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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892111801 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. apr" - - Semi-Weekl- y f Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 18. 1892. NO. 76 MIDDLEBURG. DANVILLE. VOL. XX. LIBERTY, CASEY.COUNTV. i MT. VERNON, ROOKCASTLE COUNTY. I m il Wlilto & Mng uru putting In a corn Thotima 0. Comb was trluil before Judge Myora lnt TuoftJiiy on a writ 1h grinding mill at tlile place. Hov. John Oarniiortl lately closed a luuatlco Incjulrendo nnd wia jutlged in A'icliorago meeting at Flat Lick with 22 additions. mine. Ilo was taken to tlio Mr. M. C. Williams' family, who Asylum Wednesday by Jailor John T. .. ... i i n vmu-bt- y. iinvo been alllictud v. itrown aim comity nuurmv with diphtheria, aro Typbol I (over was said to bo tlio rapidly recovering. tyuso of blfl unfortunato condition. The minorities in this county at tlio Cleveland! friends bad ono of the iato civet ion were as follows! Harrison grandest jollifications boro on Saturday M7, Hole 3M, Mulllne, republic, for night ever known In tlio history of Lib- sheriff1, SS7. erty. ItxIs true tbotbo orowil was not -- Mr. William M. Weber, a retired nxtremelv lamo. but what tlmy lucked business man of this place, had bin leg in sizo whs made up in enthusiasm. The brokon near the ankle, a few days since, Middleburg band was her) delivering while moving n barrel in his smoke'tbo lineal of music. The handu of the house. republicans were warmly Hhukon by Tlia Iwys celebrated last Saturday tbolr Cleveland friondH. Tlio democratic night with Hiivils, ifcc At (Jiail u big It was the time was had. Klght anvils wore kept hoiiBoa were Illuminated. first illumination the writer lias witnos-u- d golug for hours ami enthusiasm was alnco 1HIS, at which time it was a rampant. bIkh of the downfall of Lewis Cass and Candidates for tho post ollices are tbo oxhallation of lalmry Taylor. A thluker than Juno bugs in blackburry torchlight procession was formed and time. This place can boast of at least 10, inarched through all the principal pub- Hrodhead as many and' other ollices in lic squares ami streets of Liberty. A tho county in proportion. nnd Judgo Lair, K. A. Herrin, I). C. meeting was hold at the court-hous- e Stouo went through the mo- I'oyiiUtr and James Marot wore tho lieorgoK. tion of nddnwalng it, but tberu wn no guests of Mr. Thomas Taylor, last Saturmuch appUiint) that nobody could tell day, to partake of an opimom dinner. whether George said anything to the It la needless to say tlmt all enjoyed purpose or not. Among tbo conspicu- themselves. Mrs. Anna Miller, of Zinesville, has ous men in thu Middleburg delegation veteran in the returned home aftur a short visit to relwas the silver-haire- d cause, II. U. McAnlnch. Ilia not known atives hero. Capt H. L. Myers is in whether Uncle "How" is aspiring for a from Woodbine. Mr. G. W. Haker and position in thu cabinet or not. His long family, of London, were bore during tlio devoted service to tbo party entitles him week. A Misi Pennington wai adjudgto consideration. Everything paused oil' ed a lunatic last week and sent to Lexpleasantly, notwithstanding many of thu ington. Mr. John I'oarl stopped oil' opposite permission folt a littlu sore on hero on his way home from louisville. , in.. n.i the National contest while they were Joseph Howard, who Hhot and fataljubilant over the county race. It is said ly wounded Hrnce Wiltnotat Ilrodhoad, n big "to do" will bu held at Middleburg some lime since, has sullicieutly recovTuesday night. fc. ered from the wounds ho received from Wilmot's pistol to be brought to jail CHURCH AFFAIRS. here, though lie had to bo carried ou a cot, Wednesday he wss brought out on Prof T. M. Hawes, the ulocutlouint, has been licensed to the a writ of haocas corpus and his attorney, illiams, announced ready for 0. C. Presbyterian ministry. trial. . Tho commonwealth not being UishopW. H. Miles, the nenior of tho Colored Metliotllot Hpiecopal ready tho case wai continued until next Moudav. Church, tiled in Louisville. G. II. Harris, paster of the Untver-aalis- t KATIE LEE AND Wi'J.IE G3V. church at North Orange, Mass., by shooting himself. committed suloldo Twa brown had with laughing eurt, No reason is assigned for tho rash Kttl lipi (hutting oter pearl, liar Irtt white ami wet with titw, deed, 'I wo rye I MacL ami cyet.hta: Ke v. and M rs. A. V. Sixemoro ha ve reI.lltlo boy a nil tctrl were they, turned from tbo Haptlst Association at Katla LccanJ Willie Grcj. Covington. Tho body will meet next Thjr wf ie tUndlng where a brewl', yesr In Lebanon, on the 3d Saturday in lUrHtinellksaahepherJ'a crowk, Flashed lt ailrcr, and thick rank October. Of green wllluw fringed St bank; Sam Jones has Just closed a 10 days' Half la thouglitanii half til play, meeting at Clarksville, Teun., in which Kalte Lee and Wlllio Grey. A saloon-1s- t it Is said great good was done. They had chr( like eherritn rcJ. who was converted has closed doors, mw ahead; lie n race liorws man there will dispose of ahr. with arm like wrcatht f , Swing a haiket t and fre, bis string and lead a better life and many Ai the IoitetoI, half In play. other persons nro wonderfully changed. well-know- n olll-ci- al lo rat-talle- r Chattering U Willi Crcy. t Tho Fanners' Alliance and Industri al Union of America is in session at.Mem phis. Mr. Stvartbout, n prominent citizen of Lyndown township, 111., was shot and killed in is stable. His body was wheeled to ft straw stack 100 yards away and thu stiiok set on tire. IUm two sons are accused of tbo horrible deed. While their sister a wedding recep tion was in progress at Cleveland, 0., Frank Murphy cut tho throat of his brother William from war to ear, killing Frank had refused to him instantly. taku part in tho festivities and it was while his brother was trying to get him to join tho guofdH that thu killing took "l'retty Katie." Willie Mid, And there came a daah of red '1 hruugh the broKrnnrtt o( hU check ' lley arealronj; and gtrli are weak, ' Ami I'll carry, to I will, KaUe't baket up the hill." Katie aniHcred with a laugh, "You (halt carry cmly half," Ami thenleaalng hack her euttl, "Beyeare wak aa vtttl a gW." Da yu think that Katy gHe4e4 Half the wh1q b-- ahe ire(lF Men araMtly grown laK, HearM Aw'i iIwm mnch alter aKj Ami w hen leng yar frwn tlwl thy, Katc I.ce aHd Willie Oiey a ga4 betide the Wrk, IImiiIihi: Hit a ahephord'g eroc Std l h MraHRD d that Willie yon aiu le--f !, plait'. couit-housu WW4 Cr-o- agaiH a Collector I'etur Crown levied soinu land and nilvortised it for salu at door, in Grayson, Carter county, thu levy being made in ordtir to colli el money to pay tho railroad tax indebtedness of tho county. Threo hundred men rode into town at thu timo for tho ealo and induced Collector Ilrown to not only forego tbo sale, tint to also resign bis position as collector. tiin th I am Urfc Life ie but a HuiMC Mh el re4 bra wnBM f kh thigb, bipry wJk, , with ihadowtcc4l h4 wp. trwtt mf, Kntlc Jear, ' Wlk tteU um withiml ! May t carry, If I will. All your bur4mM up the Mill' And i itniwered with a lauglt. ymi may ciwry Jlf." "N, Will yu ff bl Thera bealde th I)n. G. Goliwtbin, tho famous Optician of Louisville, will bo at Stanford on Monday, Nov. 21, nnd remain only two days. Those who nro in need of n pair of go'ou glasses should avail themselves of this opportunity to got their eyes excharge. Dr. Goldstein is amined of Dr. Huckliu's School of n graduate Optics, of Now York, and stands second to nono in his profession. Ho has been here before and gave universal satisfaction. Ho can refer to tho best people of this town as to bis skill as a practical and reputable optician. Can bo consult-- . ed at the Colfey House from 10 a. m. to ,'t r. h. each day. fa-oo-f little brtxk, lkrdding like a ahafihenl'a eroek Wathing w ith tta ailvor baiida l.alo and early at the sand, I aeottage, where to day KutielivMwith Willie Grayt Ih the porch the iltn, btl Swings a baiket ts and (n, Vattly different from the one I'hnt she awuug In yuan agric, ' 1 hi Is leng, and drp and wide, And has rocker on the side. (Fren the telcctitm of the editor's itwr, dead wife, and printed in loving Hmmory of her.) ad When Biiby was sluk, no Rvt her Casloria. Tien k1k waa a. Oilld, aha orlod for CastorUv. 'When sho bocamo JIIss, sho clung to CastorlA. Wben nho had Chlldiva, abe gare them Castorta. Y. M. C. A. OHicinl "Well, Charles, did you read tholtlblo through, aa I sug- ernor is only 21,287. "Youug man "Not much. Most of Tho same old story. William Bar thorn sayings Ib chestnuts." nett, a negro boy, attempted to rapo a Tho working girl clubs of Boston held white girl. Mob caught him and broke a meeting Sunday and resolved to peti- his neck. Maggie Evans, a little Italian! coun tion tho city council to withhold licenses theatrical companies displaying ty girl, lunched off the beads of matches. from all Sho is an angel now. ,posteis picturing women in tights. of information from gested?" The plurality for tho democratic Young Man "Oh, yes." presidential ticket in Illinois is L'7,057, Oillclal "Didn't you got a good deal whilo tho plurality for Altgold for gov it?" A. II. Humphrey's sahool closed A new furnauH lor heating purposes Friday. will be ready for use at the Baptist A peculiar type of sore oyes is go church Sunday. It cost 3150. ing tho rounds in this vicinity, peeulinr Jailer Shumate arrested Lafe Tilford Yes think, that is what we want you to do, when you read jn that it invariably attacks tho left evo Wednesday, charged with holng confirst. cerning in stealing J. I Carr's horso in Mrs. John Wiloher, Mra. J. 0. CoulMorcer county. Frank Dean, implicatter and Miss Lucy Swope attended tbo ed in thesimo transaction, was arrested For "He who thinks strikes deepest and strikes safely." Don't say democratic Jubilee at Liberty last Satur- last Thursday. Tilford was takfn to Special offers are chestnuts. The morsel of bread at your plate is a day niiiht. Harrodsburg Thursday morning. While thu Yosemito democrats were Ben Hrock washout to tho work- chestnut, still "Would'st thou not hunger without Listen here a 'jubilating" a fow nights ago a ctieeky house fur :50 days TnHday for st nhiig a few minutes: reptibliain hallooed, "Hurrah for Ca- cost and vest from James Crouch Ho gey !" J. S. Davis, a staunch democrat, at first contended that ho had bought rebuked him by saying "Damn Casey. them from Sa:n N'ikirk, but finally weak Sho wouldn't nuke an onion pitch." ened and admitted tho theft. Brock is a Tlio election here was not aa quiet young white man from near Somerset. A residence belonging to B. .II. Per- Ladies Shoes, 35 cents and up; Standard Colicos, 5 cents and up; cofas it might have been by a jug full. A warof words took place early in tlio kins, on Cemetery street, occupied by fee 22 '4 cents and up; Dress Goods, Wool, 25 cents and up. We day between Dr. J. 0. Dya and his son, George Waters, burned accidentally on lead all in Finishings, It. R. Men's Supplies a specialty. We arc headquarters for all kinds of o'clock. Lo?s $2,000; Wilford, on ono side, and J. C. Coulter Tuesday at iu the Agricultural, of Watertown, nnd John Wiloher ou tho other, which, but for tho prompt interference of X. Y., for $1,500. Mr. Waters saved most : friends, might have resulted badly, but of his efiects, somo of them in n badly quiet was restored and everything went damaged condition. Mr. E. II. Fox, who is to recoive Tinware, Salt, Stove-Piping- , Crockery, Qucenswarc, &c, always on smoothly until late iu tho nfternoon tho nnd post the weather bulletins, expects hand. Oh ! what fine buiscuits this republicans attempted to force Isaac Burdoll, an old negro, who looks like to liavo everything in readiness to begin anything else but a human being, to Monday. A white flag will donoto clear head the line formed in frout of the vot- weather; bluo flag rain or Bnow; half Makes. Try it. We have Fish, Oysters and Celery every Friday ing room. This was regarded by tlio white and half blue, local rain; black We buy hides, furs, feathers, eggs, &c- Lookout for triangular fiig. temperature signal; white and Saturday. democrats as an insult untl they seemed They arc coming to Rowland. All Hag with black square in centre, cold our immense line of Xmas goods. determined that ho should tnko bis place kinds of fine Qucenswarc, Decorated Lamps, &c, &c. Candies, cakes iu tho rutr like other men and vote wave. Messrs. E. H. Fox, G. H. Dobyns fruits, &c. Give us a call before buying, as we can save you money. when his turn came. Hot words were ami G. I). Mahan, trustees of tho Knights , Respectfully, pass-idwhen Frank Wolls, a republican, of Honor, have paid to Mrs. Malinda O. who ii pressed of much more gib than Tomple, widow of Win. P. Temple, 0, brains, give N'elon Wiloher the d n the amount of Mr. Temple's policy lie. He got a spit for his impudeuco. in the order above mentioned. This polA regular Sullivan and Corbett knockicy cost less than $300 and was paid in down took place, but they were aeparat-e- d after tho second round before either less than 30 days after the death of Mr. Tomple. of them was much hurt. There was of whisky on tho ground and plenty J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. more real drunk men than I over saw at A brother and brother-in-la6II1,, 1892. of an election here before. Everyone Miss Nannie Wright, of Louisville, mado seems well pleased with the kaugaroo Full corps pfComcrvatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses ia Literature ballot, notwithstanding the republicans Joseph Keisel, of Carrolton, become the An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circular furnished on application. Mutlc and eleotod their entire ticket. Wo all feel Iinsband of that young lady at tho point of a couple of pistols. Keisel had ruinjust as happy as a big sunflower. ed tho girl. Invitations have been received here JUNCTION CITY. to themarriaga of Mr. Luther B. Givens, 15. II. liurchell, of Danville, as usual formerly of this county, but now in the made his regular Sunday evening's visit Hvery business at Harrodsburg, to Mies to tb is place to see his little beauty. Lillio Young, a Versailles belle. The During the year 1892 I shall keep constantly on Wo orgauized a brass band hero a event occurs Thursday, Nov. 24. hand a full and complete fow nights ago and aro practicing most stock of Samuel Smith nnd wife, of O., every night, soil will not bo long before foil out and parted 43 years Kent. ago. Each wo can have as good music as our neighhas married, but each of them was callboring towns. ed on to mourn tho loss of a lifo part-noElder J. Q. Montgomery, assisted by Fate made them meet a few days Charles Powell, is holding a .protracted ago and thoy began courting nnd were meeting hero, but tho crowds have been afterward married. very small on account of the election. My stock of At Martin'B Ferry, Ohio, Miss Lula It is hoped there will ho more interest Williams' wedding and her mother's shown uow. death took place inside of 15 minutes. Miss Lilliu Shannon, ono of our at- Mrs. Williams was expected to dio and Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ot tractive beauties, has been sick for a fow knowing that her daughter was to marry drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas days, but is out again. Miss Mollio Beaz the next week, she made a request that D.uvron in charge. A. R. PENNY. ley, ono of tbo business young ladies of sho be permitted to witness tho scene the Tribble House, has gono to spend a and the wedding waa changed to a week few days with her sister in Somerset. J. earlier. Tho wedding occured; by the 1. Hanna baa been at his homo in Cin- bedside of the mother, who died in a cinnati for tho last week attending tho few minutes after the cernmnnv wno election, but has returned to his largo said. planing mill, bringing with him several A COLORED TEACHER'S EXAMPLE. of Cincinnati's best mechanics to tako ohaigoof his machinery here. J. L. Hose, Worthy of Immltatlon by Both White and j of this plav, spent several days in Har- Black. roilsburg last week. Frank Wilkorson, (To the Editor Interior Journal.) Is keceiving His F""3 Mrs. M. M. Richardson, our teachpr, of Burgin, spent tho election holidays in has done a great work for our district this place. botli in tho school-rooand out, notIn Tornadoes. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. withstanding the difficulties. Wo wantThose living iu portions of our coun- ed to buy a lot and erect a school-houstry exposed to tornadoes will bo glad to thereon, as wo needed one badly. Very know that scientists tell na there is al- few iu thu district own tho houses they ways warning of the approach of a tor- live in. Wo aro very much scattered nado to those thai aro observant. Clouds and our means aro scarce.) She was away may be seen hurrying together in tho eight months, during (Late Alexander's Hotel.) which timo we southwest and west, a low, dull roar of could not raiso a penny. On her return tho wind in those clouds may bo per- in three months' time she raised for us Rates S2. 50 Per Day. ceived, while there is n great stillness if IS. With this sum and what she raised and sultry beat in the air; till of which for us last year we have bought a lot nnd Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-HousHigns arj sufficient to bid people look for erected a school-room- . Somo in our safety. This safety they will uover find district were very : much dissatisfied and A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, V. R. LOGAN. in any easterly direction. Ono who were not willing to give, because wo did J. J. Marshall, clerks. Manager. as it conies .should seek not build a union church. Sho persuadsafety to the right. Tho only absolute ed thoso who were willing to prepare a. c. SINE safety, however, is to bu found under- baskets and to do so J. N.MENKPKI and appointed basground, in tho cellar of the house, if it is ket meetings aud begged her friends to a wooden lionso, as the storm will whirl como from neighboring towns to help oil' the beams and bo irds of the struc her. They Beem now to bo better satis-tieture; but if it is a brick or stouo house, since they find they can worshin in the shattered walls will only tumble in; the school-roojust as if it had been a the brick or Btono house, moreover, will ' union church. We, as trustees, with our fall Booner than the wooden one, which teacher's assistance, tried through many tlio tornado counyields and gives. In difficulties to do just as our worthy sutries especially in the more open por- perintendent commanded us: "Cu'ld a tions, there should be an underground Office " Wo have built as nearly Ky. place provided for refuge, with its roof on tho plan he gave us as wo could. Her arched ami strengthened by masonry school is drawing near iu close and our and beams, so that it cannot be broken district will join us in saying of her as in by anything heavy falling upon it. was Baid of Dorcas, "This Jwoman was Harper's Bazar. full of good works and almsdeods which Covktous. Indigent and Seedy man sho did." Row Ltrking Stewart, of and Rev. FrauklShields, of Daneldorly lady) "I'lease (to I laving bought out the remnant of the stock of John 13. Fosrer enough to give ville, preached for ua each meeting nnd I am now disposing of it at less than cost in the mum, would you bo kind basement of Severassistance to a poor man just out o tlio with their influence did great eood. ance's store, preparatory to Strangers from other towns and districts hospital?" Elderly Lady (sniflling tbo air) "Go seemed to sympathize with us and with 'way, you bad man. You smell bo their help we succeeded in raising tho sum of $48. The names of thoso living strong of rum l I can fairly Mate it !" In the district who recently subscribed "Yon kin, muui?" and paid to assist ua are aa follows: Alox In the new storeroom of Mr. Withers, now nearing completion. I "Yes, I can." $1; "I wisht I had your smeller, mum." Thurman,Vetef Willie Coflev, 50c; John am agent for and have on hand the Oliver Chilled Plows, Studebaker Coffey, $1; Belle Lee. 50c; fr00ir2i and the Dicks Famous Feed Cutter. bo the proper thing for re- M. N. Richardson, 25c; Nannie E. Rich- Wagons It will now ardson. 36c. It will be to your interest to give me a call. ra to learn tho poppublican BknTriimlb, David Bailkv, Henry topical aong, "I want a situation." Bright, Trustees. ular OUR SPECIAL OFFER h" v Mens mMiMM: $2.50 Hardware, - Groceries, obelisk: flotjr STEPHENS & $2,-00- KNOX. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September w PENNY. DRUGGIST AND JEWELER A. R. M r. Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. ToiletArticles Glass, Books, WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWEfcHTT m FAlLJLWXKfTIII5M (GMDOBS e THE WILLARD. e, Louisville, Ky. SINE & I d, Proprietors of The MENEFEE,. i si 3 m j i I STANFORD LUMBER YARD, and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, school-room.- Bon-eyvill- e, TO THE PUBLIC Pull Stock of Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, &c., i severe-lookin- g Opening Out a ofllce-holde- J. K. Van A21SDALE. n aiii-1 i'riirtyiirWrg ifMrariiiitfiS tfT Hjini iWiffl Hinili "f , iHitfriff tn ti i unfc iinint m$ yxiiijj ,...: Laj mV- - wpfvuynftWU; wyflHMww rjim,ym,niQ M I PT" --Tho Louimllo Elks will Boon erect The Knntuoky democrats mako oue tired. There are Ecortw of applicants for n $50,000 building in that city. Lillian limorson, widow of tho poet, every position to b filled under tho government and in nine cases out of ten Ralph Waldo Kmoraon, Is dead, ngod 00 STANFORD, Ky., NoVEMIiRIt IS, 1892 tho applicants are the least deserving yoars. from a politic! ntnndpoiut of anv tnon Tho Court of Appeals Is hearing the in their community. In fact tho com- World's Fair case to compel Auditor W. P. monest horses are entered in every race, Norman to pay the appropriation. All trains on tho Cincinnati Southit seeming to ho the gunural opinion that tbo government ought to support those ern woro delayed Monday by tho caving : mon who have been n failure in overy in of a 000 foot tunnel near llarriman. We for J. Ik U. II. Cooper, biisincsa attempt thoy over made. Wo can fell this class of gentry right now Shrader, Louisville, is missing, as also is and here that Gleyolaud will not ap- soveral hundred dollars of his employ Likk tho gallant old rooster that he is, point them to anything if he finds out er's money. Kminott Loflftn, makes n epccioua pica what tuannor of men thov are. Football is such a craze in tho Kmt for tho women in tho mnttor uf post that men stood in lino all night in He thinkn that as they cu not sit Gk.s Wheavek is a sanguine old soul. ordor to purchase tickets for tho Yale ( astride i whisky harrel in a Tho fact that he carried n State or two Harvard match. because thoy nro not built that way, nnd has turned his head and ho now claims Presidents and owner of Southern as they make tho bent of party holds tho that his railway and steamship lines met in New being as n rule free from speculation and of power and Urges n compact or- York to regulate transportation rates and peculation, they ought to be allowed ganization. Ho thinks the populistn stop rate cutting. this one chance to make a living. In tko will elect the next president, but we'll Tho Whisky Trust is reportod to go weak smaller offices we agree with the gentle- bet him a basket of Georgia rotten eggB havo purchased five more' distilleries, los wecli, man fully, but for the presidential is ns much mistaken as if he had cated nt Cincinnati, St. Louis, Nebraska that he we are inclined to the opinion that burned his shirt. City and Pekin, III. wool a man is better suited for them. "We can Mies Lucy McCoy, a saleswoman at too we I.v none of the tables of votes do we expect nnd demand more from men tho Now York Store, Louisville, was and while it is a little more dangerous find any reference to Gen. fiidwell. Can struck by a cash box and knocked unwe can cuss them with more grace when it be that tho prohibition leader did not conscious, from which sho is still Bufl'er- get any votes in the late election, ing. things go wrong. when he was promised a million ? Ono States Attorney General A census bulletin, just issued, not- thing is certain, he didn't carry a single Garland i3 said to be desirous of securwithstanding the enumeration was made State, nud even Weaver can crow over ing his old place under Mr. Cleveland in Juno, 1S90, sajs there aro 1.590JG2 him. Shoe and his name will bo presented by his , whites and 2GS.173 negroe3 in Kentucky. Sen'atok Caklislg is of tho impression Arkansas friends. The number of males exceed the females Mrs. Lease, of Kansas, has a hankby 23,831, po it will ho wen that if all that the financial affairs of the country ering to bo Senator and she says if the the men want to marry thoy will have to may render nn extra sessional Congress constitution does not prevent her she Clevedeaden over the line into another Siato. necessary, in which event Mr, will represeut tho Grasshopper Stato at Kontuckian, uaf d to beauty land will mot hesitate to call it. The Howover, a the National capital. and loveliness of character in women, senator does not think, however, that named Newman A would hardly go to Ohio or Indiana. If tho tariff alono would furnish sufficient Bhot and killed a striker named May- we that was the only altera Ue, they would reason for tho call. oth-liou- se nard at Carnegie's works at Homestead. glady accept the latter part of Paul's reattacked EvEitv ono of the old are Newman claims that Maynard mark, "They that marry do well, but smacking their lips in anticipation of en- him while no waB asleep. they that marry not do bettar." nt joying it for four years more, hut it William Saunders, a X.OT7IS ought to bo satisfied to tlm Biio.klmrham. Louisville, received Si'Eakino of the election of Hall to Beems that they his friond, "Si" tho circuit judgship in the Middlesboro let some of the other hungry fellows get 250 from England, took a bite. A now deal all around, if you Sloman, a waiter at the same place, out I. II. Swope sohl to nn Illinois pardistrict, the Frankfort Capital says: on a tear and was robbed. please, Mr. Cleveland. ty a lot of s4nib otUtle at Se. "For good, old fashioned democracy, William Morolaud soM in CincinnaAt Chicago Charles Ryan, of Sycafaithful through evil as through good reAn earthquake shook up California more, III., shot and fatally wounded Sli ti a d of extra hevy hogn at port, gp to the mountains of Kentucky. fit not giving Cleveland a plurality de Hefl and Frank Whittaker bocaueo 5 05 and four 6rJoda of tdiipptTS at Though beaten time and agiin tho aftor it seemed likely she would. Har the woman would not give up Whi tta-k- 3 36 to 1.90. mountain democrat are always ready rison pulled through by the skin of his It. P. Pepper tt Son, of Frankfort, lorlhim'and theu killed himself. for a fight. It was a bard fight they teeth, it seems. Albert Barnes, a merchant of Powell havo sold to A. E. Woodson, of Lomii from tho district had to make, and a man county, was 'assassinated by unknown tho Iwy colt, Rounder, yearling, by says it was gallantly made and names The Philadelphia Times thinks that persons while riding to his home, near villi, Norvall, dmn Soubrtte, by George John B. Fish and C. W. Metcalf. of Mr. Cleveland's pluralitv over Harrison was riddled with ritie Wilkt, for $1,000. Pineville, at two of tho men who did will approach 530,000. We's wager the Bowen. His body balls. Barnes had recently been acquitgrapevine, at! The splendid work." $15 in our inside pocket that it is over n ted of the charge of murder. Hampton Court, the largeht in England, million. TiiE'preeideut has .appointed William In appraising tho personal' ellects of and supposed to he 125 veaaa old, bore MOTES. minibter NEWSY Potter, of Pennsylvania, to bo the late Maj. D. E. Caldwell, formir nearly 1,200 hunches of grapes thin, year. P. Thompson, of Oregon, owner of the Lexington Transcript, a Tho fruit was packed in boxes and ent to Italy; David The Indiana democrats elected 11 paokace of bills was found containing to bo minister to Turkey, aud Edward C. to the Queen. out of 1.1 Congressmen. $3,5)52. It was stored with some odd Littlp, of Kansas, to be agent aud consul Forostus Iteid and J. E. Bruco stock J. T. G. Gait, a bundles in an old wardrobe. general to Cairo, Egypt. It's a pity the wvighed the cattio they sold last week, of Louisville, is dead. government will have to pay theso fel- broker That Indiana man who made oath Wednesday. Tho 32 of .Mr. Iteld Harrison's plurality in Pennsylva- that ho would moyo out of tho State if it points, to lows' jxpenees to go to those 1,514 nnd Mr. Bruce's 32 1,518. The is 20,034 less than in 1SSS. bo ordered immediately back by Mr. nia went democratic, como homo tho morn Utter dehorned his and trough-fo- d them, y AtParkersburg, W. Va., W. P. ing after tho election nnd found his wife putting on JJ50 pounds during tho last Cleveland. Tho diplomatic service is a ate a rat to pay an election bet. humbug, anyway, and we hope the New packing up the household goods. "NevThe general assembly of Knights of er mind, wife," he said, "there's no placo month. York Herald will succeed in ita effort to A Massachusetts veterinarian states Labor is in convention at .St. Louis. to go." have it abolished. that ho wai called to rnmovo tho eye J. T. Sweasy, of Anderson, raised a Tho rural democrats met m a school from a cow. Tim operation was buccoks- lives near cabb3ge stalk on which there were nine house at Mountain View, Ark., to jolli who JamE3 CimisMAN, fully performed, but, instead of healing High Bridge, has Bhown that he can not heads. fy, when two kega of powder exploded up, tho wound doveloped Gloves, what socmed Gov. Brown hss issued a proclama- and the hnildinc was wrecked. Three take a joke, and at the Bame time demgrew into like a button or bubble. This onstrated that his neck would fit a tion recommending tho observance of persons were killed and 15 badly injur a genuine eye, which has gained 4full Yon halter very nicely. Two years ago Geo. Thanksgiving day on Nov. 24. ed, the maimed barely escaping hurtling size and tho cow can see with it. to of tho Satellites ball will to death. The Queen Woods touched at him because he was There wore about 150 head of cattle OUT Stoclt. not enough of a mechanic to fix a reap be choseu from tho maids of honor on The geueVal impression is that Tam on tho market at Paris court day and all goaded his soul all tiie the evening of the ball this year. ing machine. It many will getlall the Federal patronage sold except a few mountain steers. MeCharlie Rank and Will Steen, both in Now York that it desires, but a New time since till Wednesday, when he dium 1,000 to 1,100 feeders brought 3.K" met Woods and killed him. Mr. Chris-ma- of Bucyrus, Ohio, were accidentally shot York dispatch gives ja statement from to 3J; yearlings about 3c; considerable deserves to be hung without judge, and killed while hunting Sunday. Mr. Thomas G. Shearman which is much inquiry for nice, good weight feeders, Five caseB of cholera aro reported on at variance with this view. It deserves jury or the benefit of tho clergy. John Marshall bought 13 medium the steamer Circassia, which is in the the tiger's share, however. old limit's nt $02.50 per head; but W. H. WKAKKX. Cleveland carried Illinois over liar St. Lawrence river, 180 miles below ijuo- MRS. A. W.JAMKS When thelBpresent administration few broke or aged mules on tlm marwhereaa tho latter car bec. rison by 27,057, nower itSfound a surplus of ket. i!amn into ried it four years ago by 22,195. To Chi John Hoey, until a year ago presi- nearly $50,000,000. Upon going out it W. II. Prowitt, auctioneer of Paint cago and Cook county are principally due dent and general manager of the Adams will leave a deficiency fof many more Lick, reports the sale ol ElijahLear, dethe credit for this wonderful result and Express Company, is dead in New millions than that and still the majority ceased, on the 10th inst., in Garrard Our new line of everybody will be gladder than ever that York. of republicans can see no cause to com- county, Farming impleas follows: They dethey got the World's Fair. Jesse Sykes, a farmer near Terro plain of President Harrison's administraments sold well; fat hogs 5c; medium serve that and all tho other good things Haute, Ind., had a fit and fell while in tion. and Stev- mare mulos, 2, 3 and I years old, $100; of life. his hog pen and was literally eaten up The election oflCleveland $80; brood mares f:V5 to $00; by the swine. enson, the preservation of an over- horse mules The directors of tho Owensboro, Falls young horses sold well; corn $1.50 to William Williams, a Pennsylvanian, whelming majority in the House of of Kougb & Green River railroad, decid-- and tho rescue of tho Sen- $1.75; hay nbout $15 per ton; cattle sold borrowed $000 to bet on Harrison's elecbig dinner, ed at their meeting Tuesday to extend tion. Unable to refund the money, ho ate from republican control were per- well. Good lively crowd, a Coal Hods, Vases, Pokers, Shovels, Kitchen Sets', Zincs, Russia tho road through Grayson, Edmonson, blew out his of the everybody for Cleveland and no sign of brains. haps the most bignal triumphs Hart, Barren, Metcalf, Russell, Wayne, IronJPipe, ect. hin'ory of the hard times. At Defiance, O., Danny Btichcr com- democratic party in the Whitley and Bell counties to Middlesmitted suicido rather than go to school, Republic. boro, but as no surveys havo been made . A. BlodJ where tho boya teased him unmercifully At Grand Rapids, Mi.-'- , yet, no one need get excited. because he stuttered. gett, worth 17,203,000, divided his estate Beautiful Crayon Porlraits Free ot tost to his Chairman Harrity says that the dem- into three parts, giving The Advocate claims to he the original law and his to his son-id ocrats of Pennsylvania contributed the son, Kentucky newspaper for Cleveland. We other third fcr Those Buying $10's Worth Goods aro of the opinion that the Interior most money to the campaign fund. The wife and retaining the Will receive KRKK a hamliotnc portrait ol their He then retiredfrom busines?, Jotus'ai. deserves that distinction, but National Committee is entirely free from himself. will friends their family, or for leaving his affairs in the hands of his sou furnUh or any ofand frame complete, i$ cash nil debt. ftoin.now picture as its editor does not want anything and .Dealers In January r, 1891 The Morgan Line steamer El Norte and perhaps the Dinville man does, wo will CAhlt IIAKCA1N STOKK, 11. F.JONES, SR has broken all records between! New 701m not "dogmatize" on the mibjcf. FARM AND TftAOE ITEMS. York and New Orleans, making the trip The Ohio Htuation eausrs our good from wharf to wharf in days, 10 hours John Hill sold to John F. Cash a Presbyterian friend, Brpr Logan, of the and 15 minutes. pair of work initios for $275. st AND Louisville Timea, to forget his early At the meeting of the Tobacco ManJohn F. Cash sold to Joe Embry for We, the umlerftignvd, hereby warn all raor training long enoiuh to remark: "Ohio ufacturers and Biiyenj' Association held Morris 10 cattle, 1,518 pounds avorage, IU not to hunt or fish upon our UniU or Waten, 19 still in doubt and we havo Joe Blackat St. Louis, N. Finzer was elected presi- at lc. hnilt being situated in whole or in pjrt in GarKentucky, and burn's word for it that, 'he who doubts dent and F. R. Toewater secretary. Both Robinson, of Garrard, bought in tho rard, Iloyleagree Lincoln counties,other lully in and Quccnswarc, Glassware. Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner to support each we hereby the Damn Ohio." jred gentlemen live in Louis- Hubble vicinity a bunch of feeders at enforcement of the law ogalnit any and all Ires Sots. Also agents for the Empire of the bon is damned.' Wheat Drill. parsers. ville. 21 to 2jc. This September 36, 1892. Tub office of district attorney is ono of William Brady, of Covington, at A. M. Feland sold to J. II. Swope 15 R. It. Illce, W. W. Yeaser, tho best Federal offices in the gift of the tempted to pay an election lubn W.Miller, bet bv swim, acres of land for S 150 and to same party A. J.Kice, president aud it will not go a begging in ining ( T. Hicginlxithain, T. L. Ilroaddus, thotOhio river. Ho was taken GO acres at $55. Cyrus Daily, M. K. Rout, this State. Already Hons. P. Watt Har- with with cramps and would James M. White. R. L. Hubble sold and shipped yes- A. D. Hughes, have A. M. and E. S. Uourne, Hrii;ht Herring, Craft, O. J. Bronston and a drowned hud not assistance din, J. A. come tp his terday to J. W. Cowder, Tennessee, 40 .a. Johnson, W.J. Mallard, legion of other good democrats are men. C. Vox, Alex West, rescue. mulo colts at $45. . II. Kemper. Frank. Kox, tioned for the place. Wheelbarrows, Cross Cut Saws, Fencing Wire and Staples, Haling j. J. Walker, The body of Bob Slaughter, a noted -- J. A. fc S. T. Harris sold to Talton It. F. ltoblnson. T. D. Chest uut, T. H. Robinson, Wire, Horse Shoes and Nice Toilet, Chamber and Dinner Sets.' of Chicago, 32 cattle, Nixon Perkins; Henry Walters, Ancielo Pjctrilio, who was hung on desperado, waB found partly devoured Embry for Morris, Jerry Wand, J II.Hourne, for mur- by hogs about 200 yards from the Belt- - averaging 1,475, at 4lc T.;M. Arnold, Tuesday at New Haveu, Conn., T. T. Pollard, T. I. Herring.' T. A farmer near Galena, Ind., planted K. V, Kox. Ir . der, began to cry "police" from the time line depot at Middlesboro. His death is W. II. Mots. Cook, J a mystery and his taking off a happy a single potato in his garden and from 1. i'. tioiirne, Mitchel Ilroaddus, tho death warrant was read to him till I. G.Aldrldge, William Hubble. Always on hand. All goods sold tho hill he is said to have dug 34 pounds S. J. Uourne, ;Erasmui Diiun.i drop fell. As usual the police did riddance. the lohn l'ope. A. R. and G. K. Tope, J. II. Rhodes, of Lewis county, be- - of potatoes. not respond. C.I.Doty, 'Jsntex Herring-camo angered because his neighbor, Sam James H. Enlow, near Amsterdam. S .Anderson, !; ,Y"Ker F. S llurdett, depurchased a farm for II I) Aldndce, Tiramin, rejoiced over the late election, Ind., lest spring Mb. Wattkrbon haa started out to F.. n sillier. Hertram apratt. I). G, Spoona inure', Or taken back. Goods promptly delivered. liver 150 lectures on "Money and Mor- and struck him ovor tho head with a $4,500, and last week ho Bold the fruit of Miss KatelUurdett, .mm. ai. a, iiaugnntan, II. AMrtuge, seems to have cured club, fracturing his skull so badly that his apple orchard to a Chicago firm for John Dourne, farad Underwood, als." The olection Mm n. j.. uwsiuy. 40 J his life is despaired of. 51,500. his throat in short order. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoml WALTON. "Tn Foot) thn Orili tinllifirt " i u iyr&r wuo jjuu. lyuuuiy . are as ever in the lead, this week with our banner unfurled as the "Leader of LowP rices" ; 3EZ PAGES. book-keop- er olll-ce- s. "THE LOUISVILLE : STORE." ..! K still-hom- e, Our store is chuch full on both floors with everything in the post-master- ed bal-au- ce Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes and Clothing $2.75 4.00 of olli-co- Line and they must in a hurry. 100 Mens' Jeans Coats this only only at $2.50; 200 Boy's Knee Pants at$l; o0 Mens' Overcoats this this weeh only at 25 cents. Even all suit and fine Overcoats reduced 20 per cent, as have many. Child's Overcoat $1.25. d Men's Boot $1.25 per pair, Custom made Boot. do. Full Stock, 2.00 Hand made do. Ladies Button 90c. Ladies' Kid Shoe SI. Jllso a complete line non-unioni- Ladies' Gent's and Childrens' Underwear in Merino and Flannel. Mwaysbevrinmind that in Stanford. sell you goods at lower prices tha.n ami VZLiLE STOB3, A. Hlays, Y pie-eater- s scone-shifte- r Manager. ear-loa- er ' ; world-famo- jSOODS well-know- n nver-age- d Blankets, Comforts, Flannes, Yarns , Moo-ne- Canton Flannels, Jeans, Underwear for All Ages, Boots, Shoes, Hosiery, Cloaks in all gradesl for Ladies, Misses and Children. will do yoursclj an injustice if you fail exai)Mie n BElVEiMANOlI! ,& 8liKr0 ar -- CALL AND SEE HEATING FARRIS & .TOVB b9 l. W. H. WEABEN & CO. one-thirn d one-thir- HARDIN, . hon-in-la- 1 Hunters and Fishermen. HARDWARE, Tinva, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, BfcEAD. Fresh Stock of GROCERIES , GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED MoKllTITE"!r BBOS. rjittiawftKawwgrV!jvit MM4M . " ' i'ffi .tni t. '" '' ELujwiHi "' N'i V a "OJ Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., Novemjibh 18, 1892 jam ItAnokd, k o, WAI.TON. nun. ManuRor fWSSat EL VEKY v2r For Sale Privnloly. Residence and 14 Acres o Land On Danville pike i mile Tram btaalord. Alt usually between Uie Ut ami ISth, I rnako ray vacation trip to the stock ftirin of n tavr miles Juno, A House and Lot in Stanford, 7, f dE out On Danville ilreax MKS FANN11I DUNN T V STKAVI, jH. r. CLAXKK. gTHAITB &8CO., PRACTMHT. . Plumbers tem and Steam Fitters. Healer In Ml kind of (ton nod Hum OWs 'or ami water Sanitary UiW H U klad. All work guaranteed aeiiett delaine watciMl and 57 workmaiwhip & OHIO RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia CHESAPEAKE Baltimore, Now York, An4 nil Mhn .lerH PelfcU !hrt.Lkc ltw Hatter KAtJTIIOUXD. CIM. Loiilavitte. Unmtrte iSaa and IN BrTKCT NOV. i, I.ve, , A;'...;' VuUaM Ml Met I MMknd AMwitKdrtew. www N. LwRtim ...M . ox -- . 4aRf Ks, Accm , f N. ft, a. S 4 N. Snii,4MW 6 rattm 5 " T ; U'HST HOUND Air. LeairrRtam ' ' MMCtte AMM. No (? 4talj Nf. luutllc Rxpr No. , ex 3rMn l.eaiafftetfi Accom. KipfsNK SJ dasrv 40tm 4 M"" trill Through .lHll !" Mm) Vaatitmleel TraltM f mi A i hut iranler lHi l.ekiMttoH C H RYAN. Car Ne thire II Skfr Mithoul OSLMl V FUI.1 KR, Agt, (ten VihiMKlm, I) l'a. n't Cw. Mt'RKAY, Traffic Manag.r (.InrlnHatl l'.At, tie city 01 Marlon, Ohio. It is always a buAlncM trip, but at tlio butno time my chief pleasure 01 a Cleornc ami I were aeatmatcs in the loif kclioolliouae. Now lie rlm;s blooded hoM for the city markot, and I buy them. Ho It utrictly honest and not a bit uporty, nml hU standing refusal of his Htoclt in my faror has thrown muy hundreds of dollam my way. Hut Oeorjfe can afford It. Ho Is worth half a million. My trip this year landed mo at his hoipltablo door 011 tho CYtMilnjf of Tuewlnj-- , the 7th. That ovcnitiij wo fcat on tho broad south porch of his hundftomo houae, looking meadow that sloped acroHS a forty-acrcently to the adjoining grove. Across thin meadow, alouy u private roadway connecting tho river road on the west with a pakture on the eaat. several farm hands were lending the 830,000 worth of stock I h.ul come to claim. They looked nice, of course, but OoorRC and I had fully dibtsuted them by mull, and ho never was fond of stable or paddock talk in a leisure hour. "You asked mo at supper how I came to jflvo up graduating and why l didn't study law," ho obierved. "You sc that furry while object moving along' the river rond? Well, that covers tho man who wrought tho chanpo. That's old Parson llaker, Hophia Ilarnutt's pastor, emeritus, of Thrco Lcust He's Methodist Kpiscopal church. mother's btineflciary nnd penslotier, and he'll be mine if mother o?a beforu ho docs. He cume Into this country sixty years ago, as an exhorter, anil he has ridden these roads more or less steadily over since. He whaled father at tho raising of his first log churuh for trying to tuako him take u drink of whisky, ami they were the thickest kind of chums until father died. FatwelTC-niontlL e i3 What was that, tho craok of a pistol? Ills horse started at the sound and ho saw the smoke floating away from the weapon in the cowboy's hand. Whether the man did it out of meanness or really thought that by the shot ho could control tho actions of the cattle Trask did not have time to consider. Ills pony reared aud turned until no mora control of tho animal was possible Ho had carried his rldor far to tho right of tho herd when a sudden arching of tha baok ("bucking" in western parlance) threw tho colonel violently into the ulr and in a moment he was lying on the prairie with a keen pain darting through his ankle. The 'pony was racing away westward. He sat up Col. Trask did not faint nnd looked about him nd saw somennxious thing that made him Hian had tha broken nnkle. '" A man and a horse when combined are Invincible among western cattle. A man or a horse alone has little chance of life. The brutes seem to consider cither a legitimate target for the slender branching horns that arc capable of so much damage. Tho cattle saw the man sitting help-los- s on the pralrlo ami were starting with bellows of rage in his direction. This tho colonel realized. What he did not see was tho form of a far-moro e. well-poise- d Schedule Oct LKAVK NORTON o, tlyJ DAILY am) t t f m far mtrlMMRaie Orhm, Kwneke) far WaMKt, PMtadelfthMaiid New ark. Pullman MecrdRe Can from Lanl'viltete Nor tn lalk via Norton and Radford, alte Radlonl New York, via Shenandoah Junction. Ik alto from Lynchburg te to WaibiOien, e, Rad-larRich-mnn- Radiant, Roanoke, and LynchWc, Richmond atad Norlotk. Alt (via HairM-avt- iainler lalii Utuesrsd, tttoefveld, PetcakoiitM Hiewn. It trains tor PncaltaMta. Powhatan and . m, willleate Itlur4e4d daily at'' ma m, j Via and 715 put I tave llluefteld 6 ma m tlalljr fur Kenuva and pra M CatUHtbui. O Anlve CwUml AddltHHMl trains fur Welch and intermodule p m daily. tat oh Klkhetn leave IUucfi4d t Train anive at Nuttoilruin the Katt dallv at - 0t- Ac fei fuithcr t w nml(Miiu lalerrealHin ..TAKK a l nrenti of Nctfalk W II. UK VI LI., Gen I'jm ABt Iteansle, xhedule. rale Vetrrn a Rall-nidur- iu THE ried before I was twenty-one- . That letter bothered me u great deal, because father was no bully, If he did try to have a little fun with the preacher, and I couldn't quite seo tho point between matrimony ami stock raisiug. The letter contained not a word about education or the law. Anyhow my birthday and cotntutuoement day occurred the at me week, and I thought I would risk the undesirable of watting, whatver consequences ther didn't marry until lie wa forty, ami I am the only child. By the time I arrived father hail accumulated whkt in those d.iys was a fabulous fortune, three hundred thousand dollar, and ho made it four hundred thousand dollars before I was of age. He wanted to make me a horse breeder, but wanted law. and there we hitched About a year before I should have flnUhed at college, he wrote me a brief letter the only one 1 ever had from him conveying the information that if I knew what was good for me would be mar1 1 '( farm, and lived only a fsw hours. His last few mouths had been tuarkod by aiw aimt CHicaco ki CJlomtutt total incapacity for business sod mother was nearly worn otit with looking after things. We bnrled hlni on the day 1 was to have graduated, and two LINK TO birthday. days beforu my twenty-flrs- t Old I'up llaker was away down on the othor end of the circuit, aud mother orsimple burial service dered that .And should be said by a lcal oxhortcr of r0A.yTs our nclghlorhood, leaving the funeral sermon to be preached by Pappy llaker on his next appointment, ns was often done In those days, for there was not HulTct Slecplni Can nnothur Methodist circuit rider within Kiumi and Wit Veitibuled and 1'arlorCar on all ttaini. forty miles that we knew of. No change ofcart, belt acominlationi,'qHtck "That afternoon mother sent mo to l time and lowrtl rate: town ufter father's lawyer, who was I'ur Information addm also custodian of the will, of the conJAS. IIAKKEK. r.. I. A., Chlcaco V. O.CRUS1I, D. I. A., Louitille. tents of which I knew noti.Iug, and mother scarcely more. The lawyer could not come out until the ufternoon Hoodie, Cumberland Cap & Louisville of the. next day, which was the evo of birthday. When tho my twciity-Hrs- t will was opened it almost knocked me out It left everything to mother, in Double Dally Schedule, r1 In Kffcct July 17. ityi trust for me on the sole condition that I was to be married within twenty-fou- r my graduation. If 1 ff,It Dly Dly ift ditl hours after I was to be married not graduate r. w. A M. A M KnoilloM... 5NS S30 by twelve o'clock noon on the day 839 f. J 6)8 S4 8 30 became twenty-onyears old. More..K. ,V O. Junction 65a $w 8 IS 8,U 701 ... Ileerly S9 5 over, If old Parson llaker was alive ho Mil 713 .. ..Maleneyvlllc 5S 7 53 was to do the job. In the event of my 4 JO 7 41 71 99 7.H .Cnrryton .I.utlrtU 4 41 7 33 failure, for any cause, to meet these 9 31 i9 77!. Powder Sprms 47 7" condition I was to have one thousand . .. .Waihbiirn 4 i 7 7 59,. dollars, and tho rest, after mother's 10 18 8 II I.. ..William Spring..,...., 3 59 3 5' lojsj 819,,.. ..Oak man death, was to go to father's thrco 1017 811 ' ..Clinch River... 3 49 SM nephews, who were plodding farmers Lone Mountain. 3.V l44 1037 Sjl . Taxuarcll .....,. 10 c 841 3 in an adjacent county. I'owell River . 17 300 607 99 "Now here was a nice layout. I II 30 fit .. Arthur 4 55 1 Kour Sencn. II1H o it wasn't indissolubly attached to the 55 II 4S 93.. ,Aitliur...... 33 Si idea of a legal career, but neither was . Hamilton Stulnsa. .. ' 57 94 5 3 11 oJ 9S . . ..Cumberland a 18 5 o I engaged, aud the girl whom I had Rap... .. a 07 9 J3 ,. ..Tunnel Junction. ...... a 14 S5 thought of in this connection was tho a 16 1005 ..M. II. Junction a 05 459 livlug down tho a ooi 4 55 daughter of a widow it o 10 10 ..Middfeboro road ubout two miles, whose faco I had NORTH liOUND. washed with stiow nnd who had spelled Lrave diimlierlanil t.ap, L. & N ... wiu oop m ' Cortln sop m me down in district school, both times U " Liviiisdoii ' ."." .... jo a m innumerable. I had not seen her for a " Winchetti'r ....,' 3 45 a m year aud a half until she carao to tho " Lexington ' ' "..; .... 3 )ORITl funeral, but, ns my good luck had it, 4 30 a m Arrive Louitvlllo " ....- - 7 a in Cincitltiall " ,,'J ..... 7 oj a m sho was then in the house. The lawyer to assured mo that tho will was perfectly soiitTi nniiun 'w .. L, Leave Cincinnati I. N pm valid, us my father had been notorious7 30 " Louitvillu " 8 4S p ni ly too smart for any other man in tho Arrive Pari io 30 p m county as a bargain driver, and no jury Lexington " ........nit 15 p m " Winciiexter ..........it 10 p m could be found to decluru him of un" Livingston " .......- - 4 J a tn sound ml ml. Cnrl.ln " - 3 30 a m "Parson llaker lived in a little villago Cumberland Gap -. 5 15 a m miles down the pike, where l'ullman Palaco Car Knoxvillo to Cliiciunat twenty-fiv- e without change. jTTZ h thero was neither railroad nor tVjnncctiont made with all train 'North and station. I explained tho situa' at Grand Central Ucpot.lCiuciniiati. I hrough ticket 011 anlo at City Ticket nfl.ee tion to the young lady, and she hi u shjj3 bay atmtand Depot Ticket office, foot West ingly consented Why shouldn't she? Main alreet, Klioxville. For any Informational to routes, rates, etc.ap-pl- y She had known me all her life, and to there was 800,000 and a reasonably T W. A. BI.Y, Acting Gen'IP" Act.. husband in it HENRYA. SMITH, City Ticket Agt "So far everything was easy. There Z3 Knoxrille.Tcnii. t- ffiii iimm MOeSlMWeVBeVIKBiy OTIAGl they were. "Two days before commencement faUierwas atrickau with apoplexy. He got to the was uucouacsoub when 1 THE WORLD'S FAIR woman on a handsome white horse that npprosched tho cowboys. She wore a graceful riding-hu- t ami had a strong womanly face that told of a capability for munngemeut "Who Is that man outthere?" sho nsked, as she saw Trask struggling with his frightened pony. "I dtinno," was the border's reply. "Somo dude 't thinks he kin hord Texas steers. I reckon." "Look!" sh" cried, "he has fallen off and is hurt and tho cnttlc see him!" The herder looked on with unconcern. "Why don't you go to snve him?" sho asked with blanched lips. The man gave a shrug with his brond shoulders ami grunted the favorite motto of the ranchman: "A man's life is his own." Tim woman looked Intently at Trask, and seeing that he was in some way Injured, threw riding hat and gloves to the wind and, plunging the spur into her horse until the silky white coat was Hocked with red, rode furiously to the rescue. The herder watched the race with staring eyes. The woman gained rapidly upon the trotting steers, but would she reach the stranger In time? In a moment she was up to him and had leaped to tho ground by his side. With nltnoHt superhuman strength she It lifted his relaxed form and over the saddle. Trask had fainted. The angry cattle were not five rods away as with a bound she sprang to the horse's back, and, holding tho limp stranger with ono hand, lashed tho horse with tho other until the3' wore out of danger. Trask woke up In. tho unpalntcd He lay on room of the superintendent n rude couch, and tho tall, lady he had seen riding toward him was standing near. "I would like to sec Mr. Selton," he whispered as soon as he could speak. Her voice was soft "See whom?" and low "The superintendent" "I am the superintendent" "llut I want J. C Selton." "That Is my name." Weak as he was. Trask raised himself up iu bad. "And have I been doing business through you nil this time?" he gaaped. "If your name is Mr. Trask, as I am told it U, you certainly have." The colonel mused much over his theory's working during those days in the cabin as ho watched the workings of the ranch and waited for h is broken limb to heal. As ho considered how well-forme- pofiltryinuii'Kont to tho A Kew Yorhar a editor t Tut) Ir.-:Full of XlHthusljKin. capon with n request to isunple him. Brown You show a good cUtal of g boyish enthusiasm over your coming An extract from tin letter sccOHipuny-iathe girt read m follows trip to Europe. Why, you'va crossed I caponixed only my lai chlckemtt tho several times' before, havon't you? Welcomed by tho OH Man. is my first trip past seoon (th early Irirda all Injfng Jlobberts Yes, but it Sue Deerlng I'm afraid papa was sold for breeder! : cowofjnently Itnnnot angry when you asked him for mo, without my wifo. Brown I might have known that sund as Itua a roc:i.rn aa I would wasn't he, Jock, love? .lack Hllow Not ut all. He asked If I mrtyour wife yesterday, and I never I knew any more respectable young saw her look o liappj. Texas biftiDgs. men who would be likely to marry your Will TlieTeTile niootlalicd? live sisters, if properly coaxed. HarTrivvet A good many people are deper's Baaar. manding the abolition of walking delegates. Just What Itn VTaateri. Dicer "I feel discourage'!," said tho young gates True, and if the walking delefollow their usual procedure there M. D., whom practice was slow In comwill be some duels. ing. Trivvet Why? "You must hava patience." Dicer Well, they arc accustomed to "Yen, I know. If J had patients I call men out Judge. wouldn't be discouraged." Truth. The Htace Heroine. Scriptural Authority. The lover hugged her on tho stage; Teacher In what part of the Bible is To Cor It w as not tunny: that a man should have only it Ho earned his salary, while sho found Sha was hard pressed for money. ono wife? Urooklya Life. Little Hoy I guess it's the part that says no man can servo two masters. I DKNTIIMKO AT LAST. Good News. 'I Taken Time. Jobson I havo a claim against tho government What lawyer would you advise mo to retain? Friend It doosn't matter whom you select, only so he's young. N. Y. Weekly. tKxliziii'M )i. it J p!R-t'c- She was bemoaning her fate nnd lamenting that all hor luck was bad luck. "No, but it isn't," arguod her mora hopeful companion. "Yes, It Is, too," she insisted Is mine at every turn and follows mo every whore." "That's only because you think so. Did It over occur to yon, my dear, that s mlsfortuno is fortune?" It hadn't, but when she saw the point of tho gag she laughed and after that she made her philosophy out of it and felt two thirds happior ovor nftor. Detroit Free Press. mis-fortutwo-third- lynching party. "This chap killed his father." "Oh, well, tho old man would have ("how JTIm No Merer. "Boys, what's tho troublo?" nsked man who had como upon a Kontuoky "Mis-fortun- o Jury. had to die somo time" "He killed his brother, too." "That's nothing much. Cain did that, but nobody lynched him." "But ho stolo u mule, too." "You don't say! String lilui up!" CAPONS. Comput-Mllt- 4lze or the of Cwpon nml Ooelirrel HHiaw A(ir. H rTv nfwfL Visitor Harold Because I am always put to bed whon I'm naughty. Harper's LYoung People. SIIU WAri aiEHCKXAKV. ways, such a good Tim rteaaou. How Is it that you nro r al- little boy, Harold? Jo 1 ii'i PLYMOUTH ROCK CATON. I I I1 e & (si ! I d Judge MihH Coopah 'Lige. how much yo' dunmado dis week whitewashing 'Llgo Fo' do Lawd! yo's do mos' merclnary gal I knows, yo' is. I bcllobe novr yo's marryin' me fo' mah money. wjift 11 i v Jvfe w''lT mux o "SI1K I.IKTKD HIS HKI.AXKI) fOUM. 1 e . . A I" , I . . . 4 1 -." ...-- in .. 1 well things were managed nnd how his life had been almost miraculously saved he was not entirely satisfied that the theory was a failure. Hi.s friend, Uichards, vice president of the company, accompanied him when a few months later the colonel made another western trip. "Blest If I don't think Trask has a mighty big Interest In that woman superintendent, .Jessie Selton," he remarked to himself, as he walked disconsolately back and forth smoking, on the night of their arrival nt the ranch, "lie has not spoken two words to me , since we got here," Just then he rounded the corner of tho building. There was the colonel nnd beside him the superintendent His arm was around her waist. "Your proxy theory doesn't always work, Trask," stammered Uichards, for want of something better to say. "No," replied the colonel, in an embarrassed manner, "not in this case. We aro to bo married C. M. IlAitnr.R. ,, I'wt'a I'uaswonl. 1 ..- tole-ctrap- P'th-we- at o good-lookin- g Lover tells a good anecdote of au Irishman giving tho password (at the battle of Fontcuoy, at tho time Saxe was marshal. "The password is Saxe; now don't forget It," said the colonel to Pat "Falx, and I will not Wasn't my father a miller?" "Who goes there?" cried the sentinel, after he arrived at the post Pat looked as confident as possible, and, In a sort of whispered howl, replied: "Bags, yer honor." The Gripsack. In Kentucky. Youth (eloping with the girl of his heart) Judge, wo would like you to join us. Tho Judge Thanks, I don't know j who you are; but I never refuse to drink with a gentleman, bo ho friend or stranger. I'll be with you in ono mln- - Sittings. ntc. Puck. Summer in the South. "Be-- n south, I understand?" Hit Mark. "Yes; I was down there nearly all Ward Healey An ycr want to make . yer cross again' de names ye'ro votin' summer." Very hospitable fer. See? "Great country. Micky Halligan No, I don't Sure, I people." "Yen, indeed. Butter flows like water don't have to make no eros. I was ed- dicated, I wai, an' I kin write me name j there in the summer." Puok. wld anny wan of 'em! Puck. Journalistic Item. Uamppreclateit Music. Conductor (holding up a greenback) Did anybody lose a bill? "I'm sorry you don't Uko the Mr. Fabcrpusher Yes, I did. she said to her husband. "She is good about singing to the baby and "Are you sure?" keeping him quiet" "Well. I didn't precisely lose the bill, but I have been missing ono "Yes," was the reply, "that's just it. I'd rather hear the baby cry," Boston for a long time now." Texas Sittings. Globe. Can Hi. Have keen Tiicm? Tim Hani Tart or It. New Arrival (in the spirit world) "It wasn't hard learning how to And this is the great Christopher Columwrite," said Bobble ono morning, when bus! Why, you do not resemble in tho he was trying to write u letter to his slightest degree the pictures they are father. "What bothers mo Is learning printing of you on earth! what to suy when I write." Harper's No, thank Christopher Columbus Young People. heaven! Chicago Tribune. A Userul Adjunct. The Count lo Huk. "Who is that old man in They were talking of the intelligence the corner?" nsked tho fair visitor who of animals. was looking through theofllces. "I've seen a hog count," ho said. "That," replied the editor, "is the "So have I," she said. "I've seen him jokes." count two teats in the cur, and take man who writes our smart-chilJudge. them both himself." Detroit Free After tho Wrddlusr. Press. Mrs. Ketchon I'll wnger you what A Ituro Combination. you like, tho brido will wear the Clerk This will go very nicely with breeches. blue. I Ketchon I shouldn't wonder; Mrs. Witherby All right. I'll tako on suspenders. Puck. it. My husband will be bhio whon ho noticed sho had An- I'nsrliulrannin Appetite. knows that I've bought it Puck. Shurpti Luinbly has a taste for In- Sweet Day of llent. ventions. Joblots I begin to understand now Keepe Well, I presume that Is why he swallows every Ho that Is told to him. why thev term Rev. Thirdly a doctor. Elder Berry Why? Puck. Joblots His preaching has cured mo Aluruys ouiotliliiC to Worry Her. of insomnia. N. Y. Herald. It was onco an Issuer bonnet A Falnrul State or Affairs. That her loveliness did lack. Hut the prcHonl ourcu of sorrow Mathildt I'm buro I wish I knew Is u seulskln nacque. what Mr. Snippy's intentions are. Washington Star. Flora Intentions? Why, Mr. Snippy An tJuKutlei:iiiuljChi' never had such a thing in his life. Charley la Bock a good tailor? cago News Record. Chappie He makes good clothes, but A SIrii of Danger. he's too di'tieedly rude for me, deah boy. ' He sends In a bill every month. Truth. "What makes you think young Wopsy is in love?" A (iood Iteuaon. "He keeps saying such cynical things your pa about women." Chicugo News Record. Mother Do you know why called Mr. Blowhard a liar. Tommy? A Coincidence. Tommy lestu; lies a smaller man She How do you like my hat? than pa. Brooklyn Life. He It makes your face very long. All Kjea Upon Hlin. She It made papa's face very long "Your son has a very promineat gov when he paid for It. Truth. ernment positron, I hear." Youthful. "es, its a regular cynosure." man her husJudge "What a band is!" What Dili She Menu 7 "Yes," replied Mrs. Parvenu; "he does kiss him? Perdlta Hid look buoyant" Judge. Penelopo (ambiguously) Not much: Life. The Hnmoroua Cod. An old cod laughed to himself: "He. hat" The) Ordilal Teat. As he gave his great tall a swish, "Do you lovo her?" " rm fresh while I live In the salt, salt tea, I haven't seen her by "I can't tell. But on land I'm a salted fish." Harper's Young People. daylight yet" Chicago News Record. I ' new-nurse,- "Pa, who was tho old woman who lived in a shoe?" "Sho was originally a New York girl who married a Chicago shoemaker, and was left a widow without a homo." Life. Just the Thing tn IMeaso IU111. "I'm saving up my pennies to buy papa a Christmas present," said little Nell to her aunt the other night. "What are you going to buy him?" , asked her aunt "A great big wax dolly that can shut her eyes and say mamma," said Nell. Harper's Young People. Familiarity Ilreed Contempt. "So we've been stealing again," remarked Judge Duffy to an old offender who was arraigned for trial. "Yes, your honor, and I reckon we will not get off as easy as wo did the last time, will we, judge?" Texas ,HHl.Z;i7. r wsi'.iHto JTSrOTrw8k N XO " ten-doll- ar Tho ono 1 send was not hatched 'until Juno 8, and was enponized about tho middle of August, since which timo ho has had tho same treatment, care and feed as my othor cockerels. Ho has cost cents. I mo, including labor, eighty-fiv- e sold his companions last week for twenty cents n pound alive. They brought $1.00 each, leaving mo a profit cents apioce. My capons of seventy-liv- e lust winter I sold in Providcnco for twenty-eigh- t cents n pound (dressed), and thoy paid nie a profit of nearly $1.50 each, being early and well matured birds. Tho editor of Tho Rural New Yorker ftuys: "WTo havo had a careful picture of this capon made; it is shown in the illustration. It is the first time wo havo over seen a picture of a capon. Tho spurs aro not developed, ns in the case of a cockorel they aro only stubs. Tho comb and wattles aro also undeveloped, while the plnniago is very brilliant and profuse. Perhaps the most characteristic thing about a capon is ita head. It does not look like tho head of a hen or of n rooster, but liko that of a capon and nothing else. There is nothing fierce or energetic about it, hut rather a sneaking, lifeless expression. The comb and wattles are undeveloped, and tho head has nothing but fine, hairy feathers growing on it. "To bring out the characteristic features of this capon more strikingly wo also show tho drawing of a cockerel of about the same age which we found in the Washington market in New York. This bird is also a Plymouth Rock. It is smaller, poorer und inferior in every way to tho capon. Tho capon was roasted and eaten. Wo compared it with a Brown Patagoniau roaster well fattened and in good condition. The Brown Pat- like. 1 r i ' A ten-doll- ar cross-lookin- g d - Site 1'LYMOL'TH WCV'ii ItOCK COCK15RKL - Truili-auuii- i. , I 40 per cent. tasted." Tho ponltrymansaysof thecaponizing process: "The apparatus is very simplu boy can do tho work. and a If proper tools are used there need bo no loss. The birds recover quickly and are far healthier aud can be easily cared Canonizing increases for afterward. the growth of all breeds of fowls in proportion to their natural size about ld agonian is noted for its largo proportion of broast meat, yet the capon exceeded it in this respect by at least 15 per coat. Tho amount of fut on tho cupun wa3 astonishing; wo all lemarked tho difference in the two gravy dishes. The flesh was of excellent flavor, all prononuciuj; it 'the lest chicken meat' they had over ;! i good-lookin- g u It is suro to add ninny dollars to the income of the poultry raiser, ami so far as I know or cun learn there is not one single practical reason why all should not perform the work and produce more big cajwnb for market." Palmer, of Michigan, has sold his entire collection of both and French coacL horses to C. 8. D0U1, of Illinois. Per-cher-on S iw- j . ... :iir- - n - - ie Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouknal; Ky , NoVKMllRH 1 STANFORD 1W2 W. P WALTON BEE CELLARS. What One 3!nu Tlilnha About Ventilation for vwntiln-tio- n A fpw yenrs ago "submit-llio beeeAllam witaHluiottMiiivsrartUy " Uei. ! Junction City Marble & Granite Works JUNCTION CITY, KY Marble ami Grant!. Have jmt erected a fur a' .red to (ill vt Houvs and am fully kind ol Marhlr and Granule werk. I haw I n (he EaM. M fielgM employ tklilwl wrkne fiem lacilltlpscin nat be eteelled and I utl a It un dercold. 38 JOE S. WRIGHT it frp ft ri: p J tt 10 C)mmrr-)- Ilavine removed my llttrbcr Snap mercial llotitl, I aiti the Cum Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, In anything they may v.ih in my line. waited on. Oil) n nm Chil-Uo JESSE THOMPSON,rtl In II "ikTyou want to adopt A BABY, Maybe you think this Is n new ljnlnMt fondlni'oi.t Uiulos on application ; It line lieen Hone before, however, but never have those furnished been so near the orifflnnl tampions this one. Everyone will crcluim, ' Well I that's the sweeiet tuby I ever saw I" This cnKruvin? enn irlvo llttlo ) ou outa Mint luoa 01 tuo exquisite original, blook-und-'svbl- 'ft. srr Nexrly every mw who built A bee cf Hnr h1h Intriwi SUO or W)0 fft t of draintil; the outer end ottcti to the air nnd tho inner etxl MitrinK the crimr. io reiiiovt ttir ir trom ttw :t pipe, connecting vriXM R stovepipe itt tho room above, extenticd down through few itiolios of ththe iloor to witJjiti ct'llnr bottom. Tho draft in tlio "pulletl up' the air frum the cellar, h and more flowed in through the pipe to tnku its placo. Ou ptttwing througli the Mtbearth pipo tho air v warmtHl. If t here was uo stovepipe with which to connect tho outlet pipo it wn extended upward until it reached the open air. The air in the cellnr, being wanner tlinn the ontaido air, HowlhI out of the upper ventilator. In ordor to keep tho teinpornturo oven thoro was much opening and closing of the ventilating tubes. In cold wonthor it was often necessary to leave the openings closed 50 von; days, or even weeks At such time it was noticed that tho bees suffered no inconvenience Not only this, but it was often noticed that when tho ventilators were opened the inrush of f ronh, cool air aroused the boes and made then uneasy. Pmnlly the ventilators were o'vued loss and less btill no Led results and at last they were left cnv I nearly all tho time. The amount of air needed by bees varies greacly, according to When they aro excited nnd full Of honey, fts is the case with a working s warm, the amount of air needed ij very great. If they can Iw kept quiet .. very httlo air will suffice. In winter bees nro in bomidonuunt state, cloudy bordering upon Iiibjiimtion. as that word is tiopnlnrly under?tood, and the amount of nir neewsary for their is very slight. 1 believe it was Mr. D. S. Atiinr, who, n nutiilwr of years iirjo. reiuovr i lxx f surplus honey from a hive, and leaving the bees in possession parted several layers of paper over the ontmuco to tho box. As all the cracks and crevices were stopped witc propolis tho box was practically airtight. Tho bees were kept confined several days, yet did not apparently suffer for want cf air. Mr. Hedden tells of somo man who, wishing to "take up" some of his colonies in the fall, plnsicrod up the entrance with blue clay, expecting to kill the bees by suffocation. Upon oiening the hive a few days later tho bees flew right merrily, to the discomfiture of their owner. I have several times wintered bees successfully in "clumps" where the leos were bnried two feet deep under frozen earth. Profossor Cook oven went so far as to hermetically seal up two coloriies by throwing water over the hives and allowing it to freeze, thus forming a coating of ice over the hives. Tho bees survived this treatment. Special ventilation, simply for the 11 HUive-jiipo recouiiiitile. OlIKllt to itlllMV, "Tho Dally Broad Is a good paper to work on, isn't itV" said tho ruportor with tho chookorod trousers. A WORD IN SEASON ABOUT HOLIDAY "Yus," replied tho reporter with tho loud wateh chain, "but it's peculiar. GIFTS. Just as sure as n man goto to doing good work and liceonie.s worth some1'aVc Tlinn by tlio Forelock nnd A11 thing it fires him. I've boen on that tlio KinH Practical Instruction for the paper mights near ton years," ho added, retrospectively, "and ! never Manufacturer ofl'rctly nnd Useful Ilnndherulilef ting nnd Wnrkhnc. knew it to Insert a fellow that was worth a 'continental longer than about ICopyrlefat, 1H. by Anierlcnn I'reea Aiwoelusix'iunnUia. That is, I or ." ChJ. tllHl.l capo Tribune. lie ItKMoncd It Out. x tS'ri "Are you fellers going to plajr Iwao-taf agnln uexfr reason?" nakodoaHavll BAQSI0RC1TRISTMAS iMir cfiiered. aalaw in UrtW. mml rjhard, two cure with Wtt a VegetitMo Liver I'ilU, Then the never f direction art atncily compiled with. They are purely vegetable and Hever lad 10 give Mttttic lie". Sugar mt(. Large boies. eeatainiaj; aft Uar, , no. 'lleware of emmut fciU and Itnitninitit, The most Celebrated Kye, The genuine iuanufiurel ofily ky The Jefcn C. Nost?, 'I hroat and Chronic DIb Co., LMeae. 111. hy A. H. I'ea-- )' Lver CVtnpMHHt, DyipcftM, Stele MiMons In 4isctlxi. Conailpailnn or Cotiee we can not We wttt jay the alme regard far any aat $500 REWARD. LAND FOR SALE. f rriy Aeitaef l.iitJ, 4 .Pr.. al trflt!', pfrd, 'teW.'. .ei Pre-en- U "' .. - J. Si u --- tjyr kTArAMiPim Fr rlr case Specialist in the State. J M. ,- M - ll boy. the otlter. "I've got u tiam fer jrev club." repft-- "Yea," "What?" mh-cart- sr-- i jrrv-- r 1 etrcum-stnuce- s. 11 niain-ten.tnc- o """' seems 4JKH0 HlOTOi 14 JIUlVt to bo almost unnecessary. The Tho llttlo durllntr ttts ntminst a pillow, and Is In the net of drawing oil Its fink soe'e, tlio mate of which has been pulled olT and tlaag atldo with a triumphant coo. Tho flcsli tiiiM are perl cet, and the eyes follow j ou, no matter where you stand. this preati t piUntlnir of Ida Wnujrb (tho most celebrated of modern painter of baby life) nro to be elven to thorn who ubscrlbo to Demorest's Viitnlly Mwm-tin- e for 1KH. The reproductions cannot bo told from tho original, which eo?t J00, and nro tho samo lw JTxii Inches'. The baby is life size, and uUso.ut ly lifeline. We Imvo also in preimraHon, to present to our isan, other great pictures by uchurtiitaasl'crvy Monin.Mniid Humphrey, Louis UwH'liaiiiiij, rud others of world-wid- e renown. Take only two csnmplcs of what we did diirlnt; tbopnst j ear, " A Yard of Pnn-tl(i- ," and "A Whiio JlotiMj by tho wife of 1're-- ! I"nt Jlftrrijou, aulyou wJleeo what our pnimlsri nunn. MniraJno for JKJ will twvew a Kallery of works of art of ureat value, besides a Msmulne that ti.inof t(cQnslol by any In tlia wiirlil for its beautiful illuMintlons and sw'iJHot matter, that w II keeroAcryene postal on nil thn topics or the 'i.u, and all tho Hiul ilifferont Itoi.i of Interest alnaut tho ."i I . 'liold, luii.i'hintr interestlnjr pay, fortbo nnttiir, bitli irnvo jrV)e fimdy: and nh Demi ut's is not cp are per-- e 'x 1I1I1H1 Timt Mtln ', Us futliloii all the pat WW I we v'lve nu, fret of .r fcvjw'H to uf dunnp th" jear, and i.i 'irrUn'iii ehoio. Send In your ub- on fir en' j-- $2, and ) ou will rwdly " it Inc. Address the publisher, 'i wjoitxt, 13But UthBt-.Jt'e- v nnl 'it.. If t'.'i iii' iinacqualutitl with the I ' stzliif Uicn a forafiHxlmeu copy. DOBriSqCAITITT. but 1.1 QCiurr. Thooxqul-aiternproductlons- ot On-hidTliHBwho8.Jli-v.-rlbcforBemoret'srnniIlite " I'M A DAISY." which wt propose to send to you, trnnspor-tatlohpa- la fow beekeepers who plead for special ventilation do so almost wholly upon the ground that they can thereby moro readily control the temperature. If the bee repositories are built sufficiently underground it does not seem as though ventilation would bo very much needed for controlling temperature. When liees settle down into that quiescent state essential for Bucccfsful wintering their need of air is very Blight indeed. When their winter nap is ended, and spring arouses them to activity and brood rearing, more nir is needed. It is then, il ever, that special ventilation is u benefit, but as all that is needed can be so easily secured by the occasional open ing of doors or windows at night, if it ever becomes really necessary, it scarcely seems worth while to go to the e. liense of laying subearth pipes. I should not do it or advise it. Exchange. An Ajritlilre Sire. The Ayrshire is acknowledged to be (! ft n n-- 1 if r, ft queen of the cheese cows. Good specimens of tho breed produce us high as forty quarts of milk a day homotimes. In home parts of Scotlnnd they aro the main dependence as milk cows for citj customers. In tho hilly regions of New England they thrive well and are also highly prized as dairy cattle. Tho butter from Ayrshire milk needs artificial coloring to sell well i.i market. Con WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. -- FOR 20 YEARS &k m VA. c.J7..- -. i- j2ZV 2Sk ' AYKSIUUB BUM- - IWtd kj SOLD EVERYWHERE. ICHISDSUX.TITLOR Agency HID. CO,, 8T.L01I8, iLiJ'fcW 1 The following remedy has been given for horses that aro liimo from dry hoofs llcmove tho shoes and turn the horse to pasture. Wash the legs and hoofs with soap nnd water. When they are dry Largest circulation of any ad en tide paper In tba anoint loth legs and hoofs with a mixworld, ttolendldlr Uloatrated. No lntnllleent Baa atiould be without It. Weekly, S3.0O a ture of equal parts of tallow and tar, ert ILS) air montha. Addreu MUNN X CO, rubbing it in well, rnuwiHi, m Broadwar. Ntw York. gtituiiik Skmtxim i Tor .nformitloa and frM Handbook write to MUNN X CO- - ail BR0 4DWAT. NW YoilK. I Oldest bureau for aecurlns patunta In America. , Kterr pateat taken out by 11a la brought before the public by b notice gtren 1 e of charge In Uiti ' decide. In districts where oxen aro used the steers of this family maku excellent working animals. The picture shows a male at the head of 0110 of the liest Ayrshire herds in tho country. The typical Ayrshire color is "dark red, rich brown or mahogany, running almost into a CAVEATS. TfeADE MARKS. black, sometimes broken, blotched and DESIGN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, etc. spotted with white." Scientific American ceming tho butter making qualities of Enthis breed there is some dispute. thusiastic breeders declare tho butter is first class, nbnndant and brings a high price in market. As to this we do uo for hnndkorchiefs and is tundo as follows-Cu- t two round pieces of pasteboard about seven inches in diameter nnd cut wadding thooxnet size, using two layer for tho itiM'de of tho bag. Upon tli. wadding sprinkle sachet powder. Tla: lay tho disks of wadding upon one Tf tho pieces of pasteboard and hold thru in place by covering tho circle with chceso cloth. Cover the othor circle with pale pink satin, of which tho lnsr is made. This pink satin is very when tho white roses (procured nt milliner's) oncirclo it. Tlio btrip (just long enough to go around the circle) is turned over at the top to form n hem, at the lower odgo of which n casing should bo mndo by stitching tho hem around twico ou the machine, using pale pink sowing silk. In tho casing put two white silk cords io draw up the bag. Thon sow tho strip t the lower pasteboard used for tho bottom nnd afterward insert tho scented circle, catching it in place with invisible Btitches. Turning it right sido out again. catch the roses all around tho base of Ute bagr nnd tho bag is done. I don't think any of my rendora have a lady friend who would not bo pleased to rccoivo 0110 of these dainty hnndkerchief bags. Cut round pieco of wood sir inches in diameter and cover ono side vith n pieco of coarso linon, in the center of which embroider il monogram or initial in satin stitch, with yollow silk; tho liack of the board is neatly covered with tho samo as other material. Around of tho board, forming a semicircle, are a number of small brass screw hooks about nn inch apart, from which hang small bags, each 4 by 5 inches nnd prettily worked in odd letters with yel low silk, white thread, linen thread, colored thread, silk twist, pearl buttons, hooks nnd eyes or anything yon desire. In each bag put a drawing cord of silk., Ilnng the board by u largo brass ring, hidden under a huge low of yellow ribbon at tho top. These bags aro very convenient, nnd muy bo made of almost any material. For n fanbag purchase one yurd nnd a half of No. 9 riblxm. Cut this in two and join lengthwise by u double row of small brabs rings covered with embroid cry silk the color of tho ribbon. A single row of these rings borders each of the iuner edges of tho ribbon to within two inches of tho ends of the ribbon which nro to bo fringed. This is doubled in the center and tho sides joined. Ribbons nro run through the rings nt the top from either side, leaving them long enough to slip over tho unu. Serviceable and pretty littfb workbags are made by using for foundation ono of tho small oblong baskets about ! by 0 inches to Ihj found at almost any shop where Japanese gods are kept. For tho upper part of t' 1. if procure two yards of dark yellow rijbon, No. 0, nnd ten yards of tho sumo color a few shades lighter. Thencutthesoin twelve strips of equal length and join altogether. After they nro all joined n hem 2' inches deep is turned aud finished with two rows of stitching one inch npart, Tho other edge is finished with a very narrow hem and fastened to tho basket with invisible stitches. Ribbons run through tho casing finish tho bag. Another protty bag is made of two pieces of chamois, each 5 by 0 inchus, which nro painted around the edges with clover blossoms nnd leaves. The designs on tho two pieces should Ik? similar, but not exactly the same. A pieco of iiuliu or china silk, matching tho green of tho clover leaf, four inches wide and one yard long, is gathered aud connects tho two pieces of chamois along the sides and across the bottom us a puff. A straight piece of silk six inches deep and the width of the bag is sowed to tho bag. A hem two inches deep is turned with two rows of stitching for the ribbons which aro green, matching the Bilk. Still nuother lively bag is made of two Bhades of No. 12 old rose satin ribboij, s of a yard of each beono and ing used. The ribbons are cut into strips of ten inches and oversewed together, alternating tho light and the dark. A bottom for tho bag is made by covering a round pieco of pasteboard with wadding sprinkled with sachet powder, and then covering both sides with old rose eilk. Tho ribbon is narrowly hemmed on ono side and sewed to the pasteboard. The top is hemmed and has n wide rufilo of soft lace and draw strings of narrow ribbou. Gkrtucde Willett. delicat-lookin11 one-ha- lf 11 two-third- Itrobloui that wiu r "" " " n'flllltlrr tl... ..,(...!. !"' 0f woiuon. and this prolf loin will requiro speedy solution if one wishes to enjoy to tho utmost the holiday season. There is nothing more than to bo obliged nt tho last iniii-utto rush around and buy one's gifts, spending more than one can well afford, when by tho oxorciso of a little forethought money nnd strength can lie saved. Begin in time; plan your work: look over your materials in hand; bu judiciously, and then go to work nnd make bags, for they never como amiss. No matter how ninny 0110 has, a now one is always acceptable. One pretty bag, n suitablo presont for a child or its mother, is to bo nsed for 1A lnri j . r HAT to do for - 'W c Clirktmn; C3H tire-somo N. m TUf..m J "Anarchists."' "What for?" "Con yor such bum throwers." ington Star. Wash- lamplet .I aim v.nmwme inaimii, ceatMMINar i MtfiMMiorie. O nlBMht In CaawwIcA. afcw 1 bu Ml pilla; a pneltlrv cure fot Exler at ImmmI. BMl or Iithimi, ChrHHf, or Hereditary Pile. Thta rraudy he never been known to fail $1 per box. 6 lor $5, aewl Ky ntatl Why anhVr from thi letriW Ulea.c whrH a wrll-te- o iuaraut t Mitivei ctvex wilk 6 Haee, In retuihl lh mont if not rurrd Send utamp for free aample (.uartnu-- snh1 by A II Penny, UrtiEKUiaiid t ie axiiil, hunforil, Ky. Call for -. 1 A CURE . nvawnriutHaaw ... ldin. Kct e . ' i.ijj 1 a' . Hard I.uck. "What has happened to you? You look vexed." "I should say fo. This morning I was just going to bo very angry about something when sotno ono spnko to mo, nnd I have been trying tho whole day to think what I was going to be angry about, and I can't do It" Texas Sittings. Why tin Came llarly. Mother (sitting down just ns the train starts) Oh, would you mind changing seats with me, sir? My baby wants to look out of the window. Mr. Haven JInrtford (with sarcastic politeness) With pleasure, madam. I have been saving tho seat for him for half an hour. Life. He Ouzht to Know. rrunolln I have hoard that the steerage of nn oconn steamer is a terrible place. Is it really so, Lord Lackland? Iord Lacklaud Why, how should I know? Prunella How did you gal to America? li,' iB DHtBBPv? wmFtaUv N iti II t . , Di . 1' o , Html j o, Nv orto'-- a . 9. Watt'N'nt,.Mc ' eniiif ol II. . In can-lde.iih, I'tem ,,uie O it Aj K Wf- a ipe. l)u C ; all rower in ttiatr . AbH-e matorhat i, t l if r leo e . I tl'II'' m f n 'i t r ' e y, d y, u j. t- ml fiiir ,a ,. ,1, , r ot & . I . ' We z s l' "" ,' ra wt.n!,v I . id u Unit it re wiiiirn Rjj.i n,te anlfeai..ncdoi)'y ty A " PetHy Dinj; . "d oleaieit , Swnfo d Ky 9, ctifB. ill or-lii- tl lor $ bv luevt ' . - E heilf mj at e, A ajrf j 1 o - til - y. e f ! . lr t - '. ' a'a r. a se J. S. APPLEMAN IIIF. CEI KI1RA1KI) M. D., t English Specialist, l'rl(Mref I'rMticenf Medirlne, Electrical rVJotllcal College, Fvtiuirly TOPONrO, CANADA, New Knamtmng Diyatctan AThe allofc. P1U in tho World I & of recruiting e colic, of the akin, nod nllA their curat IvoP fff tmnblea of tha txiwrla, Theyamneor- kuect4. effects nro marvelous. Dr. Swing So ym rond my book rectlvcnawell na a i;rntln rathnrtlo. Very ainall uutl rtuy to take. lilce, fi entitled "How to Cnre StaplanchH." ?:c. Onite, 30 4 1 I4-- lliiee, N. Y. What do you think of It? Miss KHghU-O- h, it wttrked like a charm. I want to sleop before I had road five pa gun. Jury. en-ptlon- a Truth. nnVctlona, A Inllvrr llatulence, atck headache, - (A penaU, lienrtburn, bllluue ly- Tiny Liver Pills TUTT'S SJECRET THEhealth U dlacorcrcd la f the Southern Medical Institute, LOUISVILI.K.KV. Will bo at Myers Houso, Stanford Tuesday, Dec. 0, Noon of 7th. I)r and until A 99001000 Promotion. "I don't believe Tommy Jonoaand I'll bo in the same geography ulaaa nnj more," said Bobby, "'can I've been to Europe this year, and 111 know moro about It titan he does. Harper's Young People. At u HomfwariHlnj:. Critical Carrad wooda and Mrs. stiah a lot of fretmetal ornnmont work! Mrs. Ieltural Yes, Indeed; It's the most worrltsome job to olean 'oin! Puck. A A Itaby'a TABLEPt'SQ 1 eOGKEYEOLJE 1 taMpertwr aad resaI-and irwatiHK Chranit He hit time toibeitMimeatof . hnmlc ilucaief ke..i mhiimI aU.Lillaa Ihtt claitel ik welltMMl.fcl Appkmaai4cra4aalrcf Uellevae IlawpM-a- t QMjt, Virk CMy. iMl Mm- lUlwhot riwawi, Cajtwda. MeV ntidea prltM4r i .aeduM. h m I.VGieat Il"verad t.rity lloMUt kttn. rl Met'nal lUturninf every tour wecki dr!a)f the year. yt. )t n dUMMtai; lre aed aad ttf hvwh an rapeM ih , TicKmk-cettlttlly- dtrwt. U Pormanontly Cures I.r.r. lltiSht tti 1 Uolneti, uta an. I Chrentc Catarrh, Ittaiiax ia Kiti Poiiei f hye, har, Kidney. UriDarr an4 lltiddcr itaukU. OINTMENT CURES NOTillNG BUT PILES. A SURE KkcMmalitm attti poiitlvey Cured. rem HHfTtrinr itom oiittg er middle Iieu. Oubtlet, Na, Ik!! Urreli, I'aralyMi, UpileMyar CihII-palloa, Young Mother I wonder why the baby always wakes up orying? Young Futher (wearily) I suppose he s mad because he's been making uo trouble. Good News. t t'ncrrtaln. Foggs Hello, old man, I hear that you are to marry Miss Dutoh. Trotter So did I. I'm going up now to ask her if tho report is true. N. Y. Herald. A tVILU I)AM(Y)l.IOX. Ic!illirltlt. and CERTAIN CURE known for 13 yeoro as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. ATWRHUP. TO., rrtptrWW; UlllUEIMOJ.t raus baa not and all etapti permiaenlty rtwovad uperAucMi Watr error We erteot, akuuM r'l heae CJtapUe a cure l( r Impeteacy. liniMmn, iheiMwIuof t mt ad ( ge utat farUnt Ike lit Blood unci Skin Diseases. Scrofula, Sltitlan, GUet.'lc , failing remtdtee wmu.n.MKh at LewecvrkM, painfel Iiptacenept el W'naik, koaitni down paint in Ua V, teDeved In tlinrt line. The Doctor carrWn aH Ma tetutde tMiramtntt and comet prepared to ciamlne the eaat ehtctuc mtdioal and urctcal catet. He undertake tut incurable Otaaaet hwtcurtt hundrrla civen up iodic A i Syphdi., n.UOll lured by never I)caeef Mentlraatien. I n- -. JJ31BlTIi CONSULTATION FREE And Cenfideainl. Adtlteit J. f S. AI'I'I.KJIAN, M LeaitvlUe, Ky. I), POSTED. Jg tsSSr ' Thn n.lUn faiewarnt hanier. fulirruim ami other net ttrotpi o nur laMi wliK4,t per million, at all uh wilt kc protfculctl to Ike lull-e- tt Client of the law. Signed iC M.M'OOVAMOoKK J? BTJIilAMf AND . r I. K IIKUCE. THOMAS C. nAtt STKKI.K 1IAILKY A.M. KKI.ANI) It. U'.OAINKS. STEEL BOILERS, Upright nnd Horizontal. "Say, you call too u dude again and your epitaph will be maJe chiefly of two things pause (s) unci olsto&e(h)." Golden Days. . Ilunl oil the First Dog We'll be tied up every Thursday nnd Saturday night--, now. Second Dog What's up? First Dog That new dude thatcomes to sec Miss Susie has money. N. Y. Weekly. The I'leh; or, Tho Story? Kiljordan (with ain't this a beauty? Caught it myself. What do you think of it? Grindstone Looks fishy, Kiljordan. Looks fishy. Chicago Tribune. Ouotrii Too Low. 1 ten-poun- I. S. I'llll.MPS. ANTON K KNACKER CLAKK KKVNOLD.s M. I.ACKOWITZ T I) NKWI.AND W W, HAYS, tl. C I. YON KKKD HAl'MANN JAMKSOIVKNS. R.I., WIIITK Stationary, Semi Portable and Portable. All sizes up to 26- horse power ' -- W. lamkllammllllW Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. Write for Krru llluttrated gF WmNH&tWtk V l'n.plU and your JAMES LEFFEL & CO., NEW YORK CITY SPRINOFIKI.I). OS IMiPMlr3rLM! Twenty mlleilhe Shortctt to d pickcrel)-Grindston- e, (NINNATirq St. touit, Alan Kor though I loved Mini Flo, , I cannot think or mating. Vc looked It up and, ah I know What la her father's rating. Chicago News Kcoord. New York, Wahinc",n. .Michigan I'einu, Chicago, Cleveland. Detroit, ilulfilo. Iiidianapoltt and tho Weil, Canada, Neat England. Koston, I'liiUdelphU, Qulckctt time lollarrodtburg, Franlforl, Ky Sliorit-i- t Hichrnond, VIRGINIA and fjuickcil line to Ilallimeie. Ills Interpretation. Johnny Mamma thinks among deaf people. Papa Is I should live SCLaaHOTtefjuj-j- ' IK YOU ARK GOING NEW &&' BJLEAN8. Johnny Yes. She thinks I should be seen, not heard. N. Y. Herald. Threat. "I hear bandits aro holding your boy Peter for ransom." "Np," returned tho banker. "They threaten to send him back If I don't pay. I shall pay." Puck. A that w)? SOLID VKSTI1H LED TRAINS thro with outchni;e via Chattanooga, lhrmlnifham, Meridian, making direct connection en route for Knot, ville, Athevdle, Lrnchliurirand point in the KTOHT3BC or WE .. .THE 3T, OAlRdDMKTAS, At Chattanooga for Avlanu,Columbu. Wilining ton, Charlejton, AbgutU, Macon, Savannah. llruBtwick, Lake City,Thomatvilleniid KLOlll DA poiutt. Tho onl v line runnlnjr tolid Vcttihulcd train witk Pullman Iloudoir or Palace Sleeping Car to St, Auguitine without change lor any clan ofpai. icrger or baggage. Sclma and Montgomery, Huntuvilte, Decatur Florence, Memplut and AH KANSAS point. Shoitit and quicken to Annialon, Sclma, Mobile. Ditrct connection made at NKW OR. LEANS witLout omnibui trsasler for Galveitoa ISUurre. "How very badly Mrs. Flash is over dressed!" "Yes; she presents quite a bazar Puck. An Achluc Yold. Cholly Bah Jove, I've a dreadful pain in my hendl Can you suggest a remedy? Slnnlkers Yes, have It filled. Truth. The Consolation of .Matrimony. She I suppose you would havo been hnppior if you hud not married me? He Yea, darling, but I wouldn't have known It. Life. Ml Louidvillc a, Nashvillc N. R. Houiton, Auiiiii, la the line for you, at it TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The cnlv through line to Jackton and Vicktburg, Mit. , Shreveport La., making direct connectioai without omrnbu trantfer for Dalla. Kort Worth, Auitin.Sin Aiitonla, El Pao and point in Double Daily Trains Make connection at cloie LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all point. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. 1IAGGAGE CIIKCKKD THROUGH Kor any information enquire of JOSS. KICK, Agent, Or Stanford, Ky. W. W. PENN. Trar. Vat. Ageni. Junction Cdy, Ky TEXAS.ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. Kor through ratca, correct county map and lu information call on Agent at Junction City, Kv oraddrc. J. S. LEITH, Trav. Pan, Agi , Jnnction Cily.Kv d. miller, Maugr., Traffic ore. Cincinnati. O. P A T. A., J i- l :t e. i - JAtfi .'j.... ' iV-- a'".TV u - -- wo.s-. m aiatli jlfli mi ,t ,, irf, !...-l..,.-- itim '. iOtV .' I I it li 11 if. m i i, , . -- ,tr' m tiiittii wai agiMf'. j.-- ' "'"' r '" lf..'.l.i..ii,i,1, wCTrswjiSr5j5 n rrrxmr " tpm Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Ky., Novrmhrk 18, 1892 Horn, to tlio wife o( IlalliB Oarrler, Rlrl. (n la Stanford, ro If you gnt tHk-- your wntah wut In tho H re- coil fln, to IXuiks for ropalr. awAbTON.Bua.ManaRer MEANS Oak load of litnu, commit nnd plaster just received nt W. II. VvVnrpn A Oo.'s IU3IHES3. hi Just opened an elegant i fur mufla nnd bona. line of InditH Sovernnco A Sou. , Kkohavino beautifully and artistically done at A. H. 1'onny'H. Buy your hooka and boIiooI Biipplloa o( all Lin da from A. It, Fenny, who nolle them nt publiaher'a price. IIavk your watch, clock und jewciry ropalrod nt A. It. Penny's. All work warranted. HsMttMtiKn t lint nil silverware, watohcB. rttiRa, Ac, boiiRht nt A. It. Penny's will bo engraved froo of charge. PERSONAL dozen epgi. Will pay 2J cents per riozn. W. II. Wearen A Co. 11)0.000 Wanted. POINTS. ruin-tivf- k Mrs. W'M. Morkuani) Is vUHIiir I .nbrt) every cent dim iih now.to buy in Nicliolnsvlllo. my ctock of goods, wliich I shnll shortly Mr. W. I". Hamhkv nnd son Jesio wont open in the new store. Tliio is iutendod to Islington Wodnumluy. Mrs. F. t Smi'MA.v, of Shelby Qtly, for every one indebted to me. So pktwe call and svttio. W. IS. Meltoberts. visltud frhjudrt hero Tuesdny. Mu. 8. S. Mykim, who la now lornted Danvii.lk is coming to the front, even in Louisville, was in town this week. if it if) doing so slowly. She will soon Dn. G, Goldstein, tho nptiuinn, will have- dally tulograim foretelling the be hero Monday for n couple of days. weather nnd changes of it, something Mu. E.D. Kennedy lain this section that Stanford hits had for live your or ftscerUlnlng tho wealth of our people. more. Misa Mawhk McOawi.ky, of Louis-vllld Mu. C. J. Tiiomiwn hss n tine St. it visiting Mini Ootnvia Sizomore, dog that earns his living otherwiso Mifr Lir.ziK Duns, of Dnnvllle, Is tho iinvbl of her sister, Mrs. M. S. Itaugh than jib a house watch. He will carry a market basket wherever he is told und nmn. Mn. J. W. Ai.coKNnuddnughter, Mlm will deliver a note with about as much acAnnie, nro in Louisville on a shopping curacy as the average coloredjboy. "" ii" 99m tour. o Mil. I. M. ISkuck is building n nice Mh. Gko. Snydkii, of Louisville, wns on his land adjoining Mr. A. 0 tho guest of Judge. W. It. Carson Hufiumn, on luist Main street, nnd will iu the near future- put up several more. Louis P. Cook shook Kentucky dust You can't count on your flutters nnd toes oil' his feet nnd loft Tuesday for Indian the number of house) going up in this Territory. rUio lht town iu Kentucky. Mim Mauy Vaiino.v went up to the mountains Tuesdny to seonbout herlrind Wiiilk working oa a at W. II. interest. Trdylor's distillery, John .Miw Jus nik Cooi'itu is BpumliiiR n fw Duncan, of LancnntMr, uad iliuve Stone iUy with Mbw Jennie .MeKinnty, in the fttil t) the ground, n HWw of IS or M West Bml. lout, and wero both Iwilly limiewl. Mr. Mmh Katk IkKit.c, of Ilustenvilltf, Stone U uuablu to walk, but fortunately here visiting hur ulster, .Mih It)!; Bogle, It Is from a strain ratlT than a hrokmi the latter jwrt of last week. Somerset limb. He public h, MimIIklbn BAt'rLKY wen) to Un-vil- le James Looan, colored, was tried Judge J. A. Chappell, at Rowland, Tuesday to visit the family o! Mr. Wednesday, for attempting to rape MaJ. H. Clirlsiiwn. Mspskh. J. K. Cahsn slid 1). Q. ry Mullins, a respectable colored girl of Slaughter returned jtwtonlnv from n Itowland. He was held over till circuit court and his bond placod at 5200. Failtrip to LoulsrMo. Miu Mokiiok Ouiitih Itm decided to re ing to give it he was placed iu, jail to move with his family to Springrlohi, 111., await the noxt term. nnu will fell his property Dec. '2, No doubt there are some persons who Mirs Lin Litiiuow, who has boen tho think because we aro the only coal guest of MiM Jatiio Kelnnd, returned on dealers hero that the price of coal will be Wednesday to her homo in Louioville. raised. This is not the case. Pure o Miu 1$. J. 0. Howk returned WodneH eon I of the finest grade is still selling day from his home nt Indlsnapolis, ac- at l.tj cents, which only neb) us one companied by his son, Mr. Pearl Howe. (.tint on the pound, nnd which Is as little, Mtiu. 0. II. Bakkh nnd 0. W.Terry, it seems, ns tho public ought to expect. of IligUhjind, went to Cincinnati Wed- Hlgglns A Watts. nesday to replenish their stock of winter A tiiikp, who was perhaps a little dry, goods. Mit. It. 0. Poit i) ntxt his pretty bride, ellecled entrance to Henry Hester'H who was Miss Kin id a Garrard, pastijd retail house Tuesday night by pulling a through on Tuesday's train for Florida, staple, nnd took therefrom about 30 gallons of whisky nnd some 20 gallons oi wheru they will remain till Juu. 1st. brandy. Mr. lletuer suspected Jim Kay, Da. IIihiii Kpid ami Mrs. Beltio P. went to Lculsvlllo WtHlnesday to a Lancaster darkey, and after securing n have Dr. Chenthnm examine the tatter's writ, went to his home and searched It, ear, which has recently given her much but did not succeed in finding any trace of his liquor. troub'o. II e, ?. Jonoa' Groat Dargaln Storonud got 21 cents pur d ox- Crab Orchard post oflico hss announced the fact in huge postors stuck on the en for them. outer walls. As your Unci Dave 11111 OANiir Poi.li.no. Ttm Mivn IMugh-tiinannounced last midwinter, the man who gave n enndy pullingTnelay night. wants an oilico must seek it and not A nunilwr of their friends wero invited wait to bo sought by it. Louisville and all bud a good time. Times. U. n TAKByuruggto The HnrrodsburgSnyingi has a good picture of Judge John W. Hughes, the popular applicant for revenue collecFoil Uknt Two rooms oyer Soveranco tor. A Son's store. Apply to Will N.Craig or Dr. Steele Ilailoy. A tiiiei- broke the lock of Biggins A 9 9 Watts' oilice, Wednesday night, but did Mn. 0. D. Powell's etoro woa burgtar-ize- d not enter, evidently being scared off beWednesday niuht and his cash fore he accomplished his objegt. drawer roliovod of about $G U change. No goods are missing and tho thief was Tittt iron front of tho new buildings evidently after inonoy only. Entrance will bo u ji in i day or two and the balwan olTeated through the window. ance of tho work will be done in short 9 order. They will be fur handsomest Lkst his statements should bo taken of any of our businepH. the houses. with a dose of salts, a candidate for tho - Ooa clonk etock, by recent purchases, still corn pie to. Severnnco A Son. PLEASED : Democrat or Republican. All find pleasure in coming to the New Cash Store under the House. It is now a CoffcA ' I as DISPLEASED .. Joseph C. Thank, "that Lancaster prencher," who, it was roported on good authority, said that the would opon the next day after the election, if Sauiley was chosen, writoa- that ho did not sy it. Wo accept his statement, though the charge canm miuhty straight. bar-room- REGULAR BEE HIVE Where everybody comes to sip the sweet of low prices. Our f oods are so good and so and so cheap they need nothing added to make them go. If yon would sec business come and spend a day with ns. s - Dor Clothing FarnisninJ EDDds, BddEs Her-nnr- ' rot-tng- Wod-ueadti- y. - Mor-keiH- r h-- k be-for- u Jel-lic- sun shone, tho winds blew nnd tho rains Shoes, Mats and Caps in the hands of Mr. M. C. Pedigo and our Ladies', Misses' and Childrcns Cloaks, Dress Goods, Underwear, Hofell, making it verydisigreoablo generalsiery, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Laces, Ribbons, Trimmings, &c, in the ly. It will be better even if it is colder. The signal sorvico telegraphed hands of Miss Annie Green, have doubled in sales in the last montli. 0 a. m. yesterdny and in an almost in- this office Init afternoon ns follow: We arc forging our way to the front in every department. Excurcredible abort space of timo the flro com- "Fair, colder Hoist thoco'd sions to the Great Mammoth in Louisville don't effect us a particle. pany hod their apparatus headed for it. wave signal," and hero she is: We not only save railroad fare but money but money besides. Come It was a quarter of a tnilo distant, but in and sec us. Kit.: . While uncoupling freight three minutes by tho watch two sluices of water wero playing on ther lire, which cars nt Berea, on the K. C, Frank Baiover nnd had gotten under too much headway to ley, a conductor, was crushed, dying four hours later. Bailey be put out. Tho houso was frame and dry as tinder and the dimes leaped out was about 40 years of age and came from of every nook and corner, fanned by n the West recently, and this was his first windtthat blow a gale. Tho boys work- trip. He was a Knight Templar from Is now ready for everybody with a full line of Centralia, Iowa, where his family aro loed with a'.willjiirid considering their a lire wns never fought hard cated. Ho wan a brother of Capt. S. M. er i no tiouoio wns mat tnere were too Bailey, who ran on the Richmond many men giving orders, whoso voices Branch pome time. Ladies' and Misses Cloaks, drowned that of tho chief, I. M. Uruce. of Wo aro just in receipt of the news A considerable portion of tho furniture, thu death of Mr. S Greening, of tho 200. $S00 of which had just valued Shelby City neighborhood, which ocbeen purchased, nnd upon wliich there curred last week, aged 78. He married Shoes of all kinds. Full stock of Boots for Men, Boys and Chil was no Insurance, was saved iu a very Miss Lucy Fox nnd she and two chil- drcn. Call and examine our goods and get prices. bud condition. The house, which with dren, Mies Ann and John P. Greening, market prices paid for Eggs, Butter, Gensang and Dried e tho lot was recently bought by Mr. survive him. He wns a good citizen Fruit. from Mrs. Mary .Miller, for S5.000, and will be missed in his community. was insured in the London A Liverpool W. E. When the inspectors went to search A Globe forf.,000, leaving tho lotH at Louis Marke, at Castlo Garden, 2f. Y about $2,000. Mr. Menofew was absent he claimed that he had Drought nothing and did not arrive till all wus over. Ho from tho Old World with him and that had only moved his family into tho it was unnecessary to go to the trouble house last month nnd his inability to of examining him. The inspectors took have the insurance on his furniture tho trouble, however, and found on hie transferred kept him from injuring it at person OS gold watches valued at nil. Had the alarm been given sooner Marke is now in jail in default of IDHATGGXST, tho building might have been saved, as S3.500 bail. it was the boys demonstrated their ability to cope with a big tiro by putting it NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. out entirely before the outside walls wero consumed. The water came down with such n piessure that the white men JJ wore powerlfsa to hold tho noazle, but Call and secure Bargains. such stalwart colored citizens as Jim tho inle extraction of teeth mil other Hanks, Isom Hausford and others hold POST-OFFIC- E have tested Iti virtue sufficientminor sorcery. it like grim death and did most excellent ly tu krw R. C. MORGAN, U. D. S. work. to-da- SiiBnirK Mknei'kk's Loss. That fiuit-fu- l source of tires, the kitchen flue, has gotten in its work again nnd the handsome residence of Sheriff J. N. Menefee lies in ruins. The alarm was sounded nt Yesterday was. all sorts of a day. The 9 9 9 J. S. HUGHES. W. Eo PMG KKINS Staple Dry Goods and Dress Goods, ntl. Clothing for Mec, Boys and Children, Men-ofe- PERKINS, Crab Orchard. WlflcROBERTX, S1.'J,-O0- 0. a JDEInTTO. 1 Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. BEAE OF EtOOM. l'r MRA.VD3 KItOt TIIK HUIININO. .1. Al-fo- rd 9 I iP Tiik Danvillu people write that they CITY AND VICINITY. do not want the celebration there, which wsb proposed for tho four counties of M at cirmtR.3 nt MoKInney llro this judiuial district. It is more than Presents for all at Diinks, the Jew- - probable also that none will be had here. eler's. It is a uselees expenditure of time and on Mill street. money, for God and everybody else Foil Hknt. A cotUso Apply to Will Mntheny, or at this of knows that the Stanford democrats are filled with thankfulness without burning lico. powder'and wasting oratory to show it. ' 9 99) Wantbii. 200 pounds of butter nt Tub Legislature is again in session doing per pound. once. Will pay 20 cents nothing us heretofore, but we are not alMcKlnnoy Hros. together miserable. Tho Frankfort Capi9 9 9 A vkiiy ''indeBlrable" residetce nnd tal, which hs to issue daily during the store-rooin Stanford for salo. Apjdy soision, is a big recompense for the ills with which tho (other thing alllicls up. at corner Main and Somerset streets. 9 and dear old Polk seems to have taken Wk are iu need of money and would on a completely new lease if life since appreciate the payment of accounts that tho famous victory. Here's looking at are due and past due. .Sine & Menetee." you, old boy, and hoping you may get 9 9 Tiik inspection car passed down to anything nnd everything you want in Louisville Wednesday. j All of the su- tho way;of a government oilire. perintendents, including Mr. J. I. Mc Thk new constitution requires that Kinney, wero on bo.id. the persons holding property shall list it Tiik Pulaski democrats will ratify Nov. at its actual yaluo what it would bring 21. There will bo speaking by many at sale. Parties are sworn to give iu distinguished orators, a horseback par-a- their property at that rate and aro reand a big display of tiro works. quired to make oath lo tho truthfulness ,.. ' Mll, . of their statement. Please have your list ANoniKii Fikk. While, the big lire made out so thnt there will bo no dewas rnging Joe Ohunanlt's house, in tention when I call on you. My time Makaville, caught flro on tho roof, but by for taking tho assessment is much shortjtronipt aud energetic action it was put er tlinu it was under the old constituout before much damage was done, save tion. Ii U. Kennedy, Assessor. shingles and the Insty the pulling olF of 9 9 removal of furniture. Tiik Keutuuky Society of VcteranH of 9 m the Mexican War held a meeting in the Jack.Ciiinn caught it in tho neck at Senate chnmoer, Frankfort, Oapt. J. H. the Kast St. Louis Hack, where he was McBrayer, presiding. Adfitjrli'r. lie WHS about tO Stick ..ntlno aa dresses were delivered by Hon. Geo. T. bin fnmoua knife into a nun when a Ilalbert and Speaker Moore, which tired at him. The wound, while listened to with much appreciation. were The nainful. is not necessarily intal. Ohinu election of oflicera resulted as follows: swears vengeance and asya he will start President, JohnIJ. McBrayer, of Andera private graveyard for all Implicated In son county; George T. tlfe matter. Ilalbert, ofJLowis, and Gen. W. J. t of Garrard; secretary, John G. Sold Out. Hev. It. 11. Mahony didn't stay in tho coal business long. Ho has Craddock, of Parie;,correspondlng secreBold out his interests, including a wbrou tary, AlexanderJWilliauison, of Cynthi-an- a. Stanford was agreed upon as the e, etc., to Hlgglns & and team, $875, or $75 more than he paid next place of meeting,;nnd J. S. Bosley Watts for for it. The purchasers willuso the oilice and Reuben Williams, of Lincoln counMr. Mahony had put up, but their head ty, wero appointed a committee to arquarters will be found at the old stand range for aud fix the date of tho meeting Capital. near tho depot. I. ' -- do . -- m m t, po-lice- ts, T Lan-dra- coal-hous- the houso lately ocupied by A. G. Haatland, on the Somerset pike and is moving into it. Sevornl of the best flro fighters of the colored population will betaken into the company. They deeervo to have n high seat in the new sanctuary. When everybody did so well it is invidious to particularize, but Jim is entitled to honomblo mention. He foueht like a Hnrrodehurg tiger. Tho fire laddies sprang to their posts. many of them with their good clothes on and a number of nice suits and fine hats were ruined by the water and dirt. Wnlkor McKinney fell down while pulling n reel cart and was run over by it, but was back at his post in a moment smiling a smile that was childlike and bland. Pete Hampton tried to sound the alarm, but in his excitement ho broke bell and it the rope to the stopped short after one note had been sounded. The tire is unusually hard on Mrs. Menefee. She had just gotten everything straight and tolier idea when almost in an instant everything was swept away. Mr. Pearl Howe, who furnished the apparatus, hns a large experience In fighting tires nnd did ellectivo work. Onco he caught fire nearly all over and the hofe bad to be turned on him. But for the tire company the houses on the opposite side of the street would have caught surely. The wind was blowing lOOJiniles an hour and seomed determined tn do its part towards a general conflagration. Several of the boys sudered sprains and bruises, but the severest accident was to Mr. W. G. Raney, who was struck in tho back of the head by a nozzle and sustained a painful scalp wound. He is not severely hurt, we are glad to say. While opinions diller as to the direction in which the fire ought to have been fought, there is not a dissenting opinion that it was' the hardest fought battle over witnessed. The boys covered themselves all over with glory from Chief Hruce down to the humblest member of tho company. Tho water works proved itself all that is claimed for it. It was running at 00 pounds pressure when the alarm was sounded and in an instant it was up to 100. It can be run to :)00, but even 100 is too strong for the boys to handle the hose except by groat effort. A vast amount of water was wasted, but even then tho smaller pool of S0,000 galloua was lowered only a foot and tho larger one of 200,000 gallons, but :ij inches. With any kinU of showiug the boys .could easily have put tho firo out and the fact that they succeeded in doing so at all speaks volumes of praise both for thorn and the water supply. Wick-ershacourt-hous- e Mr. Menefee has rented Commissioner's J. M. Sale. Hank A: Trust Co , del in. Notice or sale. Farmers Hank Ar Trust Co , ol Slant aril, Plaintiff vs. Simeoti K Couk Arc, Defendant. On Uross I'etitton. tly virtu of a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court remitted in the ahmestvled action at the October tern., 1S9J, the undersigned Special of said mutt will on LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. Philips, Arc, Plaintiff, v. r"rmcr BUELL 0 FRIDAY, NOV. 25, 1892, Oo the premises and at tin residence of J Mat Philips, In Lincoln cotiuty, Ky , UAween tho hours of on. m. and 4 p. nt., offer lit public auction to the highest and best bidder tho lo lowing described real estate situated In Mid county : lit A tract of land consisting ot BO0TS&SH0ES : 150 Acres or Thereabouts, well-built Heme the samo tract upon which J. M. Philips now resides. On this tract there ii a lare, dwullloR. house, a commodious barn and thoe Improvements usually seen on a well-kefarm. ad. A' tract contiguous to the aforesaid tract containirg pt 164 ACRES OF one-half THE LAND, BEST -- : MADE Or thereabout. Krom this tract there is excepted acre, ccnoyet! by J. M. Phi lips to about School Ulitrict 19, March .18, iBi. jd. At same tinui and place thtrc will be offered for sale a lot of personal propertp", consisting of a few horses, cows hojs and oue W. A. Wood WE ARE - reaper The undersigned will, pursuant to said judgment, ofTor for salo at putilic auction to the lilt;!.-and best bidder In the town of Lancaster, Kj., e door on and befitro the coltrt-huus- STILL SOLE AGENTS. M'ROBERTS TO TEE LADIES. am receiving one of the most elegant lines of MlLt.LlNKRV ever handled in Stanford, selected with an especial view to the wants of this trade. Miss Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an cxpe. rlenced trimmer, Is with me this season and I guarantee everything to bo In the latest and most approved tashlon The ladies are invited to call and examine my goods, which I will take pleasI MONDAY, in NOVEMBER7 28TH, iS.j, the following described real (stale, situated . The Lancaster. Garrard count, Kv. UUU'liSrORK HUH.niNG AND LOT, now occupied bv R F. McRnlmrtt and situated ou comer of Public Square aud Richmond Street, store-house & HIGGINS. J. H. BAUGH3IAN, FIRE AMD STORM extending back to N A Thompson's lot and fronting about 14 feet on Public Square, ad. The vacant LOT AHOl'T 74 leet front on which was occupied by formerly a situated on cast side of Public Square 111 Lancaster, Ky., bounded N. by drug store and lot aboe described, heretofore In occupation of U. K McRoberts, i. by a lot belonging to estate of L. V Philips, dee'd. 3rd. The vacant lot on I: side of Public Square 111 Lancaster. Kv .formerly occupied by E. V Lillard, hounded S. by building of National llauk of Lancaster, X. by lot belonging to estate of L. V. Philips, de ot-ti- INSURANCE AGENT Representing.. .. TKRMS. The personalty will bo.jold on a cred it of 3 months, on notes bearing 6 per cunt, inter-v- n and good security. The real estate will bo wild on a credltof 6 and uimnths in equal ItiMall ments, the purchaser keing required to give bond with good secirity, paynhU to commissioner, bearing interest from date, having effeit of a judgment and also secured by lien on the land. M C SAl r LKY, hpeilal uommlssicner. 75 Censed. ure 111 showini;. 63 miss Licciu Sale : of : Personalty. l)avon, deed, Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Eng Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Ins. Oo. of North America, " icies promptly isurd. Will insure acainst wind storms and lightning Lightning ached without additional charge Office at First National Dank. Stanford. All of which ar nrt-rU- t Cnmpanie. I would he pleased lo wait on my-- friends in this line. Pol. torna-dcclaus-esa- 11 I A executor of thli will of J L we will sell on the premises on r. tt PUBLIC SALE I will sell publKly on one-half I Saturday, November 26, Work Horse, t llrood Mard, 3 Cows and Calves, 4 Yearlioc steers, 8 Fat Hogs, 15 sheep, Wagon, 1 Surrer and Harness, Lot of Stock Kodder, Stack of Hay, About 100 barrels of com at the heap shucked, &c. made knowti on day ol sale. I'eims 1 1 v I i8o, at to a. m. prompt, the following properly; 1 Yearling Jack, A MONUMENTS Of.aH kinds, TUESDAY, NOV. 22, '92 miles from Stanford on StanFour and ford .V Preachersvllle turnpike, in Lincoln county following property, to v it. Six or 7 milk cows, tho Made and Set Up in All Parts of the Country. No Agents employed. i 20 Yearline Steers fit Heifers Five brood mares, all bred to jacks, a work hones, a W. ADAMS & wo.k mules, No. 4a llroadway, Lexington, Ky. SON, 1,. L. 75 21 Yearling Mules, Mares but 2, About 100 gooj ewes, all been bred, ulo 3 Southdown bucks, 6 fat hogs and about ao idioats. Household and kitchen furniture, I Rcss cutter, No. it, r, 350 bushe's of wheat, about 40 acres tt of com In the shock, a larm wagons, a nice good mower and all other tools on a farm. used Sums ol $10 aud undci, cash, over that Tkkms amount 6 month's credit, with inti rest, bond with V. M. LACKEY, security required. good Suitlord, Ky. T .hi A. G. Talbolt, Auctioneer, horse-poweUar-ns- J. H u..3., i RIGHT, U I rt. NEW BUTCHER SHOP.! - UBALKR IN I will sell at the marthat can Iw ket price. I have a lino, now, large refrigerator and menu will always be kept fresh and n,ce BEST TUB obtained, which 4Simi s llutcher Shop on I have just opened a Lancaster street, wheru I will ktmp at all times : 3yEBA-T- S : first-clas- General -:- - Merchandise, JUUA.N Vial. And Country Produce, Has opened his stock ofgoii: and Is ready to serve tho people of Stanford and vicinity. He Is olTtr ing unheard of Bargains and all who want goods at tho low est possible price should him on Logsn Avenue, near Lancaster pike "i JTX" V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT Published Every Tuoaday and Friday 2 riCIl YE AIUN" ADVANCE. not 10 paid 32.60 will be charjred."Ts ROYAL ' Show II I m No Meroy. ,vo O.in Another. How Thosn 1. r "Boys, what's tho trouble?" askcfl a .'.j"i I am naked to MiukI Now, mnu who had como upon a Kentucky sing, I never say: '"Oh, I enu't!" but I lynching party. always sit right down at th plnno 'This chop killed his fothor," Mamie And let the nudiamfo-ilnt- l It "Oh, well, the old man would have out for thamsolvuB? Yes? Truth. had to dio some time." Hnnl an tlio Poor liny. "IIo killed his brother, too." He I drank some champagne, yon "That's nothing much. Cain did know, and after awhile it wont to my that, hut nobody lynched him." head. "But ho stole a mule, too." She That was tho only empty place "You don't say! String him up!" left, I suppose. Jury. Jury. Full of Knthuslnsm. Brown You show a good deal of loyish enthusiasm over your coming trip to Europe. Why, you've crossed several times before, haven't you? Robbcrts Yes, but it Is my first trip without my wife. Brown I might h&vo known that. I met your wife yesterday, fend I never saw her look so happy. Texas Sif tinges. Will There niooershetl? Triwct A good many people are demanding the abolition of walking delegates. Dicer True, and If the walking delegates follow their usual procedure there will be borne duels. Dicer Well, they arc accustomed to call men out. Judge. Tho Stge Heroine. Tho lover bugged her on the stage: To her it was not funny: IIo earned his salary, while she found Sho was hard pressed for money. a. s. price;, Office over Severance & For Sato I FARM FOR SALE. Firmoi 50 Acres on the Danville & blanfordplke. Ihree miles Irom Stan lord. It is well Imptnved, with dwelling of five rooms, new barn and all necessary outbuildings also has fine spring. Call on me oh the premises or addreass me at Stanford, Ky, KUOENK KEI LEY 6 I will sell privately my SURGEON DENTIST. Son'i Store, Main street, Twenty XJailiHnjj Xots In the corporate llralli of Rowland. Stanford. It I. DARST.JRowland STRAY NOTICE. Taken up as stray, about a week ago, ono white I will sell privately my Farm of 41 Acres, I mile and black spotted nog, split in left ear and crop 0(1 riant: wciuhi about sso pounds. Owner car. from Crab Orchard, on the Stanford pike. It is land and well improved with good dwelling, get it by proving property and tavinc cnarcrs. Call on me on the arn, lncyard, water. A SAMUEL HOLMAN, Crab Orchard Ky. premises or address mo at Crib Orchard 0511 Farm IFor Sale. juii.N THE RILEY HOUSE Incuiixlstent. " I halt a Jealous rnnn!" she snkl; And when he learned to treat, instead, llor follies with Indulgent sir, She orled because ". didn't tare" Harry Ilomalae, lu" Tuck. AN UNSEEN VISITOR. in. kaiiui. F. U. RILEY, Proprietor, London, - - - Kentucky. 1 have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public Uood Livery attached and every convenience desired, Give me a call. Bargain in .Lincoln OountyfcFarm produetive and well located. Apply In W. E. VARNON, StiHfeid, Ky. je GotoEarp'sArtGalltry To have jour photographs laken. with all the IIo keeps, up If sold before the itef January. 131 Acres; rich, 77 FRANK RILEY, Latest Improvements, And will give you Rood satisfaction. -- iy A J KARf, Manford POWDER Absolutely Puro Titter Unkind Powder H tthest ot In leavening strength Latest Unite d State Government Food Keport. ! ROYAL RAKING FOWDERCO , " V to6 Wall street, New York. k A Crram of ,IH- The placo is well improved and In a healthful locality. For particulars, address MRS. W. I. HKDDUNS. iti'tmeet 1010 Olivo Street, Kauias City, Mo. IREJITT. A SPLENdYo ': FARM, Known as the J. D Carpenter place, situated if miles from lluttonville. on the Middleburg pike. FOB Notico to tho Traveling Public. . . 1 have had . THE SHELTON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and ntrely furnished and pave In connection with Hotel one of the best saloons In the State, open day and nlghtj a night man rrws all trains. In connection with tisuifl nave alio one of the best Mineral wells la the ftato call PVor'f?rncelo waur, Mr on llr. and Mrs W. Patrick. Louisville, and Mrs. ttoyd Tetm.. A A. Warren, Stanford, llr Mr and Mrs T. W ii.K"ii! rocf,?r' 9Hamilton, Rowland. Mr. and Mrs. II. Johnson, r.ew Haven, Jim Cox. Greensburir F, Rates day J M. Petrey, clerk. Cive me a call it per I. W. CARRlKR.Prop Jesse D. Wearen Keeps constantly on hand a full line of ,In' - lrun, TriwetrYhy? HE Foreign s Deler In and Domestic Fruits, first-class STAPLE & FANCY Vy K. u. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7 at Train t.aves Rowiand at 5:10 00 a. ra., returning i.m. L.&N. Brooklyn Life. LOCAL TIME CARD. IDENTIFIED AT LAST. ta 47pm Mail tratn going North- ..130pm " South .. ........... 1102 am .. South Express train " .............. North ........ 7 45 ...... Local Freight North 4 4SP South Tin latter traini also carry passengers The above U calculated on itandard time. Solar ime i aoout 10 minutei faitcr -- QUEEN & CRESCENT Soutb-beund-Q ROUTE. IJ.S5 m ; Trains pass Junction- City aslpllows: AC. Special (Hue-Gra- ss North-bound-- Mail iit:5j p ro ; New Orleans Limited 3:30 p. m.. Special 8:40 p.m. C. Special j:e6 . m.; Blue o Grasi Special 6:00 a. m. ; Cincinnati Limited 3 P- - m. p. m.: Fast Mail u-3- 3 Fas' NOTICE, ThU li o notify the public that I will prosecute any person that hires, fmF1?f"r j stays in "r j harbors u. i. ....... $t 1 ! W. B. PENNY will deliver ice every morning tt families in Pauline (half nvrakc) Llgel Llge! ... . r,..j.. anil vlctmtv And fine table delicacies. Special rantord 100 pounds at ca cents ef 60 cents, and ui to Wake up! Yo's snorin' loud 'nough to at the rate pounds attention given to the best brands ider jo special at the rate of 75 cents wako do neiglibors, so yo' M Truth. caJl attention Hrenner of Canned and Bottled goods, also prewinjr C..' Celebrated I. to the John for which X. L. Hieer. am agent. Will f jmlsh in eithe krg 01 bottle What lie Mil.l. I carry the Write far prices. Evaporated Ltttlo Dot I saw Unolo Toby In A'Good, Comfortable Residence, Jtf K.I1REMKR. Stanford, Ky finest line of Foreign and Domeschurch. I On Danville street. Gocdgardcn, oow pasture, tic Fruits, Candies, Nuts, &c. Alnmtna Did you? What did he have John U. Cattleman yaru, waier, vc. Apply to A O Lanhara to say? buy only from the most reliable 1K. IllUGH REID. or MRS. 11ETTIE I'. AI.FORD. Little Dot He said "Anion." Good ?s packers and can assure you of the Xmvs. best. Favor me with your order i7. Cultlvntliif; Iteclprorlty. and it will receive prompt atten"80 you gave your sister a beautiful Lawn, Garden. tion. Terms, 30 days. Goods birthday present, did you, Tommy?" Immense stock of Fruit and Ornamental trees, Promptly Delivered. "Yes; 1 ulwuys give Sttsio a present on her birthday, 'catu mine oomes a small Fruits, Shrttht, Vines and i'lantn. Trices low. We have no ajents and our profits cease OP LIVERPOOL. where theirs bexln. General aud Strawberry week after hers." Boston Globe. RRST NATIONAL BANK en appllcalkti lo H. T. HILLKN.MUYKR, OF STANFORD, KV. 7 Grost Tlintt;litleneN. I.exincWw. Ky Angelina Papa's Income Is very Capital Stock S200.000 BAU13BE&0ASTLEMAN large, but he spends n good deal. Edwin It's too bad. Isn't It? Ito MANAOKKS, -- . DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Surplus seoms to forget that his money really belongs to us! Truth. Attention of the public is invited to the fac Oommerco Building, Louisville Confectioneries, Ac. baker aud ean lurnitb read, Cakos and the like on short notice. S, las with him a GROCERIES XCE AJKTB B3SER. I FOR RENT. 1 1 Orchard, i. ROYAL insurance Company, Cat-alec- 20,000 One) Sloro A 11 eel, Dciitlst. Office South side Main street, in office recently vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Original Jellico Coal. Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford and Rowland. Office corner ot Depot street and railroad crossing. & WATTS. 6 HIGGINS ROXI.AID, KY., f HARDWARE, IN GROCERIES, DEALER Ohio and Shoes, Cigars and Tobacco. counIllvTr Salt for sale by barrel. Will take market price. try produce in exchange for goods at llrodhead To- 1 lor tho old reliable onrf w.ll keeD a full line of these goods ill k. stock, and all iasicoi me iierchantsot Manford .nt a I Summer In the South. "Heen south, I understand?" & BOWELL, EUSTIB "Yes; 1 was down there neorly all STANFORD, KY.,summer." House, Sign, Decorative Painter "Great country. Very hospitable people." and Paper Hanger. "Yes, indeed. Uutter flows like water - Estimates furnished. Country work solicited. there in the summer." Puck. . Journalistic Item. J.H.YEAGER M.BRUCIJ. Conductor (holding up a greenback) Did anybody lose a bill? BRUCE & YEAGER, Mr. Faberpusher Yes, I did. "Are you sure?" UVBT. FBD iSD 5AIE STABLE, "Well. I didn't precisely lose tho bill, but I have been missing one STANFORD, KY. for a long time now." Texas Sif tings. c -ten-dollten-dollar put thQgoods in their houses at Factory prices. Thankinjcithe public for iberal Ptro"al?e'.LkB? your coutinuonceof same, and remain K. IIILTO, J S7'yr servant. mi Sittings. Willis So your hired girl left rather "Pa, who was the old woman who unexpectedly. Is there anything missing? lived in a shoe?" VYallaee Yes; tho kerosene can. "She was originally a New York girl who married a Chicago shoemaker, and Jury. was left a widow without n home." Not a Visitor. Life. Mrs. Oadds That new minister ain't much on vlsitln'. Is he? Just tho Thins; to rieatn Illin. Mrs. Gabb No. I guess his wife is a "I'm saving up my pennies to buy purty good cook herself. N. Y. Weekly. papa a Christmas present," said little Nell to her aunt tho other night. "What are you going to buy him?" An honest Swedo tells bis story In plain but unmistakable language for the benefit of the public. asked her aunt. "A great big wax dolly that can shut "One of my children took a severe cold and got the croup. I Rate her a tcaspoonful of Chamber-Iain'- s her eyes and say mamma," said Nell. Cough Remedy and us five minutes later Harper's Young People. cave her one more. My this timcthe had lo cough up the gathering jn her throat. Then she went to I'avenMlarUy Bh1 Contempt. sleep and slept good for fifteen minutes. Then vomited, then she went bed "So we've been stealing again," re- she got up and for the remainder of the back to She night. and slept good marked Judge Duffy to an old offender got the croup thesecond night and I gave her the samoremeay witn ine tame good results. I write who was krraigned for trial. because I thought might be some one in "Yes, your honor, and I reckon we this same need ana not there the true menu of this know the Charles A. Thompscen, will not get oft as easy as we did the wonderful medicine." and Des Moines, Iowa. 35 last time, will we, judge?" Texas by Dr. M. L. Ituume, 50 cent bottles far sale and Optician, 1 ist Hat ini; dissolved partnership, we arc rryde himui of scttlinc our old busincs. and nil K. A W. II. Wearen will find their accounts with W II. Wenrn A Co., at the same piaee 01 business, riease eau and settle. II. K.& W. H. WEAKKN. ? DANKI THE JEWELER, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of Watches, Clocks Stanford, Ky Jewelry And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. All goods sold(eograved tree of charge. is the only National Hank in Stanford Un.Ur the r.tovition. of the National liank Act depositors are secured net only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability lor so amount equal to the stock, sa that deptsiUrs ol this Institution are secured by a fund f $400,000 Five sworn statements ef the condition of the bank are made each year to the Uulted States government and its assets arc esamlned at stated times by government agents, thus securing addititoaa and pctfect safety 10 depositors. This institution, originally established as tns Deposit Hank of Stanford In iSjS, then tied as the National IUnk ol Stanford la iWj and First National Hank ol gain Stminr.t in 1S81. has had nracttcaliy an uninter years. Ills better supplied of rupted enttCBce now with facilities for transacting business prompt ty and liberally than ever before in Its long and Accounts of corporations, fiduhonorable career ciaries, Sims and Individuals respectfully soiic-teThe Directory el this Hank is composed ol T.J. Foster, of Stanford; Foreilus Retd. Lincoln county; J. W. Hiydcfl, Stanford ; S.H. Hauihman, Lincoln; M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon; S T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Hoeker Stanford; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; that this Agents throughout the South W. A. TRI3BLE, Local Ajcnt, STANFORD, KY. THK STAN!- JRD' Watertight and Ice Co. d. Has coniriitrd with responsible nraslorltsptants and will have the Ice and Klectric Plants completed ta about sixty davs; the Water Plant soon after la order to place Individual contracts to ad. vance for Water and FJecttU LlRbt, the Company offers the following Necessary water pipes will be laid, connected t mains at actual teat pipe and work Weel'lc, wirrs put la and necessary futures fj, Dished free ot charge To be of best quality and guaranteed lo flvs satisfaction. The schedule of adopted rate Is tromsstato per cent, tower than is usually xlvrn. lr T. P. Hill.Stanford. W. G Welch, Stanford; Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. Dwelling of j rooms, one faucet Rach additional room Kach additional faucet........ Stores, Hanks and Private Offices, i laucct Ilaths, private, one lauceu Hose attachment lor sprinkler Stables, private, one animal . Kach additional animal Desired Information. Milwaukee and St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth and all points In the Northwest. Two fast trains leave Chicago daily for St. Paul. Minneapolis and Duluth with Pullman Vestibuled Drawine Room Sleepcrsand Coaches of latest design Its Dining It is the only route Car Service is unsurpassed. to the Pacific Coan oer which both Pullman Vesand Pullman Tourist Cars are tibuled, operated Irom Chicago viaM. Paul without change. Painphelts giving valuable information can be obtained freo upon application to your nearest ticket agent, or lo Jas. C. Pond, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Chicago, lit first-cla- H'c desiro to impress upon the minds of the pub. lie the superiority of the service offered by the Wisconsin Central Lines brtwien Chicago and OFFICERS: I.S. Iloeker, President; Jwhn J. Me Roberts, Cashier; W.P.Tate, Slanlord. $5 , I S CO . . A. A. Me Kinney, Assistant Cashier. 3 oo S a oo S oo Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. OF STANFORD.. KV , Is now fully orgaoiied and ready far business with Electric Light Rates. One arc and three ttTYour patronage respectfully solicited. For commercial use! 16 e, p. spectfull- - asks a public. The above firm wentin" -- and fleet July patronage of the re-th- it Can H Havo Hern NEW RIGS AND HORSES Have been p irrhnted and nothing but turnouts will leave the stable. J7 first-class Give tliem a Call. MYERS HOUSE P. W. CREEN, Prop. Sullerers from La Grippe fouud it just the thing New Arrival (In the spirit world) a speedy And this is the great Christopher Colum- and under aits uo hadbottle at and perfect recovour expense and ery. Try sample bus! Why, you do not resemble in tho Ua,n for yourself just how good a thing It Is. TriA R. Peony's drug store. Large at slightest degree the pictures they are al bottles freeand 1. siie 30 cents printing 01 you on earth! Christopher Coiumbus No, thank Speclmon Cnsos heaven! Chicago Tribune. S. II Clifford, New Cassoll, Wis , ws troubled disordered, uls liver was alfected to an alarming The Count ile Hoc. degree, fell away and he was terribly reThey were talking of the intelligence duced inappetite and strength. Three boUlss of flesh KlectrK letters luretl bin r' of animals. Edward Shepherd, Harnsburg, III., had a run"I've seen a hog count," ho wtid. ning sore on his leg ot eight years' standing. Used "So havo I," fchii said. "I've se him three botileipf Klectrk Hitter and set en bos Arnica Ssdve .count two sents in tho car. and take of Hucklen'sJohn Speaker, aud his leg I sound Catawba. Ohio, hail and well thsm both hlmsoif." Detroit Freo live large fever sores on hia leg, doctors aid he was incurable. One bottle Electric Hitters and Press. ne bnx Itiukten's Arnica Salve cured him entirv-y- . A Ktire Combination. Sold at A. R. Penny's drugstore. with neuralgia and rheumatism, his stomach was Tlirm? anteed to giv? rebel or money will be paid back. It will cot you nothing and will surety dujeu good if you have a cough, cold or any trouble with threat, chest or lungs. Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds ii guar- Now Try Thin. XalirERTT ST&B3CJS This stable, which well-know- n Is run n connection with the Myers House, lias been supplied with A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, wagons, Clerk This will go very nicely with blue. .Mrs. WitliLTby rummer's Suppl es nnd Is better than ever u supply the public with prejsaie FIRST-CLAS- All S BIGS OF ALL KINDS. it. My hiibbiind will bo bine knows that 1'vo bought itPuck. Sweet Duy of Heat. right, Manvold soldiers who contracted enroll I., diar-rhwhile in the service have sin.e been perma nently (.ured of l by Chamberlain's Clx.bc, Chid I'll take ira'and Dianrhea Remedy For sale by Dr M whun ho I.. llurue, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky di Personal and prompt attention given tu Weddings, Parties and llurtals. P W. GREKN, Proprietor. AL. BURNS. Manajer Uucklln'aArnlcn Salve. The best salve in the world lor cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions and positively cures piles, or no pay rcquir ed. It is guaranteed to givi perfect satisfactioc, or money refunded. Price aj cents per box. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stan lord, Ky. Halm and bind it on the affected parts. Try it and you will bo surprised ait the piompt relief it affords. The same treatmen will cure rheuma- Joblots I begin lo understand now why they term Uev. Thirdly it dootor. ISltler Herry THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, K.V., Why? Joblots His prenching has cured me of insomnia. X, Y. Tlcruld. A I'liliiful Mute of Affair. JOSEPH COFFEY,Pro'r. In my charge and now cago News Record. This Iletel, renovated aud refurnished, isas to I lUlelid to conduct it so A Sign uf Hunger. not only maintain its high reputation, but to add n in lmr list ol friends. Special accomoda "What makes you think young Wopsy tions for commercial travelers and fine rooius.for is in love?" the diiploy of samples. what Mr. Snippy's intentions are. Flora Intentions? Why. Mr. Snippy never had such a thing in his life. Chi- Mathiltlo I'm sure saturate For lame back there is nothing better than to Pain a flannel cloth with Chamberlain's I wibh I knew tism. For sale by Dr.M L. liourne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford. Ky. Two Unusually Good Offers. REAL CHRISTMAS GIKTS. 3$6 A tf First-Clas- s Saloon "IIo keeps saying such cynical things about women." Chicago News Record. A Coincidence. Number enlarged to First The great Holiday or quarterly publicapages of that brightest tions, And BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached. 3"-JOSEPH COFFKV. CASH for - I She How do you like my hat? Out December He It makes your face very long. Sho It made papa's face very long railway trains, when he paid for it. Trutli. Youthful. "TALES FROM TOWN TOPICS," price 1st, alt'newsand book stands and 50 cents, will be sent :f;r..e3:Ej t for To all who send Highest cash market price paid three months' trial subscription to "What a good-lookin- g Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at & CO., STANFORD, KY. band is!" "Yes," replied Mrs. Parvenu; "he does look buoyant," Judge. The Humorous Cod. An old rod laughed to himself: "ITe, he I" As he gnve his great tall a swish, " rm fresh while I live lo the salt, salt sea, Put on land I'm a salted flsh." Harper's Young People, man her hus- The largest, raciest, strongest, most varied and entertaining weekly journal in the world. Second To all who will send $5 will be sent Town Topics and "Tales from Town opics" from late until January 1, 1894, covering j Nos. of the Inimitable nuarterly (regular price $1 50J and 14 months of the greatest ol family weeklies, regular 1 TOAVisr topics. M. y jELKIN I$ffc ieTTake one or the other offer at once, and remit in postal notes, orders or N Vp,0crk Exchange to 71 West ajd Strttt, New Voik 73 For , ii 60 ., " td SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL 3,1 ti BANK OF STANFORD, . ;: th Now closing up) with the same assets and ucdei For each additional .1 " M the same management. For further ialMmalfen, apply to Ily provisions of its chatter, depositors are aa ss-fully protected as aie dcposlters in National J. W HAVDF.N.Sop't.&c Banks, its shareholders being held individually AND VICINITY. liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therrin at the par value thcreol, ia addition lo tbs amount invested In such shares It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual, To those who entrusted their business to us I am offering yen a whi!t intii7lnr the Lincoln National Hank Ol Stanford, we we here tender our raaHY thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business Ky. with us, ottering as a guarantee for prompt attention te same, our icnty years experience in Ihaveuiite a number ol FARMS lor sale ol the banking and as liberal iccouimodaMtis as arc con very baa, it Lands in l.liuoln 1 unty sistent with sounil kaRKing. Thesv t srwi are all well . and gixi IIIKKCTOHS: mn Him, lumns in mt 110m jnioC-res cjaAMlenng ineis locaiuy, their richness an 1 fcr J. J. Williams, Mt. Version; tltlty af sutl, the convenience f turnpikn ar j raj Or J. M. Hall, Stanford; rtMtis Hat rtriHg markets right to our dtvr. ti.i. arc J. S. Owsley, Stanford; iwn ii mwii ui aay oilier Outy in lb Stat. 1 here is scarcely a Faint In the c j'i-tS. J. Km Wry, Stanford ; over 5 miles Irom a deswt. J. E. Lynn, Stanfttfd ; 1 he cwnly is checked ulth turnpikes r dtui inevery direction There is not a public r n J 01 A. W. CarpeHter, MllledgeviUc; terWgtW county seat that is not, Macadamize I J. F. Cash, Stanford; We have the Knoxville llranch of the L dr N R William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. Kur Men, Ladies an Also It. dividing the count r from East to West and the C S. R R fnmi North to Sxith; the K C R R S II. Shanks. President Irom this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C & O H Owsley. Cashier. J at Winchester, giving full acenss to the tusrkctscl W M llrleht. Teller the whole world, itoidts, w. have thrro large Flour Mtlis in the county that give us a market for all nur grain right at homv and the develop mentof the mountain regions ol Eastern and And Kentucky bv isilroadsand the 01 let bonth by railroad has created sir h a dcina; d f)rall kinds ol cereals and provender that weean scarcely retain enough for homeconaumptiOD , CEKTS' MODS, Tho people are prosperous, generous iilid kind, believing in Christianity and education. 1 hre Is not a neighborhood in the county but lias a 1 have buyer in the Eastern citios who aredaiU good church and school-housshipping to me Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln, is a prosperous little city ol about 1,500 inhab.taiiu and is the great doorway from the North and North east Souh and from the Northwest to .Southeast, and standing as 11 does ganng right Into tho bos And when the blue olrds come I om of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern KetituCKy oackeu up uy me wnole nine Ora.i region ol the State with railroads running through it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally one of the belt located towns In the South for . In this town and tnannfactures and other enterprises oT magnitude Water Works are now being agitated and right the of a mile a'oo could town about Water GOODS. be erected there Works with very in wmM&Jt31Z9L m'HtHjUmM tSB llltle cost that would supply n city of 150,000 the habiuuts with the purest and best water in ...Of.... world Our little city has been newly rebuilt in the last few years and its business houses ard resAND FANC7, TAD, FASHION idences will compare with larger cities ol greater pretensions. Our merchants and tradesmen arc all prosperous and doing well. We have two banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that aru Don't listen to the tales of other merchants prosperous and in a good condition. We have splendid schools. We have a Female College, a large brick building, with over too pu nils in attendance and under the prlncipalslup ol Prof. J. M. Hubbard, Is in a flourishing condiNo old worthless stock. tion. We also have a Seminary that Is a good school, with Prof. II. F. Johnson, at its head. We have one of the best Public School buildings ic this section of the State, with over too pupils in attendance, and with other good private schools, And sell tho samo old way Call and see me, you see our school facilities are excellent. Dealer in the above whether you want to buj or not If goods are not We have elegant church builntngs, representing satisfactory 1 will exchange f hem or refund the Hogs every denomination, with a full corps ot minister for Oattlo, Sheep money. of fias class talent and are doing a belter business Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. than any class of men in the city, Persons having any of the abovo described! stork I have tried to make this statement as facts, for sale or wishing to purchase same, will do well without mv exaggeration or coloring, as those to call on or address me An cxnerlenc e of fifteen who know will bear n e out, and thote who wish MAIN STREET,... in this business has been of profit to me and to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate think" I can mako It profitable both to the buyer among a good people witu all the best surround100 and seller. P.O. address Stsnford, Ky, ings, would do well to call and see mi before pur Office at tho Myers House. chasing olsewhcro OK. 10 THE PEOPLK Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - - $200,000. - 19,000. peryear For 16 c. p. each incandescent light, per " to " ' ' 1. it " "' " M J incandescent lamp mo. . (I $. , 60 if, .. J it Fer Residence Use: c p iRdetccHt tamp per mo HUST02TVILLE tl K. T. BTJSK, Stanford, REAL ESTATE AGENT A Great Bankrupt Stock ' cnwr y BOOTS AND SHOES Hats, Caps, Clothing FURPII .South-easter- 1 mMMMr e. I HAVE COME TO STAY WILL BUILD A TEMPLE BILL IT WITH threo-fourt- hi FVm TfinlMiw"- '&&-- My Goods Ar ITow, KBUT imn (DASH WlaLaLIASI rtIOKELAN, and Orders -- jros. sokOMoar, HUSTONVIIXE, - KY. t - toIj g. c W.