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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893082201 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. i r ritn Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXI. WILLOW GROVE. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. AUGUST 22. 1893. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. I NO. 50 CRAB ORCHARD. i LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Meesrs. Holdam aud James have Bro. Frank continues to improve A three dayB' special term of circuit Miss Ella Bailey, of Austin, Texas, baa been visiting relatives in tbis vicini- slowly and hopes are entertained thai rented the old school building for a court convened Monday. warehouse and are storing a big lot of DANVILLE, KY. Miss Bessie Adams, of Garrnrd, ip. ty. Mr. Robert Lewis is In tbo Cumber- he will be up and out soon. Some of our farmers are feeding whisky in it. recuperating. visiting relatives here. land mountains The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. Mrs, Georgo Sinclair and Miss Don't fail to attend the Laurel coun It does not speak volumes of praise their wheat to their hogs, owing to the With a full course of study, both English and Classical While the course ol instruction U Bergerou, of New Orleans, and ty Fair, thu best in the mountains. for n neighborhood with as many chil- depressed condition of the wheat maradapted to prepare young men for the freshman Class, it is intended at the svne time to furMisses Lizzie and Mollic Burton, of G. W. Faris had a valuable milk nish a literal Unflish education to any who desire it. In connection with the Academy, dren and as many good people in it ao ket. Mrs. M. F. Holmes takes chargo of Buckeye, are with Mrs. Curtis Gover. cow killed by the train Saturday evetbis one, to have no Sunday school. A Mies Bella Livingstone and Mrs. ning. Miss Hetey Spoonamore, however, do the Mason Hotel on Monday, the "1st. Has been established in the Home nnd under the pergonal contiol ef the Principal. Regular study Virg Cross, a negro, stabbed anothserves great praise for lur ollbrtn In try- She Is an estimable lady and will keep Maggio Hibbon, of Kansas City, Mo., hetir under the supervision of the Principal and assistants and the restraints and government of nnd Mr. James Livingstone, of Palm er, namo not learned, fatally at Altamont a Christian home are combined with the Lest educational advantages. ing to get up one recently. She viBitod ao excellent houpe. For further particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc., address Union services will bo held at tho Beach, Fla., ureuests of Mrs. Stephen Sunday. a number of homes and tried her best JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville. Ky. S. A. Lovelace is the proud and hapto get the children aud tbo heads of the Methodist church Sunday evening and Pennington and Itev. Jasper Livingston. the sermon delivored by Hev. J. it. Tor- - Miss Lilias Buchanan and Miss Kincald, py father of a little baby girl. Grandfafamilies in the notion to organize a of Knoxville, are with Mrs. Harriet ther F. B. Itiley is doing well. enld they wanted cy, of tbo Presbyterian church. but they Dalton & Dunn's Comedy Co.; will bo Homer iiatson and his mater, Mies Abrahams. Mrs. Lizzio Henry, of Knoxto "real" on Sundays. They had better evening for a visit to ville, is tho mother of a fine boy which hero during the Fair, and If they J have be gutting a move on themsBlves, indi- Lula, left Saturday vidually aud collectively, that they may the World's Fair. MissSophronia Smith made his appearance last week John a crowd in proportion to the advertising RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. they have Dunn, they will do well. be prepared to sure enough "rest" in and Mr. and Mrs. T. Klkiu started on Buchanan Henry. Three Colleges ; Three Training Schools I'ifteen departments of study. Healthful location ir Boss Butner, of color, and John the heart ol the Hlue urass Region Monday for the Windy City. Mrs. Hording, who made 6uch a Ovmnaslum and Athletic rtonnii,. Ifnrirrat rmrniri the sweet over lengthy Btay at the Vanderpool House, Warren were arrested Friday, accused llCOtof.'tO. Attendancex..last session 33 from thirty States and countries. For full informatiot "Frog eye," tho connection with the fact that Miss In nd catalogue apply 10 u. M.ANTVX, XI. v., Chancellor, Xicamoad, Kentucky. Georgia Low is won tbo Intkuiok Jouu whom two dusky damsels recently had left very suddenly in tho night taking of stealings pistol belonging to a guest nal's priro In spelling at the Teachers' a tight, ought to bo employed by the Miss Hattio Vanderpool with her. It is at the Catching House. They gavo bond. Win. Stringor, of Pittsburgh, Ky.f Institute last week, it would be in place managers ol the World's Fair. Ho said they walkud from here to Stanford and that the girl was robbed of her has been appointed a deputy under Uniof would be a drawing card. to statu that she is a bright member Thustoroof It. E. Mcltoberts was money and loft there. How much of ted States Marshal Blackburn. He filed a bright family. Her father, Dr. T. M. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. gentleman on entered Thursday night by burglars, who this is truo we are unablo to say. The a bond Saturday with J. W. Bastin, Geo, LewiH, is a W. Givens and It. Jackson bondsmen. s of tbo girl are very much most any subject, a faithful and success- carried away some of tho jewelry in the Democrats who know all the parties are 1893. ful physician, and her mother, who was cose of Messrs. Morrow and Mcltoberts. distressed about her. surprised that Stringer should be apThey entered the back door of thu buildMr. A. II. Baa tin has nearly comMiss Lizzie Alcorn, a sister of Judge Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music aas) James W. Alcorn, is possessed of an ing by forcing thu lock and cutting an pleted his new storeroom at the depot, pointed oyer such men as F. , itiley An. Excellent hoarding department. Catalogues and clrcnlars furnished on application. opeuing In the wire screen aud undoing which is quite an improvement to that and John T. Hatcher. unusual amount of good, hard sense. Their oldest son, Albert A. a latch about 12 inches below the top of (iihl-u- . tie nas a coal storo in connecfJfUftCH AFFAIRS. Lewis, Is a newspaper man of recognized tho door. Nothing is known as to the tion with tho storo and will soon be Several sus- ready to supply the town with that necThe Southern Presbyterian Church, ability; Miss Maggie is a highly accom- perpetratorof thu crime. picious looking characters were in town essary article. He is a most obliging with less than 200,000 members, has 130 TSLy. plished young lady, possessing musical n that day. gentleman and wo feel sure he will get missionaries in the field. degree; I'rof. talent to an eminent FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. Over 4,000 colored people attended It is stated that parties have been the greater part of the patronage in that Lewis was the youngest and only services of vicinity as everyone likes him. tbeStato Association of Baptists at sent to Indiana to engage tbu A SCHOOL AND HOME FOR GIRLS. teacher in Koylo county to get a Eight excursion Good faculty; superior advantages; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and special Sunday. For Sale. A very desirable properschool certificate laat year aud the Conrad brothers, who killed the inducements offered to those who desire to make teachers. Our aim is to make our pupils thorough their other two children, Robert and four white caps recently, to be exhibited ty in Crab Orchard, situated on Main trains came in loaded to the guards. . The Barnes troupe were in Frank- The College has been recently reftted, and a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, John, have just any amount of "boss In a museum in Cbicago during tho and Cemetery streets; house has sir good M. Q. THOMSON, Principal. where the 07angelist ftc.have been added. Mian Georgia being given the World's Fair. Chicago has disgraced it- rooms, pantry, kitchen and all necessary fort, Sunday, sense." ML Xenla school over about 13 rompet self by allowldg the Libby prison to be outbuildings nnd lot contains three preached at night and left next day to meeting at Carrollton. itors, last week, is no small matter it- taken from Richmond and placed on ex acres of good, rich land. Tho well of bold a Dr. J. It. Baumea, a minister and re self, but it proves that tnlent and hard hibition in that city, thus keeping alive splendid water on this property is worth work are always recognized. the unpleasant recollectious of tho war the price askeJ for the place, as tho lato ligious editor for 25 years, has leased If, Dr. Graham spoke of it as being wortli Daughters College for three years and in the that ought to pass into oblivion. Mr. Jack Ilosley says that In Square or round top, zinc or canvas; year 1S35 a well was bored by a Mr. however, the managers of the exposition 50 cents a drink to anyone Buffering will open it again Sept. 0th with a full John Shackelford on a farm which after- are not content with what tliey have, from kidney or liver trouble. This prop- faculty. p In a single word in Boston, which .s rrm ward paasml into the hands of the hon- they ought by all means to arraugu to erty commands a good rent price and A jtX. SCjJ kjm VZj contains 22,000 inhabitants, there is not ored and venerablo democrat, George have tho fight between Corbett and would be n splendid home for anyone o desiring to take advantage of Crab Or- a single protestant church. New York, W. Tribble, Ksi w bo eome 40 years ago Mitchell to tako place in Midway Andarranged comfortable seats under the reserved for all the dig chard's noted waters. For terms ad- below HUi street is as decidedly misand seats wide spreading branches of the innumer nitaries of the land. An occasional bud dress Mrs. Bettie Buchanan, Crab Orch- sionary grounds as China or Japan. The 07th annual report of the Amerable shade trues surrounding it and it light or chicken light may be added as a ard, Ky. ican Bible Society shows that during proved to be a boon to mankind for at Bidu show. The enormous waste of MAfMN0N.AMUimRS. tho past year tho receipts were In canvas, rubber or leather. least -- o miles around, the people from moiuyupon tins frivolous undertaking and expenditures f 500,537.01. and other places, con- at a timo when starvation is staring Stanford, Danville Fraier Colliusworth, 21, married gregating there hIokI dtily and espec- hundreds of thousands in the face, re- Mrs. Frances Kctoa. 71, in Clark county. The sum of S155,23S.32 was appropriated for tho foreign department during the ially on Sunday afternoon, and wbiliug flects no credit upon a people boasting Ho is poor; she has a farm. present year. away the hours in a pleasant manner. It of their civilization and Christianity. The boy is her 5th husband. Few people have au idea of the Sulbecame widely knon as "Tribble'a Mrri. Mnrio K. J. L. S. Wlllard, of iutluence of tho work of the California is preparing for a mid- New York, has tiled believers in phur Well," and tbo strong suit agaiust Richard American Bible Society. The total rewinter international exposition at an Goodman Piatt, of elllcacy of its waters were innumerthe that city, for f50,000 able. During tbo war tbo soldiers of Francisco which will open Jan. I, lb'.M, for breach of promise. Mrs. Willard al- ceipts of tho society for 77 years, to both sides who participated in "the late mid close June 'M. It will bu in Golden leges that Mr. Phut promised to marry March 31, 1SJ3, were 20,510,24S3i, and unpleasantness" used to frequently come Gate Park and cover over 100 acres. her, but that after she had lived with tho total issues for tho same were agriculthere, and doubtless scattered all over Manufactures and liberal arts, him awhilo ho refused to keep his prom Elder Clark Braden has signified Iub are those of ture, horticulture, mechanical and dec- iee. She is a grass widow. tbu United States intention of debating Christianity with number who remember somo pleas- orative arts will be dinplayed on a huge their looping is a costly pastime out about C. O. Moore, the somewhat noted infidel. ing Incidunt connected with this once scale. Tom Mr. ow Spokane, Wash. on Demands are being made Braden might do the cause more famoui cumpiug ground. I n after years, Ynrk hunks bv Southern concerns for Cat, r Kohspell Indian, captured bis good by letting such men as Moore sehowever, the water, I am told, partially which to move tho cotton squaw there, shot her dead and scalped verely alone. His opinions have no ceased to How and "when thu well dried funds with belief is expressed among her for havingeloped with White Blan- weight with thinking people of respect up, then they missed the water, you crop and the of tbo metropolis that money, ket, a Spokane Indian. White Blanket ability. know." At present the farm on which bankers will eventually be forthcoming, one sug and others caught Tom Cat, cut oil his In Remembrance of Hattle Shumate. thm well was located, is owned by Mr. relief may to a great extent ears, louml linn baud nnd foot and NO! CCAD. Joshua H. Adams (about two miles from gesting that of certified threw him into a tire thoy had built. I think Hatlie is living jet; Hanging Fork bridge be ullorded bv thu use hero, near the The Somerset Reporter tells of a tt can not, ought not, must nut be, and lie bos just robored it, tlndiug ut checks. - novel case. Mrs. J. S. Smiley, wife of n That death hath conquered utterly, Sheriff Simmons ami posse, of Madsomething leas than 100 feet a strong That in tho swift and fell surpriie jhh hix ui grocer there, told her husband that she That chilled her heart and sealed her eye. stream of sulphur aud chalybeato water ison, airesteii ami piaceii inLick Springs. loved another man and could not live nearStato All died that u e had loved and known ; and consequently the neighborhood is the Wilson tbo All died that knew and lovtd her own This) tribe consisti of some -- i) or '2! men with him longer, although she admitted happy aud you can now "come to tbo t think her living yet. have banded together for the pur- that he was a model husband and father. fountain, drink and live." It will now who She then went before Judge Denton, reI think Hattle is living yet, pose of Mealing and who have been dobecome- widely known as "Adaum' SulSo men here In God's infinity; ing a great deal of it lately. The reM of linquished her dower, gave up tho cusATphur Well,"and if you'll keep drinking Somewhere, though hidden ijuite ln.ni me; band are hidden in the mountains tody of her two children and departed walks iu white She beitis this water I'd guarantee you'll never the say they will die rather thansuneu-der- . for llolton, Kas. Tho woman shows and Sha knows the joy, she foes the light Hiiktaw. thirst. that she is a most unnatural mother and Ol those who reach the higher planes, Thu Foit Wn nc train carrying f2.0,. Mr. Smiley should rejoice that he has lly secret ways of cr.ortal pains; OANVILLE. I think her living yet. 000 in gold coin to Chicago was wrecked gotten rid of such a wife, hut it is said at Whiting, Ind. The engine was thrown that he still loves her and prays for her (Advocate.) think Hattie is living yet; An angel bright, God's minister, The Fair Company is able to declare from thu track and thu car which con" return. All beautiful, t think of her; a small dividend from its last exhibi- tained tho coin was so badly injured it Craddock, who has never dono anyShe so divinely formed to bless, had to be burst open and a portion of thing in that line himself, though no tion. bo rich in woman's tenderness, Thu stock of C. D. Tort wood sold t tho treasure scattired on the ground. fault of his, probably, says in his God's hand might be to wipe a tear, .FOR His voice with words of holy cheer. Bssigneu's sale for fl.llVi. It was ap- Thu wreck caught lire and but for the "What has got the matter f think her living yet. BCtion of the fire depaittneut the with thu boys aud girls of this county prompt praised at y,ooo. I think Hattle is living yet; . Mr. Charles McDowell has been train with its precious load might have that so few marriages take place? It is In glad rcjoi ings round the throne, to till thu vacancy oc- been consumed. elected recorder true tho weather baa its inliueuco upon She serves and sings, she still my own, The Howertou scandal, which was all nature, causing tho (lowers to bloom, casioned by the death of Judgo Alex Goes with the slilningcoitipanics, Bourbon, is tbu nine days' talk in Anderson. I'he Great King in his beauty sees, the buds to put forth and tho merry A child gone home, she is not dead ' by thu publication of a letter from laik to sing upon tbu topmost branches Jesso I Kifl'o delivered Saturday Her portion she's inherited, last to Dick Gentry two car loads of cat- Mrs. Howertou, in which shu Bays that of the trees, hut it should not have a I think her living yet. T cents, weight and J. W. sliu was not in her right mind when her tendency to depress tho matrimonial fi'Si A Fkiknii. tle at husband made bur sign thu confession, market, which is tho life of the country Allen ono car at same, weight l,.r):tO. Jenuio James, tho little daughter of of which is truo. Shu says and the prospect of our standing army A. M. King and his brother, Claude, not a lino Mr. and Mrs. Smith Hansford, died at was in need of Howertou and stability of our government." have returned from an extended trip further that Uarrodsburg. tho easiest way through Now Kngland and Nova Scotia. money and thought this In Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, West Kx Postmaster O. W. Richardson, get it. She cloeYsby advising young Mr. King waay.roatly benefited by his to Virginia, Illinois and Tennessee all marry a man who drinks one ainoug our.oldest and most respectvacation, and says ho feels better than women not to ed citizens, departed this life yesterday Ohio Valley Statua thero are eight Senat home, as her husband does. bu has for years. at his residence in this city after a pro- ators who favor tho repeal of tile silver Thero arol4 men In nnd about The Weakest Spot tracted illness from some throat affec- purchase act, two in doubt aud two for Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. whoso ages aggregate 1,100 years, in your whole system, perhaps, is tho R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. tion. Uncle Cy, as he whs familiarly free coiuage. Blackburn and Faulkner an average of 78 years and some months. liver. If that doesn't do itd work of putroubles come called, has resided in thi9 city for tho am tho doubtful and Harris and liate Mcrifying tho blood, more The oldest of the 1 is Mr. John It. greater part of his life and if he had an thu freo coinage men. than you can remember. Afee, wjio la 00 years of Bgo and still from itPierce's Golden.Medical Discovery Dr. enemy on earth we never heurd it. Ho Nashville, Tenn., March 0, IS!):!. The wOrkB at bis trade of blacksmith. acta upon thin weak spot na nothing else was an honest, clover, upright man, a Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn. healthy, natural can. It rouses it up to Tho World's Fair is booming, the action. By thoroughly purifying the member of tbo M. K. Church South and Gentlemen: I have bail muscular rheu & Saturday reaching over 100,- - blood it reaches, builds up and mvig- - a citizen whoso place will bo hard to fill. matism and iudiueslion tor a number of attendance years and had lost hopes of ever Undiug Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset St.; wareroom, ..ninonvnrv nnrt ttf the BVBtOm. Somerset News Letter. paint 000. relief as the most skilled physicians bad on the For all diseases that depend Indiges-tian- , highly respected Samuels, and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. In my case, but I am happy to my John liver or the blood Dyspepsia, Tho controller says that tho Louis- failed antiseptic has tnado a complete your biliousness; every form of scrofula, ville City National is solvent with f farmer in Montgomery county, drowned cure nud I do most heartily recommend himself over domestic and financial even Consumption (or Lung scrofula) in surplus aud may resume when it has it to all for rheumatism and indigestion. its earlier stages, and tho moat stubborn troubles. Scalp Diseases, tho "Discov- capital on hand to pay demand liabilities I will gladly answer all inquiries in retSSign Work, artistic and plain. T3 We guarantee AChlcapo linn baa been awarded Skin andtbo only remedy so unfailing for which extensions have not been gard to Antiseptic. Yours respectfully, A specialty. ery" is W. K. Batkman, for the partial stonework of and effective that it can be guaranteed. work to give satisfaction, A share of patronage solicited. the contract granted aud to provide for- current de310 Broad Street. f it doesn't benefit or euro you have mands. government building at ltiehtnond CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky the Ask A. K. Penny, Stanford, for it. your money back. t for fU,512. Lu-ci- llo espe-dail- Centre College Academy. Home Boarding and Training Department a y o. CENTRAL university MkMHMwd cake-walke- r, Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 5th well-inform- ed grand-parent- OHBKSTIAN DULMGtE, Sustonville. Lu-clo- Slrst-cla- ss liar-rodsbur- g, 10-da- tr,xj3stk:s Tcr W 1 a ir IL TriCsHTJiCs ." ,LMi-sanc- -- JI57S,-9:50.7- TELESCOPE O H. J. McRPBERTS. blue-gra- ss Elegant New Stock of to-d- ay -- ftain-in-the-Fa- - arpets. atlings -- lias-s- ho 1 Severance & Son Fancy Groc3ries,Breati,Cak6s,Pies Candies, Lm.ches,Fnits, &c, J Ken-tuckia- n. CALLONRZIMMER THE BAKER. A Good Meal for 25 Cts. l'er-ryvll- lo Ad-dres- s. 1 NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL AUSTIN, Pro'rs. 11 GO,-00- 0 House Painting and Paper Hanging - It. .A..., "r. t'V.ji - V ' it V - Senator Lindsay has While the democrats of Virginia were week, an speech in favor of the unconstitutional Interior Journal in convention at Richmond last clause of tho afternoon paper was circulated in which repeal of the purchasing was a dispatch that Mxa. Cleveland had Sherman net. Tho live stock show at tho World's 8TANPORD, Ky., August 22, 1893 presented her old man with n boy, or Fnirnnnmvl yesterday. There are 1,200 urnnlnto that effect. Haviug implicit tho Semi-Week- ly prepared a iff t LP lit V ll U f i ' w the nowspapere is true, Leo enthusiastically announced tho news to the body and moved that n congratulatory dispatch bo sent tho father. Tho motion was adopted and tho governor signed his own name to tho dispatch. Imagine his TICKET. chagrin when the item proved to be DEMOCRATIC fnlsn. Ho then went to work to extri For Representative, cate himself from tho unpleasant situa HARVEY tion and at last accounts had BUcceeUoU in doinc so. But tho next timo tho ex- Superintendent or Tubhc Scnooli, governor of Virginin telegraphs about a For "possible president" ho will bo absolute McCLARY. W. ly sure that "unto tho pair n ciiilrt is born, unto them a son is given and the McCkkary spoke in fovor of the government shull be upon his shoulGov. nconditional repeal of the Sherman der." -. bill Saturday and his high etamlins in As Ge.v. John 0. Black is now drawthe House, coupled with the fact that he ing a salary of J5.000 and other perquiConfer-anc- e, was a member of the Monetary at large from the speech to be listened to sites as Congressman caused hia State of .Illinois, he,, will, prove to. the with unusuaj interest. He took.the po- country he is an honeet man, by relin sition that this country could not afford quishing for tho time at least tho $100 a to adopt free coinage at present, aa it is month voted him by Congress for total impossible for a single country to main-taidisability. Tho general is fearfully maimsuch a policy. Adopt it here and totally disabled as long would How at ed, but he is not our:$C50,000,000 of as he is in position to draw a salary from once to Europe. The only path to the His case the governmt or.auythingelse. free coinage of Bilver lay in an internapension budoes not come under the tional agreement for bhnetalism, which, beneficiary of a special of the Sherman reau, as he is tho he thought, the repeal he ought himself to discourage act. but bill would insure. He expressed regret such a raid on the treasury as tho draw question of a change of ratio that the ing of two salaries implies. The democrats gold and silver had been injected sympa- are pledged to purge the pension lists. into this question. He had no Let a democrat be tho first to give up a thy with those who now desired to pension he does not now need. change the ratio from lti to 1 to 20 to 1. To change the ratio would be to strike Seciiktary Carlisle estimates that it down and destroy every prospect of in- would cost the government $112,SG6.321 ternational agreement. To change the to change the ratio of tho 5419,'J22,-15ratio would bo to discredit every dollar silver dollars to the propesed ratio of 20 of silver in the United States. The tirat to 1. The dollar would then be nearly duty of Congress was, without delay, to as large as a dinner plato and nobody repeal the purchasing clause of the Sher- would take it if he could get paper man act; the second duty was to let free money or gold. coinage alone for the present; its third duty was to stand by a patriotic PresiThe Virginia democrats Bat down on advance tho pros- Senator Daniel by declaring against tho dent in his efforts to perity of the people and the welfare of free coinage of silver. Tho seuators will the nation. The governor was frequent- learn after a while that all tho wisdom ly interrupted by Mr. Bland, tho cham- is not concentrated in tho rich man'p pion of free coinage, but it did not dis- club, known as the Senate of the United concert him in the least, being always Suites. ready with a reply, till the silver loon says that the edThe Courier-Journpersisted in misrepresenting him, when paper is growing morose and he declined longer to be interrupted. itor of this beautiOur ronrofientative was warmly congrat no longer sympathizes with that speech, which ful state, love's young dream. Wrong, ulated at the close of his as usual. On the contrary, quite the re was liberally' applauded throughout. verse is true You don't know, old hoy. Speech is Bilver and silence is golden, Friends of Congressman Breckinridge says the proverb. Hut in the case of wo find claim that tho candidates who want to Billy Breckinridge an exception to this like there is to all warm his seat in Congress are at the other rules. The colonel was down for bottom of the damage buit brought by a speech yesterday, which while it may Mips Pollard. We hope, indeed, that have been delivered in a silvery manner it is no worse than that. was not silver, that is to say it was not The fact that Mrs. Cleveland U sailing for silver. On tho other hand the silence around in a yacht rather discourages the he is maintaining on a question that has gained currency. his moral standing does not appear report that to be golden, since his enomies are makNEWSY NOTES. ing the mo'st of it and insisting that if he It is said that tho virus of erysipilaa were not guilty he would assert that he unequivowill cure cancer. wasn't in unmistakable terms, -- Kight sailors at Port Tampa, Fla., cally and with no purpose of evasion colonol may be the vic- are supposed to have tho yellow fever. whatever. The Four national banks at Lemars, tim of a designing woman but all the same there will not be many people to Iowa, failed to open their doors Saturbelieve it till there is more evidence of day. Win. Devore's stable at Richmond it than there has so far been forthcomburned with several horses; loaa' $2,000; ing. . 's insured. first issue of Judge W. M. The William J. Jamison was hanged at fills evSunday paper, "The Bee,' Quincy, III., for the murder of Charles en the great expectations that its prom- 2C. Aaron, April lit, 1S92. Louisville ised advent had created. John Holland was shot by Arthur would seem to have a sufficiency of SunHe claims that Robinson Robinson. day newspapers, but there is always shot first. Both live in Garrard. room for such aa Finloy'a recognized The democrats of Jeesamiue, Scott ability aaa writer insures. The number and Woodford unanimously nominated before us shows more of honey than of H. L. Martin for the State Senate. the sting, but there is enough of the latTho Standard Wagon Co., Cincinnater to warrant that the Bee will use its ti, with stated assets of $1,200,000 and business end promptly at the smallest liabilities of $700,000, has assigned. provocation. Wo salute you, Judge Fin-leSaloon license has been fixed ut and wish for your venture all tho the most $500 in Bowling Green and those consuccess and prosperity that cerns are running wide open again. sanguine could imagine. Fifty miners were killed and many Thk Senate Finance Committee tied injured by an explosion of fire damp in ou tho question of unconditional repeal a colliery in Westphalia, Germany. of the Sherman law and the tie was Tho loes of the High Bridge Lumber broken by Chairman Voorhees, who voCo. by tho burning of its plant and lumted for unconditional repeal, coupled ber is $25,000 with insurance of with a declaration in favor of bimetalism. Harris, Vest, Vance, Jones, he of ArC. W. Rineareon, G P. A., of the C. kansas and he of Nevada, voted against A. A C, will succeed Mr. D. G. Kdwards tho repeal. ApolloMhe Senate shows as genearal passenger agent of tho (J. a small majority for repeal, but it is said &C. that tho body will await tho action of Tho vice president, Mr. Stevenson, the House. will make some speeches for Larry Ncal The Virginia democrats chose Con- in Ohio and will begin at Newark, Sept. gressman Charles T. O'Farrell for their Wlh. -- A "fast flyer" in the Leligh Vally candidate for governor on the first bal at Leroy, N. lot, giving him 1,140 of tho 1,005 votes struck a carriage of cast. The nomination was then made V , Sunday, aud killod live of tho occuunanimous. It. C. Kent, of Wythe, was pants. nominated for lieutenant governor by There is no issue in tho legislative acclamation. The convention was har- race in Shelby, both candidates having monious throughout, showing that the announced themselves for MoCreary for party is thoroughly united. Senator. By tho overturning of a skiff on tho The Kentucky Baptist abandons its Missouri River, near Jeflerson City, Mo. chosen Held long enough to remark "that Mrs. Foster, her two children and sister Hon. J. L. Bruce, tho admirable Moder- were drowned. ator of South District Association would to nomiA republican convention make a model governor." Very true, no nate a candidate for Senator in tho 17th doubt, but moderators did not fare very district has been called to meet at Mt. well in the last gubernatorial conven- Vernon, Sept. K$. tion. Dr. Clardy, the boss moderator, Gov. Murderer Foy is in luck. fell early in the action. Flower has reprieved him till anew elec can be put in that will not reAnother congressman is dead, J. L. trie plant peat the recent clectrocibiu horror. Chipman, of Detroit. ox-Go- W. P. WALTON. nn,irn,.(. tint Avcrvthinc printed in horses and v. Fit.-hnp- h 1,000 head of cattlo in A WORD TO THE Ouaht to always be sufficient. WISE 6 OR 8 PAGES. HEUI. F. --- n be-twe- The Carllslo Mercury lost its best advertising friend when James A. Chap-pedied last week. Ho was ono of the most progressive men of his section. Charles Clark, of Auburn, N. Y charges that his wife poisoned their lit tlo child and that aho plead with him to burn tho remains. Ho ia seeking divorce on this ground. There is now no doubt of the repeal by the House of tho purchasing clause of tho Sherman bill and both sides are ready for tho voto, which can not bo had before the 28th. A test case on tho constitutionality of tho "pocket veto" will be submitted bv Mr. Parrish, of Richmond, whose claim the governor killed without vetoing or approving it. Charlie Walton, a negro, cut tho throat of Sam Keith, a young white boy, just outtfde of tho Union county air grounds, to secure $. That night a mob quietly took him out of jail and broke his neck. If thcro were any pirates nowadays how they would swoop down on those unarmed transatlantic steamers which ..arrv miilionH of uold to and fro. The Spree, for example, had J4.250.000 in gold eaglea on her last passage. Crazed by the excessive use of liquor in tho Douglas Curtis, a Western Indiana railroad employ of tho at Chicago, murdered his daughter, desperately wounded, his wife and then blew out hia own whisky soaked brains. tho Thrn are in all 0S cases on Suof the Court of Appeals and docket perior Court, which convene in September. On tho Court of Appeals docket felare recorded 233 appearance and 10 Superior Court dock- ony ces. On the ... Ill ttitu uu et there aro --' appenrui. .,...! demeanor cases ll Bwitch-thrower Btables ut the Whito City. Briefly we would like to state that you ought not to let your chances like sunbeams pass you by, but you should TAKE ADVANTAGE as we have determined ta drop these goods so low that when we give you the prices it will be music exhilarating as that made by the Dress Of the few remaining days we have allotted to the almost exclusive sale of Slimmer inClothing, future, the near isNvaning and "Autumn with its sere and yellow leaf" is Goods etc. Since Summer Uniformed Stanford Gold Band, our comAnd like that organization, our prices will soothe your "savage breast" if the high prices of Lmpo-Hupetitors have you wrought up. We insist that you shall not take our word for it. but visit our and m and delectation. We "play all that In the way of panic prices that we have in store for your edification Ihcse goods are going always give entire satisfaction. bills" sell goods as represented and rapfily at fabulous figures, and our loss is your gain. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush, so Xsn this the golden opportunity of your existence. Don't delay but keep up with the big procession the saddest words of tongue or pen are just simen route to our store don't missit. remembering that ply these "it might have been." HEAR THE GLORIOUS NEWS THEV LOUISVILLE': STORE. A. URHANSKY, Proprietor. -- : j FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Milk cow and sheep for sale. W. II. al Campbell, M"Kinnoy. Southdown owes and bucks for "ale. it Dr. C. Fowler, Stanford. sold to Isaac Shelby a John Helm bunch of fat cattle at 2J cents. Tho Mercer Fair Association has decided not to give an exhibition this year. E J57.50. P.Woods bought of J. H. 7 Mc-Alist- er mare Biid 1 Horse mule coltH at ta Sheep and Lambs for sale; 10 owec, 2T wether lambs and one very line Southdown buck. Terms easy. Job. Ilnllmi. The noted trotting aire, Dark Night, at Lexington for '2 1,000. Tho purchasers reside in Dusaeldorf, Germany Hoy Wilkes broke tho world's stal- i record at Fort Wayue, Ind., l!nn going a mile in 2.00), the last quarter in s niii-in- Fin-ley- $10,-00- 0. e Amnrcan AcriciuturiRi esti mates the cotton crop at 7,500.000 bales, corn at 1.750,000.000 bushels and wheat ar H3.000.000 bushels. -- Last week 15,129,000 buslielH oi wneai r.rn sni. to forfciirn markets, while 310- ,000.000 of gold have been received and S,000.000 more arc atloat. Tiik Roller M Us are paying io to w nt fnr wheat for immediate delivery and J. H. Uaiighman tells us that ho has engaged a number of crops for delivery next January at oO cents. T. a. Hall has sold to Mrs. Sally J. Swope his tenement house with J J acres of land on Dix Hiver for fliiT. Mrs. Swope will inakofiomo repairs aud move to it this fall and rent tho house hih now occupies. C. O. Fox, master commissioner, soul Danville yesterday the .Mctemin at e place of 107 acres, Bituated on tho to Charles and Junction City pike, Orman. of this county, at ;00. Mr. Or man will tako possession Jan. 1st. During a recent thunder storm in this locality David S. Johnstone found that two of his largest bullocks had been killed by a thunderbolt. He thinka they would have weighed 1,700 each and had been sold at 5 cents. Dr. Alcorn in Advocate. In remitting for bin paper another year Mr. C. K. Crow, of Atlanta, writes that all branches of business aro dull there, but when cropa begin to move ho looks for a change in conditions Monev is In great demand, but our banks'are taking caro of their customers. J. W. Bales this week bought 100 fat cattle, Hvor.ig'm 1,000 pounds, from cents. Ho also Smith & Black a. catpurohased :K head ol piioe. tle fiom HarveyChonaultatoamo This bunch ol cuttle is for X. Lohm in & Son, Baltimore, and will be used for Register. crowd attended tho DanA small ille court yesterday and business gen erally was dull. There were probably 50 cattle on tho market, uui oniy uuuui half changed hands. Two cattle brought $15 and a lot of were withdrawn at 5c. I'rowitt & Wood sold it bunch of mountain ewes at f 1.85. One mule sold ut $S5 and a pair for $102. Wo predict lhat E. P Woods great gaddle stallion, Eagle Bird, will have no Lexing-ton- . trouble in getting the blue tie at He is in better ahapa than ho ever Dan-vill1 31V tia when it coiucb to goini! all tho gait, ami going them well, Mr. Woods' entry can t bo beat. may On this doctors don't disigree. It fact that tho bo regarded as an aured delegates to the Tan American Congress Kvery one guaranteed. Special at Washington, who travel over tie inducements now offered. ., Chesapeake A Ohio Railway will, with one accord, praisd its scenery and train way of H. WEAREN CO. service. There is nothing in tho views and picturesque lovely mountain vallevsol the Virginias, to compare with" that through which tho Ohio Kailrood pawiea. Theio is nothing of historic nature in America as itrrat as a trip through tho Virginias .i i,..r ta nrt nihnr railroad in AmenI want to reduce my large stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, smooth- the C. ,: O in tho ca superior to and offer them at prices never so low. Call and examine the stock. .. ness and stability of its tracus, mo r . Ladies' watches former price S50 now S4000; V. Vestibule Limited being ono of the Ladies' watches former price $35 now jSaj.oo; world. Tho Chesa-peak- e famous trains of the through Bull Hun, nov 517.50. Ladies' watches former price & Ohio passes other noted battle tields Manassas and Solid Silver Spoons, Hated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the and is in all respects tho best route for South- - Wet and the West, North-We: : of to the National Capital. For copy Virginia In black and whito, free and This sale will be made for CASH. Hring the money along with you. full information regarding rates and train service, address C. B. Ryan, distant G V. A , Cincinnati, Ohio. New-land- tibliabed, Eagle Bird would have worn ' the "slick" tie at Versailles, .,. i,?n lw.vrm.1 a doubt and that is Chriato's was and had not old Monte been bo well es- ranniniimi as a breeder me VAPOR STOVES. Ri:i'i:kinci-- s. W. A. Slay maker, A. G. Huffman, J. C. McCla-ry- , J. W. Perm, J. W. Wallace, , John J. N. Mcnirfcc, K. G. Waller, Wm. Rice. W. C. Abbey, T. H. Meals, H. K. Wcarcn, W. G. Rancy. A. J. Harp. .U W. & Cbes-apenke- it Great Clearance Sale. ?5 st SAME, SWEEPING REDUCTION. C.I OHM'. TEACHER of VOICE CULTURE, MRS. J. ,Y'D F. DUNN, 1MANO. ' II. II. KIN(i. II. I'KKWITT. KING & PREWITT. MORELAND, KY., We have opened up a nice line ol STASI'OKIl, KKNTLCK. Chorus Class andFroo. Class. Slght-Roadin- g Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get the most lor the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, Salt 7 bu. $1 50. Executor of J. L. Diwton, deed, which enables us to make very low prices. We will, rent at auction before the door of the llanjiins Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you Turk Mill at p m on money. Saturday, Aug 26, 1893, taiyWe are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. We have 11 yearling Southdown Rucks and iS Huck Lambs, all SIXTY ACIM.Sof l.an.1 to Ko In whet. Tcrirn I. I. An h' , made known dy of renting thoioughbred, lor sale. J 11. IlKll'lll. Kecutur TCTTTCi Se Sewion lOmmtnceiStpt 6, Lui pupil cm hiIvi ny time - Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, FOB. RE1TT. 4 SPLKNUID KAHM PREWITT. For Sale Cheap Privately. I will icll privately The World's Fair Route from the South My Splendid Farm of 150 Acres, Mtuati'd i' 4 mil South of Stanford. Thu larrn or li ma high ttaUj of cultivation nd ha plenty Ha ttt 40 acret Ml in K' the lift ol water ' the vtry best of improvement.' V. VV. II YS, Manlord, Ky i7. Pennsylvania si ,1 IS OVER THC 1 v: "Y ;:&-V SHORT LINES lit MBBo&Jir'--f-W- i s"5 ii"Tr?" - POSTED. I'lns nance forewarn huntcr, fuhtrmen ami er other not to trotpat on our land without mmton, a all nuh will be proiectited to the lull eit eitcntof the law. Sli;ned T I). NKWI.ANI). V. 11. HAYS. O C I.YON. K M. LACKOWir. 1 l,V)0-pouu- d HIKDIIAUMANV. I.. WHTIK. MKS M.A MAKTIN. J I. ItliCK. . I". I'KIKR C II ALU IIAUMICR 1 LOUISVILLE 1 s"'frrouivatcN ry. t FROM EXECUTORS SALE. A 0RCINCINNATf. INCIUDIS - Uxecutor of John M tell at public auUinon the prcmi.e ileginmns: at a McrUiberis, Sr , will on DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE Pullman Vestlbulo Sleeping and Buffet Parlor Saturday, August 2Gth, 1893, Cart, two-year-ol- d Two Houses and Lots, and then a be offeied firl epar4t-lwhole the bid heme accepted which will britieI the met i money. At the ame time and i lace, will tell the personally, conistirtj,r of p. in., Only Route Through the Indiana Natural Gas Belt. TICKETS rcgaro hO THtIR CONNtCTIONS CSN DC SCCURIO FWNCIPAL TICRtT OfllCIS 0 SOUIHIRI RAIIY.AVS. i three-year-old- s They will .1 THROUGH VIA THtSC UMS AT THE Furniture, Buggy, Garden Tools, Hose, Ac Cider Mill, 7S I""' cah, Term. On rthy, 6 and i j month, with intereil. On over that amount 3i o aod under, ca4, secured and with interest. W, II. HIGfilN"'. 4, one-thir- For AS '.innlns Implement, Set ol Carpenter ot Tool, days, on ( halancmu personalty, :t "J J-a i u vyr,. viiiiiiii i v i 111 XA V Kxecuior. H JW 7 ifP&Ajft J"VV -- ' , tmll Ko. DttlHIO DETAILS COhCCRHINd THIS FIRST-CLAS- S SERVICC, mAse Amy in pihwn on Br UTTER on TUlbftAM TO EltHCR or THE rOUOOIKOI . n n I inii..i a. a. Ltiti. auuia'ru n.....r AErIH fiA3awu.fl. iiiiii. LUl.tUlU.l, LI. k'Bi, utu.n. muarMM, . . IOCISVIU.E. 1. IXDEilMi. Unct ft irtcui inroRmTion to raus aki IH...I...1 HWDT. tin SiHCIl MHUiil03rl Puj'i Ijmt, wr. nana scj .n cu, , U3UHll. ric rlit, .tn . II. i. - a.y, u.j i . , if i . rf t: JILL H r. JriiiMMi Jf 1 "S.T" rV Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Auoubt 22, 1893 clor. Thy tho Bros. Takk your repairs to Dunks, the Jew ! to-d- Thk ny CnUpifPi will onnn two wnakg from and the prospect Is good (or a full 30 dayB system. McKlnney Bchool. Thk boy born to Mr. and Mrs. W, 0. Hutchings died nnd was taken to Lancaster for burinl. to-nig- Stamford, Ky., E. C. Walton, Business Manager PERSONAL POINTS. For !co cream, fruita, confectionnrles nnd oyBtera in hcbboi' go to K. Youn account ia ripo, ready and wait ing. Pleads call and settle. W. II. Wear-em m Zim-mer- 'fl. Mrs. J. W. Pulliam, who was Miss Go to the World's Fair It Pearl Tnblor, has an girl. They will only cost you 25 centa. You'll eee live In Washington and Mr. Pulliam has it nil and hear a heap of funny business nn important position in tho pension de besides. CLOSING -.-- UP! FOR FALL. No more regard for former prices. Summer stuff must go and with it for every Jsts's worth of goods paid for in cash you will be entitled to one of our 3 Craii Orchard Si'iiiNna is enjoying a nice nntrqnago. Thero aro 75 to 100 " A Co. or nnd you will not regret it. Tho old guests there and nil seem as happy ns Mr. C. 0. Tatk tiRSKone to tho. great deserves soino recognition from tho tho days are long. Fair. Youn account hns bebn duo and ready rebel democratic party, which ho has aorved Mw. W. E. Ellis left yesterday to since July 1st, Call and settlo by cash Auction on Tvesdny, Thursday and for nearly a half century. visit her purcnto At Glasgow. or note. A. B. Penny. Saturday nights for colored people only. Mirs Lkka Lackky Imh returned from IxisT at tho Morelnnd Union S. S. White people will pleaBe not nttend nt Tiik public school, 0. H. Holmes- prina visit to her sister in Fayette. Come and buy from us and when you buy secure a ticket for the Building dedication n gold medal with night. Auction every day this week. Mis.sUoi.lik Williams, of Huston-vill- cipal, nnd Misa Cettio Thurmond, assis- Angio B. Cnrponter on it. Pienso reamount purchased and when you have the amount of $15, come and W. II. Higgins. tant, will begin next Monday, the 28th. is witli MIbh Loulso Uailey. turn to Mrs. Will Fry Carpenter, Hua- take choice of Mr. E. C. Gainrs left last night for a a We would call atteution to A. B. Walnut nnd oak eight day clocks tonville, and receive reward. two weeks' stay at the World's Fair. clenronce sale of watches, clocks, $2 50; nickle alarms 75c; everything in I'kyto.h I'ahhott, of Lexington, is visMiss Kate Cook's school at Huston-vill- e silverware and everything in tho jewel my lino in proportion. Dauks, tho iting his sister, Mra. Peter Hampton. has increosod in number of pupils ry line. Now is tho time to buy at Jeweler. See big ad. MiksmMamik anii Annik Siiioli) aro to such an extent that alio hns been slaughter prices for cash. Her visiting Mrs. A. E. Gibbons in Danville. compelled to employ an nrsistnut. While Georgo Woaren Hughes, the Of Pictures. All our Summer Dress Goods, Summer Clothing, LaThe weather Iibb been cool nnd crisp nnd chilson ol Mra. Hughes, and n little sister, Miss Jessie Cook, will help her. Mn. Dr. J. G. dies' Oxfords in blacks and tans, snd Gents' low cut Shoes arc to for n few days with thnt delicious (all IM dren are visiting friends at Grab Orch son of Dr. YnnArsdalo. were riding a Notice. As tho time to make my an- flavor, which is always delightful. A be sold at ard. horse, the (oruier (ell oil, dislocating his Coleman Mykks, who hasbeeu ho long shoulder and bruising him up pretty nual visit to each school district in the good hoaking rain is badly needed B county has come, I will not bo in my though nnd tho farmers are beginning to confined with typhoid fever, is convale- badly generally. y office except on Saturdays and county cry nloud for it. mi ( scing it JK M u.' Geo no it H. Duns, of Springfield Ji'ikikM.(0. Saukley hat purchased court days for tho next two or three J. T. Terry has been appointed by Mo., is visiting his mother, Mrs. Fannie of William Welsh his house and lot on months. W. F. McClarv, County Supt. Don't hoard your money, but Sheriff Menefee aa his deputy in the And a splendid picture given besides. Dunn. Danville street for 13,000. His The new heirs of tho Interior Jour- Highland and Waynesburg precincts. of Georgedeposit it with us and get more than value received. Mim Rachakl Allison, Georgo L. Penny, has bought n porCarMr. Terry is n monatrous good man, but town, ia visiting Mrs. Judge Stephen tion of thu lot from Judge Saulley and nal, James McCreary Keller and We are determined to reduce stock. Come and see us. lisle Cleveland Waters aro already be- why Mr. Menefee should select a repub llurch. will build n nice residence on iU coming famous. A laro number of lican on his ntnfr when thero are so maJuikik. J. W. Alcorn is attending tho You can save a trip to Chicago by go- newspapers hnvo mentioned their ad- ny good democrats, is not explained, Williamsburg court, which began yesing to Walton's Opera House to night. vent in words that have nearly tickled terday. Miss Annie Alcokn is becoming exThe great fair will bo reproduced thero their proud fathers to death. Mrs, Julia Kido and daughter. Miss ceedingly expert as a stenographer and by the great fun maker nnd dialect im Ksflio, of Louisville, aro guesta of Mra. E. While a freight train was running type writer nnd her father finds her an M personntor, John Holmes Grover, who T. Pence. cars into tho side track here nt noon invaluable assistant in his largo lnw world-wid- e : lias a reputation us a wit. Pkok. I). F. Joiinbo has returned from Snturday, Brnkeman Leo Gaslin waa practice. She can take about 100 words Missouri to get ready (or the opening of , The L. A N. pay train has not yet gono thrown from near by tho jar of striking a minuto in which ia rethe academy. on its monthly rounds owing to the ina- another nnd falling head first struck the markably fast considering that! alio has Walnut ano Oak Eight-DaClocks, $2.50. Nickel Arlarm Clocks 75c. Mr. and Mr. Tnito Powell left Sun- bility of thu road to secure thu nec- gate of n coal car, laying wide his scalp attended no business college nor had Prices knocked silly on day for Columbia to visit friends and at- essary amount of currency, but a nutn-l- er in two places and otherwise injuring any regular instructor. tend tho fair. of banks aro trying to got it for the him. His right hip struck tho mil when Opera House Miss Nam Wiiay has returned from company and it will likely start out next ho reached the ground and ho wns also The famous a week's visit to Mra. Alice Cloyd and Monday. badly bruised then. Tho doctors were humorist, John Holmes Grover, who has Mien lfello Cash. called and after dressing the wounds been a life time before the public, on bis Tiik auction of the stock of goods of sent Mr. Gaslin by No. 21 to his home wny to Chnttnnooga from Cincinnati, has Mrs. J. B. Oublky and Mrs. Hugh And anything in my line. Don't forget the place, Kehl aro spending n few weeks at Crab Stephens k Knox is largely attended, at New Haven. Tho wounds though been Induced to stop ofT at Stanford toespecially by the ladies, who delight to severe aro not,thought to be fatal. night and will give his new entertainOrchnrd Springs. llOfllK CoUl.TI'll, of bid, but Mr W. H. Higgins, the receivMlWM JOHIK AND ment, "Fun at the Fnir," in connection For a long tiino a bad feeling has ex- with Stern's World Fair Show at WalBollinK Fork, have been tho guests of er, ways that tho prices realized are very unsatisfactory. Tho goods havo to go isted between Elijah Bnughman and ton's Opera House, commencing ntS:15 Mim Hortenso Myers Jim Brown. The former is reported to o'clock. Ono hundred scenes, direct Come and get the best goods for the least money, and bring the cash ith his non, though, no matter what is bid. Mn. II. 0. FAimiHPlnrted with you. be somewhat of n gay Lothario, who from Chicago, will be shown nnd the George, nnd Bourne VnuArmlalo to thu Owimi to the impossibility to borrow practices his wiles sometimes on other World's Fair, yesterday. World's Fnir brought to the visitor in money, wo are compelled to sell exclu men's wives. At least Brown charged nil its reality. Admission 25 cents. Re Tiik report coihi'h from Hiistonvillo sively for cash from now on, in order to that MIhs Iou Hocker,dauhterof Cash- bo able to continue our business. Wo him with a disposition to bo too free served coupon tickets ntMcRoberts drug with his nnd a row nnd u rumpus was store at 10 cents extra. ier J. W. Hocker, h very ill. aro very thankful for the many favors raised. Tiie other night, as Brown Mk. Hiium GiiccioK., of Grnyeon, lias we have received and hope to met it a Frank Perry, who was jointly charg he was confronted by Baughmnn, nveis, been tho guest of a mighty pretty irl continuance, promising you tho best who without a moment's warning drew ed with Odie Paul in tho murder of Ike days. here for thu pRt hoveral coal at tho lowest possible price. Now a pistol and put it in his face and with Helm, having been discharged by tho Miw. C. H. Paisb, of Boston, i visit-ii- U is the time to lay in your winter coal. tin oath told him to prepare to shuttle oil examining court for that offense nnd herparenta, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Higgins A Watts his mortal coil. Not being prepared to held for nssault and battery, ho was Trite and looking unusually well. go hence and having nothing with which brought beforo Judge Vnrnon Saturday CiloikiK Ckaio, the negro boy who J. E. Biii'iR wont to Cincinnati Saturto defend himeelf, Brown yelled for nnd tried on thnt charge. In the abof hotrf belonging to had jtist finished u term in jail for stealday with a OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ' ing jam from a colored aimer, was caught help, which came in time to prevent sence of the county attorney Mr. W. A. Georgo W. Evans and W. II. Murphy. proeeouted, while Hon. K. C. Miis. Hkttik Alias, of Louisville, the stealing rails from Hon. W. II. Miller, him from becoming n demmed moist Tribble It Call and see them before buying, .Marshal Warren represented the defendant. Every thing in the grocery line guest for n week or two of MIph Julln Saturday. Mr. Miller succeeded in get- body. Then the services of Newland were obtained and Baughmnn was found that his nssault on the negro for sale cheap. Higgins, returned to her homu yesterting hold of the rascal, who put his leg was some moments previous to tho difday. in frontof him nnd threw him down, wns marched before Judge CarbOtichnrg Lulu but the game little lawyer held on to his ed with carrying a deadly weapon con- ficulty between him nnd Paul nnd was Mrs. Bkllk Burnsiiik and Mi Bateou and Homer Bntou coinpoeil n bird nnd lauded him before the court, cealed. Tho proof was two to one against not of n very serious nnture. A jury Lancaster party to tho World's Fair who lined him 110. Of course ho went him, though he claimed thnt tho weapon thought he ought to pay for it, however, waa no pistol at all, only a common, every and assessed hiafino nt$125, which he to jail. MissSaiiiia Ha8 went up to day knife with a shiny handle. The will hnve to work out. The son of our congressman is play- court didn't swallow his story and a yeaterday to visit Mrs. J. W. Bus-tiKilli.no in Boyle. Mr. JVA. Carpening in tiiiu luck. Tho Richmond Regis- sentence of 10 days and Miss Laila Hays to visit friends with a line of " ter sends us tho following: Mr. Bruce McCrenry, reter says Mr. Robert H. was entered against him. Ho wna taken Purdom was shot nnd instantly killed, at Crab Orchard. T A.IJHKhavo rented cently of this place, now of Chicago, is to the lock up nnd after ho had time to Mn. aniiMks Saturday ufternoon, at n game of base big luck. In addition to tho Appoint.the new hotimi built by Mr. E. G. Wal- in of Government Inspector of Cus- collect his thoughts he decided to take bnll on the farm of Mr. Phil Dover, on ment ler on East Main street and will go to an appeal, which he did with tho assistoms, with n salary of $i,00i) a year, on tance of Judge J. W. Alcorn. Baugh-ma- tho Rolling Fork, by Mr. Dever. It housekeeping soon. seems there had pioviously been some Is Receiving His wife, nee NewMihSKfl Nkllik Tii.iouii, of Missouri, Sunday morning last his is the leading member of several difficulty between the parties, arising boy. and Maud Moore, of Danville, who have berry, prm'tited him with a tine lodgea and is always : : : from the teacher's manner of conductwill been the guesta of Miss Aliro Holmes, Robert's many friends in Richmond of the parades. of ing the public school, he being a sou wish him great joy. went home yesterday. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Dropped I)kw. Augden Bridgewa-ter- , Mr. Dever. Both men are heads of famCiiAitLif IIayiiks iaspeuding this dull Cholera. Mr. J. E. Bruce tells us for years the most notorious man in ilies, Mr. Dever being 55 or 00 years of mmidoii at his fathor'a homo near Mr. Dever is that it is 20 years next Tuesday since this section, dropped dead Sunday night age nnd Mr. Purdom 40 Will H. Shanks is going it the cholera broke out here and caused at his home in Morelnnd, shortly alter thu father of Mr. Dever who used to be alone in his father's store. such consternation, Nearly everybody his return from Sunday-school- . The mail agent on the K. C. Having heard Misses Mollik Dai'oiikiity, Norn, who could get away lied and the town head of an organized band of robbers, only one sulo of the story I shnll not atMinnie and AnnioStmub nnd Mr. Peter looked more deserted than Rowland tho deceased wns n holy terror to this tempt to give particulars. Straub, Jr., left on tho early train yesdoes now. There were 17 deaths, all hut section nnd he robbed nnd raided indisAfter the first of July instead of selling goods on 6 months' time we terday for Chicago and tho Fair. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. two among the colored people. It is re- criminately. When horses wore taken, ' Mn. and Mrs, I). A. Twaddle will present our accounts the 1st or 15th of each month, as suits the markable that there were no cases down cars broken open, housea burglarized or a number of their friends at a buyer. Our idea is to do a in town, the disease seeming to confine any kind of devilment committed it wns royal dinner Sunday. Tho I. J. man was itself nlinost exclusively to tho portion charged to "Old Bridge," although he not forgot, and he heartily returns his may have been as innocent of the crime on tho north side of the railroad. acknowledgments. but for convenience we extend the above time. We propose giving as a now born babe. Thnt he did do a Mr. J.Mat Phuii-- has moved his A YuUMidrtig clerk in town, who is as our customers the best goods and guarantee to sell you Hardware, great deal of stealing thero ia no doubt I will family in from tho country to tho B. K. clever as ho is credulous, was made the mit at public auction on the jiremUes, a Groceries, Oueensware, Woodenware, Tinware, &c, for less money and that emiaed a largo roward to be of mile hjstof Ci.ib Orchard, on Wenron housu and Mr. Wenron has butt of ijuite a joke by his friends. He than you can buy them anywhere on 6 months' time. Our explanafered lor him. .Many attempts were moved tp Cnpt. Tom Biohards' house, was iu his timid health, but the boys besucmade to capture him but without 16, 1893, tion for making the change is that it takes too much money carry on lately occupied by Cnpt. Frank Hnrris. gan to tell him that ho looked sick and cess till Marshal Gallegher, of Harrodsour business on the 6 months' time. During the iS months we have My Farm of Mrs. S. 0. Lackky nnd Miss Lou Lane, pale and that there must bo something been selling goods our sales have been much larger than we expected burg, caught him passing through Merof Cuoro, Texan, tho latter a graduate of wrong with him. Tho young man imcer with a wagon load of boodle. In ar 150 ACBSS OF FINE LAND, and we are very grateful for the liberal patronage we have received. hn college hero, returned with J ml go S. agined, after much persuasion, that he We arc also proud to say that our customers have been the very best resting him, the oilicer shot Bridge in F. Grimes Jrom Chicngo, yesterday and wns really sick and that night began Mat In tho face, splintering his jaw bone and amihOa slat of cultivation. and i brkV. letnleiicu people in the land and we arc sure we can make it to your interest to . well watered. Royd build.ngt W. P. Grimes. doctoring up by taking n doublo dose of other nre guesta of Mr. .(the land iven necessitating its removal. lie was I'u4ljn rented. houe and cultivating In meadow, continue with us. We will continue to take Country Produce in exMisbks Lizikash BlantiikTwwwell castor oil and followed it with another There ate 5 acres as soon as lodged in jail heie and for a long time ia for small grain. c for corn and 70 in a change for goods at the highest market price. Thanking you for past and Mr. Feli.x Twidwoll havo returned as strong n purgative. It is needless to tin.o, well had to subsist on soup drawn through a aid timothy be Note on ta month's same time and favors, we arc Very Respectfully, required. At the s will tour of tho far west, say that ho is looking a little pale now from quill. Ho was a vory largo man, but he place I ill sell o head of Hone Stork, consisting JIIcKHSNEY BROS. pinbrucing Yellow Stouo Park, Salt Lake both because of the effects of thu drug ot 2 brood mari, larjje lamily horse :fi hands, mare by Mark Time, also took and because he has caught on to the was soon reduced to almost a skeleton sale and Relille, t City, Piko's Penk, kc. They wranling mare and hio appearance touching the hearts ill foal to Oatner's Denmark, ct.lt by same, t weanling; horse colt by Silver in tho World's Fair. Miss Lizzin with racket. of a 1'nnce when ho was brought to trial, Chimes, ilaui by Judge of tho jury nnil gave bi-brother was here MUert in ire, pair of Rood work mules, 15' hands lie was let oil' with u short term iu the high, 6 milk cowl, 1 eatllllig calves, a yearling Walkkk Bki.l will hoard lor tho next ' glowing descriptions of her trip to htlr heifers, 1,000 pound ftoders, Aftemervingit ho return- tiers, 3 yearlingnearly full 7 stock Sjuthdouns, 3 10 days at Jailer Owens' freo hotel and penitentiary. 30 ;oun, ewes, friends. Southdown Illicit, o hos, a sows and county and professing religion Mim. Hannah Hi'icman Potklt, of longer ujileshjho pays or replevies tho ed to this oiks, lot first class old corn, 26 stacks nice timothy taking great in- - hay, jo acres corn In firld, straw rlcl, lard, balife, a Harrodsburg, is ono of tho prettiest lit additional fine of 25 assessed against began to lead new Sunday-schooof a af con, larming Implements, conlstin smoothing harl wagons-on- e would bo rnah to say old him. Except whon ho looks upon the toreRt in church and new, wheat drill, tie elderly (it a Oibb's turning plows, new set iu as mild fairs. Ho married a Miss Warren, of row, i.i;0a tn' Central Kentucky. With her wine while it is red, Mr. Bell wagon harness, family curiae. 15 stands red mnu ns ever scuttled a ship thia place, who bore him 0110 child and bees and no honey taken this year, large lot of Hoft crev curls, fnir complexion nnd a l nan ne new Upright household and kiulcn furniture, when begets in his both survive him. Bridge haJ become l'uno, wardrobes, Uomeitic sewing machine, a round little tlguro alio bears the palm. or cut throat, but ,New stock, styles and shades. cups lie is as rantnnkerous and as war- to bo regardod as u good citizen and had cooking stove, new 'inln(j nrm and cooking stove She has always enjoyed this world's and nviny other articles too numerous 10 mention hospitable home where like as a Comnncho Indian. Ho got in won the respect of his neighbors to n Tr km All sums of $ie and under cash; oer gooda and hns a time that amount fix the other day in Hustonvillo largo degree. Ho was a brother of tho notes, with 6 ia months' intereston kvoJ negotiable per cent her eons and dnugtiteis ami menus gam- that Policeman Devers nttempted noted Col. Jim Bridgowater, who was in This sale and rontmc Is made preparatory to Lex- nnd when boeaking up er about her in truest enjoyment." to quiet him, he yanked out a pistol from command of n raiding company of homo Call on fl. 11. Cover, near Millcdjievillc, for Leader. ington its concealment and tried to perforate gunrds after tho war, and who murdered further information.MRS. M. A. SINGLKTO.V. Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, "cTtYand vicinity. Crab Orchard, Ky. tho oilicer "full of holes". Ho camo out and jobbed every sympathizer with tho Landreth's Garden Seed at second best in thu light, however, and lost causo that ho could trump up chargXkws cornea that Mrs. J. E. Patrick, being tried was given ten days in jail es agaiust. Ho was finally killed by Mr. ofVackaon, (Boao Bichsrds) presented on I offer lor sale privately six farms, running Walter Saunders and for tho act n grate- from 10 to mo acres Will sell one or all. Half girl lost nnd lined $25. Ho is now in thu her husband with a cash, bulanceon loitjtime with 6 per cent, inter meditating on the vanities of life ful people olected him sheriff by n prac- est. iturrespouocncc outucu. week, which has been named Sarah NewJDrug Store, Stanford, Ky. Ky. G GOVEU.Mllledcevitte, tically unanimous yote. and tho idiocy of "totin a pistulo." Prudenw. n partment. t P.Temileton(H.) for jailVotk for A. Beautiful : PICTURES. - c, Pen-ny'- Our Beautiful Collection Oahi-kntk- it n JILJiJF S11T fc juiijba ; JlaB son-in-la- HUGHES & TATK m CYCLONE REMCTI'ONS short-hand- y To-mo- Watches, Clocks, Sterling and Plated Silverware, Spectacles, Danks, The Jeweler, BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, THE BEST MADS. WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. car-loa- d Sat-urda- y. Pitta-burg- h ;-- n SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Preach-uraviUcnn- d Read This and Profit by it. CASH ZBTTSIUSTIESS, enter-taii.e- d Public Sale and Renting Saturday, Sept. and-Mrs- bluc-f;r- nHlx-week- 1 car-ol- d 1 ut r SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL woll-lire- d 1 1 corn-helle- r, 1 ! aper & 1 Mmm house-keepin- Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. call-boo- se Wo Bo MCoMIBIElBT9 -- 4,-l- d i. W - it. IS 8Wp52 -- V , "t Semi-Week- ly thorns ago, Silas." That "mid my rose grow "Yes, about like other girls of her age G. W. cup which God doth nil, Nor have tho -- No. a, Vestibule Limited, 6.48 in this town! Hold 0110 drop less of seeming That's what I said, No. 6 , Chicap. in.; No. 4., Fast Mail. 1.53 Kate Cameron. madam. This is no place for children to go Limited, 3.17a. m.. No. 8., Local, a.55 a. iu.; to grow up in." Who has a greater combat than ho No. 10, blue Grass Special, 6 a. ra. " Whero do want to send her?" that laboreth to overcome himself. THE P. 0. MILLINERY, Jtt. "To some first class eastern school for This ought to lie our endeavor, to am action girls. I know of one." and to make n further growth In Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the of the democracy. Call at the room and see the Thomas a Kempis. holiness. CIIAPTEIl 11. At John Manefee's new brick on Depotlstieet, bf Quietness under ones roof and go, mamma," sobbed Gussie. "I'll "I'll and Boat Soloctod go away off to that nasty, horrid school quietness in our own conscience are W. RAMSEY, Stock and I'll bo a good girl if you 11 only let two subhtantial blessings, which, who- Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action Whowill stall times be glad to accommodate all Of Millinery in town. The goods and prices are for show and pomp, will of the Democratic partys me buy that nice, great big doll I saw in ever barters with good tigs at reasonable rates. My Husill bound to please you. MRS. P. T. COURTS. 10 j3 Hunker & Spatt's window down town find himself u loser by tho exchange meet all K. C. trains. Seed. this morning!" Kepentancc is not all pain. There la a candidate for SPLENDID FARM "What do you want of that doll?" to the office of As"I want to take it along with me. I 1s a secret sweetness which nccompa-niet- h sessor, of Lincoln County, subject to action of the SALE those tears of remorse, those melt- democratic patty. won't get so lonesome maybe. I'll dress will sell Milllncry- it every morning just as careful It'll ings and relenttngs of a soul returning AT UNUSUALLY LOW.PRIOES seem like ono of the family, and I shan't unto God, and lamenting its former I will sell privately my tarns of joacies.tiituat-eMsofafely Scougiil. side of tne Husionville k Danon the get homesick." for Jailer, subjectjto the action of For the rest of the season Call and save money. ville nikn. Westmiles Irora Hustouvill. and within Isacand'date iK Practice a holy tact. If your hus- the democracy. Tho doll was bought, packed in A sple.tdiil line ol Ladies' Under ear and Hos- a hall mile 01 the rallioad station of Moieland. iery kept constantly on hand. he farm is in a splendid stale of cultivation, trunk, and when day of band is more ready to hear the liospel MISS L1CCIE 11EAZLKY, well Improved with a dwellm ol 6 or 7 rooms, A cream of tarter baking pow- her departure camo the fatefulGussie, message in some other church than Stanford, Ky necessary outbuildings, including a good bam. der. Higest of all in leavening smiling through her tears, kissed moth- your own, don't quarrel with him; go About half ol the farm Is sown la grass and the action of Waeindidateforjallcr, lubjectto entire place is well wateml and can be d.vlded Latest United States er, big brother and little sister goodby where he is likelv to receive a blessing. the oMJeffersonlan democracy. the strength. into or j parcels to suit the purchaser. For parRev. T. L. Cuylor. and went away with tho paternal Lickticulars write to or call on, J P. LAND, Government Food Report. Mcrclaud, Ky Despondency is not a state of huladder on an east bound train. B. McKlNNKY, KY mility. On the contrary, it is tho vexaROYATBAKINGJPOWDER CO., chapter iu. action of despair 106 Wall St., New York. Is "How you have grown, Gussioi Have tion and is worse. of a cowardly pride; thea Candidate for Jailer, subject to the Democracy Whether wc stumble nothing have bought above mentioned. Hotel al tho three years been long ones, dear?"' A. S. we fall, we must and have attached a or think "Awfully, mamma! You don't know of whetheragain and going "onlyin on rising W. W. HAYS, our SURGEON DENTIST. how strict they aro with us. Watch us First-Cl&- ss Bur and. Fool Room. STANFORD, KY., course. 1'enelon. Is a candidate lor jailer, subject to the action cl Never let us co anvwhere Office over McRobeits Drug Store inline new liko hawks. True peace Is the blessing of the the dcmociaCTHave repaired and "refurnished th Hotel aud Owsley Building. without sonio of them being along to Gospel. It may be sorted am Dettcr than ever into thec tako caro of us. Study, study, study three: (1) Peace with tiod peace of HAMPTON, that's tho way it is all tho time." Prepared to Accommodato the This Hotel, renovated and relurrrlshed, is now (4) Peace our "That's tho way it ought to be," inter- reconciliation.of conscience. with Pence Is a candidate for jailer, subject to the action 01 Public. la my charge and I intend to conduct it so aa to (3) not only maintain its high lepulatloa, but to add posed Mr. Lickladder in tho calm, as- selvespeace peace of love democracy. and unity. the Men. with another I lrecial at tentionjto Commercial to its long list ol friends. Special accommodasured manner of one whoso judgment V W GltFXN, Troprietot. tions for commercial travelers and fine rooms .for Gurnall. rlmo has fully vindicated. "The way to th dlsploy of samples. SAM M. JOE f.'.KbU., Manager arc Christians not strong in There LOGAN AVENUE, train up a wild girl is to send her to some the affections (emotions) who are nevs'AIFIrst-Clas- s Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, Saloon placo whero they know how to do that : : to the action of the democratic rtimry.. ertheless not to be judged weak in H. And IIILLIAKD and POOLROOMS stuch.d sort of thing." grace. What is thus wanting, (Jod JOSEPH COFFKY Always'sellsl goods lower than any one else in "You soon got tired of that doll, didn't often makes up in solidity of judgment, FIRE AND STORM D. town. New stock of Fruits every Friday. you, Gussie?" clearness of knowledge, abundance Sheriff of Lincoln coucty, Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., "Tired of it? Indeed I didn't, mamma! experience and fctablencss of faith. of Is a candidate for of the democratic plimary. . t to the action I've got it yet. It's in my trunk. But Love. Keprrsentlng .... Miners and shippers of the GENUINE it's old and all out of shape. I'll tako it What an infinite blessing to ec a up stairs and put it away." Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; I will open on January 16th, 189J is love, that iJcil that lvsides law Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity oi Hurriedly opening her trunk, she lif toil nasuot forgotten there Isa or forsikr-t- i Him por. asks Candidate Ur Jailer of Lincoln county and Manchester, of Manchester, Kng.; Try it. W are the sole agents lor Stanford Jand Jersey milk to the people of tflanlord and Rowany themselves to his friends not to out the precious doll. It slipped from no t!. 'iJni vliiM iiri-- l.i u tli land at tho lollowiug prices, delivered: Rowland, t(n, one else. a he is forced totostay at home and work Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; road crossingOflics corner ol Depot street and railher fingerb and fell to tho floor. Mr. .' ; M cents the action ot the gallon subject fv Fresh Milt, per ;.' His candidacy is i iiiii ;i,6 HIGGINS A WATTS. party. 10 cents Lickladder picked it up. Something in Siclmmed Milk, p gallon ; Ins. Co. of North America. i i I' 8 cents its appearance struck him as curious, Butter Milk, per gallon .IP. Companies. I wnuls All of which are be pleased tow ait o nmy (riendsin this line. Pol. There was Iwill make two trips dally. The patronage ol the and he proceeded to inspect. icics promptly issued, will insure against tornaG. A. PEYTON. A a flap on tho back buttoned up. He un,,blic Is solicited. does, wind stormt and lightning Lightning Stanford. Ky Have You Got Asthma? In the i yr. Comes to you every other day paper year for buttoned it and examined the doll on without additional charge in Ktntucky and If so Stockton's Antiseptic will surelv it The cheapestmrec best Office at First National Hank, Stanford. AND LINCOLN COUNTY, ' ';0'VOCAT1., Public. the inside. full of cigarettes. Chicago cure it. There is no use trying local jo cents get. It . Noticejto ..the Traveling It was Danille, Ky. miThanking you lor ycur liberal patronage for Ice treatment. You have got to net the I have had t Tribune. last iviinn. lestlfullv ikiumI Ha fnnfii.ti.nrM crobes out of the system and to do that during the coming scaion, Indeed I expect all to you must take Stockton's antiseptic. For use the Something to I.onU Korunrtt To. sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. nicely furnished and At Rowland repainted and Figg (speakiug of a mutual friend who HORSE AND BUGGY STOLEN. MANUFACTURED ICE, have in connection with Hotel one of the best saStrength and Health loons in the State, open day and night; a night is given to egotism) Did you hear of the I or thewo reasons man meets all trains. In connection with Housr accident that has happened to Drown? First, It is main by a home On the night of Jaly is '.if, a MAY HORSl If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try of James P. Itsiley sud inttiiutlnii Snoiid. the Ice ts absolutely and have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Mats He has brokon his leg in two places. you weak Electric Hitters. If La Grippe has I have returned Irom the rities with amre lline was stolen from the stable and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs the buggy of J 8 linker. The hone chemically pure, belnj; mai'i Irom sprint water, weary, ue llittors Tliw remedy which I will sell rr a small proht, hltihcd to Fogg You don't mean it! It will be and directly on the Liir, Stomach and Kldnejs. el Millineryover, as fresh as thu seasons Kods, is a dark bay, almost brown, about f hands high, which Is rirst .Infilled and then carefully fillrreil G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd nets Goods left Erin, Tenn . A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. an awful pity if ho should die. right eye is out though harlly t,crccnlihc; liss before being frwen 1 hud, Artificial Ice will !al re- gfntly aiding those organs to perform their If he from last season, will sell at D. E. Proctor, C H. Hraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. had scratches and hair is etl tne hind foot, under much hmger than pond Ur. rnurih, an epldcntic If you are afflicted uitli Sick Headache Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mra. F. It. Johnson, covers, what a continual source of pleas- you will find speedy and permanent relief by takhe ked tor y,r slid nothCASH;0NLY, fetlocks ; he is 'a ur 7 vart ull; in drinking the of iholeta is to produce during the this dlteair as Rates i per ure ing is so apt Ups water like don The running gear of or spread "Nor Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburic. a call, Hitters. One convince it will ba to him to talk about! Bos- ing Electric the remedy youtrial will Large jou COST FOR THE Petrey, clctk. Give me Uay. J. M. with with black impure water or Ice. Filth, it will be J neol. that this i lotlle of bufgv is painted smoke iolur, otoiy The reason I do this Is to reduce my stock at tlrlpes or trimmings, all ofitoc.pt the singlelw CARRIER, Prop ton Transcript. onlyjocatA. It. Penny's druj; store goods so I willbenoletoelliut my business tree, which is black, the bed and top are bbick and Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l New Orleans Kxprosi. i 7 m. ; No. 7., Local, u.u p. m.; No. 9., Itlue Grass Vestibule, S.aa p. North-bounP- - Prayers may bo too rhetorical; thry can not be too earnest. United Presbyterian. Published Every Tuesday and Friday CHAPTER I. He that rebukes a private fault AT only one thing to be "Nancy, there's openly betrays it rather then reproves Y3CAKIN ADVANCK dono with this child!" $3 PKB Tho vole of Mr. Lickladder hnd that it. Quarles. rWhen not sopaid 32.60 will be charged Measure n man's divinity by his ftrong, vibrant, tnascnlino quality that frequently asserts itself when tho official reverence' for the Divine everywhere. head of tho family is addressing his wife. Interior. K.C, LOCAL TIME CARD. O. P. HUFFMAN A beautiful behavior i better "Wo must send her away to school," n beautiful form; it is the ilnest of than ilue Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action oi Train mm Itowiand at 7:00 a. m., returning continued Mr. Lickladder. "A city like the Democratic patty Hew ould appreciate jour art. Kmcrson. this is no place to bring up children." vote. If is more blessed to give than to "I don't seo that Gussie is so very receive,it then they who do not give vol LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. much worso than other children, Silas," JOHN M. JOHNSON untarily shut themselves out from the la 7 pm Mail tram going North ..113pm piped Mrs. Lickladder. South Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county ,.. 11 31 pm "Oh, you don't!" retorted Silas. "You greatest blessedness. Standard. Express train " South subject to the actloc. of the Democrauc party. .. m Nothing a North 3'J"m don't hear her whistling about the houso spiritual man so clearly discovers an 9 30 Deal Freight North...... its his treatment of 107pm n hundred times a day, don't you? You soum A. GIVENS The latter trains alio carry passengers, can't seo that she talks in tho dialect of erring brother.wishing to restore rather than to upbraid him. Augustine. la a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, subThe above it calculated on standard time. Solar tho stockyards, walks with n John L. Sulims it about o minutet faster. The world is greatly indebted to ject to the action of the Democratic party. livan swagger, spends tho money wo givo men whose heroic courage has been her for Sunday school purposes in buyQUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. DINK FARMER ing ice cream soda, and chews gum on trained and strengthened by the discipline of a religious life. Christian Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action f Trains pass Junction City as follows: tho sly?" No. t , Vestibule Limited, tt.Jo the democratic party. "Sho's about liko other girls of her Register. a. m.j N'o. 3 , Chicago Limited, a.55 a. m.; No. 5., away. I would not cast the She Still Clung to.thn Doll She Had Taken Assay With Her. ...-- Interior Journal A MODERN CPISODE. WISE SAYINGS. X MEANSJU8IME8S. D. S. Boy your school book" and school supold stand ol J. II. Green, in At the We will Deliver IOE Every Mornplies ol nil kinds at A. K. Penny's. Watches-- clocks and jewelry repaired Hustonvlllo, - Kentucky, ing at c per lb. and warranted. Engraving a epecialty, Would be glad to see his numerous friends and - "I .l In Ut.. lA.t auu DamUr,I auu t. j 11.. v iui u .n.t ju iisaiiu ui mil Furniat A. H. Penny's. lbs, and too lbs ajc per 100 lbs. We aro very show them his stock of goods consisting of ture. Saddlery, Hardware), lluggiesand Farming syrups at A. R. Pen- jo thankful lor past patronage and respectfully reTub soda water (live him a call. Implement, ny's are tnado with pure fruit juices and quest its continuance. Will deliver Irom tA lb up. CO. l MRS. JANE HARROW are delightful. Try them. well-know- n l-2- 1TOTXCZ CARPENTER, a 11 11 . a -r -- .. if-o- Garrard Lancaster, -:- - College, females, Tor Sale A Privtly. 1 English and Classical, Formates and : ige noune 01 nve ensary and in 47-- at J. Next session begins Sept. (1 tenchioc thorough, the hulldin and grounds Youne ladies beautltul and rites reasonable. boarded in the College; young gentlemen boarded In the town. For further particulars address the MILTON KLLIOTT. President, : Kentucky. jth, 1S9. The course small place ol TWRNTY ACRES, with Col- rooms. All ouiDuuuings nti- repair Young orchard with smallfruit of all kinds. 4 V, miles Irom Danville miiu viic lane iium iuntiiuii .iit vn ii' xlllepiko. MRS. SALLIK SHIPMAN. Shelby City, Doyle Co., Ky. i'w" DR. JV. B. PENNY Dentist. Office South lids Main street, in office recen .seated by Dr. L. . Huffman, Stanford, Ky. TO COAL BURNERS (H Rowland,; Stanford aud Vicinity: South-bound- .- 111 "! Having made arrangements with the Kast Ten-!u- n lellieoCnai Co.. I am now prepared to sell you Jellico Coal at the lowest possible mar-- 1 find that bv navln? cash and sclllnn for cash I can sell much cheaper, o come and see me All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and re- and tee how little money will buy your Winter aired In style. Plain and ornsmental S supply ot this Coal, the best on the market igns. Satisfaction guaranteed In both workmanThanking you for past favors and soliciting a ship and price. Shop on main strict. over;Wm. or same, I am respectfully yours, Daughterly' blscksmilh shop, Stanford, Ky. Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of continuance S 1 ADAMS. Rowland. 40.3m Demociacy. the ...STANFORD .., JOHN B. DcNARDI, first-clas- s Carriage Paintor and Trimmer, DEBORD cou-qu- F. EEKIN, cr litest, ran m sum post-offic- e JNO. BRIGHT J. Pro'r., Largost E. D.KENNEDY, W.L.DAWSON, TO THE IiADXES. -- 1 FOR PRIVATELY. 1 d -- Pure Gus-sie- 's JOHN BAILEY, 1 JOHN MERSHON Commercial 1 Hotel, w?-i- fflHfep PRICE, THE 60FFEY HOUSE - JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. C. D. POWELL, GBXTERAIi STORE, PETER OWENS, Stanford, Kentucky, sub-je- T. NEWLAND, J. BAUGHMAN, . 37-- tl sub-jec- INSURANCE AGENT . First-Cla- ss T. J. HATCHER Original Jellico Coal. - . . . - Hem-ocrat- . . -, : : THE ADVOCATE first-cla- is 9i-- en-- lr d The People of Stanford 1 Tb.9 Bh.ol'ton House, $100 REWARD. MILLINERY. 1 Klt-ctr- tunc-nou- s. I THE ILondon, vi . RILEY . HOUSE Not is Safe Mini. 5.B. RILET.lProprlotor, rt - Kentucky. RIURy --- lintel .ind am better OfpsxtA than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attachod and every convenience 77 G.ve...eacall.CttFRAVK. - - You would better not let that druggist on tho corner put up any prescriptions for you. Ho doesn't know hia When Baby was sick, we pave her CVwtorir. business. Whi t.h was n Child, sho crit-- for Criteria. Mrs. Bingo Why, what has ho done? When sh became Miss, Rhe clung to C.itori-- . Bingo Ho sold .me n bottle of cough When she had ChiUIrou.Khe gt"utliem Catorla. mixture yesterday that he didn't make himself. Club. Bingo A Slow . my good, the first opportunity, cordially invito theladies to call and euroine !"'0, I also Ntltc.t a U. Matiferd, Ky 1 rt-f,-- For Sale. The uudcrstgned have for sale bred by t.raii- and Jo Hucks imported and Cecil, of ltoylc. No hnei or better bred nep in the "tale nt; vi. 11 errs. 4 tanf.ird, Ky - -- outhdown vwe v tile 1 ..,..t. ROWLAND, DEALER IN KY, HARDWARE, GROCERIES, of Has moved into his new store at the junction pikes theStanford & Crab Orchard and "(ever prepared than at Rowland mid is now better to please the trade In both STOCK. OF1; .GOODS, rTUCJSri, "Miss P.isseo seems to bo aging rapidly." "On tho contrary, sho ages slowly. Ask her, and you will discover that she is only two years older now than she was ten years ngo. Harper's Bazar. cr Mlml thu Age. Mr. Totterly Could you mnrry very old man with n good deal of money if ho told you frankly how old ho was and how much ho was worth? Miss Timely How much is he worth? Vogue. 11 The best salve In the world tor cms, bruises ped hands, chilblains, corn 110ns Buoltlln'B Arnica Salvo. ana posuivi-i- .un s work Cibinet ' ' t'mj v,m.-ed. Come to Rowland for It is guaranteed to ew. perfect satittactios size only $1 50 per dnren. Card $1 I will mske n, hs money remnucu every baturday at samo or ima negatives at Crab Orchard Vor sale by A. K. rennv, Statitora, kv. rates Hoping the cituens will take advantage of first-clas1 p', and all skin erup PHOTOGRAPHS vj-i- m I there is a plsce about two inches square cutmit of the dash mi the iniliic The hind asle neo near Doors left hind wheel has been welded and the paint at that joint on the wood Is schorched and entirely Kverv morning al the tallowing Prices: burned ott the iron, the left hind wheel lias two cracked spokes 'I he saddle of the harness has For 10 pounds er over 40c per hundred jrim mountings; the hip stiap has been weiiatd For y pounds te 100 sjc per hundred. where It joins thebrecching .jec per hundrc.1. Smnfor Fer 10 to sw pwttt.lt.- The following reward Is offered, return of buggy anil horse and conviction ol thirl; No lets than iu peutsdtidellvered. or $jS tor return of horse Jjt fur return nfhuggy, K. IlltF.MKH. is or $50 for coniiclioii of thief. All of thee prop sitions will be left open for tour months Irom july U. itut, al whith time tne lewarU will be with drawn JAMF.S P ItAII.KV, J S. HOCKKR, Slanfofil, Ky. 39 My mother, Mrs. Kate IVidderar, has just re turned troni the cities with an elegant line of mil liner)', embracing t your lo-w- it -- SSTcw Millinory. ,A H & ll' I ALL OF THE NOVELTIES 11 .a Etc. He hiis recently added greatly to his stock and having no rent to pay and no loss lit 'bad - debts ho can sell you Kids cheaper than anybodyt?W-and gel Ills prices befere buying COME to SEE ME. Having purchased the Grocery : Business Of J. W Ramsev, lam increasing thustockas fast as possible and will won have it Complete in Every Particular. Call at my store on Lantaiter street and I will make it to your interest to trade with me n John 11. W.C. HUTCHINCS . Chamberlain's Colic, Cholcraand I)iarrhea I Rev, Mr. Chapman. It cured both of them I know of several other cases whereexit cannot be was equally successiul. I think it,.. . a -- celled and cneeriuiiy rciciuincij,, A Conditional Keply. rent bottles for sale by W R Mclloberts, Stan. Gilley Will you sharo my lot, ford, Kv. Mr. Mims Gildersleeve? .. Mr. Thomas Katie, editor of the Graphic, Tex-.Miss Gildorsleove Build n if 10,000 A.unn.i fcfi intiml what he believes to ex- houso on it nnd then ask mo ngain. De- be the best remedy n existenceml.Aw(t lliu t . sak . . . . for n His ts lerlelice is wen worm .c.i.c...ui;....s. fif flux. .. f fitrsrk n.l Freo Press. troit tried almost every known remedy, none irlyinc rr"' net. unamuermin A Similarity. to me. I purchased a was recommended "Ye3," shosaid, "tho waves in a storm bottle and received almost Immediate relief and was entirely continued to use the remind mo of our hired girl at nonio." cured. I take pleasure in rt commending this remeoy to any iicr.uu .uiiiiiui. "Hired girls, madam?" meuiclnr In tslit- it "Yes, they aro awful breakers." Tex- nsinmyopiiuun sot Is the best ence. "t im.s sjanu as Sittings. Roberts. Druggist, StanmL -L. of Mc- Tne success ot Mrs. ! AnnieV. M Ileum, ikt llll r. ... s r ...-- .-. .....!.. ls.eespori, reniiiyiMum, ... ...v tr.ititii.nl of Inter- rhua in herchildren will undoubtedly be SCXCt- , n,n nMh.rl. Sh SaVS. "lint-ti- t al in Johnstown, Ta,, alter the Rreat flood, ...w. on account 01 my uusunui We had several children with us, Itwo of whom got some of badly took the diarrhiL very ........ these rates and encourage mc in my good works, I am. ' 'rZ&Z- - s& Of the scasnn, of hlrh she will hate lull control She also engaged a Firt-Olas- s Dress-Maker. FRANK CORDIER. wks .. ims Tho Feoos Valley. The finest fruit bell of New Mexico. No fall lire in crops under irrigation if properly attended to. All fruits grown in California can be grown In New Mexico, except oranges and lemons. Land from $ to $ per aero on 10 sears' lime, at 6 per cent. Call on or addrets. K. U. h buying and leave your order for your drcsies. Thanking you for past favors wo solicit same. MAIIY DAVIS DUDDERAR. Call and csamine my stock of Millinery belortj Li HI -- 1 JAMES VKAGKR. THOMAS YEAGER. .MUllliA., I' 1. YEAGER & YEAGER, -- S-- , Stanford, Ky. AT- LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, STANFORD, KY. .ur e --- :.. 1 ".. FDAWX V 4 Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, IT Fs There are three ol tho best ltarbera in the State There are also excellent Hath Rooms run in connection. Agent tor Lexington Strain LnuiidtY .TAKK 1 THE JEWELER. We are In our new stable in the Opera House Block and are well supplied with STA1TFOKD, -:- - K"Sr. 'iTrss n THE A. ,1 NEW RIGS AND HORSES Have n purchased and nothlng.'but urnuuW will leave the stable. b.-efirst-cla- n Casllemau. A. U. Laotian ROYAL Insurance Company r- Kccplni; tint Kuitli. TV La Grippe- - Stock Most Complete 1) '.!. I &&&& HI - taStf "'li " rTJ'ri " . t OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEK&OASTLEMAK MANAGERS,! lliu Durinjf the prevulencs of the Grippo whopast denoticeable fact that tl.o.e i X was pended upon Dr. King'. New Discovery not on y e escaped all nad a speedy recovery, butinala.fy. Thistheremedy alter effects ot thepower In effecting rapid a peculiar In ca.. of La Gr.ppu, but in all '"re. dUeaIofihoyThrot,Cl.ostapa L.uiRS and has of long cl Asthma and Hay leverwontdis-appoint. t JtaiidinB. Try it and be convinced. Free trial bottle at A. R. Penny's drug Pj IjOjnSVUltJI'w AtgatiT r 1 1r ttt rv tHICACO inKiJiyy !.)-- . KT Give tliein a Call. MAGNETIC OIL! Internal and Cxtornal. Cure. KIIIU'MATIHM, NF.UUAU ssssk.VVsssPssssskl i troub-lejom- .'EtotTISg? S2bsav5SS23 THE POPULAR AND DIRECT LINK TO JOHNSON'S Instant KllltrofPcln. CMffCAtGl-flD- , .And. IC'HAMI'H Wre . Commerce Buildiug, Louisville Agents throighoutthe South. W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Ajent, .STANFORD, KY. and been kind to dumb nnimals today?" "Yes, grandma. I let your canary out of tho cage, aud when my cat caught it ESS.reKor.Sfl e tuuford. I set Towser on her." Life. s"Has my boy been a Littlo Defender - SfflBs B is a prominent physician of Dr, M. county, Iowa, and has been actively engaged In the prVclIcc of medicine at that place years. On the jOth of May, win e fnr the lr Motne5. en. oute to Chicago, he was ,n I Having taken with an attack ot diarrhiea Diarrhoea and sold Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera knowing its re for the past 17 years, and bolt e, two loses 0 uauuiiy, he procured a as ceat The excitement 1, ra. t to travel- rndiaTeO waV "and pots wiffiST And nus.urou i.iniitni'rin, rsnrnTuroal. IIKAD.U ill- - us If by uingic. (1IA, Iimo Hack, HprniUB, llrulfi'", HwelllliK", HUH Joints, (JOI.IOnml ittxtnutly. Clinlera Mor- - IwisI(- '- NBTO(jW31iJriT. WORLD'S FAIR Rock Jiottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair work. One call will convince you that this is the place to trade. Visitors, remember the Monon is the line, with Vestibuled Trains, Dunn); Carl, Palace Chair Cars, Pullman liulTct Sleepers, ai lowrst rates. For Inforrnation address s JAS. BARKER, O. P. A , Chicago. W. G. CRUSHED. P. A., Louisville THE HORSE BRAND, $SffiM5fl& thomn.t Powerful ami PenetmtliigI.liilrnenirnr.Mnn, or llonut la uc. Largo $1 lr.u Tie., rvje. alzo l'.)c sud-den- inci-len- JOHNSON S ORIENTAL SOAP. Modlrctcit nnd Tjdet. ThoOront Skin Curtiiitid Fuca Banutlflo.o Ladles nill flml It u mo-- t dallotite an.l highly porfumad Toilet Roup themnrkut. It Is absolutely pure. Mokes tho skin soft nnd velvety ami ro tores the lott comb luxury fur the Bnth for Infants. plexion I It nlays Itching, tltuernlp promotes 1111 cunns and tho growth of hair. Price Sc. For ealo by I byr VV 'l.McKoberts, Drugg,,,, A. It. PENNY, Stanford. ' ) w-...-- fc. 1 -i- t-iV BIT miWffW V.tVV u hm ii'3Bgni3am,Wwm snaia 11 n7 i- n- if ' "T -- . ,. - -- ..-- - ..,r fttp ' . - I - ' - . ... .,.-,- . - ,":, -- .... 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