appears, however, that Mr. Fodet ally, and the odor that arises from it station with the thrift of tho Will bo at Myers House, Stanford claim held tho brief of these claimants wher. OF STANFORD. KY. when moved is strong nnd disagreeable. agent. Ho had experienco will pcwdtly remove all thi troubles Tuesday, Nov. 8, in dealing he was sent as minister to Spain. Hu aatbUroutoratniid dlgeat jntir fowl, V If such damaged fodder is to be given with foreign affairs. It had been gained held other briefs also, nnd ho used And tttl noon on tho Oth. Stock- pravaal haaxtarho ami Impart aa Capital to sfock, tho ration of each day should at tho expense of the government, when tho claims of his Cuban enjoymrtitef life to which you have. A Returning etery four woeks during the year clients as a Imvth atrnnaror. Hose annul. Trices V be hauled out of tho stack and shaken Mr. Foster turned to account as lobby means of defeatiug our government in a Surplus Dr Applcmanlia gradtiaterf licllevue HospitJlScenta. Ottlce. CO lark I'law, N. V, al Mediial CvJlege, New Yurk City, and the Klc- tip so thoroughly that tho wind will dry ist, attorney nnd claim agent tho in controversy with Spain. Certain sugar, & the public is invited to the fac it, and all odor will bo destroyed. rical Medical College. Toronto, Canada. He hat Attention of In formation ho had gained as a govern estates in Cuba, tho Stanford mad a special study ot lit di, esses he treated in that this Is the only National Uank in Hank projerty of AmeriAct this way tho wind and sun will dry it ment representative. the great Ileiicvuend Charity lloipitsl for Under the provisions of the National As Tho World said can citizens, had been seized by tho1 depositors are secured not only by the capita) and mako it safer for food for tho stock. years and rcrognltes rosuperior in diagnosing at tho timo of his appointment, his Spanish colonial authorities during a stock, butbv the stockholders' liability lor an and treating Chronic Disrates He devotes all amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of After it has been dried it will bo well to record had leen "a curious jumble of "evolutionary outbreak. his time lo the ttratinent of ihrnntt and nervous Our governthis institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 moisten it a little with a weak salt or diseases ot both sexes and his skill as an expert in diplomatic engagements for nnd ngainst ment claimed damages in behalf of its Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank this class ol caies is wll established acid solution. This not only destroys tho United States." Ho had rarely held citizens, nnd nfter negotiation an agreeTieatisuv are made each year to the Uuited States governcesslully, and ment and itsassets are examined at stated tunes disease germs, but makes the fodder a post in tho service of his country with- ment was mado for their payment. agents, thus securing addititona ay government more palatable for the animals. and perfect safety to depositors. Cures out making it the stepping stone to cm At point Mr. Fostor interposed. I This institution, originally established as the Grains are often damaged in the samo ployment by a foreign nation in opiwsi-tio- n Therothat bo no doubt of tho justice could Aiute aod Chronic Catarrh, Ringing in F.ars in 1858, then Deposit Uank of Stanford Dcalncss, Diuutesuf hie. Kar. Nose. I Tiro a t ized as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S65 and way and fed in a moldy condition to the to his country or without utilizing of tho claims. That had been acknowl-- 1 I.ungs. Kidney. Urinary and Madder troubles the First National Uank ol animals. There is just as much danger arain the information gained in his official edged not only in tho agreement of Richmond, might's Ditcaie, Dubetet, Dytpep.U, Coosti- IContuclcy. practically an uninterStanlord in 1S81, has had rupted existence of is years. It is better supplied in the grain as in the fodder ration. position for tho advantage) of somo client Spain to pay them, bnt also in tho SpanGLA8SIOAL, BCIEN. Pation, Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Kpilepsyor TIIRKK COl.T.I'.GKS cuird. now with facilities fortransactingbusinesaprorapt Damaged grain is often bought by OOURBE. Fourteen ish decree for tho release of tho seized riFIC and COMMERCIAL Healthy location in oung or middle aged men suffering from ly and liberally than ever before in its long and farmers for cheaper rates and stock is with claims against tho United States. department of study. ImpoUncy, Uruptions, the results of Accounts of corporations, fiduHis first important post was that of estates honorable career restoration to the heatt the kept upon it right along. This will minister to Mexico, from 1873 to 1860. owners. and their Foster, acting intheir expetikcs. of 9I0O Ulu Crass Region. Moderate errors or excesses, tbvuld call bclore It is loo lain, ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully to (240. Attendance But Mr. cure t Next tft guiantee ahair if cae has not gone too far. State session W, from not be so cheap as the pure grains if it There ho so far commended himself Superfluous and all eruptions of the Uc of his clients tho Cuban cotton session opens September 14, ISW. l'or full to The Directory of this Rank is composed ol permanent!; ;ernoved is going to injure the health of animals. the Mexican authorities T J Foster, of Stanford; that they mado claimants persuaded tho Spanish gov Information and catalogue apply to Nevertheless all danger can be avoided it profitable for him to givo up representForestus Reid, Lincoln county; L H. BLANTON, D.D., Chancellor. ernment, through its legation, to givo g by dusting the grain out well and W. Hayden, Stanford; J. ing the United States and accept a re- notice that it would not pay these claima At Syphilis ScrofuU, Stricture, GUt,Mc. it with tho weak solutions men- tainer to represent Mexico as attorney Mt all unless the United States should S.H. Baughman, Lincoln; Wj M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; itl lataiiug ICIillUICI, tioned. In.this country and abroad it is against the United States. Diseases ol women, such as Leucorrhea, painful iu turn recognizo and pay tho absurd S. T. Harris, Lincoln; quito a common thing to feed wet, damMenslruatlos, Displacement ol Womb, bearing Tho matter was notorious at tho time. and groundless demands of tho Cubans down pains in back, lelieved in short line. J. S. Mocker. Stanford; aged fodder to animals regardless of The government of tho United States, for tho Confederato octton confiscated. The Doctor carries all Ma portable Instruments G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; consequences, but for all such careless- acting on behalf of and comes prepared to eaamln the most obscure JKT'iV'A Tho mildest critic of Mr. Foster's diits citizens, had T. P. Hill, Stanford. medical and sargical cases ness thero is strict payment to be made pressed against Mexico certain claims plomacy must seeclearly that he lus been He undertakes no Incurable diseases but cures W. G. Welch, Stanford; hundreds gltenup todie. W.P.Tate, Stanford. to nature. C. S. Walters in American for damages sustained by Americans, much moro successful iu serving other Cultivator. OFFICERS: known as tho Weil La Abra claims. countries against his own than in proCONSULTATION FREE J S. Hockcr, President; ' After long negotiation tho matter had moting any American interest while actAn Kxirlmeiit In Sheep. And CcnOditsl Address McRoberts, Cashier; John J. Six abandoned farms on n rocky hill- been passed upon by a commission and ing as minister. His Spanish treaties A. A. Mc Kinney, Assutant Cashier. J S AITtKMAN.M. D, judgment had been given for tho claim- wero rejected, but his attorneyship for top iu Maine have been bought and I.oulssille, Ky. thrown into one. It is proposed to stock ants. Tho Mexican government had ac- Spain has been remarkably successful cepted tho decision and paid over tho in saving thnt country from the necessithem with common sheep, to be crossed '.rfe0v with pure bred Hampshire bucks. Street money to our government for distribu- ty of paying its just dobts to American citizens and keeping ita treaty obligation. This betlca forewarns hunters, fishenuea and car horses will be bought in Boston for others not to trespass on our lands without perThen came Mr. Foster, lato minister tions to tho American government. OF STANFORD, KY., farm work, commercial fertilizers will mission, as all suih will be prosecuted to the of tho United States to Mexico, iu the Six or seven years ago Mr. roster extent of the law. Signed: It now fully organized and ready for business with be used and money will be judiciously i new character of attorney C. M.SI'OONAMOORK for Mexico, added tho Chinese legation to tho list of expended wherever needed. This is J. F HRUCE. K Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. what is said about it: "If successful, tho with the allegation that fraud had been his clients. Iu that cariacity he is underTHOMAS C IIAtt. the award. have STF.K1.K1IAII.F.Y. the elaborate 19,000, experiment will prove that a wool grow- employed in securing the distribution He stood to protest preparedtho enforcement Surplus, A.M. 1'KI.AND. against of Chinese er who does not believe in tho present filed a protest against II. W. OAINKS. of tho Scott law nnd iu opjosition to tho SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL duties upon wool can mako mutton tho money, which resulted iu the stopJAMKSGIVKNS. I. S. PHILLIPS. BANK OF STANFORD, sheep husbandry profitable upon the de- page of proceedings at that point. Tho enactment of the Geary rigid exclusion ANTON RKNACKKR Now closing up) with the same assets and under paid over to the act. At that very timo ho wns underinonev has never been CLARK RKYNOLDS. (he same management. serted farms of New England." .AND M 1.ACKOWITZ. By provwonsof its chaiter, depositors are ar stood to be drawing a salary from tho men to whom it belongs. Tho T II. NKWLAND fully protected as ate depositors iu National stnto department's contingent fund, and of the United States has thus manW W. HAY. Live Stock I'oluU. Banks, its shareholders being held individually (1. C. I. YON. liable to the extent ol the amount of their stock A magnificent addition to the hackney aged as attorney for the foreign power it is supposed that ho himself wrote tho FRUD HAl'MANN therein at the par value thereol, in addition tc the It may nctas horse blood in America has been made to unsettle a matter of which settlement state department's replies to his own amount invested in such shart-s- . Upright and Horizontal. Here we have n second caso executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully ui by Mr. A. J. Cassatt. of Philadelphia, had been secured at great cost and by protests. an individual. Hackney long negotiation. He has made it again in which he served under two flags and who entrusted their buisiness to ui president of tho American To those while mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank ol Horse association. "While in England a subject of dispute lietweon the two gov- took pay from both sides a second in- Stationary, "Semi Portable and Stanford, we we here tender our manv thanks and tho past summer lie bought and brought ernments. stance in which Foster, tho attorney Portable. All sizes up to 26- trust they will continue to transact their business t) leTMiaawMsiTiiiji'ifii 3kssr- As attorney ho has done more to create against tho government, was permitted with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenhomo the famous hackney stallion Cadet. horso power tion to same, our twenty years experience in The horso is the highest priced hackney differences between tho two countries to profit by his confidential relations vfrmUmlQj (KMaawv' banking andas liberal accommodation, as are conJMaaanaaBW wraaTidBKVX ever brought to this country. The new than ho ever did as minister to allay with the government in his capacity of Uncqualed in Safety, Simplicity, sistent with sound hanking. Strength and Durability. owner of course is rather reticent about them. Both sides paid him for his serv- government employee. 1I1KECTOK. This sketc h covers but a part of tho how much he paid for him, but tho ices, and now that ho is at the head of J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; for Frre Illustrated I'amplcts and your price is wiid to have been not less than the state department ho may fairly Ik career which long ago won for Mr. Fos Write J, M. Hail, Stanford; S. Owsley, .Stanford, $20,000. The coming horse in America regarded as tho counsel on Ixjth sides iu ter tholitle of being "a diplomat for J. Ac CO., S J. Embry, Stanford; for both riding and driving appears to any further negotiations that may bo revenue only." But it is surely a suffiJ, R. Lynn, Stanlord; be the hackney, of which Cadet is con- had concerning this matter. Ho is bet cient revelation of double dealing, of NKW OKK CITY SPUINOFIhl.D.OSS A. W. Carpenter, Milledgevitle; sidered to bo the best living represent- to prosecute a claim which he has been tho abuse of otlicial confidence and of an WW lilts' If i,l,j' .. ... am J. F. Cash, Stanford; ative. Ho is 8 years old and of the paid by tho defendant to declaro wrong- unhallowed complexity of relations on William Gooch, Stsnln'il Ky model height in hands ii inches. He is ful and fraudulent. He must as secre- the part of the shifty claim agent to 1 wenty mllesthe Shortest tn S. II. Shanks, President a chestnut iu color. Breeders who tary of stato oppose his own contentions justify the assertion that his apjwint-men- t i J. B. Owsley, Cashur dark as secretary of stato was one of made in his capacity of attorney fori expect to go in for money in tho next W M llrlght. Teller dozen years cannot do better than to Mexico. He must as secretary deny to the most scandalous ever made by nny Michigan Ptints, turn their skill and capital in tho direc- his clients all that they have paid him administration even this one. It is it Chicago, St. Louis, TtOSTI.1 OCaSTlTT. BISTI.tqi'ALilY. Cleveland. Detroit, llullalc, tion of hackney blood. If the present as a lawyer to secure for them, or else part of that Republican record which Indianapolis and the West, revolution iu street car transit continues he must betray his trust as secretary iu constitutes tho issue iu this campaign. Nc rvKngland, Canada, the horio will go out entirely from this tho interest of his business as attorney! It is one of tho many things done by this' This is what comes of selecting for administration which make self respect service, his pluco being taken by elecWashington llaltunoie, I'hiUdclphia. tricity and steam. Then of horses thero tho head of tho state department an at- ing citizens ashamed. Quickest time to Harrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky torney who has combined the profesWauamaker, Foster nnd Elkins aro will be demand chiefly for four kinds menmonu, unuiniA. suorirsl a id Quickest line to the heavy draft, the general purirase farm sions of diplomat and foreign claim parts hf tho administration. Their horse, tho pony anil the fashionable agent, with greater regard for the profits shame is its shame. What do honest voters think of this animal for riding and driving. Hero is to bo mado in the ono business than for tho honorablo service to be rendered to trio in tho cabinet? How do they feel where tho hackney will come in. SOtll) VKSTIIIt I KD TRAINS thro' with as president the man aliout in tho out change via Cluttan.oga, ilirinlngliam, Merld-iaIt will Ihj unfortunate indeed if an- his country is not other. making direct connections en route for Knoa. But this the worst of tho mat who put them there, to the country's TAKK THK ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the thrax should crop out among any of the not hesitated to shame, for tho sake of thereby aiding ter. Foster has Has lod all Worm Remedies. cattle iu this country. In the suspected servo Mr. two masters at one aim tno ids own ambition? New York World. nis cases of the cows that died near WilEVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. mington, Del., tho symptoms were bloody samo time. It is not a case of a public At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming They Won't Sine H Tlila Y"ur. SOLD EVERYWHERE. dysentery, staggering gait, froth at tho officer called upon to deal officially with rrprdl.jlllUURusilV-TsTLOton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, Jlltl. CO,, ST.LOCIS. In ono of tho campaign songn nung for he was long ago Ilrunsnick, take City, Thomasville and FI.OKI mouth, short, quick breathing, weak- questions with which DA points. No. 1, in lcitO, occur these CHICAtoHl (()- "P)tjeUI5VUH MwAlaAT ness and great thirst. In true anthrax concerned ti3 attorney. Mr. Foster has Harrison The oul v line running solid Yestibuled trains with Scientific American Pullman Iloudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to St. dead its body is found acted in behalf of his Mexican clients lines: Yo officeholders fed with pap after the animal is Agency for Augustine without change lor any class of pat to be decomposed and filled witli black and in opposition to tho stato departHuvr very nancy urow n: sergers or baggage. Y tell yt nlra, wo don't llkf that, Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur blood. The disease is apt to infest rich ment since ho entered that department Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. LINK TO And lutua to make It known. bottom lands. Tho beat remedy is to in active rapacity. He did so ut a timo Shortest and quickest to Anniston, Selma, MoTho lniso of half n centnry has not bile. Direct connections made at NKW OR. kill the animals that are infected and when he was tho actual, though not tho official, head of the stato department Hpoik'il tho application of these lined, but LEANS wltlioi" omulbus transfer for Galveston quurautiue the farm where the sickness Houston, Austin, has appeared. A bacteriological exam- tho actual director of its affairs. Such you will not hear them sung this year was his position during last winter. for Harrison No. 2. St. Louis Republic. CAVEATS. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. certainty TtfADE MARKS. ination will detect with His employment iu tho stnto departDESIGN PATENTS whether the disease is anthrax. The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, Wliut l'latt' I'luuulloH ment at that time was constant, imporCOPYRIGHTS, etc. Miss. , Shieveport La,, making direct connections ....And A "Wyoiniug man has this to say: tant and confidential. Yet when these Tor information and free Handbook write to The plucution of Piatt means that he without omnibus transfer for Dallas, Fort Worth, NKW YOltK. CO.. 3rJl HlIOAinVAV. "Mure cattle are now feeding on "the Weil La Abra claims were in hearing Ml'NN Austin, San Antonia, El Paso and points in has beeii promised a place in Harrison's Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. small farms of one state iu the great i:rery patent takfn out by t li brouht twfnra Furthermore it means that tho house committee on foreign cabinet. TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORHIA. the public by a notice given free of charge Iu the, plains than could bo ranged ovor tho affairs during the last session of con- Secretary Tracy, who has mado the best Firest and best Vrstihuled liulTet Sleeping Cars For through rates, correct county maps and f u whole area from the lakes to tho gulf." on all trains gress, Mr Foster came down from tho record of any member of Mr. Harrison's and Parlor Cars information callon Agent at Junction City, Ky When a horso is lame and stiff noth- state department to the committee room cabinet, will be sacrificed to please Piatt No change of cars, best accommodation!, quick or address J.S. tEITII, est time and lowest rates. Trav. Pan. Agt, Jnn:iion City.JCy Largest circulation of any scientific paper In tli ing tatter can bo done than to remove It means all For Information address D. MILLER, D.O. EDWARDS. world. Pn iHidld v Illustrated. fo Intelligenta his shoes and let him run on pasture to arguo as Mexico's attorney against and retired to private life. sham. Memi man should bo without It. weeaiy. as.n IAS. PARKER, (J. P. A., Chicago. Traffic Mangr,, G. P 4 T. A., tho caso of the American claimants. His this or tho placatiou ia a yeari IL50 six ruostb. Address MlJNN A CO, V Cincinnati. G.CRUSH.D. P. A., Louisville, awhile. appearance in such capacity under such phis iL'iiusiiiKS.3Cttlroa4war,Neir York. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal MUSTY FODDER. AllEVENUE $500 REWARD, For Bmlml T 4 Twenty Building n. WALTON. - oj-iy- r Oni-cli- tt farih;for sale. JAPANESE CURE r, . THE SHELTON sea-eo- J. one-thir- BRHr M INSURANCE AGENT . J. S. English, Specialist. ovi-den- Why do you FIRST ; Tiny Liver Pills tutts ; a 1 $200,000 20,000 I mv-era- l CENTRAL UNIVERSITY. twcnty-clgh- Permanently a, solic-te- d. lw-lut- lf lt niois-teniu- Blood and Skin Diseases. 111 -- a Pafffl8F38ia&rfa3tCo. mm gjp frr-.k- !! 3SJ POSTED. . lull-e- st --- TEAM STEEL BOILERS, QilM&SBflf i JAMES LF.FFEI 111 . jr WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS New York, Hoston, VERMIFUGE NJESW QBMANSf n. iliB -- (DAM.'D)L(NA89 4 ijjjjrra i .. THE WORLD'S FAIR , iUEKOAiK, PoTs'WJKOT Mt-uii- bo-fo- re ITOBTBC "WEST 'mntHk Jttwcmi Appeal-Avalanch- e. i J IJ - t W z? - 1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Cons Shock Bros.' twiim at McKinuey S. J. M, Kiiiiiy hns been appointrd . Mn. A. G. post- 1 master at Hansford, Kock castle county. II. Com'lth Ky. vs George Stephens. wmie Biinto Is now ready for everybody with a full line of fame Tiiosk hhving laundry to Bond ofl will huinc " B.O.WAlTON,BU8.ManaKer paino please leave at my shop on MondayB. HI 11 sntno I'liKSH lino of fruits and cindios just Jesse J. Thompsom. 12 Ladies' and Misses Cloaks, wmie 1. received at J. D. Wearen'a. MEANS BUSINESS. Ir ifl getting pretty hot and dry again 13 snnitt Dm.NK Mocha and Java Coiree, 25 cts. and hopes nro entertained that tho sigExniuviua beautifully and nrtiatiratly 14 sntno will lo . uono nt A. It. runny 8. per pound, nt McKinney Broi.' nal service prediction of rain snuie lk'. your books ami ncliool Buppiies of be verified. Shoes of all kinds. Full stock of Hoots for Men, Hoys and Chil10 "Htne To Loan. $4,000 on renl estnto securl all ktiiiiH from A. H. l'unnv. who colls 17 satno dren. Call and examine our goods and get prices. tlirni at mihlisher'A nricec Em). WaMiackThaiipk writes to have ty. Addrps Box 10, Lancaster, Ivy. 18 imme Hwk your watch, clock, ami juwciry Highest market prices paid for Eggs, Hutter, Gcnsang and Dried tho date of his lecture nt tho Christian nt A. It. i'cnnv'a. All work 10 I ii k n very full line of fall and win HHine church changed from tho 27th to ThursFruit. warranted. 20 seme Come at onco and mako day, Oct. 20th. .I.. It ft InLnfl ter suitings. Ii IIBMEMUKH lll&lllil BllVUrwHru, nnsum-nW. 21 Kline rings, Ac, bought at A. K. Tunuj-'- will selections. II. 0. Bupley. of Kv. and 22 sntne Katiikrink, tho infant vn bo t'tiKravpil freo of charge. mine No. 1. Just leceived a iiico lot of fall and Mrs It. B. Mahony, died at ;t a. m. yes- 2U mie rn' wune No. 5. winter clonks. S. II. Shanks. PERSONAL POINTS. terday of cholera infantum, nftei several 21 Mime vs Goorge Morolield days' illness. "Of such nro the King- 2fi ve Caqii Butler 1b viflltbiK In Lex 1 HAVit taken the agency for wine Mim Jru.v Hkioinh thu Lux 2(5 re W. K. Clymer mine ingtoti Stcmm Laundry and will apprec! dom of Heaven." Inton 27 - snmo vs CfcoroSitigleton.No.2. Wavkhly Hamilton went to atu any patronage given me. Jesse J. .Mm. U. I). Thompson has sold to Isaac M. 23 same vs James Tall. Thompson. Louis) lllo Wedncflduy. Potter, of Garrard, his cottage and jfc sumo v James Cloyd. No 1 . ou it- Mkh.S. S. Myrrh nnd oliililrun won China Dinnkii Skt of about 150 piece?, lot on Whitley Avenue for $1,050. Mr. :; vs mine same No. 2 tj Louiavillu ycfitcrday. of Mr. Weed 36 Cheap Clothing, two yarn carpets, new refrigerator, Potter is a brother Cheap Cassimcres, v George Dolllns, No. 1. Cheap Cloaks, Mime J. Nrwr C'kaiu Ih HinilitiK bohtnd tl i knives and forks, Cloths, Canton Flannels, " Cotton Cloths, castors, pictures and T.Smith, of this place. 30 vs mine smite No. 2. c)unt'A In Ii. F. Jones, Sr.'s ftorc. t Crepons, numerous other things can bo had cheap 37 Cotton Checks, " Calicoes, same vs Mart Fittith. Title sale of the fine farm of It. IS. J. V. IIoliia.m, of Crab Orchard, has of . 1. Walton, nt " 513 Ckevcrons, thol.vmiioit Joun Gentry's heirs is to take place Camlets, vs Win Young " Cheviots, sntno been granted n pntcnt for a gaugo cock. ' " Cashmeres, nai. oflice. Chese Cloth, HlUlO vs John W. Young tho premise. Your at- 39 row, 15th, on Chiffons, Mus. J. H. Vaniiook, of Urodbcad, Is 10 Changeable Silks, saint) vs G. A. Adams, No 1. Cloths for Tables, Cloth, Oil, TiiKitKBie only six more dajs till tho tention is especially called to this fact if visiting her parents, Mr. and MrH. 0. J. II vs Changeable Velvets, nine Cloths for Outing, fame No. 2. China Silks, bird law expires and many a Nimrod you are desirous of purchasing. Crow. . . 12 sutne vs Canton Draperies, wme No 3. Chiffon Draperies, Cream Satin, M. Ham. drovo hereabouts has cumtnenced to clean up Mn. asii Mn. J. At May wood, Saturday, 22d, at 7 i m. 13 tinmo vs Cheffon Laces, Cords, 'nine No 4. Croquet Ssuffs, through to Somorset yesterday to yiBit his fowling piece to make war on tho W. II. Johnson, A. K. Denny 41 same vs sumo No. 5. Comforts, Curtains, cpiail which Buom to bo unusually plenr datlvt'H Counterpanes, nnd John Sam Owsley, Jr., will Bpeak 45 vs haino same No. 0. Cretons, Corsets, Miua Vannaii Hkck baa returned from tiful this year. Corset steels, to tho people on the issues of tho cam- 40 i Vs Mime No. 7. MI1IIU CcashmeJc Gloves, Cashmere Hose, n ploaeant month's visit to friends in Cotton Hose, good crowd. Wiiilk Mecsrs. Baker A, Terry, of paign. Give them a . 47 vs f tune same NoS. Circulars, Storm, Serges, Louisville. Shirts, Highland, were away from their store IS Miiiie vs sumo No 1). Si'KAKi.NO.-ThoinC. Boll, Esq Shoes, Mitf. M. IS. Daviess and .MIph Mary Stockings, 'Sox,' Monday a thief raircd thu window nnd 4W i v Slime snme No.l. district attorney for Kentucky, Slippers, Ihnlilerar are vieUlnK Misu Laura Kills Skirts, . Sheeting. made his entmr.ee. The cash drawer panic vs John Kcisli, No. 1. mid Judge J. W. Hughes, of Mercer, 60 In Loniavllle. was relieved of something luge than $10, 61 vs Huttie sntno, No. 2. Court-Houwill speak nt the in StanMn. James G. Dbnnv loft a fow dayH but no goods were missing I'nlvpr-oit- y 1 o'clock, ford, next Monday, 17th, at ago to take the law ooihbo in thu President Harrison, in his sorrowful of Virginia. D. G. Si.auuhtkii lias been in tho city for Cleveland, McCiouiy, .Snufley and watcii at the bedside of his dying wife, MiFHt-- LiM.it: Miixki:, of Hlchmond, for several days buying hi second stock Owsley. Why we sell goods so hiiB the sympathy of tho whole country. and Siio Ilrigltt, of tho Hbbblo vicinity, of i:oods for the fall and winter tnule. M. Hah. has sold to W. are the guest of Mm. K. 1. Woiidn. rhy will ha opaned and ready for sale K. Mn. John bis architect, Mr. Mr. a NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Carl, Dllliou and .Miw. K. IS. Jonkh and hod, VA II., at Crab Orchard on tilurdiv. Oct. 15th. The lot 100x4S0nt$10 par front foot. buvu taken rooms nt Mr. It. Williams' Goandsuohim and be will give you ' AN'tsforl contract Btipulates that dwellings be put OMM MMMS'fKvjfcltK Colley llntim1. ban; ins. and will board nt tho per liundmi. K It Caldwell, up, which will bo done at once. Two Mantu'd, k Ue. Stiiotiikh Cook, Su., visitod his A Tiuian single shaft oil' of Mr. nico resiliences on tli old Pate Embreo nlBter, Mrs. Betsy Ncvlus thin wuek aud J. K. Karris' roml oart Tuesday night. lot will very materially bolp tho appearHbe returned with him to Mercer conn ance of that end of town. The rascal went to thu trouble of ty. We hve received une car lowd ol thai celtl. raa doen or more bolts to do it, .MimJkk.sii: I'av.vu, who has been On Wednesday night Mr. M. K. Elkin ted Karuwha Salt from Virginia, which is the bo got the shaft all the same. Mr visiting her uncle, Mr. Joseph Sever- but loft his slaughter-hous- e on tho Danvillo Karricoirors a reward of S'JO for thu apbed on earth taWnc meal One ui aiall Iter home at Crab ance, has leturued to pike unlocked. On Thursday morning prehension of the guilty patty. .0... Orchard. when he went to bring his beef in town and we ran mirjou money. , Mu. Ciiaiiliw fe'H.vt KMUronif and wife, Thk ladies of the I'resbytoiiau church ho found it nil hacked up ami home $7 or I Hamiltoii M STKI'HLXS .V KKO DsRU-aCISTUnd. Rowland, Kj. who have been vIhUIuk Mr. Alice are having it frewcood. V. Kornow A $S wortli of it missing. He lias no clue Ildiiglunan, returned yesterday to their Sons, lAHtisville, are tho contractors as yet, hut has put the case in the hands home nt Chattanooga. and promise to have it completed in of Marshal Newland, who will hunt it Miss Kmma Uakkk has returned from three weeks. Mrs. J. V. Alcorn has down. a MHit to relativos at Frankfort and raise 1 sufliciont money to have electric Thkiik is nothing like being a master Farm, Stock and Crop, Farming Mixs 1'rara linker, her couhin, of lights and thu wires have been put in. Utensils, &c. of one's business. Tho machinery at ii. the last named place accomKiuled hor Call and secure Hargains. 1'ink Cottaok. Itov. Geo. O. Barnes the electric plant got al! out of fix and Dtirit to retire from active business, I will on home. Kelin IiIb extremity Mr. Howe sent for Mr. C. POST-OFFIC- E i$ Mn. J. y. Mknkiti: nnd fmnilv are has written a note to Mr. George 0. 3, 1892, liming into their residency on lower ler, Jr., who wanted to rent Pink Cot- J. Thompson, master mechanic of the L. At my home t of Stanford in Main street, Ix'ught homo tinio ago of tage, that he will move there himself in A N. at Bow land. He made a thorough I.lnculn county,i'a miles Ky hell at public the spring if Col. Moore, of Winches- examination, found the trouble and hlgtxwt bidder my entire property, auction to the Mre. M. J. Miller. Mrs. Miller and Mr. Go Dealer In J.H Otvsloy nnd family nro moving to ter, the man who bought it a couple of since then eery thing has been running ' My Farm Acres, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, To have )our photographs tiki-- llokeein up. vrars ago, pays for it. It is his intention in splendid shape. Mr. Thompson is his Hue farm on Crab Orchard pike. with alt the Land in Linfrom a said to be one of tho finest mechanics on Ofsomeof the vcrj beU in that event to raise tho front llooi.x, who baa been Mna. W. M. coln county, finely improtnl 10 eery reipect It Confectioneries, Ac half to two stories. has a beautiful frontage on the Stanford and Dan tho road. Has with him a first class baker and can turnish her parents, Mr. and Mra. V. 1I story and a ville turnpike, in a rmwl excellent neiKulmrhood, Sy " read, Cakes, and the like on short notice. T And will piveyou good rsatisfaction. with no objectionable surroundings, and altogeth- Wherrilt. nt Lancaster, tartfd back to Wiiii.k Mrs. J. K. KarriB and little son, A J EAKI'.Manford. The Central Kentucky .Medical Asso- or it one of the most pleasant nnd desirable homos Clnrksville, Tonn , yesterday. She tells Maurice, were riding in a rait Tuesdny, ciation will meet at l.ancaster, Wednes- in thlii ocction of the State. My personal property, m us Mr. Bogle ha resigned his Hsltiou they drove over a stump, "Upsetting the day ,ttho l'.lth inst.jiat 10:30 o'clock a, m. 17 head ot fat Cattle, 12 milk. Cows, eight i and A Helfem, .twill tired Short, We d ci iic l' 1 'I with the I A. N. to go to Chattanooga vehicle and throwing them to the Tho subject for discussion will be in I 'i i. horn Hulls, Calves, lobout.idown f.wps I Jir with another road. ita etiology and treatment Dr. A. litis? anil SSoulhdnwn lamb llucks, 35 fitt Hogs, 50 .round. Had they not been driving a : 100 : tine Shoats, b Ilrond Marcs, 2 We, the undersigned, hereby warn all persons Mu. O. B- Coopxh nnd family have The yoarliii)r Killy by I'ence, 2 workjenrlln; Colt, ery gentle horse Maurice would have I). Price, Harrodsbur, chairman. Hortes, 3 to nutit Well improved, 45 acres lo go in wheat. It has a not being or fish upon our lands or waters, said moved into the property recently pur- been killed as bo tell directly under the section of anatomy ami surgery will be Mulei, 1 yearling Mules, lands situated in whole or in part in Gar1$ acres ot Corn to bo measured at the shuck, No. t dwelling on it, good barn, buggy house, ice rard, Boyle and Lincoln counties, Kentucky, aud chased of tho I'ortmnn heirs. The prop- cart, but as it was they escaped with a opened by Dr. J. 1$. Kinnaird, L monstro bushels of Whem v, bushels of Kve, 6 stacks house cabins ln yard, two wells, tine spring and we hereby aRiee to support each other lully in the a Dcering Hinder, i llav X erty he vacated will be occupied by Mr. f iw bruises and Mrs. Karris with a badly ter. Several "voluntaries" are on the or Hy, Mowers I Porn Hunter, i lloosier t Drill, t fence. house, or addrest ie I'.raln spring ( all on large pond, c. All uncled good enforcement of the law against any and all tresIlrill. a passer. n Dlx Cutter, t Reaper, family and Mrs. WIFE, and a lot ol othJohn Kills nnd J M. 1IKOWN nt inn September 36, 1S93. sprained arm. programme. Others expecting to er mlscellaiieiitiH Farming Machinery and impleNear McKinney, Ky W. W. Yeairer. S'-- v K. II. Iflcn. and Mr Lisziu McAlistar have papers will please notify thu fcecro ment! nod all my Hoiict.o!d and Kitchen FurniA J.Rice, John ture. I'iioii 111.K Cu anuk. Chief Dispatcher inovpil to Mr. Lottie Holmes' duelling (J r Iligginbutham. T. L. llroaddu.. tary before tho hour of meetiiiK- Steele erms: Farm for one third cah and remntndcr OPEN TO THE WORLD. M. V. Rout, Cyrus Daily, In two cuiial annual paTmcnt on I'pper Main street, from which Mr. W. K. Sheridan tells us that it is more Bailey, Secretary. with Interest from A. D. Hughes, James M. While day ot sal 1'erMinalty on a inxllt till January r, have, moved to than probable that passenger trains will . lltlght Herring, B F. Jones aud A. M.nnd F.. S. Uourne, except for sums under riu, whico, must be W. J. Itallard, J.S. Johnson, Mrs. Kate Hubert, of Crab paid in caslK occupied by Rev. bo run through to Shavvanee, Tenn., J. M. UKID Missinc. .the Iilmoru home, I. C. Fox, Alex West, . wu,. it 41VUU, siiciioiieir 11. Kemper, J disFrank Fox, Civ.Hifa.T from 1.0U isville, instead of from Louis- Orchard, was heie yesterday, Ben Helm. It. K. Itobinvou, J. J. Walker, In turbed over the absence of her son, V. ville to Jollico, as is now the case. T. H. Robinson, T D. Chestnut, Nixon Perkins; Henry Walters, CITY AND VICINITY. tho event this is done a connecting train CiirtisKubeit, from his place of busiJ H. Uourne, Jerry Dlaud, T. T. Pollard inability to J T.CHADWICK, T M. Arnold, Dukm.inci for rent. Mrs. N. A. Tyree. will be run from Corhin to Jellico. This ness In Ixmisville, and her inn etiibm vs V. 1. Fox. Jr., T. I. Herring. will give Middlesboro ami tho other tetany tidings from him. Ho is clorx KATIK CMAOWICK W II. Moss. J. V. Cm.k, KY T H n ASSOCIATION Th petitioners hase this day fi, thtr petition P. liiiurne, Mitchel Ilroaddus, Lkak your order for timothy with boom tow iihii through train which we in tiie dry goods hotuo of J. Bacon & in tho Clerk's office ot unid court asking that aid William Hubble, G. Aldridpe, LEXINGTON, KY., KntieChadwicIc Ixiorrtiowernl S. J. Uourne, McKmney Bros. Krasinus Dunn, enuiv. oil hope will hclpUhem. Sons and sleeps in their store. Ho was and convey for her own benefit to A. R. and G It Pope, John Pope, anv property she C. J. Doty, seen Sunday afternoon, but Monday may own or hereafter acquire free Irmi the debts OCTOBER w lino of stoves juht received at B. jamc iicriiu, TO I'm: banner excursion of the seaon or S If. Anderson, her I. A. Vciger, sue morning ho did not open tho store ns andtlainu of an u husband, to make contmcts, own be sued II. 1) Aldndge, W. 11. Wearen'a. single woman, trudo in her k. .b llurdctt, to Cincinnati, O , will be run on account llertram Spratt, K. II. Miller, to find him since name and dispose ot her properly bv will or deed J 1. usual nnd all cflbrts INl'LfHIVJfl It Is ordered that notice of said action be publish-wl'i- n Miss Kate llurdctt, D G, Spaonamnrc, of Columbus Day Celebration, Friday, Xk Sonciuuji, Now Syrup and New Mr. Tim W. the Iktkiok Jouknai a nimsrMper in Slan have pioved unavailing. ti. tl. AMrldge, Mrs. M. A. Ilaughtnan Out. -- 1st. A special train of 10 conches ford, Ky., for ten da Jiihu Uourne, lames underwood, l'.cklesat A. A. Wanen's. Higgins was telegraphed to to institute Uiieu under my hand this Oct 31I, i8o Mrs K I. sley. tf will leave Q. & C. depot Junction City at IIAILCV, JAMKS1 aenich. bitthu had learned nothing up 33 RACES. 550,000. rtS Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court. Mas. Ht'Hii Hays hns presented her ..:'(! a. M , arriving nt Cincinnati nt 12: 10 Mrs. Egbett fears that to yesterday. '1 he Transylvania husband with another child. ""take, $5,o a M. Bound tiip rate from Junction ir more, Monday, her boy has been murdered, but it is to October io,.wlll bo the greatest contest ever City only $1.75. Tickets good returning bo hoped that her fears are groundless. Ari'i.KS. Hand picked winter apples witnessed tho same day orjou regular trains leav M.K. 1IAII.EV, l'luintiff, Knsslin, Ottenheim. f )r sale by Charles ing Cincinnati on Saturday, Oct. 22d. Remember the $5,000 Stakes Exparte Shot is tiik Hk.i. Bob Whitley was J It itAlYkv, Delendaut and Free-for-alTaku your old nilvor to Dauks, the Don't fail to take advantage of this low shot in the head in Bet Buford's notoriThe petilioiier, M. E. Ilailey, has thin day filed Two day trip giving you an op- ous house in Macksville, yesterJay afjeweler, and have it made Into spoons, rate. Half Railroads. hut petition ln ihe clerk's office id said court, portunity of combining btisines-- ami ternoon, by Ben Bicketts, also colored. Articles to Suit the Most Fastidi-- ' tli.it sjid Al. L Ilailey be empowered louse, etc. Write Secretary for Programme. for own benefit any pleasure. For fuither particulars see The hall entered the forehead on tho etnor, sell aud convey own her hereafter require, ous. A complete line of proper!) she may now or 1' ED A. III'TOX, VVasteii. JUII.nSTON. Nice, clean clover seed-ab- out our of station agent and small bills. I). G. left and ranged downward, coming out free from the debtueor claimssued hera husband ; to Sec'y. I'res single make contmcts. B. K. it. W. II. and 500 bushels. Kdwards, G. IMA., q. A 0. Houte, Cin- - iust nbove the right eye. Tlioy had had man, trade In her oh n be andut dispose ofwn. name . . . her . . . - . ... ti. or iiiiHii it Is limhur orilendr Wearen. cinnati, O ; J. M- Keane, City Ticket no quarrel mil Wllitlt'V claims tliat lip ' l,'l,e"T uy win ac10n ,,ut 1Qtlce le ,uhll,heil ln ,lu. ,nl0. a newspaper published in Stanford, Thk best full Fur trimmed cloak for Agent, Junction City, Ky. thought Bicketts was in fun when ho rlor , journal,days. t K tor ten tive dollata to bo teen anywhere. Sevattacked him, just t he was coming up tneii under my hand this Ouober jth, iSyj. Aktkii a Long Timk. Policeman Mous-ir- , JAS. 1'. I1A1LKV, erance & Son. from his room. The only words passed CROP. FARM, STOCK Clerk Urn idn (Ireuit Lourt 4 of Middlesboro, brought here Wed a . i Bicketts remarked, "You weio thee (jKNTMiMKN who consult their own in- nesday William Bailey, who was arrest As hxecutiir of Wm G. Wucds, dec d, I will, on all have formed a click," and Whitley I'l IILICbAIE Or terest will examine our stock of shoes, ed on the charge of murdering Dudley answered "tlo on nwi.y." At this point 1892 October bats, shirts, underwear, Ac. Severance Conolay, in this county nbout live years Bicketts shot and took to his heels, gongo. ine writ ot arrest was sworn out Sell at public auction at thu late residence ol said it Son ing towards Danville. Georgia Weaver, Wm (J Woods, in Jessamine county. Ks. , on the Complicated Watch Repairs and by a daughter of tho deceased, who is I will olfcr fir sale on I.esington, Harrodtburg & IVrrysllle Turnpike I n ttr . It Mjafninfii.il Imu rititfi! n woman of easy virtue, with whom du.k positive that he is the guilty party. Artistic Engraving a Specialty: :ikci' mules, road, jVy miles troui Nicholasville, It. iIl SSCMH.I.in inn ii.ui(it IVIJ The cuttle, iu head young r 'handsome prescription case, which is a 4 horses it head of Bicketts was in love, is thought to have All goods sold engr.ued tree of charge. 15, '92, cattle. 4imllccous, lending of feeding hugs, tann15 head man arrested claimsl that his name is Bicketts of the trouble. been the cause eiTVour patronage respectfully solicited. ing implement., household and kitchen furniture, model of convenience. On the premise, "INdLKSinr," the faun William Bailey, and his home is in Car acres ol hemp in stack, and 1 acies of corn in ttt the etate ol the late John G llruce, H shock came here from the work train Saturday the ol has bought of Judge T. roll county; says ho never heard of the night and is said to bo from Lebanon. W. A, Aiiams Also at thnaaitie time and place, I svlll sell to the hlehot bidder the farm Liteiy owned by the 03NTE L. Sheltou his scales, horse and wagon murder and that he never was in the said Win. U Woods, fOR TIIK ABOUT IOO ACRES, Tho William Bailey1 Commonwealth's Docket. and good will in the coal business for county before. commonwealth's situated iminctlliitity 011 the Daniille and who did tho killing is a brother of K. K. Below is the entire t CONTAINING 330 ACRES. $175. 11(11 turnpike, miles north ot Bailey, of tho May wood section, and sev- docket for the circuit court, which be '1 his place has on j'a a comfortable,Danville, Kyu EXCURSIONS, it dwelling, 'llus farm is well located, in a high state of cul- HARVEST and EuiuAKT assortment of cloaks and eral parties who know him prior to the gins Monday. It is the shortest for 30 Knod barn shop necessary outbuilding, besides tivation and ii a ery desirable home. Tho laud AUO. 30 and SEPT. 27, blacksmith and four tenant houiusand with-- u is hurhlv nrodtictiie ami well wateied. hero Is a Ki of a mile or a school wraps just received at S. II. .Shanks' murder were called in to identify him. years. They are all for minor offenses nousi, and convenient KOocTdwciliiiK houc "f roms, burn, granary, all THE -- WISCONSIN CENTHA1. MXKs" 10 llanville, noted educational facilities. necessary outmiwainu' aim iulk u.ucj. Call and boo them before tho stock is None of them doing bo It was thought except the cuso against W. T. Saunders This place has on Itfor it the best springs one of sums less than Will rim low rale Harvest Kxcursioos onabosu Dernonaltv All For TKRJI.S in tho county, cons ement to both barn aud dwelling, mid Jio, cash will be required, for all sums ostr that cLites to points in Minnesota. Montana, North and broken. best to keep tho suepiuioned untfer for the murder of Judgo Egbeit. will inakuii splendid daily farm. This place Is in amount, a creillt of . days will lie ntveli. South Dakota. Tickets will be good twenty (o) a splendid liciKhboihood. h.is a good plitsiciau Tuksday, Cn 18th, Skcond Day. Mu. J. W. Bamsky has contracted with guard for a while until a closer investi execute note with approved security days from data of sale, with r is prlslleges living near, and U altogether a very desirable before thoill romosed property is tupoints wi't of M. Paul and Minneapolis. 'riN? w. 1 Com'lth Ky. vs Wm. Bailey. W. l' Itamsey to put a second Ftory on gation could bo made and or tho presplace lor any one wanting a small farm. For lull information, address any ul the Comrva T ror Ine I.anu j is 10 oe paiu casu, sue naiancc ferret 1lhor.1l and made known on day of sale v.s Titos. Fish, Ac. ent ho will bo in charge of Deputy Marin one and two years, with interest at the rate of 6 uy's renrustnutivcK. or Minio 2 his dwelling just back of his store-roocent per annum from daicofiale until paid. WP 'KOCTOR, JAS C POND. shal Jim Mersbon. oo.td Admr , with will annexed, of J. O. llruce. He4.jd vt John "White. ;t (.nine A G. WOODS, KVur 'Gep'l Pass, and I'icktt Agt , hi. ago, III. on Lancaster street. Kuoi wanted at nt 15 cents. B. Stanford, Ky., New line ZilRlar shoos at Ootoiieh 11, 1892 Shanks'. Eastland had his harness buggy-bons- o stolen from his Wednesday. K. A W. II. Wcnr-en- s to-da- -. -- -- a vs J. H. Bussell. vs Eb Bcntly, Ac. vs Bubo Bcntly. vs Newt Cloyd. vs George Kryor. vs L. B. Lntton. vs Thos. Hurley, vs J. W. Klswortli, No. vs sntno No. 2. vs John Mooio. ys Eph Mason. vs George Minor, vs George W. Baker, Ts Itml Pennington. vs OhtiB. Henry, No. 1. v mine No. 2. vs sntno No.iJ. Wr 0 w iUdO FEillMIM! 1 1 . Staple Dry Goods and Dress Goods, Clothing" for Men, Boys and Children, , H - E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. otne and -1 1 5 in-la- w to-ni- 1 1 ' 1 -- A Met-srs- . 1 1 1 as nt se s YOU "C" NOW 23EX.mj&LJE , - To Tiie r farmers. J. S. HUGHES. g&<, W B.IMOBERTC, .RSAB, OP ROOM. n PUBLIC SALE Al-t- Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. Thursday, Nov. north-wen- it: of 300 lllue-Urast 3. s !OsMM3nOS to Earp's Art Gallery vix-Ut- latest Improvements 9-y Good Farm 1 For 1 Sal. V i Pin-risy- Slet-raan- d . . - 1 Containing Hunters and Fishermen. Acres, Port-ma- pro-se- A-- m - 1 KENTUCKY" 1 S Lincoln Circuit Court. I hh-. THOTTI3STG CAR1TIVA1L. I I I 5th 14th, Ill "Ml , 1892. -:l. Lincoln Circuit Court. D ANK8 THE JEWELER, ask-i- n; Rates onall s 1 - o( ... Executor's Sale. & Watches, Cloeks ... .. & SMALL FARM? Tuesday, 25, And SILVERWARE. Jewelry Saturday, October FiSSaa FARE -:- 1'liin-an- Round Trip 1 7 Fur-chas- ers stop-ose- C ii' . j. i tZA jr- - idti sfcg jiv, . Li--t. .te.Sf Jh.i u Semi-Weekly ' ; 4 Interior Journal AT WRITE THEM A LETTER Don't go to the theatre, concert or bull,' Hut stay In jour room to night) Deny yourself to the friends that call, And a good Iopjj letter write Write to the tad old folks at home, Who sit when the day Is don, With folded hands and downcast eye- -, And think of the absent one. Don't selfishly scribble, "F.xcuso my haste, I've scarcely the time to write," Lest their brooding thoughts go wandering back night To many a When they lost their needed sleep and rest And every breath was a prater That God would leave their delicate babe To their tender love and care. by-go- ne Published Evory Tuoeday ond Friday Si2 XKT4 48-Wh- en YKAB IT .A.DV.A.NC1C. will be charged.-P- not so paid S2.SO a 1 Don't let them feel that jou've no more need Of their love or counsel v. isc. t for the heart trows strongly sensitise When age has dimmed the eyes- -It might be well to let them believe You never lorget them quite; That you deem it a pleasure when far away I.ong letter home to write. POWDER Absolutely Pure? Tarter Baking Powder H chest ol all In leavening strength -- Latest United State Government Food lleport. ROYAL IIAKING I'OWDF.RCO , 106 Wall meet, New orlc. A Cream of Don't think that the young and giddy friends Who make your pastime gay, Have half the anxious thought for you That the old folks have The duty of writing do not put off; Let sleep or pleasure wait, Lest the letter fur which they looked ind langed He a day or an hour too late. y. Oucklln'sArnlca Salvo. BARREL CLOTHES-HAMPEThe best salve in the world tor cuts, bruises A Neat unit IIndy I'lnre to Keep Soiled tores, ulcers, salt rhnum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corni and all skirt crup Articles. tisns and positively cures piles, or no pay requirA very satisfactory receptacle for ed. It is guaranteed to civv perfect saUsractioe, soiled clothes can bo mado by covering or money refunded. Prico 15 cents per boa Ky. a barrel with what used to bo called I'or sale by A. R. Penny, Suntord, furniture calico, but is now sold under It is not unusual for colds contracted in the tall the name of comfortablo print. to hang on all winter. In such caw catarrh or Tho barrels that pulverized sugar chronic bronchitis are almost sure to result. A will liottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rcmt-dcomes In nro of good bIzo for this cure any cold. Can you afford to rlsV so much for ni remeuj n imrnucu ci to small an amount pccially for bad cold and croup and can always break off all nails that pro- he depi nded upon. For sale by Ur. M 1,. Ilourne, ject, both on the Insido and tho outside. Druggist and Optlciin, Stanford. Ky Lino the Inside of tho barrel with Eloctrlc Dlttors. btnooth brown paper, or remnants of wc'l known and so This remedy is becoming can bo used, using Hour All who the same sonir paste to fasten tho paper in. Measure hits e used Ulectric Hitter sliiu not exist and it of is medicine praise A four pieces of print the depth of the uuarnnteed purerdo nil thatdoes claimed Klcctric Is to barrel, nllowing four inches extra for Flitters will cure all diseases of the I.iver ami will remote Pimples, Rolls, Salt Rlieumand the frill at tho top. Join tho pieces ami caused by impure blood Will run a strong thread around tho lower other affections from tho avstcm and prcent as drive Malaria acute all Malarial cdgoto draw it on; fold over two well as cureConstipation andKevcrs b'or try of Indigestion inches ut tho top nnd gather like the I leadachc, Kntirc sitisfuction ftaurantccd or Hitters. bottom. Draw this cover over the nioncv refunded I'ricujoc and Jl per bottle A II Penny's Urug store barrel, even tho fullness, and secure it R. jo-ce- John It. Cattleman. A G l.snhsrs A Pino Stock Farm For Sale. On Saturday, Oct. ROYAL insurance Company, 15, 1892, purpose- -Carefully T 1 And pursuant to a decco of the Lincoln Circuit Court, the fine Stock I arm of It R. Ortitry, de ceased, will bn sold on the premises at public auction lo tho highest bidder. This farm i on the Rush Hranch turnpika road, about J4 miles from Stanford, is woll watered, splendidly fenced and Or LIVERPOOL. MANAOHRS, Contains about 305 Acres BAHBEE&OASTLEMAN with good residence, barn nnd stable thereon Most of the tarm is now In Illun Grass. This farm will first be offered for sale in three separate tracts and then as a whole and IhoKO bids or that bid accepted which amounts to themoM, and will bo sold on credits of 6, tsand 18 months. Possession for seeding purposes will be given en and alter day of sale nnd full possession January t, 189 j. lor further information address at Msnford or R K A. J. II GENTRY. call on Hill A Mc Roberts, p 4. Of fine ji-t- d wall-pap- er Commerce Building1, Louisvillo Agents throughout the South Kid-nc- W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Ayont, STANFORD. KY. Mice-tr- ie NEW BUTCHER HIIOP. fint-clns1 K. u. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7 Train naves Rowiand at at 5:20 p.m. 00 a. m., returning For Oil sad old folks at home, With locks fast turning white. Arc longing to hear from the absent one. WtJte (hrtm a letter (From the selections of the editor's dear, dead wife, and printed in loving memory of her.) LIBERTY, CASEY CQUNTV. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ,1129 pm ail train going North ...... ,..i so pa South . 11 55 pm Express train" South .. ...315 a rn .. North ,6 59 s m North ... Local Freight South The lafter trains also iru ry passengers, The above is ca.culated on standard time. Solar troe is about jo minutes faster. I have been iesued to the following persona to unite in the bonds of iMfi W wllW Mil iV WMKJ matrimony; List week, Hardin Wiser .jnpm to Miss Mary W. Richards. On the 11th ?UjyTCpJffTjiLSs;:rr inst., William Scuitling to Miss Mary K. Crawley; John Turner to Miss Emma In place with small tacks. Place a Bowmer. band of silcsia around thu top aud QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. The Casey County Teachers' Asso- bottom to hide the tacks. Sth with the folTrains pas Junction City as lollows: Cover the lid of tho barrel inside and Fast ciation met here on the c.,...v,.i.-,1C Sneclal 11 i6ara i) m.; lowing Opened with out with the print. Make a knob in proceedings: Mail 11.57 p m New Orleans Limited 3:17 Allen, followed by a the center of this lid by putting a screw A C. Special 3,06 a. m.; IJIuo prayer by Prof. thorugh tho hole in a medium-sizeGrass Special o 00 a m ; Cincinnati Limited 1:43 short address by Prof. Huff. J. H. spool and screwing it firmly in place. p. m.; Fast Mail a iS p. m Thomas then delivered the address of Cover tho spool with hllcsia like the License , P- North-bound-- Mm d s I have just opened a lliitchcr Shop on Mr Frank Huffman, a youiifr man of Hurling-ton- , Lancaster strcsl, where will keep at all times , states thst he had been under the care of O two prominent physicians nnd used their treat: : ment until be was not able to get around. They pronounced his cae to be Consumption and that can l obtained, which I will sell at the marHe was persuaded to try Dr. King's New ket price I have a tine, nev, large refrigerator Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds and mmts will always be kept fresh and nice and at that time was not able lo walk across the JULIAN VKST ,5 tmo street wiihout restljjj He found before he had used haUof a dollar bottle that he was much betenbjvlng ter, he continued to use it and is good health If you hae any throat, lunger chest trouble try it. 'trial bottle free at A, R Penns- - sdruu store. . UILRY, Proprietor. AWondor Workor. Fresh Groceries IN I tieiiej Incu-ribl- e. best: :mt:e.a.ts llt! Greatest Abundance -- oi'Tiu:-- ay THE RILEY - m - K. - CHARACTER HOUSE CHOICEST AITIIK-- I have moved to my new Hotel and am bettti vere and dangerous as cholera. Mr Walter public a protmiieiit merchant of Jamesbur, two preparsd than ever to accommodate the attached and every convenience tie-milts from Helmetta. says Chamberlain's Colic, Good I.ivcry me a call. Give CI olera and Diarrhirn itemed) has given great sireit FRANK RILF.Y. It Katlsfoition in the most set etc ruses of dvsentery things ever made" It is cenatnlv one of the loriuleby Dr M I.. Ilourne, Druggist ami OpT r CLtakC. r stb turn jh. tician, SlanforH, Ky. 1.11-Ij- A reported outbren of chok-r- a at Helmetta, N. In J ,1 rented mmh etiilemcnt in that virinitf cholshowed that thedieae waj era, lut a violent dysntcry which Is alrmnt as se- nt London, Kentucky. 1.0 WEST PRICES. A full line of tho Choicest Fruits and Vegetables and Swan's Down Flour can bo had at lsl STH AXJB& CO., .. JESSE two-inc- h PRACTICAL Terms, 30 Days. Goods Delivered Free of Charge. I. WEAREN'S When Italty wns rtck, w e. fjaso lttr CMorta. When hh, u n Chltd, kIip cried for Ooxlcriu. When bIio lieomrw Mis, shn oiling t OtAtorH, When f.Ue luiil Children, li pasethwn OaMorli. Plumbers and Steam Fittcrc. Iieslers in all kinds of Iran and llrass Goods for steam and water Sanlury G00.U of all kinds. All work guaranteed against defective material and S7 workmanship MYERS HOUSE X.XTTEH1T well-ktiov- STABLE miiU Office A. S. PRICE, SURGKON DENTIST. Severance K: Sons Store, Main street, over Stanford. PENNF, DR W. Dentist. B. Office South side f acated by Dr. L. recently Main street, F. Huffman, Stanford, Ry. in office R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. Is moving to the Higgms office, Lancaster street. Nitrous Oxide Gas given or painless estracting. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. w DR. JOHN ;M. STANFORD, Office Hours. 10 CRAIG, - Homeopathic Physician, to . 12 a KENTUCKY to 3 p. m.; 8 court-hous- m ; t to ' Office on Lancaster street, opposite 39-'- T Falls Branch Jellico uoai Co GENUINE , ,1 Miners and shippers of the Original Jellico Coal. Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford and Rowland Otlue corner ot Depot street and IOG,NS . WATTS. J. H. HILTON, General sold Merchandise. for Cash only Goods -1 have just received my tall Stock of hoes and siciDityto .irdully invite thecltiiensof this lower than call evIn and examine then.. Goods sold and er. Remember I am headquarters a tor Staple line Fancy Groceiies- Will soon ha.se complete - Dealer in ... 0 Hardware .unlock py, RowUmi, Ky. ' MSTB m & BQWELl, STANTORD, KY., House, Sign, Decorative Painter and Paper Hanger, Country work solicited Estimates furnished. welcome. After miscellaneous work J. 0. Lay made a speech in R. S. Rector's place, he being absent. Prof. Huff then advocated the dividing of tho county in A to three districts, for convenience, for, tho purpose of teachers' associations. In the afternoon session J. C. Lay handled the subject, "Mistakes in Teachin ," in an able manner and was followed by V. Hughes, who Prof. Huff and N made things rather lively. John Wheat then made a rousing speech on "How to keep Abreast of my Profession" and was followed by Huff", Owens, Allen and others. The association then adjourned to meet at MU Olive on Nov. 12, 1S!2. There will be a grand nflair at the Janie Wash Institute at Middluburg on Columbus Day, Friday, October 21st, The cornet band will be on hands and several schools will meet in conjunction with the Janio Wash Institute .to celebrate tho day. Among the number we learn that Miss Kate Blain'a at Richland and J. II. Thomas', of this place, will attend and be in the procession on that day. Prof. Huff also invites all the oldsoldiers to attend of whatever command they may belong and march in column a9 they did in the days of "old Prof. Huff always has king Byne." things done up in fine stylo and we hope there will be a full attendance to celebrate tho day. Three companies and a half of the First Kentucky Caval ry, A. B. F. and a part of I)., belong to Casey county and we hope that organization will be well represented. Then thero are the Sth ami Kith cavalry and fragments of the ad and KJtli infantry and others all belong to Casey. It is not expected that they will march with the buoyant step they did nearly .'10 years ago, for many of them are becoming feeble and gray now, but still they can be there. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Rev. W. E. Arnold will preach l.;M. RRUCL J Martin is having a ihoh successful meeting at Bedford, Iowa, thore being Oo additions to thu Chris-MaBUS RABU, LIVERY, church at that plnre up to Inst 10 joining in one night. Paris ' STANFORD, KY. Kentuckian. The above firm went into effect July it and reIn the Baptist Orphan's Home, spectfully uas a n.iic of the pitronage or the public Louiavi He, "''.) children have been cared for in 2:5 years and there have been only NEW RIGS AND HORSES 10 deaths; in the past eeven years only Have Imeit purchased ami nothing but one child has died. Several yotrs ago will leave the stable. turnouts Mr. Win. F. Norton sent to every Give in the State and brought there every child of Btptist parentage, and it has ever been the policy of the manage ment not to allow any child of Baptist . Courier-Journalineage to live in a BRtCE & YEAGER, ' " Y EAGER McKendree night. nest Sunday morning and at bands on tho hamper. I will deliver Ice every morning to families In This .table, which Is run In toneertlon svitn th no use of any suffering with thech-cr- a This makes a neat and handy place to There IsChamberlain's Colic, Cholera and a Stanford and vtunity at S ents fwr io pounds; when Mets House, has her supplied with keep soiled articles, nnd each week, It will givu relief forsotoiwi pounds at the rale ol fto cents, and Remedy on bv procured time, hase under Co pounds at thr rate of js sent cure when they are removed, tho hamper in u lew minutes and W II In u short Helmetta N. -call ssteclal attention to the .John I tenner A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Clinton. tried It should be given a few hours' exposure J. The and know at HelmetU was at hrst Hrewiu epidemic C. '. Celebrated I X L. Ueer. for which Buggies, Wagons, or to the sun and air. Margaret Ryder, !u to be cholera, but suhwiMent tnseitignkm t am agent. Wilt f jrulsh in eilhe Ic to be a siolcnt furm of dysentery, alproved Write for price. And Drummer's Snppl es and Is belter than ever Country Gentleman., K 1IRKMKR, Stanford, Ky Utf most as dangerous as cholera This remedy was prcparen to supply the public with used there with great success lor Sale by Dr. and Optician, .StanM SOME NEW COLORS. I.. Iluurne, IUOS OK ALL KINDS. ford, Ky Mclit Shades Will Uo KxeeeUliiRty Popti. Personal and prompt attention given l Weddiujs, Parties and HurtaU Ur This Winter. P W GRKLV. Propr.tter French color cards of millinery fab At. UUKNS, Manager rics for the coming season display much bids fur lighter shades than those usually worn We will rcreise sealed formerly the pauper till constituted, In tho precincts, as in winter. The leading series of six Oct. 15th. at which time we will open and let the "-THIi STANFORD shades gradually darkens from pale prtctirein said ptecincts to the lowest and lest Address the County Clerk. rose to deep Provence red, through aza- bidder J. II PATO, Co. W K VAKNOV follea pink, nnd peon3 (. It COOPER, ,,5.,t lowed by three metallic grs shades, faHas contracted with responsible firms lor Its plants Committee and will hase Ike Ice and Ulectric Plants comile miliarly known last year as argent, ted in about slsty davs; the Water Plant soon afnickel and platina, while, as a matter ter In order to place individual contracts in ad of , fact, steel grays are much more san e for Water and Electric Light, the Company largely represented in the new ImportacITrrs (be following tions. Next there Is a new pale green Necessary water Mpea will b Isid, connected to I am receiving one of the most elan lines of handled in Stanford, select mains at actual rost Ur pine and work shado called angclique, which combines MILLLINF.RY ever view (V A Flectric wires put In and necessary Hitures to the wants of this lT an charmingly with dark murler, or mulb- ed with Miss especial freeol charge Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an trade Fobe of btwt (ualily and guaranteed lo give erry-leaf trimmer. Is with me this season and I green, and the still deeper satisfaction everything to ronces. or brier green. The shades that guarantee lathlon The bo In the latest andtomot call The .rhcdule of adopted rates Is frwnjiiojo ladles are intltcU approved per cent, lower than is usually which I will take pleasexperienced buyers mark as most ami examine my . Paris are eminence or bishop's ure showing, MISS I ICCll. Schedule of Yearly Water Hates. purple with a reddish tinge, and u t,, lighter shade, called not Dwtlling of rooms, mis faneel . i 00 PUBLIC SALEOF Kach additional room unlike the pinkish hues of mauve and Kach addilleual faucet .. .. I CO of tho violet now so fashionable. Now Sloris, lUnks and Private (ilficei, i laucct Sto Hatha, private, one laucct dahlia shades are almost ns bright us 300 Hose attachment lor sprinkler .... . soo cherry red or magenta. Tho brown Sublet, prisale, one animal ..... s oa TI.e undersigned will on series begins with a pale amber hue. Kach additional animal. I CO aptly called champagne, and deepens MONDAY, OCT. 17, 1892, WILLIAM MORELAND, Electric Light Rates. through tabac and chestnut to loutre. Dealer in the above I'or commercial ute: c do.r in the town of Dan which is seal and otter brown. Beige Ilcfore the Cattle, Sheep and Hoga, One art and three it c. p. Incandescent lamp and castor, the light browns of last sea- sille, Ky ,at a o'clock p. in., ofTer at public sale Orders for ... to the highest bidder, the lollowing tracts of Solicited Stock Cattle and Sheep a apecislty. pcrjeiar $70 00 sons, promise to remain in favor. All land For 10 c. p each tight, per mo. the above described sto-Persons having any fa county. Ky , for sale or wlshluj toof land in Mercer A tract M purchase same, rill do wt.ll old blues reappear, and to these arc on the east side ofnlthe Danville and Harrodshurg the of fifteen An on or TJ added a dark gray-blu- e marked Ice- turnpike read and about sS miles from Harrods-bur- to call in this address me beenexperience to me and J' of profit business has 3 years and said land being bounded on the north I think I can make It profitable both to the buyer land, a pale tint called petit due, and Par Rnssdence Use: side by the lands of Wesley Vauarsdall. on the and seller I' O address Msnford, Ky. ieo For tst i c peacock blue, which Is south bvthe llellews.Mill rtvid, on the east by the Office at the Myers House intotsdncesst la top per mo the 00 4 almost green. Diavolo Is a dull yellow- amis et K. W Itastland and on the west liy the " vl " " " road, and turnpike Danville i ish red, while Mephisto Is a glowing, containingand llairodsburg and y square pole II 41st1 acres, rcwd 14, For each rofdltHsssal " so brilliant tint. An observer looking Setond -- A tract of land in Mercer county, Ky , For lurlhsr IwfwrmatUll, npfttf t and Harrodshurg turnpike over large importations of selected fab- eabtoftbe netDanville on said road, and about a' olnding J W HAVDKN,Sup. He road, hut rics finds the profurence given to emi- iuii. from Harrodsburz. and being bounded on REAL AGENT and nence purple, pinkish tan or apricot, the north by the llellows Mill read, south on the by the rood, and on the eisst reseda, emerald and myrtle green, then laudsbv the sane and on the wst b) the lands of Ky. of Hardin beige, cttstor, matron brown, cardinal Wesley Vanarsdall and the land of W.k II Kust- tke same land, and containing about 147 aire. and blade Harper's Bazar. snort sh- Its. of FARMS (or ol Diar-rhre1 1 kt-j- c ICE AND BEER. P. W. GREEN, Prop. FIRST-CLAS- S To IDootors. pra--tic- e rose-geraniu- m Watertight and Ice TO THE LiADrBS. d epe-rlcnr.- opu-lari- n goo-It- . 111 gli page-purpl- e, ValuableFarming Lands Coiirl-IIou- i ...,.... g, well-know- n M M 1 . ESTATE Stanford, ll SHOE.EUTTON After CASE. ( nil-n- Klder S M. You Main Oneo Hail Our, Von Do Without It. mi m n first-cla- is tlicm a Call. poor-hous- e This handy little case, veiy quickly and cheaply made, will jjo far to solve tho question "how to keep button on the boots and bhoes." us in this the buttons, needles and thread fur sewing them on are all kept together, making a unique little case thul oneo hud one will not be willing to do without. This is made, says the Orange .lucid Farmer, of two pieces of ribbon b4 inches long incites wide. Sew the sides up overhand, leaving a spuce it little les4- then two inches for the Insertion of a needle-book- . This is made by covering a piece of cardboard with the ribbon, laying it little cotton on one side to make it soft 'ii Mid pike, awl about j mils from the town ,4" Danville, and bounded on the north br tb llellows Mill road, on the south by the Msxk Mill road, on the east by the land uf A W hastlana1 and oh the bewest by the lands of S V Faslland, and C ing the same tracts of land conv)c-- to (alslwell as trustee of Mrs K S BustUiMl and and said nthrrs by dnl ol date April ialh, deel being of record in both lole county aud Mercer county In making the sale the first two 4rccl of land above described, and which join, will be offered as whole ami then offered separately acd UmI bid accepted which brings the most money Thu thud parcel will be sold b itself TKHMb mado known on day of sale. I (' (AI UWH.I., Agt, Aug 4. V 54 t d I tic sale !haveu,uite a number Third A tract of land situated partly in Wer- - very beat II Uindsm Lincoln county. rily III Iloyki count ea, KeutMcky. and ' Thesu Farms are all well unproved awl nesti cer and hiHg on the east side ot the lianvine asm in sue from jo tu eon A Ullipskc road, thvutch not binding on rich lands, rnnmnfElocality, their rtebnes amierst fer Considering tbeis I uu-Cr, ..I the iv. 11 - PUBLIC SALE LEND. STOCK HMD CROP. As Lsocutor of Oenrce Vaughn, deed , I will sell at his late reiddence a1, miles from biauford an Crab Orchard pike, on THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY , poor-house- l. JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now in my charge and 1 intend to conduct it so as to not only maintain Its high reputation, but to add in li Inn llii ot friends. Suecial accommoda and fine rooms for tions for commercial traveler the ditploy of camples. j The County Convention of the Chris tian Church will be held at Rowland, Saturday, Oct. lo. rnouitAMME: 10 a. m.. KIliH. Tuesday, Nov. 1st, 1892, I he following property, to-- it Devotional Exercises W. K. ajw 8110K bill nun O.N CASK ' JJ The Farm of 2x6 Acres A 37-- First-Clas- s Salbon And MILLIARD and POOL. ROOMS attached. tt JOSEPH COFFKY. C-r-S- -tj I for Highest cash market price paid Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, '' &c, at -- J syr .V M. F. ELKIN & CO., STANFORD. KY. for stiuUino; in the noodles, uml fastening a little bow of narrow pink ribbon for drawing it out. Ilcm the ends of tlio ribbon; in one end insert the nbbou tilN.NCR. and in the other, two thin I o'clock, Devotional Kxercises K. 11. bits of whalebone. Stitch across in feather or cross stitch to make a cabo Reasley. and the work is for tho uccdle-booReports of committees. done. Place a spool of lincti thread in Address "What Aro wo Accomplishthe open end of the case, a few coarse ing'.'" J. G. Livingston. and needles in the little needle-booMembers W. A. Gib- a dozen or more buttons in the bag and son. liiiiB everything will bo ready for sewAddress "The Rewards of Christian ing on the buttons as they coma oil. Workero" Jos. Suvorauce, Sr, Cut a teaspoon ful of salt into a Adjournment. lump once in awhile draw-strinU Welcome Address John Bell Gibson, Address, "Neglected Offices" J. 0. Frank. Discission. Address, "Importance of Lord's Day Meeting'' Jos. .Ballon. Appointment of committeeH. Of good laud, well unproved, lias mnl roidenir, l.arn and other outbuilflliics. ami water, anu anoins the lands otS il Shinks. I. K. Lynn nnd A F. Moberly. 'lerms-On- i; third cash; balance in one and Also two years with Interest nPr. , i .. '. I'our Ilrood- Mares, .... I t. ir a Mares -- anu ta suoats, lluck., 1 o acre ol Corn in the field, 6 slacks limo a Mucks ol Uats, a .Mowing aiacrunes, thy Hay, Reaper, i Wheat Drill, i Hay Rake, i I Rockawuv. a lot ot renco i'osts, u stanus u a Into! llrlck. I Harrow, a Wagons and all other Farming Implements usually fouudona first class about sclf-Ra- ou. and Kwes. . Cales. 10 .. ..' out itetier, )owi . - J .h and Cults, ... . J 1 good I..... .Soulli'lon farm, and Forty-Nin- e Shares of Bank Stock &. 14 k Non-Attenda- nt kero--cmi- c tional of Fort cott, Kansas. At the same time and place I will sell Ilrood Mares and some well bred and Mime nice yearlings and Fillies. Terms made known on day of sale. W. A. 59 'I en In the Farmers Hank Trust Co. and the the Hrst National of Stui ford, it National ol St Joseph Mo., and 10 in First S in Na- good Colts, Executor George Vaughn, deed HAIL, tiliiT of mmI, the convenience of lurnpf kns and railroads that brtug markets right to onr door, thoy Lantl. aic cheaper than ihn scarcelyofa any other county in Farm en the counthe bute 1 hers, is over ) miles from a depot ty The county is checksd wlih turnpikes running 1 here m not a puldlc road cu inevery direction tenng the county seat that m mil Mncadmniiwl We have the Knoaville Hranch of the I. A- N It k. dividing the county from Kast to Wjt and the C S R It Irom North tnsmth; the K C. R R e O the C ltcnn this nlarn to Cincinnati. at Winchester, giving full access to the markei.ol Itestiles, wo have three large the hole world. Flour Mills in the county that give us a market fur all our gram right at homo, and the dcvtlup mentol the mountain regions ol Hastern and Kentucky bv isilroads nnd the outlet Smith by railro.ul has created such a demand for all kinds of cereal and tirotelidcr that weean scarcely retain enough lor homeconsumptlon. generous and kind, I lie people are prosperous, believing in Christianity and cducatiou. '1 here neighborhood in the county but has a is not a good church and school-housStanford, the county seat of Lincoln, is a prosperous little city of about j.soo mhab.Uiits and Is the groat doorway from the North and North-- . east South and from the Northwest to ' n,t .undine as it does cariuir t Into the bos om of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern Kentucky backed up uy me wnoie nmo-ura- t region ot the State with railroads running through it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally one of the best located towns in the South for niannuctiires ami utner cmcrprisck 01 inngniiuuc. Water Works are now being agitated and right ot a n.ilt shove the town about woo srry aier nur there coiilil Oe ereciea ' iltle tost that would supply a city 01 150,000 in- habitants with the purest and best water in the world Our little rltyhss been newly rebuilt in . t Kinlnssa rimisnn . i. . . u sisiunvossieil r laH ICW VCiirislllUli' MMIMV will compare with larger citic of greater pretentions .. Our merchants aud traitetmcn tarc l( .. W.. h WM ...v ...! uum, .U.. -- .. ... ail nroil'ClPUl mm .Inlnfl ...all bants with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are -- ...! ... - Aind rnliilitlnti uu i"o.irrM .ntrmlid schools. ;:;"" have a Female We W. College, a large brick building, with over ion pu and under the prlndpalslup ol nils in attendance Prof. J M. Hubbard, Is in a flourishing cendi " We also have a aeminary mat .. is a gojia ,.r """i ..-.....scnooi, wun roi i e j have one of the nest I'ublir School buildings ic this section of the Slate, with over 100 pupils in attendance, aud with other good private schools, you see our school facilities are excellent We has c elegant church biiilnings, representing every denomination, with a full corps ot ministers offias class talent and are doing a belter business than any class of men in the city, I have tried to make this statement as facts, without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those who know will bear n e out, and those who wish to buy pleasant homes at lair prices aim locale amoejr a good people with ail the best surroundings would do well to call and see me before pur .ro-IHSouth-eastern e. rik-lithree-fourtI a Junction City Marble&GraniteWorks JUNCTION CITY, KY. Have just erected a new Marble and C.ranlle llmiso nnd am fully prepared to fill orders fur nil kind ot Marble mid Orunite work I havo in ray employ skilled workmen from the East. My freight facilities can not bo escclled anil I will nut be undersold J()E s. WHIUHT j (M ... hr ... 1 1 ffX In -- I j r y- - 1 tnorcla! Hotol, I am Havlnir removed my Ilarber Snop to the Com -- Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, In anything they may wish in my line. waited on. Call on me. Chil-als- o 1 JESSE THOMPSON. In Commercial Hotel,