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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893090501 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. T - fgfrJwffwtBrfB Semi Weekly Interior vol. XXI. Senatorial Convention Called. Pursuant to n call innilu by H. U. Gen-trchairman of the 18th Senatorial Committee, tlie following memberH of ald committee mot at Danville, Ky., Sept. 2; ISM. W. M. Myers, chairman of the Casey county democratic committee, J. L. llructf, reprinting G. A. Stuart, chairman of tho Hoyle detnoorat-i- c county committee, Ictchci Owsley, reprinting 13. F. Slaving chairman of the Garrard county democratic committee, and Wallace, K. Varnon, represent-inglIt Gentry, chairman of the democratic commUteo. . county Judge V. M. Myer wbh made clialrman and J. L. Bruce, secretary. The follow and ing resolutions wore presented adopted, Risolvki), 1st, Tliat a delegated be, and tho wiiiio la hereby called, to meet nt Danville, Ky., on tho :tOth day of September, 18113, at 10 a. m , for the purpoeo of nominating a democratic candidate for Seuator to represent this district in the next General Assembly of Kentucky. That the chairman of the various county committees of the district are repeated to call a mass meeting of the democracy of their county at tho court house, at a time to bo selected by the chairman previous to Kept. 110, 1SP3, to select dele-i-- i. tn ttin Danville convention, the representative of each county to be one delegate for each 100 votes and fraction over 50 cast for Hon John Young Hrowu for governor at tho August election of A Dis-trlt. Lin-coi- n con-tontlo- Journal NO. 54 1 STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 5. 1893. 0UJAVbVV'(AVtV''VV'WWW-VVV'Mr. Upthegrovo for his kindness. Thej LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY- rf HUNG BY A MOB. Bill Akerson Swung from South Fork Trestle for Attempted Rape on Little Lu- cinda Uptherjrove. n 2nd. It having been a time honored custom in tho democratic party of this district to nllow each county In turn to Belect ouo of its citizens to represent tho party in said district, and there nrUes a question ns to whether Lincoln or Garrard is at this time entitled to name the nominee. Tho committee having been requested by prominent democrats from all parts of tho district to settle this question, while not assuming that they have u right to decide this question nor desiring to dictate to the party, after due consideration decide that it is Lincoln county's time to oiler the democratic candidate for senator, and respectfully augnest to the democracy of the district that no opposition In the party be ottered to any competent, clevir man tho democracy may oiler. Upon motion the meeting adjourned. V. M. My xua, Chmn. J. L IIki'ck, Sec'y. DANVILLE. (Advecatr i I8!l. Msrkubury Hold their crop bushels of wheat to Geo. Cogar at f0 cents, Mr. Cogar to pay tho toll, amounting to fllV per load. A. K. Hundley, whoso reputation as a Htatter is making him u second Walker, will give the wonl for the trotters at the lNirii fair, which begins next Tuesday. Mr. J. M. Wallace discovered home one in the act of breaking Into his pano'clock and try yesterday morning at made Uueo unsuccessful efforts to "wing" tho Hcouudrol, but the pistol snapped every time nnd the prowler escaped uninjured. Ktdor J. S. Kondrick is meeting with great success in the protracted hit ices which ho is conducting at Parks' dur-thvllle. Ho has had ten confes-ion- s week and the interest in the first meeting is something extraordinary. It will continue as long as the interest holds out. This time last fall a large number of lambs had been engaged at Hix cents for delivery this spring, but we have heard of very fow engagements ho far this fall for next spring. We understood that George Wood engaged from G. l liright tho lambs from 1 10 ewes, to go in Juno and July nt $ per head This is in tho neighborhood of 5 cents per pound. Rout of about & 1 Mr. George Cogar la undecided ns to whether or not he will make the race for representative. o Aotlier rapist has received his just reward and tbo country is that much the bettor otf. Bill Akerson, a negro tramp, Is the victim and little Lucinda Upthe-grovdaughter of the Samuel Upthegrovo, of the South Fork section, was tho brute's victim. Friday morning, as the little girl was on her way to school, she was met by tho burly rascal, who seized her and dragged her from the road to a thicket, a short distance oil'. Throwing her down, ho was about to accomplish his hellish desire, when T. J. Cress, the lit tle girl's teacher, appeared ,upon tho scene and scared him away. Mr. Cress Informed the neighbors of wiiat ho had seen and in a short while a band of determined men was semiring the country for him. In Friday's search live men, four black and one white, all claiming to be tramps, were arrested and brought here to be kept till tho parties in search were satisfied that none of them were guilty of tho horrible crime that little Lucinda Upthegrovo had sutlered. They plead their innocence, but it was thought best to hold them, thinking they might possibly throw some) light on tho case, even if they were innocent. All of Friday night was spent in searching for the negro, but little or no trace was found, and just as tho hopes of the gentlemen in search began to die out, a telegram from SomorHot stated that a negro answering the description had been arrested there and was in jail subject to their order. Several men from Klngsvill" went at once to that city and were soon convinced thnt the negro, who g.ive his name us Bill Akerson, was the one wanted and nt 12 o'clock Saturday started on the train with him, expecting to brimr him here. The neighbors and friends of Mr. Upthegrovo had by this time gotten soincensed over the negro's crime tliHt they concluded thnt nothing but his life could or should atone for the deed, and on hearing thnt he would pas4 through Kingsville on the train, they at once decided that that would be their chance to get him in their dutches. So when the train from Somerset, which wbh supposed to have him on board,) pulled into Kingsville, some 10 or 50 armed men began to search it. The conductor informed them that they werent liberty to go through his train, but that the prisoner and ollicers had gotten oil at Floyd's, a station two miles South of Wavnosburg and were trying to reach Stanford on foot. This made the already determined men more determined and they set out for the Somerset road to overtake them. The writer was nt Kingsville when the party left that point and can say in ttieir behalf that a more orderly and determined set of men never started out on an undertaking. Sum Upthegrovo, father of tho assaulted girl, was in the gang and one could easily read in Ids countenance that he intended to leave no stone unturned in Ins e, eight-year-old i t.ttfirt til fll'I.IKf. Ilia .lflltr.lit.ir'a it riMKi The officers that came with Akerson from Somerset left him in Constable 1 An investment for nn education is an Prof. Wilbur imperishnblo capitnl. o .smith, President of the Commercial Lexington, of Kentucky University, Ky who has been Borving as Juror of Awards at tho World's Fair in tho department of Banking, Flnanco and Commerce, has returned to his famous from 13 States nro receiving instructions in Banking, Phonography, Typewriting, Telegraphy, etc. (Graduates successful In gottiug situations. Bead Prof. Smith's advertisement in another column and write to him for circulars. Col-legcol-log- where-Btudont- Reduced rates to Latoniu fall rnces, Sept. 2 to Oct. 7th, via Queen & Crescent route. Tickets on sale each day of meeting to Cincinnati and return, good nil five days from dnto of sale, from & O. and Louisville Southern onQ. Tickets Cincinnati to in Kentucky. Lexiugton and return at one fare for tho good round trip every Saturday evordng, will enable turfmen returning Monday, and others to spend Sunday in the Blue A., Grass Region. D. G. Edwards; G.P. O. Cincinnati, sta-tia- I Burton's hands and returned on tho next train to their home. Thi-- was a picnic for the mob and they had not long to wait when they reached the Somerset road Mr. Burton was soon seen walking leisurely along with the prisouer, whoso hands were tightly handcuffed. One man is n very small matter, when the odds aru 50 to ono against him and Constablo Burton was not long in handing over tho prisouer when the mob ordered him to do so. The men composing tho mob took n straight shoot for South Fork nnd it is said when they passed through Kingsville they were going at a double quick march. Mr. Upthegrove's house was reached about (' e. m. and tho negro wns taken before tho girl to ho identified. Little Lucinda thought he was tho one but would not ho positive. Ho had already told the mob tint he wns tho guilty party nnd when the little girl came out of her home ho remarked. "That's tho girl," nnd when ordered to go to tho spot where the crimo was committed, he went atraightforth, the mob following alose nt his heels. He was not the least excited, but talked with as much easo as if he wore a disinterested party. Akerson then complained of being hungry when Mr. Upthegrove, father of tho girl, voluntarily went to hid homo and cot a good sunner and brought it to him. He ate heartily and thanked for-ol- d mob then walked the prisoner around lor an Hour and were deciding on n tree from which to hang him when so.ne 10 or more of them sneaked him off down to the South Fork trestle and throwing a rope over nn iron bar some 15 feet high, swung Rapor Akerson into eternity. His neck wns not broken for there wns no jerk, hut it was not long till death came from strangulation. The rest of the mob caught on to tho fact that they had been outwitted by a few of ther number and going to where the man hung tired several shots into his body, while others tried to get revenge by cutting his body with knives' A reporter went to the scene of the hanging, Sunday morning, and found overythin quiet nndy only a lew ineu, and those were there for curiosity's Bake, around the body. Squire W. A. Coffey had ordered tho body cut down and buried nnd preparations were being made for the interment. The body wbb placed in u box nnd buried in n thicket on the side of the hill some 200 yards from the scene of the lumping. Quito a number of white people were present, but the colored were conspicuous for their absence. Akerson n few moments before tho hanging asked for permission to pray and he and a Bro. Sneed, of color, from McKinney, knelt together and prayed fervently. Whether the negro was ever scared or not will never be known, but it is certain thnt he showed neither signs of fright or even care about his surroundings. When asked if any of tho men arrested Friday were with him nt the time of the assault, ho answered no, but ndded that it would do him a good deal of good If the white man could be brought there and whipped in his presence. Akerson was a had looking negro nnd one could have readily believed him guilty of any churgo. Ho was about 21 years old. 5 feet (5 inches high, weighed about liX) pounds and quite black. He claimed Harriman, Tcun , as his home and nsked that his body be sent there. About .j o'clock, Saturday afternoon, SheritI Menefee received n telegram from the ollicers who had delivered Akerson to Constable Burton, that the prisoner was en route to Stanford on foot and Mr. was in danger of a moil's violence. Menefee was away and his son, Sam, acting in his capacity, was soon on his way to meet the prisoner with S or 10 of Stanford's good men to protect him. It was too late though and tho mob, estimated nt 300 strong, had him in charge before Mr. Menefee nnd posse htul gotten voll started. The little girl is not hurt, fortunately should t for her, but t have had any ellect with the mob. The negro's intention was to gratify his and he would have carried his point at all bar mis had ust he been caught up with just when he was. Thow five men nrrested gave their names and residences ns follows. Kvery Lyons, Barnesville, Ga ; Charley Uavillu, Knox ville, Tenn.; Henry Hamilton, Chattanooga, Tenn., Thorns Johnson, Asheville, N. C; and George Wilson whitei, Canton, 111. They were released yesterday and lost no time in leaving this part of the country. A reporter of this paper visited tho scene of the bunging nt 11 o'clock Saturday night, two hours after it. wns all over, ami the spectators were exceedingly numerous. Tho whole business was conducted, it might be stated, in a busineway and was successfully carss-like ried out in every detail. A more determined set of men thnu tho mob was never assembled nnd any resistance would have meant bloodshed. Such ox- citoinent was probably never witnessed in the county before, especially in the southern portion, and every man, woman and child seen by our reporter in a circuitous route by Highland and Kingsville, Saturday night, win worked up to tho highest pitch nnd freely expressed the wish thnt the mob would successfully accomplish its purpose. do-sire- Kluer R. Graham rrank will con duct the services at tho Methodist church next Sunday night. Will Owsley has gone on duty ns U, S. storekeeper and gauger nt John W. I ueen ol crescent Koute Finest Trains in the South." Stop-over- s Through Car toOucago without change.front Miller's distillery. R. K. Hughes has New Orleans. Meridian, llirnungham. Chatbeen assigned as storekeeper in Ander tanooga, Jacksonville, Ha., Atlanta, Macon, son county and will go on duty about Asheville, N. C, Knoxville. Tenn., Lexington and Georgetown, Ky. Choice of routes via . the middle of this month. alCincinnati or via Louisville. One of tho unfortunate effects of lowed on all World's Fair tickets, at Chatta- hnrd times is to cause an advance in the nooga, IxMiisville, Indianapolis or Cincinnati. For further information as to Rates, Car price of coal and the necessaries of life. Service, Sleeping Car Reservations, etc., call The result, however, will be to force the on or address any ncent of the Qudcn & people to a rigid economy ami in the Crescent Route or E. T. V. & G. Ry. I) G. l.DWAKDS, G. P A.. Cincinnati. O. end this will prove a blessing. The entertainment given by tho young ladies of the Sunflower Club, Thursday evening, at the home of Miss Bessie MnrKsbury wns attended by about ' .. . .. .10 couples of youn, folks from this and ,, ,,.. . .. .. . ,, neighboring towns. An elegant supper was served and all hnd a good time. A large amount of business bus been transacted at this term of circuit court and the docket is about cleared of all the J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. old cases. Judge Saufley dispatches 5U1 1893. business rapidly and when a case is called requires the counsel to dispose of Full corp of Comervitory nd Normal School teachers, Superior courses in Literature, Music and it, unless excellent reasons are given for An. Excellent doardtni; department. Catalogues and clrculari furnlihed on application postponement. Major Gro6s, chief engineer of tho Kentucky restaurant at the World's Fair has been knocked down and bunged up generally by one of his negro cooks. The major ought to have called to his assisFALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. tance some of tho commisA SCHCOI. AND HOME. FOR GIRLS. sioners and suppressed the American Ooo-Faculty; superior advantages; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and special citizen of African descent. Col. D. R. Collier was in town sev- inducement offered to thoe who detlre to make teachers. Our aim is to mike our pupils thorough The College has bean recently refited, and a College Llorary, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, eral days last week. Misses Moore and &c, have been added. M. G. THOMSON, Principal. 3 Dillion, two Crab Orchard beauties, at tended the Sunflower party last Thurs day evening. S. C. Denny and Dr. Tom Hood leave this week for n visit to the World's Fair and an extensive hunting trip through tho wild nnd wooly West. RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. Candidates for polico judge are get- Three Colleges : Three Training Schools Fifteen departments of study. Healthful location ir 01 ting to be as thick as tiddlers in another tlie heart10. tue uiue lirass Kegion. G33 inasium'and Athletic grounds, Moderate rxnenses (1C0 to J.! from thirty .States and countries, l'or full informatiot Attendance last session clime. Up to date four have Bhied their nd catalogue apply to L. II. M.ASTOX, J). D Chiiaccltor, Jiichmouil, Kentucky. castors into the ring, viz: O. F. Tillett, T. W. Heid, K. W. Harris and W. M. Totten. The first named is a democrat nnd the last are republicans. It has been suggested that they lay politics DANVILLE, KY. nside and run "every fellow for himself The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. and the devil take the hindmost." The indications are that a company With x full courte of study, both English and Classical. While the course ol instruction is espemen fur the Clni, it is intended at the same time to furof State guards will be sent to Pineville ciallya adapted lu prepare oun; to any who Freshman In nish liberal l.nliili cduotion desire it connection with the Academy, protect the Marlins, who were the per to A petrators of the terrible murder of a woman a few days since. The protection af- Has been established in the Home and under the personal cont.ol ef the Principal. Regular study ami ih hours under the forded murderers at the expense of the a Christian home supervision of the Principal and assistantsadvantages. restraints and government of are combined with the best educational For further particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc , address foot the bills people who are taxed to is something jwomlcrful when contrastJAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. ed with tho protection nflorded honest, peacablc and law abiding citizens. Miss Mary Logan, of Louisville, is the guest of Mies Jennie Lsckej . Miss Mattie Walker left Monday to attend school in Cincinnati. Miss Leila Bryant, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. Sarah Hemphill. Mitscs Alice Hudson and Hallie Herring leave Tuesday for school, the former to Staunton, Va., the latter to Ward's Seminary in Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Robinson and Misses Florence Hud-so- u and Maria Cook form a party to the World's fair this week. Rev. J. R Tor-creturned Saturday from tho World's Fair. Miss Lizzie Simpson, of Marks bury, is visiting Miss Lizzie Thompson Miss Delia Hughes is visiting in Louisi ville. s J THROUGH CARS TO CHICAGO. iK'--.-.. I. ii .... ,m ,, I, Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September (DlHCMIBTIAKr (DOILILIEK&IE, Hustonvillo. 2y. l able-bodie- M CENTRAL university r Centre College Academy. Home Hoarding and Training Department '; i i i : i Suffer With Rheumatism? Then it is your own fault, for a few bottles of Stockton's Antiseptic will make a permanent cure. Never fails. It kills microbes in all parts of the system. Bead our little book. Ask A. R. Penny, Stanford, for it. Do You ,. W. K. v Your account is due the 1st day of each month. IVPKINNEY BROS. Elegant New Stock of ti j ';l .1 .1 j I i i Muscular Rheumatism and Indigestion. Nashville, Tenn., March 0, ISM. Ihe Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn., Gentlemen: 1 have hud uuiBcuIar rheumatism and indigestion for a number of years nnd had lost hopes of ever finding any relief, as the moBt skilled physicians had failed in my case, but I nm happy to state your Antiseptic has made a complete cure and I do most heartily recommend it to all for Rheumatism and Indigestion. I will gladly answer all inquiries iu regard to Antiseptic. Yours respectfully, , :10 Broad street. For sale by A. R. Penny, Druggist. Batbnan-- Carpets, Mattings AT .FOR. i ? ,'l Mykiis Housk, Tcesd.vy, Skitkm-UKi- t 12.-T- he visits of that well-knospecialist, Dr. Appleman, of Chicago, are welcomed with gladness by tho nlllicted At Dew is the greatest respector of colin our city nnd surrounding county. His ore. To prove thia take pieces of j;ia8H cures here have been numerous nnd nro or boards nml paint them reil, yellow, due to his thoroughly understanding his green ami black. Kxposo them at night specialties and being able, after carefully nnd you will find that tho yellow will be examining n patient, to know jiiBt what covered with moisture, that the green treatment tho case requires. He carries will bo damp, but that the red and black nil his medicine and prepares them for will bo left perfectly dry. each case, thereby gettiug tho results Good men wouldn't go to tho 500-dathnt must follow proper treatment propwaa too 60-da- y Severance & Son :3 y Legislature because that erly prepared. long; now they are refusing to go to the legislature because that is too Poor Madeline Breckinridge Pollard Bhort. Possibly the good men all died already lindB that tho way of the trans-gresBore- Fancy Grocsnes,BrcaiCal:es, Piss Candies, Lunches, Fruits, &c, 1 is hard. Somebody is saying all the mean things that can bo said nbout her, her own sox is pecking her to pieces, Hnd evon Breckinridge appears to bo inclined to g'uo her a peck or two. If the woman in every case of this sort is not entirely bad before the case is concluded, it is because she is an entirely cood woman at heart. Glasgow Times. young and went to heaven before they were eligible to septs in the other place. Timc-B- . CALLONR.ZIMMER THE BAKER. Two harvest excursions to the West and Southwest, September ll'th und October 13th, via the L. fc N., nt one fare for the round trip; tickets good 20 days. Tho great Cherokee strip will be open for settlement at 12 o'clock noon, Sept. Kith. Any information in regard There were six hangings in South to tickets, Ac call on or address V. W. Orders for dress. Penn, T. P. A., Junction City, K. Carolina Friday. A Good Meal ai - for 25 Cts. VI 1 Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. AdR. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. . JS&gW .is. J-oL.i ?: ,v : acv r 4ftii - V.T -.- t-.fir -- ; t ifjp '- - TfS fS J? f i? h K r r i I. n t- m 1st The New Medical Practice Act. John Van, .the inventor of the Tho new law regulating tho practice Wrought Iron Range, is dead in Cincinof medicine in this State will go itito efnati. Lemuel W. Hill, county clerk of fect on the 15d day of October, next. Stanford, Ky., ScrrEMHEK 5, 1803 Madiflon, is dead. By its terms it repeals all tho old laws Yo Tambien won the Merchants' relating to this subject and annuls all Stake at Lttonia SatunWy, with Ida endorsements nnd registrations made W. P. WALTON. under them and requires that every Pickwick second. A dispatch from Washington says physician now engaged, or who may of that Congressman Breckenridgeand fam- hereafter desire to uugaire in the It would seem meant business, which it promptly attended to, you know, and wc mean what wc s.iv socially. medicine, shall obtain a i.kk.nsk ily will he cut when uc state that our prices on Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Uoots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, etc., are Bicyclist Johnson broko the world's from the State Board of Health and r'cord for a quarter of a milo at Kansas havo it registered in the comity in which City by going the. distance in HI seconds. he resides. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. This applies equally to all graduates, Kemp Kidgely, of lxniisville, has Passenger Agent whether from medical schools located in For Representative, ben appointed District of the L. & N, with headquarters at Kentucky, or elsewhere, as well as those HELM. who aro exempted from obtaining diplo-maat Louisville. because reputably and honorably Knott's presence in WashOf any and a'l competitor-;- . For Superintendent of Public Sc ool, If on ate in need of anything in our line, wc can save you money ington revived the rumor that ho will eusnged in practice in the State prior to on if he February LM, ISM. be appointed minister to Hawaii McCLARY. W. As no physician can legally practice will accept tho position. Returns from the 10th Senatorial without this license, we would respect NEWSY NOTES. district, which, it is claimed, are com- fully sucgeat that each medical GentleAnother ice company has begun plete, show that Gen. Gross has been man register during tho month of Sep tember aud save hi inself from tho annominated for the State Seuato by a buelneasin Richmond. noyance of the law. Waste no time, ladies and gcntlt-meof G4. The South Wales miners' strike has in grasping simultaneous with reading this the silver-lineopporproved a failure and G0.000 men have With his diploma or evidence us to ex All the employes of the Baltimore tunity now offe.ed, the like of which is not seen everv day by work. it Ohio railroad in Eastern Ohio and omption from obtaining it, each appli Miss Leal, a young Scotch lady, is West Virginia have been notified of a 10 cant will be required to send his age, said to have broker the bank at Monte per cent, reduction in wages, to go into post otlice address, place nl birth, total Carlo. Sho won JCGO.OOO in one hour. number of years engaged in practice effect in 30 days. Mrs. Mary R. Garland Cabell, who iu Kentucky, the school or system of One hundred and twenty persons have been killed at the grade crossings was a prominent figure in the social and medicine to which ho professes to belong Our establishment is now filling up with new goods and you can't stretch your imagination and thoughts in Chicago since the beginning of the political life of the National Capita for and the licknsk kkb or two dollaio far enough to name anything usually needed that wc havn't got. half a century, died Friday at Aroudel, Axed by the law. The Referee of the present year. Board of Health in this county is Dr Congressman Morse, of M.iesacbu-85tt- Maryland, aged 90 years. Ben Sears and John Harris, of West Steele Bailey. succeeded in having his associates From the secretary of the State Board adopt a rule preventing smoking on the Plains, Mo., two prominent church members, quarreled while returning from of Health, Dr. Bailey has received a re floor of the HouBe. During the Memphis, market season church, when the former stabbed the cent letter in which he is told that if he And we assure you that you'll receive prompt and polite attention, low prices and great big bargains at 1892-3- , will endorse on each application that he the value of the cotton handled latter, killing him instantly. of A special from New York states that has examined and veritled the appli was over $10,000,000 less than the value tho recent storms have greatly damaged cant's diploma, it will be unnecessary for of the previous season. : During the past seven days there the tobacco crops in Connecticut and the diploma to be forwarded to tho main Bowling Green. This will meet failures throughout Pennsylvania. The crop had already ofliceat were 35G business the requirements of law and save the the United States as compared with 14S) suffered greatly from drought. A. 1IRBANSKY, Dr. T. Thatcher Graves, the nlleged applicants much trouble and expense. same week last year. the The oyster beds of Long Tsland murderer of Mrs. Barnaby, committed Blank applications for license will be Tim Firm' Opinion. Sound have been seriously damaged by suicide in the jail at Denver, Saturday furnished by Dr. Bailey. Nenb. Sap. A visitor was In a Jefferson avenue -- : grower estimates night, presumably with poison, his body the recent storms. One wholesale house the other day talking FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. being found stiff and cold in his cell 2,000,000. the loes at over to u member of the firm, when a The paid admissions to the World's Monday morning. John Beck sold to W. II. Herrin a young- man passed in. Kki'Hkkscks. W. A. Slay ma All the employes of the Louisville bunch of lions at 5c. "Who Is that?" Inquired the visitor. kcr, A. G. Huffman, J. C. McCla-ry- , Fair during four months have been over The member of the firm told him. 10,000,000. Twenty per cent, additional & Nashville railroad at Evans ville, save Southdown ewes and bucks for sale. J. W. l'crin. J. W. Wallace, "Why." exclaimed thn visitor, "I St of the bonded indebtedness will be paid the operators, struck at (i o'clock Sunday Dr. C. Fowler, Stanford. John Newland, J. N. Mcncfee, E. night. It was said the order to strike mules. thought his parents were rich." during September. For Sale.-fT- en G. Waller, Win. Rice. W. C. Ab"They nre." Fox Hunters' Associa- originated at Evansville, but no one O. A. Redd. Sr , Crab Orchard. A National bey, T. . Meals, 11. K. Wearer., "And can't ho live without work- tion has been organized at Lexington seemed to know the source. Joseph Coffev sold to Jones, of Ca- lug'."' W. G. Raney. A. J. Knrjj. A train on the St. Louis aud San sey, a bunch of fat cattle at 2c. "Well, if he can't," replied his with a charter membership of 100, which with a significant stnilc, "ho iH expected to be increased to 500 by the Francisco railroad was held up by highG. B. Bunett sold to William More-lanI'.very one guaranteed. Special can come about as near to It as anywaymen in Kansas Sunday morning. eight 250 pound hogs at 4.90. time of the first meet. inducements now offered. of three million buBh-el- s The express messenger was shot dead. has body wc ever hud iu the store." DeThe shipment John Hubble, of McKinney, troit Free Press. of coal out of the Kanawha South is Being unable to open the safe, the out- rented the I'd Young farm for next year. I'olltlrul llronumy Marie liny. creating a feeling of uneasiness ainonn laws robbed the passengers of money and Silas Andernon sold to John Adams, H. WEAREN & CO. The recent scarcity of gold in the Pittsburg coal men, who, as yet, are un- jewelry and escaped. a voko of oxen for ?j0 and a horso for United Mates treasury has naturally The report that Senator Blackburn able to ship anything. 40 led to much discussion of mouotary 'J:0i)J. Ashland Coal was inclined to take up Mrs. Luke BlackHo question.H. The furnaces of the Directum's record is now "Now," mi id one disputant, "supposandiron Corupanj'. which have been in burn's alleged grievance against . Con- - reduced it at Fleetwood Bark, N Y. ... .. ing I borrowed five dollars from you; operation constantly for 124 years past. gressmHn w. u. P. Ureeninriuge is in Saturday. have closed down. One hundred men correct. The Senior Kentucky Senator Mrs. Sallio Shipman has sold her that would represent capital, wouldn't it?" will be Mr. Breckinridge's leading counplace, J mile from Shelby City, to Win. are thrown out of employment. want to reduce my large stock of Watches Clocks and Jewelry, "Yes." The State of Kentucky is confronted sel in thesuit brought by Miss Pollard. Burke for $2,500. "But supposing after uwhlle you and offer them at prices never so low. Call and examine the stock. by a condition that may necessitate a M.F. Herrinu has rented of Dick wanted to get it back" It is believed that if an early vote Ladies' watches former price $50 now S.OOo,-Ladies- ' suspension of payment of all other could he had in the Senate on the bill to Iogan his farm on Rush Branch pike "That would represent labor." ChiMr. cago Evening Post. order to meet the school-funpossession Oct. 1 watches former price S3 5 now S27.00; claims in repeal the purchasing clause of the Sher- and will take Ladies' watches former price .25 now Si 7.50. indebtedness of SSOO,000, due Oct. 1. man act it would be passed by a majori- Logan and family will move to his faI.ltrrully Interpreted. "Mary, did you not hear me when 'I At tho Lexington Fair, Thursday, ty of nearly two to one. With the silver ther's, Dr. P. W. lagan's. called?" inquired a young housewife of Solid Silver Spoons, Mated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the some one cried out that the amphithea- Senators talking against time, there is Jas. Redman, of near South and implanted 12 acres of Irish potatoes. a somewhat tre was breaking down. A panic ensued little prospect of a vote being reached : : suveral pereous wero hurt. SDOll. acre. Sold pudent cook. in which Result, 200 bushels to the "Yes mum," replied tho cook. Two ladies jumped from thejipper deck 45c a bushel; S'.X) per A special from Charleston, W. Va , and delivered at "Then why did you not nnswer me?" This sale will be made for CASH. Hring the money along with you. of the stand and each had an arm brostates that the enemies of Congressman acre better than cotton, sugar or tobac "Shure, mum. It was only last Thursken. day that you said if I answered you Wilson, the democratic leader of the co. woodfonl fciiti. W. A.Tribble's mare won the blue back again you'd discharge me. It wus The match race at Sheepshead Bay House, are already preparing to oppose between J. K. and Foxhall Keune's Fu- him at next year's election, Hon. S. W. tie in the combined ring at Lexington only trying to follow your orders I 11. kinc;. Cl'OKOK H. I'KKWITT. turity winner, Domino, ami Richard Walker being named as tho probable and took in the 50 premium for her wus." N. Y. Herald. llifi Sclrntlllr Slilr. Croker's great colt, Dobbius, resulted in contestant. It is said that all of Senator owner. She was shown by Doc Drye, Young Lady Why do I get so nera dead heat. Mr. Keene would not Faulkner's influence will he thrown of Hnstonville, one of the best young vous when I play before an audience? agree to run the race over ami ine against Mr. Wilson. horsemen in the State. Prof. Von Thumpp Sympathy anil MORELAND, KY., judges declared all betB ofl. Mr. J. K. Farris has the moat promOne person was killed and 44 were magnetism, my tear young lady; mind . We have opened up a nice line ol crematory at Fresh Pond, L. injured on the electric cars on Walnut ising yearling etallionlwe have seen. II e acting on mind, you know. At tho I.. 1,010 corpses have been burnpd (150 Hills in Cincinnati Sunday night. The is by Eagle Bird and out of the great "I don't see how." Dry "Eet ees very simple oft" expla nation. men, -- 70 women, 53 boys and 35 girls. brakes on ono of the cars became un- brood mare, Mollie Mounce. Mr. FarDo nervousness and restlessness und j Of these persons 510 were Germans, 1135 manageable and the car dashed at fear- ris has all along predicted a brilliant fuweariness oft" de pontpany affects your- and the ful velocity native Americans, 34 English down the hill. It Anally ture for Eagle Bird and showed his faith selfs."X. Y. Weekly. We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get There are 15 jumped the track and to rest from other countries. . crashed into a sa- in him bv breedini! his best mares the most lor the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, IIhi-il.urk. crematories in tho United States. loon building. The car was reduced to him. Roger, njjed six. had been fishing with which enables us to make very low prices. Salt 7 bu Si 50. Montana is to have but one Senator splinters and of the 45 passengers aboard W. B. Kidd shipped this week for his father the day before, and n friend Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. Wc will save you until the State Legislature meets in not one escaped injury. Lehman Bros , 512 export cattle, average of the family asked him what luck they money. will wxioht i.jim; lbs., the averago cost of had had January, 1893. Governor Richards a uwpaicn irom isuua 03rWe are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. neither appoint nor will he call a special A terrible tragedy occurred ream says which waB 4.19. Among them were the replied, "wo didn't have "Well." in a village following purchased in this county 70 very goodheluck. We have 11 yearlin Southdown Sticks and iS "lhick Lambs, nil Legislature for the purThe first place wo session of the near here. A young man at a ball, exWill Gray. :$2 from J. A. went to the man wasn't homo and tho thoroughbred, for .sale of electing. Come to think about X. P. and pose asperated because his attentions to a rom Nash; :i2 from Jas and E. A. God and other two places the man said ho it, Montaua oughtn't to have but one young lady had been slighted, imagined hadn't more'n enough for his own fam4S from It. P. Taylor. Winchester Demsenator. that if he inherited his father's lame esily." Life. devasLater reports from the legion ociat. tates ho would be an acceptable UN "Tiii-i- i Out." W. B. Kidd has purchased the foltated by last Sunday's cyclone show tho Accordingly he returned to his suitor. Clerkley Isn't this earlier than your father's lowing cattle to be token in a week or loss of life has been greatly underesti- house aud killed his parents, 10 OVER THE who were ten days: Of E.O. Dcoley OS; of Nelson usual time for going home? mated. A special to the Courier-JournHarlcley Ys, but my wifu said if I in bed asleep. With a hatchet he then Mason" 25; of Henry Williams, weight came out by the 3:45 she'd meet mo from Yemassee, S. C, states that the sea islands murdered his six young brothers and about 1,150 and cost4lc. Ho also bought with the carriage. number of lives lost on the sisters. Then he returned to the ball in Montgoiueryjcounty (51 of Cp.s "I didn't know you kept a horse und !. off the South Carolina coast will foot up and danced the remainder of the niuht. W. W. H. l'rewitt, weight carriage." 0l) and possibly 1,000. Much suffering 0--The next day he was arrested upon sus- 1 500 lb., at ......-"Hr-"Er or it's a baby and carriage." the same price; also of J. irreported, . Gov, Matthowe, of Indiana, is de picion, Ho confessed the crime after D. Gay 15 and Geo. Anderaou W of same Tloston Globe. two da vs. Kll.w What Me "Wuntrd. termined fo BUppfcea prize hunting at weight at lie Winchester Democrat. Mrs. Luke P. Blackburn is naturally 13. I. TiUiUrrhust Whon you advertised ordered six companies Woods' Eagle Roby, and ho has As we predicted, boy, odd of State militia to be in marching order very mad at Congressman Breckinridge. Bird got first money in tho J5C0 saddle for au otlice add: wasn't it :i tritlo pre "An Icelander for you to Monday next. A light is advertised for She Htates that he introduced Miss Pol- stallion stake at the Lexington rair. ferred?" Monday night and Gov. Matthews pro- lard to her us his fiance, placed her un Gay Bros.' Highland Denmark was (iildersleeve Not at all. I read tho arena with his der her cuaperonage and requested her poses to surround the nnd King Chester, owned by George other day that Icelanders never whistle. Mrs. F. Anderson, of Boyle, third. There troops and Hrrtst eviry one connected kindest consideration of her. Ilrooklyji Life. Blackburn, entirely unconscious of the was no fourth money. Eagle Bird's vicfight. with the . Comforting Tlninilil for Mini. Col. J.W. F. Ilughce, tne Kansjs relations existing between the two, ac- tory at the Lexington Fair places him Do you realty love Mr. Secondwed vindication cepted the charge, permitted Miss militia officer who sought he ond doubt the greatest saddle FROM me, then, dearest? to share all tho tocial recognition of tho day and that Mr Woods has Mrs. Second wed Ah, how much you Bt tho hands of a court martial, has been LOUISVILLE OR CINCINNATI. found guilty as charged" and sentenced she herself received and even invited a treasure in him .'goes without saying. can never know. You cannot underDOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE my to 30 days in jail aud a tine of $200. Ho her to aecimpuiy herself and Mrs. Zine He has wou over SHOO in premiums, stand how closely ypu resemble RecINCkUOI who refused to expel tho to the.Spring. Mrs. Blackburn was in- which is, we think, pretty good for a poor dear first husband. Chicago wastheotlker Pullman Vestibule Sleeping and Buffet Parlor Cars, ord. republican members of the Kansas dignant beyond expression whnn the horse that had never before been bIiowii ir?nt MivlitK ir l.t'Htlier. Only Route Through tho Indiana House when they barricaded themselves disclosure made by tho suit appeared in in a fair ring. Mr. Woods informs us Little Dick Papa, didn't you tell papers. In her letter to Gen. Duke that Eagle Bird will be shown at Bards-tow- n the Natural Gas Belt. in the Capitol last January. mamma we must economise? Tho Chicago limited express for she freely expressed her deep senso of this week, after which ho will be Papa -- I did, mv son. THROUGH TICKETS THCtt UNt J AND THtlR CONhtCTIOM ItCUBLO Boston went through a bridge on the wrong aud outrage aud characterized the brought home for a rest. Quite a numLittle Dick Well, I was thinkin' AT THE PWNCIHL TICXCT OfriCM Of and Albany railroad, near Ches- conduct of Col. Breckinridge in the ber of offerd have been made to take that mchby if you'd get mo a pony I eOUIHIR kAHWAtl. Boston . For fFrcuL information hi rigaro to rati ao ter Mass Fourteen persona were killed, strongest terms she could command. him to the. World'e Fair and the St. wouldn't wear out so many shoes. CtWhlD DITAIK COhCEfcMNQ THX fatally injured SheconcIuJed With tho declaration that Louis Fair, hut he is not yet decided Good News. SERVICE, rirt.e Army in pcmon or er utur en eeveral wero probably TIltCRAU TO IITMIR Or THt fOUOWIMJI Ciiu for CiiriKrutulutloii. and about 20 others were badly hurt. were her husband alive ho would hold about letting him go. Eigle Bird is by R. H. liCrT, SoiJjrn P.x'r jftt, - JiSHYIttl TCTf. Chappie I Bay, fj ovehnah, I've got a .' 1. villi m f r.m R. THiWrSiii S f Tuobridgo was weak and was being Breckinridge personally accountable for tho great'King Eagle and his flret dam beastly cold Id by head. trTiir.rnv r del m& w As .VV4 .MnWfi. nr.rt Puhu'rl.t - MDISTIOI,' IT. r 1 jtav w strengthened, tho workmen being at tlie inilmnlty nnd insult she had been J is by Star Eagle, which was the begt . f. . His Father Thank Heaven, there's au.iiii.1 wwni mvr mat. .V.ovj ?n' .0 j. offered. v son of Cabbell'e Lexington. dinner when the accident occurred. something in it at last! Truth. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal That jloh Saturday Night OB S PAGES piac-lico- HARVEY s Simply Out of Sight d Kx-Go- F. mi-or- ity ALMC )ST ANYTHING. X.OIVG s, DO NOT DELAY, BUT COME, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Proprietor. well-drvsM'd VAPOR STOVES. - nice2-yearol- d nil-ploy- d W. ... 1 Great Clearance Sale. 1 d Elk-hor- quick-tempere- d SAME SWEEPING REDUCTION. 11 jKING & PREWITT. I I Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, I j , j I - KISTG A aPIRSWITT. The World's Fair Route froi the South j .".15 Pennsylvania SHORT LINES I'rew-ittand45- J?SM mm Mitels Bee-on- d Pol-lur- d bt.il-lio- n WM Mk &r VIA CAN BC AN FIRST-CLAS- S I .1 . .77 Jlt iv I mvi-'i- . Vl ',yiW5fc; zt&mJElti,-- r xmt.i &-- . . ... .x .'J3.vt'...J.MPr'A .. Jit VWlEf ift wA.1 'jJt At itoUfr.'t .,'i;.rtfeJ &J&rJ!i AU .! fc.''..ty afafctS. fe- t -- 'lA'&tii.4JLrjLi .-- Kv j. o Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Full stock of school Walnut nud hooka and school Just tako a glance at those elegant wedding presents in the window Dnnks, thojoweler. of Bro. Cockrell Didn't Run. supplies at W. II. MoUoborts'. Hustonvillk, Sept. (Kditor Interior Jou ..ai.j 3 In tho Huston-vill- e oak eight day clocks column of your last issue I notice Stanford, Ky., Seitemiikk Ii, 1893 $2 60; nicklo alnrms 76c; everything in Little Bun Helm celebrated his ninth an item calculated to cast reproach up-- ' Danks, the birthday Friday and had ijuito a number on tho character of nn honorable gentlemy lino in proportion. ' of his young friends with him to enjoy man. Hev. II. H. Cockrill was witli mo Jewoler. Sco big ad. E. C, Walton, Business Manager tho good things that had been prepared in a protracted meeting at tho Moreland A. F. McGinnis was arrested Saturday for the occasion. Methodist church for two weeks. Duby Constable Joe A. Shannon for shootring the time there was some disturbMEANS IU8IHES8. ing at Win. and Cap Akin with intent to With tho honorable exception of our ance. Mr. Cockrill rebuked the oflend-er- s nndschoot Biip kill. His examining trial is set for to- Lancaster scribe, our correspondents Buv your school books in severe terms on several occasions day. us this time. Wo will not inako any plies oi nil kinds at A. 11. 1'onny's. and expressed tho wish that they be arif they don't make dp for Everything has a Silver lining, so we now conic to break the recWatchks, clocks Tintl jewelry repaired Wk would Mill, attention to A. H. Pen threats, but rested If nece&eary. Some of these young Friday's papsr, woo bo unto n Bpuciiilty, ny losttimoin ord and to give you a few prioes unheard of. J31azer Suits worth anil warranted. Engravim b clearance sale oi waicnra, ciockb, men were arrested latr and their trial 'at A. U. Tunny's. silverware and everything in the jewel- them. appointed for Tuesday afternoon. Mr. S7.50 reduced to S4.50; Spring an J Fall Wraps woJth $$ reduced to Tiik soda water syrups at A. K. IVn-n- y' ry line. Now is the time to buy at $2. 50, one lot of French Ginghams worth 25c now 15c; one lot worth Tiik Female College opens its doors Cockrill was notified by tho constable or n umdo with puro fruit jukes and now 8J3C; one lot worth 35c now 20c; one lot of Printed Dimislaughter prices for cash. this morning for another session of 40 that his presence was desired as a wit- 15c, nro delightful. Try them. ties worth 25c now 15c. Ladies' tan Oxfords worth $2.50 now JS1.75; Splendidly equipped and with ness. He promised to attend, but MonWk have just opened the (lrst ship- weekB. Some odds and ends of an excellent corps of teachers, there is day night after the services were dis all ladies' Oxfords reduced and must go. PERSONAL POINTS. ment of dress goods, consisting of Hen missed he was handed a letter from his gentlemen's Shoes must go if they don't bring 50c on the dollar. no reason to believe otherwise than that J. H. Faiiuis, of Lexington, was hero riettas, Serges, Flannels, Hop Sackings it will bo tho beginning of another suc- brother, which demanded his departure Gents' light Clothing to go at your own price. and Habit Cloths. Full lino of Silk Sunday. well known and as soon as possible. As Ida only chance cessful year at that Mn. J. K. JJnuor. left yesterday for the Velvets. Severance A Son. before .1 o'clock next day was an early grand old institution of learning. World's Fair. morning train from Junction City, I All accounts p.ist ilue must now he Mu. Elijah Witiikimi, of Cincin ati, settled. I will not wait any longer. If Tin: following Washington dispatch conveyed him to that station. When I ws here yesterday. returned that morning I was told that Will be nothing to compare with ours in this sale, and then you can you can't pay promptly at the end of six appeared in yesterday's Courier-Journaselect what you want Don't fail to see Giuson and family mouths, I don't want your name on my "The recommendation ol Mr. Benjamin there was talk of arresting him on acIUv. John Hkll boarding nt Mrs. Kato Dndderar's. Alford for Surveyor of the Port of Louis- count of thu objectionable character of are hooks. J. K. VanArsdaln. ville, vico D. H. Collier, resigned, has sumo of his rebukes. Now, it is suggest Jambs Cobiiy, of Minnesota, waH the Tiikkk will bo a grand band concert at cone from the Treasury to tho White ed by your correspondent that ho heard guest of his cousin, Mrs. Fannie Green. MiBsSuKflKNTRY.of Danville, is the Liunietta Springs Friday afternoon by House. Tho nomination from tho pres- of this rumor aud fled from tho possible This arrest. To his credit I can say that I am Our Lace Curtains, our Gents' Furnishing Goods, etc. Don't go to Kiiestof Miss Lillian Tanner, at McKin-ney- . the Uniformed Stanford Gold Hand. A ident is expected splendid supper and an elegant hop will looks as if our entry, Col. W. G. Welch, sure he had not heard a word of it, nor the auction and stay all day when you can come here and get what, is left out in tho cold, but wo sincerely had I until late in the day after his Mn. W. 0. Myki has entirely recov follow. All are cordially invited. you want for less money and go home. Come try it. hope tho nous is too bad to ho true. ered from his severe sjll of typhoid Had he known of this affair I With the money raised by him for fever. to Mr. Sam Wharton, Hev. W. E. Arnold is Deputy Sheriffs belieye he would resisted the call alFoil Sakk Kkkpi.no. Mits. T. S. Fakkis and sonf Carroll leave when he did, although it was having n nice cottage built to replace the Hall and Sussen, of Hell county, placed Held, of tancaater, are visiting Mrs. II. one burned some time ago. Mr. J. A. in jail hero Sunday for safe keeping Hob most compulsory. To run is against his I believe him to bo a brave man F. llout Allen is foreman of the carpenters em- and George Marlin. The former is nature. Miui. J. K. Faiiuis and grand daughter, on the of stainless character. It is not my part ployed to do the work. charged with firing into the train little Josephlno Keller, aro visiting in to defend his actions that have been obbelt line and killing Mrs. Mary Howling, Danville. Wk havo tho finest line of kid gloves jected to, as he is not on trial; I write In Square or round top, zinc or canvas; while tho latter Marlin is held as a Mrs. K. H. Jo.susand son Lewis hae ever oilered in Stanford. Tho Lu Hon simply to set things right. If you will witness against his hrother. They are n publish this you will confer a favor. returned from a vIbU to her children at Ton, Foster Hook Suede, Paragon and bad looking pair. Yesterday's C.-- conWm. D. Wkliiukn, Hiawit. All in dressed and undressed ,linevillo. efstating that another was down lost week and in the new shades of tans, browns, tains a telegram Mu. II. 0. Pastor in charge. made to take them from fort had And to see his daughter, Mrs. Dr. 11. It. modes, greys, whites, blacks, jail hut wbb after tho prisoners bad been A D. railroad has issued a The C. II. Ac. Hughes A Tate. HouriKn. slipped out for the purWMj of sending handsome panoramic view, five feetloDg, W.H. Ubady lain IxmlsriUu nnd Mr. It looks to u as if tho lomi should them here. In of Chicago and the World's Fair, show(!. G. Wlno la running his bimiiiw Mop that bat shooting on Main street, . his absencw. Mr. Thomas G. Nunnelley, ing relative heights of tho principal In canvas, rubber or leather. of the collector's which has been carried on a good ileal who has for a week been in eearch of buildings, etc. Also a handsome photoMim Mary Varmon, lately. It is dangerous in the first place ollko at Kichmond, spent Sunday at huckboard, graphic album of the Wotld's Fair buildand secondly it is not becoming for a Mr. M. F. Klkin's horse and her home here. returned yesterday, bringing tho good ings, vither of which will be Bent to any town of Stanford's size to permit its Mkb. Ko OArvresTKii, of HiiBtonville, news that ho had found both Mr. Klkin's ad Jress, post paid, ou receipt of 10 cts. treat- principal thoroughfares to be used as a and Mr. J. P. Hailey's horses and the for- - in stamps. Address I). G. Edwards, is here under l)r. J. G. Carpenter's hunting ground. ment for catarrh. uier'a "huckboard. Livingston, Tenn., General Passenger Agent World's Fair : Mn inii Mu. William Waiikiin, of Danvillk is, as wo have heretofore was tho point he tracked them to and Koute. 200 W. 1th street, Cincinnati, O. Danville, were with Mr. K. 0. Warren stated, the greatest circus town in the there they were found. A white man NKW ADVERTISEHKNTS. and family Friday. country. A half dozen or so have stretch- anil woman, who refused to give their Clocks, 2.50. Nickel Arlarm Clocks'75c Walnut anc Oak Eight-DaMb. J. M. McUoimms Jr. has return- ed their tents there this year and on the names, and who it was claimed brought Prices knocked silly on Mrs. J ed from a vlHit;to his daughter, of this month Hingling Hros.' great theiu there, were arieeted nnd are now It. Mount, at Lnj range. circus and menagerie will do likewise. In jail. The horses are still at Livings has taken the agency It is useless to add that the Danville peo- ton, but will be brought hero as soon as A 0. JM.MCO, TENNESSEE, His ple are happy for the I'lymouth Hock Pants Co. arrangements can be tm'de. Tho parProp. afllce is hi the Carpenter House. ties arrested claim that their homes are Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Tiik K. O. Gkttimi Dam.kkous. Mkb. Nannie Ukntiiy, wlio has Iwen in Washington county, this State. And anything in my line. Don't forget the place, Hargrove,,aged '2(1 years, colored, visiting her brother, Mr. C. K. Gentry, George The best hotrl in the city and the only one with sat down on tho track at White Station Tkk following was found posted on attention rtvmi for drummm has returned to her home at D.invillw. Katei it. tv the traveling pub.n and family and the train ran over his arm. It was the walls of the Stanford jail. Mits. Katk Dimidxhak ampntated at the shoulder. George M. The meeting of Congress called this, have moved into her house on Ijtiieaater has adopted F. M Phelps, a voung colored boy, was run the 1st day of Sept. 1SW Come and get the best goods for the least money, and bring the cash MRS. F. IXJNN, street, recently vacated hy Mr. over on Tuesday about four miles from tlw following rules within tho precincta with you. nley. K. railroad and lost of this jail, viz: TEACHER of VOICE CULTURE, MinumKva Btki.kii, of Crab Orchard, this citv. on the legs, subsequently dyiug. Itich Hule 1. Noon allowed io use tho Lord's and Florence Hibb, of McKlnney, Iiimv both A.TD 1'IANO. mom! Hegister. name In vain. The penalty of this crime matriculated as boarding pupils hi StanSlANl'OKl), KENTUCKY. shall Ik? that the guilty one, if convicted ford Female College. Tiik fair association did not pay out by it fair and just trial, shall get down Chorus and Sight-Readin- g Stanford, Gen. Thou. W G. Welch, of but it dlil not miss it very far. Treasur- on his knees and ask the Lord to forgive Free. Gilkerhon, of , Harris anil James II. er W. F. McClnry is now dibbursing the him in the presence of all. Suwicn commences Sept 6, liut pupils can enter Crab Orcliard, are in the city Washin im time goes to each stockhold money and 2. "No spitting on the floor. Any one ton Special to Courier-Journaa nan sunning ior me violating vr 'iiiBisnoi this rule shall HuUer the penMks Lizik Hollinswoktii, of Knox dull times and thn-o- who thought when alties prescribed by the juJgo. ! ville, speut a few hi us with her cousin. they paid in their f 10 stock that at le.ts t Ii. No card playing in this jail. The Mrs. K 0. Walton, on her return from a half of if would bo lost are now rejoiced OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. penalty shall be from to t hours in the visit to her old honm nt l.ancir. to know that tlroy are out ouly 7;i cents. cell, according to the decision of the Mimes Katik ash Sorhiic Alcorn, of Would At admUlMrjtor of I" I. Shipmjr.,.lccemeJ, it not he a good idea to make the Call and see them before buying. will on Every thing in the grocery line Stanford, are visiting their grandfather, a permanent orgauiza for sale cheap. I. No exposure of persou outside of of fir Miss Ixin Menefee, Judge Kendrick Ucxi. 9II1, 1893, private cell. The penalty shall be from .Stanford, Is visiting Mr. John FrazicrV 6 to li" lAsheeor from to 5 hours in cell Heporter. family. Somerset Hon Dams will keep his name before At hit lilt residence in Lincoln county, one half Miss Maiiuyk Coiikn, who hss been the public in uuo way or the other. as decided by the judge. mile from Shelby City on the Itusionvtlle pike ,". No unnecessary noise in jail, such tell to the highest bidder, all hit personal properthe Ruest of her cousin, Mies Xora Here it Is again. Prof. H Lee Davis, ty contistlne d Moreland, has returno to her homo at principal of the public school at Valley as louti talking and running around. 7 Alderny mill, cows, sooJ Lurtfy hori, i year old maie broke to drive, r good stock hoj,'s, AlVersailles, much to the regret of several View, had u novel and exciting experi Penalty SBine as above. Mderii) heifer calves t bull calf, derny bull, t(. Visitors must bo treated with utof this place. buckboard, flop buggy, a sws of buggy of the young men ence lan rrniiiy uigiu, which came stack of hay, S or 10 barrels ot old corn, Miss Vihuinia How man, ii handsome near costing him his life. He went to most politeness. Hunt penalty shall he about f acres of ecru in the field and attractive young lady from Stanford, the country to make a call, nnd returning mine as alove. 7. No disturbance during prayer. Household & Kitchen Furniture. who has been the guest for a few days of at o'elocl:, he up stairs to his Penalty Kline. b Hurgin, Sale to begin promptly at 10 A M. Ms. Dudley llowinan, near room where, unknown to htm, his laud Is Keceiving His NOTICE. hand, turns over 'lenns Under Jio cash itedMrs John L. Cabell on Main street. l.uly had placed Col. Doc Kubanks, the $i 6u day credit nrgctiahle rote The above rules must be strictly W I). WI'ATHKKKOKD HarroJsburg Democrat. noted Kdhtern Kontocky log detective, : : Administrator W. G. Hanky and family left yes- who had come in on the late train. Dis- obeyed by everyone inside of this jail Mn as a everyone who shall come in terday for Danville, where they will robing in the dark, Prof. Davis hung his and Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. prisoner. Visitors excepted. in the future. Stanford can ill af- trousers on tho Kubanks was Kxecuted and signed this, tho 1st day ford to give up such good citizens and awakened hy a noise and supposing a general regret that she has burglar was in the act of looting his of September, ISM. Hy order of Conthere Is a been compelled to do so in this case. pockets ho sprang up and seized a pistol gress. I ill rent at public auction 0:1 the rcmites, a W. 11. Smith, Ch'mn and Judge. of Pub- aud was in the act of sending n bullet mile Kjst of Crab Orcliard, on Ot'ii elllcient Superintendent Officer. Geo. Git aihi, lic Schools, Mr. John L. Anderson, was into the supposed thug wken an excla 16, 1893, in the State to mation from the professor stayed his the llrst commissioner DEATH'S DOINGS; My Karm of The professor says ho will do his tile, his report on the now blanks with hand. Mrs. F.S.Pollitt died at her homo Superintendent Kd Porter Thompson, of minting hereafter by daylight. Hegisin Mason county, last week. She was 150 ACRES OF FINE LAND, Frankfort. Wo congratulate the conn- - ter. here and was an excellent ty on having the services af one so com lias In v No Stkikk. After u conference with woman. Her maiden name was Miss andijootl state of cultivation and is brick residence New stock, styles and shades. petent. Heconl Homestead. well watered, other K.d buildings if the boure acd cultivating land (riven 1'otMHslon .milliioiskk, oi iwur- - the Louisville .1 Nashville management Kiiinm Goggin and she was married to as soon as rented. There ait aj acres in meadow, Misses Si'K Satin-daMr. Pollitt during his pastorate of tho j for small grain a; for corn and 70 in vllle, Pa., Lucy A. Johns, of Van W ert, in Louisville, beginning at 2 r. m. Note on ia month's tine, well en uml timothi S '! that night, tho Methodist church heio. and lasting until Inez Abernathy, of Warren, Ark., dorsed will be rf. lulled. At the tamo time nnif (), place I uill sell o head ol llnr.e Mock, consisting of Hillsboro, N. committee lopresenting the employes of BiulJoflopbine Forrest, ol a brood marc, large t.inuly horse 11 hands, CHURCH AFFAIRS. old marc by Marl. '1 ime, safe ami cttiille, 0 , all teachers of the Stanford Female the road decided against a strike. The Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, IleninarU, uridine mare Hev. J II. Julian Av ill begin a pro- coltfil to Oarner's sesBion, hayo nrrived and agreement reached was to tho eflect that College this by same, ueanlinf; horse colt by Slher himes, dam by Judge Kiior andniit of a I'rituc Landreth's Garden Seed at will begin their duties this morning. the company's oflicials will again confer tracted meeting at McKinney next SunMbert mare, pair ofood orl. mules, i;'g hands N Virginia Jackson, of Illutl City, with the committee December 1, when, day. Ho will be assisted by Hev. A. V. high, 6 milk coas, weanling calves, 3 ratling Miss ter, j yearllni; beifer, i.ooj pound fredr, Tonn., also of the faculty, will urrive if the btiHinesa of the road shall have in Sizemore. o)oung ewes, in arly full stock southdown, creased sulllciontly to justify it, tho le- at Hondout, well bred .Soiitlulo n llucls, t, hos, a sows ami Ground has been broken thia morning pitfs, lot first class old corn, 30 stacks nice timothy New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. ductiou will be withdrawn nnd the old N. Y., for a new memorial church of tho lia) , 30 acre torn In field, strw rick, lard, bacon, tanning implements, lonslstini; of 2 VICINITY. rate of wagea restored. TIip hows is glad Gould family. This is tho native village wagnns.onc ticw, whiat drill, smoothing harCITY AND a Oibb s turning plows, new set tidings indeed to thousands. Had the of Jay Gould. The cost of the church, row, waiting. wagon harness, carilatie, stands Youn account is ripe,' ready and men precipitated such a calustrophu as a which is to havo a seating capacity of bees and no honey family this ear, Targe lot vt taken of call aud settle. W. II. Wear- Please household and kitcVcn furniture, ne.w Upright strike just as the country wua emerging 1,500, will be about $200,000. 1'iano, wardrobes, Domestic sewing machine, en it Co. from a period of almost unprecedented Tho Hev. Elijah Kellogg, whose cooking ttoxe, new 'inlng ro:m aud cooking stove and many other articles too numerous 10 mention c& ready depression, they could not havo hoped Tkkms All sums of Jio and under cash; over Youn account has been duo and "Sparticus to the Gladiators" has been and settle by cash for an endorsement hy the public. In bo many schoolboys' favorite declama- that amount u months' time 011 good negotiable since July 1st. Call Ofnce and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st'.; wareroom, paint notes, with 6 per cent interest recognizing tho unusual circumstances tion for moiiy years, ia still preaching on This sale and renting is made preparatory to or note. A. K. Penny. boeaking up house keeping and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. r of tho aitustion, nnd in exhibiting so fair Sundays in his church at Harpawell, Mo. Call en II. ( Cover, near Milledgeville, for owo ua and you must pay, Wo and commendable n spirit of concession, further Information Vou Ho has passed his 80th birthday. MRS. M A. SINGLETOV. or no miiHt have our money, hard times they have now placed themselves In an Crab Orchard, Ky. uros IrniM times. Mckmney Impregnable position. With a return of The daily papers say that tho little I offer six STSign Work, artistic and plain.-- ! runnim? A specialty. We guarantee is eocn expected in President kfrom 10 tofor tale privatelysell onefarms, all. zco acres. Will or Half S int. Puns bred Plymouth Hock prosperity their chums will havo a uni uvent that i? work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. balance on long- time with I .,.ti.... r Mm finest snecimens. Males versal backing', the responsibility resting Cleveland's family will occur at the cash, Correspondence solicited. 6 per cent inter est. CAMPBELL & AUSTIN", Stanford, Ky White House. with tho company to fulfill its pledges. G.GOVLIt.flllledgeville, Ky. eta. each. W. W. Lyon, Hustonville. foi-got EASING UP. 3 EVERYBODY CHEERFUL. BANKS RESUMING. CROPS GOOD. AUCTION : PRICES l: Our : Remnant : Counter, HUGHES & TATK J. Kui-lk- In-'e- n VA1LI,3ilMS3 H. d, Foi-Nit- TELESCOPES B J. McRPBERTS. y CYCLONE REDUCTIONS! THo Florezica EEotol, i Watches, Clocks, Sterling and Plated Silverware, Spectacles, Kip-ci- al J. Danks, The Jeweler, THE BEST MADX. t Class Class. BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, itf-l- l. ) Administrator's Sale WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. 1 1 Saturday, Sept. I 1 1 4 1 4 1 rat-ncs- t, 1 G twfauttH gi$ifto?A AND 1 tip-toe- 111 St-.- d FALL WINTER GOODS. io-sid- e bed-pos- t. Public Sale and Renting SEASONABLE GOODS. S: Saturday, Sept. WALL FAFEE ALABASTINE well-know- n y blue-gra- ss 1 Carriage and Decorative Paints for Buggies and Household use. 111 1 1 1 Bo MoiffiBE)MTS ATTSTHT, Fro'rs, 1 1 corn-hellc- r, 1 15 1 NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL w - .i House Painting and Paper Hanging v 4)-t- d 11, 50 . . . I,'" . . r- - .:. ., vl- J" lf - '' . fl :v ttv ,rH , ' i:s V. ,1 . 1 'I '1 TO "U w , ,u Semi-Week- ly Interior Journl Published Every Tuesday and Friday -- at2 PJEK YlCA.lt IN" uX VA.NO30 notsopaid S2.50 will be charged." K.C. 'V at 5tao LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returnlrg p.m. L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North..... South....... ' ' Express train " South r. North....... Local Freight North. ,.ti The latter traina aUo carry passengers. Tha above if calculated on standard time. me is about o minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. soum ... ., n 51 pn ...3jjara a ..9 30 p m ...1 07 7 pm ...113 pm u SoUr Trains pass Junction City as follows: No. 1 , Vestibule Limited, 11.50 ft. m.; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, .5.- - m.; o. 3;i Express. 11 17 a. m ; No. 7., Local, New Orleans is. u p.m.; No. o.,HlueGrass Vestibule, 8.40 p. WSouth-bound.- " 4 -- No. 6.48 Norlh-boun, Vestibule Limited, m. ; No. p. m. ; No. fast Mail, a.53. p. Local, 6 , Chlga-g- o ', j.js Limited, .i; a. m.. No. 8., No. 10, Hlue Grass Special, 6 a m. 4- D. S. New Fracture) for Surgeons. W. G1VENS Tho cyclist had just got tho best ol Hnrklns found Snooicr stamlinp at The undersigned hae for sale so Southdown At the well. known old stand ol J, 11. Green, in Is a Candidate for Btoro tlio a tremendous raco by a foot, nftct ject to the action olCounty Judge of Lincoln, sub- Ewes and o llucks imported and bred by tho door of a lnrgo the Democracy. Cecil, of llojlc. No finei or better bred Sheep Hustonvillo, - - Kentucky, other day, with a deep bcowl on his which ho had fallen off his machine, in ino state. dead beat, and lay to all appearance face. Would be clad to see his numerous friend and IIENKUICT&COOPKR. ,a O. dead. Stanford, Ky. show them his stock of goods consisting of Furni- "What's tho matter, Snooper?" ' ture. Saddlery, Hardware, Ilugglei and Farming "Oh! I hopo thero is nothing serious "Confound this rainl" Implements. Uiv. him a calf. la candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of 4 matter," remarked one fair specta- the Democratic party. He would appreciate your "I won't hurt you. Run for a car." tho to vote. another; "I wonder what it can me, but my wife is o tor "It won't hurt be?" will sell Millinery the store." Ttx-Py- r. JOHN M. JOHNSON "I think I know," replied her friend, all right. Sho's dry there. "That's with superior knowledge "I expect Is a Candicate for Assessor of Lincoln county AT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES The Spj Taxes are now past due and wilt be She can wait until the rain is over." collected in the Sheriff1 ufliee the "That's just tho trouble. She went ho's broken his record, but I never subject to the action of the Democratic party. For the rest of the season. Call and save money. and by special appointments asatprescribed by the A sple idid line of Ladies' Underwear and Hosin for a moment, to got a paper of heard of a fatal case." Boston Globe. !,fW.cnueUw Deputy Sheriff O. P. New. iery kept constantly on hand. land will bein Crab Orchard every Saturday. I A. GIVENS pins, or some such inexpensive purManuscript That la Never Krjected. or my deputy will be in my office at all times and MISS 1.1CCIK 1IKA7.1.EY, chase. 5?ov it's going to rain for an Stanford, Kv. y at Itustonville.U aynnhurg and other points as ofla a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub"This literary business," said ten as advertised by Shcriir a official notices. The hour or two, and she'll stay thero till to his son, "is a very nice thing, ject to the action of the Democratic party. new form of Sheriff's bookkeeping has rendered it's over." itlmposslble lot us to canvass for taxes this year, all and I am willing to encourago DR. W. B. as we have heretofore done; so all taxes will be "Well, what of it?" I can to help you In that direction. As collected strictly in conformance to the new reve"What of it? It's easy to see you're for myself, I never wrote anything nue law Every whose tax remains unIs a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action cf not a mnrried man. Why, my dear sir, worth reading." paid after November 1st will find his prop.rtyor the democratic party. lands advertised without further notice. The Office South side Main street, in office recea she'll overhaul the entiro stock in the "Pardon me, father, if I disagree financial crisis which now exists makes It abtacatcd by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. store, and goodness only knows what with you," said the son, "for I have solutely necessary that I collect every dollar of G. the 1893 taxes, as I can not expect that help from she won't buy. Great Scott, man, this you to write some very clever the Hanks which has heretofore caused me to be rainstorm will cost me fifty dollurs at known a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of Is lenient with the lax payers. Please profit br this things." COAL if- -. ... ff..l.u the Democracy, tho very least." and settle at once. "Where?" J.N.MU.VtrKK.8. L. C. And Harkins went on, leaving SnoopOf Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity: "In your check book." Texas Sittier wringing his hands. William ng's. M. Having; made arrangements arith the Kast Ten Henry Siviter, in Harper's Bazar. Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action ntsao Jellii Coal Co.. I am now prepared to sen Kurope'a Superiority. THE P. 0. MILLINERY. you Jclllt Coal at the lowest possible mar IN NKW YOltK CITV. Watts This talk of American supe- of the democracy, gin. I Mid that by paling casn and selling tor cath I can sell much cheaper, so come and sen me riority makes mo tired. Why, only and see how little money will buy your Winter Call at the room and see the last week a shipload of eight hundred supply ot this Coal, the best on the market Thanking paupers came over hero from Europe, Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action continuance you fur past favors and soliciting a of same, I am respectfully yours, and and still they call this a great country. of the Democratic party, S. D.ADAMS. Rowland. 40.3m Stock Potts What on earth has that to do An Unhappy Man. dry-goo- JAMES Tor Sal. CARPENTER, Oran-vlll- o P. HUFFMAN in-tid- TO THI LADIES. 1 TO All m court-hou- se J. Hard-mone- u DINK FARMER PENNY Dentist. tax-pay- W. DEBORD TO BURNERS F. ELKIN, JNO. BRIGHT post-offic- e Largost o Best Selected MRS. P. T. COURTS. with it? Watts Well, you don't ever hear of our American paupers being able to take a trip to Europe, do you? Indianapolis Journal. A Humiliating Discovery. E. D.KENNEDY, ......STANFORD., Of Millinery In town. bound to please you. The goods and prices are to the office of AsIs a candidate for sessor, of Lincoln County, subject to iction of the democratic party. UVm, FSED Am S&LS STASLE, ff" Jibsolately mwamz a , . em "Well" ho exclaimed as he inspected tho electric light at the hotel, "this beats everything! An' it comes pooty nigh bein' an insult." "What do you mean?" asked his wife. W.I. DAWSON, of At John Monefec's n w brick on Depot slirrt, b Is a candidate for jailer, subjectjto the action the ditnocracy. J. W. RAMSEY, Pro'r., b. glad to accommodate all with good rigs at reasonable rates. My'lluslwill aS meet all K. C. trains. Who will at all times J. T. FARRA, NtCHOLASVILLE, Jessamine County, Ky., JOHN BAILEY, Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the old Jefleraonlan democracy. ML ESTATE Room . 11MCE iOENT, SPLENDID KAUM Pure rr porter get along with the Is a candidate lor jailer, subject to the action ot detail? W. W. HAYS, Manford, Ky, that 47.tf the dcmociacy City Editor She got the name of tho loqjwall St., New York. Jones (tho corporation barber) This Bhip wrong, and most of her figuresn STOLEN, PETER HAMPTON, A HORSE ACT A. S. PRICE, were in doubt; but sho wrote a isn't Croker's. description of the gown worn Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action ot SURGEON DENTIST. Patient I thought it was it's got bj the girl who broko tho lxHtlo of the democracy. Judge. new such an awful pull. Office over McRoberts Drug Store lnthe SIS REWARD. champagne, and I used her story to Building. Owsley head the fashion page. Puck. The Dear, Simple Man. SAM M. OWENS, Stanford. On the night ot August 11. 184), a Horse, They were seated on tho hotel piazza county, and Harness were stolen Irom my stable In Is a candidate for Sheriff of Llncolu nroary. Nothing Klse Appropriate. together, and, to tell tho truth, she Stanford, Ky. The Horse is a Cbosut Sorrel, t the action of the democratic t "What shall wo name him, Hiram?" . about ten years old, white in face, about IJS hands found him very dull. Suddenly sho hlvh. white feel, bad wind puff on right hind leg. said tho wife and mother. was seized with an idea. NEWLAND, rather thin In order The lluckboaril has sideT. D. husThe poor, honest, bar springs, red running gear with black body "How far off is that mountain, Mr. t band and father looked at his four- Is a candidate for Sheriff or Lincoln courty. The hutch collar harness nearly new George?" AVENUE, will give ls reward lor recovery of the propLOGAN to the action of the democratic primary. teenth cherub, blinking helplessly in KI.KIN, "Two miles." MP SUnford, Ky. erly. sighed. cradle, 51 Kentucky, ( "You couldn't walk thero and back its"I think,and Jane," he.said, "we'll Stanford, Mary T. HATCHER in two hours." Always'selUt goods lower than anyone else in "Couldn't I? Well, I guess I could. call him Dennis." Chicago Tribune. 1, a Candidate f.r Jailer of Lincoln county and New stock of Fruits every Friday. 4own any asks his friends not to commit themselves to I can do it in an hour. The Safe 1'lau. one else, as he Is forced to stay at home and work. "Really? Well, I don't believe It. ol the Tra ruling Man A chop and a cup of His candidacy is subject to the action HORSE AND BUGGY STOLEN. party. I'll bet you a box of candy that you coffee, quick. My train leaves in twencan't start now and be back in an ty minutes. On the night of July , 'uj, a IIAY HORSl' of llsiley and 1 will open on January 16th, 189J. a hour." Harper's Uazar. from the cents, Waiter Yes, sah; seventy-fivDairy, Irom which I can supply any quantity ot DeNARDI, wasa stolenbay, almoststableJ n,S.James 16P,hands horse Iloclrr. The hltihcd to the buggy of JOHN B. btanlord and How sah. high, Jersey milk to the people of bro about is dark Tim Surveyor In I'ortry. though eye is land at the iollowing prices, delivered: "Do j'ou want pay in advance?" Carriage Painter and Trimmer, right scratchesoutand hair ishanllv perceptible, has ."Do you mean to say that you arc off in. hind foot, under had so cents "Yes, sah. You raav 1ms gone before .Fresh Milk, per gallon fetlocks; he is a or 7 yparsold;in dnnking he going to charge mo all that just for do10 cents Skimmed Milk, por gallon laps water like a dog. The running gear of the All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and it's cooked, sah." N. Y. Weeklv. ing a littlo surveying?" style Plain and ornamental p buggy is painted smoke tolur, with with black 8 cents In Butter Mllle, per gallons Signs Satisfaction guaranteed In both workman-shi"Yes, sir." or trimmings, all ofllcscept the singlem. ttnp-Buclclln'a Arnica Salvo. trips dally. The patronage of the main street. Iwill make two Shop and price tree, whkh is black, the bed and top arc black and "Wouldn't you take the land Instead The best salve In the world lor cuts, bruises Daugherty's blacksmithonshop, Stanford. oyer.W Ky , Is solicited. A G.A.FBYION. .public there Is a place about two inthcs tijuare cut out of SUnford, ky of the money?" sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap,nr-- i jr. the dash on the inside The hind asle tree near ped hands, chilblains, cores and all skin erup left hind wheel has bein welded and the palatal "Possibly." tions and positively cures piUs,orno pay requirthat point on the woud Is schorched and entirely THE OLD "Well, I guess ye'll have to. This is ed. It is guaranteed to ivv perfect satisfaction burned off the iron; the left hind wheel has two tSIoticeltothe Traveling Public. cracked spokes. The saddle of the hsrnriS has time I ever really appreciated or money refunded Price as cents per bos. the first ....l have had vnr sale by A. R. Penny. Stanford, Ky. gun mountings; the hip strap has been mencrd that poetry about 'I am monarch of all where It joins the breeching Th. $100 for I survey.' " Washington Star. The following reward Is offered, Thing to Koepat Hand. A Good WARNACK.Pror. SAM ago return of buggy and horse aud louvtctton ol thiel; From the Toy. Kas . Chief Some years cholRowland repainted and nicely furnished and Accordingly-Gues- t Charging $? At wc wire very much subject to severe spells of one of the best - - KENTUCKY. or Ss for return of hotsethief. for return of buggy, AH of thrc prop or Jjo for conviction of oitve in connection with Hotel and night; a night (in Arizona restaurant) era morbus; and nowwnen v.e feel any symptoms London, day In the State,- open sitions will bo left open for lour months from , uly ailment, such as sickness that usually precred that trains. In connection with House How's this? Twenty-fiv- e sBot, at whiih time lie reward will be withman meets all cents for that stomach, diarrhoes, etc . wc become scary. wells in the Refitted and refurnished and in every wayKates drawn? JAMES V HAILI.Y, have also one of the best Mineral on Mr. and Hati dish? It's marked ten cents on the at the Wc have found Chamberlain's Coin, Cholera and to attend the wants of the public nd for reference to water, calland Mrs. FloydMrs J S HOCKER. straighten Diarrhoea Remedy the very thing to 5 f"n Louisville, Mr reasonable very Manferd, Ky. bill of fare. G. W. Patrick. ja one out in . such ca, and.ways kerp it about "Erin, T!enn.. A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr.. Waiter Yes, sir. That's for toinay-toe- ... e are nui wiumn .1.1. r.. - nn i Milmonu . nut !.. what is a good: thing to " C. H. Hraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W ' Jcamhfon, You asked for tomahtoes. When to let our readers know Rowland. Mr. ami Mrs. K.H. Johnson. POSTED. in the house. ror me uj hive Cox. Greensburg. Rates Jj per 3'ou want style an' luxury nt this New Haven, Druggist, Stanford. M' This notlco forewarns hunters, iisheriuec and you paj fur it. See? Chica&.' othsrs not to trespass on our lands without per .i. u.l.ni. r.f childhood that stand go Tribune. mission, as all suvh will be proscctitcd to the full to the bold relief, as our memory jevert Higest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government rood Keport. der. A cream of tarter baking pow- "See here. They've covered the gas up with glass so's a feller couldn't blow It out if he wanted to." Wash ington Star. Her "Long Suit." Editor How did tho young lady ship-launchi- JOHN B. MERSHON Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the Democracy. For Sale Cheap Privately. I will sell privately j, Farmers Exchange Hank. My Splendid Farm of 150 Acres, miles South of Stanford. This farm Is in a high, state of cultivation and has plenty of the best ol water All in grais but 40 acies. Has tho very best of improveint.ts. Stock, Grain, Market and Tobac co Farms in tho Blue-Gras- s AW ays for sale. Also Timber Lands ill the mountains for sale. Correspondence solicited. SKim re- royal:bakinqipowder CO., Don't you think Mr. object if ho finds out you've used his razor? Tatient W. W. HAYS, Stuated Cro-herw- ill J. H. BAUGHMAN, FIRE AND STORM half-colum- tHlRb EMM INSURANCE AGENT .Representing., lluck-boa- rd sub-je- D. POWELL, CSlTERAIi STOBI, hard-workin- g Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Kng.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. icies promptly issued. Will Insure against toraa. does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning claus sisttichrd without additional charge Office at First National Dank, Stanford. Alt of which are first-cla- ss Companies. I weule b pleased towaito omy friendsin this linn. Pol. sub-jec- 1 J. $100 EEWAES. Dem-ocrat- THE 60FFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., First-Cla- st e JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated and rsfurnished, Is now la my charge aed I intend to conduct it so aa to not only maintain its high reputation, but 10 add to its long list ol friends. Special accommoda Uons lot lommercia trawlers and fine rooms fur th.dlsploy of samples. .'AIFirst-ClaH- S first-clas- s s Sb.eltoa - Hoiis, JAOKSOIT SOUSE, 11 pre-psr- Saloon POOLROOMS attached JOSEPH COFFEY. Asd UlLLIARDand J.7-- to-w- ir -- Falls Branch Jellico Goal Co., Miners and shippers of the GENUINK -- s. ,. rt Original Jellico Coal. Try it. We are the sole agents tor Stanford Jand Kowland. Office corner ot Depot street and railroad crossing. 4 HIOCINS A WATTS. - k" ''twR'prop. RILEY - -.- - eat-in'-hou- se MILLINERY THE HOUSE A Wry Thorough Course. F. B. RILEY.Proprletor. - 1 mt am better "- accommodate the publ c. deood Livery attached and every convenience sired. Give me a RILEY. .- I nave raoveu 10 mjr London,. Kentucky. Htl TKAtiK .n'reparedthaneverto call.i J.H.HILTON ROWLAND, KY. JQEALER IH CROCERIES, HARDWARE, Visitor Is your son taking a very thorough course in college? Fond Mother Indeed he is. Tho poor fellow is really too conscientious. in the freshman This is his fourth class and they tell me there is a great deal there that he can learn yet. Detroit I'ree Press. Wnrruntrcl Knit. plexion Miss Wood by has!" "Yes; and it's ulways just the same." "What a lovely pink-and-whit- e com- out in est esteutof the law. Signed n days when we were young, nuio-i-- .l have returned from the cities with a nice line M. LACKflWirZ. severe sickness '1 he young mother c( Millinery which I will sell for a small proht. T I). NEWI.AND. vividly temembers that it was Chamberlains Goods leftover, as fresh as this seasons goods, V. H. HAYS. ,,. 1.. i...r .i rronn. and 111 turn from last season, I will sell at G C LYON. administer, it to her own offspring and Mcltob-en-y KUEDIIAlMANN. It. For ssle by results with the R L. WHITE. COST FOR THE CASH ONLY, Druggists, Stanford, Kv. MRS M A. MARTIN. J L. 1IKCK. stock of side or chest try The reason I do this Is to reduce my T C HALL For a lame back or pain in the goods o I will baole to sell out my business at Chamberlain's Pim.K HALMliR. saturating a piece of - tlaunel with affected narls the first opportunity. .7 . nanu anu uniuiM .. .nm fhe . j ....- ..w...- - rain the ladies to call and examine I Th,. .rMtmeiit w III cure any ordinary . case in one my cordially I invitesadclt a share of their tjron-air- e goods. also cum ,, r two d.ys. l'... alm al.o cures MRS. I M. IIKLI.K, btanlord, Ky. " 50c homes ior saic uj gist, Dtanioru. ,.......-nemtha- .TO The People of Stanford AND LINCOLN COUNTY. Thanklnc vou lor von! liberal ritronare fur le tasc seaxin, I respeltully rtursl us continuance during the coming seasou. Indeed I expect all to use me lt s, .- ,, Guarantood Cure. We w. it at Hasmovediuto his new store and the junction of pikes ''Cut-of- f Orchard the Stanford m Crabnow letter than ever prepared Rowland and Is both please the trade in "Indeed?" "Yes; why, I saw her faint once, and it didn't change even then." BrookNo More Waste. STOCK OF1.' GOOUrf, IUIC1CS, lyn Life. Etc. He has recently added greatly to his stock bad .and having no rent to pay and no loss bybody, debts tall tie can toll you goods cheaper than any iTiyr prices befrre buying .and get his Krank My patent combustor saves fifty per cent, of tho A. fuel-savin- g coal. two on my use any coal our advertised druggist bi sell you for Consumption, Dr. King's New Discovery aiii ilinn . ... : If VDU .1... or any Lung, Mc. KINNEY, KY are ifflicted with a Cough, Co d use this remedy 1 hroat or Cbeit Trouble andwill giving it a fair trial and according to directions, I have bought above mentioned; Hotel at eVpennceno benefit, you mav return the bottle and hate attached a coiddnot and have your money refunded Ve Dr Kings make this offer If we did not know that Pool Room. First-Cla- sa rencu New D scoverycouiu s at disappoint, "Trial bottles free $1. A. R Penny the Hotel and Have repaired and drugstore. Large siejoc and am better than ever aiithone Commercial Hotel, I'or thw reasons : First, It is made by a home Institution. Second, the Ice is absolutely and chemically pure, being made flora spring water, The finest fruit belt of New Mexico. No fall which is first distilled and then carefully Altered ure in crops under irrigation if properly attended before beilig frntcti. 1 bird, Artificial Ic. will last lo. All fruits grown in California can be grown much lunger llun pond Ice. Fourth, an epidemic t oranges and lemons. of cholera is looked lor during the year aud nothIn New MenUo, Land from $ toSio per acre 011 10 ) cars' time, at ing is so apt to produce or spread ibis disease as 6 per cent. Call on or address, Impure water or Ice. Kifth.it will be R C. MORGAN, D D S., Stanford. Ky. nsi-ep- Tht Feoos Valloy. MANUFACTURED ICE, e ..""' Bar and MAGNETIC OIL.! Curv KIUM'MATISM, NKl'ltA- l(II A. Ijiiuu U.K'S, Hprauis. lirutM;, A. "sV- - Hwxlltius. Htllf JnlUts. CUI.IOund s!TS,''WJ!sW'ltAMl,H lU'Uintljr. Cholera Croup.Diptberlu, bore Throat, IMkXiilBhIIEADAallh, t it by luagfc. THE HORSE BRAND, the raoHt Powerful nnilfViielrnlliigMiiltnent for Mm. or Deiift In oxMcnce. Ijirge (1 lzo I.V., Vic eUe t'K. JOHNSON'S Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l t your Doors Kvcry morning at the following l'rices: 100 pounds or over 40c For jo pounds to 100 45c For 10 to jo pounds.- 50c No less than 10 poundsidcllvered. 10 K. .89 COME to SEE ME. Having purchased the Manufacturer boiler-furnac- All right, e at all. .Judge. sir. Put and I won't A Leader. An Unpleaoant Wnril. Grocery : Business Of J. W. Rarosev, lam Increasing thestockas st an possible ami will oon have it Complete in Every Particular. Call at my store on Lancaiter street and I will tneke it to your interest to trade with me Young Wife How nice it would bo if life were a perpetual honeymoon ; sick rieaaacnc, the system. w Jjatwfactlou drive Malaria from nothing but billing and cooing! be with each bottle or the money willSoM reI.y Young Husband H'mt I think I funded. Price only 50 cents per bottle, A. R. Penny, Druggist could get along with just the cooing. Since Its first introduction. Klectric Hitters has M now gained rapidly in popular favor until tonUs It id clearly in tho lead among pure medical permits a Its nothiiig which ing alteratives-containas a bevorage or intosicaiit; it Is recojiiued as ......... niixtirlnn for all ailments ot .l . .. It will cure the Stomach, Liver and Kidneys Prepared to Accommodate the Public. I Internal and External. Instant Killer ol Pain. For per hundred. per hundred. per hundred. I1RKMF.U. m 1 iiu..., iHpectalattentiou'.to Commercial Men. I. W GREEN. Proprietor. JOE CARSON, Manager. X?llyJSXll! -- ITow Millinery. guar-antre- d Truth. Ills Kiperlenre. She Do come to liar Harbor, Cousin Tom. I know a nice girl with lots of money. Cousin Tom (dejectedly but firmly) You don't. Nico girls never have a a cent. Life. Settled Out of Court. She How was tho fellow punished who kissed Miss Howard on tho street, and then pleaded that sho was his wife's double? Ho Miss Howard hired a detective to find his wife and tell her. Truth. A tVell-l'ouiKli- BANK STANFOBD, -:- THE JEWELER - My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has Just re Medicated and Toilet. The Orent 8kln Curo and Irom the Faoa Boiiutifle.. Lndlee lil flnl It o ruot turned embracingcities with an elegant lino of mil 8. .a on delicate- aud highly perfumed ToiletMiiktsp the lioery, tho market. It la ubsolutely pure. kin soft and velvety and rekfnros tho lo't comALL OF THE NOVELTIES plexion! U a luxury for the Quth for Infants. JOHNSON S ORIENTAL SOAP. the ecalp and promotes It alajrs Itching, tho growth of hair. I'rlcoSSc. For sale by clnf. Of the suasnn, of which she will have lull control. She also engaged a Firt-Olas- W.C. HUTCHINCS. fjohn B. Cattleman. A. G. Lanham gave her CastorK When Baby wan tick, When Rho was a Child, she cried for Custoria. When sho became Miss, she clung to Castnriv When she had Children, she gr vo tlietn Castorla. We A. R. PENNY, Stanford. s Dress-Make- r. Stock Most Complete Call and examine my stock of Millinery beloro buying and leave your order for your dresses. Thinking you far past favors we solicit same. ROYAL Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. r Straight From The East. A Sultan ol Turkey once said, X he groaned at the pain In Ms head, I am sick of this Ufe, And I wish very much I were dead. Hut his wile, who was wise, answered, "Fie" If you will Pierce's Tcllets but try, You'Jl b well tn a week And then you will speak as high.' Of these Pellets with praise just Dr. Pierce' Pellets cost only a5 cer-t- and they which are guaranteed to cure all tie troubles bilious and spnngfrcm constipation, indigestion,UOublrs. why of these attacks. If you have any don't you follow the example or the bultan of s ,vm (vLal :rY m J MAHV DAVIS DUDDERAR. JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEAGER. YEAGER & YEAGER. "On, my favorite wife, Claim. SiJulV;jftliiaW; Mil -- FfiAHD SUE STANFORD, B.Y. STM Opera B ARBEE & CASTLEM Afl MANAGERS,; Commerce Building, Agents throughuut Louisville South. thl Ada Why does Clara speak of George as "her intended?" Are they enguged? Alice No; but sho intends that they shall bo. Brooklyn Life. A Sectional Peculiarity. Professor Mr. Curamings, what is tho normal temperature of tho body? Turkey. WK OIlVERrWH'- - We are In our new stable in the Block and are well supplied wlh Houit W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Ajiat, .STANFORD, KY. where except Judge. Student Ninety-eigh- t la degrees everyMassachusetts. k for an mcurable case of Nasal $500 Reward of Dr. Catarrh offered by the manufacturers druggists. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, jo cents; by 9 NEW RIGS AND HORSES ATRock Bottom Prices. Prompt Havjben purchaied and nottlng.'but personal attention given to repair Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, urniuts will leave thj stable. work. One call will convince you There are three ol the best Barbers in the Stale Give them a Call. There are also excellent lUth Rcom run in conthat this is the place to trade. nection. Agent ior Lexington Steam Laundry. first-cla- ss UkMik ; Jt. jf trftffTfll,irffl 4aJw&fci',.t V yjZXSl'V'.TX A-,.- ..;.- it ,. eljftfeAJ k i . A . r-- r i K " .N I iY. i N.