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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893100601 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 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXI. Bobbitt In the Mountains. (Kditor Interior Journal J Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6. 1893. -- NO. 63 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. ROWLAND. CHURCH AFFAIRS. , " Ukll County, Oct. 4. Cir court convened hero yesterday with cult a full jail anil a full docket. 'Tis Mann-- , ing to think of the amount of crimen that nro Btalklng forth by moonlight. Tho thno will cotno when nnnrchy will aeign in a country where there Is too much liberty. Judgo Hall's Instructions to tno granujury wero quuo auio aim laont exhauativt. I ntn well acquainted with tho judge, having croB8d swords with him in tie bloody Hnrlan county murder cases. I am stopping at the ' Ma lison Hotel. The landlady so clover, so ulegant. The proprietor is from Madison county and no objection could bo alleged against him except that his namo is an old hog's littlo hoy (I'igg). I like Pinovillo bo much. Tho Been-erhereon tho grand old Cumberland is most grand. Had not old nature cut a way to let tho river out, there would have been a luko hero almost as high a Ijiko Llticaca. In reality, in history, in geography or in ImRgination I have stood upon tho lofty Alps, tho watch towers of creation, ond gazed uron tho groat works of nature as they camo fresh and vigorous from tho plastic hand, and I never saw anything so grand, bo sublime. Some of tho peaks hero aro almost as as tho Jung Frau or tho Mattru Horn. I have pointed out to tho people here what they say they had never observed a huge Indian Chief upon tho very summit of the mountain. 'Tis a rude ollbrtof nature nt statuary. Tho immense head, tho nose, tho mouth, tho chin, tho eyebrows, the receding fore head worn bare by the storms of time. How many decades of centuries has that chieftain of tho mountains looked up o sometimes n clear sky and often tho dark storm cloud, that lowered in such eloeo proximity to his head. How often has the angry thunderbolt smitten tho majestic chieftain In tho face. If over inanimate stono spoke, that old man of tho mountains speaks to me. Older than thoSpbynxof Kgypt, ho looks liver tho plain of ages, wave after wavo of time, rolling away till they break on tho shores of eternity. That old mountain chieftain was hero beoro tho Ited Man was, after whom natuto sculptured him. He saw thu advent of tho Hod Man, ho saw him driven away by tho white man. What store of knowledge in that rocky cranium I But in his eternal silence ho refuses to impart his information toman. No device of man, no Spanish inquisition can over extort from him tho infor mation locked up in his stony breast. Nature is glviug his face a good washing whilst his head is wreathed in spectral mists. But I will leave the old o Sachem to hia eternal sleep, whilst 1 myself to my temporary one. Pi.NBvai.ii, y iu-tht ho-tak- Hid. J. C. Frank's condition remains unchangod and ho is stil1 confined to his room. Henry Clay Jennings and family have moved to tho Marrs property on Richmond street. Lucien I). Noel hut entered tho Theological Seminary at Louisville and will study for the Presbyterian ministry. Mr. L. II. Hardin, of Shelbyville, and Miss Dottio Brown were married at the homo of tho bride near Autioch, Wednesday. Thoy left immediately after tho ceremony for his homo. John Smith and Sweety Gill, two negroes, had a light on Buttle Bow Monday night and the former was knocked in tho head with a brick ond tho latter cut in tho neck, missing the jugular vein about half an inch. Both aro badly hurt but will get well. Tho democratic county committee will meet Saturday, to soUct ii caudidato for county school superintendent. Tho candidates aro Mr. John L. Anderson, who now holds tho ollice, and Mr. 0. T. Wallace, both of whom are capable men for the place. Mr. II. C. Pay no, of Fayette county and Miss Maggie Hopper, wero married at tho homo of tho bride, on Richmond street, Thursday morning at 7 o'clock. Thoy took tho 8 o'clock train for the homo of tho groom, near Lexington. Their many friends wish them all joy and happiness. DANVILLE. (Advocate ) Kid. Mark Collis will begin a meeting hero Monday. Tho now registration shows that Danville is still democratic. 11. E. Woolfolk, of tho Advocate, was elected councilman in tho place of Hubert McGoodwin, resigned. Tho primary election .to decide whether or not Logan Caldwell or J. M. VanMoter will bo tho democratic candidate for county judge lakes place Saturday. Messrs. Hay aud Kawllngs will be nominated for representative and superintendent, respectively, without opposition. G. A. Swinebroad sold Porter 100 wethora at 2jc. T. I). Tadlock sold Owsloy Evans a good suckling maio mule for ?Srj. K. McCormack shippf d Saturday a of cattle bought nt of lambs bought at II to I'l and a Hie. W. II. Prowitt bought a lot of heifers from Porter Sandidgo and Billy Wright at '2c, eight cattle of John Murphy at '2.30 and a hogn from Joe Cof- hunch of few at (i. car-lod ad car-loa000-poun- If Mipare.T. L.Shelton.T. W. Hamilton, J. W. Carrier and their ladies will attend the 1. O. 0. r. celebration at Lex ington next Tuesday. J. E. Elmore has recovered from the injuries inflicted by tho L. A N. collision Inst week, but Arthur Pearcfc will likoly bo confined to his room for several weeks. Elds. Stephen Collier and W. E. Ellis have been conducting a protracted mooting at this place, since Sunday. Much interest is being manifested and it is to be hoped that considerable good will be done. At this writing thero has been five confession. J. P. Kearns has moved his family to Iubanou Junction. Martin Kearns has Bold his stock in his saloon to T. L. Shelton. who will continuo to run it in connection with his hotel. Kearns has gone to Lebanon te accept a lucrativo position. He is a kind, man and has a host of friends here. A famous railroad man with a red head is having his house between hero and Stanford painted red and it is believed ho is preparing to. wed a lady. Tho untorrirlod democrats aro gratified over tho nomination of Hon. W. II. Miller forBenator of this district. His allegiance to his party, his experience at tho bar and iu legislative assemblies render him altogether worthy to fill tho place. He is a man who knows how to ignore his own personal views and do that which the majority of his constituents desire shall ho done. The ranks aro also unbroken for W. F. McClary for school superintendent. His oflicial career is pure and untarnished and ho never know how to scratch a ticket. It is safe to say that they will both be Cito.d by large majorities. warm-hearted red-haire- The Synod ot Kentucky, Southern Presbyterian, will meet Oct. 11 In. Winchester. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M President. Eld. J. S. Sweeney has just keen 5U1 1893. eluded pastor of thu Christian church at Paris, for tho 24th consecutive year. Full corpt of Cjtnervtory ncnl Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Muic o A religious debato between a An. Excellent hoarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. elder and a Baptist deacon is shaking Charleston, Mo., as an earthquake. Re.v. J. I, Wills closed his meeting TZy, nt Ml. Garrard county, witn!U5 additions; So by coafession, and' one by TERM Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September aatf Cnmp-bellit- (DieCIlMOTICAN COILdLIEGD, Hustonvillo, FALL OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. Ik-bur- relation d ... l. LIBERTY. Tho venerable banjoist, Mat Book, now 72 years old, is at Wilkiuson'a ho-t.- l. San-dld- go d 850-poun- 300-poun- d LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Fontaine FoxBoiihitt. HUBBLE. Underwood Bros, bought two lino jennets in Madison. A telegram from Henry Whito tolls his father that Iso Is on his way to visit him. Br. Lewis reports a very bad rase ofsoru throat at Mrs. Betsy Spoons-moro'It Ih hoped that it will not turn out to bo diphtheria. II. L. Hubble- sold to Wayne parties II yearling mules at $10. S. M. Spoonamoro is talking of renting his farm hero and going to Louisville for a fow days. Tho school boys aro talking of putting in a bid to carry tho mall from Hubble to Lancaster. M. K. Cox was down to see us lost week. He Is going to sell his property Monday in Stanford and go to New Moxico for his health. Tom Hubblo and family, of Chattanooga, have been visiting hero for a fow days. Ho is a brother of Hamilton Hubble, who once sold goods here. Catherine Blackerby Is reported better. Bon OwBloy has been very sick. Julius I.eon of Louisville, Is visiting S. Dunbar for a fow weeks. s. Iondon has no town marshal and doesn't need any. Circuit court is now in sesnion, hut so far no important cases havo been tried. J.T.Brown has let n contract to build an additional brick store adjoining his prrscnt one. DrB. T. P. Caldwell, Jackson (livens aud H. V. Pennington have been appointed on the medical hoard of pension examiners located here. P. F StillingH, of London, and Mihs Jauo Broddus, of Bichmond, wero married at that placo Tuesday. Pet kept it hardly believe it is so so quiet that yet. 1 Tyler Jasper, of this couuty, is tho prohibition natnineo for representative in Casey and Russell counties. Ed Mitchum, charged with burglarizing Dr. HAmmonds' house at Dunn-villwas tried before Judgo Myers, as an examining court, on last Saturday and held for his appearance at the next term of the Ciiey circuit court in tho ' sum of $200. Tho Hon. W. H. Miller, of Stanford, democratic nominee for tho Stato Senate in this district, accompanied by Hon. It. O. Warren, of the same city, has been at Prescott's hotel circulating familiarly with Casey's sovereigns. He appears in fine spirits and hopes for a favorable result at the November election. Thero wa a strike on Mouday among Dad' Portinan'd ro.ul hands headed by Judgo Myers and ExJudgo J Boyle Stone, which threatened formidable proportions on Tuesday, but serious consequences wero happily prevented by tho heavy rains scattering the hand to their homes. It was not a strike for higher wages, but was said to have beeu cuised by the overseer ordering the distinguished leaders to do the menial work of digging in tho ditches. Wo sympathise with tho overseer and hope he'll come nut on top. o, A SCHOOL AND HOME FOR GIRLS. Students continuo to pour into tho Southern Baptist Thoological Seminary. Good Faculty; superior advantages; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and iptclsl Wednesday tho number had passed 200 inducements offered to those who desire to make teachers. Our aim is to make our pupils thorough The College has betn recently refited, ant a. College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, and continues to increase. &c.,have been added. M. O. THOMSON, Principal. 33 Tho Tates Creek Association of United Baptists offer $50 reward for their minute book. It was lost eight years ago. The last heard of it was at Lancaster, where a gentleman had it borrowed. Richmond Climax. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Rev. W. A. Slay maker and Elders Three Colleges ; Three Training Schools Fifteen uenartrnents of studv. Tlrnlthfiit lnrntlnn lr H. C. Farris and A. C. Sine, with a num- tne Heart ox the inue urasa Region Gymnasium ond Athletic prounils. Mnclprntr rmrnrt ,1C0 to fJW. Attendance last session 633 from thirty States and countries. For full infnrmatiot ber of ladies, went to the jail yesterday ma catalogue apply 10 x,. ju. UL.ANTVH, 11. v., UUnncvllor, lllchmond, Kentucky. and aesisteddn receiving Mack Ferrill into tho Presbyterian church, after he had made confession and waB duly baptized. His family was present, including his gray haired mother, whose tears of DANVILLE, KY. joy and and sorrow forced them from every eyo present. Mr. Ferrill will bo The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. taken to Frankfort, in a day or two serve Willi a full course of study, both English and ClaMical. While the course ot instruction it especially adapted to prepare young men for the Krpshman Class, it is iniended at the same time to his life sentence. a liberal Lnglish education to any who desire it. In connection with (he Academy, Another step in tho organization of A a Christian Endeavor Society was taken at tho Presbyterian church Wednesday Has been established in the Home and under the personal contiol ef the Principal. Regular study hours under the and the night, when Mr. P. M. MeRoberts was a Christian homesupervision qf the Principal and assistantsadvantages. restraints and government of are combined with the ocit educational to board, tuition, etc., address chosen temporary president and J. War limner particulars in regard r, ren Hocker, secretary. The latter, JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville. Ky. declined without oven expressing thanks for the honor and Mr. A. C. Sine was elected. On motion of Rev. W. A. Slaymaker tho president appointed a committee on s as follows: Misses Lucy Johns, Georgio Wray, Essie Burch and Messrs. Slaymaker and W.H. Higgins. It was decided to meet at the same church next Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock to hear tho report of tho committee and effect a permanent organization. 'Several now members wero obtained, running tho number now to 32 and each was asked to bring at least ouo other recruit. CENTRAL university r - Centre College Academy. Home Boarding and Training Department fur-Di- sh rr how-ove- by-law- HUST0NVILLE. Mrs. Catherine Fitzgerald, of New York City, shot and killed her neighbor, Mrs. John Pearscll, because the latter had started a damaging report on tier. By a freight running into a switch Of lights of opera, comedy and concert, tho Huntavillo, Ala., Daily Argus says: "Tho performance was grand and encorea wero frequent to all of which tho gentlo-me- n and ladies of tho company gracefully responded. We need not go into touching tho merits of this matchless combination, sufl'ice it to sAy their performance was tho most recherche affair witnessed hero in years, and our itizens uro read to tender a yote of thanks to Manager Kraus in appreciation of his discriminating good taste in bringing Hey wood's Celebrities to this ity. At Walton's Opera House, 8aturday night, Oct. 7. do-ta- il the Hoy wood Celebrities, tho bright ohlldren by killing them one by one. Ho was then very promptly placed in an insane asylum. lnd., laboring under the hallucination that he had beeu called on to make sacrifices for the cause of Christ, bad all of i.i. hn.m killed and buried. This seem ed to content him for a while, but later on he stated his intention to scriuce Lib Frank Ostheimer, of LaFayette, angine in the yards at Carthage, Ohio, three persons wero killed and many Both of tho engines, were injurod. which belonged to tho 0. C. C. & St. Louis road, wero completely demolished, together with eight freight cars. A southeastern gale from the Gulf of Moxico droro the water into Mobile and flooded the, lower part four feet deop, doing thousands of dollars of damage to tho wholesale and much of tho retail districts. Tho Btorm along tho coast was very severe and a number of causalities aro reported. The L.& N.'s annual reports show a mllcago of --V00 miles and no increases in tho capital stock during tho year. The bonded debt is $75,497,600. The gross 5; earnings during the year wero operating expenses (14.20 per cent., or $14,382,042.45; net earnings $2, 530,200.33. Two cash dividends of 2 per cent, wore declared on'Jan. 0 and July 10 respectively, aggregating $2,112,000, leaving a surplus of $410,551.52. According to a new law which went into effect October 3d, the property rights of married women are greatly enFormerly a married woman larged. could not dispose of her property by will unless with the consent of her husband, but now she may make a will whether he objects or not. Tho new law also gives her control of her real estate. Marriage shall not give to the husband, during the life of the wife, any estate or interest in her real estate, including chattels,, real, owned at the tine of marriage. $22,403,-030.2- Mr. EdStagg is quito ill. Since the protracted rains tho grass is wearing another hue of beautiful green. Tho store room of John Riffo caught tiro Monday oveulug, caused from a lamp explosion, but littlo damage was done as it was soon extinguished. Quite a number of our people will visit Chicago before tho great Fair closes. Mrs. Helen Huffman aud Mellie Hopper went over to Lancaster Wednesday to witness the marriage of Miss Maggie Hopper. Mrs. Leo F. Huilman came over from Lexington Saturday and returned Tuesday. We aro glad tho corn cutting time is about over and the big yellow grains are safe. We are glad the wheat crop is abundant, though tho price of grain is low. Wo are glad the tobacco Is secure-lwintered. Wo aro glad because those who earn their bread by the sweat of their brow both deserve and need tho fruits of their labor. Another pleasant thought is that this will bring money to the owners and thus enable them to pay their debts. All this will go a long way toward tiding over the hard time. Right here we enjoin you to remember the printer and pay him what you owe him or you will never be happy again. v Gakkkr. Mr. L. D. Garner died at o'clock Monday mornini;, Sept. ISth, 1S93, from injuries received.the day by his horso falling upon him. It is 6eldom that it over becomes our duty to chronicle tho death of anyone who nill be so badly missed in so many relations in life. As a citizen ho was in tho highest degree upright aud honorable. As a christian ho was faithful and conscientious, over ready to give to his church of his substance, his time and his talent. Ho was at the timo of his death a member of tho Baptist church at Crab Orchard. His seat was always filled and ho ever took tho deepest interest in everything that looked to the welfare of his church. His house was always the pastor's home. Ho was tho father of ten children and ho had tho happy faculty of governing without seeming to govern. In his home, as elsewhere, he wad an exceedingly quiet and unostentatious man, but his character was so well rounded aud he was so. well poised that he called forth not only tho allection but also tho respect and obedience of nil his children from tho least to the greatest. As to what ho was as a husband we feel that wo may not speak. Tho subject is too sacred to he thus profaned. This much may be truly said: "No one ever entered that home but to leave it with a higher regard for the sacrodness of the marriage relation." They Beemed to have caught the spirit of Paul when under inspiration ho wrote: "Nevertheless, let every one of you In particular so love his wife, even as himself, and the wifo see that she reverence her husband." X. bo-for- o Full stock Emerson's Men's Shoe?, "" Stribley's Ladies' Shoes and Stevens! 4, '" Children's Shoes, now open. SEVERANCE & SON. 'M - 3?t .FOR, Fancy GroGeries,Breail,Cak,Pi8s Candies, Lunches, Fruits, &c, CALL ON R.ZIMMER THE BAKER. A Good Meal for 25 Cts. In- - Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. AdR. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. dress. The director of works, Burnham, makes the startling suggestion that the World's Fair buildluga should b burned down, as the easiest way to 'get rid of them. Ho thinks that excursions could be arranged to aee the burnings and money enough be made from the sale of the tickets to pay all expenses of removal and putting the grounds ia order. He would have one building burned each night. Tho burning of the liberal arts building ho think would attract people from a dozen Stats. Mrs. Luke Blackburn is iu Louisville and told a reporter that her letter with referonco to Col. Breckinridge in tioducing Miss Pollard to her as his fiance was genuine and that she still stood by it. At Columbus, Ohio, Mrs. Louis Iborgh, was placed in jail for murdering her son. A younger son informed the police that she did the awful deed so as to get the money which had been left him by bis father. The O. & O. railroad company has so far failed to put on separate coaches for whites and blacks, according to the new law. General Agent Mitchell says he haa never been notified to make provision for such a division. Whitecapping is not cutting such a wide swath nowadays In Indiana as it once did. The grand jury at Columbus returned true bills of indictment against twelve prominent citizens of the county for whipping Mrs, Schrader. Tho Secretary of State baa brought suit to put the Farmers Bank of Mt. Sterling in the hands of a receiver, the new law giving him that right when he thinks such institutions are insolvent or becoming so. It ia the first auit of the brought. kiad FARRIS & HARDIN, -- Dealers Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Tinware, Sec. See Our Large and Splendid Line Of FARMING IMPLEMENTSH.8.R0PLHT, - tftfatfHSBrtftotjk Ii Rtctirinf Bii FALL : AND : WINTER : GOODS. aw Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit MMitetf; Gle me call Vlt )1 '-.'X "fimi&ttrjii-- nw vw- irwim in i na wi'ifywt3-- j - j M- ' -' ' j .il ' ! v-ff- r - "'T.3MSilty tJzrr. - Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal ri f t w by Deputy Marshal Collins A call was iesued by tho Controller OoroiiEnG, Ky., of the Currency for n report of tho condition of National banks at the, close of ready ridiculous enactment into further business Oct. 4. VV. P. WALTON. nptly Revenue Collector, ridicule. As the Courier-Journsays in propreesivo euchre tho prize is Thomas O. McDowell was presented -bought and furnished by the host or with n handsome gold watch, costing hostess, who in "setting up the game" $450, by his subordinates nt Lexington. A. II. Chase, a dudish negro lectur- Is just what the people want and will have in spite of hades and high water, and they also just will have does not do so for "profit" and cannot JPttT13Ji.Tr. at Dan- Bargains in Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, etc., which we arc giving to them in a manner gain profit therefrom. The host or er, was sent to tho docs not play. Is it a game of ville for 50 days for stealing five railroad satisfactory to tnc most fastidious. hostess In tact, the theme of our low prices is being discussed almost as DEMOCRATIC TICKET. chance for those who do play? Do they tickets nt Junction City from the Q. & C. much in this section as is every where else the frequently occurring and George Kelley, Frank Jetl'ere and a contribute to tho game either monoy or For State Senator, valuables and if they do not is it a game negro named Henry Galbert were arrestJMIIXER. of chance with them? Tho one who ed in Louisvillo whilo trying to rob the HON. does win is given n prize for expert Kentucky Lottery Co. by tapping the For Representative, playing and neither the giver nor the wires. HELM. Miss Eleanor Graves a Lexington soreceiver is any more culpable under the For Superintendent of Public Scrooli, Worthatn act than is the premium taken ciety girl, has been selected one of the in'a bread-bakicontest at a country twelve young ladies who will ring tho McCLARY. W. fair. Liberty Bell at tho World's Fair this week. The storm and tidal wave on tho Gulf We have an excellent stock, conveniently arranged, and if vou don't hanncn to see what- vn.i wnt The Supreme Court of tho United The laws of heredity eeeni to be inexCoast was ten times more fatal and de- States has practically, decided that the just ask for it. We have it. Light and heavy Overcoats and elegant suits at astonishingly low figures! orable. In his younger days Rodes elegant old gen- structive than at first reported. About State of South Carolina can register the Come to sec us and if vc don't convince you that we arc the Thompson, a son of that of its dispentleman, T. Henry Thompson, of Fayette, 2,000 people aro thought to have lost Palmetto as the trade-mar. . ran oft" and married a woman far below their lives and the devastation is terrif-fie- sary Plaquemine and Jefferson parishes, him in social station nnd against tho Gov. McCreary's substitute for the Louisiana, suffer most and fully a fourth Everett bill extending tho provisions of She earnest wishes of his parents. proved as they had suspected and when of their population are among the killed. tho Geary Chineso exclusion act six Mr. Thompson died suddenly a abort The bayous, swamps and lakes are filled months was adopted by the Foreign Aftime after having his life insured for her with corpses and wreckage and the scene fairs Committee. Then no other firm need try to assume that attitude. We sell Dress Ginghams at worth ioc; Fasbenefit, the insurance company charged 9 one never before witnessed in this Here's another one. George country. Fishing boats to tho number criminally assaulted Emily Du- - cinators 25c, worth 50c; Ladies' Hoods 50c, worth 75c; Misses Hoods 30c, worth 50c; ladies' black her with conspiring to his death. Since then she has gone from bad to worse and of 120 are missing and the property loss hose, 16 years old, near Moore's Cross wool 1 lose 3c,woi in .oc; Laoies ncavy winter Unclcrvcsts 25c, worth 40c; Ladies' Merino Vests at Ladies' Dongolia Kid Shoe $1, worth Si. 50. the worst of it is that her son, Rodes, is fully $3,000,000, of which the L. & N. Roads, in South Carolina, and a mob 50c, worth 75c. Yard wide Domestic. j c, woith Men's Hudkcland Crcedmore Shoe 75c, worth Si. 25; Men's all wool Shirts $1, worth S1.75. Blankets has followed in her footsteps. He is an railroad is the greatest sufferer. The made short work of him. all around bad boy, with no pride of storm came while most of its victims Thomas Baer, a switchman on the yoc to $7; Comforts 50c to S3. A full line of Ladies' Jackets and Cloaks from $2 to S25. were asleep, to be aroused in time to Lehigh Valley, got rattled and gavo tho Refamily and is often in trouble. cently be Bhot a frail woman named meet a horr iblo death. wrong signal, causing a fatal wreck. ReMattie Crabtree, who he thought was : alizing his responsibility he secured a Senator Blackburn spoke against the not as true as she ought to have been to pistol and blew out bis brains. repeal of the Sherman law prefacing his him. He was arrested and on being Fourteen of the imported laborers A. URBANSKY, remarks with the unnecessary assurance tried for a felony the jury diasgreed. brought to Louisville by the L. fc N., that he didn't know much about finanThen he plead guilty of a less company for $1,000 cial matters. It was much better that filed suitagain8t the Mrs.Talton Embry, Bister of Mr. T. and was given three months in jail and each, claiming that they were brought he should have doubted and been J. Foster, of this place, died in LouisVerily blood will tell as fined $400, damned than to have flown so strongly under a misrepresentation. much in the human race as in the aniThe L. & N. shopmen on a strike at ville nnd her remains were taken by in the face of the public demand for a mal kingdom. to burn the Bpecial train to Richmond Sunday for repeal of the miserable make-shif- t 5!) and tho first of aftor Birmingham threatened from hir- interment. She was Heacquartcrs for- dallying so long. But our senior sena- shops to prevent the company The State Board of Health is preparthe family to die. labor and four companies ing to take vigorous steps for the enforce tor can't stem the tide. Both the House ing attrsts "All human hlst'-rscene. ment of the now law relating to the reg- of Lords and his constituents know that of soldiers were sent to the That happineM for mn the hungry sinner sought to feince Kve ate apples, much depends ou dinner." Pallas, the anarchist who istration of physicians. The startling he talks with his mouth without any efap absolutely And a kilPGen. Martinez De Campos at Barce- preciatingiood liverdinner Lord cMentlal for that a cool llyron ln w a third of fort at thought. announcement was made that regrets wat lona, has been condemned to be shot as wellai anybody. One of hi greatest hit lordship the practitioners of the State are doing man" lor hit weak stomach. Chaklky Meacham, of the Hopkins-vill- a with his back to the executioners to would say, "why don't ono of thesu infernal Of all kinds. The most complete line of so illegally, a large percentage of whom invent a liver medicine " Kentuckian, who keeps tally of the make it as disgraceful as possible. llyron would never have asked that uettion are illiterate. The new law provides Some unknown person put dyna- were he now living. Why! llecause he would that a doctor must have a diploma from lynchings, says that there have been S6 have teen uslnj l)r 1'ierce't I'lcatant Pellets, an of absolutely sure cure lor Constipation. Indices-tiosome reputable medical college or pass 83 far thir year, the record of September mite cartridges between the bodies livUilloui Attack.!, and and Huston Kelly, negroes, er, stomach and bowels all derangements of or reEliza Dent There' no sripme nn. examination if he has lost it, and be being the biggest ever known. The violence about these pills, and they're guaranteed vouched for as to his good standing in sort to mob law is daily getting more as they were sleeping together at Paris tc give satisfaction, or your money Is tefunded Kver in Stanford. Trices according to the times. common and is chiefly attributable to nnd both were killed by the explosion. Ion't live with the stomach weak, when the cure the profession. The board is determinis within your reach lor J.c cts. The riverside ateel and tubo ed that quacks, charlatans and empiri- the law's delay and the uncertainty of punishment. 1 hoiisands of cures follow tho use of l)r Sage's W. Va., discharged tho riot- Catarrh Remedy. cists muBt go, at leaBt that is what it It's Jjoo reward tor an incuraous foreign workmen nnd will in the fu ble csv. very much like it claims, but it looks In the absence of other more interest- ture be operated by Americans at reintends to use the law to enforce tho All Froo ing editorial matter, Mr. Walter Emer-Bo- duced wages. Tho work employs 1,000 T New Dlscov used I)r silly codo of ethics, which prohibits a he who have and thote King's have, not. have I want to reduce my large stock of Watches" Clocks ery know its value is wont to fill up his column in the who and Jewelry, hands. doctor from paying for advertising for now the otiuiirtunlty to try it free. Call on the ad- Covington Commonwealth with "His get a ertised druggist battle free, Call and examine the stock. Joe and Annie Chrisman, Gt.'of Cin your name to II. andlluck'cntual Co , Chicago,bend and offer them at prices never so low. practice and at the same time gives each K. and Personal Experience," which while per- cinnati, once lost $7,000 by a bank fail- get a trial bottle of Dr. Klng'a.V New Lite nils at all the rope he wants to work a newspaLadies' watches former price $50 now 40.00; haps good enough for one publication, ure and since then they have kept their well as a copy of Guide to Health ami Household per for free advertising. 'If such be the becompfl Instructor free All of which Is guaranteed to do Ladies, watches former price 35 now 27.00: monotonous by its repetition. hoardings, J3.200, in an ash pan of an v ou good and cost you nothing at A. K Penny's case the new law will soon be brought Ladies' wiiicucs lormer price Have it put in another column, Bro. Em- old stove. A day or two ago it disap- drug store now 517.50. . into the contempt it deserves and efforts erson. Seo the World's Fair for 15 Contu peared. ior its repeal be made before the incomUpon receipt of your nddicss and is cents in Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the we will mall you our Njuvenir stage A freight wreck'on the Big Four ing Legislature. There is worse than no connection at KYtfoliostamps of Columbian hxpoulion : road at Edgewood, near Cincinnati, '1 he regular the World' but as we wautjouto Junction City now. The Q.AC, trains : priie is 50c, Morgan is a hass. His speech South are nearly always Senator onj we price nominal Vou Tuesday morning, caused the death of have it a workmake theand a thing to bo prized. wilt late and not find It of Art before the Senate opposing the repeal of once a week hardly do we get the grtst buildings, the Cin- three men. They were tramps stealing contains full page ofviews ofand iseseruted In the This sale will be made for CASH. Uring the money along with you. same with descriptions the Sherman silver bill is about as bitter cinnati papers the day they are publish- a ride. A number of the trainmen were hlghvtt style ol art If not satisfied with it alter against Cleveland as that other bass', you terl it we Mill refund the stamps and lit you ed. The between the two injured. keep the book Address 11. K. llucklcn A Co , Stewart, of Nevada. Morgan's speech roads is of Nebraska gave Chicago, III. Tho Democrats attoned for by the public, who m was full of high sounding words, spoken tho Democratic Administration policy I). II. KINO. ought to have some redress at law. Perhaps some of our readers would like to know OKOKGK II. PK KWITT. to catch tho thoughtless and obtain apIn what respect Chamberlain's Cough Kerned is an overwhelming indorsement, and ora- better than any other. We will tell you When plause from the gaoundlings, but sifted The prohibitionists hold their own in tor Byran was even refused a placo on this remedy It taken as sonn as a cold haa been down it is worse than that of the aver- Barren county. At the election Mon- the Committee on Resolutions by a vote contracted and before It has becrme settled In the ayatem, it will counteract the ctTeci ol the cold age cross roads politicia i and his peo- day they carried it by 500 majority, eviand greatly lessen its severity, ami It is the only of 375 to 123. MORELAND, KY.. remedy that will do this. It acta in perfect har ple ought, for this sole offense, if no dently satisfied after 12 years of trial James A. Garfield is to have n mon- mony with nature and aids nature In relieving the Wc have opened up a nice line ol other, retire him as "an ambassador from that prohibition can be made to pro- ument in Fairraount Perk, Philadelphia. lungs, openlug the sccietions, liquefying the mucus and causing iti expulsion from the air cells ol a sovereign State" and make him "like a hibit. the lungs and restoring and The sum of $15,000 has already been healthy condition No thosystem to a strongmarother remedy in the cricket and a mouse, run into a hole to raised to pay for tbo monument and ket possesses these remarkable properties No Only IS members of the last Legislaa so quickly. conceal himself." Augustus St. Gaudeus has been selected other will cureW cold Mckoberts, Druggist, StanII For sale by ture have any show of to the as ford its designer. Wc paid spot cash for these goods bought them where wc could get President Cleveland is not the man next and some of them ought to be left The wholesale price of oranges has "During my term of aorvlec In the army con- the most for the least money. I lardwarc was bought in car load lots, to accept heresay evidence when he can at home. Verily the trail of the serpent been advanced at New York on account tracted chronic diarrhira," says A K Iltnding, ef test the matter with his own optics. He hangs Salt Halsey, Oregon "Since then I have used a great which enables us to make very low prices. Si. 50. over nearly all of them. of the destruction or great damage of the amount tf medicine, but when I found any that had read bo much about Marie Jansen's Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. Wc will save you would give me relief they would injure my stomcrop in Louisiana by the storm. The ach, until Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and beautiful limbs that he went to the the NEWSY NOTES. money. 1 I emedy Florida crop has also been damaged by it andK will say was brought to my notice. gaveused atre the other night just to see them. Wc are opening up a splendid line of Millinciy. me it is the only remedy that G.O.Everett has been appointed heavy rain Btorms. permanent reiiet and no bad resnlts follow." His opinion is not made public, but wo Wc have 11 yearling Southdown Hucks and iS Jluck Lambs, all For sale by W II. Mcttoberts, Druggists, Sallie, daughter of E. J. Rogers, of have it from pretty good authority of her postmaster at Mt. Sterling. Kv. thoroughbred, for sale. W. B. Haywood was nominated for Faulkner's station, while playing with own sex that while nature has done fc " consider Chamberlain's Cough Kemody a matches iguitedjher clothing and receiv- specific much for Marie, art has done more. In the Senate in the 12th district. itlsyery pleasant to take, A single sentence in a speech of ed horrible burns, which caused her which isfor croup, the most important requisites one of other words it is openly charged that her .here a couuh remedy is Intended for use among beautiful tights are padded and things Senator Faulkner the other day con- death after intense Buffering. She was cnildren. nave known cases ol croup where I know the life of a little one was saved ly the use : live years old and motherless. are not in her case more than in others tained 257 words. of Chamberlain's Cough Ilcmcdy." J, J La- Keene's Domino has retired for The first news from the fleet jn the i. range, urugijiM, Avoca, .mo always what they eeem. 50c bottles the season with an unbeaten record, his Arctic seas has been received at New gist, Stanford. for sale by w. II, McKohcrta, Drug Gov. McKinlev shows that he is afraid total winnings being $170,730. Bedford, Mass. The Beason is reported Walnut anc Oak Hight-DaClocks, 52.50. Nickel Arlarm Clocks 75c. Robert Allen, ft giddy youth of Wal- - to havelbeen a most successful one, and to meet Larry Neal in joint debate. The! Prices knocked silly on latter challenged him to discuss the is- ton, killed himself because a one vessel alone, tho Narwhal, took forty-onsues in the gubernatorial contest togeth- grass widow went back on him. whales,worth $125,000 or more. When Ilaby wn nick, we pav her Castorl. The People's Bank at Louisville has er, but the protective tariff advocate imA locomotive is being constructed When aha was a Child, sh crlwl for CotttorlA, posed so many conditions that it was as gone into voluntary liquidation as it in England to run 100 miles an hour. When she bwarao Miss, she clung; to CortorU. bid as refusing altogether. The Ohio finds that it is making no money. It is 2,000 horso power, the driving When she had Children, ahn ri ve them Contort. Miss Pollard's case against Col. wheels twelve feet in diameter. The campaign is waxing warm and the chanAnd anything in my line. Don't forget the place, ces are daily becoming more favorable Breckinridge is docketed for tho Octo- three cylinders aro of forty, twenty-eigh- t f jr the democratic standard bearer, who ber term of the court at Washington. and eighteen inches diameter with a A tornado knocked the little town thirty-incwrote and still advocates with all his stroke. The boiler pressure is strength the tariff plauk of tho National of Hogan, Ga. silly. Nine houses were 200 pounds. iome and get the best goods for the least money, and bring the cash platform. demolished and six persons were killed. A case was submitted to the Court of with you. Mrs. Robinson swam the Embarras Appeals by tbo Attorney General, which After ballotting a week and being no nearer a nomination than at the Btart, river, near (Jakland, Ills., to get help for will decide whether the law against the democratic convention at Jackson her wounded husband nnd died from ex- opening saloons on election days means adjourned without naming a candidate posure. from 8 a. m. till 4 r. m. whilo tho polls URKI.Y a veceta me compound, .Sheriff Fouch, of Rowan county, aro open, or from 12 o'clock the night for the Senate. Senator A. H. Hargis made entirely of roots and herbs was tendered the nomination but declin- killed County Clerk 'Johnson in tho before till midnight aftor the election. tethered from the forests of at Morehead over some de The Attorney General construes the law Georgia, and has been used by millions ed the honor, which the other men of people with the best results. It sought bo (strongly that neither would linquent tax reports. whole twenty-fohours. to mean the Hon. Fenton Simms, who served MY withdraw for the sake of harmony. with credit in tho last Legislature, has Itev. W. E. Ellis' meeting at Row The committee on Federal Relations been renominated by the democrats of land has had -' additions, seven yesterAll manner of Blood diseases, from the finds there is no reason why J. J. Van Trigg county. He haH no opposition. day. pestiferous little boil on your nose to should not be confirmed as Ambasmeeting has been in Alen A protracted Near Jamestown, Ind.. Oscar Darthe worst cases of inherited blood Goods.arc- sador to Italy. The only charge brought nell, aged 20, shot nnd stabbed Miss progress at a church near Dig Hill for e taint, such as Scrofula, Rhoumatism, against Mr. Van Alen is that he contribMajors, aged 14, and shortly after- some days.conducted by seven preachers. anu latarrh uted liberally of his means to democrat- ward killedhimself. He wanted to An accidental spectator tells us that all ic success nnd if that is a bar to office, marry the girl, but her parents objected seven of the ministers prayed at once, the mugwumps hitve indeed brought on account of her age and the youth's and warmed up the audience like so Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed Climax. things to a h hades of a pass. many steam wilduess. bee. Swift SrtctFic Co., Atlanta, Ua. , Stani-ord- f AiTtottMtv ttirlrvn lino f OM l (If I tfinf if the playing of progressive euchre is an odense nt all, which he doubts, it is a only and as such the grand 1893 misdemeanor jury can take no cognizance of it. Thus do great judges differ and bring an alI 1 1 In a desperate street duel nt Glasgow Clem Depps was mortally wounded -- THE- SHERM1H al Ex-Inte- rnal 6 OR- 8 PAGES. REPEALED SUM J BILL EVERY work-hous- o W. II. HARVEY Terrible F. ng 1 1 6c; Disasters. - k pine-top- Friends oft he People 7c, Mc-Fadd- en THE LOUISVILLE STORE, Proprietor. j off-ans- e W. H. WEAREN & CO non-unio- n I STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS "tJ, doc-to- rt n, HEATING : STOVES works,-Benwoo- n Great Clearance Sale. .j -- SAME SWEEPING REDUCTION. m KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods Dry Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, I Diar-ha-- Stan-or- d, 1 .KIXTa PBEW1TT. -- 1 CYCLONE REDUCTIONS y two-timu- a e Watches, Clocks, Sterling and Plate Silverware, Spectacles, h iqEEi P CURES Danks, The Jeweler, 2STE"W s court-hoiiB- e ur Lil-li- FAIX WINTER j aooDS -- SKIN'QllKER All In. Come and See. H. J. McROBERTS. . . . heatera.-lMchmo- nd iKL- - s - - ' I tCi r. --1 Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal LEAP DECORATIONS. MAKE ROOMS ATTRACTIVE, ASSISTED BY NATURE. rANion,KY., OcroiiKitG, 1893 HOW TO W. P. WALTON. THROUGH SLKEPIXG OAKS Uotr to Dry anil 1'rcKi tliei lne-T- n Drrorntf) Door rnnrla Caea Tor llrnticliea 1'roccaa of YitrnUIiInK unil Ital ' f Iriiiiliic. tCojiyrlKht, 1K0, by Amcrlckn Treas Awocla-tlon. ' the only lino running through sleeping cars in connection wfth the K T., V. A G. Hallway and Queen A Ores-on- t Iloute direct to the World's Fair i rounds and landing paMongers con ml Tenient to tho World's Fair Hotel Dis Met Through Sleeping Car leavca Mb eon 11:15 a. m., Atlanta 2:10 i. i Homo M., and ar4o5 r. m., Chattanooga 7:25 m , Ask for tick-- . rives at Chicago 5:15 i ate via Big Four Kouto and for further ' tf II information address I). B. Martin, GoAITVMN LEAP DESIOS rOH DOOR. nial I'aBsonger Agent, Cincinnati. pnM by patches of ovcrgreon and by tho a To Chicaoo via thk Lakes. Tho moro Korgeons coloring of Isolated rcattorod throngh tho open niciul-ow- s greatest fair on earth leAtrst trip to tho nnd iiastnro lands. ride; Detroit to Chicago md a Tho Reason is ono never to l forgotten via tho grandest palaco ateamere on tho by tho tonrlet who can tako In tho Lakes. Picturesque scenery, lteturning charming aspect of natnre, at tlio same fcoru Chicago direct, all rail; or you can timo reveling in tho ripened fmitau of jjo to Chicago by rail and return via the midsntnmer's growth, and bo iuvigor-nteLakes and Detroit. Berth and meals in- -. by tho cool, bracing air of early eluded between Mackinac and Chicago fall. In tho cities tho antnrnn excur$21 'M Round-trirato from Cincinnati y (via Toledo and boat .TOc Wm.) For full sions to tho mountains and wooded conn-trhavo lcoino a fcatnro of railroml information ask and C, II. A I). K. tier and to 12. 0. t.. agent, or address A 1). K.McCormick, travel,prodigal retnrn from places where, II , Cincin-ant- with generosity, such bits of 1 A T. A. 0 . II. brilliant color aro scattered at one's very 0. feet bringing no token of all this teauti-fu- l display seems so careless of tho op' NorfolkiWesternRR portunities afforded that it Is a jnst retribution upon such unappreciatlvo Individuals to havo their abodes as bare of SchrJulc tpt i, iS?J tho exquisite adornment offered as tho haunts of natnro aro after her gifts aro L.KAVK NOIITON DAILY all tiestowed. 10:16 a m lor Graham, lllurfield, I'oeahonlai Tho varied tinUt of tho maple, tho rich Uynchburr, Kicbmoud and NoriolW. .NorlolV .Slplnc Carl from lllufield toRichmond. and leather tones or the oak, tho crimson, Radford; aUofrom Lynchburg to green and gold of tho woodbine, with Tralnt tor rocahontai, 1'owhaUnaud (oo!n vtll Ue Illueficld daily at 7 uu a ni, o) p ui and the graceful painted plumes of the sumacs, and a score of other kinds of foliJ Lae lllurrild 7 00 a ra and 9 toandm daily lor Vno and Columlui, O.. Chicago tram all pjnti age will supply an endless variety of lor Chi decorntlvo bits of color, which will reWrit I'ullman lptr on 9 00 p m .Additional tralni for Wtlch and lntrmfdltl tain their charm and beantify tho homo P " all through tho winter season. ition on KlVhorn Wave Illueficld Tho usual way of collecting thetv auTralm arrtv at Norton Irora the KaM daily at tumn leaves is to gather them as they ctipni Yit further Information a to ichduli, ralti arobcatterud far and wide, loosoued f rom JK., apply to agent of Norfolk A Weitero Kal W.II.HKV1LI.. their nntivo branches by tho wind. In Cm, Tail, Agl Koanokr, this K'purate condition tho leaves aro M y. 1IRAC.O. most easily carried anydlstmicoand Trav. I'ui, AKent for use. Tho simplest way to preserve them in to spread them carefully IK VOU ARE GOING....... between tho pages of old books or newsok papers, allowing sheets to sejKi- - a inn kouii nouTK to thk world' fair. Wo b11 love comfort, especially when kflvellDK, nnd what a great comfort It a to bo ablo to take a Bleeping car at your own homo which runii right through to lands GhicaKO without change nml at the entrance gate- of the jKvsaongors post World's Fair without n single cfcango or transfer of any kind. How oan this bo accomplished? Why simply hj asking your locnl agent for a ticket At the Big Four Konte, which 1b ahso-lle- ly Tho hills nml valleys nro Uglnning to glow with tho rt'gnl splemlor of ylorj. Up nml dowu tho bIojwb of tho countrj tho forests will array themselves in harmonious tints, whilo horo nnd thoro tho color vM bo height- ni wood colored chenille lay this on in tho same way, liegiunlng at tho top and laying it over tho ends of tho stems to form an imitation of a real branch, and it will produco a very pretty effect if carefully handled. All theso aro combinations of singlo leaves, but a few real branches aro very nico to put over tho doors, nud sometimes tho boughs nro so handsomely draped with foliago that it seems like desecration to strip off tho leaves. Tako somo thick varnish or glno and apply with a brush n coat about tho joints where tho leaves grow og tho branch. After It is well set lay tho branch upon a table, and with a hot wnxed ilatiron press out each individual leaf , or varnish them If preferable Branches of maplo or aumac and mountain ash with the fruit left on will be very handsome when D. Comings. prepared In this way. WOMAN'S WORLD IN HORSE BREEDING. It rroipccta In tho Middle Section of the Union. PARAGRAPHS. r st m I ma-ple- 1,000-mll- o d p l, NirW 4 '' pro-par- ed NORTH .THK WEST, . l A lOUKVHLC 4 NatHVILK R. n. M ffif litif WW I V'V, ;(t. la the line far you, at ite , Double Daily Trains Make cloie connection at -- 10UISVILLE And CINCINNATI tUi DIXOItATlON I"OB i " H IKl'III.R IKXJRWAV. ri.i- - rate tho lwives and prevent molding Tor all points. from tho moistnro ovnporating from the TMKOUGHmCKKTS SOLI). IIAGGAGE CHKCKKD THROUGH leavcri. A few grasses may bo collected und pressed to nrninge with them or be For any information eiiouire of JOES HICK. Agent, dried in thoir natural form. SUotcrd, Ky Or A plain, light surfaced wall is made W. W. PENN, Tra. Pan A'eot, Junction City, Ky very attractive by a fow sprays of bright leaves and wild vines or gras ses to givo variety and lighten tho effect. Tluo can bo tied together with n ribtwu and CHESAPEAKE & OHIO tacked up on tho wall, or if a larger spray is desired than tho short stems will permit of a pieco of card can In) used for n central foundation, taking Philadelphia care to cover this entirely by tho mass of leaves, etc., allowing smaller leaves Baltimore, Now York, and grasses to relievo tho margin with And alt other Kaatcrn Citlei. their moro delicate outlines. If a quicker method of drying and Shorleit'Line between Loulivllle, Lenngton'and Uaitern Points. pressing tho leaves is doeired, a hot will answer tho purposo, and if tho IN EFFECT NOV. 1, 1891 Iron is rubbed with beeswax before EASTIIOUND. LvcUxIngtoa using tho color of tho leaves will bo yUUntlc KiprMS No. it, daily 17. lepra Midland Accommodation, No. 6, ex. Sun..it. 40am brighter, while n still greater luster can 6.10pm bo Imparted by varnishing tho leaves ititmled Exprcti, No 14. daily . Ml, Sterling Accom , No. 8, ei.Suu.. ...... 5. 15pm with a thin transparent varnish. This WEST HOUND. Arr. LeiInKton: can bo applied to tho freshly gathered Lexington Accom., No. 17, ex Sun 7 35am leaves, which will curl somewhat whon 11.40pm ftouiivllle Expreia No. 11, daily treated in this way, or it con bo spread aVexington Accom. No. 15, ex Sun 4 15pm 6.10pm over tho already pressed and dry ones, Veitibulcd Exprcti No: jj, daily Solid Vntibuled Train 1 with Dining Can. N' just to brighten tho colors. bar tranfars. Perhaps among tho pictures hoarded Through Slreperi from Lexingtan without ap awaiting framing is some llttlo sketch C. 11. RVAN, ifi ufsv. KULLFR, or lithograph of a quiet country landGen. Pan. Agt, Au'l Gen. Paa. Agt., ' scape. If so, what Is moro fitting than Waihington, D. C. Cincinnati. a combination of nature and art in mutual decoration? Qot a plain mat somewhat larger thnu tho picture and a background of some very light neutral tinted wrdboaid. Mount tho picture upon this background, preferably In a lower corner of the mat opening, and lay aroand tho uneven space a grouping of small bright autumn leaves. Fasten these In place with a little gum or paeto at the back, and if you choose paint or JrWHf pBPLaW- - To Young Mothers 1 draw in tho oumu of tho sceno upon ..-- . somo appropriate bpnee, and the result will lw a tastefully framed plcturo that, in Its decorative setting harmonizes with the spirit of the scent-- . If there is a room in tho house where tho woodwork is painted white and an enlivenmeut of its coldness wonld bo d- -, OhlM Easy. lirabio for the winter, let tho spotless panels of tho doors lie relieved by tho snorteni warmth of variegated maple leaves, and In order to Co tho desiro Is attained. Endorsed by the Leading Phyridin. thla arrange tho leaves upon the panels Pock to MUetmm(14 VJMMS. with a littlo gum upon tho back in such RABFIILD REGULATOR CO way that they look as if growing upon ATLANTA, QA. OLD BY ALL DKUOOItTI. ft branch; then taking a heavy piece of RAILWAY. Washington, flut-iro- n ' r mothers! FRIEND" m- - I i MVnsK Miku llrth ladot, MtMMiMMMMtMMiMM f i Tliis dlsgrunted malo man nfllnns that women nro spiteful to one another. Then he declares they nro unwilling to wait till another person has finished speaking before they break in nnd tako np tho gab themselves. Moreover, they presumo on their sex in their relations with men in ik way that is altogether and this they do even In business matters. Tho typewriter girl wants to havo shorter hours nnd to havo her defects excused because she is a woman. Our critic then charges nion tho sex becauso of "thoindifTerenco with which a woman will contcmplato the fnct thnt tho convenience of others has Ih.h'ii sacrificed to her caprice. Very olinervablo In young women." Further, when iersou8 call to see us we keep them waiting an nnconscionablo length of time leforo wo make our appearance Wo do not keep our engagements, and we have no whm) of the Importanco of fulfilling our promises. Then after having knocked us down ho proceeds to walk over us as follows: "What I do insist on, however, Is this In public tho nverago woman shows an Inconslderate-uesa disregard for tho ordinary courtesies of existenco (which runonnu sometimes to positive insolence) to u degree not anywhere nearly approached I may say by tho nverago man." that this hits not been my experience in some nine years of traveling In the elevat-e- d railway cars twice n day with the aver-ag- o New York city man. Still, If there Is any ground of truth in the masculino writer's nccusntions, it must lw laid to women's unbusinesslike training and their having been kept heretofore secluded from tho public in tho so called sacred-nes- s of home. Thus they tako their homo manners with them into public places. Men do not daro to, or they would get their heads knocked off. Van Nostrand celebrated her ono hundred and fifth birthday at Millstone, N. J., n few days ago, amid tho general rejoicing of the which tikes ns much prido in her as if sho were tho d Mrs. Van of all tho inhabitants. preserves all her senbes perfectly except Unit of hearing, which is slightly impaired. Sho is healthy, happy and jolly, nnd sho attributes all this and her extreme ago besides to the fact that sho never woro n corset. Sho says other women might llvo to bo as old as she Is if they would givo up this pernicious articlo of their wardrobe, lint most women would rather not live to bo 103 than to give up their corsets. Tho Wnltham watchmaking establishment employs 1,600 women among its The superintendent B.000 work jieople. of tho Waltham exhibit at tho World's fair said of them, "In many lines of tho work women are suierior to men, and In nil lines of tho work women aro moro faithful than tho men." Yet if thnt vory superintendent needed a foreman for ono of his departments ho would select for the place somo strip of n boy and put him up over tho heads of tho oldest und fnithftilest women in tho works and givo him twico the pay of the beet salaried among these excellent work women. It is so in every department of industry, such Is tho power of tho sex superstition. This Is tho most discouraging feature of woman's attempt to rise industrially. Advocates of the short dress reform do not insist that all women shall shorten tlio skirt whether they want to or not. They 6imply ask that women bo permitted to do as they pleaso about It. If a ladj' wishes to wear a short skirt for walking and for tho street, they ask only that sho be allowed to do it without martyrdom. Alice Stono Dlackwell tells a delicious little story in a late number of The Woman's Journal, It was town meeting day in Barton Landing, Vt The ladies thereabouts had been tainted with tho poison of woman suffrage notions, and a number of them determined to attend the meeting to see how tho superior sex conducted itself on dignified public occasions. They accordingly attacked the hall in a body. At tho soma day and hour the schoolteacher of the place marshaled the pupils, male and female, of tho political economy class and took them to the town hall also, that they might see bow tho sovereigns of thU nation hold it level. Arrived at the building, they found their political rulers in a squabble and state of disorder only excelled by the famous scrapping match Unpleaa-antnoEin the British parliament. was in the air, plainly. To 6ee how in the twinkling of an eye tb members of the superior sex snatched their feet off tho desks, throw away their cigars, straightened themselves ap, hushed their angry words and began cooing as gently as a dove on the arrival of the visitors was an object lesson both to those who did and did net believe in woman taking part in municipal government. Eliza Akciurd Co.vnkjl s, Great-grandmothnelgh-liorhood, cf The I'aulta of Worunn ua Seen Through Slnn'a Illrio Glnaar-a- . A man who has apparently just been left out of ltis maiden nunt's will sizes up tho faults of our sex in heroic style. I would llko to havo women read his accusations nnd then ask, each ono for herself, how much truth there is in them so far assho herself is personally concerned. nbom-Innbl- e, of all leading Importers and breeders. ant monopolies of manufacturies, but now the panic-scarreand over-loade- d Importations have practically ceased and Gales manufacturers and importers are dumping their products as xcpt for those of outof pure bred horses standing tncrlt havo been slow and at a ma- fast as they can, which means that prices arc now being terially lower range of vulues than were current a few years ago. Tlintcrricc fees should bare fallen to a low point aa a result of tho w!do distribution of entire horses good, bad and Indifferent fcceklng tho patronago of farmers. Is not a matter for surprise, and with a view toward determining what Iongths tho demoralization of rates had extended and to Right and left, and the fellow with the cash can lay in his goods and ascertain alfothu general feeling In regard to I am happy to say to one and all that tho style of horses most In request this season sell them far below old prices. Tho Gazette put out a short time tine a rrusry I have been one of the fortunate ones and have them in my house. calculated to bring out tho facts. Several hundred good farmers and stockmen They arc new and fresh; no old stock or second-hangoods, rotten In tho Mates of Illinois. Iowa, Missouri, Kanwith age or infected with disease but fresh from the manufacsas and Nebraska were asked to advko us as to Read these prices and see the goods. All the standard brands the kind of horsas most generally patronized turers. by owners of farm mares this season and to of Calicoes at 5c yard; Hoosier Cotton 5c yard. Men's Calf Shoes Indicate the range of servico fees. It la clear Baby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c that servico fcos havo fallen to a flguro where Si, worth $1.50. tho stallion koopcr h&fl to do some clovs figur- worth Si. Ladies' Button Shoes 75c, worth $1. 25. Ladies' Button seing to "pay out." Thoso who havo been duced Into paving a tilg price for a poor horso Shoes 90c, worth Si. 50. The largest and best selected stock of aro of course In na unorlablo position. Tho Clothing ever shown in Hustonvillc. I will also have a mammoth line Cguro for a really tiptop man who pay a long horso of nne quality and cholco brtcdlngwlll of Ladies' Cloaks Oct 1st at half price. A full line of Family Groceries. como much nearer making a profit In tho long Come early and get the best at auction prices. Respectfully, run than ho who brings In a "pcltcr" simply because he could buy him cheap and stand him at a nominal fee. Big horses with stylo and quality aro still commanding remunerative prices, as are also flno drivers, trained soddlors and choice coach and carriage stock. It Is the great mass of weedy stock unsound, blemished, poorly built and undersized horses, devoid of flnUh and IS OVER THE quality, such as result from patronizing cheap mongrel or grado sires that are a drug on the market. If wo maybe allowed to pcrpctrato "an Irish bull," tho kind of bono most in favor In many sections Is tho mule. Jacks hare done a big season's work In tunny counties, and wo must confess that those who havo patronized thorn have, goncrally spc&klng, shown moro sen both an thoto who hare bred good work mares to scrubby mongrel or nondescript stud horses. Tho Jack Is a purely bred elrc at leaM, and one knows Just about what Is to bo expected from his service, and tho mnlo 1a by no means the worst selling animal of tho day. From the scrub stallions )ou do not know what will come. As lictwcen them and tlio ass tho Jack Is to bo preferrwl every time. d Tho Breeder's Gazette says: Thntthcro lias beta a toftrked falling oft In tho demand for i unions of tho various draft breeds during Uiu poat frtr car Is tho teltl-tnon- y At last. II 3 HARD TIES ARE OVER gi- The consumer has been squeezed long and hard by the 1LAUGHTKBBD d JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. The World's. Fair Route from the South Pennsylvania short lines price ranges all tlio way from $2 to $50. Tho reports show extremes of mixed breeding that aro enough to drive one crazy. Horses in somo sections have been nearly ruined by breeding draft mares to trotters. Mnny common fanners aro attempting to get fast trotters. Not ono in twenty succeeds, and a flood of horses no good for anything is poured upon tho community, bending the price of them down so low that it does not jnst nt present pay to breed a good horse in those localities. In tlio midst of tho confusion a fow fixed conclusions can bonrrived at. One is thnt pure bred, first class draft horses and carriage horses are always in demand, and trotters to a considerable extent, too, if ono can bo suro they are going to bo fast. Tho Clydesdales, Perch-eronFrench coach horses and trotters ore the breeds most popular in the states indicated. Thero aro also 6ome Shires nnd Belgian drafts, with a faint sprinkling of thoroughbreds. Tho Ilacknoy is practically unknown. Little attempt is mado to develop breeds of saddle horses. s, A summary of tho reports to Tho Gazette would make tho stallion fee In the states nained average about $9. Tho fcW'vY -- "a. JtiVJT" T if i nmws Is rTi 'sziMS&5'4.zs ;J -- 'yy.'ifizz.u.'r S'42SZr&ZL.j. '''"JfsS 1 i; ?m ;rJ "'Ikir & 1X && SLJV LOUISVILLE aS FROM OR CINCINNATI DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE , mcujots rVJiri' jttBule Sleeping md Buffet Parlor Cart, r m I Cn! HOJatJilelz fSmfTryi 31 It? fioute Through the Indiana Natural Gas Belt. THROUGH M THtU at UNCS AND thC psixcihi ticket omcta or 60UTHCR1 RAILWAra. THIld CONNCCTIOM TICKETS CAN BC fUUMS FOR SPCCIAl INroDMATKN IH DCOARD TO RATtl AN ANY DCtlDtO CCTAlia COhCCRNINO TMU FIRST-CLASERVICE, PUASE APPLY IN PERSON OR BY UTTER CM TELEGRAM TO EITHER OF THE FOLIOWMO I X. H. -- && V J"o GEO. ".yr 1. 15Dia$0N. DjirKtriMrlpat, ElXUal XOODT, lmiUnt General Pus'r '. E. Ccr. R. TI0Mr$0 UCn, Soutifra Paa'r Irtnt, - HSKIUI.TTn. S. K. Pw'r If eat, LUIXGTOX. IT. lOUISTILLS, ftorti and Yiza Su, ClSCDmiUX Ipst. II. Queen & Crescent Route Finest Trains in the South." Through Cars to Chicago without chartge.from New Orleans, Meridian. Birmingham, Chattanooga, Jacksonville, Fla., Atlanta, Macon, Ashevtlle. N. C, Knoxville. Tcnn.. Lexington and Georgetown, Ky. Choice of routes via alCincinnati or via Louisville. Stop-ovelowed on all World's Fair ticVcts, at Chattanooga, Louisville, Indianapolis or Cincinnati. For further information as to Rates, Car Service, Sleeping Car Reservations, etc., call on or address any agent of the Queen & Crescent Route or E. T. V. & G. Ry. rs Nos-tran- rigs Need l'rrah Tarth. Tho pigpen ought to havo a space of fresh soil that luis not been trampled over for Boveral years for the pigs to root in. Such soil helps to correct acidity of tho stomach and keep tho pig healthy. But where the rooting is over land filled with decomposing pig manure tho pigs are sure to get some disease, and this is doubtless often the means by which the dreaded trichiun Is introduced. Tho pig likes to bo cleanly. His rooting in fresh soil for roots and lnrva of insects does not disprove his preference for cleauli-nesAmerican Cultivator. s. D. G. Edwards, G. P A., Cincinnati, O. Live Stock Points. A poultry raiser sayB ho bought tliree pairs of fancy birds from a breeder of THROUGH CARS TO CHICAGO. V 1 S approved reputation and turned them into his chicken houses with tho rest of his flock. Ho supposed they wore all right from tho good name of the fashionable breeder. But in a very short timo his whole premises began to fairly crawl off with chicken lice. Tho vermin had lecn spread by tho six fowls bought of tho fancy breeder. A man who breeds poultry for Kile and sends them away covered with vermin well, ho Is another man that will never go to heaven. An old overworked hors-- always puta ono foro foot straight out In front of him when ho stands still, as if to rest upon it. Such a horse is a pathetic sight. Tho most cattle lost by exposure last winter were, curiously enough, in Louisiana. Tho cattlo were loft to run wild and got no caro, a severo winter camo on, and tho owners of those animals lost them through pure neglect. If a calf bunts the pail over when you are feeding it, don't fly into a rago and kick the calf. That is oxactly how it bunts Its mother's udder to moko the milk give down. Tho display of horses and cattle, sheep and Bwino, at the World's fair will continue every day in the live stock pavilion until the close of the exposition, Oct. S& One of tho most interesting features is tho fino display of mules and jacks. The opportunity to compare tho Illinois mule with that raised in the south will be a good one. It is to be hoped, too, that the attention of fanners will bo attracted more to tho possibilities that lie in tho working mule. Ho will bo far more valuable on farms than tho ordinary small scrub horso is. In tho lists of live stock entered for exhibition ut the World's fair there are l.'.'W head of cattle und 1,017 horses. Perfectly matched und broken carriage teams from l.rr to 18 hands high always command the top price in tho horse market. A writer says that In breaking horses of tho Hambletouian blood great care should be taken not to spoil their mouths or to hurt their dispositions. Do not breed from fall bred hogs. They are apt to bo stunted .,nd made Celicate by the cold weather, especially n the north. YOU WANT TO ADOPT A BABXt GOOD PAY ! FOR GOOD WORK ! dooe boorc, however, bui never have those fumlsboJ Uxai so ovar the original estsplou thla ono. Everyone will crcioim, " Well I that's tho Bwetgt buby I trver eaw P' Tnii cnjrravlntr can Rtra ttuio joa buta faint kiaa ot theexqulslte original. black-anA-whl- to Mnvbe yoo think this ts a new business, cotltmr out titik on applrcudon ; It has been CKPSSW mwt&72&vsEnE7?im w ft viamKi-,"f ii. : tH For Ladit-- s or Gentlemen ! $5 to $500 Cash! According to results accomplished ; hi addition to a liberal comniiseion of twenty per cent. Also 5SflftzaxvmmMixM&SMzmffm aj- - vv-- . cn'rt jmrMMmmMLKmM:-r3 mm jiv -.- t.- -i MP iJ"WinJflt J'a tH 31 M"WsaaaapajT.jrsv,,i VgjaBPTivSiBiBiBBBEit GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS. Impossibilities or Uncertainties. Every thing Fair, Honor able, Plain and Positive. No See programme in the Weekly Enquirer of our Fourth Annual Contest among Agents for largest clube. Agency for the Weexlt Enquirer is a profitable business. It is the best school in the world to prepare one for a business contact with the public, a stepping-etonto business qualification and future prosperity. "We want good Agents to solicit for subscriptions. Tho inducements are extra good. c lAn ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. which wts propose to eod to yoo, transportation paM. Tbe BuJo darnnv rctta BtfUnft a plUow, and is rn tbe art of drawing off tu pink aock, the mate of which has been pulled off and flung add with a triumphant qoo. Tha flca Unu aw perfect, and the ere follow jrou.no matior whore roc stand. Thoeiojil-flt-o re productions of this grcaust painting of Ida Wauffh (the moat celebrated of modern painters of baby life) are to bo given to those who subscribe to Demoreafs Family Mftg-slfor 1833. The re prod actions cannot be told from the original, wfcloh cost HOOtana are tbe aaase bUo OTxa tnebeaL The buby is Ufa stae. and absolutely lUcUko. We bare atoo.in preparation, to present to our subscribers during UW, otber great pictures by sucbarttotaasPercy Moranjataud Hum poser, Louis Descbamps, and others of world-wid- e renown. Take unry two examples of what we dkl during the past year. A Yard of Paa-tle- ,1 and "A White House Orchid" by tbe wife of President Harrtaon, and you will gee our promisee moan. whet Those woo suneanoe ioucrootTi-- s rrunuy yff.Tirwi tor tass voi uufisi a gallery of ex iMiieUe works of art or great value, betides m Mn rtrxi that cannot be eaoaled by any la the world for its beanttfn) irjustratioos and bject matter, that win keeporcryone post, ed oa aU tbe topics of tho ear, and all the fade and dUXeteat teen of raterest about the hoaeebotd, besides tvradshing toertestlog rending mattes, both gnrve and gay, to? the whole facsftr; aad wklss Demorcatfs is not stshlooslJwzIne,ttefaBtoonpsgareper. f ec. and w gtve ym. fn of cost, ail the patterns you wish to use during the yeas, an4 In any sss yoo chtmee. Bend In your at once, oary . and you win seally Takes. AjMsbm thewubUaher. got W. Jeanrngs Demurest, IS Beet lftk BtJfcw York. If you are unacquainted with the Majraatoe, sand 10 ceaU lore apeclieri cop ne on "rtl DJLUT." ovwtn 4 - vts-- r - tf "v V ' kj1,- - - sp 1 WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. FOR KICKING HORSES. WORLD'S FAIR NOTES. Comes to you eery other day In the year forjri best paper in Ktntufjby. ly j. The cheapest 50 cents gets it fortluee months. Address 1 THE GREAT REVOLUTIONS. l: F English cominonwcnlth ended by tho restoration of tho tnoaarcby Charles IL 16SS The Oraii go revolution in Enp-lanFlight erf James II and accession of William and Mary. 1780 Peter II, the last of the Romn-nof- s in direct line, deposed and crown given to Anne of Court and. 1770 Great straggle for Greciau independence. General rebellion in Greece and the European Turkish provinces. Unsuccessful. 1773 Liberal movement in Sweden suppressed and an absolute despotism 1600 un-d- or d. 1772 The continual civil wars, revolutions and counter revolutions in Poland so weakened the state that in tills year it fell an easy prey to Russia, Austria aud Prussia. The firlt partition treaty wns made .and acted on in this year, the Poles rerolted, and an attempt was mado to establish a reform ia the state. It failed, and tho second partition treaty in 1783 put an enfl to Poland. 1775 Tho war of American independence began; ended by tho surrender of Comwallis at Yorktown, 1781. This was the most momentous of all revolutions, since by its anrcess tho juxrplo of Europo and of the whole world were inspired uy a zeal for liberty and self government. It was tho first great blow struck for modern liberty. 1780 Tho French revolution began with the meeting of tho states general. The great French ware began in 1703 with the first coalition and lasted until the downfall of the empiro in 1815. 1790 Revolution in Hungary against Austrian domination. A war resulting in the independence of tho Hungarians. St. Louis Globe-Democra- t. STAGE GLINTS. "The Amazons," by Pinero, is the next comedy in which Johnstone Bennett will be seen. Mr. and Mrs. Kendal have accepted a new play bv Ian Robertson, called "A Play In Little." Nat Goodwin ia reported to contemplate playing tlio title rolo in "David Garrick" later in tho season. Manager Augustus Pitou has a new sensational melodrama which is to bo produced in Xevf Yorfc city at an early date. Sufton Vane, the author of "The Span of Life," has completed a new melodrama which ho calls "Beyond tho Breakers." It is said that Charles Frohmon lost $9,000 on" tho production of "Fanny." Sims and Raleigh had 5,000 before they put pen to paper. The death is announced in Milwaukee of Mrs. Jacob Nunemacher, who beforo her marriago waa widely known on tho burlesque stage as Lizzie Webster. John Fowler and Ernest C. Whitton, who aro tracing W. H. Crane for $2,000 damages far not producing their pbiy "Dakota," announce that they have sold tho piece to Roland Reed. M. B. Curtis wants his experienco while under tho charge of murder dramatized and has sent the evidence in his trials to a London playwright, whom ho has commissioned to construct tho piece. new playa Minnie Seligman-Cuttina'are "Margaret Byng," by F. C. Phillips, author of "As In a Looking Glass," an emotional drama, and "Gladys," ft combination of emotional and comedy elements. a RAILROAD TIES. t Tho Chicago, Burlington and Quincy is now running Eolid trains from Chicago to Galveston. Tho tracks of tho Texarkana and Port Smith northward from Wilton, Ark., have been extended to Alleno, Ark. Tho Norfolk and Western has commenced work on a new yard at Vivian, W. Va. The largo yard at Bluefield, W. Va., will be the only one superior to it in size and convenience. H. E. Dewy, superintendent of the eastern division of tho New York and New England, who Is also superintendent of tho Norfolk and Worcester, has removed his headquarters from Boston to Putnam, Conn. Tho Westinghouso company has a now brako in uao on several first class trains, including tho New York Central's Empiro State express, mfl the absolute results ore being looked ford ward to with great interest by tho mil-roa- tors, flashing out gems of wit, fact and logic. Every phaso of tho topic was enlarged on, and it was an education in economics from that side jnA to heat tho speeches. My own enthusiasm was stirred at tho story. "Were any women therer I asked. "Very few," was the answer. It occurred to me then that in all tho months sinco tho silver coiuago discussion has been at itf fever height I havo only onco heard tho subject inentioued by a woman ot women. And yet they seem to talk busily enough and with an air of intense interest whenever two or three of them are together. What do they talk of? overhear fragments of their conversation sometimes. Two of )m so called intelligent middlo class ladles talked rapidly and earnestly togothar, and one said: "She's a perfect gadabout, and she lets her houso go till it looks liko fury, like fury! Sho runs into ray flat and bothers mo at my work and boron mo tc death." At that moment th object of tho conversation appears on the scene. Tho lady who hod been tolling. tho tale suddenly assumes tho sweetest possible foco and begins to reproach not coming tho "gadabout" for to seo her. Two others vslro conversing on tho steps. This fragment floats upon their ocean of gabble: "Sho'i been putting up peaches and sailed me in to see them, and thoy looked perfectly awfnl. She'd mashed them all up getting them into tho jars, and she didn't know any better than to cook them toe much, and they all got brown and squsny looking, but of course I had to tell hei they were canned lovely." O woman, gentle, intelligent, kindly natured, sw.eet nnd sincerel Do you know that a belief is growing that wo aro what we think, and that every deceitful, spiteful, unworthy thought brings upon our own heads its consequences in th shnpo oi ill health or misfortune? Did you ovei try for one month to live up to tho rule not to say about another woman ont wcnl that you would not 0 w'MHng tc say to her? Autumn is here, and tho club meeting season is at hand. For your club discussions in tho coming year select one after another tho great questions of general public and human interest. Some women's clubs havo dono this nlready, and great is their rpward. When the members of these club3 give sHdresses, their words ore not merely tho thrashing of musty old straw or tho mild moral and sentimental platitudes which pass for original thought with so many women. NoJ Tho members of tho club como en rapport with modern life living, throbbirlg, electric life. In women's clabs tho subject oi use is too littlo considered, and that of tho merely curious and entertaining gets far top much attention. In public questions thero aro this moment fUyer, the tariff, sanitation, education, the lessening of vice and crime, municipal government, homo rolo in Ireland, tho annexation of Hawaii, villafcp and city improvement, woman suffrage", woman' work and woges and dozens of othei vital mattew that como trooping before tho mind. Soino of these questions must be solved by women themselves, or they will never bo solved. Women, my sisters, wako up! Put off tho mean, the ignorant and tho trivial and stoop youi eouIs henceforth in groat thougtita. Train yourself to bo sincere as the daylight. Never even think an unworthy 01 nnkind thought of another. Nebraska has 10 county 8ekol superintendents who aro women. A Chinaman says, "It is better to bo an American dog than a Chinese woman." There is in England a woman trainet of race horses, Mrs. Chollonei. Tho men of her family wero jockeys and trainers beforo her, ifnd sho took up the business and carries it on successfully. Sallio Joy Whito knows a woman who controlled all tho advertising of tho New York and Now England railroad. She transacted tho entire business of this department and mado a good thing of it, and everybody liked her, of course. Everybody olways does like a thorough business woman, because sho is always polite, neat, prompfr, shrewd and good tempered obovo all, good tempered. 1 Ladles, What Do Ton Thluk of trie Silver tome Lessons Which Will Dreak Them of Question? Their Uad Habit. A gentleman was telling: me about the Dr. Jaiaus Law writes: Tharo isno inmeettng of tho silver men in No w York fallible euro applicable to all kickers city at tho great ball,p th'o Coopet alike, as much uopends on tho temper of Union building. Ho wayfull ti admira- tho animal, its past habits and experition even of tho speakers whom he did ence, and not a littlo on tho man who unnot agree with. They wero giants, he dertakes tho cure. Some nervous mares said, full of their subject, magnetic ora- given to twitching, "holding tho rein un- Nebraska shows u map of Platto county mado with wheat, rye, oats and grosd seed. Ono of tho der the tail and kicking may Ihj cured by simply driving with un overdraw check, kept rather short, ami by rolling tho crupper with a strip of flannel until it ia three inches thick and will not allow tho tail to settle down closely enough to bold tho rein tightly, or fixing tho tall to tho breeching straps at each side so as to preveut it from getting over tho rein may Buffice. If it is from nervous sensitiveness when touched on tho quarters or hind limbs by harness, shafts, whip or hand, Mngner's method of turning in narrow circle to render tho horso dizzy and submissive may bo tried. A strong hitching Btrap or stout hemp cord ia carried from ono ring of the bit back on ono sido of tho body through an opening made in tho hair above a knot tied on the end of tho tail and back through tho other ring of the bridle. This may bo drawn so tightly as to bring tho noso noar to tho tail and tied with a running nooae, which may bo loosened in a moment by pulling on tho fore end; or, in placo of tying, it may bo held in tho hand tightlg but ready to bo slackened when necessary. Most horses in those circumstances will turn rapidly around toward tho sido to which tho head and tail aro turned, and tho more rapid tho turning, tho sooner will tho animal becomo dizzy, and will fall on tho opposite sido if tho process is too long continued. If tho horso declines to turn or turns slowly, it may bo mado to do it more actively by striking tho noso gently with tho whip. It i3 not necessary, however, to whirl it till it falls; it needs only to bo made giddy. After a few turns touch its quarters, minp, thighs, hocks and shanks with a light pole. It may kick or try to at first, but tho polo must bo applied lightly again and again, and it will soon dismiss all tlfought of kicking. The pole must be repeatedly brought in contact with all parts of tho hind legs inside and out until it no longer fears or resents it, but takes it as a matier of course. As tho effect of turning to one sido is liable to bo temporary, it is best to loosen tho horse in a few minutes, tie it on tho other sido and let it turn for awhilo in that direction. Tho polo can now be brought more effectively in contact with tho wholo of tho other hind quarter and ley, so that tho horse becomes educated to bear it at all points without fear or retaliation. The rulo with an ordinary horso is to continue tho lesson 15 to 30 minutes until the watchful, resentful eye becomes qulot and subdued and tho tense muscles of the faco relaxed, the ears, eyelids and lips placid and the general expression calm, except as manifested in the hurried breathing and perspiration. Bnt if after a severe lesson the animal shows only a nervous terror or fury is is better to suspend tho lesson and wait some days for a second. When subdued, tho horso may bo allowed to smell and cxatnino harness and may be carefully harnessed and hitched, at first into shafts, or directly to a wagon, encouragement and reward being mado with sugar or apples, and a confident, commanding but kind voico and manner being employed. Several lessons aro usually demanded, and it may bo needful to drivo in harness simply and then in shafts beforo ho cau bo trusted in a wngon. It U all important that everything bo dono safely, that a duo stage of submission bo reached beforo tho animal bo placed where it can by any chance bo tempted to repeat it vice, as a relapse will only fix tho habit moro firmly and give it to roalizo that n tho control secured by tho turning is only temporary. 11 ojer-ntio- mauy railway exhibits in tho Transportation building comes from England. A complete train as run on the London and Northwestern railway is in place. The mineral cottage in tho South DaAlmospherlc Orfgesi AJ kota building is constructed entirely of minerals. Tho roof is of mica, tho walls aro of gold, silver, copper, tin, lead, zlno and nickel ores. Washington has n model farm 80 feet square, with n farmhouso no larger than a bird cage, o red barn 3 fee.t high, and M ADSOBITIOIf. flowing wells which spout into troughs that hold about u pint Tiio Smithsonian institute has a natural history exhibit, allowing all tho prinf 4tm A Jtrr. Sra, cipal species of each family of mammals LOUISVILLE, KY. in tho two America,. There is also an DuBois & Webb exhibit of tho families of beasts and loe Dhhunoham, Am. birds which aro fast beiug exterminated. fitlrSid tor 0 page book frc. In tho watch exhibit aro tho tiiuopiecea Toatlmanlal. The carried bjr King Jouuvj I, Olirar Crom- where ClxtropoiM will cute msny cain cJ altease else will. It has worked like a well, John Milton, Sir Isaac Newton, charm nothing Kcv Geo. II. Meaus, in ray family. Covington, Ky King George III, Rolwrt B irns, William it It crrlitnlr of Orangn, Queen Elizabeth, John Cal- moreIswonderful aawonderful lntlruentnd yet is it to how it does its work, vin, John Bunyan nnd Lady Jane Groy. dot it T K. O llrmley, 1 he vtttran plow manufacturer ol the Sou'h In tho piano department of tho RusLouisville, Ky. sian Boction is tho invention of Baron With the F.lectropo'te I have curd dvTT''. trouble, lagrippc, heacache Pillard von Pilchau, a, most ingenious comtipation and liverrheumatism, ntuialKia, contrivance by which a composer may tocthache.bad colds, The remits are wonderful, colic and piles. pit down to his instrument and impro- chills and fevnr I have seen cured in Ao minutes. K, II. Lyle, Churchill, Ky. vise without any thought of memorizing his work, for tiie attachment writes out tho music as rapidly as ho plays it. K Iclc, we her Cfttori. When Baby When Khe was a Child, aha crlM for CnMorlv When she Ucm MLis, ho c)ug to Cartori. When sho hud Children, she KMethem CutorU. tu ri nr. ninui-nm- . I)anllle. Isl YIHY ST ABU P. W. CWEEN, Prop. This stable, which well-know- MYERS HOUSE jj n Is run n connection vvttv Myers Home, baibeen supplied wMb A New Lot of Hones, prepare, PIK3T-OLA8- Buggies, Wagons, Carriagv, e nti .rummer's Supplies and S Is belter than uupply the public with RIQB OFlAEL KINJSB. Wbthout Medicine. I cures disease Personal and pmmptattention,givcntoVeddBjt Parties and IlurlsU P V ' GRKf"1 1'soj.r? AL. 1IURNS. MansKcr. Bs 8;yiV trflssviM J. V .-- .flL. A "- - CUR n. . . lUiiMnf OlnUmttit. a fisw.svf.iii... . S$,KT.7Tvni,.uro,u',.',0,nw- - Itmafivianoiwrsl ..- Why ssn W aou uarantM only nnroastifor su . miiL u benefits " reeotTM. fin fren. OoarantrweltsuM y our awente. ,,Kr?""?,i"?w ; :r.s.." "" rrfuHuiir in doath, " uniu.-rT- . swrruiinons rum, sum .; VX.Ilil"m.Jitm't' "" ' li. VJ ton-sllit- is, oerrcax i.iw.itrtTVirJi'UHAi.'ll IIEO ULATOll mirui; I'L'iunr.iu nmw, miM and Hmut Ml, especially ndaptM foe chJUrua'a uao. W Ucrnu. OUXUANTtW Imuc-- 1 CONSTIPATMilOT only by i A. R. PENNY, Stanfor Anericaaj I FASHION'S FANCIES. TfOroEBaftSMlAR 4 Solectlflo Handsome black gowns are tho rage for small dinner parties at homo and abroad. Leghorn hats trimmed with rich autumn leave, birds and plumago and fall blossoms will bo worn until very Into in tho season. All tho changes possible havo been rung on laco and flowers in millinory, nnd now tho latest garnitures of hats nnd bonnet are farcical littlo gny colored wings. Tho now bodice ruffs aro strictly Elizabethan in width and volume, but are light and subtle and do not, as tho historic ruffs 'lid, mako tho wearer look.and fol as K pilloried frra MU'dcraedtiOT. New York Post. Nashville, Tenn., March S, 1S93. The Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn., Gentlemen: 1 had Sciatic Rheumatism, combined with nervousness and insom nia (or six weekp, and having heard of to many perrons being cured of nearly every disease by taking Stockton's Antiseptic, 1 concluded to try it and tho result was wonderful. It nave mo almost instant relief, and in Ave days I went to my office. I take great pleasure in recommending it. Respectfully your?, R. E. Morto.v, 321 North College St. For sale by A. R. Penny, dnifc'tfists, Stanford. On this doctors EEH ERADICATES BLOOD POL SON AND BLOOOTAINT. bottles of Swift's Specific (S.S.S.) Wm. S. Loo alls, Shxtreport, La. Chybral my system o( 0 entirely clnaosetivery worst type. contasious blood poison of the lH CURES SCROFULA EVEN IN ITS WORST rORMS. OAVtATS. TRAD! MARKS. DtaiON fATKHTS. COPYRIGHTS. Vnr Information and rrxfl Handbook wrltAU) MUN.V A OO, kU llm.auv.AT. Nw YonKl Oldest bureau for securing patents In AmeriS Kvery patent taken out tit- us la bmuaral tcf3 the publto by nuUoo given troo of charg la u - VV tSBBVsfJ M eSBsBBBBB T mad scrofula In 1AI. and cleansed my 1 system entirely from It by taking seven bottle of S. S.S. 1 havo not had any symptoms since. Wilcox. C W.Spartanburg-- , S. C ricuiific ..TAKU -- tucicim THE., HMS9URBD HUMOREDSOP CASES OF SKIN CANCER. Treatise on Wood and Skin Diseases mailed (rte. SwirrSraciric Co, Atlanta, Ua. Diret rlreulatlon of any nHmttfle paper In tfs No tntHliaMt Splendidly lUnstrale,. world. man should bo without It. wrckiv. 3.0 SUOsts months. AddrswS MpNN A OL Nrw YortutrJ .' OR.J.S.APPLEMAN The Famous Specialist, To Visit Our City Professionally. An Excellent Chance for the Sick and Suffering. A) taUltVUU, MwAlSasT S CHICAtO lit THE POPULAR AND M)IX I TUtSSSSSMS (r DIRET CIHCICCAGdJ), SHMNISftQU,, PoA.yTs FREE CONSULTATION, And esammation at hu Private Parlors at the WEST don't disagree. It may Myers House, Stanford, Tuesday, bo regarded 11a an assured fact that tho Oct. 10, one day only, delegates to the Pan American Congress Returning every four weeks duriot the year. at Washington, who travel over the WORLD'S FAIR Visitors, remember the Monon is the line, jxfh Vcstlbulrd Trains, During Cars, Palace CSfir Cars, I'utlmin llutlet Sleepers, at lowest rales. For Information address Live Stork Tolnt. Corn does not ripen well in Oregon, consequently that stato is a fino market See? fraternity. The Lehigh Valley has been making numerous appointments since severing its connection with the Reading system. Nearly all the old officers, who since tho consolidation havo been holding minor offiore, have been appointed to fill tho positions they formerly held. GRAINS OF GOLD. 1 y L The man deserving of tho name is one thoughts and actions aro for others, not for himself alone. Tho daikcBi hour in tho kistoryof any young man is when ha sits down to study how to got money without hopestly earnwhoM ing it. The main token of a strong character is not to make known every change anu phase in thought and feeling, but to give the world the finished results. While wo havo ttmo let us do all tho good that it is in our hearts to do. Not next week or next year, but now. Who knows what a day may bring forth? There is no action of man La this life wMcbU not thfe beginning at so long a chain of consequence as that no human providence is high enough to give us a prospect to the end, Toronto Globe. i l., I Genoa Springs, Kan., owejuta prosperity and good looks to its la'ay inhabitants. It is a mineral spring town, and tho main business of the phitre was tho keeping of boarding houses and hotels, and theso wero rnn by women. Having learned to run boarding hoasus and paying tho larger part of the tsweed at Geuda Springs, tho women resolved to run tho town. Ono of thai number, Mrs. Barnes, was elected mayo. Next a woman city council ententu on tho Bcene, and tho era of vlilago improvement bexan. Sidewalks wero laid, trees wero planted; villago loafers anflrcwdles, on tho other hand, wero npftj$ed and cleared out Now the little- town is very pretty and begins already to tako on city airs. A good way for women t influence human affairs is to begin with ttting an interest in city government aw finding out all thero is to be known about administering it along tbo lino f knosty, morality and order. Women havo often been very successful as canvassers for advertisements. Kansas City has n regularly established woman prwacher, Rev. Eugenia St. John, pastor of tho Gordon Placo Methodist Protestant church. Dr. Mary Putnam Jacobi is president of the neurological section of the Now York Academy of Medicine. In Berlin all the small parks aro taken caro of by women. - Eliza Akchard Coxtob. for pork products. is a A brood maro that is a treasure on a farm. Not only will sho transmit her quality to her colts, but sho will train them by her example They will havo to walk fast to keep up with her. English Dorset owes aro bred twice a year. At ono lambing thoy produce Southdown sired lambs for mutton; it tho other, pure Dorsets for stock purposes. Never let n tired, hot horso eat beforo drinking. Expert Dr. Vcelcker has analyzed fodder rapo and finds it to bo richer in fatty matter than any other green food crop. Neither sheep nor caltlo should bo put upon rapo food altogether at first, as they will cat too much of it. Let then como up to tho full ration gradually. Fodder rape leaves aro smooth and of a very dark color, almost black. A mau who does it that way says that stock can bo rid of lico by rubbing upon them a mixture containing If of carbolic acid to a pint of lard. MVt thoroughly and rub in thoroughly. H says whon a colt begins to look downcast, as though it wore brooding over a secret grief, oxnmino for lice. But you cam get rid of them easily by dusting yellow insect powder into tho animal's hair. Cut Bweet corn when in milk. Let it dry out qnito thoroughly. Mako a stack f this with sweet hay in alternate layers of six or eight inches. The hay will keep tho corn from molding, and tho corn will impart sweetness to the whole. You will have feed for tho winter stock that will bo eateu up clean and greedily, nor could wo imagine anything better for young stock or milk cattle. An old Pennsylvania Dutch remedy for scours for colts is raw eggs, four at a doso' every two hours. Break the eggs into a cjp, bild Ik'o animal's head up, open tho mouth' and drop in. Next to corn as a fattener comes whea,t, and after that barley. fast-walker tablo-spoonfuls Chesapeake & Ohio Railway will, with IAS. BAKKF.K, G. P. A , Chicago W t, (JKUMI.IU I'. A., LOUIIVI. one uccord, praiso iha nconery and train service. There is nothing hi the way of Co lovely mountain views and picturesque valleys of tho Virginias, to compare or STANFORD, KY.. with that through which the SSSSSSSSSSSMSiSSeeCi.-j. - M Is now fully orgsniicd and ready for business vettk Ohio Railrood passes. There is nothing of historic nature in America $200,000. Paid up Capital of as great as a trip through the Virginias Surplus, . 2L00f. and thero is no other railroad in AmeriSBsBBSSSSSSStT 'ssBBSbbW? SUCCKSSOH to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL ca superior to the O. & O. in the smoothHANK OK STANFORD, "sSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSHsW ness and stability of its tracks, tho F. F. Now cloeing up) with the same assets andune V. Vestibule Limited being ono of the the same management. Dy provisions of its cbailer, depositors are famous trains of tho world. The Chesa- ei ,lr JsfsSssssssssssK3siEc'''sri. fully protected as aie depositors in Nation Danks, its shareholders being held Individua peake & Ohio passes through Hull Run, liable to the estcntol the amount of their std Manassas and other noted battle fields iBstBSSSsV BSSSSSSSSSSSV sSSSSSwi therein at the par value thcreol, in addition to amount invested in such sharps. It mar act and is in all respects tho best route for executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully M r individual, tho West, North-Wes- t and South-Wes- t JssSssW ''SbHHB soTo those who entrusted their bulsincss to su while mniging the Lincoln National Hick at to the National Capital. For copy of Stanford, we wc here tender onr many thanks ad Virginia in black and white, free and trust they will continue to transact their business n guarantee for ''TsWlVS'y with us, offering as atwenty years prompt full information regarding rates and iXsTf. el)!! to same, our experience aa banking and as liberal accommodations as arc train service, address C. B. Ryan. Assiswith sound banking. tant G. P. A , Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr, Appleman, formerly of New York, now per sLsBBBBni Farmers BanMTrnst Ches-apeake- 4 I IIbbIB W-BSS- BflMLsBBBBBSsilBBBB vWJCX 4bbbPMHbbbW manently located in Ky , is a atltja-tio- cstss-sist- New York Hospital with $2 additional of llcllevuemost notableMedical College.Its kind In J.J Williams, Mt. Vernon; institution of City, the J. M. Hail, .Stanford; for tho round-triHarvest Excursions, America, lie nas mauo a special siuoy oi me J.S.Owsley, Stanford; Aug. 22d, Sept. 12th and Oct. 10th. The S, J. Etnbry, Stanford; EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT. Wisconsin Central Links will run low J, E, I. rnn, Stanlord; rate Harvest Excursions on tho abovo And chronic Diseaeca in the great Hellevue and J. K. Cash, Stanford; Charity Hospitals, New York City, and the reWilliam Goocb, Stanlord; dates to points in Minnesota, North and sults ol this experience are many phenominal A. W. Carpenter, MlUcdgeville, fsVy Tickets will be good -- 0 earcs all over the SUfe. He successfully trtats South Dakota. S. II. Shsnks, President, r days from date of sale, with Acute and Chronic Catarrh, Dr. J. H. Owsley, Cashier, W. M Iliight, TcSar. privileges to points west of St. Paul and F.aii, dvafnesa, diseases if the eye, ear. Kinging in Minneapolis. For full information ad- throat, lungs, stemach, liver, kidney, ur nary and diabetes, dyspepsia, dress any of the Company's representa- bladder, rfenous prostration,paralysis, epilepsy or constipation, rheumatism, NATIONAL BANK O. Pond, Gon. Pan. and 6tii, llemorroids, piles, cured withoot knife. No tives, or James O.vk first-class;fap sraduat DIRxctors: stop-ove- FIRST pain and no detention from work. OF STANFORD. KY. m Young and Middle Aged Queen & Crescent Route and Louis suffering from s rerrnatorrhea and Impotrncy an vllle Southern R. R. result 01 stir'duic in youin or ciccos in Excursions to Texas, Arkansas and Indi- the years and ot causes producing some of the turc .K a. .mjiilmii tilnfrh, ft an Territory via New Orleans or Shrcvo-por- following effects, ss, dullness, confusion of Ideas. billty, nervousnt ana scsuai Uclectlve October 10, 1893. Tickets on sale avcra'on to scciet , unfit, ,htt memory fnr htnln-t- a victim eihaustion. whtc via Louisville or Cincinnati. Tickets good or narruge, aie permanently cured by remedies 20 days for return. Stopovurs will be cot injuri ua. allowed generally by Texas lines on the going passage. Call on agents for information. O. II. Wood well, D. P. A., LouAs Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , isville, Ky ; H. C. Shaw, T. P. A., Cin- cured by never failing remedies. W, C. Rinearson, G. P. A., Oiseascsof women, such as Laucnrrhea, painful cinnati, O.; Menstruation, Displacement ol Womb, bearing Cincinnati, 0. down pains in back, relieved in short time. Home-Seekera' ma-h- er Men Capital Stock- Surplus m 8200,000 21,300 t, Blood and Skin Dtocascs. The Doctor came all his portable Instruments and comes prepared to examine the most obscure medical and surgical catvM. He undertakes no incurable diseases but cure hundreds given up ts die. Address Correspondence solicited Fsrward, Not Baokward. Stockton's Antiseptic is a scientific remedy fully up with the progrreeivo ago. Don't be discouraged, it is truly the conqueror of disease. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. Look J. S. APPLKMAN.M. D.. Attention of the public is invited to tho tec is tho only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the Ne!onal Hank JUt depositors are secured not only by the cspslsal stock, but by the stockholders1 liability lor to amount eiiual to the stock, so that depositors "or oi 4oo,q this Institution are secured by a luaa of the bj Five sworn statements of thecondition are made each year to the United States govs examined at stated til m.nt snd Its assets are bTzovernmcnt agents, thus securing additil depositors. and perfect safety to..m.!...!!.. A?,I.H.h.H ......! r 1AII iniUlUUUU, Vlitl.n, ............. Hank of Stanford In ij8.then Deposit lie J as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1803 abd gain re. organised as the First National IlxnU uu.um Stanlord in isss, nas nu ii,i.iilii;.. suppk ...... a o.ittrncHof vi vears. It la better now with lacllities for transacting business promf ly and liberally than ever Deiore in 11a long a honorable career. Accounts of corporations, cianes, arms and Individuals respectiuuy so i that Ibis ti Louisville, Ky. Nearly 117,000,000 had been paid in bounties to sugar growers, under the outrageous McKinley law, up to September 1st. This is direct robbery of tho people. The beat talrc la the world lor cuti, bruise torei, ulcers, silt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chip-pt- d hinds, chilblains, coral end all skin erap tioot and positively cures pile, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to jrivk perfect satisfaction trormoney refunded. Prico aj cents per box. y isle by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Ml Write for Health Journal, free. POSTED. '" This netlce forewarns hunters, fishermen not to trespass on our lands without will be prosecuted to the full as all su-extentof the law. Signed: and-othen, h The Directory ol this Hank is composed ol Forestaa Reid, Lincoln county ; S.T. Harris, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; Bucklln'a Arnica Salve. M.LACKOWirZ. T. D. NEWLAND. W. II. HAYS. G. C. LYOW. FKSDTIAUafANN. R. L. WHITE. J. L. BECK. T. C. HALL. PETER BALMER. j.W.Hayden, Stanford; SAi. Basjhzian.tLineoln; J, S. Hocker. Stanford;! N W, A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Sunford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKInnn; M. J .Miller, Mt. VeraW J. S. Hocker, President; John J, McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKInney, Assistant Cashier. Ml j ,K. -- 'tr- .'jatL....,.Cf' f VtyWrVii . .....I "WT TfKf 'HHU'i' , iiM.yinyjyoTrj1? -- rffrnwr.-"-i.i.ftlw " "'"""" r-"- "-- nuwywy'""frn'' "fTii"' '"T t" Ma,,,.,-,.;- '!. "" HI mj'd'yl't' 1"" to .Semi-Weekly Interior Journal II ky wood's Celebrities Stahjokd, Kv., K. C. - Octoiikk G, 1S9U At Walton's Opera Hoiihh Saturday night, October 7th. ... ShcuiiK your tickotH now or you'll get Monday, county court day, would it was found that the girl was too young bo n mighty good time for you to pay to be granted license and she burst in o became your account at this offico. Suppose a Hood of tears. The interested, a collection was taken up and you do ho. Tub Q. A C. will sell round-tri- p 1 tick- ets to Louisville Oct. to 1, good for return on tho Kith, at low ratus on ac ItBMKMiiHit that Dr. Appleman will bo count of tho Jocky Club ltaces. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. at tho Myers House next Tuesday, tho MEANS BUSINESS. Thk Odd Fellows of Lodge No. 50 are 10th. S. II. Shanks bought of Milton War to consider requested to meet 11 uv vour school hooka mid school eup Tub railroad companies are doing now thu question of going in a body to the rcna horse lor no. plies ol nil kinds nt A. It. Potmy'n. James Martin Bold to J. 0. Johnson, what they ought to have done at meeting of the Grand Lodge at LexingWatciiks, clockn nml jewelry repaired of Boyle, 5 fat cattle at 2jc. faro for the rate to Chicago ono ton next week. Messrs. A. C. Sine, and warranted. Knuravinw n specialty, W. II. Dudderarsold toE. P. Woods You can now go from Win, Daughorty and J. A. Allen aro tho tho round-trip- . H. Penny's. at A. cattle at 3. Stanford any day in tho week for about regular delegates, but a good many oth-c- four H The soda water syrups nt A. H. J..D. Goech sold to Charley Spoona-mor- e J10. wish to attend and will likely do bo am made with pure fruit juices and ... 200 bushels of rye at 35c. are delightful. Try them. sold his escorted by the Uniformed Stanford Oait. E. T. UouiloTkh has James E. Bibb sold to Light Hudfarm of 1)0 acres with residence near tho Gold Band. DAY AFTER DAY BRINGS US son, of Boyle, a combined gelding for PERSONAL POINTS. waterworks, to J. S. Hundlay t $90, Hons.IW. II. Miller and It. C. War200. John Alstott, of Uosey county, was nossession to bo uiven Nov. 15. vwien it ren have returned from a visit to Casey, Ben Gaines, Jr. baa rented tho John in town Tuesday. is said tho captain nml family will re- where they found thu outlook for a full Smith farm of 200 acres on the LancasCait. J. 0. Kodkmkk, of Gallatin, move to Texas. democratic vote for Mr. Miller for sena- ter piko for 500. Term,, is at the Myers House. tor yery favorable and they feel very Col. D. W. Tribblo has rented the XIlBS Ll.ZIK XUN.VKLLKY, of the Wcbt To Tkaciibiw. After raising tho 10 much encouraged. There is no republiRayburn farm of C20 acres for $GG1. End, is the uoflt of the Misses Mcnefcc. small districts in Lincoln county to a can opposition to our ticket so far. It is Richmond Climax. Mn. Wiu. Skkuanck left Tuesdayf basis of 15 pupils so as to have all pub- reported The people shall not suffer for Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, that Hon. G. M. Davison, of The Lexington races will bo hold as Cincin-uatpreslic schools taught five months the preteudodly for Louisville Htul Lincoln, will not run and that Hon. F. usual. Latoma couldn't gobble up all Hats, or anything in our line. Notwithstanding the hard times, ent school year, tho general per capita P. Combest, of Casey, is not in condition thu racing in Kentucky. Miss Maby Davikss Duddbrah is buI- - of this county is ?2 SX W. F. McClary. to do so. Tho democrats should not lay Tho recent rains have helped grass a a ferinn severely from soro oyes and has Sam McIIarouk, who killed tho Jepu tho ilattering unction to their souls that wonderfully and now the pastures are to stay In a darkened room. ty sheriff of Whitley at Corbln and got there will bo no opposition. There will as 'green as they usually are in May, Miis. V. II. Kiiiiiy and Mr. a change of venue to Knox county, bo if there is n ghost of a chance for a reOait. Hogs are more active in Cincinnati and Mrs. Laminors and Mies Eva left where ho was given 15 years, was taken publican, so tho safest plan Is to keep with tops at 6.S5; cattle are in fair de- And see the good time approach. Money getting plenty everywhere.1 if mand with best shippers at 4 Wednesday for Chicago. and bo Country Banks sending it to Louisville to loan. Don't let them do from hero to tho penitentiary Tuesday, your oycrj skinned and work juBt as Miis. MaiuiarktOuaves, who Iihb been woods were full of candidates. are sheep at 1 to 3. thu court of appeals having allirmed thu the this, but bring it to us and buy some cheap goods to comfort the visiting her sister, Mrs. A. K. Penny, J. S. Owsley, Sr. bought of James decision. Since his trial ho has been in 12 o'clock Wednesday night Luxington Wednesday. Aiiout returned to old mules at 555; body. We have bought many goods during the panic for cash at Dudderar two jail here. Sam Tildes Cook, of Hustouville, is three men went to Henry Salter's house, one from J. G. Lynn at $00, and of John panic prices and we intend to give our customers the benefit of them. learning thu art preservative in this II. II. Danks, tho energetic jeweler, near the water works, and.demanded en- Smith two at $50. Come and examine before buying. Lift up your heads and don't go ofllco and is making nice proKrcss. has offered to givuas a prize, a beautiful, trance. Salter was not at homo and his The Georgetown Times reportB Bales through life Miu A. E. Guidons, the noted Dan- solid silver cup, to tho hoso and reel wife becoming alarmed peeped through of 33 head of 1.G70 pound cattle at 4 jc; ville decorator, is making great improve- squad of firemen that can run a certain the window and saw three white men. 12 yearlings at 121.25 a head; 500 stock ments iti tho house of Mr. W. M. Lack- - distance and make a coupling first. The It was bo dark she did not recognize ewes ntS2.40 to $2.93 and a lot of late time for thu trial and distance to bo run them, "but could tell that they were very lambs at 2.(io. Mibsks Mattik and Maooib Hoc kick will be fixed later on. Thin will afiord drunk. They knocked again and threatBeazley Bros. & Hays aro now returned yesterday from a some amusoinent for tho town peoplo as ened to break in and still it was not working their stallion, Silver Tip, in harThe light is breaking everywhere, especially with us. Come and visit to tho Fair and to relatives in Mis- well as give tho boys practice and D.mks oueued to them. Becoming enraged at ness and goes liko a top. Why not t let us show it to you. You can afford to buy our goods with this tho ecoundrols threw a large rock vorkhim up and make him a combined souri. a little advertising. wheat money. We have made prices to correspond with the low . airainst tho door, breaking it. Salter's Mrs. Hki.en Huitman and Misses Ixm .,j..prices of farm products. KESEnvcn seat tickets to tho musical wifu betran to halloo murder, while her m"'uu Hocker and Mellio Hopper, of Huston-villA match race has been practically d performance to bo given by tho littlo boy ran to got Mr. Uout at the were Kuests of friendH hero Wed 10 at Linden, N. Celebrities at Walton's Opera water works, but when ho arrived the arranged to bo run Oct. nesday. with 127 pounds; J., between Tammany, Saturduy night, are House I. U. Hoo.iu and T. Z Morrow, Jr., being rapidly engaged at McHoberta' men had gone and;fortunately for them Lamplighter 119, and Rudolph, the crack he did not get a glance of them. Salter westerner, 114 pounds. two clever young gentlemen of Souier-tM- 't, is advance is an unusually good darkey and did not are here working an advertising Drugstore. Mr. J. S.Wells The proepectB aro favorable that salesman and howili servo you prompt- deserve such treatment from tho white scheme, Arlon and Directum will have a match politest manner. Tho usu- devils, who ought to bo made to pay M. T. W. Hnioins, of Ixjuisville, is ly and in his$1, race for $10,000 a side in the near future. AND but tho Opera House dearly for their meanness. Dr. J. H. Owsley and fami- al chargo is on a visit to Should they come together eomo record ly. Ho has nearly entirely recovered management decided not to raise tho The Court of Claims finished its labors breaking may be expected. prico from 75 cents. from his late serious illness. to cut the 10,- It took 41 Tuesday and adjourned till Nov. 25. W. , of Hopkinsville, Mix. J. F. a Hkuiway Hoiuikky. deorgu Ferrell, treasurer and 000 acres of wheat on the farm of N. G. who has been vinitlng his sister, Miss reputable colored man, says ho was held M. Bright was Complete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. Owsley security. Larimore in North Dakota this seaeon .Lucy Simpson, and brother, W. II. up us he was going to his homo at E. T. qualified with J. B. committee to let tho pauper practice and 190 binders were used to cut tho Tho Simpson, left for home yesterday. f piko, Monday was authorized to do so as before, to the 54,000 acres on tho great Dalrymple Penco's, on tho A.monu those who started to the night, by three men, ono of whom put a in each precinct. Dr. W. farm. World's Fair yesterday were Mibeea Ma- pistol in his face and grabbed him by lowest biJder Remember that tho Lexington trots e physiM. Doore was elected mie Lynn, Susie Newland, Minnie with a great program, tho collar, while tho other two went cian at 117 50 a year. Eld. J. G. Liv- begin and Mr. and Mrs. Charley Carter. through his pockets, taking all thu was nllowed $25 for preaching to including a contest for the Mn. S. D. CotintA.N, of Manse, clerk of money ho had, S'J.05, and his knife. He ingston who wero authorized to se- branch of the great Futurity Stako worth the Tate's Creek Association, was here says ho was too scared to tell whether tho paupors Day or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. own preacher for the next $5,000. Tuesday and contracted for the printing tho men wero white or black, but thinks lect their The fall meeting of the Louisville $9C0 year. W. E. Varnon was allowed of tho minutes of the centennial meeting they wero white. off' at Louisville as county judge, J. B. Paxton 1700 as Jockey Club will be run . of tho body. all attorney and W. F. McClary after all. The attempt to concentrate Thk Marlows, Robert and Ueorgo, tho county 0. P. Waiib. of tho 0. S. is up from Kentucky atLatonia was so Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. $900 as superintendent of schools to bo tho racing in Somerset this week with his wife ami Hell county scimpB, who fired into a car got iiaid out of the treasury less 7 per cent unpopular that the oflicials there daughter visiting his sister, Mrs. J. J. on the Belt Line railroad at Middlesborn Road clalmo wero made pay- - ecareu anu ueciueuio cjoso mwr iu,iuK Kendall, and others. They report a and killed a lady instead of thu man discount. and all others by Jan. 1, according to programmo great deal of sicknesu in South Somersot thev wero trying to assassinate, were able at onco D. C. Terhuno paid $0,210 25 for 100 file boxes, Ac. for tho county taken to Piuuvillo from thu jail hertr lhl. For from diphtheria and scarlet fever. $20 mule colts Tuesday at llarrodsburg and Wednesday, for trial. They are a clerk's office $231 was allowed and shipped them to James Guthrie, of ShelCITY AND VICINITY. tough looking pair and if countenance each for tho pauper idiots who have wareroom, paint pau- by villo. They were carefully picked over Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset of is any indication of tho character, they been so adjudged. A number and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. a mouth six counties and several good judges proNrw candles Ht A. A. Warren's. deserve to be hung without judge, jury pers wero allowed from $3 to $0 . nounced them the finest lot of sugar and still others ordered to tho or thu benefit of tho clergy. Mivki) spices at A. A. Warren's. ... During the j ear nil the court- stock seen in this country for many Mahiilk. Mr. J. II. Sowder, tho house rooms havo been improved and yearB. Pay your account. A. U. Penny. 3?"Sign Work, artistic and plain. We guarantee Ewell Kenaker bought 1,200 busbelp A specialty. man, has had polished pieces of new furniture added, water has been Lowkst prices. Danks, ihu Jeweler. work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. 150 acre tract of placed in tho buildiuglthe jail, and resi- of potatoes at 50 cents. Jon. Kindig, of the marble found on his land, '2 miles from Crab Orchard on tho dence painted and a perfecf system Pennsylvania, purchased in Mt. Sterling, CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky goods. Danks, tho Jeweler. Kkwkst L. & N, and it shows a beautiful varie- of sewerage added to tho jail. W 1th all court day, 4S mule colts at an average of Stylish articles. Danks, the Jeweler. gated face susceptible of a high polish. this tho claims aro less than last year, $23. J. D. Duvall has bought for Ten- W H.MILLEK. J. H. SOWDER. HORSE-SHOEINis liko thu Tennessee marblo and con- thu tctal being about $10,000. Tho coun- nessee parties 10 weanling mules at $55. done is back of Yeager .V Yeager's Jewelry store is Danks'e. It The people's MILLER & SOWDER, stable. Also all kinds of wagon and bupfv retains 07 per cent, of lime. Mr. Sowder ty is now on a cash paying basis and the W.B. Kidd bought a large number of pairing. Give me a call. J. G ADKINS, Harthinks there isafortuno in it and pro- claims allowed will either be deducted 1.450 to 1.G30 pound cattle at 41 to 4J. Stanford, Ky. 6i'im Nick broiling beef at Fan-i. poses to organize a company and work from tho taxes or paid in full if the Winchester Democrat. din's. All who goto Lexington next Montho quarries, which seem to bo inex claimant owes no tnxes I:biiytiiimi in tho jewelry lino cheap haustible, for all they aro worth. KENTUCKY'S day, County Court dny, should go out to Dealers and Brokers, for cash at Penny's. Fair Grounds in the afturnoon and STANFORD, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. - KENTUCKY the Thk last prisoner in tho Whitley in Amertho greatest NV.w lot of Zeigler boots and shoes just Office Interior Journal Building. year of see II. O. Kowlett, who lacks a county jail was released this morning ica trot for tho largest purse ever given received at S. II. Shanks'. Tho door is now standing wide open. being a man in tho oyes of the law, and to either trotters or runners in Ke(Ky. T. H. It. Asso. Incorporated.) MisB Nannio Trimble, n sweet ntuckythe $12,500 Stallion Bopresenta-tiv- e New lino of cooking stoves just re- - This Is a prohibition county and prohiSALE. wero married Wednesday at the bition pays. Wo challenge comparison Stake. Who will win it hi the ceived at Farris it Hardin's. bride's father's, Mr. James F. Trimble. any other county in tho State. with question that puzzles the best horsemen line llliie Grass Farm ot 333K acres on pike Oct. 7 to 14, inclusive, 1S93. Ft'Li. Btock of school books and school Williamsburg Herald. This all sounds and finely impri.veu. At Lafayette, Ind., next Saturday in America. supplies at W. B. McUoberta'. very nicely, but tho editor forgot to say, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Andrew ofthat city Offered 1. Karm of 100 act es, finely improved. tT The Q. it O. and Louisville Southern at low pnct at thu time ho wrote will cellobrato their C5th wedding anniand see that lino of heating if ho know it, that Call tickets to Lexington, -: thu artlclu Whltloy had ono or more versary. Mr. Androw is 87 nnd his wife will sell round-tri3 too acres suburban property, good laud, can oves at W. II. Wearen it Co.'s before from Cincinnati, Loulsvillo and all points be divided into to in lots; good house. the Lincoln jail, because 84, and both in excellent health. prisoners in Oct. 0 to 14 "'in . 4. Fine Ktue Grass Karm, excellently improved, Fourteen years ngo George Mesmer in Kentucky and Tennessee, her own is not sufficiently sucuro to hold The $5,000 Futurity Stake, great bargains them. at one fare, on account of tho trotting on pike, ioj acres, Seven Thk peoplo aro getting and Lou Bishop, wero married. meeting. Call on agents for particulars 5. Farm of 14a acres, near R. K. station. Good watches, clocks, jewelry in Saturday, Oct. 7. , Penny's years afterwards ho disappeared and af blue grass land; small tenant house. Go it Gim.a. Tho author of tho G. P. A., incinnati. d silverware. ter threo years Mrs. Mesmer married W. O. Kinearson, acres; mokerately improved The $12,500 Stallion Rep6. A farm ol X' law wouldn't swear that ho knows and well located near pike. Offered at a great Honry Hickman. TuIb week Mesmer Thk weather is delightful after tho just what that statute means, but he bargain. ADVEBTISEMENTS. NEW resentative Stake, returned to Memphis and the two bus ,in and yesterday was a typical day of thinks Judco Sautley is right when he 7. lllue Grass l'"arm of 133 acres, on pikv. Is held a conference andMio woman Monday, Oct. 9. bands lairly improved holds that its provisions apply to proio best month in tho year. was asked to mako a choice. She chose 8 to ia. Town lots in Stinford in areas to suit The $5,000 Transylvanian gressive euchre. If Jndgo Saufley is Stake, husband No. 1, but he fiew again. HusHkmemiibk that M. E. Cox will sell his purchasers. correct in this, then so much tho worse and the Oct. 10. Tuesday, band No. 2 refu&ea to return household and other effects before tho acres of knob land witn house, Havinc secured tha services ol Mii Matlie Al15. Thirty-tw- o Wortham act. 1 tiis is not an season, miles from Stanford, pnnruboiibo Mouday. Soo notice in this for tho husbandless woman is now mourning len from Cincinnati as Trimmer for this carefully on pike, cordially invite the Uihes to inspect a The Great Bgo nnd Kentucky is not tho place when both. e acre fi no farm witlt excellent selected stock ot Millinery at prices to suit the 17. and where tho bluo laws can bo .revived Webiter, of Indianapolis have mill, duelling and other improvements, on pike. Wednesday, Oct. 11. Mr. Georgo S. Carpenter and Mrs. times. The Misses Making Department and aro 4 miles from Stanford "" charge of tho Dress Go ahead with your Foil Kent. A cottage of three rooms, and enforced. Susan Baughman wero married at Mr. now ready to irivf the billet. &c. , Half Kates on all railroads. Ladies free first day iS. Splendid villige farm, orchard, store, Courier-Journ, itchen and cellar, wtth good cistern; sit- progressive euchre, ladies. MISSLICCIE IIKAZI.EV. at a great. bargain. For full programme write Stanford, Ky. John M. Hail's Wednesday evening at t.w i. Ul'IOVfSec'y. ,Ued on Lancaster street. Inquire at in the pres 7.IU) by Hev. A. V. Sizemoro 31. Farm ot 160 acres, t;ood .land, on pike. A good bargain at $i,stO. Kasy terms, iuick sale iggins fc Watts' coal ofhee. The Advocate excuses its verdant po- onco of a few select friends. Afterwards desired I . . cv,. . Danks tho Jeweler liceman for arresting a circus actor whose a reception was given them at tho CarWiTHoiTadoubt Large blue grass larm, capable of division nouwesi part was to plav drunk, by claiming that penter House, where the now couple into smaller farms. Desirable in every parliou (&. naa the newest, neatest-an. I will offer at public outcry in front of courtlar. Offered low and ou very easy terms. r wntfli.'s. iuwolrv. etc., in Stan- - thoy are so unaccustomed i to seeing a will make their homo. The marriage is house in Stanford, on for Kentucky property-165 v. drunk that they aru unable to detect tho not a surprise, since "Carp" has been MONDAY, OCT. 9, 1893, acres For exchange Kansas. Well located. 0 ttPB ford. Prices to suit the people. ff good land in ipaying hiB devotion for years to the lov real fiom tho assumed, adding that Stantolloiv.iiir described Property I family horse aro not authorized to colMy agents widow, who at last consented Tha noree uy "jii.h uc ik fKr5-esssca- s coraiiueo. i please ford has had moro experience in that able littlo brood mares, i filly Cull ly Sam Hams' copvmaHTiol No lect money and myciiBtomeiHwill do not know from personal to mako him a very happy man. May HTPMl writ- line. We hcrsa a No. i wilk cows and cahes, i nay no money unless they have a OF KV. UNIVERSITY. wag ,n and harness, a lot of larinmg toolx one 8 observation, hut we are told that fully as roses lino their pathway. f r Adams, tho Commercial College LEXINGTON. K.Y. Pi ; t ft ftf w "' "' kvcly hih.I- sue. ( InMr machine. Household and Kitchen furniIs hll'iUU cli'. 1UJ ten order from mo. J. W. till. ' A West Virginia lover from the seumg lots ot corn in the field. The sale will many or moreldrunken men are seen on ture, UK st l J n unit), luillouI the late-- lllMUItlll'ltjll"Cheapest sBestBusinetsLoiitgeininertoriu. ran oil" with tho at o a m . sharp. coal dealer at Kowhmd. O .. ...... ., . .urkltn. mill VIlCul WarU'a the streets! of pharisaical Danville as mountains of away-bacUtshMt ll.a.r AwntJ !lol.krtlnB talC.r.l EamltUa l"?Z olejjaii' IT Terms of sale will be six months' time with inlilece'.uilirolien up liithoniojtportra t mini-- : p.um ( dam'"". ?."? choice, a be ti terest irom date Notes with interest must lier. I1.1 udiiiK fuiirlarKe 'ro I'aderewsal label, see how much you there are in Stanford. It is said that girl of his Look at your t Hrnieitvitu.liiuipiuili dancer. pLji. C'oitorrallusiaM before property is removed, and made pay allr. 1 Te.rt.rs ItuU.i.rT. .ad BmjI. iBot0. . Wo there are 2(1 places in that town whoro sel of 17. At least they went ofV, the madent the Farmers Hank .V Trust Co., Stanford. money. l p niusit Alien's able t'lt'rt lliiitcipnult.theiHipul-irbaaiil- mm. m ,,Ad. j. Cur... UllnJIoi TiUI.D. w aro behind and Bond us tho Htwit Any person desiring to buy any of the above a dignified spotted steer withtre. ullorders to .NrfW VOllK MLSK Al. jfi K. Vm.Um. Iiur 1... (il.l.iU. of waiting. This is meant for whisky can be obtained. There are on- girl riding privately can do so by calling are tired lX'lll). llrondway The itro llulldlnr, H. . walked by her mentioned property at atanioru. Stanford nnd thoy pay nearly out saddle while her lover WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINCTOM, KV. oniric underlined everybody who ia in arrears, so take ly threo in M. E. COX. 3 aide. When thoy arrived at Parkeraburg accordingly. j $1,000 apiece for the privilege. heed and govern yourself Walton, Business Manager left. ... ht more than unough money raised to take tho pair to a Slate whore the laws of marriage aro more lax and they left on the train, folded in each other's arms, first-ma- king Stove ? Leave youv order with name and number of your s tove and we can get what you want in three or four days Don't wait until cold weather. Do you need any extras for your 1,100-poun- d m I'en-ny'- M'KINNEY BROS. : j: new mm 50-ccn- i. ah Lift Up Your Heads! CRYING HARD TIMES. six-wee- -- e, Hey-woo- HUGHES & TATE. -- B1TO self-binder- s Simi-so.v- cut-of- IBOCIKB, SCHOOL : SUPPLIES. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Wo Bo MoMOBlEMTs '9 Ru-pi- ey, poor-hous- two-year-ol- d m m NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL 4 ATJSTIU, Fro'rs. st; poor-hous- e. House Painting and Paper Hanging real-est- ate G I horse-shoei- JkW: s Sc REAL :- ESTATE three-year-old- s GREAT TROTS, seven-teene- r, PROPERTY FOR 1 LEIgmCTOXT, 7 p ' Days, :- $50,000. Wor-tha- m TO THE LADIES. 1 it Free-For-Al- l, Ninety-thre- al. PUBLIC SALE 4 1 Mr Jfc, jes jfc slit-et. i r- .P. 4 :Zfv.' 1 Qhfs2 be-i;- ln k peach-cheeke- d ie-- -- xc&&aT&&x$ t c 1. - - '1 - r KS e ,' 'i'It TT -- f i ', r.--- 1 u ' l Kf ,J lJ '- imiii !) iaSiHMii mil ii iljiny .) l nl-ltf- t y.null,. .i ',. .mi 1,1 Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournbl AT WOMEN'S CLUBS. A New One Nredt'il Where Ho I'rnrtlecil, FEEDING tacwaKistc .v- , WHEAT TO STOCK. WAIXACEIE. VARNON, JAMES W. G1VEN5 for rViiimv In (ta Stray Mule. For Salo or Rent. Farm soo acres; first-class Tb.o Florono Hotel, Prop. Frivolity May Expert Opinions on Method of 1'cctUiig It to IIok mill Miim'1. Published Every Tuesday and Friday wWhn not so paid S2.50 will be charged.1 K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. i women that men's clubs do for men. When man joins a club, ho docs 80 for tho sake of having a plnco where he can 7 Pm ..... Marl train going North.... relax from the care of business. He South.. " JP ..... n Jl pm goes thero to read, smoke, meet his Bxprett train " South..., .a.............. 3 a, aim V North.... " ...............9 3 m friends and converse. But when women Lseal Freight North.... ,.....3 07P m form an association of tho sort they alsoum.,. The latter traint alo carry passenger! ways establish it on the intellectual imThe above ii calculated on standard time. Solar provement basis. ime it about ao minutes fatter. Intellectual improvement is an adQUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. mirable thing and very necessary indeed, but oivo is tempted to think that Taains pass Junction City as follows: women have almost enough social orSouth. bound - No. t , Vettlbule Limited, 11.50 a. m j No. i , Chicago Limited, a.jj a. m. j No. 5;. ganizations for thnt purposo just now, New Orleans Express, u 27 a. m.;No. 7., Local, and that it would bo rather refreshing 11.12 p.m.; No. 9, lllue Grata Vetibnle, 840 p. to see a women's club formed for the North bound. -- No. a, v'estlbule Limited, 6.48 solo purposo of having a "good time" a Mail. 2.53 p. m.; No. 6 , Chlga-g- o p. m ; No 4.1 houso-hofLimited, 2.27 a. m , No. 8., Local, a.js a. in.; club whero tho busy mistress of a slipping out of tho domestic harNo. 10, Ktue Grass Special, 6 a m. ness for a littlo while, could drop in to seo her acquaintances and not feel herself left entirely out of tho reckoning i( she had not spent all her leisuro since tho last meeting in studying up tho subject of tho minor Russian poet or the political economy of the Aztecs; where the newspaper woman, coming in for a littlo rest among her friends, would not bo compelled to carry her journalistic work along with her and talk shop 01 listen whilo others talk it; where the woman artist would not bo expected to find distraction in tho discussion of art; m k. afZJMXffff" in short, whero busy women would b Msolately ablo to find an entire change of atmosphere and forget their work for a few minutes. A cream of tarter baking powThero is nothing like a littlo wholeder. Higest of all in leavening some frivolity now and then, and if we Latest United States make our play so much like our work strength. tho tired brain cannot tell tho difference. Government Food Report. It is not so very restful, after all, the ROYATBAKINGPOWDER CO., exchange of a chair at a desk or easel 106 Wall St., New York. for ono wedged among 100 others in an airtight room, whero ono may not speak A. S. to one's neighbor under penalty of the vBBBj& SURGEON DENTIST. gavel, and whero ono must listen patiently to tho perhaps prosy setting forth Office over McRakerts Drug Store in;ithe new of a subject that possibly does not interOwsley Building. est one by a jerson quito likely ungif ted fenfird. at public speaking. Ono almost long! for a general levival of the old fashioned JO. sewing circle, whero women drauk theii tea and moved about and conversed unWe know more than our restricted. LOGAN AVENUE, grandmothers did about many things, but wo do make somo mistakes. : : 11 I Train naves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning at 3:20 p. m. LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. It wonltl bo rather n good thinR if Professor Henry writes in Tlw Breedfioiuoboily would start n new women's er's Gazette: Reports in tho dniiy, papers stato that club. At flrbt thought it mny not Boom wheat aud that another women's elnb i tho crying Ohio farmers aro necessity of tho hour, sineo they have making 20 pounds of pork from n bushel that is, three pounds 0 feed mako a been multiplying so rapidly of lato that tho country rings witlt tho mhuuI of the pound of gain, livo weight. Whilo such gavel. But nono of thoso now in oxist-enc-e gains may be hnd for a week or two tho eeems to quite fill the place for feeder must not expect moro than a lound with lean shonts from about four pounds of wheat, or say 15 pounds of to the office of Counis 1 candidate for Mraed Irom my faun near Gilberts Creek on ty Judge; subject to the action of democratic par- - the night of the ant. a pet yearling, black horio mule. Liberal reward will Lc eiven lor hn return O 11 I'l.RlvlNS, to me. Gilberts Creek, Kj (, jt fa r. JKLLICO.TENNHSSKE, Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, ii ject to the action ol the Ochlocracy. rtni11iti of lMnrnln. sub 1 h )tft hnlnt In lh rll v and thu onl V one with sample room for drumuurs Kspecia nltenllna am lo the travrling public Rates i. Tax-Fayor- s. O. A Flno Bluo-Cras- s It a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of Within one mlleof Stanford, containing the Democratic party lie would appreciate four 6o acres corn Itnd Improvements vote P. HUFFMAN TO All JOHN M. JOHNSON rt d, Pure PRICE POWKLL, C. GElTZZlAXi STORJD, Kentucky, Stanford, Always'sells) goods lower than anyone else in town. New stock of Fruits every Inday. I'VK Isvbella Proctor. Oppoaeri to Secret Societies. TD.A.IIR'X"- 1 will open on January t6th, 1891. a Firtt-Cla- si Dairy, from which can supply any quantity ol Jersey milk to the people or fatanford and Row-lan- d at the following prices, delivered: 20 cents Fresh Milk, per gallon 10 cents Sicimmed Milk, por gallon Scents Butter Milk, per gallon .will make'two trips dally. The patronage 01 the A. PEYTON. , public is sol.cited. Stanford, Ky yr. 1 9t.i JG, Noticetothe Traveling Public. 1 Th.o Sh.ltoxi House, have alto one of the beat Mineral wells in the fetaU. and for reference to water, call on Mr. and MrsG. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Hoyd InStanford, rpam, Erin, Tenn . A. A. Warren,and Mrs. Dr. Brawn. I.W. 'D. E. Proctor, C H. Mr. and Mr. F. 11. Johnson, Mrs. 'Hamilton, Rowland, Rates $1 pet HewKiven,JlmCox, Greensburic. May. J. M. Petrcy, clerk. Givc t have had Miss Elizaleth E. Flagg is a writer, editor and lecturer living in tho college town of Wellesley, Mass. Her work has been dono largely in the lino of reform, though she has contributed sto ries, poems and sketches to various with which sho is regularly connected. Miss Flagg is a speaker and writer on temperanco subjects and is secretary of the local W. C. T. U. But her special reform work is done for the organization that is opposed to secret bocietiei. This is tho National Christian associa- peri-odicals At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of the bett saloons in the State, open day and night: anight man meets all trains. In connection with House w fffeff 'THE RILEY HOUSE F. B. RILEV.lProprlotor, Kentucky. ILontfon, - tfbAvcKovtildmy new Hotel'iand am better nreViYid than ever to accommodate the public, boil Livery attached" and every convenience G.vcmeacall.waFRANK R,LKY 77 m . ELIZABETH E. FLAOO. ROWLAND, KY. HARDWARE, ut-o- r iti DEALER IN CROCERIES, a i ii)i r of Haamoved into his new 'tore t the junctton pikes Orchard the SUnlord&lrab now belterand " ever prepared than laud and Is at to please the trade in both tion, a regularly chartered society whose aim, as stated in its constitution, is "to promote and maintain the principles of tho Christian religion by educating the people, through tho medium of public lectures, tho dissemination of literature and other lawful means, in relation to the nature and dangerous influence of all anti-Christi- tSTOCIt OK GOODS, '.PRICKS, orgauizationsustitutions, gfabUy.nanyn11 Grocery : ia j M R customs and movements. Miss Flagg is secretary of tho New Etc. He has recently added ureatly to hi stock and no lots by bad debts England Christian association, which is auxiliary to the national one, whose headquarters are at Chicago. Sho is editor of Homo Light, a little sheet published to fnrther this cause, and New England correspondent of Tho Christian Having purchased the Cynosure, published at Chicago by the national society. A. good deal of hei platform speakmg has been done on temincreasing the stock at perance and antisecret seciety lines, but Of J. W. Ramtev, lam such public work is limited because of f at ai;possible and will soon have it a lamePar- an accident which has caused part of ness lasting several years. A her literary work during this time ia I will now being published in the form of a sestreet Call at my store on Lancaster with me and rial story for shut ins in Messiah's Herxecke it to your interest to trade ald. It is called "A Prisoner of Hope." W.C. HUTCHINCS. Her style in writing is clear and forceaj and she poueses the ability to reproA. G. Lanham ful, John B. Cattleman. duce vividly the- people and scenes which she wishes to figure ia her stories. As hor whole lifo haa been spent in Welles- ley, she is well calculated to transcribe faithfully the scenes and characters of a Now England village. She is a cloar thinker aud a winning speaker ou ull subjects to which tnie has OFJaLIVBRPOOL,. given her attention. Annir I. Willis. COME to SEE ME. Business pork from n bushel of wheat when fed Is a Candidate for Attestor of Lincoln county B. to shoata th.it karo been miming on pas- subject to the actlocof the Dtmocratic party. ture and are not too fat nor tho fattenCarriage Painter and Trimmer, A. GIVENS ing period too long continued, for tho last fow weeks of tho fattening period It a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, subshow a cry marked increase in the ject to the action of the Democratic party. nmount of leed for pound of pork. Allowing 15 pounds of pork for a bushel of wheat it will bo seen that at tho action yZ Is a candidate COAL present prices farmers cau well nflord to the democratic for Jailer, subject to party. feed even merchantable wheat. This J.N. MKNtr'SE, S L C truo, thero is evidently moro profit still in G. V. Having made arrangements with the East f ceding wheat that is rejected becauso of Co., lam now prepared to sell possible somo slight fault which injures its flour- Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action ol you Jelllco Coal at the lowest and tellingmarfor 1 find that by piling cath THE P. 0. MILLINERY. gin. ing qualities, but not necessarily its feed- the Democracy, I cart sell much cheaper, so come inilw me tash and tec how little money will buy your Winter ing value. tupply o this Coal, tho bett on the market. M. But I should not feed tho wheat by itCall at the pew t office room aud see the Thanking you for patt favort and soliciting a yours, self. It will pay much bettc- - to dilnto Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action ctptlnuaace of tame, am respectfullyRowland. S D ADAMS, 40.jm and Boat Soloctod it with 6oaked corn or cornmeal and a of the democracy. little shorts. Wheat flour in itself makes Stock D. S. n pasty mass in tho mouth of tho nul; Of Millinery in town. The goods and prices are mal, which can lo remedied by using old Hand ol J. I). Green, in bound to please you. the action At the MRS P T, COURTS. 10 Is a Candidate for cornmeal nntl shorts or oven a littlo oftle Democratic Attestor, subject to ptrty. Kentucky, brnn. Two parts wheat, with two parts Hustonvillo, com and ono part shorts by weight, will Would be glad to see his numerous Iriends and E. D. KENNEDY,' show them his stock of goods consltting ol provo tho very best feed for young pigs Hard ware, Huggles and r arming to the office of and shoats. For fattening hogs, nso half Is a candidate for T a call. of Lincoln County, subject to jitiou of the Implements. Give him NICIIOLASVILLK, Jessamine County, Ky., cornmeal and half wheat. Tho wheat democratic party. ..STANfORD may be ground into a conrso meal and will then not bo so sticky. This feet! ESTATE & AGEHT, given to thrifty shoats that have grown action d a good frame on pasture, with a large, Is a candidate for jailer, subject, to the t Room 5, I armcit Kichange ilank. At JehnMjnelee'a new brick on Depot tieet, healthy, digestivo tract, Bliould give the democracy. splendid hogs, carrying tho best of pork. W. RAMSEY, Stock, Grain, Market and TobacDoubtless just at this timo thero aro a good many farmers who nro waiting for Itacmdidaterorjallcr, tubjct to the action of Who will at all times be glad to accommodate all co Farms in the Blue-Gras- s with good rigs at reasonable rates. My'ltustwlll tho corn crop to ripen in order to fatten the old Jeffetsonlan democracy. meet all K. C. trains. their hogs. Somo ef these same farmers AUatt lor sale. AN) Timber Lands In the moia- tains for sale. Correspondence .ollcitcd. may havo wheat in bins which is not of B. SPLENDID FARM , tho best quality, waiting for. a riso in It Candidate for Jailer, subject to the acllou of tho market. Personally I believo wheat thea Democracy. H. will go higher, but will it not pay to feed twill tell privately poor and in somo catca oven good wheat KIKE AND STORM W. HAYS, to hogs in order to hurry them off, savo My Splendid Farm of 150 Acres, tbe action ol candidate time, feed and get ready mono', which It a dctuooacv. lor ailer, subject to 3Word. This farm the .Stuated t', milts Mt is quito an object just now with many? and hat plenty or It ma high Ute of Repteicnung the best ol water .Ul tat gran but so actet. Hat It may seem n littlo strango to feed HAMPTON, b"l0f 'ITKaTs, wheat to hogs, bnt these has been moro Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Maolord.JC wheat offered tho last few years than Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action 01 Manchester, of Manchester, Kng.; the markets of the world would buy, the dcinoctacy. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; and why take second thought on that SAMM. OWENS, side so long as thero is moro money in Ins. Co. ol North America. feeding than in selling? I. . ....(..!.(. Inr Ghrrlrrnr Lincoln COUUtV. tub- All of which are Companies. I wouU be pleased to wait o timy friends in this Hue. Pol. Whero a farmer has a littlo wheat that ject to the action ol the democratic nmar iciet promptly utued. will insure against he does not care to sell and does not wind storms and llghtnirfg Lightning wish to tako it to tho mill for grinding, without additional charge D. Office at First National Hank, Stanford. it can bo loiled in a largo kettle, and a . 1. . - ff nf f intvitn rAHCtV. tub littlo of this boiled wheat given to shoats lo the action of the ilmocr.tlc ynmiry. of young pigs will pay double, I believe, ject what tho miller will give for tho wheat, in tho way of helping tho animals on in . ...... R. H. BIIONAUCH, v and I growth or flesh. is a tanaiaato f.. i.i.. .r Inriln rniint STANFORD, KY., atks his friendt not to commit themtelvet to any A correspondent of tho St. Lonis Re- one elte. at he is forced lo stay at home and work Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. to the action ol the public says of feeding wheat to hogs and His candidacy is subject Red llrcedcr and shipper of thoroughbred Duroc party. sheep: Jersey Swine, A fine lot ol pigs tor sale; paitt no.klnlfdeared, subject to r gitter Cotes- Wheat is very low in price now, nnd pondenc solicited. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now thero is no question but that in many DR. W. B. Is my charge and intend lo conduct II as to cases it can be fed with good results. not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to lis long list ol friendt. Special accommodaThis is especially tho case when feeding tions for commercial traselers and Ane rooiui.for hogs or sheep to fatten. Under present the dlsploy of samples, Office South side Main street, in office receo : : conditions a higher price can bo realized acated by Dr. L. T. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. .AZFirst-Clas- s Saloon by feeding the wheat to vigorous, thrifty THE OLD hogs or sheep nnd then selling in this And MILLIARD and POOLROOMS attached tell my entire Millimry stock and I dctlre to JOSU'H COKKKVi way than by selling tho grains. jood will and an unmediJIe applicant cau With hogs it can bo fed to better advantage if it is soaked long enough to SAM U WAKNACK, Pior. Falls Branch Jcllico Coal Co., soften the grains thoroughly. Tho obMiners and shippers ol the (.KNUINK London, - - KENTUCKY. jection to feeding it without soaking is 1he stock embraces eer thing audi thnt it is naturally a hard grain, and Rehtted and refurnisheJ nnd in every way prepublic Katet Ih being small more or less of it will bo pared to attend thu wanta of the (m S ery reasonable. Try it We are Ihe sole a;entt tor Stanford Jand swallowed without being properly masIf not sold entire. woull dlpose of - portioned Rowland Ottwe corair ol Depot ttrcet and ticated, aud tho consequeuco is that at reatonaoic nguit. un the 6 HUUUNS A WATTS. moro or less of it will not bo digested, MRS. ANNIEWRAY "RCJ and of course this is a waste. dfc IO .. . Wheat, hefoie it is fed to hogs, should 10 or 12 hours, and 21 be soaked at least As executor ll'Ilioiu.s D Ilitl.dccM, I ill on would not bo too much. Uso two barMcKINNEY, KY rels, and as fast as ono is fed out fill it THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1893, AND LINCOLN CO U MY. ii and put to soak while tho other is beI have bought above nicntioiied'llotel at sM . .n lJ:f,j,,rmJi,sj;,:r.,ietii" - -ing fed. , have attached a aud 1 hanking you lor y ur liberal pa loiage for I e ""UinCClll county, rvjr ... i. ...1 fm iK Knoiillii liranch last svaion, I rei( Ifully it ,uest its continuance In putting to soak uso plenty of wa- oftbeL. .....? R.R, sell 'the lollowing property .N First-Cla3- 3 and Pool Room. during the lowing season Indeed I expect all to Bar ter. Tlw gram swells very much, and use Ihe plenty of water is nettled to soften it Have repaired and :rtljruUhed the Hotel and OF FINE.JLAND, am belter than evir thoroughly. It is best to begin feeding 247 ACRES MANUFACTURED ICE, . ...is elis mirMiar In a with a light ration and gradually intho Ker these ttasons lirtt. It is ma la by a home Accommodate unith crease until they nro given all that they coed tutc of cultivation... 300 acre - olfarm. -Ill U Inin Prepared to ...... institution. Sciuiid, the lec is absolutely and Public. inc ui.i ....-r1 uraii, anu one 01 .LU. chrmlcally pure, being made Irom spring water, will eat np clean at each meal. With county, 'lhe ictidence is a frame, which is tirst distilled and then carefully filtered ol all kinds of stock it is comjMrntively containing S rooms The outbuildings contitt Vpecial attentionjto Commercial Men I before belnt; frozen 'I hird, Artificial Ice will lat toon stock barn, corn crib granary, J' W GKEKN. Proprietor. much longer than pond Ice. I our lb, au epidemic easy to overfeed at tho start, and it will heiiery, carriage house, flint house, coal and CARSON, Manager of cholera is looked for during the year and nothJOE require some timo entirely to recover wood liousts, well and milk houte in yard, Letides ing is so aot In nriMluet fir tnri.sil iht .(i.. a. and from tho effect. Tho better plan is to adjacent , sprlngt. . Two Iruit orchards - tuns lis impure water or Ice. Filth, it will bc I.v .tiwlt nui urcnaru ui aw wc. ii,. - - . - bring them to full feed gradually, and of t rooa maret, com wu ""-"- flock Th.Q ol 75 South-- . Delivered Regularly and Panctu-al- l Ilerkthlre hogs, aa then, onco ou full rations, to crowd as a nice lot of ..li. .K.rat tiank stock. i l.... .. ." jo your Doors much 118 possible. With sheep thero is down crfu, larmiu" agricultural Imp ements, old and No fall household, The finetl fmit belt of New Mesieo. wheat, with rll the crop of tills year. irrigation If properly attended no special advantage in soaking the corn, old -d ureincros- - under Kvery morning at the lollowing Prices: sold as lollows: land will be All fruits tfrown in California can be Krowu wheat. It is better, however, to feed in Terms tbe Tho purchase money cath, the remaindei to. New Mexico, escept oranges and lemons. of 6 per In eutiallnttallmentsofone and two years. be sold Land from $$ to Jjo per acre on to years tune, at For 100 pounds or over......... ...40c r hundred. sbaUow troughs. property will Fur 30 pounds to 100 and lien. 'Ihe sjc per hundred. Another good way of feeding wheat to cent,i. aii ..imirii personal under spot catn. over 6prcent. tMiinri JliGAN. D. D. S.. For to to jo pounds ...... per hundred. interest il Stanlord, Ky. hogs is to grind it coarso and then make that amount a ercdlt of Ca days without Irom date. No lettthan 10 poundudclivcred. paid at maturity, otherwise Interest it.inso a slep with milk if it can bo had, All notes to be made negotiable and payable In 10 E. II 11 LM ER. er with water if milk cannot bo secured. lank, well secure!. further inlormalion applv bouse Fattening hogs cau bo given nil that or For 1. II. Wllon, Danville, Kyon the premlset to they will eat of this, and if thrifty nnd bo served free to all who may Dinner will , sale. J. H. WILSON. Ea'or Ky given comfortable quarters and plenty Danville, .1. H. Hill, Auctioneer. of pure water will fatten very rapidly. My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has jutl ra J. 11 DINK FARMER The iSoj Taxes arc now past due and will be collected in Ihe bhcriC's olhco at the court houte and by special appointments as prescribed by the ky new revenue law Deputy Sheriff O, I. New land will bo in Crab Orchard every Saturday I or my deputy will be In my office at all times and , at Hustonville.Waynetburg and other points as often at advertited by Shcrill a official notices. The g new form uf Sheriffs has rendered Itimpoulble lor us to canvass for taxes this Tiar, as we have beictofore dene; so all taxes will be All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and re collected strictly in conformance to the new revet ttyle Wain and ornamental nue law Kvery paired In whoso tax remains unlent, aatisiaction lU.IllM I" uu" w.....j. m. paid alter November ut wlH find hit pmpeilyor ...... oyer.M Shop on main ship and price lands Advertised without luitbcr notice, ihe Daugherly'n blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky. financial crisis which now exists unket it absolutely neceiaary that I collect every dollar ol the 189) taxes, at I can not expect that help Iron the Hanks which hat heretofore caused metoibt lenient with Ihe tax payers. Please profit by this Vicinity: Respectfully, and settle at once Of Rowland, Stanford and Klectrlc lights and water in house and barn Apply to K.T. ROCHESTKU, Stanford, 5J.lm JOHN firtt-clas- DcNARDI TO BURNERS DEBORD F. EEKIN, -- I Largost JNO. BRIGHT CARPENTER, n y, J. T. FARHA, INWE W.L.DAWSON, mil J. rin m m mm, m JOHN BAILEY, Pro'r., JOHN MERSHONJJ For Sale Cheap Privately. 5'-!- "' J. BAUGHMAN, W. INSURANCE AGENT PETER "W firtt-clt- it torna-doe- i, claus-etattach- T. i. NEWLAND, CW- T. J. HATCHER ijami ..... Duroc Red Jersey Swine THE COFFEY HOUSE - Dem-ocrati- c JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 1 j Dentist. PENNY Sj-i- MILLINERY Store For Sale. TACKBOIT HOTTSE, j7-- tl Secure a Bargain. 1 The Slaiul a Good One. Original Jcllieo Coal. Executor's Sale Of Land, Stools -A Crop. Commercial Hotel, The People of Stanford - - -- ..-- .. tu-- ll two-ttor- y smoke-hon- e - -- - -- Fooos Valley. t One-thir- - , a at-te- m mmm su, 55 REWARD. i8. Huck-boa- Now Millinery. Live Stock Complete in Every There are nearly 25,000 Point. ticular. ,,- standard stallions in tho United States. At tho ponltry shows white fowls that havo been reared in soft coal districts make ii show indeed. Thoy aro 60 gray that they would not at first glance leistored BANKS THE JEWELER. -:- STANFORD, - ITST. Horse, ai. turned Itoin the cities with an elegant Hue uf and Harness were stolen Irom my stable in embracing a Cbesnut Sorrel, Stanford, Ky. Tbe Horse is about tea years old, white in face, about ic.5-- hands leg; ALL OF THE NOVELTIES high, white feet, bad wind puff on right hind side-bar rather thin In order. The lluckboard hat running Kar with black body. Of the season, ol which she will have lull control. springs, rtd She alto engaged a The Dutch collar harness nearly new. P,0P-e,tI will give fij reward lor On the night ot Anjrust rd Jc2, LI-KI- Kg aianioru, ivy. Firt-Olas- s Dress-Make- r. - ROYAL MANAGERS,; Insurance Company BARBEE&CASTLEMAjN Gcmmerce Building, Louisville if South. Agents throughout the to deal witl ..ramps. One of then had to discipliui a refractory fellow who refused to work. With n exquisite idea fitness which could only have ema nated from a feuinine mind the lady po lice justice sentenced Mr. Tramp to two Laths a day for 10 days ana starvation till ho agre 1 to perforin hit taek. No trerk, n food. Tke wure was xnagieal. It takes Kansas woman police justices TXX1BL1, Looftl Af-a- t, STANFORD, KY. be taken for white nt all, and they seem to belong to a different breed from other chic&ens of tho same kind from antllra-cit- e coal burning localities. A writer says that the most miserable lookiig horse is the horse persecuted by the checkreia. Ben H. Kenney, who developed Hie 2.04 gait of Nancy Hanks, is now in t" employ of Mr. Gus harpe of Louis viHo. Left to themselves cows will drink at least 20 times a day, an experienced dairyman says. There is an excellent demand for Simw& matched coach and carriage horses. Wn n the match is perfect in color as Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt well as in gait, a high pnee is sure. The annual convention of the Amer- personal attention given to repair icas Shropshire Sheep association will work. One call will convince you btyiu Oet. 2 at the Live Sleek building, that this is the place to .trade. Stock Most Complete f7 csjSfcgj- - Call and examine my stock of Millinery before buying; and leave your order for your drcttei. Thanking you for past favors we solicit same. MARY DAVIS DUDDERAR. JAMF.S YEAGER. J THOMAS Y EAGER. YEAGER & YEAGER, URH, m AND SALE SIM House STANFORD, KY. Wajare In our new stable in the Opera Blockland are well supplied with -- rWfM&LW AT- ;new rigs and;horses Barber Shop, urnoutt will leave the stable. Havebten purchased and Jesse Thompson's nothlngbut first-cla- a YkM's fair ground. There are three ol the best Ilarbsr: tn tbe State There are also excellent Bath Rcoms run In Agent ier Lexington Stsaa Laundry. Give them a Call. w fe ii . - J!? . fcte- - ?jesAit. iu4"jj WJijfi.! aOr.JI -