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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892110401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XX. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. DAMVILLE. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1892. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. r NO. 72 -- Headquarters of the Democratic Execu. Work on thu now Hvery Htaulo Is progrcssinR finely nnd Hnini!ioniBenK hojui to oppn up for unslnerw next week. Mr. A. J. Hicks and Mis Snrnli A. SHnliiircun. both from Dimville. vroru y murriudin thu MiHor Hotel pirlor by Rev. J. 11, Tercy. A largo number of whlto votors will lose their ballots Dimply because they nre ashamed to tusk how to vote. The old coon Is better posted on votlnn that: tho aveniKO whlto man. Jako Held and Charley Owunp, two coons, fouRht on llnttle How Monday. About ton shots were exchanged. Tho middle (Inner of Iteid's left hand vms taken oil by one of Owens' biillots. Ow one wns put in jail nt the time, but they hnvo not yet been brought be foro tho court. The election booths in the Tark, instead of belnR nt tho gates, will bo placed on tho north und south eldus. Thu vot era living on Richmond streot will vote nt tho booth next to Stanford street. Hy Bouio mistake tho ballot boxes were not shipped with tho bootliB, ballots, Ac, aud Judge Kobiusou had to telegraph for them. Misa Murj Miller gave u very enjoyable Hallowe'en party Monday oveuing. and tolling Danciug, roasting fortunes was participated in till a lato hour. Among the couples present were Mr. Ira Tnylor, of Cincinnati, Misa Annie Hale, of Stanford; .Miw Nell Marrs, Mr. Gaboll Denny; Miss Mmnio Currey, Mr. John Lear, MIm Hyatt, of Lexington, Mr. Will Dtinlup; Miss Altio MurkHbury, Mr. John Farra; Miss Maggie Miller, Mr. Rob Hughes. Mr. Ira Taylor, of Cincinnati, was hero n few days this week. Mrs. V. U. Dunlup and sou, (ieorge, have returned to Camp Nelson. Mrs. Shilling, of Richmond, is visiting Mrs. James Dillon. Miss l'owio Ruruside is visiting Mist Annie Royston. Mr. M. Rraun Is in tho city purchasing goods. Mr. Hugh Grant hits returned front Somerset- Mrs. Maltto Frisbie, who hits been sulTering with rheumatism, has gouo to Louisville to bo treated by Dr. McMurtry. Mr. Abbott, of Louisville, was in town today. Wwl-nesbn- returned to her homo in Lebanon Wednesday aftr i a visit to her mother, Mrs. Klnoald. Thirty-fou- r dollars was realized bv tho ladies of the llaptlst ohuroh from' their Hnllowo'en party Monday night. Jtnlgo J. W. Hughes, of Miircet, and Hon. R. J. Ureekinridge, of will addres tho voters Saturday . night at tho Miss Fannie Helm, daughter of O. R, Helm, of Junction City, nnd Mr. Rol-liDavis, of tho sime plac. obtained marriage licenso Tuesday. Tho city council mat Tuesday night and elected Win. Warren a member of that body in place of 0. R. Anderson, .who had moved into another ward. Charles Caldwell, marshal of Parks-villarrested George Henry Gilpin, nt Parksville, Tuosday night, charged with stofllh g a horse In Lincoln from George Carter. Deputy Sheriff Jnincs H. Hauithman took George Honry to StanDin-ville, Mrs. W, R. Spalding tlve Committee Tor Lincoln County. Mr. L. I). Donham is in Soottsvillo To the Democracy ok Lincoln Coun this week on legal business. Hon. N. R. Hays, democratic elector ty: Surveying the political field and tho of this district, spoke hero last Saturday efficient work which hits been done upon nnd K. K. Wilson on Monday morn- it within thu put few days the executive ing. Prof. Slovens filled the pulpit nt tho Congregational church Sunday morning nnd night, Rev. L. E. Tupper being ab- DO YOU - court-house- sent. pea-nu- ts LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Dan Lovt'll has moved his family to the house recently vacated by W. C. Pitman. Jailer Warnack has Just 12 prisonmostly ers in his custody , moon-shiner- s. Even 1!0 marriagu licences wero is sued by County Clerk Scovillo during the month of October. II. C. Thompson has bought out tho general merchandise firm of Smith & and will tako chargo in n fow days. Senator lid Parker nnd Creed Russell, of Rush's Store, had a ditliculty on the Btreet Wednesday, in which Russell was bruised up about the head nud face. Tho writer and wife acknowledge receipt of nn invitation to the the ceremony, at the Raptist church, in Manchester, Nov. 10, to be performed between Mies Kmma Ijtitia Garrard and Mr. R. 0. Ford. A young mau by tho name of Lang-forof Pulaski, nbout IS years of age, who has been in laurel county for several weeks, trying to dispose of somo land belonging to his relatives in that county, while passing along n road beyond Allumont Tuesday thought ho would tako a rest under some chestnut trees alongside tho road and laid down and went to sleep. Tho woods in that section were afire and burned up nwir enough to catch his clothe and lwfore he could put it out they had burned on" down to his socks. I le lived alMtut eight hours and his mind was clear up to a few minutes of his death. wed-diu- g HARRODSBURG. 4 Tho goldon wedding of dipt. Phil. and wife wns celebrated in Wednesday night. Tho supLoyal stylo per was n triumph of tho culinary art and it was enjoyed by a largo number of friends and relatives, who remembered tho old couple with handsome golden presents. Mrs. Anno E. Campbell, mother of Mrs. G. 0. Keller, Sr., died nt her residence hero Sunday night in her bOth year. Site was a faithful member of tho Christian church moot of her life and a good woman in every respect. Three children, all Bho over had, survivo her, Mrs. S. J. Vivion. Mrs. Keller and Mr. She R. L. Mullius, nil of Harrodsburg. nino groat also leaves eight grand-an- d grand children. A number of marriages have already occurred here this fall and a number of Miss others are to bo solemnized. Naomi Forsytho nnd Christopher Chinn, eon of Col. Jack Chinn, nre to become one on tho Oth and it is reported on good authority that your former county-"loaMr. Luther B. Givens, will tako to himself a wifo on tho 24th, Miss Lillio Young, a handsome lady, of Versailles. G. 0. K. R. Thompson n, Forest fires ran down to Middles-foor- o and destroyed eight buildings valued at 15,000. Hon. H. F. Finley returned from Jones' judicial district last Sunday, where ho had been making somo speechus. There wete two Hallowe'en parties in town .Monday niifht, one nt F. A.Gur- noy h nnd tho other at C W. Lester's. Tito young pooplo ropft a most enjoya ble titnu at both places. Hon. J. R. Hindrnan nnd Col. Silas Adams spoko hero to n good crowd last .Monday. The peoplo wore much ideas- od with Gov. Hiudmnn's Pppech and it certainly had a good effect. It. D. Hill is in Louisville this week. ford. Tliera was n coincidental coinci- C. R. Rrock, of London, was down Mon dence, ooincidentally spoaking, in re- day to attend tho spoaking. Mies Nellie gard to tho supplemental registration Freeman hna gone to Dotroit. A. John which closed Wednesday evening. son, of Pennington Gap, Vu., was here There wero 32 democratic and :,2 repub- luesday. lican voters and 82 each in precincts 8 Frank Raker, who killed Reese Logan several weeks ago at Corbin, was and SI evening, tho 1th inst, tho captured at Chicago Boveral davs aaa drama of Ksmerolda, by Mrs. Franc's and brought hero and tried last Monday Hodgson Rurnet, will bo presented nt anil luesday before Judge- Stinson and the Opera Hoti6o for tho benefit of tho held iu $1,000 bail. A prottneted meeting is going on at Centre College Athletic Association. Tho performers are to bo young ladies tho Methodist church. Elder S. G. Sutand gentlemen of Danville and vicinity. ton preached at the Christian church at Mrs. Witt. Warren attended the Whetstone creek Sunday. The Chriscelebration of the golden wodding of her tian church at this placo has put in nun t nnd uncle, C'apt. nnd Mrs. P. R stoves in the church and will remove Thompson, nt Harrodsburg, Thursday. tho heater, which had become dangerJuilgo and Mrs. G. F. Leo hnvo returned ous. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. M. Httguely arrivfrom a visit to Lexington. While there ed hero last Thursday morning and the they saw n new grand-chilat tho homo boys gave them a charivari, that night, of Rev. I. S. McElrov, formerly of Stan' but there was a small crowd. Tho better ford. class of young men and boys have ceas Ruckner mado an elabo- Oil to join in such amusements and the rate and telling Bpeech at tho Court good people have frown tired of hiivim? houno Tuesday night. Judge Rreckin- ridge aud Mr. J. Mort Rothwcll mado tho night made hideous by tho ringing short addresses. Tho last named gen- oi bells and blowing of horns. tleman thinks Cleveland will carry all LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY, tho States with tho exception '.of Ohio, License was itsued lest Saturday to with n chanco of carrying that State. Tho marriage of Dr. Robert W. George M. Staton to marry Miss Alice Knox to Miss Pearl, of Galveston, Texas, Dunham. There was a light rain on Tuesday U announced for tho 10th inst. Dr. morning, but not su llicient to do much Knox is a native of Boylo county nnd graduated from Centre College in 1SS0, good. Everything is getting dry down Ho afterward studied medicine with here, but there is a prospect at this writ Dr. L. S. McMurtry aud graduated from ing of more rain. On last Thursday ovenint Mr. V. 11. tho medical department of tho UniversI Hays, of Pineville, democratic elector ty of Louisiana. Ho has slnco success tor mo inn U)iiKre8Sionnl district, delivfully practiced medicine in Texas. ered n speech on the political issues of The board of directors of tho I). I). Institute, Tuesday morning, elected tho day to a small nudienco of republiMiss Anna Rowman matron in tho placo cans nod democrats, in tho of Mrs, Dudley, who got married lost Ho handled his subjects well, much to week. Miss Rowman is n native of tho edification of those of his own houseDanville nnd a daughter of tho lato Mrs. hold of faith. Ho was courteous, buteo Mary Rowman. She is a moat worthy vero, which causod the democrats to lady and her many friends will bo glad smilo and tho republicans to grin nnd to learn that bho has secured tho place. bear it. Ho claimed thnt ho was going to set tho republican nartv on Urn. wlifoh Sho will begin her work immediately. a year ago America Shelby, task ho performed to tho entire satisfacAbout a colored woman of Danvillo, sold those tion of his admirers. On Monday evenimmaculate defectives, 0. P. Edwards ing Charlie Finley, of Williamsburg, son aud Clins. Murphy, $312 worth of whis of Hon. II. F. Finley, of that placo, also ky, or rathor, she sold them tifew drinks mado a speech to the same sized audiand was fined 112 for it. She hud no ence sb Mr. Hays' on tho republican money to pay her fine aud no security side of tho contest. Though Mr. Finley touched on other subiects in the rnm- to replevy, so she vm sent to the from which situ escaped a few paign, In- confined himself principal to days later. Sho left town and 1ms not discussing the merits of tho American boon back since, although sho has want system of protective tarifi". While both ed vorv badly to oome. Tuosday night sides admit that ho handlad liU sido it was statwd to the council that sho well, some of his party claim, that it was could ratao $158 and no more, when it tho ablest presentation of the subject was HgrtHHl to let her come home with mat utey nave ever .tierl. They wore tli-understanding that the balance of both typical ntountianeers and deceived the unpaid judgments would bo en- the expectations of the people. From forced if she was ever again untight sell- their ueneral appearance not much was looked for from either. The republicans ing whisky or keeping a house of for vtell the truth to Dlxio) think that Finloy put all of Hays' fire America has in tho past been accused of out nnd started it in his own camp. keeping a house of that description. Hayden Station. When America's reformation is '.known Col. aud Mrs. James M. Roazley had to bo n settled and permanent fact it is nt tho Tribble House. thought sho will enter tho lecture field. n family Junction City, Sunday, in which all tho were presNoar Columbia, S. 0., Dorsey children and ent. .Mr. H. had tho sittinc-rooand literally bent to death his handsomely decorated. Tho Ho whipped tho littlo dinittg-rooone for 25 minutes with n leather strap dinner embraced nearly everything good with n leather buckle on the end of it. and was greatly enjoyed by tho followJohn Pugh, of Indianapolis, who ing: Mr. and .Mrs. 0. T. Johnson. .Mr. had already served two terms for. as and Mrs. S. G. Rurton, of Somerset, Mrs. saulting littlo girls with criminal intent, L. C. Johnston, of Lexington, and chillias again been arrested for u similar at dren, Frank, Sally, Mny nnd Mabel; Mr. tnck on Tansy Chesnian and Nannio Charley Lewis Reazfey, of Knnsas City, Misses Molllo and Alice Roazley, Mr. Staid, aged respectively 0 aud 7. "Glass-eyeCharlie" Hondorson is James Beazley, Master Grimes Benzley in jail tit Portland, Ind. Ho tried to and Mr. Embry T. Roazley, wno led in work his old racket on a rich farmer nnd family prayer. would hnvo succeeded had tho cashier Wo want several agents to soil our given up tho money on tho farmer's Davis Quilter. $200 per month guarancheck, instead of having him arrested. teed to good agents. So calf or write for His wife, who claimed that he was dead, Wo will remain hero a few terms. nnd married again, will now go up for weeks. Our quilter works on any ma bigamy. chine nnd n nice quilt can bo quilted in Sheriff Clabe Shuck, of Harrison ono an comfort in county, Ind., shot and killed Town .'10 hour's time, minutes. Tho quilter is on exhibiMarshal Gideon Heath t Corydon. tion daily at the old Commercial Hotel. Heath was a republican and had assistCall on or address W. E. Spotswood, ed othors of his party in attempts to Stanford, Ky. break up a big democratic rally. He nnd Shuck quarreled in the afternoon Mrs. Nancy Mareau, crazed by tho and finally Heath attacked tho sheriff grip, struck Iter aged mother with a with his club. wronch, killing her instantly. -o , Wnllaeo e, - d Ex-Go- v. committee f'lngratnlates the democracy of tho county upon ttto promise of a pig- nal victory next Tuesday. Our organiz- ation is good, our plans well defined, our purpose settM. The full execution of those plans and tho accomplishment of that purpose remain. j.ei earn democrat in tho county re gurd it as incumbent upon him personally to see tlut every democaric vole in his neighborhood is east. Lnt no one fail to vote became of an apprehension thnt the system of voting hy ballot is not easily understood. It is really simple nnd besides, it is the duty of the officers of the election to explain to the voter any difficulty, real or imaginary. Let no one forget that the polls now close nt 4 o'clock in the nfternoon. Especially let no ono fail to vote because of indifference or a confidence that his vote will not bo needed. Theso and like conditions often enable an active enemy, though inferior in strength, charactor and intelligence, to wrest a victory from its adversary. In our party ranks there are no dissensions to heal. Wo are practically n unit. We renlizo tho strength there is in union. Now we only need that this strength bo put forth. The results of the pending election will not be confined Bitnply to tho choice of offices then selected. They are further reaching. It will be tho first test of party Btrength under the Australian ballot system, and as such it will in the future be cited as a precedent. Let the democracy of Lincoln county make it such n precedent as will ettle the question of our local supremacy as long as tho present political organizations are in exist-onc- e. By order of'Committee. J. R. Paxton, Sec'y. G. P. Bright. Sec'y. yi-t BUY OR S ELL? Wc sell anything in our line of merchandise for a less percent, than any of our competitors for the same line of goods. We sell the Celebrated Kanawha Salt Wc sell Hats at less than cost to most manufacturers. Wc sell sidelined full stock Boots for $2. 50. j We Beat the Winner in Low Prices - ON - Furnishidgs, Clothing, Tinware, Groceries, Hardware, Quecnsware, Crockery, Coal Hods and Vases, etc. Try our Obelisk Flour, the best on earth. Wc buy Beef Hides, Tallow, Rags. Timothy Seed, Clover Seed, Furs, Feathers, Beeswax, Lard, Bacon, Sic. Come and sec us before making other deals. At Ike Hamilton's old stand, ROWLAND, KY. STEPHENS & KN02L Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli, 1892. An. Excellent boarding department. Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. MIDDLEGURG, CASEY COUNTY. Thomas Miller will completo his dwelling on College street this week. Dr. J. C. Dye has rented Mrs. Coffey's property, adjoining J. M. Durham's store. Mrs. James II. Allen was danger ously ill last week, but was thought to be improving when lost heard from. Rev. M. A. Middleton baptized two converts in Indian creek, Suuday. Revs. Owsloyand Walden nre holding a protracted meeting at Richards' school-hous- e. music teacher nt Janio Wash Institute, was called to her home in Virginia last week by a telegram announcing tho serious illness of her father. She will propably not return this session. Rev. J. N. Rowling, who is in Missouri holding a protracted meeting, will bo nt home in nbout two weeks. Ho was called there to preach for Rev William Lyle, who went from this county to that State somo two years. repubTho rantnnkerous, lican blatherskite, John L. Phelps, of Russell county, spoko to nbout n half dozen republicans hero Saturday and notwithstanding the flimsiness of his argument, they sat with their moutljs open and swallowed every word ho said, just as though ho was telling the truth. Some one in tho nudienco attempted to applaud him, but no one joined him nnd tho miserable harangue was allowed to go on uninterrupted. His speech was in behalf of Wallace Jones, who seems to be iu a strait.just now. Miss Pauline Smith, ring-tailed PENNY DRUGGIST AND JEWELER A. R. During the year 1892 I hand a full and complete JtssMsiHsfli''WsisH lsttl shall, keepjl constantly on stock of Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. My stock of Toilet Articles Glass, Books, & JT3SW3SI.HX WATCHES, CLOCKS t nmirt-hrm- .. Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers oi drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas Daltoii in charge. A. R. PENNY. I3 Receiving- His - FAlLL,WXNTEaS (BOOBS Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. wotk-hous- e - asjaj23sasKziss3siSE5Ea! i am ) THE RIGHT SORT OF A GIRL. Just Imr enough to be pretty, ill-sh- Juit senile enough to be sweet. Just MHcy enough to be willy, Just dainty enough to be neat. Just tall enough to be graceful, for Infants and Children. ,U' Just slight enough for a fay, Just dressy enough to bo tasteful, J J5t merry enough to bo gay. Just team enough to be tender, Just sighs enough to be sad, Just soft enough to remember Your heart thro' the cadence may glad. Just meek enough for submission, Just bold enough to be brave. Just priJe enough (or ambition, Just thoughtful enough tube grave. A tongue thnt can talk without harming, Just mischief enough to tease, u 'CasforlauisaweUadaptedtochildrciiUuit I Caatorlav cures Colic, Constipation, . Eructation, I recommend It m superior to any prescription I Hour Stomach, DUrrUo-Arom0,e elyC! p' " I Knil5, II. A. Arche, M. D., known to me." 111 So. Oxford St., IJrootljn, N. Y. Without Injurious medication. Tiik Ckntivr Cotfiujrr, 7T grand-childr- en Slurray Street, M. Y sevon-year-ol- d step-daught- er. Mansers pleasant enough to be charmtug, That put you at once at your ease. Generous enough and I'uru as the angels above ; Oh, from her may 1 never be parted, Fur such is the maiden I lose, (from the selections of the editor' dear, dead wife, aud printed in loving memory of her.) kind-hearte- THE WILLARD. (Late Alexander's Hotel.) Rates $2.30 Per Day. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the " d Court-Hous- e Louisville, Ky. A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. J. Marshall, clerks. A. C. SINE : Two masked men boarded nn E. T. V. & G. train nt Piedmont Tank, Aki., aud secured about $1,000 in cash from the baggage car. Treasurer Hale has sent to tho various county Bchool superintendents checks aggregating $351,000, tho third installment of the school fund. At Mt. Nebo, N. 0., Misa Pardue accidentally shot nud killed her lover, named Shugart while playing with a pistol. Shugart had foolishly taken the weapon with him and put it where tho girl could get it. W. R. LOGAN, Manager. '...."" , "- - & MENEFEE. SINE Proprietors of The Oillce.antl Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. J. N. MENKntl 9 STANFORD LUMBER YARD, t , r r .V xferiwr p r Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal -- Stanford, Ky., .NovnaiBim 1, Wk do not tftko much nloak in that Matthew Duncan nnd Ida brido of a county prido which would go eo far as to iow inuiuus were nrrcsicu m iiiiwea try to elovfllo an unworthy citizen over ville, charged with kilting their illegitin better or tnoro desorving man from an- mate babe. 1892 other county, but when wo liavo n canNear Portsmouth, Ohio, Miss Mary didate who in overy way fills tho bill of qualifications for an ofiico, as wo have in Judge Saufiey, it should be the pride, sa it is the duty, of Lincoln county democrats and members of other parties, who have no candidates, to glvo him their Bnpport. we have heard of no disaffec tion in our ranks in this county. Evary democratic is for Saufley, but many do not 8eotn to regard tho importance of going to the polls nnd voting foil him in tho light they .Bbould. They think ho is going to bo elected anyway, but ho will not be unless hid puty friends rally to his caose. Our prohibition friends certainly make nothing by opposing a democrat in n democratic county and we hope they will see that they strengthen their cause by joining hands against tho common sneniy, at least In tho local races. Lincoln county can give the dem ocratic ticket 500 majority if alio tries and it should be tho aim of every democrat to make her do bo. sol-idl- y f1 W. F. WALTON, SIX for Circuit : PAGES. v- - Six6b our last roferonce to the contest Judge in this district the prospect has brightened. The demoTwo cratic party bus beeu put upon its mettle or four days, we and in the past three Shoe aro gratified to nnnounce, much has timi-H- . He will die. Co., been doue in the way of healing While Policeman Myers, of Indianin perfeo;ing our organization. apolis, was searching a Biispicioua looknovln countv has tecovered from its 2, ing negro, a pal of his shot the officer, friends there panic of last week and our mortally wounding him. aro now aggressive and confident. Tho Tho Euclid Avenue Opera House, to unconquerable democracy of Garrard TXC2S3ST Cleveland, valued at $1100,000, nnd the mustered to a man, and Capt. Hern-dohas Grunowald Onora Home, New Orlouus if he carries that county at all, will Will entitle you to to per cent, d this wook. 5200,000, fight. Iti Merknow that he has had a discount on Dlnnkcts. Lewis Ramsey, an Australian, caino cer nnd in Lincoln it 1b now only a to Lexingt jn when a young man and friendly contest as to which shall roll up An almost exact reproduction of the majority for our ticket and be democratic ticket, which appears in tho broke rock on tho streets. He died the larger Clientitled to tho banner. In other words, left column of tho official ballot, is given Sunday worth 200,000 Richmond max. our party is thoroughly aroused and on the 4th page of th'a issue. Tho cross Near Grayson, Champ Biggs, while there are going to be precious few shirk- mark under the rooster is printed sim intoxicated, killed his uncle, Wash Even Tuesday. ers or deserterd next we ply to show the voter whore to stamp it pieces. Bad the efforts of the republicans to form a with tho stencil ho will find in the James, by cutting him to for coalition with the prohibitionists has booth. If you want to vote the demo- blood has existed between them time. largely proven a failure. The latter gen- cratic ticket straight you hnve only to some The failure of A. D. Barling, a largo tlemen are beginning to reallza what stamp the cross where we havo it, fold raisin grower and shipper at FreBno, Cal., outeet should have been patent at the your ballot so as to disclose no part of its cholera scare in the that neither policy nor good morals will contents except the signatures of the is attributed to theHis abilities aggre justify them in giving over to a party 90 county clerk and the clerk of the elec E ist last month. to per cent, of whoso members are bitter- tion and then hand it to one of the gate SI 13,000. Near Harris Station, in Madison ly and uncompromisingly opposed to judges, who will deposit it in tho ballot manufac-rer- , Bennett shot and killed JL $' Co. their policies. We ore glad to be able box. You will not see your ballot till it countp, William also colored, becaiiBO to to announce this cheering intelligence is handed you by tho clerk and you will Pleasant Jenkins, with his interforred VrLX,:E3 on tho bvo of tho election. Nothing be allowed not exceeding three minutes Jenkinsbad happiness. for every democrat to to prepare it alone in the booth. now remains but If nil Tho Southern Lenguo of Bao Ball ,in hia iintv lilroa man nnd a good citi you want to do is to put W. H. WRAKKN the cro?s under Clubs has decided to iucreaso tho league CRAB ORCHARD. MKS.A W.JA.Mh zen. A long pull, a strong pull and a the rooster it will not take you a third to 12 Plubs with a Hilary limit of $1,000. counpull altogether will place Lincoln Hallowe'en was generally observed of the time and then you will know you Charters were granted to Nashville, ty and tho 13th Judicial District firmly rre voting so that your ballot will be hereby ronnntic da and lassies seekCharleston, Savannah and Atlanta. in the grasp of tho only party which counted. Let every democrat from Cape ing for revelations of futuro wives and Every member of President Harrifl-ou'- s represents its character and intelligence Cod to Kalamazoo, and from hell to hiifllmnds. Our new line of-cabinot, with the exception of the and keep it there without luiure con- breakfast, make it a point to go to the Tho G ruber Family gave an enterSecretary of State, is on tho stump a test or question. Read tho address of polls and voto the ticket from beginning dignifiedfspectaele, which domonstratiB tainment at tho College, Tuesday night, nnd tho small end that was present wore the Democratic Executive Committee to end. the confidence the ulniinistrntion hrfs highly issue. published elsewhere in entertained. Tuk electoral votes of tho 44 States, in tho result. Candidates for polico judgo are On Smoky Creek, Cartor county, J. j his speech at the Co oper Union which are to decide the question of who shaking tho handa of their friends nnd Carlislo said that the shall be president, next Tuesday, now A. Wooley and Charles Webb, who havo Kew Yotk, Senator trying to purmiado them that they are power to tax is the modt arbitrary and number 444, a majority oi which is 223. been enemies for yenra, mot at a dineo Coal Hods, Vases, Pokers, Shovrls, Kitchen Sets, Zincs, Russia tho best men for the place. Those who despotic power that any government can Tho Solid South is reasonably sure to and boiran shootinir nt each other. Both aro out lire Ward Moore, Judge W. O. IronJPipc, ect. of the scope give her 159 votes to Cleveland, but this wore badly wounded and Jerry Wills possess. If there is no limit Hausford and Judge J. H. Stephens. of this power, it follows that the people will leave him 01 votes short of tho was hit by a stray ball. All three are at Democratic orators havo b"on mat-n- g of this country hold all their earnings prize. To get theBO tho vote of New the point of death. the welkin ring wit h their eloquence At Toledo, O., Mrs. E. H. Dewy saw and all their property at the mere will York, 30, Now Jersey, 10, Indiana, 15 Judgo J. n mar- prominent among whom wore and suffrage of Congress. Tho question and Connecticut 0 nru necessary, unless her husband on the street with V. HugheH, of Mercer, whoso speech is whether you shall have an excessive the claims in Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa ried woman named Mrs. Bolter. The has been complimented on all eidefl, and or an unjust system of taxation, devised and Michigan aro well founded. The husband hensibly skipped, but Mrs. Bol and K. F. Bobhitt. Sam Orelov, Jr., pulled for the purpose of supporting industries, four states first named are reasonably ter remained and had her hair our next commonwealths attorney, to raiBO rev. sure to go democratic and leave Mr. and was otherwise roughly handled by or a just taxation, devised came up to see tho tiling well done. enue for the benefit of tho people. The Cleveland three votes to spare. If he the furious woman. Mis Beck Stuart has gone to Law- John O. Kntnond, a prominent issue between the parties is clear. If tho should not carry those States and WeavMrB. near Soldier, this State, received renceburg to visit her sister, government of tho United States has a er develops the strength he claims in She was accompanied by Mica right to tax the people for private pur- some of the republican Btrongholds, the one'of the circulars Bent out by tho Bettio Mcl'nll, who has been spend inir poses it cannot legally do so unless the election might go to tliu House. The "green goods" men of New York and h e the summer with tho Misses Stuart. says the present House showed his want of both sense and honpeople sanction that course. It has the Courier-JournTho young people regret hor leaving for privato purposes, would make the choice and not the esty by going to New York to aeo the right t tax them His trip cost him very much. Dr. Dick, of Indiana, has or it has only the right to tax them for next, as some imagine and Cleveland new road to fortune. taken the place of Dr. McIIvane, at the public purposes. There is no. middle would be elected. Thus Cleveland haB JS00 and a brick wrapped up in several Keeley Institute. Dr. DickB family ground. The McKmloy bill was passed two chances, in tho electoral college and newspapers is all that ho ,bni to show will remain for tho winter in Indiana. for the purpose of getting contributions in the Housp, while Harrison must suc for it. A fair number of "jags" aro already for the republican campaign. The ef- ceed, it at all, in the electoral college. MT. VERNON, R0UKCASTLE COUNTY. hero and immediately after the elec fects of it is to divide the people into tion n large crowd is expected. News comes from New York that the Aunt Peggy Singleton is very low classes one to receive the benefits and repuoucans nave practically given up with pneumonia. HUBBLE. the other to receive the burdens. This Squire Burdiuo has moved from l'ucondition of affairs is surely undesirable that State and will concentrate their Bring on your turkeys at Go and in a free and popular government. The forces and money in Indiana. They laski to the B. K. Bethurum place near your chickens nt Ojc per pound and people should assert themselves at the can win the election without tho Em- town. your egga at 1CJ. pire State, provided they carry tho othTho public school ha8 oponed, after polls next Tuesday and restore the EVERY LINE IS NOW COMPLETE Bro. Caldwell preached a good serof public affairs to the par- er States they did in 1SSS, together being closed a week on account of tie mon to his usual good congregation here a with the new ones granted Statehood prevalence of diphtheria. ty which believes with its leader that morning. A number of forest firea have done Sunday public office is a public trust, that the for the purpose of securing their votes. Having been very busy for the past no more tax-e- a They are making the effort of their ex- considerable damage to fencing, corn government should collect four weeks, the I. J'h. items from this than are necessary for an economical istence and the power of money will bo fields, etc., during the week Tho drift of pubRepublican Electors EdwardB, Mr. locality have been neglected. conduct of its affairs and that the mass fully demonstrated. We aro to have another wedding in es have some rights, which the classes lic opinion is evidently in our direction Davison, of Stanford, and Judge Brown, about 15 dava, but will withhold names and we will win if the democrats of the of Loudon, spoke.here Tuesday . should be made to respect. country assort themselves. The dances given by Mr. I) G if I am invited in the near future. Dr. Kinnaird, of Lancaster, preTuk republican papers are saying that Buchanan Hull aro attendEves after the drain of the extra ses- Slaughter at appreciated by the young sented J. W. Bright with a fine girl last declined to pat his "President Cleveland ed and greatly week and the result is that John has signature to 524 pension acts passed by sion of tho Legislature and the big remit people. . Congress. Neither Presideut Garfield tance to school superintendents, there is smiles all over his face from six inches to rvvalent Dinhtheria haa beeni nor President Harrison ever vetoed a $1(30,000 Btill in the State treasury. The for the past two weekt . iq bavo a yard long. Bingleone." This does not mean that wonder grows that the per diem filchers been seven cases and Some corn has been sold at the s among Mr. Cleveland vetoed that many bills. had not run the extra into the adjourn- tho children. hsap in this settlement for $3. Ed ome Many were bardly important enough to ed sension, and shows that as rapacious MeesrB. O. C. Wiliiamsu.id G. W. White sold to Sam Woods he let them become laws with-ou- t as they are, they are not disposed to take McClure for tho democrats and S. D. stuff nt 2J. Tom Woods veto, bo butcher .10 choice his signature. With the sensible, the whole earth. Lewis and Andrew Baker for the oppo- bought of Greenherry Bright Greenherry Bober thinking people of the country, owes at $5 00 per head. Thk Williamsburg Times makes a sition are whooping up things in Rockof grass is loved for the enemies nnlrir the nminet s1 CSInn .lnr, ,iU At. .. castle county. The democratic club at Bright haa rented 200 acres H,B s .DealcrsJIn. . he made among the land to Love Lilian! at $2.50 per acre. aUd''"'V men . y puuusuingtlie .!!. tliat Brodbead has 123 members. tact his house to in tho matter of pensions mooring camp followers Col. John Buchanan and wife left Mr. Ed Miller has rented when Mr. Pettit offered a resolution in and he'll more than make up for the loss the Legislature denouncing tho Pinker-ton- s for Louisville. Tuesday, on a visit to Ed Austin for $00 and has moved to of their votes from that class of people nnd extending sympathy to the their daughter, Mrs. John A. Haldc-ma- Danville. Mrs. Layi Hubble and daughter, who do not halieve that every fellow Homestead strikers, jAND U. Pope, of Danville, waa visitt the colonel promptwho can produce perjured proof of his ly moved to tablo Hutching. Will and Joe Mies Laura, have gone to Colorado to it. but it failed to carrv. ing Mr. J. II . Henry Cox has claim should live off the bounty of the Brooks havo been on a visit to their spend tho winter. government. Uubblo place, near J. J. Cait. Hkunuon receivra irom the U. mother. moved to tho thought S. government 5600 annually as a penQuccnswarc, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner Politics are livening up things; local Walker's. Mra. S. J. Hubble is Tukke is a great doal at stake in this sion. Presumably this is not a suflicien t Win. Herndon was to be improving. speakers of both parties have been busy Sets. Aiso agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. a tune salve for his sufferings election and if there was ever for the flag, since throughout tho county for several days, here among his friends Monday. It. L. when the democrats should do their full ud anna uim icujJie oi iveniucicy to gie instructing voters how to vote, etc. The Hubble is buying Bomo young muiea duty it is now. A republican paper, him $3,000 more per annum as circuit new manner of voting has its terrors for for some Tennessee parties. Joe IStnith with holy horror, is moved to rernurk judge. ia visiting his father, f7 some, who declare they will not go to of Granger, la., and its words are true: "The voto Thos. Smith, near here. Wo aro glad NEWSY NOTES. ti- the polls, fearing they cannot manipuwhich would elect Grover Cleveland to note that Tom Yeager is improving late the kangaroo properly. president, would continue the House William Lee, a patient in a St. Loucreek, this coun- from his accidental shot. Mr. Wm. Monday on Brush democratic and probably so make the is hospital, is paralyzed in the eyes and been very sick for a Wheelbarrows, Cross Cut Saws, Fencing Wire and Staples, Haling ty, Bill Hubbard, while sittiuK at din- White's child has tho democrats a clean cannot close them, even to sleep. Senate, giving few days, but Dr. Carpenter thinks ita killed. ner, was Bhot and instantly Wire. Horse Shoes and Nice Toilet, Chamber and Dinner Sets. sweep." Isn't this end sufficient to put Near Parkersburg, W. Va., the boil-o- r hopeful. Dr. Herriu reports a Whether tho killing waa accidental or recovery every democrat on his mettle? of n saw mill burst, killing one man very flick child at Will Bourne'fl. not is not known. It is said Dr. Hiinly Attorney General Millkii gives it and seriously injuring throe others. and Tom Bowles were at the huse of Four Louisville murderers are to Amos of Frankfort, Ind., Hubbard nnd were drinking and firing dangle from the samo gallows in Decemout that he will retire from the cabinet who made Heaviloa, Always on hand. All goods sold his money as a butcher, has off their pistola while flitting out on tho ber. after next March. Of course he will. given $33,000 to the Purdue Universi- porch and a ball from one of their weaa eoubrotte, a sister Sadie Scnnlan, All of them will. And there will never a ty. Scanlan, passed through the board partition of W. J. York after tho rommediau, died of such email calibre occupy so man -- Joe Choynaki knocked out George pons singing through the in New of the house, striking him in the neck. familiar hymn. "Nearer My God to high a position again, if Cleveland is Godfrey, the black fighter, in Or taken back. Goods promptly delivered. the 15th elected, and it looks mightily like ho round, at tho Coney Island Athletic All are Jackson county men. No ar- thee." She had beon nick but a few days. Club. rests. will bo diller-enceBn- Adania was burned to death by her druna catching fire while cleaning up the dining room. Tho largor portion of Berry, Including tho lively stable nnd three horaur, and n number of residences, burned Tuesday night, At Lawronceburg, Intl., Mrs. Neal Abbott, n loading lady of tho plaue, was thrown from her buggy Ina runaway and instantly killed. At Soldier, this Staio, Jcsso Parkins and Harry Kay, rivals, quarreled, when Speeial 8 oot and Sho eSale 'TIIIS WEEK Al XtOTTXS 31TXXJUB STOKB. 10 per V nd hundred pair Ladies' Calf and Grain Shoes at $1 per pair 75 pair Ladies' Button Kid bhoes at $1; 48 pair Ladies' Button Kid $1.50. Also the Celebrated Brandy d. J. Johnson tf in all styles and sizes. Me7i'sJineShocatSl.Kanga.roo Shoes at 1.50; Calf Shoe for Boys at ?1. Boots at l.o0, $2.50 and up. n, TEIS Cut this ticket out. cent, discount on It will entitle you i bu-ne- Blankets, in White, Gray and Red. carry 'j Ladies' and Gents' Underwear, In all grades. Memember The Largest Stoek of Clothing Every garment guaranteed In Stanford. Everything in Boys' and Children's Overcoats and Suits and an elegant assortment of Men's Suits and Overcoats. Don't fail loon at our line of Cloaks and Jackets from the celebrated Cloak E. Buihhardt IiOTJIS fit. i STORE, A. Hays, Manager. 1 CALL AND SEE -- 's HEATING STOVES 9 W. H. WEAKEN & CO. j& fnr-me- r, May-fiel- d. JF'XTJL.Ill. al TO THE CEILING WITH - NEW GOODS I A COMB AND SES BIJiVEiffiANOJIJi e& v, SONo 1,150-poun- d i coffee-cooler- f FARRIS & A HARDIN n. BLABDWABEi9 IQ ti A in SX2ijClJ) o STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, M Fresh Stcck of GROCERIES GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED, MoKlITlTESr BROS, M it i "- I.TJHIW1 tr . f. iiipitiiiiMMaiiiiinifiiijJtipiiii IfJWr'-- ' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournm. Nove.miif.iiI, 1892 AN vlorcrt ORCHARD IDYL. The warm aim ghlno clown on tnnfla or whltt Tho honey bee, livJea. alts by on too wUiff . And Jenny comes down truoro tho poach trooi bond over. An(t Ilobln, gay rogue. In beginning to alng. Dluo, so bluo, nro tho skies when) tho sort cloud nro swimming. And bluo, yes, a blue, aro tho maiden's bright oyca. Stanford, Ky IS .O.WAI.TON,BU.ManQKOr Itut, alast their (air beauty with teardrops aro ltutl i)( the J. I' Carpenter f"m ll.f.lenville. . th. MuJteb-- i p k improved nod III a healthful k-1 hr plnre ii well tI.I,nl)RNSMo. City, i jo Olive Street, Kans imcot r . A : SILENiil rl..l., brimming, While thorn' no bint of rain In tho aklM. azure-hue- d : FARM, Kn. The robtn trllU loudor ht rapturous Blnging, Tho pink blossoms drift on the breeze that floats by. IJut Jenny's heart throbs, nail her thoughts aro As she spreads tho white dottis on the clover to dry; Thero Is an empty nest In Ueapplo tree hidden; There's a blaekberr? vino that Is dead In tho nun. It will rain, for the clouds by tho breezes nro btddew. - ,'? TABLER'S UCKEYE And tho llnrh denei tntf dry and tho waaMng runaway. "Thero is a long side traok there. I heard tho whistle of No. as she passed Lakeland, and my heart stood still. half Three moro minutes and we would sco 1 "Clifton Gait's, Crescent Hill, had been passed. On wo thundered, but surely on tho crar.y in front Would wo have time to reach it? "When wo passed tho operator on our mad rldo ho stood for some seconds talking with tho deserted engineer, when, rcmombcrlng No 1, ho rushed to his instrument Sho must bo stopped nt Anchorage. He dropped helplessly In the chair when the words camo back: 'No. t just pulled out' "Wo wero going sixty miles nn hour. What was to bo done I didn't know. No. 1 was almost duo. We lived a year in tho next few minutes. As wo struggled up tho grade to Onnsby's wo gained perceptibly on tho flying gain-ingslowl- y USEFUL NOVELTIES. Bvory-Ua- y FAIR HANDS FOR ALL. Fin-eror ! 1 ma-chi- Two Littlo Oonvoulonooa for Uso. Haw to Mako and Koop tho Nails BoautlfuL CHATS Bitron Is An Ornamental Htrlni; Hot and a Letter and riiutograpli I'rnme Combined ABOUT MEN. A Diagram lixplalnlng Their Construction. Fairfax livon in Virginia. lie a physician and practices hi profes- pense. Will Do It Simple Bat Effective Directions rnrn)licd by it filanlcnre. Little Trouble, with Almost No ex- "Oct me a string, quick, will you?" cried pater fiuniliuH "Yes, yes. In a minute; there are some somewhere. I know " Then there is a rush and a hunt for some twlno. Tho diagram, Fig. I, will give an Idea of one of the novelties sion. lint OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, A SURE tho robin sans on. Ami the wind. Idle roTpr. Still drifted tko peaeb bkMAems down to the bow ooukl ttioy know of a faithless yewig lover, And bow- could they rood the sweet hoart of a - for grM. I:im' Stilt on moves the day wfcn. Too sun. mountain ITpr4kr and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 yonrs ns tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. 18. CO., tT.IXt nuiumisos-TATi-oniiui. Revnalfl new neot In the oW appie tree. Awl the rays rtneh the via that seemml 'lead, awl they spy A prontlao of bepd that the summer will see. And Jenny, slow tripping where bioraoms bond over, rind that, sltly maklen, that banlahns toarm l As sue piuoks. with a fcmlle, live elo er That brinceth good fortune nnd drives away fears. Ah' Jenny, the rebta, his carol still singing. Is wrtUhlng the aeone, with bird wlodoin wlec. And he notes, I am sure, that tho wind Is bzot-rtngoi- TAKK TUT . i.,..HU.. iinwiitmyK rwicicft kr 'ftF.i THE WORLD'S FAIR ....LINK TO ..And., No hint of a shower In tho Wus or the skies So the ivseh petals drift, as the bee, busy rover, I'ltos hettie nt the ckso of the lomc summer Iwmrs, 'OMK0AE1D9 poVn'ts Arxl sees blushing Jenny her lover Where the rod robin noits ami the white WJfiiSW Slei-pio- clever llou'er. Marleeae Ileatoo, In Oood Housekeeping JiUNAWAY LOCOMOTIVES. mad "Wild ftitrlneb? Well, yen; I ltaro seen fow In tur day," Haiti nn old engineer to a 1oiiUvUlo Courlcr-.lotirntOHIO retxrter. Tlio subject htul been CHESAPEAKE lirottglil up by tlic iliscussion of Ilia peculiar notions of a runaway enixlne. Tho engineer in question nettled himput hit Philadelphia self comfortably inbit oiTchair, end ofhis a the feet on the table, Baltimore, Now York, cii;ar handod him by the reporter, lighted it, nnd, with lecen relish, exAnd all other Kaslcrn Cities After several LeuHglo aad haled a cloud of smoltc. St oilrU Line between l.Saitle. pu on tho fraprant weed he bruan: Kattcrn P4M "You see, I have bven entrineerinp IN hPFFCT SEPT. now for twenty ciRht years, and in that KAbT ilOl'ND. time I have seen many curious acciSterling M t ait Mail. Ne m dents, many narrow escapes nnd many No ti. IMS a m; estlbuled horrible deaths, but" and he looked at No 4,6 top m, Morehcad Accom Iso. tho lighted end of the WEST HOUND. Arr Lealngwn in a meditative way "that is Lcslnglon Aeeem. No tj, Bojam; Louisville neither hero nor there. 5 Ex No. ji, ii)9p m; Lexington Acom. No. m r. Vn II3. ta u niTrtTTllt 1 "You wish to hear some wild cntjine pm, Vcttibu stories. There are few of thefe stories Dining Car. No Solid Vwillmled Train with; to tell, an thefto accidents happen but I ut iranfer without seldom, and aro becoming less frequent Through SlMpcm fiom with each day. Ch"i'" KUU.FR, . C, It RYAN. "The llrst one that I knew of hapAss'l Geo. I'aM. Agt , Agl. Gen. Pass. Cincinnati Washington, I). C pened Just after the St Louis it San OSCAIt (J. MURRAY, Traffic Manager was at I'ranoltco road was built Canyon City with my train. On the track ahead of me stood a freight Snoxrilh, Cumberland Cap & Louisville tiiat had been uncoupled from tho freiRht train, which was on the tide 11 tl Can best YeitlWisW HiiRet all iram Vo change ofear, best accommodations, qttkk rates, ti time mid lowestaddreM lor Information IAS. MARKER, 0 P A.Chicago V O CKUSH.l) I A . LoimvilU. f'inrt and rrUtCain Tho Quoor Pluy on tho Iron Rond. Praka Tho7 Ofton & RAILWAY. Washington, 7'5"i l.e.Lfln i. men nnd women crushed, mangled nnd scalded and probably burned. My God! how I suffered and prayed for tho help that came. A section gang were working near tho switch. They had left It open. "When we were heard thundering along tho boss started for the Bwltch. As he reached It the runaway dashed Into tho switch. He turned it and we dashed on the main track. Tho wild cnglno for nn instant spun along on the wheels of one Hide, and I prayed that it might turn completely oyer. "My prayer was not answered. As it settled back wo c.itne abreast of it Hill leaped for his and hundreds of other lives. It was a breathless moment He caught with ono hand to tho handle of tho cab and swung for one breathless second and then mounted into tho cab. I looked forward, and again my hair roso on end nnd my heart ceased to beat for within a few hundred yards around tho curve thundered reversed my engine tho fast train. and waited. "She seemed to rise in the air like a spirited steed checked whilo at full speed by tho cruel curb. Struggling to go forward, sho swayed from side to side, tho wheels spinning backward, while the momentum carried lior forward. Tho fast train still camo on. "Hill hud reversed and his cngino was touring herscH to pieces in a mad effort to reach tho main track but a breathed short distance ahead. freer as my old favorite began to move, fcr tho engineer of tho passenger had reversed. Wo still got nearer, but I was going so rapidly and tho other so slowly when wo touched that hardly a jar was felt "The runaway was at a standstill a few feet from the switch, with Hill in a dead faint in tho bottom of tho cab. Wo got back to Louisville, and I was taken down with brain fever, from which I recovered after a long struggle. So ended my last experience with wild cngincB." 1 1 no I A Kh HUNGRY TYPEWRITER. twenty-five-cent- JIK Mm Lenh-gN- 1 en-pin- e Double Daily Schedule, R. R. In Effect July ;VJ a D m lr Dly r M. 1l 63 701 1 7. ', 73s, all ; it I 8s 650 ......Y . Knoxrllln ...A track. "The engineer and fireman left tho entjlno to get orders. Without warning the locomotive started backward. my itit The switch had been left open. The r m. men on the train saw it coming and Jf 3o (Xi scattered. 5 4 17. ! S M ,.K. A O. Jtmetisn ... I aloneyslllp llevprljf.. 13 10 10 J Io 7r I S 10?; yt II tl 1 1 900 II v II I' 9 at II 3 9 3 oD IT 831! 4 tl .Waihbum Williana Spring-Oakman Clinch River. ,....- ..Four SeakClia. Corryton I.ultrell Pewilcr Spnuc .... .--... ... .. . . 9' .Atlhur l.ene MounUin. Tazewell Powell Hivcr .. A ilhur. .. I . 7 m 95 07 9M u iMiooj 11 9 M IO lamilten Spring.. . . Cumberland Gap...., ..Tunnel Junelion .. M. II. Junction ..Mlddleboro. ...... S' 80s three box cars and was badly damaged SO 7 33 so badly damaged that a careful ex4S" 7 41 4' 7 31 amination failed to determine what 4 7" had caused tho runaway. 4 'il 7" 7 "I will tell about another accident 3S 6JS nrurer home, which happened about S 3 on tho Shore Lino i3 6 44 nine yrars ago No. 27 was standing division. Lngiuo at 6sU East Louisville. Tho fireman nnd en4 J 41 SSo gineer were in the ofllce. She was 3J 4 7 CM Mi "Tho engine demolished the first a M a S 4S9 I oul 4 55 S3 510 3S m LfAvc LiiBilxrllwl ' Corhln NUItTJI IIUUNl). uap, - ti N.. Ir l.cxini(tuii .. .,ri, ArrivoUuitYllle Winclieiit-- I.IinstM " " " " " " . . to $opm .n 00 ..IJ'IH" 4S' .... ,ijm ... jo am , 3 m p l.pae " Iiuiivill Arrho I'arlt CincuiHati " SOUTH HOUND T,. .t'N Cincinnati I.eaiDgtnn Winciictter .... . . 7 05 a 7 au a m 1 4j a in 3 301m orlnn " .. .... $ 15a m Cumberlanil O.ip Pullman l'alaco Car Kmuvillc lo Clncinnat without change. Uoiinuctlon mado with all train North and North-weat Orand Central depot, Cincinnati. hrouifh tlclt on mIc at City Ticket oftice iS Oay atrwt and Depot Ticket oince. foit West Mm atrcct, Knoxvillii. For any information at to routes, ratci, etc . ap " ' " " " - " 7 . 8 45 p in io 30 p m IS p m 10 pin .tP" u I.irinzttan I " ' at 1 i 11 A - gllKNKY7J B V A.IIIY, Acting Ren'IP" Agt SMI I It, City Ticket Act , Kniville,reiin NWNorfoikiWesternRi Schedule July 17, LEAVU NOIITON 1891. DAILY oup m (orOraham, lllucfield, I'ocaliantaa and intermediate ttatioiis Roanoke, and in 00 a m lor llliieheld, Lvnchburi:, Richmond and Norfolk. Alio fvia Roanoke) for Waililngton, llageraiewn, Pullman Sleeping Cum from Louivillo to Nor. snd Kadroia; lo Radlord to d New York, via Shenandoah Junction, alio to Wahinston; lio.from Lynchburgto Rich. f oik via:Norton Rad-for- .,,,, MhimTton afid Chattanooga Limited, a train leeplng car run daily of Pullman Coache and route, topping only at viaShenandoah Valley Luray. Shenandoah, Uaalc, Roanoke and Radford. North Hound Limited leave Iladlord 11 a6 p m. r or further intormalion a to sehedulei, rate,Ac. apply to agent of Norfo k A Weitern Rail- ' train lor Pocaliotitar, Powhatan aml Oooil. will loave Illuefield daily at 9 05 a m, 313 p and 1 T rani arrive at Norton Irom the Eait daily at 111 headed toward Auchoragc. "Suddenly and without warning tho wheels began to spin uround. For an Instant the old machine stood still, then with a snort leaped forward like a spirited horse that had suddenly freed itself from the rein. I was standing near the end o( tho depot farthest from the engine. My fireman had up a full head of steam on No. 107. "I waved to him and he brought her up. I boarded without her being slowed up. Wo throw tho throttle wide opou and Hill filled the furnace. Then began a race that I will never forget The engineer of the runaway and tho operator stood on the platform, with mouths wldo open, staring In astonish-mou- t at tho vanishing engine. "As I passed them for an Instant my heart stopped beating. Catching my breath, I turned to yell to tho operator, turned but ho was too far behind. and looked at No. 27. She seemed to bo going faster and faster and faster. I looked at Hill. His face was palo as death. "Our eyes met and ho muttered: 'No. 1.' 1 nodded my heud and turned away. My old horse was nodding from side to side. For an instant I stood aghast as I thought what would happen when No. 1 and the wild engine met I was startled by a mullled voice: 'We must do it," and turning saw Hill working awny like a maniau at the furnace. "I eased up on tho lever, pulled out tho throttle to tho last notch, and tho iron horse seemed a thing of lifo as it leaped forward in answer. Wo could feel her pulso throb and boat, and her breath came short and thick as, like a thoroughbred race horse, she strained every ncrvo and musclo in her tnad endeavor to overtake that steaming, flying, tireless machine ahead. "Our faces wero set and determined as wo worked to save tho lives of those on the fast train, which was Ihunder-Ing't-o its doom to certain death and destruction unless wo stopped that 1 ft lien Nuliody Treats Ilcr. Places called dairies are numerous in Now York, Thero is one In Nassau street that the working girls patronize. They are waited on by working girls, invariably dressed, summer and winter, in stillly starched prints. Thero is a sort of reciprocity between patron and waitress. says the "I'm feeling flush patron, "guess I'll havo a stew." "That's where your head's level," tsays the waitress. "Take a clam stow. I caught tho I know It's good cook putting a clam In It" Hut the patron chooses Instead a not unsavory concoction of scraps of beef with potatoes and onions, which costs Sometimes tho girl Is fifteen cents. rich enough to add to this a wedge of pic und that makes her check five cents more. There aro other restaurants whero tho prices are a little higher. Those aro patronized largely by the girls who do typewriting. Tho prices range from ten to fifty cents for tho various dishes. A piece of roast bcof and a glass of claret can be had for forty cents. Tho girls who (;o In pairs may order a meat cents, which answers pio for tv enty-dv- c for two. Now and then, however, the typewriter has a very elaborate luuch-eon- . Tho men who employ typewriters uro proverbially philanthropic in this regard. It must be philanthropy which prompts them so often to take tho young women who attend to their correspondence to lunch with them. Then possibly she has reed birds and white wlno at the Savarln. Hut perhaps it isn't philanthropy after all, for the next day her meat pie seems, somehow, to have lost its flavor. The girl with a sense of humor goes to a Park row coilco house ami is amused. She gives her order and hears tho waitress shriek: "Heef one; jlruw one in tho dark," which interpreted means, beef and beann and a. cup of black coffee; or perhaps she wauts wheat cakes and then tho waitress demands: "A stack of browns." Possibly she desires eggs turned over, which uro known ut this cafe as "white wings." While she waits for her luncheon to be brought she reads the texts that arc displayed on tho walls. Ono young woman, who had neither the fear of tho Lord nor of tho proprietor before her eyes, took her pencil ono day and wrote upon the wall: "Tako a little wine for thy stomach's sake," "Let us we'll die," eat and drink and nnd similar texts, pertinent neither to tho place nor occasion. N. Y. World. Lunelle for Ten Cent ," to-da- The Jleuson. That youngsters do not always sec tho moral side of an event is not to bo wondered at and may bo duo somewhat to their polut of view. "Johnny," said the father, "do you know why 1 am going to whip youV" expecting, of course, that Johnny would confess that ho had been naughty and deserved punishment; but tho boy promptly replied: you aro bigger than am." The father lot tho switch fall and reflected a minute. "Come to think of it." ho said s of tho to himself, "that is reason." Thou he said, aloud: "You may go this time, John." Golden Days. 1 throo-fourth- "Yes, fathor, I know. It is because Cm exutino. a thorough massago previous to the commencement of the treatment proper. It is highly grateful to the tired handa of the pianist nnd writer, as well as tho weary, Angers of the typewriters aud all others who earn their bread by the sweat of the hands. It strengthens and refreshes the hands, giving that feeling of exquisite cleanliness which a Turkish bath imparts to the body The question is often asked- "Why are my hands so rough and yours so smooth?" This question is best answered in the Yankee fashion by asking another: "What kind of soap do you use?" RAILROAD JOTTINGS. The fair customer looks as though you suspected her of using a cheap article at Summit, Ten to one she will immediately r Over a mile of snow on tho Coutral Pacific, wore burned re- you tho name of some highly-pcrf- i .iii cently. soap and will seem greatly siir New iron bridges are being built by when you explain that the unpare the best tho Alleghany Vnlley company at lied A goodly share of all tho ' .ur. Bank, Phillipston and Datters. Pa. ' the skin ot the hands on London's six principal railway tho diseased, fatty mat ,1 ... annually over 200.000.000 people scented soups. and tho tramways about lo0.0IKl.000. Alwnys endeavor to -- sr "" I' .it The New York Central has been mak. will replace us much of t'. .iftJ oil ing somo elaborato toats near West Al- of the skin as possible, foi n , tlif.only Now bany of tho Westinghouse and which keeps the skin sof. "il .nooth. York air brakes. Owing to tho excessive itrv ics of our It is tho intention of tho Now York. American climate we netnl U. .told In all Lake Erie and Western to use the trolley our natural oil if we would keep at bay system as n means of motive iower in that foe of women s happiness Eomo departments of the service prob wrinkles. ably for switching pnrposcs. The outer or scarf skin, through dryJames L. Boylo has been appoiuted ness, becomes looser than the under auditor of tho Now York, Texas and layer, hence wrinkles. And right here is the place to say a Mexican nnd Gulf, Western Texas ami word about the "instantaneous wrinkle VicPacific roads, with headquarters at toria, Tex., to succeed H. S. Batson. JaCCEO transferred. l ,, THUMB Tho Pennsylvania is about to build an WEttl FOMFINMR addition to its Broad street (PhiladelM A 1 pio 2 phia) passenger station at Market and smoothly and teach the children, and Merrick streets. Tho foundations will father and mother to keep everything cost $100,000, for which sum tho contract in place, by having a placo for every- has been let. thing. Claribel, in Ohio Farmer. As tho Illinois and Michigan canal ia soon to bo widened nnd transformed ABOUT LADIES' GLOVES. into a drainago canal, it is proposed to They Havo .Much to Do with Giving a construct a six track drawbridge to redown a StylUh Air. place tho threo double track bridges now When the homo dressmaker has com- crossing the canal near Western avenue, pleted a gown her next thought is ol which ato used by threo Hues of railthe hat nnd the gloves to accompany it roads. The latter does much In giving the TUtlBE COXDIT10X3. FASHION'S FANCIES. gown a stylsh air, or if tho gloves bo illy selected the whole garment is Eton jackets and gypsy boleros are removers," which aro professed to do ruined in the ej'es of all beholders. away with wrinkles of both young and very pretty and much worn. Suede or undressed gloves do not wear Gay and pretty crib coverlets aro inado old. as well as glaco or dressed kid, but are Thero is no preparation yet discovered of dark red or crimson wool, tho stripes which will iu itself accomplish this. .still favored for dressy calling and u fastened by gold si lie floss. mousque-talrechurch wear In But in the hands of a scientific "masglace of tho unless a Gauntlet gloves with heavy Btitchiny seur," and with the aid of a puro oil, most expensive brands is preferred, as it nro fashionable, and no aro the lovely they can, by constant cure, bo kept often Is by verj' conservative taste. Tho pearl red with black cording. away, but not through any virtue of tho n glace glove Is ordinary Littlo English walking hats are to b. preparation used. worn for shopping and traveling The rago lor morning promenades, and The massage will strengthen the buttonlcss Itiarntz glove atone dollar la exceedingly aro jaunty, with thuir trim muscles which have become flabby and is very stylish for traveling and mornthe oil will feed und fatten tho skin, ing wear, and should fit looser than a crowns and pretty trimmings A pretty street toilet is of blue broad thereby causing It to become smooth "real" kid glove. Heavy kid gloves, firm. pique sewed, that Is. with tho raw edge cloth, with fourcapCMof the same colm and If you would have smooth white bordered with Persian trimming, greet lapped over and stitcued down, aro women on a red ground, it is extremoly stylish hunds, keep them out of hot water Use worn by many a puro soap und always take time to with morning costumes donned before and very wmtery looking. thoroughly dry them. two p. m Heavy kid gloves having A charming gown is of white silk mull Too frequent use of the or faced palms aro worn for made over tin quoiso blue silk. Tho driving, with four brass buttons fastencorsago is liordered with full will cause that painful condition of the ing them. Gauntlet gloves of castor, ruffles of mull and tho waist encircled finger ends called hang-nailNever bite or tear them off, but clip undressed reindeer or heavy doe skin, by a wide sash of pale pink silk. with a sharp pair of scissors and anoint often miscalled "dogskin," aro fashionPointed plastrons of steel, gold and able for horsewomen. White suedo jet for velvet and cloth street garments with a little cold cream to prevent tho irritation which would otherwise arise. gloves ure worn in the evening with Never put steel instruments under tho eolor, or the toilette is completed aro very popular. The Persiau embroidany Every time ono is used you unwith harmonizing gloves of a dolicato eries are especially lovely, the colors in nails. shade, as lavender, flesh, palest of yel- the metallic threads blending most har- consciously prick the delicate skin and soon you will begin to notice a dark, low, pearl, etc Self stitching Is more moniously. In furs tho elegant trois quarts cajea dirty line under tho nails, for which stylish than black ou any glove just now Tan and gray shades lead for of Btonemartin, mink and blue fox are you cannot account, and which nothing day wear, though Rome fancy shades of to be worn. Tho beal sacque, of course, will remove but time and disuse of tho English tan, a brownish red, willow is as popular as ever, and when it has steel instruments. A Httlo orango wood stick will bo green and navy blue are to be seen, but sleeves of sable or mink is about as elethey should be worn v ith costumes of gant and handsome a garment as heart found to bo a very effectivo agent with which to clean the nails, and to daily the same tone ami avoided unless one could wish. New York Advertiser possesses many change. The lacing press away the encroaching skin which seems so determined to hide from view glove suits persons having fleshy wrists. A perfect fit does not mean n cramped Desired Information. that chief beauty of our nails, the half Wp dcire to imprest upon the roindt of the pubappearance of the hand. Ladies' Home moon. by the lic the superiority of the service offered Journal. If the hands are rough, wear a loose Wisconsin Central Line betwieli Chicago and Milwaukee and St l'jul, Minneapolis, Duluth and pair ot kid gloves. Allow them to reTor Tired lYet. all points ill the Northwest. Two fast trains Wave In the morning Hathe tho feet in cold water, if possi- Chicago dailr for St. Paul, Minneapolis and Du- main on all night uso luth with Pullman Vesllbuled Drawing Room wash lu tepid water, using a littlo ble; if cold water Is unpleasant and Coach fi of latest design Its Dining French almond meal, and your hands warm and plenty of plain, unscented Sleepers It is the only routo Car Service is unsurpassed. will bo much improved. with a soft towel to the Pacific Coast over which both Pullman soap, dry thoroughly s and Pullman Tourist Cars are Ulghly polished, pointed and painted and then sponge off with equal parts of operated Irom Chicago via M. Paul without change. Pauiphclt giving valuable Information can be nails have long since been discarded, excold water and alcohol. obtained free upon application to your nearest cept by thotc with whom exaggeration ticket agent, or to Jan. C. Pond, General Pascu-- ! Suit fur Table Use. la a card. Agent, Chicago, III. Salt for table use should have mixed ger and Ticket A nail should keep as far as possible with it a small quantity of cornstarch the general outline of tho finger's end. before putting it into either salt collar Hut there can be no rule In this matter, or salt shaker. This will prevent the aa tho nails, like the hair, should be cut tendency it has to form into solid When Baby was sick, we gaieher Co&toria. in the manner most becoming tho lumps. When sho was a Child, she eriod for Castcrli. wearer. To Clean Stalued Woodwork. When ho became Jliss, she clung to Caxtoria. Give a little more attention and time A littlo cold tea mixed with warm to this particular branch of the toilet When she bad Children, she gate them CastorU. water und applied with a soft woolen and I am sure, by your Improved feelcloth will make stained woodwork look ings and appearanco, you will bo mora bright and fresh. than repaid. N. Y. Sunday Journal. grand-nephework-stiffene- of the season. The box may be ornamented In any way you please. Thoro should bo a hole in tho center of tho cover through which the end of tho twlno passes. Tie all the strings that come around packages together, and wind Thero may bo a ball of cotton twine, and ono of linen. Fasten a pair of scissors to tho side, to cut tho twine; set tho box in a place easy of access, and all the household will bless you. Havo you never missed the post In your haste to find the letters ycu had carefully directed and stamped and mislaid? The diagram No. 2 Is letter e combined; hang case and it near the writing desk and slip letters In It that are ready to post Cut the pieces in the shape of a shamrock, mark the ovals for the photos and cut with a very sharp knife. Cover tho outside with plush and the insido with silk, and finish with silk cord, or uso odds and ends, and bind the pieces with narrow ribbon. These little conveniences in the home make the domestic machinery run photo-fram- Chauncey M. Depovr is credited with having 2.01K) American infant naim'd after him. President McLeod insists , that every letter received at the Heading railroad ofilco shall ho imnweral 011 tho day of iU arrival. A popular campaign orator of twenty years ngo. Stewart L. Woodford, of New ; York, is now qnWly his law practice in that city. David Wade, of Enterprise, Ivy., who is over 100 years of ug. lias Iwon married to Miss Elizabeth Garvin, aged eighty-two- , at Welhuon. O. Tho late Gideon Wells, the entile king of Maine, is said to havo paid to tho farmori of that Ktate in his Ioiir reiKti of business more than $.U.OOU.0.)O for livestock, hay nnd wool. Dr. Ilnminoud, of Washington, has collected fevonly capes which have occurred in that city during the laat years of mon dying suddenly from running after street cars. Tho Marquis Guiccioli, tho new Italian embassador at Dorlin. is a of tho beautiful Countess Guic cioli, the friend of Byron. Tho marquis was formerly mayor of Home. A veteran of tho S.ixouj nruiy. Colonel of Dragoons Ernst Moritz. Count von Holtzendorff, has just celebrated in Dresden the eightieth anniversary of his promotion to the rank of officer. Tho oldest bishop of the English church in point of service is Dr. William Percy Austin, whoo field of labor is tho dioeeso of Guiana. Uu is eighty-tivyears old and has been for fifty 3'cars a bishop. jmr.-min- What is rarer than a beautiful hand, beautifully kept? Nothing What avails a lovely face and figure, though perfectly gowned. If your eyes are soon to be shocked by tho sight of a rough, red hand, with finger nails, or. rather, nails that aro stningcrs to any keeping at all? The latest method In artistic manicuring demands that the hands be given ill-ke- pt iff fro A WELL-KEPT tn HAND A NLOLECTCU HAND. d - o ulic-d- a - ...at-soap- s line.-car- ry .!-- ? i L.', - r 1 A oight-butto- s, four-butto- n four-butto- well-dresse- d nail-brus- h -- .si d, firt-cla- uxl r - . .XX rinriniiiitMrt.iiii4!! iialSlttUJsMti4fa f A Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal 4. 1892 THAT TOBACCO DUTY. THEJWO DOLLARS BY IS PARTLY PAID On HOWOd Sept 24 Tho Tobacco Journal re- its onslaught nnd dofoted two I Btanford, Ky., - November THE HOME GROWER. W. P. WALTON. NEW BUTCHER SHOP. Ilutcher Shop on I have JHSt opened a first-chLancaster street, whero t will keep at alt times u X DEMOCRATIC TICKET- Elocters For TiaiiE : that aa be churned, which I will sell at the mar ket pnte. I have a tin, new, lan?e refrigerator and raaals will always bo kept freh ami nice JULIAN VEST. ll.tiw best : :m::e.a.ts President and Vice-Presiden- t. At Large, WILLIAM R. KINNEY. At Lart;e, J. II. 3 AUG KM AN, FIRE AND STORM CLAUDE M. THOMAS. tst District, INSURANCE AGENT Representing. .. CHARLES K. WHEELER. A Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Ins. Co. of North America, " s Cmpanies. I wou'd All of which are be pleated to wait on ray friends in this line. Pol. icies promptly issued. Will insure against tornadoes, wind storms atnl lightning Lightning clauses attached without additional charge Office at First National Hank .Stanford fiMt-cla- District, ZZ WARD HEADLEY. y Dtttrict, BASIL RICHARDSON. 4th District, WILBER T. HAYWARD. 5th District, ..,. JOHN B. BASKIN. 6th District, JOHN F. HODGE. 71I1 District. J. A. SCOTT. 8th District, J. M. ROTH WELL. etti Dlitrict, R. F. DEARING. ieth District, J. C. LYKENS. nth N. B. District, HAYS, Junction Marble & Granite Works JUNCTION CITY, KY. Have just erected a new Marble and Granite Houe and am fully prepared to fill orders fer all kind ot Marble and Granite work I liaro i'i ray employ skilled workmen from the Eat. My freight frailties can not be excelled and 1 will net be unj8 dersold. JOK S. WIUOHT. City ; For Representative in CengreJ, JAMES B. McCREARY. Forjudge Circuit Court, MICAH C. SAUFLEY. Fer Commonwealth's Attorney, JOHN SAMUEL OWSLEY. Fer Clerk Circuit Court, JAMES V. BAILEY. Far Sheriff, J. N. MENEFEE. M'KINLEY VINDICATED. An Actiml Transaction In Wliloli Korelgnur l'ald is IITy Tax. tbe o Navin removed my llartier Snop lo the Cow mercial Hotel, ! aui Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, they mxy aittt.' mi, In anything (V. li in-- mi lirr. i Cliil-als- o nn JESSE THOMPSON, In Commercial Hotel Salesman Yes: and left a big ocdor with us. Ho will call again tomorrow to get his bill, and to settle his account after wo have deducted the duty which ho will have to pay to get his goods through the custom house. He says yon always pay this tax for hint. Proprietor Oh, yes: wo must keep his trade. Elavo you made out his bill yet? Salesman Yes; two bookkeepers have been at work on it Horo is the account: yds. alpaca (S? In. wide) "- Per At 5Mr.: duty Rt yd. and 40 per cent a),000 yds. corduroy (27 In. wide) at MHc.: duty at 14c. 10.000 Proprietor (to Balesman in large whole-ealhouse in Lontlon) Did that New York merchant call this morning? Hunters and Fisi.ernien. We, the undersigned", hereby warn .ill perios not to hum or f. sh ufon our lard or water, .aid lands beiug situated in whole or in part in Garrard, Koyle and Liucoln counties, Kentucky, and we hereby agree to support each other tully In the enforcement ot the law agjimt any and all trespassers. This September 36, ilo R. II Itlcr. W.W. Yeager, A.J.Rice, John W Miller. G r. Hiireinhatharn. f. 1.. Ilreaddus, M. F. Rout, Oyrua Da ly, A. D. Hughes, James M. While ltrlght Herritig, A.M. nnd ESS. Bonnie, I.S. Johnson, W.J lUllardT ). C.Vox. Alex We.t, F'r.ul. J I!. Kemper II. K. Itoliinson, , J. J. Waller, T. B. Robiiinon T 1). Cnrstnut, Ninon Perkins; Henry Walter, Amount. $S3i Duty JS&'i per so,, 10.UJ0 ds. cotton velvet (22 In. wide) nt 13c.: duty 14c. per fijno sq. yd. and 20 per cent 20,000 yds. Ml striped cotton (Italian. 40 In. wldo) at 1CH; duty at 10c. per bq. yd. and .Ti 40,000 percent yds. astrakhan (54 lu. wide) at 64c: duty at 401c. per lb. (2 or. to yd.) and GO jd. and 20 per cent.. 3.3H.1 2.700 Mrt KU10 0.C82 per cent. 5.010 w,a Duty less amount of bill S230. 20.09) Proprietor (biting his lip) Blast Air. MoKinley'rtbillt Are yon certain there W. It. Mnn Mitchel I'.r.rfiWm, is no mistake? William Hubble, J O. AMrldue. Salesman The duties are complicated, I. Hmirna 'asiiiit lluim. A. R. and G. R Pop.-but the bookkeepers verified every item lolin I'rtpe. C. J. Doty, Imiii't INning. by means of the last United States s. 11. Annron.,A3rl I. A airr, senate report on rates of duty. I'. s Itirdeli. It. 1J. Aldmlgr, K II Miller. Rertram Spratt. Proprietor It's an outrage for a rich Miss Kate llnrclrtt, I' U. nation like the United States to collect C. H. AM HR., lluughman, M" M Jamr I erw od. John IScii'lK its taxes over here. We wore poor Mis K L Owsley 04 enough on this side of the water before McKiuley's bill reached out after our BEST IS QC1UTT. xoarisqcisTiiT. last few crumbs. If this trado keeps up 1 must lower your salaries against the end of the year, for it all comos out of the laborers in the end. It is no womlei all Europe is groaningsfiinco 181)0. Salesman But surely yon aro not go- ing to pay this duty? It would bo bettor to burn your goods rather than to pay this merchant ?:i,000 to take them. Proprietor Yes, yes; 1 know. But wo dare not do or say anything against American protection jubtnow. If we did be told that British tho all Worm Remedies. goldAmericans would to compel them to Has led was being used EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. adopt freo trace, and that would only SOIVD EVERYWHERE. convinco the fooliwh voters there that Ynrtrt kj niclURUSOX.TiTLOH XgD. CO,, ST.LOCIS. they wero benefited by protection and mako them cling to it all the longer Sclentifio American Here is mv check for ifci.'JO."). Give it to Agency for him and tell him we will always bo glad to have his patronage, but would prefer of course that ho tako goods that will leave a balance in our favor after wo .McKinley. sV sV fl ' have settled with 's'sM aasw H . J. II. Hour n, T. T. P.dlard V. T. Fox. Jr., J. V. Cook. J. I. Uoiirr, lllanl, Ar.W, ''. M. Herein; I. tT Je-r- $2,005 . 1 WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS VERMIFUGE Ioor Clpir Maker Alan llaa n Sliare of Hit Hiirden Smnltera Suffer of the Deterioration of Uunllty. An Iniquitous Tax. Tho importation nnd geuoral uso of Sumatra loaf as wrnppors has, during tho past ton years, built up tho cigar industry in America, mado n market for nativo tobaccos, given steady employment at good wages to thousands of cigar workers, and satisliotl tho twthetic tasto of tho millions of smokers. This tobacco used to coat our cigar manufacturers about $1.50 before the market bogan to fool tho offecta of tho McKinloybill early in 1800 when tlie prico climbed to $1.80, to $2, on up to ) and nbovo so high that a quantity of 18S9 Sumatra leaf recently sold for $4 per pound. Tho supply horo of Sumatra nnd leaf tobaccos is largely held by speculators who get artificial prices tho duty as usual fostering combiner. Tho United States Tobacco Journal of Sept. 10 announces tho completion of a leaf tobacco trust in Cincinnati, which will bo incorporated in New Jersey, and tho samo journal of Sept. 17 reprints from the New York Tribuno a list of fifty-simillionaires who havo mado thoir fortunes in tho tobacco industry, many by speculating in Sumatra. Not only did the usopt Sumatra wrappers build up tho industry hore, but whon tho duty was light it encouraged small manufacturers who could always be certain of obtaining a supply of good wrapping tobacco at a fair prico. tho introduction of Sumatra tho largor manufacturers would buy up the best domoftio wrapping tobacco early in tho Eeason, and 'tho small manufacturers, with but little capital to do business, wero at a great disadvantage. With a high duty tho tendency is to again put tho manufacture of cigars into the hands of largo manufacturers and monojiolists. Thus in 1800, whon the McKinley bill took effect, nearly all tho large manu facturers had an eighteen months or two years' supply of Sumatra on hnnd, while small manufacturers had only a few mouths' supply, and soon had to tuo wrappors at $2.50 or $2.75 and competo with wrappers that cost $1 less jwr ponnd. This duty at onco increased tho wholeon sale prices of cigars from (2 to s fivo cent goods tKrhaps of all. Then tho trado everywhere demoralized and manufacturers were compelled to uso cheaper "fillers," to make smaller cigars and in other ways to deteriorate their goods. Often they squared accounts by reducing wages. Tho effect upon tho 10,000.000 or 12,000,000 consumers has beon exasperating. That they still demand Sumatra wrapped cigars is seen from tho fact that thero has been no great diminution in tho imports of Sumatra tobacco. Tho effect then has been bad upon the millions of cigar smokers: upon the tens of thousnnds of cigar workers, and uiou thousands of small manufacturers, nnd is a doubtful boon to hundreds of largo manufacturers. Now it so happens that Connecticut tobacco growers have been prosperous since 1800, and havo been getting good prices for their tobacco. Tho New York Tribune and other Republican papers havo been accrediting this prosjKjrity to .McKinley so vigorously that they havo Hveu mado some of the Democrats in Connecticut believe their nonsense. The United States Tobacco Journal of Sept. 10, in a two column editorial, thows that by The Tribune's own ndmissions Connecticut tobacco has been so improved Vy the uso of new fertilizers that it is "in appearance as good as Sumatra and better in quality." Of course this is not true, or cigar manufacturers would not pay $3 for Sumatra when they could get better for from twenty.fi vo to fifty cents, but it is truo that the better grade of tobacco grown in Connecticut is responsible for the increased prices and prosperity there. Tho following from this same journal forever disposes of The Tribune's absurdities: "What benefit can tho domtstic producer derive from the fact that wo are importing nearly as great a quantity of Sumatra under tho two dollar tariff rate cent rate? as we did under the thirty-livThat the Connecticut producer received a few cents more for his crop last year? That dues not prove that tho domestic producers as a class received more. Connecticut produces the smallest quantity of cigar leaf. By far tho largest quantity of our useful cigar leaf is produced in Pennsylvania, New York, Wisconsin and Ohio. Tho domestic producer in Pennsylvania, who raised a crop of 80,000 cabes, against New England's 52,000 cases, received loss for his last year's crop than he probably ever did. So did tho Wisconsin producer for his 70,000 cases. And tho New York producer got much loss for his last year's than for his 1880 crop, when over 07 per cent, of the Sumatra was admitcent rate of duty. ted at tho thirty-fivTho 'more' the Connecticut fanner got last year was therefore not duo to hut to the poor results of the cigar leaf growing btates; ho simply got the 'more' at tho expense of his brother producers in the other states, and not at the expense of the Sumatra or tho SuThe lle-ran- se x Bo-fo- ro sevon-eighlh- f' more columns to explaining tho Cffeots of tho duty which has reduced tho prico of Wisconsin and Ponnsylvnnia tobaccos to nn average of fivu or Bix centa a pound, and of New Yorlc and Ohio tobaccos to perhaps tho lowost prices ever known. Tho following nro oxtfacls from this journal: "It (McKinley duty) did not improvo the tobacco. It did not change tho atmospheric conditions nor the toil, so that a better grado of tobacco could beraisHl in competition with tho foroign loaf. It did not tirevcnt tho frost from striking tho tobacco beforo it was ready to lie cut. It did not prevent tho growth of the white vein. It dtd not prevent tho tobucfo from rotting. It did not create a wider market, nor ovon the loused for homo market, fur tho trash will all have to be exported or used for manure. And it did not raite prices. "The manufacturer being robled of fl.50 a pound on his wrappor leaf by the folly of the tobacco growers' illusion, jots square with tho tobacco grower by cutting down tho price for his fancy illors to bare cost." Sumatra has become an alwolutely essential factor for tho cigar indtiwtry. Otherwise no manufacturer would be fool enough to pay ft for Sumatra If ho could get an oqually good wrapper produced at homo for fifty cents a pound. But wo cannot produce anything llko Sumatra, for neither Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania nor Wisconsin has got the soil or climate of tho tropical ilo of Neither would our importers Ik inch fools as to again import frm 25.000 to 80,000 bales of Sumatra r year, as they did when Sumatra came in tinder a low tariff. But somebody haa got to pay the raiso in the Sumatra duty. Tho im portor doe not pny iL The maun it, but he wants t tia f&cturer load the f'X.'wns on others, nnd natu rally. At first lie thought of the joldier ami dealer, but both kicked and reftiM"! t f hare the higher expense of the Mt Kin ley tariff. The ooneumor tliat is, the smoker kicked likewise, nnd refused to pay six cent for his nlckol or eleven ivnts for hi dime cigar. There wen bnt two other clasces left to sliare tin exponso of the McKinley tariff, the cigar maker and tho tobacco grower. And both are liciug mado to pay the penalty of the McKinley tariff tho cigar maker by a reduction of his wagoe and the grower by a squeozo in the price of his product. W rapper leaf wo cannot grow to replace tho Sumatra. But we can grow exceedingly tine binders and filler leaf. Undor the low tariff tho importer willing to pay a good price for Unden and a very good and evon high prico for fine filler leaf. All oar tlomostiu fancy fillers commanded under the low tariff a much higher figure than most of the cigar leaf wrappers ever can. Now, however, tho manufacturer has either distKjnsed with the uso of this typo of leaf, or if he utilizes it he want it at n very low figure at tho low figure that common fillers and binders formerly sold. For the cut he makes on this class of goods now has to compensate him for the (by the McKinley tariff raised exieiie of his wrapper leaf. Tho fine filler and binder leaf that commanded the high pricus had been raised by Wisconsin, New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio. Consequently the tobacco growers of these states havo to pny tho iHinalty for tho outrageous McKinley tariff rato of $2. And Connecticut profits by it and profits by it alone liecauso she raises some wrajf per leaf which has always been in demand even under tho lowext rate of duty, and because wo cannot import all the wrapper leaf onr extensive cigar industry stands in need of. a. reward fer aHV case ot Liver Complaint, Dyipepsw. Sick Headache, In efStnnfotd, Korty Acres of Land, er lostiveaoss w can nat half cleared, balanre In 4 miles South orchard, dicettien. Constlnatien timber, ntod cure with West's Vegetable Liver Tills, when the nevtr failing tprinas, and a small hmlse. directions arc strictly compiled with 1 ney are 1. .MCKuur.n in Mlf purely vegetable and never fail to cive sattllae tlon. Sugnr coaled. Large bnses, contajtiini; 30 liis, JC. itewarc 01 counicuciuhyami mumirens. The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, luejehn C. the cenuina manufactured only wost Co., Chicago, 111. For sale hy A K. Fen uis-eas- e wilt pay the w. $5 REWARD. aWo L4ND FOR SAUE. i. to iose, mro.u arm apanbbi3 nnd Complete treatment, consisting; el suppositories, Ointment In Capsule, also in Loa ami ptlb; a poMtlve cure for F.xterat Internal. Wind or lllerdinjr, Itching, Chrome, kecent or Hereditary Piles. This remedy has nevtr been known to fail $1 per box, 6 fur $$; sent by mail Why in Iter frem this terrible diseate when a writ ten KsMrantee is positively Rivet with 6 botes, to refund the money if tint cured Send stamp for free sample t.uarantee itsued by A 11 IVnny, DrtUL-ii- t and ale agent, Stanford, Kr. Call fur , r samples A Specialist in the State. nw CTLTFTE. iyKSa(al7l''' Ja. 1 a-jjLu- a Dr. K C. West'a Nerve and Drain Treatment, a a specific for Hystrna, Dullness, t its NeutAlgia, Headache, Nervous Prostration raused by ! ul 01 or tobacco, Wakefulness, Menial Depression, o( lira In, cauiing insanity, misery, dcijy, death, Premature Old As?', Ilerrennrss, Loa el rawer in either am. loiivotrney, and all Female Weaknesses, Involuntary Losses, Sper matorrhu-- caused by of brain, Self A month's treatment Abuse, i, lix tor Jf by mail We guarantee six hose to cure Kach order for six boxes with$jvril) send written Karanttc to refund It not cured (,uar-anteIssued on1; hy A K 1'cntiy. Druggist and - v; iyr ole agent, Stanford, Ky a over-eserti- oa cs boft-enm- sr J. S. APPLEMAN TIIK CM M. D., 1 rltK.Vmi English Specialist, Formerly l'roleiscr ef Prsitii-eof Medic Ine, Tit tautlloat JPU1 1m tho World! Electrical N w lYloclical Collogo, pjs STsiflsTlnyPIIIsS yet pesseisntl tho Try A tnesstf tho larger Tutt'a Jtr thirty - Theirta tpi of for U and tkem withtho lor Sick Headaonc Invaluable theyranso thi-ther small, so lr- TORONTO. CANADA. IisaaiiniMg ltiys4Ma of the hkT Cor sf amend cornalas ami sugaT-coatluuse cMldren persona waaUatomachs. su-- a Villa Ythtch years. Southern Medical Institute, l.OUtSVILLK, KV. Will bo at Myers House, Stanford ixnty food to If aud passofrInitiate, noarlsu tliarmnse naturally without awisl ns k Tuesday, Nov. 8, And till noon on the 6th or griping. llotls alies ofTutfa Villa M nro aelei hy all druirglsls. U Dose small. 30 Vat rUee, M . T. Price, 5c 0c, Dealer la o Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Confectioneries,. Vc lias wit him a firit class baker and aan luraisb St read. Cakes and the like en short nettcc. I Ksturaing every (our weeks dstrUsg ike year Dr Aprlriati a gradaatecf Hellve ILinit al MfdialC4ivte, New i.rk City, asva ihe 1 e. -- i ai Medical t o!m, 1 oraai, Caaaaa. He has made a social study ut la disease he m d the gteat Ilallevwe ami Chanty McWMMal lor s eral yetrs and fcotfaita aetafeeloe hi dskcsxatrg and ireaiiatcCarotiK Dleeasw lit drvvses ail his Itsae la taclfsMtaaebt af Cftrsmlc aad Hcivew ilsseascsaf both saves and his skill a a a open in thss cla of ases s well eMakUstsea'. Tieais cestMlly,asHi v Ire-le- ii s Permanently Curos Ne, tTUS,JK I'KACTItAL T r ILARKK. Acate and Chrasu Catarrh, Klacl"! ' Desleesi, Diseases of lye, Ear, Ihrost Lungs, Kidaey. Urmarr ami HUddtr trsmblts iHignis trtscaie, liuaeles, llfssteash, Lxsli iMItae, Kheuaiatism aud faralysss, Hptlepiyer Youas; er middle aged wen satfena,; from pr. HMterrnra, ImpetcMcy. Kruptieas, the results of errors m escrsies, shuaM call belete It is loo 1st. We gurenlet a care if case rus aet gone toe far SapertaosM hair and all eraptsoat of the li.e ptimaarallr removed -- to STK.&TTB & CO. Plumbers and Steam Fitters. Heater in all kinds of Iroa aad llrass t'.woJi fer itcamaml walor Saniwry UnMtsof aN kiwis. All As Syphihs, Scrofula, Stricture, Glret,vt. work guaranteed against defective material and cured by never failiag remedies. wwrknsaathta ?7 Diseases el wtHuen, such as J.eucatfata. painful .MenatrHstlon, Dliplacemrat at Wamb, ttxitag dawn paiaa In baik. icheved in skert lime The carries all his partaklt instrumtati and comes prepairsl to cismine the matt obscure asedfcal and sargual cases. He uHdrtlakca h incurable doeatet hat Cares w4 hawirpdi given up ta die, r"-"- ISloucl xiiicl Skin HiscaHCH. 4 Dtr CONSULTATION FREE A 11 Confidential Address J S AIM'LKMAN, t. D, hi l I.OwrtvtMc. ky. POSTED. r,;i?Tr1yUc fPO OTIEiAM J15NGKN3B AND This notke forewarns hunlrrr. fisher hi n aad ethers net ta trespass on our Unas without mssMoii, as an swn ix prasecutesl to the lull- Mimed. est csiFuiai me mv C. Jl. SPOON A MOOR F. ). . iiKyca H THOMAS C BALL STKKLKHAILKV. A.M. KKLAND. II. W.GAINKS. wi pi e e to I'rotectloii. Tho New York Tribune of Sept. 22 pays: "Protection has liven our policy for thirty Years. All tho interests of the country aro adjusted to it." There seems to lie a slight errtir in this statement. Tho interests are adjusting themselves to it, but tho process is not completed. The census shows that the farms of the west and south are not yet nil mortgaged, and there aro a considerable number of farms in New Knglnnd and tho east around our "protected home markets" not yet abandoned. The adjusting in this line could be continued two or three more decades before all farmers would 1k tenants of onr millionaire landholders. Neither is tho adjustment perfected in manufacturing interests. It is true that in most cases manufacturers havo funned trusts to prevont competition and enable them to reap tho benefits of high duties, but in a few cases manufacturors havo been slow to grasp tho situation and take advantage of the duty vouchsafed to them. In such cases thin actually continue to compete with each other, and the con-- ' sinner sometimes gets goods at the! "cheap" and "nasty" prices prevailing , in Europe. Tho McKiuley bill is doing, its work better nnd faster than tho old bomiprotectivo tariff measures, and if left alone might complete tho adjustment by the end of this contnry. AiiJiiatlliK turflif I. S. IMIIM.IP5. ANTON KKNACKF.K CLAKK KKYNOLDS M l.M KOWITZ T I) NhWLAND lAMrSOIVr.N'S. STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. Stationary, Scrni Portablo and Portable. All sizes up to 26- horae power Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. Write tor Free Illustrated l'ampiets wants to NFW VOKK CITY and your tl W W IIAYm. C I.VON KKl.D HAIJIANN I i 1 MsSECtf VjtgsH JaAsgSKsWV 7 MILES - k 94!mitiE3muv I & CO., JAMES IaICFFKI vrrv rantafflKttTsctia.,hr' SPKINGFIKI D WteS V,..' OZZZ itiwhmKvSi Wr wsmmm. mMtfzEimmi Michigan Pcints, Twenty ir.llesthe ,v,ortest to St Louis, Delioit, lndinaios and Canada, cieviuiiu. the west, Nc a England, Chicago, llutlalo, New Vorlc, KfJffiW RohIou, lialtimnre, Washington, Philadelphia, Quickest tunc 10 ILirrodtlmrg, Frankfort, Ky Richmond, VIRGINIA Shortest and Quickest line to I '(DHEAN. fcr,. .IF YOU .. - - ' I KD TRAINS thro with out chaiiice via Cuttan;ga, HlruiinKham, Meridian, making direct connections in route fer Knoa ville, Asnevine, i.ytichiuri;and points in the , SOLID VI.STIlll Jj!m7ra m matra importer." The United States Tobacco Journal then shows that tho increased duty did not catch the cigar leaf grower's vote: "Congressman LaFollette,of Wisconsin, tho responsible author of tho two dollar The registration in New York is surOAVEATS. THAOE MARKS. prisingly small 309,8:10, an increafie of DESIGN PATENTS COPYRIOHTS, etc. only 2:5,188 over the registration of 1SSS. For information and free Handbook write to In Brooklyn the total is 181,C(JS, an inMUNN A CO- - 361 ItllOADWAY. NEW YuilK. Oldest bureau if.r securing patents In America. crease of 23,474 in four years. us la brought befora Krery patent taken out by toe public by s notice given free of charge In the David Dudley Field, of Now York, Largest rlrenlatlon of any scientific paper In tlio world. Splendidly Illustrated. No intelligent man should be without It. Weekly, X.'I.OU a years JL5Q six months. Address MUNN A 10, volumeB. VKhLitML&s. 361 Broadway. New York. has donated through his friend and associate, Hon. John Randolph Tucker, his entire library to the Washington and Lee University. It consists of over 1,000 outrage contained in tho tobacco schedule of tho McKinley bill, was ignomiu-iousldefeated in his district, which is almost an exclusively tobacco growing district, and a Democrat was elected in his place. The Hon. W. E. Simonds, tho representative of the First congressional district of Connecticut, the principal cigar leaf growing district of New So England, was likewise defeated. was the representative of the Big Flats in this state." y Miiiiilfitrtiuer Aro Not I'nol". Supjioso it were possible to reverse tho process, and to tax imported labor 50 per cent, while admitting tha products of labor manufacturers, etc., free. Thon labor would have real protection and manufacturers, instead of buying labor at its par value and selling their cent, premium, would goods nt 50 be compelled to sell goods at par and to pay 60 per cent, premium for labor. Do you think this arrangement would suit the manufacturers? Oo yon think they aro sincere when they advocate tariff legislation to make wages higher? What they want is cheap lalior and high prices for thoir products. Do you think they would advocate yea, and pay for "protection" If they really thought it raised wages or lowered prices? Look this question squaro in tho face and forgetting parties and prejudices, ask your intellect and your conscience what "protection" Is and hear what they say. ARE COIN ..THK. CABKWLKKTAS, At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilminr ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah. Ilrunswick, Lake City, Thoiuasville and FJLOItl DA points. The only line rtllilllnc solid Vestibuled trains with lloudoir or Palace SlicpinL' Cars to SfT AiiKUitine without change lor any dais of pas. scngers or bsirgage, Sclma and Montgomery, Hiintsville, Decatur Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. Shortest and quickest to Anniaton, Sclma, Mo. bile. Ducct connections made at NKW ORLEANS without omnibus transfer for Gidvestoa Houston, Austin, . pr louiavuLC a. Naohvilic R. R.l Is the line for you, as it's Daily Trains Double cloic connections al Make LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI throut'.h tickets sold. through haooaok checkkd For any information eanulre of JOES. KICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. Or W. W, PENN, Trav. Pass. Ageal, Junction City, Ky For all points, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, Miss., ShreveKrt La., making direct connections without omiuhus trausfer for Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, San Antoma, El Paso and pointsin TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. I'or through rates, correct county maps aud fu information call on Agent at Junction Cltv. Kv or address J.S. LEITH, Trav. Pass. Agt.. Jnnciion Clty.Kv D. G. EDWARDS; D. MILLER. Traflie Maocr,, G. I' 4 T. A.. - Cincinnati, r Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal wmmmmmmkmKMm www w Stanford, Ky., h;. o. wawon.bub. MonaRer MEANS D. gantly decorated stao for the first part, a beautifully costumed novelty, "Tho mmmm wmm w March of the White Uussara," Dowitt w IluodY, alinoHt new and ust repaintCooko in wondorfal jiiKRlory, with masNovemijkh 4, 1892 ed, fortialo. W. P. Walton. sive Indian clubs, Iluxhey George in his . Foil Rent. A cottnxu on Mill street. monologue of absurdities, CorporalJohn-soin marvelous musket drill and the Apply to Will Matheny, or nt thin greatest living grotesque acrobats, Griffin n of-fic- o. Oystkiw In bulk find celery at Wenren'u. J. BUSINESS. Enokavimo beautifully nnil nrtistically dono at A. It. Ponny'8. Ucv your bookB and ecbool mippllc of all kinda from A. K. Penny, who nulla Uietu at publiehor'ij priccB. Havk your wntcli, clock and jewciry repaired nt A. K. Penny's. All work warranted. Hkmemhkk that all allverware, wnlohi'H. rlnRa, &c, bought at A. K. Penny's will be eiiRraved free of cIiiuro. PERSONAL POINTS. Siikmdan has returned from n visit to his folks at Newark, 0. Jilt, W. P. HackkttIb in Georgetown looking aftor the electric light plant there. Mil. W. F. .Mi,fl Ufis8iu Rioiiajidh, of Linniettti' came up to visit MienGeorgie Wray yos terday. Mibh Fanmk Duni.ai", who has beeu hero sevoral dayo, returned to Lexington yesterday. Mks. I). P. Howi.anu and wife, of Danville, spent yesterday with Mrs. Wrn Moreland. Miss Mollir Dauoiikiitv returned Tuesday from a lengthy visit to friends in Louisville. Mas. Katk Hays has movwl to the home of her son, Mr. W. W. Hays, in tlio country. Mjrs Ida Uowsll, who has been visit p ing Mies Annie Straub, returned Wednesday. of Somerset, was Mu. L. I). here this week and hardly knew tlio t iirn, niter 11 years' ubsanco. Mu. and Mrs. F. J. CJamphkix have ono to Lexington to spond a few wenks with their daughter, Mrs. Richard Nor wood. It is Miss Lin LlUow, of Louiavilbj, and not Miwi I.illie, who is visiting MIm Janiu Felnnd, as the trpos got it in last toOtiin-berlandGa- and Marks, in thoir lauxhablo creation, Wanthd. 100.000 dozen ejrR. Will "Fun in n Chinese Laundry." If this pay 18 cents por dozen. W. II. Woaren performance is not satisfactory come to fiCo. the ticket ofllco and get back tho price Kmsi your eyeu open or tlio boAittiful you pay for ndmission. window dlelny next week nt Danks, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. tlio Jeweler's. It was n daughter of Alfred Haley TAKKyoureirs to 11. 7. Jonos' Groat instead of Granville Haley that Mr. R. Harbin Store and ot 17 cunts por dor.-f- F. Ronton, of Rowland, married. It was for thotn. the mistake of our local. Invitations to tho marriagn of Miss For Hunt. Two or three rooms, on Kmma Letitiu Garrard to Mr. R.O. Ford, titst orjeeound floor, na preferred. Apply which is to bo solemnized at tho home of at this ofHco. Gen. T. T. Garrard, tho bride's father, in A rosT orncK bus been established at ManchuBtor, at 7:30 i m , Nov. 10, have Liunie, Casey county, and Miss Liuuie been received by friends here. The new Rell nppolntml pair will bo "at home" after Jan. 1, at . .. groom is cashier of e New sorghum, caramol London, where the the First National Rank. syrup and fresh barrel of New Orleans Later. Since the invitations have just received at W. II. Wearen & Co.'s. . . beeu received, Mies Garrard has written I HAVK a No. 1 saddle horse, six years to her friends that owing to tho illness old, and which drives well, that I will o! her father tho marriago will lake exchange for nice butcher Btuti' of any place in the Baptist church instead of kind. M. F. Klkin. at her home. u post-maste- The sale of W. A. Hail, loxecutor of George Vaughn, was Inrgoly attended and prices were genornlly satisfactory. Rrood mares brought $ 20 to WJ; horses t, $S0; jennet and colt $141; 2 year-ol- d crippled, $S; oowh $20 to $21; calves $8.25; heifers $2.40; shoals $4.03 porewt.; sows 1.70 do.; corn in field $2 to $2.10; timothy bay $15 por stack of about two tons, mid oats $2.15 per 100 bundles. Farming implements sold fairly well. Ten shared of stock in tho Farmors Rank and Trust Co., of Stanford, sold to J. M. Hail at $125.20; 14 shares in First National, Stanford, sold to George Holmes and Adam Penco at $115.50 to $110.30; 15 in Saxton National Rank, of St. Joe, Mo., to Adam Pence at $121.25 and 10 in the First National, of Fort Scott, Kansas, at jen-no- TO THE PUBUC Having bought out the remnant of the stock of John 13. Fosrcr, I am now disposing of it at less than cost in the basement of Severance's store, preparatory to f Opening Out a, Full Stock of Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, &c., In the new storeroom of Mr. Withers, now ncaring completion. I am agent for and have on hand the Oliver Chilled Plows, Studcbakcr Wagons and the Dicks Famous Feed Cutter. It will be to your interest to give me a call. J. 2. Van AB.SDA.IiS. $101. Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Duiilap re- turned from the funeral of her brother at Lexington, yesterday. Tho Transcript speaks as follows of tho death: "In tho home of his infancy, the home of his We E. Is now ready for everybody with a full line of PEBKIN home-mad- m childhood, the home of his youth, the home of his manhood, with that ever watchful arid beloved mother at bio side, poor Walter Wright, the prince of good fellows, answered tho summons from abovn and his soul sped to eternity. He was a very popular young man, reserved and refined and beloved by all who know him. Rut few young men in the city had more friends than he and he held tho confidence and friendship of every one he came incontact with." NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Staple Dry Goods and Dress Goods, Ladies' and Misses Cloaks, Clothing for Men, Boys and Children, Shoes of all kinds. Full stock of Boots for Men, Boys and Chil drcn. Call and examine our goods and get prices. Highest market prices paid for Eggs, Butter, Gensang and Dried Fruit. Communion service at the Methodist church next Sunday morning. vhurch Rev. Ren Helm went to Scottsville Bargain in Lincoln County Farm yesterday to hold a protracted meeting. If told ticfore the utof January. 151 Acres; rich, . . well located. to Rev. II. C. Morrison bos just closed productive and W. E. VAKNC ApplyStanford, Ky. Fahims Si Hakdin are going largely 7 into the agricultural implement busi- a meeting at Klktou, Todd county, with ness and will build an addition to their 25 additions. SALE store-rooif a suiutole building cannot FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. be obtained. A Good, Comfortable Residence, J. B. Foster boughtof B. W. Gaines, Some miscreant stole h lot of flowers oil On Danville meet. Goed garden, cow pwiture, I yard, water, ,vc. Apply to of Dr. Craig's grave the other flight. A Jr., yearling cattle for $(50. DR HUGH REII), Fon Sale. :K2 two year-olmules. creature mean unough to do such a thing or MRS. JIKTTIK I'. AI.FORD. 71 desrvtM to have bis lmck beaten with All broko. M. S. Baughman. J. S. Owsley, Sr., sold to Win. More-lan1892. 1871. many strips. 18 cattle nt 2.40. Wantkii, at W. 11. Rrady's grocery, M. F. Klkin bought of William Per butter, ega, sweat potatoes, Irish pota- kins U5 hog, averaging U50 pounJs, at Immense itock of Kruit ami Ornamental Tree, tmill Kruits, Shrulx, Viuet and I'Untx. l'rices toes, cabbage, turnips, apples, onions 41c. low. We have no agentf and our profit ccae isauo. and hickory nuts in exchangtt for gro Silas Sandidge has rented tho Adam where thpir begin. General aud Strawberry Cat MirsNkttie Wray left Tuesday for curiae. W. 11. Rrady. to Pence farm, 011 tho Hustonville pike, for alogue 011 application P. HILL.ENMEYER,. II. Louisville, to spend tho winter with her T Lexington, Ky next year. sister, Mrs, J. T. Lynn, who is In 1m1 Mr. W. H. Si'otbooti) is doing W. W. Sandidgo sold to Green B. health. with his quilter attachment here. He Woodcock, of Boyle, a of Mr. II. 0. Gann and family left for can Ih found at the old Commercial Ho cattle at 4c. Somerset yesterday, where they will tel, where the wonderful invention can STANFORD, KY , Tho Agriculturalist, from reliable remako their home, to tho regret of friends be seen. It can be attached to any sew. ports, estimates the wheat crop of 1802 I'NTftTT1 Q tnado during their stay here. tug machine. nt 403,443,000 bushels. Night, Ren Helm has moved his family Rev. 500 bales of timothy hay 11avi.no bold out our cowl business to f""" APPEARANCE OK into Mrs. Kate Hays' house, recently vn Mr. R. R. Mabony, wo ask that our old and 100 barrels of corn for salo. G. B. lated by Mr. II. 0. Farris, and will be friends and as many new ones ns may Barnett, Stanford, Ky. "" absent evangelizing all tho time. K. W. Ia'o bought of severul farmI) it. Rmi) and wife and son, see lit to give him the liberal patronage Original New Orleans d is solo agent ers in this county 44 head John Owaley, have returned from a pro- they have given us. Ho tracted visit to his sister, Mrs. Rreck for tho Woolridgo Jellico Coal. R. K. cattlo at :i and will feed them on his A W. 11. Wearen. Boyle county farm. Jones, in St. louts, where the doctor Ike Shelby, Jr., sold to Shelby T. attended medionl lectures. Tiik Ninth. Mr. Georgo 11. Lennox, Harbison, ofu Lexington, 2 In an cnliro new prolamine of REFINED tho advance man of Gorton's Now Or- geldings for $:i'J5. Jerry Briscoe sold to M1NSTKEI.TY. Poi'tlvely CITY AND VICINITY. I leans Minstrels, arrived yesterday and same party one of same for $150. Better and Brighter Than Ever Oysters at Ziinmer's. changed the date of its performance J. O. A Monto Fox bought in Casey Before, (rout the 10th to the 0th, next Wedne and Wayne counties, for J. P. Kmbry & Tiik minstrels will bo with us next Including the marvelous Grotesque Acrobats, night, owing to canceling its date at Co., of Silver Creek, 1 10 slop cattle, averWednesday uiirht, 0th Bowling Green. Tho company num- age about 1,150 lbs., at 2 to 3c. Advo . AND MARKS. Rorn, to the wile, of John Rright, of bers IS and is stronger and butter than cato. ever. the Hubble vicinity, a lino jlrl . In the Cincinnati wheat market Sat.. urday there was a sale of 2,000 bushels Havi.su gone into ttio coal buslu one, I Junction City. Judge M. O. Sautley of No. 2 red at 6oc. A smaller lot sold AT 2:15 P. M will speak at Junction City Saturday, shall give my personal attention to it may rely on getting full and at 02c. Great is tho McKinley bill for Uniformed and you Follows. 5th, at 0:80 i i. correct weights. Woolridgo Jellico coal the farmer. In his monthly crop report, ComThk polls will open at 7 a. m., Tues- a specialty. Unlets left with W. II. closo at 4 v. m. Remember Wearen & Co. and nt A. It. Penny's missioner McDowell states the condition day and this and bo.in time. promptly filled. I shall have my oflice of both Burley nnd dark tobacco for the Residence and 14 Acres of Land .. at the public scales, where I may bo entire State at 85 per cent., as compared A vkiiy ''indejiirablo" residence and On Danville pike i mile from Stanford. Also with last year. found. K B. Mabony. store-rooIn Stanford for sale. Apply steers aro worth 4 85 in Cin- A House and Lot in Stanford, Kxport . .r . . i , at corner Main and Somerset streets. iV umikh. .ur. Jen uunii, ui cinnati, good shippers 4 to 4 J and fair to On Danville strtvt. has a bouncing baby boy now up- select butchers 3 to 4.15; best hogs are 71 MRS. FANNIE DUNN. Foit S.u.k. Desirable residenco prop- wards of ttix months old, that has never worth 5 ir) to 5J; sheep 3 to 4 J; wethers erly. I odor for sale my lot and two been sick a day, never once cried, that 4 to 4j; stock ewes 3 to 4c. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. dwelling houses on Lancaster street. has never slept in the day time, and that d, At Turlev A Walker's sale, at Mrs. M. K. Daviess. awakes eery morning with tho crowing :!0 jacks and jennets brought - Having dissolved partnership, we are rr' deill health Rev. It. H. Mabo- of tho cock with a broad smile upon its from $150 to $750 per head; 2S 3 year-olOwinci to sirous of settling our old busineM, and all custom Wearen will find A W. cattle $55 25 per head, 11 sheep $11 ers indebted to II. K. W II. II. ny has retired from tho pastorate for the saucy face. Such an one in indeed a Woaren .VCo., at tho their account with tiling of beauty and a joy forever. Ad- per head, work mules from $350. to $400 same place of business. Pleaso call and settle. time beinp, but this does not mean howII K & W. II WEAKEN. per pair. ever that he will quit preaching. He vocate. A good crowd attended J. M. Beid's will preach from timo to time, as he may MYERS MOUSE TiieNkw PiiKciNcTS. In order to re Bale yesterday and fair prices were realbe able. fresh tho memory of voters and remove A harness golding ized throughout. Tiik backbone of a very remarkable any doubts as to their new places of vot- $S43; brood mares $10 to $125; work drouth was broken yesterday, when tho ing, we repnblisbjtho boundaries of the mule8$(jyto$S7;17heud fat cattlo 3.00; P. W. GREEN, Prop. precincts. It will bo found on our fourth rains descended copiously nmld tho $22; milk cows $10 to yearling cattle "thank Gods" olnot only the farm- page. Head it, find your bearings, go to $22.25, hogs 41c; pigs $1 50; hay, ordina- This stable, which Is run In connection with the Myers House, baa been supplied with 4 o'clock i m. next Tuesers, but of everybody. Wo had not bad tho polls before $13 to $20. Tho farm was day, stamp a cross murk in tho blank ry stacks a soaker since last May. A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, per aero. . under the rooster and return homo with taken down at$S0.50 Buggies, Wagons, J. B. Crawford, president of the Foit IIoksk Stkamno. Deputy Sheriff the satisfaction of knowing that you is better than ever Giobe Warehouse, Louisville, has been And Drummer's Supplies and with J. II. Bauphnian, of Boyle, dolivered to havo porformed a patriotic duty. prepared to supply the public convicted of nesting tobacco and expellJailer Owens Wednesday Henry Gilpin, RIGS OP ALU KINDS. Kansas. In his letter containing a ed from tho exchange "Nesting" means who is wanted for stealing n horse from remittance for another year's subscripn. hogsheads so that Personal and prompt attention civento Wedding, placing the tobacco in George Caiter, of tho Milledgovlllo Parties and Kurials. His trial is sot for 10 o'clock this tion, Dr. P. P. Trueheart, of Sterling, tho inspectors would draw out good P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. Kas., writes as follows on tho political sampleB and place a high grade on the A I.. BURNS. Manaccr. morning. situation: "Woaro Mill after rcpubli. hogsheads when the iuterior waa filled Foit some time Mr. J. K. Bruce has can Bcalps and intend to gather in Bish- with inferior stuff. been missing a sleop or lamb and the op W. Perkins, our Senator, this winter. The reported purchaso by W. B. other night he missed a lino Southdown I think that Kansas will, without doubt, MacDonough, of California, of the unbuck. On searching for it bo found the cast her electoral vote for Weaver, there- beaten English stallion, Ormonde, for skin lying behind a fence near by. This by giving Uncle Benny a black eye. Our $150,000, the largest sum ever paid for a is the only trace Mr. B. has had of it and Sockless Simpson is niill on deck and horse, Is verified. Charles Heed, of Tenhe mav not And moro, but tho next everything looks favorable to his re- nessee, who paid $105,000 for St. Blaise, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidithief who conies on bis premises will election. In fact everything looks bright wont all the way to Buenos Ayres to buy ous. A complete line of meet with a warm reception. out this way for the overthrow of our Ormonde and offered $125,000 for him, old enemy." but MacDonough cabled an offer of Thk Gruber Family of nlno persons $150,000 and secured tho horse. n Kekinku Minstrblsy. Gorton's were to t;ivo a musical entertainment at New Orleans Minstrels will give Opeua House last night, which Walton's Jack lisle, a farmer of Madison promised to bo unique and enjoyable. one of their excellent performances at natur- tba Opera House on Wednesday even- county, tliedrfrom the effects of a brutal Kach of tho family is a musician, beating by white caps. al and cultivated, and each is capital in ing, Nov. 0. This company is paid to be In a quarreloyer a chew of tobacco, I'rof. Gruber plays on the best Mr. Gorton has ever had under his specialty. Logansport, Ind., Charlen Harrison eight instruments and is a whole show his management, and tho patrons of tho at killed Henry Parker. Both were prom-inoin himself, while bis little daughter Josio Opera House are guaranteed a younR uion. thing performance in every particular. Tho Complicated Watch Repairs and 4J years old, is the cutest littlo The building of the Chicago Athletyour eye programme will consist of excellent muArtistic Engraving a Specialty. imaginable. Should this nieot burnsupposed to be before tho curtain rises you had hotter sic, both vocal and instrumental, a few ic club, a tinder box. Losa estimated at All soojs sold engraved tree of charge secure a seat If you have not already new jokes, well told, eoveral bright com- ed like OITVour patronaji. respectfully solicited. ic eongs, some expert dancing, an eie ISO.OOOtoSl'-'j.OOdono bo. m The ladles of the Preobyterian are requested to meet at Mrs. J. corn's this afternoou at .'o'clock ly to make arrangements for u supper. church W. Alprompt- CHURCH AFFAIRS. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. FOR OR RENT. Little Under the Coffey House is a little place so full of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Cloaks, &c. , you can scarcely stir, and these goods are being sold at such low prices that Paktt, d ... d 1,000-ponn- Orchard, Lawn, Garden. P She Worn and Part of Danville ... first-rat- e car-lo- ad 1,450-poun- d Walton's Opera House, Wednesday a-oiRT'oiisrs I Ov. flrst-clap- s II-n- l,'J00-ponn- r.l-- po Minstrels, Are turning in that direction. We are selling a gentleman's Shoe for Si. 50, worth $2; a boy's Shoe for Si, worth Si. 25; a gentleman's Boot for Si. 50, worth $2. The celebrated "Amanda" Shoe at S3. 50 worth S4.50. A genuine calf Boot at S3.50, worth $5. Then we have a low grade of Shoes that arc worthless, ranging in price from 65c to Si i pair. These you must buy on your own responsibility. We do not recommend them, but have to keep them as a matter of protection. Overcoats, Overcoats, Overcoats ! Cloaks, Cloaks, Cloaks I to be found everywhere in our house. Cloaks from $2 up. Overcoats from S5 down or up. The largest display of Dress Goods ever known in the city from an 85c Chcveron or Bedford Cord up to Si 50 or Si 75 per yard for the best imported Serges, Henriettas, &c. Come to our little hole in the wall. J. S. HUGHES. I.B.JMQBERT2, IDEVUGCIST, ' GRIFFIN m Cold Band Concert, . Parade ii Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. Call and secure Bargains. For Sale Privately. BEAU OP POST-OFFIC- E BOOM. ... " viiir-rar- d, 1 llich-mon- IW IHH HHHI V mm d 7 .We are making. lalirray ST.S.BX4E n for-ve- nt A 8 SPECIALTY .OF. FinST-CLAS- S' eec-tio- LADIESbCHILDREN SHOES THIS SEASON. 9 m DANK! THE JEWELER, M'ROBERTS TO THE LA DI I am receiving one of the most elegant lines of MILLL1NEKY ever handled in Stanford, selected with an especial view to the wants of tin trade. Miss Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an expe. rlenced trimmer, Is with me this season and I guarantee everything to bo in the latest and most are invited to call approved lashlon The ladi-and examin my goods, which I will take pleasure in showing. MISS I.ICCIK HKAZLEV. 63 s & HIGGINS. MONUMENTS Ofll kinds, well-know- Watches, Clocks Made and Set Up in All Farts of the Country. 41 No Agents employed. 1 W. ADAMS :o-5- Jewelry No. 6c Uroadway, Lexington, Ky. SON, Beautiful Crayon toirails Free of Cost, C. XX -:- DPOWEX.!., DRALKR IN nt first-clas- s And SIIVERWARE. - Those Buying $103 Worth Goods General - Merchandise, ' fire-proo- f, O. And Country Troduce, C(Will receive KKKE a handsome portrait ol their friends or any of their family, or for Sj cash will Has opened his stock of goods and Is ready to erre He Is offer furnish picture and frame complete, Irom now till thepeopleof Stanford and vicinity ing unheard of llargains and all who want January i, 1891, should CASH HAKGAIN STORK, goods at tho lowest posslhle prices 1!. r JONES, SR him on Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pike 73im "T'T. U i: c, 5 ' Mb )' OH A II ORCHARD, NO. 2. Tho voto to be taken atsomo point in I FARM SALE. Beginning at tho intersection of the tho town of IIiiBtonville, in paid preThe Boundaries or Each Will be Found I will sell privately my Farm ol to Acres en the Danville, and Crab Orchard aud LancaHj-te- cinct. Below. Danville & Stanford pTke, Ihrea miles from SlanHUSTONVILLE, NO. 21. and Crab Orchard turnpikes, thonco ferd. It ts well Impioved, with dwelling of five e Published Every Tuesday and Friday limits of Rowland. In the The following is the boundary of tbo with tho Crab rooms, wham and all necessary outbuildings; Beginning at Monroe Smith's, exclud AT Orchard and Woodstock also has fiHP rlnir (Jail on me voting products in Lincoln court road 11 I. DARST.Rowlind to Pulaski county line, near Bee ing him; thonco down Green Rivef to nr adilreMS me at Stanford. Kv. $2 IMfill YKABiy UJVANCK. several KUOENKKEI.LKY. As ty, J Lick; thenco with Pulaski lino to Crab J. Tombs', including him; then a straight h not to paid S2.60 will lie charged.1 STANFORD PRECINCT, NO. 1. Orchard piko at Buck Creek, thenco a line to K. L. Tanner's, including him 2Tor Beginning at tlio intersection of tho straight lino to S. Coleman's, nt foot of and including tho following places: B. I Danvillo, Crab Orchard, Lancaster nntl Cox Gap, including him, William An- Nichols', W. Montgomery's, G. Ander- fromWill Sell nrlvlfolv mv I'.rm mt At ArriM. t mila Crab Orchard, en the Manfurd pike. It Is P. D. RILEY, Proprietor, Stanford tumjiikes, thenco down Dan derson, Dave Anderson and excluding son's, 0. Anderson's, T. Reynolds', II, good land ond well Improved with good Uwelllng, bam, vineyard, water. Ac fall on me on the villo and Crab Orchard turnpike where John Lay; thonco Kentucky. London, - a straight lino to the Eason's and C. Clarkson's; thoncostraight premises or address me at Crab Ort hard St boundary lines of Stanford and Rowland toll house on top of Hall'n Gap, exclud- line to F. M. Waro's, including him; JOHN I)E SAUDI. I have moved to mr new Hotel and am better unito noar Mrs. J. II. Shrink', excluding ing it; thenco a straight line to prepartd than ever to accommodate the public. Geo. Bai thenco with Hanging Fork, McKiuney Coed I.iveryattachod and every convenience deher; thence straight line to comer be ley's, excluding him, thenco a Go sired. Give me a eatl. Btralglit Station and G.een River turnpike to FRANK REV. ;; tween land of I. M. Hruco and II. J. line to J. S. Owsley's, excluding of said road with Stanford him and intersection To haw jour p).eioirph taken. He kern, up RowDarst; boundary lino of town of excluding theold P. II. Xapler place; and Hustonville turnpike- nt John Mur with nil the land; thence a straight lino to Win. Per- thenco up tho Danvillo Notice to tho Traveling- Public. and Crab Orch- phy's, including him; thonco a straight I hive had kins' excluding him, then to W. K. Am- ard turnpike to tho beginning at the line to J. M. Carter's, including him; And will iriveymi gmd aatMietlftn. nion's, excluding him; then down Lo- intersection of Danvillo and Crab Orch- thence straight lino to Dr. P. W. LoA J KAKI MaHfoul. HOUSE gan's Creek to Dix River; thence down ard and Lancaster anl Crab Orchard gan's, excluding him; thenco a straight At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and Dix River to mouth of Gilberts Creek; turnpikes. lino to whero Harris creek enters inhave in coiiaectton with Hotel one of the best saloons Iu tho State, open day and night; anight thenco up Gilberts Creek to Garrard Co. The voto in said precinct to bo taken to Knob Lick creek; thence down I man meets all trains. In connection with Heuto line, excluding the John Simpson place; at Bomo point In tho town of have also one of the brat Mineral wells ta the &tate Crab Orch- Knob Lick creek to where the Knob and for reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs. thenco the Garrard county line to the ard, Ky., iu Bald precinct. Lick, McCormack's Church & Turner-villG. V. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. FUyd InBoyle line, thence tho Boyle line to gram, Krin, Tenn , A. A. Warren, Stanlard, Dr. turnpike crosses Bame at 13. F. PowIN THE- I) E. I'toctor, C. 11. Ilraum. Mr and Mrs. T. W WAYNESllUriO, NO 1. point where Danville and Crab Orchard ell's, excluding him; thence straight lino Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. V. II. JohnSM. Beginning at a point where county New Haven, llm Cos, Oreenslmrif. Hates $J per turnpike crosses Boyle and Lincoln to Mrs. John 0. Neal'B, excluding her; day J. M, i'etrev, clerk Give me a call. A Cream of Tatter Raking Powder, It elhest ol road leading by TiptonSims' place crossW. CARRIER, I'rop. all in leatemng strength -- Latest United State lines; thence up Danville and Crab Or- es uiy the Casey line; thence the Caeay lino thenco a straight lino to tliu beginning Food KeHrt. Government OF Til E- chard piko to R. C. Warren's, excluding to the Pulaski line; thence with the" Pu- at Monroe Smith's, excluding John ROYA L RAKING POWDERCO., him; thence to M. C. Tortman's, excludand James Daugherty. 100 Wall street, New Y ork. laski county lino to Crab Orchard fork CHOICEST CHARACTER XC3S ing him; thence toM. F. Elkin's, on StanThe voto to bo taken at Turnorsvillo, of Buck Creek, thenco with lino beI will delivrr Ice every morning le families in AT THE- ford and Lancaster ternpike, excluding K. u. LOCAL TIME CARD. Stanford and vicinity at 50 cents per too pounds: tween Crab Orchard and Waynesburg in said precinct thence down Lancaster and Stanhim; fur w to too sounds at ths rale of 6a cents, and A truo copy from the records of try Train naves Rowiaad at 7:00 a. in., returning Magisterial district to tho J. Lay place, under Jo pounds at thr rale of if cents. ford turnpike to the beginning. oflice, I call afectal Attest, G. B. Cooper, Clerk. atlrntien to the John Premier including it; thence the said line to a !'"l.'& N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Wrcwiui C.'s Celebrated I. X. - IWr, for whieh Tho vote to be taken in said precint By J. 0. Bailky, D. 0. I am agent. Will f jrnlsh In either kctr or bottle. point whero Waynesburg precinct No. A full lino of tho Choicest Fruits Wrile lor prices. la 9 Pm at eomo point in city of Stanford, Ky. ail train going North intersects said line; thonco with line of K. HRRMKR, Stanford, Ky i t3tf aftitfi-nnAUVANTAOIMOF A Sl'HCIALIST. vn 9 . Mctll- and Vegetables and Swan's Down aouin ......... --- ...t 55 Vm .. xpress train" South No. 2. to Wm. Diahon's, includ oal sciencu ru oilers a vast tlold for investi- Flour can be had at Beginning at the intersection Dan- precinct Norths ....3iSam ing bim; thence straight line to E. Pad- gation and no physician 6 warn A. C. Lanham John II. Castltman. Local Freight North can ncliiovo tho ville, Crab Orchard, Stanford and Lan-- .....$ "P m South.. gett's, including him; thenco a straight highest degree of success in the treatWEAUExN'S - alto carry paenger. caster turnpikes; thence up Stanford and The latter trainThe above it calculated on itandard time. Solar Lancaster turnpike to M. F. Elkin's, in- line to the Henderson Sims place, in- ment of every mnlady incident to hu- Goods Delivered Free of Charge. i me is about o minutes faster. cluding him; thenco to M. C. Portman's, cluding it; thence a straight line to Tip- manity. The most skillful physician is Terms, 30 Days. excluding it, and thence one who selects something for QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. including him; thenco to R. C. "Warren's, ton Sims' place, special study and pursues it with- perseverance including him; thence down the Dan to 'the beginning at Casey county line. City as follows: Trains pass J unction A- C Special t:6 a m ; Fast ville and Crab Orchard turnpike to the The voting place shall be at some con- and diligence until ho becomes t. Mail irj7 p m ; New Orleans wtmiieu 3.17 p. . NATIONAL BANK Special 8:40 p. m. This alone leads to success, while Boyle county line, thenco the Boylo venient place in Waynesburg, in said a. n.; Illue A C. Special precinct. OF STANFORD, KY the attempt to do everything eventuates Grass Special 6:00 a. m. Cincinnati Limited t :4s line to point whero Knob Lick Creek WAYNKSnUKd, NO. 2. p. m.; rast Mail a.iS p. m. unavoidably in failure. Many years ago crosses lino between Boyle and Lincold; Beginning at J. Tombs', excluding him Dr. Appleman selected chronic disease, Capital Stock thehce down Knob Lick Creek to where I3A11BEE&0ASTIEMAN A. S. thence down Green River to the Casey and diseasos of eye, ear, noso and throat Surplus Knob Lick, McCoruiack's Church and MANAOKRS, SURGEON DENTIST. Turnersvillo Turnpikes cross Knob Lick county line; thenco with Casey line to a as his specialties and has practiced exAltentwA ef th point where the county road leading by clusively in that Held ever since. He that this Is the onlypi!.lte Is invited to the fac Commerce Building, OBice over Severance & Son's Store, Main street, Oieek, near B. F. Powell's, including National lUak in Stanford Louisvillo Stanford. Under the provHions the Nalloi Hank Act him; thenco straight line to Mrs. J. 0. Tipton Sims' place crosses tho Casey has concentrated his time, thought and depoutors are surcdofnot ealr by the capita) A reel i Ibrewgiwut the South. mr uvcknowers naMtliy lr an Neat's, excluding her; thenco the IIus line; thence to Tipton Sims' place, in energy upon these specialties and the re- hock, nut v to the amount rqnal stock, so that depositors ol W. B. tonvillo and Stanford turnpike to inter cluding it; thence a straight line to sults of his treatment are gratifying to this institution ate secured by a fuad of $ia,ono. Five sworn sutemeflts ofth.enndltloa ftf section of Danville and Crab Orchard Henderson Sims' place, excluding it; himself and his patients in this commu are made each year ta the Uuittd Stales the bank W. A. T3IBBLE, Local Ajent, governthenco a straight line to K. Padgett's, nity. He advertises himvelf and his cre- ment and its assets arc csamlaed at stated limes STANFORD. KX. turnpike; thence Danville and Crab Orby government agent, thus securing additltooa office recently excluding him; thence straight line to dent ials so plainly that all can judge and perfect Mtf.ty to depositors. Office South side Main street, in chard turnpike to the beginning. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. f acated by Dr. L. F. i nis ofiinany eitaniisnea THK STANFORD' The vote in said precinct to be taken Wm. Dislion's, excluding him; thence a whether or not ho is competent and wor Deposit insutuiiea,Sue ford In list, thee at in Hunk of straight line to line of Crab Orchard thy of patronage His knowledge vs lied as the Naliena) Hank ol Stanford in and D. D. S. at some point in the city of Stanford, magisterial district; thence said line to as the Klrst National Haak ol R. C. MORGAN, Co. Ky. obtained at tho best colleges and hospi- again Sunlord In iS, has had prsIKUyaa uninterintersection ol Waynesburg precinct No. tals and by long experience. His visits rupted exiiteeceef is yours It is better supplied STANFORD, NO. .J. DENTIST. now wuh iaciiitiesfertras4ictiHRb4acssprenpt Has contracted with Beginning at a point on Danville and 3; thence a straight line to B. Kidd's, have been regular the past year and his ly and libersHy than ever before la It Ut; and and will have tho Ice)responsible rtrias tor Its plants and Klrctric Plants coreple (s moving to ths Higgins otfice, Lancaster street. henerabl career. Accounts of cerperatUns, fidutrexcluding him; thenco a straight line to cures many. Consult him at the Myers in about slaty dart; the Water Plant soon af. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless extracting. Crab Orchard turnpike, where the boun ciaries, firms and IsHttvMual respectfully soJIc- - ler. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. dary lines of Stanford and Rowland toll gate at Old Solomon Nix' place, on House, Tuesday, Nov. 8, and WednesIn order to place individual contract in ad The Directory ol this Hank is eompoied ot vasKe for Water and Klectric Light, the Company meet, near Mrs. J. II. Shanks, thence Highland and Waynesburg turnpike, ex day forenoon, Nov. 0. eaters the fallowing T. J. Fester, of Stanford; 31. CRAIG, down the Danville and Crab Orchard cluding it; thence n straight line to C. Neccstary water win will be laid, connncinl m DR. Fttrestus Ketd, I. licoln county; raajns at actual cost ler pipe and work. M. F. Dwyer, the horseman, has bet turnpike to where it intersects with the R. Vaught's, excluding him and the G. J. W. llayden, Stanfetd; Klectrlc wirrs put In and necessary fixtures furHomeopathic Physician, S II. Bauf hman, Lincoln; nished free el charge against 12,000 that Cleveland & Ilustonvillo turnpike; thenco A. Dye and J. S. Dye places; thence a To be of bel quality - - - KENTUCKY Stanford jusranteed to give STANFORD, M. J. Miller, Mt Veraen: aaUtfaction. up the Stanford & Ilustonvillo pike to straight lino to the beginning at J. will carry New York. Ed Stokes, of the S.T, Harris, Lincoln; The schedule ef adopted rate Is IrerajjUto p. m.; S to to 3 Office Hours: 10 to is a. m.; Hoffman House, also bet $1,000 ngalnst Mrs. John 0. Neal's, including her, then Tombs'. per cent, lower than is usually gtte n. J. S. Hocker.Stanfetdc $000 with R. S. Mitchell, of Baltimore, Office on Lancaster street, opposite a straight line to Monroe Smith's, in G. A. Laekey, Lincoln) The voting place to be at some con . Schedulo of Yearly Water Bates. '7 T. P. I lilt, Stanford. e venient place in Kingavillc, Ky., in said tho same way. cluding him, and including John W. G. Welah, Stanford) Dwelling and James Daugherty; thence a precinct. of) rooms, one faucet.... Albert Wing stabbed his wifn to Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co W.1 Tate, Stanford. Hach additional room y WAYNKSI1UEG, NO. JJ. death In Mertiu Edwards' house of ill- straight line to the toll house on top of OFFICERS Kach additional fauett. ..,. I CO Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Stores, Ranks ami Private Offices, laucct Beginning at tbo toll gato on top of fame, Louisville,; Tuesday night. Both I. S. Hoeler, President: Halls Gap, including it; thence a straight So Halhs, private, one taweC......... J on Joho J. MeRoacrts, Cashier; Hwe attachment ler sprinkler line to Geo. Bailey's, including him; Hall's, Gap excluding it; thence straight belong to prominent families in Owens-borjeo A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier. Stables, privatr, one animal lino to Monroe Smith's, excluding him; and Greenville, the murdered woand Each aaditinlanlmsl. s oo Tr y it. We are the sole agents for Stanford rail- - thence a straight lino to John S. OwsRow'land. Oflice corner ol Depot street and ley's, excluding him and including the thence down Green River to J. Tombs'; man being a daughter of Judgo Etves, road crossing. Electric Light Rates. Co. P. II. Napier place: thenco a straight excluding him; thence straight line toC. She whs always wild aud at 15 married a HIGGINS A WATTS. 6 For commercial use: line to the Hamilton Baughman place, R. Vaught's, including his and tho G. H. man nameu Reno, by whom she had two One arc anJ three is3 c. p. lotandescent lamp ofstanford,:ky. Dyo and J. S. Dye places; thenco a children. She deserted him and Wing excluding it; thence a straight line to ,"r jw ..........M ,, J 70 oo Is now fully organised and ready ler business with Far to e. p. each incandescent light, ter mo. t M r tho AVm. Shanks place, excluding it; straight linn to toll gate at tho intersec- mooting her, they became lovers, and it ROWLAND, KY., 90 (4 , .1 fl - $200,000. 9 .. .. HARDWARE, thence to E. T. Tence, excluding him; tion of Highland and Waynesburg turn- was for her smiles that ho killed Joe Paid up Capital of DEALER IN CROCERIES, 1 j, llools and Shoes, Cigars and Tobacco. Ohio thence a straight lino to tho beginning, pikes at the Old Soloman Nix place, in- Glenn, in St. Louis, and was sdtitenced Surplus, Fer Rcssdrnce Ur- -. 19,000. by the barrel. Will take counHlverSall for sale cluding it; thence a straight lino to B. to 10 years. Ho was pardoned after live For im i(c p. itieoudseHt tamp per mo.. try produce in exchange for goods at market price. near Mrs. J. II. Shanks', including her. SUCCESSOR toTHKLINCOL- - NATIONAL " nl " I mn also anent for the old reliable llrodhead To The vote in said precinct to bo taken Kidd's, including him and excluding years aud they were married last May, HANK OK STANFORD, these goods in baccos and will keep a full line of ' sth " " ' " ' stock, and all I ask of the merchants of Stanford at some point in the city of Stanford, the Lewis Ball place; thence to lino of since which time he has oeen living on Sow closing up) with the same assets and under For each additional ' ' " the same management. and Rowland is to give me their orders and Iwill Ky. Crab Orchard magisterial district; thence her earnings from a life of shame. He inforsnatsen, apply to Ily provisions of Its chatter, depositor are a Frlurthr nut the goods In their houses at Factoryptii.es.a ask fully protected as aio depositors in National Thanking the public fur liberal patronage, STANFORD, NO. 4. tl J W. IIAYDEW,Sup"t,&e. with said line to Skilton Coleman's, ex escaped. Banks, its shsreholdcrs being held individually Mictir.uonce of same, ami remain your oliedlent Beginning at point on Danville and cluding him and excluding Wm. AnderH HILTON, r An hencet Swede tell his sory In plain but un- liable to the estcnt ef the arasuut of their steak servant. Crab Orchard turnpike, where lines of son's and Daniel Anderson's; thenco a mistakable lati&uag lor tKe benefit of the public therein at the par value thereof, in addition to th "One of my children took a severe cold and got amount invested In such shares. It mar act as t BC. gave her a ttMspoonfHl of Chamber-bun'- s executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully Stanford and Rowland meet, near Mrs. straight line to the beginning at toll the croup. RUSTLE & BQWELL, and in fit later J. II. Sliauks, excluding her; thenco a gate on top of Hall's Gap and including I gaveCough Remedy lly thia time u minutes cough aninuiviauat who entrusted their bulsincss to us her one more, To those she had to STANFORD. KY., up the Kiherlng n her thr.Mt. Then she went to while mnaglntr the Lincoln National Hank ot etraightline Pence!, including AGENT sleep and slept good for tilteen ininutKS. Then Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and REAL Decorative Painter him; thenre toK4T. line to the old Wm. J. H. Carter. said precinct to House, Sign, straight vomited, then she went back to bed trust they will continue to traaaact their busM Tbo voto in be taken she got up and for the remainder of and lcpt jjood Ky. night. She with us, offering a a guarantee far prompt attenand Paper Hanger. Shanks place, including it; thence a at some point in Highland, Ky., in said tfot the cramp thecoiid night and thejrave I her the tion to aanw, our twenty years nipenenee in Estimates furnished. straight line to Hamilton Baughmnn's precinct Ihar.qiwle nnutnb.rvl FARMS lor sale ol the Country work solicited. samxremedy with lb name good result. I write banking andat liberal ccw rewdatWrn as arc convery best this bau I tntmgbt there mutht be ntm one in sistent with sound banking. Itndsm Lincoln ci.ntv Tllnnu lnnlif .li.w. If t.n..w. n ....... :.i. . I HUSTO.NVILLK, NO. 1. TTaose Famss are all well improved aud KOCl the same ned ana not Know the trn this MittcroMK t rleh land, running in ss frosn no to t At res Beginning at John Murphy'a, exclud- wonderful medicine" and harkst A Thowuteen. J. II. YEAGER line to John S. Owslev's. includinc I. M. 11RUCK. I) Moines. Iowa Ceutdrisur UVei s sltif thK nrhlM.a and fir j twuiU. s tu i. J J. WllsMms.Mt.Vnrtsott; tfltt r of sulT, thorivnHiSKof turotdk him; thence a straight lino to W. P. ing him; thence straight line to J. M. by Dr. M U. rWurne, sad rail aud Optician, J. M. Hs4s,Srf4; BRUCE & YEAGER, Stanford, Kv that bftsig market light to Our do--r, thiy GrimeB, including him; thence to a point Carter's, excluding him; thence straight J. S. OwUy, Msaafofd ; arccsHnpertnan t wamis olaay other oinitym " Uappy riooulera 9s. J. Kmtoy, Jfcaavfwd ; imover mile, from a depot. 4 rsonifl tnr ( .in nii. intiviiHifi7 on Stingy Creek, where it eiots the line to Dr. P. V. Logan's, including him UVffiT,i RED UD SALE STABLE, ty Was. TimsnoM, posimajter ol Idnvtllc, Indiana, J. K. I.yita, Stoniord ; Th count) is checked with turnpikes rmin; to where Huaris' write. "Kleclric Hitters ha done more for me Garrard county line, near W. II. Ander- thence a straight line A. W, CarpcM, Wlk4vill; than all other inetory direction Tborc i not a natllc. en that had son's, thenco tho Garrard line to Gil- Creek empties into Knob Lick; thence feelm(r ri.ina; medicines combined, for trouble.'' STANFORD. KY. from kidney and liT.tr laritsx tho coisnty seat that i not. Macadam. tr. J. K. Caafc, Stanford; We have i he Krtosville tlraneh ol tho L ,V .N It snckman, of same place, berts Creek, thence down Gilberts up Knob Lick creek to the Boyle coun- Jolm Lethe, farmer andHitter WMm Goocb, Ssnntwd, Ky. ay K. dividing the county from Host to West and the "Kind Electric to be the best kidThe above rsrsn west into effect July nt and Msattks, 'r tfwMlM C. S. X K from North to Ninth: the K C. R k aeks a share ol the patronage of the Creek, including the John SirnpBon ty line; thunco with the Boylo county ney and liter mtnluine, made me feoi like anew AV Gardner, hardware mrrhai.t .am.. frosn this place to Cincinnati, cresting the CJO, public. j B. n.ly. Cashier. at Winchester, place to Dix River; thence up Dix line to tho Casey county line; thence man.' J. "Kloctric Hitters is just th I bine IW M Milht, Teller giving futt ucceaa ta the markets ol town.Mvs a mnn who is all run down ami fSa't .. the whole world. llctles, we have thrti largo utUaiI. River to the month of Logans Creek; with the Casey county lino to point er he lite or NEW RIGS AND HORSES Kleur Milt in the county that give us a market dies; he found new strength, eood fur all our gram right at home; and the develop mence up Logans Creek to W. K. Am- whero the Hustonville and Bradfords- - appetite Mid felt juat like lie had a new lease en nothing but life Only ic a bottle at A. K I'amnv'i 1,., mentol the mountain region el ICastern and nion's, including him; thence to Win. villo turnpike crooses the Casey line; store turnouts will Wave the stable Kentucky by lailroads and the out let South by railroad has created such a demand Perkins', including him; thence straight thence with the Hustonville and , .f" for ail kinds of cereals and nrovmder thai La Grippe Aijaln. Give scarcely retain enough ler homecensumption. line to point on boundary lino of the lurnpikoto point in town of wining i iic cmucmic ot i.n unppe last seaon ,l tiittit,.' 7VjlSBaW t J7'1 he people arc prosperous, generous and kind, town of Rowland, corner to land of I. M. Hustonville, where said road intersects Dr. King s New Discovery for Consumption, I'clieving in Christianity and education. There ap4 Colds, proved to be tho best Is not a neighborhood In the county but ha n Bruce and II. J. Darst, thenco a straight with Stanford and Hustonville turnpike; Report rrom many who used It conrirm thirumdy state grou tiiurcn anu ment I hey tvero not but bianfurd, theceuntr reatof Lincoln, i a prosline to the beginning including the old thenco with the Stauford and Huston-vill- o the ditcata left no bad only quickly relieved, you alter results. Wc ask perous little city ol about j.jco inhabitant aud is to give this remedy a trial and tv guarantee tnat Pigg place. turnpike to the beginning at John you will be satisfied with , tlio great aoorway irom the North and North . rcsnlt. or the purchase mi cast South and from the Northwest to Southeast, STANFORD, KY., me vote in eaul. precinct to In takon Murphy's. rice will be refunded It ha no equal in La and standing as it does caiin? rinlir Inm tlm h. Chest or at some point in the town of Rowland. om of the undevetoped mountains of Southeastern The vote to be taken at somo point in .,:'!PP,e' ' "V Throat, R Penny'sLnnt; trouble I rial Lotties tree at A. Drug Store Ky. tveiuucKy uacKea up uy trie wnole Large bcttlos, joe und Ji. I e. town of Hustonv in said precinct. 01 trie State wttli railroads running through Semi-Weekly 'i Interior Journal NEW VOTING PLACES. I For Sal eor-.t- FOR r Twenty Building: Lots to-w- it: 43-V- rirm Sale. ROYAI THE EILEY HOUSE to Earp's Art Gallery - Latest Improvements, 9-i7 - . 84KlNG Absolutely Pure THE SHELTON POWDER Fresh Groceries -- o Greatest Abundance -- I- - kid-mo- re &3srr beer. X.OWESTFBXCES. 12 ..... -- .., ... JESSE I. ROYAL OF LIVEIH'OOI.. - South-bound-- Q - Insurance Company, "-- proll-clou- Blue-Gra- ss FIRST 6 North-bound-- J BB& DR PRICE, 5200,000 20.000 PENNY, Dentist. -- 3 Watertight and Ice -l JOHN ... 1 court-hous- e 39- Shid-mor- . Original Jellico Coal. FarmersBank&Trast cr.iHi.HiiLTOiLsr . 14 -- v 1 -- 57-y- J- - 1 i- -i BTTSEC, ESTATE Stanford, , . T. jt-j- m ue-O- rv u-n- 'fl . rl -- first-.la- is bouth-caiter- them a Call. Brad-fordsvi- lle Im. -- -- THE GOFFfiY HOUSE ima mm . ;.HiMlBt ,..-.,- I scnooi-aout- e. . JOSEPH COFFEY,'Pro'r. fJThis Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now in my charge and 1 intend to conduct it ton to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to Its leng list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and fine roomsor the disploy of samples. Illuo-Urat- I s t'KAII ORCHARD, XO. 1. A Ftf First-Clas- s Saloon W And BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached, 37-JOSEPH COKKKY tf OJLSEC for I Highest casli market price paid Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at 1; .Ur fill M. F. ELKIN & CO., ir ST4NFORJJ, KY. thence with tho Pulaski county line tn where tbo Crab Orchard and Woodstock road crosses Pulaski Hue; thence down said road to point in town of Crab Orchard, at Intersection of Lancaster and Crab Orchard turnpike and Danville and Crab Orchard turnpike, thence down Danvillo and Crab Orchard turnpike to J. 8. Owsley's excluding bim; thence straight lino to W. P. Grimes, excluding him; thence a straight line to tho beginning point where Siingy Croek crosses Garrard county lino. Tho voto to be taken at some point in the town of Crab Orchard, Ky ki said precinct. at South Charleston, O., had Beginning at John Murphy's, on Stan- became worthless and Jak McDonald, a county line, near V. H. Anderson's; ford and Hustonville turnpike, exclud- laborer, sent down a lighted candle. A ing him; thence down said pike to tho terrible explosion followed, shaking up thence Garrard county line to the o intethection of said pike with the Hus- tho earth around. McDonald was badly county lino; thence with the Rockcastle lino to tho Pulaski line tonville and Bradfordsville turnpike, in burned and will likely die. at a point on Stingy Creek whero said creek croeses the Garrard ISejjiniiinf,' lock-cnstl- HUSTONVILLE, NO. U. A well -- TinsTsTTTlHlTTViTiiVW-'rrr-i- S2sSsaasiasSV r town of IIuBtonville; thence with Hus soldiers who c tonville and Bradfordsville turnpike to Jianyold in the service contracted chnini perma while have ince IWu nently cured of It by Chamberlain' Cholic, Choi tho Casey county line; thence the Casey Tssasssc nR rASm and Dlanrhn.a Remedy. For sale by Dr M county lino to Grewi lllver; thence tip L, Ilourne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky Green IMver to J. Tombs', excluding Buolclln'aArnlca Salvo. him; thenco a straight line to K. L. The best salve in the world lor cuts, bruise Tanner's, excluding him and the follow- sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, letter, chapped chilblains, all skin erun ing places: B. Nichols', V. Montgom- tionshands,positively cure corn and no pay requirand piles, or MORISsLAND, It is Anderson's, 0. Anderson's, T. ed. moneyguaranteed to pivt perfect satisfaction. ery's, G. Dealer Iu the above or refunded. Price ac cents per boa Reynolds', II. Eason's and 0. Clarkson's; For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. Ky. Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs thenco straight line to P. Moore's, exSolicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specially. Kor lame back there is nothing better than cluding him; thence with Hdnging Fork, it flannel cloth with Chamberlain's Pain Persons havine-an. .f. of the . above described- stnrk Halm aud bind it on the affected parts. Try it tor sale or wishing to purchase same, ill do wlII McKinney Station and Green River and you will be surprised at the prompt location or auuress me An experience of fifteen relief it treatment twill, cure rheuma- year In Ithis business has been of profit to me and turnpike or to tho beginning at John alfords.lor The. sam Dr. M tism, sale by L.JIourne, Druggist and I think cau make it profitable both to the buyer and seller P O. address Stsnford.Ky. Murphy's. 6pticun,StanIurd. Ky. too dlar-rl- WILLIAM T " Office at the Myers (louse it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally one ot tne nest located towns In the South for mannfacture and other enterprises of magnitude Water Works ara now being agitated and right above the town about of a mile there could be erected Water Works with very liltle cost that would supply a city of 150,000 in habitants with th purest and best water in the world Our liltle city has been newly rebuilt in the last few year arid it business house ard residences will compare with larger cities of greater pretensions. Our merchants and tradesmen are all prosperous and doing well. Wc have tw banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that arc prosperous aud In a good condition. We have splendid schools. V have a Female College, a large brick building, with over too pu nils in attendance and under the prlncipalship ol Prof. J. M. Hubbard, is in a flourishing coudi tion. We alto have a Seminary that Is a good school, with Prof II. F, Johnson, at its head, We have on of the cest Public School buildinirs Ic this section of the State, with over 100 pupils in attendance, and with other good private schools ' you see our school facilities are excellent We have elegant church builnings, representing every denomination, with a full corps ot minister offias class talent and are doing a better business than any class ol men in the city. I have tried to make this statement as facts without any exaggeration or coloring, as thoso who know will bear ne out, and thoso who wish to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate among a good people with all tho best surroundings, would do well to call and see me before pur chasing olsewhera three-fourths -- A 4 tAjk. t..sa,a,w win Titfii-iliiliriii- i 1 jr, 'iiwtf ir'r-f- iil - -- fa-