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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892111101 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. MATniKONIAL MATTERS. I Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 11. 1892. DAMVILLE. 4 r " NO. 74 -- WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. DO YOU- - D William M. Ballard, a widower of B2, ami Mrs. LuolntU Meese, h urolty widow of 10, wore married ut Uouiijtnrto Adams Knd yeatorday. lu tlio -- Mies Lido Ingels, one of iho sweet singers of Paris, was married vwlerday to Hov. Francis T. (Jhwjk, tlio pastor of tho Klrnt Presbyterian ohuruh, of that city. V. II. Wnnllow mid Mlw Oma A. Manuel, each Jnet ID year old, were made one aitor Ond'it holy ordination at tlio bride's luthorV, Thomai M. Manuel, in tlio Cook'H Springs vicinity. A Now Jersey jndge lun Immortnlhi-chiniBolf by ruling that when n young man and woman kis each other or wnlk arm in arm in public it shall bo tnken as an admission that they aro onggod to bo married. The judge is not a candithin fall, fortunately date for for him. Dr. Green Moore, tho splendid gentleman and most exuollent democrat of McKinney, aud Mrs. M. V. Tabler, n hauilnomu widow of tho aamo point, celebrated tho gloriouB victory by getting married nt tho bride's slater's. Mrs. It. Williams, yesterday afternoon at 8:30, Iter. John Bell Ulbeon olliciating. Only a few friends of the family wursj present. The happy couple has the best wlshea of this paper, w hlh tuko pleasure i n acknowledging both of them its friends. u Through some technicality thcte Much needed rain i cached Jus last wns no election for town marshal. Tho Thursday. 8 Rev. Thoniaa preached nt tho M. K. trustees will meet today and appoint -, one to perve for one year. We underchurch last Sundny. H H H MSI ft Jhaxf The dry house nt Ml. Ash mines stand that there have been several applications for the plnce. burned Inst Wednesday night. Wc sell anything in our line of merchandise for a less percent, than The negro, Zke Held, who was shot On last Wednesday John Bird nut and seriously wounded a matt by tho by Charley Owens, on Battle Row, last any of our competitors for the same line of goods. We sell the wook, is in n very critical condition, tto niiino of Collins at Pleasant View. Miss Knto Troutmnn, of near Lex!oc8k!jkwn oan"1 ington, vlio has been visiting Mre. J. L. Whitehead, returned home last Sunday try and it is hupfd that he will never! night. come back for he is n desperate in't'io Wc sell Hats at less than cost to most manufacturers. Wc sell sideA Micinl was given nt Mr. J. L. The Lancaster cornet bnnd is climblined full stock Boots for S3. 50. Prof. Meiater, niteiieattIf a on lasi uiurstiny evening ing right up to the top in honor of Miss Kate Troutmnn, her the cornet player, is iiuu of the nest in Kentucky. Wo hope our citizens will visitor. On Inst Friday evening the Y. P. S. remember that it was through tho work O. K. gave a socit.1 nt the Academy of the band that Prof. Meister came ONminister. Homo. There wns n Inrge crowd pres- hero and started n bakery and confecIt is sold that some 18 or 20 colored ent nud a most delightful evening was tionary, and patronize him. goutlemeu of Danville voted the prohi spent. The reported majorities for tlio canbition ticket Tuesday through mistake. Mr. Sam FrcomHii, who was hurt didates for county offices is as follows: They put the cros mark under tho eomo tiino nco by bin wagon turning Toinlinson, democrat, county attorney, wrong chicken, picking out, as they over, died at his homo wt Wednesday 150; Robinson, democrat, sheriff, 50. The thought, the rlticst looking one of the morning and was buried nt his homo circuit clorkship iH claimed by both MaQuccnswarc, Crockery, Coal Hods and Vases, etc. Try our Oblot an theomblem of republicanism. son, democrat, and Broaddus, lepub'i-ca- n. elisk Thursday. Flour, the best on earth. Mewrs. J. M. nd J. T. Bailey, G. T. Herndon's majority 101; HarriMibses Brock nud Karis, of London, We buy Beef Hides, Tallow, Rags, Timothy Seed, Clover Seed, Helm, Sam Helm, Sim Slaughter, C. K. spent last Saturday and Sunday in son's majority 12. Khltir, J. P. Harbison, Sr. and Jr., R. G. Williamsburg. Mr. R. A. Steele, who Col. L P. Hill, of your city, made a Furs, Feathers, Beeswax, Lard, Bacon, &c. Denny, Allen Kenney, S'. P. Kastlimd, has wen sick for several days, was nble forcible and eloquent presentation of the Come and see us before making other deals, At Ike Hamilton's . ; .. i ... i iwibuhikj, muiu iiiii principles of his party on Monday evenA. i. . t. .i iaiKer, t i.uuieu to be out to the election. old stand, ROWLAND, KY. Logan and German Stout left WednesThe stonework on tho romaining ing preceding tho olection. He made n s day for a deer hunt. They bridges across Clear Fork and Mills powerful appeal in behalf of his townsSs will leave the Cincinnati Southern Creek Is complete and Messrs. Moss aud man, Judge Saufley, aud was warmly at LanBing, Tenn. Willis Sever- Dfiiliain wont to Louisville to settle congratulated upon his splendid offort. ance and Wilaon Mitchell, two colored with contractors lust week. J. Mort Rothwell, elector, was present, CHURCH AFFAIRS. men, go along an cooks anil general utiliThe elect ion passed off very quietly nud made a good speech, which was B. K. Clay -l- 'nrisgave Evangelist ty men. in this county with about the usual ma- highly appreciated by his democratic 5500 for bis new Baptist church at Salt Tho residence of Win. L. Reed, on jority. Wo are not able to pivo the friends. Tho Lancaster band volunteerI.ako City. Broadway, una discovered to bo on fire the present writing. Tho Wil- ed their services and furnished excellent J.'M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Fcrvicfa at Neals Creel: school-hom- o about S.:W o'clock Wednesday morning. liamsburg precinct gave Harrison .'507 music for tho occasion. Sunday afternoon st which Nov. A down men with buckets oulJ have and Cleveland LIS. The people are 1S92. The Great Light for the Fair. W. K. Arnold will Ixiptixe several con- extinguished the tire at any time within much pleased with the new method of meeting. At the World's Fair grounds a test of Full corps of Conwrvatory nnd N'orrail School teacher. Superior cojrscs in Literature, Music and verts from the recent 15 or 20 minutes after it began if there voting. Church conference at the Metho-d!s- t had been any water. But there was the search light which is to illuminate Art Excellent hoarding department. Catalogues and circular! furnUhed on application. Jackson Park was lately made. The elec church Sunday morning in connec- next thing to none in nny of the cisterns Briefly Told. with tho regular sorvice. Mem- on the street. Insured in the Liverpool, Only one mnn in "03 is over six feet tric light is perched on tho high tower tion of the Transportation building. The light bers arc requested to be present. London k Globe, D. P. Rowland's com in height. The Southern Presbyterian Synodic- - pany, for $1,500. Although the origin Chlcniio has 2,OIS miles of streets, is tlio largest and strongest in the world. nl committee have already Boeured near- of Lie lire Is unknown thure is a strong four times as many ns New York. It was made by Schuckert fc Co., of Nu- fit for the pro- suspicion of incendiarism. nn nA wntclics in use renberg, Germany, and it has been ly nil tho $100,000 needed inerentp joo,u;s,s7.i Mr. and brought to this country by Prof. posed Theological Seminary to bo locat- Mrs. Frank Walton, who hnd rooms in at the prcrent time. a mechanical and electrical Louisville. s Nearly ed in of the sugar plantatho house, lost all there furniture aud shall J keep constantly on During the year 1S92 I Tho critical illncs of the Tope re- clothing. Mr.' Reed enved nearly nil of tions of Hawaii are owned by Ameri- expert. The light is what is known as stock of hand a full and complete of t reflector, that is, tho great u calls the fact that tho recent death cans. his personal etTeets. cardinals through which the rays Cardinal Howard reduces tho Tho Colorado cliff dwellers aro said by magnifying glass Mr. Isaac P. Harmnu and Miss Hanto 51. Of these. 51 wcro appoluted by nah B. Helm obtained marriage license acientists to have existed 10,000 years are thrown to audi a distanco is four feet in diameter. The direct power of the present Pope, since srhosu succes- Tuesday, Mr. Harmau Is a sou of Rice ago. tho light is 150,000 candles, without any to tho Papacy Bti cardinals have 11, Harmau, the lady n daughter of B. From tho American aloe tree is made sion died. Tho election of n Pope by tho Col- H. Helm. All live near Mitchellsburg. thread, ropes, cables, paper, clothing, glass whatever. With the big glaj.8, tho power is magnified to 1(50,000,-00- 0 lege of Cardinals li a very prolonged Mr. Pleasant Tucker, son of the late soap, augar and brandy. My stock of cindle power. The carbons used in A hen turkey in Morris county, Penn., Orville Tucker aud Miss Kmma Ltckey, widow ot the late uavtu daughter of M. G. Lackey, obtained has produced an egg n day for 115 days tho radiator nro 12 inches long and l Mrs. Terry, 5c inches in diameter. They are fastened Terry, of tho" Highland vicinity, died similar iiceuae Wednesday. Miss Liz.-- consecutively. insido the lamp merely withltwo upright Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of Wednesday of cancer. She hnd been zio Salter, daughter of R. L. Salter, aid The happiest old democrat! in tho sick for a long tirao, but borv" her sutler-in- Mr. Klwood Davis, of Lexington, vero county is V. II. Johnson, formerly of pieces of steel. Tho lamp itsolf is opera drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas with remarkable fortitude. Her re- married at the Baptist church, Wednes- Jackson. His domocracy is of tho ted on a sort of carriage, something af- D.LTon in charge. A. K. PENNY. in tho ML Mori-n- h day, nt S I, m. Rev. J. W. Lynct per- purest ray 6erene. ter the manner of a Maxim gun. It can mains wcro laid to rest burying ground, yVstcrduy, at 'J formed the ceremony. White roses can be converted into be turned in any direction and can be After the maro'clock, bluo ones by watering the trees during tilted so that tho rays will ascend vertic- riage there was a reception at Mr. the winter months with a solution of nlly. When the full power of tho light residence on Lexington avenue. HUBBLE. If you desiro to have was turned on the city of Chicago could A good many of 'em were disposed Prussian blue. -- S..I!ubblc has gone to Pulaski coun- to think Mr. Mort Rothwell, of Lancas- them green, water them with a solution be viewed. ty. Mc Kubanks and his now wife re- ter, was rainbow chasing when ho said of sulphate of copper. , For many yeare Robertl James, need The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway has turned from ther bridal trip a few da)s in a speech at the Danville ngo looking as frcah as ever. last week, that Cleveland would sweep 70, of Blue Lick, Ind., has been blind, put on two complete new Vestibule Mini Maggie Swinebroad has been the country with tho exception of Ohio, Several ivh jio his wife was taken trains to ta ko the place of thoso former- Is Receiving- His imf Irk litt for a few days, but is on nud render the success of tho g. o. p. dnn"erotuJy ill nnd in his distress lie ly run to and from lx)uisville and Lex proving now. J oo Uico is in homo from doubtful even there. Now they aro dis- wept inct 'antly. Suddenly hia night ington They havo a Ibo arranged, tho sleeping echool in Frankfort on a visit. posed to concede that Mr. Rothwell is a caruu Ixti'k . to him and he now sees na cars through between Louisville and Most everybody is pleased with the prophet of no mean distinction and to well na evi-rGoods Warranted and a Pertect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Otto of the lntoet levoloj)ments of Lexington nnd New York without change new voting system, but tho lloators say invite him here when the jollification is like a funeral procession on w'th the understanding that he shall wt6toini'iviliJtion is a club of young at Washington. This arrangement w ill it is too much for them. It is said that many of thorn speak lirfct aud not be made to wait until women in Moberly, Mo., who have or- - ho of great oouvenionco to persons in bank, into which they Central Kentucky, as it does away with voted and loft town with tonnt in their the other speakers hnvo worn tho crowd ganUtHl a 10 yes, hoping the law may be changed out, as has been tho case on every other puts dime evry lime they are kisfeud, all changes of cars and depots. i The new trains aro beautiful in design I another election occasion when Mr. Rothwell has been iu tho dime vary appropriately bing conhanded in Ids res Danville during the lata campaign. tributed by the ktaevr. and finish and aro heatedjbylsteaui and -- Rev. Montgomery The Nile has full of but six inches to lighted by electricity, affording tverv Lmati'in to the Bush Branch church the 1,000 nulea. The overflow kuoiMt luxury to the traveler. and it unanimously called Bev. Snnd.iv IS IT BETTER? iu June every year nud contin of Mills Springe, to preach for Taj It. 'Tin better to have hired and Imt ues until Augubt, Httainiug an elevntiunl A "Western paper tells of a little girl xt year. Uro. .Montgomery iwa them Th, never to hae Lived at all," way for about elehl of from 2 to 20 feet above low water who wanted a goatnd this is ,tbe been with the chureh O KoMtft hmd h--r white hamlt i leMetl, Bhe prayoil lor it: "Uli. Lortl, 1 want a( ww m i mark and Mowing through tho "Valley wild turd' call. Sane; she tweet vmh aud has served it well and faith of Kgypi" in a turbulont body 11! mileH goat, and I've told you so a great many All her sohI leael to her eM, him bleeeings wherever fully. Wo wish times. Now, I'm going to toll you just Wealth el juy couched in her Mp. for wide. he may go. CkMMUe were her happy kle, once more, aud if in tho morning I don't lias Wo learn that Hunter House And her un Luew ne ecllpte. "CKstorlalsftoweUadaptedtochUdrenthat I Cut or lit cures Colic, Constipation, tee the goat well, I shan't bo mad, exHappy Hooslors. purchased tho stock of goods belonging Stouuich, I)iarrlian. Knictatloa, "I It better to have leved and l.nl Ww. Timmone, pattmatterel Idvillr, Indiana, actly, but I certainly shan'tbe pleased!" I recommend itas superior to any prescripUoa I Sour Worms, gives sleep, and promotea dlI Kills to Mrs. Smith, ol llotigoyiite, lumiiomni II. A. Arciikh, M. D., write. "Mectric Itittars has dene more for me Perhaps tho prayers of a good many known to mo." 10 hae Iom1 at Mlf" TIwh never tU)i all other medicine combined, for that had 1 Wittiouv injurious medication. 111 So. Oxford St., HrooVlj n, V, Y. Dn her knwi hir white hands eiocl( his wife will conduct tho business at feetim; arituiK from kidney and liver trouble.' adults nowadays are something liko Letlie, farmer and ttockman, of tame place, In her vftltc a plaintive call. Wo wish mm succeee. John the same place. Tub Ccvriun Compant, 77 Murray Street, N. Y "Kind Electric Hitters to be the best kidthis. I'leadiRK looked she t theskiee, Win. Groover, of Russell county, is now ney and liver meilicinc, made mc feel like a new tad thv tender li)M, Trembleil man-, S. Dunbar. J. W Gardner, hardware merchant, tame "Young man," SrooNS NKCK88AUY. witu his brother-in-lawHut the tears that dimmed liereyet "Klectric Hitters is lust the thing for tnwn, iav hick for n a man who i all run down and don't care whethYelled the answer Iu eclirwe. Archey Underwood haa boeu old professor to a student, he livet or diet; he found new ttrength, good said a stern er fewdajs- - A number of our people aio appetite and felt jusl like he had a new loate on who had been eharged with kiaeiing one "'Twere better never to twvo levod life. Only $1 a boltlu at A, K Penny's drug Sunday to bear Rev. to have hiveil and Imt, Than going to.Provldonco of his daughters "young matt don't got mere SulTi'niig'i. keeiicwt patb(H moved Mr. Bon Swopo has returned Lynch. into that habit. You'll find that La Grippe Again. All the words, lly pawtieu teemvd from a week's visit among friends in Duriiur the epidemic of I.a Grippe last scasen is like eating soup with a fork." no haven )ct, SVi' buheldt Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Bojle county. Cyrus Knsnii, formerly a "How so. sir?" asked tho btudent. Where her shattered hope shall rite Caught and Colds, proved to he the best remedy. (Late Alexander's Hotel.) was l.oro last Vividly through all resrut, mircbautoflhis placo, "Because," answered tho stern old proKefMrt from many who iited it confirm this statement lhey were not only iiuickly relieved, but of tender metanrlMi. accounts. l'leeti week collecting the dUcave left nn bad alter rctultt. Wc ask you fessor, "you can't get enoughjjof it." (Krom the selections of the editor's dwr, dead to give this remedy a trial and we guarantee mat Boston Globe. Rates $2.50 Per Day. vwh will he satitfied with retnlts, or the purchase Jailor Tom Brown wife, and printed ill loving memory of her.) price will be refunded. It has no equal in I.a Court-House- ? At Scottaville (jrippe.or any Throat, Chett or Lung trouble How ue Got a Din.nkii. Haymow Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the DoBlrod Information. was assaulted by a strange negro, who Trial bottlet tree at A. U. l'cliny's Drug Store Ky. Hal, the tramp Madam, do you keep a pistol, Wa desire to impress upon the'mindt uf lh nub. Large bottlcf , joe and i beat him over tho head with a . . : French cook? W. R. LOGAN, '! Sullivan, fatal wound. lie the superiority of the Mtrvlce offered b the A. W. Jones, ft dangerous If not Manyohi tiddlers wh-- i contracted chronic Wisconsin i. entral Lines brlwten Chicago and Housewife No; why do you ask, you Marshal Dixon in Milwaukee anu St I'aul. .uiuneapoii Duluth and have since been pcrma. clerks. Manager. while iu the service J. J. Marshall, The negro then shot all points In tho Northwest. iwotatt trains leave nenlly cured of It by Chamberlain's Cholic. Choi dirty tramp? was arrested. Chicago daily for bt I'uul, Minuea; era'and DUnrh rj Uemedy Kor sale by Dr. M and tho baud. Ho Haymow I meant no offense, madam, A. C. SINK Room I. lkmrne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky tit It with 1'ullman Vettlbtitcvt J, N.MENEFKK hon'MtleaeielUuii'itoryin plain but un. Sleepersand Coaches of latest design Iu Dining An but tho odor of food that comes from tho It is the. only route of Iho public. Car Service Is unsurpassed. Duckltn'aArnlca Salvo. .,...(. .m. laiicuase lor the benefit ..1.1 ..1 ..At to tne racutc L.oati over wnivn irain runman kitchen is so appetizing that I felt sure IUln. '" "u " and Pullman Tourist Cars are The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruises .'One of my children too operated from Chicago vlaM. I'aul without chuuec. sores, ulcers, salt rhuura, fever sores, tetter, chap you must havo a superior cook on your her a tcaipoonlU of I save r uifive minutes later I'antpbelts giving valuable information can lie ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup- premises. obtained free upon application to your nearest tions and positively cures piles, or no payrequir thrn&L. i men sue wim w ticket agent, or to Ja. C. I'ond, General Passen- ed. It is guaranteed to givv. perfect satisfactioe, do my ovvu cook-iu.... id tritrierirli? tii i.r Housewife No, sir, I l'rico i cents per bos. fifteen rotnutet. Then or money refunded, itoepandtUpt jjool for !.. .h. urnl Itirif Yd IMn ger and Ticket Agent, Chicago, III. Won't you step in nud sample vint tmi. Llicu au "vui For sale by A, R. Penny, Swnlord, Ky. remainder of the night. She of it? Perth, Out,, is engaged iu making n?.Vpi.!r-.Jeoiisome nicht and I cave her U'e d For lame back there is nothing better than to rrite Kl "ult- one chceeo for with Chamberlain's I'ain ChicaRo flannel in .WSf.Mhnu.hi there might b. some ol this matnothaevon feut tlio unil nino Fair. It saturate a bind it cloththe utTected parts. Try it on Halm and Gov. Brown vetoed tho corporation will bo feet in and you will bo surprised ait the prompt relief it hich . me n7ed and no know the truo menu bill, giving as tho principal reason its ueatmen 'will cur rheumi-tltdiameter and will requiro for ita makiug afford 1 ho same For sale by Dr. M L. Bourne, Druggist and improper passage. .ud Opt.c.... tho milk ol GO) cowb for three dayn. frMI)r. M "I. TCurue. Optlcin,Stanfurd, Ky Et d Tho Gruber Family Concert Com pany will give one of their first olass concerts nt Opera House Thursday night. Sam McGuire had an outrageously big domncrtUle chicken in his shop window by daylight Wednesday morning. Mlenh ChrlMwm Saulley carried Boyle county by 11 2 majority In the circuit rotirt judge's rnco, in spite of the world, tho and the devil, which includes those who hoped to lie able to say, "I told you so!" -- MlrtSallloICUmhiind Mr. A. I). Bryant, lotli of thin county, near Mitcholbtburg, worn married Thursday at 4 o'clock at the home of the bride's father, D. G. Lamb. Rev. Thomas Hall, of the Baptist church, was the olliciating fl-- sli "OT f AID Q f1 My WP LL? ' Sited KsiRciWjilSl S< .! 1 We Beat the Winner in Low Prices -- Furnishidgs, Clothing, Tinware, Groceries, Hardware, I - XI two-week- a-- ) rail-roa- d STEPHENS KBT02L w 4 Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6t!, ) 1 t I : I aa-r- t PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER A. R. Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. four-fifth- four-foo- Toilet Articles Glass, Books, bow-eve- r, y. WJ1TCK3SS, CLOCKS JE.WEI.HX g Sal-tei- 's -- H.g.R0PLEY,-6- court-house- ft! ! mB0m - ci-n- t 11 com-moii- ce 1 tmszzzszssmzMVAiim' Infants and n n ii Children. M ll - f " ty ;iTHE WILLARD. Louisville, J.J. J.e u St p'i ,1J dtai-rht- na 1 -- -- d, first-cla- ss .Chamber-thecrou- p. - g. & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Ofllce.aiul Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. 11 i ud - STANFORD LUMBER YARD, 1 Stanford, Ky lHl -... ' V "" M Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal 1S02 Stanford, Kv., November 11, W. F. WALTON. i SIX : PAGES. EVERY PBIDAY. A afli a. 'JfBP HVwtcv&vV Gkovkr Cleveland will be th n?xt president of the United States. The pco pie omphnsized in thunder tones Tuesday their abhorenco of tho robber tariir UIII, Hint Illt7lin.u U iic7 uuuuu;. uiv uougresaes ami force bill, million-dolla- r other frauds and rAsaiilities of the party in power, and declared their desire to "MCg r flu if--r "f"Tr- retire to the democratic principles of an government, administered economical for tho benefit of tho masses and not for the classes. Recreant to ovory promise, unmindful of the fact that they are servants and not masters of tho people, tho republican of fleers have gone from bad to worse, till an outraged constituency has risen in its might and scourged them from the temple forever. With no offices to live on and nothing to look forward to, the g. o. p. is doomed to degredation if not absolute disintegration. The tidal wave of victory which swept this fair country like a cyclone on Tuesday means n great deal for its future. A higher than war taxes will be lifted from tho burdens of the people and n glorious era of peace and prosperity will ba inaugurated. The people demanded tho nomination of Grovor Cleveland and they have elected him by such a majority as to leave no doubt of their intcution. They have confidence in his patriotism, his statesmanship and his singleness of purpose. They know that ho has been faithful to every trust and that he will make a president of whom the whole country can feel proud. His signal victory is a grand tribute to this highest type of American citizenship. Every democratic heart from Maine to California and from the Lakes to the Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, CaliforGulf swells with pride and thankfulness nia and Wisconsin, over the grand and glorious result, and each is ready to exclaim, "Thanks be to Let Leavo Poor Old StrandGod, Who civeth us the victor-.- " ns arise and sing tho good old doxology. ed Ship awrTH I i w i Ek ft ? Maesachusotte' youug democratic governor, Kussell, seems to have a hold on that State that nothing canjbreak. He is again elected, though tho State goes for Harrison. deal in Tenn The republican-populi- st essee goes for naught. Cleveland carries tho State by 45,000 aud Tumey, democratic candidate for governor, gets nbou J?.rr.nri.7j.tf in. ? , yi.nm Q& yr1 30,000 majority. J ,ovo VUL u vouQiu at, "'' Mrs. Fount Fanner, who lives on Ncal's Creek, died Wednesday night, a lingering illness of consumption She was in her 50th year and had been for years a devout member of the Hap- tist church. She leaves no children, but n husband is left to feel tho irrepRrable loss. New York, Connecticut, Now Jersey, Mike Dwyer, the horseman, wins Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and the Sol- SSO.OOO on Cleveland. id South are absolutely assured to the Moody Chi leu, a Woodford county democracy, as well as six votes in Mich- hog thief, was shot and killed with a igan. These give 24J) electoral votes, or 27 stolen animal on his back. more than enough to elect. The rest wo At a negro dance in Scott rounty have only help to swell tho grandest vic Ed Smith shot and killed Jim King. He tory ever won in American politics. claims the shooting was accidental. At present there aro in tho Senate 47 William McDonald, who sedured republicans, 39 democrats aud two Frank Mayden's sister, was shot and fafarmers' alliance men. It looks now as tally wounded by him in Covington. though after March 4th next there will At HardinsbHrg bo 43 republicans. 43 democrats and two Tice Jolly and W. W. Vessells quarreled j farmers' alliance representatives, who, of over the election and Jolly stabbed course lean to democracy. The demoseveral times, dangerously wound the AND PULL FOR THE SHORE. crats will soon bo able to redeem every Speaking of tho glorious result ing him. Courier-Journsays: "Let us give promise Mrs. Allison Owens was killed hy The Very Latest. God ! And let us give thanks thanks to repubAnd Ohio!! The her husband near Albany, Clinton Louisville, Nov. 10, 5 v. si. The lat- lican State in the land slide. McKin-ley'- s to the brave and true democrats, who, county. Owens, who is a sou of Dr. K. disregarding original preferences and est reliable figures are: Indiana, Cleve own State repudiates him and his D.Owens, struck his sleeping wife on predelectione, buckled on their armor land 10,000; Ohio still claimed by demo- policy. The greatest surprise in tho the right side of her head. She appartho debatand did such noble service in political revolution. Ohio is ently died crats, now by 1,200; Illinois, Cleveland without a struggle. Osvcns able States." All right, but where does carried by the National and Stato demo- then attempted to cut his throat, but did come in? He didn't do 10,000; California probably republican. cratic tickets. Cloveland has 303, HarriMr. Wattereon any buckling to speak of, but on the Latest estimates of electoral votes give son 121, Weaver 17. Down went Mc- not kill himself. The extra session of the legislature contrary sat in his tent and sulked. The Cleveland, 300, Harrison 112, Weaver 32. Kinley to the bottom of the sea. Head continued 01) days. Of tho eight bills great editor isn't in it at all, unless the Congress, House of Representatives, lines iu yesterday's Courier-Journa- l. which Gov. Brown recalled the body to "in" refers to tho consomme. says the vot e of consider, five were pissed, one found all The Courier-Journdemocrats 210, republicans, 125; others 10. Senate, democrats, 42, republicans, Tuesday is primarily and decisively a right, oue amended and one not introGloves, Clo'iJis The election of Judgo Saulley by so verdict agaiubt tho policy and theory of duced. Tho five that were passed were Tue Post. majority is a moat gratifying 40, people 'b, . large a The people have hoard the the Attorney bill, Classification of Cities, Minuesota reduces her republican ma protection. tribute to one of the best equipped the clamors of the republi- Fiscal Court bill, Itevenue hill; and Corthreats and With little of the jority to 25,000 from 33,000 in 18 SS. inHhe State. to -argument they have nowhere poration hill. The governor vetoed the Iowa stays with the repulicans by 23, cans for graces of the politician and possessattempted to make and, undismayed Corporation bill. The Revenue bill ing few of the elements of populari- 000, which, however, is a big falling off. by the menace of dire evils to come, and will be allowed to become a law without Maryland doubled her majority for ty, as popularity goes, he has by main misrepresentations, the Governor's tignature. by uninfluenced The hill strength and awkwardness won a victo- Cleveland aud elected five out of six drawing their life from the moat ignoble amended was the Hlection bill, the ry that any man might be proud of. congressmen. Weaver carries (Colorado by over interests and the basest passions, they amendment consisting simply of the The people have recognized genuine party have spoken in thunder tones. Their granting of the privilege of using a 5,000 worth and they are fully as much to be also majority and the people s will be done, and Thy will be done, O, black pencil to write the nam? in the has the legislature.' congratulated as he is. billot of anv other Demon to hn votpd w " WJJAKKN Altgeld, the democratic can lidate, car- God, "on eahth as it is in heaven." MRS. AW JAMh. Tho New York World, which conlrib for than tho one printed. The original Besides many other things, the elec- ries Illinoies by even a greater majority T " uted greatly to the reBult, says: "The election bill was held to he valid and tion emphasized two very distinctly and than Cleveland, who has some 10, 000. West Virginia's plurality in 18SS for next president will be a democrat. Uro-ve- tho Senate refused to paw another. The emphatically. McKinley and his little Cleveland is elected. The people cost of the called session is estimated to bill have gone down into to the soup for the democratic ticket was but 500. Our new line of never to arise again, while the force This time it is 0,000 and still 'er climb- have triumphed over the plutocracy. b j over $71,000 ing. Men are stronger than money. The 'hidbill has been eliminated from further Delaware complete, Cleveland 18,529; Tiikke will bo a grand excursion to den and abhorrent forces' of corruption The McKinley bill will discussion. Harrison 17,951; Clevelands' plurality Cincinnati, Saturday, Nov. 19, via the hiye uot prevailed over the intelligence likely be repealed and that other infam- 578. This is a Jecided falling of! of the and virtue of the people. The overtaxed, Queen & Crescent ronte. A special train measure is deader than a door democracy. ous of ten coaches will leave Junction City & insulted, defied people have risun in nail. New York city gives Cleveland a the repub- at 0:10 a.m. arriving at Cincinnati at their might and overwhelmed iVsJ of 76,947, elects Gilroy mayor by 10:25. Returning, special train will leave We did not think so at the time, but lican party, fheidemocratic party dis73,801, elects every democratic assemblyCoal Hods, Vases, Pokers, Shovels, Kitchen Set?, Zincs, Cincinnati nt 7:15 v i. Faro for the played the courage of its convictions in the nominotion of Adlai Stevenson was man except Russia one, every aldermau and evround trip for children from 0to 10 years Iron Pipe, ect. an inspiration. His good old State of ery Congressman. its nomination for president." Hurrah for Tammapart to the of age SI. 50; adults $2.25. Tho ahove Kentucky contributed Illinois is redeemed. She gives the dem- ny uen majority, when five by far will include a round trip street car grand result by going ocratic ticket 10,000 Lexington, which usually, has s carried it by 22,11)5, narrow majorities, comes to the front about 30,000, a largo ;inmae over the fare and admittance to tho Zoological years ago Harrison and electa 13 out of 22 Congressmen at this time with a magnificent showing. In vote in lfrSS. The deinoemts have elec- Gardens at Cincinnati. Tha object of this excursion principally is to give the least, and probably two more. 1S88 Cleveland had only 0;) majority. ted their candidates for Congress in all pupils of tho schools along the line an the districts except th 11th, which gave This year it is 893. Cleveland seems to have carried b Connecticut, which was claimed by a reduced majority to Col. ilaa Adams. opportunity to visit the Zoological Gardens. As the trip will prove both inpullicient number of States to make his the republicans, gives Cleveland 5,000 The people's party vote was even lighter :103, when it only takes structive and entertaining, a large paelectoral vote majority against 330 in 1889. The rads than expected. .Dealers In tronage is expected to take advantage of Harrison has 124 and can't buy 2211 to elect. that State, no matter how There is some hopes that Hazelrigg these low rates. I). G. Edwards, G. 1". and Weaver 17, the latter having carried much money they put up. has defeated Holt for appellate judge iu A., Cincinnati, O ; J.S. Leith, City TickColorado 4, Kansas 10 and Nevada ;i "Where am I atV" Tom Watson, of the 4th district. et Agent. Bid well, tho prohibitionist, poor follow, Georgia, and Jerry Simpson, the s isn't in it. To the Democracy of Lincoln County. Kansas statesman, are both snowed AM).. SHOP. under, but their party's strength in the Koomsok ExecutivkCommittek colored population may possess The Foil Lincoln County, Nov. 10. its soul in peace. They will not be put House will remain about the same. I havlut . a Hutcher Shop on The Louisville Commercial, which ou have achieved a victory, valuable i.BIlcaeJr ret( ,,, t w, krtp at u ,im) back into slavery as they have been I Qucenswarc, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner winch lias tauglit to believe if Cleveland was elect- fought Caruth and all the democrats, and memorable The contesthigh plane. upon a was waged : iVCIELA.TS Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. ed. The only effect on them will be to says: "We take odour hats to Mr. Ca- just ended condition by increasing ruth. Ho has received a phenominal It was free from personal detraction. It better their which I majority under remarkable conditions." was marked by personal courtesies. It that cno Imj Iobtained, tine, now, will toll at the marhave a ket price. large refrigerator their wages and reducing the expenses The Wisconsin republicans admit the was uninfluenced by corrupt methods. It and mean will alwari be Lent freih and nice. of living. JULIAN VKST. election of Peck, democrat, for governor, was diitinctlvely a contest of principle. as a by a small plurality, and that the elecThe people deliberately, of their own The president has fixed Nov. 24th day of Thanksgiving and prayer, but, toral vote goes i to Cleveland. Four of free choice, and oy anjunusual majority BAUGH9IAN, poor fellow, he'll have precious little of the ten Congressman are probably re- emphasized their opposition to Federal KIKE AND STORM Wheelbarrows, Cross Cut Saws, Fencing Wire and Staples, Waling present benefits "to be thankful for. He publican. Tho Legislature is democrat- interference with;Stato elections and to ought to be satisfied with his honors, ic aud a democrat will succeed United a protective UrUl. The result fixes the Toilet, Ciminber and Dinner Sets. Greater statesmen than he States Senator Sawyer. status of Lincoln couutya.s a democratic however. Representing The Congressional Campaign Commit- county. have not climbed near as bieh. The campaign is closed, but the work Hartlord, of Hartford, Conn., tee estimates that there will be 207 demWk never had any fondness for the ocrats, 107 republicans and eight third of education should not be closed. Let Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Always on hand. All goods sold Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, secret ballot, but we must confess that party men in the next House, with 22 the people be taught that the power, Ins. Go. " of North America, jt worked well at its first trial. There additions yet to be made to complete whether it be a government or a highdisgraceful pulling and the quota of 350 members. There were wayman, which takes from one man to All of which are i Companies I would was none'of tho be pleated to wait on my friendi in thli lino. Pol. hauling of floaters, to which we had in tho last House 235 democrats, 8S re- enrich another, is a Homier! Or taken back. Goods promptly delivered. iciei promptly Utned. will injure against torna ttoei, wind (tormi aud lightning. Lightning clausJ. D. Pa.xton, Chairman. been accustomed and that class of cattle publicans and nine independents, or es attached without additional charge. G. P. Briuut, Secretary. Offic e at First National Hank, Stanford. 332 members in all. wore a most disgusted air. ra Tho democrats get 0 nt least of Mich gan'e electoral vote. Cloveland carries Missouri by 40,000 and Stone' is elected governor by 10,000. California has likoly gone democratic, Cloveland having over 1,100 majority as far as heard from. Even Ohio neomn to havo gone demo cratic Did anybody evor? Kvorythiug ha apparently gone our way. Indiana, Kid Glove lien's home, goes for Olovoland by fully 10,000 majority. Well may he ex'claim, "Where am t at?" Texas rolls up100.000 majority for Cleveland and electa n full democratic Hogg i probably elected delegation. on a close vote. governor Old Virginia, Went Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, all give increased democratic majorities. In Nebraska Harrison and Weaver are nip and tuck with chances in favor of tho former. Washington, North and South Dakota are republican. Even in Wyoming, that rotteneot if borouuhs. it will require tho official count to determine who has carried it. This is the unkindoat cut of all for the g. o. p. WETflEflTHEMMINS Do your Shoes Leak ? Do your Boots LeaK ? f so, don't, wait until it is too late, bat come at once to the &omsinrxjue onoe $1. Slioes STOBK, Child's Shoe 50c. Misses for Ladies at 90c, Boots for Men $1.50. Boys' Shoe $1. CL EVELAND Mackintosh Coats, Rubber Coats, For Men and Boys. Just received and placed on sale Still trie Peoples' af-t- Two Hundred and Fifty Overeoats, ,, 'iti'ftbargains. Also ''. 7j " .. manutacinrers' T ''"'".' """ jirst cost and are A Full Line of Blankets, Comforts and Underwear. STOBE, A. Hays, Manager. OTJ-ISVILLE Gfioice. i Democracy Sweeps the Country In a Grand and Glorious Tidal Wave. tho GOODS. A Ves-mjI- Is al rock-ribbe- d Blankets, Comforts, Flannels, Yarns, in all Canton Flannels, Jeans, Underwear for All Ages, YoawilldoyourseUan injustice if yon fail al law-yer- 's Boots, Shoes, Hosiery, grades for Ladies, Misses and Children. exandne our stock. MVJIIilllANCJIJi & 8UN I r CALL AND S -- plu-ral- itp HEATING artrMTcriiTu iv I w MUi b9 '1 h-- r ! W. H. WEAREN & CO. FARRIS & HARDIN, sock-les- HABDWABE 9 BEAD NEW BUTCHER opi-nw- I l firnt-cUu- n "H STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ! THE BEST J. H. A INSURANCE AGENT w Fresh Stock of GROCERIES fint-cla- GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED , 1 " set- - Slrf.TSBii - tmm9 2,fasa.;gs5 1 JPUi. iW,,t.-.w-.t-i- - i.jrf"AiUwu-,im;.;fcViigtfi- fi ami.m!'Lmj,(m WWMWHmpPCCi t nwiiiriiiM iia IrfaI i .Jja viai..iJ-- -- M - r -- fiaiim sFnaaaBa-- i rw-- ft - . .i-m rtt imi ,nwn . Ai jA viiui.. ajj .T. .) ,, j. j . t iSr i 4Ji- -. .t w nyiupain-- ' fiC.. nwiaii w i,i Hi ana iiiiiiw ta wwmrmm0nwvvmTm0'iiii'i'irmrmrm'f'mrmimmmmmm--hai rT saat , afcTlf upi j .1 .. aJi isAaiTii itofcitJiUii pb,bbbbbb mbps m m i .a..o.r... i mrmMwamm5Ka,n't,liviU.i.Wiimarmm- vimmrmf. 1- JatLK ' - a.V -- - rHljffJill"Jl'l fWi Mijijummpwi ' uwtym Sraj-- . Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal NOVBMIIEK 8TANF0RD, KY., 9, 1892 R.awAfcTON.Bua.ManQgor NOTICE, ThU U to notify the public that I win trtcMlo any per.on ihat hir-- , emplOTaor harbvra U. A lUyi in any n minor J I . Haya. V r i 1 III anil till H m I v I - HI B JH 111 -- Uourbon county, which gave THE FLOWER OF THE HOUR. Harrison 62 majority in 1888, gave The Vloklo rnnlilotn Which Dictate tlm Cleveland 300. 1'iiTorlto flower. A protty moinbor of tho mallow famRockcastle gives a republican ily (Hibiscus trionnm) claims tho titlo. under Italian majority of 350, Knox only 250, and probably nt homo hour," folding ekiea it is a "flower of nn a falling off of 500. Middlcsboro m THE BMiine GOOD ROAD HORSE. Dreed-In- s 1'nlntft for n-a- d Parmer About Ilia laml Hriupntlon. For Sale Privately. Residence and 14 Acrca o Land On Danville pike i mile from bwelerd. AUo "jjrng taHOB 0fa j mm trwTtmv UKVVI HI'M'K IB I goes democratic and IJell county gives the republican electors only 200 majority. Gov. McCrcary had no opposi tion but he got the full ccmocraticl A Houso and Lot in Stanford, 71 vote. QROVKIl CI.KVKhANI). Oh Danville altwt MKH t'ANNIK Ol'N.V 9IV1SUS HOUSE Lincoln county gives Cleveland more than 50 majority in excess of 188S. P.W. GREEN, Prop. ThiiiUhle, which It rni in rotirctlon with the n Myrrt lluutr, ha mpplutl with wtH-lmiw- bn ')' A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, j Buggies, Wagon3, Ad Drummer's Suppl public wttb t anil It hcttrr than nwpplr th prepared in KIIIST-OL.AS- S flN flVHLHN'DP. Country, A. n. STKVKXSON. IUOS OP ALL. KINDS. IImiWW I'etftMtal and prompt attention l'aitie h4 jivr nti WnWIngt. A I,. I1URNS. Manner r W. GUFX.V. IWrlttar. Democrats Sweep the he happiest, jollie&t lot of democrats that ever assembled cheered themselves hoarse as Joe Rice took the glad tidings from the wiies last night. Nearly everybody made a speech and everything was lovely as the goose honked high. The railroad boys are all good democrats and each tried to make the night pleasant for their guests. 1 HALLOW. r The local republicaus tried to look unconcerned, but they : couldn't help showing that it was Tennessee democrats give Cleveland 50,000 majority and elect hurting them away down in their THE JEWELER, gizzards, it is pretty tougn on their full State ticket. to their aspirations. ATOclcs to Suit the Most FastidiOld Virginia, God bless her, re ous. A complete line of FATTENING POULTRY. ports a democratic maiority of Ho Cairio3 tho Solid South, Now 50,000, a gain of over 48, 000 since rw Weeks Will Muko tlio ItlrtN I'll for York, 2Tow Jor3oy, Indiana, Market. 1S8S. Two weeks is sufliciuiit time in which Illinois, Connecticut, &c. lo fatten fowls for tho market. But this Iowa's vote is coming in slow, demands conformity to certain condiwith nothing to encourage the tions. Tho fowls should not hnvo full At Jutlje Sauflcy'8 Majority hope that the democrats have car liberty. themthis time it is not economy to givo, opjiorlunity for exercise. It is desirable that ull the food taken About 8oo. ricd it. DANffi Clocks Grover Cleveland Elected with Votes Spare. Watches, Jewelry And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and LOLISVII.LK, NOV. 9., 8 A. M. Artistic Engraving a Specialty. Cleveland has 379 votes in the All (oodi tU engraved Ittoff chaise electoral college, Harrison 141 otrVoarpatforajj.- - rctfiilly aollclttd and Weaver 24. TABLER'S OINTMENT rrtr.rrik;KICIUHU0.TmaaXtl.ro., TAKK THE Nov. 9, 12 m. Louisviu.w, The New York Sun this a. m., BUCKEYEJ says Cleveland has Solid South, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin. Weaver has BUT PILES. Colorado, Idaho, Nevada and NeCUM NOTHING braska. Cleveland has probably A SURE and CERTAIN CURE carried Colorado and is surely known for 10 yaars as tho BEST FOR PILES. elected. REMEDY Louisvili.h Tim lis. T 10CIS. Ni: DC COUKIKK-JOUKNAI- .. K, York, Nov. 9, 1:30 a. m. mvmmmmi iiiiRaiaia"!it'eTit nft tMicvtut. Hiw AuuiT Cmmo " w " " RP( The Tribune, Whitclaw Rcid's paper, concedes the election of Grover Cleveland. THE WORLD'S FAIR .LINE TO. And . . The election news, which began by being good continued to grow better till it was all that the mosj enthusiastic democrat could wish. Grover Cleveland has been chosen president of the United States and will give the country four more years of good and economical government. His election is a grand triumph for the people, who could not be convinced, even though said by the great Wattcrson himself, that to nominate him was like walking through a slaughter-honsinto an open grave. e .. .And MMIOTM-WES- T, ir Ktowt and hett Vctibuld UufTet Sleeping Carl and 1'atUtCari mi all train. No chance of gara, ttlaccmmadatteni, quick tt time and lowest rate. Far Information adarcta IAS. IIARKKK, O. I A., Chicago, V O CRUSH, D. A . l.etimille. r KnosvilUi Cumbsrland Cap & Louisville 1. v -- v F& .. (;uiiKiii.iitlu Con . human deaths that occur in the world it is reasonably estimated iWr D'ly iVIy D'ly r. m. A.M. York, Indiana, Illinois, New Jerthat one iu teveu is duo to consumption A.M. '. M. , Knoaville .... 3 S45 or tuberculosis, mid at least i),000,000 s S4 816 sey, Connecticut and the Solid Sla persons perish from it every year out of 8 s.y 8 15 Kl 6 JOl ...K. V O Junction... .Ileterly 05 aouin, an go democratic. S.' IJ 7 the population of the globo. The recent .Let us ,.Malneyvill 5 7 33 U reniarkablo development of bacteriology Carry tn 43 7 41 rejoice. 9 9 ?3 loukier-JouknaI.ultrell 441 7 33 has directed special attention to tht in Jt 7 JS I'owder Spriuj 4 7 1 747 7" fectious nature- of the Wlulc' Wathburti 4 IJ 7 11 7J9 Wllliama Srtnsa... 3 39 7" in a majority of cases tho fatal infection AND THERE STOOD KKNTUCKV. M 5 8 IJ Chicago, Nov. 9. The city 35' io a 8 19 ... Oakman is derived from human lxnugs nfllicted 8 l .Clinch River.. 3 49 gives Cleveland 20,000 majority l.onc Mountain.. 37 8jl Judge Saufley's majority is in with it. it has been amply demonstrated S3 3J and insures the State for .... ...Taacu'cll io A 84i him. Alt-gel- the neighborhood J of 800, He that in many caseH itisconveyed to man ..Powell 607 3 11 17 99 ....Arthur ltiver from tuberctiloM' cows through the 4 ss II as 9 91 the democratic candidate for a 41 5 5 ...Four Seatcni. II 1 9 8 . ..Aithur n S4i governor, goes in by a still larger carries three counties in the district, medium of milk.large cities piecautioiis II 4S S3 Although ...lUmllten Springs .. I J7 9 4' Lincoln by nearly 400, Jtoyle by have lieen in I'd 3 38 .Cumberland Gap... Sio taken to prevent or curtail ita 9333 . .Tunnel Junstion .. a 14 5iJ majority. laet 9 112, Mercer by 500 but Garrard the sale of adulterated, watered or a os 4 ..M. It. Junction i ifi 1005 a ml 4 l ...Mlddlehoro ta as 10 10 goes 100 against him. Stanford pre skimmed milk by menus of lactometer NUKTll HOUND. The New York Sun says that tests, thero is no practicable mot hod f cincts give him 1 59 majority, Crab detecting tho milk of consumptive cow K7TZ lo oopm l.vHVe Cumberland lap, Cor bl n ......il jop m Cleveland's majority in New York Orchard 4S, Waynesburg 55. after it has reached the city for delivery ....... i 30 a m I.Wineiton ...... 3 45 a in and Urooklyn is 100,000, thus givbuy can thereWinchetlrr Kingsville 1, Turncrsvillc 40 and to consumers. Those whosanitary super....... J josin Lexington ' fore le protected only by a m ing the State to him by fully l'arla - 4 30 Ilustonville 8c). Highland alone vision of the dairy herds at the tonrcv ...... 7 i a m Arrive EouUvllle The vote in the rural dis...... Jlolin Cincinnati by the went against him by 10. Capt. of supply and tlieui. eradication of the soih'ii n6i7NnT disease among tricts was light. i.;.m.... ... 7 30 p in Leave Cincinnati Hcrndon was not in it by any Investigation has shown the existence .... 8 45 p m I.OUUVI1I6 of tuberculosis in some of the dairy Arrive Pari ...io 30 p m ,.u 15 p ro So far as heard from Cleveland means. I.eainctou herds that supply milk to the largo cities 10 pm ,.n 45 am WinclicMer . in tho eastern states. Tiio most notable l.ivinstton was leading in Wisconsin. North .. t'orbin 3 jo a m Kentucky gives Cleveland an inquiries of this kind have been those 3 ijam Cumberland Cap Carolina and South Carolina both increased majority and elects 10 recently made in the neighborhood of Pullman Palace Car Knoxville to Cluciunat went'democratic by good majori democratic congressmen. Adams Boston under direction of the health ? without chance. (Vniirrtinn made with all train 'North and authorities of that city and of the Masat (.rand Central Ucpot.CCliiciiiiiatl. ties. North-weis elected in the 1 1 th by a greatly sachusetts state board of agriculture. Throueh tickets on tale at City Ticket office These revoaled the prevalonco of tho 138 Gay itrwt anil Depot Ticket office, foot Wnt Main atreet, Knoxville. The Chicago News claims a ma reduced vote. Ellis' plurality over disease on dairy farms iu many towns For any information aa 10 rouiei, raiei, cic.,ap- tiv tn jority for Cleveland in Illinois of Pcttit and the'rcpublican candidate which 6ent milk to the Boston market. i.i-- w. A III V. Aeltne Gen'lPa Act . M Rural New Yorker. is large and gratifying. iIIKNHY A SMITH. Otr Ticket Act V......i-raru 20,000. 4TWWUAVliV I...IKIIIlr 231 la KKcet JhI- l)We Daily Schedule, R. r.: should bo used to make fat, not for htrenyth of mtibcle. From eight to The New York Tribune says twelvo may be shut in a small room tothe democratic majority in New gether, where there will bo nothing tc disturb them. If tho room should be Jersey is 6,000. Mirtially darkened, all tho better. Let tho birds havo complete reposo; lot all The republicans claimed Con- their jwwers work toward digestion. Tho quickly fatted fowl is tenderest ano necticut early in the night, but most juicy. If no suitable room is uvnil later dispatches failed to confirm able, a largo coop may bo constructed, with feeding troughs outside. it. They were also claiming West It is important that tho feed should Virginia, but without right. We clean, 6weet and abundant. For this can eive them both though and reason it should not bo placed so that thoy will run over it or defilo it. The beat 'cm. object is to havo tho birds cram them- telves, sit down quietly and digebt, then ' cram again and so on tin. Reports from Georgia place her, chapter. Xow if they to tho end of in a are confine! majority at 70,000. Her entire coop having a tight bottom tho place congressional delegation will be will soon becomo intolerably filthy. There should bo openings or wide spaces democratic. Florida elects demo- in tho floor, that it may bo cleaned often, cratic Congressmen and gives her then covered with sawdust or some conother suitable litter. Kept in electoral votes to the democratic dition tho fowls will tako fourthis wmare meals in a day. ticket by 30,000. If there should bo a quarrol&omo one in tho lot it should lo separated from Ohio is joined to her idols, but tho rest. Such a fowl will prevent tho the republican majority is reduced. others from eating to the full, and disturb tho quiet which is necessary to tho rapid digestion of tho food. Fighting The New York World says Rus- tends to leanness. Even scolding will uso up food and prevent an oily, rotund sell has carried Massachusetts for condition. There, is no twttor food for fattening Governor by 14,000. purposes tho world over than sweot. fine. ly ground corumeal wet tip with skimmed milk. Tho mixture need not t The New ork limes says the bo so dry as when meal is mixed with city's congressional delegation is water. Thero is no danger that fowls will get waterlogged on milk. Some solidly democratic. poulterers feed buckwheat meal, thinking that it renders tho poultry better in llavor. Thoro is no objection to mixing buckwheat meal with the corn meal as a change. Tho mixture should bo seasoned with n teaspoonful of salt each day. Fowls that have dough for A their rations will not require much water, yet fresh, pure water should be supplied, that they maydrink when they thirst. -- Poultry World. 1 I j one-thir- d its Naples yellow potals promptly over tho family ensign a column of united stamonB that btands in tho bountiful brown center of tho (lower; but in it adventurous lifo with us. whero it os capes from gardons, it varies with the weather, and as timokeepor is no to bo trusted than a Other (lowers also havo thoir hour, and tho favor that makes them tho fashion of tho day is ficklo as our skies of cloud and sunshine. "Dear little buttercup' was smiled on for 0110 briof sunny hour, then tho sunflower roso and nil lesser lights went out during its brilliant reign Goldonrod, oxoyo daisies nnd chryean thomums each had their day, and still linger in tho twilight of appreciation Haughty orchid for awhilo sat queen but her homago was ehort lived, uud now the tasto for uggressivo sizo and form nnd gorgeous color gives place to a finer nnd more delicato choice, nnd we find airy Bweet peas hovering liko but torfiics in tho social sunshine. Mignonette has so long been held up as tho symbol of "moral worth without external beauty" that if it were capable of being anything elso than its own sweet self it would be n prig, but the soft brown hpiko simply keeps on pouring out fragrance from nil its little censers till tho air is filled with healthful, stimulating odors that nro good for bodv and soul. Flowers, especially fragrant flowers owo half their charm to association Sometimes tho association is so pleasant it almost of itself gives fragrance to tho flower; and, again, a perfumo will throw n charm over an hour that would otherwise bo unrecorded, for few tilings clinch tho memory to the timo liko the subtlo sweetness of perfume. 11 mi-re four-o'clock. SUNFLOWER. j$ -- O 17. i9. Louisville, Nov. 9, a. m. It is a regular earthquake. New 1 Of all tho ' l. . tli.-eai-,t. . 1 . . i; . . . . . . d, . . 1. sturtiumthat had almost died out of remembrance came back a few years ago on a wave of popularity and still holds its place. Tho (lower, in form and color "like a golden helmet pierced through and stained with blood" and guarded by a shiold shaped leaf, was thus described by Parkinson a hundred years ago: "It is of so great beauty and Bweetness withal that my garden of cannot tie unfurnished of it, and again tho wholo flower hath a lino small cent very pleasing." A few flowers are universal; roe.s. lilies nnd violets need no election to their sweet ofilce, nor has any generation dared to throw asido tho carnation. These inherit their and their nobility is something more than tho faucy of tho hour. With tho advent of each new floral favorite cornea tho question of our national (lower. What shall it be? Among all our native plants docs tiny more truly symbolizo our nation than tho sturdy sunflower, whoso broad smile covers our hind from ocean to ocean? Bold and strong, it holds up its head "without fear and without reproach," for thero is no deceit in its open heart, and its generous gold is without alloy. Tho mayflower lias some claim, in that it is held to bo our ono historical flower, but even if Xova Scotia had not already appropriated it as her own emblem it is, with all its dainty grace, hardly a suitablo accompaniment to our eagle, to whom tho sunflower would bo a fit com-- ; panion. Indeed it would seem, to far as the voice of tho people has been heard, that our national flower must come from the group so familiar to all of us, which Bryant has sot in his linos: do-lige, Another old garden flower tho na- A good horse should haro sizo, bounty, a pleiiwuit, cheorful disposition, good free action, both in walking nnd trotting; should bo liuro gaited, bo as to require neither boots nor too weights; should be fteo from blemish, and last, but by ho inen'is least, should be well broken and educated. All the former requirements can be bred in fact mn.it be bred; but the education, without which nil else is naught, can bo added by the trracticnl farmer in a more thorough manner nnd nt much less expense than by tho wonlthy breeder. The greatest exprmv attached to breedii x hotters is in tho development of the No matter how generous nature iw.y have been iu the speed tne art of man must bo usod to bring out this inheritance, and good traiuers aro an expensive luxury, while a poor trainer is still more expensive at any price. Not every small trader, even if ho has tho time and desire to dovoU himeolf to training, can hope to become proficient in tho art; but every man of ordinary intelligence, nnd having a liking for handling horses, can become proficient in educating young horsps and bringing them properly to tho point whero a buyer can becuro a good road horse, or the expert trainor can tako up tho education and bring out tho resorvo 6peed. A horse properly bred and properly educated up to this point is always salable at a good price. Tlio first point is to Btnrt right, for without this nil subsequent efforts will bo in vain. It is an accepted law among breeders that like produces liko, or the likeness of some ancestor, and the chances aro much greater that tho qualities of tho parents will bo reproduced than those of more romote progenitors. It follows then that if wo start to produce a certain type of horse wo cannot expect to often produce that typo by uniting parents of nn entirely different type. It has been a too common error that any old wornout mare would answer for a dam, providing she was bred to some noted horse. Experience has demonstrated that the dam exerts fully as much influence upon tho offspring us the sire; in fact in my own cac 1 have come to believe that I have more youngsters that show the characteristics of tlio dam more strongly than tho-- of tho sire. A good brood mnro p'nonld h.tvo size, for the offspring is influenced largely by the dam in this respect, and sho should havo a cheerful and pleasaut disposition, with plenty of ennp. If she has speed, so much the better, but it will bo like inviting failure to expect to breed n prompt, pleasant driving horse ftom a stupid, awkward, stumbling dam. Experience has shown that tho trotting action or gait is influenced moro strongly by the sire, nnd a breeder should bo careful, therefore, to breed to a horse of pure trotting action one that trots without the appliances of weights nnd other artificial means of balancing. No man desires to drivo a too weight trotter on the road, or ono that requires booting beyond possibly a quarter boot. By all means seek to breed high finish. A handsome horse will always command a much better price nnd a much readier sale than ono of plaiu conformation. Beauty dotracts nothing from Bpeed, and the breeder who seeks to breed hand-om- o road or driving horses will find aa largo a percentage of fast trotters among the prodnco as he who breeds for speed alone. In one case those that lack speed will sell for enough to represent a profit, while in the other class those that lack speed are among the most useless of animals. Cultivator and Country Gentleman. pl. e MnrKliig Liiuibs. The practico with breeders who aro now keeping records of every individual animal rams and owes in their breeding flocks is varied. For those who havo no better the following method will bo found practicable, and it is thought with less liability to errors than by most other methods: At lambing time by a very little moro than usual attention, and with no moro thaushould be given tho flock at th's time without this end in view, it can bo seen when a ewo has dropped a lamb. This lamb should bo marked as hereafter moutioned and ti note made of tho number it is made to bear, the ditto of its birth, and the record number of its dam and sire. Tlio marking is done by notches iu tho ears. The.--o notches may bo made whilo the lamb is quite young and will last n long time, or until tho animal is recorded nnd old enough to bear an ear label. Tho notches on tho ears count as follows: Ono notch on the outer rim of tho right ear is 1; one on outer rim of left ear is !1; one on inner rim of right ear is 10, and ono on inner rim of left ear is .10. Combinations of these notches may bo mado to nunilwr as high as 100. Cor. Breeder's Gazette. j Then on the hill tlio wood, tc-.iu- KoUItturtxl, the aster In In the 11 The yellow sunflower lt the t 40,-00- 0. otoud, lmk, autumn ' 1 nt Goldenrod has received many votes, and there is much to bo said in its favor. a. nanusome jiower, soic aim gracious, though lacking iu that decision which gives tho sunflower such a personal character a genuine American for, while the plant is quite raro in other countries, our species aro almost countless and prodigal iu growth, equally at homo on mountain, prairie or coast. Sojourners by the sea will find miles of goldonrod along the border that has a a deeier dye than usual, oven in this rich colored blossom, and thore is ono white flowered species that prefers the reeky huuku of streams. Iarcurf.t li Houston. I.Uv Stock Point. Roup in poultry is contagious. Tho lurgost per cent, of hogs is lost from denth iu tho south. During the past year Georgia farmers lost nearly 10 per cent, of their savJiio through fatal disease Alabama, Arkansas and Mississippi nearly as many. Ilogt in hot climates seem moro liable to disease than in colder ones. They need to have more attention paid to cleanliness. Chaplin, the Tory British minister, who hated American beef raixers, is now one of tho outs, and Iris successor is Mr. Herbert Gardner. To Mr. Gardner have come earnest applications already for the removal' of the spiteful restrictions imposed on the admission of foreign cattle by Chaplin. There is good reason to believe the burdensome restrictions will bo removed. The shoo pinches our British cousins in a peculiar way. The truth is that English and Scotch capitalists have invested immensely in American ranches on our side of the line. When, therefore, cuttle from the United States are barred out of Great Britain, it cuts into the pockets of British subjects themselves. 0 1 . UAKte &i 'v iAr- - .4U-.wttr).ba!4aa- . mmd4t4!AJh-- . . w,-ii.-. ti" ii ia liitjaahfc -- wjgMsM f- Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal TJNHAPPYAlAKRIAGrES 1RA2 Stanford. Ky., November 9. 0YAGE OF THE CHINA VASE AND THE BRAZEN POT. W. P. WALTON NEW BUTCHER S5IOP. t liutcher Shop on I hate just opened a Urst el Lancaster strwst, where 1 will keep at all time that can beebtaHWsl, which I will mil at tbe market price. 1 hnc line, row, larga refrtaterator and mnH will always be kept fisnsb ihh! nis. HJI.IAN VRST. 48.1 mo 2Ur. rmtiU Leslie Mnkt'st an Apt Apptlcn-tln- n nryiNop'a I'nuilIInr rtiW --Tho Tortures of n SenjltlTo.Wiiiiitnt'it AHInnrc Trillin Selfish nnil Uniymputlirtlp Mnti. ICepyrisht. WW, ly Amorlcnti IJreojs AMnockv ttun. All ticbta reeorvwl.l THE : 33EJST ' : MEATS J. 21. KAUG SOI AN, FIRE AND STORM INSURANCE AGENT Representing Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Ins. Co. of North America, " Companies. I would All of which are first-clas- s be pleated to wait chi my f riemls Ih tM Hne. IVH. icie promptly issued. Will insure against tornadoes, wind itormi aud llehtning. Lightning clauses attached without additi"i.ll charge Office at First National Itank Stanford w k-- T :-t "V -' Junction City Marble & Granite Works JUNCTION CITY, KY. Hare juit erected a new Marble and Granite House and am fully prepared to till orders for all kind ot Marble and Granite work. I havo in my employ skilled wrkrien fiou the Eau. My freight Ncilltles can not be excelled and I will not br 38 I JOE S. WRIGHT. Ill r; I M ComI t fpjjrii mercial Hotel, Having removed my Itarher Snop to the am Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, In anything they inx with in n line. waited mi. Call n me. Chit-is- o JESSE THOMPSON, In Gnmmcrci.il Hotel Hunters and Fishermen. We. the undesigned, hereby warn all penos not to hunt or fiih upon our lai d or water, laid lands being ituatd In while or in part in Garrard, Doyle and Lincoln counties, Kentucky, and we hereby agree to support each othtr lullv in the enforcement of the law against any and all trespassers. This September J6, 1891 V. W. Y eager. R. B. Ulce. A I. Rice, John W Miller. Ci r. Hlgginhntluni, I'. L. Ilroaddus, Cyrus D.tIv, M. F. Kout. A. D. Hughes. James M. White I!rlgtil Herring, A. M. and K. S. Bourne, r J J. S.Johnon, J. C. Fox, I. B Kemper. H. F. lloliinson. T. B. Kcbinwjn J W.J Ballard, Alfx We-t- , Frank r'ox. 'I' I.J.Walker. Ierrv Watid, V I. I. Houree, William Hubble, S. J. Ilourne, A R. and G. K Pepe, CI. Doty, S. If. Amltrson, II I) AMnil;c, flertram Spratt. Mix Kate llurdrtt, G. II. Aldildge, junu l.oiitiie, Mrs E f'i J. NIxen Perkins; H. ilourne, T. T. Pollard F. T. Fox, Jr., V. !. Chestnut, Henry Walter-., Ci.k. T I. Horiim ' ,ai. mold. H. Milch-- I llrmddus, J i AMridue. t )hm limn Pope James Her F.. It. 1) G, Putin,' J, A lYeator. F. S. ll.ir.Uu. n, M A, Itaujhman, lamr. c'nderwjod. L Owlc Mrs. Miller, pouuamore. VOSTISqUSTITT. BXST 1.1 tjCallTT. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. FOR 20 YEARS KlCIIRD8U.V.TiTL0lt SOLD EVERYWHERE. XKD. Tnptni kj CO,, 8T.L0C1S. Scientific American Agency for H Mf 11I I'll m. A COPYRIGHTS, THADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS CAVEATS. I'M nMk Qmtktm world. 61 " For information and frea Handbook write to MIJNN & CO, a BKOAUWY, Nrw YOHIT. a In America. Oldest bureau iorsecurtnu patentbrought beforu Krery patent taken out by u la public by a notice clron free of charge in the tbe etc. Largest eirrulatlon of any aelentiflfl paP" In tlio Kl"dldly Illustrated. No Intelligenta man honld be without It. Weekly. K3. yeart U0 six month. Address MUNN A CO, I'lTiiLiaillKa. SOI Ht oadway. Hen York. of uiilmp)' nmni.iKPH ivlilch one notices hi1 quietly etnttiiti, altliotigh thoir record mny not get into tho nowsiNqwrs or Ik? generally utdt'ratool in tociety. Tho story of the boy nntl tho fox is vory trite, but like most trit thinit it lias been so often lierHno it is t very true, and nobotly hsa tlicoverl n better wy of clothing n truth w .'.vh everybody ooner or later feels'the liwd of exprecsiuir. IJnt 1 think everybody will concede that iiidinx the fox rather increases titan lesnons the shuriinoiw of tb mniles with hisKi"iirf w which t!w tmfTerer fold the rich robe are nmre tie above the hidden gniiniw i.f ua;t:ir,!i th;:n the esnre. un of mirth end And K6iioe thcie is 110 xMwiu porrow and which women swe more jutJne to trj to keep ooiicealwl and to cover with lying smiles ami than an unhappy niarringe. There is ROiuethitiK ko hiunilintiiiK to a woman in the coufc&sfon that he hitB j;iven all ami received nothini;: that she has complacently deliveretl herelf over, loiinti hand and foot, to a master incapable of appreciating tho value of his slave; thai bhe has lmrtered her womanhood for a handful of fairy sold, changing with tho hrst calm ray of daylight, to dried leaves and crumbling twigs. Thoro aro various kinds of theso unfortunate and humiliating marriages, but nono perhaps harder to enduro for highly organized and pelf respecting women than tho marriago of tho china vase and tho brazen pot, which, as you will remember, JEsop tells us undertook to float down the 6tream in cotniany. Again 1 must confess tho fnblo is bo well known that you may call it trite, aud yet so very, very truo to lifo that we cannot nfford to forget it. J2p we not constantly seoit illustrated all about us: Have wo perchance had some experience that indorses it? For this companionship in a limited degrco is possible in other relations of lifo than marriage, but with this difference that in almost any other relation escape is possible; friendships and intimacies may bo quietly dropped; tho daughter or sister who cannot livo with her father or brother may Und another homo and no one ask why. but tho wifo or tho husband is bound by self chosen ties not to be rent without public scandal and severe humiliation. You may say, if tho companionship is 6elf chosen, only self is to blame for its Why did tho china incompatibility. vase consent to tho proposed voyage? Why did it not foresee tho disastrous termination of such an undertaking? "Any fool might know that at the first commotion the brass vessel must shatter the china one, and fools must snder for their folly without expecting sympathy." , So says the world ami shrugs its own 'shrewd well satisfied with its common sense, as it calls it. But then tho world is itself the brazen vase, mid its dictim is exactly what might bo expected. Of cour&o there is some truth in what it says. 1 notico thnt disagreenblo things generally do havo some truth about them. The china vsiso ought certainly to havo been wiser, but there aro excuses to be made for her. In the first place,- everybody is prone to estimate tho world from tho point of their own identity. It is not possible for a china vaso to ovolvo tho idea of a bronze pot from its own inner consciousness; it must learn it from experience a bitter experience. And another very valid excuse for the poor bit of china H that brass does not always show its hard and cruel nature. It may lo as the brass of Bentnes, curiously wrought and ornamented; it may bo inlaid with all sorts of precious metals and stones; it inay.lo hammered mid filagreed aud molded into most attractive shapes and decorations: it may be polished so completely that ouo in looking upon it only sees tho reflection of one's own fju-- and form ami exclaims: "Oh, hero 1 havo found my very counterpart ! Now 1 am sure or sympathy and comprehension." Yes, brass is a very deceptive metal, not being indeed a truo metal ut all, but only "a factitious of copper and zinc, and no wonder poor, simple china va6es aro deceivedself deceived, if you will, but nevertheless innocently misled into n great mistake. I snpposo there is something to bo saltl on the side of the brazen pot also. It also judges from its own standpoint, and caruot perhaps really know or over learn tho genuine fragility ami liability to destruction of its china companion. It is acknowledged that a man, to be a worthy specimen of his sex, must havo a good deal of the- feminine nature latent beneath his stronger attributes, and some men fail in this requisite altogether, while some others havo tho wrong kind of feminine qualities, which ura woro than none and only mako the HERB nre vnrions kimln :ht on-m- 1 et. pre-tenae- a brass rooro brazen. Thwe men add to tho hardness and obtusonoss nnd rouirhnuss of tho masculiho nature tho vanity aud lovo of easo nnd exactingness which tarnish tho eonl of many a woman, while they Rhow not a traco of thojo sympathetic nnd eelf denying attributes which mako other women tho light and joy of n worthy man's oxistonco. God pity tho wifo of such a mnn and she need look for no other pity, for the man to whom bIio is tied knows not what pity means, and tho world will only scoff Mtould sho be so ill advised iw to ask for its sympathy. To bo u re, hh a whole, tho world cannot comprehend her sufferings and aches in perplexity. "Of what do you complain? Ho doe not leat you or btarvo you, does her" "No; no indeed." "He is not openly unfaithful?" "Not that I know of." "Well, what lathe matter? Wlmt dwv ho do or leavo undone for yon to complain of?' But tho china vimo remains silent. The vory ossmice of being china is to le delicate, and delicacy is very silent in tho preoenco of the world. It is so hard to put things into words that ho who runs may read, although they may Ih moro real thnn most of the things to be found in print. Tliero is nothing harder to fight than noncomprohonsiou nnd nothing that entails moro porploxed suffering. One has seeu a sensitive chil tittorly misunderstood by those who had it in charge jiorhaps its attendant, its parents and tho look of bewilderment and iain and questioning thnt comes over tho ingenuous fnco, not yot cajMiblo of concealment, w exactly what comes over the heart and mind of the china vaso when sho first discovers that she has set upon tho voyngo of life in comjmny with a brasen por. Ami as a general thhig the woman is as incapable aw the child of putting into words just whero tho pain, ami the amazement, und the disappointment come in. I remembor once trying fu explain somo mental diMiuietudo to n man whoso intellect nnd eloquence had captivated my oar and given mo an idea that ho must necossnrily understand svorything. Ho listened for awhile to my efforts to put nlmofet unutterable things into words, and finally replied with a jovial laugh: "The trouble is with you as with most A'omeu. You fnncy yourself unique, whereas you aro only one of u wonderfully uniform B'wcios. All women have thoso fads and fancies, and they are all pretty much nlike. Just give up the idea that there is anything peculiar to yourself in all theso notions and realise that nearly ovory woman of your acquaintance cherishes tho same. Then go to work at something. There is nothing liko sewing common plain sewing to bring a fanciful woman liko you to her sober senses; or, if you liko better, go nnd visit tho poor and play Lady Bountiful; that is what occupies tho time and mind of n great many of our better class of women." Perhaps it is unnecessary to nay that this gentleman was English very Englishami also that ho was a first class specimen of n brazen pot. Very fortunately 1 had never thought of floating down the stream in his company, and to our mutual content we soon drifted out of sight of each other. Another gontleman, aud a right down good man he was upon the lines of his own little circuit, always said to me in reply to nny littlo flight of fnncy or theorizing or in fact anything except pure commonplace: "What n funny womau you are! I never know such a funny woman in v 1 jter-hap- s men of thoir own onliber understand this and make allowance for it and get around it without combaMug it directly. But tho bmaou pot man iinver makes allowances for anyliody but liiuidf. Ho tells his wifo with brutal frankness that her idea nnd prejudices aro thoo of n fool: that sho don't know what she's talking alxmt: that an idiot would know belter than to riv such thintfs: that he can't stand listening to stich .'tuft nnd la going out to upend the eveuint; at the club: or which i wore ho argues the matter in hand with a lmnl voice, ivereniptory demands for ntwwors to question like thow of a lawyer crow examining a wit-nwho is trying toerjiire himself, and finally, with acotmely coiitemplu-011- s laugh, shonts: "There! I thought ytm'il wind yonr-iel- f up if 1 gnve you rope enough! You bee you haven't a leg to stand on. What idiots you women nre anyhow!" t man i Perhaps again the hraacu simply coart-- and careless and slovenly and roiitWHrtuoiis of the refinements that make the dally atmosphere of his wife's existence. Ho is not careful f his jiorson or his dress; he puts his li.it on and lights his cigar in her ledroom. or ho kicks off his Inmts in hor boudoir aud only laughs laxity when requested not to do so again. In fact, the varieties of the braieu ot nre infinite nnd infinitely painful to encounter. But one thing is invariable and inevitable if the china vaoe undertakes to float down stream beside nny one of theso brnzen forms, tho end is sure; either a few coarse, heavy blows shatter and hink her, or nn infi.tity of littlo micernblo jars ami fractures leave hor marred nnd splintered and rough edged aud ruined for nil Inanity And self respect. jier-Imps We will pay the abovo ?wanl for aiiy case af I.iver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick llrai'iclie. Indigestion, Constipation er Cnitivcr,es we can not cure with West's Vegetable Liver Fills, when the directions are strictly compiled with. They are purely vegetable nnd never fail to give tatWiac-tian- . Sugar coated. 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Instead, tlivro In lieslacis, V vrelclit lit the ntuttmclt nftrr entitle, aridity und lclcliliir np wind, l"urT) aplrlta, loss if rlierjry. Ulrolnblllly,'' M...I ri,r.lt.ttntf. i,rMkll. All llf.t, 1111, v (J) conditio, but never b rrnllreil wlien tlio Ihvtcla ilo not net us nature Intends tliey xv q - Kormtrly J'rofe.sorof Electrical New Ir u. e .r Medicine, IVtocIIcnl Collogo, TORONTO. CANADA, in of the m ' Southern Mcdionl Inititutc, Umininc Pb)si I.OUIIVILI.K.KV. Q PARIS FA8HION. .sjPvrll! l'tHtrfsl bhoul-ders- - com-Ioun- Dr A('p,rn an is a iradnaleef Hellevne ItsMfM Sometimes one wondors whowonrs the al Mrdn a Co lege. New Verk Cn. ansl lha IttK- r i al Medical CaMnge.Tnroatss, Cauaiea. llesuM gowns and Ixmuets fearful and awful made a sscal study 4 I be disease be ma ml Mi that are pictured in tho fashion journal the sieat llolUvve and CHarnVy; HntpHal me years and retucntaeaaAnufeetoeln dmwaitsii; really does sco in reality in and tlmt one and trennnsj ChroDsc Disease He devsMoa att the maganins in Paris, and if ouo haphs time t the treatment nf chionf and immvsmm nloutl tho polite attendand bis kkill as tens to wonder detcs pf txHh seaeswell establislnrd. an espef t in IMt eiasa of rates n Tlswt ant says: and "Oh, thosoHre for tho American trader A Good, Comfortable Residence, And yet very nearly all tho American Pormanontly Curos (oed garden, cow psutstrr, On Dans ille street ladies that I seo dress in tho most re yard, water, Ai Anplv to Acute and Chrtntu Catarrh. Rlncins la Knts UK III till KF.1D, Dealnt-sa- , fined taste, nnd so Ihteases 'f Eye, Nse, llirwat or MRS IIKTTIE t Al FtiRD ; I.nnts. Klslncy, Utina-- and Madder tfnbi.i. in writing those Ihsease, DubrtM, Dyspepsia, CnnsM- Htl(ht's few fashion notes .Ir, iS Filion, Rheumatism aud Faealysis, Kpikfvsysx Cured. I tnkoouly Mich ouns; or middk aged Mtest snlTriK from as I would like to Impolcncy, Kriantraos, the rosssks ef errors or exteete. sbvnM can KctsMe it vs ten iate. reo every lady Immense stack of I'rwt and Ornamental trees, We Rurnte a erne II ease choose. But rich small Knots, Shrubs, Vines and FUmso I'rVees SuperM nous hair and all bs Hot gone telacfar. vrvpttosM of last and elegant as Io. We have no agents and astr prults ccuse permanently removed where theirs begin General aud Strawberry aro tho fabrics of H apitrlcaibMi In ISlood IHscuhch. this season the 7j 1I.IMIII.LKNMKYKK, I.eiingt, Ky As Sypkihs, VroUla, Stricture, CIM,vt., coloring i so subcured try never failing remedies. dued in getiural Diseases of worsen, such as l.eoeerrhea, painful McnMrtMllon, Displacement ol Womb, bearlag that it is a posicr. down pains in bat k, islitvcsl in short lime. tive relief to the The I)Ktnr catnes all his portable Insirstmenlt eye when some and comes prepared to examine the most e medical and Mrgtca cases. young girl flutHe nudrrtak. no incurable dietr-ters by in a bright hundrrsls given up to die. red dress, with CONSULTATION FREE hat to match. And red clonks And Confidential Address m are also seen. Tho J S AI'I'LKMAN, M. D., I.osHsviNe, Ky. ta.l cloaks are of n deep color, with shading of it term cottn. Ma. ....... ... . ft. I. n.ll.. ivicwiiiii iitinicrp. ntn rim en nu genta is revived mi iiviicv on etir UihJi wlthowt per ethert net ttrs and is a beauti... a .. . . .L ma. I. .will h ....a ..U M.i. ...... ful shade of red. Signed. eit extent of the C. M.SI'OONAMOORE HiOMKNAUF. cosTl'siK It is the only red J. K. IIRUCI DU .nohd. that really goes lifel" THOMAS C. HALL. of toile STKKI.KHAII.KY. On ono occasion, when 1 was confiding with gray, and it lights up a gray A.M. FKLAND most wondej-fully- . to this gentleman, as I might havo done II. V. UAINKS. JAMIUiCilVKNa. to my little dog, some of thoso feelings Nearly all the rent of the season's tints I. . PHILLIPS. of mild discontent nnd aspiration for a are of the fading leaf artistic, but n ANTON RKNACKKR CLARK KKYNOLD wider aud nobler life which tonnout trifle depressing. M Al KOWIT most women from time to time, he reSleeves are enormous, somo of them AND T D NIWLAM) W W HAVs. good plied as one would to a fretful child: veritable balloons, but Indies of ti C l,OV "Come, come; you aro unreasonable. taste have them somewhat modified FRI.D IIAt MANN pieces. Yon havo all the necessities aud many with puffs and tight forearm A very handsome fall toilet has tho of the luxuries of life. You are dead Upright and Horizontal. 6iiro that you never can need for food or body of the dress in jmlo green telle du clothes or shelter so long as you live, Nord shaded with pale heliotrope. Tho Stationary, ' Serai Portable and and tho rest is all nonsense, you know." skirt otiens over a narrow panel of leaf Portable. All sizes up to 26- Well, this gentleman was n sort of brown velvet, and the upper part of the are of horse power brazen pot not ono of the quiet, massive corsage and puffs to tho sleeves thHfgs that in men we call brutal, hut tho same. The liouuet is of tho same Unequalcd in Safety, Simplicity just a little Beuaros cup, br let us say velvet, with gold colored plumes and Strength and Durability. saltcellar, as ho so nlxmnded in Attic anthers. AllF.b Russian velvet is very much in favor, wisdom, but tho thinnest nnd prettiest and your particularly that with changeable effects, Write fer Free Illustrated I'amplcta bitjof brass, if constantly knocked up against the edges of n chm 1 cup, will but it is so sumptuous a material that it CO plain, with no JAMES o)ipi .! fret and chip and spoil it ir ic does not needs to lo made ornamentation except wido lnjiels and NEW YORK CITY SPRINC.FIELD, 0 rii'iu.MHsaygggifg!: .wM'iii'imi absolutely crush it. And which is tho worst after all, tell two or four extremely largo buttons. Twenty mllenhe Shortest to Postilion hnques, tdtort in front aud mo, oh, china cups? Tho two or three quite long, but narrow in tho back, sire blows that absolutely destroy and efface, or tho littlo jarrings and scratches anil seen on several handsome fall promenade nicks ami nips that dofaco a piece of costumes, but tho most of tho waists are St. Louis, Chicago, Michican Punts, Cleveland. Detroit, Hullalo, china and cover a woman's face with round and belted. Indianapolis and the West, wrinkles and worry lines leforo its time? Canada, Near England, A Novel I.rttcr Cum-For my part I inclino to think the LitIt is mnde out of a light straw hat, ter torment tho more unendurable. One which has a rounding crown and a Washington. Ilallimore, PlnUdelphU. of tho torturos of tho Inquisition was to medium s i z 0 d Ouickcst time tnllarrodsburg, Frankfort. Kv. shavo tho top of a man's head nnd then brim. Bend tho Kichinvnd, VIRGINIA Shorlrsi and Quickest line to " place him under a tank of water which brim away from fell ouo slow drop after another upon tho crown and tho defenseless scalp. It is said that fold tho hat toprisoners who laughed at tho rack and gether, pressing SOLID VIJSTIIIIIKD TRAINS thre with " out chance via Chattan.Ea, llirmln(ham, Meridjeoredatthe flames succumbed under it so that it will ; tV catcsaX ian, inaklnjr direct connectiona en route far Knox, this torture, the effect of which was to so bo nearly flat. ville, Asheville, Lynchburj-anpointt in the tho whole nervous system that This, irritato turned I.KTTEK CASK, (JOIIIO pro, ..IF VOU ARK it thrilled with agonies not to bo crown ' down duced by violence. ward, is tho foun At Chattanooga for Allanu, Columbus, Wilmtog WE.-1T- , Just liko this is thongony many a sen- dation for tho letter case, and must be ..,.., w.......u... niijuiw, iiiaron, Savannah, ..THK. Ilrunswick, Lake Cily.Thotnasville and FI.OKI sitive and high strung woman endures wired along tho edgo so that tho wavy DA points. by enforced companionship with a man lines made by tho bent brim will be preThe only line runnlnK solid Vestibuled train t whoso almost every word and action is served. It will look liko tho first cut Pullman Iloudpir or Palace Slecpinjr Cars towith St. to her; Auutine without change lor uny class of pas. nn ofTenso and an annoyance scngeraorbafrgage. when ready to be trimmed. Now lino who never understands that ho is hurtSelma and Montgomery, Huntiville, Decatur tho inside wit Horence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. ing her feelings until ho is told so, and palo blue china Shortest and quickest to Anniston, Selma. Mo. then cannot in tho very least understand connections made at NEW OR. silk, fastening it . NASHVICtC R. R. LEANS without omnibus transler for Galveston LOUISVILLC how ho did so; a man who looks at everyin front neatly to Houston, Austiu, thing from a coarse and mnterial point tho edgo of the LILY t VTlZ--j 7 case, and arrang of view; who interrupts her most heartTEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. It the line for you, as its felt utterance with a poor joke, which ut wffi,ffiM-MlMWing it loosely at T,he cn'X shrough line to Jackson and Vickiburg. onco silences and disgusts her; who, on Miss. , Shreveport La., making direct connections the back so as to Make dote connections at without omnibus transfer for Dallas. Tort tho other hand, if sho tries to bo cheerful givo it a higher ' Austin, San Antonla, El Paso and point. in nnd toll 601110 little story or mako some appearance than LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points, TEXAS.ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. little jest, cuts it short with a yawn and the front., A row "By Jovel Only 10 o'clockl What an For through rates, correct county maps and iu of blue fringe is THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. Til ROUGH case, I.ETTEK IIAGOAGK CHECKED information call on Agent at Junction City Kv endless evening!" placed along tho tuimmcd. any information caqulre of For or address J S. LKIT1I,' Possibly this china cup of a woman edge nnd around tho bottom of JOES HlCK.Acent, . Jnneilon City.Ky n sirrTr.T,,V ! Stanford, Ky, may bo unreasonable most women are front Or D G' EDWARDS? tho case. This douo it is ready to bo 1 W. W. TENN, TraV, Pass. Agent, Mangr., O. P A T. A., ua Bomo direction or another and the tacked on the wull for use. Clnctcnat). Junction City, Ky I sev-rr- al nnil Womlrrfnl (limns for the i Truale. AiiK-rleni- iiw Liver Pills rellve It nnil Rlvn lienllli nnUTJ linppniHiu. They ro worth trial. TUTT Will bo at Myers House, Stanford Tuesday, Dec. 0, Returning every fmir weeks during the year FOB KENT. y Orchard, Lawn, Garden. ic and Skin s btri 111 HI iHa?! POSTED. a m b. A. con-tum- o 1 STEEL BOILERS, PSmfirI 110 MILlMJrlfSSml ; LEFFEL & WSSmW rx gtagV -W. OmOKimATK, . Nov York, liostou, N)1UW (DHJLEANSw d KTORTBC OAB'OMKTAS, 11 . Double Daily Trains "S1 " I -- ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Foil Salk. My rcsltlonco la front of I Ukautipol, rich now kooJs for tho hoi College. II. Ilald. iJflysat Dankp, the Joweler'8. ol-flr- o. Stanford, Ky., Novemukr 1'ou Uk.vt. AcottoBU on Mill street. Pon Hunt Two rooms over Soveranco 11, 1892 Apply to Will Matheny, or nt this A Son's store. Apply to Will N.Craig or Dr. Steele Bailey, Wantmd. 100,000 dozon epgi. Will I need every cent duo mo now to buy pay 20 cunts pur tlozin. V. II. Woaren my stock of 'goods, which I shall shortly " A Co. open in tho now Btore. This is intended HEAHS IUSINESS. for ovorv ono indebted to me. So please Take your vyfft to U. ?. Jonus' Great call and settle W. B. McUoberts. EsnnAViNQ beautifully nntl RTtistinally Bargain Store and gtt 21 cents per dozdone at A. It. Penny's. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Buy your hooka and school Buppllue of en for them. John Paimiett and Bosa Lockman, In the new storeroom of Mr. Withers, now Hearing completion. 'I ail kinds from A. H. Tunny, who Hulls y.ho wero indicted at tho last term of IS'nw STRAY sorghum, caramel court for stealing several hogs and a them at pnblishur'H prices. am agent for and have on hand the Oliver Chilled Plows, Studcbaker Havk your watch, clock anil Jowoiry syrup and fresh Imrrel of Now Orleans laVen wk ear rniJ ctcp Wagons and the Dicks Famous Feed Cutter. repairod at A. It. I'onny'a. All work Just received at W. II. Wraron A Co.'s. spring wagon from a Mr. Singleton, of ami lckup mar, about a in Ml ago, otw while .x.iie.1 hoz. split It will be to your interest to give me a call. warranted, tho Waynosburg section, wero given 150 oHnifht; wrih. aluut ; pound. Owiitr 'cat. ami jMyinc Kkmkmbkii that all silverwares watches, court yes- gt it by prQ,viDgfirotert SAMLkI. IIOLMAN. closing law worked daysiaoh in Judgo Varnon's Tub rings, Ac, bought at A. It. Penny's wll! Crab UtclurJ Ky, beautifully. There was no drunken-Hep- terday. be engraved freo of charge. no disorder and oonseuently no A mono tho men applicants for tho I PERSONAL POINTS. nrrests hero. aro John W. Uout. Thomas Mh. and Mils. J. U. Hay nro in CinTin; C. S. miiwfil connection at Junc- Lasloy, Walter Saunders and A. G. Hufl-maI Will Mil publicly OH Mr. Bout used to be n room-matcinnati. Is now ready for everybody with a full line of tion City yrstunlsy and tho ropublicans, Stevenson and he TUESDAY, NOV. 22, '92, Mm. Wm. Giikh went to Louis villo who hopod for some consolation from witli yesterday. tho Commcrclal.Gaiwtto, wore dlsap thinks ho has tho "cinch." By tho way, Kour nti J mile. Irnra StunlorJ on .V I'reachriville turnpike, Mh. Jambs Maiiht, of ,Mt. Varnou, has pointed, as they would have been if the it is reported that Gov. McCrenry sajs in Lincoln county following property, the Six or 7 milk com, sccurpil a i.tUtnt on a tuluxraph flound- paper had come. ho will recommend no wotrinn for bo Ladies' and Misses Cloaks, ollico. If this is so tho many er. YoarlineStoor s & Holfors Ouit two editions of ii half pago extra, ladies who aro Huttinir their hearts on Five brood mare, all bred (0 jacks, woik mules, Dit. John M. Fki,ani, of Buth county, 1 is on a visit to his fattier, Mr. A. M. Po- telling tho glnd tidings of democratic getting it would do well to restrain their 1 work liono. success, went like hot cakes. Tho first enthusiasm. land. Shoes of all kinds. Full stock of Boots for Men, Uoys and Chil 21 Yearling Mules, Mares but 2, Musk La.akus, wlio Iiiis been clerking went out nt 7 a. m. nnd tho other nt 12 Call and examine our goods and get prices. A fihk which, had it. not been discov- About too fool ewpt, all bwn breO, alw 3 South- drcn. at tho Louisville Storo, Iihs go ho to his Wednesday and each covered the wholo bucks, 6 fat hogs and House Highest market prices paid for Eggs, Butter, Gcnsang and Dried time, might havo caused tho loss downand kitchen lurmtiire. about oihoats. No. 11, hold Kom cutter, case and gave tho very latest news to bo ered in home in Birmingham to remain. occurred Wednesday of corn In the350 bushe not wheat, about 40 acres Fruit. of our shock, j larm wagons, a nice HarPnor. T. M. Gooiiknkiiit, of Frank- had. good mower and all other tools morning. Judge Varnon sent his boy nett W. fort, camo up to help Sauliey nml put used on a farm In tho wreck of matter ami the crash down to his ollico in tho 1 hums Sums ol $10 and under, cash, over that tho erowi undor the democratic rooster. of worlds, it is somu consolation to tho Amount 6 month's credit, with interest, lund with bm usual that morning to make n lire nnd MtCBflHS. IlHRNAliP, WilkillROII, Hlllc, goodaecurlty required V. M LACKEY. local republican bowses that they carried when tho door was opened a small, but Stanford, Ky. Ikzlrynnil Wilson, of Junction City, Macksvillo precinct by lour majority in steady blaze In the floor near tho stove attended tho show Wednesday night and tho indeo's race Tho coons nro thicker mot his eye. Tho spittoon, maile of u TO THE PEOI'Li: of. laughed their aides ore. in that precitidt tluiu violinist uro in box of sawdust, had burned up nnd the Col. W, O. BitAUt.RV pftfwed through hades. firo had gone through both tho zinc and yesterday, llu taken tho doieat tho flooringtaround tho stove. Tho boy and Hiiys ho has boon there Iosu Sam ISmimcman says tliat lie is in succeeded in putting tho firo out but tho Judge Snufloy promised baton and gotten tuml to IL a quandary. ewwpo was certainly a narrow ono. It OAfti'K.NTBii and GUI Cowan, of him tiio master commiesiuuership of tho AND VICINITY. T. Under the Coffey House is a little place so full of Dry Goods, is supposed that some ono had caroleps-lthe Weft Knd, attended the Hubble Circuit Court and Giover Cievo Uoots, Shoes, Clothing, Cloaks, &c. , you can scarcely stir, and these thrown n lighted cigar stub in tho He night, and uhllu horo were laud wants him lor Unit cwtcher. box, which ignited tho dry sawdust. goods are being sold at such low prices that leans to tho latter and will likely he tho guests of Mr. J. N. Monufut. I am offense yen a Tux Ohio news fills tlioso gool demo made tho official minnow provider. Tn k election returns will not bo olli- cr.ts, Prank Harrto, W. P. Sliarhlan and havk Just returned from the citv daily counted until to day, so wo dofer T. W. tlreer, to overflowing. They are lino of full and tho tabulated statement so as to have it prouder of their unUvu Statu than over. witli n very handsome to which I cordially In perfectly correct. We have them Arc turning in that direction. We are selling a gentleman's Shoe In the Illustrate! Konturkian'h latoet winter millinery, but as Judge Saulley's wm the viciniportrait gtllery ,o( Kentucky htMtitius vite the ladies of McKintwy and worth $2; a boy's Shoe for $1, worth Si. 25; a gentleman's for.Si-50- , Thanking them only contested race wo simply givo his OF appears tho boouti fill face of .Mi km Mary ty to call and examine. Hoot for $1.50, worth S2. The celebrated "Amanda" Shoe at $3.50 majorities lor circuit judge: Crab Or I solicit a continuGltty ThoniMH)u, of Lotiisvillu. Tho pic- for past pwtronago, worth Sa.SO. A trenuine calf Boot at SoO. worth S;. Then we chard No. and 2 12; Stanford, all four, ance of enmo. Mrs. M. V. Tablcr. ture is a lovely one, but does not do her have a low grade of Shoes that are worthless, ranging in price from 15t); Waynosburg bo; Kingaville 1; lull jiiHtico by any means. Co.NSiDHHiNd tho wretched night, 40; Hustonvillo 89; total, :'SG. 65c to $1 a pair. These you must buy on your own responsibility. NowOrloans Minsttols had n bet- Capt. Herndon carried Highland by 10, We do not recommend them, but have to keep them as a matter of Kiir Men, Ladles nJ Children CITY AND VICINITY. Alio tor house than they could havo expect- leaving Judge Saulley's majority 310 protection. ed, Wednesday night. They gavo as which is very satisfactory. Gov. ClIANHMKIUKK Rt 1. Hampton's. Cloaks, Cloaks, Cloaks ! to be Overcoats, Overcoats, Overcoats usual a nice, clean performance, which Sam Owsley, for Congress, John found everywhere in our house. Cloaks from $2 up. Overcoats M at ruTTKna at MeKinnev BroV. was greatly enjoyed. Tho music was Jr., for Commonwealth's attorney, Jas. from $$ down or up. o dancing veryartistic. P. Bailey for circuit clerk and J. N. The largest display of Dress Goods ever known in the city from an Handsomk window display Hi Dunks, lip top and tho And for sheriff hud no opposition, but tho Jeweler's. 85c Chcveron or Bedford Cord up to Si 50 or Si 75 per yard for the Tub txTuuou Journal flag, which they received tho full democratic vote. best imported Serges, Henriettas, &c. HOODS, CiHIS' .SoMkTHi.su brand new in dlnnor sets was unfurled to tho breezes eight years Tho National'ticket ran a little behind Come to our little hole in the wall. ago to celebrate tho victory of G rover Judge Suufley. nt A. A. Warren's Model Grocery. I have bu) era in the Eittern cities who aredailX Cleveland, and which was not brought Judge Saufloy carries Lincoln by IH2, shipping to me. Hixa May, daughter ol Green Gentry, out four years ago, now floata gracefully Boyle by 112 and Mercer by about 400, rolorwl, died Tumlay of pneumonia. across Main street, telling mutely total S5J. Garrard gives Herndon 101, COME TO STAY mm -- rohibitionists didn't oll near though unmistakably, that this country leaving the judge's majority 750, not so And when the blue olrd come I The largo as our extra stated, but still their usual vote in this county this time. is dono with republican rulo. ' WILL BUILD A TEMPLE enough to satisfiv tho most sanguine. Wu.i, Bkkak Dirt. Messrs. W. U. Hukli, Boots and Shoes. Wo aro still . .. In this town and agents for tho above co'obrated goods. Dillion nnd A. C. Carr will commence o FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. to break dirt for tlieir two McUoberta.V HlKgins. FILL GOODS. A. T. Hunn eold to a Cairo, 111. par buildings on tho lots reand cently purchased of Mr. J. M. Hail on ty n It year-olfilly for $235. lit A vkiiy "indeslrablo" ,400 pound cat store-rooin Stanford for sale. Apply lower Main street. Tho buildings will Foil Salk 18 AND FANC7, FAD, FASHION Mt corner Main and Somerset streets. " both bo of tho latest ant' moht approved tle; fat and nice. A. J. llayden. inuleB Kon S.M.K. "'2 two year-olm Wi: have a slutigtiter pen at Mr. S. J. stvlo and will bo models of conveni All broke. M. S. Baughmnn. Don't listen to the tale of other merchants your ence. Hmbry's and will kill and deliver M. S. Ilaughmau sold to Tewmy, of hogi at M) contfl jKsr head. Hansford A son of Boyle, 14 2 year old mules nt $115. "' Jons Ciootit, tho Call and secure Bargains. ' Hustou. M. II. Goocb, of Wnyncsburg, was de.Noolil uorthlcti itjcl Bros, bought in Pulaski Spoonamoro POST-OFFIC- E Kvunr votinu plaeo in tho county clared insane by a jury in Judge of butcher rattlo nt 2 county a K court jesterday and ordered to be to L'lo. Highland! and went democratic but Macksvillo and they went republican by taken to tho Asylum hi Lexington. lie Ano ten tno tame old way Call and tee me, S. M. Owens sold to Win. Catron, of to Imj or nut very small majorities. Macksvillo is tho had the grip some three years ago and Somerset, a pair of extra good draft hors- whether youI want exchanse not. Ifuoodn are the satitlactory will thctu or refund Mnco then he has had fearful 'spells o f money. coon precinct. es for nervousness, and on Saturday last be timothy bay. 500 bales of TnosKofour patrons who wero i.ot went raving mad. 100 barrels of corn for Bale. G. B. and hervod with tho "Extras" as soon as they ...MAIN STKEET, could bo delivered or sent by mail will Ki.kctios imv wiis as clear and crisp Harnett, Stanford, Ky. of cripples left Dubuque, HUSTON YILIJB. - - KY. A receive them iu tho placo of tho rcjiilnr us the most ardent democrat could wish, Friday. all day Wednesday and at Iowa, lat week for Canton, Minn., to be pages sent out on but it rained night tin first snow of the season cover- cured by the vision of the Virgins in the Lincoln county democrat havo more ed the house-topAh it was the ikh of church at that place. reason to celebrate tho victory, local nnd November, wo will have Ubiiowh this winW. H.Traylorsold to Jones & Har national than anybody and wo must do ter, if the old saw is verified that ithe ris, of Cincinnati, n of butcher .We are making. fix it for Tuesday so next week. by tho date of theistnli'at 2 J and to ltobinson. of Garrard, number is governed night and do it in shape. November day upon which it first falls. a pair of mules for $275. Korestus Held sold to Bmbry for r Nkaiilv oyery oilier lady in town and Just as Baby. Undo Lewis Hossel Morris two of about 1,500-lSeveral outaidn liavo their heart Bet upBmbry also bought two siys the new systom of voting isn't cattle at U on tho Itisa pity thero is near so bad us he thought. It didn't car loads from J. K. Bruce at tho same Articles to Suit the Most Fastidiollico to ho filled; so innny hope- take him two seconds to fix his ballot, but ono ous. A complete line of ful heails will havo to bo diBappoInted. for the Isteiuor Journal to!d him to price. California has shipped this year .OF cars, or SS.8 10,000 pounds of fruit KuabSimi'soniuhI l'eto Huston wero put tho X under the rooster and he did below, an increase of 020 oars, or 14,0S0,000 lbs., fined 115 anil ilO respectively for breach so without looking at tho names C.irson, yes- lie says tho orders of this paper aro laws over last year. Railroad charges to Chiol tho pence, before. Jutla pounds, or terday morning. The jiuIko dismissed to him mid ho obeys without murmur cago was $1 26 per hund-e- d the case of malicious laitting of UitHtoii or without tjuestiou, as all good demo- $1,110,000. crats should. M. F. Blkin bought of J. H. McAlis-te- r by Simpson. hogs at 4jc; of a bunch of Tin: election did not pass oil" so quiet So far 8 wo liavo heard there hits been SHOES THIS. SEASON. I). H Collier a bunch of W0 to 1,000-lb- . no comiihiint of the Australian ballot ly at Turnersville as it did at sovernl of have butt:her;stufl'at2c; of Sam Dudderar a syatcm made in thin county, oxcept by the points our correspondents of Bhoafs at4Jc and of various par- Complicated Watch Repairs and two gentleman. One was Wayneaburi written or wired us from. An Ohio ne- lot ties several head of butcher stufl' nt 2 to Artistic Engraving a Specialty. yilcr, who declarod he could" not enjoy gro who was thero to teach tho colored 2lc. going to the polls without buying a brother how to vote, was obnoxious all All coodt sold ensraved Ircouf charge. J. M. Foster bought Wednesday of Jloater or two nnd tho other an aged cit- day and he became moro so as tho day BtTYour patronage teipeUfully solicited. Woodford 100 sheep, weight 00 izen of Stanford, who because hit could drew to a close. He Btnted on several Louis pounds, at3c. Sam K. Hodgkin bought white not get to vote got on n "big high lone- occosious that in his State no 3.of Squire Ben E. Willia 17 cattome'" mnn could or dared interfere with his Tuesday tle, weight 450 poundB, at 4Jc. Five domo-nmt- iu color when they went to cast their vote. Of,all kinds, MYERS HOUSE llArrv. Our am receiving one of the mott elegant lines ol ' tobacco diffi- hogsheads of Clark county MIM.MNKKY ever handled In Stanford, select- Made and Set Up in All Parts of correspondent, at London, Mr. He did not succeed in getting up a ed with an especial view to the wants of this were sold Thursday in Louisville at 11J he went to the Country. trade. Miss Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an cape, Join Pearl, went to Louisville to cele- culty, but when Smith nnd make fun of to 25c. Winchester Democrat. rlenced trimmer, la with me this season and I talk protfy Jakey No Agents employed. guarantee everything to bo In the lateit and mott brate the victory and writes as follows. old man P. W. GREEN, Prop. Pahis. About 150 cattle on the marapproved tashlon The ladirs are invited to call Tliero were several local occurrences at saucy to him ho got all he wanted. The I will take pleus-- u W. ADAMS & SON, and examine my good, which all sold. Medium 1,000 to in showing No. 4a Uroadway, Lexington, Ky. tom pondon 1 intended to write nbout, but old gentleman's son, John, heard the ket and feeders sold at 3.10 to Tnii Mable, which It run n connection with the j ICBtjj'BAZLKV. 3; Myers House, bu been supplied with boing hero and under the influence of Ohio darkey and let into him with a 3c. John Marshall purtho good democratic news that is on sharp knife, cutting him badly nbout tho yearlings about 3D. mules at A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Beautiful negro took to his chased 13 medium every tongue, I can not carry in my face and arms. The CrajonljFoiiraits Free of Cost, Buggies, Wagons, McClin-tocDKAIER IN Mclntyro & mind thoughts of bucIi earthly things. heels and the report was circulated later JG2.40 per hend. 3 and ..IK JntBiner'i Supplies and N better than ever sold 25 1,100 pound cattle at , "We havo won without Indiana und in the afternoon that ho was seriously supply the public with Those Buying SlO's Worth Goods prepats Josh Brown got on n little too 15 1,050 pound weight at 3 20. is certain 'to flow into cut. plenty cf monoy And Country Produce, S RIGS OF ALU KINDS. "'Will receive KRKB a handtomc portrait ol their tho bands ofjtho poorer clossos from the much "booze" and slapped Jailor Sam friends or any of their family, or for $5 cash will lias opened hia stock of goods aodU ready to serve the The dog that runs out in tho road Vertonal and prompt attention civen to Weddings, furnish picture and frame complete, from now till Ing people of Stanford and vicinity. He la offer . "wild cat banka",the ropublicans said wo Owens in the fnce at tho samo point. unheard of Bargains and all who want I'articaaad Uurluls. January 1, ia. , goods at tho lowest possible prices should Owens gave him a nice blow in return nnd barks at passing teams should die, aARGAlN STORK. Ben; goodP. W. GREEN', Proprietor. would estnbliah.Good-byoU. r JONES, SR. him on I.ojan Avenue, near Lancaster pike .b, nnd thoy wero then jiartod. no matter whose dog ho is or of what AL. BURNS, Manager. bye, republican party." H.O.WAfcTON,BU8.MnnQRer breed. Ho is puo of the most dangorous animals in the community. A man who drives a high spirited colt past tho door of a housa infesUd by such a brute runs a greater risk of his Iifo than if ho took a trip ucrotH tlto Atlantic. Having bought out the remnant of the stock of John 1$. Fosrcr, Advocate. Right you p.ro. Dogs are a nulnftiieo gon I am now disposing of it at less than cost in the basement of Severorally nnd but fow deserve to live long- ance's store, preparatory to er than their tails can bo cut' oft" closo behind their eats TO THE PUBUC Opening Out a of groceries. Hardware, Stoves, &c, Pull Stock homo-mad- e NOTICE. 'i bar-roo- cht. s, post-ofll- co PTJBIiIC SALE n. o Wo B. PERl&INt Vice-Preside- one-ha- lf Stan-(a- nl Staple Dry Goods and Dress Goods, t. 20 Clothing for Men, Boys and Children, 1 court-hous- harse-powo- r, r, court-hous- o E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. 74-- lt pliilo-s)phiciU- ly HUSTOBTVILLE In Mtte Hole 1 y minstrels-Wddnemla- 1 semi-olliciall- y, A Great Bankrupt Stock P She World and Part t Danville 1 Tnr-nordvill- e, Gor-ton'- u BOOTS AND SHOES Mc-Crea- ry, 1 Hats, Caps, Clothing' FUniM Men-ofe- J. S. HUGHES. I HAVE m m I.B.JMOBERTZ,. DR.TJGGIST, to-da- y hand-som- u two-stor- y d it mm mil d My Goods Are 2Tw, Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. BEAE OF BOOM. Var-non- 's car-lo- ad BUY MM ASM . . m m sm car-load first-clas- s JTOS. 8QX,QMOBr, SHOES. i. It'e car-lo- ad BANK! Clocks 1 car-loa- b. THE JEWELER, ost-oOic- A x SPBOIALiTY Watches, 250-pou- Jewelry LADIESsCHlLDREN & And SILVERWARE. 11 M'ROBERTS 1 HIGGINS. - dn TO THE LADIES. MONUMENTS - dyed-in-the-wo- IXSTERX STABLE well-know- n C. PGWEX.I., k Ken-tuckia- n. General -:- Merchandise, FIRST-CLAS- 1 VtS .vtrnSmk', & fc .T. "cT v " - -- - -- ,. ",v ..?IL4, ijiT.'''r i,' ''' f 'tiy:ss?yTtii7..V J" V " itMat&A. - 4-- ', w ifriSiliajijr'-- - - :jy ( Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourna; KP-l'i-HteSk,. published Every Tuoaday and Friday AT l1fJlJOIOVl .Shfr CHEAP A Jkea&fTT u 3m! a pjcit via Ait ayWheu not sjpaid tx a.t"va.:ncic. will be chargcd.'Sw $2.60 ICEHOUSE. "What Is that?" "As I can't seo as far as my oppouont l'lrty Ton. To chonply build n good ieehonso for I demand that he be placed at least ten forty to fifty tons mnko it high, so tlmt feet nearer mo than I am to him." but little roof is required. Tim fonndn Texas Sittings. tion fibould bo throo feot below the surMystery or a XlghU face to avoid frost. Two fctories lo by First Pullman Fortor Golly, chile, 10 is about right. Double doors must but I hnd a time las' night. extend to tho roof. Tho conior posts Second Pullman Porter What's do must bo rabbeted as shown to receive matteh? tho matched board lining. Ou tho out1 "Thought I los' a shoe. Looked fo It high and low, den gub it up an' waited for tho pnasenper tor kick." "An' did he?" 1 "Huh! Reckon ho didn't. Come out otter while, 6tumpln' rouu'wldouelcg." Striicttir Thnt Will llol.l 1'orty to Sain Tantry, a clerk on Ilarlotn nvc-nuo, is a young man who sufTorH from ucfectivo cyosiirht and a long tongue. Not long since, In consoquoneo of an unrestrained uso of his unruly member, ho rccolvcdA challenge from a friend. "I accept tho challenge," said lluntry, d "but as I am I have one condition to demand." short-sighte- X Modest Demand. Mm Mock Point. tfifiT' POWDER Absolutely Puro A Cream of Wis I'LAN TOR ICFHOUSE. Chicago News Record. Frlnrully Advice. Tarter Baking Powder. H chest ol sido of these poets a light frame should all in leavening strength -- Latest United State bo covered with heavy building papor Government Fid Report. ROVAL MAKING POWDERCO , 106 Wall street. New ork. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Rowland at at Mail tram .. .. -- .. 9 P sm North iopm South South B.pre.strain" North 5'5m 659am Local Freight North South.. The latter train also carry pastengert. Solar The above it calculated on standard time. i me i about ao minutes falter. C 7 oo a. ro., returning 5Pn QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Trains pass Junction City as follows: ; rast AC Special .1:55 p. m.; Mail t53 P m : New Orleans Limited 3:3a Special 8 40P in ; Blue & C. Special y.c6. Limited 3: Grass Special 6 00Y m. ; Cincinnati Mailu.j3P-m- . p. m.; Fast South-Kound-- Q Blue-Gra- ss $pttTD DR rt- A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. Store, Main street, Stanfard. OlSce over Severance & Son's - I Tin Peddler (who has met with an accident) What vlll I 'do now? Elfery W. B. wheel off my wagon is broko. llci;tnnliir with tho Incubator. Summer Hoarder (consolingly) Thoso who contemplate using incu- Leave tho tins In tho wagon just a.s It bators and brooders need not wait until is and perhaps you can sell It to one of Office South side Majjitreet, In office Ky. tho time arrives for beginning opera- tho boarding houso keepers for a piano. by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, vacated tions, but would do well to conduct an N. Y. Weekly. experimental hatch in order to bo more The Chill Autumnal Days. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. familiar with their work. From Novem"We might as well consider our enber to April is the season for using inDENTIST. cubators, as tho chicks that reach tho gagement as broken, Reginald." "I don't see why! Your father said to the Hizgins olnce, Lancaster street. market from January to Juno bring the ft movinsr postponed." highest prices. "Postponed until you arrived at years There is one thing thnt tho hen will not do, and that is to sit before she is in- of discretion. And in your case, Reggy :M. CRAIG, clined to, and this inclination on her dear, you know what that means." DR. part may bo postponed so late as to ren- Life. Hotneopathlo Phyaioian, less serviceable. Tho only al WHAT WK Alti: COMJNO TO. KENTUCKY der her STANFORD, ternativo is the incubator. This can bo "; 8 to operated at any time, and will hatch to is a. in.; to 3 Office Hours -io moro chicks at one operation than will ''o'ffic'e on Lancaster street.oppotitecourt.hou.e. n dozen hens. Tho incubator fills a 39- - y place that the hen has left vacant. Falls Branch Jcllico Coal Oo Though it entails labor, both day and night, in operating tho incubator, !. Minersand shippers of the GENUINE well as in caring for tho chicks in the brooders, yet the work is bestowed on numbers at once, and when people and largo We are the sole agents for Stanford of experience mannge such business Depot street and RowTaud. Office corner ot amply remunerated. There is some moGiNS it WATTS. loss at times, and for tho novice often disappointment. It is not intended to advise an amateur to venture into broiler raising in ROWLAND, KY., tho expectation of making it pay at fint. HARDWARE IN GROCERIES, 1DEALER Tobacco. Ohio But it is well to trj an incubator if it i MliSs.ftfort.UbV thebar?el. Will take cou.i- - desired to hatch chicks in winter. Do not venture with a largo one. An incubator holding not over 200 eggs will give tho best results. Experiment with It may j'et bo- - necessary to deliver brooders for coal under police protection. Chicago it and learn, and uso tho I a.k tho same purpose. Tho beginner will MaiL Thankinc the public for liberal patronage, rc'nJ,."rHiL;t bo surprised on finding how much he 57"1)" Jlaylnr; by Wholesale. servant. will bo compelled to learn by experi"Can't I get thuso two-eoence, for no matter how much ho may cheaper If I take a quantity?" htamps asked & BQWELL, have "read up" on tho subject, in actual Mrs. Chestnut, of the stamp clerk at tho KY., work hundreds of little details will ap Philadelphia post office. STANFORD, "I can let you huve a doson for a House, Sign, Decorative Painter pear of which ho was not boforo awato. But as all difficulties can bo overcome, replied the clerk. and Paper Hanger. furnUbed. one need only persevoro to succeed. quarter," well. I'll take them." Jury. "Very Estimate. Exchange. Country work solicited . An Unrailliiir Tost. Yt'iirlliiB Hacking. JIIYEAGER Foreign Visitor Is that college u ,. M.BRUCK. Below, reproduced from Tho Breeder's Gazette, is a fine picture of a Massachu- roally fine educational institution? BRUCE & Is it? American setts hackney colt a year old. It is say wab. (proudly) got the I should They've it mot IdiMU STABLE, American born, from an imported sire. otic college yell to Ikj heard in tho UVBT, whole country, sir yos, Ur. N. Y. Weekly. STANFORD, KY. PENNY Beutist. inches from tho lining and inches from tho paper; tho covering should bo nailed on lightly. This work leaves two dead air spaces between tho sunshine and tho ice, and no sawdust packing will bo needed. A ventilator in the shapo of a blinded window should bo placed in both gablos under tho roof and the best of drainage must bo provided below. In tho cut tho outer line shows the covering; tho middle one tho papor lining; strips of plank aro spiked over the 4 by 4 posts to which to nnil tho covering, and tho inner lino is the matched lining. Of course tho plan can bo modified to suit circumstances, tho main thing being to have tho dead air space. An inside tight frame, with tho outside partition of sod or ndobo bricks, well plastered together with clay mud, would do. If you live on a western farm and have moro straw than you can use, build a straw stack right over such n honso and icevwill keep in it the year round. Straw, coarso hay or chaff can bo used in place of sawdust for packing ice if you think any packing necessary. Farm and Home. 2 14 l'to2 Uofitottcr McGlnnls went to a Harlem doctor for advice. "What Is the matter with you?" "I am as hungry as a wolf and work llko a horse but I can't sleep." "I guess you hud better seo a veterinary surgeon," said tho doctor, sarcas- tically. "What do I want to seo him for? I am no veteran." Texas Siftlngs. A Dlffereucn In Ue (after tho Introduction) suppose you remember mo, but wo used to be in tho samo school class together. She I don't think so. When little girl in Sunday school, I ways in a girls' class. Ue But this was when you teacher. Truth. Hnd Suffered Herself. Dntr. I I I don't think Sunday was a was alwere a arrs. Ncttleton Who is the little, woman across tho room? Mrs. Llterly It Is Mrs. Iloncydcw. She has never recovered from the shook of her husband's death, two years ago. Mrs. Ncttleton Poor darling; I know how to sympathize. I was a widow myself for three months. Clilcago Inter sad-face- d epidoinie of glanders itj tlte stablos of a New York street air coniKtny durinjt In the corporate limits of Rowland. tho past suninwr, nnd it was remarked II. I. DARST.iRowland at tho time that there was criminal nm. lessnofrS in tho conduct of titoao having chargo of tho "table. Tho honea thai ITmxxn. 2Tor died wore dumped into tho city dead I my horso dulivery with the Teat. The con- - fromwill ielt privately on Farm ( 41 Acres, 1 mile Orchard, the seqnonco was that a youu Uurmitu, who good Ciab and well Improved Stanford pike. Iti laud with good dwelling, c. fall on me on the barn, vineyard, water, skinned one of tlwm ghuulcrrd lxvuua, proraUo caught th dUfftfto by th virus from 6jtf or address me at Crab Orchard NAItDI. JOHN DE tho horse's lxdy jotting into a sitmlf Bore upon his hand. lie died in horrible agony a few days after, with uniumtnk-abl- e symptom of ghUHW-r- . When a takra. He tenn up horse dios of iilumler tmrtt his body Tohave jour phetetraphs the with nil and don't stop to hkttt it. Ewes bred in November will bring And will eie)ou good atlractln. lambs in March. But the ewwt nut lie A J KARP, .Stanford iy thoroughly well fed and cared for from the time of breeding till the lamlroine. UnloM the hep owner vu j,ive thi care and has wifi quartern for Uw March lambs and known juat wh.tt to do with them, it is hotter in thenottHern part of the country to havo the lawl IN 1HK como in April. Now look out. .hifrt after the mTt tary of agriculture has officially proclaimed thoro is not a chm of pleuroOl'TUK pneumonia in the country is the ti tailor it to appear in some out of the way CHOICEST - CHARACTER farm down in uowhure. But tho fact ATTIIK thnt tho disease is apparently out is gratifying, bhowing that the mutual labors of the government and of 3uO breeders throughout tho country have not boon in vain. A full line of tho . Choicest Fruits Few of tho incuUitor men can raise and Vegetables and Swan's Down oggs enough at homo to keep their can be had at going, m) that raising oggs for the Flour incubator is last becoming a trade by itself. Last year good Christmas beeves sold Goods Delivered Free of Charge in the Chicago markets at from $0 to Terms, 30 Days. $?.13h hundredweight, which wns not at all bad. But tho beef had to bo first class. BANK . It was well known that thoro was an For Sal I FARM FOR SALE. Acre on the I willtr-l- ! privnielymy l'srraol Danville ft Stanford pike, f hreo miles (ram Sun well impiovcd, with dwelling of five fard. It is reoms, nrw barn and all necessary outbuilding., me alo hat fine tprtnR Call onKy on the premises or addresss me at Stanford, UUGF.NR KKLLKY 6, Vll Twenty Bullclin: Lota Salo. THE I RILEY HOUSE F. B. niLBY, Proprlotor, London, Kontuckv. , GotoEarp'sArtGalltry Latcyt Iniprovcniciits, -- have meved to my new Heiel and am better Brvpartdt'ian avert aceobimoditte lh rmelic attached aad avery convMieitce drill ed. Give me a all. FRANK RILBV. 77 Notice to tho Traveling Public. .1 litre had 111 THE SMCLTON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have conaection with Hotel one or the Uett In ihe Slate, open day and night; anight man meett all tralnt In coniiettion with Houm have alto one of the bst Alireral wells in Ihe State and for reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs G W. Patrick. Leultville, Mr andMrt. Fleyd Ingram, Krln, Term , A. A.Warren, Sianiurtl, Dr. I K. Proctor, C II llraum.Mr and Mrs T. W. Hamilton, Rowland. Mr and Mrs P. 11. Johnton, Nw Haven, lira Cox. Greensburif. Ralet Jj per day J M. Petrey, clerk Give me a call oteiy J. W CARRIER, Prop. 111 nt Fresh Groceries Greatest Abundance WEST FBXCJSS. drhtr Icnotety Stanford and vicinity I will for to 100 pounds ICE JS.3SST3Q B3S3SH. nwriiiHK to fxmillct in at 50 cciiit ptr 100 poundt: at the rate of 6a cents, ami under fa pHiwli at thr rate of 7 cents I call sptnlal atlentieti te tbe John I'rcnn.r Urewing ts.'s Crlekratrd1 I. X. L. Deer, for which I am scent. Will furnish in ellhe kci; or bolile Write for price. i)tf K. I1KF..MKR. Sunferw, Ky Iitan II. Cattleman A. C. ma-chiuo- s JESSE I. WEAREN'S I.tahsn ROYAL fnsuranee Company, OF LIVEUPOOI.. FIRST NATIONAL OF STANFORD. KY . Ocean. A .Musical Instrument. '"" JOHN 1 P- - Original Jellico Coal. the-ar- o .CT.HI.HIIXiTOIsr rIsi nt Attention of the public is invited l the fae that this is the only National Hank in Slanferd Commorce Building, Under the provstos of the Nailawal Hak Act Ageatt throwghmit tne Swith. depoutors are seemed not olv ky tat capital an neck, butbv the .uxkhoUeis' lialrthty ao INat depositors ol mount equal to the siotk, by a fuml f Jjoo.oo (hit Institution are Klve tworn sUtMoents ef thcomlitwn el Ihe bank 'V7. Uuited States governareiHsdcrachyeartoibe STANFOIII). KV ment and Itsrssets are examined al state times sy government agent., thus securing adaditoaa tnd perfect safely to depositors.ettaWishtd a. to nfoid. I'arly Acres of Land, 4 mile. This institution, originally THK STANK JKDr- then terKa Depotit Ikink of Stanford In half cleared, balance in timber, ceod archard, W anil never failing inriHiis, and a .mall home. tied as the National Hank ol Stanford la Iksak ol Kirst National G.T. McROHERTs gain wtf hat had practKally aa MMer Stanlerd in years It Is brtier sapptitd rupted exiitencrof now with Uctlitlesfe transacting Has contracted wtirirepaMMe drcst far and and will have the Ueaad Ittrcsrle PlantsIts plan It liberally than ever before in its laiig flu-culy and compie aenerable career Atewnla f corporations, toHc-tc- d tfl In about sixty dart; tko Water llant toon afLincoln firm, and UdivHluaU respectfully ter. lo older to place individual enntracla in adAcre.; rich, If sold befoie the mtof January. The Directory ot thl. Hank it campe4 ol vance for Water and Blettrii.- - Light, the Company product! ami well located. Apply to effort tbe falUwtag- ef Staniord; T. J. Potter, Ky W. E VARNONgStsufnid, 7, Necessary water pipes will be laid, aonuected te Fercstus Reid, LIikoIb county ; tar pipe and work. maint at actual Electric wiret put In and ntcetsary riitwret J.W. Haydea, Ssaaferd; , free at S II. tlaughmai, To be of ijnaHty tini fuAriStsci is jl.fc Sit. VerBn; satttfaetion. S. T. Harris. I.lnsln, The aeliedule af adopted rates Is f recti; 1030 : : per cent, lower than It usttally Jfivft j. S. lloeker Staaferd, G. A. Lackey, Lincaln; Known as the J, D Carpenter plact. situated Schedule of T. P. II ill, Stanford. miles from HuMoiitille, on the Mlddlcburc pike. W. G Welch, Stanford! The place is well improved and In a healthful loDwelling or ),rnm,CHie faucet $ ta cality. For particulars, address W .! Tate, Stislwd, . ... Kah additional j MRS. W I. IIKDDKKS. OFFICERS Each additloaal faucet 1 co Mo. ;6imeot ioo Olive Street, Kansas City, I Staf 1, lltnkt and Piivalc Officrt, lauct J at S lloeker, Pretideni; Ikitht, private, one IshciL. 3 00 John J. McRobetU, Cashier; Hose attachment tor tprinklcr McKlnney, Astutant Cathltr. A A. Stables, private, ow animal .......... ...... . t aa Each aadltiaaal animal .. on u Dealer In When When Wli?n When lUliy tww riefc. wo (tun Uw CasterU. fJio wa n Child, hn cried for OttMoria. slia liccamu Mt, rim clime; to CnMortA. slio had ChtMmn, she pave Umw Qtotorla. Capital Stock- Surplus 3200,000 BA R13EK & CASTLEM AN 20,000 MANAGKKS, Louiavllla lr ered A. TEXBELE, Losal Aijaat, LAND FOR SALE. to iS, i. Watertight and Ice Co. bfteprnpl Bargainer CountyfFarni n. ii ct d FOB KE1TT. Lintoln.-M.J.MHter- A -- SPLENDID FARM, vic 'wr?"!!. if lt Yearly Water Rates. 1 ihi ....... ..... ju 1 Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Confectioneries, Ac. baker and can lurnitb Has with him a S; read, Cakes and the like on short notice. first-class P. STRAUB, JU. T. t. CLAKkK. EUSTIE ja-3- m YEAGER, M Ai Not About C.lutitx. public. NEW RIGS AND HORSES Have been purcKmed and nothing tumuuts will leave the ttabld. 37 but first-cla- .s Give tlicm a Call. Little Dick Tell us about tho giants, Mr. Do Talk. Guost I don't know much about giants, 1113 boy. Little Dick That's quoer. Papa said he heard you telliu' Sis some tall stories. Good News. TRE GOFFEY MOUSE STANFORD, KY., JOSEPH COFFEY,iPror. renovated ami relurnishad, is now lnoyVharseAr.d I intend to conduct it so as to nooynly maintain its high reputation, but to add ol frieu3.. Special, accommoda-lioto lu in f"r ammerelal travelers and rim roouis.for thedliploy of sample. n. A First-Clas- s POOL dniLLIARDand ;. UOOaed. I Saloon I'ald for Wliru Used. Poet (timidly) Do you pay anything for poetry? Oh, yes, Editor (encouragingly) YEARLING HACKNEY. when we use it. It is the fashion of courso, but if the Poet (confidently) Do you use any? fancy breeders would only allow jnst a Editor (calmly) No. Tuxas Sittings. little more tail to these fino hackneys it A bad Atlatr. would be a relief to tho beholder. The "Nobody could over tell the Hudson mutilated stump sticking up like that in the picture is both hideous and painful, twins from each other until they foil in and we dou't caro what anybody fcuys. love with the same girl." "And then?" Otherwise this yearling of a breed of "Oli, then there was a serious ditrer-euc- e horses fast growing in favor as riders and drivers is h beauty. between them." Jury. CASH &c, at iHighest cash market price paid for Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, M. F. rt ELKIN & CO., STANFORD. KY, At tho New York food show some of tho dairy bulls exhibited were more lit for a fat stock show than to be put up (13 tho head of a dairy herd. One of tho prize Holsteiu biren weighed 2,700 pounds. The creatures wore in some cases too fat and lazy even to stand upright any length of time, Among the qualities such monsters as theee would transmit to milk and butter cow would certainly not bo thoso of firm flesh and hardiness. In general dairy bulls get far too little exercise, owing in great measure to the danger of allowing them at large. But in no case should they be kept juit tied up by tho neck in a etall to get fat ,ind soft. A I'opulur Young Mini. Nellie Mr. Haraphat, tho millionaire's son, is engaged to me. Ada That's nothing. IIo is engaged to Jennie Smith and me, too. Chicago News Record. Amenable. Not to care for the will of the father Is the way with wild children, 'tin said; xnA yet there's ono time they would rather Come under hU will when ho'a dead. Judge. the Test. "Did he give you a diamond ring when you accepted him?" "I don't know whether he did or not antil I show it to tho jeweler." Truth. AValtluR for Fortttiec p tacawdnceHt lamp per ,mo . ,, ( SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL M. ,,1 . If ,1 H It y l HANK OK STANFORD, PRACTICAL.... . " 4th" " " ' " " Now doting up) with the tame attetsand undel For each addltmnal " the same management. Steam Fer lurliier lafwrmatieti, apfty ta Ily provitiens ef Ittchaiter, depoutors are si fully protected as aie depositors in .NatlonU J. W. HAVDEN.SHrTt, &c wtt Dealers in all kinds of Iron and llravs Goods lor Banks, ita shareholders being held individuals and waler. Sanitary Goods of all kind.. All liable te the extent ol the amount of their stejk steam wurk guaranteed against defective material anil therein at the par talae thereof, in addmeu to the workmanship .mount invested in such shares. It may actat executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully at in individual To those who entrmted their bul.inet. ta u while mnaeiHi; tbe Lincoln National "auk Stanford, we we here tender owr ra.nr thank, and trust they will continue lo transact their bttHnvstn with ut, oHorlas at a guarantee fer prompt alien-lioKy. in to uiM.iwr twenty years' 'JZZ I hate .in ic banking and at liberal cciiie4Wti a are Huittbio r'AXMS f jrate l the very best H Laadsia with touad haMkin. runty r amis are nil well itro".d an. I go, IUHXCTOHH. richlaada. lu.minc in m from to ta on A rr CoAwlsriac ihtt K aiuy their rithacta aiwt fer J. J. Wllhamt, Mt. Vffaen; tllltr t soil, the crniveiiiastte uf lurnkes and rail Cities. And all other J. M. llaM.SUNlwd; rtMHts that bnag marksls rifat to outdoor, thty are cheaper than the Lands ef aay esher lOunty in J. S. Owry, SwMtfard ; al Shortest Line butween !.outvill, LtatngM '1 here it watiely a rarttt Dm) State in m uuii lia.tera Peii.U. S.J. Bwty,Stle4; ty over 3 aillet from a ilttaot. H. t.yrwi, Siaafvrd ; J. '1 he cauiiiv it chasked wlih lurnptkes NOV. i, iSyt IN KKFFCT running A. W. CarpeHter, MiUedgsviUc, inevery dtreitiuB 'I here w not a public run.' ta aria; the county seat that it wot ifaceiian. ir, J. F. Cath, Staaforu; We have the Knoxvilla Ilraach ol the I. ,V ,N It William Gooch. Sianlord Ky R. dividing th cnuNly from liast 10 West auiltho EAsIHOlND. Lve. LenirfCtM S. II. Skaaki, President C S. K R from North lo Sooti.; the K C. R R J lef Atlantic Exprota No. at, daily II Ow.ley, Cathier. Irom this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C Ac U J Midland Accommodation, No. 6. ex SHn.j1.4aam at Winchctter, giving full access to the market! ol 6 Win W. M llrlght, Teller VestitHiled Kxpr, No 4 daily Ihe whole world. have thrw large 4, en. Shm ,....- Mt. Sterling Accorn , I'lour Mills 111 the county that give us a market for all our gram light at heme; and the develop Lexington: WEST HOUND Atr. ment of ihe mountain regians of Hattern an I.exiinton Accoau. Nit 7,ex ,Sun . ... . 7 JSm Kentucky b7 lailroadsand . i.spm Loui.vUlc Express No. si, daily let Sonth by railroads hat created tMvh ih. , 4 ISP"! No. sj, ex Sun Lexmetuii Acem. for all k.ml.of ccrealt andt uretender that . 6. 10pm VesttbuUd Express No-- 13, daily I he people are protperout , generou. ind klnj c.im vtti,.i1t Train with Dintni? Car. No believing in Chrittianlty and education. bus tranfrrs it not a neighborhood in the count v nu, 1" without from I.eMLglfm Through Sleeper u' gcod church and tchool-hStanford, the county teat of Lincoln 1. r. II. RYAN. W. r UM.FR. II ,,, perou. little city of A.i't Gen. Paw. Ajt . Gen. Pass. Agt, the great doorway from , he North "rid Cincinnati Washington. D. east .South and from the Nonhweti lo iH..,i. OSCAR G. MURRAY, Traffic Manager. ,, lnin ,h hfa"' and standing as it does om of the undorioped mom itf.n. of Kentucky backed mh .'Urn region ol the Stale w'.th railroad", unnlni. .hUr,L" 1,r,ouF1h it to all points of the compatt, mk "," iy one of tne be.t located tow,, , mannfact.tret and other Water Works are now belnf agitated auTnahl aboclhe town about there could be erected Water Work. wf.S "t."" Hitler cost that would aitpplr a --Vf,Jr Schedule Oct 10, 1&9. biJt wift0 h'a habitant; .th the littlo city has been now7y JlhuNi m word. Ihe last lew years at, it. bu.lnet, DAILY LEAVE NORTON ho.caard rc, idence. will with pretention.. Our merchant,8. radelmln 1V p m'for Graham, lltuefield, I'oeahentjs and 1:30 all protperout aud doing ,"to liitermedmie stations. a capiUl oc fh aw Illuefield, Radlord, Roanoke, and 1000 a m tor protperout and in a good roudillon Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via have splendid tchools. We have a Roanoke) for Washington, Hagcrstewn, Harris-ur" College, a large lmck building, York. over" Philadelphiaand New atUndancc and nrlneln.! S?r PU. Pullman Sleeping Cars from LouWville to Nor. Wof. J M. ilnbbard, under the U In folk via Norton and Radford; alto Radlord tion. We alto have a Semlnarv ihar 1. . 1 New York, ia Shenandoah Junction, also school, with Prof II. F. l8wd Washington; also from Lynchburg to Rich- to have one of the oest Public "school buIldS JY thit section of the State, wllhor GoodItuSR 5 'trains tor Pocahonta.. Powhatan and attendance, and withotner will leave Illuefield daily at 6 10 a 111,8 30 a m, a 20 you sec ou, tchool facilities Krelx?cUent ' Dealer In the above p m and 7 is Pu; , We have elegant church to a m daily lor Kenova and Leave Ulueficld every q 35 p m Orders Hogs of has denominat on, with abullningi.rcpretentlnir Cattle, Sheep Z,li full Columbus, O. Arrive Columlms h,?.I.,tK"' clats talenl and are hhm Miiwrui.. AUUltlOliai iraiu. iwr Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. than any clats of men in domga Teller m daily, Pertons having any of the the city. tations ou Elkhorn leave Illuefield ai p dallV above described tlork I have tried to make this I fOirl ttlS ElSI I..- - rrtm at ..-- ., 'I ..- -. for sale or with) tig to purchate same, mil do well without any itatement fact, IIIIIID.1! .exaggeration or coloring. 11 30 p m and? ao p m to call ou or address me Au experience of fifteen who know will bear tie out, and thote who w?h For further information al profit to hat been agent of Norfolk Jfc e.tern Rail- yean in Ithis business profitable ofboth to theme and to buy plea.ant homes at lair prices and 1 think can make It jc buyer a good people with all the W ll.HEVILL. road"? 10 a- and teller, P O. address SUnford.Ky. bet surround 100 Ctn JaM Aj(i KMnokCj V"U Office at the Myers Mouse. m0 bcfo'8 chan'tii Siewher; STR.&TTB & CO., l'or commercial utet OF STANFORD, KY.. One arc and three c. p. Incandescent lamp Sfa te r vt ar. I. now fully organised and ready far bvtinc.t with Fer c. p. each iHCxraWtent lifht. per ma, ' 141 . . I. - $200,000. 9. Paid up Capital of - 19,000. Far Restdente U Surplus, . 1 1 Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. Electric Light Rates. CO 11 Plumbers ,and Fitters. " H. T. BUSH, Stanford, i.t CHESAPEAKE & OHIO REAL ESTATE AGENT lTte RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, litrn nrwcfl coo-mlv- nt 1 N. ildet, 1 South-easter- , J. ' Thi aUt f 'nuXST NWNorfolJtiMemlli ih."." entrprl.f mSud.r three-fourili. .'i' . ololXi!ln V-- r,n,t. Rad-for- d &! WILLIAM 3IOKELAND, for and ,S P.r,,n -- .. "un -- Nrtf-tn.- '" " Wat-amon- " P' a .JU-- t