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LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. , ' NO. 52 0TTENHEIM. public bv giving some specified benefita to be derived from bis plan, without dealA good many of our citizens ar layThe health of tho community is unThere were 2,100 in attcmlttnctt at ing in their winter coal at 12 cents per ing in "glittpring generalities." usually good. Iho (air tlio last day. Mine Host, William Landgraf, says J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. A merry party of Clay county yomiR bushel. LIBERTY. Garrard College opens next week In busies for the hotel business is a littlo dull at folks left hero Friday ... .1 .. . ..n ' . AMil The county authorities got ollicial present, but his immigration business is iiiu iuaii-i,iiui iuio Rockcastle Springs to" spend a few days. nun tin nana nn.t.ia f a !.... niiciiunuia j 5II1 1893. notice Wednesday night that the tax for looking up. There were a great ninny BtrntiKPrs are very Mattering. The interior of Mr. J. K StormcB tn'a c0,1DtV would be left as made out John B. De Xardi, of Stanford, is Full corp.otComervatory and Normal School teachers. Superior course, in Literature, Mu.lc and from adjoining towns here during thu drugstore is being handsomely frescoed by the assessor. painting tho Catholic church, which An. Excellent larding department. Catalogues and circular. furnliW on application. fair, but it would no impossible to glvo Married in tho clerk's ollice, by A. when completed will be a decided change and painted by Mr. A. G. Scott. lio nnmesof all. mm Tho vounv ladies of tho Sunflower J. Gibony, Mr. James Gribblns to Mies for tho better. been appointed C. M. Randall has Annie Gunter; also license was issued to There is an abundance of grapes, special deputy collector for Tennessee Club will entertain Thursday evening at Mr. Kberle Martin and Miss Julia M. peaches and other fruit in this vicinity, with instructions'to report at Nashville the home of Miss Bessie Marksbury, on Wells. Danville street. but the melon crop, owing to tho want immediately for duty. On the 21th Dr. J. O. Carpenter, of of rain, is very short. Joe S. Haselden has bought the both FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. George Smith and Bill Jeeni", Mrs. Gus Hofmanu, of Crab Orch dilliculty at stock of groceries of James A. Uoyston, Stanford, assisted by Dr. Wesley, of saddle colored Rents, had a A SCHCOI. AND HOME KOIt GIRLS. and Drs. James Wesley, O. L. ard Springs chaperoned a ball dozen ritman'a stable Saturday night, which near the depot and will continue the Horren. O II. McRoberta Good Faculty; .uperior advantage. ; a beautiful and healthful location. Special cuurie and .pedal and W. I). couples to this place Friday and spent resulted in the former getting a severe business at tho name stand. Joe is a inducement, offered to those who de.lre to make teacher.. Our aim i. to make our pupil, thorough good boy and deserves a liberal share of Stone, of this place, performed an oper the day verj pleasantly. The College ha. been recently reritt-d- and a College Library, Wail Map., Globe., Tellurian., Chart., KMh in the head, from the effect of ation for obstruction of the bowels on patronage. M. O. THOMSON, Principal. 33 Three churches, and all of them &c, have been added. which bo bad to be put to bed. Tho yote aa to whether or not spintu-ous- , Mrs. Savannah Lanham, of this county. handsome edifices, speak well for a in Ans Bowling cut Jasper Black vinous or malt liquors should bo Tho operation waa skillfully performed town the size of Ottenheim. Each of the stomach, Saturday, severing hoiho of and it is hoped a life will bo saved. The them has a large membership. bis entrails, from which ho will die. sold in Paiut Lick precinct was taken patient ia 57 years of age. William Huser, tho newly appointThey both livo in the eastern part of the Saturday. Everything passed oil quietOn last Friday night Deputy Jailer ed postmaster, is giving entire satisfaccounty. Bowling is a very Urge man, ly and the "drys" won by tin overwhelmW. W. Brown arrested Martha J. Hogue tion and even the republicans speak RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. weighing about 1500 pounds, while Black ing majority. at a Mr. Boyd's, 22 miles south of here, complimentary of him. He is also do Three Collesea : Three Training Schools Fifteen departments of ltudy. Healthful location Ir Tho residence of Mr. Hiram Hlatt, 1.10. would not weiRh over (iymna.ium and Athletic Moderate fimniri In this county, and lodged her In jail. ing a splendid business in the general tne heart ot Ine uiue urass Kegion. C33 from thirty States and croumls, flGO to fJtO. Attendance lait session countries. For full informatiot Mrs. HughiFaubush, of this county, on the Crab Orchard road was totally deIt An indictment was found against her at merchandise lino and is the busiest man ind catalogue apply to L. II. 1U.ANTON, D. V., Chancellor, Richmond, Kentucky. died Aug. 2llh. John Allen, an aged stroyed by tiro Fiiday afternoon. the last December court for infanticide, in our town. and respected ciihta, wis in town Tues- caught from a chimney which was Miss Klla Wright, of Stanford, who Very little of the con- committed some time early last fall, day. On Saturday bis remaiua were Since then, until about tho time of her is teaching the public school here, is burial. On tents was saved. taken through town for Rev. J. R. Tercy will preach at tho arrest, ner wnereabouts nave been un- proving a most excellent instructor. She Aug. 2 a little child of W. H. Thompknown to officials at this place. has 41 pupils enrolled and notwithstandDANVILLE, KY. son died at Kaat Bernstadt. On Saturday Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Rev. P. W. McDonald, of Ohio, ing quite a number of them are older B. Oakley bad the misfortune to There will be no services at any of tho John The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. to tho old Christian denominathan shu is, the best of order is preother churches. Tho union meeting lose his little one. lately closed a very interesting served and everything goes on smooth- tion, baa With a full course of ttudy, both Engliih and Clauical. While the course ol instruction I. will be held at tho Baptist church Sunadapted to prepare youne men for the Freshman Class, it is intended at the tame time to meeting of 10 days' duration at this ly. BARtOURVILLE. a liberal Knglith education to any who desire it. In connection with the Academy, day evening at 7::W o'clock. A large crowd attended St. Sylvester Chubildaa Lulloothoy and Damoder place. A large crowd was in attendance A. Miss Annie Hurst, of l'lneville. and and great interest was awakened. All church Sunday. Right Rev. Bishop Gordhundass, two India merchants who Mrs. Win. Hurst, of Middlesboro, were of Louisville, assisted by the Has been established in the Home and under the personal cont.ol e( the Principal. Regular study are visiting this country, say they are who attended acknowledge the ability of haur. under the tupervi.lon of the Principal and a.il.tant. and the restraints and government of visiting friends here last week. staggered by our greatness. Possibly tho speaker. He also held a several pastor, Rev. Paul Volk, conducted the a Chri.tian home are combined with the be.t educational advantages. is the 17th Senatorial district, This For further particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc., addres. been staggered by some of days' meeting at Walnut Hill, three services, which were both beautiful and composed of Knox, Laurel, Bell, Whit- they have tanglo-fooJAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. miles from here, and had two additions impressive. The church is in a splent Chicago's whisky. ley, Jackson, Rockcastle and Pulaski to tho church. did condition and the membership is The Richmond Climax says tho road counties. Hon. Jon M. Tmsley, of this Phil Devers, of tho Rolling Fork, for increasing daily. Barnett, of Lau- to prosperity !s for everybody to go to place, and Judge W. M. good and will bo better if the killing of Bruce Purdom, was tried This is CHURCH AFFAIRS. rel, are the candidates for the republican work. before Judge Myers as an examining nomination, which among so many repub- tho Climax will only devise ways and court'onthe 21th. County Attorney Q. C. Rev. G. W. Pern man, of Newport, means as to how people are to work licans is euivnlent to election. God bey and R. J. Breckinridge prose and Rev. Amos Stout, at Crab Orchard, when they can't get any work to do. A .juiet wedding occurred here this, R.Grabum Price, of Danville, was cuted the case ami J. Boyle and George exchanged pulpits Sunday. MonJay morning. Miss Nannie Ander-eon- , K. Stone, assisted by J. W. Rawlings, of The Southern Baptist Convention daughter of Mayor Anderson, of this examined and granted license to prac- Boyle county, defended Mr. Devers. Afhas representatives in Italy, Brazil, Mexlaw in tho circuit court Thursday. place, and Prof. Jits. A. Stephens were tice The examination wits made by Hon. ter bearing the evidence the cae was ico, China, Japan and Africa; received the contracting parties. Miss Roberta W. H. Miller, of Mauford, and Gen. Lan- - submitted without argument and Devers last year f 154.CS0 and sent out 10 new Chlnn, of Lexington, and John W. Wil-odram and they complimented tho young was held in the sum of ;o00 to appear at men with their wives and six unmarried of Louisville. Mr. S. T. Davison and the next circuit court. Tho bail bond women. The baptisms were 3S0 and the gentleman highly. Miss Mayme Caste'.low, of this place, The Xew York Press Buys suit will was filled out immediately and ho re- church members number 2,'J2.'l. Besides were the" attendants. The bride and there are 12,H51 communicants in the be instituted in tho United States Court turned to his home. groom left on the I) o'clock train for LouIndian Territory. to enjoin Secretary Hoke Smith from 0ANVILLE. isville and the World's Fair to speud a Elders W. K. Ellis and Joe Seversuspending pensions upon the ground week or two. (Adocate.j ance, Jr., closed their meeting at that the secretary cannot supersede an Thursday, night, with 11 addi Mrs John V. Yerkes Thursday afact of Congress, and that this is sustainKATRIMONIALJIATTERS. ed by a decision rendered by the late ternoon, entertained the Ladies' Litera- tions. Mr. Severance went next night David Scharbrougb, a widower of Judge Lamar. ry Club. The subject discussed was to Gcshen and took up the work where r,0, took pretty Joyecy Brock, n damsel Elder J. G. Livingston had left off and The name of Mr. R. K. Hughes ap- "The World's Fair " of 21, to wife in this county lust week. Will Wright and Miss Mary, daugh- at tho Grst meeting there were seven pears in tho list of appointments of U. S. An interesting piece of news reachand augers In this dis- ter of Ike Durham, eloped to Jellieo professions of religion and one restoraes us from Middlesboro to the etl'ect that trict. Mr. Hughes is local editor of the and were married. T. II. Webb and tion. Since then the number has goue( Mlsa Foxie Pennington, one of thu loveanil has not made Miss Mattie Dugan were married at the to l.'j. Mr. Ellis began a meeting at liest girls ever reared in Stanford, is to be- up his mind as to accepting a govern- Clemens House Thursday. McCormack's Sunday night to continue come Mrs. P.'K. Kemp, early in the first ment job. We hope he will remain Dr. J. K. Navo died suddenly at till noxt Sunday at least. month of autumn, to be more precise, where he is, as he is an excellent news- Chicago, where ho went to visit tho Tho minutes of the J(th annual the 12th day of September The mar- paper man. K.iir. He had been a resident of Dan- mpeting of tho South Kentucky Aeaocia-- I riage is to occur at d a. m , in the PresFrank Turner was fined s2." and ville for years, coming hero from Jessa- tion recently held with the New Salem ' byterian church and then the happy sent to jail for 10 days for carrying a mine. He was (ft and leaves a wife, who church, in this county, have been sent pair will no to Cldcago and other pointh pistol. Saturday when his wife took his was a Miss Miller, also of Jessamine. us by Clerk W. It. Gooch for publication West., Mr. Kemp is connected with the clothes to the jail Mr. Rothwell kindly in pamphlet form. Nearly all of tho L. & N and is eatd to be a very excel- opened the door to let him speak to her churches were represented According to tho Lexington Trans- twenty-odlent young gentleman. and Frank dodged by the jailer and cript Col. HretkinridgM has writteti to u and tho meeting was a largo and pleas-made good his escape. As he only had friend there in substance that the suit ant one. Tho total number oi members Bv a collision on the Loii' bland n few days to serve j.uler of Miss I'ollard against him, is a vindic- in tho Association is 2,00:1, the increase ' the road l.r PHrsous were killed outright had no idea of his attempting to get tive blackmailing hchemo which he will by baptism being 102 anil by letter, exand many wounded. away. When he is again captured it is utterly defeat and that his success in perience and restoration 75. There were The last Hvashoru excursion of the safe to say bu will stay out his time. the outcome is absolutely certain; that 22 deaths and i: expulsions during the Chesapeake tfc Ohio will be run Sept. ... Tho trial of Canon L. Roberts for the he will win and win completely, that his year. The body will meet next August A round trip rate of S12 is made from killing of Deputy Sheritl' Parks occupied friends there can reit assured that tho at Rocky Ford, Casey county. Lexington. four days oi tho court. The jury was vindictive and unscrupulous suit will bo Prof. Bristow says ho netted $1,200 ATThe total paid admissions to the composed oi uncom county men, who absolutely met and won. He hays bo is on tho High Bridge camp meetiugand World'H Fair during the week oiidirg had been summoned by a special depu- not trying his c.io in the newspapers; that he wpuld have done even better Saturday Worn 1,007,100, making it the ty sheiill. The testimony consumed one that ho has not said, so far, anything than that if he had had Talmage or banner week eo far of the Fair. dtv and tho balance of tho time was for publication, and that he has been Moody in place of Sam Jones, who Tho Citizen Bank of Jellieo has taken up by speeches of counsel. Iho both surprised and gratified by tho doesn't draw as ho used to. No referbeen reorganized and will commence counsel who spoke for the defense were amount of testimony which has como to ence is made to the number of souls business soon. The stockholder have R. II. Tomlinson, R. C. Warren and him and which will corroborate the saved, for that is not taken into consid the capital and will give tho depositors Robert Harding, and for the loininon-wealt- h, statements lie will make, utterly destroy- eration by the managers of camp meet notes duo in G, 12 and IS months .signed Gen. W. J. Lnudram, W. O. ing the carefully constructed case so ing1. Such meetings may have been a by men wIioho aggregate worth is over Bradley and Commonwealth's Attorney means of good in tho past, but that time falsely alleged against him.' Williamsburg Times. 1200,000. .FOR. has long passed and tho Methodist J. S. Owsley. The cuso was given to tho County Attorney W. II. Averitt was Sciatic Rheumatism, Nervousness and In- church, which was the originator of tho 0 o'clock and a verdict renjury about shot and killed at Stanton, Saturday dered about midnight. Tho defendant somnia. plan, has recognized this and through mornlni? bv Robert Hardwick. who was Nashville, Tenn., Mar. i, 1S93. The its conferences declared tho withdrawal was found guilty of manslaughter and in turn shot uud fatally wounded by the penalty fixed at three years' confine- Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn., of its support from them. HardAsa Pettit, a friend of Averitt. Gentlemen; I had Sciatic rheumatism, Schweinfurtb, the "Dutch Christ," ment in tho penitentiary. the defendant in a baswick had been a combined with nervousne-i- j uinl insom has struck the rugged road that ho Congressman Hatch, of Missouri, tardy caae which Averitt prosecuted. son of Dr. Hatch, who once resided in nia, for six weeks and having heard of should have years ago. Money does not N'enr Trenton, Plckney Humphries Lancaster, had charge of a female school so many persons being cured of nearly como in as it used to, and the infernal and his mother, F.Uza Humphries, were and preached in tho Christian church, every disease by taking Stockton's Anti- swindler has been forced to put bis "annhot and killed bv William Meadows. is quite a politician. Ho proposes as a septic, I concluded to try it aud tho re- gels" to work as well as to get out and Humphries had a pistol and had threat- settlement of all the financial troubles of sult was. wonderful. It gave mo almost hustlo himself. Tho whole crew cau ened to kill Meadows, when tho latter tho country that tho democratic mom-bor- a instant relief and In live days I went to now be seen on tho streets of Rockford, with the turned and fired in of thu house shall hold a caucus my ollice. I take great pleasure in rec- - 111., peddling vegetables and other farm Humphries' littlo daugh and each shall pledge his life, bis for- ommeuding it. Respectfully yours, U. products. Had ho peddled vegetables Hbovo etl'ect. tur was also slightly wounded. tune and his sacred honor to upholding K. Morton, 1521 J North College street. at first instead of trying to play tho rolo Tenn., J. X. Holies, u tho Chicago platform. This is v. gM For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. of Christ, many a home would be Nar Pulaski, happy instead of broken up and ruined, Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. farmer, drow out of banlc sl.lXW ana MU which being interpreted meaus very R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. Two harvest excursions to tho West and about the best thing that could be it in hla house. That night two masked gay. Now thero is no doubt that each and dono with tho miserable scoundrel would gained, entrance to his homo and M. C. has a life to pledge, as tho records and Southwest, September men ., at one bo .0 place him in an asylum or bohind covering Bolles and his wife with pistols show they all draw their regular pay. October Kith, via tho u. x tickets good 20 tho bars of somo good jail and keeping demanded tho money. Holies reiused It is likewise truu that somo of them fare for tho round-trip- ; their demandB when they began to pull have fortunes that could bo pledged, days. Tho great Cherokee strip will bo him thero his natural life. bis too nuHs on with a pair of piucers. though a largo majority of them are not open for settlement at 12 o'clock noon & AT7STXX7, Thk Q & C. anil Louisville Soutrn After autleriDR untold ugoniea lie uia possessed of tin abundance of tho goods Sept. Kith. Any information in regard ln.d the hiding place of tho money of this world. But when you como to to tickets, &c. call on or address W. W. will sell round trip tickets either to Lou Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset St.; wareroom, paint isvillo or Cincinnati, on account of Laand putting it in their inside pockota honor and especially "sacred honor" the Penn, T. 1. A., Junction City, ICy. and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. bor Day, Sept. 4, good to return on the quantity on hand capable of being the robbers bade nun tuueu. Ik tho Spring mouths people are moro 5th, at 1J fares, and to Washington, Sept. pledged knows no lfmit. "Boundless as Arnica Salve. ocean's tide," it looms up in grand pro- liable to eulTor from nervous weakness 2 to 7, at tho same rate, on account of Uuclclln'a ..... l .1..I. tha world tor CUII. bruisca caused by the breaking up of winter and Pan American Medical Congress. "Sign Work, artistic and plain. A specialty. ukeririVit rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- - portion and its value none can estimate. We guarantee all ikln erun Altogether Mr. Hatch's proposition is thoadvoutof Spring. Take Stockton's trains and through cars. For '"ft'" iMiMiina. corns and bo pay work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. p.U., .. ion. and po.itiv.ly cure. not devoid of merit. It would be bet- - Antisoptic; it iaa nerve and blood puri- - rates, &c, call on or address agents. D. guaranteed to pivv Per,ec"1'" CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky $ centi per box. 'rmoney refunded. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati. . ter, however, if he would enlighten the I tier. A. R. Penny, Stanford, sells it. .. Penny, uuiuiui t LAUREL COUNTY. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September n i 11 OfflOEKCSTIAN COJLJLEGE, Sustonville, Ky. -- Mid-dlebur- g, , CENTRAL university wM Centre College Academy. etpe-clallfur-nt- 1 y .h y, Home Boarding and Training Department n. - Your account is due the 1st day of each month. M'KINNEY BROS. Elegant New Stock of Preach-ersvill- e, store-keeper- Record-Homestea- d, d 1 d Rugs. Carpets, Mattings -- Severance & Son Candies, Lunches, Fruits, &c, Fancy Groceries,Breadf Cakes, Pies CALLONRZIMMER THE BAKER. self-defoLs- o A Good Meal for 25 Cts. Fro'ra. to-da- y Ad-dres- s. l'-'- th NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL House Painting and Paper Hanging Ves-tibule- d y0r .ale aw A. R. , v "'y - ' ' J : ' ''gWWfHy ywVWfW m;wyv YVtwfM" - - --- - - S "V-"" v?1 ry " ... pyHgggcfsa tf-- ' At Camp Knox, while in a fit of That the last Legislature wns not composed of men all of whom were bad, melancholia, Mrs. Martha McMaban we are free to admit, although the con- poured coal oil all over herself and census of evidence seemB to be against and lighted her clothing with a match, Stafford, Ky., August 29, 1893 the assertion. Among those who were burning to a crisp. always at their post and endeavoring to The third trial of M. B. Curtis, hot lift the body out of the slough of de ter known aa Samuel of I'oson, the acP. WALTON. W. spond, or words to that effect, was the tor, at San Francisco, on the charge of Hon. A. J. Carroll, the bright and brainy killing Policeman Grant, resulted in a member from Louisville, who graduated verdict of not guilty. A week when in a few words a great deal can be said? If Bargains you arc in quest of, you needn't go from that most practical of schools, Henry Harned, school commissioner any further than the journalism, his Alma Mater being the of Breckinridge county, was arrested on Times and his tutor the irrepressible a warrant sworn out by his own niece, is n candidato a pretty girl of 20, who charges that ho Mr. Logan. for and in the event that is the father of her babe. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. A Columbus, Ohio, boy named Chas. his people again honor him, n consum For Kepr?sentatte, mation, both assured and devoutly to Nichodemas, who has boen reading HELM. be wished, he will be a candidate for dime novels, has been placed in jail for speaker, a position he has eminently attempting to shoot his mother. He Where you will always receive the most polite attention of competent clerks and the prices on all classes of goods are simply out of sight of all competitors. Tor Superintendent of Public Scroolt, earned. In addition to his otner excel says he wants to make a reputation by lent qualifications Mr. Carroll is a tine killing both his father and mother. McCLARY. W. parliamentarian and as a presiding offi line trying to rule tue eweiis ot a cer "tvould reflect credit upon the body. steamer near Cincinnati, the skill in Tub silver debnte closed in the House The Intkimor Journal "unawed by pow- which Misses Nettie Wainright and NelSaturday, after such big ruds aa Bourke er and uncorrupted" by hope of reward, lie Crow and Bert Handley and Wm. Cochran, W. L. Wilson and Czar Reed herebyland hereon, unconditionally and Pemberton waa overturned and the And very distinctly, too, and since we buy for cash in large quantities, it stands to reason that we can Our daily increasing trade attests the truthfulnes of our assertions. A visit means to buy had unlimbered their batteries and let unequivocally, declares its allegiance to whole party carao within an inch of under-sell- . you can't resist our low price temptations. Our loose their dogs of war. All were for the Tony Carroll and promises to stay with drowning. repeal of the Sherman law, but Mr. Reed him till the last day in the evening. Mrs. Samuel Bechtolt and her two could not rise above ttio plane of party grown daughters were run over and KniToii H. T. Duncak, after an excit- killed by a'train near West Alexander. and partisanship and his speech was principles ing canvass, waa nominated by the dem They were returning from the marriage more of plea for republican than an effort for the public good. He ocratic primary for Mayor of Lexington. of Mrs. Bechtolt's cousin and the bridal charged, of course, that the present fin- John 0 Hodgea beat our Cousin Mat party was on the train which did the The new ones grow enthusiastic over our unparalleled bargains, and thus the good work of redemption ancial distress was dre more to the un- Walton for State Senator; W. Hi May awful work. irom anu over tne nign prices oi tne imamous creuii system moves along surely, smoothly and systematwas chosen as the candidate to reprecertainty of the future in regard to tariff ically. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. questions than to Sherman bills and sent the city in the Legislature and Milk cow and sheep for sale. W. H. grew very sarcastic in his reference to Hart Gibson the county. Judge Jewell the financial 'policy of the democrats. was renominated for city recorder and Campbell, McKinney. Lot of nice, white seed rye for sale. Mr. Cochran's speech was like all bis ef is beginning to think that there is less forts, a masterly one. The country, he hell in politics than he at first thought. S. E. Owsley, Hubble. Southdown ewes and bucks for sale. asserted, bad really been living under a Mies Cravens waa defeated by a horrid And buy a heap of good goods with a little money, which is always the dse at gold standard since 1834, and argued that man for school superintendent and so Dr. C. Fowler, Stanford. St the Sherman purchasing clause only on. In the plenitude of his gratitude It is claimed that over 700,000 sheep stood in the way of maintaining the par- for the honor bestowed upon him, Mr. are annually killed by dogs. : John Holtzclaw sold to Herrin, of ity of gold and silver, greatly increasing Duncan has issued a proclamation of of fat hogs at 5e. the burden of the laboring classes and amnesty, in which he forgives every Rockcastle, a lot For Sale. Ten nice robbing them of 45 per cent, of their le- body in general and the fiery and imA. URBANSKY, gitimate earnings. The event of the petuous young mayor in particular who mules. C. A. Redd, Sr.( Crab Orchard, Ky. week in the Senate was the speech of came near challenging him to mortal Isaac Shelby bought in the West David B. Hill, the man who thought he combat. Now let the band begin to NEW AUVKBT1SKMK.VTS. End of Boyle, a bunch of fat heifers -- : was a candidate for the presidency last play for n grand victory in December. and steers at2Jc. year. He has not only not forgiven Mr. TJtK OLD Tiikrk are said to be at least twothings Mr. J. II. Bright rented the 00 acres Cleveland for snowing him under eo far Kki'I'ki'Ncfm. W. A. Slayma-kcr- , can neyer De lorecoui. wnotn a wo- of wheat land belonging to the estate of out of Bight, but his bitterness seems to inai A. G. Huffman, J. C. McCJa-ry- , increase as the days goby. He had to man will marry and what the verdict of J. L. Dawson for $ 137.50. J. W. Pcrin, J. W. Wallace, WARNACK, I'ror SAM HugU Seargeut bought of W. A. Nv tt ST !SfValaBHJIS"nI4lwflsW admit that he would vote for the repeal a jury will be. A few weeks ago, on John Ncwland, J. N. Mcncfee, E. Knitted ami refurnished and in every way pre of the Sherman law, aa suggested by the Ptronger proof, a jury gave Frank Holt Hail 50 picked ew ee it Zl and sold to G. Waller, Wm. Rice, W. C. Ab-bedates narctl to attunl the want ol tht public president, but he would do so "unawed only two years for the part he took in him four fat steers at 3 cents. very reasonable 5 cm T. H. Meals, 1$. K. Wearcn, murder of Miss Oliver, near Mortran- G. W. Cravens, of Woodford, sold by power and uncorrupted by Federal the W. G. Kaney. A. J. Harp. rield. Saturday another jury found Geo. 50 acres of new corn to Tom Alexander, Tax-Payer- s. patronage." He did not hastily join r S4sHtfrSHBjC3iikiPKsV HrfSE with him in the rosy conclusion that Delaney, far less culpable than Holt, of Mercer, at $2.25 in the shock. Sun. F.vcry one guaranteed. Special Sheep and Lambs for sale; 40 ewes, The iSosTnses are now pat due and will te the financial millennium is to come the guilty of murder and fixed his punishat the court hue collected in lh bhcriiT's inducements now offered. is removed. ment at confinement for life. It seems 25 wether lambe and one very tine South and by special appointments as prescribed by; the moment the Sbermau law revenue law DeDUtv Slienll O P New I There were some who had given the sub- to have been the mistake, though, of down buck. Terms easy. Jos. Ballon. land oill be in Crab Orchard every Saturday both juries that they did not find a vergreat mare, Blanch or my deputy will be in my onVc at all times and Scott Hudson's ject attention who believe the cause of "' point at ofat Hiitcnville.Vantsburr ati H. WEAREN notices '1 he the present depression was deeper and dict of death againstboth for the diabol Louise, won the 2:15 class pace at Co- ten ai advertised by Sheriff official has rendered new form r SnrrltTs boolfleetnPK lumbus, Ohio, and took a record of itiruposti! le lor us to canvass for tales this tear, beyond the Sherman bill, and that its ical crime in which they took part. 2 10J. aswehave heretofore dene, so all tsses will be foundations were laid in the evil hours The annual report of the Hung.in-a- n collected strictly in conformance to the ntw rcie- , Cot. Coi.likk, Surveyor of the Port of uo Kver j whoietas nue of 1S73, when the country unwillingly minister of agriculture estimates the paid law November ist will find his remains or property alter laid aside the financial policy that had Louisville, has been asked to resign and world's production of wheat 1'he Iand advertised without further noncp this year at cnsls been its guide since the foundation of his successor will no doubt be announc- 2,279,000,000 bushels against the average financial necessarywhich Inow eiltts makes it ol that collrct every dollar I want to reduce my large the 1891 tac, as I can not ope t that hWp Irom stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry government. He claimed tobeabimet-allis- t ed in a few dnys. It is thought that if of the last ten years of 2,2S0,000,0O0. the Hanks which has heictofore caused me to be and offer them at prices Alford, of Louisville, is not appointed never so low. Call and examine the stock. .a t and was for a ratio lo to l,if there lenient with the las payers. Please profit by this .i.K.Y.u. a. isauguman s auoth and settle at once Kespvctt U.y, was to be a chance. The speech was Col. Welch, of Stanford, has the best C wa9 in bad shape when he started for J N MrNKFr E. Ladies' watches former price S50 now J.io 00; show. full of buncombe and looked more like a the first time this year at Maysville, last Ladies watches former price S35 now $27.00; bid for votes in 1S9( than an argument NEWSY NOTES. week and was consequently badly beat-e- k HORSE AND STOLEN, Indies' watches former price S25 now $1 7 50! for legislation to cure the financial mala"Once aint always" though, and Ike Williams killed another negro dy. Senator Hill's bump of presump-- t Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks we'll wager that he will be a winner all at the on and gall is very largely developed, named Henrv Ward at Paris. yet. S25 W. A. Duck wall, a pioneer citizen Many of the farmers in Millersburg and in consequence he can never be t : : On thn niKht ol Vuutt it, il)3, a Horse Unci precinct in Bourbon county are cutting geat a man aahe and his friends thick of Louisville, is dead, aged 77. board and Harness were Mnien Irom my stable in tie is. The fashionable World's Fair estab- their tobacco this week and it is as tine Stanfoid, Ky Ibe Horse is a Chesnut Sorrel, This sale will be made for CAS1 1 Hrtng the money along with you. ten years old, fare, about lishment, Jthe Hotel Windermere, was as any raised in Kentucky. With a about white lee t. bidwhite inP'ltl on rich I $' hands hlL'h. wind hind lee. Hon. D. B. Edmiston is in luck and he lluck board ha sidn good rain now the entire crop will be rather thin In order bar springs, red running year with black body what is better he deserves it. Simulta- placed in the hands of a receiver. one of the finest ever raised. Farmers inc I'iiicn collar narnss nearly new The old Kentucky Paper Co 's buildneously with tho announcement of his I will rive reward lor recovery of the prop II. H. KINO Home Journal. (.1 OKfiK 11. M V KI KIN erty appointment to a position in the reve ings , back of the Gait House, Louisville Stanfoid, Ky Si At no time in the past history of nue service, the Times printed a dis- were damaged $10,000 by fire; insured. the turf has such a lot of patch from Frankfort saying that it It is announced officially that chol- as Jay Hawker 2 14, Fantasy 2:13, Mar seems generally conceded that he will era is slowly disappearing from the grave 2: 13J, The Conqueror 2.17; Medio NIORELAND, KY., be given a walk-ovfor clerk of the infected districts of Austria and HungaNICHOLAS! IM.r, Jevmino County Ky 2:173. Lady Robert 2:18, Elfrida 2.1S, Wc have opened up n nice line ol Senate. The beauty of the situation is ry. Double Cross 2:18, Baronmore 2 10 and that the offices are not incompatible and Mis. Ada M. Bittenbender, of Lin- Oriole 2.20 appeared so early in Goods the sea- HEAL ESTATE 1 1BAME AGENT, be can hold both at the same time. In coln, has been nominated for the Su- son. other words he can get Collector Rodes preme bench by the Iowa- - prohibitionThere was a small crowd at Lancas Koorn b'armers KacrMnco Hank to give him a (50 days' furlough and for ists. ter yesterday and very little business We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could net that time give up the 4 a day for the A new: home for Confederate veterwas done. No cattle were offered pul the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots Stock, Grain, Market and Tobacjob at Frankfort. f ans was dedicated at Higginsville, Mo., licly and if there were any private sales ' which enables us to make very low prices. Salt 7 bu. Si. co Farms in the Blue-Gras- s 50. by the Missouri Confederate Associa, we did not hear of them. R. L. Hubble Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save vou The chairman of the district commit- tion.' sold privately HI ewes at f2 25 and Bright money. Always for sale AN, Timber Lands in the mountee, Mr. R. R. Gentry, has notified the W. B. Mitchell, a brakeman on a Herring disposed of .'.I of same at j2. tains for H'C, Correspondence mllcucd ftaSr We ate opening up a splendid line of" members to meet in Danville, Sept. '2 local freight, Millinery. was caught between the A good deal of horse swapping was done to take steps to nominate a democratic We have 11 yearling Southdown JhicKs and 18 Huck Lambs drawheada and mashed to death at Lex- but no sales were reported. ill candidate for the State.Senate. The edi ington. thoroughbred, for sale tor of this paptr has been urged to beCATHOLIC EXCURSION. dfc Miss M. F. Hewitt, who had been come a candidate, but as it is his busiprincipal of tho Jessamine Institute for THE GKEATK8T WOULD 8 KIK KVKNT. ness to help other people get oflico and I will rent at public auction on the premises tho past ten years, died at New Castle The most attractive period of tlie Co- mile Last of Crab Orchard, on having no desire to taste of the flesh Saturday. lumbian Exposition season to Catholics pots himself, of course he declines with The Pittsfleld express and a local in this country will Ijh the week of fc'ept. , ISOVCRTMC 16, 1893, thanks. train collided on the Harlem railway, 1th, as that is to he called Catholic Week M Kami of TiiENeHH-Letthas leased the prees near Danbury, Conn., and 17 persons at the World's Fair, owing to the and fixtures of the Somerset Republican were killed. of most or all societies of the 150 ACRES OF FINE LAND, and will, this week, enlarge to a six William Stewart, a convict in the church convening there then In view column. The republicans didn't seem Ohio penitentiary, deliberately noured of this, elaborate arrangements have In Rood state of cultivation ll.is brick residence! watcrtnl to want a paper in that county, so after vitrol on his feet so as to render him un- been made by tho Very Rev. Father and other good liuildinj;andniiU is welllaud Kivcn j Possession t f the lioue cultivating as nn as rented. 1 here an 7$ acres in meadow, trying them in every way Mr. Lewis able to work. Uouuhet, Vicai General of the Louisville iri for small rrjin ?r f.ir rurn ami ?n in Mti.crft.. ' 4 iS- - f --s .... 7i.. nn . I, IVCII .... gave up the eflnrt and threw his subCholera has broken out at Rotter- Diocese, with the celebrated Motion M"l. limn, lib .U.b W.I ..IUII. h'a .an n ..ult I'll" .....U...J dnrsvd will be re iiiirtd At the limit time and scription list and influence to the New a dam, in Holland, and at Antwerp, in Route, for special trains to take a large place I will sell O head of Horse Stork. conisiiiiLr Belgium. It is also spreading in Galicia party from Kentucky, leaving Louis- ol i brood m.ire. i lare family htrc if hands, Letter, which is steadily improving. saftt and guntle, r old mare by Mark lime, and Hungary. flenmark, i ucsnllug rnare in foal ville Sunday evening, Sept. H, from 10th colt by to Garner'weanling same, horse colt by Silver' The Worker, a weekly prohibition paThe Iowa republicans reached that Union .Station. He fortunately i himes, dam by J uduu kutrer and out of Prince per published at Grayson, will work no point where they had to give up prohi- street When ninre, pair of snotl work lnults, 15', hands' made his railroad contract prior to the high, 6 milk cows, wraulltic calves, 7 vearliiii; more. There was no special demand for bition or surrender tho offices. Very agreement between Chicago lines to ad- stetrs, yeitrllnt; heifers, 3 1,003 pound i"tfIr, Ki vouiiii cues, nearly full stock, its existence and a cold and cruel people naturally prohibition had to go. vance rates, consequently membera of Hell bred hmilhilnn llucks, ft hus, 3 sows in. and let it pine away and die. It is even Seventeen lives wore lost bv the his party will enjoy particularly liberal pi;s, lot ti rat class old corn, 36 Ui k line tur.otliy hay, so acres com In field, strsw rick, lard, Ui- harder to maintain n prohibition paper luiiuuenug uijuie sieum coiner, FROM .,, wo, . .....,, llill.lan.unli rnniLllnilnr i aniner advautagen, as arrangements are also mrt la.mll.i new, ltHilIWIM..,VVHllllf w. waznns-onin Kentucky than a republicanaand Bro. and tho barge Lykens Valley ofl wheat drill. smoothing har- - ' LOUISVILLE the stop at a beautiful new fireproof row, JHCINCINNATI; a Ulbb's turning plows, new set Al Lewis and others who have tried the coast of Long Island Thur&day morn- made to wagon harness, orrUne. n stands l hotel near tho Exposition grounds, where bees und no honey family this year, large lot- of DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE taken latter can tell how hard that is. ing. new Upright a suitable discount was made to secure household and kitcken furniture, NCLuoia i"iano, wuriirnnes, uomtiic sewing mainine. At Springfield, Maes., Friday, over a the party. Though a largo number is cooking ttovc, new ''inlng rom and cooking stove Pullman Vestibule Sleeping and Buffet Old man Penne, who married Mrs. Parlor Cart and many other articles too numerous to mention Cleveland's mother, like other garrulous loose track and with a heavy wind expected, this is the year railways are Only Route Through tho Indiana Tutsis All sums of $10 and under cash; ner that amount tim old fellows, is apt to give things away against her, Nancy Hanks trotted a mile prepared, and it is certain that the .Mo- - notes, with 6 u months' intereston good negotiable per cent Natural Gas Belt. when he begins talking with his mouth. in 2.0S, the fastest mile ever trotted in non's splendid equipment will provide 1 las sale and renting is made preparatory to boaking up New England. THROUGH TICKETS for all. Father Itouchet extends thro' He says his wife is going to leave about Cull on II (' Dover, near MilIcdKcville, for TMItt UkCS THIIR COhhrcilOM CAN Bl t(CVUX) At Philadelphia, Robert Rodway the Kentucky press an invitation to all further information AT THE IRINCIPSI. TiCIT OfflCIS Of the middle of September "to take care of MRS M. A. SINOI.K'IOV, SOUTHING MllOAil. Crab Orchard, Ky. Mrs. Oleveland," which means but why throw a bottle of vitriol into the ace of to participate in the arrangements he Tor meui iKrornunot in moaro to ratm George Stiles because the latter refused has made, and to go to the Fair with his elaborate '.' kd?,!??8 "T1 cot.eis.wno Thie OEHVICE, PltAlt AfPW OR Cf UTTIR c to pay him f 10 he had borrowed from party. Applications for information in wsimmoF imi rcuowiNQi I y fj t mil. ii iii . imf Secretary Carlisle has asked for an him. Stiles is burned fatally and his detail should be addressed to K. II. Ba- fromclfer for sale privately six farms, running 1 . cW S. H. UCF.T, Scutstrn Fass'r lent . XlSirvtTIi rrr Will sell une or all Half 10 to 200 acres. of $30,COO to continue the mother, who was standing near by, appropriation (J balance on Ion; .,.. imvr.ms con, 1). P. A. Monon Route, Louisville, cash, Correspondence time with 6 per cent, inter 1. UJFRUiV n.'int rw, i.... V KHJISYim, tr solicited. est. recoinnge of fractional silver currency. caught enough to injure her seriously. it. &j "So ' II G.GOVEH.Milledgeville, Ky. Ky. BiMuu miwdi. isLiUot Cirtl hiVr Irtut. pj S. Ctr. &mi-Weekly Interior Journal (Qhatls The Dse of Talking 6 OB 8 PAGES. every ifsxsa.'X'. HARVEY ll LOUISVILLE STORE, F. MONEY DOES ARTICULATE, OLD CUSTOMERS BRING NEW ONES, Then Be Good To Yourself and Family, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Proprietor. VAPOR STOVES. JACKSOIT HOUSE, 11 TO All ni-- W. &'C0. I - tas-paj- Great Clearance Sale. w - u. SUCiW REWARD. SAME SWEEPING REDUCTION. 1 ;i three-year-old- s J. T. FAHR1, KING & PRE WITT. Goods, Notions, Dress er . Dry Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware Clothing -- n Public Sale and Renting gOTC FHEWTTT. The World's Fair Route from (he South Saturday, Sept. er Con-L'rese- Pennsylvania SHORT LINES r jT"---ii- yi tWA ! MS II I I I 1 1 -- tw.a-a- IS e 1 1 corn-shellt- r, 1 - 1 hmise-ketpin- 49-t- d mm ;s5$ W l mm VIA ADO FinST-CLA- S 2&&t """ IN t r f mrti ssi Tia tti ClaCUJlUft. t ... j -.-- -- t-' I "- - rr VMf W H ffn" J.J Wfljlf !F '1 iKPtt "" w ;Tr n Semi-Weekly M Thk treasurer of the Fair Company, Solid gold set ring $2 at Dankg, the A nice rain fell yesterday afternoon Mr. W. F. McClary, Hays he will settle and there are indications at this writing jeweler's. Thy our now bread. You will like It. with the stockholders Saturday. There that the drouth, which Iirb become ee-- r will bo a loss, but it will be slight. ous, is about to bo broken. Amen. Stamford, Ky.( Auoubt 29, 1893 McKinncy 15 roe. . ft It is only about a month till the bar- J. L. Tottkn has about completed his Feu, Btock of school books and school ber law, preventing the opening of cottage on the Danville pike and it is E. C. Walton, Business Manager supplies at W. B. McKoberts'. shops on Sunday, goes into effect and indeed a thing of beauty. It is of his Thk auction will resume pgain nt 0:30 our barbers are rejoiced at the thought own design and build nnd is ns unique W. II. Hlggins, re- of it. A. m., Wednesday. as it is pretty. PERSONAL POINTS. 9 ceiver. Thk directors of the Stanford and Thomas Labley is now time keeper at s Lost, between Stanford and In attempting to get on his engine the Prcachcrsville turnpike are requested to Rowland. church, a green nnd red changeMils. M. K. Daviksb has returned from other night, Bob Martin missed the step meet at County Clerk Cooper's office at able silk parasol, with heavy silk cord and fell, badly spraining his back. 2 p. m , Saturday next, for the purpose of and tassel on natural wood handle. Parksvillo. electing officers for the ensuing year. Finder will receive rewnrd by returning Misa Mattik Oiindohp !e e'erking at John Lkk, for using abusive language W. M. Lackey, president. the Lonlsvillo Store. a me to thia otlice. on the street to John Kennedy, was Mit. Jons Bkkiiit, Jit. is down from fined $o and costs by Judge Carson, Sat Bkci Pardon. In your Inst issue I noWk have the finest lino of kid gloves Grays for a few days. urday. tice you have the following mistake. ever offered in Stanford. The Le Bon s Jennij: (Jooi'Kit in visiting Misa girl Ton, Foster Hook Suede, Paragon Everything has a Silver lining, so we now come to break the recand Am. accounts past due must now be You have Glndya Kramer, a Swiss at IiuBtouville. baby, as taking the premium for the Binwit. All in dressed nnd undressed ord and to give you a few prioes unheard of. Mazer Suits worth I will not wait any longer. If J. A. (Jhait, of Louisville, was here Bottled. you can't pay promptly at the end of six prettiest girl baby at the London Fair, and in the now Bhades of tans, browns, $7.50 reduced to S4.50; Spring and Fall Wraps woJth $$ reduced to Friday'on business. when it was an American girl baby by modes, greys, whites, blacks, $2.50, one lot of French Ginghams worth 25c now 15c; one lot worth Miis. Wm. Wkum has returned from a months, I don't want your name on my the natno of Gladys Ray me r, who took Ac. Hughes it Tate. books. J. K. VanArsdale. 15c, now 8)4 c; one lot worth 35c now 2qc; one lot of Printed Dimivisit to relatives at Pittsburg, I'a. the premium. Please make the correci ties worth 25c now 15c Ladies' tan Oxfords worth S2.50 now $1.75; Mits. Moi.uk Hick and little daughter, Mr. M. F. Elkin was brought home For Kknt. A good, comfortable resi tion in your next issue and oblige the of llurgin, are Mrs. Mattle Novius. Sunday. He was caught under the Co all ladies' Oxfords reduced and must go. Some odds and ends of on Danville street, Stanford. father. YourH truly, W. F. Raymer, )Uu. C. C. Pnmait weut to Lebanon denco lumbia stage which was overturned by gentlemen s bhoes must go if they don t bring 50c on the dollar. Good garden, good cow pasture, orchard, Altamont. Saturday to visit Mrs. Ben Spalding. Gents' light Clothing to go at your own price. tho horses running away and badly inHknky Ohman has returned from a good water at the door, big vard, &c. Dn. J F. Pbyton went to Washington jured, as stated in our last issue, but Foi terms, etc. apply to Dr. II. Reid. the visit to old friends in Wayne county. last week and succeeded in getting a tho extent of his wounds could not theu . Miw. Mahy V. Bowman left yesterday Thk medal of Miss Angle Carpenter, board of medical examiners of pension- bo ascertained. His jawbone is broken to visit nt Harrodsburg and Islington. lost near Milledgeville and advertised in ers established at Stanford, with himself, in the centre and fractured off from the can W. H. Frktwkm. and family, of this paper, was lound bv Mr. Silas Mes-B- and Drs. Steele Bailey and J. G. Carpen break, be is injured in the back of the Will be nothing to compare with ours in this sale, and then you select what you want. Don't fail to see are visiting relatives at nnd returned to this otlice. Is there ter rh members of it. The board located neck and his right leg from tho knee not a moral to be drawn from this short at Lancaster will continue there, but the down is badly mashed. The accident has gone to Pnor. L.G. republican members will not be in it. occurred about 1J miles from Columbia talc? where he will teach agalu this Drs. Huffman, Bush and 'Herring have and as it was dark Mr. Klkin was section. not disH. L. Marimo.v. one of the editors of been appointed in place of the old board. covered for some time. It was thought Mn. II. C. Kahkib returned from Chi the Harrodsburg Sayings, is the proud Our Lace Curtains, our Gents' Furnishing Goods, etc. Don't go to cago quite sick, as he was all the time he papa of a boy. We congratuThk furniture and other property of that he had jumped off when the horses the auction and stay all day when you can come here and get what was there. late him and suggest to his wicked part- the late John M.McRoberta, Sr., which began to run and a party went in search you want for less money and go home. Come try it. Miis. F. F. Sandidoe and children, of ner, John G. Pulliam, that he go and do was sold by Kxecutor W. II. Higgins, of him, but returned to find him by his the West Knd, have been visiting likewise. Saturday afternoon, brought fair prices, his groans under the stage. It took the combined strength of four men to extriMorelaud. Tn k Lancaster boysaro learning to but the real estate not being bid as high as Mn. and Man. Mahk Uakdi.n and it was worth it was with- cate him and he was then taken to Coride bicycles, bo says the Hecord. We bethought Miss Annie Green will leave for the thought thoy would catch on to it after a drawn. It was the same occupied by de- lumbia. He Btood the trip home Sunday verylwell and is now resting easy, with World's Fir Thursday. awhile. Mort Hot h well was oyer Sun ceased and lies in front of the College. It prospect of an early recovery, it he is MiNJKs Jkn.mk and Maiiik Waiiiikx day and took a spin with our boys to was oflered in two parcels, one being not internally injured. went to Ijincaster yesterday to spend a Danville, but tie soon found ho was not bid to f 1,500 and tho other to 11,200. It week or two with relatives. up as a whole and bid to was then put Opie Paul, who murdered fke Helm, in it and fell by the wayside. Mips Minnik VAxAii)Ai.K,of Harrodsf2,MX)acd withdrawn as stated. In Square or round top, zinc or canvas; a negro hostler at McKinney about two burg, is visiting Mrs. H. J. McKoberts, Mr. and Miis. Gkokok Grikn, of months ago, is at last seeing the light Thk L. it N. trainmen have voted not whoso health continue bad. Junction City, were recently called on through the grated windows of the counIiClI Kkv. Lansimi Bckhowh, of Augusta, to mourn the death of their youngest to accept the reduction In their wages , child, Hallio Kuby, and now their eid-"- st unlet the company will say at what ty jail. Sheriff J. O. Huffaker, of CI., has been on a visit to Iiih brother-Wayne, captured him about daylight Capt. K. T. Rochester. girl, Mies Cora, is in a critical condi- time they will restore them to the prps-eAndrate. All of tho employes, with Thursday at the house of his uncle, Ai.h:jc Cuoyd, Misa Belle Cash, tion. Mm. Sho has been hiccoughing for Giles Parm'y, about 17 miles from whom wo have talked, take a liberal view Mrs. 0. J. Crow and Miss Klta Belle days and her etrength is nearly exhaustPaul hail been in Fentries counot the situation and are willing to suffer ed. Oioyd loft for Chicago yesterday. remembering tho dif ty, Tenn., that rendevous of lawless Mips Ixu'likOwslby, ol this county, Collector Kodkh is manning his dis the reduction, but men, tho most of the time since he com is in the valazy of beauty to bo pre- trict with democrats as fust as he can. ficulty of a restoration about 13 years ago, they are tardy about getting into the mitted the unprovoked murder and was In canvas, rubber or leather. sented by the Ilhutrated Kentuckinu Saturday the Secretary of the Treasury samo trap It is easy enough for the on his way back to the scene of his next month. appointed the following on his recomMkh. G. 0. Ki.Ci.kh, Sr , of Harrods-7 mendation. JumeH G. Hardin, Tiiomas company to agree to restore wages as crime, when Sheriff Huffaker got wind as the conditions under which of his presence in his county. His dephurg.aud Mrs. Sam McDowell, of Boyle, W. Green, John C. Graves. David II. as uty located him at Par;nley's and with were granted are resumed. were upSaturday to see the new heir of Kdmiston, John'M. Hiddell, W. S. Nich- they him nnd two others he went to the Mr, and Mrs. G. 0. Keller, Jr. ols, H K. Hughes, W. Iv Haughmau Thk jury in tho case of Canor Rob- the house just before day as stated. It 1 Cook and wife, of Stanford, and II. W. Dunn to bo storekeepers and B. Dr. erts who killed the deputy jailer of Madspent a few days here with relatives this giugers; Bush W. Allin, Jr., nnd W. C. ison was composed entirely of Lincoln was locked and not being able to get any one to open it he kicked dowu a : week. Thry are now visiting in Woods to bo ganger-- John H. Graham, county men of whom "0 were summondoor and went in. Paul and a fellow Somerset ews letter. G.A.Stewart, J. J Brooks, John F. ed and most all of them examined before Mil Lkwis 1). Sami'BO.v was hero Sat- Odell, George L. Chrisman and Charles it was obtained. It was tried at Lan- named Peters were iu an up stairs room and tho sheriff started up the steps to it. Eight-Daurday working up Interest in the Louis- K. Kincaid to bo storekeepers. Clocks, S2.50. Nickel Arlarm Clocks 75c caster mill the result was a verdict for Tho steps were crooked and just as Walnut anc Oak ville Post, and secured a number of Prices knocked silly on of the jurors he got in the bend Paul The names and Peters ap(ait. W. J. Wash, tho capable nnd three years. they stood on the first bal subscribers to that progressive sheet. and the way peared and a pistol Hashed in the face of Miw. 0. H. I'aink left yesterday for popular load master of the Kentucky For hanging, II. D. the sheriff, who soon had his covering lot are as follows Boston via IMiisvillo and Winchester, Central, met the pay train here Friday Newland, 21 years K. B. Beazley, John the men, who beat a hasty retreat back wheie sho will visit, accompanied as far and conducted it over his road. We re- M. Hill, A. J. Harp, J. W. Ramsey, to the room. Peters jumped out of tho as IjOulsville by bur mother, Mrs. W. 1'. gret to know that iu the general effort to Weed T. Smith, J. H. Fugleman, L. D. window and ran, so as to throw the And anything in my line. Don't forget the place, reduce expenses the genial captain Garner, for two yenre, Wm. Beck, for poeso oil its guard and let Paul eecape. .A Iter Sept Bow i.Kfl and Susie Tompbio otlce is booked to go. MihskhKoma T. M. White, Tilford Messer, Ho was caught, but tho sheriff was onto and that of the chief engineer will bo acquittal kins, of Ktehmond, Va., and Addie Jack Beazley. the racket and demanded Paul's surrenof Frankfort, accompanied by Mr. consolidated with the present chief at J. L. Hose ami wife and J. II. and S. M. the head. Capt. Wash is a tine railroad following love letter, written by a der. Instead he swore he would shoot Thk of a b h who Come and get the best goods for the leas't. money, and bring the cash Calvert formed a pleasant party from man though and will not long remnin kid of Stanford to his girl in the head off the first 8 place Sunday. "Junction City to this out of a job. He has already a promise Boyle, was picked up ou the streets re- attempted to come up the steps. The with you. Mn. W. L. Con.nkii, who tilled satis- from the N. N it M. V. of a similar po- cently. It is dated Aug. M. Please ob- ollicer told him that ho had heard bucIi threats before, and advised him to come factorily the position of prescription sition on that road and will go there serve how that eye is set and the clerk at W. 11. McKoberts'. left yesternext week to sco about it. "Dear down or he would immediately proceed of the settee remarks The day for his homo in Cynthiuna. We are cousins though might to bring him dead or alive. There was Cousin. 11. HilTwo attempts to breHk into J. will be friends of Mr. John S. Wells bo loveis if thou will bestow your love something, no doubt, in the tone in ton's store at Rowland were made last lie has engaged to reglad to learn that upon mo. I hope that my actions has which the words were pronounced that and resume his position in the week, but fortunately for Mr. Hilton had some ellect upon you ere this time. changed Paul's determination for he at turn they were both futile. The tiret night came store. You know thr.t I have my eye upon once said ho would surrender if he was Miss Katiikrink Bai'iiIIman left yes- they tried to work the lock on tho front Miss T. o Lancaster, but Hint is no promised protection. He then came terday for Somerset, where she has en- door, but were scared otl by Ollie Hiatt, sinn that it shall always bo upon her. down with his 14 pistol in his hand, gaged to teach a class in music in which who sleeps iu tho store. The second Well, I suppose you havo'nt forgotten swingiug by his side and was at once she is thoroughly protlciout, having had time thev came they broke a glass in the first time ever met you. When at covered by the sheriff. He was then the front door and tried to unbolt it. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. a natural taato for the divine art at you I did glance said to myself, there taken to Monticello, where Sheritl Huff Con- Young Hiatt was awakened and nt once cultivated at the Cincinnati hope that you will not aker secured the services of J. G. Haris 1117 chance. servatory and other music schools. Sho tired in the direction of the noise, but take this and let any one see or even din and came on here with his prisoner, Call and see them before buying, Every thing in the grocery line will be missed in society here, but our unfortunately only ran the rascal otl. read this letter. Write soon. Your arriving Friday evening. His arrival for sale cheap. This is the fifth time this year that Mr. created considerable excitement and the lo. is Somerset's gain for the present. " true Hilton's store has felt the effect of rob streets around tho jail were booh filled CITY AND VICINITY. hers and ho is, of course, getting tired of Vi.ndkatkd. Wo neglected to give with people. On entering the priton, it. the result of the etiort to have tho col- the first man Paul 6aw was Perry, who Thy the :',0 daya system. McKinncy Tin: death of Augden Bridgowater re- ored common school taken from Prof. was with him at the time of the killing. Bros. -calls to the Harrodsburg Democrat the W. D. Tarditl. G. W. Gentry and oth- He immediately began to curee and Yol'ii account is ripe, ready ami waitwonderful nerve that ho exhibited when ers petitioned Supt W. F. McClary to abuse hinfor swearing himself out and ing. Please call and settle. W. 11. Wear-eMarshal Gallegher shot oil' the whole remove him on the grounds of immoral him 1P011I1 in and applied the most it Co. side of his jaw when ho went to arrest conduct and practices with his female filthy epithets to him. Perry Baid noth, Yofii ncconnt bus bebti duo nnd ready him. Parenthetically wo will hero re- pupils and the case was heard before ing and Paul soon quieted down. He since July 1st, Call .and settle by cash mark that the shooting has always been that officer witli Gentry representing realizes that ho is in the middle of a or note. A. K. Penny. considered a cowardly act here, although tho prosecution and Col. Welch tho pro- very bad fix, but bays if he is given Is Kecoiving His Gallegher professed to believe that "Old fessor. It wa charged that Prof. Tarditl' more than five years ho will kill himYoi' owe us and you must pay. We Bridge" was teaching for his pistol when was tho father of Mattio Hocker's child, self, if lie lias to do it by butting his : : : must have our money, hard times or no he did so. This he denied, however, and but she was placed on tho witness stand brains out against tho bars of his cell. hard times. MoKinnoy Bros. it was generally thought lie shot through and eworo that Parson Green, of tho col- Those who know the particulais of his Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Minstrels, greatly enlarged fear that tho big man would prove too ored Mutliodibt church, was the cause of crime think, however, that if the law is Ai; Fiki d's professor not on- properly enforced it will save Mr. Paul and improved, will open, the season nt much for him. As cool as if nothing her downfall; that the familiarly with her, tho disagreeable necessity of taking his Masonic Temple, Louisville, beginning had happened, Bridge asked the doctor ly had never acted had frequently giver, her the best of own life. His examining trial is sot for summoned if his wounds were fatal and but when ho claims ho will be able advice, tins which, if alio hail taken, being told that they were not w.ikit nnd oak eiirlit day clocks ly so he told him to go to work.necessari- Would have kept her from being a moth to sliow that his crime is not ns black Hu reJJ j(); nickle alarms 7k", everything in fused to take nn im.rstlietic nnd sat or before she was 10, of a child who has as it has been painted. His actions inDanks, the my lino in proportion. upright and let tho sutgeon pick out tho no legal father Tardtff also swore that dicate that ho will try to play the insanSeo big nd. Jeweler, shattered bones and sow up the wound, lie had never said a word out of the way ity dodgo. young gen- - not a groan escaping him the while. It to tho girl. Gentry introduced severTiiK Rainbow Club and the Hailstones fell at Kome, N. Y., Sunwas thought that he would die that al witnesses, but they "skulked" on him tlemun known as tho kid crowil ure day that weighed a quarter of a pound. big party nt Sheriff Mene-fee'- s night from suH'ocation. To prevent this m he expressed it, and seemed to know A disastrous lire in iouth Chicago, a needlu was run through his tonguonnd nothing whatever about the case. Col. New stock, styles and shades. Wednesday nighty was very naturally satisfied to whicli made Scores of families homeless a thread passed through it and nurses Welch PenWk would call attention to A. R. had to hold tho thread for nearly two let Mr. McClary decide upon it without and which caused a loss of a million or sale of watches, clocks, dBys to keep tho tongue fsom dropping argument from him, but Gentry spoke more, was caused by the explosion of a ny's clearanco jewellamp on which a young lady was heateilverwaro and everything in the back into his throat and choking him for a half hour and literally wore Now is the. time to buyat to death. Bridge weighed !Hr pounds out. It was no ing tier curling irons. and tho dofeudaut ry line. Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, Tho human hair is absolutely the slaughter prices for cash. then, but by the time he was taken to good, however, for tho superintendent Five Landreth's Garden Seed at ship- the penitentiary he had fallen off to promptly decided that the professor had most protitabio crop that grows. We have just opened the first and dismissed the tons of it are annually imported by the 150. Gallegher was killed shortly been vindicated of Hen- about ment of' dress goods, consisting impression prevails that merchants of London. The Parisians Flannels, Hop Sackings after, when Bridge is said to have re- charges. Tho riettas, Senses, through harvest upward of 200,000 pounds, equal of Silk marked that another man had saved him the prosecution was instigated nnd Habit Utouis. run uu New.Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. in value to SO,000 per annum. of a malicious character. motives the trouble. & Velvets. Severance Son. o Interior Journal m EASING UP McCor-mack'- Everybody Cheerful. Banks Resuming, Crops Good. m rela-live- ox-blo- AUCTION : PRICES Counter, o, er How-lan- d. BoHi-K- Camp-bellsvill- Our : Remnant : Mis-Willia- HUGHES & TATE. m TiRTTlSrKS VAlLIgE -- I nt in-la- Mon-ticell- o. TEKJESOOPBIS9 H.J. McROBERTS. Mon-ticell- o. , CYCLONE REDUCTIONS y Watches, Clocks, Sterling and Plated Silverware, Spectacles, 1 Haw-kin- s, Danks, The Jeweler, well-know- n 11 incou-sista- BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, THE BEST MADE. WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. 1 y 1 t-- - - H.6.4RUPLEY, n m m igtwliMtHpll4- - SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. m m M'--- to-da- y SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER ALABASTINE m J him-Be- lf Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. Wo Bo MtcM(0)BII3BTB9 if&ji. - !'-- ' "' j -- - n'vpmwww t lilTTBiBManMMMaaMrMI " IWHIIrrWfWPBf?7WWWn' B ll.lll tf'TI.,'11. II nwnKSi rtr(w "JrfV, anfl'ljflJ(ftIMraHBOHMtt: "J' FISH-HATCHlN- G v'" jCEWffvff r ' 'jfflH?iBMW,yftflByitf'WMwE?w'rj! 'a,1 'tigu' ; "r TT 'iw ju e V 9 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT HENS. "FOUND WANTING." Jeanne d'Arc lacked an education; Pomprvlour lacked depth of mind; Mnlotcnon lacked tnloration; Esther might have been more kind. Hebrevr Sarah lacked humaneness; Good Octarla wanted wit; Greek Xantlppe. lacked urbaucness; Ellet wasn't chic hit. Qlropatra lacked humility; Ruth was minus worldly wealth; Best of England lacked civility; Saint Theresa lurked In'healjli. Marie perfect, b'tt, you sea. Vogue. Lack., In toto, loo for mr. II Got There. Tlio diffldent young man had wanted to propose to the girl, but for tho lifo of liim ho did not know how to cot about it. He rend books on the subject nnd A Publlsbod Every Tuesday and Friday SU X WWhen R Y3CAR not IN" ADVANCE soptd 32.60 will be chrged.TP K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Rowland at 7.00 a. 0., returning at s'.to p. m. L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going Express train I.-ir- fr.irht ' " " South South North North. North.... South.. ... "', 7 Pm 1 pm 036 am 33 t 31 Pm Th.o Sh.ltoa House, bav-- e nought information from men who had experience, nnd while tho theories were admirable in every instance, he found QUEEN & CRESClNT ROUTE. that 'the practice thereof was a different Trains pass Junction Cltyai follows: thing. He was walking with her one - No. , Vestibule uimuei 11.50 a. m ; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, a.55 a. m.j ."o. j;, evening, thinking over these things, New Orleans Express. 1a 17 a. m ;No. 7., Local, when her ehoe became untied. She stuck 11. la p. m.; No. 9 , Wue Grass Vetibule, 840 P. out her pretty little boot with a emile, M. No. J, Vestibule Limited, 6.48 looked down at it, and ho fell on his p. m ; No. 4., Fast Mail. .JJ p ra ; No. 6., Chlga-K- o knees and tied the lace. Limited, a.a; a. ra , No. 3 , Local, a.ss "! Then he walked on with her, and tho No. 10, Mite Grass Special, 6 a m. ehoo became untied again. Shoes do that with great persistency, it seems, especially these summer shoes. The third timo it happened he was ready, as before. "See if you can't tio a knot that will stick," she said as he worked away at it. He looked up at her tenderly. "If I can't, I know a man who can," he said. "Do you want hira to tie it?" sho asked coquettishly. "Yes," he replied. Sho jerked her foot away. He Mailed to himself. A QUEER CEREMONY. "It's the parson," he said, and he rose flbsolirfely to his feet nnd finished the work. De- Announcing tho Hutchery of an Ox In Itursvl France'. troit Free Press. The crier or tambourineur, as ho is A cream of tarter baking powMlitnken, generally called, because he carries a der. Higest of all in leavening The Viscountess Sherbrooke, wife of drum, is one of tho institutions of Latest United States Robert Lowe, the well known English rural France. A traveler in the valley strength. statesman, was a woman of strong char- of the Colo says, in "Wanderings by Government Food Report acter, and sho challenged criticism in Southern Waters," that ho found tho ROYAL'BAKING.POWDER CO., that she was in the habit of baying what- tambourineur making the rounds of a 106 Wall St.. New York. ever como into her mind at the moment town, lustily beating his drum to She had sense and courage, a heart awnken the curiosity of the inhabitants A. S. and a head, and alio bore a largo part in and accompanied by nn ox, which ho introduced to tho public as "le bamf her husband's public life. SURGEON DENTIST. One repartee nscribed to her shows ici present." Ortice over McRoberts Drug Store lnthe new The crier'h business is to announce that she was at least ready with loyalty Owsley Building. of speech. The French embassador one to all whom it may concern that tho Stanford. day said to her somewhat patronizingly: animal Is to be killed this Yery evenmorning its "You know England is said to be a ing nnd that land of shopkeepers. I had no idea of llesh will be sold nt ono franc tweutj-fiv- o centimes tho kilo. It will all go finding thero such great military disat n uniform price, for thio is tho cusplays." LOGAN AVENUE, "Ah," she replied, "the people of dif tom. Tho'.o who want tho aloyau or ferent countries do not understand each sirloin will only have to be in haste. : : Tho ox, notwithstanding the fact other. Now, I have actually been under ho has a rope tied round his noso Always'sells) goods lower than any one else in the impression that the French were a that town. New atock of Fruits every Friday. great military nation!" Youth's Com- unu horns and is led by the batcher, evidently thinks it a great distinction panion. to bo tambourine; his expression Indicates that this is tho proudest day of A Tuleoteil A cent. Mrs. nomeseeker You certainly don't his life. I will nnen on tanulrv lith. iSjt. a Every timo tho drum begins to rattle expect anybody to tnko th's house? Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity of The floois all ruu ho flourishes his tail and when each lersoy rnilK to tno people oi aiauioru sou uw Why, it fags terribly. and at thelollowuig price, delivered: little ceremony is over ho moves to a down hill. ao centa Fresh Milk, per gallon Agent (u smart ccn It was brrilt fresh place with a jnunty air, as If ho to cents that way on purpose, man 5xirnmed Milk, por gallon to keep tvero nwaro that all this drumming 8 cents flutter Milk, per gallon pence in tho family. Greatest Invention and fuss were especially intended for No condemned his entertainment. ,Iwi!l make two trips daily. The patronage ol the of tho age, mum. , psit.be is solicited. A G- A. PKYION. Keep peace in the wretch ever made his appearance in Mrs. Ilorneseeker Stanford, Ky i yr. public with a better grace. family? Yes, mum nothing liko it. Agent jNotice.to .the .Traveling Public. A Million Frlonilrf Whenever your husband drops his colA friend In need is a friend indeed, and not ks ...1 have had . he'll alwaj-- know where to than one million have found just such a friend in lar buttons Or King's New Iscovery for Consumption, find 'em. New York Weekly. loughs an ( olds 1you have river used this it HSouth-boiind 1 Th Utter traina also carry passengers. Th abort It calculated on itandard tim. Solar me it about 10 minutes fatter, ao;pm North-boun- d -- W1 L.i'Awaep f ty to hens in particular ma3be the next numerous friends anil Would be glad to see In Stanlord and Rowland and by 50 lbs. oc per show them his stock Ofhis goods consisting in the long list of societies designed We are very ture. Saddlery, Hardware, Ilugglesand Of Furni30 lbs and too lbs $c per too lbs Farming thankful lor past patronage and respectlully refor tho amelioration of animal life. Implements. Give him a call. quest Its continuance Will deliver Irom lb up creahen is n cheery, Tho M RS. JANE HARROW A CO. ic ture If left to her own inclinations, but if any spark of reason exists in that smnll cavity allotted for her brains A small place olTWENH ACRES, with O. P. HUFFMAN she must wonder why sho is so seldom House of five rooms. All outbuildings subject and in good repair Young orchard with English and Classical For malts and females. allowed to follow her natural instincts. Is a candidate for Jailer, He would to the action ol your appreciate small fruit nf all kinds. iU miles trom Danville party Sho is shut up when fihe would run the Democratic and one mile from Junction City on the Huston- vote Lancaster. ; : Kentucky. vine pine, IRS S A I.I.I F. SHIPMAN. free, stoned nnd driven violently nwuy Shelby City, lloyle Co., Ky y Next session begins Sept. 5th. $! The course from choice pnsturo lauds, ignomin-iouslJOHN M. JOHNSON the buildings and J teaching tnorough,reasonable. Younegrounds tied to a tree or soused in cold ladies rates Is a Candicate for Assessor of Lincoln county beautilul in and College; joung gentlemen bosrdsd water when she longs to sit on a nest subject to the actlot. of the Democratic patty. DR. W. 13. PENN7 the loarded particulars a;dresthe For further In the town full of pretty eggs, and in order to get MILTON ELLIOTT'. President. herself In good condition for ChristDentist. A. GIVENS mas or Thanksgiving sho must run Office South sidi Main street, in omes recea county, hither and thither from morning till a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincolnparty. subseated by Dr. L. K. Huffman, Stanford, Ky night to get her small mouthfuls. ject to the action of the Democratic will sell Millinery Some other hen is usually after tho JOHN B. DcNARDI, which sho fat worm or other tid-bDINK FARMER AT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES has espied, and if she is tho victor sho Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of Carriage Painter and Trimmer, Call and save money. Kor the rest of the season must swallow her morsel in dyspeptic the democratic party and HosA sple ulld line ol Ladies' Underwear All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and re haste else it will be snatched from her style Plain and ornamental aired In iery kept constantly on hand. S IIEAZLKV, at the last moment. The latest indig- 7 igns Satisfaction guaranteed In both workmanMISS I.ICCIE G. W. DEBORD ship and price Shop on main street, ovcr.Wm. Stanford, Ky. nity practiced on this amiable bird is Haugherty's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky found in China, where tho spawn of Is a Candidate (or Jailer, subject to the aclioo ol the Democracy, fish is delicately placed Inside of an TO COAL BURNERS eggshell from which tho contents THE P. 0. MILLINERY. Of Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity M . F. ELKIN, have been blown, and while the mother fish is darting off through cool Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action Having made arrangements with the East JellicoCoal Co., am now prepared to sell waters in senrch of a good time, and of the democracy. Call at the room and see the you Jelllcc Coal at the lowest possible marfor while tho eggs which sho longs to gin. I find that by paving cash and selling me see Largost and Boat Selected cash I can sell much cheaper, so come and brood over have been taken uway, tho and see how little money will buy your Winter JNO. BRIGHT insulted biddy is forced to sit on tho Stock supply ot this Coal, the best on the market you for fish eggs until they are ready to bo Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action i hanking nfsarne, past favors and soliciting a Of Millinery In town The goods and prices are yours, party. am respectfully etutinusnee placed in warm water, where they of the Democratic bound to pleat, you. S I) ADAMS. Rowland. ,m MRS P T COURTS. 10 hatch nt once. Then the fish stepSTANFORD .. E. D. KENNEDY, mother is allowed to cluck her sweet and patient way back to her family Is a candidate for to the office or J. II. BAUGHMAN, BED AND SALE .TABLE, until her services arc again required. sessor, of Lincoln County, subject to iction of the L17K-7-, STORM 1 4j-6- Made nf niddy by tho Chinese. A society for tho prevention of cruelUse Strange good-nature- d MEANS IUSMESS. Buy vour school hooka and school supplies of all kinda at A. R. Penny's. Watches, clocka and Jewelry repaired and warranted. Engraving a specialty, at A. It. Penny'a. Thk soda water syrups at A. R. l'en-ny- 'tt are niado with puro fruit juices and are delightful. Try them. XTOTXC1.I We will Deliver IOE Every Morning at c per lb. l-2- D. S. CARPENTER, At the well-know- n old stand ol J. II. Green, in Hustorivlllo, - Kontucky, Garrard College, For Sale Triv.tmly, 1 Cot-tagncc-ea- e ry J. TO THE LADIES. 1 first-clas- s Ten-ness- e I po.l-ofTi- I st democratic party. FIRE AND W. L. DAWSON Is a cand'date for jailer, subjectjto the the dirnocracy si. t ion At John Mcfnelee's ol nw brick on Deposited, b 'Pure J. W. RAMSEY, Pror., Who will atall times be glad to accommodate all with good rigs at reasonable rates. My 'llustwill meet all K.C. trains, t INSURANCE AGENT' .. Representing,... action of 1. a cmdidate for jailer, subject to the the old Jeflersonlan democracy. JOHN BAIXEY, ' SPLENDID FARM JOHN B. MERSHON the For Sale Cheap Privately. (will sell privately Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Enj;.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. icies promptly issued. Will insure against torna does, wind siorms and lightning Lightning without additional charg. Office at First National llaok, Sta.ford. Companies. I would All of which are firit-cta- st be pleased to wailo rimy friends io this line. Pol. claus-tsatlach- flHfcp PRICE, I. a Candidate for Jailer, Democracy subject to lh tlon of My Splendid Farm of 150 Acres, the Is a dcmoeiacT- hiluated il miles South ol Stanford. 1 his farm plenty of Isina higttttateof cultivation and hat acres, Has wt water All in grass but 40 the ot the very best if improvements candidate lor jailer, subject to the action YV. W. HAtS, Manlord, Ky U 4, tf - V. W. HAYS, lft SFLBNDID FARM t FOR SATE PRIVATELY. 1 C. X. FOCTEIA, PETER HAMPTON. candidate for Jailer, subject to the actum the democracy. MRS. 01 J. F. DUNN, KKML'CKs. I, a CEXTERAXi STOKE, SAM M. OWENS, I, a candidate lor Sheriff of I.lncol to the acUon if the democratic Dan side of TEACHER of VOICE CULTURE, ed on the West miles Iromtoe HuttonvtlteandA within vlllemke. is lluilui II a half mile of the railinad station of Moieland AND 1'IANO. the firm is in a splendid state of cultivation, e or STANFORD, rill. til pvivately my .arm of ovacrcs,ituat county, Stanford, Kentucky, Sight 'irT Chorus Class andFree. Roadlng Class. sui-j- ect T. D. NEWI.AND, ject to the action of I. .1 candidate lor SUntl te democratic of Lincoln county, sub p.... any lime besvioo commences Sept f, I at pupils can rnter well Improved with m dwclhn ol 7 rooms, necessary outbMklings, Including a good bam. About half ol the farm Is sown la grass and the entire place 1. w.li watered and can be d vlJ.d For parinto s ir j rsrc.ta 10 suit the purchaser ticulars m rite to er call on, J P. LAND, a Mcrclsnd, Ky ao-tr- $100 HEWARD. HORSE AND BUGGY STOLEN. First-Cla- iS - gi-- s man meets all trams. In connection with How wclU the toll have also one of the lest Iincral on Mr. indM" call end for reference to water, Mr and Mrs. Hoyd In- Louisville, G V Patrick. ,,Vram Erin, Tenn . A A. Warren. Stanford, Dr. C II. Hraum, Mr and Mrs T. W. HaShon. Rowland. Mr. and .Mrs K. D. Jc inson Rates $a pet ",w Haven, Mm Cox Give me a call M Petrev. cleric W CARRIER. Prop $o:y Green-sbunr1 furnished and At Rowland repainted Hotelnicely of the be. and one in connection with day and night, night In the State, open Tokcr Terms. o. . great tough Medicine, one trial will cnnvlnce you that it has wondert.il curative powers mall bot-ti- p the Throat, Chestnnd Lunjs l.acli is gunraBtevd to do all that is 'laimrd or mon ey will be refunded. Trial buttles free at A. R I'ennj 's ding store. Larec botMrs 50c and $ I U- -. p-:.c$-:h- . . Deserving Praise. We desire 10 s THE" RILEY V. B. HOUSE Kentucky. SsSfc " BILEY.iProprletor, London, ,,eSmdth7n jA.M1 - tired. 77 LlyHchl ... n.u. llAt1 and urn better to 'accommodate the public. and every convenience dc Give men call. RILEY. .jeve ;. ?U i l& "0 '. &' "EC v '. . . ' Life itiicklen's Arnica Salve and Klcctric Hitlers, and have never handled remedies tltat sell as wtll or -- outt We 1 he . Je, s.gne.1 hav e f'.r sale .0 that have gutu with universal satisfaction ' y -da nut hesitate to guarantee them every ttiav ami Kwes and a J Pu. Ws imnortcd and brel bred ,,rl bsef. we stand ready to refund the purchase prke if v.llet veil, of lloyle No fine, or better hwe ,n4y"f-w- U Mvtlsf.ictory results ilonot follow their use remedies have won t.Seir great popularity purel) tanfunl. Ky on their merits A R Penny, drugit King's New l)icovrr tr have been sillingDr.Dr King's New Lite Pills, Itr Consumption, say tuour cltWens, that lor yars On the night of July is, V, X HAS IIUKSl of J a mes P I'aitey sod was stolen Irera the ttat Ka5-K.",as-- 2. S. lltxVer. 1 he harie hitched to the buggy 01 a dark bay, almost 1ron, about i6ktnds hlch, party is ocratic ptibl e, has hardlv out This Hotel, r.novaied and refurnished, Is now had scratches and hair u off the hiaa lool.uuder la toy charge and I intend to conduct tt ao as to fetlocks; he it ' ur j Mr.old:ln drinking he Mt only maintain Its tilth reputation, but 10 add laps water like a dog The running gear or the t Its long list ol fneds Special accommoda-Do- n biiggv is pm tiled smoke tolor, with with black t for commercial travelers and fin. rooms for stripe, or triinmmgs, all of It except the singleIh.dliploy of samples, tree, which black, the bed and tup are black and a nu.e lino cutout of a pkift about 'vro inches I have returned Irom the cities with .A!First-Clas- s profit. there is which I will sell for a small goods, the dath on the innHe Hie hiad asle tree near H leftover, as fret as this welded and the paint at leltlilndwicrlha.be.il Aad KlLLIAKDand POOL ROOMS attached that iOltit on the wuvtl n sthorchtd and entirely from last season, I wilr sell at JOSEPH COFFKY iMI burneil off the iron, tt t left hind wheel has two ONLY, cra Veil spokes The saddle of the harness has FOR THE CASH COST guaj mountings, the hip strap has ben wenel -- b.ri It iatii. the Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., 1 do this 10 reduce my sloik of te--w it Jioo for 1 he goods" I will be aMe to sellout my business a return follow In, r.ward Is .,ifr.d, of buggy an hore and cowvictwn of ihtet Minersasd shippers el the GENUINE J$ All ef thec ptvp ,foVdJl.r,vU.neVud,e.,o call and ,...-- a or $5 ler return ot horsethief for relttrn of buggy, or $50 for coHvictleri of sha ot their a my Mtions wtll be left open for lour months Irom wly Maiiiord. K. ii. ilai. i wliM-- lime live tewasii will be withJAMES P IIAII.V V. draw n Try it W. art the sole agrn's la Stanford Jand J S itOl'Kr.K. ewland Utfet lernvr ot Dciot street and rail- Manfurd, Kv roadcrossing jy ana Is a Ca ..i.a... f.rliulerof LtncoU any ,,k, his friend, not to commit themselves to T. J. HATCHER county THE 60FFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. h MILLINERY. n's ture Ges Saloon 1 S5r"i ....n. also-oU-- H Original Jellico Coal. 6 For Salo. HIOGINS A WAITS, le POSTED. hi MlKe foicwarns hauler., fi.hwiw.L ami pet Blher-- tiot to tieMts on our lvK.li olthout te antum, as all ij.Ii willhigne.l roveiuled to the fssll est euttwtul Ih. law 1 TO 1 The People of Stanford AND LINCOLN CO UN IV vou lor y ..r liberal rattunage for I e 1 last Swson, I respe- fully request Us cnntinusmc during t.le ctenmg Indeed I eipcvt all 10 use the - M. FRANK "GOING IN." ROWLAND, DEALER IN KY. HARDWARE, ut-o- tt A Vearnliii;. GROCERIES, of at Hasmoved into his new store and the Junction pikes " rah Orchard ever prepared better than at RowUnd fund I. nowboth to please the trade in the, Stanford .v hU stock Etc He has recently added (ireatly to bad debt and having no tent to pay and no loss by tSTOOlil Oh'! GOODS, PRICKS, Mrs. Wearie-- rl Jiibt hato my husband's relatives, every one of them. Mrs. Brightlie Oh, I just lovo my husband's relatives, I fairly doto on them and am almost dying to seo them again. "Where do they live?" "In Chicago." Exchange. Too Sniiill. Dr M J Davis is a prominent phvvtcian of Lewis, ''ass county, Iowa, and has Uetn aitiiflv. in the practice of medicine at that place lor the past 35 years On the aMh ot May. while in lies Moines en route to Chicago, he wa. suddenly taken with an attack ot diarrhua Having sold Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Hetimlr fur the 17 oars, and knowing Its re doses oi liability, he procured a 25 cent bott e. which completely cured him The excitement and ihange ol water and diet incident to travl-in- s Kvery one should often prod ace ,1 diarrhoea procure a bottle of this rented) befere leaving hoiur Koraaleb W II. Mckobcrls, Druggist, MnnforJ T I . PHOTOGRi3-PH" S !: work f. II. HAYS C MttbAMi IT. pt t- -o Card Ji I will maka Saturday at sannj necativoat t rabOrrhard every take ol rates Hoping the tltueus will entourage me in my good works, these rates and s.ae only ,- -. 50 Come to Rowland for fiMt-cla- t tbinet per doien adv-ata- ste Will IE MRS M A MAR I IN I. PhCK. J l C IAI I IRI DIIAl K L PLIIR I.MIN MANN esu IIAI MI.R MANUFACTURED For thrM reasons ICE, Tlie Feocs Valley. Commercial McKlNNKY, I Hotel, KY have bought above mentioned. Hotel at and have attached a When When When When Baby was sick, we gav her CastorK she was a Child, she cril for CatorU. she became MKs, sh clung to Costori. she had Children, she gevethem Caatoria. First-Cla- ss Bar and Pool Eoom. The finest fruit bell of New Mcstco. No fall lire in cmjis under irrigation if properly attended to. All fruits grown 111 California can he Krown In New M.vlco eicept oranges and lemons. .ami from iii uyo per acre on 10 years' tune, at 6 per cenl. Call on or audres. R C, MORGAN, I) I) btanlord. Ky. rirst. It it made by a horn, Secuiid, tkn Ice it absolutely and institution chmlcally pure, being made lr4u spring water, which is first distilled and th n carrlully fillrrcd before being froaeii 1 bird, Artificial ice will last much longer than ond lie rourth, an epidemic of cholera it looked lor during the vear and nothing is so apt to produce or spread this disease as Impure water or Ice. Kiflh.it will be M Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l t your Doors Kvery mornlog at the loltowing Prices For too pounds ol over 40c er hundred For jo pounds to too 45c per hundred Fot 10 in so pounds joe per hundred. No less than 10 poundsidclivrrod. 10 E. illtKMKK Have repaired and Jret'irulshed the Hotel and ant better than evtr VITAL TO MANHOOD. jva OOME to SEE ME. Having purchased the Grocery : Business fast Of thestockas I W Ramsev, lam Increasing as possible and will oon have it "I wish my little boy would try to be good all the time," mid Robbie's mamma as sho was rocking tho little fellow to sleep. The success ot Mrs Annie M lleain, of Pennsvlvanta, in the treatment itl diar"I do," replied Bobbie. "But I don't rhua in herchildrtn will undoubtedl) be of Inter-ethink I'm big enough to do very well at to many mothers. Shesavs: "I spent sever, al weeks in Johnstown, Pa,, alter the great Hood, it yet." Harper's Bazar. of my husband being employed there "It is beastly hot that I think I mtt call on Miss Millions." "What has Miss Millions to do with the weather?" "She always gives me such a cool don't you know." Chicago Record. Suitably Alnrelcil. Mistress What on earth have you got that horrible rose colored dress for, Bridget? Bridget If ye plazo, ma'am, Oi'm a few funds this afternoon to a pink tay. Club. s 1 Prepared to Accommodate the Public. .special '""jf-- ji )B. E. M E.ST, 8 Hrf,f 8ra",x st JOE CARSON. Manager attentionto Commercial Men P W GIIEEN. Proprietor A Sensible Cull. Complete in Every Particular. street nod Call at my .tote on rsake it to ) our interest to trade with mu Lan-aiter I will on account We had soveral children with us, two ol whom took the diarrheca very badly I got seme of Chamberlain's Colic, Cbolcraand Diarrhea Item-eil- y from Rev, Mr Chapman. It cured loth ol them. I know of several other cases whereex- it I think it cannot be waseiiualty succesitul celled and cheerfully recommend It " 95 and 50 cent bottles for sale b W II Mclloncrli, btan. ford, Kv. Mr Thomas Uatte, editor of the Graphic, Arkansas, has touud what he believes to existence for flux His ex. be the best remedy Deriencc is well worth remembering of He says I flux nad a severe atiack 'Last Summer tried almost every known remedy, none g vlnir relief Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrheaa Remedy was recommended to me 1 purchased I bottle and received almost Immediate relief continued to use the melicine and was entirely cured. I take pleasure in recommending a this n diieate, any person suffering with such In tai It Is the belt me.idne :ri..to aale by W II Mc 5 and 50c bottles for ence." Roberts,. Druggist, btanlord. lex-ar'kan- a, 1 1 1 t- BANK ST AITFOUD, -:- THE JEWELER. - W.C. HUTCHINCS. 3 f K.T. WEST'S NER E AND llltAIV TREAT specific lor lly.terla, DUzluee., Fits, Neu ralida, Headaehu, NervoUM Proetr-tlu- u caused bj alcohol or tobacco, Wukefulnets, Mental DepriMslnn Softening of llrnlu, rau.lng Insanity, mlser, decuy death, Premnturo UliI Age, liurreunees, Lom ir Powerlneltticr.es:, Impoteticy, Loucorrhu'n nnd at My mother, Mrs, Knle Dudderar, has just re Female WeakneiH, Involuntary Lowes, Hpermn turned Irom the cities wtlh an elegant line of mil. n by tnrrhiea of brain. Self Iiuery, embracing abuse, A month' treatment, tl C f or t', by mall. 1th oocli order fur8 boxen, wilt W will setul written guarantee to refnnd If not cured ALL OF THE NOVELTIES (iUHrnuteuil.ueilhy nireut. tVEHIS I.IVEH 1'II.IJ cure. Sick Ileadncho, lllllounee, I.tverCouipliilul Of the seasnn, ol which she will have lull control. SourStomai h, DjspepHlu urn! Constipation. She also engaged a UUAHANTLEii Uuud only by a ITqw Millinery. caul over-eiertlo- 1 A. R. PENNY, Stanford. Firt-Clas- s Dress-Make- r. John II. Cattleman. A G. Lanharc Stock Most Complete Call and examine my stock of Millinery before Inlying and leave our order for your dresses. Thanking you for past favors we solicit same. MARY DAVIS DUDDERAR. 1 4 ,Jl ' ROYAL nsurance Company OF L1TERPOOL, BARBEE&CASTLEMAN MANAGERS,! iu fo. Oommorce Building, Louisville ..:.,.it.i... n, i rrcci favorite rreserin George's confession of lovo for me? ieVtiy ZTvsystem harmless in all the natural fund Fannie Ho has read enough law to female It promote know that it couldn't be used against tiot anu builds up, strengthens, regulates and approaching confinement, curis. For woman overy weak, him. Truth. mothers and run-dow- n, Jennie How do you account for 11 woTian he who works, and is tired, will find "r.", del-"ca- t" ts tS7AidfrfPi SSfeAJ iV.'..;i; 7 5vV wl A- - ltt) kJi-r JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEAGER. YEAGER & YEAGER, ' yij-A 1 Ay ra?, feed m m sme, B.Y. firvt-clas- a "s ,'ili 7y Agents throughout the South. W. . TKIBBLE, Local Agont, tSTANKORD, KV. Accommodating. Williamson Did tho man you bought the mnlo from say that he wouldn't kick? Henderson No, but ho would have Haid so if I had asked him. Brooklyn Life. woman It is an invigorating, supporting Ilu peculiarly ad.Vted to their needs guaranteed more than that, too It's the only a the '"WW"1 disturbances, painful remedy of wemanhood disorders and chronic weaknesses k nd. periodical of everv btirinS 'down sensation's, internal ailment,. If it ever fall. cure, you have ycur money .i VnoSx WMr oiLVERw- -- STANFORD, We are In our new atabteln the Opera Houh Block atd are well supplied with AT- NEW RIGS AND HORSES utniuts Hava been purchased and Dttbing.but will leave tho stable. a ' in, Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, work. One call will convince you There are three ol the belt Darbers in the State There are also excellent Hath Rcomt run in conthat this is the place to'trade. nection. Agent lor Lexington Steam Laundry. Give them a Call. y A. u