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AFFAIRS. ft' i Mrs. Dr. Frisbie is visiting Mra. D. Mr. Samuel Newell, of Somerset,' H. Kdniiflton, who is much Improved in visited Col. Hradley, on Sunday. j health. There lias been no rain in town for j Kov. Stout preached excellent ser- over a week and the ground is as dry as mons at thu lluptlat church Sunday. n powder horn. This church lupins a protracteil meeting The union services were held at the the fourth Sunday in this month. Baptist church on Sunday evening and Mr. Frank Cordier, ol Rowland, the sermon delivered by Kev. J. It. who ranted the photo nailery of Mra. A. Tercyof the Presbyterian church. M. Egbert, is here every Saturday taking Tho meeting was held at the courtnegatives and In giving perfect satisUc house on Saturday afternoon in regard tiou both ia work and prices. to arrangements for protection from lire The election paaaed oil without any and for securing electric lights, Ac, hut fights that we heard of and no whisky adjourned until information could be sold. The law prohibiting the ale of obtained from parties who had been all intoxicant is certainly a good one, written to at various points. Services were held at tho Presbytefor if there ever was a time when men should be sober, it seems to me, it is rian church at 4 o'clock Sunday afterwhen placing men to make laws for us, noon, conducted by Itev. J. It. Tercy or when placing them in positions of and special praver offered for the recovery of Bro Frank. Members of the vaIruHt. public school begins in Septem- rious churches were present and particiOur ber and the present outlook promises pated in the services No change in his well, for Prof. S. I). Willis, the principal, condition up to this time, Monday cornea very highly recommended and wo morning. know he has good material here to build It is to the credit of the National up a school second to none. The trus- banks of Lancaster that they have been tees are all capable gentlemen, who able at all times to make a splendid know and feel their responsibility and showing during the crisis in our finanwo predict a cial affairs. With such prudent men nt with their their head as W. II. Kinnaird and B.' F. successful school. town was visited by one of the Hudson, the public are assured of sucOur Reverent wind storms wo have known cess in the management of the moneyed for years, Sunday eveuing. Hail fell in interests of our town and county. 7 large quantities aud the wind almost Large trees were upblew a hurricane. town, fencing blown down rooted near and cori laid tiat. If ever poo: mortal creatures feel their utter helplessness it is when the elements conspire to ahow what real power is. A long needed rain fell in abundance and vegetation will be greatly Improved. There is scarcely any sickness in our town at present, but Mrs. V. 0 Hansford and Mrs. V. T. Stephenson have just recovered ftom severe spells. Miw Hettie Harris is still confined to her bed where Mm has lain so patiently for many weeks. There never was a healthier place than thin, nor a more lovely location for a city and thesn features, added to the copioussupply of medicinal waters and other waters, mikes it tieem strange that our town is not a centre for manufactories and everything tltat tends to make a city. Mr. Sam Hlggins and family return ed to Niineroet after a pleasant week with liti mother and friends hen. John Hiaw Kluiiston ami wife, of I'adiicnb, are at Mr. John Kdmiston's. Mrs. is not any better. Mrs. Kate Keller, of Noblesville, Ind., returned home after a mouth's stay with her muter, Mrs. J. F. Hold.tm. Mrs Jennie Williams and two children, with ,Miss iau Kennedy, are with Mrs. J. F. Hoi dam. Mr and Mrs. Alexander, of New Mrs. Liberty, are at Mr. Win. fr'tuart's. J. II. Stephens, with Milieu Josie hhiI Aunie May Lsre, returned from a pleas-tivisit to friends in HrtrroUburg. Mrs. Scott and family, of Somerset, are with Mrs. Laura Moon'. Mr. John vifcltud his ISrools, of Harrodsburg, mother last week. Wo saw two men who complained o! stitr arms after the candidates left Orab Orchard huJ right hero we would like to ask why this hand shaking business ia neglected until just before elections? It seems to mo if more of it was gjingon all the time the caudiditei would not have to spend so much money or use ho much fUttery when they desired an olllce. TLis is about the onlytiiuu our pauper population ever feel of much importance. Try it gentlemen, give the poor, shabby man a hearty hand grip whenever you meet him. He is as good at one time as at another and can appreciate an attention just the same and remember that niiirli n thought as "Hand ecjuidem tali me dig-nlionoro" rarely enters into the heart of true Americans. u nt or MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Chief Justico Bleckley, of Georgia, although live years boyoud the allotted span of life, led pretty Miss Chloo Herring, jtibtSS, to the matrimonial altar last week. Nellie Grant Satoria has returned to this country to stay. Hor marriage ton foreigner, 'who was supposed to be rich and credited as a gentleman, baa proved a most unhappy one anil mado her old before hor timo. Osk llrst claw fare, with 2 additional for the round trip Harvest Excursions, Aug. Md, Sept 12th and Oct. 10th. The Wisconsin Gkntkal Li.xm will run low rate Harvest Excursions on tho abovo dates to points In Minnesota, North and South Dakota. Tickets will be good '20 r days from dato of sale, with Paul and privileges to points west of St. Minneapolis. For full information address any of the Company's representatives, or James 0. l'oud, Gen. Pass, and stop-ove- The town has been dull, hot and dusty for some time. Whether the peo pie liavo gone to the fairs in the adjoining counties, are at home resting under the shade of thu trees, at work on their farms, brooding over tho scarcity of money, the uncertainty of human events and the state of the country is not known. One thing is certain, however, economy is the order of the day and this will ultimately bring all things right, regard-leof the kind of money that is to be used as a circulating medium. It is said that Abraham Lincoln's rules for happinesi were: "Do not worry. Eat three square meals a day. Say your prayers." This is good and all that is needed is some one to furnish three square meals. Come on witli thu victuals; wo are all ready for pie! The late Judge Varuoti Baid that the advice of his father was "never climb hills until you come to them." This was alxogood, but it depends very much upon the tern perameut of each individual ai to how-hheeds it. The one who wo r lies about nothing is the true philosopher, hut such characters are, like angels' visits, fw nnd far between. Miss Nell Tilford, of Wichita, Kss., visited Mies Bessie Marksbury Saturday. Messrs Frank Marksbury and Randolph Mr. Harris arc visiting in Marksbury. Burt Spencer, of Louisville, spent Sunday with bin parents. Mr. A, H. Bice, of Nssliville, is spetiding a week at home. Mis. W. G. Dunlap aud daughter, L'tigenia, are visiting at (it'll. W. J. Lniiilram's. Mrs. Iouis Landram and Miss Bessie Mrrksbury havo returned from a visit to Danville. Misses Fannie West, Maud Robinson and Pattie Beazley attended the Danville fair last week. Misses Mary Annie Wilmore and Mary Welsh returned to Nicholas-vlllFriday. Misses Eliza and Jane Lusk returned Friday from the World's Fair. Miss Kate Smith, of Indianayolis, is the guest of Miss Maggie Jenniugs. Friday brought to town a number of those who are drawing pensons, as tho Ith was tho day for tho preparation of vjuchers to be sont to the pension agent at Louisville for payment. As there seems to bo considerable misunderstanding as to pensions under the Act of June T -- , ISOO, it may be well enough to say that no one under the act who is able to earn a livelihood by manual labor is en titled to draw a pension. Provision, however, is made in the law for those who are wholly or partially disabled from earning a support by fixing the rates at not exceeding fVl p?r month, and not lend than $0 per month, proportioned to tho degree of inability to earn a support. Thus, one who is wholly uu able to earn a support by manual labor, would bo entitled to receive $l'2 per month, wliilo one who is only or disqualified from earning a support by manual labor, would be allowed proportionately within tho limits of f 12 and SO per month. Proof is required that suuh disabilities are of a permanent character and not tho result of the vicious habits of the applicants. e Dr. Talraaire received SoOO for a two hours lecture at thoAtlanta Ohautai' jim. Jo Severance, Sr. will conduct the services at Halls Gap church next Sun- day morning and requests that all the members be present. Jo Severance, Jr. will begin a protracted meeting at Preacheravillo on Sunday next, tho I3th, and will bo assisted by Eld. W. E. Ellis and others. In response to a telegraphic request from Itev. Henry Miller, Itev. W. A. Slaymaker went to Middlesboro yesterday to assist him in a protracted meeting. A conference has been suggested of leading Congregationalism, Christians, or Disciples, and Free Baptists, to propose a basis for a practical alliance between the three denominations, the proposed basis to be submitted to the representative body of each denomination for discussion aud possible ratification. N. Y. World. Dr. Frederick Brown, a 'Baptist Doctor of Divinity, of Jackson, Tenn., was arrested at Chicago, charged by the U. S. postotlke authorities with being one of those enterprising rascals who havo fleeced gullible Americans out of largo fees as agents in the collection of bogus British claims, but he managed to escape. To use a theatrical expression, "standing room is at a premium" at the Christian church now. Eld. C. S. Lucas is drawing tremendous crowds and giv ing his hearers a great deal to think and talk about. He presents many now thoughts and clothes the old in such terms as to make them appear new. Ful ly as original as Sam Jones, he has none of his buffoonery, though he does not mince his words nor fail to call a spade by its namo when necessary. Already tour persons havo sought admission to thu church and many more will flee from tho wrath to come before tho meet iug closes, if Indications go for anything. Tho only objections that we would urge, if we dared to, would be that the sermons area trifle too long and the singing too much abbreviated. Thero is more of the one than the average man can digest and the music too good to havo the "last verse" called just after the first is sung. The subject for this morning is "Relation of the Btptist and Jesus," tonight "Safe for Both Worlds;" s Wo Wear;" night "Why Should I be a Ctiristian V" Thursday morning "What are Woman's Christian Bights"" night "The Siuner's Only Friend" Wednea-dayiniorning"T- Lincoln County Teachers' Institute. The Instituto opened at 0 30 a. m. Aug. in duo form. Instructor W. C. Grin- stead reading from Holy Writ and offer CYCLONE y REDUCTIONS ! ! e one-halhs f, ing a short prayer, after which the following teachers were enrolled: Clocks, $2.50. Nickei Arlarm Clocks Walnut and Eight-DaT. J. Cress, 15, McKinney. Prices knocked silly on Mrs. J. M. Hendricks, 50, Stanford H. S. Young, 32, Highland. N. W. Hughes, 9, McKinney. M. D. Hughes, 0, Rowland. W. A. Collier, 39, Bee Lick. 0. M. Young, 52, Highland. And anything in my line. Don't forget the place, W. A. Bastin, 55, Pulaski. J. W. Acton, 80, 0. K. Miss Lou Moore, 02, Shelby City. Miss Helen Thurmond, 5, Hubble. Come and get the best goods for the least money, and bring the cash Misa Virgie White, 18, Stanford. with you. Miss Nannie Edmiaton, 35, Crab Orchard. Miss S. A. Green, GO, Crab Orchard. Miss M. S. Brough, 44, Kingsviile. Miss E. B. Wright, 21, Ottenheim. Miss Ida Williams, 57, Eubanks. Mi s Kate Blain, 45, Hustonville. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Wm. Diinovant, 53, Kingsviile. Mrs. Bettie Eubanks, 2S, Stanford. 5U1 1893. Misa Maggie Martin, 58, Preachersville. Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music aad S. I). Willis, 25, Crab Orchard. An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circular! furntthed on application. J. W. North, 37, Mt. Salem. Miss Mollie Warren, 33, Crab Orchard. Miss It. Bradahaw, 14, Mt. 8alem. Miss Eflie Wright, 51, Pleasant Point. Miss Mayme Wright, CO, McKinney. TSLy. Miss Amanda Carson, 22, McKinney. Miss M. D. Carter, 3, Stanford. Miss Bettie Enoch, 11, Hustonville. FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. Miss Mary Kay, 20, Crab Orchard. A SCHOOL AND HOME FOR GIRLS. J. M. Cook, 20, Highland. Good Faculty; superior advantages; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and special Miss Flora Beck, 13, Stanford. inducements offered to those who desire to make teachers. Our aim is to make our pupils thorough James Pine, 27, Bee Lick. The College has been recently refited, and a College Library, Wall Maps, Globus, Tellurians, Charts, Mrs. Susan Ping, 24, Bee Lick. &c.,tUTe been added. M. O. THOMSON, Principal. 33 Miss Lydia Lewis, 16, McKinney. M. D. Wall, 34, Kingsviile. .FOR Miss Lula Riffe, 47, Hustonville. P. W. Carter, 2, Stanford. Miss Maud Douglass, 23, May wood. Misa Kate Cooke, 10, HuBtonville. Miss Anna Reid, 41, Hustonville. G. W. Curtis, 04, McKinney. Miss Georgia Lewis, 4, Stanford. M.J. Brough, 19, Stanford. Miss Sallie Phillips, Harrodsburg. C. H. Holmes, 1, Stanford. Miss Sallio Carter, S, Mo'reland. Miss Kate Hays, 54, Crab Orchard. Miss Jennie West, 7, Stanford. Cornolius Ware, Pulaski. Miss Ethyl Wright, 12, Milledgeville. Mrs. Ada Cregor, 65, Rowland. On motion tho superintendent was em- Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Adpowered to appoint a secretary and as- dress. R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. sistant. M. J. Brough was made secretary and Miss Georgia Lewia assistant. Supt. W. F. McClary made a pleasant address and urged the teachers to get all the good possible out of the instiLONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. tute. The Luirel County Teachers' InstiCommittee on program, W. C. Montute convened at the chairman, Misses Lydia Lewis and day, 7th. Kate Blain, James Ping. Tho two little children of John H. Query Master, Jacob Elder. Jackson, Bertha and Robert, are confinCommittee on resolutions, M. D. ed to their beds with typhoii fever, but Hughes, '.'hm'n, Prof. Willis, Miss Mary New stock, styles and shades. the indications are favorable for their Kay. recovery. Mrs. Jackson was also taken Tho conductor opened up with a shoit suddenly and seriously ill on Saturday and pithy speech, full of good meat, and night. then changed off on to an experience Dkvtiis.A child of Jacob Hofer meeting. Several were heard from on died Friday night and was buried Sat- firfrt day's movements. Profs. Willie Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, urday. Also coflins were provided for and Young seemed inclined to make an Latidrcth's Garden Seed at J. V. Harrison's lfttlo child anil for the argumentative affair of it, but were infant of D. 0. Withers at Altamont on switched off on to a side track. Monday. Mrs. James G. May, mother-in-laIn tho afternoon Prof. Grinstead took of Sheriff Moran, died Sunday the floor on Sounds of Vowels, which he New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. and was buried Monday. h nulled quite exhaustively and to which Win 13. Day and" Miss Elizabeth tho attention of the audience was closely Whitehead, of this city, were married given. Aired by Willis, Young and Saturday. Will is -- -' years of ngo and others. this is his second marriage. His bride Prof. Willis then came to the front is just sweet 1(5. The kid band serena- and showed up the fundamental rules ded him for about two hours with tin of arithmetic. This was handled ouite pans, &c. Will satisfied thorn by play- nicely by Willis, Young aiul Hughes, ing a tuna on his li Idle and dancing a which was an array of home vs. import jig for them, when they dispersed. ed talent, in which the home made a M. 13 S. Posey was here Sunday good stroke to the surprise of the importfrom Louisville visiting his family. Mr. ed. Tho Bubject becoming sc interest Schlegel, the photographer from Rich- ing, recess was passed over and thu work mond, pissed through here Sunday on continued, Prof. Brough, Conductor his way to Rockcastle Springs for a few Grinstead and others participating. Miss days. Dr. A. H. Melcou's sister arrived Mary Kay explained how to teach spell from Constantinople Friday. Site had ing and after the query box had been been on the road exactly J10 days. opened, the spelling contest closed tho day's exercises. The To Chicago via tub Lakhs, Tho program for this morning is as greatest trip to the greatest fair on earth 7c Watches, Clocks, Stealing and Plated Silverware, Spectacles, Dariks, The Jeweler, Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September -- CHRISTIAN OIJLEGrEi Hustonvill, Fancy Girariesjreai, Cafcffe Candies, Lunches,Friits, &c, CALLONR.ZIMMER THE BAKER. A Good Meal for 25 Cts. Face-Veil- SEASONABLE GOODS. Grin-stea- d, court-hous- e, WALL PAPER & ALABASTINE Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. w Wo Bo McBOBUBTSo Elegant New Stock of one-fourt- h, one-thi- rd three-fourt- Not Backward. Antiseptic ia a scientific Stockton's romedy, fully up with the progressive age. Don't be discouraged, it haa cured where others have failed. It is truly tho conquoror of disease. For" sale by A. It. Penuy, Druggist Stanford. Look Forward Tkt.Agt., Chicago, 111. S2S0.000 will bo in four years by the contract mado eaved by Poatmnater General Bisaell for the millions of postal carda used. Calvin C. Woolworth, of Castloton, N. Y., will furnish the carda. -- It is estimated that Commissioner Lochreu, of the pension bureau, has written a lottor to disprove the partiaan charge that the work of revision has any political bearing, Ho shows that no pension haa been suspended until after tho case haa been examined and condemned by a board of revision, of which the chief and a majority of thu members are republicans, ride; Detroit to Chicago aud a in thu grandest palace steamers on tho Lakes. Picturesque scenery. Returning from Chicago direct, all rail; or you can go to Chicago by rail and return via the Lakes and Detroit. Berth aud meals included betweeu Mackinac and Chicago. Round-trirate from Cincinnati $21.30 (via Toledo and boat 30c less.) For further information ask and C, II. & D. It. It. agent, or address E. O. McCorraick, G. P. A T. A.. C, H. Je D. It. It., Cincin nati, O. The fast express on the Lake Shore was wrecked near Lindsay, O., and two sleeping cars were demolished, killing and wounding a number of passengers G. S. Fulton, of Bardstown, defeat ed G. M. D. Stoner for tho senatorial nomination Saturday. He is for Lindsay, Stoner for McCreary, and that was the issue. Sarah T. Bolton, tho author of "Paddle Your Own Canoe," "Union Forever" aud other poems, diedjjat Indianapolis. She was 7S years ofage and was born in Newport, Ky. 1,000-mile follows: p . Reading, N. W. Hughes. Compound Numbers, M. J. Brough. ATParts of Speech, Misa Thurmond. Geography, Mra. Eubanks. Paper, Prof. Grinstead. Query Box aud r. m. roll call. aktbrnoo.v. Percentage, H. S. Young. The Verb, Miss Lydia Lewia. Physiology and Hygiene, Dr. Carpenter. Query box; spelling conteat. r, L. AVS1IM. P. B. CAHTBKLL. The editor is mighty glad such competent secretaries as Miss Lewis and Prof. Brough are nt the desk and thanks them very heartily for favors. , & There are some mighty pretty girls in attendance and a number of handsome men, so what is there to prevent a little Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st. ; wareroom, paint and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. love making to relieve the mouotonv? Tho Interior Journal's offer of 5 in gold to the best speller and a year's subscription to the paper to the next will Sign Work, artistic and plain. M5i We guarantee put thu teachers on their metal and tho A'specialty. conteat will bo interesting. work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. -- Rugs. Carpets. Mattings AUSTEN-- Severance & Son Fro'rs. NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, House Painting and Paper Hanging CAMPBELL " Jerusalem ia to have a brewery. & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky .i,MMMM,MMM,Mj1MM-M-aMMMMMMsMl --. - ,. mi II lillgSSSSS"""--S--:-SS-S"-J- II II ... t to--- ? ' jTf Sfc inr TT T "T' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Stanford, Ky Is the predicament in which our Grand and Glorious Republic finds itself, with innumerable containing 20,000,000 gallons af water burst at Portland, Me., early Sunday morning and four persons were drowned. Drs. Frazee, Vaught and Bales have been appointed pension examiners at Richmond and I. S. Warren and J. I Every day, for which at present there seems to be no relief, and under the existing circumstances it beDEMOCRATIC TICKET. Owens at Somerset. hooves us all to There is a famine of currency in For Representative, on small The premium New York. under-ran- ges from $2 50 HARVEY Tue news that Judge Holmnn, the to 25 on tho $ 1,000. old objector, will be turned down from All efforts to secure an extension of Mr. Harvky Hklm will represent the chairmanship of the committee on the time hao failed and on Aug. 14 tho Lincoln countv in the next General As appropriations, will not be received with Kentucky distillers will be required to mbly. The democrats decreed that very great regret. The old man is too put up $440,000 in taxes. Saturday when they gave him a majori- much given to straining at gnats and James Overly, a farmer, was, on his ty over both of his competitors of fiG swallowing camels. He will use his "I own motion, tried for lunacy at Rich votes. In doing this they noted wiiely object" with great alacrity on small mat- mond and sent to the asylum, the first Possible by economizing in every conceivable way, and since money saved is money made, you would do well by coming at once to the too, for Mr. Helm is capable and ambi ters, but when it comes to voting mil- case of tho'kind on record. tions and will endpavor to'rppresent tho lions upon millions (or pensions, he is killed and 14 or Four persons were heBt interests of the county and State. always on hand to help it through. The more were injured by tho falling of a Mi iLH WrTr' drlh wLM) .T5ri!irii.iiv-!r-i'ifP-l Thonph qnite a young man, having been judge's district is largely composed of balcony of tho boat house of wrm Chely, M' H JW and that accounts for the sea Yacht Club, at Chelsea, Mass. born since the civil war ended, he has ct demonstrated that ho is made of the milk in the rocoanut. Let the judge step During the past three months proper material to command and deserve aside, Mr. Crisp. worth of gold has been received To purchase Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, &c, and wc will save you at least 25. per cent, tuicres. Graduating at Central Univerby the Bank of California as a product on all goods. Don't take our word for it, but come and examine goods and prices and convince yourself No wonder the King of Sinm didn't go sity with the first honors of his class in of California gold mines and smelters. that you can easily save enough by buying from us to purchase a round trip June. 1887. he went at once to work and to war. A man with such a name as his The penaion commissioner Has exas princtoal of the Perryville Academy could do little more than see after it. tended until October 10 the time iu gave great satisfaction to its patrons. He Wnen you want to address mm tnis is which pensioners whose pensions have h read law under Hill and McRoberts and the way you will have to do it: suspended may furnish proof of their Phra Paraminda Maha Cbulalon-kor- right to receive them. was admitted to the bar in October, Patindir Debia Maha Mongkut Sieze this Golden Opportunity to secure Uargains Extraordinary 1S90, and after a short time located at E S. Moffatt, of Scrantou,- - Pa., prese Raja Ra Wongse Warut he soon secured a fair Fineville, where ident of the Lackawanna Iron nnd Steel Parabut Warakhattiara Raja practice, which was increasing when he Company, committed Buicide in Tama Chaturanta Parama Maha : : was called home to wind up the eatatps Scotland, Saturday. He had gone Parumad-har- m of his uncle and mother. The fact that Chak Rubar Tira Gasangkas abroad for his health. Mika Maha Rujad Hiraja Para he so signally downed his opponents W. J. Allen, editor of the Interstate A. URBANSKY, when one of them was parading on the Manarth Pabito Phra Chula Chomklau News at Tcxarkana, Ark., was Bhot and seductive and delusive platform of free Chau Yu Hua. killed by County Judge King, of whole turnpikes and the other maintaining a Rodks, of the 8th district action the editor had been indulging in Collector Fob Sale. SouthdownJ bucks, bred manly contest, shows that he is the hasn't said anything about a guillotine, some sharp criticism in his paper. -- : from the best herds of Kentucky, Mich as choice of the democracy and that he but he owns one and uses it. Eighteen and Sam Conrad, of Harrison McGrath, Davenport, Clay and Fisher Wm. will right worthily sustain the trust re- republican heads rolled off Saturday and county, Ind., got wind that the White premium buck at LexingKki'KKKncks. W. A. Slayma-ker- , posed in him there can be no doubt. Wp IS democratic storekeepers and gaugers Caps were coming for them for the mur- last buck used ton Fair. F. Held. G. Huffman, J. C. McCla-r- y, A. commend him to the voters irrespective were created. Mr. der of their father and they waylaid A watermelon waH received from J. W. Pcrin, J. V. Wallace, of party as worthy of their support and Rodes is different from your man Johnwounding one. them, killing four and California by the oflicers of the CaliforJohn Newland, J. N. Mcnefee, E. suffrage and predict his election in No- son, who you have made believe occuJoseph A. Howell was hanged.at nia building at the World's Fair, Friday, G. Waller, Wm. Rice. W. C. Abvote. The vember by a triumphal pies a position second to the presidency. Trenton, Mo., Friday for the murder of which "beats all record." The monB bey, T. H. Meals, H. K. Wcarcn, is understood to be for Gov. fact that he Our man acts; yours talks, and his re- Mrs. Nettie Hall and her four children. weighs 212 pounds. W. G. Kancy. A. J. Earp. McCreary for the TJ. 8. Senate, in case marks, his ingoings nnd his outcomings Walter E. Shaw was executed at Hous tar melon W fWJbS of 107 lambs at lie are reportSales he should be a candidate, will aid him are paraded in your columns till many ton, Texas, for the murder of his mothed in the Midway Clipper. That paper in ppcurine a large following, for our people are not only becoming tired but er and aunt Every one guaranteed, Special also Bays that B. M. Herndon has 010 is Btill first in the popular congressman inducements now offered. The banks aud indiiduals shaved sick of it. year M Bheep, from which he sold this hpartsof our people. the checks paid to pensioners at Louis-villp- , t.mniils of wool at 23c. He raised Mrb. Eugenia Duklai Potts, of the per cent., as last week from 5 to n 13 Hit) lambs and sold 57, which were enough Illustrated Kentuckian, has long been H. WEAREN Tim statement that there are CO. there were no funds on hand to meet last month at GJc, and the bal populists left in Virginia or elsewhere to noted as one of the finest women writers thefailureof the their payment, owing to ance to be delivered in Aug. at o). hold a convention, unless the number be in Kentucky, but until now we have Kentucky Union. as small as that constituting a lodge of never heard of her essaying the role of J. K. & M.S. Baughman have taken Frank Van Loon, the bank robber Naboth, out of Crit Master Masons, may be questioned, but a rostrum speaker. She has accepted an and murderer, who was hungin the Col- their speedy racer, we give it for what it is worth that in invitation to address the Woman's ConDavis' hands and Al Hutchings will now umbus, O., penitentiary Friday night, D.ivin' exLynchburg last week there did assem- gress at Chicago, Sept. 14, and will have protested his innocence to the last, ufter handle the lines over him. of the malcontents who for her subject "Woman's Work in Kentoo much of ble a remnant reading the Psalm 11 09 and singing tensive eastern racing took I want to reduce my large stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, nominated a randidatn for governor nnd tucky." It is safe to guarantee that she his time to even give Nnboth a thought "Nearer my God to Thee." and offer them at prices never so low. Call and examine the stock. other State oflicers. The platform adopt- will do credit alike to her subject, her and the Messrs. Baughman did wisely in As soon as possible after the meeted charges President Cleveland with all State and herself. Ladies' watches former price $50 now $4000; ing of Congress, Mr. Bland as the repre- making the change. manner of betrayals of trust and accuspo In the 5100 purse at the Danville fair Ladies'. watches former price S35 now $27.00: sentative of the silver men, will intro. NEWSY NOTES. him of being in sympathy with the ' duce a bill providing for the repeal of for sad ll stallions which did not take a dailies watches Former price $25 now $17.50. Wall Street gold bugs and more anxious and for the free coinage string in tho $".00 purse on Wednesday, At St. Louis Saturday lead sold for the Sherman act for thp demonetization of silver than for of silver at the ratio of 10 to 1. Upon E. P. Woods' Eagle Bird downed the lot Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the 12 07J, the lowesr price in 43 years. the reppal of the odious and onprous string; Gay Bros ' Harry Meyers killed Shelby Duvall this ground, decleres Mr. Bland, the sil and wore tho blue : tariff law. Of course the ticket : Highland Denmark, which took the blue ver men will make their fight. sisBtands no more chance for election than a in Gallatin county for seducing his written a here, was 2d and C. T. WorthiiiKton's Gov. Boies, of Iowa, has snowball does to maintain its symmetry in ter. Hring the money along with you. 3d., Eagle Bird was splendidly This sale will be made for CASH. letter to the chairman of the democratic Gov. McCreary has decided to ap hades, but there are al waj-- to he found in positively refus ridden by Logan Denny, who was hardState central committee every land and clime men who prefer to point Ambrose Dudley, of Madison, us ing be a candidate for renomination ly able to contain himself when the verto his clerk. dwell in the tents of wickedness to keepdict was rendered. for governor. He siys he is conscienThe railroads ol the U. b. pay over ing door for the house of the Lord. tiously opposed to a third term in ollice $12,000,000 a year for killing and injur Tkachkiis who attend the Institute and thinks that violating a well estab ing people. of a year for elecThis is not much next week will find pleasant board and It is estimated that 113,000,000 of lished precedent would resultdisastrous lidgingby application to Mrs. Iannie tions and the floater nnd ly to his party. " fellows are in sackcloth and ashes. On- gold is now on its way to this country The executive committee of the Bnrks. from Europe. ly 13 of the 14 State 8 hold elections this populist party has issued an address dean The Natioual faU. Iowa, Massachusetts, Ohio, Wisclaring the Chicago Silver convention a consin nnd Virginia alone will elect full bank of St. Paul, with $2,000,000 capital, victory for populist principles. With tickets. New York elects both branches has suspended. for truth, consistency or sense, no regard Walter K. Scott, the of the Legislature and all the State "believo that the OF EVKRY DESCRIPTION. newspaper correspondent, died at Ver- the populists say they with the exception of governor and present effert to demonetize silver and sailles, aged 58. two also delegates to the constitutional confor which ROTI'OSlTpilIKH.C.prolM of Ointment "nSPIIm Ujumof Ointment. Curo for Call and see them before buying. Supt. W. J. Murphy, of the C. S., issue more bonds is a crime Kvcry thing in the grocery line vention., The other remaining 8 StateB 5iTfT,i?"l.,.ure ".! dnrri-- . It mkM an oprtlou and tyrants Sifi. kings have been dethroned .or '"J""'"" of corbollo clil, wukk for sale will choose judges or legislatures. Only has been made superintendent of the cheap. rI?!KH,nf a "V fi110"1 lrmnnont enrt , ted often beheaded." nnmewaarr. Why .nduri. three of these legislatures will elect U. Louisville Southern. W guarantee e boiea to ours any onto. The floor of the National House of only FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. for S. Senators -I- owa, Kentucky and Vir wnent rocelTtM. l a box, o for W ly rutiiL bwcplo Representatives has just been recarpeted lre. OurnjitHf,Uut!l by ournjnt.. ginia, the two last to elect men in place A Tennessee uian madoS 150 on a J UUIIO I IPATinN Cured. Pile Prevented, and it took 1,000 yards. of gubernatorial appointees to fill vacanII. II. KINO. GKOKGK II. I'KKWITT. 6JipaneeLIfrPellU Iheprrat I.TVFnnnd STOMACH UtUULATOKna of an acre of onionB. cies. The year of our Lord, 1893, will be The Louisville banks, recently bus (UOOUI'UmtlHt. Krantl, mllil and t., V. H. Innis Bold to J. W. Hambo, a Uk, woialiy adapted for culldr uu'j ttsu. WlXi-t- a known more for its financial panic than pended, are preparing to resume in teu ta ciLt. bunch of ewes at H. GUAUANTKI.a tsuy! only ty days on reduced capitals. for political events. bought of K. K. Trib-hi- e F.T. IMbIiop 1,000 employes To reduce expenses MOItELAND, KY., A. R. PENNY, 10 No 1 eweB at $15 50. Tiik Democratic Caucus at Washinghave been dropped from the rolls of the We have opened up a nice line ol Underwood Bold to William Col. ton, Saturday evening, renominated Pacific Railroad. acclamation, James Southern Sutton, of Garrard, a bull for J 15. Speaker Crisp Senator Hill is reported to be preJ. V. Perrin bought of W. K. WarKerr for clerk anirLycargus Dalton for paring a bill providing for free coinage ner, of Garrard, a Beldinj; for postmaster. II. W. Snow was nominaof silver ut a ratio of 15 to 1. $100. s, A. II. Hurt for ted for sergennt-at-armTbii notice forewarn hurttrrt, fiaheruicc and Fon Salk. Southdown Sheep, both othen not to treipau on our lands without per We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where wc could get The Madisonville creamery is the door keeper and Rev. S. W. Hathaway K. minion, at all iiith will be proiccutcd to the full the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, ctt extent of the law. Signed: for chaplain, all of whom were elected latest concern of the kind in Kentucky sexes, from one to three yearH old. J. M. LACKOWir?. which enables us to make very low prices. Salt $1.50. yesterday on the assembling of the t) suspend. They all do it sooner or Bruce, Stanford. T V. NKWL.ANIJ. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you V. II. HAYS. later. FoiiSai.k. GOObiiBhelaof nice white called session of Congress. C. C LYON. money, KRKDIIAUMAN.V. If the money in circulation in the Seed Rye. Bright Ferrell, Stanford. Reid was nominated by the republicans. K. L. WHITE. fSrWc are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. The populists put up no ticket, content- United States was evenly divided there MRS. M.A.MARTIN'. Boone Bros, bought in the Highland J L.IIKCK. reviv- would be $24 02 to each man, woman and section a bunch of fat heifers at 2?c and ing themselves with meetiugaml I' C. HAM.. Wc have 11 yearling Southdown Mucks and 18 Huck Lambs, all ing to vote as a unit to maintain the child. a yoke of oxen for SS0. thoroughbred, for sale. Since the outbreak of the present present ratio of silver to gold 1( to 1. The wheat crop, of Kancas thiB year cholera epidemic in Mecca, there have is now estimated at only 21,000,000bush-els- . Ik Gov. McCreary gets his deserts he been o0,G(JS deaths from the plague Tho yield last year was 70,000,000 will be made chairman of the commit- there. bushels. Rev. Wm. R. Alger refers allitera-tiveltee on foreign affairs, the position he J. II. & G. 1). Boone shipped to Cinand expressively to the World's cinnati Tuesday of lambs, for held so creditably, when Carlisle was speaker, after the resignation of the New Fair as "an indescribable wilderness of which they paid 15c They lost $50 on In Square or round top, zinc or canvas; Yorker. His long service and hia knowl- wonders." the lot. Tho Pennsylvania R. R. Co. has boredge of such affairs which he has gained It is said that Georgia has shipped of watermelons this seafrom close Btudy peculiarly fit him for rowed three millions abroad with which 8,000 to complete improvements projected and son, for which the fanners have pocketchairmanship. the under way. ed $250,000. And500 for DomWe turn E litor Dyche, of tho London Mrs. Martha Davis, of Clay county, ydAa a colt, Keene paid Echo, over to the tender mercies of Edi- was shot and killed by John Smith, her ino and thuB far the colt has won up They had been quarreling wards of $S0,000, the largest amount r tor Smith, of the Mt. Vernon Signal, ATold. who has more pugnacity and more time for a long time. won in a season by a Thompson's Barber Shop, In canvas, rubber or leather. With Summer more than half over, for such an undertaking than we. AfJohn Mershon planted a plat of Jesse ter he gets through with him there will the cholera reports from abroad do not ,.,i.,K.cninnt in nnlnns and after There are three ol the belt Barber, in the Stat. ., not be left a grease spot to tell the tale. alarm as much as they did in the early eating 01 .1 ...,w.., cafr.orp.1 lherereiHo encellfnl lUin Koomi renin cou n mciu ll .!. c.nonn Agent tor I exmBton Steam Laundry thee behind me," Dyche. SOO bushels per acre. ) nection. of Spring. "Get weeks 25 bushels, making W. P. WALTON. There were thirteen deaths from Fha.nk Holt, charged with waylayinjj nitl murdering Miss Abbio Oliver, tfhose cholera in Naples Saturday and one in parents had forced a friend of his to mar Rome. Jerry League, aged 89, dropped had betrayed and seduced August 8, 1893 ry after he oir at Morganfield with a dead in Mercer. He is the first of 14 her, was let children to die, the youngest of whom sentence of only two years in theponi-tentiary. Financial BANKS SAVE -:- - Distress f 6 OB 8 PAGES HELM How such a verdict could be arrived at is almost beyond mortal ken to conceive. The accused is guilty or innocent of a most diabolical crime and he ought to have been hung or acquitted. The verdict is therefore a travesty nn inetiou nml nivpH mnhn nnnthnr x- cuse to enforce lynch law, when they see the legal machinery of tho Common wealth used simply to shield instead of punish crime. is 72. A reservoir tt BUSTING," bills-$20- and EVERY up DOMK I te ip JLilLi te1 U JLO M X JUJU JCj iil fjMi If? Som-detr- n Ticket to The Great World's Fair. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Proprietor. A tue Mab-rongs- Ni-kar- o Edin-burg- h, VAPOR STOVES. tl Courier-Journa- l. vViKillKaK 2,-a- d ymff W. & Great Clearance Sale. I SAME SWEEPING REDUCTION. s A.. IR,. IFIE HSrHSTY. blocks-of-fiv- e BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, German-Americ- ofli-c-- well-know- rs n PILE CURE AneTer-falllni: Wou-nt- JAPANESE WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. 1 "? I il Stanford. KING & PRE WITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, 'ju POSTED.' Dry 2 KI1TG A FB.EW1TT. y 11 rar-loa- d fete IS car-loa- f 1 - WAu -- VAJLISES -- son-in-la- w. ev-e- tjeilkbocdfe: So) . H. J. McROBERTS. &&mt2$. ' a XTO.a '" Requests for the insertion of personLawns, straw hats, men's summer coats nnd vests going this week at from als will always bo complied with, if thoso Empikk Wheat Drills At Karris fc Hur- - "5 to 50 per cent. less than cost. W. II. who send thorn sign their names; otherHiggins. wise not. Several are omitted for tho AlKIUHT 8, 1893 "" STANFORD, KV., latter reason this Issue. Wi: Bald tho people of Lincoln county Tnv tho HOtlaya syHtem. McKinney 5?!5 uroa. do not want free turnpikes and wo were 'Shootino. Cump Walters went on E. C. Walton, business Manager do they want a candidate tho at Kings Mountain, Saturlions, to tho wife of J. M. Goocli, of right. Neither who advocates them, oren if ho had no day, and after attempting to shoot Mr. the Gilbert's Creole vicinity, a 10 pound Leger, who was In a buggy with Ed earthly chance of securing them. PERSONAL POINTS. boy. McCarty nnd missing him, charged upMy accounts are duo 1st day of July on Mm. Jok Hahim returned to Cor bin his brother, Tusco, nnd perforated UiucK Foil Sai.k. Splendid quality Fatunlay. and January and will bo glad to run ac his diaphragm with a load of nnd ready for nee. Adam Pence, StanNo. 4 shot. Mt:s. T. W. UtiKK.s is quite 111 of nula-ri- nl counts with thoso who pay promptly Tho doctors do not think ford. the shot penefever. when due, but thoeo who cannot and do Youn account is ripe, ready and wait- not pay their bills when duo, will please trated tho bowels Hnd if not they say Mies Kati: iii.Ai.N Is the wieet of tho ing, l'leauo call and settle. W. H. Wear-e- n not ask it. I cannot run business on thatTuoco will recover, if blood poisonMioses Kills. ' ing does not intervene. The trouble beit Co. Mim ok Kllih has ko.io to Williams-towpromises. J. K. VanArsdale. tween tho brothers grew over a horse. on a visit. A I'I.kabukk wagon nnd nice pony and Wk hnve been requested to publish a , Miha Kdna Couhts has KonotoGreonB-burtoThe fellow, R. Lee Metcalf, publishes harness for sale. Call on Jesso Thomp- petition signed by 'M of tho patrons ada card in a Lexington paper pronounca visit. son, the barber. dressed to tho school trustees asking ing tho statement Sin. and Mui. W. F. Kamskv, of Lex. that he sneaked oil to Your account has been duo and ready that Prof. W. D.TardifT shall not bo op keep from paying tho Stanford fair for innton, tiro here. Mies Lity Hatuikk returned to since July 1st, Call and settle by cash pointed teacher in this district owing to amusement privileges, a lie from beginthe many immoral charges against him, ning to end. All tho same he or note. A. It. Penny. Americim, Ga., ycaterday. didn't but we decline to do so pending the in- pay until ho was nrrcsted and forced to Chaiiuk Ghkkn is vleltinK his friend, You may expect a call from us if you vestigation against Parson Green, who is nnd as ho had gotten as far as Junction Ed Wftddlt1, at Somerset. do not call yourself and settle at once. charged with the acts alleged to have City In his effort to got away, the facts Mb. 1). 13. KrAdd, Sit , of tho West End, Wo want what you owe ub. Severance been committed byTardifIand disprovseem to be against him. At any rate we is visiting his son, Mr. S. 1. Stag);. it Son. ed by tho girl. snail oe lorceu to continue to hold tho Mils. Hl'skinbon, of Komerset, a visitWalnut and oak eight day clocks In order- to advertise his honesty, no presumption, which is by no means a ing her sister, Mrs. Eugene Kelley. $2.o0; nickle alarms 7fc; everything in doubt, one James Crabtree swore out a violent one, that Mr. Metcalf is both a Miss Minnik Hui'LKV has begun a my lino in proportion. Danks, the warrant against Bright Ferrill Saturday, liar and a rascal, and that he does not school at Scudder's Academy in Uoyli;. Jeweler. See big ad. charging him with attempted bribery, help his case by making light of the Miss Nattik Coi.ukk, of Crab Orwould call attention to A. H. Pen- the penalty for which is from $25 to Stanford Fair and calling it a "tobacco Wk chard, was tho guest of Miss Suu Lis ny's clearance snlo of watches, clocks, $100. He says that Ferrill o ire red him farm advertising dodge." .ey. $1 50 and some whisky for his vote, but Mips Glenn Hum left last night for silverware and everything in tho jewelTiik president of the suspended First ry line. Now Is the time to buy at the accused says that he did not do so, national Hank of Fort Scott, Kaa.. Mr, Hartford to visit her sister, Mrs. Maggie as ho had neither at his command, if he " slaughter prices for cash. Walter Chenault, is here for the purpose Fair. bad desired to buy the fellow. It is of conferring with Makv Owjcns, mother of Mr. 8. M the Kentucky Mrs. Mn. and Mrs. G. 0. Kkllkr, Jr., aro thought there is nothing in the case nnd as to the future of the bank. Owens, Is ill of dropsy at her homo near rejoicing over the advent of of their first that It will bo dismissed when it is call- Tho controller of the currency McKinney s boy, a healthy little fellow of over 10 ed before Judge Carson this evening. a reduction of the copital stock .Mk. J. II. IIi'Kt'MA.v, nf Islington, pounds. He'wlll wear the name of our i was hero yesterday. Ills family is still popular congressman, James McCrearv. Tiikrk was no excitement occasioned from $300,000 to $150,000 and the is that each stockholder's certifi at Crab Orchard. by tho primary election Saturday and Tiik members of tho county commit cate be withdrawn and a certificate for Thomas O. Ykaobii left Sunday for the day pasted almost as quietly as a Springfield, where ho will start his horse too aro requeued to meet at County May Sabbath. Everybody took It for half its face value be returned to him. Clerk Cooper's ollice at 10 o'clock to granted J. Hue this week. that Helm would bo nominated In other words, each stockholder is to Wai.i.eii Ciiknaui.ty president of tho morrow, Weduosday, for tho purpose of and tho conclusion was eminently cor- 1080 half his holdings and run the First National Hank of Fort Scott, Kits., counting the vote of Saturday's prima rect. Following Is tho vote by pre- chance of getting it back if the bank ry. proves a success. Mr. Chenault thinks was hero Saturday. cincts: if the airairs are wound up now that the Cou ami Mils. John S. May and ChilHank at Tiik Cumberland Valley Precincts. Helm. Chappell. North. stockholders will lose ten por cent, but dren of Somerset, aro visiting the fami seems to bo no badly "buBted" Stanford, M'villo fiS 11 5 he can tell nothing definite owing to ly of Fielding Thurmond. that it will never bo known in tho com" 0. House 74 32 :i tho shrinkage of values. Some of the Miaa Nan HaI'ohman went to Win-W- mercial world again. Tho usual claim " Engine H'so 7'J 17 5 stockholders want to close out and setIt, Chester yesterday with Mrs. I'. that depositors will be paid in full is " Rowland 1U 51 3 tle what they have to lose, but the conterman to spend a few week. made, but its statement Is not re.vsur-ing- . Ilustonvilie, 1 A 2 9i '21 71 ference to be held will likely decide for L M. Laslky will leave for Lexington " No.3, T'villo 31 17 id m the former proposition. y with a string of horses that ho 12 27 0 Somk of the Jellico coal companies are Highland 9 will get ready for tho fall races. 27 5 either shutting down, owing to tho light Waynesburg Mr. James H. Anderson, who has MiMta Lucilk Vkhokran, of New Or20 S 21 demand for coal and ttio stringency of Kingsvillo been declining for several years, died leans, ami S.illio IUy, of Garrard, are money, or proposing 153 OS 10 Crab Orchard that their men wait Sunday night,, aged 01 His wife nre- guests of MrB. J. W. lVrrin. DO dayslor pay. The North Jellico com292 Totals J0J ceded him to the grayo 12 years, but he Mh. Uiuaii Dr.NN, of tho Shelby City pany, of which Mr. C S. Neild is generHelm over Chappell 222; Helm over leaves six children to mourn his loss. vicinity, left yesterday for Barnwell, S. al manager, is not in that list. Mr. N'icld both 5(1. Tho remain were interred in Goshen C, to deal In mutes for a month or so. told an I. J. man that his company It will be seen that the free turnpike Cemetery at 3 . m. yesterday.- Mu. J. U. Waiiiiks has been contlned would run a usual, pay aH promised and men did not fdiow up with that unanimt his bed for it week or more witli llux, till orders with satisfaction and prompt- ity that was promised. Our people are NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. but is now improving, we aro glad to ness. not ready for such a change yet and wy. "Wk'i.i. drink ono cup of pleasure yet seem to be pretty well satisfied to let .Mu. I.kwis 1) Sampson whs hero Satfor the days of Aulil Lang Syne." "Dixie thoso who use them pay for the priviurday reprrsonting tho Loulsvillo I'ost, Reception, August '.. lV.'.t, "Lookout," lege of riding on good turnpikes. Few and estahliihed an ageru'y with A. A. Virginia, S,"iOi'. m. till Let'sgo 'Possum people who pay taxes aro anxious to HORSE AND BUGGY STOLEN. Warren. huuUn' at l).:W p. M." Thus read invita- have an additional heavy charge sadMk. It, 0. Waiiiikn is ablo to hobble tions to a reception to be given by Miss- dled upon them. On the night of July u, y, a BAY HORSC around on sticks and crutches nnd it is es Olivia and Jennie Summers in honor wantolen Irom the stable ol Jarae I'. Iliiley nd Mn. Monroe Smith, who has just hitched to the bugKy of J S. ilocker. The horte hoped ho will hoon be entirely recovered of Misses Nellie Slaymaker, Essie Burch i a dark is "a .nan right eye bay, almost brown, ubout 16 handt Men, his 77th birth-day- , from his recent accident. out though hardly perceptible; ha and Annie Hale, of Stanford, and MIbs you and don't meet every day," in other hail tcratcliet 6 hair it olf th hioa foot, under Mkh. Hcttik Bi'ciiANAS will bo Prof. numfetlocka; he is Forrest, of Virginia, with which a ym he words, his life has been n very remark- lapi water like a or 7 The old; in drinking the Stephen I). Willis' assistant In tho Crab ber of friends hero have been honored, doe running gear of buggv i painted smoke color, with with black able one. Ho has lived at his present trlpr or trimmings, nil of Orchard High School next session. The it except the singleAppointments. Collector Rodes is home at tho headwaters of Green River tree, which Is black; the bed and top are black and selection Is a capital one. there Is a place about two inches iiiiare cutout of Mrs. Gko. Hiioadih'h, of M.uliooii, w.tn getting in his work. On his recom- since ho was nine months old, and not- Ihe daili on the iniide Iho hind axle ttce near h.tj been here a few days to see her little niece. mendation IS democrats were appointed withstanding the fact that he has been a left bind wheel wood i welded and the paintat that point on the schorched and cutirely Miss Hanks, Hnd left Saturday to visit storekeepers ami gangers Friday. The 'going" man all his life, has never been burned off the iron; the left hind wheel has two cracked spokes. The saddle of the rurnes has her slater in Howling Green. g.iuters aro R. A. McKee, Anderson, T. out of "Old Kaintuck." Ho has been a guji mounting!; the hip strap has been lueticcd It joins the breeching IUv. and Mas. W. J. Wakii aro at Dr. P. Welch and Hugh L. Scott, Jessamine; remarkably healthy man and has not where following reward Is ofTered, The $100 for taken a doso of medicine of any kind for return of buggy and horse and conviction ol thlel; Hocker's. They leave Wednesday George Miller t'ivens, Lincoln; W. L. S. or $25 for return nl horse Jje, for return of buggy, ' for their new home in Hamilton, Mo, Voorh!s, Pulaski. The storekeepers aud 55 years. Was a distiller for a long time or $50 for conviction of thief. All of these prop for taking with them tho good wishes of gaugers are W. 0 Owsley, W. J. Ballard but has not touched an intoxicant for 40 sitions will b left open tne lour months Irom inlya, 1843, al which time reward will be years and up to that time drank very JAMES ! 1IA1I.KY, and W. E. Walker. Garrard; R C. everybody. J, S. HOOKER, Mercer; U. R. Sweeney, Anderson; little. Mr. Smith has been a constant Mn. E. 0. Walton is gathering In 39 Stanford. Ky. Taul-be- e, tobacco chower for 05 years and to tolucre for his paper in Casey county this Robert R. Gentry, Lincoln; S. S. week, where circuit court Is In session. Breathitt; J. I Waddle and W. II. bacco ho partly attributes his excellent EXECUTOR'S SALE. wife Is spending tho time with her Higgins, Fttlanki; L. C. Wilson, Estill; health. He has been a member of the His .W. S. Stone, Wayne; Anderson Chen-uni- chinch for 53 years and attends church . father in Huotonville. Kxecutor of John M. McKoberls, Sr , twill regularly now. The old gentleman is Madison, and S. G. Frith, Rock sell at public auction on the picmKcs on Faimnh to mako tho Atlanta connecspending his declining days with his tion at Louisville from Chicago Friday castle. m mm second wife nnd is as happy, ho says, as night, Mr. T. U. Walton csmo to StanTiik New York Sun lias long enjoyed ho was on his wedding day. Ho is tho Saturday, August 26th, 1893, Sunday with his brothford and spent beginning at a p m., the confidence of its ollice cat and to its father of S children, three of whom aie ers, greatly to their delight. wisdom is attributed most of the good dead. Long may Uncle Monroe Smith Miih. A. V. Sizkmoiik, of this place, things that eminate from that establish- hyo and when tho All Wise decides that was a schoolmate and especial friend of ment. Tho Intkriok Joi'knu., having his mission on earth is completed, may They will oe otfered first separately and then as whole, the bid being acctpied which will bring Miss Abble Oliver, who was so cruelly the faith iu the ability of felines to add to he be taken I moniy. At the ame time to a brighter world where will mot the pcrtonulty, cuniislinjfofand plate, fur which waylaid and murdered, and sell the general information of a newspaper sin and sorrow aro uuknown and where crime farces of trials aro now progressing ollice and impart brightnevi to its editoFurniture, Buggy, Garden Tools, happiness reigns supreme. at Morganlield. rial utterances, announces with much Farming Implements, Set cl Carpenter's Tools, i Mils. K. L. Cochran left for her home satisfaction that it too has an oliice cat. Cider Mill, tc feet of Iar At Has Siciri'KD. Rev. T. A. Green, tho Terms On realty, In I'eabody, Kas , "Saturday, after a cou- It strayed in a few days ago with an air tah, balance in 6 and i a months, with interest. On personalty, colored Methodist preacher, who could Sio and under, canhj over that amount on (todays, ple of months of a most enjoyable visit of and since then it to friends here. She wont via Chicago has been making itself at home, playing sing, pray and preach louder than any- secured and with interest. W H. lUOr.lNS Fxccutor. 4 and was accompanied thither by Mies successfully tho dual roles of tho useful body, has made himself conspicuous for his absence for some time aud his (lock Mattlo l'axton, who will spend a couple and ornamental. That there will be imhero don't care very much if ho never of weeks with her there taking In tho provement in the columns of the I. J. returns. Mattio Hooker, aged 15, daughFair. and a reduction in the number of rats The undersigned, agent an J ter of Anderson Hockor, colored, gave ofthe h'irsof Jnliu hi Hays, deed.,attorney in fact W. I). Co.att, ono of tho politest Mn. will on and mice in its ollico goes without saynnd tunst accommodating of men, has re- ing, for which tho public is to bo con- birth to a liuu girl n few weeks ago and. Aujj. 30, '93, signed his position as traveling passen- gratulated and tho attaches felicitated. the reverend gentlemau, who has Ou the prcmiioi at pu.lic oulcry ell tothe highis charged with being tho father ger ngentof tho Q. A 0. and will becomo est and best bidder the Farm consisting of general agent for tho L. & N. at Lebanon Under tho charter for the towns of the of it. She was a member of Green's About 240 Acres of Land, Junction. Tho (. it C.'s loss is tho L. it class of Stanford a poll tax of $1.50 can church and tho till time of this miafor N'.'s gain. Col. J. S. Loith will como be imposed and taxation cannot exceed tune was thought to be as virtuous as Of which the late John Hays died poisevsed. Situated near Stanford, Ky . nnd lies luck to Junction City and resume tho 75 cents ad valorem. Any indebtedness anybody. Up to tho time of tho child's Said Kamionis the Stanford and Hiutonsille turnncarand to bo incurred, the payment of which birth, tho girl refused to tell who had pike road and is bounded y the farms of Forestus position he filled so acceptably. Kcid.Wm. Il arris, cannot bo met by lev', must bo submit- accomplished her ruin and tho report and other- Heck, is Mrs. Allio Iplace, inWm. vicin"I his a desirable the CITY AND VICINITY. her toachor, W. D. Tar-di- ity of Manfnnl It lies well for cultivation and was started that ted to a vote, when it will require the oil yields a rich return to goud husbandry. was the guilty party. This she hear- The Karm has upon It a wealherboarded log house of all tho votes in town to carry A fkw ice chests left; will sell at cost. of 6 or S rooms, under which there is a dry cellar, it. Tho license for the sale of spirituous, tily denied and later on told her father at all times; a large and commodious barn and W. H. Wearen it Co. vinous or malt liquors shall not be less that Parson Green was tho man. Green other a necessary oloutbuildings. There is in the yard tine well cool, pure and living water and A littlk son of Ed Brown, who is in than $250 nor more than $1,000. The grew very indipnant over the matter and also near the Itouse a good spring, and for stock two In short, mayor and police judge are to bo elect- demanded to bo tried by the church. At purposes of thegood ponds on the farm. county to tho penitentiary, died yesterday. pleasantvst places in the it is one trial he was acquitted of the charge, live in ad of its neighborhood environments. ed for four years and the city council for fliis Terms of Sale. Jumbo, is at tho cash in hand and Tiik new two years. Tho marshal, assessor, treas- but tho girl's father w.s not satisfied and the remainder cfthc purchase money in one and head of Greon River nnd gets its mall urer, clerk and attorney are to bo ap- he took the case to the county judge twoycats in eiual installments, ith 6 percent. sale until paid, and Interest Irom three times a week from McKinney. pointed by the council and aro to hold for trial. A warrant was issued for tained on the day of to secute the deferredlien refarm pay. menu, payable to the undersigned. is postmaster. Joseph Willlman office two years. Tho marshal is giyen Green, but when tlrolficer went to servo The rami will be surveyed to the purchaser where- and lull possession will be i.nin on the first day ot January, 1S9.4, but for seeding, about 50 actes Souvenir Fiibk. If you aro goiug to the same authority as eherlils and is al- It tho bird hnd llown and now his so required to collect tho towa taxes. abouts could not easily be located. now in corn, the purchaser wilt have the right to the World's Fair, get a ticket from' put said right of ovidently heard about the intend- gress andland in small grain and the th place. inegress lor tlut puruose to DankB, tbe Jeweler, entitling you to a The police judge's jurisdiction is concur- Green K. (. WARREN, skipped. Ho has a wife, Agent and Ittorney In Fact for Fouvenir of tho exposition. See my re- rent with the justice's courts in civil and ed trial and who Is still here. John n Hays' Heirs criminal proceedings. duction ad. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Take your repairs to Danka, tho Jew-ulu- r. COME TO SEE US- - 3 i war-pat- h i n m Next -:- - Monday, -- n And get your share of the n That wc are- - - GIVING AWAIT In Dress Goods. Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c. W. H. HIGGINS, Assignee. -- stock-holde- rs iecom-mend- OUR- prop-ositio- n LAST -:- - CALL. , Is Money Close With You? Then come where a siwer dollar will buy as much as a gold dollar. We do not tell you our goods are worth a hundred per . cent, more than we ask for them, but we do say that no firm sells for less money than we do. Come and see at m to-da- m Our Summer Clothing, And you will not go out without them. Our Lawns, Ginghams, White Goods, Laces, &c, must go. Wc have too many and the public must 51-- J $100 EEWARD. Carry them. The best and safest place to deposit your money is with us, for some of our cheap goods, then you know you will have value received and no bank to break. The financial cyclone has struck Kentucky and no telling where it will end, so run to us with your money at once and get better than gold dollars the cheapest goods ever offered. HUGHES & TATE. Read This and Profit by it After the first of July instead of selling goods on 6 months' time we will (. i: present our accounts the 1st or 15th of each month, as suits the buyer. Our idea is to do a but for convenience we extend the above time. Wc propose giving our customers the best goods and guarantee to sell you Hardware, Groceries, Queensware, Woodcnware, Tinware, &c, for lest money than you can buy them anywhere on 6 months' time. Our explanation for making the change is that it takes too much money carry on our business on the 6 months' time. During the iS months wc have been selling goods our sales have been much larger than we expected and we are very grateful for the liberal patronage we have received. Wc arc also proud to say that our customers have been the very best people in the land and we are sure we can make it toyour interest to continue with us We will continue to take Country Produce in exchange for goods at the highest market price. Thanking you for past favors, wc are Very Respectfully, -- with-''n- CASH BUSINESS, No-viu- t, Two Houses and Lots, .1 McKINNEY UK OS. IS OVER THE The World's Fair Route from the South !7 one-thir- d II Pennsylvania SHORT LINES "jtasxJKaRff" PUBLIC SALE. ? Wednesday, vr. vi'V. f 1 !vV Ls!?$s?1 """"" L r-J- hLq2t it -- . viv Ll t) KfJ 5v.i L ? -- nrtoU,ltt,csv-' FROM - two-thir- ds f, LOUISVILLE OR INCLUOSSS CINCINNATI. DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE Pullman Vestibule Sleeping and Buffet Parlor Cars, Only Route poat-oHic- e, One-thir- d Through the Indiana Natural Gas Belt. TICKETS to VIA THUE UKS AKO THIIR CO'iNCCTIOhs CAS pr StCLBU) ATTMl TKSIT Officii C SOOIMtHI KAIL A IS. THROUGH For trtcui iNrcmncs in rjcaso ANY RaTfi and S CtUHtO DCTAIll COSUBMHd THIS FIHST-CLAS- e$. S siH-Sti, Ul 1 f J III Ml tir h . Ai. W 1rt& rJTtffi - v fy .a. l.iNDttJ.DstnrtrarlDi, SCK.XQ00T. Nss'r a. 6CRVICE, PlfA'E APPIY IN ft (.CON OH I ILIUH CH 1IICOKAM TO lITncn or THE r&UCiGf . H. UCTT 5.tifkr3 ipat, . USaTIUr. TITTX. GEO. R.TbuVtlMJVS.J.Jissr UJIJGW. IT. JiuX ku LbjuiJii, UiUiillUU Issii.'.t ua. i MDtSYlUI. Sent, II. a i. .' "?! ., ; gigy't,- v rjr r J stapS-- ' rtri joJ ;vt ' it n'. Jj(wt ' '. - i j. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal at SEASONABLE. Mosquitoes now coma round, Their tunes begin to play, Published Every Tuesday nnd Friday PER YKAU IX ADVANCE rWhD not to paid 32. CO will be charged." And everywhere they're found At work from clay to day. They come but to increase The sum of human Ills. They rob us of all peace When bringing In their bills. Mount Vernon New. A Clinnco In Iter Complexion. O. Do Gusli's iioso is getting Isarandidate for Jailer, subject to the action ol frightfully red nil of o sudden. the Democratic patty lie would appreciate your Mrs. Pilkington I'm sorry for Mrs. vote Do UllStl. Pilkington P. HUFFMAN NOTICE l-2- I DR. W. B. PENNY Wejwill Deliver ICE Every Morning at c per lb. In Stanford and Rowland and by 50 lbs. soc per lbs and 100 lbs 45c per 100 lbs We are very thankful lor pstt patronage and respectlully Its continuance Will deliver Irom lb up . MRS. JANE HARROW A tO. 30 te-q1 Dentist. Office South tide Main ttreet, in office reces vacated by Dr. I.. K. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Pilkington Yes, it's too bad. Mrs. Pilkington After she's gono and had all her spriug dresses iu palo blue and green. Truth. JOHN M. JOHNSON Is a Candiuate for Attestor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party. JOHN II. DcNARDI, Carriago Painter and Trimmer, All kind of vehicles painted trimmed and re s urle Plain and ornamental paired In hignt Satisfaction guaranteed In both workmanship and price ihop on main street, over.Wm laugherly's blacksmith shop, Stanfoid, Ky. first-tin- K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. JSouih-bound- i: i "" Eastern Man My goodness! How S D ADAMS. Rowland. 403m many wero there boforo the fire? X5II1, 1893, ..I HAVK Western Man Nineteen. Now York Is a Candidate for Astestor, subject to the actloti When Fred Funston went on the MY. of the Democratic party. Death valley expedition two or three Weekly. 100 Valuable Town Lota and 100 years ago, two of his university girl Farm Containing 130 Acres, Expressing Himself. Acres of Valuable j.ands, friends wero Calking about him. "Whore D. Junior Partner Whilo I was tnkina Adjoining K. D. Kennedy, ll.ill Andcrton, Sam and what is Death valley?" queried one. down that buyer's All lying alontide of order this morning I It a candidst for to the office of As- rardt at Corbin Will depot at machine theps snd- M Owens, K. M. Ware, V. R. Dunn snd A II a bargain, ail to- McKinnev, runnlpg back to the ten "Why, it is away out west in tho moun- xoiu mm one or commencing point sessor, of Lincoln County, subject to tction of the jetheror separately, or would esthauge lor a funny stories. at K D. kenuedy t It hat good houtet and tt tains, and is a horrid hot place where Jlur.Orats Farm. Correspondence noiiclied well waterol Senior Partner Ha, ha! Did ho laughl democratic party. D. T. CHKSNlr, people just wither up into mummies," Alsorhesd yrarlinift, raited Sleert and Heifers, Junior Partner No. He counterCorbin, Ky. 3 milk Cow,, i good llroid Marcs, i well bred, was tho reply. "How perfectly nwfull" manded tho yaarling Filly, a tmtter by breeding, i Suckling order. Clothier and Furresponded her friend. And then, with nisher (.oil, i Umily llnrse, S stock llngi and s Sows and It a cand'date for jailer, subject to the action ol rigs. j Kwn and 6 t.ambt, I lluck, i Rockaway a tono of enthusiasm in her voice, she the d.inocract. and Sptinjc Wagon, Farming Utentllt, i Sulkcy A Discouraging Proviso. added, "But what a dear, sweet little ultivatnr. Reaper and Mower combined, d The uudetugned have for sale o Southdown Kitchen Furniture. mummy Fred would make!" Iola RegGus do Smith Well. Tom. I hear von Jlhsoiutely Fwet and jo lluckt imported and bn-- 1 by Termt made known on day ol tale eloj)cd with a rich girl. Was It a suc ister. Cecil, ol Iloyle No finei or better bred Sheep 4 KVAN LON, McKlnney. la a candidate for Jailer, tubject to the action ol in 'he Male cess? IIKN'KDICT&COOI'KK 4S the old Jrrieraonlan democracy. An Abrupt Foiling. Tom Fowscads Stanford, Ky. altogether. Her Guide In this castle, gentlemen, lived father telegraphed Not ho A cream of tarter baking powSPLENDID FARM that will forjrive B. der. Higest of all in leavening the Knight Dagobert and his boauti-fn- l us if Wo don't como back. Texas Sif SALE strength. Latest United States wellwife. The knight's prowess was Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the Democracy. Government Food Report. A Great IJenetlt. Tourists Oh, do spare us a long will tell Millinery I will tell prlvstely my arm of uat Mrs. Harris (newspaper in hand ROYALBAKINQ POWDER 00., winded story. Tell us the conclusion, A SkcCORMACK AT UNUSUALLY LOW.PRIOES ed onDike. Wxttmltri fromtnellnit.tiwju actet,ft sitDan. the iMe of Huttonville sille t II ..t .iit.in movement is on foot to make medicine and that will bo enough. 100 Wall St., New York. a half mile of the railroad station of Moieland. Is a Candidate lor Atscttor, tubject to the will of Guide All right. Here is the con- cheaper. Call and save mosey. the farm is In a splendid state of cultivation, For the rest of the teamn the Democracy. A. S. clusion: And now, gentlemen, as I bnve line ol Ladies' Underwear and Hos- well Improved with a dtvellm ol 6 or 7 roomt, A ipleidid Harm God! That will bring s necetsary outbuildings, including a fooj bain. iery kept conttantly on hand. told you such a thrilling tale. I hone von within reach of all. About half ol the farm It Mn In graw and the SURGEON DENTIST. MISSLICC1K IICAZI.EY, W. W. HAYS, will give me a trifle with which to drink !! watered and can be d tided entire place la bUnlorii,Kv parcels to suit the purcbat.r into Office over McRsbertt Drug Store tnthe t Kor paryour health. a candidate lor jailer, subject to the action ot ticular, writr to or call 00, A negro near Dawron, Ga., was It Owsley Building. J P. LAND, the deinociacy Mereland, Ky " struck by lightning a few days ago. Thn Stanford What It Wa. only harm done was the tearing oil of Gwendolen, another Boston maiden of the seat of ids trousers. 7 who has never been on n farm in hnr McKINNKY, KY tubject to the action of Is candidate for life, has gono at last this summer to visit Nashville, Tenn., March S, 1S93. The thea democracy. jailer, Stockton Mediciue Co., Nashville, Tenn., some country relatives. I have bought above mentioned" Hotel st The other day. while sho and tho fam- - Gentlemen: I ha I Scintic Rheumatism, LOGANAVEVUK, and have attached a SAM M. OWENS, STANKOHD, KY., combined with nervousness and insomily wero at dinner a pet lamb approached nia for six weeks, and having heard of Is a candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln county, tub. Firat-Clo- ss : : the open door and baa-eloudly and Bar and Fool Boom. so many persons heing cured of nearly ject to the action ol the democratic nmsry. AlwayVteUV good lower than any one else in Have repaired and 'refurnished the Hotel and Stockton's An".Mtiimna," exclaimed Gwendolen, every disease by taking try it and town. New stock of Fruits every Friday. ain better than ever tiseptic, I concluded to the reThlt Hotel, renovated sod relurnithed, it now D. NEWXAND, "who's that hollering Tags, rags,' out sult was wonderful It Rave me almost Intend to Accommodate the In my charge and Itit high to conduct it tvt atadd there;" Boston Transcript. not only maintain reputation, but to a candidate for Sheriff of I.tnco'n coutty, tub. Prepared to instant relief and in five days I went to Is to lit long litl ol friends. Special accommodato the actiou of the democratic primary. Public. my oflice. I take reat pleasure in rec ject tions for commercial travrlcri and fine rooms for A Serious Undertaking. the dltploy of tsmplet. ommending it. Kespectfully yours, , Special stlentlonjto Commercial Men t will open on January tilth, iSat a Chappie I was vewy gweatly im-K. E. Morton, ! W G It KEN. Proprietor. Dairy, Irom which I cau supply any quantity ol ;A!First-Cla8- s 321 1 North College Slreet. pwessedby Doctah Plausible's sermon Saloon Jersey milk to the people of Hanlord and JOK CARSON, Manager Lincoln county and It a at the following prices, delivered: on Sunday, when ho spoko of tho necesFor sale by A. IJ Penny, Druggist, asks Candidate fr Jailer of themtelvet to any Aid MILLIARD and POOL nOOMS attached hit friends not to commit JOSEPH COrTKV. jo cents sity of having a sewious object in life. Stanford. one elte. at he it forced to ttay at home and work Fresh Milk, per gallon Hit candidacy it subject to the action ol the DemSk.imrr.ed Milk, pir gallon to cents And I'm going to do it too. ocratic party. 8 cents Cutter Milk, per gallon MEANS BUSINESS. Cholhe Going to turn missionary, Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., I will make two trips daily. The patronage of the dealt boy? Ik'Y your school bookH and school supi satiate J public 1UM. .1 J G. A. Chappie Hardly, but I've made up plies of all kinds at A. H. Penny's. Miners snd thippert ol the GKNUINK yr, Stanford, Ky etH. I have returned from the cities with atuce linn my mind to tool n dwag. Truth. rl Mllliucry which I will sell for a small profit. Watciiks, clocks and jewelry repaired Goodt leftover, atfreih at thn season's goods, KIKE AND STORM and warranted. Engraving a specialty, Notice to the Traveling Public. from last season, I HI uHl t No Conflilfiice. at A. II. Penny's. Try it. We are th sal. htkai. i.. Vi.Mr..j ... ... have had "Youah teeth twubblinjr you ngain, Rowland t..i. COST FOR THE CASH;0NLY, roadcrossingOflice crier ol Deixtt in-- .! The soda water syrups at A. II. PenWeggio, dealt boy? Why don't you go ny's arn mnde with pure fruit juices and o .. . Representing II ICG INS A WATTS. The reason I do thlt it to reduce my ttock of to youah wegulur dentist then?" are delightful. Try them. At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and guodt so I will be sole ta kIIouI tny busmit. al "Because, deah chuppie, I learned toHartford, of Hartford, Conn.; have in connection with Hotel one of the best sathe first opportunity. TO rait and loons In the State, open day and night; a night day that ho doesn't even fill his own I)r M.J Davit is a prominent physician of Manchester, of Manchester, Knj;.; my cordially I invite theladiet to nl their examine patron- also solicit a share man meets all trains. In connection with Hnuw teeth, goodt and a fellah who hasn't that much Lewis, Cast county, Iowa, and hat betn acutely age have also one of the best Mineral wells in the btatt practice of medicine at that place in Manlord, Ky Philadelphia; and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs confidence in himself I'm nfwaid to engagedpast the years. for the u en route On theaolh of May, while Pennsylvania Fire, G V. Patrick. Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd In to Chicago, he was in Iei Molnet warren, Stanford, ut, twust, don't you bee?" Brooklyn Life. gram, trin, lenn.A. A. ANU LINCOLN COUN IV. with an attack nt dlarrluca. Having Ins. Co. of North America. TTIiat a Sweet Mtiiuntvl tho worst." -. 11 ji Moving swiftly across tho room, she 313111 .9 36 an lnid her hand tenderly upon his shoul107pm der. His being thrilled with renewed The latter trains alio carry patsengert. courage. The above it calculated on standard time. Solar "Then you have trust in me?" ho eaint is about so minutes latter. gerly exclaimed. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. She smiled. "Can you doubt me?" she asked in Trains pass Junction City as follows: "When you came to No. , Veittbule Limited, 11.50 sweet reproach. a. m.; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, 3.55 a. m. ; No. 5., mo and told mo you had caught 47 brook New Orleans Kxprcst, is 17 a. m ; No. 7., Local, trout, each of n weight of one ponnd and 11.12 p.m.; No. 9 , Illue Grass Veotibale, 840 p. upward, I believed you. Why, then, M. Xo. , Vestibule Limited, 6.4S p. m. ; No. 4., Fast Mail, J 31 p m ; No. 6 , Chlga-C- should you question me now?" Supported by her lovo ho laughed the Limited, 3.17 a. m , No. , Local, J.55 s. ui.; No. 10, Klue Grass Special, 6 a m. world to scorn. Detroit Tribune. " South Erprett train " South " " North Local Freight North ' South.... , M .- Train naves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning Crushed and hmnillnted he stood beat s:o p. m. fore Iho woman ho loved and awaited L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. liia fato. "Speak," ho groaned; "I am prepared Mail train going North .11 7 pm for Ruin had overtnkeu him. I'ut to the Test. tho looks of this man," said o visitor to the dinio museum. "What's ho hero for?" $10 "I don't see anything remarkablo nbout How He IJcrnine n Freak. W. F. NcCLARY Is a Candidate for Superintendent ol Pdhlic bchoolt for Lincoln County, subject to the action of the Democracy. Garrard'-:- English and CUt ileal College, For males and femslrt, 3P" pm stay in "That mnn," said tho lecturer, "took homo with him after n two weeks' Chicago."-J)otr- oit J. A. GIVENS sub- Lancaster, Ntxt session : : 51I1. Kentucky, Freo Pres3. Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, ject to the action of the Democratic party. .- 1 North-boun- -- O & arraneementt with the East Ten- ' netse JeHtcoCoal Co., I ant now prepared to sell you Jellico Coal at the lowest possible marSALE OE LAID, STOCS UD CMP, gin. 1 find that by paving cash and telling for Sad Havoc. 91. cash 1 can sell much cheaper, so come and u? me Western Man Wo had a terrible conand tee how little money will buy jour Winter flagration in Dugout City last week. It a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action supply ol thlt Coal, the best on the market Thanking you fur pail favors and soliciting a If not told or traded Privately before, t will tell of the democracy. Only 17 houses left standing. cmtleuance of same, I am respectfully yours, publLly on She Was Interested. Husband Our office boy died today, and I think you ought to go to the fu It a candidate for Jailer, subject the democratic party. neml. Wife I'd liko to know why? Husband For tho past month ho has G. been eating the lunches you havo put up It a Candidate for Jailer, subject for me. Life. the Democracy. DINK FARMER to the action tSj The course d teaching thorough, thn buildings and grounds Young ladies beautiful and rates reatonable. boarded In the College; young gentlemen boarded In the town. For further particulars a.idrethe MILTON KLLIOTT. President, bgins Sept. THE P. 0. MILLINERY. post-offic- Call at the e room and see the cf Largest and Boat Seloctod Stock '1 W. DEIIORD to the action ol TO COAL BURNERS Of Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity Having? made Of Millinery in town bound to pleats you. 10 he goods and pnect arc MRS'P T COURTS. F. ELKIN, JNO. BRIGHT Friday, Sept. E. KENNEDY, W.E.DAWSON, For Sal. J Honte-lud.lan- Pure JOHN BAILEY, ('.ran-vill- o JOHN 9IERSHON TO TEX ZiADZZS. 1 FOR PRIVATELY. EMMETT HHu PRICE. sick-nes- Tit-Bit- s. Tit-Bit- s. nrj -- C. D. FOWEXX, PETER HAMPTON, Commercial Hotel, CZXTBRAX STOBX, THE 60FFEY HOUSE Stanford, Kentucky, d JOSEPH COFFEY, Pror. T. First-Cla- ss T. J. HATCHER Row-lan- d ji-- ll MILLINERY. -t J. BAUGHMAN, 1 Tb.9 Sh.ol.toxi Souse, INSURANCE AGENT T Original Jellico Coal. . 1 The People of Stanford frlamilton, Rowland, Mr. ana Mrs. I'. 11. Johnson, 'New Haven, Jim Cox, Grcensburg. Rates $i per day. J M. Pctrey, clerk. Give me a call. o8ory I. W. CARRIER, Prop. D. E. Proctor, C. 11. Braum. Mr. and Mrs. T. V. ".Making; liny While tliu . Mm Shines." .! THE F. RILEY B. HOUSE London, RILEY. Proprietor, - - - Kentucky. Life, liability, he procured a 75 cent butt c, t dotr s ol Will inturc againtt which completely cured lnm The excitement icies promptly ittued. lightning. Lightning torna doet, wind storms and and change ot water and diet incident to traveladditional charge without Ktery one should ing often produce a diarrhoea Olfice at Kirtt National Hank Stanford. procure bottle of this remedy before leaving home I'ortaleby W II McKobertt, Druggist, Manford. .STANI'ORD. sold Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Ticuiedr for the past 17 ears, and knowing its re Companlet. I would All of which are firtt-cla- tt he pleated to wait o nmy friends in this line. Pol. claut-etattach- How Millinery. h. jusl re My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, turned trtxn the cities with an clegaiit line ( millinery, embracing 1 hanking vou lor ynur likeral patrons;, for Ice I rcipstlfully u.jumi Ut continuance ilurlng the coming sratou Imlrctl I espett all to use the latt sea on, . ALL OF THE NOVELTIES Of the teatxii, ol which she will hat She also engaged a c MANUFACTURED For thewi I 11 ICE, 1 have moved to my new Hotel and am better tatcpered than eer to accoinmodatn the public i0va Uvery attached and every coaxemeoce desired. Give me a call.a1MA KRANK RILEY. -- Deceitful. Dodd You by his looks. V.OWLAN'D, KY. DEALER IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, can't always judgo a man For instance, tako Whis-kerl- y. Hasmoved into his new store at the junction of pikes the Stanford & Crab Orchard and "Cut-off- " prepared ut Rowland and It now better than ever to please the trade In both Todd IIo'.s shabby enouglu Dodd I know it. But I succeeded in borrowing & from him yesterday. Clothier and Furnisher. The success of Mrs. Annie M lleam, of I'emuvlvania. in the treatment ol diar- rhira in herchildren will undoubtedly be of inter-e- st to many mothers. She says: "I spent teter-a- l witjks in Johnstown, l'a alter the great flood, on account of my husband being employed there We had several children with us, two ot whom I got seme of look the diarrhoea very badly Chambcrlsin'sCnllc, Cholcntand Dlarrhira Itemed)' fiom Rev, Mr Chapman. It cured both of them. I know of several other cates where it wat equally tuccesMul. I think it cannot b excelled and chtvrfully recommend it." 5 and ? cent bottles for tale bj W II. Mcltoberts, Stan, ford, Kv. Mr Thomas Katie, editor of the Graphic, Arkautat, haslound what he believes to Ills exbe the best remedy existence for tlux Ho ay perience it well worth remembering "Last Summer I i.ad a tevere attack of tlux. I tried almost rvcrv known remedy, none giving relief. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy was recommended to me, 1 purchased a bottle and rtcelvcd almost Immediate relief. I continued to ute the medicine and was entirely cured, I take pleasure in recommending thit remedy to any perton suffering with such a illseaic, at 111 my opinion it l the best meuiclne In exigence.'" 25 and 50c botllet for sale by V II Mc Roberta, 'hruggiit, Stanford. 1 a, irsi i.,,!. t... . irtuwt institution Second, the Ire it absolutely nl chemically pure, being nwie I1.111 spring walrr. which U lirstilistilled and thru carefully hltrrcif Dress-Make- r. Firt-Clas- s befure being froteii I hird, Artifiual Ice will . much longer than ik nd j.e At JohnMjnefee'su w brick on Depot,ttet, b Call and examine my stock of Millinery belere of cholera it looked for Jurirgloiuth, an sptdemic the year ami nothbuying and lease eur order for )our dretset ing is mi apt to produce or tpread thlt disease '1 hanking jou for past favurs wit solicit same is Impure ater or Ice. I'iflh, it ill be be glad to accommodate all Whowill at all timet MAHV DAVlS:i)UI)Dr.RAR. with good rigs at reasonable ratct. My 'Hut will as TIIOMASs VEAGKR. JAMKS YKAGLR. Doors meet all K C. traint. ?," ;-- mm m lull control stable, J. W. RAMSEV, Pro'r., J jjunverea Kccruianvana Punctn. all t your 1 VEAGER & YEAGER, LIVE;,;, FSSD AND SALE STABLE, work Come to Rowland for size only fr so per dnien, Card $1. I will make negatives at Crab Orchard every Saturday at tame STANFORD, ratet Hoping the cltirens will'take advantage of thete ratet and encourage me in my good works, We are In our new ttaMe in the Opera Houst I am, respectfully. Block and arc well tuppllid with KRANK CORDIKR. first-cla30-i- m PHOTOGRAPHS Ctbinet I IKvery morning at the following Prices os or er J jopoun.lt to 100 45 per hundred. tor 10 to to pwudt.. .. . $oc per hundred No lett than 10 poundtidehvrrtd, For 10 oc per hundred At the Sriitlde. Mr. Shabby Genteel I desiro to put Etc. He has recently added greatly to his stock up at this hotel. and having no rent to pavand no lot! by bad debit Clerk Have you any baggage? tie can sell you goods cheaper than any body. Call 57)T and get his pticet befrre buying Mr. Shabby Genteel No, air. Clerk In that case tho first thing you put up will bo $10 in advance. Texas Siftings. 3TOCK. OlP.'.OOOUrf, I?mC.K8, K. IIKK.MI.lt 01 TJ Tho Feooa Valley. The finett fruit belt of New Mexico. No fall lire in crops under irrigation if properly attended to. All fruitt gruwn in California can be grown In New Mexico, except oranget and lemons. Land from $15 to $30 per acre ou 10 years' time, at 6 per cent. Call on or address. K. M. .MUlUlAft, U II. a., blanlord, Ky. "NEW RIGS AND HORSES urnoutt will leave the stable.;) 7 COME to SEE ME. Having purchased the a but first-clt- it U Buclclln'tj Much Metier. Grocery tail at pwjble : Business Of J . V'. Ramsev, lam increasing the stock as and will noon have it Complete in Every Par- ticular. caii at my store on Lancaster street and caake a to j our interest to trade with tne. 3 "How do you like your new lady help, Mrs. Todgers?" "I should like her a good deal more, Mrs. Bodgers, if sho was a littlo less tho lady and a littlo more of a help." -- Tit-Bits. The belt salve In the world tor cuts, bruitet soret, ulcers, salt rheum, fover tores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblain., corns and all skin erup tions and potttivtly cures piles, or no pay required. It it guaranteed to giv. periect satisfaction l'rice 35 cents per box. or money refunded, vor sale by A. R. Penny, Sunlord. Ky. Arnica Salve. Give tlicmra Call. CRAB ORCHARD I tt B . A Strain 011 Patriotism. BANK STANFORD, -:- I wjll W.C. HUTCHINCS. II. Cattleman. Jolia A. G. Lanham castlo in Europe. What has bocomo of tho Hon. Mr. Silvertongue, tho great American pati iot? Host Oh, ho ot rich and lxmght a New York Weekly. Tim Cliuiigc orTiine. Homo Comer When Ilaby wat alclc, we gav her Castor!. When tdits taa a Child, she cried for Castorla. When glio became Miss, aha clung to Castor!. When sho had Children, she gpvethem Caatorla. THE JEWELER - SPRINGS. This famed Summer Retort, with its Sur-""- " ; e 4 4-- ROYAL Insarance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&GASTLEMAiN MANAGERS,; Stock Most Complete j. 3tViW Maiden When Frank first met mo and All Free I lived in a hrownstono house, ho was T bote who have used Dr. King's New Dlscov very devoted. But now how different! not. ery know its value and those who have on have Friend It seema to have boon a case now the opportunity to try it free. CallIree. the adSend vertised druggitt and get a tual bottle of lovo at first faite. Exchange. your name to H. E. Rucklen ft Co., Chicaco. arid One Kind. t Qjjkrir Tho Impecunious Suitor Do you believe in love in a cottage? Tho Wealthy Widow Yes, if it's a $100,000 one at Newport or Lenox. -- Oommerce Building, Louisville , Vogue. Agents throughout the South. w. TEIBBLE, Local .STANFORD, KV. Ag-ont- It Sllein.il n m. Mr. Sappy There's uothiug liko saying tho right thing at tho right timo. She Yes; there's keeping your month nhut when yon have nothing to say. Truth. 1 postage stampt we will mall you our Siuvenir Portfolio of iho World'a Columbian hxpositlon. The regular price is 50c, but as we want ou to sou haveonewe make the price nominal, prized. will It lied it a work of Att and a thing to be buildings, contains lull page views ol the great and Is executed In tho with description of turne highest style ol art. If not salltfied with it after you get it we will refund the ttamps and let you keep the book Address H K. llucklen A Co , Chicago, 111. geta trial bottle of Dr. King's New Lite I'll s as well at a copy of Guide to Health and Household you good and cost you nothing at A. R Penny's drugstore. See the World'B Fair for 15 CentH. Upon receipt or your addict! and is cents in Emmm A V&sHs? Healing "Wator3 and Restful froundinjc, ez&&L Is Now Open for thcRc-- , ccpUonarGucstK. '" Health and pleasure seek ers will find this ill la m ii t?a ClorKs.3 w "7fe-rrTvJ- Ti!!&Z"TiS" 777 mm Vug N rfv rniTsrnrzi lL,ll3llJ 'vSilverwars AN ADMIRABLE PLACE To recover their wonted health and energies and at the same time secure quiet, home like fare at o star mid lett hind enarges. SK hands high, I 37 Rock J3ottom Trices. Prompt personal attention given to repair work. One call will convince you that this is the place to trade. Reasonable Rates. lr ce of Hoard from 5; to $ia perjweck, Fo further information apply to GUS HOFMANN, Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky. l have at mv Place a deen liar Maro with small foot while, good mane and tall, Owner can get her by paying H. H.CROW. ..U.I-- , ." iwSM.ti tiii'ii ,sA. s mt,l kvm ii JW ,at-is- i ij$r- - r.&dj .'. M & XA'