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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892102101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xx. DANVILLE. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 21. 1892. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. LONDON, NO. 68 LAUREL COUNTY. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. s ' ' Tho K. C. pay car passed up the road Everything is dry here and water is R. F. Dunaway and Mif-- Minerva Miss Pattlo Tnl.ble visited friends OPENS SEPT. 14, 1892. Tuesday. awfully scarce. Routen were married Wednesday at Mr. In Stanford this weok. nrote.sors andinitructorx, eight .r.urte of ituly a. fjllows Agricultural, Scientific Judge John W. Hughes will speak Col. Alvaii Pullins is here from J. G. Lynn's. 0. II. Woods lifis been iiipohited a Ulological, Civil KnKlneetinn, Mechanical Knginwring, Veterinary Cta.slcal, Normal School. County of T. 1. at Lancaster next Moudny, county court Paint Lick, getting rid of n few yarns he youth of Walter Lane, n jnstico of Uio penco In tlio place free of tuition. Hoard in dormilone. $jperieek, in private famllie. J.jo to $. appointee dav. learned since his last visit. Crawfordsville, Ind., killed himself be- - For catalogue, apply lo Yon no docea'ed. JAS K. PATTERSON, Ph D , Pros., Lexington, Ky. faD.ivo Chumley, Next Monday is lonnty court day living between cause his sweetheart went riding with Fred Bishop 1ms rented from Ids ther, Joainh Uisliop, his farm near Huh and a large tirowtl is expected to bo In Pittsburg and Hast Bernstadt, had his another lellow, house burned up Saturday night. J. 0. Spratt, a widower of 34, and tonvlllo, containing 821 nri'". ior twxl town. Columbus day will bo celebrated at Miss Mary J. Ballard, were married at Prof. Allle has been hero for, a few year for $323. Mr. David Bell, of Louisville, a na- days getting up a class in telegraphy. Ho every school house in Laurel county Elder J. G. Livingston's Wednesday by J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. tive of Danville, !h In town on n visit to is a cornet player and has been render- next Friday, if all arrangements are car- that gentleman. 11. B. Boone, nged 1(5 and a widower, Dr. J. M. Meyer is visiting ing valuable assistance to the band. He ried out. old friends. Gtli, 1892. Common pleas court adjourned Sat- and Mies Kva Turnbull wnie united his son, Dr. .Too Mover, Ht Honey Grove, can get that old circus tone out of an K urday until Tuesday, the 23th, at tho re- hea rt nnd hand at the bride's faiher's, Full corpi of Cvntcrvatory and Normal School teachers, Superior courca in Literature, Muile and Hat that will get a crowd anywhere. Tex. An. Kxcelicnt hoarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. Capt. W. S. Miller, of Knoxville, quest of a majority of the lawyer", who Mr. Win. Turnbull. Tuesday. Tlio meeting nt the Cliriatinn chnrch Hove. J. I'. has been here for several days looking had other business to attend to this Mies Lottie Borders, of Garrard, at Kiugsvillo, conducted by Allen, of Danville, nnd H. I). Hardin. after the damage done his hotel build- week. and Mr. W. C. Hutching, of Danville, J. D. Pitman has bought out the liv- accompanied by Miss Allie Harlan and ing by tile recer.t livery stable (Ire. Capt. of Somerset, has sloeed with HI accesMiller is a citizen and his ery business of W. H. Jackson fc Co., Utter Pope were registered nt tlio Myers sions. Charley Durham, colored, for raising iiriny friends would be glad to have him and took possession Saturday. Dan is House Wednesday night. They took the an enterprising young man nnd deserves train yesterday morning for JeiTcrson-ville- , n disturbance at tlio colored Presbyteri- return to his old home. Tho lurge burn of Col. B. F. Bobin-B3n- , the success he buoiiis to have. were the flrst-n- : ned couple were night, was sont to an church, Saturday shall' keep constantly on During the year 1892 I l Thero was a most delightful ball at to be married yesterday. in lower Garrard, was destroyed by days from tlio tlio -' stock of full and complete hand a We have received an invitation io fire about! o'clock Wednesday morning. C S. Marshal Riley's Hotel last Tuesday er's court, Tnoaduy morning. Dr. James Iledly delivered his lec- The Imru contained a lot of farming im- night and all say that it was thu most tho marriage of Miss Addie, tho lovely ture, "The Master Passion," to it good plements, bay, corn and a good paddle delightful event of the kind given here daughter af Mr. J. Ottenheimer, of NewYork City, to Mr. M. Straus, resident It ia for n long whilu. audience at tlio Operu House Wednes- horitc, which were consumed. Hon. J. R. Hindman. our candidate New York partner of the Western Bank Dr. Uedly is a favorite in thought that it was eft on lire by day night. for Congress, was here Monday and left and Shipping Iioufc of A. K. Johnson & Danville, having been hero before. trauiM. -- Mr. Will Hatchings, of Boyle, and for Manchester, where ho had an ap- Co.. Chicago, which is to occur Nov. 15. A movement Is on foot, which it is My stock of thought may bo siUTisfiil, looking to MIhh Lottie Borders, a nlcco of Mrs. C. 0. pointment for Tuesday. Ho will till a The prospective brido will be pleasantly list of appointments through all the up- remembered by our young people, who the removal of tin Brodhead tobacco Stonnue, eloped to Cincinnati Wednesfactory to Danville. If the change i day night, where they will bo married per enmities before returning and will hold her in high esteem. At tho homo of Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers oi uiado pome 75 or SO hands can find em this. Thursday, morning. They will re speak at Pittsburg, this county, Tuesduy main in the city for several days, when night, Oct.'Jo. tho bride's father, Mr. John Edmnton, drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas ployment. . Messrs. P. F. Stillings, C. It. Brock, iu Crab Orchard, Wednesday morning, Daltoh in charge. Miss Mangle Cecil, of this county, they will return to his home near A. R. PENNY. R. R. Bowling and Dave Jackson have Dr. K. M. Estes, of McKinney, and Miss and Mr. Jerry Klnnahl, of Payotto counMrs. Belle Burdott, of Florida, is tendered their time nnd services in tho Lida E dmiston were united in marriage ty, were iiiRrried Wednesday morning at .Mr. Thomas Cox, thiacoun-ty- . visiting friends here thl8weck. Mr. Lo interest of the democratic party between by Rev. II. B. Mahony. There we-- e no tlio homo of Mr. Kinculd was formerly a citizen gan Denny, of Danville, aud Mis Ame- now and the election, in the county of attendants nnd after an elegant repast lia Pearson, of I tarrodshurg, were here Liurel, and the following appointments had been served and enjoyed, the cou of this pluce. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. B. have been made for them: BernHtadt ple left for a visit to Louisville and other Mrs. Knto (ilovannoll diwl riiursday Wednesday. . - Marksbury have returned from colony Saturday, Oct. 22; Bush's Store, pciitfl. The bride ia both handsome morning at 3 o'clock, after a Ions Mr. Will F.lkin left Tuesday fei Monday, Oct, woman and Pittsburg Tuesday nud attractive nnd the groom, who is n nesj. Who was an excellent H Mrs. Clara Boazley has re- night, , will he tilled by the oandidato good physician and a clever gentlefriends, who iltwnly bviiij- - Atlanta. 'left many ' thixe with her surviving children, all of turned from N'idiolasville. Miss Minnie for Corigre4, J. R. HindniHU. Katt man, is to ho congratulated on winning Rocker, of Paint Lick, is visiting Miss Bernstadt, Wednesday night, 20"; Hazel her. May their honeymoon last as long whom are grown. Miss Myrtiu A. Omnplwll and Mr. Fannie Shugars. MIhh ISIIen Owsley has Patch, Fridiy, 2S; London, Saturday, 20; as their lives. A New York paper announces the Iarkiu Downey ware marriwl in th returned from a visit to Danville. Mrs. Camp Ground, Monday, ill; McWhorter, .We arc making. clerk's olllee Thuniday innrnliiK bv U v. Clayton Anders on has returned from a Friday, Nov. 1. marriage of Sidney Ottenheimer, pon of W. Lynch, of thu Baptist ohurcb. The vieit to her daughter, Mrs John Bnugh-maMr. J. Ottenheimer, to Miss Helen J. J. libert y7 casIIyToWtv. at Richmond. Rev. J. R. Tercy is Loderman, of that city, after which they principals belong ne.ir Faulconor's staattending tho Masonic Grand Idgt at MitH Bertha Flliott's school bra left for an extensive bridal tour of the tion, this county. West. There was a double .wedding, a Jim Wlteon, who sprlukles the Louisville, this week. Mr. Will Marrs closed. County oRiididata; are hustling sister of the bride, Miss Sarali Lederman, streets of Danville, is the btMt judge of has gone on his regular trip through the being married at the same time to Mr. loin in tlio United States. It is no use South for a Cincinnati boot and shoo around. George K. Stone has gone. to Frank- - B. F. Kohler. The brides are sisters of to fool him with inferior brands House. Mr. Kph Brown has accepted a to try OF the Lederman Bros , prominent tobaclie can tell n genuine nrticlo from an position in the dry goods store of Mr. J. fort on professional business G. Sweeney. Mm Lixiio Simpson, of License was issued on the 15th to conists. The handsome residence was Imitation nt n glance. Mrs. Mary Dudley, for a numbor of Marksbury, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Win, Ros'aio marry Miss Mary M. Lynn. beautified by a tasteful display of flow-e- ra Mr. Jc.mu Rout, of I). Institute, Uriah Simpson. years matron of the D. Tho booths and ballot boxes for and rare plants. Seductive music nml (?nl. Itnrnam. n wealthy citizen of Stanford, spent Sunday here. Casey county voting purposes have was furnished by an excellent orchestra, aud dancing was indulged in till the wee been received. Waco, Texas, and who u'so has a hand CHURCH AFFAIRS. Tho fall term of thu Casey Quarter- sma' hours. Delmouico furnished the some estat in Tennessee, will lie marThe now Baptist etiurch at Oynthi-an- a ly Court convened on Monday, but collation. ried hero next Wednesday. SHOES THIS SEASON. days will be dedicated Sunday, Oct. ."Oth. nothing of importance on hands. Tho Mack Kubanks nnd Miss Mary, the It has been rumored for several that n student of the Theological Semin- Rev. Dr. Kerfoot,. of Louisville, will court of claims meets on next Monday. pretty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mrs. Rhoda Gibbins, who was in her Hubble, of the Hubble vicinity, were, ary had concluded to abandon his pst preach the sermon. Kid. Martin Owens, of Rockcastle, SOtii year, died at the residence of her married Wedni aday at high noon at the religious beliefs and become an evangel-iit- , holding the views of Uev. George O. will begin a protracted meeting at ML Mr. John Moore, near this bride's home by Elder J. (J. Montgome Preaching at 11 place, on last Thursday evening, and ry, roraloug tune tnis nappy pair Darnes. Investigation proves thatwhile Mori nl), there is something in thu rumor, tho and 7 except on Saturday, when it will be was buried at this place Friday evening, have known and loved each other and it young man has not dellnitely Bottled on nt 2 p. m. a large number of relatives and friends seemed from their first courtship that in Orthodox Christians aro being kept following the remains to the grave. Mrs. the eternal fitness of things they should the coursu indicated. Drs. Monfort and Klncnid were so busy disciplining heterodox Chris- Gibbins was a good old woman and was become husband and wife. The bride is driving np Main street Tuesday morn- tians that there is nobody with leisure to loved and respected by everybody. She a lady of culture and accomplishments ing when their horse balked and would go out in the highways and byways to survived her husband, Mr. George B. and the groom is joung man of good not go at all, either by persuasion or per bring in the sinners. Louisville Times. Gibbins, about bovcii years. For 41 morals and splendid business qualificas preachers, the con- years she was a' faithful member of the tions. After, the ceremony the Tho application of tho whip. Then Ike who happened to pnss by. took up a gressional hypocrites and tjiu Chicago Baptist church. The funeral services ade couple drove to Danville, where have won a great victory. were conducted by Rev. X. O. Hamlin. they took the train for Rochester, 111 , to handful of limestone dust from the street and put it in tho horse's mouth. Thu World's Fair will be closed and the Three sons and one daughter survive visit his sister. The medicine acted nt unco and tho no- Chicago doggeries run wide open on her. Her daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth and Mr. H. II. Danks and Miss Alpha for ble steed moved on as though that was Sundays. lxuis ille Times. Moore, lives near this place. Two of Tyree were tnarrio iu the Gibson Houeo Writing from Paris, Rev. W. K. Ar nor sons, George A., and William Gib- parlors. Cincinnati, Tuesday, at high Cantor) cures Colic, what he wanted to do all the time. "Caatorla Is so well adapUsl to children that Sour Stomach, Diarrho-n-Constipation, Kructatlon, Sheriff Westortleld, of Clay county. nold asks to state in this issue of the I. bins, live in Knoxville, Tenn.; James noon, Kev. Johnson Myers, of thatjeity I recommend It aa uierior to any prescripUon KUls Worm, glc4 blwp, and prxyuotea dlA. Arctic R, M. I)., Ion, pest with powers of attorney from good J. that ttie protracted meeting announc- Gibbins resides in Illinuis. All are of olliciating. The couple left here Tues- known to mo." II. Without injurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, K, T. bondsmen, came and signed George ed to begin at the Methodist church on the highcv t respectability. 3:15, accompanied by day morning at Tub Ccvtadr Compint, 77 Murray Street, V. Tf Woods' bond Tuesday morning, when next Sunday has been postponed on ac Mr. J. 3. Wells, whoactodas "best man" VERNON," ROUKCASTLE COUNTY. MT. count of the inability of Rev. J. R. Deer the latter was released from jail ami on the occasion. There was no opposint once for his home in Clay, in iug to assist in the work at that time. Gov. J. B. McCreary will speak here tion on tho part of the bride's mothei, company with tho aheritf. Wood it will The mooting will be held iu November, Monday, Oct. 21th and Gov. Buckner but the novelty of tho thing caused be remembered was jointly indicted with beginning about tho 20th. J.N.MENEFK them to desire to elope. The love affair A. C SINE Wednesday, 2tith. Rev. A.J. Pike writes from BrodPomp Bates for killing George Wells, at between the happy pair began several A Woman's Politics. She lover the years ago when Mr. Danks was in the Junction City. Pomp, it will also bo head: I closed an S days' meeting with remembered, died in jail about a week Freedom church, in Rockcastlu county, breakfast table) What's tho news? employ of Mr. W. 11. McKoberts. .Mr. on the 17th. It was the most prosperous Ho Well, Stevenson is nominated. Danks knew nothowstrong his lovo was Mr. II. K. Samuel, having about and delightful meeting we have had at She Whv I thought Cleveland is and determined to go to Philadelphia. gone to wound up his business here, has our church for many years. The results nominated. Ho did so, but the thought of his Kenlxuiisvillo where Ids two Bons, Dr. F. W. iu additions were ;U -- 20 confessions, Ho Well, so ho is, my dear; but tucky sweetheart haunted him, and afSamuel and Mr, J. J. Samuel reside. Mr. 2S of which were baptized, one restored, StoveuEon is for vice president, you ter n year's sojourn he camo hack to his Samuel came to Danville early in lStU one by letter and ouo approved for bap- know. first love and bought out Mr. McKobfrom Arkansas and coon afterward tism. Bro. James MoP hcrson camo to She I thought Reid was for erts' jewelry business, which he is now S. Office bought tho drug business of Capt. A. our assistance ami preached five serconducting and which ho has greatly inMcGrorty, which ho successfully con- mons. The church was much revived He Yes, but Keid is a republican, creased. Mr. Danks is a lino young ducted utitil last December, when he and the community was deeply stirred and there must he ademociatie nominee, man, industrious and an adept in his .sold out to Capt. K. W. Lillard, of Lan- and we all feel that a permanent imtoo. line, and as the saying goes, "will alcaster. His wife, who died about two pulse has been given to the cause of Oh, yt's; well, I'm a democrat. She ways keep meal in the barrel." Miss years ago, was Miss Mary T. Warren, a truth and consecrated christian living. Ho -- Then you'll vote for Cleveland Alpha, or rather Mrs. Danks, is an ex(Late Alexander's Hotel.) of Stanford. sister of Hon. It. 0. Warren, The Holy Spirit usod the messages of and Stevenson. cellent young lady, vivacious and acShe No, I won't. I donVkuow any- complished. She Is the youngest daughNO SUNBKT KOll FlVB DAYS. At tllO truth to convince men and women of Rates $2.50 Per Day. head of the Gulf of Bothnia there is a sin. Wo feel that we have great reason thing about Stevenson. I'll vote for ter of Mrs. N. A. Tyree, of this place, of which tho to thank God for his goodness and the Cleveland and Keid. Xevv York Ad- and no young lady iu tiiis section has Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housmountain on the summit Bunflhinea perpetually during the ilye salvation of souls. Freedom is my home vertiser. the pleasure of possessing a larger circle of June 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23. liv- church nnd I have been preaching there of friends. May their lives be qne perdays : W. R. LOGAN, A lady once said to John Wesley: "If A. VV. Tones. I. I. Sullivan, ery six hours during this season of con- ns pastor for eight years and on last Satur- you knew that you would die at 12 petual ray of sunshine, undisturbed- by Manager. clerks. J. J. Marshall, tinual Bunshino a steamer leaves Stock- day theyolected me unanimously for tho o'clock night, how would you even the smallest souiblsnce of a cloud, holm crowded with visitors anxious to next year. During the last year we have spend tin iuterveniut; time? "Why," is the wish of their friend, the I.ntkiuok witness the phenomenon. At the aamo erected us a new house of worship, so was his answer, "just as 1 intend to Jouknal, which showers its blessings e place during winter tho tmu disappears we pray God's blessings upon our peo- spend it. I Bhould preach at upon them. After the ceremony Mr. nnd iu not aeon for weeks; then it comes ple during the year to come. morn- and Mrs. Danks, accompanied by Mr. Glouchester and again Wells, drove over tho city and on tho Jo sight again for 10, 13 or 20 minutes, There were 400 cattle on the Ciuorne-tow- n ing. After that I would ride to Tcwea-burfinext day were elegantly dinod by Mr. gradually lengthening its stay until preach in tho afternoon and meet market Monday and were mostly Mrs. Gebhardt, friends of the groom. nally it stays in sight continuously for Bold, feeders bringing 2.85 to li; year tho society in the evening. 1 Bhould and Wednesday evening the newlv made upward of 120 hours to friend Martin's house, as On m m lings 2 to lUO. thou repair la Receiving His Uucklln'eArnlcn, Salvo. Knglewood, a suburb r. Chicago, he expects to entertain mo; converse, nair left for Chicago and other points, world lor The be.t Mlve in the autTered a $100,000 tire. A woman was kill pray with tho family, retire to my room soro, ulcer., lt rheuiu, fever .ore allikln erup " third-atorpedhand.. chllb Uim, corni nd no to es- at 10 o'clock, commend myself to my tequu ed by jumping from a or P tion. and ..lively cure. pllcf,perleet latitlacuca, cape the Humes and a man's body was Heavenly Father, lie down to sleep and where tboy will be greeted and congra- tjruaranteed to jrivv ed It it Goods Warranted and a Perleet Fit Guaranteed. Give me cal'. ulated by their leglou of friends. or' money refunded. tjce aj cent, per bo. found roasted in thu ruins. awake iu glory." Stanford. Ky. ' STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY.. Twenty-neven rcu-lve- love-sic- k ' Stanford Female. College. Fall Session Tuesday, September public-spirite- A. R. PENNY. DRUGGIST AND JEWELER Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. W&TCBCES, work-hous- e 1!- Kn-on- - Toilet Articles Glass, Books, CLOCKS & OTSWEDCHX Estus-Edmisto- .v. Dan-villo- 111- Perry-ville- ; 2-- A sS PECIA1.TY LADIESs CHILDREN M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. son-in-la- Ad-lo- r, back-wood- newly-m- bar-keepe- rs I if:Vi it Infants rH Children. . 1 - do-part- SINE & MENEFEE, Proprietors of The STANFORD LUMBER YARD, and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. TT-- T WILLARD. e, SMMMMM Louisville, Ky. H.6.RUPLEY,-- ."'. '" -- y r ?fa V,S SSLSK For ale by A R. Pnv, fAlilL wintiem gdbs ir'.. tfttotltlw , 1; i ,- - r vw i bva friend, who loved her devotedly iu the States, and that where sovereignty ocean. parted before they had time to do each lffe. Our new line of odged there was liberty; that the Union much harm. Many hearts are aching because LizAll the cities will celebrate Columbus other lie large ueaut nuo m urniug was a Union of individuals and those inJ Cflrlr ,y,nj! out n luu ceniolerVi but Chicago Is the point to dividuals were the States States united day from typhoid indicates either bad watu J w,en UuJ thom;ht of ull tho 01)r) but not consolidated; that paternalism which general interest is directed. Most or some other dangerous condition of oneiv ,irty8 in wilici, there is no sight of in irovernment is but another namo for of the cabinet officers and many distin- things. The statistics show 1,400 deaths ,ur pIt.nsant faW nor BOUm, of her chur. imperialism, and that imperialism in a guished men are there, while the city is from typhoid per million of inhabitants' fy voUw nof touch of her 8vmpathotil. full of common, every day people. The Republic is uot only n paradox, but is of in Chicago, against 140 in London, hand, thrusts ltwlf upon us, it is well when necessity destructive of free institutions. buildings will be dedicated in Xew York, o3o in Boston. nigli past endurance. But we have a Coal Hods, Vases, Pokers, ShovrU. Kitchen Sets, Zincs, Russia Mr. Winchester was equally felicitious our own Henry Watterson will fay A Cincinnati engraver is making blessed memory left; i memory of as Iron Pipe, ect of the impolicy of something worth listening to. in his demonstration stencils foruso in marking ballots that bright and pure a spirit as ever blessed protection and in his proof that tho wag Lt. Gov. Alford is "acting governor will make a V initead of an X. Tho re- a home or adorned the earth, for if any es of labor are never increased by pro- for the first time, them Go. Brown having publicans will attempt to introduce demo woman ever filled her niche in the tective enactments. A tarifl for revenue gone to umcago. in some districts, thus rendering world Lizzie Carter did. She was tho Is earn that a numit only meant simply taxation for the needs ber of conspirators are trying to get cer- cratic ballots illegal. Election othcers eldest child and accepted the responsiof government, aud not to pamper a fatain bills through and have him approve should be on the watch for them. bilities of that position gracefully, thinkvorite of the government. Free trade them in the governor's Iu Kansas IS independent republi- ing ami working and planning always absence, but it is was perfectly consistent with a tariff for not likely he will be caught in such a can newspapers have como out equarely for tho Buccess of her home, being her revenue, hree traue uoea not mean a trap. n in favor of the democratic-allianc- e sympathizing confidential, mother's destruction wholly of custom duties, but disgust of the friend, her father's best help in the tickets, much to the means only such a commercial interTub house to house plan of holding a republican leaders in that State, who thiugs nearest his heart, the loving, tencourse as gives the maximum of facili- primary election was a signal failue in failed in their effort to organize an assoder, watchful comrade of the younger ties for reciprocal exchange, and in the Louisville. There are more charges of ciation of republicon newspapers. brothers and sisters, and to tho guests at least degree attempts to make a fiscal fraud than could be possible under the President Elliott, of Harvard, re- her home she gave a hearty welcome, system the means of stimulating domes- old system. fused to allow any college political club untiring efforts for their entertainment tic industries by protective enactment. to play Marching Through Georgia" or and the best her home afforded . NEWSV NOTES. We cannot undertake even a synopsis of kindred tunes as rallies in Sanders' The The was a true, genuine and thoughtthis excellent speech. To say that it was He says bucIi music is not digni- ful friend and in every social circle where tt atre. Mitchell, tin pugilist, will fight scholarly, polished and statesmanliko is in this country during the month of fied and students should conduct their she went Lizzie Carter was the life and not going beyond the measure of praise May. meetings on a more educational basis. centre, because of her thought and care it deserves. He who thinks that the Tannnanv nominated Thomas I for everybody's pleasure and comfort, new bonds issued by Tennessee The people are not pleased when they are are hard to dispose of, owing to th e late Gilroy for Mayor of New York City. Mr. and because of her bright, cherry, alert occasionally lifted by a public speaker mining troubles. Gilroy is the present Commissioner of spirit. Even in her sulfemigs she forgot above the common level is egregiously TheQ &G. will. drop the United Public Works, and his nomination is re- nothing that was for the pleasure of mistaken. States Express after Jan. 1 and be Berved garded as tho strongest that could have those about her and her first thought been made. It is predicted that his was for them. EVERY LINE NOW COMPLETE There will be no president or ex by the Southern. to tho national Harry Stevens, a Lexing- name will add 5,000 votes She was not content to be idle, but president at the Chicago celebration. ticket. Owing to the illness of his wife Presi- ton barber, has skipped, leaving his wife Five hundred Swedes were made used her talents in all ways she coul d, and many unpaid bills. dent Harrison has delegated American citizens in a bunch at Hock- - working with eager, hopefulnefs for sucof teachManager Chapman, of tho Louisville ford, 111. Headed by a band and tho cess in her Morton to represent him and with base ball clu realized $900 out of the stars and stripes, and each wearing a ing music. Her active, alert spirit was for the propriehis accustomed regard ties, Mr. Cleveland has declined to at- benefit game given him. small American flag on his breast they in touch with all that was good, all that wfmj mm.imkd m TLJ At Maiden, Mass. James Keating, a marched through tho streets to the was for the advancement of every right tend, as he is unwilling "to take political advantage of the opportunity in tho lineman, while at work on a pole was inwhere they took out their cause. She was a genuine, earnest, stantly killed by the electric current naturalization papers. working Christian, having accepted the sad sickness that keeps President Harripassing through his body. Chicago." on tbe teaching of Christ aud the help of his son away from John Thompson, a brakeman An organized gang of kidnapers in Procter Coal railroad, Jellico, fell be- - disciples when very young 'and; she The U. S. Supreme Court has affirmed Austrian Galicia has been supplying tween tho cars while making a coupling grew and strengthened in the way of the judgment of the Michigan court up- Turkish harems with girls. The Austri- and was run over and instantly killed. right living, preaching that most effecholding the constitutionality of the law an Embassy has released 00. He leaves a large family dependent on tive of sermons, an upright life. providing for the election of presidential Xew York and Chicago are now charity. Julius Love, a miner at tho in all her illness she wis so patient, electors by congressional districts. This connected uy telephone ami conversa- Proeinr mines, was caught by a fall of so uncomplaining, always thinking for makes the democrats pretty certain of tions are distinctly heard over the line, Blate others. But she was so anxious to get and inBtantly killed. six votes from that State, which has al- which is the longest in the world, president of the Colored Demo- well to go on with the work that was The ways cast its vote solidly for republican The Vermont Legislature elected cratic State League, of New York, esti- pressing on her heart and mind, to do Dealers'In electors. Everything seems to be going Senator Redfield Proctor to fill the unexour mates that Now York will give Cleve- her part of the world's work, that our way this time. pired term of Senator Edmunds and for land and Stevenson 125,000 majority. In hearts break with pity that it could not the full term beginning next March. a telegram to tho negro. Tariff Reform be so. Vet the pity is all for those that conversation with Hon. Boyd Whitelaw Reid has issued his letter Convention at Indianapolis lie says: are left and not for her. It is not poor Winchester, he expressed himself as of acceptance. It is a lengthy epistle AND "Make your denunciation of the infa- L'zzio it is rich, happy Lizzie for she perfectly satisfied with the political out- filled with attempts to belittle tho will not be idle, but she can work withForce emphatic." look. He says this is a campaign of ar- bill issue and praises of protective tariff. mous force bill Mrs. Dr. Louis Krazee.of Richmond, out hindrance from human limitations, gument, with the argument largely in The only regret Septimus Hamilton, child after without fear of bjing misunderstood or our favor as witness the accession of so an aged Harrison county farmer had in has given birth to her first cirQucensware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner 18 years. She has suffer- being hampered by 'the high wull of many noted republicans to the ranks of dying was that he would be deprived of being married is about all things mor- Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. an ovarian cumstances that democracy. It is in the air that Cleve- tho blessed privilege of voting for Cleve ed during the period with tal. tumor. Several months ago a promi"Hut believe that God is ovtrliead; land and Stevenson will be elected. and Steve. nent surgeon from Cincinnati performed it to the dead." At life I to tho livlns, 0 Robert Oberuesser, the ovariotomy, extracting botli organs. Tuk republicans are claiming West Hon. Silas Adams baa resigned his Virginia again with their usual pretend- Newport thief, became involved in a There are but six similar cases repoited quarrel with a couple of Canton, Ohio, in medical history. seat in the Legislature, satisfied that he leaded confidence, but thed emocratic It is said Tammany proposes to nom- has a cinch on a seat in Congress. His ers will show them that they have reckon- toughs, at the latter place, and fatally inate Gen. Sickles for Congress in the successor will he elected Nov. 8. ed withouttheir host, They say the State shot both of them. A dispatch from Middlesboro says 12th Wheelbarrows, Cross Cut Saws, Fencing Wire and Staples, Haling Unable to get a quorum warrants t New York district, in order to is safely democratic, but they will relax the Watts Steel and Iron Syndicate has tongue still in the of arrest were issued for 50 members of Wire, Horse Shoes and Nice Toilet, Chamber and Dinner Sets. him and keep his no eilort and are preparing to make some startling disclosures of rascally republi- resumed work upon its plant. Ten present campaign. Democrats outside the Legislature who failed to respond to bricklayers, 20 masons and 30 laborers, of New York hope that this is untrue. roll call. Our member is on tho list. can schemes in a few days. 00 in all, are now at work. Bishop John M. Brown, of the AfThey will regret to see such a price paid The Southern Land and ImproveRussellville Ledger is now edited rican M. E. Church, issued an open letTub to keep a harmless old blatherskite from Always on hand, All goods sold by Thomas A. Frazer and is under the ment Company, which bought the ranting about Mr. Cleveland. Gen. ter from Nashville appealing to tho memmanagement of S. W. Linebaugh. It is property of the Pine Mountain Compa- Sickles can not hurt the democracy. Let bers of his cliurch to either vote for pretty hard to step into Walter Emer- ny, at Pineville, has leased its land to him talk to his heart's content. Two G rover Cleveland or stay away from the son's shoes and fill them, but Bro. Era- the Central Appalachian Company. The years' service in Congress will be an polls. He Bays his race has nothing to Or taken back. Goods promptly delivered. ser seems to bo as much equal to the oc- first year's rental is $25,000 and it is to awful price to pay for his silence for the hope for by continuing to vote tho reincrease .,000 per year until doubled., coming three weeks. publican ticket. casion as the next man. to-da- y, j DEATH'S DOINGS. of Auditor Norman's refusal The marriage of Hon. Chas. Oflutt, of tho World's formerly speaker of tho Kentucky Legto permit tho payment Mr. Benjamiu Givcns died suddenly Fair appropriation, the Louisville) Times, islature, but now of Omaha, Nebraska, at his home near Mt. Salem, Tuesday, with its accustomed enterprise, hns ttirt-o- l to Miss Bertha Yost, of that city, is aged S2. He had gone out to give some n private subscription list to rni.o tho - OcronEU 21. 1892 Stanford, Ky., and was taken The republican campaign fuud is orders to his farm hands amount. It heads the list with toOO aud very ill. Ho was carried to his house, subscribes the same without limit. Robert Hall, democrat, not far away and died in five minutes. tho Courier-Journa- l importance, of tho State of Rush county, Ind., was offered by a Mr. sum. Tiio Givens had not comnlainod until being properly represented at tho fair republican f 10, a new suit of clothes and about 30 minutes before breath left his -- Atcan not bo overestimated, and in order to a valiso if ho would remain away from body aud his family anil friends arc at a ' do it the money must be available at tho polls. Six thousand people saw the base loss to know what his trouble was. Mr. once. There is no doubt that the apball game at Cleveland between Cleve- Givens was a splendid old gentleman, a propriation will dually be paid when Neither club scored christian and an excellent neighbor. the subscriptions will he returned. Ev- land and Boston. the gimo was His wife preceded him to tho grave Reduced prices in commemoration of the Discovery of America. erybody willing to aid in the groat en- and at the llth inning DEMOCRATIC TICKET- about flue years and since that time ho Stanford shall be in the swim. of darkness. called on account Columbus shall be recognized and to terprise is requested to communicate citi- and his two unmarried daughters have do this we will devote For PreIdent, Ssmuel Reedor, a the entire week to with the Times at once. GROVER CLEVELAND. zen of Louisville, plunged headlong been tho sole members of his household. steps and dashed He leaves besides tho two daughters CiiAHLia was fined 100 and sen- from tho court-hous- e Suit. For to, a son, J. I. Givens, of Texas, tenced to jail for 30 days for drawing a his brains out. It is not known wheth-er- it ADLAI E. STEVENSON. ami Mrs I. A. Williams, of McKinney. was an accident or suicide. pistol on J. B.Treacy, at Lexington, who Of Clothes, a Cloak, a fine Dress, pair of Shoes, some nice UnderFor Congress, The negro league organized in Bour- Mr. Givens was a member of tho Presby- wear, a nice pair ol Hoots, a nice Hat, a nice was also fined $30 for assault. Tho latOvercoat at a less price JAMES B. McORBARY. ter paid his money down, but tho other bon county by tho white republicans terian church for years hud the cliurch, than can be bought at any retail house in the oountry. Mere is some loses a man of course took mi appeal. By tho now numbers over 1,000, and add to this as well as the county at large, For Circuit Judge, of the prices we celebrate: A way wo have not heard that tho county tho 450 white republicans gives them a most estimable cltizm. His remains SAUPLBY, MIOAH O. were interred in the .McKinney ceme- S3. 5 Cloak for,$2. 50, judgo has been lined and jailed fordraw-iu- g vote of 2,350, says the Kentuckian. &. So Cloak for 43.00, $7.00 Cloak for S5.00, For Common wealth' i Attorney. festivities at Charles- tery at ') o'clock Wednesday afternoo n, 2.00 Shoe a pistol on Editor Roberts. In this The Columbian :.so, 2.50 Shoe ' 1.75, .J.ooShoc 3.00, JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR. free country there should bo no priviton, S. O., will include a reproduction in after short service at tho grave by Rev. 2. rjo Hoot t.50, 4.50 Hoot 3.50, 7.50 Overcoat 5.00, W. W. Bruce. leged class. A judge who violates the the harbor of the assault on M. Sum-toThe death ol Miss Lizzie K , elJest ,1MA !)2,? Lad,cs' Shoe for 51.50; and a $1.25 Child's Shoe for 75c. in April, ISM. by tho Federal fieet. Beyond peradventure one of the fin- law should suffer for it worse than a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Car- 1 his is the way our sales shall run through the entire stock for this est political addresses ever made to the man who is not supposed to be so well Tho white squadron will participate. At Leadville, Col., Herman Truman, ter, which occurred at their homo Mon- week. All wc give is low prices and good goods. Come and help people of Central Kentucky was mat de- posted on its penalties. Court-Hous- e aged 18, attempted to kill his paronts, day night, of typhoid fever, is another us celebrate. at Stanford livered in the EniTon D. E. Caldwell, after a long brother and sister Ibv exploding 200 of the many evidences of tho uncertainon laBt Tuesday by tho Hon. Boyd WinHUG-HES- . illness of liver trouble, died at Lexing- pounds of giant powder in a Binall mino ty of life that have huen pressed on our chester. As a philosophical diFsertation ton, Tuesday. He had been in the news- near by. Two houses were wrecked. , attention this year. A few weeks ago tho upon the nature and object of civil govpaper business tho greater part of his tin earth has Replying to the threats of the Ccr- - picture of health, ernment, it could not easily be excelled. life of half a century and was very suc- tral Labor Union of New ork, Gov. closed upon her mortal remains forever The exceeding clearness with which ho cessful in it. He came to Lexington Flower says ho is not to bo bulldozed a id left parents, brothers, sibteM and stated thp difference between the Hnmil- views of gov- from Georgia and bought tho Transcript just before election, or at any other time, friends to shed tho bitter tear of so:row tonian and tho Jeffersonian Is now ready for everybody with a full line of ago, but sold it in August, in the discharge of his ollicial obliga- - for her loss. It is sad indeed for one so ernment, the inexorable necessity for several years physician said he never would 11UMB. young to die just when lifo was opening two, and only two, political parties, when his George W. Grunt and Mrs. Emma with so much promise, hut her nearest be able to attend to it again. He leaves founded upon and crowing out of these wife and one daughter, who have the DeWitt, liuisvillo society people and loved ones arn christians aud can find two views, antagonistic and uncompro- a JiWTTi7 Ladies' and Misses Cloaks, sincere sympathy of tho members of the both married, are under arrest for adul- whatever consolation there is in believmising, was admirable and not the least tery, preferred by the landlady who in- ing that Ho doeth all things well. A newspaper'fraternity. instructive feature of the address. Hamnocently took them to board as brot her very large assembly of friends attended was strongly wedded to imperial ilton Mrs. Lease, Gen. Weaver's running and sister. the burial and there was scarcely a dry power. He endeavored to impress his mate, solemnly asserts that she has not Shoes of all kinds. Full stock of Hoots for Men, Hoys and Chil Tho steamer Bokhara, reported long eye as the minister, Rev. W. L. Wilinterpretation of the constitution upon been bribed by the republicans to give overdue at Hong Kong, was found a toCall and examine our goods and get prices. - dren. the country and founded tho old federal up the cause of the people's party, but tal waeck on Sand Island, in tho China liams, spoke the last words before eoniiigncsi marker prices paid for Lggs, Hotter, Gensang and Dried party which taught the doctrine of con- will stick to it to the bitter end. The Srfa. Over 100 of tho crew and oilicers signing her body to the tomb. We sinFruit. centralized power. The election of either Cleveland or Harrison, includiug the commander, were lost, but cerely syuiDithize w ith the grief-stricksolidation and family, as well as her associates in in its advo- she would regard as a public calamity. 3t were saved. 12. republican party of the faculty of Christian College, Huston-villo- , cacy of a protective tariff aud the force One of them is suro to bo elected, howTheodore The long enmity between in which she held the position of bill, only follows tho teaching of its pro- ever, ana Mrs. Loase's efforts to prevent Hallam and Senator Goebel, growing out music teacher. Appended is n touching sover- it will hardly reach to tho height of genitor. Jeflerson taught that th e of politics, culminated in a fight at Cov- tribute to tho memory of tho deceased eignty could exist alone in its source, old woman's performance with the ington Tuesday, but thotieligerents were Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal Is view GreatGelebratioii W. P. WALTON, SIX : PAGES. EVERY PBIDAY. The New Cash Store. ETice well-know- n VIce-rreiiJt- Giving to Each Customs a Suit " " r, J. S. to-d- ay W0 lEDo PEMKINS Staple Dry Goods and Dress Goods, Clothing- for Men, Boys and Children, en to-da- W. PI2RKINS, Crab Orchard. CALL AND SEE HEATING 2-- 0; to-da- JTOVJE&, B. K. & W. H. WEAKEN. fiu-io- TO THE CEILING WITH Cor-be- NEW GOODS I well-know- IS n Vice-Preside- beloved-professio- n court-hous- e, coke JRJNnD smut &IUViaMANOTJ ,& HdJMo FARRIS & HARDIN, HAMDWABE STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, 1 de-lt- well-kno- EBAB o ui-e- Fresh Stock of GROCERIES GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED, MoSHTNEY BROS. H 1, : St Ik 4 6'emi-Week- ly Interior Journal! TEE SEXTON'S Opon Gravo. STORY. BfANFORD, KY., - OCTOIlEK'it, 1892 Many Memories Rooallod Bosldo an For soma time had hcnnl the ominous muttering of the distant thunder, but had been ro nbsorbed with the beittitics of Utu scenery that I had not ronlized tho fast approaching shower till tho first rcat drops which herald tho coming tempest pattered around me, now and then ono striking mo and yotntf through my thin summer coat. I looked up and saw Unit I was just passing the gate of a country cemetery, and a short distance from the gate I espied a clump of trees, under which 1 thought I might find temporary shelter from tho dash of rain that I know would soon be upon me. Passing through the gate, I went up tho pathway n short distance nud discovered a rustic liouso in tho center of tJte group of trees which 1 had seen from tho road. I started toward this house, when a Hash of lightning nearly blinded me. When I recovered from tho shock, tho clouds had gathered so thickly that 1 peered into tlurkuess as I approached the rustic house. As I was entering tho door an apparent apparition arose before me, and I started back at the sight of an old man, all in white, with s a long, leard and hollow eyes, who looked as If he might be a tenant of one of the old graves near by. ISut welcome from him, uttered in n very pleasant voice, reassured me, und I entered just as tho shower burst In all its fury. As took a seat boside the old man, ho said: "Rather a dismal place to be caught in a thunder shower, isn't it?" "Well, yes," answered. "It Is so. am glad I hare company, lint ho.w happened you to be horo at this time, if I may ask?" "Why, certainly yon may ask such n quustlou. I am here to prepare a place for one of my tonanU. You see have been M.tton of Uuh cemetery for forty years, und I haw come to look upon all th InutnUH us my tenants." 1 looked a little way from whoro wo sat, and tho pile of fresh earth indicated tho place where he had made preparation for the new tentuit. Another blinding Hash of lightning made me involuntarily slsrt. and as the poal of thunder which followed died away f'ssld: "Forty years' that's n long lluie. I suppose you oould tell some IntcriMtlng storios from your cxperlonco hers?" 'Yes." answered tho old mix ton; "If I had the faculty of could Und enough U make many stories." "Whose grave are you making ready now?" I querle4l. "Mrs. Treseotfs," ho said, In n musing manner, anil asked: "And who might Mrs. Trcsentt bo?" The old sexton sat in a study for moment, and thon replied: "Who Was Mrs. Trcscott? Well. I'll have to begin at the beginning. Sixty yean ago Thomas and Robert enme to this town from England. The two men wero brothers nnd had married sisters. Thomas, the eldest, was a widower with one daughter, three years of age. Robert's wife was an Invalid, and their family consisted of n son, also three years old. "These two brothers built those two houses that you can get a gllmpso of over the tops of the trees yonder. The houses stand side by side, and in the rear between the two stands a gardener's house, where lived Richard Tres-eott- , a gardener whom the Ivdmunds I) rot ho r had brought with them from F.ugland. Richard Trescott's wife was a thorough lady, and they had one son, Richard, .lr., four years of age. "The two brothers built tho large woolen mill which you passeTl just here, and for many years tho business went on. The brothers intended that Kdward and Alice should wed at an early atre. and the property thus be kept in tho famllj. "Richard Trcscott had been gardener for the family for many years in England, and had succeeded his father, and so he hud grown up with tho brothers. It was only natural, therefore, that little Richard should bo the playmate of Edward and Alice. "All was well for several years, but when the cousins wero twelve or thirteen years of age a slight trouble commenced. Edward had a hasty temper and an orerliearing disposition, and so. on account of his superior standing and the knowledge that Alice was his intended wife, n jealousy was aroused by the strong friendship between Alice and Richard, und this jeulousy had fresnow-whiU11 1 1 1 1 story-tollin- g 1 1 11 Kd-munlie-lo- w ( B.O.WAr.TON,BU8.MQtiaK6r FOB, H.E1TT. A mile : SPLENDID : FAItltl, Known m the J. I) Carpenter place, altuated )f from Huitonville. on the Middlcbiirir plkr. Tho place u well improved anil In a heallhlul locality. For prti ulara, addreat 56 imeot nio Olive Street, Kantai Uty, Mo. ..,..., TABLEP. IJ SD E BUGKEYIPI ai mMfi imwn ft ILL QINTMENT1 CURES KOTHJIIG BUT PILES. A frtftrtj SURE and known for 10 years as tho DEST REMEDY FOR PILES. LOUIS. 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KICK. Agent, ijUnfsrd, Ky. Or WWW PF.NN, Pan Agent, Junction CtY. Ky point. Tr. path ran up through the of liquor. cemetery, whero that driveway Is, and this made a short route from tho village below to tho Edmunds mnnslona on the hill. This path Edward used to travel when returning from the village, birthday "An Alice's twenty-firs- t drew near Edward became anxious for the wedding, and It was said that when partially intoxicated ho urged Alico to set tho wedding day a year sooner, and made himself so obnoxious that it was only her promise to her dead father that prevented a positive rejection. "At length the tlmo drew near for tho Important event. Just a week before Alice's birthday I had dug that grave by tho sldo of tho path "where that tall monument stands. I finished the digging just before night, for the burial was to take place early tho next forenoon. "During tho night we had a heavy thunder shower, and In tho morning when I came down everything looked unusually bright in the clear, morning sunlight I came up the path and started back In astonishment to sco a man lying In tho bottom of the grave. On closo examination it proved to be Edwaid dead, lie had probably wandered nsido from the path In tho dark-nosaud, falling, his head had struck the opposito side of the grave, breaking his neck. "I hurried down to tho village for help; and there I found great exciteSquiro Edmund's ment prevailing. mansion had been struck by lightning the night before, nnd both tho old gentleman and his invalid wife had been killed. One chimney was demolished and the end of tho mansion badly shattered, but no fire wa3 discovered. "Wo carried Edward home, and the thrco bodies lay lu state till the day of tho funeral, when all were buried in the lot over there on the liilL "At the funeral Alice was accomyoung man panied by a who was a strangor to all the townspeople. Many conjectures were made as to who this stranger might be, especially ns he rode homo with Alico In the Edmunds carriage. "The next day after the funeral Alice received a note from the lawyer summoning her to call at his ofllce. " 'Good morning, Miss Edmunds,' said Lawyer Atwood, as Alice appeared in answer to his summons: 'I beg pardon for intruding in the midst of your sorrow; but there is ti matter of business which must bo attended to very soon. I believe 3'our twenty-firs- t birthday will occur next Monday, will it not?" " 'Yes, sir,' answered Alice. " 'And I suppose you understand that the desire of both your father and your uncle was that you and your cousin hd ward should be married, and so keep the property in tho family? " 'I do,' Alice replied. " 'Now,' continued the lawyer, 'your Uncle Robert's will provides that Ed ward shall Inherit all his father's prop In case crty at tho age of twenty-one- . he died before that age it should come Into your possession on your twenty first birthday. That gives your uncle's half of all the property to yon next Monday. Hut your father's share stands in a peculiar manner. In case of your deatlt before the age of twenty- one It was to go to Edward; that part of the will Is clear; but knowing that the objection to the union was all on your part, and wishing to make this union sure, your father intended t make provisions that if you passed your A s, line-lookin- FICHUS AND JABOTS. Dainty and Elegant Neokwoar for Fastidious Women. Trine That Are Quite I"ally Marin Ilomn Hiitl Kcqulrn Very Little Mterlal A Plastron of More Than Ordinary NeatneM. mt - If you have n limited dress allowance., you find It difficult to keep well sup plied with dainty lace, silk, muslin nnd chiffon, the chief beauty of lies In which their freshness. These neck ) t I furnishings are expensive and pcrlsliablo. of their expenso ono Is sometempted times to wear them when their pristlno glory has departed and they are beginnlng to look a j a hot. trifle solicit Do not allow yourself to fall Into that trick. Better a fresh linen collar than a soiled bit of gauze or chiffon about cur throat Fortunately, saj's Once a Week, most of these trifles are quite easily made at home and require very littlo material: all. then, that Is wanted are skillful The main use of fingers nnd Ideas. these dainty accessories is to smarten gowns so that the 03c will dwell on the pretty cravat or Jabot rather tha,n on the shabby and faded frock All sorts of odds nnd ends of material may be utilized these da3'3 for this purpose, chHTou. gauze, crape, silk, muslin, soft silk nnd laeu come in play, and the materials employed tnaj Laces used be either plain or figured. for edging are as a rule light nnd delicate, but guipure lace may be used with good effect Tho Murle Antoinette fichus are in vocue once more, and no other neck ornament Is so becoming to the woman with a soft, full throat They may be made of silk mull with a plain hemstitched edge: crape, tucked and edged with filmy lace, or of chiffon finished with deep frills. The jabot shown in the illustration Is a favorite style. It is made of a 3'aril and a half of embroidered crepon frilling about five inches wide. The two headings are put together and the material is gathered up through the center, the lower part being shaped lo a point with two short mitered ends falling below it A very narrow plaiting of plain crepon in a lighter color is sewn on under the scallop-edge of tho flouncing, and the point, which is at the waist, is drawn in with a ribbon Iww, This Is prctt3 In dark green, blue or black crepon, cmbroid-criewith ribbon to with straw-colo- r match. The collarette shown Is made of white or colored silk muslin tipped with littlo tufts of black ostrich feather; the ruche, which is very full, and for which three or foulards of the frilling arc required, is mounted on a ribbon band, nnd is tied in front with strings of back velvet ribbon. A novel jabot may be made of black net studded with sequins in flame, green, purple and gold. The band is of black silk covered with the spangled net, nnd the ornaments i n (u lie-cau- se JiflVlk wm - half-wor- n g d WOMAN'S SENSIBILITY. She, Can Reilat Pain Hotter Than the Stronger Sex. This Is essentially an age of discoveries. For years and yenrs women have received credit for being more patient sufferers than what was onco called the and stronger sex. In Sabbath-schoo- l college we have been taught to admlro tho moral heroism of our mothers, wives and sisters until at last we learned to look upon them as akin to angels. JJut now come two Iconoclasts, bearing the title of professor, who declare with n great deal more emphasis than politeness that our estimate of woman has been based upon an occult sort of mistaken Identity. The two bold men, known to fame as Profs. Lambroso and Richel. teach the science of ps3'chology to the 3'oung men of Turin, nnd contribute valuable papers to the scientific journals of Europe. Tho latest work produced by Prof. Lombroso was rend a few days ago at n meeting of the International Congress of Experimental Psychologi. It dealt with the of women, and contained a number of arguments intended to show that in general sensibility, including sensibility to pain, women aro greatmen. to ly inferior "If pain wero the greatest source of our mortality," says the professor, "women ought to die much earlier than man, who was her tyrant, but she survived him because, on uccount of her Inferior sensibility, she resisted pain better than he did. The reason which has mado people bclicvo In the greater sensibility of woman was her greater Irritability and tho louder expression she gave to her suffering." Not satisfied with this dreadful attack, the learned professor enters Into a disagreeable disquisition on tears. "Woman's cerebral hemispheres," ho says, "are habitually feebler than man's, and consequently have less power of reslstanco and reflex action. She can weep more readily than man, nnd docs so becauso she finds it pays. She learns how all powerful are her tears. She tries to weep with policy, to weep much and to weep at the right time. It Is truly marvelous to observe tho facultj of weeping at their own caprice vfhlch certain women possess." Either Prof. Lombroso is a crusty old bachelor or elso ho Is unfortunately married. At this distance from Turin it appears that he is a very naughty husbund who keeps the kcj' to the fam-Hmoney drawer In his inside pocket Ills wife, It Is safe to assert, has "nothing to wear" and must rely upon the potency of tears to Induce her lord and master to consent to the purchase of n "love of a bonnet" or a new dress to wear to Mine. Spaghetti's reception. In the course of marital warfare, the erudite professor has probably imbibed some quaint notions regarding the fair sex, tho worst of which is that he judges all women by tho ono who has been unfortunate enough to marry him nnd whose originally excellent temper seems to have become soured from constant contact with an unlovable man. O. W. Weippiert, in Chicago Graphic Why sensl-"billt- y 3 L ouisvill : Store Bargain Column VEVCOATS FOR MEN 2 o U I and Boys in all grades. NLY $1.25 for a Child's Overcoat. NDERWEAR FOR MEN, Ladies and Children. Niaundered Shirts 36c each. RISH FRIEZE FLANNELS, NDIGO ut ioc a vara. this week 5c yard. BLUE CALICO for S I HOES, ladies and gentle men, irom 90c pair up. HAWLS, all wool, 75 cts. eacn. V ELVETS in all colors, and ALISES and Satchels 50 cents up. NFANTS' Wool Hoods, only 25 cents. VORY Collar Buttons 5 cents dozen. L INEN COLLARS for gen tlemen 3 lor 25 c. INEN Handkerchiefs only 10 cents. DOMESTIC Three Way In Which ECONOMY. May Tie Stocking Cut Over. twenty-firs- t Enorile, Cumberland dip I Louisville Double Daily SefceJule, R. It. In Elfcet July 17, . fftylfVly A M t r. 6 t yA ! U i4M qn 9 4 ID 51 6n 7 7 7 7 ..Knojuille... .......... Y. "VkT.V '6'. jtitmOm.. , D'ly I)Vy r. M. H. X 9V IO 10 a 10 J 10 4 7J JO 3$ 47 .. . ....Mateneyville .Hevi'ily,...... .l.ullrell Cfcrry tmi US J4 S 3 4 J- 3 9 2:'5 7 41 7 i3 4 . 05 7 5J It a is in 4 s 19 loW 8JI II 17 II 9 II It 9 ss j6 II 4& t s; 9") 9" effective on a blnck gown. am .Miuiiuuoro.. A lo 10 smart finish to a frock is a NOKTI1 HOUND. plastron of almost anj kind of ribN .. bon on a white or black llrussels ..ia k in l,wv CUmlicrlaiM Oap, l ' " ... ...II jo p Corbln net foundation, cut like a voke with n ... ,10 a m " I.WIllRltOII ... J 43 in point reaching to the waist. On this " marry.' Wlnclie.trr ... 3 jo a m " I.etlnKtun ' "And with a pleasant 'good morning' the graduated lengths of ribbon nre ... .1 jo I'aru ..4 0$ am tacked, each length being plaited a lita m " the lawyer bowed Miss Alice out. 7 Arrive Louitvllle " .. 7 aoa m " Cincimuti "The next Sunday there was n quiet tle at the top anil folded to form a point sJTifi'ii nOifNir. : wedding at the mansion on the hill, and at the end; the center band of ribbon quent outbursts. 1H .V N 7 30 P m Leave Cincinnati ' " it then transpired that the young Is pinned down to the waist and orna8 4S p m "Young Richard was a manly fellow, " Loutsvilltt mented with loops and ends of ribbon. .....10 jo p m Arrive Frl and stood Edward's insults in a calm stranger was Richard Trescott, Jr. 15 p m -ii " I.eiinston "And so tho property was kent to- The collar consists of two bands of ribi m and quiet manner, never resenting auj .i 10 p " Winciiener rc.f x k3 x .. gether, and Richard and Alice lived in bon, either In a narrower width, or 4$ a in of bis indignities. l.ivinjiloii ... 1 jo a folded if too wide.leaving a band of net ' t'orbin the old house surrounded by a family "Mutters went on thus until Edward of boys nnd girls." fr.3. Cumberland Gap between, and fastened at the back of STOCKING PATTKUXS. l'ullinan I'alaco Car Knttaville to Ciiicmiiat and Alice were sixteen, and by this Here the sexton paused and appeared the neck with a bow. Nine yards of without chance time the young man had become so exthe end of sole to the heel, and it is ribbon are required for this plastron. wrapped in memory. At length (Vnnrctloiin mailo with all traini North and asperated that ho told his father of the his reverie with the question: I broke North-wdone. Fig. 3, although not so good a at Grand Central depot. Cincinnati. ThroiiKh tlckela en aula ni City lickit ollico state of affairs. Thomas was soon inUSEFUL BASKET. shape as the former, can be cut from "And 00 the new grave is for Alice?" itSGay atreetandI)eot Tickit officn, foot ml formed, anil a stormj scene ensued. .laiurlre't, Knoavillii. "Yes," he answered, "for Alice; dear To itKSToi:c black cashmere, wash It those too much worn for the others, For any Information at to roulct, rates, etc.,ap- - The result was that Richard Trescott Alice. It was her last request of mo in hot suds with a little borax In the nnd Is more easily made. Sew from b was obliged to leave tho employ of the P a; then sew up the foot from o to W. A. III.Y, AcimR Gen'M'a" Ajt , that I should dig her grave myself." water: rlns In very strong bluing water, b to a brothers and so leave tho town. HKNRYA SMITH, City Ticket AkI b b, nnd turn right side out and place x "And what became of the gardener?" and Iron while damp. Knotllc,lcim. "Soon after this, Thomas, the elder I asked. on foot to x on leg and stitch from b b Thk best mucilage is made from gum brother, was taken seriously 111, and, "Oh! yes yes, the gardener," he said, tragacantlt and water. When well dis- to b b The seam comes across tho infearing that he might not live to see as if he but half understood my quesstep, but in soft goods is not uncomthe union of his daughter and her cous- tion. Aud then rousing himself, he solved, add a few drops of oil of cloves fortableAmerican Agriculturist. and a tiny piece of alum. in, ho cudeavored, by the most urgent said: "Tho gardener; well, 3011 see A ooon cement for china is made this persuasion, to make her promise that Richard went to college and then my USEFUL TO KNOW. Schedule July 17, i8)i his desire should be realized on her wife died, and I couldn't bear to be way: Mix with a strotig solution of gum U8B a small, soft sponge to apply tho LEAVK NOIllON OAlliY arable nnd water enough plaster of twenty-firs- t birthday. alone, aud so I came back and became paris to make n thick paste. Apply this blacking to a stove. "For a long time the girl refused to sexton of the town. Here (or Graham, lllueficld, l'ocaliontai and jo. pm could bo Tannin mixed with mutton tallow Is uiieimediate atatioua. comply with this demand, but at near the old home, and Alice always with a camel's hair brush to the broken 10:00 a in lor llluefield, Kadlonl, Roahokc, and good for chapped hands. length, when it became evident that came to see me often, aud my life was edges und unite. Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Alto (via A ooon sized sponge Is nlco for clean-- 1 Add to eacli qunrt of Koanoke) for Wathlngton, Haeeraiewn, Harrlt-our- her fHthor could not recover, she happy, until Richard came to live in 1'hlladelphiaand New York. starch half a teaspoonfttl of powdered ing paint and washing windows. old mansion and I could call Alice Pullman Sleepins Curt (rom Loul'ville to Nor"And so Thomas died, and it was the A iutaK, soft sponge, either dry or folk via Norton and Radford; alio Radlord to aud then I had the old house borax and a tiny piece of lard, aud dip York, via Suenamloah Junction, alio Rad understood that his will provided that daughter, New the collars and cuffs in while the starch slightly dampened, makes a good Hut I could never give up the Is lord to Waihinston; lo from Lynchbureto Rich. In case Alice died before she was again. quito hot Use a polishing iron, nnd duster. Traint lor Pocahontai, Powhatan and Good, twenty-onof the property care of tho cemetery."ceased speaking, your collars and cuffs will look like her half A pastk made of equal parts of lard As tho old sexton will leave llluefield dally at 9 05 a m, a is p in and should go to Edward, and in case she and powdered chalk will cure corns. the sun burst out again, and, bidding new. birthday with- him good day, I sauntered forth on my Dutti.NG the summer months It Is a Trains arrive at Norton Irom the Eatt dally at passed her twenty-Hrs- t Throw a quantity of salt in tho stove I ion m and 6 45 P 'u a train out marrying )er cousin hu would take ramble over the old town where I was common thing to have more than one If the chimney is on fire and there is NVathlngtonafiJ Cliattanooca of Pullman Coachct and aleeplntf cart run daily tho property the same. passing my summer vacation. David light dress stained by the grass. Such danger from sparks; If not let it burn. "As Edward grow older ho showed via Shenandoah Valley route, atupping only at marks are easily removed with alcohol Nitre Is excellent for a cold, especialLnray. Shenaulo.ih, lla!c, Roanokoand Radford. signs of dissipation, and after a few t. Davidson, in lioston lludgct. Put a little of tho liquid in a saucer ly a feverish ono. Use ten drop3 to a North Hound Limited kue Kadlnnl n a6 p m "Your cousin is wedded to charity, and wet the stained part with it Rub tcaspoonful, according to age, once in For further Information at to achedulet, ratet, yenrs it became a. common thing for Ac .apply to amenta of Noifoik A Weturn Railhim to go homo ut a late hour in tho Is she not?" "Ohl no; she has only well, and the green will disappear four hours. road or to VV ,,,L,l't e, Ve. night, very much under the influence promised to be a sister to it" Oon. Paatengcr Agt.. 1 9 loj Is 05 14 9I IS 9' ....Arthur ...Four Seaiena. .. ....Auhur... .Hamilton Sprlnga Gap. . ..Cumberland . . ...Powder Spriiigi .... . .W'atbburn.... ....... . .Wllltamt Sprino. ....(lakman .Clinch River. ...I.one Mountain. ... ....Taaewcll .Powell Kivcr.. 47 4 J5' 4' 7)) 7 11 )W 7o IJ 3) 4S jel I a 1 41 V 60; SI s .M. II Junction .Tunnel Junction "J is i o$ 3 550 510 313 4 4 si 59 IS . 111 1 ing Edward the property should pass Into his hands. Of all this you are aware, but your father also willed that at Edward's death your portion of the property which ho had inherited should go to the town to found n hospital ami a public library. "'According to these provisions you would inherit your uncle's part of the property next Monday and your father's part would go to the town.' "Here the lawyer hesitated a moment and then continued: " 'I don't like this way of forcing 3'oung people to marry against their will, aud I don't think a promise wrung from one at'such a time as your prom to; was made should bo binding. I have studied your father's will carefully, and I find that the language used in the document leaves, by a technicality, one chance for you to acquire the whole property. " 'The will provides that if you pass your twenty-firs- t birthday "without marrying" the property shall go to your cousin. .Vow, by a slight oversight, it does not specify whom you shall birthday without marry- cou. a iii:ttk jabot is arranged flounce fashion, being much shorter on the shoulder than across the bust This is particularly "Take care of the pennies and the pounds will take caro of themselves," Is a good old Scotch proverb. Hero are three wa3s In which stockings may be cut over. Where ono way will not answer, another probabty will. In Fig. I is shown a way to make a new pair for a child of six or eight 3'ears, so that there Is no irritating seam at the side of the foot The sketch explains itself to ono who Is an adept at "making over," n a being the top of the stocking, b b the heel aud c c the under side of the toe, o o the fold or front "from top to toe." The points c c must be a seam the point o. Backwider than stitch from c c to a a. Then tho seam at c c is pressed open and placed opposite o and stitched across. If done machine, it will be on a chain-stitcclastic and strong. Fig. 2 shows another plan. Cut from aatoxx, oxx being cut from the top of old foot If this is too much worn, It can be cut across, at o, and o x x can be cut from on another piece. Then cut from tho dotted lino to v v. From o to v v is the length of the top of tho foot Sew to n a; then fold over x x to v from v at o and stitch up, after which sew one-ha- lf h 1 1 1 1 1 L E ADIES' JACKTTS $1 25 up. ADIES' HATS, trimmed and untrimmed. NGLISHJLWorsted Dress Goods, 15c. 1DERD0WN Caps for chil 36-inch, dren oOc. UITS for Men, all Wool, for $5. B HORT Pants Suits from 70c up. . 1 r 7 i .(- N I H" 1 F"H 1 m ABLE LINENS from 25c a yard up. 111 ! rCJ RUNKS at Factory Pri ces. ft :VERSHIRTS from up. OVERALLS, blue, brown 25c NWNoriolkiWesiernHi and gray. 1 con-sentc- d. well-boile- d R E ED FLANNELS from 25 cents up. IBBED HOSE for Chil dren in wool and cotton e, .... VERY ARTIOE on either floor is wortny of your attention at the Lou isville store. ' p 4. fully protected as ate depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to tht amount invested in such shares. It may act as cxciutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at an individual. To those who entrusted their buisiness to us while mnagin the Lincoln National Bank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years', experience in banking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. DIKCCTOKS: one knows better than the Now Mexi can prospector nnd hunter what that An Interesting Account of an Exploration word means. ' He knows it means murof their Abodes. der, arson and rapine; the killing of help(To the Editor Interior Journal.) Stanford, Ky., Ocronnn 21, 1892 N. M., Oct. 13. Ac- less wives and innocent children nnd San Marcial, cording to promise, I herewith cncloso casting their bodies into the flames of you eome of the results nnd incidents of the burning home, whilo tho husband my exploration of the cliff dwellers' and father has either succumbed to their houses in the Mogadon mountains, on murderous tire or gono to a distant town I to for SHOP. the headwaters of the Gila (pronounced ilndtho necessaries of life, only, alasdear thoso most on his return that Hela) river. Our party consisting of Ilutcher Shop on four, Mastin Murray, John Lacy, E. 0. to him have passed to tho great beyontl. I have Jim opened a Lancaster street, where will keep at all times Jennings and myself, left this place Sep- Two years have scarcely passed Binco : 3VCBA.TS tember 12th, and taking everything that wo laid away two dear friends of tho : that can be obtained, which I will cll at the mar- wo thought would be of use to us in our writer, victims of thoso pampered pets ket price ; I have a tine, new, large refrigerator undertaking, started westward with the of an independent government. Still and ments'will always be kept fresh nnd nice JULIAN VEST 45. i mo full intention of learning something in tho people of the East will cry "Lo, tho regard to that lori& dead race of people, poor Indian," but we of the West, who whoso mysterious abodes havo excited know them, will not regret to see tho tho wonder of nil that havo been fortu- - cacti bloom on his early grave. Hero I nnto enough to havo seen them. Our am away off my Bubject again. We, the undersigned, hereby warn all persons Swiftly wo dismount and fly to cover, not t hunt or fish upon our lands or waters, said ronlo lay tlirougtt me can .miuco mounlands being situated in whole or in part in Garpreparing to give thorn battle, when a rard, lloyle nnd Lincoln counties, Kentucky, and tains, thence across the Great San Au we hereby agree to support each other lullv In the with antelope, voice, speaking in very good Spanish, enforcement of the law against any and all tres- gustine Plains, nlive passers. furnished us with abundant comes tloating to us from the cliff above: which Th's September 36, i$$j. sport and moat delicious steaks from IO"Amijos, (friends) don't shoot; we R. R Iilce. W. W. Yeager, A I. Kice, John W- Miller, thoso timid and graceful animals. What are not Apaches, but Navajos, out on a r. L. Hrciddus, i T Higginliotham, great sport one can havo on a trip of this hunt. Wo have a pass, which wo will Cyrus Daily, St. !. KOUt, James M. White A. I). Hughes, he possesses the true show you, if you will allow- ono of us A. M. nnd K. S. Bourne, kind, provided. Jtrlgni ucrrtng, Ilallard, instinct ! How the blood goes to advance unarmed. Wo menn you no hunter's W.J. Johnson, Alex West, Vox, bounding through his veins, as he fills harm." Wo allowed him to come down Frank box, Kemper, , Robinson. J. J. Walker. his lungs with this pure nnd purified to us ami found his statement true, nnd T D. Chestnut, sf" T. R.,Roblnou, Henry Walters, Nixon Pcrkins; air, and us tho great light of dav slowly the blood once inoro began to circulate Jerry Bland, J II.Hournc. arises, casting its warm rays over tho in our veins and wo began to tell .each T. M. Arnold, T T. Pollard, T. 1. Herring. T. Fox, Jr., wnying grass and feeding game, dispell other what a slaughtering wo would W. R. Moss J. V. Cook, Mitchel Broaddus, ing the dark shadows of night and send- havo mado had they been Apaches. P. Bourne, J William Hubble, J O. Aldridce. Krasnius Dunn, S J, Uourne, ing the chattering coyotte to his lair, Well, we left thoso peaceful sous of the A R. and G. It. Tone, John Pope, who can look on such a scene unmoved? forest and onco moro resumed our jourJames Hen lug. CI Doty, V ho would not wish to share 1. a ea;er, nil this ney, which was barren of incident, with S If Anderson, V. S Hurdett. H D Aldrulge, health-givinclimate with the poor con the exception of seeing a small black r.. II Miller, Hrrtram Spratt, O G. Spoonamurc, Miss Kate Hurdett. sumptive part of humanity, who cough bear that soon went down under a fusil- Mrs. M A llaughnan, B. Aldrldge, O nnd wear their lives away in tho damp, ado from our Winchesters. uourne, James Underwood, John Mrs K L. Owsley. 64 cold regions of tho East, when a year or That night we camped under tho s J in this country would give them life, shadow of the great overhanging cliff, Co. health nnd happiness? But I digress. that held tho mysterious objects of our Four days' swift driving brings us near visit. Next morning, just before the.! OF STANFORD, KY., uur uesuuauou, as near its wo can go break of day, whilo tho wind went shiv ts now fully organued and ready for business with with the wagon, and after a good night's ering up and down the stream, in seem- - - $200,000. rest wo pack part of our horses with, ing impatience for the sun to nso and Paid up Capital of 19,000. provisions, blankets, etc., and mounting warm it up, we wero awakened by a Surplus, . - - - the rest, started to finish tho balance of scream that split tho air like a knife and SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL our journey. Wo had only gone n few sent every man for his gun, but it provBANK OK STANFORD, lion giving Now closing up) with the same assets and under miles when the dread word, "Indians," ed to be only a mountain the same management. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are as wes passed from ono to another. No vent to his angry feelings that tho night Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal THE CLIFF DWELLERS. I W. P. WALTON. NEW BUTCHER first-cla1 TUB BEST Hunters and Fishermen. - - g variety of ucs. I have heard of Its written guarantee to refund it not cured r.mr. A R Penny, Druggist and serving for window drapery In a room ,"t"" SUnfo"1, K V r not much used. It is very durable and will bear vljroroijs dustiuir. so I sco no reason why It should not serve such a, tffe M A 1. , l.i;" i sW nnrtwn If II lIIUJ If l.W kllU. '(..vu talnly makes lovely lamp shades, nnd here Is one way of making thctn IJtty a wlro frame at nny notion store and for a bracket lamp of medium sl?e yon will need sixteen sheets of tissue nuner. eight of white and eight of rose color lake each sltcct tsingly In the hand and i Win rreolng th ytem ornn. In idiiousucu .a san.l Mtsslsisilii !. . join looseiy until oniy noout an inch ' i""- - "'-- wide; then stroke tlownwanl until well , W . wlthou there. Their m i,i tttilU .rnc ti,n o ,auvf nivu v'.aa taUU lUlUlU -- .i OUUHU prevents uttttckn of chills nurl fever. again, and repeat the process until It Is ilunibneur, tilllntia colic, and g Ivoai tliaaystamatrrnstli to realnt ull tlto unliealtliy anil trnpuro at- -, ' inospliere. Kletjantly Price, So. Onicc. 30 larL 1'Urr, N. Y. ' i "Of maklns many books there Is no end." "Hooks nrts faithful friend. M "Giro mo the room hose every nook Is dedicated to a book " mitt,, svliln ft Unless tho boolcensn ..... t .. .1 .tii i i. h,,ivi.i.iUIii ..iiiiuunuL-ui-'- i mini L.TtnitlCU tissue paper may BOW'oe bought by the yard nnd Is devoted to n great DRAPERY. That Will Please. Those- Who Cso It. A booUcaso drapery of almost any poods Is moro eloquent nud beautl- A new and Cemnlete treatment, . ... Bru8" iupposlio.ies. Ointment In Capsules, coniistln gof l.- -. 1. J..I ! also in las 7, ally embroidered; or the letters tulght ' "'l P''l positUe cure for External Internal, bo painted In dye. and outlined In gold thread. A SUltablO CUrtnln Would bo of to fail. $i per bo. 6 lor U. ent by mail. Silk mall Cloth, velours, but BOme Soft i .Why ,u,for ,T0.m l"ip terriblo disease when a with to Ku'ntce Is drapery goods would bo prettier; 6Ucll refund the moneypositively given Send 6 boxes, for if not cured stamp goods ns Yokohama silk or some soft, If," mple Guarantee issued by A H. Penny, twilled silk. Embroider or i.me," nd 'U "Ken, SunforJ Ky .'l'" paint the motto first nnd then lino the curtain and suspend It by rings from a Bmu polo at tho top shelf. Let the words be ifm. lfc placed lrrcgiilnrly on tho drapery In careless "sketchy" letters. Mottoes' will doubtless suggest themselves to Dr. E C. West's Nerve and Drain Treatment, a you. Hero are two or three. a notT to Make On i BOOKCASE JAPANESE For Sal II. I. DARST. T CURE p&tt'4&$'5fl a k Twenty Building Lots In the corporate limits of Rowland. Rowland. The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in the State. t self-colore- d bssssssssssssssssssJK" sssssssssssssssssvJ" ss specific for Hysteria, Dullness, (Its Neuralgia, Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by alcohol ' i et.,U !...' io. ening ot Drain, causing insanity, misery, decay. death, Premature Old Arc, lUrrrnneJS, Loa of Power in either ser, Impotency, I.ucorrhrfa and ' Female Weaknesses, involuntary Loxes.Sper matorrhira caused bv nf hr.in s.lf A month's treatment ""u". QSS&M CJsSSsKsK' 1 ,' ."i, Ue''J.'i'SrriwlffM Hssssssssssssssssssssssssssl asssssssssssssssssssssssssssH ssssssssssHsssssssssssssssssssssk KK9lKSEW sMssssssssssssrPVs ' sssssssslHsssssW sssssssssssssssssssB B3r iii ikissssssssssssEtsI .nli.,.'. ... 9 I 9 , I .t lllrn Liver Piils; J. S. APPLEMAN llF&Fj& TMK ? 1 1 TUTT'S ssrf M. D., CEL ORATED a k 1 .. I?laV .f16?3? sticnr-ccmte- l. English Specialist, Forms ily Protester of PractUcinf Medicine, Electrical Mod lea Collogo, I lOKONTO, CANADA, Now hsaroining l'h)si ian f the Southern Medical Institute, MiUSMLI.K.KY. Farmers Bank&Trast CENTRAL Will bo at Myers House, Stanford Tuesday, Nov. 8, alMedl. I tfmw it UNIVERSITY. Kiclimond, I ( And till noon on tho oth y four wcli dutinj; tbeycar Kcluinitiii lie Applniania2raduaiif llellevue lloipil. ef J J. J, Williams, Mt. Vernon; M. Hall, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; mi S.J. Embry, Stauferd; J. fi, Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; William Gooch, Stanlord, Ky S. U. Shanks, President. J U. Owsley, Cashier, W. M Bright. Teller J. F. Cash, Stanford; DitAPEnv ron uookcahk. mass of crimps. When nil are crimped paste tho pink ones together for the outside of the shade and the white ones for tho lining; they are then placed upon the wire frame and brought closely and evenly to the neck of the wire frame where It is secured bv a silk thread which Is wountl tightly uboitt It several tlme Leave enough margin nt the top to draw Into a double ruffle which shall reach almost to the top of the chimney. On the lower edgo a little double ruffle Is matle by creating the paper all around, about three inches from the edge, and afterwards stretching the crimps out a little with the finger below the line. 'Fie a wide ribbon of rose color about the "neck" of the hhadc. finishing- with a bow Housekeeper. - Kontuclcy. THRI'I COItHBI'l CLASSICAL, 8CIEM. TIRO and COMMERCIAL COURSE, fourteen leimttnent of study. Healthy location in pimicraic ine neau 01 1111s uiuc umw kck"" exttttioc. $100 to $240. Attemlaiiic last Mate- Nest session WJ. from tweutj-clRli- t fiiioii fett heptenHter II, lFi. l'or full laformalUinamlcataloKiieaprtly lo L H. DLANTON, D.D., Chancellor. Acute and Chrome Catarrh. i-- tlcal Medical College. Toronto, Canada. Ilrhas made a special study it I lie duels he treated In the great llcllevnc ami Chanty Itosplut torse rral jeirs and recufulses superior tn diagnctutK and tnittlinc Chronic DlteaM lie derates all his time t the triMlmeitl of Lhrnnle iml discaivsoftHiih sues aid tils skill as an expert in i, .! i4ic.n eii cMjDiitncu cesilully, and a! College, New Ytrk City, and the I.U- - ..,.. Porrnanontly Curos n, I TAC. JK. .. , I'RACTlr.U. T r CtARkK. STHAtJB & Plumbers CO , and Steam Fitters. lounger middle accd men suffering from Snet. matorrnra, Impotcncy, Kruntiens, the results of errors or csicstrs, srwnld tall bclorelt is loo late t c curs li tec a euro If has not gone too far Superfluous hsir and all eruptions of the face permanently removed Kits Ulnginc in r.ars Dealntss, Diseases of Kye, tar. Nose. THroit Lungs. Kidney, Urinarr and llladder troubles Unght's Diteasr, Dubetrs, Dyspepsia, Coosti-patioRheumatism and Catalysis. Kpilcpsvor oiititfiy eurtHl. ce I'ealers In all kinds of Iron and Urns Goods for steamand water Sanitary U.ls of all kinds. All ork guaranteed agaiusl dcfectitc material and workmanship 57 ISlood and Skin Iliscascs. u, Strofula, Stricture, Gleet, cured by never falling remedies Diseases of wntnen.such as Leucorrhea, painful Menstruation, Displacement ol Womb, bearing down pains lo Ink, relieved in short lime. The Doctor carrifs all his portable Instruments and comes prepared toenmlne the most obscure medical and surgical cases. He undertakes no Incurable dtcases but cures hundreds given up to die. As Syphilis. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. SPREAD AND BOLSTER. In KY. Jost the Thins for a lloora Furnished tho Kmplre. Style. Capital Stock Surplus S200, OOO 20,000 HON. HENRY WATTERSON, at Great Kentucky Editor, dress at the World's Fair Deliver the Dedicatory y. The spread and bolster shown In the illustration wero made for u room furnished In the empire stylo. The design a handsome, soft, satin, and finished simply with n cord around cream-colored k i rtv r, tle houses far up above our heads. No use to try to get to them from below, bo after a great deal of trouble and patience we got our traps to the top of the cliff by taking a circuitous route a half mile up the stream, but it's finished at last, nnd with hammer nnd drill I am swung oyer, tied in nn improvised chair, so as to leave my hands free to work. After being lowered I find a Bhelf plenty wide enough to work on, that was not visible I S HiK.ker. President. from either top or bottom, and how those John J Mi. Roberts, Cashier, people ever reached their housea is a A A McKinnev Assistant Cashier. mystery not lo be solved by me. It OST IX qCiXTlTT. BEST IX QCAUTT. may be that it has been so long since thoio peoplelived there that the action of water has worn away the canons and made them deeper, but how this could be in almost solid rock is more than I can say. The houses were neatly sealed up with rock nnd plaster, as hard almost as iron, but selecting the easiett ono to get at and being an old miner, I soon had a holo drilled large and deep enough to put in a stick of giant powder, tamping Has led all Worm Remedies. it in with fuse attached. I put a small EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. piece of candle under the fuse, so it SOLD EVERYWHERE. before I get out of the Irpr4li7 IIIlllinUSKV.TiTLOK JIID. CO,, 8T,l0tI8. would not go off way, and gave the signal to pull mo up. After the explosion and the smoko had Scientific American cleared away they let me down and there Agency for through the broken wall, with the sunlight resting on their ghastly frames, were three small skeletons, or ununi fied bodies, resting in such positions as to leave no doubt in the mind of the onOAVEAT9. looker that they had been alive when TkADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS left in that awful tomb. COPYRIGHTS, etc. Ono dried and horrible thing leaned Per ,nformatinit and free) Handbook writs to JM I.N.N CO., sei Dhoadwav, New York. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. against the wall, tho skin drawn back Krcry pntent t&knn out by us Is brought before tbe public by a uotlce Ktfen free of cbargfl In the from ib teeth in an awful grin. Another lay on its back; the action of time had contracted the muscles of the right arm fjirsest elrcnlatlon of any acientlfto paper In tue until it was raised,las though in the act world. Splendidly illustrated. So lntelllneut of pronouncing some awful prophecy. iaaa sliould be without It. Weekly, M.'J.OH CO, The last lay face down, with tho T.eart IIJO alx months. Address MUNN left arm 361 Uroadway. Nen Vork. VL'liueitEiu. The Directory ot this Hank is composed ot T J faster, of Stanford; KiTestus Reid, Lincoln comity ; J V. Ilnyden, Stanford; S.il llauhinan, Lincoln; M. J. Milter, Mt Vernon; T Harris Lincoln, J. S. Hocker. Stanford; ( A. Lackey, Lincoln; T P Hill.Stanford. W G Welch, Stanford; W Tate, Stanlord OKKIfKRs 1 Attention of the public is invited to the fac hat this is the only National Rank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Bank Act depositors are secured not onlv by the capital ttoik, but bv the stockholders liability for an The Adwho will amount equal to the stock, bo that depositors of this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 Building' Chicago to-daFive sworn statements of thecondttion of the bank are made each yearto the United States government and its assets are examined at stated times 0 government agents, thus securing addititona had passed without furnishing him with over the eyes, the right clutching a stone tnd perfect safety to depositors. This institution, qripnally established as tht n meal, but he served us a good turn by I pestel, that had evidently been used to Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1S5S, then ued as the National Dank of Stanford in 1&65 and getting every one out and hustling for crush corn for meal. Corn cobs the Hirst National Bank of sgain which was eoou served hot cd the lloor in profusion, showing these Suntord in iSE, has had practically an uninterrupted existenceof jears It is better supplied autl appetizing, just an the sun peeped people must have known something of now with facilities for transacting business prompt agriculturo, in fact cobs wero plenti(y and liberally than ever before in its long and over the eastern hills. noncrable career Accounts of corporations, fidNow to effect an entrance to those lit- ful. solic-te- d uciary firms and individuals respectfully - was embroidered in delicate shades on mi? rms&r itita CONSULTATION FREE And Conlidenlisl Address M (' i S AI'I'LKMAN, D, Louisville, Ky. POSTED. This nstlce forewarns huntcri( fishermen and others not to trespass on oar lands without per. mission, us all su.h will be prosecuted to the full, tit extent of the law Signed C. M.SPOONAMOORK J K. II RUCK. THOMAS C. HALL. j tho edge, Tho bed Itself was gilded, and had embroidered panels inserted nt the head and foot. Among others was a very harmonious, handsome nnd spread, tho coloring being made to match Bome cmplro brocade used for the hangings. A conventional tulip dc- - ST1AM AND SIKKI.KIIAILKY. A. M. I'lU.AND II.W.OAINKS. I. S. JAMKSOIVKNS. etrew-breakfa- st, STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. Stationary, Semi Portable and Portable. All sizes up to 2G- horse power Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. Write for Free Illustrated I'ainplcls and wants to NEW YOKK CITY SI'KINGI-II) r ANTON RKNACKF.R CLARK REYNOLD.. M. I.ACKOW1TZ. T I) NKWI.AND U riui.i.ips, W W. HAVM. C. I.WjN RV.D HA I MANN WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS VERMIFUGE iyTnjra f $ In all the houses that IJ havo inveatigated stone implements of different kinds were found. Arrow head, hut very small, could be found also. Owing '1 X to the great age of these mummies and their brittle condition. I could only get rt.W one of them to the top intact, but think &QS I will be able to have them patched up iu almost ns good order as when I found them. The largest of three is three feet four inches in height and was undoubtKMPIRE SI'ItEAD AM) IIOI.STKR. edly full grown. You can allow a great feign was rendered in light gold silks, deal for shrinkage and thoy would, I be- nnd tho background darned In dull reds. lieve, still be the smallest race yet dis- The leaves were outlined, nnd tho flowcovered. ers worked in long nnd hhort stitches, WVopened several other hoiiBee, hut the material being of a rich cream color. Tlicso spreads tire Intended not to found nothing of iutereBt, except broken pottery, eome of it highly decorated nnd hang down straight, but to be tucked in nil around, in some cases tho empire some day will be eagerly picked tip by beds having ornamented sldus with relic hunters, Bhould they over succeed carved decorations, and In others a fesin getting into those housea. The floors tooned valnnco being provided In ma of tho houses were of concrete and terials and colorings to harmonize with sounded hollow to the tread. I havo no tho spreads and curtaina employed. In doubt most interesting relics could be this style of decoration the plain bol ster, ns illustrated. Is always provided, unearthed if one would dig for them, winch Is, of course, together with the otherwise I do not think the houses embroidered coverint?. removed nt nlirlit. would have been sealed. It may ho tho The pillows are frequently kept In a piaco wuero iney unneii inuir ueau, ior lomroiiniwu ouumaa vox, pinceo nt ine in all my searrhes I hrtve noyer seen any foot of the bed, and which Is itself am ply provided with cushious in order to indications of an interment. form not only a handsome but a comOur time was limited, so were obliged fortable lounge. Ladies' Homo Jourto tear ourselves away from this inter- nal. esting locality, and wrapping np our rrottfot Your Kyrslgiit. dried friends the best we could, we left Keep an old soft linen pocket handour did' dwellers until next summer, kerchief to clean your spectacles with. when I hope to make further investi'u-lion- . If necessary, they can be cleaned with a littlo ammonia water. Do not put Yours truly, JvKW iMKXICO. them under your pillow at nlirht. and be careful to keep the frame Btraight, otherwise tho lenses will not bo truo and your sight will suffer accordingly. T-'sii- tea ti J j i $ I MI1E6 JAMES UEFFEX & CO., OTZ 94iKlssssWfsBcBaX 110 rfcfc'JkssVss45Bsn '.ty '01ihS t" ' vmAVESiMmvj w I EflsMssssVtfY llk&S ff S??Si sssssssssssssiVr1sss?sr jsw9lssssslssssfWssssssDsssss IsfMsssV mssss TsssVsVsstyHBf tyjaraJssjrnssstjTsyi It Vsssssssssssssssssv tsssssK. ilylssssyjssT: I MUEb .kssssssl MflUlf Twenty mllett'ie Shortest to f!J lsSSfSS5SUBnHBSSSSSSSSBsYBnCT'( " New York, Chicago. 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For Information address IAS. 1IARKKR, C. P. A., Chicago, V G.CRUSH.D.P A, Louisville, TEXAS, ARIZ0NA.MEXI60.CALIF0RNIA. For through rates, correct county maps and Iu information call on Ageut at Junction City. Kv or address J. S. LKITII, Trav Pass. Agt., Jnnctlon City.Kr D7 0 EDWARDS D. MILLER. Tralnc Maner , 0. V T, A., Cincinnati. Ik the parties that hnvo our roofing Cinci'iT Couiit. Wlien tho court con stretchers borrowed will vened Tuesday the following petit jurors kindly return them ho will appreciate were sworn in: M. X. DePuuw, J. T. New lino ZjinUr hIiooi nt S. II. lio favor. Sine A Monofcu. Rose, J. E Carson, G. A. Lackey, T. .7. 1892 Shanks'. BrANFOUD, Ky., OcToncR'21, Hill, S. W. Quail will catch it from now on. W.Sampson,Givens, Spencer Hubble, X Kons wanted at IJ. K.it V. II. Wear- W. T. Tucker, Arch M. Many of our sports took advantage of the Frye.T J. Robinson, W. P. White, Win. n.o.'WAbTON.BUB.ManaRer ens at 15 cents. opportunity and eelebrnted tho expiraJ t'fiT received it nice lot of fall and tion of thu bird law by going hunting Beck, C. L. Honsley, R. G. Collier, A B McKinney and A. F. Moberly. The winter cloaks. S. II. Shanks. MEANS BUSINESS. yesterday. Commonwealth docket was called, when Kncihavino beautifully and nrtifilicnlly Klkoant line of hats, caps, Ac,, just A vkky satisfactory lest of tho electric the following 10 cises were filed nway. dono at A. K. Penny's. received at Mcltoberts A Higgins. lights in tho Christian church wns made William Bailey, murder; John White, Hoy your books and school (supplies o( . yesterday. There are US of them and house breaking; J. R Russell, nrson; E. nllkimlBfrotnA.lt. Tonny, who Bells Xrw Ctilifornlit Dried Peaches, they were used for tho first timu nt thn B. Bontley, disturbing lawful assembly, them nt tmhliHhur'fi nriccrf. Prunes nt A. A. Warren's. and theio for camiua concealed wea ' iiAVKyour watcli, ciocic anu jewotrv lecture last night. repaired nt A. It. Penny's. All work Take your old silver to Dunks, tho ponsRube Bentley, Newt Clcyd, Geo. warranted. ir you want to go to Ul.icago come Fryer, L. B. Lntin, Eph Mason and Geo. watches. jeweler, and have it made into spoons, nnd buy your outfit from KsMnMUKn that all silverware tin this week. Minor. Tho ceses strainst Bud Pen rins, Ac, bought nt A. It. Penny's will etc. Low prices for ladies' Exposition cloaks, nington, Jim Tall and bo engraved freo of clmrge. Jim Cloyd, each A nkw refrigerator, some carpels and gents' Exposition suits and ladies' Ex- for malicious woundinir, worn stricken other household goods for miIu by W. P. position dresses. .I.S.Hughes. from tho docket. ClinrleH Henry, for PERSONAL POINTS. Walton. breach of the peace, was acquitted, but Anodiku Middlesborobault hns "bust given 10 days in jail Mk. Koiikiit Mi alibi kh, of .lefeamine, Wa.vtiji). Nice, ultmn clover seed nnd fined $25 for ed." This time it is tho People's and it is hero. carrying n concealed weapon. George about 500 biiidiolfi. U. K. A W. II. has been placpd in tho bands of n re Mit. G. 0. Givknh went to Paris Wed- Wearen. Dollins, for cutting Mit Embry, wns finceiver. Liabilities are Baid to ho $28,000 nesday to visit relatives. ed $50 nnd sent to jail for six months KvKitYitouv invited to our Columbian und assets, consisting largely of doubtful Mu. Lkvyih Duddkiiak bus taken a On account of the absence of Col. W. O. Sale this week. See ad. John S or worthless paper, $78,000. backnet nnd is innch worsu. Bradloy and the illness of Hon. W. II. Dn. J. A. Amov has moved to Itow Huglus. clouds interferred with n good Miller, tho case of W. T. Saunders for Tiik land to pmclicu his profession. Take your eggs to U. Y, Jones' Groat view of the Bun in eclipse yesterday, hut tho murder of Judge Egbert was continMiu). Joi:S. Hice has returned from a Hargain Store and gtit 17 cents per doz- occasional glimpses showed that tho ox ued for tho defense. visit to her parents at Horeo Cave. Owing to tho illness of his son Chai-leen for them. hibition camo off promptly on time. It Mas. W. 1). IlciiKK, of Junction City, who camo home from Chattanooga got quite dnrk n little after noon and Gov. MiCiikahy will address tho peo- lamps was the guest of Mrs. W. It. Dillion. Monday very sick, JudgeMorrow excused had to bo lighted in sotno of the afterLuik Hkazi.kv went to Lexington ple nt the Dr. O. Fowler from further service on the busines houses. noon, J2d, at v. m. WediRsdav to enter the Iliblti Collei'e. grand jury and Mr. C. A. Redd wassworn Sink A Mknkpkk have begun tho erec in and John M. Mcltoberts, I Mlhs Amki.ia Pkaiiso.v, of ilarrods- Jr., made IIons. It. C. Wahkkn and tJeoro E. tiod of tho . It will bo lo foreman in plnce of tho doctor. I burK'i la visiting the family of Mr. A. K. Stone will speak for tho democratic cnted just across tho creek at tho foot of Wednesday afternoon, when Dick LoI Dennv. cause at Klngsville, to morrow, '2'Jii, nt Ijincaster street nnd be feet, with gan was brought before tho grand jury, of Danville, was 1 r. m. I Jt'ixiK A. Amibhbo.v, a room above for thu use of the city he refused to answer fc uttenditu; courL Wednesday und paid us the questions nsked A brid: him. Tho foreman had him taken beIn Mr. Danks' nbfonco I will wait nu council. It will cost r n pleasant call. Mit .1 It lriTi.'ii mill fniiillv iiitvn those wishing to get .watches or clockH across tho St. Asaph, 12 feet wide, will fore Judge Morrow and stating the case, nlso he built. a fine of f.'H) was entered against him moved to his farm recently purchased of out of his6tore. J. S. Wellu, in roar of . the Joihh heirs.i Scald. 1 he little daughter of Henry and he was placed in the custody of the jailer with orders to put him in jail if lie Miss StisiK Lasi.uy will lenvu next Tiiosi; having goods stored in our cel- Drye, who lives at McKinney, was prob still refused to talk. This nnd week to enter South Kentucky College, tho efably fatally scald a day or two ago. Hot lar will pleas rumovo them as wo are fect of unloosing the young man's tongue at Hopkinsvillo. mother was paFsing with a kettle of hot going to Kk. Wallack Thahi' arrived yeetcr generally. level theA floor and repair it water when tho child threw her hands and ho promptly answered all interroFurriH Hardin. day and una to lecture nt thu Uhrtntia n up, striking tho vessel and tho contents gations put by the grand jury, after last night. church Hoit.v, to the wife ol John M Hill, on wore emptied in her lap almost cooking which the fact was reported to the judge, who remitted tho fine. .Mu. h. M. llot'K and wife, of Mt. Tuhm1.iv iiLjbt, a Hue boy. Tins Is Mr. her limbs from the waist down. Among tho visiting attorneys hero tli s Vernon, spent vesterdny with Mr. and Hill's llrrt nnd it would b hard to tell Speakim.. Judge J. W. Hughes and week nro Mefsrs. It. P. Jncobs, Robert Mm. W. R McCIary. how proud ho is of the youtiL'Hier. Hon. T. V. Dell will speak at Crab Ot Hauling, ('. H. Rodes, A. Anderson, It. Mirsks. Na.v and Kit Ha van man hau J. K. Pohtman bought of Mussrs. W. chard, Oct. 2S, at i ji , and at Mny- - H. Tomlinson, Win. Hemdon, C. O. Miss Maim returned from a visit to II. Higgins and Thomas Mcltoberts thu wood thesamo day at 0:30 1: si. The Williams, G. W. McClure, W. It. Cresp, ll.uigliiium in Iloylu. Mn8 Flohkncb Mykih, who has been house on Lancaster street, occupied by next day. Oct. 20th, thoy will address F. F. Bobhitt, W O. Hansford ami R. J. tho people of the West End at Huston Breckinridge. very ill of peritonetis at her grand fath- Dr. It. C. Morgan nnd other, for vine, neginnmg nt 1 v. si. inn same Tho grand jury has returned but five er's, Mr. It. Cobb, is convalescing. night they will speak at Junction City indictments to this time three against V. Cm no it i) are the Mit. anu Mitf J. Cauiioll Uailuy'b mare was taken the negroes who shot J. L. Ynutis and g tests of Mra. Thomps 1). ltaney and from tho hitching plnc nnar the Coffey Jim hsniiiY, thu negro who was sent one each for murder against West King, 8 'em aB happy us the days are long. House stablo and ridden out thu Somer- from here for lifo for killing his wife, for kil.ing Miw. Mattix Di'nca.v and Mi5 Jennie Frank Fish, and Win. Pleasset plko. She was turned loose nnd writes to his lawyer, Mr. It. C. Warren, ants for killing Alex Williams. D.mcnn, of Garrard, visited nt Mr. J. S. to remind him of his prom isu to got him Tho case of Can Turpin, one of the neHiker's and Mr. 1C 0. Warron's Wed- - came back Wednesday morning. tw Tiik new election law not only pro out if ho behaved well. Ho says ho bos groes indicted for shooting J. L. Yantis, ufliay. W. S. Siil'i.t, superintendent of ugen- - vides for thu secret ballot, but requires dono so nnd Mr. Warren's part of tho was on trial tho most of yesterday. At HL coutract should now bo filled. Jim is at XiP tB ' ,0 '"IV"',! Savings, Loan A that tho polls be closed at Foe it O'clock Eddy villo now and will likely remain. its conclusion Mr. R. O. Warren moved the court for peremptory instructions to imiiiiirg uo. is nero mu guesi oi ins rel- in tho afternoon. Voters should boar ative, W. It. Mcltoberts. this in mind nnd go to tho polls in time Resides killing his wife, it is almost cer acquit, as tho testimony bad not contain that he killed Anderson Carr'sfath nected his client with the oifimse, and Ukv. W. K. Aitsou) was called to A minute after 4 will bo too late. er, though it could not he proved on tho alleged confession had not been Tuesday, to attend the llourbon county, Countv Claims. G. B. Cooper, clerk, him, nnd ho had already served n term made in open court. Tho judge was bedside of his aunt, Mrs. I. M. ilicklc, has filed for publication, the list of fjr bigamy. He has been gone about 10 about to do to, but granted Judge Sauf-lewho is dying of cancer. and tho Commonwealth's attorney Mils. W. It. Dillion chaperoned Mi.sk-e- s c'lims allowed at the late term of court. years nnd says he longs to see his old homo again, but wo haven't heard of time to show causo why he should not. Annie Wallace ami Mattiu McCor-mac- Tin amount is fS.i50y.52, against anybody sighing to have him return. They could not find any sufficiently satlast year, a decrease of SI, of Paint Lick, and Virgio Uallnrd isfactory und the instructions to acquit to Dillion for n chestnut hunt, Wednes- This is doing well and we are promised The recent purchasers of tho Portmau were obeyed. Turpin is yet to be tried even better things next year. day. property, north of Main street and front- for breaking into Mr. Yantis' smokeK. 0. HotTKii, bf Ijitonin, and Carroll 1'n it new money order olliees in this ingon the Lancnsttr pike, are fencing Off house. sUblta, Held, of thu Hashford-Mauo- r Louiavllle, were hero Tuesday looking at section nre Corbiu, Itowlnnd, Science their respective lots and within tho next W. A. Coffey bought of Mrs. Mary Hill, Jnmrstown, Ilrynutaville, llurnside, ten days thu new street through tho Homo of Hon. G. A. LackoyV thoroughLilly. McKinney. Mnrydell. Mt. Vernon property, to bo named Portman Avenue, Huston 40 acres of land near McKinney breds. and Silver Creek. This will bo of great will bo opened. This street extends for 82,000 cash. Dk. 1). E. Pkoctoh, who has beeu pracPoor A Embry Bros., of Garrard and ticing medicine at Rowland, will go to convenience to the people, especially in from its beg;nuing point on Lancaster Jessamine, have bought up to date 2,700 Louisville to morrow to attend a course sending money to the Intuiuoii Jouiinal. pike westward towards the Danville pike feeding cattle nnd hnvo them at various go und invest at once in a about 1,000 feet, to the land of Mies Ma uflecturrx. He will not likely return to If you owe us, The prices paid ranged money order to tho amount. intervening distance distilleries. ry Varuon. The ltowland. between its terminus and tho Danville from 2A to .1c. Ji'iiok J. A Piiillii'S, wife and daugh-teranTut: entertainment to oe given nt It is reported that Messrs. Henry piko is about 1,200 feot. We aro inform MUs Luln Phillips, of Monticello, Walton's Opent by the House, and Robert Tilford, of Louisville, have ed that Miss Mary Varnon and It. C. wero guests of the Colley House WedV A. M. Society of Stnnford Female Warren willjtender to tho city council a oilered Mayor Grant, of Xew York, the nesday, on their return from Cincinnati College, assisted by Miss Olivia W. through their lands for presidency of a Kentucky distillery at a nnd Klrksville. claps in elocution, promises to be per year for livo yearr. ....- - -about 000 feet of this distance, provided salary of r is i. it iiu.n. i'. u. j.iiMioiuK n uubviiiu uuiu one of uniiNiul iuterest. Tho young la The Advocate says: J. C. Caldwell, tho council will open tho street to tho the legislature is duo to the fact that he dies have been practicing nearly a month agent, sold at miction a trtct of laud at has n very sick wife, who had to be tak- and as practice makes perfect wo may Danville pike. The remaining distance Cove Spring, ou the Harrodsburg pike, en to the Norton Infirmary, Louisville, expect to see p good performance. Gen- of nuout :00 feet is over tho land of Miss occupied by Mrs. S. P. Eastland, to W. for treatment. .She is improving and hopes eral admission 'Si cent'; children under Mary Varnon and the heirs of Mia L. Reod, nt $01.00. Also to Granville Mies Varnon likew!se odors the Helm nre entertained for her early recovery. der P-- 15 cents; reserved seats 10 cents y for about of thin, Cecil, a tract of HJJ acres of land on the for oun or "0 cents for two. Reserved leaving only that portion which is over Harrodsburg pike, 4J miles from CITY AND VICINITY. seats can be had of W. H. Mcltoberts at at $111). the laud of the Holm heirs to bo acquirtho Dhxllino for rent. Mrs. X. A. Tyree. ed. The street is CO feet wide nnd if Tajky Candy. To four pounds of Catt. H.Miitv CiiAMiiKits, though bad- opened from 0110 piko to tho other, will white sugar add onu quart of water, To day is Columbus day a legal holly hurt by being knocked from his train bd a very beneficial and useful one to place over a clear fire, stir till the sugar idayand the banks will be closed. near Williamsburgby a thug, because ho tho city in many respects. It will open is dissolved and boil it to the "crack;" .territory for urban Aitlks. Hand picked winter apples would not stop at a station not down on up a considerable J give a far when tho sugar is nt the better route a pound of good, sweet "ball" add half tho schedule, is not fatally so, as was at residences. It wil for sale by Oharlfs Knhslin, Ottenheim. butter, cut in first thought. Dr. Peyton says his skull of travel northward from tho centre of nieces, stir until tho butter is melted nnd present Judok T. L. Siiblton has added a cou- is not cracked and that ho will soon bo town towards Danville than tho croesiugj thoroughly incorporated in it. Flavor s barber shop at all right. As his train was going at 50 route and avoid the dangerous ple of with extract of vanilla or lemon, and, to.his miles an hour when the dastardly deed of the Danville pike over the railroad at when cookeil to tho "crack," pour Rowland. it upwas done, it is almost a miracle tiiat bo tho west end of town. It will bring on a buttered slab, and, when cool A. T. Mahtin is moving his stock of escaped death. He has been taken to about 50 families nearly a half mi'o, enough, cut it into squares or tablets. goods from Mnywootl to Leathers' Stoie, his homo in Louisville. Two men have some of them more, to tho common in Anderson county. For moro than 2,000 years, u dressed beeu arrested for the crime, but Capt. school building. Wo also understand s ii Chambers was not able to Bay either was that Mrs. Catherine Bailey likewise ten- stone, containing 12,022 cubic feet, I eiug and Klkoant assortment of cloa over her land for an 7lxi;l feet in sue, has rested on pillars ders a one wanted. nks' the wraps just received at 8. II. extension of tho proposed now street in a quarry at Ba ilbac, in Syria. It was Call and see them before tho stock is A S0M.VAMuu1.ibT. Lulled to sleep by eastwprd to Logan Avenue. Seldom in intended for the foundations oi the tembroken. the hlow and holenin motion of Capt. the history of Stanford has such an op- ple of the sun, a mile or more distant, to ... Lkt every democrat who can get to W. II. Kirby'a train on the K. 0., a lit- portunity been ofl'ered for an extension which four stones nearly as large veie town come out nnd hear Gov. McCreary tle boy gave an exhibition of his heredi- of streets, the benefit of which every one actually transported, m He will begin al 1 i. tary somnambulistic tendencies by walk- recognizes. The cost of acquiriug tho speak At thu recent conversazione of the ing otl the car some distance befoio will bo hut a trifle compared M. sharp. ' reaching Lancaster Tuesday afternoou. with tho great advantages which will re- Royal Society, Dr. Gill projected on the O Half fare rates can bo obtained to- His motner, who had also succumbed to sult from the opening of tho street, and screen a photographic star map containday to attend the Columbus celebration the tlrowsy god, did not miss the boy we appeal to our city fathers not to lose ing the images of about 42,000. As evnt Louisville. Tickets good to return to till she got to Lancaster and then tho tho opportunity. Those who know say ery star is a sun, we may inler theremorrow. captain ordered the engineer to go back that the topography is such that no im- from something concerning the immenand hunt for him. A woman had found mediate McAdamizing and but little sity of tho scale on which tho universe Liu Gkkkn and Charlie Zimmer were him and was bringing him to the train. giading will bo required for some time is established. thrown from a horse thoy were riding Ills scalp vns quite severely cut by fall- to come; not until tho town is able to Qood Looks. Tuesday afternoon and each now has an ing UomI IooVs (re moie than aVm deep, depending on tho rocks, but otherwise ho was bear thu cost. ugly gash in his head. upon a healthy condition of jll the vital organs. It uninjured. He is a eon of Mrs. Itichey, the liver be Inactive ou have a bilious look, it ycur stomach be dltcrdcrcd you have a dynptptic Rev. Georgo W. Dunlap, wife and look and if your kidneys be affected you FAiutia A Haiidin have bought of Mr. of Sullivan, HI., who was coming to visit have a Inched look bpcure your health and you Mill "jj& J, X. Menefee his house and live acres friends at Rowland. She says un uncle children arrived yesterday and K good look. Klectric Hitters it the great all ave of tho boy was noted for his somnambu am lor Mr. Dunlap will begin a meeting of 10 tcr.ttHe and tonic, acts directly on these vital orof grouud on School-noue. Preaching will gans Cures pimplrj. blotches,K boils andghesa possession in a few listic feats nnd others of thu family are days nt the They will take good completion Sold at A Penny's drui; similarly allected. begin at 7 o'clock. Everybody invited. ttorc, 1'J cents per bottle days. mi-Wee- Interior Journal Cons Shock twiuu nt McKfnnoy SL tools and fence BroH.' W.RJilrJlOBBHTS, DFscraaiST, Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford . Call and secure Bargains. Apti-cotsn- nd BEAR OF aSsisoutors' As Kieculot's of llw will of S we will cu POST-OFFIC- E jH,OOM. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Sal V. STOCK, CROPf &C. Saturday, Oct. 2ft!i, 1892, All persons indebted to tho estate of George Vaughn, dee'd, will please call and pay their accounts AH persons having claims agninst the will present them prop-rl- y proven Givens, deed, 6o4t W. A. HAIL, Kxor. Ceo Vaughn, deed. es-ts- y, court-hous- y 1 At the late residence of drcedent. In Lincoln county, Ky., sell at public auction the following it personal property, Two llrood Mares in foal to a Jack; 3 JIule,S hful ot tows and Calves 7 head of Hogs and 30 old Celdtnc;, a good work Shoats, one Horse, also 15 stacsa of good timothy Hay and about 00 shocks of Corn; Farming Implements, consisting ol Wood Hinder, Wood Mower, Thomas llay Rake, Cutting Harrow, Kollcr, twoa-hors- e Wagons, a Iluckboard and Spring Wairon, Corn I'hiiter, a Wheat Drill, and various other Farming Uiennls. A credit of 3 months on note with good Terms srcurity, with interest from d ate. bale will bein promptly at a 30 n. m. fifct) I' OIVENo, -- De.ler In Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Confectioneries, &c. Hat with him a first class baker and can furnish read, Cakes and the like on short notice. S;. Good We desire to sell our Farm For Sal. I arm near McKinrty, Containing : 100 : Acres, (itiglnu-house- (, 1. 68 S. W. OIVKNS, Fxecutors. SCRBKK, lGx-1- poat-oflice- 1 spring house, large pond, Xc. All unded good fence, t all 011 or address J. M. HKOWN A-- WIFE, We will Fay the aboe reward for any case of Near McKinney, Ky. I.wer Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation or Costiveness we can not cure with West's Vegetable Liver Tills, when the directions are strictly complied with. Thoy are purely vegetable nnd never fail to give satisfacJ T.CHAUWICK, I On Pi tit ion. tion. Sugar coated. Large boxes, containing 30 s pills, 35c licware of counterfeits and imitations. KATIE CHADWICK, The genuine manufactured only by The John C. The petitioners have this dav fib-- ihpir ru.ilttnn West Co., Chicago, 111. For sale by A R Penmteo1 said court, asking that said J"JC I" ny. 93;tyr Katie Chjdwick be empowered to use, enjoy, sell and convey for her own Ocnclit any property she may own or hereafter acquire free from the debts or claims of her husband, to make contracts, sue and be sued cs a single woman, trado in her own naree and dlsnose of her nmnertv hr H1I n .1.. I am receiving one of the most elegant lines of It Is ordered that notice of said action be publishever handled in btanford, scltct M1LI LIN1-Ked in the JoinfiAL, a newspaper in Stanedwlthan tspcual view to the wants of this ford, Ky.,Intkriordajs for ton trade Miss Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an expe. my hand tills Oct id. 1807. oiven under rlenced trimmer. Is with me this season and I JAMES P IIAILKV. guarantee everything to bo in the latest and most Clerk ncoln Circuit Court. '5 approved fashion The ladies are invited to call and examine my goods, which I will take pleasure 111 showing. MISS LICCIL IIEAZLIY. 6j Well Improved, 45 acres toco In wheat. It has a No. 1 dwelling on It, good barn, buggy house, ice home, cabins In yard, two wells, fine, spring and 500 REWARD. Lincoln Circuit Court. d TO THE Ii ADIES. t Lincoln CircuitCourt. ) Kxnarte $1,-00- 0. FUBiLIC SALE Farm, Stock and Crop, Farming &c. ' I M. E. IIAILEV, Plaintiirj vs. I. H IIAILEV, Defendant. I k, $10,-OtlS.- m m - The petitioner, M. E. Ilailey, has this day filed her petition in the clerk's office of said court, asking that sind M. E Halleybo empowered louse, Utensils, enjoy , sell and convey lor her own benefit any property she may now own or Desiring to retire from a tive business, I will on free from the debts or claims ofhereafter require, her husband; to make contracts, sue and be sued as .1 single woman, trade In her own name ana dispose of her property by v ill or deed. It is further ordereJ of Stanford In that notice ol said action be published in the Intemiles north-weAt my ho ne Lincoln Ltninty, K.y., sell Ht public auction to the rior Journal, a newspaper published In Stanford. Ky , lor ten days I highest bidder my entire property, Given under my hand thio October jth, tSga. J AS. I. II At LEV, My 4 Clerk Lincoln liruut Court Land 111 LinOf some of the very host coln county, finely I in nro vol in every resnect. It has n beautilul frontage on the Suinfmd and Dan ville turnpike, In a mot excellent neighborhood, with no objectionable surroundings, and altogeth1 will sell privately my Farm of at Acres, 1 mile er Is one of the most pleasant and desirable homes from Crab Orchard, on the Manlord pike. It is in this section of the State. gold land and well Improved with good dwelling, My personal property, viiand barn, vineyard, water, Ax I all on me on the 17 head ot fat Cattle, iz milk Cons, eight Steers and Heifers, a well bred Short- premises or address me at Crab Orchard. 6i" horn Dulls, 5 Cahes, 30 Southdown F.we 1 yearlJOHN DE NAltDI. ing- and 8 Southdown lamb Hucks, 35 fut Hogs, 50 tine Shouts, O llrood Mares, 2 yearling Colts, 1 vearling Filly by Pence, 3 work Horses, 3 work Mule, 2 yearling Mules, at the shock. 11 acres ot Corn to be measured 300 bushels if Wheat 40 bushels of Rye, 6 stacks of Hay, a Deering Hinder, Hav Kake 1 (Jrain To have jour photographs taken. Ho 'keeps un orn nanier, uooticr urni, 1 Drill, 2 .Mowers with all tho and a lot ol oth Dlx Cutter, Reaper, Machinery and Imple er miscellaneous tannin? ments and all my Household and Kitchen Furniture. And will give you good satisfaction. rermscash and remainder Farm for A.J KARP.htanfW. in tuneiiual annual payment, with interest from dayoisalo Personalty on a credit till January 1, 1J03, except for sums under (lu, which must be paid in cash. j. ii. 6s kuiu Capt A I. Talbott, Auctioneer. Thursday, Nov. 3, 1892, 1 st to-w-it: Farm of 300 Acres, lllue-Urass IFarsn For Sal. 1 Go to Earp's Art Gallery 1 1 1 1 'sclf-rake- r) Latest Improvements. 'J- - cne-thir- d MONUMENTS Of.all kinds, 32T3C11 tor's Oi Sale. I d FARM. STOCK & CROP. As Executor of Wm G. Woods, deed, will, on Made and Set Up in All Parts of the Country. No Agents employed. Sum-mor- s' Tuesday, October 25, 1892 Sell at public auction at the late residence of said Wm U. Woods, In Jessamine county, Ky, on the Lexington, Harrodsburg & IVrrywIle Turnpike road, 3H miles Irom Nlcholaivlllc, 3 aged mules, 4 horses 11 head of Iceding cattle, 10 head toung cattle 4 milk cows, 15 head of feeding hogs, tanning implement.', household and kitchen furniture, 35 acres of hemp in stack, and 35 acres of torn in the shock Also at tho same time and place, I will sell to the hishot bidder the farm lately owned by the oods, said Wm (. l6m W. ADAMS No.4 & llroudway, Lexington, Ky. SON, right-of-w- ay 1 r... C. 30. FQTanso,, -- PSALER IN- - ri, General -:- - Merchandise, ! right-of-wa- ono-fourt- h g, CONTAINING 330 ACRES. This farm is welHocated, in a high state of cultivation and is sery desirable home 'I lie land is highly productive unci well watered. There is a gooddwelling housoof 7 rooms, barn, granary, all uecesnary outbuildings und stock scales. TERMS For personally All sums less than $20, cash will be required, for all sums over that Puramount, a credit of 90 days will be given chasers will execute notes with approved security before the propert) is removed. For the Land lj is to be paid cash ; thu balance in one and two vears, with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from date of sale until paid. A C. WOODS, EVor 64 Id 11 And Country Produce, Has opened lus stock df goods and U ready to serve the people of Stanford and vicinity. tng unheard of llargalns nnd all who He is offer want goods at tho lu est possible price, should him on Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pike post-oMic- - BANKS THE JEWELER, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of bath-room- PUBLIC SALE MRD. STOCK MD CROP. Watches, Clocks m As Executor of George Vauzhn, deed , I will sell at his I ite residence 2X t miles from btanfoid on Crab On hard pike, on right-of-wa- y Tuesday, Nov. 1st, 1892, lhe following properly, to.vwl . Jewelry And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. ' All goods sold engraved freo of charge, 'Ji patronage respmfully solicited r'our k The Farm of ai6 Acres Of goo l land, well improved; has good resideuce, barn and other outbuildings, and water, and adjoins the lands ol S. 11. Shanks, J .. I.jnn and A. K Moberly. cash; balance in one and Terms tun years with interest Also right-of-wa- y ,! four llrood Mares, a Mares and Colts, i good Jenwork Horse, Jennet and Colt, i net, al'own and Calres, 40 Esei, aSouth(on old Heiter, 1 njivi and la Shoats, Hucks, 1 about 20 acres of Corn in the field, S stacks limo. ihv Hav. a ulacks of Oats, a Mowinir Machines. ! Hav Rake, e Reaper, 1 Wheat Drill, 1 Rockaway, a lotvof Fence Posts, 11 standi Dees, f and all other alotol llrick, 1 Harrow, 2 Ws.-oFanning Implements usually fouudona 1'irst ilasi farm, and sttl-Rak1 1 ONE fiSSSSSbs FARE Round Trip HARVEST : EXCURSIONS, AUG. 30 and SEPT. 27, -- fOR Till". Forty-Nin- e . to-nig- se court-hous- I THE "WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINE.V the First National of Sta ford, ii 111 the aiton Will run low rate llarvt-s- t Excursions on above National of M Joseph Mo., and 10 In First Na- dates to points in Minnesota. Montana, North and South Dakota. Tickets will be good twenty (jujt tional of Fort Scott. Kansas privileges, At the same time and place I will sell S good days from date of sale, with stop-ovw ell bred old, Colls, to points west of .t. Paul and Minneapolis llrood Msres and some and Fillies. for lull information, address any U tho Comps. and nme nice yearlings ny's representatives, or Terms made known on day of sale W A. HAIL, ' J AS C POND, , ,'Oen'l Pass, andlicket Agt ,C hi Hgo HI. Executor George Vaughn, deed j Shares of Bank Stock 14 icn In the Funucrs llank Si Trust Co. and in er ...St. Jkv I wNiiLi eMBBrMisB FA rr ' . . - w- - - W", "-pr- jxxJTfTF B jWW 4H - - Semi-Week- ly Liv.1 Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, ELKIN Invitations nro out announcing tho We have recoived one car load ot that celebramarriage of Miss Elizabeth Buchanan to ted Kanawha Salt from Virginia, which it the Mr. John Henry, of Knoxville, TennesPubllabod Every Tuoadny and Friday AT belt on earth for aavlng meaU. (five us a call see, at the home of tho bride on tho Like garden flowCrs tho little ones grew, $U PKli. YMAB rT .A.UVA.NC1C Nurtured and trained with tho tenderest care; and wo can iaeyou money. 27th lust. Warmod by love's sunshine, bathed in its dew KNOX, STEPHEN'S . not so paid $2.00 w be eharsred.jrl Thero wrro four nddltionn to tho t They bloomed intti beauty, like roses rare. Hamlltori'i old itand. Rowland. Kv. Sunday. Baptizing SunBaptist church Hut one of the boy grew weary one day, day aiteruoon at Cedar creek. Also live SALE. And, leaning his head on his mother' breast, additions to tho Presbyterian church at will toll privately my I armnl $. Acres on the He said, "I am tired and can not play; Danville fthtanford pike, three tittles irom Walnut Flat. Let me sit aw hile on your knee and rest." It is well Impioved, with ilwellinp of five She cradled him cloje in her fund embrace, Mr. James Yuntin sold his farm on niomn, new bnrn aud all neceuary outbuildings; MANAGURS, fROYALIK'MJ V alto has fine sprinfr Call She hushed him to sleep with her sweetest song, VIssMsWk.JLflMKIssWr in the Lancaster piko to Mr. Grove Kenne- or addrcts me at btaiiford,onkr ou the nrcmltc And rapturous love still lighted his face Commerce Building, Louisvillo 61 KUOENE KEI.I.KY. dy and " ill return to his old home in GarWhen his spirit had joined, the heavenly throng Agents throughout the South. rard. Wo regret losing ono of tho counThen the oldest girl, with her thoughtful eyes, ty's best citizens. Who stood where ' the brook and the rier HUE AN I) STORM A gay party of kids from your city meet," W. A. TRXBBLE, Local Agont, Mole softly away into ParndIo passed through town Monday nftotnoou, ALFRED ALCORN LEWIS. reached her slender feet, Kro "tho river" had STANFOKD. KY Representing nfter having searched the knobs for While the father's eyes on the grave are bent, On another page of this edition we A number of parlies from chestnuts. The mother looked upward bcyound the skies; Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., print a picture of a very distinguished hero have llkowipo indulged, nut came Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. "Our treasures." she whispered, "were only lent, editor and above wo present that of a back empty handed. Our darlings were angels in earth's disguise." Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, very remarkable one. Ho is one of the paMr. Tom Scott, of Somerset, The years Hew by and the children began ins. Oo. ol lNortn America, ' few republicans who has over resigned With longing to think ot the world outsido; tient of tho Keeloy Institute, became an ofllce, and is therefore a curiosity. Companies. are And as each, in his turn, became a man, involved, Sunday morning, in a dlllicul lieAll of which watt on in i friends in this line. would IN THE- pleased to J'ol. The boys proudly went from the father's side Mr. Low is was getting $3 a day from tho Will insure against tornaty with a colored employe of tho Insti- icies promptly issued. llirhtnlng The girls wero women so gentle and fair does, wind storms and government, but gave it up to resume Melanin? claustute, in which Mr. Scott was cut across es attached without additional charge That lo ers were speedy to woo and w in ; the editorship of tho Somerset republiOffice at First National Hank Stanford Unking Powder H chest ol And with orange blossoms in braided hair, A Cream of Tarter tho abdomen anil is Berlously, but not fa all in lessening strength Latest United State can, w hich recently suspended. Theold home was left, new home to begin ok Tin: tallv hurt. Government Food Ileport. He was born in this county of demoSo, one by one. tho children have gone Miks Litlu Edmiston aud Dr. E. M. ROYAL HAKINO POWDERCO, CHOICEST CHARACTER ii)6 Wall street, New ork. cratic parents, who raised him in the Thebojs were five and the girls were three; F. D. ttlLEY, Proprlotor, Estes, of McKinney, wero married at tho And the big brown house is gloomy and lone. nurture and admonition of that good homo of her father, Mr. John Edmiston, a thi: With but two old folks for its company. K. I. LOCAL TIME CARD. London, Kentucky. old doctrine, but he wont astray in early nt They talk to each other about the past, hich noon, Wednesday, Rev. R. B. I have moved to my new Hotel and am belter life and we fear thero is no help in him. Train naves Rowland at 7 oo a. ro., returning they sit together in eventide. As Mahony, of Stanford, otllciating. Only prepared than ever tu accoinmodatn the public Ho is n dashing, fearless kind of a felAnd say, "All the children w e kept at last, their immediate friends aud relatives Good I.ivery attached and every convinwoct dV 5rL&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. sired. Uitcmeacall. Are the boy and girl who in childhood died " low and will mako tho journalistic field A full lino of the Choicest Fruits FRANK Rtl.KY. woreprestnt. Iho britlo was attired in II -- . .. 9 P" 'From the selections of the editor's dear, deAd in Somerset lively enough. atl tram going North and Vegetables and Swan's Down opm wife, and printed in loving memory of her.) blue serge antl hat to match and looked South Notice to tho Traveling Public. Flour can be had at "SSpn Express train" South unusually well. After a sumptuous FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. North tsm hac had am WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. 659 Local Freight North lunch thuy left ou tho noon train for 5upm South. P. V. Green bought of LeslioSharpe Ixmisville to return in a few days to tho HOUSE The latter trains alo carry passengers. Court of claims is in Bession this a Goods Delivered Freo of Ohargo. pony for $oV. homo of tho groom, nt McKinney, where The above ncalculated on standard time. Solar week. At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and me is about so minutes faster Terms, 30 Days. saWill Hays sold to J. H. liruot eovoh ho is in the drug business. Miis Lida is have in connection with Hotel one of the Rev. W. B. Katis flled the pulpit nt loons In tho State, open day and night , a uii;ht Southdown owes at $7. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. ono of our most attractive young ladies man meets all trains In connection with Hone tho Btptist church last Sunday. best Mineral wells the have also use ol H. W. Gaines sold to JosTiph Hallou and socially sho will be C. V. Leutor was at Jacksboro, Tengreatly missed. and for reference the waiwr, call oa Mr in and Mate to Mr. Trains pass Junction City as lollows Fast a mule colt for $70. C bnecial iraoain A MYERS HOUSE Wo extend hearty congratulations and G W 1'atncL. Louisville. Mr and Mrs. Fleyd l)r nessee, last weok, attend hip circuit Krln, Tenn., A A. Warren, Stanford, m . New Orleint Limited 3 17 P m.; Mail Prow itt it Wood bought of J. A. brst wishes. T) E. t'roctor, C II ilnaitm. Mr and Mis T W court. Special 3 40 pm m,.. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mr 1' 11. Jutmto. 3CX Northbound-- Q AC Special j 06 a ra.; K. J. Smith was down from Jullico Dudderar 20 ewes at $8 30. ag Miss Eddie Chivol is visiting friends New Haven, Jim Cus, Griiari(. Rates it per Grass Special 6 00 a m , Cincinnati Limited t Bruce & Yettger bought of Judge in Jellico. Miosis Maud Pettus and Lu- stav. J M. Potrcv, iserk Give me a call last Sunday to set) one of our finest p. m.; rnst Mail a iS p.m. . . P. W. GREEN, Prop. I. W CARRIER, I'rnp W. It. Carson his pony for JOS. viy young ladies. lu McClurs hsvt; returned from a pleasrtSCEEtS?.? A. S. Bruce ifc Yedger bought of Htiph ant visit to friends at Burgin. Jameit Dr. V. F. Watkins is luiildtnu an TkMMable, whkh is run in oanettion with the ''.VHIZ- J3LT30 Myers llws, has been stiptttsed with DF.NTIST. I.. White Hays a combined golding for $110. ollice on the lot next to J. VWlirj SURGEON Henry and sister of laucuBtor, wero at Josiah Biphopsold to R. Cobb. Jr., Dr. Pettus' Sunday. Mrs. S. W. Iavin, twill deliver Icervtrv morninj; t families in A New Lot of & Son's Store, Main istreet, head's dru store. Office over Severance Horses, Carriages, r tad pwd.; 10 head of Stanford. feeders nt ;t eta. of Knoxville, in with her mother, Mrs. Stanford km pounu. at y cent. p. ' "! teuts, and Rev. Green Clay Smith, of Washthe rat'fur y tu Buggies, Wagons, under V IxhixiW at thi rate uf P. P. Nunnellry boimlit of W. II. ington, D. C, and Cols. John K. FaulkMrs. H. L. Abraham, in tho county. I call iwlil al rnuon l ilir Jo m I'rrssrr j And Drummer'. Srpi,.aaa; l bettor than ever i lwr f.ir wl.nh ner aud James T. Shackelford, of Rich- Miller Beveral head of butcher stulf at Brooks aud daughter, Miss Mollie, have Illrewinz C Celel.r.led W. B. PENNY", prepared la .pplr too psiblte with 2c. imiiicsi Wi: f ,rni. h t'i rum- - Br. r nine mond, are out on n fishing excursion. returned from quite- a lengthy visit to rite for prues K HRr MKK, s nfur, Kr Capt. Julian Vost bouuht of S J. IUG8 OH" ALL. KINDS. ijtf Our ollicers are keeping a close lookMrs. George Miller in Winfiuid, Kansas. Embry a bunch of hogs at 1'rrv.nal aissi rwsjmfst altoostoo (ivenlo WUlngs. Office South side Mam street, in office recently out for the man that knocked Captain l'ait..ssil lUrtakt Thoy also visiUnl her sou, Jim, in St. to I) cents. vacated by Dr. L F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. y J Chambers from his train, last Monday OKKRN. iraortetr MU44 Mary Nowlaud has return P. W. Green sold to Gentry Bro , A llUKN'S.MtMtoter' morning, livery endeavor mil oe useu of Lexington, a year-olcombined ed from a visit to Lexington. John Bai R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. to capture him. ley left this week for Louisville to lav gray gelding for J1S5. Mrs. J. C. Johnson died Sunday rilK STANHiRl) n supply of handsome winter goods DENTIST. N. J. Cone sold to John Tewmey & morning after a long illness. Shu was a Mrs. I). B. Edinieton left Tuesday for office, Lancaster street. Son, of Boyle, a mare mule colt for $M) ts moving to th lliggins Co. member of the Christian church and Nitrous OAe0Kn1u,cYe."raCUnSthe Norton Infirmary, Louisville, to be and a borne colt for StO. leaves three small children besides her Has tonirai ted wiih rtspiiille hross tor Us plants Cattle arc dull in Cincinnati at tn treatod. Will Benzley paid a Hying iMt husband to mourn her loss. and will hasc the In ad KlrctrH I'Unu coinplc IJ for best; hogj are in fair demand j t homo this week. "Dr." V. J. Edmiston, CRAIG, nil nialKiut slnyilaTS, the Water luni soon a f. DR. Attorney Gen. W. J. Ilendrick was of Louisville, and Henley McClure, 01 ter to 5 CO, sheep are quiet at 2J to fc. In order to ptacn indlvkUal contracts in prevented from speaking here last SatHomeopathic Physician, R. II. Bronaugh sold to Wm. More- - McKiuney, wero hero attending the wed e lor ater anu Meclrlc Likhi, the Comimiiv urday on account of olllcial business. cfTrrs the follewiK - - - KENTUCKY land, for Poor k Embry, IS feeders at ding of Miss Lida Edmiston to Dr. ltis, STANFORD, Necessary water pspe will b laid, connected to The time was taken up by G. A. Den-.lumans at actual cut ter pint and work 8 to 3 cents turn 10 hog-- averaging liGO, at 4J. of McKinney. Office Hours. 10 to "., to 3 p and Chas. Finley, who discussed Hcitrlr wires put la and necessary Allures fur rtished (in ot cvr;e Mack Cecil, of Mercer county, ' Office on Lancaster street.oppositecourt-house- . There Is no use of any snlfcrlng with the h uiJ jW the political issues of the day. To be of bust usalilv and . In lt- W m yearling mines lor Longer era when Chamberlain s Otic, Cholera au.l rIn it : ijj' tatisfatlion Paris Sharp shot aud killed Dulloy oougni It will gitc h'f rhiea Remedy can lr prucurcd rate is trwnijlojo iriesnieouieei auopt Bros , of Tennessee, at an average of in atpw minuies and cure In r short time. I ha, cent lower lhaa is ustsaMy kv tried it and know - W II. Clinton, llelmrtta N Falls Branch Jellico Coal Oo Webb at Mist Tennessee mines last $02.50. ). The epidemic at Helmetta was at first night. There was a woman the To Lkt. A nood house antl garden, Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. tu be cholera, but sutiMniuenl iRtmtimkM Miners and shippers of the GENUINE cause of the trouble. Both wero color pasture and stable and 50'acres for corn prmed it to be a violent farm of dysentery, Dwelling of rooms, one fnucsrl as dangernu. as cholera Thia resaedy was ed. Sharp waa arrested and his exam- to a careful and industrious man. Mm Dr. Hach additional room tnere with J. II. used I.. lUiurne, great success Fur bale byStani M and Optician, Kach additional faucet I oa Miller. sole agents for Stanford and ining trial set for Wednesday . it. Trrfand. We nre the ot Depot street and rail- ford, Ky Starts, lUnW aotl Private Osftces, laucct Soo Ofl'ue corner vaThe republicans are speaking at -- . A car of new ear corn was recoived llaths, private, one lauret . . 3 co road crossing, Muse attachment lor spunkier .. .. . It is net unusual for colds contracted in the tali HIGGINS - WATTS rious places in this county now and re- in Chicago Saturday last from Tuscola, 6 5J Mables, private, one aninuil a co to hang on all winter. In such etiw-- catarrh or Kach aeditiooal animal A S1 fuse to divide time with the local demo-ca- ts III. It was of good quality and sold at chronic bronchitis are almost suro co cent lotlle of Chamlicrlain's Cough Remedy will after they offered to bear their 10c free on board. cure any cold. Can you afford to risk, so much for Electric Light Rates. This remedy is Intruded es WILLIAM o small an amount part of all expenses. "The wicked llee MORELAND, ROWLAND, K., The Kentucky-brehorhe Dictatum I'or cemmercial user for bad colds aud croup and can always pecially Dealer in the above HARDWARE, when no man pursueth." They are won tho $0,000 stake at Cumberland lie depended upon. For sale by Dr. M I.. Hourne, One arc and Ihrre it c. p IncandeKcnt lamp DEALER IN GROCERIES, . Uruggist and Opticifi, Stanford. Ky t;aoa Vt'JM Orders for Cattle, Shoep and Hogs n., ,u . ,. cmiii ,ricIIH9.CUS llffri lloots ano Shoes, Cijars and Tobacco. Ohio afraid to have their arguments met in u Park, Nashville. He lowered the Ct KiverSalt for sale by the barrel. Will take coun- county Solicited Slock Cattle an I Sheep a Iptxially. jo 66 with 1,700 majerity. exchange for goods at market price. record to 2:11 J, try produce in Tho Firat Step. H Persons havni); any of the above described stork JJ .1 ' I am also agent for the old reliable Urodheail tocan't w wUhlUit tu pun base same, will do Wk.ll I'erhaps ou The Kentucky Lumber Co.'s planing At Lexington, life mm oil paintings sleep, can't thinkare run down, thlnir to eat au'l for saleur or baccos and will keep a full line of these goods your sat an on fifteen JJ Stanford For Reotdrnie Use: .tock.jndall I ask of the merchants of and will mill burned last. Friday at noon. The by A. Montgomery, of Nancy Hanks, isfactinn, aBd you cun'l do what aita ou. You to call in this address me An csperleiicetoofme and wonder sears business lias protit and Rowland is to give tne their orders (V. wirning, you are takinr the firt I think I can make t profitable both to the buyer For 1st toe. p Moo1tlseit knap per mo thegoodt In their hoises at Fact jry prices.a men wero away at dinner and before 2.04, antl Nutwood, 2.0, at $205 and should heed the prostration. ou need a nerve ami teller I O addrns htnford, Ky. S step into nervous I ask 10 'put hanking the public for liberal patronage, you will find the best they could get to it the fire was under SIO-- respectively. utftce at tne Myers House tonic and Hletlnr Uilttrs IS coutlnuonce of same and remain H-your obeJle nt Ik" addltwxtat " remedy for restoring our nervims system to lis $ HlI.ltKv, such headway it could not be stopped. J servant. For each I). C. Tcrhuue bought a oar load of uimal. healthy lOHditien Surprisiiir remits " Yux luithor infurmabOH, apply to Alteratise There wero several thousand feet of mule colts in Lawrenceburg, last Mon follow the ieof this Nerve Tonic and is restored EC. V IIAVDKN.Supl. K Vour apnttite return. roo1 diaestion tt BQKELL, dressed lumber under tho shed aud ono day aud shipped to Pennsylvania, prices and the lier and kidneys rewume healthy action Try a bottle I'nce 50 cents at A R I'enny's railroad car partly loaded on tho switch ranging from $25 to ?47.."0. AGENT REAL STANFORD, KY., drus stare. that also burned. Tho planes were D. B. Bealey sold to Lindsay Gul A Uttlo Glrl'a Exporlonco in v Light' House, Sign, Decorative Painter partly Ky. Houtio. insured, but the actual loss will lev, of Garrard, 30 hogs averaging 170 Mr and Mrs l.oren Trescottare keepers cl and Paper Hanger. have .juite a nom'itr of I ARMS lor sale ot the bo somewhere from $5,0QJ to 310,0U0. , ami artpounds at Ijc'and W. A. Adams a lot of (lav Lichthou. at Sand Itoach, Mich Estimates furnished Country work solicited i..intisin Lincoln tounty years old. I.at April very best blsxeed with a daughter. J. .Mat Smith and Mies Dlla Woods 1,050 pound cattle ttt 2c. inese rarms ire all well unproved an.1 stood she was taken down with nsoastoi, followed with a rKli lanils, ruamrifi in it from o tu Coo Acres il eloped to Jellico last Tuesday morning couch Richard Robinson bought of Ike atroad fill and al jo1 turmnc iHto a fever Onclors Coflsulerine thai . ocaliry. their richiiesa aod fcr LA'!ER J I trooMd her. but in sain. lility of soil, the cottv hnaic I. M. IJRUCK noetic- of turnpiliM and rail- - ' and wero married. The young lady's Philips an S year-olsvaa a mere jack for $100 and n alia " . ... ifruw wre ransdlv until she IS. L'.h.. . Milt tliat brinx market, rlk'nt to our ilimr, Ihey l .1. olTw, ri mother met them at the nine o'clock brood mare for tSO. He sold to Mr. & YEAGER, chea.wr than ,Ha Lan.U of any ,.,., coooly , and a"ht.f .7th. " wTle. wa;ecc,ple?lyr ArswJ. TW Dr, " """" a nd was about to use a 15 on her Philips a pair of mules for $200. trun ' RUU, newly made wi.h tornpske. L1VSRY, FEED AMD KrKtu way rs0Ju7,r,.roS,U.Uf7.T.!,,A8,,R but was preventMl'lkColts Wanted. I). C. , , puWll rwd jirrJ,loB Thw mt drug store Ienn ed by Deputy Sheriff W. L. Moore and hune will be in I.nncastei court lenni; the county seal that is not .1.Macaiiimiiv.1 v , - w... .1.. lm..iia .. t in., us iMi...it im.ii.. .1r mr 1, 1. .i it STANFORD. KY. ...1..,.I III! Marshal Boss, who happened to ho at with two men from Tennessee, to buy , " ........ ...1 "u..":: l rkL,M nl ;tVi..i. Il l R. dividing the county from Kasi in Vt and the .'7i.V.s sra siviuisi im si nan r C S R R Irom North to MMith, ihs K C. R R July 1st and re- the train. The young couple passed on two car loads of good mule colts. chol The abuse firm went into etTect tiiatioii showed that tlve disease waa not asse- - Irom this place to Cincinnati, crossmir the C (tO spectfully asks a shanj of the patronage of the to seek a violent dysentery which Is iiliiKHt more congenial clime. It is W. A. Hail has bought of the rest of era, but adaneerotis as cholera Mr Waller I - at Winchester, giving full iumi to the markets ol public. vereand whnl werid. Hcsidos, we have lbm large reported that the mother, who is a wid- the heirs the farm of the late George lunl a ,..- ... .. nniminent merchant of latnefbtirf. two the ur Mills ill that give us a market Ft nulla from llelmetla, xays siiaiiuicriisiii Colic. for all imr itraiH the ejiinlyhonii-- ; and the deseiop RIGS AND HORSES NEW right at ow, thought the young man was paying Vaughn, lying on tho Ctab Orchard Cholera untl Iiiarrhna Kerned) nas L'tscii xreai iiicnt cf the lAountatu regions el Kattern and satisfadion in the most severe cases of dysentery Have been purchased and nothing but first- las hU attentions to her instead of her pike and containing 210 acres at $30. Sonthea.Urn Kentucky bv sailrojdsand the out-It is certainly onn of the best thing eseriimde turnouts will lease Ih stable let south by railroad has created such a demand daughter and that was the causa of her L Thompson & McCarley bought of A. Kiiraaleby Dr M Ky ltourni. Druggist and Op for all kinds ( rereals and uroveiider that weean City tlcian, Stanford, seanely retain cnouph ler homcconsuinptlon. opposition. J. Hayden a lot of butcher stuff at 2c; Give I he people are prosperous, generous and kind, 37 oelieving in Christianity and education. Inure Flohai. and CimvsANTiiKMfM Kmiiiii- - of John Holmes a bunch of 1, is not a neighborhood in the county but has a SALE. and of John Stevenson a lot cattle at good church and Jl'NCriO.N'CITY, KV. tio.v at Cincinnati Kxoursion tictcets prosof Stanford, Have just erected new My Residence on Main Street, perous little the county scata.joo Lincoln, is a and is louse anu annuity aprepuedMarble and (.ranite will bo sold via tho Queen & . Crescent weighing 1,000 at lc. inhab.tants city of about to till orders for all the great doorway from the North and NorthStrayed or stolen, a little brown kind nt Marble and Granite work I Routo on dates of exhibit, November 8th in my The propeity is new has gmtd In Stanford east booth and from the Northwest to southeast, employ skilled svurkmen from the East. Imvafreight My maro from tho hitching pnU at Smith hos-lot and all necrssary outbuildings, and crass and standing as it dncs gaiing right Into the to lL'th, inclusive. Popular Organ ConSTANFORD, KY , VHII rW rX CIICII and I will not he mi. iiicludiUKa good stable. (iooJ tivtirn and dairy om of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern 3 JOK S. WKKJJIT cert every afternoon and Hallad Concerts Etnbry's shop. Any information of her and an abundance of selo t fruit It U one of the Kentucky backed up by the whole lllue (iravs demoM homc-- i in Maiilurd region ol the State with railroads running through ou Wednesday aud 1'riday evenings, will be thankfully received. J. P. Bush, liirot dcstrible J I! FOSTER 6; it 10 all points of the compass, makes it naturally Stanford. one of tne best located towns In the South for with noted singers and selections on tho manufactures and other enterprises of magnitude. is now Thos. E. Wood bought of Greeuber-r- y renovated I'l III.ICSA1.E Ol Triiis Hetel, and I intendami refurnished, so as to organ. All tickets good to return until Water Works are now being agitated and right to conduct it in uiy charge of a n.lle above the town about Bright 35 head of 1,300 feeders at 3:45; not only maintain its high reputation, but to add November loth. I). G. Dtl wards, U. I there could be erected Water Works with sery to its long list ol friends, Special accommodaof W. D. Snow a lot of 75 pound shoatH J3L little cost that would stitmlr a cltv of to.000 in nil Mm rooms for A., Cincinnati, O. tions for commercial trtvelers habitants with the purest and best sviter in the at 4 cents and of K. A. V hito a lot of the dlsploy of samples. svorld Our little city hss been newly rebuilt in I mil offer fjr s tie 011 Seven hundred voters registered at yearling steers at $1S. the last few years ami us business houses aril res A First-Clas- s idenceswill compare with larger Cities ol greater Saloon Middlesboro. with the democrats slightA. Hunn bought in Pulaski county and tradesmen are pretensions 15, '92, all prosperous Our merchant well We base two ROOMS attached. ly in tho lead. And IULUARDand POOL and doing 00 calves at an average of $3 50 per JOSEPH COKKKY the farm be- - banks with a capital slock nl $400,000 that arc Carpenter Uros. havesold 100South head. Ho also bought a lot of sheep at On loiiKlni: tu tne estate ol the Ule jonn i uruie, prosperous aud in a goou ronuition. We have splendid schools We have a Female down bucks at au avewgd of SlL'. Paris 2c. Mr. Hunn has handled over 500 consistini; o( College, a large brick building, with over ion pu Kentuckian. ol pits ill attendance and under the within tho last four months. ABOUT IOO ACRES, Prof. J M Hubbard, Is in a flourishing condi111 Prof. W. P. Rogers, of Wesleyan L The 23 head of standard aud nontion, We also have a Seminary that Is a good Danville and immediately as II Johnson, at Omaha, loved and engaged to standard trotters and saddlers sold at situated turnpike, apt, oil the north ol Danville,I'llKv school, with Prof best F Public School us heail. We II ill miles ant buildings in one of the Highest cash market price paid two girls. Ho compromised by going to public auction Monday, averaged 5150 This place hasonit a comfortable dwelhnc, a have section of the State, with over 100 pupils in this per head. E. W. leo sold to John Har- good barn and necessary outbuildinfii, besidci attendance, and with other good private schools, for Alaska with $1,000 ,of the school's mon- ris 100 owes at $4 and 50 at $3 75 per blacksmith shop and four tenant houses and with- you see our school facilities are excellent Having removed my liarber Snop to the Com of mile of a school bouse, and convenient in ey. mercial Hotel, I am We have elegant church builmngs, representing head. Advocate. to Danville, noted for Its educational facilities every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers The wife of "Glass-EyedCharley It looks as if Wood Green has got u This place Ii4ca !: one of the best springs In tne of Gas .class talent ind are doing a better business Prepared to Accommodate Ladies Henderson, tho confldenco man, who gold mino in On Time, tho great saddle county, convenient to both barn and dwelling, ami than any class of men in the city. as well as Gentlemen, will make a splendid dairy farm. This plate Is in I have tried to mike this statement as facts, &c, at "worked" Dr. llurke, of Hoyle, out of stallion ho recently purchased for $100. a splendid ncighborl-cohas a good physician svithout anv exaggeration or coloring, as those lo anything they may wish in my line. o scry desirablo who know will bear no out, and those who wish and a daien or living near, and Is altogether several thousand dollars, is under arre6t Ho will stand him nt $25 waited ou. till n tne. farm any one wanting to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate & CO,, more mures have already been booked place tor liberal and .luauc a small on day of site. F. M. known Tents at Atlanta for bigamy, but sho declares and promised. Ho stood last year at among a good people with all the best surroundW O PROCTOR. THOMPSON, ings would dn well to call and see me before pur STANFORD. KY. that her former husbaud is dead. AJmr., with will auneiixl, of J O ltruce chasing- elsewhere iyr $15. In Commercial InteriorJodrnbl THE CHILDREN WE KEEP. CRAB ORCHARD. The children kept coming1, one by one, Till the boys were five and the girls were thne, And the biff brow n house were alive with fun, Prom the basement floor to the old roof tree. To Til Farmers. John D. Cattleman. A G. I.anhsm ROYAL OP LIVEKPOOI.. insurance Company, 111 JL-- FARM FOll 1 Stan-for- BARBEE&CASTLEMAN 7 J. II. HAUGimAN, INSURANCE AGENT 11 POWDER Fresh Groceries! -- firit-U- 1 Absolutely Puro Greatest AlDundance 1 THE RILEY HOUSE X.OW3SSTPHXCES. 1 -- THE SIIEITQN JESSE I. WKAREN'S 1 1 lt Smiih-bmmd-- O lJlue-Grn- ss t.j D VEHY STi5LBI.E PRICE, ICE B3GEH. 7 wcll-t.nw- n y 1,000-poun- M 'DR I I I Dentist. - l.'S-pouu- d 1 fT A d 111 ', ''irlV, na-rir- KlftST-CIVS- a I - Water, Light and Ice 1 JOHN M. 1 I d- - A m 1 , 39-'- y Sat-urka- y &IIHHfVr i' wMmJrfW9Ilmi ed W,rtl;j ' t'' tunnil Original Jellico Coal. A- r-aj- iit 1 . . J IS. HILTON 111 I ton-sui- t. d M -- I j 57-y- r - SUSTIR T. BUSK, -- I tt-- ESTATE Stanford, - ( - I 11 1 3" D.-tro- BRICK d M 1, son-in-la- Ter-tla- xxy?Sl' uli-- iTtrooH 'V!r ..:. ... r,.R 1 ..,.. U- -' 1 them a Call. d 1 FOR Junction Marble&GraniteWorks a, school-hous- e THE COFFEY HOUSE -- -- ctr-de- n 1 JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. SM.S.LL FAHM? " thrw-foortl- is 1 Saturday, October thopremises.-'INOLKSIDK,- A 37--- CASH I prlrn-ip-lilu- I'ni-versit- y, nlil XA .1 " Chil-als- 6o-t- d - JESSE I Hotel. Vi-- -- .