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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893081501 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. wV i Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXI. About New Mexico. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. AUGUST 15. 1893. -- NO. 48 CRAB ORCHARD. CHURCH i Co tlie Editor Interior joarnal.) Since I came home from N. M. I livo been naked many qtU'Htions about tho country, climate, kc, Its udvanUKi'B anil dlsAdvnnUiKL'fl. So in order to save time I will let the I. J. do some of the talking for me. There were seven of us together, Messrs. HayH, Hood and Linvllle, of .Somerset; Dr. Perkins, of Ileo Lick, Qooch, of Wnyneoburg, J. H. Uailey, of Crab Orchard, and myself. Tula party was chaperoned by Col. James Mnssle, of Ablline, Tox., who is one of the nicest men I ever met He was with us durlmt the entiro trip and we found him to ho a perfect gentleman iu every respect. Ho Jh the agent for the Pecos Valley Irrigation and Improvement Company and is on the road all tho time, We also had tho pleasure of meeting Mr. Kddy. the founder of the town of Eddy, also tho president of tho company. AFFAIRS. Miss Delia Hughes, h Lancaster Mrs. Sam Hughes, of Danville, with Iter. II. H.Caldwell will preach at beauty, is visiting Mrs. Clco Urowu at her two anuet little children, nnd her Walnut Flat Friday night, Saturday Mt. Vernon. sister, Katie Hicks, were guests of Mrs. night and Sunday morning at II o'clock. DANVILLE, KY. ' Brother Frank continue to improve W. K. Buchanan, Sunday. Tlio now Catholic church in this The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. nnd his physicians entertain the belief We had a Blight hint that there is to city will he dedicated Sunday, Aug. L'O, a full itistructinn that lit) will noon recover. ho another wedding next month. And by Right Rev. Bishop McCloskey, of Withadapted course of study, both English and Classical While thp routw olthe tame time is to to prepare young men for the Freshman Clrs, it is intended at Dr. Louis McMurtry, of Louisville, right bete wo siy tho lady is mighty Louisville. Tho services will bo very a liberal I.nglish education to any who desire it In connection with the Academy, B and W. C. "rice, of Danville, visited pretty and sweet and the man is lucky interesting. HarroJsburg Democrat. A Lnncaster on Friday evening and were who gets hor. Rev. W. A. Siaymaker, who assisted Has been established In the Home and under the personal cootiol ef the Principal. Regular ttudy cordially greeted by their many friends Mrs. J. II. Huffman nnd family, who Rev. Henry Miller in a meeting at hours uuder the supervision of the Principal and assistants and the restraints and RCernment of nnd acquaintances. came over from Loxington to enjoy our last week, says that six persons a Christian home are combined with the belt educational advantages. For further particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc., address Tim committee appointed at tho healing waters, returned to that city professed religion during the time, makJAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville. Ky. citizens' nievtlug to look nfter tho water Saturday. They are a most interesting ing ten or more up to the time ho left. works of the town have hopes of secur- and pleasant family with many friends Tho 4th quarterly meeting of Staning and think it will not belong until here. ford charge will he field at McKendree the town is supplied with an abundance Mrs. J. R. Lawlebs andllttlo Jimtnie church next Saturday and Sunday. Dr. of excellent water. Scott, of Lexington, are here at their H. P. Walker, the Presiding Elder, will A congregational meeting of the old home. Mr. Lawless has his house preach Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Presbyterian church has been called for nearly completed and we are rejoiced at also Saturday night and Sunday. Colleges; Three Training Schools. Fifteen departments of study. Healthful location Ir Saturday, Aug. 11), at 4 v. m , which all having them with us again. Mr. W. Cohiiin, Ky., Aug. 1 . John Bell Three the heart ox the Blue Grass Region. Gymnasium nnd Athletic ground. Moderate expense the inemberH of the church ami congre- Stuart Myers, of St. Louis, is with friends Gibson's meeting continues at this place, (ICO to fJW. Attendance last cession G33 front thirty States and countries. For full informatioc ind catalogue apply to II. Itl.ANTOX, V. V., Chancellor, Richmond, Kentucky. gation are requested to ntteud, as busi- iiere after a long absence. with 30 additions to date. Town stirred ness of importance in to be transacted. The many friends of Harve Helm through and through. More than 100 The first rain that has fallen in I. an rejoice ut his success and feel that the people could not get in the house last caster for several weeks was on Fridry county has made a wise choice. Hav- night. F. C. Button, Principal Corbin TIIK CLIMATIC. night. It was a good one and has re- ing known him since his boyhood we Academy. The climate in tho Pecos Valley is de- freshed the earth and benefited the (eel J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. The meeting at the Christian church safo in saying that old Lincoln will lightful. Tho thermometer often stands crops materially, for which, in the lanbe proud of him and that he will closed on Sunday night with 10 at lOVand 1101 in tho middle of the dny, guage of Brother Barnes, "Praise the jet sustain six by confession, as the visible fully the confidence placed in 1893. but the heat is not bo oppressive as it Lord." results. It is safe to say that no sehim. , very would be hero at 05 '. You can rest School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and The most troublesome thing on the Mrs. Annie Lord left Sunday for her ries of sermons over preached hero re Full corps of Conservatory and Normal Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. comfortably intheshado with a heavy public square at present is a hen with An. Eicelicnt boarding department. home in Frankton, Ind., and took her ceived more attention and were bo coat on for there is a delightful hree.e 1.1 chickens. bo very brother Jim Sigler with her. Mr. and worthy of it. Under the electric light She seems to stirring most all the time. proud of her progeny and does not seem Mrs. Alexander returned to their home that Elder C. S. Lucas brought to bear About tho products of tho valley: to realize the fact that they will soon be at New Liberty Sunday after a pleasant upon the "hidden mysteries" of the BiThey raise most everything there that large enough to fry. stay with Mrs. Win. Stuart. Prof. S. I). ble, they were made clear and the better in mined In Kentucky and many that Tho docket of the Circuit Court, Willis !b hero working up an interest in understood passages were clothed in a are not, such as alfalfa and different wiucn convenes on trie 'Jlat Inst., is reFALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. his school, which opens next mouth. beauty that gave them additional interkinds of fruits. Alfalfa is raised thore markably light. Very few suits ha7e Mr. Joe Carson and family are visiting est. Bro. Lucas created and left an imA SCHOOL AND HOME FOR GIRLS. iu great abundance; its average is nbout been brought and with the exception of Mrs. Drooks and K. pression for good here that will gather Good Faculty; superior advantages; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and special J. Carson. (i tilx tons per acre, In cut from 3 to some criminal cases there will be but Crab Orchard has been on the war in force till the judgment. The prayers inducements offered to those who desire to make teachers. Our aim is to make our pupils thorough times a year and is worth from 10 to little business to occupy the time of the path this week several knock downs, of all of God's people and the good wish The College has been recently rented, and a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, $18 per ton. Don't think there are many court. M. G. THOMSON, Principal. 33 arrests and tines and one man had to es of all others will follow him wherever &c.,have been added. This has been an unfortunate year farmers, even in the bluo grass action, go to jail. A gentleman who once lived he goeB. that realize as much on their lands. Wo for tho World's Fair. It commenced in here was heard to say ho hardly felt The Sugar Grove Picnic. also had the pleaauro of eating some trouble and is likely to end in trouble. that he was in Crab Orchard, all was so very line fruit, such as apples, peaches Among tho managers, men and women, (Kdltiir Inlerinr Jou'nal J old memories have been apricots, plums, crabs, etc. Saw some there has beenau iucessant wrangle and (pilot, but Saturday morning dawned very awakened by this week's work and we lino vineyards, one of (MO acres, but the scarcely anything has been done that for picnicera, but by ten suppose he feels once more at home. grapes were not ripe, so wo did not en- has not met with opposition. The cholo'clock the roin ceased and hundreds of Whisky is of course tho cause of all the joy them bo well. Fruit trees are much era scare has prevented foreigners from people gathered in Mr, O. 1 Newland's trouble, as it always is. moiu thrifty there than here and the visiting tho Fair, the Sunday opening night nditliculty arose be- woodland to meet tho Sugar Grove Saturday has been a cause of general disturbance, fruit Is not as faulty. Sunday-school- . This is one of the most is not so good there as we nowcomes the report of yellow fover tween the Kennedy brothers and Frank prosperous Sunday-schoolThe water in the counh Mr. P. lirooks, of Gum Sulphur. New stock, styles and shades. have hero for it is not so cold, but it is and new cases of cholera. Tt is iu prog-re- ts ty and affords some of the brightest and espoused tho cause of the Kenue-dy- s at a time when tho business of the there in creat abundance. There is one nnd was considerably cut by Hrooks. most intelligent children that can be Aiirlnir miles above Kddy that Hows country is deranged; no sale for the Tho recitaOne gash reached from behind his car to found in any community. J0,000,000 every 21 bourn. Tho Pecos products of the earth, no money oven his check, laying the flesh wide open. tions nuil essays were nil well gotten up river is supplied wholly by springs, to put them upon tho market, hanks Ono nearly severed his right wrist and and beautifully rendered. Space forbids which are very numerous along its suspending by tho wholesale all over the special mention of nil who deserve it, Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, country; hundreds of thousands of men another scalp tTouiui. Drs. Kdmiston, but we must say the babies of the tchool banks and in thts river bed. Pettus nnd Docres sewed up tho wounds Landreth's Garden Seed at Wo had some very line sport between and women rit of employment, who are and tho patient is doing as well as could Myrtlo Manuel, Tevis Collier and Beulah of 93 begging their brothers of the earth a distance Kddy and he expected after tho loss of so much Edwards, did exceedingly well. When "To give them leave to toil," miles, which wo drove in 12 hours, little Myrtle, aged five years, assumed a blood. No nrrests have been made. shooting at antelope, jack rabbits, prai Millions of money have been frittered prayerful attitude nnd lisped the Lord's NewDrug Store, Stanford, Ky. There will be a prayer meeting at He dogs, Ac Mr. Uailey claimed to he away iu this World's Fair tomfoolery prayer, tears were seen in many eyes every Wednesday the crack shot of the party, hut we ttiat could have been tiseul for far better the Christinu church unused to weeping. Little Tevis recited Mr. Chauncey M. Depow, night to which everyone is kindly incould not get him to shoot any. Said purposes. 'Mnttie's Wants and Wished" and the orator and sago of Now vited, except those who m.ike the meet- baby talk was imitated perfectly. it would be no sport to him and ho the Litwanted to gle us a chance. Of. comae York, claimed not lorn; since that the ing a convenient time for having a good tle Beulah rendered "Something to do," we know Mr. Uailey has been on several country was prosperous, and as an evi- time talking and laughing, Come with in a manner easily mistaken for a trainhunting expedition, but wo didn't see dence of that (Hct said tho railroad trav- one purpose to serve God and show ed elocutionist. The song hy iho infant tho ame, we just take his word for it. el was as great as ever. Hu has chanced gratitude for blessinps received. Kev, class, "Littlo Feet be Careful," with little Hriney preached Saturday and Sunday I don't ask anybody to take my word his mind and iu consequence of tho fall Bird Peter as organist, was played and Uov. AnderI say nbout this country. iugoll in travel, has withdrawn from ut the Christian church. for anything sung in a manner that would rellect Go and Hee for yourself. For my part, 1 tho New York Central four fast Chicago son, of Tennessee, preached at tho Bap- credit upon children of larger growth , hope to bo there by ho llrst of Septom-her- trains in the last few days. Ho says tist church last Thursday night. nnd better advantages. Tho organists, Ken- "there isn't business enough to keep and hope to meet many of my Mr. Sam Maireo is homo after a long aged re.pecttvely 11 and 15 yearB, played W. S. Hkai.ki. them K'oiug. It is not lack of disposition stay in Shelhyville, Ind. Mrs. Leila Liv- every song in perfect time and the mutucky friends there. o to Chicago; it's the general busi- ingston, husband and baby, are at Dr. sic was an enjoyable feature of the dnv. A Sedentary Occupation, ness depression " Mr. Do Pew has a Doores'. They visited the World's Fair The speakers invited to address the Sunplenty of sitting down and not much Hue education; a glib tongue and a keen before coming here. Mrs. Kobt. Pitman day school iu the afternoon, thinking oxerelse, ought to have Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets to o with It. They ab- eye for the almighty dollar. He claimed and children, of Parksviile, are with tho morning bo inclement tho picnic Mr. Chris Hutch solutely and permanently cure cuustipa not loni; since to be a political prophet, Mrs. Ilhoda would be a failure, did not put in their tion. One tiny, sogar coated Pellet is a but tho result showed that he was not ison has moved into the house formerly appearance, except Kev. W. E. Arnold regulator, n gentle laxative even a distant relativoof a corrective, a prophet. It occupied by G. W. Lee. Messrs. S.m and Will Hansford, Jr. Tho Sunday-schoThey are the smallest, tho easiest to is indebted to the former for a take nnd the inont nutural remedy no is strange, yet nevertheless true, that and F.thel Scott, of Somerset, havo you may take a man of over average in joined their mother and brother here. timely talk on "What Shall wo do For reaction afterward. Nek Headache, ATHeadache, Indigestion, DiliotiH At tellect and by constant petting make a Mrs. Jennie Burke has gonu to visit her our Children "" and to the latter for an tacks and nil stomach and bowel fool of him. Ho hears so much of his sister, Mrs. Steinbergen, of Paris, nnd excellent discourse on '"The Future of are prevented, relieved Hiid greatness that ho is impressed with tho fioin there she goes to Lexington where the Youth of Last, but not cured. quickly cured idea that it is a reality and his conduct she will reside. Jtnie Stephen liurch least, tho dinner was not suggestive of A "cold in the head" is by Dr. Nine's Catarrh Remedy. So is thereafter is based solely upon the paid our town a short visit last week. breaking hanks ami hard tiinps. The catarrh, headache and every trouble cherished belief that all that has been Mr. W. K. Buchanan is spemlin a ladies of the Sugar Grove neighborhood caused by catarrh So is catarrh itself. said iu praise of his wonderful attainwith his family here. well know how to prepare a dinner un any case The proprietors oiler i')00 for ments is true. excelled in quantity and quality and nil which they cannot cure. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. were abundantly fed. The neighborDANVILLE. .FOR, prominent ihiiclan of I)r M.J Davis i responded heartily A little girl of George H. Brown, ing Sunday-schooLewis, Ca county, Iowa, aud has been Local tkalera nro olloriiiK IS cents of medi me it that place eliiraKtil In tlio practice about three years old, sullered a terrible to the invitation to be present and for for the past H yer. On tlio rfith of May, while for whoat. Molnrs en route to Chicago, he v.a sudaccident this morning which caused her miles around were well represented. in li denly taVen with an muck ot diarrhea. Having . J. A. HiiGiie-l- bold his ihitiro crop death. The little child was eating We are proud of our Sunday-schoo- l and sold Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea lUuiMy for the past 17 jears, and knowing Its re of '!KJ whisky, S00 harrcls, to it Now breakfast witii a knife and fell from the all who can attend are urged to do so doses ot liability, ho procured a s cmt bottle, York iirni for Il'i cents per Rallon. It chair, the knife striking the lloor and until winter forces us to close until which completely cured lum The escllemeiit to nnd clianse ol water and dirt incident one travel- was a good eale. going down her throat. Mie died in Bpring, when we hopa to open again, should Kvery ing often produce a diarrhoea Tlio Danville eernh nine defeated about three minutes. w ith renewed vigor. T. procure n bottle of tint remedy before lea in,; home. Kor sale by W II. MckoberU, Druggist, tho Junction City team Thursday hy a M.mford Bucklln'a Arnica Salve. scoro of -- .) to 10. Nichols and Temple Nashville, Tenn., March 0, ISIK!. The or The best salve tor The ucce at Mil. Annie M Hmiii, 01 and Morrow and Mdloherta weru the Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn., ores, ulcers, salt in the world sores, cuts, bruises rheum, fever Pennsylvania, in the treatintnt tetter, chapIt gives mo exceeding ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup Gentlemen: iu hcrchildrcn will undoubtedly be of Inler-o- t hatteriea for Danville. sever, ent and to many mothers. She says. "I pleasure to speak of your Antiseptic, as tlons It positively cures piles, or no pay requirMr. F. Hays, of Louisville, accomthe ureal flood, is kivv perfect al wveki n Johnstown, !'.. 'ter employed there I consider it something wonderful in ed. moneyguaranteed to Price 35 centstatisiactios refunded. per box, of my hmbaud heme or on account ot whom panied hy Mr. S. Straus, manager of tho tho way of medicine. My old servant, yor sale by A. K. I'enuv, Stanford, Ky. We had several children with 111, Itwo very badly. cut seme of Louisville store, Georgetown, was here Albert, who is - years old, was very took the diarrhira Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and IMnrrha-pneumonia, complicated with from Kev, Mr Chapman. It cured both ol yesterday arrunpiic for the opening of a sick with 1 called in them. I know of .everal I ether cases where it now dry oods, shoe nnd notion store in heart trouble and dropsy. think it cannot be wase.iuatly succesitul. my family physician ami gave him every recnmmetid It" as and j. Danville, September 1st. Advocate. '...! Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Adattention, hut the doctor finally told me When Hub) was sick, n pave her Castorl. rini bo tie. for tale' 'by W, 15. Mcltol.ertt, Stan. R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. dress. was no hope and tho only thing When she, was n ChIM, she cried for Cnitoria. there ford, Kv. ....- The Eminent Specialist Will be Here. that could bo done was to make him When sho becamo Jliss, tho clunff to Casioriv ... Il.in.. editor of the (raphic.Tex At this Dr. Applemau will make his regular comfortable until tho end. believe, to When she had Children, she gMethera Castorl. arkaoa. Arkanta., hat louud what he - visit to Stanford next Tuesday, Aui. 15, time I decided to give him Stockton's be the best icneuy m .i..... wcrth remembering, lie ray. Beemed to be performing ,,lnce is well nt the Myers House, where wo advise Antiseptic, as it j.i ,.t Summer I nad a tevere attack 01 lux .... almost miracles for others. It was given mu.lti nnna irivinir r all those sutlering from tho various dis- in regular doses every three hours and 7rffi "KB cVcWeVa'and ",i,W a & eases, tho treatment of which tho doc the fever began to decrease from the wii recommended to me. I purchased Electric Blttord. little and received almost Immediate relief I tor makes a specialty, to call and con first do80 nnd a decided improvement .... tht mtMiiciMH anu wai cnuicir This remtdy is becoming so well known and so Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st.; wareroom, paint dny. tho : All who ST:i:.pT.i.i-tHu:- lth . uch a suit with him. He treats everybody was noticed sitting first nnd in a In three week he have used Electric Hitter sing the same song of up and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. ..Jv In nntf ticriuil uiisih " '',i..n it I. the belt medicine in exist right and in the two years he has been days lie was is re- praise A purer medicine docs not exist and It is ' W. II. Mc coming to our city has made many was back at his work as usual and consci- guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric - '.S and ioc bottle, for eeI Hitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidfriends and eU'ected many cures where gaining in strength very fast. old Roberts. Druggist, cUanlnrJ. man's neys, will remove 1'itnples, lloils.Salt Khcum and By nil means entiously believe it saved the of Racine, other physicians (ailed. other affections caused by impure blood; will life. Respectfully yours, Silas and Dorothy Jones, go nnd see him. drive malaria from tho system and prevent as Sicaimgiit, We guarantee tho Willi S?Sign Work, artistic and plain. --1B Frank well as cure all malarial fevers Korcureot Head- A specialty. near l'omeroy, O., celehrated No. 5 Noel Block. ache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Electric marriage. Mrs. Jones' give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. work to Tho monthly statement shows that annlvereary of Hitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money aged there aro$250,8S1.0:Hn tho Kentucky For Bale by A. K. Penny, Druggist, refunded. I'rlco 50c and $t per bottle at A. R. CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky mothor died in July last nt Letait, I'enny's drug store Stttte Treasury. Stanford. 105 years. i espe-ela'lfui-n- Centre College Academy. Home Boarding and Training Department y ith Mid-dlesbo- k' CENTRAL university st WHHiH.B.l i. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 5th Jaddi-lion- s, (DIUMISTIAN COMJSGE, Huatonvillo. Zy. SEASONABLE GOODS. 4 WALL PAPER & ALABASTINE Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. s Par-ris- , Wo Bo MtelMMBIEmOLl Elegant ITew Stock of 9 after-dinne- r f Hit-niu- ol Uil-Io- Rugs, Carpets, Mattings -- " few-day- s Severance & Son Candies, Lunches, Fruits, &c, ls Fancy GrQceries,Breatl, Cakes, Pies fo dtar-rhi- CALLONR.ZIMMER THE BAKER. 7- Hem-ej- y A Good Meal for 25 Cts. Fro'ra. ex-!-- .., M.n-rfn- llv -- NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL ATJSTIXT, T .r. ! House Painting and Paper Hanging y i ssWiJ Vfrf&PlBfllf? - JTft i'WV'l Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Skvjwal well laid plnns. for outbreaks j The flro losses In the U. S. nnd Can- in the penitentiary of lute, tlmt were for adafor Julv wereSl'J. 11S.000. Tho loss ea bo far this year aggregate $1)8,101,300. A lot of drunken boyH, headed by a i r ft i s i i w Tho wife of Capt. A. K. Lair, of Scott, was killed by the discharge of a kuocked shot gun she accidentally down. That you may have some idea of the enormous bargains we arc offering. In fact, a visit to our store will The Studebaker wagon works, at South Bend, Ind., have resumed work after a mouth's idleness, giving work to ,00 men. Leu Grayson, aged 15, was fatally injured at Martin's Ferry, Ohio, by the explosion of a boiler used in running a And you'll sing a medley in our praise. We keep abreast with the times and realize the fact that prices must be in accord with the prevailing toy engine. The soldiers at Briceville, Tenn., They have got to do it nil over again hung the miner, Drummond, who is The sensation of the hour at Washington, Louisville and Lexington is the at Bowling Green. After Sam Jones' supposed to have assassiuated Private -:euit by Mies Madaline Breckinridge Pol- visit the people of that whisky-riddeLaugherty. lard against Congressman W.C. P. Breck- place got bo enthused that they voted Theodore Thomas, musical director All Calicoes at 5c; 3- -.J JJleached Cotton inridge for SCO.000 damages for breach of red liquor out by a good majority. The of the World's Fair, has been "permit- And we have put goods at the following low prices: promise and seduction. Miss Pollard validity of tho election was questioned ted to resign" and his orchestra of 111 7- -S Cotton at 5c, and all others proportionately low. All Summer Goods must go and that, too, very quickly, so charges that in 1SS4 when she was a nnd an injunction to prevent its being en- pieces will be disbanded. Bchool girl of 17, the defendant introduc- forced was gotten out. The tribunal betobacco W. R. Goff. a ed himself to her on the train as a friend fore which it was brought declared the buyer, while examining tobacco in a of her familj and knowing his position election null nnd void because of the un- warehouse at Shelby ville, fell and crushshe felt flattered at His attentions. Af- constitutionality of the law and because ed his skull, producing instant death. terwards he called at the school and got the 8ecrcsv of tho ballot law was not .' At Brazil, Ind., John McKay shot permission from the president to take fully complied with. A higher court and killed William Rowe because ho Persian Mulls, Irish Lawns and Challies must also go with a Figured Lawns at 41c, worth her to dine with him. Her youth and will now pass on the question. laughed at him when he stumbled on whoop, if not at our price, then at yours. In Clothing, we offer you nice, l Suits at $3, worth inexperience gave way to his wiles and track. McKay was drink Sj; a better Suit for $4, worth double the money; strictly Suit at $$ worth $9, and all Clothing The agreement between the silver and the street car artifices and and she fell completely ining. at 60c, worth ?i; at 75 cents at similar distressingly low prices. A choice lot of Shoes ladies' low-cu- t men in the House is that to his power. The result was criminal child at Brazil, Ind., A in tan at Si; nice calf low-cu- t worth Si. 50; at Si, worth S2. Men's low-cu- t there shall be a general debate on the at Si. 25, worth S2; Men's liason extending over a number of years of concentrated lye and bill to repeal the purchasing clause of found a can high Shoes from Si up. Give us a call and polite clerks and low prices will make your visit unusually and resulting in the birth of three chil a large quantity of it. Tho little the Sherman hill to last 11 days and to drank exceedingly profitable. dren, all of whom died. Tho plaintiff, things lips and mouth were horribly pleasant and be followed by a three days' debate unwillowy blonde, of who is a tall and burned, while the awful drug slowly further der the five minute rule. The free beauty of address, : : ate its life away. will offer u substitute providing avers that in tho accomplishment of her An unknown man who committed coinage nt the present ratio and ruin the Congressman promised to mar- for free Wellington, Ohio, left the if that fails 17 and on to 20 will bo pre- suicide nt A. ry her and that various and sundry times following request writteu on n small sented as amendments. If all these fail, were set for its peformance, but ho piece of paper: "Give my body to a act is to bo the failed to keep them from some ex- then the doctor for it will save tho town the final resort. Congressman Wilson oiler Tnder prevailing circumstances Mr cuse or another. A day in May last was trouble and expense of burying it" -- : ed the bill to repeal the Sherman law. Joe Phillips made tho best Bale of mules finally set for the marriage and it will be The wife of Capt. A. K. Lair, of lot v over known in this county. The remembered that a dispatch was sent The death of Judge Alexander Ander- Georgetown, accidentally knocked over embraced T0 head ami were sold to Rn i:kknuis. W. A. Slayma-ker- , girl lives from Washington, where the son, of Danville, which occurred Sunday a guu which was resting against the Martin & Thompnon, of Now Orleans, at A. G. Huffman, J. C. McCIa-ry- . and where the suit is tiled, to that effect. of flux, is in the nature of personal be- door. The weapon was discharged nnd here at ISO per head, to be delivered J. W. l'erin. J. V. Wallace, f Col. Breckinridge vehemently denied the reavement to the editor of the Intkuiob the contents entered the back of the the (Uock vardB on the first day of Sep John Newland, J. N. Mcncfee, K. allegation and with an injured air claim Journal, whom he so long and faithful- lady's head, blowing out her brains. , G. Waller, Wm. Rice. W. C. tember. Lebanon Knterpriso. ed that "an enemy hath done this." A ly served as correspondent. He possessJack Chambers, a negro, was lynchThe age records of the year up to T. II. Meals, 1!. K. Wcaren, short time ago he married Mrs. Louise ed a bright mind and a boci.i1 uature and ed near Waycross, Ga.. He confessed to date are Yearling, Marie I), 'J: II, hy W. G. Raney. A. J. Karp. Scott Wing, of Louisville, and thateent Director's those who knew him best loved him having taken part in a criminal assault Patron, LMIJ; filing of the suit, He claims hastened the most. We extend heartfelt sympathy upon Mrs. George Warren at Hoboken, Flower, 'J:22, hy Director, LMi; that the action is the result of Kvcry oneguaiantccd. Special ia to his wife and three children with the Ga , last year. He is tho third negro Jay Hawker, 21 H, by Jay vexation and perhaps blackinducements now offered. .. .TAXI hope that their great loss may be who has been lynched for this crime. r old, Bellellower, 1UL' Bird; mail," but we shall see what we shall tempered to their abilities to bear it. Mrs. Annie Webster, of Keokuk by Klectioneer; old, Hulda, see. The Colonel may not use a promIowa, has confessed that ehe strangled l:0SLbvtfuv Wilkes 2:151. Kueh is a H. WEAREN CO. ise of marriage to accomplish hia purA keo of beer is a bad thiug to take her child to death. Then in order to race reran!. poses, but he is said to be one of the boys along when you go out for fun. Six conceal, if possible, her crime, the unJ. Steele Carpenter" saddle etu'.lion, wife is not above sus- young men, all sons of widows, wont out and unlike natural mother boiled the body in lye Wallace Denmark, trotted a quarter to n picion when there is a woman in the to the woods near Shelby ville the other until all the lleah was removed from the Fraziercart tho othnr day iu HI) seconds. case. And for that matter who is there day for a frolic and took n kpg of beer hones. Some gentlemen came to look at him among us miserable ofienders that can along. After filling up with it they got Superintendent of Public Instruc- and Mr. Carpenter was not aware of the throw the first stone? Miss Pollard is of quarrelsome and pistols were drawn. tion Thompson has discovered that a I want to reduce my large stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, were timing him or he decided literary tastes and has devoted The result is one died, two wounded number of candidates for school teach- fact that they might have been able to cut off a second and ofTor them at prices never so low. Call and examine the stock. her time since her discharge from a and two in jail. Look not upon the ers' certificates in tho Kentucky mounhad no shoes on his clerkship in the Interior Department to wine while it is red, may he paraphrased tain counties have obtained possession or lfl. Thi horse Ladies' watches former price S50 now $40 00; h nd feet. newspaper ana magazine work. The to read, keep your eyes and mouth from by fraudulent means of the questions to Ladies' watches former price S3 5 now $27.00; discharge referred to was made by order beer while it is foaming. ItShould Uo In Every Uouao Ladies' watches former price $2$ now S17.50. be asked them in their examination-ThJ II. Witivin, 371 CUy itrect, SharpUurj, l'a of President Harrison because she repenalty is disqualification and a iyi he will not Us without I)r Kun!' New l)it Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the After Bland's intemperate speech on fine uot exceeding ;.0. cowry for Coiitumptioti, Couch and CoMt. th marked when Gen. Sherman died "now t lth i thretcnod it cured hit wife who the devil has got his own" It is said the question and the discharge of other Grlppr when vjmu Mrs. Matilda Simpson, wife of the monl.i alter Jii attack ol l.a jnilintil of t : that the new Mrs. Breckinridge takes the guns of more or less calibre, tho debate man who fell into a hollow tree while othtr rrinoliet Hubert Itjrbcr,phyticlam bail ilonu, : ookport, l'a hernoxooJ. on the repeal of the Sherman bill lapsed done clairrw that Or King'i New I)ciivrry ha matter philosophically. She is too sencoon hunting 20 years ago and wa- nevfor evor sible a woman to believe that she mar- into dullness and taking advantage of er heard of afterward till his skeleton him more jool than an) thlnir he Try ued ret- This sale will be made for CASH, l.ring the money along with you. It l.une TuuMe Nothing like it at ried i saint, and having taken him for the agreement that a vote should not be was found when the tree was cut down. inal bottles and A. K. lVnny't drug store l.aijc Si liotttei uk better or worse is no doubt prepared for taken for 14 days from Friday last, the died last week in Mercer. She was the worst. The Colonel asks a suspen- Congressmen have hied themselves to known as tho ".svl lady," never having II. U. KINO. (5LOKGK II. I'KHWITT. sion of the judgment until a full hearing to the seaside and other resorts till the been known to smile since her husband's winil storm iB over. Ouly about 100 to is had. mysterious disappearance. of the V'M members answered to roll call HORSE AND BUGGY STOLEN. The gubernatorial race in Ohio this Saturday. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. year will be unusually interesting. The On the nisht of July n, Vt, a HAY 1IOKSI MORELAND, KY., the nd President Clkvkland has temporarirepublicans renominated Gov. McKin-ley- , J K.Lynn sold to Pony Boa.ley a wuiMolen frombuggyliable) of jamet I lliileyhoMe S. Hoc Lit. The We have opened up a nice line ol of hlli hed to the ii a dark hay, almoit brow n, about ( handt hli:h, gelding for I175. the author of the tariff bill which ly laid aside the cares of office and hied .'year-ol- d rifht eye i out though hardly perceptible, lm him to Buzzard Bay where the uncrownbears his name and which the people so J. II. Swope bought in the Hubble had tcratchp and hair l otf the hind loot, under fetlocks; he strongly condemned at the polls in No- ed queen of American women and Ruth vicinity a hunch of butcher cajtle at 2J lapt waterhe ii 'a or 7 y"aroM;in drinking the like do; Die running gr.tr of I'Uggv i painted smoke tolor, with with liUrk The presi- to 2c. vember laBt,andnow the democrats have are spending the summer. trlx-- r trimming, all oflt eirrpt the ninlc nominated Lawrence T. Neal, a free dent gives it as his reason for going that Isaac Herrin, bought of Young, of tree, which in Mack, the ted and top are bla.L and We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get there is a place about (wo inchei npiare i.iitout of trader and the author cf the plank in he needs a rest, but those who know, Rockcastle, a hunch of mountain steeis the dash on the mtide The hind axle tro- near the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car-lolots, lelt hind wheel has been welded and the paint at the last National platform looking tow- you know, or rather profess to know, and heifers at 2to2'c. Salt Si. 50. thai point on the wood n tchorched and entirely which enables us to make very low prices. g ards free trade. It will be a battle of say it was to be present nt a looked for Kelly marked Direct 2: 05 J and burned otT the iron; the left hind wheel ha two Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you cracked the lurries hat The giants, each man heading the hosts of event liable to occur iu the best regula This is the fastest pair of iruiu moi apokra the hipsaddle ofhas been incurcd money. Jib Mrap ntuig. when- itjjins tho breeching hia party on the tariff question and ful- ted family. records ever credited to a driver. sfr"We arc opening up a splendid line of Millinery. The following reward is ottered, to.wit Ji )for ly able to present his side of the caBe. W. I Kuble, of Garrard, says ho return of buggy and horse and comiction ol thiel, Wc have yearling Southdown Hucks and iS Huck Lambs, all The assessed value of the property, of $, All of views of Mr. Neal seem The can make money raising wheat at 50 or $2$ for return ol hore thief. fnr return ol buggy, thoroughbred, for or J50 for conviction of thee prop sale. to be endorsed very fully by the Ohio tho State exclusive of railroads, banks, cents per bushel and will put in 200 Mtions will loft open for lour months Irom July a, 191, at w huh time tne reward will be withcorporation franchises and other species acre.s this fall. & democracy as he was nominated on the drawn. JAMhS I1. IIAIM.Y, J. S. ItOCKKK, first ballot over half a dozen other gaod of corporate property, which is assessed The Reporter says that the peach Stanford, Kv 39 or about crop of men. Boiled down by a capable con- by other boards, is SotS,7-- , Pulaski is largo and fine. Tho denser the platform charges our finan- $29,000,0001683 than last year. It is local price is but $1 to $1.50 per bushel, thought though that when the corpora- while those who ship get $2. cial ills to the McKinley tariff, the Sher18 OVER THE silver law and the extravagance of tions are assessed the total will make the man The stallion Nelson, driven by his .1 f7' Tl the party lately iu power, approves the increase this year over $100,000,000. owner at the Maine mile track, trotted platform of the democratic party adopt1? ov---' The women are coining to the front an exhibition mile in 2.101, making the ed by,the National Convention at Chica- and usurping what have been deemed last quarter in ."0, which is a 2.0:! gait. ' XisuE ' go, "and especially those portions refer-W. A. 'fribble's lino combined mare .Mi the exclusive prerogatives of men. One ring to the tarifland to currency legisla- is in jail in Indian Territory for horse took two blue ties at the Spriulleld Fair tion," commends the measures of relief stealing. Another is in durance vile in and doubtless would have taken mauv outlined by the President's message, ad- Memphis for embezlomont. But wo- more had ahe been allowed to enter after vocates payment of pensions to all wor- men as thieves of such character will she had graduated. thy union soldiors and no others and never he a success. Theyare not built VmMm Ab wps generally conceded, Nancy expresses confidence in President Cleveto lower her champion Hanks failed that way. land and Senator Brice, as well no the -world's record of 2.01 at Boston, Satur TnT a,xti w AT lack of it in Gov. McKinley'a "unbusiTin: commissioner is still at it. He day. The great daughter of Happy Menesslike administration of State affairs." suspended 2Sfl pensioners Friday and as dium went tho milo in 2 0SJ, however, Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, many Saturday. Let him keep tho ark which is a pretty fair gait itself. There arc three ol the bet llarbers in the State - . ' huuiHwiLLKV om. , " The editor of the New York Sun, Mr. a'moving. There's thousands yet who 'Aivs J j ii. r W.H. Leonard sold 15 head of :! 'I here arc alo eacellent Hath Konms run in cou-Hytrin jr vxillKlun aic.iui A.uuuurr FROM tfoiM&ye v4-i- aV. Charles Anderson Dana, celebrated his are not entitled to the bounty of the gov- year-olstoers to Ben Gabhart for U, a .. '." VITAL TO MANHOOD. 75th birthday and in speaking of it and ernment living in idleness on it. He also sold 05 head of laml3 to the v22j ;T LOUISVILLE OR CINCINNATI. him, Mr. Watereon says of the paper same party at $4 50 per hundred, and DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE The Sedalia, Mo., Bazoo has ceased to a sucklinc mare mule colt to Frank and him: The Sun never fails to shine. ' "'-- V INCIUDCS "i Pullman Vcitlbu!e Sleeping and Buffet Parlor "V 'I-It may not shine as we would have it. blow its own, and the same shall no James for $75. Harrodsburg DemoCiri, But it shines. Its editor, though the more be blown. A paper with such a crat. Only Route Through tho Indiana I)H. TJIFAT mos harassing of controversialists, is the name deservod to have its toes tucked Yesterday was about as dull a court 31LNT,E.a C. WEST'S NKHVK AND UKAINFits, Neu epeclflc lor Hyrterln, Iilizlneix, Natural Gas Belt. under the daises. ralirla, IlHadactie, Nervous I'rontr&tiuir caused bj most delightful of men. A scholar, phiday as one could well imagine. A good alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Deprr'slon THROUGH TICKETS critic, tho most genial and of llrnin, causing luanity, mitery, decay losopher and crowd was in town, but there was no Hofleninif TMCSE Uses ASO THIIH conmctiokj can Ot UCURLD death, l'remnture Old Ag, llnrreuness, Lom o' NEWSY NOTES. at the miM ipai. Ticmr umjci o hospitable of hosts, the club laid aeide money in it, aud as a consequence tho Power In Hither sei, Imriotenry, I.eucorrha-- nnd ol Femalo OUlMlRfl (UllftAK. drag. There were 5 or trirrluea Weakuees, Involuntary Ijittex, Kperma and the wit mellowed into the poet and Judge Backner was nominated by day was a regular cnued by FCR mCUU INrORMTION IN t brain, ralf TO RATtt ASO tibuse, overludulfrnro. A month' treatment, DCIRt3 CI TAILS COSCENMNO Tm the artist, this great journalist and the democratic primary in Clark to rep- 0 head of cattle on tho market, but if J for f3, by mall. With ench order for Ixiies H! SERVICE, rttASE Amy in fcrson oh or utter en W will feud i;uurantee. to refund if not cured etatesman disarms the opposition even resent it in the Legislature. TtlECAAM TO IITHEH Cf THE rOUOING there was a single sale made we did not UuarnnUct. written by iicem. WKHT'SI.IVKItl'Il.U Issued euros Kick Headache, Jlilionnen, Liver Complaint by the glow of his of the most hostile At London, Ohio, Thomas Cramer hear of it. A few plug horbca changed Sour Ktumaru, Uyepepsla nnd Constipation. CEO. H THOilSO,'.. S. E. hut ipot, UIIKGTOX. IT. personality and the splendor of his ac- shot nnd killed his son, Ollie, in a quar . amis nt $25 to $52. No mules were UL'AUAXTECd Issued only by ct Pu r lnrn . Imiinvntt rr 1. !SDLRiOY l v o v ti TO. ..". ij IIUTTll i.rii n i. rlr r wQcii a'. J J complishments. ju. vv iir, - VsTV bAAuu. ..it . ckur ncr.fti'.J r,rt.r i?t& rel over some missing money. oifereil. ' A. R. PENNY, 6 OR 8 PAGES. EVERY PEII3AY. tunately discovered in lima nnd thwarted are further exemplifications of the truStanford, Kv., August l.", 1R93 ism that the devil always finds something for idle hands to do nnd emplin-sir.- e the necessity of puttinp the con W. P. WALTON. victs to work. Idleness is the parent of many vicesand theState prison at Frankfort is in every sense tho devil's workshop, with the most vicious the sole employees. Iu a Bearch of the cells Friday over oOOdancerous and deadly dirks wore found that tho men had changed from DEMOCRATIC TICKET. dinner knives, while enough dynamite was discovered to blowup the buildings. For Representative, The sinking fund commissioners should HARVEY HELM. cease their bickerings and put the convicts to work, if it ia simply moving from For Superintendent of Public Schools, ono side of the building to the other and in back. We join tho Courier-Journa- l JIcCLARY. W. thedemnnd:'Tut tho convicts to work." loud mouthed populist, hung President Cleveland in effigy at Golden, Colorado. The wideopread drouth has cut down. the corn average of tho country from 97.2 to S7 and tobacco from 1:1 to S2.2. Prices Tell The Tale Statistics soon grow extremely monotonous, hence we give only a few STARTLINGFIGURES UNPRECEDENTED - F. n PANIC ! nt.c; well-know- n Don't Let Sueh a Good Thing Pass. half-wooall-wool anti-Bilv- er two-year-ol- d ing THE LOUISVILLE STORE. IRHANSKV, Proprietor. Bland-Allis- on VAPOR mypK, STOVES. Ab-bey- two-year-ol- d, three-year-ol- "vindic-tivenes- s, four-yea- live-ye- ar W. & Ca-sar'- s Great Clearance Sale. e piit-u- SAME SWEEPING REDUCTION. - 1 .A.. IR,. DPZEUSTIISrY. $100 REWABD. KING & PRE WITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Dry Clothing ad boois, anoes, naxs, urocenes, Hardware, - Flj-in- 2:0-jJ- . - 1 1 well-kno- wn -- 1m KI1TG FUDEWITT. l 1 The World's Fair Route from (he South atsfx ,32j Pennsylvania imiv m --1 short iii lines ieoOipr3 11 11 I 1 JlSiftr ar i. X"--'"? -i- ivr35. - - "S-v- V d ' wm WCfr& tisinv' 7i;1&Z2) " . iv. '- VW over-oicrtlo- u REGARD 1 AN FIRST-CLAS- S Stanford. Sir... liy . .- ... i . v.MS'.i,r,J,Ul,. ""."! I - mAt fcrgl iMjfM. :.ktk:mn 11 llrrv ly Interior Journal' ecu AUGUST 15, 1893 Take your rejulra to Danks, tho Tiiy Bros. Juw0 - Mn. Jeasx OAHTsn tins been appointed poatmnstcr at Morelnnd. A .vies The wets won bya decided majority at Campbellsville Siturdav. Ex Lieutenant Gov. Walker stabbed Lawyer Wysor, at Pulaski City, Va., in a quarrel over n damage suit. E. H. Wade, of Tennessee, has been appointed reading clerk of tho House and Jim Stone, of Kentucky is left. The date of the mnrriago of Mies Gcorgie Names to E. M. Duncan is Oct. Anderpon M. Waddell, a dead game and sport, died at Louisville. A deputy sheriff and posse slew 11 of the Meachum gang in a fight in Clark county, Ala. A machine feeder in Bourbon wbb bitten by a snake coucealed in a bundle of wheat and will die. The Minneapolis, which cost exclusive of armament, was launched at Philadelphia Saturday. Senator Vest says tlto majority in tho Senate against tho unconditional repeal of the Sherman law will bo at least eight. Incendiaries started two fires at Min neapolis and 112 houses and millions of feet of lumber were burned. Lots over a million of dollars. There were two deaths from yellow fever nt Swinburne Island, Fla., Saturday and 1 new cases. One case appeared at Brunswick, Ga. Surgeon General Wyman has received a telegram from Pensacola, which says there is no further danger of an outbreak of yellow fever at Pensacola. Excitement is subsiding. Henry Holt, the fratricide, was hung according to program, at Pikeville, Friday, in the presence of 10,000. He confessed his crime and joined heartily in the singing of tho hymn, "Nearer, my God, to Thee." The employes of the Evansville & Terre Haute railroad refused to accept a reduction of wages and the old scale will continue. Four hundred shopmen of tho L A N at Evansville voted against accepting a reduction. well-know- 3 -- dTANFORD, KY., E. C. Walton, Business Manager PERSONAL POINTS. Louis- j Mil. vHIb John II. Millkii, went to Friday. Mn. W. J. Kinnaihi), of Middleaboro, was in town Friday. Mim. Montk Fox, of Danville, is visit- ul her old home here. Mrs. 1'ktkk Stiiaimi is visiting her sister, Mrs. King, at I'arksvillu. Miis. K. T. I'knik has returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville. Mies Moi.uk Hi'iiiiktt, of I'arksvillu, is the guest of Mrs. A. I). Hoot. Mn. Gko. II. IJiiutB, of Lexington, Bjient Sunday with friends here. Mn. Wm. SniiNKi.Es, wife ami children nre visitlnK relatives In Lebanon. Mns. Maiiy Whay left yesterday to visit relatives in IMoomliiuton, III. Miss Mi.nva 1'iiKi.rs, of Madison, is the Kuestof Miss Mary McKinncy. Mn. A. Uhiiansky was up last week helping tho boys In tho Louisville store. M tea Km b and Master Joo Hoot aro visitinj; Mrs. T. M. GoodkniKht at Frank-fort. Mrs. A. K. Gunioss, of Danville, has len tlio nuest of hersiBter, Mrs. W. T, Smith. Miss Sai.uk Giur.s, of Crab Orchard, was visiting her aunt, Mrs. Dr. J. 11. Owsley. and A. A. MKRSits. Sam V. thu McKinuey, Jr., aro attending World's Fair. Mn. J. W. FLowKiisand wife restered at tho Kentucky building of tho World's Fair Saturday. J. M. Hcnimui, son Arthur and Walter Saunders left this morning for tho World's Fair. , of Omaha, arrived Mn. Giu. yesterdav to visit his sisters, Mrs. It. S. Lyllu and Mrs. W. H. Penny Mr. Jons Pitman, of Stanford, spent the greater part of tho week with friends here. London Kclio. Mica Nina Cahtkntkh, daughter of Clever Jake Carpenter, of Perry villi, is visiting her little friends here. Mn. IlKNiet N. Wars and daughter, Mips Lillie, of Washington county, are visiting relatives in this county. Hon. I). Il."KiMlsTON bus tendered his resignation as member of thu Legislature to accept n position in tho revenue serMkn-kikk I'i-o- Cooi-Kii- rain, which seems to havo been general, fell Friday night and Ins greatYoim nccount Jb riiie, reuily and wait ly revived vegetation, which waj Inn V. II. Weiiring, l'lenso call ami settle. guishing under tho protracted drouth. .. 0II & Co Skvbhai. Louisville linns attached tho Fon KE.ST.CottHj,'o occupied by Capt. stock of Stephens & Knox Saturday and Kirby, on Upper Main. Miss Litcio it was placed in the hands of Assignee Heazley. W. II. Miller as receiver. Seo notice of Yoim account lias been duo and ready auction to begin Aug. 10. . sinre July 1st. Call and eettlti by oaab Mibsks Amanda Bishop, 59, Joan or noto. A. 11. Penny. Adams, 31, Jennie Anderson, 12, and You may expect a call from ub if you Messrs. James White, (1, A. K. Caldwell, do not call yourself and settle at once. IG, aro thu naniPB of tho teachers who Wo want what you owe us. Severance wero accidentally omitted from the list & Son. in attendance at the Institute liist week. Walnut ami ok eight day clocks Notwitiistamdinu these hard times n S- - GO; nicklu alarms 75c; everything in German from Ottenheim called for his my line in proportion. Danks, tho watch, yesterday, which Robert Fenzel Jeweler. See big ail. had fixed and threw down a crisp 5U0 Votk for the old rebel soldier, A. P. noto to pay for it. Fenzel was so stunPendleton better known as "II." for ned that he could hardly make tho cor jailer. He is a democrat and rect change. has always worked for tho party. Dkatii. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hewitt wero called on Saturday afternoon to Wk would call attention to A. It. Penmourn the loesof their little on, Charles ny's clearance Bale of watches, clocks, Joseph, who died of brain fever, aged silverware and everything in tho jewel '21 months. Tho funeral occmred yesry line. Now is tho timo to buy at terday morning, Iter. W. A. Slaymaker slaughter prices for cash. oillciating, and thu remains were laid Ik the county court did anything yes- away in Buualo cemetery. terday beyond name a few surveyors Owino to tho impossibility to borrow of roads and appoint Myron Luce ad money, wo aro compelled to sell excluministrator of his son, It. G. Luce, the sively for cash from now on, in order to clerk failed to record it. We be able to continue our business. McCkkaiiy has an art gallery which are very thankful for tho many favors differs from any wo have heard of. Tho we havo received and hopo to merit a artist takes in exchange for his work continuance, promising you the best butter, eggs, chickens or any other pro- coal at the lowest possible price. Now is thu timo to lay in your winter coal. duce. Record- - Homestead. IligginsA Watte, W. G. Jonks has been appointed postMi.Ci.AitY Nominatkd. The county master at Huckeye, K. F. Crees at It. (5. Moxley will handle committee met yesterday and decided while tho mails at Powars Store, in Casey coun- not to cnll a primary election to nominate candidates for county offices till afty, in thu place of J. F. Alstott. ter tho November election, as it was Ciiickkn thiuves raided County Attor- thought that too much politics might ney J. It. Paxton's hen roost thu other injure the candidates to bo voted for night and took with them somo of his then. As there was no other aunounced ) candidate, frying sized youngsters. Hut Joe is thu committee acted wisely 'em at Hussell Spriugs and wont in saving the expense of an election by miss them for a while. declnring W. F. McClary the candidate for superintendsays. of the democratic party Tub Harrodsburg Democrat lifu-lonMar-etsburi:, tl3 :50lnya system. McKinncy A- ith. Beautiful Picture With n 000 CASH PURCHASES ril mi: COBKS M SJ mm Of 5i5 and $20, whether in one or more purchases. Our Gallery jra of-- r-- Pj --WJr-WJ 41: -m U !U And buy the remnant of our Summer Stock, which we arc closing out very low. HUGHES & TATE. 1 CYCLONE Walnut anc Oak Eight-Da- y : REDUCTIONS ! ! Clocks, S2.50. Nickel Arlarm Clocks 75c. Prices knocked silly on Watches, Clocks, Sterling and Plated Silverware, Spectacles, And anything in my line. Don't forget the place, Come and get the best goods for the least money, and bring the cash with you. . Danks, The Jeweler, RECEIVER'S SALE Of a Fresh and Large Stock of NEW AI)Vi:RTLSEKE.VTS. eat-in- D. S. CARPENTER, At tlio well known oUI stand ol J. li. Green, in "Mr. It. 0. Uradley has been awarded the contract for u. imposing frame hotel to bo erected .it once at Tatham's Well, in Washington county. Tho hotel will bed rooms, reading-roomand have dancing hall. ent of schools. Hustonvillo, - - Kentucky, 1 Dry Goods, Hats, Boots, &c, &c. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. J. M. Robinson, Norton & Co. vs. Stephens &Knox, &c, and F. W. Johanbocke & Sons vs. Stephens & Knox, &c. By virtue of an order made in vacation in the above styled causes, the undersigned will as Receiver sell at public 'i s . vice. Mess us. J. K. P.ACdiiMAN, M.S. Uaugh-maWill Haughmad and Jones IUugh-ma- n counts with tho."' who pay promptly left yesterday for u 10 days' visit, to when due, but tho.'u who cannot and do not pay their bills when due, will please tho World's V air. Mits. H.T. llAitms and Mrs. T II. not ask it. I cannot run business on Saunders, who havo been staying at ttm promises. J. K Van Arsdale. y Cotl'ey House a month or more, left Tiieiie has been somo talk that owing Orchard for Crab to tho scarcity of currency tho L. A N. Mns. Lir.ztK Stokkk, of Louisville, and pay train would bo delayed this month, Mrs. Li7zio Cornulison, of Harroilsbiirg, but it is given out upon authority that who havo been guests of Mrs. J. K. it will start on its rounds promptly nt went home yesterday, tho usual timo. Its 17,000' employes Miss I.H.UAN Foiiavthe, of Harrodh-burwill hear something jinglu this week. who has been visiting Mis. U. C. (iiveus, left yesterday to spend n week At the instance of Jack Terry, Miss with the Misies Givens, at Knob Lick. Josephine Gill was arrested and brought .Mns. Nettie Hauhis, of New Albany, here for trial Saturday. She is charwed has been the guest of her brother, Mr with disturbing religious worship at ' W. S. Warren. Frank Hughvn and fam Neal'a Creek while Hov. W. E. Arnold ily, of thu West F.ud, have also been was preaching there a few days ago. guests of Mr. Wurren. Judge Yamon was absent ami the cabo Mn. and Miw.T. J. Fostkh, Mrs. W. was postponed till 10 o'clock G. Welch, Mrs. S. P. Stogg, Mrs. J. II. Miss Guokuia Lewis whs awarded the Mt'Ahster and Misses Lizzie and Annio Menefeo lefton thu noon train yesterday 15 prize ottered by thu Intkuiok Joiminai. for tho best speller that tho teachers' infor thu World's Fair. Uauoiiman, of Stan- stitute would develop. She missed n Miss Katiiahink ford, will take chariro of Miss Hallou's few words, but very few, and Mias Anna music class here, teaching thu samo Heid being a uood second, was given thu method in instrumental, and vocal in other prire, a year's subscription to the addition. Shu will begin Tuesday, Aug. paper. Neither could have been won by .tlth. Somerset Heporter. This is bad a more cupalile teacher and thu I. J. is . on more than one young man here. moro thtn pleased that they were the They can go to Chicago quicker than winners. they ran csll on her now if thuy wait for J. A. Hammond, our cluvvr corresponthe C. S. connections. Ami, by tho dent ut Hubble, lintl his store broken wav, they will havo to go to Chicago, if Kn into mul robbed tho other night. they see her uny time- in tho next two trance wub ollected through tin up Ptuirs weeks as shu hits gone to tho Fair w ith a window and thu thief waa evidently acparty from Louisville. quainted with the premiHefl. A couple of watches, some hIioch, hatn, panto and CITY AND VICINITY. Mr. a lot of cheap jewelry ia niiedin. A kkw ice cheats left; will sell at cost. Hammond lina an idea who the guilty party is and an soon as hu has sullicient W. H. Wearen A Co. evidence he will havo him arrested. Tiiosk who did not want to pay thoir "Detective" O. J. Nuwland has been emdebts were using tho cry of "Hard ployed to work up the case. times" for all it was worth yesterday. HoiutiiiiA Manui.kd. Doc I.anahan, Whkn you sprinkle the street in front one of tho cleverest brakemen on the of yout residence, nso some discretion L. itX.,wai instantly killed Saturday and try and lay tho dust without mak- night, near Alum Springs. He was roar freight No. briikeman on North-houn- d ing mud holes. .. !'J and hearing tho engineer whistle for , Two lino boya within live days is brakes went immediately to work setting pretty gooit for tho Intkuiok Joiminai. them. He ran over several box cars force. Joo F. Waters ami Georgo C. n, Sat-urdaVan-Arsdal- e, g, to-da- My accounts Hru duu 1st day of July and January and will bo glitd to run ne Cct. Peyton Parrish was cut in the cheek, arm and breast at Crab Orchard, Saturday afternoon, by Long Frank ty Brooks. They had had a previous A small place otTVENT and when they met Brooks began ACKKS.with of five carving. Then hu took to his heels es4ryHoute in rixxi roomi. All outbuildings nee- the ounc orchard with and repair small fruit of all kinds, 4', miles from I)anille and ran for dear life, although Parrish and one mile from Junction City on the was unarmed, and hus since been conMRS SAI.MKSIUP.MAX. Shelby Citf, lloylc Co., Ky. spicuous for his absence. Our informant, who is a Crab Orchard man, asks us MRS. F. DUNN, to statu specillcally that one is a a Rockcastle man TEACHER of VOICE CULTURE, and the other and that they only mot there by chance. dilil-cul- Would be rU'1 to neu hit numerous friends and how thpm hi Jlock of good conmting of Furniture, Saddlery, Hardware, Ilusglo and Firming Implement!. (Jive him a call. ForSal Privately. 47-- Cot-tag- e Huston-tlllcpil- e. t Preach-ursvill- e M.f principal Academy, was here yesterday to get boys for that excellent school and succeeded in securing the promise of a number. A special feature which commends itself readily to those having hoys to educate, is thu home boarding and training department, where boys aro taken into tho professor's own family and given the same caro and attention they would receive at home. A course of study is pursued which prepares a boy to enter college at once, at the completion of it, or tits him for the duties of life, if he cannot attend college. Profs. J. M. Itupley and J. E. Turner, graduates of Centre College and capable teachers, nro in thu faculty and add their quota to the pronounced Buccessof tho Academy. Read announce meiit of it in another column. B. Piiop. J. Walton, A. of Centre College Beginning Saturday morning, Aug. 19, 1S93, and continuing from J. day to day until the sale is completed, at the brick store room opposite Coffey Hotel in Stanford, Ky., the large, fresh and valuable stock of Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, together with a small ,yt:l piaxo. stock of Groceries and Hardware, recently Bought by Stephens & stam ori, kextuck. Knox. The opportunity to buy at Great Bargains. Your own choice Chorus Class and Sight-Readin- g of this large and perfectly new stock of goods is offered absolutely Class. Freo. without reserve to the public. Until the day of public sale, Aug. 19, this stock will be offered over the counter at private sale for cash and Sl'LEXDID HA KM a of Show which duplicated. For Sale Cheap Privately. at prices Scrtler can not beWagon nearly Also and lot of Harness.Cases, new set Delivery Counter I Hill sell privately At public sales terms cash for sums under $10; for that amount and My Splendid Farm of 150 Acres, over a credit of two months, in which cash bond with good security, bearing 6 per cent, from date will be required of purchasers. Mtuatod i', miles South of Stanford. Thi farm Is in a high state of cultivation and has plenty of the liet ol wattT Ml in Kras but 40 acres. Man tho very best of itrproeuients. V. W II YS, Manlord, Ky. 47'lf AUCTION . j H. T. Bnsh, Auctioncr. W. H. HIGGINS, Receiver. EXECUTOR'S As K.xecutor of John M. SALE. McRoberts. Sr. I rill sell at public aiULtionon the premises on ilcginning at a p Read This and Profit by it. CASH BTJSHSTESS, Saturday, August 26th, m.. Two Houses and Lots, Thev will After the first of July instead of selling goods on 6 months' time we will present our accounts the 1st or 15th of each month, as suits the 1893, buyer. Uur idea is to do a 1 Imllkii With Shot. At Duncan, in a whole, the bid being accepted which will brine but for convenience we extend the above time. We propose giving the most mom v. At the ame time Casey county, near tho Lincoln line, will sell the personalty, consisting ofand place, our customers the best goods and guarantee to sell you "Hardware, Will Mat Murphy and Sam Johupon, Groceries, Ouccnsware, Woodenware, Tinware, &c, for less money owners of a Baw mill, tiied to put out Furniture, Buggy, Garden Tools, than you can buy them anywhere on 6 months' time. Our explanaAllen McKenzie's light, but it seems Harmlne Implement, Sit ol Carpenter's lools, tion for making the change is that it takes too much money carry on Cider Mill, 75 feet of Hose, Ac that thoy were unable to do so. McKen-zi- e Terms On realtv, cash, balance in During the iS months we have months, with interest. On personally, our business on the 6 months' time. had been working for tho firm and hand i j under, cah, over that amount on do days, ;i o and been selling goods our sales have been much larger than we expected was discharged and when ho went to secured and with interest. W II. llir.OIN-- , lxecutur and we are very grateful for the liberal patronage we have received. 4 liiH employers for a settlement a dispute We arc also proud to say that our customers have been the very best arose. McKenzio gave the d n lie and people in the land and we arc sure we can make it to your interest to made for Johuson, who lireil two shots with us. We will continue to take Country Produce in exTho undersigned, as agent and attorney in fact continue from his pistol at him, but missed him. Hays, deed., will on oft hoh irsofjohn change for goods at the highest market price. Thanking you for past Murphy had by this timo secured a Very Respectfully, shot-gu- n and be emptied the contents 30, '93, favors, we are cKINNISV BROS. of it itito McKenzie's stomach and legs, On the primUes at pu.lic outcry sell to the highThu wounded man was left for dead, but est and best bidder the Farm consisting of when Murphy and Johnson returned to About --'40 Acres of Land, tho scene they found McKen.io picking Of which tho late John S Hays died possessed. thu shot out and not a corpse by a long Said Farm is situated near Stanford, Ky .and lies near and on the Stanlord and Hustonville turn shot. McKenzio is said to bo a pike road and is lounded oy the farms of Korestus and is considered a very danger-oii- Keid, Wm. llecV., Mrs. Allie Tarns, Wm. Hays ami othtrt. '1 Ins is a desirable place, in the vicinman. ity of Stanford. It lies well for cullialtnii and one-thir- oe offered first separately and then as PUBUC SALE. Wednesday, Aug. BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, THE BEST MADS. ! OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. half-bree- d h Keller, Jr., are tho proud fathers. noxt to thu caboose and in tho dark thought hu was etepptng to another, but Boiis, on thu 11th, to thu wife of Mr. alas, the train had coinu uncoupled and boy-Car-- Joo F. Waters an Cleveland. Joo insists that ho is now rearing a president and a Baptist preacher. . going to SouvKsm Fi;kb.- -H you nro Fair, get a ticket from tho World's n Danks, tie Jeweler, entitling you to my reeouvenir of tho exposition. Seo duction ad. was found in a A moonsiiink distillery Brush Creek, Hockcastlo county, cave on posso, who by Deputy O. M. ltaudall and mash and beer, destroyed 300 gallons of ' a splendid copper worm still of 15 gallons capacity and otherattachmeuta. lislu clnver "Doc" stepped into open space and full under thu car wheels below. Both legs weru cut otl nud one of his hands was mashed into a pulp, while his facu was badly bruised and cut. He was lifeleea when thu trainmen found him and his body was brought hero and prepared for burial. Mr. Lnnaban was a son of Mr. and Mis. William I.anahan, of Rowland and was an acceptionally good boy. His remains wero laid to rest Sunday afternoon in tho family buryinc-grounat Gordon Spratt's. Tho deceased waa a member of tho Knights of Honor and carried 2,000 in that or J der. room. d Thu fact that Congressman Hreckin-ridgused to live nt Danville and is here, and tho further fact that the father of thu woman who has brought such startling charges against him, was for a long time a resident of Crab Oichard, gives her suit for breach of promise and seduction, a peculiar interest here. Judge 1'ollard, as he was called after his election as police judge of Grab Orchard, moved to that place a number of years ago and for n long timo was storekeeper and gauger at a distillery. Miss Madalino was small then, but she is remembered by somo as n bright littlo girl with a promise of beauty. Her father was a saddler by trade and was a great Odd Fellow, finally attaining the highest otlice in the Grand Lodge of the State. His remains lie in tho cemetery at Crab Orchard beneath a handsome monument erected by tho lodgo there, which held him in high es. o well-know- n the oil yields a rich return to good husbandry, Tho Farm has upon it a ue.ithcrboarded loc house of t or brooms, under which there is a dry cellar, at all timo, a large and commodious barn and other necessary outbuildings. 1 hero is in the yard a tine well ol cool, pure and livin; water and also near the house a good spring, and for stock purposes two good ponds on the farm. In short, it Is one of the pleas.intest places in the county to lue In ail of its neighborhood environment'. I emit of Sale One. third cash in Land and the remainder cf the purchase money In one and two iais in euual mitallments, with 6 per cent. Interest Irom day of vale until paid, and lien pay- tamed on the farm to secure tn inents. navable to the undersigned to the purchaser The rami will be surveyed and full possession will be given on the first day o- January, for sieding, about 50 acres now in corn, tho purchaser will base the right to put said land in small grain and the right of and egress lor that purpose to ill place. ss WATER COOLERS, FARRES & HARDIN. Call and see them before buying. for sale cheap. Every thing in the grocery line Agent and Attorney lit Fact for Hays' Horn. John-- R ,VRREN, T 3R,TT3T:KS In Square or round top, zinc or canvas; I t E623CC8:cC8 Mein 5., O lUiUU 9 t I colli. H luge, lull mi. bint thtjei music of the l.itct.luot unarming aud vooal iiistrnnienUI O., ... ,, i,m,iiiiuiiI ithoruostolenantninu Q her, 1' cudtnif U ur I ime ue portraits. vl: Ol11..riienolt .,irioHiwnlitid.incor, I'n'Jerowtkl , ...... ..mi. rni.triixt Atlulia l'attl. and .Mrs. i lioi. Il.'ueloaull. MIW YOKK S .1reiwnllordHrto tliBWipulHrbflantr. Ad- -j MlflCAL CS uuiiuiuk,... UIHO. liroaawat nii-ftir- js3Ea VAULSESS And w.irtli of Unely music for I rty TEOSSCOPBI S)a In canvas, rubber or leather. zs&tt&s&vsxxax H. J. McROBERTS. 4-- ' 1 -- 5 !: u XWyf!$my$if Interior Journa f- - I. sr-ry- ii Wffi"' -- - ?3SnP--r- - . ,4 j.jss ' 1 ' O fi " r 9fpyp 'WW'.1 DR. W. actd bj Dr. L. K. ' H " i r- 4. - ' .. - . ' w t r U ft'rH Lincoln County Teachers' Institute. The Friday morning's Beeaion opened with music at the appointed hour under the supervision of Supt. McClary. Prof. Published Every Tuesday and Friday Grinstcad led in prayer. Minutes read AT $2 J?KU YJC Alt IX ADVANCE and query box opened; contents readily disposed of by those to whom questions tWWhen ot to paid 32. 60 will be charged." were addressed. M. D. Hughes having been assigned an address, presented him K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. self without one, but furnished a substitute. Mr. Brough read a abort biographTrain imvea Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning ical essay. The subject of difficult gramat $:to p. m. matical sentences was resumed and held LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. the attention of all for an hour or more, . ....u 7 pm when the Institute resolving itself into Mail tram going North " " South 123 pm ... 11 51 pm a committee of tho whole, the accompaExpress train " South it N0rth n 3jam nying resolutions wero passed in their Local Freight North ..9 36 am .....2o7p m order. South. . Th latter train also carry passengers. Good-byewere said, when the InstiThe above if calculated on standard time. Solar iae is about so minutes faster. tute adjourned sine die. M. J. Brouqh, Sec'y; QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Georgia Lewis, Assistant. Semi-Weekl- y s NEANIIUSINE88. Buy your school books and school supplies of all kinds nt A. II. Penny's. Watciiks, clocks and jewelry repaired and warranted. Eugrnviim a specialty, at A. R. Penny's. The soda water syrups at A. 11. Penny's aru mndo with pure fruit juices and aru (lellgntlul. try tliem. 1TOTZOXT We will Deliver I0E Every Morn ing at c per lb. l-2- R PENNY Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Dentist, Office South side Main strret, in oftlcs recta In Manlord and Rowland and by 50 lbs. oc per 50 lbs and too lbs jjc per 100 lbs. We are very thankful for past patronise and repectlullr Its continuance Will deliver Irom t lh. up i MRS. JANK HARROW A CO. JOHN B. DcNARDI. Carriage Painter and Trlmraor, All kind, of V.hlelr. Vi.lnfit rlmm.l .! ... paired In first class ty)c fisin and ornsmental ,4,',rclin uarant-e- d In both workmanil?nl ship and price. Shop on main street, over.Wm. HauKrutiy't blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky. South. bound.- - N'o. 1., Vestibule Limited, 11.50 . m.; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, 3. 5? a. in. ; No. 5., New Orleans Express, is. 17 a. ra.; J'o. 7., Local, 17.11 p. m.; No. 0., Mlue Grass Voatibulo, 840 p. M. North-bounSo. 1, Vestibule Limited, 6,43 p. m. ; No. 4., last Mail, 3.53 p. m ; No. 6 , fblga- L.iruiteu, 3.37 a. m , !o. a., Local, 3.35 a. in.; 10, Blue wrass special, 6 a. m. Trains pass Junction City as follows : Vehy fashionable, for dressy occa- the Democratic party He would appreciate yuur ote sions aro crcam-whitsilk gloves stitched very delicately In black. JOHN M. JOHNSON The newest twits nre thohe of several rows of beads held together by bands Is a Candioate for Alienor of Lincoln county subject to the actloc of the Democratic patty. of finely chased imitation gold. A new variation of tho standard W. McCLARY nnvy-blu- o costume isono trimmed with black satin nnd white lace insertion. li a Candidate for Superintendent ol I'jMic for Lincoln Pale blue Is a favorite shadu with SchoolsDemocracy. County, subject to the anion Princess May, which accounts for its ol the being- just now one of the most popuA. GIVENS lar colors. RESOLUTIONS. Fashioxaiile blazers and reefers aro Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, subThe teachers of Lincoln county assemject to tho action of the Democratic party. bled in Stanford, Ky., Aug. 10, 1SD3, do of duck, pique and linen sacking and have all the fit and Mulsh of a tailor-mad- o adopt following resolutions: o F O. P. HUFFMAN Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of Garrard Etigll.h and Classical -:- : Jth, College, Kontucky. iS-j- For males and females. Lancaster, Ntst 1 : F. The course tcachmc thorouch. the'biiildincs and grounds Young ladies beautiful and rates reasonable. I Oariled m the College, young gentlemen boarded In the town For further particulars aidrrs the Ml LI ON KLLIOIT. I'resident, srnsion brgins Sept. THE P. 0. MILLINERY. m post-offic- e Call at the room and see the TO COAL KlIRNERH Of Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity Ten-neso Largest and Bost Solected Stock 1 - the & Vf I? . Is. IF costume. G. V. Valuable Town Lots and 100 It Is neck and neck this scuson be Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of 100 Acres of Valuable Lands, the States that yield the largest amount tween lightweight, delicately colored the Democracy. wools and silks. Indeed, at the presFarm Containing 130 Acres, shops and All lying aloniide of depot machin for the support and advancement of the sell at a nr.li at Corbui Will or would bargain, all to-a Adjoj,,,,,,- - 1; p ent moment tho former arc considered 31. for Kennedy. Hall Atidcon. Sam eohnn getheror separately, cause of education, inBomuch as the per not only more youthful M Owens, r M.Ware. W. R Uunn but more chic Tilii..Crst. Kum. Correspondence solicited and A II capita is higher than it has been for a than the latter. D T.CIIKSNUT, Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action lc.r'?.ner tunn!nK bK ,0 "' commencing point at K II. Kennedy s It has good houses and is Corblo, Ky omw number of years. An easy way to freshen up an old of the democracy. well watered Also 7 head yearlings, mlsrd Steers and llslf. rs. 3. We approve of the harmony and waist is to add a flounco of lace, fall3 milk Cows, a Kood '0"d Marcs, i well brt . unity among the teachers and commend ing from tho neckband In straight folds yearling Killy.a trotter by In red tig, I Suckling Colt, family lltirse. 8 stock Hogs and J Sows anJ nearly to tne waist lino In front, form- Is a Candidate for As.essor, subject to the action their advancement and proficiency in igs i Rwesanu o i.amtis, i Huck, i Kockaway The undersigned hae for sale o Siulhdown ing epaulets on the shoulders and a of the Democratic party. Ulcmlls, i Sulkcy Ewes and so llucks imtorlcd and bred by . tirsu- - and Spring Wagon, in the high and honorable calling which collar in the back, but kept all in one Cecil, of Itoyle. Ni finei or better bred heep l ullivator. Reaper and Mower combined, llouie-hol- d Kville they have chosen. and Kitchen Furniture. ,.,.,.,. ploce, . in ino uie Jlhsohttdy D. ay 4 4. We disapprove of the late law re Amoxo tho very handsome thin dressManlord, Ky. LV N LYON, McKlnney Asto the office of quiring that 25 per cent, of the pupils es are those of gauze brocaded in How- - Is a candidate for sessor, of Lincoln County, subject to sctton of the sha11 the teacer 8hallbBre-- era. Tho skirts of these dresses aro democratic party. u!ndr A cream of tarter baking pow- - I SPLENDID FARM moved: for the reason that other causes trimmed with Valenciennes lace niches, r -- 11 : and tho waist Is formed of lengthwise wilt sell Millinery may to reduce the attendance DAWSON, SALE puffs of strength. gauze separated by ValenLatest United States whenconspire the teacher is altogether compe- ciennes the Is a candidate for jailer, subject.to the action ol AT UNUSUALLY LOWIPRIOES insertion. Government Food Report. tent. the dvmocracy. I will sell privately my .arm of Amoxo tho pretty midsummer dresses tooacr.s.sltual-eKor the test of the senon Call and save oBy. ROYALBAKINQ POWDER 00., 5. That the want of parental on the tt.it side of In. Huitonville A Dan. are those of pale ecru batiste In A spU.tdid line ot LadiaV Under -- ear and Hosvllle pike. r miles Irom Hustsar He and within is deeply felt in our schools and we princess form, constantly on haud. 106 Wall St., New York. iery kept a half mile of the railioad slatHjo of Moieland. fastened at tho back. MISSLICCIE HKAZLKY, make united exertion to induce parents They are made over slips of ibeutmtsin a splendid stale of cultivation, Is a candidate for jailer, rubject to the action of Stanford, kv well improved with adwtllm of 6 cr 7 rooms, A. S. to visit the schools and to exercise a and are shaped to the figure by the old JeffrrsonUn democracy. outbuildings, including a good bam. About hatrol the fatm Is sown In grass and th SURGEON DENTIST. better control over their children at narrow lengthwise tucks and trimmed entire place Is well watered and can be d vldtj B. home, since no school can prosper with- with drooping brctcllcs of guipure into ir 1 parcels to suit the purchaser Office over McRoberts Drug Store inthe ne For write to or call ou, Owsley Building. J I". LAND. a Candidate for Jailer, subject to theattlonof out the aid of judicious home influence. lace. Is " Mrreland, Ky Stanford The newest thing In summer-weigh- t the Democracy Me KINNEY. KV 6. That some means should be adopthop sacking Is in admiral blue, cherry ed by which the patrons of the schools red and silvery cadet blue. These are W. W. HAYS, Hotel at I have bought above mentioned should be the sole electors for the school made with a simple Eton jacket and a and have attached a Is a candidate tor Jailer, subject to the action ct trustees, in order to eliminate favoritism boll skirt, somewhat less flaring than the dcuiociacy and incompetency in the selection of those skirts have been, with several First-Cla- ss Bar and Pool Boom. LOGAN AVENUE, shirt waists of plain China silk in white STANFORD, KY., teachers. Hi., renairedand!refurnlihed the Hotel and and any colors desired. 7. That we express to Prof. W. C. am oettcr than err : : ' Horn cotton nud linen batistes are Is a candidate for jailer, sulject to the action ot Grinstead our sincere appreciation and Prepared to Accommodato the in great favor for midsummer dresses. the democracy. Alwavs'sellsl goods lower than anyone else in gratitude for the strong, forcible and in They aro trimmed town. New stock of Fruits every t nil ay. Public. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now with bands of inser structive manner in which he has con tion, either of guipuro lace or of la my charge and I intend to conduct it 10 as to SAM 91. Commercial Men sot only maintain its high reputatioa, but to add Special attcntion'io ducted our Institute and that we comSome batistes come in dress Is a candidate fo Sheriff of Lincoln county, subto its long list ol fnendi. Special accommoda. W (l(t.r..N, rropricior. tionstsr commercial travelers and ftp. rooms for ject tu the action cf the democratic primary. mend him to tho school superintendents patterns, provided with drawn-worCARSON, Manager JOE th.ditpluy of samples. of other counties and general public as a trimmings in rows and bands, for I will open on January 16th, 1S93. a Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ol bright, active and thorough educator , waist, sleeves, collar and belt, and !A!First-Clas- s D. Saloon Jersey milk to the people of Manlord and Rowwith the skirt breadths finished with a lolloping prices, delivered: land at the who is zealously alive to every question wide hem And MILLIARD and 1'OOL ROOMS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub attachtd headed with drawn work. jeet to the action of the democrat!, primary JOSEPH COKKKY 20 cents pertaining to the public Fresh Milk, per gallon echoois and EIRE AND STORM The fancy for round belted waists In 10 cents Milk, pir gallon Skimmed whose long experience places him nil sorts of elaborate designs is 8 cents carried Sutter Milk, per gallon abreast the front rank of State's most out In various fabrics. Those of chiffon Falls Branch Jcllico Coal Co., Iwill make two trips dally. The patronage cf the Representing . eminent educators. are just now very popular. Illack Isa Candidate far Jailer of Iiiuoiu county and ij a G. A. PEYTON, enblic is solicited. not to commit themselves to any friends Miners and shippers of the OKNUINK Stanford, Ky jr. S. That we extend to "Supt. W. K. Mc chiffon is generally becoming and may atkshi. as he is fori ed tt May at h mc and work one else, bo worn with a skirt of almost any col- 'His candidacy is subject tu the action ol the Dem Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Clary our united thanks for the 'Traveling Public. tial, courteous and gentlemanly impar or. The waists aro either plain or aro ocratic part) Notice Manchester, of Manchester, Hug.; attenTry it. We are the .ote agents lor Stanford !and have had trimmed with ecru guipure insertion. tion he has given us during the Institute When the insertion Kirwlaml. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Othte corner ol Depot ttreel and is used tho chllTon and that we most cheerfully recommend is arranged hi perpendicular puffs with America. 6 Ins. Co. of North "1 00 INS .t WAITS Companies. I would At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and him to the voters of Lincoln county for uie insertion bands between them. All of which are one be pleased to wait o rmy friends III this line, rol thce in connection with Hotel and of thu best 10 .. to thu important position of I have returned from the cities with ajni.e line night; anight la the State, open day icies promptly issued AVill insure against torna NEW SAFETY BAG. rl Millinery whlth I will sell for a small profit does, w md storms and lightning Lightning ilaus. vroan meets all trains. In connection with Housr Superintendent of Public Schools, a po(ioe.li left over, as fresh as this season's goods, esattachwl without additional harge have also one of the best Mineral wells in the butt nnd for reference to water, cull on Mr. and Mrs sition the duties of which he bus already Tim Clrror Invention of Luily Isabella from last season, I will (ll at Oflwe at rirst National Hank Stanford. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd G. W. Iarpesnnn, (if ImiiiiIoii. so ably demonstrated himself competent AND LINCOLN COUNTY Erin, Tenn , A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. CASH ONLY, Pockets aro to be counted nmortfr the COST FOR THE 'D. E. Proctor, C II. Hraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. V. to discharge. Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Johnson, .Hamilton, many troubles of womankind, and any The reason do this Is to reduce my slock of thanking ou lor y .r liberal patronage fur I e 0. That we condemn as an outrage upRates last stMM.n, I rtsH- tfully tlew Haven, lira Cox, Greensburi;. a Mil. $ pet so its continuance alleviation of the ilitlicultics entailed goodfirst I will be aelc to sell out my busiui.s at day. J. M. Petrey, clerk Give me re during tho cmiuk tcason. Indeed I espect an lu on the common schools of Kentucky thu by a Mrs. Kale opportunity. My I. W. CARRIER. Prop. 98oiy desire to carry all that is neccs-sar- the cordially invitf the ladies to call and examine turned mother,the ilies wuhDudderar has jul mi- use the I an elegini hue of Irom practice that to an extent seems prevawith, safety will be hailed with my goods I also solicit a rure ot their tutroB- - llinery, embracing iUKJ. I .l 11111l.lVj lent among district trustees this year, delight by our sev, says tho Lon- lfi. Manlord, Ky ALL OF THE NOVELTIES whereby they, in view of the increased don Queen. There is hardly any Proprietor, 9 B. RILEY, Ierthwiress-iper capita contract with teachers in ma- icnunine pocket that can be honSTANFORD Of the season, of htch she will have lull control I,rst, It is made by a Institution .Second, the Kc is .bsolitely and She alio engaged a - Kentucky. ny of the larger districts to teach for a estly said to be safe for carrying ihemlca'ly pure, hells; r,. London, which hr.t distilled ant then raiefully filter. stable, Dress-MakeFirt-Clas- s longer period than live mouths for the bef..re being ftMii I li,d, Artih, lal I have moved to my new Hotel .and am better Uc will ,t prepared than eer to accommodate the public.- public money. It is uothiug lobs than u my Millmcr before miK n loicer than innd li e I......K Call At John M mefec's ntw brick on Depotitied, b bnylnn and esamlncyour stock offor your dresu.i of cholera 11 locked lor during the year aiid noth. Good Livery attached and every convenience de- an infamous imposition order and lease upon many ng is s. apt to prodine or spread this tired. Uive me a can. disease as rhaukitigyou for past favors we soliUI same J Impure water or Ice. I'lflli.il will FRANK RILEY. young teachers who are compelled to ac 77 be. W. RAMSEY, MAItY DAVIS DUDDERAR. cept such propositions or not teach a, Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l WliOwillat.il! times be g ad to a commodate all all. The reason our public echoois, com THOMAS VKAOKR. with good rigs at reavmi'le ralis. My llusjwill IAMLS VKAGKR t your Doors ie meet ah K C train. paratively, are bo worthless is because of ROWLAND, KY. Ker morning at tb (ellowtng Prices. YEAGEK & the meagre remuneration of thu profesHARDWARE, IN GROCERIES, Ker 10a pounds r over DEALER ,,oc per hundred J sion which in many instances is calculaFor jopoundstoie jc per hundred Has moed into his new store at the junction of ted to drive able mun and women from FQD AND SALE STABLE, LIVERY, For to t. jo rwunds.. work Cabinet Come tu Rowland fur the Stanford i?. Crab Orchard and "( jt.otf" pikes Jec per hundred I will make No less than 10 poundtidelivrred. ct Kowlaud and is now better than ever prepared the profession. Then just as the per size only $1 ;i per duen Card $1 to please the trade In both ctgatites at (.rati Orchard eter Saturday at same STANFOKD, r.Y. capita reaches a higher mark, in comes K. II It KM Kit " Hoping the citiiclis will take adtanui;eof rates these rates and encourage me in my good wurki, tfXOCIC OP.IGOODrf, lMtUCMfiS, this abominable practice of calling for We are Inoiir new stallem the Opera Houst 05 I am, respectfully. m Block and are well supplied tlh I RANK CORDIKR Etc. He has recently added greatly to his stock longer ttrins. Wo would respectfully and having 110 rent to pay and no toss by bad debts call the attention of our next Legislahe can sell you gxds cheaper than any body. Call NEW RIGS AND HORSES rtM7-cud get his prices before buying ture to this condition of affairs. Give us better better pay and we will give you Have been purchased and nothlngbut . The finest fruit Mexico, you better schools. money. Lady Isabella Margesi-ohns, urcincmps underbelt of Newifpioperly No fall urnouts will lcae the stalk-irrigation attended 10. That we thank the Intekiou Jock-na- l However, come to the rescue of her hex to. All fruits grown in California can be 3 kiiiii Give Having purchased the oranges and lemons. for many courtesies, not only du- and has invented one of the most con- In New M.xti.o. except acre on Land from per venient bags which we have yet M'eii. 6 per cent. $n to$jo or address, 10 j ears' tune, at Call on ring the Institute, but at all times. Edis, indeed, inultum in parvo. It is R. C. MOltOAN. D D S., itor Walton has been the teachers friend, It btanlord, Ky. intended to hang at the side and is diCRAB ORCHARD vided in half, one portion being deOf J. V. Kamsev, lam increasing tliestockas therefore we woud recommend that evfast as.posiible and Kill toon have it ery teacher subscribe for his excellent voted to thu watch and a Binall bag p sk -j 4isr. for Par- - paper to show our appreciation of his the gold, the other to the purse, while pocket for cards and pencils is at kindness. 11. That the minutes of the Institute tho back. Jhit by a eluver contrivance Call at my Moru bn Lancaster street and I will tho purse cannot bo -be published in condensed form in thu outside. Ily means reached from the make it to) our interest to trjde with me SJ4 cd !of a hpring the -I.vrititioK Journal and tho Home and mouth of tho bag opens wide and on W. C. HUTCHINCS. with Its 'I his lamed Summer Resort, School. unclasping Jho upper pocket first tho 3 l'J. That the thanks of the Institute be purbo is available. G, Lanbam A. Tho bag is of a John 15. Cattleman. tendered M. J. lirough and Mies Georgia very moderate stee, miido in different SUSS Hoaling Watow and Restful SurLewis for the capable manner in which kinds of leather, lieing ornamental as roundings, well as useful. they have performed duties as sec2. We contemplate with pride the fact that Kentucky is now numbered among 1. We approve of the calling of this Neteu was loco more popular than Institute and realize the beneficial ef- it Is at tho present time. From thirtv fects resulting therefrom. to forty yards aro used on a single silk-musli- garment. n Having made arrangements with the East JellicoCial Co., I am now prepared to sell ou Jelilco Coal at the lowest possible margin. I find that by pslng cash and selling for cash I can sell much cheaper, 30 come and see me and see how little money will buy jour Winter supply ol this Coal, tho best on the market ThaitMtiK you for past favors and soliciting a continuance of same, I am respectfully yours S D ADAMS. Rowland ,o-jIs a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of X the democratic party I HAVK J. Of Millinery In town bound to pleatt you. 10 he goods and prices are MRS P. T. COURTS. SALE OE LAND, STOCK DINK FARMER DEBORD Al I CM will sell m If not Mild or traded privately before, publKly Friday, Sept. 15th, x8oi, F. ELK IN, - JNO. BRIGHT For Sal. .... I 1 rure E. KENNEDY, -- a u:o.. i,T.: TO W.I,. 1 FOR PRIVATELY. d JOHN BAILEY, AHluP PRICE, pnle-yel-lo- w JOHN MERSHON Commercial Hotel, POWELL, C1NERAL STORE, C. D. Kentucky, A THE GOFFEY HOUSE Stanford, PETER HAMPTON, OWENS, JOSEPH COFFEY, Pror. 3DA.TJEHT. m 1 k First-Cla- ia T. NEWLANI), J. II. liAUGHMAN, . )7-- il T. J. HATCHER INSURANCE AGENT 91-- 1 tothe Original Jcllico Coal. 1 Tha Sb.9lton House, MILLINERY. first-cla- . The People of Stanford - 1 ITow Millinery. 1 y THE RILEY HOUSE MANUFACTIRKI) n ICE, ho-n- J". H. HZILTOIST A mill uvm, mi m m r. ,,', ,,,. i J. Pro'r., YEAGER, PHOTOGRAPHS first-cln- s . i' If jr 30-- 1 Tlao Peoos Valley. COME to SEE ME. : first-cla- ss them a Call. o 4& Grocery Business Complete in Every tlcular. BANKS THE JEWELER. -:1 Z- -- STANFORD, SPRINGS, m f 3 cj 2 ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS,: Stock Most Complete dfcgfr g e fJ w -- C3 their Insurance Company BARBEE&CASTLEMAN Commerce retary and assistant. 13. Tnat we heartily appreciate the kindness of Idol & Proctor, through their agent, Overton Pierce, for the use of one of their excellent instruments. Also that wu thank Miss Georgia Lewis and Mies Nora Philips for their services as organists. A Good Housewife Building, Louisville Local Agent, Agents throvgjoutthe South, W. . TSIBBLI, .STANFORD, KY. thorouuhly if you expect Rood health during the summer months. Take Stot'kton'a Antisoptic, it ia just what you want. For Bale by A. 1. Penny, Stanford. will clean her house every sprinc nnd it is jttetas ueceaaary to clean the system Wardrobe, Somo wiso women aro having box lounges made for them. They aro tho hhapo of a Turkish couch in all rm ii r.s .ou-afj, i except that they have no curvr 1 rz"m ing "arm" at either end. Tho top is raised by hinges and is covered with a mattress and with chintz which falls iu a valanco around tho sides. This forms tho very thing to hold in iLs recesses madame's best gowns, which can bo spread out to their full length without fear of rumpling or crushing Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt them. Ne liou.se wife over had closet personal attention given to repair room enough, but this addition to the furniture of a cramped "apartment" work. One call will convince you that this is the place to trade. would be particularly acceptable. Jlotli Lounge ts, u, Is Now Open for tlicRc-tccptloii- of GlICHtS.J V Health and pleasure seekers will find this B tu AN ADMIRABLE PLACE To recover their wonted health and energies and at the same tune secure quiet, home like fare at o S vl -- i Reasonable Rates. Ko Pr ce of Board from $; to $11 perweek. further intormation apply tu GUS HOFMANN, Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky, I star and Jell bind foot white, good tuane and tall, isH'unds liigh. Owner can get her by paying ensrges. 37 U. H. CROW. have at mv place a deep Hay Mare with small J":- -