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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892102801 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. ry ?w " -- v yy yyjKTiy y imp Wi ' igiwiwyiifwrwk iwffr&'if''"'' 'trWmW': ""' ryyrwwty, Semi-Weekl- y vol. XX. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 28. 1892. NO. 70 LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTV. DANVILLE. ' The court of claims wit iu Houston Monday ami Tuesday. Judge John V. HiiRheB, of Murcor, Monday nftr-uooBpoko at thu nttuntivo nnillunce. to a Inruo nnd Mr. Win. II. Smith is confined to his homo BUfl'erliiK with a enncur on bin face. Ho Is In a very critical condition. Mr. Hon Letohor, of Now York City, hi hero to boo his father, Dr. Lelclicr, who has been quite feehlo for the lust ' few days. The republicans completed tlioir tickat Monday and both parties now hnye candidates for everything in night. Now let the fur begin to liy. Davo tapan, of lloyle, one of the best men that ever livrd, was in LfiiKxnler the llrat of the week, livory-howho knows "Uncle Davo" loves him. On Mouday Master Coiiimiftrioner 11. A. Hurnside eold, 10 acres of land belonging to Kli.abeth Itlackerly, lying on the now Danville pike, for $8,831. Bet-ti- s Ilros. were the purchasers. Frank Tumor, about whom ho much lias been said lately, came In this week nnd compromised tho oah'H itcnint him. Frank Rays ho is going to settle down now nnd be a peauable, law abiding citizen. Hero's hoping. Mrs. Caipenter, of Florida, has purchased of the Misses Noel their residence on York street and will tako possession next week. Tho Misses Noel will inovo to Danville, where they will keep a boarding house. Mies Jessie Atkinson, who was tho guest of Miss Jennie Lackey, left WedMifefl ltyau has nesday for Richmond. returned toher homo in Lexington. 0. V. Anderson, of 1ouisville, is visiting his parents. Judge, It. I1. Jacobs, of Danville, was in town Monday on legal business. .Mr. A. C. Myers and family leave next week for Ixxington, their future home MifM .ua lhughman, of IJoyle, Is visiting her niece, Mies Nannie Sweeney. Mrs. Will lludginn, nee liorders, visited Mrs. C. 0. Storms, Monday. Miss Kliza Anderson is visitMrs. ing her relatives in Frankfort. Carpenter is visiting her sister, Mrs. U S. Gaines. court-house it --- 4m K wrn A u ' ,its 2feu.l - "m. ' jFc SWN. v "i "v. V Jjl Married, on the 80th Inst., by tho Uev. J. D. Brown, Mr. Geo. W. Brown to Miss Sarah J. Derrimter. The Cusoy county court of claims convened on Monday nnd continued Ita session until Tueskny evening. Wo lenni from one of the magistrates that tlie following allowances were made for salaries of the county ollleers: Couutv judge and county attorney, $420 each; Mrs. It. P. MuUooiirtin, Mrs. Bessio McGoodwin and Miss McGoodwin will receive their lady friends at tho home of the first named Friday, 23th iust., from 1 Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. toll I', m. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli, 1892. "v A Sweedish concert company, com- Full corps of Cfitiwrratory ami N'ormil School teacher. .Superior o.ire in Literature, Music and posed of C. A. Skoog, A. Emit Skoog, Vi-d- a An Kxcel'.ent boarding department Cattlogues and circulars furnlihed on application. Skoog, Aiex Entile, Geo. Lauuit has been engaged by tho Danville Young Men a Christian Association to ive an county superintendent StHS. entertainment at the Opera House Nov. On Monday tin re whs a pretty full 2d. attendance of tho jeotnanry of Casey Means H. G. Sandifor, E. II. I'irrce, tPm MxmZ' ii iiin- JOHN LOGAN t dy DAWSON After a long and useful life, Mr. John Logan Dawson, Sr., passed to a better life nt 7 r. h. Wwinesdny, in the STth yeHrnfhlsnge. In April, 18111, at our WILUAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. Ilinry.Jonte, of I)t, was hero Tuesday W. II. Tya and G. A. spoko in tho interest of democracy at Corbin Saturday. Geu. Green Clay Smith filled thu pulpit at tli Haptist church last Sunday morning and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Brack Graves spent night at Mrs. Graves' sisMrs. Frank Myers. ter's, Mr. Frank Freeman's wagon turned over with him last Saturday nnd hurt him very badly, breaking his hip, shoulder, rib and two fingers of one hand. His physicians Bay ho may recover. Tho Grubor family gavo two nice . musicals this week at the yearn old, Little Jojio, though only is the principal feature of tho concert nnd her music and dancing Is always creeled with applause. Mr. Sim ltalns is quite sick at his home in thiscounty. Mr. at'd Mrs. J no. W. Slier entertained about 550 of their youug friends at thuir homo lost Friday Miss Theo Hill has not been evening able to walk for tho lust week, on account of a sprained foot. Mr. K. M. llttguoly, our popular young druggist, ami Mis Ida, the eldest daughter of Mr. W. 0. French, of were married last Wednesday morning at tho bride's home. The con pie left immediately for Louisville, where they will remain for a short time, after which they will bo "at home" at Mr. J. M. Mahan'n, on Depot street. -JDon-ham court-hoiineUich-mond, -- udge request, Mr. Dawson wrote the following account of his life, which we give verbatim: "I was born in Lincoln county, Ky , on the 2d day of September, 1S00. My wife, Mary Ann Swope, daughter of Benedict Swope, of Garrard county, was born February IS, 1S18, and we were married July 10th, 1838. We ho have been married nearly 5il years, havo, raised 18 children, 10 of whom are now living, six sons and four daughters. All are married and hnvo families, except James J., tho oldest son. Have '.IS grand- nnd 5 dren. I had almost uninterrupted good health up to about live yearn ago, when I had a bad spell of pneumonia, which to minuted in bronchitis, and my weight of 810 pounds lias been reduced to 105 pounds. Myself and wife joined tho Christian church at Glvens' in tho year 1X17. In duo course of timo I was appointed a dcRCOti, which oflire I held until the death of my father, Elder Elijah Dawson, who died June 2d, 1855. Then I was chosen eider ami exercised that olllce with others until tho removal and rebuilding of the Christian church at Junction City. Then myself nnd wife united with the Christian church at Stanford. I was selected to become an elder in that church, but declined on account of my aire and nllliction. My father, Elijah, was born in Amherst county, Ya., and came to thin county witii his widowed mother and her family of (our children, two sons and two daughters, he being only ten years old when ho came. Ho married Sally, only daughter of James Logan, deceased, who was a pioneer from Virginia in an early day to thiscounty. Ho died in 1S2S and was buried in tho old Buffalo burying-groungreut-graml-c- county. In the afternoon h full houte listened with close attention to the able neither of Dr. Ed M Nell, of Columbia. The doctor presented the republican bide of tho issue with much ability and in such n courteous mannur that the inosi intense partisan on tho opposite side had i.o urouuds to take o (reuse at any word or sentence he uttered. The Columbus day exercises at woro a complete success and everybody, except two or three chronic croakers, were delighted. In behalf of the veterans who were there on that occasion, I would tender tho heartiest thanks to Brofs. Hun" and Allen and the people of Middleburg for the honor nnd Kiudncf-- shown us and wo will long remember them. Tuera were eome 30 or 35 soldiers present, representing tomo five Kentucky regiments and one Tennessee. There wero members tof tho Kentucky cavalry, 3d and 10th infantry and also tho 8th and Uth cayalry; there was also a member of the 1st Eaht TcnueMce regiment of Col. It. K. Byrd, present. Lieutenant James J. McKinnoy, of the loth Kentucky infantry, Mt. Salem, than whom no truer soldier ever wore tho blue, being the ranking ollicer present at the time of forming the line, commanded us. It must be understood th.it Lieuten-inMcKinney did not intrude himself as a commnnder, but was requested by men of tho opposite political party to nBsume command as ranking ollicer nnd as a testimony to his gallantry as a soldier. The great truth is that Middleburg s has a high school and if nourished properly will bo nn ornament to tho county of Casey. If it could only survive local, partisan ami religious jealousies, It would be on a firm foundation. Mid-dlobu- rg Ed Fiaig and Eugenu A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER have In Cum- gray-haire- d s t first-clas- MIDDLEBURG, 0ASEY COUNTY. Jiev. M. A. Middleton preached Dead wood Sunday. at d. My mother, Sally, had four brothers, John, Robert, Batey and Matthew, nil GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS BURGLARIZED $25 Reward for the Arrest and Conviction of the Parties. Ckmi Orchard, Oct. '27. On Mouday ove last a party of five strange men wero neeti prowling around Urepn llriar Springs and just before dark wero seen again on tho knob above the springs playing cards. Ono of thesp men woro a blue coat and had'n black mustache nnd another woro a light striped or checked coat. That night six iooiiib nt Green llriar wero broken open and ritled. Tho articles know n to be taken wore combs, toilet and laundry soap, lanterns,, bed clothes uud comforts, knives, forks, etc. in largo quantities. Lnto that night these five men wero seen to pass Dripping Springs going tho road toward Stringtown arid some were recognized as hailing from around Boon's Gap. The same night Mrs. Adams, nt Dripping Springs, had all her chickens htolen, taking the chickuns and leaving tho heads, also a pair of check roinB and n bridle. 1 will pay a reward of $ 23 for tho arrest and conviction of the parties who broke into my house orwill pay a reward of f 10 for tho arrest 'and conviction of any ono of said parties and will also givo to said party who arrests and convicts thorn all the articles recovered. 1). G. SLAl'OltTKJt. now dead. Batoy Logan's sons, Dr. Davo Hobert and Allison, are living in Boyle county and aro tho only Logans known to bo akin to the Dawson family in this part of tho country." Mr. Dawson rotalued his mental faculties to tho last and heeined perfectly conscious of Ids condition, to which ho was perfectly resigned. As tho clock would fctrike he would say, "Another hour nearer the end," till at last tho dickering light went out mid the faithful christian, the upright citizen and the model husband ami father had been called to his reward in a better world. In addition to his other good qualities, Mr. Dawson WM by natuie and practice a democrat. He liegan voting that ticket when Andrew Jackson ran for the presidency and since tlien hail never wratclied a ticket. The loJt time we talked with him hu expressed a desire to live long enough to wind up his honorable voting earoer by casting his ballot for G rover Cleveland, of whom ho was an intemto admirer. For the good old woman who has stood by tho deceased for bo many years there is sincere sympathy and prayers that she may find grnco to sustain the nllliction. Mr. Dawson bus left tho licli inheritance of a good name to his childien, uvho should, and doubtless do, thank God for that as well as that ho was to long spared to them. After a funeral sermon by Elder Joseph Ballon at his late residence this morning, nt 10 o'clock, tho icmuins will bo laid away iu tho old family Logau Dawson bury-ing-groun- d. dead' How familiar the name sounds to three generations and how sad tho news to hundreds of hundreds! Ho was verily tho type of the true Kentuckian. His life and char acter exemplifies tho possibility that man may grow old gracefully and be loved nnd honored by representatives of many generations. The little boys and girls of Stanford join with tho young gentlemen and ladies, tho middle aged and older citizens in the universal expression of regret tiiat hu has gone from our midst. This tribute is sufficient to attest hia worth. All men of all politics, nil religious, all social positions, who overcame in coutact with him in war or peace, in prosperity or adversity, testify to tho nobility of his character and tho purity of his heart. 0. Jefferson Short is tho only prohibi uou camiKiato in tms county that is making an active canvass. Ho iH a can didato for sherifl and, it is said, is hustling around quite lively. Dr. I C. Dye has sold his house and lot and farm adjoining Mr. Charley Carson, of Phil, for $3,000 nnd has bought a pan oi .Mr. j. u. Uoulter's larm, one mile north of town, for thesameamount, possession given Jam 1. Tho band boys havo purchased new suits nnd n finer looking set of fellows cannot be found on tho Western Continent, to Bay nothing of their'skill as music makers, which we heard highly complimented at the celebration hero Friday. Tho Columbus Day celebration here Friday was a huccees in every particular. It was estimated that there wero at least .00 people present. The programme wasnn extensive and appropriate ono and was fully carried out. Those who took pirt in the exercises acquitted themselves with credit. The cornet band furnished the music and did it well, too. The citiatjns furnished on the ground hullicient provisions to have fed double the number present. Praise is due Profs. Hull and Allen, Miss Bello Lyle, John Wheat, Sherman Lsuhorn und the people generally for thoir untiring ell'orts to make the day an enjoyable oue. P. P. Combust has been selected as tho republican candidate for representative to fill tho vacancy caused by tho resignation of Col. Silas Adams. Tho prohibitionists havo named Prof. James II. Allen of this place, as their candidate ami that party could not have so lected a butter man for the position. Prof. Allen is young and well fitted, besides very popular, and if lie had timo to canvass the two counties would make it hot for Mr. Combest. The democrats will havo no candidate in the field and are left to vote as they please, but it is safe to say that not many of them will support Mr. Combest, who has, of late, ninde himself exceedingly obnoxious to thu democratic- - party. We will remain here n fuw stock of berland river, 12 miles from Pine Knot, in Whitley county. All report that they cauirht "enough to eat," but are painfully silent as to bize, number nnd weight. Also hs to whether they were very hungry for'fish, how many it took to mnko "enough," etc. My stock of Capt. Wellington Harlan, a native of Boylo county, died at his homo in & Thursday morning of consumption. Ho was 69 years old. During tho Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ot wnr he was a captain in company A, 1th drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas Kentucky infantry, Gen. Fry's old regi- Daltoii in charge. A. R. PENNY. ment. Capt. Harlan was a man of many noblo traits of character nnd leaves many friends here, where ho was known so well. Ills wife and several grown children survive him. Ed Fox's dog went out on the'street in front of the post office, Wednesday morning, rolled over and went through such contortions that the verdict of several wise men who saw him was that ho had been poisoned nnd that the poison administered was strychnine. Mr. Fox was notified aud coming upon the scene, nt once pronounced the poison theory a We are making. mistake, explaining that tho said dog 1,800,000 fleas on him nnd that haJ some to get rid of thorn ho had aunointed him with benine, Mrs. Sam Hughes has become tired, in a measure, of her new and. latest improved gasoline cooking stove, andaltho' the move may at this timo seem like a OF retrogression, she has concluded to Bet up her recently abandoned wood 6tove. Tuesday as she was preparing dinner the "plague thing that holds the gasoline "busted," or took fire all over, inside and out, some how, and in a moment the stove looked like an altar from which a burnt offering was being offered SHOES THIS SEASON. up. With considerable troublo and danger the labor and money saving contrivance was pitched out of the house to come: in no more. Mrs. May F. Dudley, of Danville, and Col. Richard E. Burnham were mar , . .M. ried at 1 o'clock Wednesday, at the D. & D. Institute, Revs. F. J. Cheek, of Paris, und J. W. Lynch, of this place, officiat ing. Tho bride has been for a number of years matron at the Institute and is a Is now ready for everybody with a full line of highly accomplished and lovable elder ly lady. Col. Burnham is a wealthy gentleman, who divides his time between Waco Texas, and Tennessee, near Chat- 'mi,,!,,,,,; Ladies' and Misses Cloaks, tanooga. Tho attachment between them began some 15 years ago and was the result of Col. Burnham's visits to mute daughter, who was a pupil at the InstiShoes of all kinds. Full stock of Boots for Men, I3oys and Chili tute. Quito n number of personal friends dren. Call and examine our goods and get prices. of the bride were present nt the ceremoHighest market prices paid for Eggs, Butter, Gensang and Dried ny, after which and an elegant dinner the principals left for Chattanooga via. Fruit. W. E. tho 12. A: C. road. returned from a vwek's During the year 1892 I hand a full and complete shall' kecpa constantly on Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Jmm) Toilet Articles Glass, Books, TSBTKXR' Har-rodsbu- rg WATCHES, CJCOCKS A 8 SPECIALTY on-ed- " LADI ES g CHI LDREN & sassssssssM M'ROBERTS HIGGINS. ,, Wo B. PEBKINS Staple Dry Goods and Dress Goods, Clothing for Men, Boys and Children, PERKINS, Crab Orchard. A WOMAN'S Do you know Vou QUESTION. have asked lor the co!liest thin A woman's Kver made by the Hand above httrt and a woman' life And a woman's wonderful love Do yo know you have a iked for this pri thin As a child intght ask for a toy. Demanding v. hat others have dleJ to win. With tho reckless daih of a Vey T eles StjI UfDv Mmi Ja vifesw a milfe "kf flu fl iHt 1W m n. sssH -- H V A m wTa E? la e written my lewm of out, Manlike you have cucstioned me; Now stand at the bar of ray woman's soul Until I shall question thco. You Vou require your mutton shall always lie hot, VourNOckH and your shirU shall be whole; I dty for Infants and Children. CsJtorln cures Colic, OonMlpa"n, Sour Kunnach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Kills Woniia, give bleep, and promotM gestion, Without Injurious medlcaUoa. Tub Centaur di- "CastorijtUio well adapted to children that I recommend It aa superior to any prescription II. A. Archer, M. P., known to me." Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. require your heart shall be true as God's stars, And pure as heaven your soul. I Vou require a cook for your mutton and beet; Company, 77 Murray Street, M. Y. require a fur better thinj;; fer itocVin? and A seamstress you're wauling shirts I look for a man and a Mnj;. 1 king for a beautiful realm called home, An a man that the maker, God, Shall look upon us He did the first, And nay, "It is very good " A am fair and young, but the rose will fade l'roiu my soft ouuk cheek one day ; Will you loe mo then, 'mid the falling leae, As you did 'mid the bloom of May ? I THE WILLARD. (Late Alexander's Hotel.) 4 weeks and want agents to sell Davis' Quilter for us, I require all things that are grand and true, All things thata man should be; so call and see Spotswood & Co., and II you give this all I would stake my life get iu n money making business. StanTo be all you demand ol me. ford, Ky. . ... If you can not do this, a Umdross and cook You can hire with little to pay; No death has occurred in tho family Hut a woman's heart and a woman's life of Uev. Samuel Wakefield, of Latrobe, Are not lo be won that way Pa., in 01 years. Ho is iu hia Olth year; (From the selections of the editor's dear, dead his wife Ian fuw year's his junior; they wife, and printed iu loving memory of her.) were married in 1821 and have ten chilThoro is sometliinK new in town dren. Dnvia' Quilter. Everybody is invited to call at tho old Davis' Quilter works on all sewing maCommercial Hotel and see Davis' Quiltchines. er work. Is your heart an ocean so strong nnd deep I may launch my all on its tide f A loving woman find heaen or hell On the day sho is made n bride. Rates $2. 50 Per Day. Cor. Jefferson, Ce'nter and Green Streets, opposite the l Court-- I louse, Louisville, Ky. A. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. J. Marshall, clerks. V. r W. R. LOGAN, ; Manager. - H.6.RUPLEY,-- Eirtfe!Hrf.4liiilM v? Is Receiving1 His m . i ((DOBS Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me "'V1 calk jm . - 'Vl-- - 1 t?a i An express on tho N. Y. Contrail The new methol of voting looks com average voter, hut it is broke tho record by running 90 miles an easy enough understood. Tho State now hour. A run of 09 miles including stops furnishes the billot, which this time was made in 71 minutes. Stanford, Ky., - October L'S. 1892 aro about 12x18 inches, or larger. The A walnut tree was lately hauled to names of tho several candidates for pres Hunnowell, Mo., for shipmont whioh ident do not appiar, but the electors for wae estimated to contain over 7,000 feet W. F WALTON. each ticket do and they instead of can- of sawed lumber, and will be woith $700 didates, ns has always been the case, aio in Now York, The Superior court of New York de voted for. Over the topof thecolumnrop-resentin: the democratic ticket,is a roos- cided that Corrigan'a colt, Huron, was not e'igiblo for tho Futurity race in 1S91 ter, which has hoen chosen as the emblem of the puty; tho republican party and should not have been entered. has an eagle, the people's n plow and a Tho Richmond Terminal Invoatigat- DEMOCRATIC TICKETsledge linmniftr and the prohibitionists a inc Committee, it is reported, has made For President, Phuinix. If you wish to vote the demo- discoveries that will lead to criminal GROVER CLEVELAND. cratic ticket straight, and every true prosecution of several prominontolllcials democrat does, you simply tnke the sten- of the company. For -- Near Philadelphia, nu express on cil and make a cros murk under the ADLAT E. STEVENSON. rooster thus: tha Philadelphia and Reading road col Far Oangresi, WMMMmMM WWWWWWI WW lided with an empty coal traiu ami miv-eJAMES B. McOREARY. persons wero killed outright and 19 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal piloted to tho i Yrr rr r J4xVo UJLU is 9 I JACKETS a-IF- ! A SIX FACKBS. g JII3 $$$ GrX-OlX- e" Have An Elegant Line ufacturcr, A. E. BUliKllJLliDT guarantees a fit in all garments. We CCA, tS Of these goods from the celebrated Cloak man- - wiucii i n have thorn, in Tans; .Blacks a,nd all light shades; with and without fur trim' mings. Give us a, call before you, buy, as jTBpATENTS r Ti If 1 i For Circuit Judge, MIOAH O. SAUFLEY, JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR. Tub dispatch received at this ollico Monday evening telling of the death of the wife of President Harrison woa a little premature. It did not occur until 1:10 a. m., Tuesday, when she passed peacefully to tho great boyond surrounded by her husband, children and other near relatives. Sho was a noble woman and in his inexpressible Iojs the president has tho heartfelt sympathy of every man and woman of feeling in tho whole country. The modest daughter of a Presbyterian preacher, Mrs. Harrison grew to adorn every high station to which her husband was called and during the 39 years of her married life she proved herae'f iu every condition and in everv manner, a devo ed wife and a true woman. Hers is the second death of a president's wife in the White House, .Mrs. Tyler's being the other, and it oc curred a little over half n century ago. Two presidents also died in tho White House, Win. Henry Harrieon nnd Zach-ara- y Taylor. The funeral services of Mrs. Harrison were conducted in tho East Room of tho White House and then the remains were Hken to Indian apolis for interment Thursday. Tammany never does anything t.y halves. Its'.meeting Tuesday night .vas tne largeet of the present campaign. Thousands were unable to get in the wigwam and these were cared for by 120 outside speakers detailed for tho purpose, who made addresses iu Ger Inman, French, Italian and English. side Senator Hill, Gov. Flower, General Sickles and others created great enthusiasm and at the conclusion of their speeches resolutions were adopted condemning tho Force bill and pledgiug the country at large such a decisive majority in tho metropolis for Cleveland and Stevenson as will insure their election. It was Gov. Flowers' first speech during the campaign nnd it created fully as much enthusiasm as Gov. Hill's. Even old Dan Sickles had a good word to Bay for Clcvelend and called upon the old soldiers to fax their eyes upon that portion of his letter relative to pensions. All the factions in New York seem to have gotten together, leaving but little doubt that the State Kill go democratic by a large majority. During Mr. Cleveland's administrapublic debt tion the interest-bearin- g was reduced $33S,000,000 and he left $100,000,000 surplus in the treasury. Since Mr. Harrison's advent the latter has been entirely wiped out and but for a change in the system of whereby be money set aside for the redemption of National banks notes, is us ed as an asset instead of a liability or re serve fund, as formerly, a deficiency of Tho 540,000,000 would be revealed. democracy is pledged to an economical administration of governmental affairs and Mr. Cleveland has shown his ability for him to fulfill the pledge. By vot-nyou give your endorsement to honesty and integrity and help save the country from republican venaiity and prodigalhook-keeping, For Commonwealth'! Attorny. seriously injured Mayor Grunt, of Now York. 1ms do-- 1 clined tho offer of the Rlle of Nelsou Distilling Company, of Louisville, to take tho presidency of that coinpuuy for five years at $40,000 a year. Seven men wero killed, five fatally injured and six seriously hurt by a bridge giving way on the Great Northern railroad, in Washington, while a construction train was passing over it. Notwithstanding tho interruption caubed by quarantine and tho cholera i care, during the nine months of thecur-reu- t year ending Sept. 30, ITG.SIS immigrants, or 7,572 mora than last yca, Should you want to scratch one of the uomiuees, and only ono, you make the cross under tho rooster and then anoth er cross to the right of the name of the candidate of your choice. It 's all easy enough. Let no democrat be deterred from voting because ho is afraid he can't do it right. Read the "instructions to voter" sent out by the county court, and if you do not understand them fully, ask somebody who knows to explain them. Remember that the voting precincts have been changed since the last election nnd that tho polls now closo at i. m. Keep nil these things in mind and be sure that you vote the democratic tickot from alpha to omega. tlifa nnitntrt- Charles Martin, a well known youni; man of Lexington, committed suicide Domestic troubby taking morphine. les wero the cause. Ho wns thoughtful enough to give the lip to a Leader reporter, who thereby secured a ecoop Lifn insurance tables show that in the last 20 yoars tho average'of lifoi has incroased 5 per cent, or two years, fro in Woman's expecta41.9 to 43.9 years. lnnil.til I jTrZ J3MTENW We Will Sav o stock, of Foster, Ion Money nil a-- By buying from us. ,llso received, Paul $ Co.'s nciv Lf JBZX1D Every pair guaranteed. Any pair that rins or burst on, the first trial. Jwe will give a new pair the place of them. I'GLOYES. fec$ i. 1 5jA 3ijJAW vJJU Blankets from 75c to $S; Comforts from 50c to $2.50. Also complete stock of Dry Goods, JI8 SHOES AND CX.OTHXNG., A. KCATS, Manager. IOTJISVIIrI3 STORE. O IrOR4SALEfB7 record them iu the order hook of his court. CHURCH Le fc w V In his ppoeeh at Covington, Senator Carlisle convinced the most skeptical that every dollar of the tariff tax is paid by Americans and not by foreigners and that the McKinley bill was framed for the benefit of the classes and against the masses. He also showed that there was rot enougn tin made in this country to supply it u week, notwithstanding the bold assertion of the republicans. The force bill was exposed in all its and the financial policy of the republicans properly dissected. Senator Sherman was scored for his silver purchase law. It requires that 4,500,000 ounces be purchased a month by the issue of government notes aud the result had been tho piling up in the government vaults of nn immense mass of silver bullion which is worth just $15,000,000 less than what the government had paid for it since the arrangement began. Can any sane man read the record of the republican party and vote to perpetuate it in power? outrag-eousness to-da- y Auditor Noiiman has published an open letter justifying his action in refusing to pay the World's Fair appro priation. The governor has practically admitted that the bill !h null and void and if he wero to pay the money under such circumstances his bondsmen would be liable for the amount. He also says he notified tho commissioners Aug. 30 that he would not pay it so that they could institute the proper suit, hut they have failed so do so and they, and not himself are to blame for tho present state of affairs. Aud to a casual observer it would seem that he is right. A numubr of papers followed tho ancient and foolish custom of turning their column rules up side down in announcing the death of Mrs. Harrison, hut it was reseryed for the Lexington Press alone to (qrn its type upside down. This may be the supreme way of expressing grief,!and then it may be carelessness; possibly and most likely the latter. NEWSY NOTES. tion has increased even more, more than per cent, from 41.9 to 45 S yoars. C. W. Williams, the republican nominee for sheritfof Mason county, created consternation in the camp by notifying tho county clerk not to place his namo on the ballot, as he was going tt work to help elect tho democratic nominee. Sptnkiug of West Virginia Senator Kennu says: "Thero is nothing in the outlook to causa tho democrats hiiv dis couragement. On tho contrary, there aro moro reasons this year why we should carry the Statu tliau thero wero four years ago." He is confident that Cleveland will bo elected. There have been built in the yesr 80 Pullman sleeping and dining care, 1 costing $1,3S2,SS0, or an averago of progressing ier car. Work is now rapidly on 415 additional sleeping, dining and parlor cars. These are estimated to coat about $5,500,000. TheTolliver and Howard factions, after a long cessation, have renewed hos tilities. In a fight at Hogtown, Rowan county, Sunday night. Cal Tolliver was shot and instantly killed and Wylio aud Sam Howard were fatally A bloody battle between wounded. the factions is expected. By tho breaking of tho banks of Yellow River, in Cfiina, it is estimated that a district was Hooded 150 m ilea long and 30 wide; thatovor 50.00J peopl o have been drowned and that fully 1.000.0CO lunette will Btsuvc to death unless th them foiu roni government furnishes now till next spring. It is only three years ago since the same river caused at most as great a loss of life. S $10,-0(5'lol-liver -- AFFAIHS. ; CALL AND SEE -- will preach afternoon at 2 o'clock. i. Hi hiew Bible iu the Tho brary of tho Vatican for which $103,000 It is probably the has been rofuseHl most valuable book in the workl. Rhv ti. W. DuhImd continues to preach very intercbling cmrmons at tho Court-How- e His audiences havehtund- fly iuerrasvd, thom who go being so as to induce oth-r.to atmuch tend. the people The court of chinos of the poor house the right to select who shall preach fur them this year and they unanimously chose Hid. J. G. Living-toAn appropriation of $85 was made for the service. Evangelist hookey g t drunk at Fort Wayne, Iud., and was put in 'jail. On recovering his Menses ho was so overwhelmed with eliam that he tore his clothing into strips ith whioh he made a rope aud hanged himself. The Lincoln County Bible Society will ii ect nt the Chrittlan uhuruh on the first Sunday night iu November. Members of the various churches in thecouu-tare requested to bo present. omplt nt Salt The new Mormon Lake City will be opened April 0, 1893. It has been in ronrse of erection for 40 years, has cost $2,500,000 and will, without doubt, be the biggest architectural nightmare in tho country. Rev. John at Goehbii 5jiin-'- bVII LtibFon Our new line of- - II- i Coal Hods, Vases, Pokers, IronPipe, ect. HEATING STOVK 3 B. K. & W. H. WEAKEN. Shovels, Kitchen Sets, Zincs, Russia ph-ttse- e n. i TO. THE CEILING WITH v NEW RAWTR "&'V i GOODS I ANjD SJEIJEI Ii a if Complimentary of Judge Morrow and Capt Herndon. meeting of the bar of StanAt a full ford, held at Stanford on theUoth day of October, T. P. Hill. Esq., was selected as chairman and W. E. Varnon, Kiq., as secretary of tho meeting. Thereupon, on motion of W. G. Welch, Esq., seconded by M. C. Saulley, Esq., tho following preamble and resolutions were unan- ity. And still they come. We mean recruits from tho republican party. of the Grand Army of the Republic, Jphn P. Rea, of Minnesota, is the latest accession. Ho had become disgusted with the pension raids und frauds and examining the" record he failed to find that a single one of Mr. Cleveland's vetoes of certain of such measures that was not based upon principle, right and justice. He will show his approval by voting for him and the entire democratic ticket, whose tariff platform ho also endorses. Hon. Roubke Cociiuan made a speech at Indianapolis. Monday night, which fairly set the people wild. He is the New York orator who held the Chicago convention spell bound during tho wee sma' hours when everybody was worn out to tell them that Cleveland was not the proper man to nominate. Ho has since acknowledged his mistake and falling into line, is fighting gallantly for the ticket, which he is certain will be victo I rious. The county demociy of New York has decided to withdnNi its ticket nominated against Tammany, thus removing everything from the way of democratic success in that State. Wo Beem to have everywhere. the right-of-wa- y it II Wpr,y-b-'?''-T'BjBBMr'- There are now 1,340 convicts in thie State, of whom 177 aro in for life. Boston won the world's base ball championship by defeating Cleveland by the score of 8 to 3 in the last game. The Chinese are to have an $80,000 tea house at the World's Fair, with pretty Chinese maidens to servo the tea. The Indiana supremo court decided t tat the registration requirements of the S ate election law is unconstitutional. Queen Victoria, the Pope aud Mr. Cleveland were among those who sent sympathetfc dispatches to President Harrison. David A. Storing, of Tygart creek, Carter county, died from tho effects of a bite of a copperhead snake received one year ago. At Cerulean Springs Jay Smith, a farmer, was shot and killed by Isaac Ford, colored, who caught him in a room with his wife. The old Standiford Hotel, at 10th and Broadway, Louisville, has again changed hands. This time W. H. Slaughter gets it for $25,000. CharlcB R. Catching, a prominent young mau of Lonand don, has been arrested at Winchester for pasting a worthless check. He is waut-e- d at Louisville for a similar offense. well-connect- imously adopted, Whereas the term of ofiico of T. A Morrow, ns judge, and of William Hern don, as commonwealth's attorney, for tho 8th judicial district of Kentucky, are approaching their close and the current term of the Lincoln Circuit Court will conclude the pleasant official relations existing between these gentlemen and the bar of Stanford, it is resolved: 1. The members of the bar, resident in Stanford and in Lincoln county, deem it but fit and proper that, at parting, they should as a body testify iu some formal manner to the high and cordial esteem in which they have learned to hold Judge Morrow equally as h man nnd as an officer, and that thej should bear witness, as in all sincerity they now do, tothe unvarying courtesy, tho unusual ability and tho absolute fairness which has marked his entire occupancy of the Circuit Court bench in this county. 2 In like manner they desire to their sense of the clean and conscientious administration of Captain Herndon of theollice of attorney for the Commonwealth. Ho has displayed uniformly a just apprehension of the real duties of a public pro&eoutor, has met all their requirements with fidelity and firmness and has graced the punctilious discharge of duties, which aro of necessity often stern andfliarsh, by modesty, rare good temper und a considerate regard for the rights nnd feelings of others. 3. The aecretr.ry of this meceting is directed to transmit to Judge Morrow and to Capt. Herndon, each, a copy of these resolutions and the clerk of the L'ncoln Circuit Court is requested to to-wiex-pre- Why hi: Iafttiik Alliance. A Kansas man, who had been silliliating with the alliance party of that State for the last fow years, having severed his allegiance thereto, thus briefly gives his rea sons for wj doing: 1st, becauso it is run by lawyers without clients, 2d, by doc tors without patients; 3d, by preachers without pulpitf; 4th, by women without husbands; 5th, by farmers without farm?, 0th, by financiers without finance; 7th, by educators without cducatioua nd 8th, by ttalesnien out cf a job. m EVERY LINE IS NOW COMPLETE rr " WV ri i urn m Two hundred dollars per month guaranteed to good agetits to sell Davis' Quilter. Write to or call on W. K. Spotswood & Co., Stanford, Ky. of respectable parentage, got drunk and went to a negro entertainment at Willh-bur- g, SJfflVKIBANOB & BdM o James Riley and Harry Robinson, Washington county, ami misbeA row ensued and a general shooting began. Riley was shot through the heart and killed iustautly. Ilobin-so- n received a pistol ball in the brenst, which ranged downward and is pronounced a mortal nnund. Served them right; they hnd no business thero even in a sober condition. haved. FARRIS & AND HARDIN, DcalersJJIn HA1DWABB. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, Qucensware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. shape in one hour's time with DaviH Quilter on your own sowing machine. WORLD'S FAIR A nice quilt can be quilted in any NOTES. A gold brick worth $230,000 will be exhibited by Montaua. A medal won by De Soto, the discoverer of the Mississippi river, will be exhibited at the World's fair. One of the features of the California exhibit at tho exposition will be a pain pas palace twenty feet square, which will be erected iu the State building. The exhibit to be made under the di rection of tho bureau of hygiene will U of Bpecial public interest and value, because it deals with sanitary subjects iu every phase. Tho prize of fifty dollars for tho best design for u badge for the members of the board of lad managers of the World' Columbian cuuunibgiou has been awarded to Jliss Siurthn D. Bessoy, of New York. BEAD. Wheelbarrows, Cross Cut Faws, Fencing Wire and Staples, Haling Wire, Horse. Shoes and Nice Toilet, Chamber and Dinner Sets. H M m a i Fresh Stock of &E0CEEIES Always on hand. All goods sold GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED, Or taken back. Goods promptly delivered. mc:e::otit" beos. mi irfmf'iitH.)l-.lrntftfrfr!!f 1 V.- ' ' lJur'lBitBrJiiM I- rt "i.i-.i--i.- i- .,..-.))ih'W- i !ufif iiMWjitaMiVilHi tt'hiWiVnjr"tliiiiteifliJi'fe ' U'i ,S tr 3 Semi:Weekly Interior Journal Stanford, Ky., - Octoheh '28, 1892 it. O.WA&TON, bub. MnnBger A : FOB HINT. SPLKNil : FARM, Known as the J I) Carpenter place, tltusted i)( heallnlul loThe place well improved and In cality, hkpiiknS is nnt.it ioio Ohve Street, Kanias City, Mo. n""""'"'", TABLER' BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT CURES KOTHING BUT PILES. A SURE rrtai4jiriuRmot.TAiuMmi. .TAKK and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. tM"jns. THE TkE WORLD'S I.I.NETO. . FAIR OHHOAGODo And POINTS . AM. UW Jli4C3JV .And nMMRTM W35ST. est lime and lowest rate. For Information address JAS. 11ARKEK. O I'. A , Chicago. V G.CKUSII.D P A . Louisville. rmtii and belt VestlbuM Buffet Slttplng Cart and I'arlorCarton all train So chance of ears, beit accommedtieni, quick CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, And all other KaMcrn Citlct Line between I.oulvllle. Kattern Point IN EFFECT SEI'T. 14, iS Short! LeMKglen and but tranfert Through SlMpem from 6 10 p m; Morehcad Aceom. No. S No j i. p at. WEST HO I'M I) Arr LtiingUm Lnlngt'm Accom No. 17. I 05 am; Louuvlllo E No. 11. i 30 p m, Lrxtngtott Accom. No 5, p ra, Veitibufrd Ex No. aj, 6 10 jm 0mtt Solid Veailbuled Train, with Dining Cart. No KAT HOUND. lattMall. No 6 11 t, it.;fjm; Mi. Sterling No 4J am; Vestibuled I ve.Llngton e, nHnrrarwmMmriT "' LesUgton without chiY!ftr Agt . As't Gen. I'ait. Agt. Cincinnati Washington, I. .'. Mansgrr OSCAR O. MURRAY, Traffic uli.fr. c.h. ryan. en. Pe. Enoxville, Cumberland Bap & Double Daily Schedule, R. R. In Kllect July 9P 17. i9- - lylfVy A Dly ' M.,r. M 8 J) S5t . Knoxville ,Y M. 3 4$ H 9, 7.U u 7 a 7 4 til 701 7 1 1 .Ilevrtly... 1 K. A O. Junetwn Sjo S 86 5lH ;:.s Si9 4 4 4 u, Maloneyvllle Corryton u lucl 10 I io l 10 1; jj 7 5? 8 II . 8 19, . . Oilnun William Springs... I.ultrru Powder Spring .... ...... Wathbmn 5! W 7SJ 7 41 7 811 ft II 1049 11 11 11 I' 90, v 18 ..Taaewelt.... Cllncli River Lone Mountain.... J 3S 3 4' 47 7 7l 4'JV 7 JJ o$i 644 007 6 35 33 3 4 11 4S 98 VJ J ..Powell lllver Arthur .Kour Seacn-- . U"7: l "'J I N7 V4r 9V-loot! , la Coibln Uvuigiton ' Winchester I.eainKtun Pari Art! LouUvllle Cincinnati .Mlddleboro NOHTll IIOlNI. L.eCunilxilalHl t.ap, .. N la ' 16 ...CnmberUnd Cap ...Tunnel Junction.- -. .M. II. Junction .Aithr...eSpring. Hamilton J 41 3 550 ! 5 10 14 a JOJ ol ss 43 m in m m m in 4 " " " " ' " luiwpm pn 30 a J 45 a ) joa 4 30 a 7 05 a 7 o a 1 .... SOVfTiT LreCTiTcinnti " l.numMlld Arrive Pari HOUSU I...VN.... " " ; North and .toinirction madK with all train at Grand Central depot, Cincinnati. ThniuRh licVel on ul ai City Picket office iiSGay alrcel and Depot Ticlet ollire, font West Main Mrwt, Knotvllle. For any Information a to roulei, ratei, etc . nlv to m-W, A III Y. ActtncGen'lP" Agt , IHUNRY A S&ll'lll, 1'itjr Ticket Agt Kniixville.Teuti North-we- st J without chansr. l.ivlusttnn I orbin " Cumberland Cap Palacn Car Knoaville I.tiioctou Wincneter " " " " -. ....io .n 7 S P ln 8 45 P m 30 p m 1 .i 1 m pm a in 45 15 To 3 30 5 iSm am to Citiciiinat -- NWNorfolkiWesternHi Schedule .July 17, 1891. LEAVK NOIUON DAILY 1 ui p mlorOraham, llliivftcld, Pocaliontai and liilermediato Utiun. Roanoke, and xi'uoamlor Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Alio (via Roanoke) for Vaihnton, Hagerncwn, Harrii-uurPhlladelphlaand New York LouI'ville to Nor. Jtullmau Sleeping Car from alio Radlord to folk vlaJNorton and Radford; New York, via Shenandoah Junction, alto RadWathingtoo, lio from Lynchburg to Rich, lord to mond I rain lor Pocahontas, Powhatan land Good. willleae lllueiield daily at 90s a in, 3 ijpw and ,,.., g, i; Vralni arrive at Norton Irom the Eat dally at 1 top m and 6 45 p m a train Washington and Chattanooga of Pullman Coache and ileeplng car runt daily via Shenandoah Valley route, atoppmgonly at I uray, Shenandoah, llatlc, Roanoke, and Radford. North llound LimtUtl loaves Hadtunl 11 36 p m For further information an to schedule, rates, Ac . apply to agent of Norfolk ft Wettetn Rail W II.IIEV1LL, Gen, Va. .... haps, twenty or thirty feet wide and from seven to eight feet in height A sinking now, Tho Bummer sun Is ccction of salt soma thirty fcot in Tho western nlty Is nil uslow, Aa wand'rlng through tho meadow paths, thickness is left each between The silent shadows coma and go: room as a support to tho solid mass Tho moadows whoro, In childish gle?, above. A thickness of five or six feet I gatherod flowers or chased the beo. is left above as a roof, and a substanI Iiend and pluck a daisy fair, tial roof it makes, as the salt in its natWhllq tears my oyos nro filling fast, ural state Is almost as hard as rock. I''or memory comes, with silent step. There are no other supports than tho And lifts tbo vail that hides tho past, Whllo backward roll the years, columns of salt that arc loft Bo fraught with sorrows, Joys and tears. "Of theso rooms mentioned there aro fifty or sixty at the present time, and I see myself, a slender youth, So full of plans for coming years, tho workmon aro distributed about, As slowly homo I drove tbo cows, working in several 'rooms at a timo. Naught knowing of life's cares end fears, Thcro Is no necessity of n foreman in Hut longing much tho world to see, each room, as tho number of carloads And planning all that I would bo. of Bait delivered at tho shaft tells tho Oh. eager, hopcf ul, trusting heart! t.ilo as to whether tho men aro shirkYou did not know llfo's thorny way, ing their duty or not A railway runs Or, even when earth's laurels won, How quick thoy fade at cioie of day. through the main tunnel and branches Would I could bo a ynut h again, extend in all directions. Tho cars are So tree from heartache, oaro and pain. hauled from tho several rooms by large, JulU Wood, In Good Housekeeping. powerful mules, nnd there arc somo thirty of these in the mine. "Thcro is a blacksmith's shop in tho DOWN IN A SALT MINE. mine where the tools nro repaired and the mules aro shod, and there is also a How It Is Operated a Thousand largo stable where the mules aro shelFoot TJndor Ground. tered during the night Of cour&o they would be well sheltered In the mine, Ah our rontlorH are anurc, wo have any way, but if allowed to roam about been working for tho past three or they could find nothing to cat but salt four years to get a puss down into tho and tho railroad track, and the nvcruge Iletsof salt mine at York, says the Gen- mule cannot exist on adict of this kind. etic o Democrat It ho happcnotl one This stable is far ahead of the ordinary duy recently that two personal friends stables about tho country, nnd there Is of ours had business down in tiic mine, every convenience nnd luxury for his and, meeting us afterward, they gavo muleship. The stables are somo forty tin a very graphic description of the or fifty feet in length nnd twenty or trip, so much ho that wo almost Imag- thirty feot wide, with wood floor and ined we were with them from the time wooden stalls and mangers. This is they left the top until they returned tho only combustible substance there again, and for the benefit of our read- is about tho mine, nnd there are no exers wo will give their description of posed lights anywhere about it Diwhat they experienced and what they rectly in the rear of the stables is what saw. Referring to tho matter they is known as the barnyard. This is a said: large room cut ln the solid salt, nnd "You may itnngiue that yott would hero tho mules nre turned out for relike to go down that shaft, but let us cuperation. "One may imagine that a salt mine tell you that when you oneo stood on tho vcrgu of that yawning hole waiting Is a bad place to work, but aside from for the car to let you down, it is two the fact that it is a little dismal there to one that your courage would fail are no bad features about it Unlike you and you would inform the a coal mine, it is clean, and there is guide that yon would postpone almost an even temperature the year tho trip until some other day Super- around, ranging from to intendent Cliapin was the one who sixty degrees, winter and summer. went with us, and, of course, there The ventilation is perfect and tho syswas no ciuie for alarm, us lie knows tem for supplying fresh air is not extho workings of the whole plant from celled by any mino in the world. In one cud to the other. Well, we jumped some of the passageways the air rushed into the car and waited for the signal through with such velocity as to exto start and we did not have to wait tinguish the lights. long before the gong sounded and that "The experience in going up the was the signal to let her go. From shaft is .omewhat different from that that time until we reached the bottom while going down. The signal is given from below after you have been safely no man will ever be fully able to tho experience. stationed in tho car, and away sho Your hat sinks down fitly "When the signal sounds, the first goes. thing you do is to hug your hat down on your head and your clothing seems on your head for keeps, and by the to 6lt right down tight where it timo that you have got that act accom- belongs A person who is a litplished it seems as though you were tle weak in the knees would also have going down at about the rain of a thou- a tendency to sit right down tight on sand miles a minute. You have seen tho bottom of the car. The roar of 0110 streak of grcs-ic-d lightning chaso the wind as you hustle up toward dayanother well, it's no comparison. It light is about all that can be heard. seems its though tho uabla bus been cut, When near the top the speed is nud you are Just dropping down to the j lessened, and it is then that one im-- I You can't see, nnd the only agines that he is going down again at tiottom. thing to bo heard is that terrible roar the rate of about a thousand miles a of tho air as you rush through space. minute, but finally the daylight begins After the lirst two or three hundred j to peep down at you and you are landed feel there is a feeling it would be hard safely on top, only a few seconds hav- to explain, sort of goneness as it were, ing elapsed since 3011 rralked upon the and you don't cans much whether car below." school keeps or not, and live changes 'PETER'S PENCE. nro so different and varied thut uno begins to wouder what will come nexL Hnmethlnc nf the. History of an Anclout Catliolln Custom. "When near the bottom the car on A custom of so ancient date in tho which you are riding begins to slow up, ami then comes tho most peculiar ex- Catholic world that it runs back to tho perience of all. You imagine that yott days when civilization was young is tho are shooting upward, and you will soon annual contribution of "Peter's Fence" Ikj among the stars. You can imagine or tribute to tho pope. One day in each the sensation from going down'at the year in all tho Catholic ehurchen !& a min- throughout the world a contribution is ruto of about one hundri ute to going up at about seven times taken up. the proceeds of which aro that rate. Finally Him car lands at tho sent to the pope. He uses the money bottom of the shaft, nnd you breathe a. for defraying tho expenses of tho administration of affairs in the Holy Seei high of relief as you step out. The custom of collecting "I'eter'a "Well, the first thing you do is to look for salt; it's there, ull uround you, Pence," or "Rome scot" as it is someon ull sides, but it times called, is of ancient origin. above, don't look like salt near the IxiUom of CenttiricN ago it was first observed by the shaft, as lights are burned con- the English people, tribute then being stantly and the smoke has blackened levied to tho extent of a penny for tho walls. You look away to the east, every houso, payment being made through a long, dark tunnel, mid you about August 1 of each year. The pence was first a tribute offered discern in the fur distance some Dickering lights, and you are informed that to the ltoinau poutUT in reverence to they are lights used by the workmen the memory of St Peter, whose succeswho are engaged in mining the salL sor the pope is believed by Roman Your guide steps up to a mau near Catholics to be. The first idea appears where you land and says: 'Throe lights, to have come from Huglund. It is asplease,' and three tallow caudles ure cribed by some to Inn, king of the West handed out It amy seem a little Snxons, who, in A. 1). T'Jl, went us a strange that tallow caudles are used in pilgrim to Rome and there founded a pilgrims, to this ago of kerosene, gas and electrici- hospital for Anglo-Saxoty, hut such is the case, and they are bo maintained by an annual contributhe only lights used in the mine, and tion from England. Others say the euch mau carries one, and they are honor is due to OfTu. and Kthelwulf, at hunir up from tho ceiling where tho least in the sense of their having exmining of salt is going on, ami they tended the custom to the entire Saxon arc tho handiest lights that can bo territory The tribute couslsted then in the payused. They don't purchase these lights by the dozen or hundred, but by thu ment of a silver penny by every family who possessed land or cattle of tho carload. "The candles were lighted, and witli yeurly value of thirty pence. It was them in hand wo followed the guide collected during tho five weeks beand proceeded to make a tour of tho tween St. Peter's and St Paul's day and mine; wo might add, a partial tour, for August I. Since the total annexation it would take a person something liko of the papal states to the kingdom of a week to walk all over the mined ter- Italy, this tribute has been largely inritory. We followed tho guide along creased in France, llelgium, England through dark and winding pathways, and Ireland. When I tin, king of tho until wo reached a point where tho Saxons, inaugurated the custom now a penuy yearly was tho workmen were busily engaged mining tho salt. They were not at work with amount collected from euch person. N. picks picking it out, us might bo sup- Y. Advertiser. posed, but wore breaking up tho largo The Fault of the Fish. lumps and shoveling it into the cars, "I remember," said a schoolmaster, tho salt haviug been blasted out ahead "when was a boy going out one mornof them. While some were engaged in ing before sunrise to fish for pickerel. shoveling the salt, others were drilling I had just hooked a big one, when along holes into the solid mass, making ready came a couutrymau. lie said nothing, for u blast, machines run by com- but, with mouth wide opeu, stopped to pressed air being used for this purpose. seo the fun. Tho contest had lasted "As before stated, the main tunnel more than half an hour, when suddenruns directly east, and is nearly a half ly, as I was about to land tho prize, the milo in length. Nwur tho shaft two pickerel, with one last rush for liberty, other, tunnels branch oft from the tnain mude good his escape. With a lump in tunnel, one on either side, and run par- my throat 1 instinctively turned to tho allel with it. These, we believe, are ountryman for consolation, and got It termed airshafts. From these shafts 'Well, I declare,' said he, 'you held ou rooms branch off both uorth and south, to your end, young follow, but ho didn't and iu these rooms is where the salt is hold on to hist "Golden Days. mined. These rooms are nothing more nor less than short tunnels, and In timo "What are you doing?" asked the will probably bo lengthened out as far eonvict of tho reporter, who was writas the main tunnel or even farther, as ing up the penitentiary. "I'm taking they can go miles ln any direction and noteV "Huraphl That's what brought still be in the salt The rooms are, per toe here." 'Washington Star. e MEMORIES. Holm, Mrs. M. E. Helm, S. M. Haley, A. F. that were allowed at the October Court of Hunt, Marion Hays, J. 0. Claims, 1892, t: Tho following Is Hunter, II. W. 2 days hauling do do JLKST(DFOLAIMS to-wi- do do do do do do do do do tlo do do do do tlo 3 10 7 7 50 50 00 00 3 50 5 25 87 1 Tucker, Wm. Ttirnbtill, John 2 days' hauling " pawed 13 1 3 50 J. J. Thompson, A. J. Thompnon, 1 " " 75 75 Haden, Jack Holmes, I). V. Alford, Geo. 2 days' hnuling on Holmes, John W. 1 5 3 50 Hatsock. John County road 4 1 7ft 1 day's hauling Samo Hollzclaw, B D. 1 75 Andeison, Obey 1 do Hill, T. J. 1 75 do Alford, A.J. I Hill, J. M. 1 75 1 do Adams, C M. 1 Hill, J.C. 14 00 Hopper, do Anderson, J. L 8 1 John 14 00 Anderson, S. D. 8 do o Huston, JclT 1 75 1 do Anderson, W. C. Hunn, Ambrose 3 50 do Adams, A. D. 2 Holtzclaw, John U 3 50 Adanm, J. S do 2 1 Horton.W. A. 1 , Aw'ee A.T.Martin Alcorn. J. merchandise act. Anderson, W. IT. making coflln Ilastin, Jn. 2 days' hauling Ilast'ii, Morgan 100 loads gravel 2 days' hnuling Uastin, William flfty-eig- de-scrl- I n tlo 1 Higgins, Win. do 24 00 Hullinan, Mack pauper coflins o 00 Holmes, Mrs. S. pooi-hot- ue act. :t 50 Hansford, W. O. com. to icdis- 7 00 trict Lincoln county 3 50 Jones, M. S. 40 loads gravel 02 do Hoone, Wash'gton 1 J 1 day's hauling Jones, L. R. Jo-,- . 3 50 II do Ilroughton, do Jessamine, Fred 1 87 do IJIbb, Ilichnrd ! Jackson, Dr. A. med. attention Bailey. Danl. work on road rejected Same do 1 75 day's hauling Brock, (J. A. do Samo o 02 Hibh, Jhk. lj do Johnson, J. M. serving election 80 Bright, J. H.!40 loads gravel notices 4 00 Bright, Honry(col)l day's hauling 1 75 King, John 2 days' hauling 3 50 1 75 1 Jo Bishop, J. Lunsford, B. F. 1 1 do 202 o 25 'J do Benedict, Geo. Lay. Jade, 31 tlo V0'12 3 50 do 2 Bastin.H.T. Logan, Harvc 1 1 75 do 7 00 do 4 Burtelle, August Luddy, Jas. 1J do 2 G2 1 75 1 do Bibb, Richard Lay, John bridge lumber 00 1 75 1 do Fred Baurnfin. Lcc, J.S. passed till Jan. court ft 25 do Bmuchton. Jon. 'J Lovell, Chas. 3 days' hauling Bastin it Collier "CO feet lumber 7 GO Lunsford, Ben 1 1 75 do 20 40 uo Same Livingston, J. G. 1 do 17.5 4 55 do Same 11 75 do 4 SO Lockowitz Max 7 do Samo do 5 25 59 20 Long, Brumfleld 3 do Samo 2 38 Lewis, Dr. T. B. mod. ape. conMdsc account Same tinued Broughtou, Jos. ass. J. A. Delaney Same do 10 50 G days hnuling 80 35 Long, John M. preaching at poor Baker A Terry mdso account house 25 00 Bronnugh, G. W. medical attenLench, Wni. holding inquest 0 00 passed. tion to paupers, Clayton 2 days' 20 to Montgomery. Bradley, Gilbert A Co. file boxes hauling 3 50 0 00 Bruce, I. M. livery account 2 52 18 00 McKinney, J. J. 30 londs gravel Co. Bright, John com. districting 1 75 McKinncy, Sh'u 2 days' hauling 3 50 day's hauling Caldwell, A. K. McKinncy, Jno. 1 75 do 3 00 1 do W. Carson. J. 1 75 do 30 Montgomery, W. J. 1 Carter, 0. W. 3 loads gravel 1 Same do 3 50 75 1 day's hauling Carter, C. 11. 1 do 1 75 Myers, J.JO. 87 do I Cofler, A. U. Martin, J. T. do 2 02 1 do and 150 Samo McKec, J. B. !K do cont'd. loads gravel do 87 McCorinack, Jus. 3 50 Caldncll, CG. i day's hauling 5 64 Murphy, W. H. 87 Caldwell, D. W. lumber Co. road j do 1 75 Martin, A. C. 5 do 8 75 Carpenter, A. W. 1 dav'n hauling o do (i 12 Miller, Robert 3 50 do 31 Chappcll, Jas 0 1 75 Moore, D. R. do 10 50 1 do Sr. Carter, J. L. 0 do 10 50 1 75 Moore, James F. do 1 Carrier, Chas. 1 1 75 do 8 75 Moore, S. P. do 5 Cokor, John 02 Middletnn, S. A. do 3 50 do Caldwell, I). W. U 1 00 Mencfee, J. N. fee bill 122 50 Caldwell, J. II. 4 bridge "ills ft 00 2jdays'huuling 4 37 Martin, He.ekiah pauper colliti Carman, A. C. (1 12 1 day's hauling McMullen, Thos. 1 75 do 31 Carrier, Chas. 1 75 1 McMullcn, Semore 1 1 7ft do do Carter, Ed 1 1 75 10 50 McMullen, Tho. (J do do Carter, P. W. o 3 50 Mcllnrgue, W. A. making coflins 5 00 do Chandler, F. II. 7 00 McClary, W. F. salary for 1892 900 00 tlo 4 Collier, J. II. o 3 50 Nunnelley, A. R. 4 days' hauling 7 00 do ColTraan, Llndaey 3 50 Nunuelloy, T G. 2 tlo 3 50 do Chappcll, Morgan 1 75 Nunnelley, P. C. 2 do 3 50 do Curtis, Monroo 1 75 1 75 do Nclf, Fred do Curtis, Rouben 0 12 Oaks, .Tosiah 1 75 do Chandler, J., 7 S7 Owens. Samuel 1 75 do do 41 Cook, Jesse F. 1 75 07 20 Orman, Charles do Cummins, W. II. indse. act. ft4 29 Oaks, Josiah do 3 50 do W. A. Carson, 103 75 Owens, Sam M. jailer fee 1011 50 tlo Compton, F. R. 240 70 Parrish, Peyton 1 1 days' hauling 2 02 Coojwr. Geo. B. fee bill 2 do passed Same Caldwell, I). W. cof'na for paupers 31 1 75 do Patton, Norman 1 Carson, Arcli serving clect'n no30 98 Privctt, Milhurn 14 loads gravel tice. 20 10 50 0 days' hauling Plummer. Jas. Cook, Dr. L. 1$. pauper practice 1 75 do Parrish, Peyton 1 Carter, J. M. com, 18 do 3 50 Plummer, Zach Lincoln county 3 1 do 2 02 Pence, Thos. Dawes, C. L. 2 days' hauling 1 75 I 3 do Peyton. E. I). do L. C. 2 Dunn, 3 50 do Piilliam. J. F. Dibhon, .1. W. continued to Jaw lit) 13 12 Pleasants, W. R. 71 tmry rtititt. I 1 dnv's hauling 87 do Pleasants, II. A. 1 Dawes, "W. K. 3 50 Powers, W. M. 50 nuUe. act. do 0. 7 (X) 3 00 tlo 4 tlo Same Davis, Alfred 1 75 3 00 1 tlo do Samo Dawes, Chas. 4 37 Pinny, A. R. drug act. passed tlo 21 Da vies. Jack 3 50 Pel kins. W. E. mdse. tttc. do Dobbins, W. II. 3 50 Petttis, J D. district physician 95 00 do DePauw, M. N. 4U 00 Paxton, J. B. salary asiCo. att'y. '00 00 mdsc. act. Donley A Leo 2 (10 Itohiiison, Rich'd 1 days' hauling Drye, Mrs. W. S. med. attention I 75 37 50 Reynolds, J.JF. 1 do paupers to ti 12 Ryan.M.F. 4 38 do 21 Kubanks, Mack.SA days' hauling ! I 75 3 50 Robinson, A. E. 1 do do Kstvb, C. F. 1 75 1 50 Routun, Jas. tlo lumber Kvaus. Rich'd. IX) Reynolds, Rice 1 1 I 4 days' hauling tlo 75 amo 1 75 do 2 02 11 do Russell, M. S. 1 Evans, Juuies 1 75 Rogers, Granville 11 do 2 G2 1 do Elliott, Isaac 3 50 d 75 Rigney. Adam do 2 ft do Estes, Win. 1 10 50 Redd, C. A. I 75 (5 do do Estir, Eli 1 75 1 1 I 75 do do Reynolds, Major' Eltuote, Josio 1 75 Reid, Dr. Hugh jail physician 50 (X) do Eubankd, Geo. 3 50 Suddiith, J. C. 2 days hauling do Edwards, Geo, 2 1 75 do passed. Engleman, Geo. 1 57 Smith. D. D. 25 loads gravel t 75 Elmore, M. D. uide. account 1 75 1 75 7 00 3 CO 3 50 3 50 1 75 1 75 3 CO 3 50 2 (52 87 1 75 03 00 I 050 00 " Thompson, W. S. 4J Ttirnbtill, A. M. stone for bridge Ac. passed Ttirnbtill, II. II. 2 days' hauling Thompson, W. S. taking care and waiting on Mrs. Taylor Tuttlo A Tnttle mdse. account Vystretcher, judge 1 87 3 50 5 00 39 00 87 40 90 900 00 1 75 14 S7 0 30 1 01 1 47 1 75 1 75 day's hauling Vandeveer, D. W. mdse. account Varnon, W. E. salary as county Williams, J. L. 1 day's plowing Same 8J days' hauling Wade, II. If. hauling and gravel Walls, Amelia 15 loads gravel at 7 " " 21 Same Walls, S. R. 1 day's hauling Walls, S. O. 1 . Walls, W. F. 8 loads gravel 18 00 Williams, Jno. R. 3 days' plowing " I 2 80 Williams, Jos. " Wilmot. J. I. 2J 1 7ft 2 days' hauling 1 75 While, J. II. " 2 IS 00 Wade, Ed 7 00 Weathcrford, J. G. school books 3 00 Wearcn, W. II. & B. K. mdse. ac- 50 5 25 1 75 4 37 3 50 3 50 4 00 4 30 100 40 1 75 49 99 count Walton, W. P. printing account Young, J. S., 1 day's hauling Traylor, G. A. district physician Hubble Cook, L. B. district physician 50 00 100 00 M 52 70 M. 45 00 Walnut Flat W. B. O'Bannon district physician Waynesburg Higgins, W. II. assignee J. Craig Coffey, Joseph assignee J. Craig Craig. J. M. balance Total 2 30 58,003 5'J State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln: I, Geo. B. Cooper, clerk of the Lincoln County Court, do certify that tho foregoing is a true list of the claims allowed at the October Court of Claims, held Oct., 1892, from the records of my office. Witness my hand this 20th day of Oct. 1S92. il GEO. B. COOPER, Clerk. Lincoln County Court. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY u Capital Stock Surplus S200.000 20,000 -- Attention or the public is invited to the fac that this it the only National Bank in Stanford Under the provision of the National Bank Act depositor are secured not only by the capital itock, but by the stockholders liability lor aa amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of this Institution art secured by a fund of $400,000. Vive sworn statements of the condition of the bank are made each year to the United States government and Its assets are examined at stated times oy government agents, thus securing addititoaa and perfect safety to depositor. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford in 1858, then tied as the National Bank ol Stanford in 1S65 aad as the First National Bank of again Stanford in 1S81, has had practicatly an uninterrupted existence of 11 years. It is better supplied oow with tacilitiet lor transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Account of corporations, fiduciaries, firmi and Individuals respectfully solic-te- d. The Directory ol this Bank is composed T. J. Foster, of Stanford; Forestus Reid, Lincoln county; J. W. Harden, Stanford; ol S.H. Baughman, Lincoln; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Hocker. Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. C. Welch, Stanford; OFFICERS. W.P.Tate, Staalord. I. S. Hocker, President; John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinncy, Assistant Cashier. Farmers BanMTrnst Co. of stanford,:ky., It now fully organised and ready for business with Paid up Capital of - Surplus, ' . - - $200,000. 19,000, 1 SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and under ihe same management. By provisions of Its chatter, depositors are at fully protected at ate depositors in National Banks, its shareholders beine held Individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the amount invested In such shares, It may actaa executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their bulsioess to us while mnagtog the Lincoln National Bank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trutt they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to tame, our twenty year' experience in banking andas liberal accommodation as are consistent with sound banking, DIHCCTOKS: J.J. 1 Williams, Mt. Vernon; J. M. Hail, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S J. Embry, Stanford; J. H. Lynn, Stanford; . A. W. Carpenter, Milledgcvill; J. F. Cash, Stanford; . William Gooch, Suntord, Ky. S. U. Shanks, President. W. M. Bright, Teller. time-honore- 1 Engleman, John II. taking tare o0 of F. Kennedy's child 0 dayV hauling L. Fagaly, J. 3J 5 do 3 Fishur, It. (10 Fryo. J nines md.-- account 305 do Foster, J. B. S Foslioner, Mike, hauling on road 1 hauling ol days Guest, David 14 (1. 81 do Griffin, Win. e. 00 12 25 00 0) (X) Givcns, Mrs. N'cy 1 tlo 1 75 87 75 do (irccn, Frank . I 1 tlo Gooch, Lilbtirn Green River L. Co. 21 l'ds gravel lj days hauling Green, J. B. Jr. do Grcnigin, John 1 I 75 1 75 1 1 08 02 75 Gooch, 4 do Geisyl. F.J. 1 do Goode, J. D. do 4 Gover, J. F. 3 do Ciootle. T. K. 1 do David Guest, do I Gooch, G.T. Glass A Johnson nuUe. accouut T.J. 41 do r 87 I 7 00 1 75 25 75 7 00 ft 1 I 75 05 dayV hauling Sutton, Weshy 1 Stagg, D. It. 1 days plowing Smith, Win. dayV hauling Smith, John Simpson. Albert 11 Same lumber for bridge paed Shnfstnll, Frank 3 days' hauling Singleton, II. II. 2 " . 2 Swope, Joseph ' Stephenson, 0!sly 3 Spanglor, G. W. 2 2 Stickler, X. '' I Sims, Ann " 3 Sandidge, Silas Singleton, Chas. 4 2 Suddiith, J. 0. projected 3 Spratt, Lake " Shofstall, B. F. X. merchandise account Stickler, Shanks, S. II. Stringer, Jno. Stephen, J. H colllns for paupers Sine A Mencfer, luuibor account 1 1 1 J. B. Owsley, Cashier. 75 1 75 I 75 I 1 75 2 02 5 3 3 5 25 nf 6 txfiteo. 3 9 'I till fr&Q'f V ct vzH 50 50 25 3 50 5 25 I 75 5 25 7 00 5 25 Having removed my Barber Snop to the Com mercial Hotel, I am Vmi. I 00 55 4 52 8 75 00 38 Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, In anything thty may wish in my line. waited on. Call n me. Cb.il-als- o 00 50 50 JESSE THOMPSON, , la Commercial Hotel. 1 . II. -- J Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal THE NATION'S BLIGHT - WAGE QUESTION AT LAST SOLVED. The Stanford, Ky., October L'8. 1892 QROVER CLEVELAND ON THE, CURSE OF PLUTOCRACY. W. P. WALTON. Dealer In He Morka the People WI10 Propose That the Government Shnlt 1'rntect the lllrli mill Thnt They In Turn Shall Cnrn fur the Poor. No moro searching analysis of existing Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Auioricnn conditions was ever mado than thnt inndo by Mr. Cleveland in his closConfectioneries, Ac. ing mossagetliat of December, 1888 baker and can lurmsh i Has with him a without doubt tho ablest state paper in Sr read, Cake and Ihe like on ihort notice. American archives. "Plutocracy" in America means tho control of tho MYERS HOUSE tho onnctmentatul tho enforcement of laws through tho power of money. No intelligent American will deny that such n plutocracy exists, and P. W. GREEN, Prop. that tho issuo now to bo dotcrminod is between plutocrat and n, popular govstable, which l run In toirecllon with the This "Ujion caroful inspection," Myer House, has been supplied with ernment. writes Mr. Cleveland in summarising A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, tho causes which have raised this issue, Buggies, Wagons, "we find tho wealth and luxury of our ever cities mingled with poverty and wretch And Drummer' Siippl M and tetter than toil. A edness and unremuuerativo prepared to supply the public with crowded nnd constantly increasing RIGS OP ALL KINDS. urban population suggests tho impoverPersonal and prompt attention given to Weddings, ishment of rural sections and discontent Parties and Ilurlals with agricultural pursuits. P. W. GREEK, Proprietor. "Vo discover that tho fortunes reAL. BURNS, Manager. alized by our manufacturers aro no longer solely tho results of sturdy industry and enlightened forebight, but that they result from the discriminating favor of tho government nnd aro largely built upon undun exactions from the masses of our people. Tho gulf between IN THE employer and employee is constantly widening nnd classes aro rapidly formingone comprising tho very rich nnd , powerful, while in another aro found OK THE tho toiling poor. As wo view the achievements of aggregated capital, wc CHARACTER discover tho existence of trusts, comCHOICEST binations and monopolies, whilo the AT THE citizen is struggling far in tho rear or is trampled beneath an iron heel. CorX.O porations, which should bo carefully restrained creatures of tho law, are fast A full line of tho Choicest Fruits becoming tho people's masters. "Tho existing situation is injurious to and Vegetables and Swan's Down iche health of our entiro body politic. It Flour can he had at stifles in those for whoso benefit it is permitted nil patriotic lovo of country nnd D. substitutes in its plnco 6elfish greed and Goods Delivered Free of Charge. grasping avarice. Devotion to AmeriTerms, 30 Days. can citizenship for its own sake and for what it bhould accomplish as n motive to our nation's advancement and the happiness of all our peoplo is displaced by the assumption that tho government, instead of being tho embodiment of equality, is but an instrumentality through which especial and individual advantages aro to bo gained. Tho of this assumption is unconcealed. It appears in tho sordid disregard of all but personal interests in the refusal to abato for the benofit of others one iota of selfish advantage nnd in combinations to perpetuate such advantages through efforts to control legislation nnd to influence improperly the suffrages of tho people. "Communism is n hateful thing and a menace to peace and organized government. But tho communism of comCity bined wealth and capital, tho outgrowth of overweening cupidity and selfishness, & which insidiously undenniues tho justice and tho integrity of free instituJUNCTION CITY, KY. Have Juit erected a new Marble and Granite tions, is not less dangerous than the House and am fully prepared to fill order for nil communism of oppressed poverty Hnd I have in my kind ol Marble and Granite work employ (killed workmen fiom the Ent. My freight toil winch, exaspern'fcd by injustice and facilities can net be excelled aiid I will not be undiscontent, attacks with wild disorder dersold. 3S JOE S. WRIGHT the citadel of rule. lie mocks tho peoplo who proposes that the government shall protect tho rich and that they in tuni will care for tho laboring poor. Any intermediary between tho peoplo nnd their government, or the least deleWe. the undersigned, hereby warn all pero upon our lands or waters, said gation of tho care and protection tho not to hunt or fish In whole or in part in Garlands government owes to the humblest citirard, Boyle and Lincoln counties, Kentucky, and zen, makes the boast of free institutions we hereby agree to support each other lullv In the enforcement of the law againt any and all tresa glittering delusion and the protended passers. boon of American citizenship a shameimt septemoer id, 1097, less imposition." R. II. Bice. W.W. Yeager, Since Mr. Cleveland wrote this tho John W Miller. A.J. Kice, V, L. Ilroaddus, G T. Higginbuthain, plutocracy h:u dictated a great increase Cyrus Dady, M. K. Rout, in taxes and in the expenses of governA. D. Hughes, James M. White Bilght Herring, A. .M. and E. S. Bourne, ment. It has inaugurated a policy of W. J Ilallard, J. b. Johnson, 1 C.Kox, paying out millions annually in subsiAlex Wct, Frank rnx, I. B. KempT. dies and bounties direct from the treas15. F. Kohinaoii, J. J. Walker. ury. It has forced the agricultural T D. Chestnut, T. B: Robinson. Xlxoa Perkins; Hcuiy Walters, states deeper and deejxjr into debt. It Bourne, r.laml, lirrv J. II. has asserted a right to employ mercenaT M. Arnold, T. T. Pollard V. T. Fox.Jr, 'I. I. Herring. ries for use in private wars against laV. Cook. W. H. Mmi. J. bor. It has demanded complete control Mitchel Ilroaddus, J. P. Bourne, William Hubble, J t. Aldiidee. of elections through a force bill providFrasmus Dunn, S.J. Bourne, ing for returning lxnirds and supervisors A. R. and G. II Pope, John Pope. J j men Herring, C. I. Doty, to take tho places of judges and officers S. II. Andtrson, eager. J ;A chosen by tho people. And after all this S Iturdctt. II. I). Aldridge, I. E. Miller. Bertram Spralt, it comes once more liefore the jieople P G. Spoonamore, Miss Kate Burdett, asserting its right to control them and Mrs. M A Baughman, B. Aldildge. G. J.imes Underwood, to subject their inherent manhood rights John Bourne, Mrs E I. Owsley 64 to its assumptions of moii"v privilege. And on this issue of popular governBXST 1.1 QliUTT. XUBT IS QC1ITITT. ment against plutocratic government Grover Cleveland is once more at the front of tho Democratic party, challenging tho judgment of every enlightened American on the justice of its cause. St. Louis Republic. firu-cliigov-omuic- xxsr jehx st abjce I 11 well-kuow- n FIRST-CLAS- S Fresh Groceries! Greatest Abundance - that about 1,000 immigrants land weekly M: at Now York to find employment in domestic service, and thnt tho stoppago of immigration has raised the wages of APPALLING FIGURES. girls doing general housework fiom twelvo dollars to from sixteen to twenty Mr. McSwat linn an Argument with Ills dollars per month. Hotter Half. Now, what au object lesson this is for Mrs. McSwnt Bllligor, how often do McKinley, Harrison, Carnegio and tho you get shaved? Mr. McSwat About four times a weok other tender hearted friends of labor who hnvo been trying in vain to raise on nn nverngu. wages. This cholera Bcaro has cost us "How much timo does it uaunlly remillions of dollars, but it will bo a pay- quire?" ing investment to tho present adminis"About half an hour." "Half an hour four times a week I tration if it has given us a solution of this wago question. Hundreds of mil- That's two hours a week, four and days in a your, and nearly a month lions hnvo been invested in tho McKinley bill and other high tariff measures and a half in ten years. Think of it, Billiger. If you should lot your lieard to no purpose. Now, almost by tho question is solved right in grow you would save timo enough in ten front of our eyes. And how simple anil years" complete. "But look here. Lobelial Croat Scott! No theory and no guess work I Wages actually advanced 50 per I don't want to let it grow. Did you cent, in a few weeks, nnd the cause will ever see mo with a full set of vhikere.'" not bo disputed by any party! It was "No. but" "Well, let it bo tho cnuso of tho most not caused by n high or low duty or by heartfelt joy and gratitude yon ever any duty at all on goods. Lobelia, that you nevor did' It was caused by tho stoppago of immigration. Nor is it strange when tho With n full beard, madam. 1 look like n matter is considered under this new cocoanut in u llt?kf delirium tremens. light, for isn't tho labor market ruled tried it once years ago. Dogs barked by the same law of supply and demand at mo on tho street, children fled from that fixes prices everywhere? And is it mo in terror, footpads who caught not tho immigrant who has been bring- glimpse of me by moonlight or the iwle, ing in fresh supplies of labor to reduce flickering rays of a street lamp, dropped wages hero almost to the European level their sandlwgs and slunk troinblingh was offered sixty when product per earner i3 considered) up the alleys, and It is by checking immigration and not dollars a week and all oxtH'hses by n engagegoods, then, that wo may hopo to main- dime museum man for h tain highor wages here if they really ment. Vy ixrtrKit wiw hawked nil over aro higher. And now you would think tho country as the moat hidoous" "1 don't Wlieve any of that stuff. Biall of tho generous and sympathetic milone-thir- d aoci-dont, 1 Tho Now York Press of Sept. 22, says holatlsn Not Acceptable to Manufacturers anil Protectionist. JdWi U5 j $500 REWARD. 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Rowland. ny- Wyr A new and Cemplele ireatment, cemistlnc of Ointment In Capsules, also in bos and pith; a positive cure for r.ntereal Internal, llllnd or Weeding, Itching, Chronic, Kocent er Hereditary Piles This remedy has never bsen knen to fall. $1 per box. 6 tor J 5; sent by mail Why suffer from this terrible dlienie when a written guarantee i pnutlvely given with 6 boxes, 10 relund tliH money If not cured Send itamp for tree sample Guarantee iiaued by A K, Penny, Drtiggiit and scle agent, Stanford, Ky, Call for samples, 1 inppiilorici, 'wlF3 fa'' CURE '"IN tJAPAKESEi The most Celebrated Kye, liar, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in the State. flyro.T r 'i t ' 3Kbh!I--Ei- '' l)r. K C. a specific 11 g or tobacco, Wakelulneti, Mental Hepremoii, ot llrain, earning Imanuy, initery, dct.ay, death. Premature Old Age, llairennmi, Lois cf Power in either sev, Impelency, I ucorrhua and all Kumnle Wcakneurs, involuntary Losses, Sprr nf brain, Self matorrhrra cauted by A month's treatment Abutc, Ji, six InrSj by mail We guarantee ilx boxes to cure. Kach order for nv boxea with $j will send written guaranlie 10 refund II not cured Guarantee! Uiued only by A, K Penny, Pruggut and etc agent, Stanford, Ky 97 lyr Soft-eninover-exerti- on fr Hysteria, I)ltnnes,r its Neuralgia. Headache, Nervous Proitratlen rauted by abohoi Wen's Nerve ami llrain Treatment, a --B k! Hk27( J. S. APPLEMAN M. D., THK CKIKHHATHJ English Specialist, Ferine rly Prolcsserof 1 I'raithei f MJt ln, Vs s WEST FHXC3SS. WEAREN'S JESSE Junction Marble Granite Works Hunters and Fishermen. being-situat-- . manner. And Garthwaite admired the jwrsouV hair as ho passed his hands over it, and THE GREED OF PROTECTIONISTS. said that it was very lieautiful. Wliere-uK)the enrato was well pleased, and They Do Not Share Their Protection Garthwaite insscd his hand over the lloiuia with Their Kinplojees. more The whole theory of "protection" U ruddy locks again, and murmured approval. the welfare of the laborer is that "Many a lady would give a great deal subserved by leaving him in the hands to have such a head of hair as yours, of his employer, and tho only theory on which our tariff laws nre assumed to sir." "Indeed," said tho barber's victim, help the laborer U this: That if tho emnow quite interested: "why so?" ployers aro allowed to extort lwnnties "Ah, sir. it would take thedye so well!" from people at large they will use them replied Garthwnite. for the benefit of their laborers. Under BosAnd tho our "protective" system hundreds of ton 01o1e. conversation dropjied. millions annually are handed over as u bonus to manufacturing employers. Nc Incenloiis. one questions that. Thnt is just what "The practice of smoking is so prevathe tariff is for. Ah Mr. Robert 11. Cowdrey suggested lent in Holland." ouce remarked a traveler, "that when you are in an alehouse, some time since: where everyliody smokes, you cannot I; ASK A.NAWEH) YClt. I. 90MB I'HOTECTIOMST PI. Hare you ever weu a laborer n bo rami a possibly recognize tho jierson sitting nlcVel whether lie worked for n protected or next to you." unprotected emplojcr? "Then how does tho waiter manage to Hare you ever seen a laborer who eipectcd more wages from a protected than distinguish tho customers?" to receive "Oh, easily enough. Ho always caran unprotected employer? Hare you ever seen a protected manufac- ries a pair of bellows atiout with him to turer who paid higher wnceo than be wan com- blow away the smoke until ho discovers pelled to? Have jou eteriecn a cry wea.Itby firm pay the person who summoned him." n lionaire friends of labor would at once begin to make laws to stop immigration. No; such is not likely to be tho case. In fact these good manufacturers aro likely to fight ngainst n duty on imjKirted labor as hard us they fight for a duty on imported goods. They had their "contract labor laws" in tho sixties to indnco immigration hero to keep wages down, and it is their boast that "protection" encourages immigration. Tho Now York Tribnno said on thi same day (Sept. 22): "Protection has been our policy for thirty years. Ten millions of aliens have been brought from Europe and supplied with remunerative employment under tho stimulative effects of a tariff policy." The pamo New York Press also boasts editorially that our high tariff policy is draining Europo of tho cream of her laborers, and that the mouarchs there aro doing their best to keep subjects nt home. What is the poor laborer to do: Shall ho continue to place his trust in a jKirty that for thirty years has been experimenting in tho wrong direction to raise wages, and that will not adopt the solution now that it comes from another direction? Shall ho form a new party to stop immigration, or docs this big and thickly, settled country have need of tho brnwn squeezed out of tho monarchies of Europe? How would it do to take duties off of tho necessaries of life nnd raiso wages at once by increasing their purchasing power? Perhaps after all, it is less and not more interference with trade nnd commerco that is in the interest of labor. lliger, and I'm Mire" "Don't interrupt me, madam. My board gmAs straight out, up, down, sideways, every bristle for itself, likr the Hpim mi tiie fretful chestnut burr and it grows ui every slmde and clir frur.i briudli' to vermilion and lic. aguin. If j u could wu mo once will a hrslgc fence all over my face jon would" t "But think tif the time you in" "Thr time I lonel Look hero! How often do you llx your liHirT "Extiy day of my lif, of eaurs. hut ln-- Tinv m bjs an nntl-bllln- TUTTS nnd antl-malarl- Eloctrlcal Modicnl Collogo, Now Uxaminmg Liver Pills! TORONTO, CANADA. PhysliMnof Ike Southern Medical Institute, I.OUISVILLK, KY. remedy aro wonderful In their oflrcta .gat. In freeing1 the aystetii nf blllotuuessW and malaria Noon living lu should be without them. Their use prevent attaoka of chill and ferer, dutiiuurur. billon colic, nnrl riven ilntinlatnitrf-nirthtresist all tho eTlls of an uliealthy nnd Impure at. VM.nAnl.MrM. V IMnrBtlllv Bit l'rlce, 9So. Onlcr. 30 lark Place, .V. Y. a Malarial Regions Will be nt Myors House, Stanford Tuesday, Nov. 8, And till noon on tho Oth Kcturnintt every four wr-tk- s iluilng the year e STKALT, K T Y CIAR.K. STRAUB & TRACT l CO , Acute and Chrwnic Catarrh. Klaflag in Kar Kye, Nom, TV real Dealneti, "You needn't answer. I know how work guaranteed against detective material and l.ungs, Kirfner, Urinary and har, lllsddtr truubles 7 workmanihip llflghl's Ditee, Dikbflet, D)iHpU, Coili- you do it often long it takes. I've 1atien, Rheuatim sud Paralytis, ltpilpyor enough. It takes you half an hour even cured. . eung or middle aged men sarTsrlnt; freim Jipf. blessed day of ottr life to look aft ti materrnea, lmptcary, Krnplii, the rssulis f , your fmai-sif that's what you rail Is ten Us tines nf errors or exc estes, abuM call of the mst I am receiving Vfc guraateea cure if has net them. Think of it! Half an hour a lew far in Stanford, MILLLINKRY ever Super H hair and all eraptwos of the lies with an especial view to the wants ef tk.s three hours and a lmlf u week, near!) of Cincinnati, an expe . permanently removed trade. eight days in a year, an entire month in rlenced Mhs NeraIsWelt, me this seasefi and I with trimmer, guarantee everything 10 bn In Ihe ksiesl and most four yeaw, u whole year in forty-eigh- t call The ladles yearn and over two years in a century'. appioved taihten goods, which I are invited lpJeai-ur- e As SyphlM, Scrofuls, will. take a ad examine my Stricture, GIet,Mt , Lobelia, you'd letter go and look after in shewing, currd by never falling icmedles , MtSS IICCIK 1IUAZLI V. wttmen, such at l.eucoirhea, tvainfal tho baby." Chicago Tribune. Memiraatien, tllipUceieinl ol Wemb, keailng down pains in bark, relieved In abort time. 'Ibe Doctor carries all his portable Initrumeatt Heiiiitirul Hair. and tomes prepared to cxamio the mil obscure bishop of Trinidad wa-onTho pre-e- nt medical ami surgical catri. He undertakes no incurable iWaiei hut cure curate of St. John's, Chatham. hutwlrrdi given up todir, that's diJTVreiit." "That's different, is it. hey! How ion 4 Plumbere and Steam Fitters. does it take you to fix it?" Pealen in all kiadi nf lion and Ilrats Good far "I think you're jnt as" steam and water Sanitary (ioudt of all kind. All AL. Ilnpit-a- l Meili. al C4kgr. New Yirk City, and the Jh- rical Mrdicsl (. oUee, Canada. He has Hudy made a ike rtii he treated in the gieat llelievneaad Chanty llespital Inr several yeais and rcoHlet neiapctier in dwgaaMeg He ilevetti all and ihHimk Chronic Diteaw-- s hit time to tkelrvatment ef chiewi: and aetven diseaiesef both sexes aad bis skill as an exsxrt la this claiaof nun ! well elhllkcd Tieali and a t)r Applemanu gradualrcf llelleviie ip.il TrHt, Pormanontly Curos I)iaieof sen TO THE LA33IES. bdleI dn. rltnt fcl-cl- -ed u-- ce hcletl ge Blood and Skin Discuses. lias(sl V1 ce England, nnd he had a beautiful head ol ruddy hair. Ono day lie went into to have his hair cut in the usual Garth-waite'- s IIP nyjmgnsC. I' -- CONSULTATION FREE And Cenfidentis.1. J fa i A Addresi , S. Ari'LKMAN.M.D Louisville, Ky. POSTED. 'tiG&ih E rr "Sj-T- let && This tiatlte forewarns hunters, fishermen and others net telirpas on our lauds without per. million, ai all iu.h will be preeculed to the fall eit client of the law. Signed M.SPOON'AMOORE I. n IIRUCK. 3 'ritOMASC. HALL. C II. W1VMAM. AND STKEI.E1IAILKY. A.M. FKLANI) Y. C. . A steel;boilers, Upright and Horizontal. ANTON R KNACK KR CLARK RKYNOLD.- -. M. LACKOWITZ. T II. NKWLANU. W. W. IIAYh. tJ. C. LYON FKLD HALM ANN JAMRSr.lVKN'S. I. S. PHILLIPS, INKS. Stationary, ;8emi Portable and Portable. All sizes up to 26- horse power Unequalcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. Write for Free llluuraled Pamplets and our QBBJW 110 oiin Tit-Bit- 11 WORMS! WHITE'S GREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Romedios. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rivrimlbjUIOtiSDSOX.TATUmXl'U. to,, FOR 20 YEARS SOLD EVERYWHERE. ST.LOCI8. Scientific American Agenoy for fS . k CAVEATS. 1 rnus DESIQM PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, etc. mno, For information and free Handbook write to JtUNN & CO., &;i BltOADWAT. NKW YORK. Oldest bureau for securing patenta In America. Every patent takea out by us Is Drought befora Ibe pufrlte by a netyce given free of charge In the Largest circulation of any scientiflo paper In the world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent man should be without it, Weekly, 83. 00 a year: tlM air months. Address MUNN X CO, rimuatuut. HI Brutrfway, New fork. fjur fertile soil insures our laborer t'heap Labor. Edward liedloe, United States consul cheap food. Our free government and to China, says there is a great field in lack of standing armies give him a Chiua for American manufacturers. respite from tho terrible taxation to supTho Chinese, lie says, need cheajier ma- port government under which European chines nnd better tools. No doubt hun- workmen groan, and tho "protected dreds of our manufacturers will em- manufacturers, taking tho most of what brace this opportunity to get the cheapest he has thus gained, point out the little' labor in tho world. But somehow in advantage they leave him, and ask linn tho past tho high wage countries have to 1k trrateful for the benefits of "pro done tho manufacturing for the low tection," which, whilo it gives them free wage countries, and high priced labor trade in labor, enables them to charge a has been tho cheapest. But perhaps bonus on all that every laborer buys. "Protection" makes the laborer pay manufacturers have been mistaken for several hundred years and are just now more for the goods he has to buy, but about to open their eyes and to reap un- puts no tariff on labor the one thing ho told fortuues from the employment of has to sell. It enables the manufacturers Chinese at ten or fifteen cents per day to charge more for what they have to to take the place of tho one dollar per S6ll, but does not make them pay more day European or the $1.C0 per day for what they have to buy lalwr. Whom American labor. We will see! does it protect? The manufacturer wants freo trade in A Good Protectionist. labor, and asks for "protection" in order "Yes. Free trade is all right in the- "to enable him to pay higher wages." ory, but. you see, our workingmen must Why not rather give free trade in goods have protection against the pauper la- and put a tariff on labor to "enable the bor of Europe," and in tho establish- workingmen to pay better prices?" Do ment which U9 managed all the grown the rich need protection more than the persons were foreigners and the ma- poor? Does the capitalist need protecchines were tended bv the children of tion bo much more than the working-man- ? American parent. St. Louia Courier. Hon. John De "Witt "Warner. A Chtuico for more wie lliuu a moderately wealthy one? Have you ever icUen more for an) thine than )ou were required to? nnd, furthermore. If j oi should, would you not call yourself n fool If, then, the unprotected niuiiufaolurer pu)s Just as lilw'li waeeh, and Mill Is ablu to make a profit, by what method of reasoning do jou arrive at tbu conultixlon that tho protected manufacturer paya hither wagve because- of protection? If there It freo trade In lalxir, and hik'h prices for those tiling which laborers must buy, is not the laborer beltiK robbed benented? If protection! ileal re to pay high waKC. whvdo they alwa) employ the cheapest labor they can nnd? pro-teotl- Part Mourning. JAMES LEFJFEI. NEW YORK CITY Ac CO., l"4rxYWriWfBKX5J2YJ v&TtfasdSmZaBffl SPRINOFIU V.OZZZ jsmAWtiil. W mmm Twenty mlleithe Shorlett to Michigan I'aiuti, Cleveland. Canada, Chlcsgo. Hutfalo, "Mary Dasher's uncle is dead. Did he leave airythliig?" "Nothing." "Then she will not go into mourning for him?" "Yes, part mourning. wear black susjienders." A She is going Exchange. U. c rn.n vKl-- P if iTigjjFi----- B St. Louit, Detroit, Indlanapolli and the west, Mutter nf N.unen. VrmF rtf l"jvfiy New York, KTJEW ISe wbugland, Boston, 77 .jf t J5'tVl t T l A IV Philadelphia, llaltimore, Washington, Quickest tune to Harrodiburg, Frankfort, Ky. Shortest aud Richmond, VIKOINIA Quicken line to )'! U BjLEANTS. SOLID VI STIIll I KD TRAINS thro with out change via Chattan.oga, llirmlngliam, Meridian, making direct connections en route for Knoa ville, Aiheville, Lynchburg and points in the , IF YOU ARE OOP (',., or Ef OKTK THK "W.SST, . .. HBHatHMWBSjnsinMeaDlMoaloBWftWVft--- At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmltig ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, Ilrunivick, Lake Ctty,Thomasville and FI.OHI The ouly line running solid Veitibuled tralnswithur Pullman Iloudolr or Palace Sleeping Cars to St. Auguttinc without change lor any clais of or baggage. Selma and Alontgoinery, Huntiville, Decatur Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. Shortest and quicken to Anniston, Selma, Mo bile. Ducct connections made at NKW ORLEANS without omnibus transier for Galveitos Houiton, Austin, kin. fHjiuia, r "Named your boy Joint after youn-elf- . Mr. Barrows'f" "No, Mis. Tomson. We have named him James after a prolonged family row." Hariier'a Bazar. s Wauled to Knurr. A. (somewhat illiterate) 1 read something in a iwper about idiots. Are they human beings? li. Certainly, they aro hunum beings liko yourself. Texas SiftingB. Iln. Is the line for you, at its TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, Miss. , Shreveport La., making direct connections without omuihus transfer lor Dallas, Fort Worth, Auitin.San Antoma, El I'aso and pointsln Daily Trains Double close connections at Make LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUfiH TICKETS SOLD. IIAfiOAGE CHECKUD THROUGH For any information esquire of JOES. KICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky, Or W. W. PENN, Trar. Pais. Agent, Junction City, Ky '1 Nut Surprising. Forrester How time does ilyl Lancaster I don't blame it. Think how many people there aro tryiug to kill itl Brooklyn LIfo. v. . ?' . iw'mn liM'i? rTWfW r r- Circuit Couht. West King, who killed Frank Fish, another negro, In u Bros.' street tight at Crab Orchard, was given Just rccoivi'il a nice lot of fall and two yeara In the penitentiary. It was Stanford, Ky., - October 28, 1892 wintur cloakn. 8. II. Shnnkn. proved that he walked out to his homo, Hemi-Weekly Interior Journal CotlN Shock twino fit MoKinney they will make their homo for the present. That they may grow even hnppior as thoy grow older is thu slncero wish of tho Interior Journal, which will watch their journey through life with a paternal interest. LADIES Ai e e GENTLEMEN. lL f I lif tol, alter Fish liaj. Insulted him and told FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. him to go and nrm himself. On his ren- You must know that our Tailor-madJones' Great turn they opened fire on each other but TAKKyour eij?" to Suits for both Ladies and James Swopo bought of A. T. Ilunn dozBargain Store and jct 17 cents per Gentlemen, our Tailor-madMEAHS IUSIHESS. nfter his first shot Fish's pistol refused a mare for $105. artistically en for them. to work and King had him at his merBeazley Bros, sold to Jesse ItamBey v Enouavinu beautifully and cy. Tho verdict was a compromise, a saddle maro for $00. aono at A. It. Penny's. ' Cam. and inspeut thu new goods at Bov your hooka and echool auppllea of Danks tho Jeweler's. A liner stock was eoino of tho jury being originally for John Bailey sold to Itobert Givons & fjfr ra, all kinds from A. It. Benny, who sells long terms. William Pleasant, who a bunch af fat steers at3Jc. noVer Boon In Stanford. thuiu Ht pubilnher'H priced. Our Talor made Boys' Suits and our Gents' Overcoats and our killed Alex Mullins at tho Halls Gap John Gooch sold to Prowitt it Wood Havk your watch, clock and jawoiry New line of stoves, etovu pipe, zinc, festival, thu particulars of which are a lot of butcher stuff at 2jc. All woik repaired at A. It. Penny's. coal vwhm, coal hods, shovels, tongs, po- f.esh In the minds of our readers, was WArrantud. John Hill sold to PrewitUb Wood a UxMKMiiun Ihatnll allverwarH. watrhtw, kers, kr. at Mc Kinney Bros. let oir with six years. This too was a lot of slop cattle at 2 cents. rinRB, Ac, bought nt A. H. Penny's wil. compromise, the jury at first being di D. C. Terhuuo bought 20 mule colts bo engraved freo of charRe. All direct from the hands of skilled manufacturers, arc unequalled Klkuast assortment of uloaka and vided from acquittal to a life sentence. for I). J. Curry A Itue at $50 25. and, hot or cold, they must be sold. Come and examine before you wrawjust rsceived at S. H. Shanks' Kan Turpi ti and Harvey Pleasants con G. A. Itckcy sold to Kd Hopper a PERSONAL POINTS. invest your money. We are here to accommodate the people. Cull. and sou them bo (ore the stouk Is thoroughbred filly colt for $125. fessed to breaking into the is lllU fclllMt of broken. given Mih.T. A. Urmiiam P. W. Green bought of Dr. G. A. ofJ.L Yniitlu and they were Ladies arc especially invited to look over our Dress Goods. Jersey nil Mrs. W. U. Dllllon. If tho ladles will comu and cue our three and one year respectively. Green Traylor iiBorrel gelding for $125. Suits and Vests, Silks, Velvets, Hosiery, Embroideries, Flannels, Mn. Thomas Puxli's, of Mmlisoii, is stock of drees goods, ulouks, underwear, Mullins, negro, hfltf already been given A. K. Hundley sold to an Illinois Skirts and Skirtings, Towels, Tabic Linens and everything that they visiting at .Mr. 1L CobbV. &a., they will be surprised at its extent. two vcars for tho samo offense and on party a combined mare for $200. need under all circumstances in life. . Is In Louisville buy-lu- g J. S. Hughes. Will Skvkra.nck being denied a new trial took an npin-nlD. C. Terhuuo sold to Woil & Bro The immense stream of customers pouring into our house day after goods for Severance it Son. This makes flvo booked for tho pen and of Lexington, II 1,335 pound cattle nt3L I HAVk a No. 1 saddle horse, six years day tells you where to get all your desires satisfied. It takes only a .Mil. J. A. Mimn has returned from a commonwealth's busiabout closes tho Wanted. A couple of teams of exold, and which drives well, that 1 will small amount of money to equip you for cold weather at our store. visit to her old lionm in Hart county. ness. tra good mules. Mares preferred. Benz Mi6j).1kssix Cook, of lhiHtou villi' , is exuhauge for nice butcher Btuu" of any Come and see for yourself how we do business. We are building up grand jury adjourned finally Wed- ley Bros. The tho guest of her Bister, Min. O. B. Coop- kind. M. F. Elkln. nesday after being In session eight days B. G. Fox sold to I. N. Moreland, of an immense trade and must still ex'tend it. er. old jack for $450 Wanted. To trado $6,000 worth of Among the 02 indictments found II! are Louisiana, a a pood Intf.hiouJouh-.na- l desirable Florida Dn. L. property for small against G. W. Lee for violating the Advocate. BubBrrlber at Williamsburg, was AddreM Lock liquor laws and about the same number Lincoln county farm. It is claim d that Iroquois is tie hero Tuesdny. ngaiust Sherrod Coylo for tho same of- largest winning sire of thu year, his get Box GO, Pineville, Ky.. Miss Annik Shanks went to Shelby-vill. fense. Thu City of Stonford was indict- having won over $170,000. Wednesday, to visit hor relative h, Mil. Watt Duddkiiaii, who was exam ed for allowing the St. Asaph to become Capt. Julian Vest bought of E. T. tho Misses Pickett. ining the new Australian damned up with filth. F. L. Clifford Pence n bunch of heifers at 21 cents nnd Mmidames. J. S. Koiiinon and A. C. wanted to know of Sheriff Menefee if was Indicted for tho embezzlement of of B. F. Kout one nt 2 cents. Uobiuson ant with Mrs. J. B. Paxlon nt they weie not tire extinguishers. Mrs. Nancy Smith bought of Alex tl00 from tho expresi comp.iny and tho CofTey House. IDRiTJ-GCXS770 froirf the L. t N. Tho other indictHoltzclaw 20 acres adjoining her farm, Tii.roui) Mkkhkii has rented the Hays ments Mu. William Ukazlkv, of Katiens for minor olFonpcs. In tho on the Lancaster pike, at $50por acre. aie City, is spending a few uueks with his farm for another yesr of F. Beid for nbwnco of Cnpt. Herndon, P. M. Nine thoroughbreds, the entire staI75. He has also rented the Paxton father, Col. J. M. Ben&ley. wss appointed commonwealth's ble of W It. Letcher, were sold at auc of bought r place for $1,000 per yeir and Mks. T. 1), KankymhI littlo Pino attorney protm. and made a good one. tion iu Lexiugton for $13,020, averaging of 100 wont up to Morelaud yesterday to John Murtihv tho Mven farm Judgn Morrow tells us that ho will ml- - 1,613. . acres on PiMiiersetplkn for visit tho family of Squire (1. T. Smiley. journ his court sine din to morrow. It M. H. Haggard bought 15 mule colts Mn. I von Pihii Is taking his brother, Call and secure Bargains. Tin: hou-- belonging to Joe Farmer, is his iHst term here anil our people give at $25 to $10. Corn sqld at McCarty's Birney Fish's placo at tho tlupot this who lives in the Wist F.ud, burned a him up regretfully. He is a fine man saloat$2.15 in the field. Georgetown POST-OFFIC- E week, whilu he is Bpeuding a 'few days few days ago and iutt of Urn contents nnd a good judge. Times. at home. Tiie lirn originated were eonsuiued. Mattie Kinney, Jim Gentry's pioni- MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Will If. Wkaiikk was out on the from a defective Hue, as usual. Mr. J. N. MEXEFKK ising racer, finished fourth in a J of a A. C. SINE street yesterday, the (list tlmu for six Fanner formerly lived in the Hale's Kdwiu Gould, second fon of Jay mile dash r.t Lexington Monday. Irish weeks, during which he hss been down Well vicinity. Gould, and Miss Sarah Saldino Schrady, Chief won iu 1:10. uith tin fever. of New York, were married Wednesday A new variety of wheat, the grains A had' and half Lincoln and Madison .Mil Bkk Spalpimi and Bonn, Hill and night. The wedding was a very quiet, of which are almost twice as large as the Clem, of Lebanon, came up Wednesday county young man went calling one but very elegantaffair. ordinary kernels, has been grown thi s to attend thu maninge of Mr. W. B night last week. Just why the girl kept A woman without arms was married season neor Moscow, Washington. exglancing at his feet was thoroughly Hill to Miss Hullo Jones. to a blind man with one leg two years M. F. Klkin bought of A. M. Felnnd Cait. W. II. KuiBv's wife and aunt, of plained when he got home and pulled ago at Melbourne. They havo just had arrived and are guests of the oil' his shoes ono was a patent leather, their second pair of twins, healthy, per- a lot of shoats and hogs nt lc; of AlParis, have hog9 at fred Simpson a lot of ColIcY House, while tiling up to move thu other a half broan. Richmond Cli- fectly formed children. Office nnd of V. A. Hail a lot of fat shoa ts 4c max. into the Misses Bcacley house. B. F. Ronton, of tho firm of Greer at 4c. Mn. B. H, Danks and wife returned Sale. Mr. J. B. Foster has sold his & Houton, ol Rowland, and Miss Maria D. C. Terhune bought at Lancaster Tuesday from their wedding tour. They house and lot on lower Main street to Haley, daughter of Granville Haley, Monday, IS good mule colts and 24 since have rooms at Mr. B. K. Wearen's and Dr. J. K. YanArsdalo for 83,500. He drove up to Kill. J. G. Livingston's from Took Hubble, 40 in ull, nt an aver- . Bout's. ill take meals at Mr. J. To have )uur photojraphs taken. Ho lteeps up I will sell prlvaloly my Farm of 41 Acre, 1 mile also sold him tho remainder of his goods Wednesday and were joined heart and ago of $41.25, They were shipped to with all the 31 us. Makv Giik'R.v, of Kltzabethtown, from Crab Orchard, on the sanford pILe. It u hand by that gentleman. May thoy al- Lowisburg, Tenn. S. Withnt cost and his lease on Mrs. II. good land and well improved with good dwelling, Mr. ami .Mrs. bam Urown, .Mr. ana Jirs. ers' store room, which has two more ways bo happy as thoy nro at present. I. Frank Walton, of Danville, pur- Uirn, iopyard, water, A.C Call on me on the P f ......ntirt,. a.i.l ttcjt l.lti.l. Itrntvn And will give you cood mtlsfjcllnn. John S. Henry, of Knoxville, and chased of the First National Bank, of premise or address me at Crab Orchard.N'AUDI. years to run. Tho doctor will open up JOHN I)K 651! A.J EARI', Stanford. tf Somerset, are visiting at Mr, John 0. in fine style as soon as the building is Miss Elizabeth B. Buchanan, this place, SO acres of the van do Water Hill's this week. completed and carry about tho saute ter of Mr. W. F. Abraham, of tho Kast farm, on the Rush Branch turnpike, un SHOP. 3SEW Mil K. W. Smith has returned from kind of stock that Mr. Foster did. Knd, were married yesterday athls home. improved, at $12.50. Murphy, N. C, where ho went to testify Mr. Henry is a passenger conductor and is Ca tie are active in Cincinnati with Butcher Shop on I have Just opened a in a railroad milt. Ho was in Ashevlllo Mkktinob of democrats wore held at Bid to be n very clever gentleman, while best shippers rt 4.05; stackers nnd feedLancaster street, where will keep at all times Of.all Uudt, a day or two and says he has rarely aetn tho court house Monday nnd Tuesday his bride is a splendid lady and a very ers 2 to 3 and all guides of hogs arc in : 3VEE.A.TS Made and Set Up in All Parts of : a placo Improve as fast. nights for the purpose of organizing a pretty one. the Country. demand at o to o 00; sheep are quiet at that can be obtained, which I will sell at the mar- for club and of taklni: steps to instruct the Mies Ixjuisk Bailky leaves Mr. V. B. Hill and Miss Bolle, tho 21 to 51; Block ewes 3 to 4 cents. I have a tine, oew, large refrigerator Vet price. Xo Agents employed, ami niMit will always - Lent fresh and nice Manchester, to bo present Ht the uninitiated in tho new way of voting. pretty daughter of Major Jones, of Mt. mo W. P. Prewitt, auctioneer of Pain t JUI.JANVEST 43 W. ADAMS & SON, Mr. It Speeches wore inndu by Bright Ferrill, Salem, were married at tho bride's home of Miss Kinina Garrard, to Lick, reports the sale of Thouiaa Ram-- a No. 42 1! road way, Lexington, Kjv Nov. 10th. Mies J. K. Portman, W. II. Miller nnd others yesterday afternoon at U:'M, Itov. W. J. A " 0. Ford, which occur y's land on the Lnncasti r pike, 2 miles officiating. After from Richmond. The 371 acres sold to Bailey will bo ono of thu bride's maids. a club, which wai christen Ward, of Somerset, after which the marriage tho happy young couple, John Hiele at $30 50. This was consid- Farm, Stock and Crop, Farming J)it. John M. Craio, who has been ill ed the "Old Hickory Club" was organ-izeDEALER IN with some oO members. G. B. accompanied by n number of friends, ered very cheap. wsth typhoid malarial fover for several Utensils, &c. months, wus taken suddenly very much Cooper was elected president anil J. T. drove to Mr. Hill's borne, where a reD. O. Terhune, of Mercer, paid $80 ception was to have been had and of per head for 20 extra tine hiig.ir mare Desiring to retire from active business, I will on Kmbry secretary. worse Tuesdny night and since his conAnd Country Produce, n which we will give further mention in mule colts to J. W, Major, of Alton. dition has been very critical. His docHas opened goods and Is to Nov. 3, 1S92, the people ofhis stock ofand vicinity. ready Is serve of tho Presbyterian The Interior Stanford He offer our next issue. tors, who say he ctnnol possibly live, These were a superior lot of mules and of Stanford In "g unheard of JSargalns and all who want At my home iU, miles churuh is now the handsomest in this As announced iu our last issue, Miss Mr. Terhune expects to feed thorn at his Lincoln county. Kv.. se ai puiiiic auciiuu 10 ine '""""". ",v """" i""''' for tho worse was state that his change Mm,..!, .nuuiu Messrs. F. Fernow and his him on Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pike highest bidder my entire property, Pattie Gooch and Mr. Will Matheny own mulestablu. caused by the bursting of a blood vewel ection. sous, P. W. and F. Fernow, Jr., of were married Wednesday morning at on the brain. SYIy Farm Tho largest sale of cattle ever made Acres, Louisville, have about finished their the residence of the brido'd father, Mr, in Kentucky was consummated nt IVris Of some of the very best Land in Lin- fresco it and they havo done contract to CITY AND VICINITY, William Gooch, Kid. John Bell Gibson roln county, nneiy iinprovwi in every respect. 11 a job to be proud of. When services are officiating. The attendants were Miss Tuesday. O. Alexander, the cattle king hs a beaulitul frontage ou the Stanford and Dan- We desire to sell our farm near McKinney, II, next held in it. those who havo been and banker, sold to T. C. Eastman, of ville turnpike, in a mint excellent , neighborhood, I New line Zylglar shoes at surroundings-- and Mayuie Lynn and brother, Will Lynn. New York, nearly 700 hesd of Durhams, erls one objectionable pleasant anddesir.iblealtogeth- of the most homes t OIllciIIllIll; . Shanks'. used to the bare walls and barn like The bride, who is h very handsome i;s, this section all reds. They will average over 1.S0O Iu My personal of the Sute beWell improved, 45 acrts logo In wheat. It has a property, vii: Beazley, col- look of the uuditorium, will hardly T. O. Ball sold to Ann young lady, was dressed in a traveling pounds, and will bring Mr. Alexander ijliead ol fat Cattle, ta milk Com, eight and No. dwelling on It, good barn, buggy house, ice Steers and Heifers, awcllbied Short- bouse cabins In yard, two wells, fine spring and ored, a house and lot in Macks ville for lieve their eyes that such a pleasing suit of blue with hat to match and was about $15,000. The price paid for them horn Dulls, s Calves, 30 Southdown Ewes year- spring house, large pond, Arc. All unded good change could be wrought. 2S0. 8 Soulhdnun lamb llucks, 35 fat Hogs, so of youth and loveliness. She is tho highest so far thin tnd the picture " fuasou. These ling Shoats. 6 llrootl Mares. yearling Colts, i fence fall on or address tine J.M. IIKOWN& WIFE, Some time ago thu report was circulat- is n Bplendid young lady and Mr. Mathe- cattle will be Bhipped to England, part earling Killy by Pence, a wcrk Horses, 3 work to your Six percent, will bo added Near Mc Kinney, Ky. Ss was in ny has certainly won n priceless jewbl in of them for Queen Victoria, and uro for Mules, a Yearling .Mules, measured at the shock. ;5 acres ol Corn to be taxes If not paid before Monday next. ed hero that A. M. Pence, who K)e, bushels of Wheat o Illinois, with his stock, had lost heavily his selection of a help meet. Mr. Ma- the London nnd Liverpool Christinas 300Hay, a Deering Hinder,bushels ofRake 6 stacks Grain J. N. Menefee, Sheriff. Hav of on the races and had bocomu involved. theny is an industriousand cleveryoung markets. It took 00 cars to transport Drill, a Mowers Porn Planter I lloosler Drill, r a lot ol Dix Cutter, Kcaper, nn we believe, make a kind them from Paris to New York. Tukiie is a good deal of personal On tho strength of this thu First Nation- man and will, miscellaneous I'arming Machinery and Implethis issue. Seo al Bank nnd Dr. S. G. Hooker, whom he and attentive husband. They drove to my Household and Kitchen Furniments and all on tho third page of ture. if your name is printed there. owed about $200 and $:MX) respectively, Junction City, accompanied by Miss Frank Chambers, a notorious colored Terms: farm for cah anil remainder in two equal annual payments, wun niicres; irom , burglar ami got out an attachment ou his property Lynn and brother, and took tho O. S. day 01 sale Personalty on a credit till January 1, iax, except Cait. Julian Vbst has contracted horo. Mr. Pence returned as booh as he for Cincinnati and from there they will waa arrested at Chicago, Ky., by Mar- pallllncash. for sums under f 10, wlucn must be J. M. RKID Articles to Suit the Most Fastidi-- ; with Sine & Menefeo for a $1,200 eottago could and on thu trial of thu matter yes- go to Chicago. 6$ shal Yowell and W. W. renu and Capt A l Talbott, Auctioneer. ous. A complete line of purchased at the Portnibn terday ho won, tho parties only alleging W. Frank McKinnuy and Mibs placed in jail at Lebanon, from which a Mr. on his lot Iteid, the handsome and lovab.u mob tried to tak him and hnnt; him, sale. that he had left the State. Mr. Pence says Bessie PUBLIC SALE he will nowinstitute suit for heavy dam- daughter of Mr. J. M. Iteid, drove to prop-urtFor Sale. Desirablo residence Hustonville Tuesday night and were agaiust both plaintlfis. ages Desired Information. CROP. LEND. STOCK I offer for sale my lot and two We desire to impress upon the minds of tho pubmarried in the Weatherford House pardwelling houses on Lancaster street. the superiority of the service offered by the Game. At Dan- lor by Kldor W. A. Gibson. They were lic Great Foot-ha- ll As Executor of George Vaughn, deed , I will Wisconsin I'entral Lines betwten Chicago and at his Mrs. M. K. Daviess. ville on Saturday, Nov. 5th, will bo accompanied by Miss Clara Lackey and Milwaukee and St 1'nul, Minneapolis, Ouluth and sellCrab Orlate residenceon miles from Stanford hard pike, on 9 Northwest. Two fast ... which will Carroll Bailey, who stood up with them al! 'points In thef..k. .U...I tMiiiii.nfu.1trains leave of played u game ...! IUI .31 .niCHUUAliy iiui. fl.i...nl.. miu Du A iiKAUTii'Ui. display of holiday novelRoom Nov. 1st, 1892, bo of gpcat interest to nil lovers of that during the ceremony. Tho marriage nt nth with l'ullmau ofestibuled Druwinc Dining laieidelgn. Its Sleepersaml CoadiM ties, wedding and birthday presentt, manly sport. Centre College, champi- tliis tune was a surprise not oven the Car Service is unsurpassed. It is the only route The following property, to .wit : 'fresh from Chicago and Cincinnati, at tn the Pacific Coast oter whieh both Pullman 2, ons of tho South for the ceason nnd l'lilliuan Tourist Curs are groom's family knew a thing about it Danks, tho Joweler's. 216 operated tram Chicago via t. 1'aul without change. will play the University of Cincinnati, till Wednesday nnd only tho bride's fa1'uiuphelti giving valuable Information can be or good land, well improied; has irood residence, . .. Miami Uuivei-eity- . upon application to your nearest Gents, coino and examine our Canton who havo just defeated iiarn and other outbuildings, and wafer, and ad- - Complicated VVatCh Repairs aild ther was made awaro of it but it was obtained free or to Jas. General Passenticket agent, French balbriggan Thelgamo will bo n thrilling one generally conceded that they would be- ger and Ticket Agent, C. I'ond, III. ,aint the lands ol S. II. Shanks, J. E. I.ynn and A. llaunel lined and our Chicago, n Atvt;r 'fa'" ..'",.sH F. Moberly milorwpflr. our overcalters and shirt from start to.finish. A return game will cash; balance in one and Terms: come one after God's holy ordinance AH goods sold engrased tree of charge. two )ears with Interest. Also bo played in ICincinnati on Thanksgiv- some day, as they haye been sweethearts stock. J. S. Hughes. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 9 airVour patronage respectfully solicited. ing day. Thero willjhe reduced rates on for a number of years. The bride is an Four llrood Mnres, 3 Mares and Colts, cood Jen work Horse, Jennet and Colt, PvnsnNR havlm: laundry to send out all tho railroads to this game. It will elegant young lady, pretty and accomnet, at'ows and Cahes, 40 Ewes, 1 old Heifer, a Sows and 1a Shoats, will please have it ready on Monday af- bo the most noted game ever played in llucks, and will make, n devolod- - nnd Beautiful Crayon Free of Cost. about o acres ot Corn in the field, 6 stacks timoternoons, as it will be called for at that this section of tho country. Don't for- plished Hay, 3 slacks of Oats, a Mowing Machines, thy model little wife. For aqveral years she I'OR THE Reaper, Wheat Drill, Hay Rake, time. Jesse Thompson. get tho date of 1st game, Saturday, Nov. has had charge of the domestic affairs at Rockaway, a lot of Fence Posts, 11 sUml Ilees, I Those Buying $10's Worth Goods alotol Urick, Harrow, a Wagons and all other Admission The Q. & O. will run an excursion 5th. Game called at 3 ivm. Farming Implements Uaiully fouudouu her father's country homo and has provHARVEST - EXCURSIONS, Will receive FKF.B a handsome portrait uf their farm, mid to S.m Francisco, Nov. for ladicB and gentlemen 25 cents. Cen- en herself a splenlld housekeeper, from Cincinnati or for $5 cash will friends or any of their family, will play the Loulsvillo AthAUG. 30 and SEPT. 27, :id, at $17 25 and only 1 GO for double tre's team which Is a recommendation to any furnish picture and frame complete, from now till Forty-Nin- e Shares of Bank Stock letic Club, Washington and Lee, Uni- young lady. Mr.McKinuey is a mem. January ', 1891. THE "WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES" in sleeper through. berth CArH 1IARGA1N STORE. Ten In the Fanners Ikink . Trust Co. and 14 in versity of Virginia and Purdue UniverH. r. JONES, SR. the Will run lor rate Harw.it Excursions onaboie the First National uf Sta- ford, 5 her of tho firm of McKinney Bros, and 701m old colored woman named sity before the season is over. National ol St Joseph Mu., and 10 Iu First Na- dates to points in Minnesota, Montana, North and There Is au is a man of fine business qualifications, South Dakota. Tickets will be good twenty to) tional of Fort Scott, Kansas. SALE. Judle Sims, living In Logantown, a colLAND r At the same time and place I will sells good days from date of sale, with privileges and has s.bown his good .Colts, to points west of M. Paul and Minneapolis. To Let. A good house and garden, of good morals Itrood Mares and some welt bred In this county, who we ored settlement selection of a wife. Fillies. For lull information, address any of thy CompaForty Acres of Lund, 4 miles South of Stanford, and come nice yearling and 102 years pasture and stable and 50 acres for corn judgment in tho representatives, or are told by reliable parties, is half cleared, balance ill timber, good orchard, two Terms made known on day of sale. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. HAIL. V A.Vaughu, deed. ny's 'Gen'l Pass. andTicket JAS C Chicago, never fading springs, and, a small house. POND, old. She la very feeble, but not much to a careful and industrious man. J. H. Kxctutor George G T. McROHERTa. Agt , 5ytf 5,, III. returned to Mr. Iteld'B, where Miller. for years. more bo than she has been B.o.WAUTON.Bus.ManaRer Nr.w California Dried Poaohcs, Apricots and Prunes at A. A. Warren's. n uiilo ot more from town, to get his pis- rajfiMTPCR. "'-- ' Mackintosh Coats, meat-hous- e u, s s . J. S. HUGHES. o, m ballot-boxe- mpM W.B.acRDBBHT2, T, Mc-ltohe- rtfl Dud-dora- Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford ZlEASfc OF ) BOOM. & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. STANFORD LUMBER YARD! Farm For Sale. 200-pouu- d GotoEarp'sArtGalltry Latest Improvements, gj-17 T stop-daug- h BUTCHER first-clas- s MONUMENTS 1 thiej 1 best b.- . to-ti- ny innr-ria- ge -- FtTBLXC SALE i9-6- d C. B. POWELL, -:- General Merchandiser Thursday, north-we11 to-- it , of 300 lllue-Gra- I Good Farm For Sale. jlw aui I o 1 1 1 1 1 1 ou 1 oth-c- in a TxnrrriCi jij'.akrsi jt$vS3 THE JEWELER, one-thir- d j liorsu-tliiff- safe-blowe- r, 1 yi w EM) Watches, Cloeks a1- - tfl ' foot-bal- l, l.. Tuesday, d, Jewelry lninU 01-9- first-cla- The Farm of ne-third Acres And SILVERWARE. ... 1 1 South-tow- Mails 1 ar OSTE fiSS&b -:- 1 1 sell-Ka- 1 1 FARE 1 Round Trip first-clas- s 1 - 1 111 FOR stop-ove- year-ol- Mc-Klnn- i&2kwmmLmmwi:mimittMi m C53 v0 Semi-Weekly Interior Journal AT TAMFF ON GOAT HAIR ABSURD'TY Published Bvory Tuoaday and Friday THE AND INJUSTICE OF IT EXPOSED. TJCR VIBA-H- . o IfWhMi not paid IN" A,T3 S3.5Q will be (mi BrcTBraa7jfi A Duty of Twthe Cent it rnitnil Imposed Cpon 1111 Article tlio Conimqrclai A Value uf Wlilcli I lint Two Cent Shrewd Scheme. Judge Gray, of the United States has just sustained thonction of Collector Bearti, of Boston, in classifying common goat hair with second clnsa wool, anil making it dutiable- thoreforo at twolvo cents per pound. In commenting on this decision Tho Amorican Wool and Cotton Itonorter, edited by a moderate protectionist, says in iui issue of Sept. 22: "Of course the court did not consider whether this duty of 000 to 800 per cent, upon tho pauper goat hair of Bombay or Russia is nbsunl or tho reverse. Tho court simply decided that under tho phraseology of tho McKiuley bill nil goat hair comes within tho provisions of class 2 of tho wool schedule, and is thoroforo dutinble nt twelve cents per pound. Under tho tariff law which was" in forco previous to tho passage of tho McKiuley act this goat hair was free of duty. "As tho law reads, the hair of a primi tive Itussinn or Bombay goat, worth two cents por ponnd, is dutiable at twelve cents por pound, while tho wool of a primitive sheep nt 02 per cent, ml valorem might get in nt tlireo cents per ponnd or less. "The supremo court has decided upon the exact reading of tho law, nnd ifc has reached n decision that must bo conceded as correct by every person who interprets tho law ns it stands, nnd not as it should bo from n commercial or economical standpoint. "Tho fact that tho law imposes a duty of twelve cents or pound upon an nrti-cl- o tho commercial value of which is from two to threo cents per pound, and which has heretofore come in freo of duty, has no bearing upon tho question. Tho JIcKinley schedule is replete with theso inconsistencies, nnd a close study of the measure and tho methods employed in constructing it will show that these seeming absurdities and ridiculous features did not get in by chance, but were cleverly devised schemes of men who knew what thoy wanted and were not scrupulous in reaching for it. And it is this feature of the McKinley bill that has cast odium upon it and has cost tho Republican party a largo number of voters." It seems absurd to talk about twelve cents per pound duty on common goat hnir, aud yet this is tho law and thero is no escape from it. "Tho Ohio wool growers have gained their point, but we fail to see whero it can benefit them in tho slightest. It is hardly probable that they contemplate establishing a common goat industry, nor is it nt all probable that tho exclusion of foreign goat hair will appreciably increase the demnnd for wool certainly not domestic wool. It is a hardship which fulls heavily upon carpet manufacturers, and nlso upon consumers of low grade carpet-ingand is of no material benefit to any one. A duty of twelve cents per pound on goat hair is nonsensical; it means absolute prohibition, and that is what the frainers of that portion of tho tariff law aimed at." It is not surprising that, understand ing ns it does how the wool schedule was concocted, The American Wool and Ootton Reporter, protectionist though it U, hns conio out in favor of freo wool and dares to say that the McKiuley bill is not perfect. s. MRP POWDER Absolutely Puro H chest ol A Cream of Tarter Baking Powder atl in leavening strength -- Latest United State Government Food Report. ROYAL TAKING POWDKRCO ,orlc ioo Wall street, New at K. Z. LOCAL TIME CARD. returning Train leaves Rowiand at 700 a. m., s:o P. m. I'nrlslnn Unnlcl. During discussion at n local cafo nt Vincennes between a numbor of tho "bigwigs" of tho plnco ft hot was mndo between AI. ilnitre, n councilor, of the district nnd n vetorinnry surgeon, and M. Ango, a wholosalo butchor, that tho latter would not enter tho lions cago in n meitngorio then showing at Vincennes in company with tho lion tamer Lorange, tho proprietor of tho wild beasts. The sum nt stako was twenty pounds. Tho uews of tho wnger spread through tho littlo town, whero M. Ango is woll known, nnd ns a natural conscquenco s the show was packed with anxious nt tho evening peformance, when tho bet was to bo lost or won. Punctually nt 0 o'clock tho lion tnmer nnd M. Ango entered tho cage, in which thoro wero no lions, and af tor tho cheers d which greeted their appoarnnco had tho former advanced to tho bars and in n polito speech informed tho public that 1. Ango had won his bot, having accompanied him into tho lions cnge. "But what about tho lions?' Tolled tho audience. "This is tho lions cngo, nnd nothing was said nbout tho lions being in it," explained M. Lorange. Tho public quickly saw tho joke aud cheered AI. Ango to tho echo ns ho withdrew from tho cngo. Curious to relate, M. Maitro fiatly refused to pay tho money nnd is to bo sued for tho amount, as it was understood that rho wager was to bo spent on a banquet to comiuemornto tho feto of Sept. 22. Paris Cor. Loudon Telegraph. A 11 sight-Beersub-Bide- STAGE GLINTS. W. Mansfield company. J. Forgiwon has loft tho Riohard a,. train -p- L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ... going North ... .--. J9 P- - s-v.v a-::r::::rr:- ..:: Local Freight North.... i me is about so minutes The latter trains alo carry passengers. on standard time. Solar The above Is calculated faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. :Bp2 I":.II.U5 Trains pwsjunctlon City as follows: Blue-Grass Special North-bound-- Grass Special p m.; Fast Mail a. iS p.m. 6a in on A C. Special 'o5. m. ; Cincinnati t SURGKON DENTIST. Lium-"- Mam street, Office over Severance & Son's Store, A.S.PRICE, Stamera. DR W. B. PENNY, ! t Dentist. vaiated by Dr. office Office South side Main street, in L. F. Huffman, SUnford, J. recently Ky. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. Is moving to the Higgins office. Nitrous Oxide Gas 5"en KENTUCKY. STANFORD, jjg 3 DR. JOHN :M. ORAIG, 'H Homeopathic Physician, STANFORD, KENTUCKY to a. m.; . to ? "-- t? Office Hours:-- lo to-'7- i 8 l0 'Sffie'e on Lancaster street.opposite r court-hous- e. Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co Miners and shippers of the GENUINE We are the sole agents for Stanford and Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and HIGGINS V WATTS. -- Original Jellico Coal. M protected manufacturers really want to legislate to protect American workmen against the pauper labor of Europe, it will ask its president to continue indefinitely tho twenty days' quarantine BQWELl, now placed on pahsengors from Europe. RUSTW The immigrants have nothing to sell STANFORD. KY., when they land here but labor, and tho House, Sign, Decorative Painter continual stream of this commodity pouring into this country tends to keep and Paper Hanger. wages down to tho European level, just - Estimates furnished Country work solicited as certain as fcoveral connected bodies EAGER' of water will tend to a common level J I. M. 1IRUCL Break the connection and it is possible for ono body of water to become and reYEAGER, & main higher thnn tho others. Stop im ' migration and it is possible for wages-pi- ece STABLE, AND FEED wages to become and remain higher hero than in Europe. There is STANFORD, KY. Mimo doubt, however, if this is the inJ "'' tention of the manufacturers. The l.'.nt The above firm went into effect patronage ani1, ,r.c or tne tpectfuUy aeks a share .f the thing they would think of doing would public. " be to put up barriers between their lnilli-anRIGS AND HORSES tho cheap labor of Europe. 11 NEW European lalwr is cheaper than Amerbat Have been purchased and nothiitc ican the want free access to it, and turnouts will leave the stable. thoy have it aud use it to displace AmerGive ican lalior. "Don't stop immigration," 37 says Andrew Carnegie; "there is ropm hero nnd work for ull immigrants." And tlto laborers have been thirty years in getting their eyes opon so that they could see this big humbug! j j 5-" .- ROWLAND, Kt., HARDWARE, DEALER IN GROCERIES, ... ..! Tvhirii I into g Hoots and Stipes, for sale by the barrel. "'if"?:"". market for try produce in exchangeold B'ds at llrodheaclprice.loreliable I am also agent for the goods it full l.aos and will keep a the line of these Stanford merchant, ol a Bd I will me Ihelr and Rowland is to give houses at order Factory nut the good". In their for liberal patronage. Prices. 1 ask Thanking the public j-- I , . If tho Republican party that is, the The Pauper Labor Germ. H-- BRICE J MB, M '' d first-cla- n tlicm a Call. THE GOFFSY HOUSE STANFORD, KY-- , JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. now raTliis Hotel, renovated and refurnished, isas to in my charge and 1 intend to conduct it to add not only maintain its high reputation, but to s to its long list ol friend, Special accommoda-tionfor Gommercial travelers and fins rooms lor the disploy of samples. A First-Clas- s And BILLIARD and POOOad. I for Saloonl GASH &c, at Turin' Milk ArmleH. Tan lis alone nrike necessary tho maintaining of armies and navies, and our army aud n.ivy cost the labor of America $100,000,000 a year. That is to say, 100,000,000 days' work at ono dollar per day must le performed in this country to maintain an utterly nonproductive naval and military force, becanso our jiorts must be guarded to prevent the bringing in of foreign goods for which American citizens are anxious to exchange their goods. St. Louis Courior. I'rotei'tlon Huril to Uf l'p. Nearly a year ago New South Wales, which had been a free trade colony, nn ad valorem duty of from 10 pei cent, to 15 per cent.; this has proved very unjwpular, and a great many think that tho goyemmont which came in on this policy'will bo supplanted by the freo trado party nt the next olectin. Uut history shows that whero u protective tariff has been entered into by any nation, It is very hard to give it up. Irou Age. im-liose- Highest cash market price paid d Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, M.F. ELKIN&CO., y Z1 STANFORD. KY. The horso won tho noxt day, and with winning enough to niuko up for the purclmso prico. 'lita. N. A reigned outbreak of cWera, at liement in that "" Bill Jones is in hard luck. Charade J .created mud- est that IhetWase was Bl cholveltlgatftt showed is saddled with a ton of woight every era, but a violent dysentery which Is alwM as seWalter dangerous time ho starts, while on his this year's vere and ptwmliiet.t as crKdria ofMr Jameskur, l merchant a performances ho should bo favored miles rroi llelmeltn. eays Chamberlain s CoJic, Cholera and Diartrxra Remedy has Kisen great rather than lmndicnpicd. e drsenW'rj satisfaction in tho mt severe made Simius leads tho winning jockeys. He It is certainly one of the best thing, everand OplWurne. Druggist M Foraateliy Dr J ninety-fiv- e victories this year. tician, Stanford, Ky has had Taral is a close second with eighty-eighA. Clayton is third with seventy-thre- e NOTICE TO CREDITORS. nnd Britton fourth with seventy-one- . La I'lecho has won this year nlwut $12.1,000 in Jivo races. Baron do Hirsch All persons indebted in the estate ol Gunge par tnm acdec d. will devotes tho winnings of his famous filly Vaughn, All persons nleawvall andagainst the having claims count proven to tho London charities, nnd sho has won will present them projrly augha. deed A HAIL, r tor Cm .,t far more than nny other horso in England. H. Oxenham, a Sydney bookmaker, states that his book on tho lost cup wns on n 1740,000 basis and We have received one ear Iad l that celebraon tho Australian cup 28,000, while To Tmx "Posters. ted Kanawha Salt fW Virginia, which is the By nil menus let tho city commission during tho year his turnover nmouutod best on esrtli for wising meats Oive sw a call of sowers raiso tho tnriff of fees for ad- to no less than l'SOO.000. There is no longer room for doubt that and we can sase you mey. vertisement boardings in our streeta STEi'IIHNjsA- KNOX. . Tho tlaming posters which do so much there will bo racing at Alonmouth next Rwwhrtd, Ky. I. Hamilton's old Und. to make London uusightly cannot per- year, ns the stakes nro already adverhaps bo prohibited altogether until a tised. Well informed turfmen say that generation of citizens shall bo born with thero will bo a racing bill before the BAUGH3IAN, tho rudiments of an resthetic sense, but Now Jersey legislature this winter that FIRE AND STORM the local authorities ought to do as will become a law. much ns they can to keep this unsightly THE LATEST NOVELTIES. patch on tho metropolitan landscape .Representing within bounds. Tho commissioners are, Perforated silver has enriched thenew Hartlord, of Hartford, Conn., however, just now considering a protest against tho new fees, supported by an tea balls. Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Flower cups for individual saltcellars Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, influential deputation, who declared that monstrously pictured nnd most are among tho new table articles of Ins. Co. of North America, " glaringly inscribed boardings are a bless- service. ... - .. sr arHuM ..-.... "- (".. nnst '' ing to tho public, and that the fee de7..: Ki: Champagne holdors havo spiral flutes beAl st.nicnwan on mj mtuu. .u oleaseu to manded by way of license ought to bo curiously depicted, which mnke thorn promptly issued. Will insure against c aus- " reduced instead of being enhanced. The look weird. Tho handle is split nnd uoei. winu norm. . .Ik.IiI..am1 ..'Hsriy ... 7 .1...... l..,t,,l I lMn ne .,...... cs aitacneu wiiuu street advertise- opens midway to receive tho contents. fact is, that in theso at First National Hank Stanford ments thero is a rich field for taxation The moro beautiful clear crystal vases which ought not to bo left unharvested. nro shaped liko tho cornucopias of a St. James Budget. Christinas treo, nnd wreathed with silor ver flowers which terminate in n standI'riiotlful Knim l'ilj-- f ard. An Auburn lady astonished homo of Liquor sets nre prominent either iu her friends at tho Thursday club by her Russian onamol or repousse work. The original discourso on the tubject of decanters mo very low bodied. The AsUsecutnr s of the will of- '- W CieBh. deed, Lake Auburn. Among other things sho glasses aro h"t in rilvor. we will on said this: "Tho funniest thing is when euamoled or raited. ierforated Oct. 29U1, 1892, tho wind blows real hard, you know, so Now salt flnskn of crystal mounted in At the late residence of n UmtdH tho lake is just lovely and rough. that auction the Mowing county. Ky , sell at Well, then is when it's elegant groat silver and silver gilt havo separate baudt-- . personal pmerty, with perforated white billows nnd curious, straight, a Jack; j MmIi,S I wo IlrixMl Marea m foal l Through thc-interstices tho inspiring 7 ows smooth plncod right along thd lake where hnl ot ono and (aUe. l.eWtng, t HHjs aad o giKjd work old Sheat, tho winil doesn't teem to blow so hard. scent may jierfume a room. of g.d tiiwriky Hay and Horse, a km u plat- about 4oheksstacks Well, there's where the roads were on Siher vegfUblu dMies ami their of Corn; rar.iwr. IntptameHts, Wood ters Hiid salvers generally have plain omsiPtieg lCult. Binder. Wood Slower. the ice last winter. Isn't it peculiar?" Harrow. Xaltor. Iwa Make, Hay "Very peculiar," said a strong minded surface excepting the edgus, that are in Wajc, a IhMklward Srrir.r Wajp. Corn high, rich raised work. Th covws of lianter, i Wheal DM, and various MUt r armthat?" lady. "Who told L tnl. . "Why, my brother Homy said so. vegetable diehe-- ? have on thoir highest ing Ter'-- A ereJIt ot miwiiha on ne wiik good woi k. security, wRhintertwl fiwsa date curvH a narrow band of this isn't it true, my doarV" rMy ! Sal w.M h "U.VF.v Jewelers' Circular. "Humph!" snid the strong minded t. 1. St KllhU, woman. A IjIXrNV N 'A FACTS GROUND DOWN. At proont this club is studying "Hogel on tho Good, tho Beautiful nnd the Tholfeloof Guernsey exacts a tax from True," and this Auburn lady is considered a very apt metaphysician'. Lowis-to- nil aliuus. Tho world in 1S91 consumed 11,8011.000 Journal. baled of cotton. rUVJxgHI Hie Hulls Cliuriiieil tlio .Sii.tKr. Tho 23,000 newspaporsin America em; Alls. D. Al. Aladdon, of Denison, Tex., ploy 200,000 men. 'If iAV Utffliy?? isu lady of nerve. Her littlogirl Alary, Tho dyeing of ono piece of linen re ffihJS&SUt. CsaafitVSi' on the quires eighteen distinct proce-w- . aged two years, was rflFvAa ground under a treo playing with a tin The first carpet factory iu Europe wju Vk,k iiaMK ? hoop, to which wero attached bells. Tho established iu Beauvais, France, 1001. noiso of the bolls attracted n largo black Fine voices are soldom found iu snake, which crawled to tho feot of tho country where fish or meat diet prevail;. child and stretched nt full length, with By virtue of his ofllco tho lord chul its, head rusting on hor left foot. Tho jinglo of the bells seemed to charm it, justice is tho principal corouor of Eng for the snako closed its eyes and was laud. Airs. Madden biiw tho motionless. Iu ordinary English writing "2" oiilj' snake. Sho did not scream for nssist-nncoccurs twenty-tw- o times while "e" ot ns most women would have dono enrs 1,000. KttV&mak' &s2'jr!l,asv4wet under the circumstances. Sho darted to ODDS AND ENDS. tho child, grabbed tho snako by tho tail and hurled it through tho nir. Tho peYawning is not always u useless act, culiar musio of tho bells had ovidontly for it often cures catarrh nnd other afplaced tho snake under a spell, as it did the throat. not moe until it felt the touch of Airs. flictions of Tho cost of a ono man sea diving apAladden's hand. Cor. St. Louis Repubparatus for u depth of 200 feet is estilican. mated to bo only about $575. i:triieftt I'urlsli loner. Tlio longest canal iu tho world is the A pastor after many years spent with one extending from the frontier of China WIL.LIA9I MOKELAND, Dealer In the above ono church announced his intention of to St. Petersburg. It measures in all Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs resigning. Tho church officials begged 4,472 miles. Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. him not to do so, saying: "You must not There is snid to bo n European lady in Persons having any of the above described stork leave us. Tou have given all your best saleor wlshluj to purchase saiue, will do wv.ll has collected 700 teapots of for cajl or An experience of fifteen address me years to us nnd we did mean to givo you Japan who oti different patterns and kinds, nnd yet to In this business has been of profit to me and such a funeral i" Could mortal man re- scores make It pro to think I of typical shapes are not inoludcd aud seller.canI'. O address fitnble bothKy, the buyer Stsnford, too sist that idea? Louisville Western Rein her assortment. Office, at the Myers Ho use. corder. Air. Dwyer is credited LU-lar- Tlio Itarcfoot Cure. Tho barefoot euro is evidently Wo hnvo coining crazo in panaceas. cure, the athletic cure, the had Delsarto cure, tho faith cure, et al. and now tho barefoot euro. Returning travelors from Uermnuy and Austria are bringing tho idea over with them, nnd ns it is vastly less harmful than tho cholera bacilli, which they might hnvo brought, it is well to bo lonieut with tho lessor folly. The barefoot treatment is n phase of more than ono process of cure. Under ono authority it is carried on on a sunny lcnch, and tho patients raco through tho hot sands bare headed, bare armed nnd with legs nnd feot bare to tho knees. Tins is to givo tho sun and heat, with their kenlth giving projKirties, freo access to tho skin. According to another curist, to coin a word, it is ti part of tho hardening courso, nnd though yon begin walking barefooted over smooth turf, you advonco by running through wet meadows, nnd later meadows heavy with hoar frost, to tho climax of being able to enduro tramping in cold water As most of tho cures effected nt present have outlived their novelty, nt least we may expect to find this brand new barefoot euro eagerly soized upon. Pittsburg Dispatch. tlio-ro- Thrc Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Erin, Tenn , A A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. collapsed. when It will give relief 7 K. Proctor, C II. Ilraum, Mr and Mrs T. bnprvcurcd Remedy Tho AlcCaull title in comic oem is to in a lew minutescan cum In n short time. I haw Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. aud Mrs K 11. Johnsen. and Rates Hm Cux. New bo revived by W. II. Fitzgerald, who tried it and know -- W II Clinton. Ilelmetta N day Haven, Petrey, clerk. Give me a call $1 per J M I. The epidemic at llclmrtta was at first I W. CARRIKR, Prop used to bo at tho Casino, Now York. He V$oiy to bo cholera, but subsequent inveatlgatloti alintends to organize a now coinpnny.nnd proved it to be n violent form of dysentery, was most as dangerous a cholera. This remedy will rovivo Charles Puerner's opera, used there with great nieces Fur Sale by Dr. M "Tho Pyramids." I. ItuurM, P'tigglst and Optician, StanXC3S ford, Ky Booth's lnck of sociability was I will deliver Ice ever monitor to families In Stanford and vlnnity at Jo cents er too poinds: never more thoroughly illustrated uucklln'aArnlcn Salvo. fur u to too pounds at the rate of So cents, and than by a clauso in the constitution nnd The best salve in the world lor cuts, bruises im.r rta tMllitul. .1 til. rktA ftf St rvntM chapfever I call bylaws of tho Players' club which pre- ores, ulcers, salt rheum,eorna .re, tetter, erup attention ta the John Hrenoer and all skin chilblains, ped whleh X. U Deer, eludes tho entertainment of any jwrson lionshands,poulively cure piles, or no pay requir- Tlrewing Ca "a Celebrated I.in tithe' kes; for bolHe. and or agent. Will fjrnlsh lain whntevor. No dinners, no broukfnstit, ed. It is guaranteed to irtvv pcrfett satisfacttoc, Write for prices, per bos K.1IRF.MUR. Stanford, Ky. tjtf no anything can lie given in honor of or money refunded. I'rieo 15 cents For sale by A. R. Tinny, SUnlord, Ky. tho nny individual. Diar-ihi- rs ;. jwr-hap- Is one whlahls jrnarautecd to bring )Oit satisAda Dyns has been engnged by Henry factory rcaiilts, or in case of failure. return of can this safe plan purchase price. Irving to piny Gonoril in "King Loar." yourfrom eur advertisedOn druggist a battle veil Dr. of buy F. M. RILEY, Proprlotor, King's New Discovery for Consumption. It Ellen Terry's daughter, Ailsa Craig, guaranteed to brlnj; relief in every ease whens - will eoon appear at tho London St turd for any arfettton of the throat.luogs or chest such as consumption, tntiammallen of the lungs James. croup to ray new Hotel and am betttt I have moved bronchitis, asthma, whoopitifr cough, ever to to taitr, per Tho large, richly furnished salon in etc. It is pleasant and nuiixBbledepended upon prepared than attaehed accommodate the public. and every convenience Good Livery fectly afo nnd can always be Richard Wagner's house nt Bnyrouth it Trial bottles free nt A. R I'enny's Drug Mero. Oive FRANK R,Lgv now kept closed like n tomb by liis widow. Morlt WlnB. Almo. Patti has an orchostrion in hoi "W'eiteaireto say to our citlrons that far years vo Noticoto tho Traveling Public. hillinrd room which, when she handle have been ssllliiR Dr KIhr'k New Discovery for .1 have had Consumption, Dr King's New Life l'llls Duck-lenthe cue, is set going nnd she sings Arnica Salve and Electric Hitters, nnd Kate never handled remedies that sell as well or tho unconsciously tho while. have given such universal intislactlon. We do in- net hesitate to guarefltee them every limo and we Tho cruwido of the Paris managers At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and satisone itiated by Al. Koiiing, of tho Gymuaso, atand ready to refund the purchase price ITThese have in sunnection with Hotel and of the best sanight; a tilght factory results do not fojfow their us loons In the State, open day which resulted in tho formation of u syn- rcmedlos have won their great popularity purely man meets all trains In connection with House Penny, Druggist hsrve also one ol the best Mineral wells in the Mate dicate of thirteen managers to stop the III their hunts A. R. and for rtfetencc to water, call on Mr and Mrs freo list and public dress rehearsals, hat any aiifletlng with the eho'-er- a O V. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Is no use of stirring tour in "12 P. AI." Rhea hns onco more returned to Amer ica from her cnstlo in Belgium, Jennio Yeamnns will not continue her hi result. A chronic bronchitis are almest I will se4l privately my Farm ol J Acres en the bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will Stan-lorStanford cure any cold. Can you afford to risk so much Tor Danville It well Improved, Ihrce miles Irom of five with dweilinjr It is aoomall an amount? This remedy is intended ca peclally for bad colds and croup and can always rooms, new barn and all necesssry outbuildings; Call he drpvndrd upon For aalo by Dr. M L. llournc, also has fine spring--"'-JjEN.- B on me on the premises . .1 Druggist and Optlcitn, Stanford. Ky. 0Mjlr.M. KKLLUY It Is not unusual for colds contracted In lh tall tohanicenall winter. In such caws catarrh or suro FARM FOR SALE. rd, A Snfo Invostmont THE RILEY HOUSE London, Kentucky.' d. m.ae. 's TIIK SIIEITON MOUSE s AWT30J3EEH. - John TURF TOPICS. II. Cattleman. A. G Laotians Though Build Doble declines to match Nancy Hanks for a race, ho will trot Martha Wilkes in n match against any horse. Alike Dwyor bought Stoncnoll for $12,-000. tMort. When Ilaby won atek, vw Rve CnAt&rin. When 1J10 wru ChlM, rdi erbM When aho Iwamo MK idnt eJutnc t ChMrt. lmt CVxMssrla. When he liad ChlMrea,t4w hr ff ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BARUEE&OASTLEMAN MANAGKKS, (af Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. f t. W. A. TBIBBLB, Local Agent, STANFORD. KV. D- TIIK STANFOR- Watertight and Ice Co. Alel-bouni- o To Tli Farmers. - Has contracted with responsible firms lor Its plants and will have the Ice and Kleclric Plants cornpje te.1 in about ststydars, the Water Plant soon after In order to place Individual contracts In ad. vancc for Water and Electric Light, the Company offers the following Necessary water pipe will be laid, connected to mains at actual cost lor pipe nnd work. Klectrlc wires put In and necessary fUtur-d free el charge To be of beat ipullty and gttirantrcd to gle satisfaction The schedule ef adopted rales Is Iremijlajo per rent, lower than Is usually given s fur-nin- J. II. INSURANCE AGENT Stores, Hanks ami I'rltate Offices, Ilaths, private, one lawreU Hose attachment lor sprinkler Stables, private, one animal Kach additional animal . Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. rooms, one faucet Dlling-oJ j co Kach additional room je I ta Kach additional fitted ..... f I laucct . . -- . j 1 co ... JM 5 m t sts Electric Light Rates. For commercial use: One arc ami three For .1 a -.- - 1 peryear 5 10 . p. incandescent lamp light, per me. . . 1. V torna-'."- n " " 1 10 c. p. each incandescent . .1 . if 6a l sm AjQ " M .-- 3 For si 1. lie I. II Far Residenae Use: p. tneaiirte resit lamp per rao M mm 64 Executors Sal STOCK, CHOP, &C. dece-ltul-. jj .. .th ' " " ..'. Far eaeh additional " Fur lurlher lefurmation, apply te as-- tt J W IIAVnr.N.Sap't.&c It t$ s 41 H. T. havr .,uii very beat II I BTTSBC, Ky. Y. Saturday, I REAL ESTATE AGENT com-partmen- c Stanford, to-w- ll e hd M al 1 - raid rH-- n w & o, 'lltase lartut are all well imprt vril aitdgool rich ianda, running im n from v to 5 kj A res nchkiesa and fer Csdrtna; theit hxaliiy, their tuminkes and rail ttllty of soil, the coHvcMtebce of rMHlt that hriMg MMrkei right tu our tloor, ihey than ih Umli of aay other nunty.tti the State 1 here is seariely a Faitu in the couns miles frota a ty svei lh tuumy is checked with turnpikes running incwry dimlion There M not a Hblic road en lefiHa; the county seat that m Hot MaVadamited We hate the Kmtirslle llraiKh nl tin L. A N It my frttm Hart to Wel and the K. dividing Hit C S R R from North to uuth; the K C. K R I mm this place to Glncinaali. crossing the C O. at Winchester, giving full access to the markets ol Ilemlct, we have three, large the whole world. Klour Mills III the county that give ua a market the developfjr all our grain right at home,-anment of the mountain regions al Haitern and eastern Keutttcky b lailroudsatid the outSouth let bcinth by railroads has created such a demand i r a. I Kindaol cereals and tirmmider that wecan scarcely retain enough tor homeconsumptien. I he people are prosperous, generous and kind, believing in Chrlitianlty and education. 'I here is not a neighborhood in the county but has a grml church and school-hous- e Stanf. nl, the county seat of Lincoln, is a prosperous little city of about ,s inhab.tanla and is tho great duorway from the North and North-ca- t bouth and Irom the Northwest to heutheatt, nnd standing as it does gaiitig riht Into the bosom of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern s Kentucky backed up by the wholo region ol the State with railroads running through of the compass, makes it naturally it to all points one of the best located towns In the South for mannfactures and other enterprises of magnitude Water Works are now being agitated and right ol a mile a' . c the town about there could be erected Water Works with very It I tic cost that would supply a city of 150,000 inhabitants with the purest and best water in tho world Our little city has been newly rebuilt in the last few years and its business houses ard residents will compare with larger cities of greater pretensions. Our merchants and tradesmen aro We have two all prosperous and doitic well banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that arc aud in a good condition. proiperous We have splendid schools. We have a Female College, a large brick building, with over too pu in attendance and under the prlncipalahip ot rof. J M. Hubbard, is in a flourishing condition. We also have a Seminary that is a good school, with Prof II. F, Johnson, at its head. Wo have one of the Dot Public School bulldincs ic this section of the State, with over too pupils in attendance, and with other good private schools, you see our school facilities are excellent We hate elegant church bullnings, representing every denomination, with a full corps ot ministers of lias class talent and are doing a belter business than any class of men in the city. I have tried to make this statement aa facts, without anv exaggeration or coloriog, as those who know will bear no out, and thote who wish to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate amonK a good people with all tne belt surroundings, would do well to call and see me before pur chasing; elsewhere a number of FARMS for sale ol the rat l.andsia I. In. otn county arerbpr lol Illun-Grat- threo-fourtl- is -- trS'.,Jitir...i.ii 'J JTJ: